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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1901)
m tfmtb STORE
We are redoubling our efforts to make the PEOPLE'S STORE
the most popular place for bargain seekers to make their head-
quarters, as our i
selling them at a
aud we are selling them
get theui elsewhere.
Our Fall and Winter Stock of Clothing are now in and one of
the latest aud most up-to-date, and if you will step in and give
us a call jou will be convinced that we have the most complete
aud up-to date line in the city, and you will see that we can sell
j ou cheaper then you can get them elsewhere.
We are also sole
The Peonle's Store
I Told in Side Heads
toi;js;:v:v: x n -S wis
Scspectkd of Thais Kobbixq. City
Marshal F.W. D;llarJ, airbed two eua
picioas looiiui character's Tuesday who
Ulliei wi-.h de cnptio-i, io hw poaeeaa
ion. ot th prineija'a io the recent train
robbery near Co:t g G ore. Th pe
cnliar Urge, tqnre chia rTailuJ ujljar
lh) miV, an 1 Lutkj vuiee 01 the princi
pal robber, wera c'airAC'erjjUcs of OLe
o' the pa-tiea arrsetjd. B.tb men are
trangara io tb a viinty. Ttiey txKh
cliim to have cons fro o Tha D J lea t
D.-ain, auere the? w -re employed three,
lay, ani froai Da n to ihU city, arnv
iae here Monday niht on lbs wood
train. They were btld by Recorder Weal
on a charge of hting drunk and disorder
ly, tbey Laving been filled op on fire
water in or Jer to entrap ihem. They
give their i.aaira as Jas. Pel! more aod
Jack Wileon. Upon itqairy it waa foood
that tr j men answering their description
warl-eJ at a hotel in Drain from Thurs
day noti! Monday, bat did not e ve cnt
their Dime) t tbt place, other than
one was bearJ to aJdreas the other aa
Tjm.aai were very quite in their de
meauor. Tae night clerk reported one
taid Bome'liiug abjnt being at Tbe Dailee
and Heppner. One was heavy Bet w;lb
ruood fo. Tiiey went a .rath from
Drain and it is blieTl tbey are tbe
earn men who were srreeteJ here.
A Good Pmxt Ceop. J. J. Chad
wak, a proeperom farmer ac J fraitgrow
er of the "MitEjari Bjttom," near Mjr
tle Crerk, came down to &.ee-org by
private conveyance Wednesday. He it
jaet recovered from a fall in wbicb be
eaet&ined a brckn breaet bene. Hie
prune crop thU tea on amounted to 6,.
SOOrocndi dried, 1,40) pounda be'ng
ItaiUne, tbe rem inder Petite?. Ilia
prnnea were of x-,-el!ent quality and te
eoli early in tbe season to Mr. Ward the
probe boyer, receiving (he beet market
price. Mr. Chad wick ia also a bog rais
er and marke e encoally a large amount
of bame, bacon aod lard. He ia fatten
ing fewer Logs than urual this reason,
only eighty bead, ordinarily feeding
from 200 to 500 bead. He feeds bis bogs
principally on corn wbicb produce well
on bia fine farm. Mr. Chad wick favored
tbe Plaixdkalkr, with a pleasant bnm
nefg call wbi'.e in tewn.
- Died. In Myrtle Creek, Toesiay,
Oct. 29, 1901, John R- Hervey, after a
From Mary to Jolt
Roseburg, Ore., Oct. 28, 1901.
I have some news to tell you. Mr. W. C. Hil
debrand has the loveliest Dry Goods and Clothing
store on the corner where Caro's used to be, where
I used to meet you after school.
They call the store "Hildebrands" and I am go
ing to trade there all the time. They don't have a
horrid old job lot, but everything, they've got is
good and reliable. Since it is so rainy and disa
greeable, I don't go out to the store very ofteu, but
send Josephine and little Cyrano and Hildebrands
never works off old or shelf worn stuff on them.
Write soon and send me a V or two.
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ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST. Store closes at 7 p.m."
ui auu n uuer gooas nave arrived aud we are
ver - low margin.
