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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1905)
wito i rtieioiioal Social!
(T3sw DRESS UP FOR THE FAIR
Clothes Don't Make The Man
But thcv go a lone ways in showing taste
A well dressed man is a conservative man
look his profession.
Our Line of Fall and Winter Clothing
fs now on our counteis and
line ever shown in Roaebdrg.
are remarkably low.
it is the
Will tiivl here many articles that will appeal to their keen setice
of testae as R e 7 I BHRGKINS
' THE STORE OF EXCELLENCE"
ABRRHHM, PROP. - - ROSEBURC.
! . . . 3 3 4 u i Tf " is
unnons book and i ?vt oere ana i nere
School Commences this
I We are headquarters for
Of all Kinds'
and respectfully solicit
'your valued patronage
Cannons Book and
For Sale Cheap
A good, gentle family horse; weinht
1200 lbs. Or will exchange for wood
and wheat. Inquire of Mark C. Mun
eon, Kdenbower, or aidress box
Roseburg. Or. Phone WO. tf
Coos Cay Option
I hold an op'.ion for 30 dave more on
valuable Coos Bay peninsula property
t 1100 per acre. Adjoining acerage ha
sold for $125 per acre. Can't handle al
under the option t'me snd wish sorm
one to take of 40 acres tract. Partic
ulars address R. E. M., 110 Wash., St.
They Appeal to Our Sympathies
The bilious and dyspepic are constant
sufferers and appeal to onr sympathies
There is not one of them, however, who
may not be brought bark to health and
happiness by the use of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. These tab
let invigorate the stomach and liver
and strengthen the digestion. They also
regulate the bowels. For sale by A. C.
Marsters A Co.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Aids
j Call and see us.
Kead our advertisements.
Patronize our advertisers.
We do up-to-date job work.
P. J. Jo'inson, dentist, Grave's build
If you are not already a reader, you
j are invited to subscribe.
Kef i our advertisements and profit by
ltronizing the advertisers.
New plaid and checked mohair suitings
Ml received at Josephs on's.
For Sale 15 bead of Angora goats
John Ierner. Wardton, Oregon.
Furnished rooms for rent at $3 per
month. Apply to t2ti Rose street. slOp
Keroember the Plaindealer when you
ueed stationery tiood work and right
Lunch at Jennings' Bkery. 74tf
Hot coffee and sandwiches at Jeniiingi
Bakery. 74 tf
If you want cold ham or delicacies,
-all at Jennings' Bakery. 74tf
"Take -ytmr Osteopathic treatment
regular Iv for postive remits.
Many nt'w subscribers are le:ng; added
to the Plaindealer list every day.
Osteopathy will carry you through
safely. See Or. Stndley for examination.
Osteopathy makes many operation
unnecessary. It readily removes tu
mors, go:ters etc.
The mre you know about Osteopathy
the letter you like it. Investigation
leads to adoption.
If you have a house to rent, place a
little "ad" in the Plaindealer. It wiil
:riug you a customer.
Interest in the district fair's votiug
-onte-t for the most popular lady in
Oouglas c 'Unty is growing warm.
J. F. Sawaera, lawyer and notary
In Justice Long's court two suits were
filed, by attorneys R. W. Marsters and
J. A. Buchau, in which Hieber and
Haines ask damages against J. W. Ison.
One action is for fir', attorneys fees
and costs, alleged to be due on a con
tract for a well drill told by defendant
to plaintiffs. The other case was
IS claimed for sawiug wood. An at
tachment was issued in the last race.
John Miles, one of Myrtle Creek's
respected citizens, paid the l'laindea!er
a call and had his name enrolled among
this paper's growing circle of readers.
F. W. Woollev sold his nice residence
to Attorney Coehow. Mr. Woollev left
lor Portland Saturday. He is not sure
where he will locate, but he expects to
make his home somew here in the north
west. Mr. Woollev 'a many Koeeburg
irieuds are sorry to loose him, hut they
will wish for him and his estiniat le
family a pleasant home whereever thcv
Notice of Election.
Judge Hamilton decided yesterday
that Marshfield's charter gives the city
council the power to regulate the liquor
traffic, but the balance of the county,
including the various towns, must go
"dry." This means that Marshfield is
the only place in the county where li
quor can be legally sold. It in now up
to the city conncil to see that the traffic
is conducted in an orderly manner, and
that the laws regulating such traffic are
enforced. Coos Bay News.
