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THE ROSE BURG
HARVEY JONIS, Proprietor
t'H $1.(10 per ilay iiml iipv.ir.
Si'w lirick, Ww Farabhlnga,
Prompt BarvlcM. Opposite tin
i P, i topot Gronndi .' .' .' .'
VARIATION IN THE
TESTING OF CREAM
" illvlilwl Into lour loin nrnl hhcIi lot
who run through tbt bumMm at dNfltr
'nt IpMdli In MpwllBMl II milk
wlilcli wb tint huiiih h llml BNd in cx-
pOrilBMl I whs run tbHMftb with differ
nl rals a! Inflow Into tli bowl. In
flont Moral OXparimsnM with liatul irliimnl III, liowovnr, illfhtrfiiit lotx
opantoraal IbaMlehlgtui Agricultural of mtlh ivaraaaad, wiiiioin iv (ho milk
OOllojMi ihODf vnry OMolttatotljf UlO j WM IbO NIMH lo I awl II i 00 tbtt til
rOadloOM With tthleb tho lOOt of iwim rull show tlm liffirnino of running
nmy bo Hdl to vary nodof dlflOWOl '" milk under viriouit OOfldltlOMi
cotiilitlonii. Tim n I ol separator A careful at inly of tli taMr by
howl, tho mtn ni inflow, rlolioooi f faltfinta who oblp ofooa, will tbow to
milk mi. I lOOIpOrOMfO of milk, nil teml how easily tin- percentaice of (at in
U VOTy tho tOtt Ol tlm rreain, ami lb i ""' ' r,'m may vary ami within wiilti
followiiiK lahli'H show very niicly that limitu, too. As will In- seen, a variation
aroomorynofl ia Dot uiwava to bntnm '" i,',,,i f hut i-vo rovolatioai iir
Title (iunrantec&Loan Co. '' " lltloiwohowo!
iiromulKatt il at
"Wliereaa. tin- act of I90B aiiiironriat-
f loo lOlt d00l HOI run iiniform from mlnutui but,! a dlffOTOOOO of flv por ing ni'm.-y for the erection ol OOttOgOO 00
lime lo tin,,.. In tin IPOriOMOU at ' ent fat. Ily nMUlflg 110 pOttBtU 'lOOO I th grooodo Ol Iho QtOtO of QfOgQB Qt tBO
the OOllogO, the MtOOl reulta of which i '"'Ik l",r boor IbtOMgh IbO machine, the I aolilleri' home at Booofarg ..rovi.les shM
010 Mown boloW, tbo MM milk was li-1 " rnisiM per cent. Itetwi-en eolUifc are to he oTiioiel hy the in
vhle.l Into dllforOOt lot OOd OOOb lot of OtpOfOtltiK .1 ll per cent ami : per cent mates of the home an.l their ies. ami
milk wan icnt lliroiiuh the machiiie im- mere wua a nillerence ol 0 n-r cent
Governor Obambarlalo rMtod the sol
iliera' homo at BjOOObOfg a few ilaya ago
aiel lovOftigateil tin- cotlaue system for
the BOOplog of aoliliera' wives with their
hMbondOi aay the Statesman of Salem
After eooiolllog with the olflcerc aid
with prominent (iraml Army am) Helief "" 'e to tm OonlMJwd or DMdiflod by
Corp ollicera, he formulate! the follow promulgation of tltOM ru!o."
iii rules, which will h:
"Three Occupant of Saul cottages
ahall bo MbJOOt to all the mlea and
regulations that are provided for the
government of the home, ami the power
ia veated in the commandmant Ui honor
ably or other wine dint barge audi In
mnte.a and require them to vacate aaid
cottages, when in hia judgment the lieat
interest ol the home and itn inmatea
may aeein to require.
"Four Kulea and regulation! for the
admission of aoliliera lo the home are in
BY POLITICAL MAN
"HERE THEY GO."
Your price in ours. ,1'rofita will be
overlooked in thia aale. Pianos, Organs,
('iiitara, Manilolina, Violina, Sheet Mn
ic, Hooka all to go. Twelve or fifieen
of auch well known pianoa aa the lamoui
Chicago Kirnball, the popular llohart
M. ( able, the Jacob DoU, the Weser
Brot., many toae.1 pianoa; the beautiful
Raiiey anil many others. Any man with
a aalary of forty to fifty dollar can own
one of these beauties. We will expert
$10 down, and $7, H, or I0 per month.
See oar show windowa for bargains in
Sheet Mnaic ami Inatrurnenta, Call or
I I tl Kraa'a Mraic Hocaa.
J, U. Ill
II l IIhhiimh.
