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MONDAY, JULY 3, 1905.
National America Woman Suffrage
association, Portland, June 29, July 5.
American Medical association, Tort
land, July 11-14.
District Fair at Roseburg, September reform.
THE CHARLATAN IN REFORM
garbage box. But he would be a
common slanderer who said that his
neighbor's garden was all weeds and
a commn cad who talked only of his
neighbor's garbage box.
"What we fear most in this orgy
of confession is that we shall be so
disgusted with the babel of the char
latans that we shall cease to listen to
the voice of the prophet. In the
present situation that man and that
publication can do most for the fu
ture which in addition to appeals to
the public conscience will also co-operate
with the great constructive
forces born of national life. Denun
ciations is not constructive. Honesty
may not be as picturesque as rascality,
but it is more common and better
worth studying. Class, politicial and
personal prejudice not conscientious
ness, and scandal-mone-erinr is nor.
The future lies not with the
grafter, but with the slowly rising
tide of public conscience. Yon cannot
sweep that back."
BIG PARTY OFF FOR
There is an old adage as true today
as a hundred years ago "All that
glitters is not gold" and it will;
aptly apply to some of the men who
are passing as "reformers" before
the people of this country. Just now
there is a sort of spasmodic wave of
reform passing over the country and
to one familiar with the history of
politics and politicians it is rather
amusing to listen to the vociferous
hallowing of men who have made a
trade of politics for 40 years and
grown fat on the very practices they
are so energetic in denouncing. The
most rabid critic of "machine politics'
is usually a deposed
machine. The World in its May
number says some good things on the
subject that we heartily indorse and
commend to our readers for thought
We are just now engaged in venti
lating the faults of our neighbors.
There are a good many men who ap
parently think irtue consists in re
buking other people's sins. They are
keen to testify before an investigat
ing committee, even though they wax
indignant when the committee's work
PASSING OF A GREAT MAN.
In the death of John Hay, Ameri
ca loses one of the greatest states
men of all the ages. For seven years
he dominated the diplomacy of the
nation and in those years America
has grown from an isolated republic
to a great world power. His influ
ence was always exerted for good.
While caring for the interests of
America, he was vigilant for the cause
of humanity. His voice spoke for
the oppressed in Roumania as it did
for the outraged American in Moroc
co. He gave to the world a new di-
boss of the Plomac.v f unerring integrity.
Hay was guided by a simple stand
ard. When asked by a friend for
the key to his profound statesman
ship, he replied: "I ask only for what
is right, and then insist upon getting
John Hay has ltft an indelible mark
Wellington. June 90. Secretary l'aft
and party left this afternoon Ht 5 JO on
tlitir way to San Francisco, enroute for
a tour of inspection. They will make
the journey by the Baltimore 4 Ohio,
Union Pacific and Southern Pacific,
reaching San Francisco on the evening
of July 4th. They will sail on the
steamer Manchuria, stopping two days
at Hawaii, three days in Japan and a
month in the Philippines. They ex
pect to reach Manila on August sixth.
Miss Alice Roosevelt accompanied the
party with her friends, Misses Mabel
Broadman, Amy McMillan, and Ellen
Patten. Senators Scorr, Newlands,
Foster, Long, Patterson, Warren and
Dubois and Representative! Cirosveuor,
Payne, Bearmond, tongworth. Fobs and
Cooper, with their wives, will join the
junket. With the exception of trans
portation the members of the party will
pay their own expenses.
IN MITCHELLS TRIAL
OREGON TIRES OF IT EARLY.
The Milwaukee Daily Sentinel of
Oregon is one of the "progressive"
states of the west. It is one of the
states where reformers can sit out
under the stars and plan great
achievements. Thev can climb the
mountain side or walk through the
fertile valleys dreaming dreams and
seeing visions oi a punned state a
state purified by statute law made
and enacted for that purpose. Then
they can go to breakfast before sit
ing down to draft the bill that is to
bring about the political regenera
tion foretold in their dreams and vi
sions. It was in this way that Oregon ear
ly provided for "downing the political
primary election law. The law is now
in operation. It was tried in Fort-
(coiitinued fn.in first page)
1 " " rder to run and lei' thinus
to the secret service torn. When one is
put upon the stand he has to tell the
truth, but he does not have to go to dis
trict attorneys in order to tell them
things. Rolert8on said Mitchell had
trouble enough without telling him that
he was interviewed by a secret perviee
man in Washington. Yes, the old man
had trouble enouuli. but how it would
have cheered the old man's heart to
have learned that one friend was faith
ful to him still."
