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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1900)
LOCAL NI-WS MOTHS.
Comity court In In ewiori.
Will llxon ro'iirw"! from
ly. Itoy .HU'HttHl ';f t.lltlfltel. W;ld
For llnit-climi 'J.'t:f tnf r v
; I') J'r.
Utile of Oakland.
Cull on iaMi ttr'. !nr Imv ari'l oatn,
nt the ISijkIm y l.uru.
.Juilno HIiIiIIh of A,,ii'it, imiiln lt'0'
Imrtja liiifiintfg vinlt FrM.iy.
At Maiaer : A curlo'l of Champion
mower, I ii ri lrn ami rnpTn.
Tho Morrow C3out r liriikn m lUml
ler bicycle in nut an .i'rirm'rit.
&i;i Jupfpluoii wai lolil to luinj; hia
reath on tho engine but ho 'Ji'l'iit.
Mr. ami .Mm. J. II. Uooth cnt Situr
day unl Sunday ot (janlcn Hot torn.
I. U. KiuMlo, si(e em! Hon Jullile, re
turned from Mai.", on (r.niht'H Iccah
Attorney A. (J. Woodcock cf Kugenp,
made a IjiitiueJi trip (t thii city lat
Milton I). I Iul( ii
. at Merlin, Or., visited
Mr. Frank Flxik
arrive. I on IdHt
night's overland from ( raoin I'mhi and
will romuiri indefinitely.
Mi IMl Printer, of Kiddle, waa
vititlnit Hon-burn frionds today and
made the Pi. m.voi: w.kh a plfaitant call.
M.iHier Kandall Hood of irunt 1'aHS,
who has been visiting Mr. mid Mro. J.
II. I Sooth of thin ci'y, r't'lrif 1 hnmo on
Tho whole world paya tribuio t the
merits of ML'Crmtil:'a rollwr bearing
tiindfi, mowers mi I hay r.kei. Sold
by .S. K. .-yk".
'iilnreribe for tiii I'f. vniu w.i.it, Six
teen page every woi' :'or only fi per
aimiiri. Many nv nirnoi nro helm; sd
!) 1 to our lrt dally.
Mre. !rt C,ie, who Iuh been here
viiitiniJ Iht piiei.ti, Air. an I Mre. J. 15.
jVnmiwi, r t'lrni d to It ix-f.nr, Fiid.iy
norniiii; s'.iiciu Juuirjul.
Clntrchl!' t Wcollev are Di'JijI.ih
cunty'a nurii'a for the ecieirae i 1". S.
If you tni!k mw jou i
-An'l nlT) to I'd without one.
Mii1. M. I,, B'wUneM who h.n been in
a hospital at Porti.in-l. weiviii.: nvi li' .i!
tr.M'.tutrit, r cornel limn o:i I'd lay
nit'lit'a 1'M-al, ifrottiy iuiprovM 1 iti health.
' i.TicHi" rtatups jjiyen with c.ndi
tndcia'. Chui:hl!l V WohIIhvs and tho
Novelty Stor. Sen th'j.o ein':oHi!d f.ui
el i!i!tnr'n nlrt;i!y fra'nid uivnti for
AUrpd lornutt, a ) )ni'.ar yo'ln c hool
tca(dir of h'o'it-li lru!i9 winty, was a
Jileai to' caller a. ihi4 oliico Fnd.iv while
looking :vft-r hu'Inocn matter in thin
Attoini-y t;. P. I'riMi of Ashl.ni l, the
republican cainlidn'o for joint rcpru
tcntutive, is in our city today hakiiiu
altur hia interot4 which nro i;rowin( hot
ter every day.
Uoy McClalltoi ha niuo l hia posi
tion In the lloftohiirc abatract ofllct. and
accepto I a position u n Ir Capt. Mithors
of the Lin J Oini:o. Kay ay you csn't
kop a kooI man down.
I. Oiwan nf th lihtliouay corvi'.-e
lir J, has coici'D'c I to take tho appoint
in ent of kecpt'r ol in: lilit at Tatoosh,
Vt'aihiiiKton, and expo-is onlcrs to go to
that place in a abort ti hi. The kceppr
0' that htation hun ruiiunnd. Ki?norder.