Here's the way the Uuard pays a
j "left-handed compliment" to the
citv officials of Kugene The rainy
season is with us again, at least was this
I morning, and it did one's heirt good to
see those puddles in the cement walks in
front of Maurer's jewelry store and the
Reception saloon again. It is not every
city that for months and years can
maintain miniature ponds in most pub
lic places in sidewalks. It should be
somebody's business to have these walk
repaired so that the water will run off.
The mayor, street committee, any one
in authority, certainly should not per
mit these most aggravating nuisances to
be maintained anoti.er year.
A resident of Douglas county advo
cates the growing of broom com on any
laml that will raise other corn, as tin
seed has a commercial value equivalent
to oats and is produced in large quanti
ties. The seed is an excellent food for
fattening turkeys for the market, there
lore would yield a double profit. Fa
The Plaindealer was favored with a
call Saturday from A.J. tnderson, of
1 Melrose, who has just returned from the
Bobaaaia mining district. He brought
: some lieauttful copper specimens from
i the "Riverside" miue. The "Broad
way" owned by the Oregon Secuilty Co.
i and first discovered by Mr. Anderson,
liasjmt made a remarkable "strike,"
; which is creating much talk. The ores
'or j brought in by him runs 40 to the ton
land there is lots of it in sight. The
mines are located at the headwaters of
the steamboat branch of the North
I'm; via river. He regards this as one
of the coming mining camps of Douglas
P i Yoar Tuts.
On Monday, October 2, the taxes for
lst4 which remain unpaid will bedelin
qient and Sheriff McClallen will have to
take step; towards collecting the same.
The law says that he must go aheai and
levy upon such pmpertv and fell the
same to satisfy the unpaid taxes. This
is the last chance delinquents will hare
to save themselves lots of trouble aod
expense and they ought to govern them
COMING ON APACE
Othce op stairs
Notice litirret'T given, that on Monday, lie
.'nd da? of Uc ober. 1S05, mere will be a g. i.erai
election held in theriiv of Roaeburg, Oregon
for the election of the following offcer for
mM city to wit:
Oue Mayor, to leiv- for a period of two tear.
uc Mmrin io terve lor oen. d
One Treaurer to (en e for a peril d of
lonncuaian from W d No.
for a period of three yea
One Councilman from Ward so. 2
tor a period of three je .1.
One Councilman from Ward No. 3. i ,
; for a period ol three tear
One Councilman from Ward No 4. Jto atf
lor a period oi three year.
umiwuui'iiiuia irom Ward No. 6
for a period ol j tears.
oue oouocntiiaa Irom W ard Su.
for a period of i jear-c
"i.e CouocildJa:. rum W r I No
lor a period of three year.
One Councilman from W arJ No
lor a rerioa Ol . y an.
Alao that by order of the Common Council
there will be at paid election ubnuiu-d t the
people the pieauonaa to w betoer or not :t i.
desiraMe for the city to have the right ta 01
Municipal 0uer-hip of Wmm aud Ugh:, a.
ity Bond for Wafer and Light J'urpoar.
jo-, exceeding Uuj.iou '
1. to acne
S. to rrve
to Si rt
Remaiuing uncalled for at the Roae
1'ersons calling for these letters
please state the date on which they
advertised, Sept. 13. IJ5.
Davis Will ti Nrff Mr Lincoln
Fickland Miss Rise 1'v.tterson Mr J B
rr -t Mrs DC l'reaton tiuerald
Harkell Mr 1. R Rice F F
Hillman Kidth Rose Mrs I. M
Hathaway Mrs II J K wley Mr John
11. we Mr FB Sedgwick Richard
lugh Mr Fred Snd'h Mr J C
McCoy Mr L D Wright W U
Sept in. 190ft.
ftoondiiran Minnie Kochen Mr fi A
The City election which is to be held
Monday, October !, is.uot far away and
already (here are inditations which in
dicate that it may become rather inter
esting, ere many days have t assed.
