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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1901)
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advertising in doll sea
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tbat ot the merchant who "cant af
ord? to advertise.
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Published on Mondays and ThursdaysEstablished 1868.
ROSEBURG, DOUGLAS COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5. ioor.
FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! I
Bargains in Linen Lace at 5 $
Collarettes, the big and only swell line
in the cit. Fur Boas in all lengths,
colors and styles. Ladies, if you want
a swell black dress, call and examine
our stock, we can assure you it is the
best money can buy.
LATE NEWS SUMMARY
STATE, GENERAL, FOREIGN.
Cream of the Dispatches DUhed
Up in Condensed Form for
the Busy Reader.
cents per yard.
Dr. W. P.
Wollenberg: Bros. s.
Open until 8 o'clock.
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and we present our claims for con- S
si deration to the k
buying public, confident that when Z
goods are examined and prices com- k
pared all purchases will be made Jl
with us. We are showing the &
of solid oak rockers ever shown in
Douglas county also a full line of
styles of Furniture, Carpets, Rugs
Our Toy Department
contains Doll Carriages,
Tables, Kocking Horses'
Shoo Flys, Cradles, Rockers and Chairs, Stoves, Iron Express Wagons
from f 1.00 up and many other things too numerous to mention.
B. W. STRQNQ,
THE FURNITURE MAN. . Roseburg, Ore
FOR CASH OR TRADE.
J. F. BARKER & GO.
for bad weather. It is here now
and wil! be w ith ns for "quite a
while." We have the necessary
footwear to complete your rainy
day costume, and a complete
and Rubbers. . . .
all np to the usnal high standard
of quality and marked at usual
Grants Pass re-e'ected
Kremer as. mayor Monday.
Lane county's uld court house
gene has been converted iutu a
The U. S. supreme court Monday, io a
decision, again held thkt the PbiiippiLO
Islands are American territory.
The Portland Elks bare purchased
100x100 feet, corner Stars and Seventh
streets, a tome tile, lor $ -4,500 cash.
Miss Mary Clagett baa opened a barber
shop iu S(okue. She is the daughter
of the late Jadge Cl:-tt of San FrancU-
The Eogeoe Woolen Mil! contract has
been awarded to X. B. Alley, who will
commence the erection of the building
Brnno Vitus, (be ott er day, sold hi
bead of corn-fed hogs to a ForilanJ deal
er for $600. He got $o.I0 per 100 pounds
gross weight. Eugene Register.
Tue secretary of the Ireatur; s imatee
for the needs o' the government for I be
next fical year ia ilJ,S27 6St, a re
duction from last jear (1V01) of (lti.000
Drilling fur oil hs common td at
Springfield Lane count?. The Great
West Oil A Coal ' ompany, expect to
to down about 20 feet per day for
A terrible collision of two ferry boats
running between Oakland and San Fran
cisco occured Saturday reeollia in only
three passengers out of the 20 being
E. Robinson, of New berg, baa been
appointed clerk of the Receiver in the
United States Lind Office at La Grande.
The appointment comes through the
civil service department.
Twelve British columns operating no
der the block-Lonse system are to hem
in the Boers. This means they will
bnild block booses and gtmeon tbem
with soldiers as tbey re take the conn
The supreme ccort handed down i
decision Monday which decide lb
Union coon'y pan handle cae in f.vor
o! Baker county. I bit is termor? an
nexed by the last legislature to Baker
county oat of Union county.
Two hundred acres, embracing 'he im
port ant points in the baitle-fidld of San
Joan, Cuba, have been boogLt by the
U. S. government, which will hoi J it as
a reservation and have it laid oat as a
beautiful park. It is said thr. the idea
was first suggested by President Roose
The Chinese Six Companies of San
Francifco have called npon each China
man in the United S'ates to contribute
eoe dollar (o fight the extension of the
Geary Exclusion act at the present
aton of Congress. The six companies
will contribute large sums of money for
tb:s pnrpese tbemselvea.
3 By F. B Hamlin Co Sihool 8upt. W
Tbe Stale Teachers' Association which
was to have met at Eugene daring tbe
holidays has been postponed till the lat
ter part of Jane.
Yonr Superintendent baa acrep'ed an
invitation to meet with the patrons of
school district 2C, near Oakland, next
Friday, Dec. 6, for the purpose of con
sidering matters of much interest to tbe
J. E. Harvey has closed his school in
district 50, Cleveland, and letnrned to
his horns near Roeeburg. 1
George A. Cranav f bo la teaching in
district 5, Green's StaMon, called at oar
office on business last Saturday. He re
ports an enrollment of 20. a regnlar at
tendance and much interest in tbe work.
