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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1902)
UUIY 1 UVER LOOK THIS.
While you are out shopping don't think about buying before you
call and see our line of Spring and Summer Dress Goods as they
are the most complete and up-to-date line in the city. Our line
of Wash Silks, mercerized Gingham, Dimities and colored
Lawns can't be beat in price and quality.
Our Reay-to-Wear Waist
In this line we excel all others as our line is
the most complete line in the city. White
Waists from 50 cents and upwards.
Here is the line we can save you money in.
Walking Hats and street shape. An elegant
6ailor for 60 cental
Onr Imperial $3 Shoes for ladies will compete
with any $3.50 shoe in the city in the way of
wear and beauty.
Gentlemen, our line of Golf and Fancy Shirts
are the latest and most complete line ' in the
The celebrated David Adler & Son's line of
Clothing i known far and near and that is the
lino we carry. Tho prices are right and the
fit is perfect and if you will step in we will
surely convince you that we can save you mon
ey if buying of us.
' Here is where we shine. We have the swell
est and most complete line in Southern Ore
gon, and for the new eft and latest thing out
don't over look ns as we have them in the line
The celebrated W. L. Douglas Shoe which we
are sole agents for, (eaks for itself, if you will
give them a trial. We hrve theiu in Oxfords,
high cuts, also in tans and ox-blood colors.
One door touth ot Ibe
The place to get these geods is at the People's Store.
The People's Store
Book and Stationery Store
A FINE LINE OF
Just received to
which we would'
It embiaces everything
that is new and stvlish in
in either Plain, Silver
Mounted or Mexican
The' are better
than the ordin
ary hind, and
suitable for nice
Call and see them. It's a
' pleasure to show goods.
Of Local Interest
BE YOUR OWN JUDGE
OF WHAT YOU BUY
All we ask is that 3ou try our
Ice Cream and Soda
Ice Cream Sandwiches
Latest Thing Out. Try them
WOOD & BELL, Proprietors
Phone Maine 1S3.
Abstract of Title to Deeded Land.
Papers prepared for filing on Govern
Bine Prints of Township Maps showing
all vacant Lands, One Dollar Each.
K t. ALLEY,
Plans and Estimates for all Build
ing. 5pecial designs for Office Fixtures
Office in Marks Building . 'Phone 415
School supplies at Marster'sDmg Store.
Fall Hats for children's school wear,
at the Bell Sisters.
We buy old icon and pay the highest
prices for the same Sykes & Carroll.
The ashes falling here do not come
from Martinique; they are of the home
brand. A. A. Fink and J. S. Fitzhugh and
wife left Sunday for a short visit at
Cole E. Stanton, left this city Satur
day, for Cambridge, Mass., to enter
Felt outing hats at the Bell Si.ter?.
None in town to compare with thein in
tone, touch and quality.
Don't monkey with that old stove, j
get a new Wilson air tight at Sykes
the price is right and the stove is a hot
cne, that's al
Ralph Terrill, wife and child and Mrs.
Stearns, returned - Satnrday from Me
hama, where they have been visiting
Volney London, has leased the Over
land hotel at Myrtle Creek of Messers.
A. T. Thompson and Harry Miller. He
took possession Wednesday.
"Say, they are beauties '." Where did
you get them: wny at funis snoe
store of course, its the only place to get
shoes. They are Queen Quality Shut.
School supplies atMarster's Drug Store.
Sam Joseph son, Carl Becker and Nat
Curry, armed with 30-30 rifles left Sun
day in qnest of big game on Coos river,
Coos county. The boys expect to spend
about a week in the Coast Mountains.
Pet McMartin, a well known logger
of Cottage Grove, spent Saturday in
Roceburg, transacting business before
the regLler of the U. S. Land office.
The Pliixdkalkb was favored with a
Douglas County Creamery wants your
cream and will pay highest cash prices
or butter fat. Write for cream cans.
Will furnish you Cream Separators that
are second to none in Quality and lri
on moet any condition yon may desire.
The Sharpies Tubuler Cream Separator
leads. Douglas county creamery refer
ances, First National Bank and Douglas
County Bank, Ro eburg Oregon.
School books at Marster's Drug S tore
TJ. S. Martin, the enterprising furni
ture dealer of Cottage Grove, was a
Roseburg visitor Saturday. Mr. Martin
had been enjoying a little vacation trip
to Southern Oregon and stopied off in
this city on his way home. He said he
had not been able to see much of the
country owing to the dense smoke.