NOf, ami Trraa
umro In lbi Court Minna. Hare iho only oom
pipte mi or ibatroot baoki in Doontaa Oooot
Anttrotta anO OarnOoaiaa of Tltla foroialuOoi
Dootiw 1 amotf laod ind alalai !,m govt
also a cim jiii d m, ofTractofl of all Urwnihtp
plnoj tn too goaoborg, omgno, P, a. LnodDU
trlct. Whl maki, Mni print , oplafl nt any lowu
BREWING & ICE COMPANY
The l.argeat and Heat Equipped BtOW1
cry in Soul l,. ru Oiegon.
Boooborg Boorhooo RepotoUon through
nut the County lor It
ami purity BOOM Health.
Ilrewed only from ieleotod Itarley nod
Special Ilrewed llottle lleer ( iiir Specialty
Hired delivery to your realdencn In
qOOatlllOl "I one tin. or nior.-.
I in the teal ol the reMilting cream ami a
difference of IK) ilegn-eH In the tenijH.ra
tOlO Of the aama lot of milk ladng nepa-
rated oonaod a ror lotion of g peroral In
the teal of the i renin.
Aa It ia very dlfflOOlt Ui get theae con
dlttoOJO alike every ilay the cream ahip-
i ping I'nirou hiioiii,! iook ror u lillereiire
"Wbereaa, eight cottngea are now
ready lor occupancy by OoMIOTI who are
otherwise eligible for admiaaion and
tboir wivoo, ami it hi ooeaooory to pro
viile rtllea governing the admiaaion of
wlven ol inmatea ol the home or of thorn
who may hereafter la; admitted, there
fore, ' I, Coo. !! Chamberlain, aa governor
j in ine trailer lat content M the . ream, i f the tate and u apet ial rom.nia.ioner
I mni nhoiild not blnme the creamery lor I unde. the aaid ant ni I0AR tn aar.. Ml
the provlaiooi thereof, with the advice
I X I KItlMKN i i.
VoriotiOOl of fat in cream due lo van
atiou in I ,, nepatator :
Machine No, I, revolntlom oi crauk
per mill. 15, cream teal 17 per cent.
Mm bine No, I, revolniionn of crunk
per mill. B8, cream tent 4'J pel cent.
Mooblno No rovolotloni ol crank
l' , ni,,, 1 1 , i, ,in 1,-r.i om per uwna,
..... ...' .Honuutii. inni occur.
Mm Inn,' N., 2, revolution of crank , ,
Jr . M in till oonneotlon It li wol to nay a
per mni. I ... i mum lent LH per cent, , , '
fi.u ui.r.lw r,ii, ... 1 1 II... ...I .. I ; I : . .. . r
kiinming a thick cream. If a thin
in rule of cream In nkimmed. eav for tnmnli a SH I n lla,.i..... ,i.....
' ""'nKl i.'jiniuiiriit (HCMnriiv UI IIIH
DOT n ut i ream, it will take junt twice aa Wooian'n Relief OoTpO, do thia 10th tlay
ll.a. por hour, I many OOM to nip it in an if tented tfOT f .o,.,imri najr,, promulgate the fol-
1 IHr rtMit . am! flu cv iimn nti 01 001 oaflll i . .
p - . - i" ewraewo mJ- IOW 1 1 1 n, nilUPJ .
DOT hour, U-double in the former 0000. Now thia "One-The application for thead
IIOqOlUoaiUMn 0 the doirjrrOon who minion of the wife of auch inmate or of
DOT hour, nbipnnnv amount , ream. The butter I the aoldier who may hereafter become
,.v. ,.,, tri in u,e .ream unit lie audi inmate, mnt ii, . om named bv
Ihey Appeal to Our Sympalhiea
The hiliou ind dyipepll are conatant
auffernra and Oppaol to our nympatlnen
I her ia not one ol them, however, who
may not Iw brought back to health and
happiiiee by the uae of Cliamlierlaln'n
Stomach and l iver Tableta. Theae tab
leta invigorate the ItOmOOh and liver
and itrOOgtbon tbo digeetion, They alno
regulate tho bowolo, ror nale by A. C.
Marnti ra V Co.
K I'kMI Mk NT II.
Variation dm to vorlotlon
Mm blue No I, 4H(I
cream tent M p,.r cent
Machine No. 1, MO
i reuin toil IKI pot cent.
Machine No L', f'.'.')
Broom tent ill er cent.
Machine No. 'J, .1110 Iba. per
Cream tent 98 p.-r rent.
Vorlotlon due to varying richnea of
Machine No. 1, milk teat I par cent,
i ream teat 17 per rem
Machine No I, milk teat H cr cent,
cream tent I'J per OMt,
Machine No. , milk teat .g percent,
cream tent per relit.
