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lIKCORPORAKD UNDER THl UWS Of ORICON
2 A BooK of Interest more ab- J
Mfbing than the ttOft thrilling I
work of SctiOD is a Bank Book.
2 Its talc ij never too long, nor w
its panes too many, anil the
long row of figures. si dry in
Z other books, is intensely inter-
esting. Bat in onier to enjoy
its pages, each man must own a
Z book. The way to do this is to
open an aeeount with the
Commercial Bank, y.y--
IN FULL SWING
at the Pig Store of
Stearns & Chenowith
Yonealla's headquarters for every
thing in the line of General Hard
w ire, Stoves and Farming Imple
ments. A Bargain in Plants
Send us 50 cents, anil wo
will send you, by mail, eight
varieties of hardy Flowering
Shrubs, mailing size. Or
twenty different kinds by ex
press, for $1.00. Catalogue
will be sent you on request.
Southern Oregon Nurseries
OAKLAND, - - OREGON
LARGEST STORES IN
Stearns & Chenowith
COLLINS HOTEL !
Z H. A. Collins, Proprietor I
Oakldnd, - Oregon J
Home Cumf irt
Brsmblaa Bast nml
uivbU. Ki; -liable ttstn.
THE RACKET STORE,
MRS. IDA BUN VAN, Proprietor
ircrylh;ii' New uri l Prli M Kllrlit. New 'iooili!
luiug all lht lime. QTvs u. s trial.
YONCVLLA, : - OBBOOM
THE McCURDY HOTEL, I
Mrs. A. E, McCurdy, Prop'r.
The best oi attaptloa to the tr.veilug
public. KasiuiI.;. cVlsrK".
E. M. BROtJKS,
WATCHMAKKR 4b ftl'l'ICIAN,
OAK1.AN1J, - OffftOON
C. ROSS KING & CO.,
yoncalla, - Oregon
AMATKLK 1'KACl CA1 WA C11MAKKR
vriV.uir'11 Cmyonville, Ore.
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The I nulir n.'.i tfnrv nf Current
as Recorded- by our WideAwake Ncwsjathcrers
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I9Q5 DECEMBER I9Q5
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Days Creek Iknu
Mr l. fata visited liie son, Hem, Sat-u-day
Mrs. Myrtle Wilson oi this place, be
came entangled in a plow a lew days
ato, andwas dragg.d unite a distance:
bad it not been for the timely asitance
tf Mr. Wood, she might probably have
h en killed.
Mr. and Mrs. Merver ol hlk Creek,
visited in this locality a few davs ago. at
tha home ot Mr. and Mrs. C V. Wood.
John Chaney and wile made a husi ness
trip to Myrtle Creek tirst of the weeK.
Cards are out announcing a farewell
party. In honor of Miss Faro Bwbar,ho
intends to start lor Nebraska in a few
Zed Chancy, whe recently came from
Washington and settled he-e, hal bt tight
a tine driving hcrse that has a record oi
3.4'4 on the road. He purchased t tie
animal of Jes Tiller.
riiosv present at Mi's Hassler's party
were as follows: Roy Fines:, Dolph
I., w is, of l'erdue; Art Moore, Bert
Moore. Frank Dietch. Ed l'erdue. New
ell Wood, Kelly lVals. Carl Heals, Jack !
Perdue, Krauk Pool, II. H. Oidney, J. J. !
Pool and David late. Misses Wither
ltd Ethel Moore, Ainyand Mary I Notch,
I'. irons Heals, Mollie Iliggins and hern
it. MeMlauies Myrtle Young, I..
M. Pool, snd Mrs. DVid Kale.
Jim Iteckley, of Kiddle, i here huying
turkeys for sn 1 ak'.and firm.'
Mr. and Mrs. .1. J. Pool were the
iiieuts of II. H. OldlWy Thursday even-
Andrew Morley. of UiJdle was on our
Quito a few accidents have happene
in the lut few days. Miss May Wi lard
was thrown Iron her horse and quite
badly hurt. Frank Itevnnlds was thrown
I iutn a wagon ami his shoui ler trac
turad, and a stranger on Coffee Creek
eanM i:i OOOtatt Kith a saw and loot hie
Mr. Shaw is hauling cedar osts from
Day! Croak to (tnco his ranch near l'er
due It is reported that the Ur-t of next
in iiith th- mile- near Myrtla Creek will
put 00 a cr-w of about 60 men. several
o. the boya ol low sootion are intending
to work ihere for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. l'erdue an 1 son, Jack
ar.d Mr. and Mrt. Wat, Raymond were
guests of Mr. ami Mrs. tale Sunday,
H. H. tiillieyis now in tin; employ
0( La Aeh, of BiddlOi doing carpenter
The weather is unite cool, hut no frost
yet to do any harm .
