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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1905)
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OFFICE OPPOSITE RICE $ RICE. CASS STREET
We have some Exceptionally Fiue Farms,
City Property and Timberlands iu large and small
tracts for sale.
Best companies represented Town aud Coun
try property insured.
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Anyone wishing to sell their property can
do so by listing it with us. Write for price list
of Farms and City Property.
D. R. SHAM BROOK, President
N. F. THRONE, Secretary
We will tag and display any Grain or Produce
brought to our office.
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"THE HOD EL"
O. Wilkinson, Prop.
The Choicest line of Wines and Liquors including the Famous Brand
"Old Grand Dad"
Kentucky Sour Mash.
Foe Liie of Domestic aid Imported Cigar?.
Jackson and Oak Sts. Roseburg, Ore.
SANDERS DISC PLOWS
SINGLE OR DOUBLE.
LIGHTEST WEIGHT. LIGHTEST DRAFT
All necessary adjustments.
Solid steel frames.
J. F. BARKER
An immense line of Iron Beds just received.
Nothing like them ever seen in Roseburg before.
Also a fine line of wire mattreses and top mat
tresses. Why cook over that old stove when you can buy
one of our T0LEL0 RANGES and when you get
it you will wonder why you put off purchasing so
long. Get our prices on all kinds of FURNITURE
we can save you dollars.
b. w. strong;
THE FURNITURE MAN. ROSEBURG. V
Thi school ha for the coming year: A strone faculty ; maintenance as
ured ; teachers' review class ; a gradoating class of over 20 ; course of stud v ex
ended to five year and made equal to the California and Washington Norma
School year open on Tneaday, Sept. 12, 15. Vacation at Thankoglvint,
and Chnstma. Second semester opens January 29, 1906. Tuition $3.00 to $5 00
per term. Rate, at Boarding Hall, 2.50 per week, with everything furnished ex
cept hoddmg. Board in private families at from S3 to 4 per week. Many pupil-P-efer
to "batch" for which facilities are good. For further particulars and cata
A. L BRIGGS, President, or
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Nothing to get out of fix.
Rigid and strong.
C0. Phone 201
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O. C BROWN, Vke-Pres.
III Hie Circuit Court ot the otalo ot Ofegun for
W. I LoM, if, R. Kincald, ami Phil I
etachan, Hoard ot t inaMBbalnaefa lor,
thr Sale al Schin.l and rnlvrtty Lends I
n l for the iHtkM of the luuds I
arising th relrura,
PI lntltts t
. H, M, , ,MHrin. Margaret.!. Martin,'
suulord Ha t aud Lewis A. Martin.
Notice l here by given that by virtue of a
judgment and order of sale duly made and
enter d In Slid court and cause on t he sixth
day of December 1S97. by foreclosure ot a mort
gage in favor of the above larmd i-lalntlfli
against the alove named defeudanta and
attains- the herein alter dea rl bed real property
and in pursuance and by virtue of an execution
iasue.l out af said court on the Slat day of Au
gust, l-.KV,, and iu pursuant' of the decree and
oroerof tale made and entered iu aald court
on the .Wilds vol May, 19Uin that certa'n suit
wherein H M Ifllllal aaa atalaalffaaaTJaj all li il
Oteg n Oca E.t'hamK'rlalii. K. 1 Duuba-, and
O. S. Natl, Board ot 01 at tr tat 8chj 1
aud DwlltuaJry land and for Ihenvestment of
the fuuds arising thoiefrom, wire deleudants
in w hich ji .Ument and decree it ara ordered
d decreed lhat an alias ex cution issue in
nd upon the judgment first here n mentioned
and dest-il-ed for the balance due there n. t.v
wit the sum of t7:nii 7j, w hich Judgment ian 1
decrea directed that all of aai 1 mortgage pre
raises, exep. t 17 acres hereofore old A. F.
Brown which tract la herelnalter particularly
described. W resold a id that ihe prorteda arts
lug therefrom be applied toward the payment
ol the amount due upon plarulllTs said Judg
ment, to-wit the sum of ptH 7"
Sow therefore, 1 will on Sal ird.y theT'.h day
ol OotoK'r !., sell at public auction at the
court house front door in Koceburc iH'iielas
Count! Oregon. Iietweeu the houtsof o cl ick
a. m and t o'clock p. m. ot the aald day to
wit: at 1 oclick p. m. ot said day, to the
highest bidder for cash in hand, all the right,
title and interest which the said defendants,
or cither ot Hu m. ha 1 aa ihe KM eJ ol March
Mat, the date of the i xecution of said mortgage
or at auy tune thereafter, iu and to the follow
lng described real prop riy, to-w it : TheN.K.
