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AN EXCLUSIVE TREAT FOR THE LADIES
We have mad arrangements with the Ladies' Home Journal to furnish our
store with their exclusive Patterns, each month, which ihe ladies of" Uost'iiurg ai il
Douglas County can have for the very nominal prices of ten cents and fifteen
THE PATTERNS ARE VERY PRETTY
And a Chart Model is furnished with each pattern. The ladies will appreci
ate this, as it bring! home to them the distinctive and exclusive styles of New
York aud Paris.
Furs, Wraps and Cravenettes
creations of the weavers' art.
ll the latest styles am
,iud Dress Goods, the
The People's Store
THE STORL-: OP EXCELLENCE
Areloulturs i' ths Public Bobooli
I'ruf A. M. Siiiuli ri, Nupt. IttiM'lnii'K
Public nii 1 1 inii Schools,
a lecture hy Pros I'. L Campbell, ol
iht BsSM l HivcrsUy, on Saturday
evening I'omploK' iogi-em.
All toni'brrs of tb sombiM'n part of
Iht' comity arc cxpvctwl to atU'Iul, A1.il
Ikll II IsOIIS Willi lll'C IlltOIH'SlCtl In t tin
lubjeel ot education art I'onllally III-
Itl'l P, It. II AMI. IN, I'll Supl.
Cannon's Book and
Statione ") Sto e
THEY ARE BEAUTIES
Set of Ten All Different
Cannon's Book and
Here and There
Sf" y ' SVT ) 9"?' ) 7 OK s&n Q '.v - :
BUitil to MMf At the
follow I tlstt-g:
" U-wifl)Ui"ri:U HftTpOt ',
" ll HoollfliBt TlQII1btw Co
aV BUI IUum'U Oo
P. J. Johnson, Jenti.it, "irave'a buihl
Lunch at Jennings' Bakery. 74tf
With your oil or gasoline stove use the
CAL1KOKNIA toaster. Just as useful I
on the wood stove. Its at Churchills.
Ijkdies, remember that yon can ifet
the Ladies' Home Journal patterns at I.
Abraham's store. M-tf
A glance at the show window of J. T.
Bryan, the jeweler, 'will convince the
public w ho carriea the ;"welry stock of
j FOB .
CAM. AT Jt
INFORMATION AS TO
Boy your plow and harrows of S. K.
Sykes. He has the best line to select
If you lime any metal, sheet-iron or
pip- w ork to do call on Winnie GsddiS.
His work and prices are guaranteed In
For crown and bridge work call an lr.
Insomnia and Indigestion Cured
"Last year 1 had a very severe attack 1
of indigestion. I could not sleep at j
night and suffered most excruciating
pains for three hours after each meal.
I was troubled this way for about three
months when I used Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets, and re
ceived immediate relief, aaya John
Dixon, Tullaniore, Ontario, Candada.
For sale by A . C. Marstors & Co.
Marster's New BlocK.
J. W. WRIGHT
Fire Insurance a Specialty. lur rec
ord of honorable dealing and prompt
payment of losies for the past fifteen
yearo il a guarantee to the insuring .
public of the absolute indemnity this
agency will provide in future. With
thanks to the insuring public for past
patronage, and soliciting a continu
ance of the same, 1 am, very truly,
J. W. WRIGHT.
I. J. Norman & Co.
SHERIDAN ST. NEAR DEPOT
STEARNS & CHENOWETH
OAKLAND AND O.N . A 1.1. A
hT Benicia Hancock KoUry Hill
Heversible Disc Plows aodlDouble Disc's
Duffalo I'itti Harrow!, Disc Cullers,
Bain Wagons, UejeeUe land Monarch
Malleable Iron Binaai, no hot biacnita,
but hot prices. Coyote wire fence by
the car load. 83-U
Have yon aeon it; the celebrated
CALIFORNIA toaster? You will And
It at Churchill's Hardware.