There will be a Christmas tree in the
neighborhood on Christmas eve. Pro
Miss Alice Cllnkenheard was a pleas-
nt caller Saturday forenoon. She re
ports her school io district 25, at Mel
rose to be in a flourishing condition.
he bul.'ing is full to overflowing and it
rU be impossible to accommodate any
more pupils from outside districts.
J. E ..Patterson of district 16, Brock-
way, dropped in to invite ye superintend
ent to a shadow social and entertain
ment to be given at tbe school house
uext Friday evenening, Dec. Gib. An
nteresting program baa been prepared
and an erjoyable evening promised to
ail who attend. Tbe proceeds are to to
to tbe library land of tbe district. He
retorts a full school of bard working
Miss Edith Aldrkh closed ber school
in district 107, last Friday evening with
be following interesting pre gram :
Roll call. Response by Lonlellow quo
Song, America, All
Recitation, The Angela ot Boena Vista.
Recitation, A Helping
Recitation, My Kitty's
Drill, by ten children.
Recitation, Council of the
Recitation, Tbe Fet of the
Recitation, The Bogle Sung. Hattie
Dialogue, When I'm a Man,
Recitation, Ths Girl Who Never
Please, Harriet Coanta.
Recitation, Tbe Three Wishes, Minnie
Recitation, A Juvenile OplomutlBoyd
D aloKoe. Object, Eight Children.
Recitation, Where I Would Reside
Recitation, A Model Tea Party, Win
Dialogue, The Doctor's Visit, Georgia
and Boy J Co, per.
Recitation, It Makes a Difference,
Ricitaion. Somebody's Mother, Jaxes
Bong, God be With Yoa.
Refreshments and games.
Music was (oroiehed by Cut. Tat lor
and Mr. Nixon.
Sharply Criticize Dickinson s Ac
tion in Stone Case.
THEY DECLINE RESPONSIBILITY
Captain THley Vindicated. Italian
Custom Prohibited in This
. , Country.
...FLINT'S SHOE STORE...
Who Pays the Grocer?
Oar cnbtomers pay ns and tbey do it wllLotit licking,
because we 6ell tbe bebt groceries. btpl aud fancy, hi
the mo6t reasonable prices in tbe city. If yon don't
know this to be a fact, prove it by giving uo a trial
order. '.Phone 1C3.
If, in this past yoa have had trouble
with yonr typewriter ribbons, send
sample order to E. L. King, No. 21S San
some Street. San Francisco, and see il
yoa can't get a hotter ribbon for seventy
five cents than you have been paring a
doll ir for. (7 per dozen any color and
for any machine. E L. Kino,
Pacifice Cuai-t General Agent
2IS San some St.. Ban Francisco. Mo
'Just One Girl" too Many.
Hints to Housewives.
Half the battle in good cooking, is to have good
fresh Groceries, and to get them promptly
when ou order them. Call up 'Phone No. 181,
for go A goods and good service.
Jnck Keatin. of Portland, author
-Just One Girl," an I "Just as the 8a
Went Down." was sued for 120,000 for
breach ot cromiee, and it ia said com
promised the rase l'-r $5,000. About ci
muntbssgo be was married to Mis Clers
Trout man. Miff Jeseie Stillson v. a' the
plaintiff in the case.
lu.portant flininj Sale.
City Council Proceedings.
The well-known Granite Hill mine on
Loose creek were sold daring last week
for a reported consideration of $75,000 to
W. J. Morpbv, of Chicago and M. A
i.atbrop, oi Briton, Mass., by the pro
prietors, Messrs. R. A. Booth, J. O
uootn and V l. Uangam. I be mines
consist of several hundred acres of good
ground, excellent . water rights good
dompa and two giant. The banks are
from twenty to tbirtv feet high, of blue
gravel, that yields very easily and is
quite productive ol coarse gold. Tbey
have been worked for a number ot years
past at a very substantial profit to the
owners. The ledges are just above it
gravel beds snd are soppoeed to be feed
ers for tbe placers. Tbey are well de
veloped and of a very good width.
Nkw York. Dec. 3. The Bulgarian
government's reply to United Slates Dip
lomatic Agent Dkkintou's note has just
been mads public by tbe Anstro-Hongai-ian
Foreign Ministry, at Vienna, says
the Vienna correspondent of the World.
