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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1900)
New Spring Goods
T The Mild Winter has brought forth an Karly Spring and we
arc now prepared to show you an elegant line of
in Grey, Castor, Mode and the New Foulc Plaids. We also
have a very swell line of Silks, Mouscilline Dc Soie, Etc.
Come in and look them over.
non-com rn it tioried
be held at Armory
Our Millinery Department
( Will be quite a treat this Season as we have enlarged
) this Department and have secured the services of an
Up-to-Date Milllincr direct from the city.
In Gent's Furnishings
We still continue to lead and have received all the striking
No cities diicct from the Manufacturer.
I. ABRAHAM, Proprietor.
A careful analysis of our
Drugs and Chemicals
Will prove them to he of
Strength and Purity.
Our Stock is unexcelled in Oua'.ity and our
Medicines arc absolutely reliable.
I Accuracy V
A. C. MARSTERS & CO.
The Byron Horse.
ponmleil Day ami Night
v-zt. xs-w -V
J. F. BARKER & CO.
Wit V--A W 4W WiJ W-rf.a . At-- TMfer
Snow: Fin kev
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Try a box of Chocolate
Creams and lions Bous
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,iv4;',U?atStN' These wheels are better than
ever while the crice has not advanced. Come and see.
All goods fully guaranteed and sold on the installment
platij; yjiaiid .Instruments, : Guitars, Banjos, Mandolins,
' Violins,' Accordions,1 Autoharps. Iri "fact almost anything
in the musical line can be found at , : , .
T. (. RICHARDSON'S.
I'ln- Myron horsu now owned by J. It.
I'ixon will niiiku tUn ti.'iigon Bt Wilbur
Weduimduv and TlmrHilay cf each wt-ck.
At K istrlmrt; FtiJuy nm! Saturday and
t!ie reniiiiii'lcr '. the time at the home
of tln owner on the North Umpqiia.
One hay tinrsi1. hIkmiL 4 jfears old,
Lrandml "H"' on rixbt hhotilder, weiatit
about !K)i) or 100J poundi). Tnkfeu up the
iHh of March, at my pliwe in tiariten
alley, 2';. iiiilt-H f st of V ilbur.
Fifty j;ooil liiuherujeu, waxes 2 per
day. Fifty Knerl Uborers, wages f 1.00
Ca.MI'IIU.I. & Alexanuek,
We will er.il you the neoni-weekly
1'laindkai.kk 'and the Oregon Poultry
Journal, the tet poultry journal in the
Northwest, both for $1.75.
CARL 5CHMRSTEISS, Prop.
Were you ever in a baker
shop? You would see the
difference in cleanliness and
3'ou would understand the
purity of our bread.
and you will understand
why our CANDY is so
popular. S. CARROLL.
F. H. WOODRUFF'S
;For a prompt and first
class shave or hair cut.
Baths iu connection.
418 Jackson St.
tiny ilia mioce8 fickl'! urinder, o-ily
oflitprs of Co. i; will
next Thurmfay night.
The I'i.AixnKAi.i;it now has tlje moaj
rornplete job department in V.otwhuTg.
Call on M I'jr Job work.
jet price on wagons, baggiea, binders,
mowers and hay rakes of H. K. Hykea,
bi.'fore buying elcewbtre.
Location notices of both placer and
lode claims and all other kinds of blanks
lor ale at the I'laixiikalkk office.
Mi-ef e Mable Munn and ; race Stmpo
of this city, attended the Y. I. 8. C. K.
dintrict convention held at "YoncalU last
Scott Lander of Ibis place left on Fri
day night's overland far Portland, where
h will take passage on the BtearnBhin
F.lder about the "1th of this month for i
Dwight Keerf of Oakland, one of Do'ifl
lar county's genial native sons, was in
Koeehurg Saturday on business con
nected with the settlement of the Hill
estate. We acknowledge a pleasant
Prof. Waido Green, who was atone
time a momber of the Grants Pass band,
was a passenger on Saturday morning's
local from Han Francisco to Portland,
where he goes to join the Norris & Kowe
dog and pony show.