Judiio I! en son w.m jnt rscovciinu
from an attack of tlio r:pp:t when ho
came in and tlm trip from Koftihiir; did
not tend to better it any ; howevfi he ia
fueling much hptUr now mid i wadini
through the docket in t;"'ar- HtyUi. Co
Uoy McCUUen wiio trie I hU lock an a
minor his return 1 t j thi- city and ii
caw employed looking over townnites
in the oflioe of the U)n!mr Abstract
and Collection Asency ; a stranger w ho
k basinesi in that oilho, a few days
ago, mistook Uoy for a subject to the
Fre I (Jau'n Cro.iimiiler, of Fort
Klamath, started on Monday to gi to
San Francisco, nt which plao he will
Meet his brother-in-law, Mr. J. Beach,
ami with him will r to Caie No'on.
Mr. Beach formerly live ) at oar neigh
bor in ' town of Altamorit, and hud a
larjo stock ranch. Klamat'i U-pnblican.
Mica Laura K. .lonen and her father,
C. II. Jonei, returned to their home at
Cottage drove, one week ato Sunday,
from a trip to New Orleai, where Mm
Jouen went at a delegate to the meetiriK
id the National F.ditorial Aavociatioii.
They ulto enjoyed a very pleasant visit
with relatives Id the Middle West, and
returned borne via the Great Northern,
Mini Jones will visit Douglas conoty
trieatls at so earl) di.
Ride a Kamh!er.
lie ready for harvest. Onier Cham
piou extra) at itarkirs.
Ilorm: Fon Hi'.nt. Fivu-ro.jrn collate
furi)ii"hn I, for renf. Apply to 1). S
O. I'. Conhow left on laHt night's ovr-r-
and lor Kalcrn to attend to lenl businefa
in that city.
Seo our wind jw display for 'i values
in ladies' Oxford ties at only 1.50
Novelty S ore.
Mens' cork ventilated hats at tho Nov
city Storo are just tlio thing for coming
tl.'-o buys a ijood pair of Heavy ehoos
at the Novelty Storo or better ones for
11.50, $1.75, f-'. etc.
If you want u ruirrel poison that will
kill both coming and going, call on A
C. Marnters A Co., lor it.
AtUarkem: A complete line of read
whKoup. top bug(ios and spring wagons.
Sto our styles and (jot onr prices,
bargains in J;iakr ISath cibin'its
Factory price 5 em h. Trice this week
tthilothny lant 'J each, at Happ's )run
K, K. fSyken has received threo car
loads ot goods in ti e past thirty days.
Hole the largest shipper In his line in
F. iJ'iOus. M. !., iiienibcr Hoard of
Tension Fxaminers. Olice, Mars tors
buildiox rueidinir rorin;r UouL'lai and
K I. T. Nachel, reprusentiritf Ko.der A
Ctiaso of San Francisco, is registered at
the McClullen. While in this city Mr.
Naghel will ttino n'veral pianos for our
J. L. '-tratfor I, ICi., returned home
fi am an x tended re'mtration trip down
the I'mpijua, Satunlay. lie also picked
upalargeliNt of new mlit-cribers to the
Ti.wi;w i.it. J. I .. j a hu-itler.
For job printing iuMtly and piomptly
execute d ut.reunonalilo pr;ci'-, patroriie
the floihuri; Took und .Job OMice. Work
UH illy torn' d oni the saint) dav order ia
iei.-i:ive I. II Mtuv K. Lovki.:., Manairer.
v'i.'. ",4i!i.o-r. ."ri:i.i! land nenf, has
retu-ne I to t'lin city from the K let, the
. . j . . 4 1 1 j : jii ii'iiit iti'-.n.T in id.li j:nri
td tlm co'intty than oyer before. He
loft Mr1. Ma'heM vixitiiit wi'h fii'.'nds
and relatives in Ohio.
! A. alzmaii. the Uji-cbiirif iiwe!er has
returiind from a vit-it to Uia old homo in
Ohio and reports lniMineB in the Kastern
ciiiisv.'ty good. Sol vitited with the
Itonciiiirg colony in Torl'and on his re
tilrn and p,;iy they travel pretty fat for
The Spring inil'lx of cattle buyers
from the interior of the eJatu to Coos and
Curry county is now on. Stock tiien are
rustling for catllu and yenrlmgs bring $M
a head. A good many thousand dollars
wilt bo left in these parts this Spring
by catt'o buyers. Myrtle Toint Knler
priee. Sergeant Win tirubb of Aehlaud, late
1st sergeant cif Co. II, Sec. Oregon, IT.
S. V., was n pHBHoni(or on Thursday
night's overland for Tort land, where he
goes on a business and pleasure trip.