Roseburg, he says, presents the busiest
scene of any of the Southern Oregon
Were it not for the GOOD
QUALITY of materials used
in Hildebrand's foot form
shoes, the vast QUANTITY
we sell would be impossible.
School ltooks at Marker's Drug Store.
Old iron is valuable. Save it, we will
buy it Sykes & Carroll.
W. T. Clark, of Millwood, was in
Roseburg on business Friday.
W. P. Willis, of Myrtle Creek, was a
Roseburg viBitor Friday.
Dr. E. M. Cheadle and.8. A. Sanford
have returned from their hunting trip
in the Bohemia district.
Engineer Walter Everton and wife of
Grants Pass were passengers on thw
morning's local bound north.
Mrs. I. Woollenberg and son Ralph,
are visiting in Portland, where Ralph
will attend the Hill military acadeuiv
Dist. Atty. Geo. M. Brown arrived
Friday evening from Coos and Curry
counties where he has been on official
M rc. Frank Churchill, who has been
visiting relatives and friends in the
Willamette valley returned home Thursday.
F. S. Day, a jeweler and watchmaker,
of Eugene, is in this city locking for a
location. This office received a pleas
Ct induct or Ab Hamlin returned from
Portland Sunday evening where he has
recently undergone an operation for appendicitis,
Mies Frances Abernethy, of Dora, whe
has been visiting with Mrs. J. W. Ham
ilton, left Friday for Forest Grove to
enter the Pacific Univeraitr.
Mrs. J. W. Hamilton, daughter and
son, i;utu ana tui, icit rriaay morn
ing for Portland, where Misa Ruth will
enter St. Helen's Hall.
Dr. Geo. E. Honck returned Satur-
lay morning from Portland where he
had been attending the annnal conven
tion of the State Medical Society.
Mrs. V. C. London and daughter.
Mrs. Jennie Krantz, returned this
morning from MyrtleCreek, where they
have been vising "mine hoste" V. C.
I-on.l.ui of the Hotel Overland.
A hot combination, a Wilson air tight
heater and a tier of wood. One tier will
make as much heat in a Wilson air tight
as two will in any other air tight stove.
Half car load just in. 8. K. Sykes.
IL.n. J. T, Bridges, register of the
Roseburg land office, stopped off in Ea-
gne Friday enroute to Portland." The
Kosebur office it conducted on
thoroughly bnMnes principals under his
The big automobile in which G. W.
Cannack and wife, of Seattle, are tour-
ng to San Francisco arrived in this city
alwut 3 o'clork yesterday afternoon,
and after replenishing their gasoline
tanks went on tneir war.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Langlois and
baby of Fort Canby, Wash., who has
been vieiting Mrs. Langlois' father,
Judge Riddle, at Azalea, arrived in this
citv Saturday and were the guests of
Miss Addie Stewart, leaving Sunday
morning for a vieit in Coos county.
It is pail tiiat a crowa oi young peo
ple wet e out walking one evening last
wet-k and as they found a grape patch,
two of the young men clinilel the fence
to pick some of the graies junt because
the ladies in the party wanted them
The third gentlemsn n fused to pick any
of the grajes, because he said, "I pick
ed some watermelons after dark about a
year ago and it cost me ML"
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. LaBrie, of Douglas
county, arrived in town Friday. Mrs.
LaBree ia a sister of D. G. Beale, and is
interestel iu the large tract of uuiuv
proved bottom land opposite town, and
tiicy have come to join Mr. Beale in
tuiine this laud in cultivation. This
will add materially to the productive
r.cps of our locality. 1 hey will live in
the Knowltrn cottage being vacated by
Asst-SHor Thrift. Cojuille Hearld.
Ed. Weaver was down horn Myrtle
Creek Friday, and informed ns that the
prune drying season will open in earnest
today. Several driers started up lust
week, but had to shut down for lack of
ripe fruit. This is the latest season in
the history of Uie prune industry for
Myrtle Creek. If the fall rains keep off
until late all will lte well, but if not dis
aster to the prunes will follows. Pickers
will receive 5 cents per bushel box this
season. Dryer men will receive from
IL.25 to 1.50 per day and board, and
t ravers, teamsters, graders and tree
shakers from f 1.00 to $1.35 T day and
tast Thursday evening, about
ten miles above on cow creek, John
Gillham and Jos. Brown, with their
families drove to the old orchard back of
the farm, to gather some fruit. Arriv
ing there they found their usually gentle
old cow with a young calf, which they
proceeded to drive home. Mrs. Gillham
who was not in the wagon at the time,
and weariiy; a red apron, was attacked
by the cow in a most viseious manner
knocking her down and stamping her
body in a fearful manner. Although
for a time her injuries were thought to
be fatal, we are happy to state that her
condition is now quite favorable, Glen
Miss Hattio Logsdon, of Riddle, has
been visiting with lioseburg friends.