Our Fall Millinery Stock of Street and
Walking shapes are the most up-to-date
styles that has ever been in the citv before,
from 25 to 50 per cent,
L. Douglas Shoes
long illness of eciima. Tbe deceased
has been an esteemed resident of this
county for SO years past, having lived
for a long time on ClarkV branch, near
Myrtle Creek, bat more recently bad
moved to town for medical treatment.
His wife, who survives him. is a aiater
of Rev. J. R. X. Bell, of Baker Citv.
He bad no children. Tbe fuoeral was
held at Mrrtle Creek Wednesday after
noon and waa largely attended.
Docglas Cocnty rcsa. The prone
crop for this cniity, aa far a ran rto t-e
learned, will ipp-iii mate f. 000,000
paoadi. Ti oup kbiinert' are g ing 0:1
aa rapidly ra-x cau be- ct-'attird.
Amor r. the shij-ira ai.d btiera, C.
G.-xWy hi been the larg.i-t, bis ebU
meDts probjrilv r.rlil"t ih 2 1X0 000
pound mark. V-d & Wnr, ol Myr
tle Creek, bate j-urchaoJ I,5rf,000
pouids, with ebipmeotn nearly complet
ed. Porter Br ie, and A. C. Solomon
have pnrcbawd 12 or lb carloids each.
Tbe tendency of price baa been down
ward, witb tbe average lower iban last
year, bat tbe crop as a rule was general
ly good. Tbe fruit iodos'ry ia steadily
growing in Ibj coaoty.
K. P. Mimobuu At tbe McKioley
memorial ezerciaee bald at tbe caelle
ball of that order last evening the fol
lowing program waa rended: Soog,
"Rock of Ages'by the Cboo, pianiel,
W. W. Thatkrab. Addreee, Mr. G. W.
EimU'.l; song, "Iad K'mdly Light,"
Cboros; addreee, II 00. A.M.Crawford;
song, "Nearer My God, to Thre," Mle
KsaKLV B&anr to Bone. J. . Sim
mon?, president of tbe Great Wet Oil
and Coal Co., teturned to make arrange
ments to bore for oil at priogfield.
Mr. Simmons says that tbey will be
r;ady for a work in few days or aa toon
ai tbe dlamood drill arrives from the
east. Three or focr days more of work
oa tbe plant and everything will be in
readiness for tbe drill. Eugene Guard.
Fob Soldims Home. State Treasurer
C. S. Moore ia io receipt of a remittance
of 11350, from the National Home for
Disabled Volunteer Soldiers tj tbe
credit of tbe Oregon Soldier' Home.
This amount a for tbe quarter ending
September 30th last, and it for an aver
age ol 62 members. Stateemao.
A Sm au. Waeci. Three cars of tbe
gravel train were accidentally diUbed
one and one-half miles south cf Myrtle
Creek Monday afternoon. Tbey were re
placed without any seriooa delay.
to trade at
r lai ttiP c u
cheaper than you can
rr t it.
2 ui jocai interest.
Weather Bureau forecast.
Rositm.Ro, Ore., Oct. 31. Tonight
fair; Friday ehowere.
Tuok. Uibsos, Observer.
W. K. Lon ly, o! (be hardware firm
ot Hu'iii & Lnody, arrival in Knburg
Moa.lar etetiiog ari'f left on tbe eary
mo'cirw etaire for bis t o i.p in Coo coon-
ty. M'. Lundy ern tb past rummer
in tfif Niue n ii i if o'ont'y to I re-tarrt-ii
vi t Sa Fraacisco, where be
eieutaiea wce wrl'j bis sicter and
ber boebaoJ, aud Mrp. W. R.
Dreislach, at 219 Coliiuj-wood atreet.