Enamr'.ed Ware with a Ave year guar
anty. Btranaky War. S8-7t
The Plaindealer ha.1 a reuest from
oae of its good friends and for some legal j suits
i .formation, which required the opinion
of some member of the legsl frati rnity,
accordingly tbe matter was referred to
Attorney -i.eneral Crawford, who an
swers a- follows :
"Your favor of the '.'1st inst., asking
whether the owner of land on a river
bank owns to the stream and if the own
er of land on a Btream can prevent any
one from fishing on the river bank ab
);iittini! on iiis land an l also whether a
roan who is fishing has the right to
fasten his nets to trie bank of the river,
has my attention. In answer, permit
me to say that thaaa questions would tie
effected in every case by the (acts in
such case, and it is very hard to state a
,-eneral rule that would apply in all
' However, it may lie stated generally
that the riparian owner on a meandered
navigable stream owns only to the edge
of the t-tream, but where an nnnavigable
-tream is the boundary of land, the
ownership extends to the middle; hut il
the stream is navigable, for any pOTpOM ;
such as floating logs, the public has an
'.isement to that extent and for that
x r pose. The riparian owner in any
MM does not own the water, but only
has a right to the use of it subject to
any use that may be held by the public
in general. In case of an unnavigable
-tream, the owner of land bordering on
Mob stream would have the right to
prevent any one from fishing on the
l ank of such stream for the reason that
.. wou.d be trespassing on private
lands, nor w ould any one fishing in inch
-tream have the right to fasten his nets
the bank without tne permission of
the owner whose land ia bounded by
''If it is a riyer in which the tile ebbs
and Hows, (the riparian owner owns to
high water mark and aw coelu not pre
vent fishing from the high water mark
or from anchoring nets below aucb
"These are a few ganeraltiea that may
possibly be of service to you, bnt I would
not attempt to pees on any question
without knowing the facta, which would
be impossible beforehand
Very reapeetfully yours,
A. M. Crawford.
For burnt-work ii-l on ' re a spe
cial grade of heavy, cloeely-woven can
vas is absolutely uecessary. We have it
in just the right width, so that not an
inch is wasted. Josephson's. . '.HJtl
If you want cold ham or delicacies
call at Jenniugs' Pakery. "HI
Regular " and t values in little boy'
si-a from three to Beven yMri
only, will be offered for the next ten
days at the incrediably low price of
18. 60, At Josephson's. U tf
Hawv W dwarwa !!
Herb. W. Ed warai of Dm MolnM, la.,
got a (all on an icy walk laat winter,
spraining hi wrist and broiling hia
kneea. "The next day," ha aaya, "they
wera so tore and stiff I waa afraid I
would ueve to stay in bad, but I rubbed
tbain wall with Chamberlain's Pain
Balm aud after a few applications all
soreness had disappeared. For aala by
A. 0. Maraten A Co.
Local Institute at Canyonville.
Arraogemeute have been made for
holding a local teacher's institute at
Canyonville on Saturday, Dec. B,
While program c not be an
nounced in full, the following s ubjects
have been aaaigned:
Arllhm c Jas. A. I)av f " k
land. Ceo. A. Crane, of Dillard, and
Lloyd Marquam, of Days Creek.
History A. L. lirlggt, I'r. s. Slate
Normal School, Uraii ; (ieo. Jone-,
Hoaeburg. and H.JS. Stlue, I'nn. Cler.
dale Public Schools.
f; ram mar George Sawyer, l'rin
Oakland Public Schools; Thurman
Chaoey, l'rin. rl eek Pi blic
Schools, and J. K. I at'.eiaoo l'rin.
WHbu Pu Schoo I,
Civic Prof. " ' aughm . Pi in
Riddle Schools, i delation of School to
Minerals of i regoo l'rof. J. L Kord,
Regular $H, f; and f' values in men's
fiiie trousers, including 'he very llnest
garments in our entire Stock, are offered
(or the next ten days at the uniformly
reduced price of V Saw them in our
window . At Josephson's.
Kxclusive novelties in ladies'
gloves at Josephson's.
A Judicial Inquiry
A well known IrUValllia man
visits the drug trade says he has often
heard drunnists inquire of customers
who asked for a BOOgfa medicine,
whether It was wanted for a child or lor
an adult, and if for a child thCJ alim st
invariably recommend Chamberlains
Cottgh Kemedy. The reamn lor thit il
that ihey know there is no danger from
it aud that it always cures. Tharall
not the the least danger in giving it,
and lor coughs, colds and croup in is un
surpassed. For sale by A. C Marslers
TbuHIIvs" udal awardad to Douglas
county at the St. I.oiih Kx posit ion , for
a tine fruit display, lo-s just been re
I ceivud bv County Clerk Agee and is
s miii to look upon. It will lie framed
; and will adorn one of the county offices.