Thurston's Brilliant Argument
Portland, June :t0 Ex-Senator John
M. Thurston began his argument in the
defense of Senator Mitchell in the Unit
ed States Court today. He contended
that be has come Mm miles to assist in
the defense of the Senator because he
had seen the old statesman in compara
tive poverty at Washington af:er 24
years' service in the Tinted Stale Sen
ate, while his colleagues lived in luxury :
Senator Mitchell dwelt in humble lodg
ings, while other Senators lived like
kings in palaces, and he knew in his
heart of hearts that a Senator who, alter
24 years in the Senate, lived as Senator
Mitchell had lived, was an honest man
He contended that the prosecution was
waged that the District Attorney might
add laurels to his brow.
When ex-Senator John M . Tbarstoo,
after a trip of investigation to Cuba,
made that famous oration U-itinning, "1
am here by the command of sileiit lip
to speak once and for all upon ti e Co
ban .) lies t ion," the whole country beard
it and it was deemed his greatest effort ;
but great as that oration was, perhaps
those words which he spoke today In Hie
behalf of an old and unfortunate Senator
were as eloquent and as stroug us his
plea for an enslaved and suffering peo
ple No more were the Cubans, nisera
ble as they were, in dire need of the
fine and imprisonment, hut this ig little
compared with the punishment under
the statute which it impossible to have
that riiflit of the citizen to ever again
hold public oflice.
Road District Contract.
Looking tilass, Or., June 27, 05.
Notice is hereby given that there will
be a road job let by the rood supervisor
of Hist. No. 12, commencing on the
Coos Bay wagon road, thence west as
far as the money (about $800) will go.
To be good iron rock ; on each side
there thai be placed large rock about
12 inches square and the balance between
-mailmen; t fie whole width of iron
rock shall lx 11 feet wide and 12 inches
thick; on the center of the iron rock
shall be placed decomposed rock, S feet
wide and ti inches thick. Ditch There
shall be aboat four furrows plowed on
the hillside of road lied, the dirt to la
banked against the rock, forming a
ditch about 4 feet wide and s inches
deeper than it ig now. Two culverts
put in where needed and 10 feet wide on
top, plank furnished on the ground by
road district; one culvert to be raised
about 12 inches; to be completed on or
before the 15th day of Sept., 1SHJ5.
Sealed bids received by K. C. Arnold
by the rod) till 6U day of July 1905
Bonds will be required ami the right to
reject any or all bids reserved.
j28p Boraarieoe Road Diet. No 12.
You save money by purchasing your goods
of us are that
ist. We buy our goods for cash only. 4
and We buy goods in carload lots and therefore get them
the lowest discounts.
3rd. We do
our own work, thus reducing our runnino- ex.
penses to a minimun.
4th. We do not
5th. The rapid
act that we have gained
swell prices with bad accounts.
progress our business is making is due to
confidence of the buying public.
ONCE A PURCHASER, THEREAFTER A RECULAR CUSTOMER
WE BUY, SELL AND EXCHANGE
Eugene, June 29 A very pretty wed
ding was solemnized at the hone of
Mon. 1. H. Bingham last night at 9
o'clock, when the charming and accom
plished daughter of Mr and Mrs. Bing
ham, Mit Maude Francis, was married
to David Urigg-, of t'ottage (irove, by
Kev. I). E. Loveridge, of St. Mary's
ROSEBURG FURNITURE CO.