It was Written by Mr. Daneff, Bulgaria's
Minister of Foreign Affairs, and con
cludes with the following words:
"I am surprised tbat yon have come
to tbe conclusion tbat tbe United Stale
will bold Bulgaria respoi sible for Mies
Stone's death, I must regard it as cer
tain that the using of violence by tbe
brigands can only be attributable to yoor
protracted negotiations. It was for yon
to carry the negotiations to a successful
end. Tbe Bulgarian government declines
In Vienna this answer is considered
most impudent, and tbe hope is ex
pressed that tbe United-Slates will bold
Bulgaria responsible for Miss Stone's
CAPTAIN T1LLXT VIXUICATIO.
Tctiila, Samoa, Nor. 15, via San-
Francisco, Tec 3. (Correspondence ol
tbe Aseocia'ed Press.) The general
court-martial which has been aittiog for
the last six days on board tbe United
Statej ship Solace, conclcded its silting
Admiral Silas Casey officially informed
Captain B. F. Tilley tbat be bad been
aoei noooraoiy acqnuiea by all mem
bers of the coort of the charges of mala J
ministration as Governor of Tutuila, and
oi conduct unbecoming an officer and a
gentleman. It ia slated bers tbat tbe
charges against Captain Tilley were
tirongbt about by letters wriUen by a
bite woman living bere to the Navy De
partment at Washington. Tbe court
was composed of Admiral Evans, presi
dent; Adnrra! Gas and Captains
rborxas, Hcoper, & iter and Merry.
There is a general feeling ol aatialac
lion amesg l be native and whit bote
becans of Captain Tilley's acqoitta'.
TKAFT1C W ITAUAX UIBLS.
Clsvsxako, fc 3. The workers of
Alia Hooee Social Settlement, which was
established and is supported by Mrs.
Prentice, of Chicago, a dougbter of J.hn
D. Rockefeller, are making an effort to
slop the practice of Italian parents in the
slums of Belli ag their little daughters in
marriage. Tbey have been succeesJa! in
one case, preventing the issuance of a
license to Gandensio Gentile to mart v
Beatrice Corry, 14 years ol age. They
say that tbe prospective bridegroom bad
paid for the girl's hand.
BOYCOTT AM KBIT AX TOBACCO.
Naw Yoaa, Dec 3. The Imperial To
bacco Company baa addraased the Brit
ish public on ibe sut j ct of tbe tobacco
war, rays tbe Tribune's London corres
pondent. In about 100 London and pro.
viotial journals there appears a s trick
ing page adveriieeuisnt appealing to
patriotic British smokers to boycott
American importations. The advertise
ment is supposed to have cost folly 7000
for oca day.
The Kangaroo Man.
Tne city council metMonday night and
the lollowiog members were nresent
Mayor E. V. Hoover; Coontiiuien F. P.
Brown, H. Wollenberg. W. J. LLders,
h. L. Baehiord and N. Kice: Marshal P.
W. Dillard and Recorder D. 8. West.
Alwent: Council men C. W. Parks. F.
W. Haynes and P. Benedick.
The minutes of tbe i-revkins meeting
wrre read and approved. Mr. G. I.
Brown, snperintendent ol tbe Roeeborg
Water A Light Co., not being present
and notifying tbe board that be would be
in the ciiy on the &ih day ol this month
to enter into a cei tain contract with tbe
council to furnish the eit v with light, it
was moved that the committee oo electric
lights meet with Mr. Brown with foil
power to act and enter into a contract
for the city for electric lights ; motion
Report of Marshal Dillard read and or
dered placed on file.
It was moved and carried that any
person or persons, who shall solicit lor
any laundry house ontside of tbs City of
Roeebnrg, shall pay a license of f 10 pe
year and ibai the above t. placed in
the Amendment to Ordinance No. 136.
Uudr-r this bead came the reeding of tbe
Amendment of Ordinance 136, lo amend
lio-nsc wbirb wss read lor tbe third
time- It was moved 'thai the amend
ment as read be adopted. Motion was
carrie-l. Tbe amendment reas as fol
lows: An ordinance io amend Ordinance No
136 of lb city of Rosebnrg, approved
July 13, !.