If of the S. Vt i4 ol Sec. 3 in Tp S. R. I w By.
M contain rig 4o acre ot land : the S. K. ' of
Sec. S6 inlp M K 6 IT. 11. containing leu
acres of laud ; the r. of the N. K ttolSvc J6,
Tp i"S. R.60. W. M.containinf SO acres ol
The X. K Si of X. W. ol Sec 36 in Tp is S
R 6W.W. M. containing 46 acres ol lard lot
so loisfc si. m Tp. s. R. (, w. W M
Uining H.t,9 acres, the.X. W, . ot the S k
ec. H, in Tp. 45 S. r. 5 w- ay. M
en tair ug
wacns. men. ot the; 1. L. C of the. a. . . ;
Cley ax.d wile. Uiogl aim So. in Tp. -. 8 I
R. 6 W. sTi M conuining SAITS acres ol land,
more or less, the fractional N. E. -4 and the
ractlonal s K of the S W. it o Sec 6 in Tp
36 8- R. W. W. ., containing IS. acres. 1
also a 1 that part of section I and 7 of Tp 26 S !
R. It. IT. M desenbed mt lallaa. to wit: j
Beg ning at a point 9 chains and links West,
nd 40 chain North of the half mllesiakebe :
iween victim 6 and 7, thence S. 49 chains,
thence North 61 degree Ktttil chains thence
North . chain thence West JO chains to the
place of b- giiilug. coDiaintn 66J0 acres of land
more or lest, all of sail above described land
and premises being situated in Dougl s County
Oregon, and coutalniux the aggregate 944
acres of land more or less, saving ai d excepting
1 here nan a tract of ian I heretofore solj to A
F. Brown described a lollc-w. to-wit: Begin :
nl g at a point on the uth line ol the V f
D. ady I. L. C. In Tp. J6 8. R. 5 W
louuiy. Oregon, at the Essi side of O A C K
R. right of way. the: ce Southern'y along the
said O. A C R R. nghtof way to the center of
the County road .thence Southeairenly along
the center ot the County road to the corner, o
pout opposite to the S. W. corner of he F R
U'll I. U C. thence East along the north line ol
the said F R. Hill D. L. C. to the 8 W . corner
of the E B. Robinaon D L. ('., ihenee slot g the
Weat line of the saldclal to the Sou' h line of
the M. P. 1 eady D. L C . thence to the P ace ol '
begluning. containing 17 actes ol the land more
or leas, situated iu Sec 6 Tp. MS.CI W . W. SI
Ooic as Connfy, Oregon, together with the
tenements, here-ltlamenU and appurtenances
ihtrrnnto belonging or in any wise appertain
ing, and will apply the proceeds of s.ld sale
toward the payment ol the amount due ol
plaintiff aald judgm nt. to wit, the sum of
f737b.76 and the overplus it any there be I wll1 :
pay into court under the order of this court 10 ;
be paid as the said coart may hereafter direct,
by order of the said court in said execution :
to me dirt rhd and delivered commanding
to sell aald above described p ai property ir.
manner provided by law. listed this Slat Jsj
ot August. l.K'
H. T. XcCLALLEN,
SheritTof Douglas l ounty, Oregon
o the Circuit Court ol the .'late ol Oregon
I lor ihe tVuuty ol Douglas.
I John J Miller, -i
William J Boot n. Kalhcr'ne H
I Booth, hts wile. E r Boswor.h, !
; aud Marie M loom,
, To William J B otn. Katharine H Booth.