For the important office of Mayor
there are two avowed candidates thus
fur heard from, with others to come to
the front. Many citizens have been urg
ing Atty. O.W. Kimball to let his nam.
be used for the place. Mr. Kimball ii
in no sense of the word seeking the of
fice and it is only after being asked hy
many representative citizens that ho
will enter the race. Said one promi
nent citizen, in speaking of Kimball's
candidacy. "He is just the man for the
place. He is inodeat and unas-uiii'ng
He does not push himself forward, hut
it is at tUe ropiest of his friends that he
allows his name to be used. Mr. Kim
ball has been a heavy taxpat e in this
city and he would always be found ad-
voca iug measures which would lie for
tne tiesl interests oiliiiscnv. lo me
he seems to be the very man for llir
Dr. K. V. Hoover who is at pre-ent till
ing this important place has been re
quested to again serve the wople in litis
difficult and trying place. After cart ful
consideration lie has agreed to again
try for the place. 1 uu mil pushing my
self to the front in this matier," said he
to tJe reporter, 'but Uiy, friends se m
to thiuk that I have filled the office in a
manner satisfactory to the masses aod j
I am willing to serve them again in this
capacity, providing they decide that 1
they want me 1 will favor any retorti I
or anything that is lor the best interests
of the people."
The reHrter rail acmas Attorney F
G. Micelii. whiHte name had li en MM
tioned in connection w iti the rsi yor.tliy ,
race and, among oilier things that (
gentleman siid : "I am not in the race
and never have been. 1 would not!
have it ill could get i'. I have no
desire to get the honor and, further. I ,
would not accept il U it weie offered !
Mats Mrrna( CaM.
A nn rnlier of reprewntative cilizensi
have taken hold of the matter of calling ;
a dim meeting for next Monday at the
Court House, at which time the ap
proaching municipal election will be
distnsred and important matters will be
considered. This is a non-parti-an
movement and is ha ked by some cf the
best residents of the ity It should he ;
largely attended and nu one ho has i
the beet interests of the i ity at heart
can afford to stay away. A ticket will j
be named for the coming election and
men will be pot up for the different of
fices who will be backed at the polls.
Remember the date and the place.
Come To The Fair. SeeThe Exhibits.
See the Largest House Furnishing Store in Southern Oregon.
R 1 C E & R I C E
The store where
you can get any
thing that goes
to make the
We Furnisti Your Home for Cash or Installments. We guarantee every
Price Made to be the Lowest Price When Quality is Considered.
Two Special Good
Beds at Prices tha
Stagger C o m p e t ir
This Brass Rail
Bed Special Price
Beds in White
This Heavy Bed
is a Sure Winner
COW CREEK MINES
MAKE GOOD SHOWING
Orders Always Given Special Attention
THE STORE THAT DOES THE I USINESS.
RICE & RICE.
THE HOUSE FURNISHERS
eai.l ballot being not
Do a little work by having us send the
t'laindealer to your friend in the east.
It will answer the purpose of a weekly
If you have any metal, sheet iron or
pipe work to do call on Winnie (iaddis.
His work and prices are guaranteed to
A sample copy of this paper may fall .
into the hands of persons who have not
been regular readers, and all such are
cordially invited to join our circle.
Wanted Light work that can be la etoe. Court Uuua.
taken home light washing, ironing and -'ad Ward
mending, Mrs m. . I.atiarr. Waits -j. 4. i-awineiu. H. c
Addition. Drop a postal card. i6p
Bloom Mrs Bena
Harm s J B
Bailey Mr R L
Ka-ton Mrs E K
'own Mrs Villa
Duiwril I' rest on
("lancis .1 F
Kowler J F
for boa l'm the en. I Hnlin Mrs X
TrVml"' "" ,rom ,UI " ""! Hanson Mr Feet
That by order of the t'ommo:,
Jdge and clerks of aaid elccli .0
ing place a-e a follow to-wit:
Judges John T Long, F. W
t-.e -Koy lTlga. J
aud tile (Mill.
Dlllard. h K
Kirkley Mr Roy
I -tne Mr Wm
MrCanlsey Mr Jas
VcElwee Mr V
VcClellan Miss Roae
Mitchell F M
Moire Mr John
Morer J A
Piniih Miss Kdyth
Walker X G
T. Bridge Poll
Hillman Ktta t
Hsw kins Mr Geo
Jemings Mr Henry
Johnson W H
The letters will be charged for at ifle
rale of one tent each.