THE NEW STORE
IN THE MARSTERS BLOCK JACKSON AND CASS STREETS
The Congregational t'adet Corns of
Eureka, California, who are marching a
disUuce of 42 miles from Eureka to
Ik a a . .
i oruaud to attend the I.MWi and (. lark
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mtiiAto.1 ... vvJf in i. ... ' " i ion
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uu ui wouuLrjr s History, r rom tne
succor of this gifted orator, than is the
by the enactment of a direct I dietre89wl Jl)U" ,l Mitchell today, be-
fore the liar of justice in the ,'uited
! State Court. Love, honor and respect
for tl e ui-ens.-l tfTM,k Ihw mh tl...
land recently and for some reason not ! mouth of ex-Senator Thurston lor the
I yet explained it does not work out in friend and colleague of hie Senatorial
practical life as it did in the dreams J-v- uow u"Jer grim accusation.
The oiator apealel to the ju-y not
only in behalf of the aged Seoatcr him-
land or Boat" arrived in this city Satur
day afternoon at 2 o'clock after an !
mile march from Myrtle Creek the dis.
Unce being covered in hours or in5't
half hours actual marchingtime. 1 hey
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i,U.-ua . , z . .- uwro auu reei ten mn.uies
' " ll" "ite;,nJ stoppl
1 ";. i-iiuaieu in one corner
tingly decorated in cut lower, the re
eeption rooms I eing in white and pink
respectively, and the hall in red. The
bridal party, led by the little Mower girl,
tiracie Bingham, took their appointed
extends to corporations in which thev 'e nat'on
He will be best remembered
his policy toward China, his insistence
timp irKion oa o km .a. fc
n- , . . I, " I of the reformers. Portland is a re-
Washmgtonto become the private ;nnKI- -. ,,. ,
, r..j . . . i publican city: the repub ican caidi-
secretary of President Lincoln more , . ,
.. . x, date for mayor who was nominated
than forty years ago, to the present f u. - i , ,
i n , ... , . " at the primaries was defeated by re-
r . ouau, pnbiican3 at
hold stock. As matters look now it
seems as if reform was in danger of
being overworked. Evervbodv seems
to be eager to improve somebodv's ent,t of the empire.
morals. Reformers range from those
who are devoting their entire time to adjustment of the Alaskan boon dan-
accomplishing a specific end to would- question, and negotiated with Panama
be reformers looking for a job. In , m Colombia for the canal,
point of honesty they range from ' 11 was 331116 stern honesty, un
martyrs to charlatans. clouded wisdom and sweetness of na-
Just now the charlatan reformer is tnre tnat educated him to the lead-
the polls; partv lines
I were obliterated both at the primary
for --i . ...
cici iieu ouu iue eiecwon proper; ana
tftara von oa
upon the open door and the political ! T ' ,
iu auoiuer coiumn on mis page
I nil Tallin. $ an .iL'f ..,'.,1 . 0
Ua 1 W a- i, truiiuiitti cm iron..
- rZ.. .. . the Roseburg, (Ore.) Plamdealer
too considerably in evidence. We
are in an era of confession. Boodlers
confess to escape punishment. Ras
cals confess because they haven't any
conscience. Gentlemen with active ' Prond to call him friend and no
imagination confess in the interest of i nas 06611 known to speak ill of
ers of the republic from Lincoln to
Roosevelt. He associated with the
flower of America's manhood.
Garfield, McKinley and Greely were
their income. It is the charlatan's i Wnile 111 the realm of states
golden age. A man's penitence has i crat that Hay gained his highest
come to be his largest financial asset. ! reputation, he was a poet and writer
There never was a time when reputa-! of merit His "Castilian Days," "PiKe
County Ballands" and "Life of Lin
coln" will be read as long as the na
self, who, he said, was already in the
valley of the shadow, and whose feet
would be able to totter "'but a little ay
farther ere they reached the river,' but
in heha.f of his children and his grand
children. He urged the jury to leave to
an old man the reepevt of his offspring
and the right to have inscribed upon the
slab, that Shell cover his last resting
place, the poor tribute that belongs to
an honest man. Ex Senator Thurston
asked that the new horn babe, son of
Senator Mitchell's daughter, the lvuches
de la Rochefoucauld
, of bis family, learn
The Seaker said ha had come 3000
miles to the defense of Senator Mitchell.
I because during bis association wi;h him
in Aashiiigton, is a (ell . Senator, he
! I ad learned to iove and honor hii.i. He
t at the feet of Senator
Mitchel ai.d learned statesmanship.
