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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1900)
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 Millliner direct from the city.
In Gent's Furnishings
We still continue to lead and have received all the striking
Novelties direct from the Manufacturer.
2 A careful
Drugs and Chemicals
Will prove them to be of
Strength and Purity.
? Our Stock is unexcelled in Quality and our
Medicines are absolutely reliable.
A. C. MARSTERS & CO.I
pounded Day and NiKht
7- i"S2.Wft - 0?r - 0
J. F. BARKER & CO.
over while the orice has not
r4l ! sWv-:-.-''- . lhe Best
1 ;.- wwtta The Cheapest
IKSi Bicycles ?I-ous
All goods fully guaranteed and sold on the installment
plan. Band Instruments, Guitars, Banjos, Mandolins,
Violins, Accordions, Autoharps.JJIu fact almost anything
in the musical line can be touua at
The Mild Winter has brought forth an Karly Spring and we
are' now prepared to show you an elegant line of
in Grey, Castor, Mode and the New Foule Plaids. We also
have a very swell line of Silks, Mouscilline Dc Soic, Etc.
Come in and look them over.
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w, f 7v . x-
n:- x The Best
Cleveland f, Imperial.
:sc wnecis are ueiter man
a . . . 1
advanced. Come and see.
I. ABRAHAM, Proprietor.
The Byron Horse.
The Hyron l.orn now "Wiit-d liv J. R.
IiiX'in will mak tfc'i season at Wilbur
Wi'ilrii'ftav am! 'I'rmr l.y of each week
At li'iselrirji Friil i y and Saturday anil
I ho remainder of the time at the home
of t ho owner on the North Umpqaa
Fifty yond tim heroine, wages $2 per
day. Fifty general latorers, wages fl.50
Cami-fikli, & Alexakdkk.
We wili send yon the semi-weekly
I'laisdhai.kk and the Oregon Poultry
Journal, the beet i)i)ltry journal in the
orthwettt, both :or f 1. 70.
CARL 5CHNURSTEIN, Prop.
Were you ever in a baker
shoD? You would see the
difference in cleanliness and
vou would understand the
purity of our bread.
Trj'a box of Chocolate
Creams and Bous Bous
FROM THE -5.
and you will understand
why our CANDY is so
popular. S. CARROLL.
F, M. WOODRUFF'S
For a prompt and first
class shave or haircut.
Baths in connection.
41S Jacksou St.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
UNITKI) STATES l.ANP OKKICK.
KoHt'btirir, UnKon, May 10. llMHt.
Notice Ik hort'by given tlmt llio following
naimtt lelller h flli'tl notiruot 111 inlviitlon
tomko itnal dm( in aupport ol liU claim, and
that aaid proof will bo madn before KoxUUsr
ami Kooviver U. H. Laud ( llico at Kovebutir,
Oroaou, on June 2M, Itfuo, vit
WILLIAM K. hTOUK
On hla II. E. No 7.ri, for the N",' hKt;, BW NK
BK'i NW'4 Kec 'i, T 81 8. K 6 W. lie name
tho fivllowlDg wllnitwe tn prove hi continuous
renldVuoe upon and oultlvallou of mid laud,
Tla: William Pardee, Jme K rtckett, A F.
Sloarna,. WUUata iirowa, all of OaoyooTille,
tirrr-n. , J. X. BJOUwij.
W. A. Perkinp, of Drain,' was in this
city, this week.
Hay ihe success tickle grinder, only
$3.50 of 8. K.gykes.
I. Abraham, of the Peoples Store, has
a very nice window curtain display.
Attoroey John Shnpe spent Wednes
day in Oakland, attending to legal Imt-i
H. Carroll, of the Kandy Kitchen, has
very attractive show window, this
Mrs. J. II. Hkidmore, of Umpqaa
Ferry, was visiting friends in this city
Mrs. D. O. Turner, of this city, left on
Wednesday morning's local for Portland
for a month's visit.
Miss Francis Frater, who has been
visiting friends and relatives in Riddle,
returned home Tuesday.
Get prices on wagons, baggies, binders,
mowers and hay rakes of 8. K, Sykes,
before buying elsewhere.
Mies Cora Goodman, of Oakland, came
over on Tuesday's local, and returned
borne Wednesday morning.
Mrs. J. B. Riddle of Riddle, came in
on Tuesday morning's local for a short
visit wiib relatives in the city.
Location notices of both placer and
lode claims and all other kinds of blanks
lor sale at tho Plaintiealeb office.
Wm. Hodson has received Lis papers
granting him a patent on bis steel rail
road tie for the Dominion of Canada.
Key. J, T. Cotton returned from Junc
tion City, on Tuesday evening s local,
where be has been assisting in a series of
Mrs. Jan. Caw Geld and children re
turned 011 Tuesday's local, from Eaetern
Oregon, whero the has been visiting for
The Oregon man who dreams of dying
aud going to heaven is always rejoiced
to wake up and find that it was only a
Deputy Clerk Mast issued a marriage
license Thursday morning to Gay And
rues and Miss Etta Case, of Ten Mile.
Coqnille City Bulletin.
Thos. Nicholson, the mine owner and
justice of the peace of Kellogg was in the
city Wednesday returning from a visit to
Geo. W. Riddle's wood camp in the
Cow creek country. Mr. Nicholson
made thib office a pleasant call.
Mrs. Ida Crouch-IIazlett, of Denver,
Colorado, is canvassing Oregon in the
interest of the equal suffrage amendment
to the constitution, which has passed
two sessions of the legislature and is to
be voted on at the coming June elec
tion. It is probable that the next encamp
ment of the Oregon National Guard will
be held at Salem July 7tb to 15th. The
final decision depends upon certain con
cessions which Salem is expected to
make to secure the encampment.