C W Park' P M.
Medicines that aid nature aie always
most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough
F.emedy acts on this plan. It allays the
cough, relieves the lungs, aids expecto
ration, opens the secretions, and aids
nature in restoring the system to a
healthy condition. Sold by A. C. Marsters
Clerk. (i la- L- t 1 11
For photographs, viewing, Id pic ; pUc, aiocum Hall.
tures copied and enlarged, Hash light
pictures and all work in the photo line 1 judge
pplv at Graves. Home Studio 1120 Fletcher.
Mill St. Phone 777. 815 Clerk-J a Bi:ch.nan
j Place, Kocebur. Hou.
Carl Hoffaan, J. M
stauton. w. j. Marcos W. Robbins, one of tiran a
; Pat-s's leading attorneys, was looking
Carton, voting after some legal business in this city
SchacSer, J. at.
StrnoD Caro. Voting
Cured of Lame Back After I5 year
L. Studley the Osteopathic
cures acute and chronic
corrects deformaties and
removes foreign growths. Cousultion
free. Phone or call for appointment. 4
Office in Abraham building. tf
All dental work postively guaranteed
by Dr. Pearson, office in Taylor and
"I had been troubled with lame back
or 15 years and I fonnd complete recov
ery in the use of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm, says John G. Bisher, Gillam, Ind,
This liniment is also without an equal
for sprains and bruises. For sale by A.
C. Marsters A Co.
Seven farms, close in, cheap; on time,
. sj. Hamiltor. P. BeDedick, H. C.
LouU Kob!hat,ea, a.
Euk j. Voting
Clerk. H. U Mar tern. Iale Strange
place. City if all.
Judge John Xacbter,
Clerk N. FulleruiD. Fred
place. J. C. PullertoD' Barn.
Sth W ard
Judge-J W. Wright. B. 8 WichoU, L. M
lerk.-tcar Edward. Franklin Barker
Voting place. Wm P. lobuaon Lumber Ofhca.
Poll will be open from a. m. top m. of
aid day by order of th Common Council.
WltLea my hand and the aeal of tali - --
and for cash. Three sawmills, 15000 1 to Mtei tbi kUk day of Bentemher ic.
a. X. ORCt'Tf,
and up. Xine hotels. floOO and up.
Eight restaurants, $1500 and up. Seven
lodging houses, f 1000 and up. Address
H H. Higley, agent, P. O. Box 47, Port
land, Oregon. sll-8t
It Hits the Spot.
It Brings the Trade
The Whiskey that pleases all
Nothing Finer. Nothing Better.
TEN YEARS OLD GUARANTEED
TAKE MIKE JACOB & CO. Distillers, Cincinnati. Ohio
k. B. MATIiEWES, Agest, Bosebirg, Oregon
Notice of Final Settlement.
Xotlce il heretic given that the undenigned
Ailmlniitrator ot the EiUte of Ferdinand
Fortln. Br., beceaied, ha Bled In HMOaMMf
Court ol Dougla County, State of Uregoo. hi
final a- count a mch admlniatrator ol alf
eitate, and that Friday the aith. day of October
A. D., 1806, at the hour of 10 o'clock A M .hi.
heen fixed byUd Court a the time forbear
Ing of objection to said final account and the
bated rieptember ISth, 1905.
L. 8. FOKTIN.
A1mlnltrator of the Kutate of
Ferdinand Fortln. Sr., Deceaxed.
I i wick.
want to buy a farm
want furnished rooms
want to buy a house
want to rent a house
to build a house
to move a house
If you want
If vou want
If too don't know PAT
Call on or addreai .. .
F F. patteron.
In the Circuit Court of tie Btate of Oregon,
for the County of Dougla.
Ktbel Marlon CaiHlel
Frank F Carille
To Frank F Carlila, above named defendant :
in the name af the Bute of Oregon you at
hereby required to appear and answer the com
plaint filed agaiiiat you In the above entitled
caae within ix week from and after the date
of the tint publication 'if thl (ummon, and II
you fall to so appear and antwer for want
thereof, plaintiff will apply to the court lor the
relief demanded In te complaint, to-wit; A
11 saoiuiion 01 the marriage contract ezlntlng
between you and plaintiff.