J. M. LuapUTi one of the representa
tive larmers from Oaklanl, was trans
I acting business at the county seat last
week. Al we also BobCfl Stephens,
! C. E. Kolwrts ami K M Ainlrews of the
I'or the next ten days only, our regu
lar $11! shirtwaist suits will go (or $! HO ;
our NUglM I'H values lor 17.80. Al
' Joeepbsou'l. W t(
THE ECONOMY MARKET
GEORGE KOHLHAGEN, Proprietor
Wholesale and Retail Butcher. The best the Market
affords. All kinds of Stoadc Bought and Sold.
Koseourg rorainire company
SOME HKill SCHOOL
BITS OF NEWS
lU the absence ol Pro!. Wggntr, when
along to chapuront the foot lull tauuii
during Ita nmuI Jauol in the nuthruc
part ol the stHte, Mr. Blmur wum, ol
the class of "Oil, took his place and HIM
the ditiicnh position In a very eruditabla
Prof, Sihufer, ol the departinent ol
biatory, io tbu state university ol ore
got), Will deliver a luctUN in this city,
tomorrow vuaing upon, "Pacific OomI
History," and he comes under the ails
picesof the I'niversity KstCUSion Course
and hopes to arrance lor U course ol
that kind to bC given in this city durtOg
the winter mouths.
A set of Ihe "New International"
dictionary, consisting ot twenty-one
volumes, has jllt been received at the
High school, and will prove to l quitr
a line addition In the already good
library. This makes alsmt one thousand
volumes and this will show very wall,
sbao compared with any othef High
srhool in Oregon.
As the lirst term ol this school year
draws to a close, the instructors can
form some idea ol what kind of work has
been done. In ans er to the Plain
dealer's querv as to this matter, Siqier
intCUdOBl Sanders replied "We have
had a most excellent school year. Good
work has bMO done in all departments
and both teachers and scl ohirs hive lieen
lalKiring to make the heel possible show
ing ami they have done axcatdtogly
well. To my way of thinking., it has
been decidedly the last sc t. mi we
have bad since I took hold of this work
Of course this is truly gratifying both to
tiie teachers, as well as to the pupils,
and we know the friends of the school
will be grately pleased with such a
If you nre looking for furniture,
Stoyct) or Household Goods of Any
kind, call at our store and examine
i;ooils ami got price. : : : : :
i Roseburg Furniture Company P
FAMILY . GROCERIES
All of the best grades of staple and fancy
(jKOCIiKIES kept constantly oo hand.
And fresh fruit. Prompt service. Courte
ous tteatment. Bed tek juices and good
goods are our bids for your trade.
Roseburg Rochdale Co.
" nassa asw JT - . . at1
I he t.o-uperaiive urocery aiore.
THE CELEBRATED BAIN WAGON, MILWAUKEE AND OSBURN
MOWERS AND BINDERS, VICTOR RAKES, FEED
CUTTERS ROLLINC DISC PLOWS AND HARROWS.
HARNESS AND SADDLES A SPECIALTY
BEARD &. CULVER ihe hardware dealers
I Let Us Do Your Hauling S
'T SVs make s ipseialty of bsndliog Trunks, HouMbolrJ Goods, t
W and almost everything. The best of care taken of anything W
entrusted to w. Lesve'ordeis at the HeClallen House, or si
1 ruse & Newlsnd'a. sr
CITY TRANSFER CO.,
J F. D. NEWLAND, Proprietor 5
"O. TONSORIAL PARLOR
T. D. VBATHSRFORD, Hropiictor
Shaving and Hair Cutting) Hot and Cold
Baths. The Up-To-Date Establishment.
FRESH EVERY DAY
We make up fine Candies every day. We are ag
ents for Peters' Milk Chocolate, the Alden Can
dies, and the FamotuRamona Sweets.
Try One of Our Fine, fresh Boxes of Chocolates
They are pit up frees every day. We make a
specialty of putting up Fancy Boxes of Candy,
Try us and see for yourself.
If you want to buy a farm
If you want furnished rooms
If you want to buy a house
If you want to rent a house
If you want to build a house
If yon want to move a house
II yondon't know FAT V V
Call on or address ... fit
BELL'S CANDY STORE,
ff STAIN hUKU PURE T
It Hits the Spot. It Brings the Trade
The Whiskey that pleases all
Nothing Finer. Nothing Better.
TEN YEARS OLD QUARANTEED
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L B. LUTHEWES, Aieat, Koseiirc Orsfsa