MOKI TEA POSITIVELY CUKES
sick headache, indigetion and conaipi
siou. A deligbful herb drink. Re
moves all eruptions of the skin, produc
ing a perfect complexion, or money re
funded. t!octs. and 60 ets. M. F. Rapp,
Mr. Jay Brooks, who bought from
Geo. Holman the two lots on Adams
avenue, adjoining his former place of
business, for which ho paid $3000, will
at once erect a two story brick to be oc
cupied, upon its completion, by Mr. N,
K. Weet. LaGrande Chronicle.
P. A. Wilson, a prosperous young
prune grower and farmer of Riddle, was
in town Tuesday, on business connected
with the Wilson estate. He made us
the usual pleasant call and reported the
prositects fine for i-epublican success in
the Cow creek valley, but not so favor
able for the prune crop, we are sorry to
Rev. Lester F. Clark, of Philomath,
will hold the fourth quarterly conference
for the Roseburg Mission United Breth
ren church, at Pine Grove, May 19th and
20th. Preachiug at 2 o'clock p. m
Saturday, followed by conference session.
Two Bermons and basket dinner Sunday.
He will also preach at Roseburg, Friday
evening, the 15:h.
Li i v M. Cutui', Pastor,
llou. A. F. Stearns of Oakland, was a
nleneant caller' at this otlice Tuesday
while looking after business matters in
this city, lie is well pleased with the
political outlook and says the republican
candidates are growing more and more
in popular favor every day, as the people
become better aiquuiotei with them.
Instead of proving the monster the Rs
viaw has always pictured him, the
people are finding in lion. A. C. Marsters
a genial, unassuming, commonplaced
gentlemen, yet shrewd and possessed of
far more than ordinary ahility and goo 4
judgment. Just the proper man to suc
ceed tbt late lamented, Hod. A. W.
Read, aa Ut Maator.
FOR pafjIDKMTML KI.Ef.TriKa.
J. C. Fullcrton, of Vuigif
O. V. I'axtot of Multnomah
J. D. Dally . o Bcntoa
W, J. Famish f ( rjmatllJ
T. B ford of Marlon
FOB KITRCMR JVW.E.
C. K. Wolvcrtun, of I.Inn
FOR FOOD COMMIsMO.NEK.
J. W. Bailey of Multnomah
CO!GRF.JU.( FIRST DIKTBRT.
Tho. If. Tongue of Washington
FOR PROKRCl'TI.IO ATTORNEY.
Geo. M. Brown OI Douglaa
FOR JOIST NF.XATOB
R. A. Ilooth Of Jo!ihian
FOR JOIJTT REPRESENTATIVE.
E. D. Brlggn Of Ja kon :
COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET.
A. 1: Manders of Rofseborg ,
A. K. Mattoon ...OfiLooking Glass
C. Kona Klng,..... of Yonealla
E. L. 1'arrott . o( Koneburg
D. R. Shainbrook Of I'mpqua Ferry
O. W. Olmraick Of Elktoa
J. A. Sterling orDrain,
FOB SCHOOL grPERIXTEXDENT.
F. B. Hamlin of Rosebufg
M. I. Thompson Of Scottsbnrg
A. E. Nichols, ot RlddlO
William Biigg OI CanyonviU! '
Dr. J. f. Twitehell .Of Roaeburg
II. J. Robluett .lUHtieeof the Feaae
Cloy Slocnm Conatatrto
Public School Entertainment.
The pupils are nr, ti - g excellent pro
gress in the various ! rills to be present
ed. Over 100 differ--' t "opils appear on
the program and vi;!be assisted by
some of our best local talent. It is be
lieved that this program will be the best
ever given by the public schools. Re
served seats now on sale at 125 cents.
General admission will be 15 cents.
Roseburg, Oregon, May 14, 1900.
To the voters of Umpqua precinct : I
have accepted the nomination by the
republican party for road supervisor
in district No. 35. I will promise the
people of all parties, if elected, to make
them a faithful servant and the best
roade possible with the means avail
able. Yours ltb regards,
Eighth Grade Examination
The examination of eighth grade pupils
will be held at the school building, on
Thursday and Friday. May 24 and 25, be
ginning at 9 a. m. The questions are
prepared by the state board cf education.
Applicants are required to make an aver
age of 60 per cent in the ten branches,
hut may take all or a part of the
branches. Applicants who pars iu all
the studies will receive a diploma en
titling the holder to enter any ninth
grade in the state. The examination
will be free to all applicants.
It is incomprehensible to me wby pop
ulists, who left the democratic party in
obedience to dictates of conscience and
right, who yielded to the majestic influ
ence of their manhood and struggled for
the domination of popnlistic principles,
should stultify their earlier actions and
protestations, by accepting the pleadings
of the democrats to join In the devasta
tion of the populist party.
Hit be truly exprened t' at the men
of iron will, and faihtful consistency are
iu the middle ot the road, tht implica
tion lies that the popo-fusioniets are ia
"Conscience makes cowards of us all."
'Twas a Fizzle.
Mkdkord, May 14. The meeting,
called f r last Saturday to nominate a
"ciiizeiis' ticket" resulted in u fizzle,
there was only u liht response to a call,
and so little interest manifested that it
was decided to not put another ticket in
the field; furthermore, no nominations
or even indorsements w ere made.
i The only result cf the deliberations ol
: the few who met was in reaching the
I decision that it was every voter's duty to
vote for the candidates he would natural
ly choose, and the meeting adjourned
I without accompliching anything.
After looking over the other 10 called
"largest stock of etoyss in town" 70a will
find jast what you want at Churchill &
Woolley's; Bridge and Beach ttoyie stilt
lead tbe world.