Corn gathering is all through with
h re atfSi pOOpla ars? boginning to fatten
their hogs for the Portland ::iark t.
Word was received a few days ago
from Qao. L Carmicbaal, the proles.
olnoal nioiul tuner of ' I- ri.l-o. that he i
would make t.is ai.i.i-aiai.ce in Days i
Craah in the ti"r future. His many
Maude will be ulad to shake band with
iii -ii once inor.-.
The dance at John Haokl was a grand
success and OOQtiOUed till u lata hour in
DATS CUES ICHOOl MOOgAM
Song by tlie icbool.
Debate) "Baaolved, that education is
of more iinportain e than great riches"
U. S. Departnient pf Agriculture, Weather Bureau.
Data for Twenty Years Station at Rose-burn, OruLfon
Average highest temperature
Average low temperature
Mean average temperature 12! years
Average total rainfall: : . .
AYNga No. days .04 ol lain fell
Average snow fall in inches .
Hottest day on record
Oddest day 00 record
Hight honrlv vi-loeitv of u i-..l
Prepared by Thos.
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I v.MiU it NI.Mfihhnrimi Unintc A-':
Maids Heals, captain id nttirniHt ivi , Ar
lion Monro, MpUtln of negative.
RwltattoO, Aiiiih Dletoh.
" Newell WihhI.
Heading, Fred Perdue.
Blotch 'if Columbus, Wm, Rachor,
W lily Saying, Fiankio Neimnr.
Kri Itation, Rath Boyle,
Song, "America," by tehool
isitnrs were : Mrs. V. II. Hsyniond,
Mrs. K I It'll 1 lanks and John Hanks.
Nyrtlr Crttk Musings
Jack Frost has returned.
Wadding balls are ringing,
BomOOl OQr yOUOJI men have pngilistii
Miss Jennie Roberts left here Thnrs
day night for Ari.omt, seeking battel
Kemick Fate passe,! through our city
Wi-dnesday enroute to Kosehurg
. K. Wilder snd '.Mho Sellers re
turneil to Myrtle Crtvk Tuaoday, from
Weeds, Cat., where thev have Urn
J working during the summer.
Miss S i. lie Humphreys spent several
I days in Cauyonville this week visiting
N. Selig has bOM dealing ettensivelv
111 turkeys, having shipped shout 700
' during the week.
1 u. w. Bvrnatt, our popular agant,
'has ncc 1 te I a place with that). It
: .V N. Co ; las place is tilled here by A. It.
W. V. Bates has gone to TnCOBM w ith
a car of ore from the Rattier mine.
MrS. Alice Andrews returned to her
home at Cbloo, Cal., on Saturday.
Mrs. Kate Powoll is touring the south
end o i the county, canvassing (or a Chi
Cag 1 clothing firm
Quite it iiiiiiiUt of strangers ata t tail
nig Myrtle Creek, seeking hotiien. They
have 110 donht heard of our many ad
vantages and Nriah to make their bomOS
111 a laud of milk and bonoy.
.1. I., and C. i Chaney liave Isatad
the Ady ranch I ' ... mnes east of town.
Myrtle Oraoh can tsi.tst of ha. ing mure
boya who can play solo, drink whikxey.
use obaOBM language on the street and
boot Op the tow n in general, than any
f its aiaa on tin- Pacific t.'oast.
Byes mora of the i'mppia.
Glendslt'i Welcome Budget
Mrs. Florence Hewey is now in tbil
city. She expects to leave in u lew ihus
,jr u,.,,,, N,.Vada.
Mrs. H. A. Jones and her daughter
I Mi-s Eva Jones, visiti-d Mrs. am Mar
tin at her baantiiul homestead home
north of this city last week.
A. O, Hamilton and U. M. M'Mire are
at home now after several weeks spent
working on tin- Mule Creek trail.
Mr-, sam Kiosay, woo ha boon quite
ill lately, is now some batter, we are
pluaseil lo tay .
Olivet S. S. is to have a Christmas
' tree. The preliminary arrangements
I vera made last Bonday, by appointing a
I oomtnittes, vis: Rov.O, T. I'ratt, Mrs.
I . It. Miller and Mrs. it. K. Montgom
ery Sai l couilnitiee shall appoint all
other committees, and a splendid
Christmas for the little folks and a gao
er.il good tune is anticipated.
Our community is justly indignant
over the act of vandalism that was per
petroltod in the killing of live head of
tine Angora goats belonging to u . .
liernsteiii near t .is city. The goat that
was bodily wounded died yesterday. As
r. I,i-r II- I I II
Mr. Bernstein li one af our boat citi"
i!t'"" w" doai
not know ol having an
enemy, it is thought to have been don.
by boya joat lor aport. II they
I ( they are de
teOted they will discover too late that It
is rathoi ileal sport (or tbem, stand
ing rew ard of I SUM in olfered lor in
formation that will lead lo the detection
of the guilty parties.