, wife, K F Boaworlh and Marie M Vroom
I ahnra r .m1 rt..l. i.
j In the name ol the -tate ol Orewon : You are
hen bt required to app ar and answer the oom-
ft 1 plaint ol the plain Iff 6 ed against you 1j the
, salii court and cause on it belore.'the 10 day ot
October. 1905 being the .lay aad date prescribed
by the court in the ord.r lor publtcaMon ol
; aald aitmm ns for you to appear and answer
aaia cimpuint on or helore saiJ dr and dale
or plaintiff wlU take Judgment against you and
, eaeb of you according to the demaode ol aald
j com i lain i towlt ;
Kor the foreclosure ol certain mortgage de-
eenbed in aaid complaint ami execute 1 by the
I aald William 1 Bonn and Katherioe H Booth.
I made and dated Ft binary 6. ism, to secure the '
; paytnrnt ol a certaiD promissorr note ol even
; date lor the sum ol 3W with Uteres! theieon
at tbe rate ol 10 per cent per annum
! That the premises conveyed thereby may be
sold and tbe proceeds epplUd to the pa meot
M the sum ol mo with interest thereon t the
i rate ol 10 per cent Irum date ol making, with i
; reaaonable attorneys lee, together wlih the
costs and disburs-mems ol tbt suit ami sale ol
1 tbe alorcaald premise aa prorided b) law.
I Aleo lb t all the aald defendant, and all !
! persons claiming by, throneb or under them,
I may be barred and forecloaed ol all right title!
ciaim, kid, equity ol redemption, ami interval
in and to said mortgaged premises, and lor
other and i rtber reliel.
ndifyou tail to appear and answer said
com pi tnt as above required. Ihe plai tlfl will j
take default agairut you and pply to the
w. ni.wi iuc reuri uemanoe i in said com
plaint vli: for the sale o( tbe west i, of the!
Wm an 1 NKJ of the S and the NW), of '
the of section 'M. tonhlp X aouth ol j
range i west oi tne Willamette meridian In
Uouglat county, Oreg in.
This summons 1 published in the Boaeburg
Plaindealer by order ol J W Hamilton, Judge ol
the circuit court ol the .State ol Urvgon by an
order made on the th day of Aiixust 1905
The last publication of thi summon 1 ol
tbe date ol August Hth. 1906 aud tbe la', pub
Ill ation thereof will be on the Ziih day ol 8 p
temtur 1905 making the full perold of lz weeks
C. L LKAVKKUOOD.
Attorney for PlaiuUfT.
A Warning to Mother.
Too much care cannot he used with
small children during the hot weather
of the snmmer months to guard against
bowel trouble. As a rule it is only
necessary to give tbe child a dose of cas
tor oil to correct any disorder of the
bowels. Do not use any substitute, but
give tbe old-fashioned castor oil, and
see that it is fresh, aa rancid oil nause
ates and 1mh a leudency to gripe. If
thi doe not check the bowels give
Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera and Di
arrhoea Remedy and then a dose of cas
tor oil, and the disease may be checked
in its incipiency and all danger avoided.
The castor oil and this remedy should
be procured at once and kept ready for
instant use as soon as the first indica
tion of any bowel trouble appeara. This
i- the most successful treatment known
land may be relied upon with implicit
confidence even in cases of cholera in
i fmitutn. For sale by A C Marsters &
ChamLferlirr Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Itemedy.
Thi" fact in well known to ilmnuiitH
everywhere, and nine out of ten will
Rive their cuatoniers this preparation
when the best la arked for. Mr. Obe
Witmer, a prominent (irugKiat of Joplin,
Mo., in a circular to hia customers, aayti :
"There is nothing on the market in the
way of patent medicine which equals
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di
arrhoea remedy for bowel complaint.
We sell and recommend this prepara
tion" For sale by A C Marsters & Co
THREE JURORS CURED
Of Cholera Koi bus with One Small
Botile of Chamberlain' Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea.
Mr. (i. W. Fowler, of Hinhtower, Ala,
relates an experience he had while serv
ing on a petit jury on a murder case at
Kdwardeville, county seat of Claybourne
county, Alabama. Me nays: "While
there I ate some freidi meat and some
souse meat aud it gavt me cholera mor
bus in u very severe form. 1 never was
more aick in my life and rent to the
drugstore for a certain cholera mixture,
but the druggist rent me a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Ketuedy instead, Haying that he
had what I sent for but that this medi
cine was so much better he would rath-
! ea send it to me in the tlx. 1 was in. 1
j took one dose of it and was better in
1 five minutes. The second dose cured
; me entirely. Two fellow jurors were
, arllicted in the same manner and one
I small bottle cored three of us." For
sale by A C Marsters A Co.