It will be ol interest to tbe farmers o
this county to toarn that the 'w Era
Flour Mill, of Roeetiur liave just in
stalled a fioe new Barley Rolls machine
of large capacity aod that the mills are
now prepared to manufactnre a boe dust
lea feed Irorn yoor barley while you
wait and are erto better equipped for
turning out a superior quality of flour
and leed than ever beiore. Bring in
your grain and tbey will da tbe reef, tl
D. L. Rice, tbe S. P. Company's tta
tion agent, reports the following fruit
shipments by freight in addition to the
eiprrte shipments: i'eacbe, L"6,211
bjiee ; loma'oee, 3.7SS bi ire ; peara, 2,-5-J2
be lea; apples, 2.&S4 b"xeg; plume,
234 boiee ; nectarines, 107 buxes ; l'mfS,
i-'l boxes; peppers J0 Uiee; melons,
7 boxes, making a grand total of height
abipmeou of 35,154 Loxea. Ashland
It is an old axiutn that "bread ia the
stall of hfo" bat tr,is depends somewhat
on its qaalitr. It.e fine cream and
borne made bread made at J. Siever's
bakery on Jatkson street near Caa nevr
fails to please. A nice variety of pastries
also kept conelanilv on band.
Miss Pearl Wright, tbe beneficiary of
ber brother Letter Wright, deceased,
received a cbtck for $1200 laat Monday,
from the order of tbe Brother be o J of
Railroad Trainmen, which was tbe
amount of insurance carried in tbe order
Stearns 4 Cbenowetb have Iron Clad
wagons, tbe beet and cbeapeat. Tbev
offer all Hacks and Buggies at reduced
prices, new, all steel boys' wagons, bteel
Rmgee aod Stoves of all aorta. Pioneer
Wbite Lead, Linseed Oil. Doors and
We wiah sjmeooe wauld "wjoJap."
If you would bring ui some wood on sab
erciption we would be glad. Anyway.
we would be glad if you would bring the
wood evio if we bave to exchange our
pef-scrip-ahua for wood. Would a' t
Floyd Murpby having gone to Poit-
Jjod to res de, I l ave metered to tb
agency of tbe Trov Laun try Co., of Port
land. Leave orders with rue. Office at
Case's Livery barn. Ctacua Cacsox.1 1
Halloween aojia) at the school bouse.
given by the high school girl, for the
bene&it of their Basket Ball teams, this
evening Oct. 31st. Refreshments and a
general good time assured. Admission
If yon want the best aud most health
ful bread voo will nsi our "cream" aod
"home-made" bread. Full weight
loaves. Oar pastries will also be found
very palatable. Give ui a trial, J,
Eievere, J.ckiou etreot near Cass.
Tbe revival n eetings at tbe M. E.
church aie awakening interest. Rey.
E. F. Zimmeiman preaches (he plain
Gwpil"in tbe demonstration of tbe
Spirit and of power." All are invited.
Our bats for men come to us direct
from tbe makers, earing you tue middle
man's print, thai a why tbe values we
give von are tbe beet aod styles tbe latest.
They are union made too, Hildebrands.
Jas. H. Skif&ngton, of Myitis Creek,
returned borne Sunday evening Irorn
Bnettljbam bay, on tbe c att o! Alaska,
where be has been in tbe employ of a
large salmon canning company.
Umbrellas to nee or to loan. The beet
general purpose umbrella yon ever saw.
Tbey are nice enough to carry on any
occasion, and cheap enough to loan if
necessity compels it. liildenrandg.
Recent arrivals at Hotel McCIellan
are : T. E. Bledsoe, Kubt. Alexander,
Leone ; Isaac Selig, Myrtle Creek ; F, A.
Pike, Oakland; Bert Nunn, Cottage
Grove; Fred Ditckman, Glide.
Borne unscrupulous dealers cell com
mon cast iroo Shares to their customers
for tbe genuine Oliver. Look for the
name cast in every one don't buy the
Tbe Farmers Institute will convene at
Elk ton November 8 h and 9;b, 1901. A
fine picnic dinner will be rerved on
Saturday ths Otb. Programs will be
"Pride of Douglas" is tbe brand yju
will always find on the sacks containing
tbe beet flour obtainable in Southern
Oregon. Try It and ba convinced, tf.
City marshal Bert Nuno, ol Cottage
Grove, was in Roeeburg Id an official
Jas. Ionian, the Looking Glass oil n
tbusiast and rxprr, ai rived borne Irorn
an extended yisit to tbe California oil
fields last night. He says the magniinde
of the California oil industry is all that
has been claimed for it. Mr. Ionian's
trip to these oil field has familiarized him
with the formatlou U the Pad fie coait
oil deposits and greatly added to bis
store of knowledge along this line ob
tained by years of experience in the
Pennsylvania oil fields. He alopped iff
at Ashland briefly on his return and re
ported the well down to a depth of 1200
feet and indications favorable for oi'.