But above ah, he had come acroes the
: continent to bis defense because while
other Senators were living in luxury at
room, hen the simple and impressive
ring ceremony of the Episcopal church
made the happy coe pie hushand and
wife. Miss Bingham was given away
by her father. The bridal party en
lerei the parlor to the sweet music of
Mendelssohn's wedding March, BS played
by Vim Neva Perkins, accompanied by
miss .Mna nicklia on the violin.
.ic .ru icri ioveiy attire t in a
dainty summer frock of white material
one hour and tbirtr
utee for dinner.
Wheu the cadets arrive.! i i Hose! urg
they seemed fresh and he. Ithy and im
mediately wtnl into camp on the vacant
lot north of the New Elk's building
where tents;were pitched in regular mili
tary company street style.
The company of boys was organized in
Eureka. California bv Rev. Frankland
The Baker of the Congregational churcn w ho
is their chaplain an 1 business manager
and who marches in
If in need of a Range, buy one our celebrate.l Toledo
Ranges. We guarantee every range sold, and if it
does tot ghe entire satisfaction, it costs you nothing.
a a . . ,. . . .
--iu eiegam line ot rurmture, carpets and
stuck all the time, also Wall Paper. Window
and in her arnn was a larav b .u iuet ,.f i th. K. -
rn since the trial
wmte hridal roses. The bridesmaid.
Miss Bessie Johnson, of Drain, was also
dressed in white and rarriej a large
bmquetof pink carnation. The gr.om
enlerel upn the arm of the best mm
Ry Griggs, of Ooaaoteek. Bennie
B'.ughim was the grousatp for the
oCv;on. After congratulations ha I
been exten fed the dining room was
thrown open and light refre-hments
wereservel by the Misses Delay Thill SB,
liertru ie Burdick. an 1 Settle Botdiefc,
who were prettily attrel in white.
Ttis ponch bowl, situated in one cor
ner of the dining room, which was
decoratel in pink, was presided over bv
Miss Larch, of Cottage (arose. The
happy couple were the recipient of
many useful and costly presents. The
tions were so butchered to make
newspaper and magazine circulation.
"It is a sorry business, this of the
charlatan in reform; fit to He classed
with that of the charlatan in mod.'-
vmc. iu uncover me sins oi ones
associates and one's self as a corr-
merciil venture and to
. i ,,
tpecuics or cure-alls is a genuine
menace to public morals. It is one
thing for the department of health to
open up a city's sewers. It would be ! istration of onIy " Per cent, of the re-
' far in America.
lesson of the Equitable scandal. The
advertise Pu'c may demaad that state or na-
tion run the insurance business. In
quite another thing if sewer openine ceiPts in England the cost is only
became a commercially lucrative fad. i T cent of receiPts in the govern
A man is not a Dronhpt her-nnao h ! ment's ordinary life insurance, but in
lays bare social evils. He may be a
common yellow journalist. It is one
thing to bare evils in the name of
God; it is quite another thing to he a
scandal-monger at so much a thousand
"We are certainly overdoing the
matter of exposing abuses. There is
much evil in today's life, but there is
more good. Most of the evils are the
penalty which we pay for the good.
To forget this is to expose ourselves
to demagogism or hysterics. You
cannot have a garden without weeds.
You can not keep house without a
the average American comDanv it is
34 per cent. Out of every dollar
paid for life insurance in this country
34 cents goes for expenses, while
government insurances in England is
run at one-fourth this expense.
America may well take a lesson in
life insurance from Germany, and
Europe. It is too sacred an institu
tion to be allowed to continue without
suitable regulation1 in the interest of
taming a quotation from the Portland
. Oregonian. Both papers appear to
be disgusted with the reform law.
Neither can see any good in it, any
advantage to the state or city from
its operations, any possible hope for
: better things to come after the law
has been given a thorough trial.