Blacksmith Tools for Sale.
Blacksmith tools, complete for set
heavy work. Price 30 Address Box M,
(Continued from pa-e 1.)
Again Heard From
on the walls of tlie Old Kort, a whisper
seemed to say, they arc Kone. In early
cliildhootl we bad heard the story of
that remarkable journey, and all along
the line of life we beard it over again
And finally when the beloved father
was passing hi laat days at our home
tileodalehe repeated the old storv, a
the aged invariaMy refer to the inci
dents of their earlier life, when they are !
i.eiring the border line. Oh, how the I
old limes came over me as I stood be- !
neath the portals of the Old Kort. It !
was indeed a haven of rest to these 1
grand pioneers. My father spent six
werke as the gueet of lien Sutter befoie
he started east
And again upon his re
turn in IStti he stayed several months
at Sutter For. And the friendship be
tween my father and ieo Sutter was a
lifelong friendship. The California peo
pie wbo were with me very kindly aaid
to me, "you have a right to rej ice Brill)
u for your father was a California pio
neer." I rejoiced at the privilege, for
who can properly conceive, or much lea
ilescritie the rest Ihh fnprjr nf tlinM f.in-
I neer men or the heroic devotion of their
pioneer women, who have by their
boundlees enterprise w reeled tbt fair
land from a wilderness and reclaimed
useless canyons and ew amps, the former '
yielding its million in yellow gold and
tbe latter made more fertile than the
valleys of the Nile, and making of this
fair state a land of Mowers and sunshine.
Yet we turn from all its beauty to our'
own beloved Oregon. The land of song
and story The one place in all the
Mattd to us, moat dear. The place of
sepulture of our honored pirenta and :
grandparent. Oh, Oregon, forever dear,
to yon belong the first place in our
heart, fair sisterhood of states. We love
one only to adore the other.
After a brief visit in Sparks, Nevada,
anJ Santa Rosa, Cal
home to Glendale.
we will return
Most D p-t o-D ate
W. E. BODGE
My stock is the newest and
latest creations of the east.
Yoor suit will fit, and the
price also, if yon get it
CLEAN INC, PRESSINC REPAIRING
W. E. BODGE,
Oak Street. Roseburr, Ore.
Cattle Ranch for Sale
320 acres on Seven-Mile Creek about
five miles southwest fromFort Klamath,
Oregon. All fenced, house, large barn
ample water supply, will cut about
eighty tons wild hay. Address, with
P. O. Box 933,
t( Tacoma, Wash.
Notice is hereby given that tbe iinderalgneil
wa.ily appointed admlnlauwtoroi tbe estate of
A. K Cooper. Seceaaeil, by the County Court of
lijugla County, State of Oregon, April 17, IMA.
All ierons having claim against aald eetaie
are be-eby notified and required to presen
tbein to me properly verified, aa by law re
quired, at Oakland, Oregon, mthln six month
Iron the date hereof. A nd al! person Indebted
to said estate are hereby nottsed to pay the
same to me.
bated ..uguat 10, 105.
J. 1. H NKY.
Adminlstratot of the estate ot A. B. Cooper
Notice of Final Settlement
Notice is hereby given lhat the undersigned
has Sled her final arcount In tbe County Court
of Douglas rounty, Oregon, a Kxicutrlx ol the
estste ol Hiduey Robert Hsinilton. deceaaed.
and lhat the court ha fixed Monday, October,
2, 1906, at tbe hoar ol 10 a. m. at tbe Coart
Mouse ol aald county, In Hoaeburg, Oregon,
tbe time and place lor bearing objections I
thereto. If any there be, aud lor final settle
Kirst Publication, Aug 21, IWtt.
CATMKK1NK Al FRKIiA LOUISA HAMILTON
Kxecntrlx oi the estate of
H1DNKY ROBERT HAMILTON, deceased,
Nothing on the Market Equal
-P BaJB sa
m ma BBa -
A HARD ROW
And a long pall describes the pathway
of a woman afflicted with female weak
ness unless she Is under the care of a
doctor who has had successful experience
In the treatment of such cases or else has
found the right remedy which can be
safely used independently of the doctor.