Willie was met at the train by several of
his old comrades who by the hearty baud
Shake and words of good cheer, showed
that he was still a fjvorite among them.
C. Uoki Kinc of Yoncalfn, the republi
can candidate for representative came up
oti last evening's local mid was shaking
haiidfi withjiis numerous fijouds in this
city, livery trip to this city Mr. JCing
mal;es many now frieiuls and his old
ones like him better the longer they
know him,- Mr. King has been quite
sick with tlm grippe but i now steadily
improving and will soon be h'iIo to run a
most excellent race.
Lewis Anh, goon substantial citizen
residing near Kiddle, was in town today
looking after business mutters and paid
lotigUs county's leading imwcpuper a
pleasant call. Mr. Ash is a BUuneh re
publican and n very conservative centle
man, hence his statement that tho "fu
sion can 3e has loht many votes in South
Douglas and that the majority of there
p iblicau ticket will poll a large majoii'.y
in that fection," can safoly bo banked
on. Dewey mi l ( iazloy aro both waning
in popularity even in their own pio
cities. TUIU.IC SHE-AKINU.
H iii. U. A. Booth, republican candi
date for joint (eiutor of Josephine,
Douglas and Line lounilss, and Dr.
Win. Kuykendall, of Kugeue, will ad
dress the citi.wne of Drain, on the politi
cal issues of the day, Saturday evening,
May 19th at 7 :30 o'clock.
A. M. Chawi ohj),
Chairman Ktpublioo County Central
WOHK OP A Df-onNHRATn.
This paper was the victim of a despiva
ble prartleal joke or malicious trick per
petrated with malice oforet hough, last
Thursday, the contemptiMo work being
that ol a hobo printer whom wo refused
work, yet granted the freedom of tho
Oflico Wednesday and 'Ihnrsday. The
matter appearing in tho paper which
contained the deplorable error, was com
posed and appcain I in Mond.it 'h isnue
frco of error, it having recei ved the caro-
ful attention of the proof reader before
it was published an does all of our ad
vertisements. Ifeno. this unfortunate
trick was very succefnfnlly perpetrated
just before the forms went to press
Thursday, tholow-bred, depraved wretch
who successfully accomplished bis ma
licious deKimt then rery unceremonious
ly taking his departure for parts un
known, the icsue being completed before
tho imposition was detected. No blame
therefore, can be nttacired to any cf the
Ti.aivokai.i it force.
ANOTHHR lOLITICAL LIE NAILED
The report having Ieen circulated that
I havo resided In this county a very
short time, (scarcely long enough to be
come a legal voter, I desire to make the
following statement: My first vote was
cast nt Voncalla, Oregon, my present
home, for Wru. McKinley la 1800, at
which place I have resided ever eince
with the exception of a little more than
on year during which time, business
cupicd my at'eiition elsewhere, my
home ami people, however remaining at
Vcncal.'a during this pariod of my
absence. I iii horry indeel.tl.at I have
been tuiahta thnx far during the repub
lican cativas-s of tho county, to meet my
C. Hon KlN;.
Tub ic School Building Contract.
Tim fo'.lowiiiL' bids were received by
the school tu a'd for buiit'iag un aihlition
an I otherwise rHiiicdeliiig and iuiroving
the public tehvel Imthling: J. II. Heck
art, Cnrvallis, "i,4.U; C. 1'. S .in. rt, Ku
g( lie, o.L'jl1 ; l),ui Finer, U i-rjor,
$ Iff ; 'sU'e!c!i o-., a!-m v,it";
John Hunter, Uo.e:.lirg, t,-l'.l. .r.
Hunter, lieiiig the lowest liiMer, will bo
awarded tho contract.
O. L. Wiiiid, matiagtr oi the Uofehurg
Water Co.'s piping station, had tho mie-
loiluoo to break bin ai.kl.o last Friday,
by jumping fruin a wagon in front
of the piiiiiping tiatioti ; Mr. Willis was
taken homo and Dr. Miller was called
who Boon reduced the fracture. Mr.
Willis, wo hope, will eoon le nut on the
streets again; during his confinement
his eon Chve will have charge of, the
I'tiap. .ilin is tilting up the building
lately vacated by Tlodett, the harness
maker, on Sheridan St., .preparatory to
opening a bakery. Mr. Zahn comes to
us well recommended and Kill no doubt
plrfae tliu patioiisof tint part of the
Fdwin Stratford, who has been em
ployed lu tho Western L iiion Telegraph
and Wells Fargo Kxprees oflico in this
city, has resigned his position and gone
to Couistotk to spend the cummer, Lis
position ieing till fd by t'lias Skidmore.
lieo. Vnee and family, who have been
living in IMenbou er, li-f, today for tiold
Hill to reside, Mi!. Yoso and the little
girl going by railroad mid Mr. Ycse and
the boys by tenm.