Wanted A girl to do general house
work. II. Wol-LENBEKU.
Mr. and Mrs. Jan. Short, of this city,
are attending the State Fair at Salem.
Dee Howard, of Looking Glass, left
Sunday morning, to attend tho Oregon
Mrs. W. A. Watkins and little
daughter, are visiting relatives ut
Sam Bolninger and John Buwen, the
two Buckway blacksmith, were in this
city( on business Sunday.
Hon. C. A. Shelbrede, of the Law
firm, wf Shelbrede & Gray of this city,
returned Sunday evening, from a busi
ness visit iu Portland.
Miss Ora Mote, who ut one time held
"case" in this office, left last week for
Portland, where she will spend the
winter attending colloge.
Conductor Shan Couse ia .laying off
and visiting with his daughter, Mm. J.
L. Gault, of Grant 1'asd, Conductor
Young lias his run on the local.
Rev. McDougal and his co-workeis in
the Methodist Episcopal church of
Grants Pas, are making preparations
for the Oregon Annual Conference
which will be held in that city from
Sept. 24 to 30.
Mrs. R. E. Meuson, of Sea tie, is visit
ing her mother. Mrs. Hoover, in this
city. e are sorry to here that M
Hoover health has not improved, and
her son Dr. K. V. Hoovsr states her
recovery is doubt hit.
A prominent farmer droped in the
Pi.Ai.NUF.Ai.cK ollice lat week to renew
his subscription, and during his con
versation he said : "It is a shame that
a city of this size, with as largo a sur
rounding farming country, docs not have
at least one public wintering 'trough to
water their tire I and thirsty ms
when they come to town to trade." Jt
is a good suggestion, now let our enter
prising merchants fee that something is
lone toward it.
Mrs. J. 15. l-cM ami daughter, Miss
Nettie r.iirdick, of Cottage Grove, were
in attendance at the W. C. T. U. con
vention in Kosehurg the latter part of
the session. Miss Nettie was one of the
four constants f..r the frrand gold med
al and carried off fi-coml honors, while a
large proportion of the audience were
nclined to the opinion that she thould
iave been awarded the medal, in fact
the judges found consider.ib'c difficulty
n rendering' the, linal deoidon, the
points made by the contestants being so
nearly eiual. Thi office was favored
with a ph asant call by Mrs. Lew.s and
Helen F. Barnett, a Pullman passen
ger on the Cslnornia express, Iia-1 a
dressing case containing jewels and
diamond valued at f lOt stolen from
her berth some time Thursday night,
bile traveling between Portland and
Roselmrg. She was enroute to the
'alace Hotel, San Francisco, from Port-
ami. On Fridar the ladies dressing
aeorgrip was found l.iJing in tl.e
lumber yard near the Kcseborg depot by
ocal oncers, where it had been riCed of
all it valuable c:uwsnt4. bv the parties
who stole it. It if liki-lr the parties
itoceeded on their way South or elfe
took the next train north with their lot.
Kwneday and his mansgerProttsman,
and "Ferries Wheel"' Gilviu have r-
tornttd from Portland. Kenedey, while
in that city gathered some good pointer
f r his new book "How to take care of a
Camel" and Gilvin placed his new short
ttory "20 minutes above tha clouds' with
the publishers. It is also said that "Nnf
Ced' Lawson's book, "The Eiephan
Keeper," has reached an enormus sale
on the Sound, and that Syke-s has not
yet convinced his friends that Seattle is
larger than Frisco.
"We Are from Southern Oregon
W. C.T.U. Adjourns
Tba Convention Held at Roseburg
well Attended and Interesting,
1 he Thursday evening session of the
W. C. T. U. convention was held in the
opera house with the object of better
accommodating the large crowds attend
ing the evening sessions especially.
i lie feature of the session was tha
contest for the W. C. T. U. grand gold
meJal, open only to holders of a gold
medal awarded in previous contests.