He thinks it will be necessary to go
down 1600 feet at tnat place before oil ia
louud. Mr. Inman says his trip was iot
only a profitable one for himself but will
prove equally so for the county as be waa
euccesaful in interesting stveral promin
ent oil men, in tbia county. He brought
some fi no epecimeusof California fruits
home with aim from about Loe Angeles,
including bread fruit, pomegranites,
oranges, lemono, tc, fine specimens
of wbicb may beauen at tbe Plainobalbk
office, and for which Mr. Iuman bas our
Now is tbe time ti buy vour plows and
barrows; ee the Syracuse Steel aod
Chilled plows beiore buying elsewhere
lor sale by S. K. Sykes.
C. L. Reed bas purchased tbe in
terest of L. R. Miniard in the "Elite"
saloon and will conduct tbe business
hereafter alone. Mr. Reed knows bow
to conduct a first-class, orderly and popu
lar resort and will put forth bia beet ef
forts In this respect, and tbe "Elite" is
cure to become more popular than ever
Bo Halo Pitta Disc Spring and spike
tooth barrow, sold by S. K. Svksa are
tbe beat. See them and you wul buy uo
City Recorder, D. S. UVs', secured
one of the fioe, new, compact "Chicago
Typewriters" this moiniog through tbe
pLAUfOBALaa sgsncy and ia well pleased
with it. It is one of tbe very finest and
moat eervioeable medium priced ma
chines on tbe market. Call and examine
it and get prices aud terms at tbe Plaix
The OUyer Plow Co. staoip their name
on every Share, Vlo.dtxiard and Let dride
lue genuiue ouiy, cold by Churchill A
The fteam shovel aud crew paeetd
through this cit thta morning enroule
to Coul'j where eeveral wetkt will be
occupied iu applying grael lor batlasl
iag theS. P. Cj., road bed in the Wil
lamette valley. Kogtoeer U. K. Pruorr
made tbe Plaixiealss a pleaaol c.il
while ewaitlug orJVrs in ttjia city.
Ladiee, you honld th-t eltan
new line ol automobile and i waeie at It.
Marks A Co. Tbs awelleal Uhcr in
If jou ere m need o! a lypewnUr be
sure to call and examine lu "Chicago"
or send fur descriptive circulars ana
terms to tbe Plajxdealm before pur
caaeicg eieewnere. ee ad and prices
on our fourth page.
Try Mrs. Cometock's bread. Seven
large loarea fur 2&cli. Delivered to any
place in the city if desired. U.
W. E. Hoover la selling a large num
ber of fruit trees indicating that tbs
freit industry ia rapidly growing
ihrooghoul tbe county.
Everybody can have nice, light, while
breaj il they will nee Baehiord's "Pride
of Douglas" flour. U.
Edwin Weaver, the Mynle Creek fruit
grower and buyer paid tbia office a pleas
ant vint Wednesday, likewiae cb on
The Pao American Spike tooth barrow
with levers ar aecotl to none, bee
them at tj. K. Sj.kea.
A ttrotg plaj fine tigb class stecial-
ties and popular prices is tbe offering cf
tbe Wil-lemaons at tbe opera boost all
Shots of nearly every kiud and cvrrv
purpoee yoo will fijd in Sdlig'a store at
Tbe T. S.Towoa-nd Creamery Co., cf
Portland ia now paying 25 cents for but-
te.fat at tbe railroad statioai in tbia
r Pure sap maple syrup, Elk brand at
Kruee dc NewlandV. tiuaraoteed pure.
Weideman'a splendid comedy com
pany will be the a' tract loo at ibe Roee
burg theater next week. See ad in this
Bee tbe Svrac ise Steel flows at K.
Sy kse, with a steel shin aod steel shoe.
Toe preej of Portlaod speak Io tbe
higbett tjrmi ot We dema mil; show,
tbe attr action at the oiera boo -e all next
Talking of sho-s? We bad and don't
yoo forget it just watch or, F.in'e.