Albert Fmher, a couein of T. B. Can
non ot this city, waa a passenger on Fri
day night's overland returning to his
borne at Silvertpn from Manila, where he
whs a member of the hospital corps with
the 14th Inft., U. .S. A.
ACKLMS' DYSPEPSIA TABLETS
nre eold on a positive guarantee. Cures
heart burn, raising of the food, distress
after eating or any form of dyspepeia
Onn little tablet given immediate reliei
"j cts. and 50 cts. I-or ea!e at M. Y.
liapp's drug store.
MOKI TEA POSITIVELY CUKES
sick headache, indigesion and consipa-
sion. A deligbful herb drink. lie
moves all eruptions of the ekin, produc
ing a perfect complexion, or money re
funded. L'jctS. and 50 cts. M.F. Kappf
A bcx social will be given by the
Ladies Aid Society of the M. E. church,
on Tuesday evening, May lotb, in the
church parlors. Boxes will be Bol 1 for
25 cents each. Each lady is expected to
bring a box containing lunch for two
1 12.) Secretary.
Hereafter the forest raogers must pass
an examination, but it will be as to
their fitness for the position in connec
tion with their knowledge of the ceuntry,
abi'ity to ride and take care of a horse,
etc., and they won't have to have a
knowledge of Latin and trigonom
etry. The remains of the infant child of Kev.
and Mrs. F. L. Mocre, which recently
died in New York etate, arrived here
Thursday evening and were buried iu
Belle Passi cemetery, Friday. The Irody
waB accompanied by Kev. and Mrs.
Moore and her mother Mrs. Layman.
lice. II. Graves, (he uxu ' who sells
everything to everybody and cares not
who gets swindled as long as he holds
bis job, was again on our streets Friday
with his bunch of brooms upon his buck
shaking bands with his friends and
customers. Graves is a good, fellow and
has many . friends and customers here
who have traded with the Harry I'nna
Co. for years.
J. O. Stemmler, a prominent farmer
and stock man of Dora, Coos county, ar
rived in town Thursday, in company
with other stockmen, with a Urge band
of fine beef cattle for L. Kohlbagen, the
butcher. Our old frieud Stemmler made
us a pleasant call, and reported every
thing flourishing oyer in Coos, except
the demo-pops. Republican prosperity
has completely demoralized them politic
ally. Epwoitb League of the M. E. church
held its regular business and social
meeting nt the bonis of Kev. and Mrs.
George K. Arnold, Friday evening.
After the conclusion of the business ses
sion games and social converse occupied
the remainder of the evening in a very
pleasing manner. A very novel lunch
was served consisting of salted crackers,
Saratoga chips and lemonade which was
thorougly enjoyed hy all.
The Oregon National Guurd election
heldiu Portland Thursday resulted In
the cbosing of the following officers:
Third Kegimeot Cohnel, Edward Ev
rutt; lieutenant-colonel, K.G, Jubita;
majors, F. F. Kelly, G. C. Vou Egloff
ttein. Fourth Regiment Colonel, Geo.
0. Yorau; lieutenant-colonel, John M.
Foormao; majors, K. H. Leabo, John L.
May. First separate battalion, Frank- A.
Urad, major, Unanimous except for
ttitjgt ol tepautt fcatUiiju,
K'K rsfcffjKVTMr. fi.i:ti..
J- ' ''"ll.TtMii , j,,,,
O. V. I-H.xli.n of Multnomah
' " "" fi D-nton
V. J. nirui.lj ,,t i;mti:u
T- " y"r, Of Marlon
t')K H l-J'.f.MB JITX.E.
'. K. Uolvcrtoii, j)i T.!:i
FOB YmiU fOMMl-!i.VK.