Thi autnmou i publiahed by order of the
Hon. 11 U Thompson, C unty Judge of Doug
las county, Oregon, dated Aug. 31, iej.
The dale of the first publication of thl sum
mons is August 31, 1.0..
CRkWFOKU, CABDWILL A WATBOX,
Attys for Plaintiff
ti. A. Smith, one of Olall's oldest
residents was in town Friday. He is
expecting to spend the winter at Cbico,
Smith Bailey and wife, of Roseburg.
and Mr. Baileys' nephew. E. N "Bailey
and wife of Iowa, left for Roseburg last
Friday after a tour of our country Co
Miss Zeis Zigler, the popular hook
keeper for Rice A Rice, and her mother
Mrs. Sarah Zigler, went to Portland .
Saturday, where they will spend a lew
weeks enjoying the big fair.
Mrs. tieo. E. Honck and son, have re
turned from the coast near Ilwaco,
Wash. , where they have bet n spending
Mrs. Simon Caro and daughter are
I visiting in Oakland California.
Mrs. F. L. Rosaell, ol Oakland is the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. S. M. Kelly.
of this cty.
Mrs. C. C. Grimes Is visiting relative
at Grants Pass. V
Mrs. A. J. Pickard, of Eugene) is the
guest of friends in this city.
Mrs B. D. Cooley, of Ashland, ac
companied by her sister, Mias Claia
Fietjen, of Great Falls, Montana, are
spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs.
P. E. Pretiyman, while ou their way to
miss aeiue murrv, 01 tiold till is
visiting in this city.
C. Ross King, the Yoncalla banker
was iu this city on business Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wright and Mrs
W. W. Thackerah have returned from
Portland, where they have been attend
ing the exposition.
Chaa. Steiniger, left Wednesday for
Portland to take in the fa r.
J. G. Mack, of Portland is in this city
this week looking after business interests
A. May and wife, of Seattle, who have
been visiting their daughter, Mrs. Tip
ton, returned to Portlaud enroute borne,
Mrs. Paul Buckner, of Melrose, left fo
Medford Wednesday- on account of the
serious illness of her father, L. Demner,
of that place. Mr. Buckner has tome
fine garden stnff at the district fair thi
A. Solzman and L T. Reixenstein
This week J. M. Thompson placed "n
exhibition in the Plaindealer tit w
windows some titie-looking speci M n
of ore from his mine on the W --; Fork
ol Cow Creek That 4 comparatively j
uew mining district it is coming;
rapidly iW) notice as gning greit prntn-'
ise Theee aauiples are from ore which
has laxen assayed lour different tune by
the Tacoma sme ter aud the showing
made is troly gratify iiuv It gw from
to tJ in copper . from S to ts in
in gold an I from f-i to f7 in silver. It
seems to be one of the liest qwartS Blia I
ing pioperiiee in that locality. Mr. ,
rhompson has VJ potindi ol this ore on
exhibition at the fair grounds
Mr Thompson hss gone in at .nt lo
feet and the ebowi g t wen met t etter 1
right along. He is nowdrivtng a tunnel.
In that same region there are several ,
other apparently good mines and much
development work wilr be done in that
immediate vicinity. Due claim owned
by Porter and Pick has been boundrd
to an experienced t.olorailo miner lor
20 00V. "The Eagle" mine, owned hy
Heory Martimlale is another property
whicb it showing up nicely. A foot
tunnel has just been completed and
splendid ore is being found In it.
At present the camp is reached only
by a trail, bur, in case the mine bounded
by Hinman shows np as it is expected to
do, a good wagon road will be built to
connect with the S. P. at West Fork.
Another good property is owned by
Carl Ohman. It has a ledge which is
attracting considerable attention
Frank Skinner, of Portlaud, is putting
in a ditch to aork his placer claim.
BECK LET STEARN'S At Oakland.
Or . Thursday. epr 14. lvatt. C. 1
Be. k ey and "wise May Stearns, Rev.
C. L Lake, officiating.
Caue of In'omnia
Indigestion nearly always disturbs the
sleep more or less and is o ten the cause
nl insomuia. Many cases have b.-en
permanently cured by Chamberlaiu's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale by
A C. Marsters A Co.
Cannon's Book and Stationery Store
is having some tine, new shelves put np
in order to take care of the big stock of
fall aod winter books.