An ordinance to license and regulate
buaineee, trades, ocenpationa snd pro-
feseious within the corporate limits of
the t iiy of Roeeburg, Oregoo. Tie city
of Roaeborg doe. ordain as follows:
Section I. It ali all not be lawful foi
any person or persons, to keep for pay
within the corporate limits ol tbe city o'
Roeeburg, any of the following bo in car
es without first obtaluing a lk eoe. bere
below set forth, to wit:
ir.e ioi;owing butiorrs, trades, occn.
palioLS and profsesioos shall be licensed
and the following rate annually charged
Boot and shoe store. 15 00
Boardiog bonee 5 00
Brick yards 10 00
Brewery 50 00
Batcher shop 15 00
Drag stores 30 00
Hoc Sb farnisher .30 00
Second hand store cany in g new
goods 20 00
Grocery store , 15 00
Hardware stores 35 fi
Harrises etoree.T. ,.Tj 00
.iotels ckarpr over 1 per day. ..40 00
llot-ls charging not over f 1 per dayl5 00
Jeweler and repairer 15 00
Dry goods stores 40 00
Public board and lodging boose... 10 00
L-dgiog bo oars only 5 00
Printing house 15 00
Sash, door and planing mill... 20 UU
Water companies S5 00
Electric com pan ie 25 00
Ex pre com panic 5 00
Telegraph cmnpanie 15 00
Telephone compaeies each 'phone
per month...... 06
Selling patent medicio on trrt,
a nd fcr fakes, etc, for aid shows
or exhibit on street, per day 15 00
Agent for soliciting laundry for ool-
sidt- lb city of Rotebarg 10 00
BILLS ALLOW ID.
The following bill were allowed and
ordered paid :
Jasper Harden wttnee 4 2 00
E G McGbebey, wiinee 2 00
Leon a Mill Co , lumber 9 35
H S Flook, l Va dav'a work with
Mr Alice YaoBureo, exprag 1 50
Harry C Sloctim, treasurer's saU-
ary to Dec 1 28 75
Rusabnrg W A L Co., light 100 67
Guarantwd to cjual any
K.L. KING, Gen'l Agent, 218 Sansome St., San Francisco
OT. C. COIMIMER, t.ocal Agt., Roscburtz
Who will win the Prize?
For every 50 rei.t porchae at my store yon not only get
value received io the freht and beet groceries in lon
at lowest pricvs, hot a tirket which may make yoa the
- winner d( tbe handsome prize tbe extra large wax doll,
now on exhibition io my store window. Call early before
tbe ticket sre all out.
For Sale at Bargain.
Household goods and furnishings, I wo
good milch cows and on phaeton. In
quire at the Dojglas County Back or
boms of O. F. Godfrey. tf.
We are informed that a determined el
fort is being made to capture the " Kanga
roo man," who is supposed to be roam
ing io tbe lids of the Sixes River coun
try, terrorizing th tenderfoot prospec
tors io that region, and destroying tbe
game supply to satisfy his insatiable de
sire for spilling blood, tells ths Coos Bay
News. An Eastern man, who ha han
dled frssks in the show business for a
number of years, was in town last week,
and gained much intimation from Levi
and Al Smith regarding the wild man ;
bia habits, his appetite for lone prospec
tors, and tbe probable location of tbe
cave which he makes his Winter quar
ters. A banting party is to be organised
In the near future, and should they suc
ceed in capturing him he will be exh b
ited ia the principal cilie of the Unit d
Slates and European countries.
Contra! hotel, Krieooer' meals. . 7 60
Plaindealer, adv tree notice 4
wef k ; i 50
F W Dillard, salary lor Not 52 50
D 8 West, salary lor Nov ... 25 00
Elaborate ' arrangement are being
naJft by in. Roaeborg lodge, Foreeters
ol America, for a grand ball to
be given io the opera bouse Christmas
eve. The Foreeters' well known reputa
tion as royal entartaiuer will be fully
sustained on this occasion, tbe success
of which is already assured. Don't for
get the date. U
Card ot Thanks.
Wamdto, Ore., Dec, 1,1901.
We wish to thank cur many friends
who so kindly assisted us daring the
'est tickuesa of oar dear wife and mother.
Fain kb Ward and Family.
..S3lIWIICD4A..II- Cj ododiids..
To those who are thinking about buying a Piano or Organ we wish to call your attention to the fine line of
musical instruments in our store also to mhat our customers have to say in regard to iustrumeuts purchased
of us. Buying in large lots enables us to offer you bargains. s
C. W. PARKS Si CO.
$ THE SUNSET GROCERY...
W. A. Busk, Roskbubq. Sept, 16, 1901. i
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Dear Sir: -We sre proud of our Kingsbury piaoo and take a delight In showing
it to oor friends that come in our store. II we were going lo bay another piano it
would be a K'Dgnbury aa we found It as represented.
v ery Truly i ours,
' Bill Sistsbs
ROSKBL'RO, Nov. 2, 1901.