The contestants were Miss Florence Bur
nett, of Wasco; Miss Nettie Burdick, of
Cottage Grove ; Miss Daisy Maiden, of
Edeubower; Mrs. Amata Bradford, of
Roseburg. The judges awardeJ the
grand gold medal to Miss Burnett, and
the silver medal to Miss Burdick. The
exercises were good and the decisiou
was a close one for the judges. TL
door receipts amounted to over f 35
Miss Lurnett was unfortunaU in los
ing her old gold medal on the street be
tween the opera house and the dspot,
and the iiuder will confer a favor by
leaving same, with Mrs. Marstsri.
Douglas county was awarded the fine
Friday was the last day of the inven
tion and reports of all departments were
completed. The convention adopted
strong resolutions in favor of total ab
stinence and prohibition, condemning
wie utpueueary system anu pledging re
newed allegiance to legislative prohibi
tion. Under the head of parity they re
solved in favor of rjising the age of pro
tection for girls from IS t) 20 years,
against any form of prote tion of the so
cial evil, and condemning street fairs
and the corrupting features of tha mid
way aa degenerating in the extreme,
and in view of the approaching Lewis &
Clark Fair whoso highest success they
desire, calling upon all who love morali
ty to aid in' educating against these.
TliCv also tesolved in favor of compul
sory arbitration as the only sacressfDl ,
means of protection for the general pub!
The officers were alV re-elected. Some i
changes were made in the board of sn- '
periotendcr.t s. j
Col. SoLie-ki was at his best at tha
opera hou.e Friday evening, aai his ad
dress rounded out one of the most soc
cesfull conventions of anr kind erer
he'd in the citv.
Mrs. Vnruh left Friday m-trning for
her work in Neva !a and Utah, whera
she is to hold the s'.tte convention in
both states and hold stries of tnee'.inrs
in the larger c: tie. A tnetrtins is being
arrangel in the Salt Lake Tabernacle
Another Shoe Sale
WE PLACE ON SALE TODAY
131 pairs of Men's tan and oxblood lace shoes
131 pairs Ladies' tan, green, andjoxblood lace shoes
OF THE nANY BARGAIN
included In this lot, space permits the mention
only of the following. They are representative of
$3-5 $3-Oi and $2.00 Values
Now going for
S2.20, $2.00, $1.50
$3-25 $3-o $2.50 Values
Now selling for
$2.20, $2,00, $L75
An examination of the shoes will substantiate
When you see it in our ad its so. Everything guaranteed as represented
1900 the cnlv tip-to-date harness
on the market. On sale at Liodfrtt
Harness shop. jl61
School books at Marster's Drug Sloro
School suppliesatMarster's Durg Store.
Remaining uncalled for at the fU-
Persons calling (or these letters will
please state the date on which they are
advertised. Sept. 15. 1302.
Cordel!, J M Lee, Mrs Ipha
Chapman, LKDr Myres, Mrs Fany
Cooper, lUchael Mackey, Mrs M C
Cranstn, Mis M Suxkwcll, Mrs Claia
Cluck, 1! Smith, Miss Vera
Daly rym pie & Co J J
Foster, J W Wilbur Mrs Wra H
Gardiner, Mrs Geo Wright R M
ListulTJ Williams, C A
The letters will be charged for at the
rite of one cent each.
Wjt. A. Faarza, T. M.
Cass St. Meat Market.
Let us call for vour orders.
Title Uuarantee&Loan Co
i. D. HlIILTOR,
See;, aod Treas
O.1o in tbe Court Uoaw. Fix re Use oo-y etm
pieirsrt o( 'lr-t lkt la IXmilM tntij.
Abttrarti m-'ij CcruSoiu. of Title ruraUhxl to
IKn-t j orwnty lt4 aaj mliiia cMr. Kit.
Sim comp ete oi Inc. act r( ail toc:s
. in the Svrimni. Omroo, C. n. Land In
inct. WLI nuke biae pnrt copies ol aay tow a.
1900 Water Proof
Harness Oi! Olafkin;
Put up in the consistency c f cream, and
positively will net jramor mold. Gives
the leather firmness, yet makes it soft
and pliable, rreeervef the leather and
stitching from i:icleroect weather and
yivte tle harrus a neat and finished ap
teaiacoe. Keallv makes old harness
look new and will make it lirt twin; as
loo by the use of liX) llarnt Oil. It
is also enually pood for boots ind thocs.