Fred Wiostoo, of Winston, went to
Portland Tuesday to enter Iu'. Arm
bong's busioese college for tbe witter.
Hildebrands, everybody's store for al-
kinds of Dry Uooda want.
O. L. Satberlio, of ibe Roteburg Soda
works, baa tbe thanks of the Plaucdbal
aa compositors for a soda water treat.
Genuine pure maple syrup at Kruse &
"Down in Eypt," a story o! Southern
Hlinoii ia tbe opening bill ol Wilde
manna big show on Monday a'gbt.
Vetch . orchard grass, clover, al'alfa
seed at Cborcbiil & Woolle yi.
Ed W. Riddle, of Ridl e, stopped crer
la Roseburg Wednesday night enrute
kome frcm a trip Io Portland.
Lime and cement at very low prices it
Maratera' Drug store.
V. S. Patterson and son went to Drain
Wednesday morning to finirh their work
on Cellars Sisters' bote).
Cottage with barn, for rent. Inquire
of D. 8. West.
Judge M. D.Thompson returned Wed
nesday morning from a visit witb bis
family near Scottsburg.
Correct Clothing at Hildebrands.
Jackson, Josephine and Multnomab
county delinquent tax lists are being
Will Currier and Mrs. N. Boyd both
bave new display ads in this issue.
A marriage license has been issued to
William C. Pickens and Mabel Cheshire,
Robt. Alexander of Leona was a Rose
burg visitor Wednesday.
Mrs. I. B. Riddle, of Rid.ller is a
guest ol Roseburg friends.
County court, November trin, con'
venei next Wednesday.
City council meets io regular session
next Monday evening.
W. W. Cardwell is expected to arrive
Irom Kome soon.
Purchased by Senator R A. Booth
end Brother, Hon. J. 11. Booth.
O. F. Godfrey A Son, of the Dmglas
OiuutyB.uk bave sold their interes's
i-i il.ii oM aud well known banking
i 'a1 Minion of Roeeburg to Merei R. A.
aod J, II. Booth. Tbe deal waa consum
mated Wednesday but tbe actual trans
fur it not tike place uutil December
or January the 1st. It is uuderetood
that Senator A. C. Ma.aleM, II m. J. T.
Bridges, F. W. Benson and a few others
wi!l take stock in the bank under the
new uianageaiei.t and the busioeas wilt
ba omducted under the old name of
Douglas Couoty Bank. M tears .Godfrey
bave btta coocected witb this bscic, the
oldest in Southern Oregoo, for the past
ten ears during which time aod even
since its establishment in 1443 bas
always been considered one of the solid
fiuaocial ibetiluous tf the state and its
record bas beeu most creditable. The
Messrs Godfrey have pioven themselves
genial, obliging gentlemeo and thorough
ly practical buaiuest men. They bave
many frienda l.ere who will regret to
learn that tbey contemplate leaving this
city to engage iu buaiu .M in Portland,
though tbey will retaiu their city and
farm prorty iutt reels in and near
Roseburg. We j oiu iu wiahicg tbem
bepiueeaand pri'ierity in tueir new
Tbe auccrs. :rs to He business of the
Douglas Conily Bank are numbered
among tbe bent known aud most substan
tial buaineas menol the slate, being a', tbe
bead ol tbe big Booth-KeHey Lumber Co.
an i largely infertile! io important enter-
piiree in Josephine and this county, ic-
cIoJit-4 a banking buirinefs at Grants
Pace. That tbey aie genial, accommo
dating and wiJe aaake buaioeas men
goea without aaying aud are solid finan
cially. We join with the many friends
of the new banking firm in wishing
Boi so Ovsa Bert Bice, tbe young
man who Mole a saddle. In idle aad a
pair cl M-riv from J. W. Hill on tbe
upper Ul.Uiuelte a:j(.t tbe 6lb of
Oo'.oWr, and V aa brought bark
from C'o k t .i.uly ixt nut,i by Sheriff
Wittier, aa taaeu IxJore Joa'ice C. A
Wiii'ermeir Uiia m n'v , where be
waived rx tuiiiiaiio-j and waa loaoJ ever
lo appear oefore the c 'C.iit ciO-1 w hwh
oniern-s n-xt IIojJjj. F.i i to fcro-
iab Mil he will tike Ktdgn.ga iu ths
Hotel de Withers un'ii his trial comes
ntf. Eugene 'iua-d. It aili l-e remem
bered ttiat youcg Bice t convicted l
stea'ing a horse from a Myrtle Creek
party some time aaj io Lb Docglee
Coonty Circuit Court aod given a shcrt
eenlruce, wliich oa completing, be al
most iinmejiatelv l-'id hi profeaaion
agaio as above related.