Will continue to tre, as It hn "n, h , a l
and prices. I) n't fo-get the' nr t'0"ds ar.
freeb. A trial ia respectfully eolniit d.
aTWe handle Albany Creamery Batte
r -in quality
all uew and
BROWN St CLOYD.
to buy a farm
to' buy a house
rent a hounc
build a house
move a bouse
F F. Jaiterpon,
Dkab Sib: I am pleased to say, after haying purchased a Kingsbury piano ol
yon, 1 am more than sausneu wun u. i nn-i n especially adapted lor teaching at
the action is yery light and the tone beautiful Hazel K. Pkhby
Ma W. A. Burr, Music Dealer, Robebcko, Oregon, Sept. 3, 1901.
Diab Sib: After standing some mouths in looking snd carefully' studying the
different makes of pianos, we have never regretted purchasing a J. A C. Fischer of
yoa. Tbe action and tone quality Is superior to all others In my Judgment.
B. F. Russkll.
W. A. Bibb, Roskbcrq, Oregon, Nov. 6, 1901.
DbabSik: After having Mr. Stilts' Kingsbury piano in our bouse fcr a month
or two last soring, we decided that we wanted one for our own home, and have
never regreted buying one E. h. Blodobtt,
W. A. Pobb, RosaiiPBo, Oregon, Oct. 12, 1901.
Dear Si: Th Kimrsbnrv nl ann lhat . tinrrliad nf vnn in Oklahoma and
later brought through with us to Rosebnrg, we are surprised to find that it still
remains in ffOOd tuna. Ant nnn Hp.lriiiir a itnul tii.ni, at a ma.l(nm nrta in An.
judgment, could do no belter than selecting a Kingsbury piano.
very liuly l ours,
W. A. Bcrr, RossBi'BQ, Sept. 20, 1901.
Dear Sir: Tbe Klnusbnrv niann von M ma ia hist aa von ranreaantail It. nr.
feet in tone and quality. - I find it pays to huv the right instrument from th right
I remain your very respectfully.
G. J. Eaton,
Mb. W. A. Blbb. Mosic Dealer, Yoncalla, Oregon, Noy. 29, 1901. .
DeabSib: The Voee A Son piano we purchased of yoa some time since, baa
giyen entire satisfaction. Ths sweetness ol lone and light, easy action, together
with the beautiful case, make it an' instrument not to be surpassed. Our many
friends who have seen it have all spoken in praise ol It tone and action. We see
no reason for people to go away from tome to pui chase an instrument when tbey
can do just as well if not better by patronizing home business men.
Yours Verv Truly,
Da. W. H. Vos.
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X. . V
Prom our stock. Will convince an-one that
quaiity is all right. We have something new
in Pocket Cutlery every blade tested before
being put in. Also a fine line of Wilson -Butcher
Knives, Meat C-oppers, etc The
best of everything at
CHURCHILL & W00LLEY
Have you seen the
just received at
O. OLSON f
IF YOU WISH A NICE PRESENT
FOR A FRIEN D YOU SHOULD CALL
AT ONCE AND GET FIRST CHOICE
"The Racket Store
New Business Policy.
" For a greatVbile w. have been Irvine to Hunk out a systni to
iwHaTca U and credit tn.de. It canmH hlp be conceded
MfaS tntoleil ,Tle that the ready ch thrown uion tbe
omnter ha 8 an ailvanUge over time accounts.
Hereafter our terms will
be s per cent discount
Upon Dry GWs, Furnishing Goods, Hats, -Shoes
VlOluing tor -vwiaa. -Furchaser
vnust at leas t amownt to il to j-roenre dkiconnU. -
x per cent discount .....
Upon Grocerit , Tobacco, Tiii andGrauitewaro and any
other eoi rds not mentioned in 5 per cent. list.
-ninst at let amount to VI to prootirv aigHtnt. ,
W E ARE FAIR TO
WITH A no
v-v ronrv WE BELIEVE
. CASH AND CREDIT CUSTOMERS.
N. SELI G, Myrtle Creek,
formed in Roseburg
have incorporated under the above
name. Their stock consisting of 475 ,
, . Dolls to sell from 1 peony tp $5"; 5x : ' r-0
souvenir views of Roseburg from 15
cents, to 75 cents cachi iix toy trains,: ,
r. steam and hot air 'engines from io '
. cents to ?3-75 each; tool chests, Hobby -
horses,! wagons, crokinole ' and :Jt (
kinds of game boards from 15 cents to agy
.i?5-50. Christmas, lreetoruameuts.f ; , f , CS
We hae nothing to give away, nor do we h.ive auv arm price
for anv comptitors, but we will guarantee if vu.i "trade "xitii ua
we will save 10 per cent on all of this line of cuoda. ' ! i i i 1
Sr BEARD & SANTA CLAUS rS
W. A. BURR d CO.,
if. on don't know PAT
c4! ca or addreea . .