Maobina No. I, milk teat I per cent,
ream teal per cent.
Variation due to varying temperature
of milk :
milk at SO deg
and npon the lagoeetion ol T. E, Iliiin,
deportment oommondor of tlio (iraml
Army 'il the Kepublic, nnd Mm. Jennie
, ,,. ,,nin n.r, no u in to inn advantage to aatinfa. torv l-roof of marriaire. No wife
hlpthlolBM OOMOatnlOd a form aa I of a aoldier having married iubsequent
iniaaioie. Annie Irom lliln tluck cream
(Hiaaeaaea laitter keeping (piality, not
Onring a quickly aa the thinner cream.
When the cream ia thin it aoon aoura
ami the coagulated curd greatly inter
ferea with the accurate tenting of the
cream tlma creating a poeaibilitv of loaa
through an incorrect teat to the put run
who iliipi a thin cream. In order to
to.iune L'7, 1H90, can lie admitted unlen
The following ia floating around
Kaatorn Oregon :
"Tbe populace of Kabhitvilla haajuat
held a rnaat meeting and ev'ry voter io
the precink waa preaeiit, republirann,
demnrrata, popnlarint and mttlirnliate ;
! aaya the Irrigon Irrigator'! correnKind-
eat. A lot of bHOMOJ waa did, but the
moat pro.ninent waa the ratifyin' by
I yewnamiuoii votee of theae here specifi
cation". To Mr. Senator Mitchell and
Mr. Congreeomen Williarnarm, to whit;
Weraraa and Wearfore jewriea of your
feller poOTI has denounced you boath aa
giny aa tne otlier ami mebte moreao,
Mitchell bein' the kyte and Williamaon
; bein' the tale, and both of vou fiyin' too
high, and not bavin' dew reapeck for
Uncle Sam' farms and lettin of 'em be
j grafted; and Mr. Congreaeman Binger
I Hermann lein' dead anyhow and jest
w alkin around to beat a graveyard, and
-tan-Im non compus mentua with the
government; Xow, we -all, It he citzena
of Kabbltvllle, in the County of Morrow
! and state of Oregon, as. don't nukkle
down and beg you to renin.- for you ain't
Choice Fruit Trees
All the leading varieties of choice fruit
trees, warranted firat-claaa in every re
spect. Yellow Newtown Pippins ami
Kpitr-enbergs a specialty. At reasonable
price. At the Kosebnrg Nursery.
4-tf V. O. Box 92.
TIMBER CLAIMS AND HOMESTEADS LOCATED
I have some good claims, farm and
ranch lands for tale, reasonable, in one
of the most beautiful valleys on tbe
coaat, write or phone to
Wm. M. Porter, Camas V'allen, Ore.
m28 llec I, w. from Roneburg via Mrrtle Point
save express charges and to inaure the ment may seem beat calculated to pre
IM was, prevlou. to the last named date ! KOt n"thJin to re"iDe but you ,re in oor
the wife of . soldier. ,nQ we 'oa " 10 "nmejtt, or
'Two-ThecoiBmand,n.ntoftbebom I" D,uc1' Pe1'r yn n git a move
subject to the approval of the governor, I ' ,,0Jg0 "ngle nd vral, obowt a
.hall be sole judge to the ,aalific.-! 1,Umired nd 80 mile out in tba 8Peciflc
tion. of applicants for admi...on ami ! 0cf ndd'7' youaelvee dead, dea.1,
may act favorably upon such applica-1 ,m! Uod have mercy on your mil
ium or reject the same as in his ind- "urm wneaiw eoaj, Amen.
Machine No I
test 4H per cent.
Machine No. 1
teat i'J wr cent.
Machine No, -teat
89 ht cent.
Ma, bine No. 2
tent :itl n.r cent.
In experiment I the name lot of
keeping quality of tbe cream, skim so
that it will teat from 36 to 45 per cent,
for it will mean a large sum of money
in yiair p.n-ket in the course of the
erve the good order and discipline
the In. me.
milk at MO deg. cream
milk at HO deg. cream
milk at UK) deg. cream
W. R, Vinson wai in to spend Satur
day and Hunday with hi sick son,
Kalph Vinson, who came to this city
from Cleveland to attend the Kosehurg
public school, hut who has la-en ill with
typhoid fever for soin, days, but who is
now in i M-1 1 belter.
Coos Bay Option
I hold an option for 30 day more on
valuable Coo Bay peninsula property,
t 100 per acre. Adioiuing acerage has
sold for 126 per acre. Can't handle al
under the option time nnd wiofa some
one to take ' of 40 acres tract. Partic
ulars address K. K. If., 1 10 Wash., St.