Forty years ago. Dr. R. V. Pierce found
that women were being grossly mal
treatedmainly through Ignorance and
careleasnesa, and he determined to devota
himself to study and research till he
found the real cause of their suffering
and a proper remedy for It.
He fuuiui it, and dug from Nature's
Laboratory, the earth. Anturc'a remedies
for woman's weaknesses and ailments.
He found In Lady's Slipper root. Hluck
Cohosh root. Cnlcorn root, Bnie Cohosh
nait and lioldeu Seal root, the required
The remedial virtue of these he ex-tracU-d,
combined and preserved by his
own peculiar non-alcoholic, glyceric pro
cesses, and the compound Is now know n
the world over, aa Itr. Pierce's Favorite
'The wealing of coraeta too tight seemed
to have brought on an atslomliia! pressure,
weakening the ligaments anil resulting In
displacement, which troubled me until I wa
not nt to walk, and at tlmea could hardly
atand." writes Mr. Beverly Mitgreave. of !-'
Fulton St.. San Francisco. Cat. "A nelghlmr
advised me to try Dr. Pierce' Favorite Pre
scription. Before the first bottie au usisl
I felt much I tetter I nuiroveroeTl t went
steadily on. and within four months I was
like a new and well woman once more. I
am now perfectly well and strung, ant ex
tremely grateful to you fur your blessed
rwmedy a boon to sick women."
A tlreat Doctor Book Free. - Send SI one
cent stamps to Dr. K. V. Pierce, HulTalo.
N. Y . to cover mailing and he will send
you a free copy of his lUH-page Common
Sense Medical Adviser, paper -covered.
Cloth-covered 31 stamps.
Dr. Plxrce's Pleasant Pellet are tbn
host and safest laxative for the um- of
.. Continued from page l.l
Items of Interest
From Big Fair.
here, am' livestock men from all quar
ter of the country are in attendance.
The show is held on the neck of the
: (iovernment peninsula, jast east ol
Cncle Sam's big buildings. Spacioo
stock barn were built for this show,
and the exhibition track and grand
stand are well adapted to the ocrasioa.
i Society ha turned out in force to eee
i the fancy boreea. (ireat interest is tak
en in the prize competition for tbe va
rious claagee ol animal.
We are verv aorrv to diaannnint .
j j r i i
pie," remarked Mr. Jenning, the ic -
commodatinK bakeryman, to tbe re
porter, "but it baa been impoeeible for
ua to furnish bread because we could
iret no old wbeat. We had spoken for
some, but it did not come. We hope to
oon be over the trouble."
L. E. Huntsman, who tig-nred ao
i prominently in the police court in this
city last week ami whoae caae a a coo
tiuued from that week appeared before
Judge Orcutt Tuesday and entered a
pleat of guiltv to the three charge pre
fered, drunk, disorderly conduct and as
siult. Huntsman was releaaed alter
being fined $5 on each charge, which
In the same old place
with more added.
We have now enlarged
our restaurant entrance
on both Sherdian and Cass
MOSIER STANOS FOR BEST MEALS
F. A A. M. Laurel Lodge No. 13.
H aid regular meeting on eecono
and f orth WMineedav n( -act
month W. W. Thackbah, W. M.
N. T. J gwrrr, rMcretavj.
O. ELK8. Roaeborg Lodge .Nr.
326. Hold regular communica
tion at I 0. O. F. Hall on second
and fourth Thursday of each month.
All member requested to attend resa-
arlv and all visiting brother ara con' -ally
invited to attend.
C. B. Caxsox, It. R.
W. H. Jamibson, 8ecreiarv.
'O. D, 1st SEPARATE BATTALUON
.O.N. ti , meets at armory Kail every
rbaraday evening, at 8 o'clock.
F. B. Ham loi. Cast
OF A.. Court Dooglas No. SS For
esters of America, meet eevh Tties
day evening in Foresters' Hall. Vis
iting brothers always welcome.
Fritz Staitfis, C R
E H i.axox, Ree Sec
E N Houvga, Physician
O. O. F Proletarian Lodge No. 8.
Meet in Odd Fellow' Temple, cor
ner Jackson and Case streets, on
Saturday evening of each week Mem
bers of the order in good standing ar
invited to attend.
C. F. Harpster, N. n .
N.T. Jrwrtt, Secretary
of P. Alpha Lodge Mo. 47. Meet
every Wednesday, in I. O. O. F
Hall a 7:30 p. m. Member in
good t and in g are invited to attend.