When paint or irritation exist on any
part of the body, the application of Bal
lard's Snow Liniment gives prompt re
lief. E W Sullivan, Prop. Sullivan
House, El Reuo.O. T., write Jnoe 6.
ItJM; "I take pleasure in recommend
ing Ballard's Snow Liniment to all who
are afflicted with rheumatism. It is the
only remedy I have found that gives
;uimediate reliei." Soo, 5, 11. Sold
bv A C Marsters A Co.
WE HAVE TAKEN IN HAND
The collar question saving our
custorne s a lot of annoyance from
roughl tf ledges
and sore f'"l necs-
Notice ( J he pure
white j 0 o 1 o r ,
ana general ap-
pearance ot our laundering no
comparison to the ordinary king.
ROSEBURG STEAM LAUNDRY
A Rome Jy Without a Pee.
have returned from a visit to the Port
George Haynea, who is now in Alack.
ia expected home early iu the fall.
Postmaster Alexander, of Glide
mingled with his Roseburg friend-.
Bert Sjerry and wife and Clyde
1'aulkner . nd wife have returned from
R. A. Hercber was in from Brockway
this) week an 1 re por thievery thing satis
factory oat that way.
L. V. Blackwell, one of GardinerV
representative citii -ns paid his respects
to the Plaindealer, Monday.
Mil' Eda Roidman goea to Klkt n.
the tirst of the week where she wili
teach the young idea liow to shoot.
Comnanv I)., O. N. G., will resunn
drill, at the new Armory, Thursday
evening, at eight o'clock. All meuiber!
are expected to be preaent.
Four applicants for eighth grad
liplomat are taking the examination to
day, in Superintendent Hamlin's office.
E. Jaqnini, who recently came here
from Rivertide, Cal., has purchased the
Galillian place, out on the South branch
of Deer Creek. The place contains 700
acres and Mr. Jaiiuint thinks that he
has secured a bargain.
The handsome paintings by Mrs. Eddy
wife of Hon. B. L Eddy, at the fair
grounds, one a fruit piece with a copy
of the Review as a background and the
other a Plaindealer, were among the
A. J. Haydon hat aet an excellent
example for hit part of the city by paint
ing hit two residences at the corner of
Flint and Mosier street. He hat fixed up
the sidewalks and hat greatly improved
the appearance of things up that way.
"I rind Chamberlaiu'a Stomach and
Liver Tablets more beneficial than any
other remedy 1 ever used for stomach
troub'e," say J P Klote, of Edina. Mo.
For any disorder of the stomach, bilious
ness or constipation, these Tablet; are
without a peer. For sale by A. C. Mart
ters A Co.
from new until further notsce
THE J. C. F LOO K COMPANY
are prepared ti furnuh
fa.ae pel hundred.
iK-ach boxes at
S T R AN G E A D VI CBll
A. D. BRADLEY
O O D S
All kinds of Household and other goods bought and
sold. Don't fail to see our large stock of NEW
FURNITURE and HARDWARE.
A D. BRADLEY
Dr. O. O Oreeti rle alert peraoaat attentioa
to hi great numanilarfaa contract.
Oln our Almanac for manv vears past we
have g.ven unusual advice to those afflic
ted with coughs, colds, throat or lung
troubles or consumption. We hare told
them if they did not receive any special
benefit after the use of one TS-c"1 Jg
fx .tile of German Svntp, to consult their
doctor. fAA'e did 'not ask them or urge
them to use a large number of bottles, as
is the case in the advertising of many
other remedies. Our confidence in Ger
man Svntp makes it possible for us tt
give such advice. )JVe know by the ex
perience of over 35 veara that one 7$-cent
Ixittle of German Syrup will speedily re
lieve or cure the worst coughs, colds,
bronchial or lung trouble and that,
even in bad cases of consumption, one
large bottle of German Svrup will work
wonders. fNew trial boUes. 15c; rejjr
alar size, 75c v 1
A. C. MARSTERS DRUO CO.
All of the best grades of staple and fancy
filOCERIES kept constantly on. hand.
And fresh fruit. Prompt service,
ous tteatment. Hod ruck prices
goods are our bids for your trade.
ram - a an .
I he ' o-uperative brocery store.
Read the Plaindealer for all the News