J. . Kiii ley 0 Multnonwri
TI101. It. Torigue t,t VnUliijt'oit
FOR I'RO'Kf'l;TIVl) AIT'.KNKV.
Ceo. M. Hrown of roi!K'1
. FOR JOINT srVAT'iR
It. A nK)tll Of Jr,M.W,in.)
FOR .JOINT RKI'RKSKNTATIVF..
K. Ij. Hrlirs of Jek,it
COUNTyTepFbLICAN I TICKET.
A. . Miiroter Of Ktwctmre
FOR KEPRr-ENTATH K..
A. I:. Mattoon, '1: jrjK,ki"ii- Giasn
'. l!o" Kin? Of Yonrulll
FOR SII RR IFF. ' '
K. I'arrott of Boseliuri?
I. It. ."hninlirook of I iuj.o,nii Ferry
FOR TREA-.I RFR.
fi. V. fiiminf k ..Of Klkton
J. A. HtrrliiiK 0:irraiii
FOR M.'IIOOI. HI I-F.RINTENDF.NT. '
F. ft. Hiiinlin Of ftowliurs
M. J 1. Tliompson, OfHr-dttnliurit
A. K. Xkhols of KirMln
William BriKR- Of Cauyonville
FOR '.'ORONI P.
Ir. J. . Twit, hell .Of Rowbu r
Roseburg Precinct Officers.
K. J. I'.obinett Iii'iice of the Peaco
"ly .SIK imi Coni.tatl
Ilosr.ni HG, Ore , , May 14, 1000.
To the voters of Vcptjua precinct: I
have accepted Ihf nnination by the
republican party ; -oad supervisor
in district No. :''. 1 ill promise the
people of al! parties, if elected, to make
them a faithful servant and the best
roads possible with the means avail
able. Yours with regards,
Y. P. S. C. E. Rose Festival.
The second annual rose festival 111, der
tho supervision of the Y. P. S. C. E. of
the Christian church of this city was
celebrated at the Opera House Thursday
evening. The bouse was tastefully dec
orated with the C. E. colors, wreaths,
emblems of orders, etc., in solid mitsses
of roses. Directly in front of the stage
was a large arch of roses with "Y. P. S.
C. E. Rose Festival" in gold letters
across its face. Two lorg tables across
the parquet were weighted down with
beautiful roses, as was also several smal
ler tables on each side oearing the em
blems of the different orders and huge
boquets. , 4
The following program was rendered
in which each number received the
Vocal solo, "Asthore," Mies Georgia
Recitation, Selected, Miss Kate Fuller
ton. Vocal eo!o, Selected, Dan Langenbetif.
Recitation, '"John Maynard," Miss
Vocal s-jIo, Selected. Miss Lena
Piano solo, "LaGavotte," Wm.G.
Sauvlett, Mrs. I. Wolionberg.
Vocal solo, "Anchored," L. R. Trayer.
The following judges were then se
lected: Mrs. J. C. Aiken, Mrs. M.
Josephson and S. C. Flint. After care
fully examining every boquet and emb
lem iu the house the judges awarded the
prizes as follows :
Single variety First paize, Mrs. Y.
Willie. Second prize, Mrs. G. W, Bales.
More than five varieties First prize,
Mies Gertrude Kast. Second prize, Mrs.
F. V. Benson.
Most unique boquet Mrs. F. W, Ben
sou, Best executed lodge emblem Eastern
There were about SS entries lor prizes
besides the decorations, which far ex
celled that of -lust year and shows tiiat
our town people are fast taking an inter
est iu celebrating the reigu of our most
beautiful tliral decoration;
After the awarding cf the prizes, vvbka
were donated by our liberal merchants
aud business men, elegaut refreshments
were served upon tin stage from which
the society retted a good round sum aud
made the Rose Festivul a financial suc
cess as well as social.
' A good reliable man, married or single,
to milk and work on farm. Must b
honest; steady am! reliable. Steady em
ployment and right pay t proper