Ua. A. PgRRT, C. C.
M. F. Wriout, K. of R. dt 8.
I LAC CIRCLE. -.No. 49, Women of
wo Klcraft Meet on Slid aad 4th
Thursday of each month at tha I
O. O. F. Hall. Visiting members In
good standing ar invited to attend.
Myrtlr Lonq, Uuardian Neighbor
Clara Borcm, Clerk
Second and Fourth Thursday.
E. 8 Rose So rg Chanter No. 8
Hold their regular meeting on tb
flrt and third Thnradava in each
nonth. Visiting member In good
itanding are reapeetfully Invited to at
tend. Mr. E. J . Stroud, W. M.
Free Johnson. Secretary.
N1TED ARTISANS, Umpqua As
sembly No. 105, meets second and
fourth Saturday of each month, in
Native Sona' hall. Viaiting member
will receive a cordial welcome.
A. C. M AKBTKHS, M. A.
M ins i g Jonm, Secretary.
OODMEN OF THE WORLD. Oak
Uamr No. 126. Meat at tb Odd
fellow' Hall, In Roaebarg, every
I L1 I WAT i ... .
flrt and third Monday evening
tng neigh oor always welcome.
J- M. BaUDOta, Q.a
N. T. Jawarrr. Clark.
In the Circuit Court of the Btate of Oregon,
for Douglas county.
Katbryn at Booth,
William J Booth
To William 1. Booth, the above named de
In the name of the Stale of Oregon : you are
hereby required to appear and answer the com
plaint ol the plaintiff hied against you In the
aid court and canae on or before the 10th day
ol October lo, beln? the date prescribed by
th ciurl in the order lor publication ol sum
mons lor yon to appear and answer said com
plaint, and If yon fail to appear and answer
a'd complaint on or before said dale plaintiff
u ill apply to the conn for the relief demanded
In bei complaint to-wlt-
For a decree dissolving the manlsge con
tract, now and hi retolore exlallng between the
plalmtn and deft ndant and her costs and dls
bursemenls herein Incurred.
This summons ts publish) d In the Rod burg
Plain lealer by snoiderol Hon. M D. Thomp
son, ( ountr Judge ol Douglas countv, Oregon,
by an order made on the lMh day of Augnst.
1906. The Brat publication of this summons ts
ol the date of lTth of August IMt'i and the last
publication thereof will be the lh of Sept.
l'Wj making Ihe lull period of six aeeka
C. I. IKAVIMiOOD.
Attorney for plaintiff.
Title Uuarantee&Loan Co.
KO8ZBCRO. ORISON. a
f. D. HaaOXTOw, D
Secy, and Tree
Oaso in the Court Hon. Hare th only com
plot set ol abstract book In Douglas Count;
Abai scu and Certificates ol Title I urn lain dot
Dout a county land and mining claim. Bare
also complete act ol Tracing ol all township
plafe la the Boaebarg, Oregon, D. B. Land Dia
trie l Will make blue print copies of any town
I, J, Norman & Co.
StltRIDAN ST. NEAR DEPOT
H. E ASTON
la prepared to wait open old
and new customers and friends
with a (nil and complete
All (reah and of the Terr beet
quality. Tea aad coffee are
special tie. Your patronage
305 Jackson St., Raebtirg;
BREWING & ICE COMPANY
The Largest and Beat Equipped Brew
ery in Southern Oregon.
Roawburg Beer has a Reputation through
out the Countv for Ita
and purity means Health.
Brewed only from selected Barley and
Special Brewed Bottle Beer Our Specialty
Direct delivery to your residence in
quantities of one caw or more.
You Will Be Satisfied
:ITH YOUR JOURNEY
11 your tickets read over the Pewver
and Rio iiran.ii- Railroad, the
' scenir Line ol tbe Work!"
There are o many u-enioattractinna
and potwts ol Interest along the line
between Ogden and Denver that the
trip aever bevonics tiresome.
If yon are going Kast. write for liirorasation
aud get a pretty book that will tell you
all about iu
W. C. NclRIDE. Gen
124 Third St.
. FOR Jt
Choice Confecio n e ry .
Dellcioos Ice Cream
j CALls AT Jt
Haniwr't New Black.