Wm. Oatnaoh and 0. A. Wilson, two
ol out landing citizens have just returned
from u bualnnaa trip over the south
counties, Jackson and Josephine.
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Gibson, U. S. forecast, off Ileal,
r W s,.c.,m. tl.e l il nt fi Ho'
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' 1 1 iji 1 1 1 1 a u Hi . i if-minie, in ii iii h
Portland Hospltsl, Whitha' he went for
treatment for injuries leculved In this
city four vears ago. We sro Informed
1 1 nt t his condition is critical, and uuiy
W. Di Smith is huildintt n home (or
Mr. and Mrs. S. Martin M their home
stead, which will greully improve the
appaaranoa ( ihalr pim e.
Miss Nellie Flint. o( Angola, Indisiiii,
will spend the winter in Sacramento,
Gal,, as the gUaal ill her hrotln r and hi
wile, Mr. and Mis. (Tins. Flint, who
were formerly of tiletidale.
The Tottens, C P. ami W. I Totten,
have sold out their nice larni to K. R,
Kadflald, snd 111 future will reside in
Balfour Spiker will leave foi other
holds in a (en Jays. He is one ol our
boat business men and he will heml'sed
b in- formal ooatonan ami many
other frlandl who wish him ahundillit
There is urn Lire al tha DrU store,
Mr. Spenser, while we all nlaa Call
Hmlthi who roaignad Iran the same
In the case of little Rthal JaOQUMi
the six yeai old daughter ol Mr. snd
Mrs. Andrew Jacques, who was so sen
OUaly bnmad six weeks ago, tie attend
ing physicians. Irs. Set her an I Mewnrl
performed the onoratlon of skin grslt
Ing "ii her today.
A K .hi M poisons
the call (or volunteers, and
made the sscrilice ot isssing
under the surgeons kmle in order l
la-neiit srienci and for the relief of the
little one. Thirty two panoM con
Intuited and alter ihat the , lectors con
elttdod to n si thai! patient lor the pros
ant, a the grantor part of the sore was
covered, it. I., harhv assisted the
loctors by a.dntlniatrating the amies
tint cs to the patient, w lule 1 lar i v I.
Pratt handaged the arms of those who
had given ol their cuticle fur the little
one. 0, I1. I. sue passed the candidates
into the operating room, while jroui
Correspondent had prepared their anus
lor the knife At the last we most
llbeorfull) harol our arm for tin- knlta,
and Willi the largecrowd present weull
join in the hope that it will lead to her
paody racovary. Mr. and Mrs. w. s
Month of ttalesville were there lining al
to assist in tin household daparttnoni
and in everv way ailing the sural)
troubled parents and tha uncle hy then
great sindnoaa and naofnhMaa, Mr. ami
Mrs. Jai pieH and Mr. Sidney JacOOOl
reipiest me In expre-s tln-ir daop grati
tilde to all who were piestvnt, and to as
sure them bow fully it is appraclalad
The I 'rs. Set her ami Hte, art are young
moo ol ability ami of high itandiog pro
fessionally , and their hui css in thin In
oniity IiHh boon very tinted, and we si
(aol sure the resull in this case will be
Nrws from Ktddlr
The Plaindanlor is pleased to sn
noijnce thul hereafter our readers will
enjoy reading the news from Kiddle. a
sn excellent correspondent has been
procured Iron thst thriving locality.
Mrs. Clara McLanghlin was seen in
tbil vii Inity one day la-l week.
K A Kruae, O. Boonjand il Jurgeni
made a Hying trip to lonnonetday ia-t
ti- ma lavi wa llo- gllolt of her
aunt, Mr-. T. Whitsett, VVednesday,
ii Boon area helping Mr. H.'Jurgon
hill her last week.
Hteva Kearm made a Hying trip lo
Mr. C. P. Arogel loal one ot his line
work horses l ist week.
Mi. Waller Roberta, ol Arm .ua, has
retnrnad lO her home alter a luief visit
with Mrs. I: S. Ingram.
The farmers of Peer Creek nr.- selling
their larmi and are. thinking of going
John Mi K. in was rilitinf the nbool
Nout Howe was seen ill this vicinity
laat Hunday. Poach and Judy.
M. F. Calalian, oi Wardton, was on
our streets Tuesday.