Chaa. Tilclifor.l, usitiiant t-tunanl at
tho McClallen Hoiimo, haa been quite ill
with tho la:rippe, the l.ir few days, as a
conseipience "Bill" Uu?ier has tilled hia
Rev. i. K. Arnold, pastor ol the M. K.
church, of this city has resigned the
the pastoia'o of this chinch, which will
take effict June I. air. Arnold gom to
Hubbard FterorcoU, Seo, Noah ami
Frml Lough, left on Saturday niln'a
overland for Tortlaud to take parage lor
Ira Wimbcriy the lr,.in tiierchaut,
was visiting bis parents in this city Sun
day, returning to Vm'iu on this morn
T. L. (iravcx, the Oikl.ind photog
rapher, ipent Sunday in this city, the
guest of hia brother.
Mrs. Mary Surlli, of Oakland, ii visit- j
iug in this ci'y, tho gu. t of Mrs. N. !
Mm. Lizzie Dacciiio, id UueUe, is
viaiting Mrs. Nancy Tarty in this city.
Mrs. Medley ana daughter Mary, re
turned to Oakland this moriiiiig-
Architect F. E. Alley atteuded the Y.
V. S. C, E. at Youcall Suuday.
Tomorrow, Tuesday last day for Keg-h-teriog.
Have you HKUlS'lKUKD'.'
Asa Perfect, Durable, Easyrun
ning Roadster the
, ; is the leader that always leads.
The High Grade Clipper Chainless
the wheel that made the chainless
a success. Price $60.
A full line of Bicycle Sundries.
New wheels on installment plan.
A. C. EWERS & 00.
Miss the Opportunity tr sec the Finest Line of
Spring and Summer Suits
Kvcr brought to Ro.sebnr. They will he dis
played in the full length piece
MAY 23 AND 24
m C. I. K. STORE.
Xw (JooJ CoQstantly Arnviu. Step in. (ilad to show them
dust received our spring lino of
Men's and Boys' Suits.
A p!o:i lid liti' it'll ! i y iu oo 1 to sti tlim. whether ou
want to pnrchH or uot. Tiny wer-' iiih Im hy I'lit-ud Bros. - Co..
of Milwaukee, Wis., an I r eali I t!i l,enVc;i n Clothicp" they
lit as if yonr tailor had inalf thom for yon.
Our Mock of Spring Shapes m.Mon's Hnts is nw caiuplet.e.
We are agonts for tho ool(hratel ' (iOUDON HAT." Thoy come in
all Shapes and Colors arnl aro worth .'1.ik.
Our stock of
Men's furnishing Goods
Wasnovor ltttr or cheaper. In fact every department .f our
IniBiness is now 'n perfect shpe. We carry everything in 'heDry
(SoocIh, Fancy (Jootl, Notions an I (Icits' Fornishin Jtioo.l Lines,
also Hoots, Sboes, Hut--, an l Caps.
t)ur business is jrowirt;. I'.veiy month it is larcf, auJ why ?
llcause wo yivo ) 1 (i );l-i ari l H :iest Value.. Xo misrepresen
tation. l'verythiti, as represi:ited or money lnci;.
Phone Main i S.
lleiiitt in 'l f touch with ocu of the
must re'iilile lte!i;uii Hire Company a in
Southern California ainl tieini; iiiliu.tt.
ly aciuainteil with a uieniher of the tirm,
I am preiarel ta uive teiiatile iif'irm
ation to all who are interested in tho
rearing ol tliia the lln"! of liilie anioi.i'c
M. M. C.iv.
Tlm I'l.Aixiiif ai.:k now hab the most 1
iHimplete j itepartmeul in Host turf. !
Call on a lor ut work. j
flSIIER & BELLOWS.
To the Public.
r.fliovim: wjcan ilo h iter by o ir ;.
troim anil enra lves ty selling etrict! y f
c.isli, we have ilecule I to keep no boo
from May 1, I'.lOO. Moping ihia iuhv
the convenience of ilioee who wish
leal with ti. hIho at all times colicitit
fair share ol atrcua we are
Un7.) tiAugis 1ko.