Choice Fruit Trees
All tbe ssading varieties of choice fruit
tree, warranted ttrat-claea in every r
peel. Yellow Newtown Pipptna and
Spttaembenra a specialty. At reasonable j
psaraa. At tbe Roseburg Nursery.
P. O. Boa !. 1
"MIT M TRAIL" TO A
KRUSE & NEWLAND'S
FOR GOOD CRUUtKita
KRUSE $ NEWLAND
LIVERY, FEED & STACE STABLES
C. P. BARNARD, PROPRIETOR
FIRST-CLASS RIGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
AND AT REASONABLE BATES.
STAiE TO MARSHF1ELD, NORTH BEND AND ALL COOS COINT 1 POINTS
LEAVES DAILY AT iA.ft
! FOUR-HORSE STOCK-QUICKEST TIME TO THE COAST
STABLES CORNER WASHINGTON &
MiK.h M. Br.uWN
Down stairs RoPEBrKG.oKC
n C. SEELY, M. D.
DMgias Caat Beak BwiUiag.'
Rooms 1!. 12 aoJ IS. raooe -
R.GEO. E. HOCCK.
Physcian & Surgeon.
nlr ntvw M.a
PIvocm, Main 11
JTI.MER V. B00VER
Pn vzi r i a n an4 iinn
m " - . . - . VUll
Omce Main strew, one donr toata ot Cut
Hail. FtMU M
ROSJCBf Rti. .... GRaHiOS
p W. HAYNES.
iw Br.t' 11t
Rai t aad
M.CaUwroBD. j.o. WaTaos
Attorneys at Law,
141, Bank Bttlldg.. ROgUCES. Oh
Bllalmaw lis fin i l li I A r n..-
.3 1 n eaew a special ty .
J C. FCLLERTO
WUieraetloa ta aU U Stat aad PwderaJ Oean.
Offlcw in Haras Bid... Roawburg. OrawoiT
P W. BENSON,
Bank Building RO&XBrRG. ORE T,v
I'CHANAN A GRENINGEB
Rooms 1 and
Call For City Warrants
All persons holding City of Reeborg
warrant endorsed prior to Jnne S. 19W,
are requested to present same to me, at
the sheriff's office, for payment. In
terest on said warrants will cease after
date of tins notice.
Dated this 5th day of July. l'aJS,
H. C. Slocum. citv Treas.
THE JOY OF LIVING
OAJr aa fvllt MMaVI MIT
Will Keep Too WeU
with Araanic Caiomal and Quinine. Thev act aa rank
which vitat th. blood, dsbiiitat. ,K "d W.'lalraa
!i.W1.ymptfm Whjc, I" to obliterate. HERB-
potaona. is aoaohitalv harmlaaa and I th aunpla ramadVo?
CURED BY HE1BINE AFTER OTHER
. V Hfcka, Iredell. Tex., My: I ,
Sttk t a bed for eight months with liver trouble . tha
doctor warned to 3o a o good. I waa told to try '
' SIS cmr BM B abort time. 1 canaew
tareaamaad thi woadarral sard. trine too highly."
TAKE IT NOW I
URGE BOTTLE, 5to GET THE GENUINE
Ballard Snow Liniment Co
A. C. HARSTERS & CO.
A complete stock of
all the best brands of
staple and fancy Gro
ceries. New and 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
ROSE STS., ROSEBURC. PHONE 661
JAS. E. Sawyers
Room 6, I' petal rs, Dooglaa Co. Bk. Bid
J R- CHAPMAN, D. I. S.
Tphoo So. Uil Bonn: Sa. aa. toap-a.
Abraham Bs: i:ae Roaebsrg. Oregoa
fi J. BA HEK, D. M. D
I Abraham Baildirg. ROSEBCRG, OB.
.lDR. P. W. HUNT
OAKLAND. : : OREGON
5 .. DEN1""PIST
1 "Wnll IwJ 1 .
FRANK E. ALLEY
Abstract Title to Deeded Land.
Paper p repaired for filing on Gown.
Plans and Estimates for all BatilaV
Special designs tor Office Fixtures
Blue Points of Township Map showisat
all acant Land.
Office in new Bank Building. 'Phone 4U
ENJOY GOOD HEALTH
U. S. A.