Givas Awar Mrs. N. Boyd, dealer
in grorenre aad glaaaaare, bri Umi'ed
period of time will give every purchaarr
of a dollar's wonb of diabea or glet wre,
t btr store a chance in tbe gran t draw-
mg for a lwutiful cba uber set. Call at
ber store and see prise.
Kabb 0 camus Oar roc.er tnsl
was need yesterday lo rrj icw over tbe
raising ol the wooUn imil bones waa
originally pan baaed for another purpose
to rriaoe over deuixratic victories.
But srxb ooraaiuo. these dajr, eeem
very, vry rare E iguoe Guard, dem.
Fob Kkst 134 acres ol land, 25 acres
tillable cn Deer Creek, 7 miles from
Roeeburg. Inquire of J'obn Hamlin,
Roeeburg, Ore. If.
Eos. In Garden valley, Thursday
Oct. 24, I'Ol, to lbs wife of J. C. Gilliam
Waxtku Five cord of four foot dry
fir wood. Will pay osb. Apply al this
Real Estate Transfers.
A M Smith to Sarah Smith, 4 Ml
acres in sees 2, 3, 10, 11 aod 35
tp 25 s, r4 west
A L PerkiostoC A Piki'o, an un
divided '4 intereet 10 lot 4, and
36' feet of the North aide of lot
3. block 4, Gardiner, Oregon
C A Terkina to Jolia E Perkins,
an undivided S lLterrt in lot 4,
and 36 feet 00 tbe North aide
of lot 3, block 4, liartiiner, Ore.
W G Petkios tiC A Perkins, an
undivided ,l4' intereet in lot 4 a'ld
3rJ, feet on tbe north side ot lot
3, block 4, Gardiner, Oregon...
0 A Perkins and wile to A L Per
kins S intereet io the above de
G o Perkins aod wile to C A Per-
kin, -4 interest 'o the above
Sol A Per kin aod wile to C A Per-
klus; J-4 Interest tn above prop
erty Tbe Dundee Mortgage aod Trust
Co, to J L Thornton, D L C No
41, io sees 3t and 35, also the N
of SEI4' of sec 35, except 10
seres in N E corner of name, 770
State to J W Reed, lot 13, sec 10,
tp 21 S, R 12 west, 40 acres. . . .
Alseno Young, et al, to Mary II
Cochran, land In sec 33, tp 27 S,
Robert Wade to Alfred R Oar, lot
6,see 6, lots 1 and 2 and SW '4 of
N E'4 of eec 7, all in tp 22S, R 11
wesi, 164.13 scree
Robert Wade to Pearly P Oar NE
M of NE4, and SW)4' of NE 4'
ol see 7, and i W 4 ol and
the E of SW i of sec 8. all
in tp 22 S, R 11 west, 100 acres.
Chae E Hasan! to F F Patterson,
the WS of A CA4 and N, of SE
H of eec 23, tp 22 6, R west,
Arnold, tbe forger, met swift jus
tice ia this city, lie passed the
forged check oaturday afternoon.
Polioemsto McClain, with his usual
alertness fastened tbe crime oa him
a few boors later and Monday, lees
than 48 hoars after he committed the
deed, he was arraigned and entered
a plea of guilty and was sentenced to
two years iu tbe penitentiary.
This is justice with a vengeance and
speakskwell for oar police and offi
cials. Albany Herald.
In all tta atacaa there
should be doaollaesa,
Ely's Cream Balm
deanm, soothe aod heals
the dlsraMd membrane.
It eons catarrh aad drives
awar a cold la tbs had
Cream Balm Is placed Into (ha nostrils, spreads
ever the membrane and Is absorbed. Ilelltfla un
mediate and a car follow. It Is sot drying do
not produce sneezing, targs Bias, 60 oanta at Drag.
gUUorbymaUj Trial 81m, 10 cents by mall.