F. 0, Good made two trips to Kose
hurg last week. f t
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Conn Jr., of Mel
rose visited K. II. Crane and family last
WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT
U. S. WEATHER BUltfcAU. 10CAL OFFICE, ROSERURQ, ORECON
w naJi ending
Kainfall for Wook
Total Kainfall since 1st of Month
Aver.i iff prtolpitfttioB for thin month for 28 fitfl
Total rainfall from Sept. I. 1906, to date
Average rainfall from Soptrl ko dtU
Total exce.sH from Sept. L, 1906, to date
Average precipitation for 28 wet HeasonH
Notice to the Public.
Having finished a oompwtt course
In tlptomctry in a Kpotwlt College
of ( 'phthaliuology in ChioggO, I am
now prepared to make thorough ex
amination of the eyes, and to tit
I glasses accordingly. lives ajxgnlnM
free, lllu.-sos titled, and the lenses
1 changed every month, if necessary , to
F. KIRKPATKICK, M. D . Oph. D.
RIDDLE, - OREGON
Fine TurKeys and ChicKens
DrooM Gobbltrt, fully mttuftdi l
to 2yvirH old. wih .'!' to 40 lbs;
hen turki'VH. fully nuitttrodi wftlgh
20 t( 27 lb(4. Pill6tl stork ifl stuti.
MRS. J. H. SHORT. ROSEBURC, ORECON
lhr long lookrd tor I ound at last
All forms of lung trouble,
nich as Hemorrhage Pneu
moniSi Cold n the Lungs,
Tuberculosis of the Lungs, oi
Cough oaused by any form of
:uir' trouble, cured by Cole's
Consumption Cure. M a d e
and soltl by
Geo. I:. Cole, . ( . NirstersctCo.
Mtillll CRUK. ORI ROSt BURC DDI
JT. B. RIDDLE, Prop'r.
First-Class A commodations.
Everything neat and clean.
Bar in Connection
Pine Liquors of all Kinds are
krut constantly on hand.
Riddle, - - Oregon
There wdl l.e a MastUerad
llunsaker'a Hall, Myrtl
on i bankaglving night,
riled to att. u.l.
Von are i
I, .wis Halm mid I W. Inglea made a
bueioeii trip over t" Wllbui rhuraday.
F. M. Q I, our post master and mer
chant, brOUglll on a good stock ol goods
Ian Htieno! baacoropleted reaidenca
and a luirn on his ranch here.
Arthur Morgan is attend ing school at
Colas Vall.-y this ve.u .
Mr. Hera to re, you ought to u. out
w ith voiir aOVOte exterminator irom I he
VaV they are howling around these
Lewis Halm mid lamlly, I.. V. Ingles,
i.ioiiT a.io in. . iv ... . . ..I'liii'. .
Slid Joshua AidorOOU cal'.-.l on Lewis
Mm .ran and family one evening last
The box social was a grand siiccess,
110.08 being taken in which will make a
gisid start on paying (or an organ.
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Colta Valley Inquiries
in a lotfenl laaue our fjieudi al Colea
Valley requested the I'laiudealer lo give
the mimes of the United Mates Consuls
now doing duty for I Hcle .aii(. in sev
eral foreign countries. Homo of these
nra have found, but ona r two grgyol
unknown to us. Those wn are sure ol
urn as follows: Ktiglund, VVhltoiaW
Heid ; France, (Jharlinjiyne Towiir ; Itys-.
eia, Robert S. McCormiCk ; Austria, Bel'
lainy KUirtsr. Thqso ill doubt are : I iei
many, OnarismayiiaTowfcr, having been
relieved ; Italy, (ieorgn V. I.. Meyer, lu
iug then) a few months ago mid Mexico,
to which country Powell Oluyton was
the representative. Wo hope to give
I he olher mimes at an curly dale. Pali
tor. They woir like iron, those (amoui
Oregon Bucklkin pants. Ma le in Ore
gon, out ol pure Oregon wool, ihej nag)
ii. .-J world foi wuriuth and sen ice.
You'll flndjtba right un at Jowphaon'i
.Nov. ir,, I'.inr.
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J. R. ROBINSON,
I'llVSII IAN ANIi -I RIIKl.S.
Painter and Decorator.
Riddle, - - Orei
RIDDLE MEAT MARKET,
V. L Nichols, Proprietor
fisab Maata si an tun,-.. Qaaaa la aaaaaa, 'i to.
Ui'.i din Biarfcat sit..oi..
Ira l!. Riddle, Proprietor,
Riddle - - Oregon
Riddle Livery Stable
J. JJ. RUDDLE, Prop'r
(iood Turnouts on Short Notice
Hest of oare tafcea of teams
and rig! left in this Stable.
Located near the Hotel
FINE CHICKENS FOR SALE.
I-inn Hull Leghorn Uockarall and Huff
Plymouth Rook Cockerels lor sale. In
qnira of C. W. Thompson, l ldeuhower,
or addreas llox Dl.Houuburg.
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