Next year Wisconsin will have a j hJ- l,e
trial of this cure-all for political ills,
j The re will be a primary election in
the spring in nearly all the munici
palities and another in the fall at W ashington dwelling in palaces and driv
which candidates for the legislature about in splendid eouipages. Senator m " P 'P"'ar young businessman
for J t ii j Michell was living in a small room.!0' lotU" 'ro.e and the bride
; -w. Viui troo, aim tea suiie uuu coun- ' I
waiting the streets, and olten refusing
! hospitality because he knew he was too '
poor to return it. Thurston said he
knew in his heart of hearts that a man
who was serving his 24th year in the
Senate and Heed like that was sn hon- '
The aged defendant was visibly af
fected. His features flushed and be had
difficulty in preventing the tears from
coursiug down his cheeks. It was a'
moment of dep pathos and the words
of the splendid crator before the court
svel.t hi au.tit.trd . .ff tl.ir f.w-t la
; until lauu, will have something doing pictu.ed the long and honorable service
It will ' Senator Mitchell, telling of his pover-
ty, his faithfulness, and insisting that in
; charging a man with crime, bis virtues
and his useful life have a right to be con
sidered, manv an eve iu the crowded
courtroom grew dim and a hush fell up
on his auditors.
The speaker argued that the prosecn-
' ty officers will be nominated. Prior
j to the general primary there will be
: a hot campaign which will cost the
T candidates for office a tidy sum of
costs too muchbv money' Follow'ng the nomination
This is the jrreat Wl11 " another campaign which '
win oe anectea more or less by the
heat engendered in the first contest.
If the experience of Oregon is signi-
Germany the government's industrial ncant. Btsud old w lsconsin, the state
insurance is run at a cost for admin-1 in wmcn P0"1" was a tame affair
"ru.e aim tne nri.le is a
charming young lady with many friends
Mr. and Mrs. tirigg? left on last night's
overland for their future home in Cot
Bean Patterson Wedding.
lod" of goods just arrived
at is h. fcykes. One car each. Wagons,
Buegies and Machinery. Get my prices
before yoo buy elsewhere. 26-5!
in political circles in 1906.
be worth watching.
See the Great Train Robbery, Corbet t
and McGovern Prire Fight, Spanish '
Rnll tr;..k. l :.i . r, ... . I
. in. cooseveit s Urand ; ti0n has not made its proofs offered con-
laaugnral P.rie. fire mile, long in 1 form to the counts of the indtctment
moving pictures also illustrated songs ; ,nd that a mass of irrelevant matter
and specialties, at the Roseburg theater, j has been dragged in for effect. He h-Id
' that the offense charged was merely
The work of the lady who presides , technical and that the Seoetor bad been
over the kitchen is greatly lessened by j singled out for slaughter because the
the use of tbe Globe Cabinet, a sample j lraggmg down of one in high place
of which is now on exhibition in the ; would add luster to the name of the
Farmer's Real K state Co.'a
Case street, Roseburg. For convenience
Attorney L K. Bean ami Mi. Kat
Patterson, .laughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.
K. Patterson, were married in Kugene,
Wednesday. June SBth, by Kev. I IV
Priver. Mr. Bean is a promising voting
lawyer, a brother of R. S. Bean of the
Supreme Court. He is trust-wot thv.
The requirements placed upon the
members of this club are that the boys
must abstain from the use of cigarettes
and liouor. he must not swear and must
attend some Sunday school within the
city of Kureka. There are boys of every
rehgous denomination in tLeir tionie
city with this company.
Capt. C. M. Emory, a vetran of tbe
Spanish American war is their com-
manding afloat and drill master. Dr.
; C K Bonstell is the chief musician, and
Kd Sidnley. a machinist, of Kureka is
chief of their company. There four
gentlemen are business men of Kureka
who have taken interest in the educa
tion of their young men and who are
oev.uiiig tneir time wo the work without
' play. The I ientenants, all boys select
ed from among their cvmrades, are with
the company are Jos. M one. Wallace
Noll and Fred Brown. Besides the of
ficers there are fifty-nine privates and
two teamsters from Kureka who are
j under pay.
j Camp roles are strict and the boys
, are not allowed to leave the camp with
To help defray expenses a very credit
able minstrel show is given ly ttie boys.