JVJ gaOTHBRa, 0 Warm strasU Ktw TB
OF INTEREST TO m
We have accepted the agency of Strouse & Bros.
Celebrated "HIGH AKT" Clothing" and carry a
complete line of
The make and fit of this brand we guarantee to be 5
equal to any first-class merchant tailor. Also a full S
line of the Eaglan and Yoke coats for men and boys
New Shirts New Neckwear New Shoes
Still continues at the
1. 1 fil
and the way instruments
are leaving the store, it
is evident that the public
is taking advantage of
our extremely low prices
Wa liavo no r.arj. another redoi-U'Xi of
10 per cent, in nnler lo c!o oat anal
good Iixe'.tp stk, lo rxaie raoa
lor am her ear l.4. Witb tb ahrva
edo"in tou r t. radically tnyirj;
lbe ruanoa aod occs at aboieaals
price. I' yon ar inirecied in getting
a piano, call On tf aJlro.
T. K. RICHARD50N, Roseburg. Or
MONDAY, NOV. 4, 1901
Th ISrin-rtoirv Monarch
rrv-wntiiig an entirely new reper
Uure of Comedy.
COMPANY OK 25 PEOPLE
Superb Band and (rchej'tra. Six strong
(etsing bill, the 4 act comedy
"Down in Egypt''
Not There ia a portion of Southern
Illinois known aa Egypt.
PRICES: io,"39 and 30 cents-
Tlic alo of Kta ojoiis at String's
on Friday uiorning.
Cbbam WasriD. Tbe T. S.TowDscod
Creamery Co. at U Second St., Portlaod,
will pay highest market price for cream.
Will sell joo Cream Srparatojs.and take
your cream io paymeot. 03ttf.
All former (Herts shal.f red. All coinpetitioa Oat-distanccd.
This season, we have determined, shall be a record
breaker in our history. Never before have we offered
such values, never before has our stock been so com
plete and patterns so well selected.
This season finds us with
the most up-to-date line of
Ladies Jackets and Capes
ever brought to this city.
The qualities are of the fin
est aud prices the cheapest.
We have shoes for Men, Women and Children
Infants. A large assortment at small price.
FISHER & . BELLOWS 1
Suitsfor men, ranging in price from
$H TO 25;
The correct system is a grest thirg. The test of
a correct system is its fruits. Our system of piano J
selling simplifies the Eannt-r f piano purchasing,
so that a child can Luy an instrument without
paying a penny too much for it. The high prices
ou pianos that we hear of now and then, seem
wonderful to us. Piano questions of all kinds are
gladly answered by us. Ve have been selling
music and musical instruments right here in Rose
burg for over eleven years and six years in Port
land, Oretron. and ve can refer to hundreds c f nnr.
chasers who are all well
ments ana tue prices paid lor tliem, exce
We will give name later with explanations.
and Best Route to
an.l al! Coue Bay PoidU. j
Leave Ieetmry every nvonung at 6
o'clock, arrive at Myrtle r'it, S p. m.
Leave Myrtle Point at 6 a. in., arrive
in Bon-burg at S p. in. every day.
Title Guarantee ti Loan Co.
J. St. Utmivmrn,
D- C, SaBriTPii.
09 In live Court TJoom. Ht the oo'j com
piettart ol alwtrart Uoks tn I-hm m I .vuotT.
DooalM oniT L.rj arxl mimne clt.n. H.t.
also a eomp'ei. el ol Trarincs ol all lownfthip
piato la tbe kwbnri, Urvua. V. b. LaaJ lis
tnet. Will lukf biu print xpr ol any to.a
ahlp sbowlna all vacant jot Drucnt lasJa.
hatarr public In offlos, tnaorasoa accnta.
CDmapondaooe solid tod. ii
What do you think of a MAN'S ALL WOOL SUIT
for $5.00? We have it, aud plenty of them. We have
better ones also. You should see our clothing
pleased with the instru
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They comprise everything
that is new. Our furs are
direct from the manufactu-
rers, assuring vou correct (
style and low price.