Remember that oar leading tailor, J.
A. McDougal, ii still on deck, with a
I fine line of the best sample the market
produce. He is ready to put op suits
to please the most fastidious. Mc is
second to none on the Pacific Coaat as a
fitter and maker, and bis itaff of work
men cannot be excelled. Yon would
do well to call early and leave your
order. Hemember, what fit well, wears
well. Cravenette overcoatlDgs in many
uillerent shades. ss-tf.
"Enameled Ware beyond compare",
Stransky Ware 88-7t
Sick headache is earned bv a disorder
ed condition of the etoniache and is
quickly cured by Chamberlain' Stom
ach and Liver Tablet. For sale by A.
C. Marsters & Co.
The Daily New of Denver,
on December 29. 1806, says: "It ia
rarely, indeed, that Denver is favored
with such vocal execution and instru
mental as well. When it is aaid that
tbe work of the Quartette ia beyond
criticism and tbe other performance
tbe work of professionals, the truth ia
told. It waa a rare privelege, thorough
ly appreciated by tbe andience, to listen
to tbe wonderfnl voicea of the Quartette
in their harmonious blending and sur
prising range, and there waa not a num
ber on tbe program but secured an
encore. Yon can enjoy the same treat
that Denver did at the Opera House on
Mr. W. B. Evan, Clearwater, has.,
write: "My huaband lay ick for three
months. The doctor said that he had
quick consumption. We procured a bot
tle of Ballard' Horehound Syrup and it
cured him. That waa six vears aao.
Sinee then we have always kept a bottle
in the house. We cannot do without it.
For coughs and colds it has no equal."
25c, 60c and ft, Sold by A. C. Marsters
& Co. n
10c and 15c.
THE STORE WITHOUT A RIVAL
FISHER & BELLOWS COTAflY
Next week we will have another supply of
goods to redeem outstanding premium tickets.
Bring in your tickets and get them counted.
Winter Weight Cotton Fabrics.
-1. ' K: . l .i
Ba UUVt 11
ular wash fabricn are hr in tli rmt.t a
. wmmm e v ' k v o l. itiju IIIW.1l
COmprehengive assortment ever shown. Complete lines
in all that is wanted in every imaginable shade. The
highest (juaUtieB are linked with the lowest prices
prices, in fact, lower than like quality goods have
ever been sold before.
Dark Percales, Usual 12 l-2c Quality, 10c. 1 ,000 yards
best quality dark Percales, in full assortment of new patterns; dots,
slripes and figured effeds. Guaranteed fast colors. Usual price,
1 2 1 -2c; our price, 1 Oc.
Outing Flannel, 5 l-2c to 11c. Hundreds of yards of best
grades of Outing Flannel, in light, medium and dark colors. A
large assortment of patterns to select from. Unusual values, 5 l-2c,
6 l-4c, 8 l-3c, 10c and He.
Napped -Back Covert Cloth, at 12 l-2c. 25 pieces napped
baclc Covert Cloth a new Fabric, jus! out this season; and as us
ual we are first to show new goods suitable for Children's school
Dresses, Ladies' Wrappers, etc., at 1 2 1 -2c.
New Lace Stocks
& Fancy Neckwear
Make yourselves al home al our slore -lhe store which
has provided a commodious Receplion Room for use of
yourself and the lady or gentleman whom you may wish to
S Free Telephone and Stationery al your command.
It's for your use, and whether a palron or not, you are
Apron Ginghams, best quality, 6 l-4c. Best quality Ap
ron Checked Ginghams, all sizes of checks. Colors blue, brown
green and black. They are the genuine Amoskeage Ginghams,
sold at other Stores from 7c to 8 1 -3c. Our price, for a short
time, 6 1 -4c.
Fancy Flannelettes, 10c, He, 12 l-2c, 16 2-3c and 20c.
A great assortment New, Fancv Flannelettes, in full line pretty
na t lpr"nc' lirrhr n, Jinm . ... 1 . 1 .J. 1 . ' 1 1 t II
r""v"i "bwi Miwiutai anu uain. cuiuis; suitaDie ror an purposes p
dresses, wrappers, waists and kimonas. Unusual weight and I
Qualities, 1 Oc to 20c. 8 I
Printed Cambric, 15 Cents. Another new fabric this season
is a Printed Cambric like Lonsdale Cambric it's full yard wide
and very fine texture. Absolutely fas! colors, all in neat small pat
terns; colors: red, blue, gray and brown; the yard, 1 5 cents.
Out-of-Town Orders Filled Promptly.
Write Us for Anything You Want.
Ladies' Cloak and
FISHER & BELLOWS COMPANY