Since the boys started on their march
there his been very little si. kness
and no serious accidents For a
time thev were troubled with sore feet,
but all are in good marching ordei now.
and usually average JO miles a dav and
industrious and ol good habits, so that onc during the trip averaged 24 miles
success is well assured. Miss Patter-! in a single day. They are now on their
son is a granddaughter of the late ex-, scheduel time and with good luck and
Congressman Henderson. She has health expect to reach Portland within
boys stayed in this city
and attended evening
services at the Baptist church Thev
left this, city for akland early this
j T H E F U R N I T
S "HIT THE TIAJL TO
! KRUSE & NEWLAND S
FOR C000 C30CERIE5 J
U R E
A complete stock of
all the best brands of
staple and fancy Gro
ceries. Xe- an,i fresh
goods on which we have
removed the tariff
All kinds of early
vegetables and fruits
kept constantly on hand.
Highest market price
paid for all kinds of
KRUSE $ NEWLAND
been raised and educated in Kugene 1:! ''ays. Tht
and is talented and accomplished. She 1 over Sunday
is a succe.-sful teacher and has U-en re
cently up to this time principal of the
Patterson school, the largest school in
the city. Mr Bean is well known in
Roseburg where he held the position of
clerk in the D. S . Ijind office for some
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THE PROGRESSIVE STORE
FULLERTON & RICHARDSON
SYSTEM, ORDER AND
ARE THE GUIDING RULES OF
THE DRUG ST0RE;0F QUALITY
NEAR THE DEPOT
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an i moor saving tne article cannot be
excelled. Iu compartments hold any
thing from the finest of spice to a tack
Ortfoa't aaaral Sukc
"The honor of Oregon is at stake
Behind closed doors in a grand icrvroom
of floor and it Ukea np very little space. the noef of the state has been aseaiied
Call at the real estate office and let the ! Tho Ood we are here in the open, am
agent show yon the cabinet's advan
tages. Price within your reach. j2hj6
Nick Po lis aged 18 years, a Greek em
ployed on a Southern Pacific construc
tion gang, died on the northbound over
land train Friday night from the shock
of undergoing amputation of an arm and
leg following his being ron over by a car
near Nichols station, south of Riddle.
Pollis accidentally fell in front of the
work train, operating with ths section
crew, as tbe car was being switched on
to the sidetrack at Nichols after the
day's work was over. The wheels of one
of the cars paased over bis right arm and
right leg close to tbe sbonlder and hip,
crushing both limbs to a jelly. He was
taaen 10 maaie, where both of the
injured limbs were amputated. He was
placed ou tbe overland train to be taken
to the hospital at Portland, but exuired
a few minutes before the train reached
Roseburg. The body was taken off the
train here and buried. No inuuest
Tail Tired Pedis,
If Joa re 'n8uii. depressed, in
capable for work, it indicate ). ,..,,
! liver is out of order. Heroine will a'axiai
nature to throw off head-aches, rheu
matism and ailments akin to nervous
ness and restore the energies and vital
ity of sound and perfect health J. J
Hubbard Temple, Texas, writes. "I
have used Herbine for the past two
years. It has done me more good than
all tbe doctors. It is the best medicine
ever made for chills and fever." 60c
Sold by A. C. Marctere 4 Co.
the honor of Oregon will be sale when
thisury says that John H. Mitchell is
not guilty of the offense charged against
h m. The honor of Oregna does not de
pend upon your taking three out of four
of your representatives out of Congress
and putting them in the penitentiary.
"I regret very much that the sugges
tions has been made to you that tbe
Government of the United Slates is de
manding the conviction of this man. It
is not true. Back in the long ago, when
men were cruel and the milk of human
kindness had not yet developed in the
human breast, the Israelites assembled
their flocks and taking one animal, they
put ah the sins of Israel upon it and
scourged it into the wilderness, tarrying
the sins of Israel. But they chose
neither an old, helpless animal nor a
young ewe lamb, but a strong goat.
"Wiry Pick MitcaeliT
"Why did not the District Attorney
choose a victim in the vigor of life, anil
not select a helpless, infirm and weary
old man upon whom the sins of the whole
lot might be fixed'.' Why did be not
choose the old billy goat in those land
transactions? Why, if not that the Dis
trict Attorney might pull down one in
high place that the name of the Dis
trict Attorney might resound in the
arches of the world?
"The offense charged against this de
Lives of grafters all remind u
We may make our pile in time,
If we never leave before us
Kven so much as a dime.
Let us then be up and grafting
With outstretched, itching palms;
Fast into our pocketr w if ting
Coin, that soothing healing balm.
Picnics are it now.
Ever since the first woman shook the
first rolling pin at her husbaad woman's
clubs have been a menace to married
"Every young in irried woman should
know how to make bread," said a
writer on economics. Yes ; and every
young nan should know how to furnish
A Brooklyo judge has granted a di
vorce for two years, with privilege of re
marriage at the eud of that time. The
return coupon is a new thing for di
Ixxking backward. "Mrs John Jacob
Astor is creating a furore in the smart
world of I .n. inn by wearing gowns cut
open to the waist line in the back."
A St. Louis jury was accused by the
j idge of being influenced in its acquittal
of a woman charged with larceny by
her display of openwork hoisery. Bear
In mind that this jury wm from Mis
souri. There is a restaurant on the "Trail"
where forty-eight languages are spoken,
not counting the curious words that fret
the air when a customer gets a check for
2.25 for about twdlve cents' worth of
I in "t knock. Don't stand on the
street corners and tell the stranger with
in tbe gates that the town is no good
Trade along legitimate lines it at
present prosperous. A hopeful sign ol
the times is that the trading stamp aid
voting contest e vils are waning in popu
larity. Them r chant who offers value,
advertise judiciously and freely is tree
from ennui and adding constantly to his
bnk account. Business is business to
be sure, and this does not take into ac
count fake schemes, or lotteries of any
Mau, it appears, is never too old to
marry or run for office.
The collar question saving our
custome s a lot of annoyance fmm
LAUNDRIED dmesi aua
t , Pear of our laundering no
I comparison to the ordinary king.
GOOD for OLD and YOUNG
fendant is a sututary one merely ; it in j Give it a good word and help send along
volves no moral turpitude or badness of ' the news that it's the beat town for its
heart. The punishment is fixed at both size in the world.
Augitt Flower kreps the children hnlthr an.t
Full of vigor an, I frolic the whole itar lona .
So when Mamma nrrjj more thev'ruih off in
An.t h,ut io the druggist
Plcaae give it to
et up brir.k and fresh in
tile in.. tame, lack of amirtite iullnr
r i , i
iiunldv complexion ami
these all indicate a disonl
an.! bad digestion - in ailultsand children
too. They also indicate the urgent need
of taking Green's August Flower reiru
larly for a few davs.
Jit's a reliable old" remedy for all stomach
troubles, never fails to cure indigestion,
dyspepsia and chronic constipation, and
is a natural tonic for body and mind, w
JTwo sizes, 250 and 75c. Vai
A. C. MARSTERS DRUG CO.
COBB WANTS GASH
Kites heavy work sox j,r, 25c
Medm 1 e weight work sox 4 pre 25
- ' '"'io oa diu.
Overalls 9 o
Mens suspenders, extra heavv.
Mens usi-tiden. fancr
Mens work snirie, reg. 50c seller 40c
Mensand HoysClothirtg of all
kinds We will save you money
I. J. Norman & Co.
SIURIDA ST. NEAR DtPOJ
TIMBER CLAIMS AND HOMESTEADS LOCATED
nave some good claims, farm and
on the' sai
ranch lands for sale. -- - : I
..1 .1... . . . ---vit, ui unr
...- uiuvi neauiiini vallevs
coast, write or phone to
Wm. M. Portkr, Camas Vallen, Ore
milec a, w from Rowhurg v.a Myitis Point
Spraiaed Ankle. Stiff Neck. Ume SaeaUer.
These are three common ailments for
which Chamberlain's Pain Balm la es-
paaj. m va.uawe lt prompUy mppiM CoontvJud,
It Will Mia ron .
,..r, ,oiie dim gutter
ing when troubled with one of these ail-
ror sate oy a. C. Marsters A
will be received hv th
county court at the July ,erru Thursd.v
July th for the construction of a con
crete side walk upon Oou,rlas street the
length of the Court House block. llans
and specification aJ .k .
uir imi .'f r i h..
e. Right reeerved to reie
ny and all bids. Dated June 12, 1 K06
M. 1). Thompson