Manufactured by J. W. MOTE, Roso
ltrg, Oregon. "Oc sa at Biodrfett's
Harnest Ehop. jSp)
Ultentvnies show the need of
some oi tiie indications of defective vision, and"
should be attended to at once. You'll be surprised
at the comfort a pair of glasses will afford if your
sight is in any way defective. Scientific examina
tion free and proper glasses properly adjusted is
what you are guaranteed here. - -
R. F. WINS LOW, Jeweler n j Optician
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000000000000000000 COOOOOOOCOCOOOOOC-O OOOOOO
f Fi SHLZMAN i
Practical Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician
Carries a complete stock of Watches, Clocks,
jewelry, Diamonds and buverware
WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
O OOC-CK O. COOOOOOO OOOOOO COOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOO
vyrooD wasted ox srrsc r
TI0X. Those baring promise
wood on subscription or who desire to !
pay their arrears with this commodity
wilt please bring it in sometime this
nionth before the rains set ia. tl.
T'tnnhiH I ill-
EQUAL IN STYLE
. AND QUALITY
to the highest priced custom
tailoring, yet but one-third
You need not be a clothing
critic to discover this fact. It
is apparent at a glance.
hvery C. K. & 13. garment
regardless of price is made
with that individual nicety
which is only characteristic
of the highest priced
Every suit up to the minute
in style and advanced work
manship made for dressy
men. Sold by
Shatters All Records -
Twice in hospital, F. A. Gulledgo,
Verbena, Ala., paid a vast sum to doc
tors to enre a severe case of piles,' caus
ing 24 tumors. When all failed, Euck
len's Arnica Salve soon cured him.
Subdues Inflamatiorj, conquers Aches,
kills Tains. Best salve in the world
25c at A C Marsters drug store, y
A Parson's Noble Act. ,
""I want all the world to know."
writes J. C. Budloug, of Ashaway, It. I.
"what a thoroughly good and reliable
medicine I found in Electric Bitters.
They cured me of jaundice and liver
troubles that had caused me great suf
fering for many years. For a genuine,
all-around cure they excel anything I
ever saw." Electric Bitters are the s r
prise of all for their wonderful work in
Liver. Kidney and Stomach troubles.
Don't fail to try them. - Only' 50cts.
Satisfaction is guaranteed by A C Mars
O. L. WILLIAM5
Land Agent, Timber
Fei feet satisfaction guaranteed tr no
location Ice. Best of references.
Your correspondence solicited.
Any information regarding th- cli
mate, soil or productions of this sec
tion, gladly furnished free of cliarge.
Address 0. L, WILLIAMS.
Sept. 15th to 20th,
Ton are invited to attend and
see th greatest indastrial expo
sition and livestock show ever
held on the Pari fie Coast. Good
racing every afternoon. Camp
(round free. Come and bring
your families. For any informa
n. D. WISDOM, Secy,"
BOSWELL SPRINGS HOTEL
Doubles County Oregon.
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t:aa Tnuiu nop ia frint oi tie hsL
ONE QALLON OF THESE WATERS CONTAINS :
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CAPT. BEN D. B05WELL, Proprietor.
J. M. Weatherby
T. A. Eary
D. L. ITartja
Roseburg Real Estate Co.
Farm and Timber Land Bought and Sold
Taxes Paid for Non-Residents. Timber
Estimates a Specialty. List yoar proper-
- Notice for Publication.
fnltfd State tnl Offlr.
Roburi5, Or-'Kon.Pci't. 10. iyu2.
Xotli'S In hi-reby Riven that tha Inllowlng
Dnineo M-IIIrr fan tilej Doll ot hi Intenliua
to Irak linul )inj In tiipport ol- Im claim,
and thl cald Vroof will t o uiode bvfora tba
KcKinUr and Kernircr n I'nilrd Statrt I.tnd
UOive, K'rburK, Orrgun, oa October ii, ltXi,
oa H. K. No. Hivij, for tbaWfj, BUM, &,i 8K'i
'Ob. Ip KU went. He uamtnt Die follow,
lug wlluotot-K to prova lit coutluuoui rl
di'D'a upon and onlllvatlcn of nHid Unda via:
Jmi' omn, Jkduhi of Kotcbiirs, Ora.,
g liomas Coll, Artbnr raut. Mnr.lidtUl, Ora.
N. A. FOSTER & CO.,
Of every descriytion. Farms and Min
eral Lands. Oregon, Washing' on and
(j23 0AKLAKD, 0HEG0N
Yoncalla Real Estate
TIMBER and LOAN BROKER
..FIRE AND LIFE WSUKANCK..
Timber landi located and lor aala. dood bar
(aim la farm praperty,
A. P. APPLEQATE,
A STRAIGHT TIP
IN these days of competition much is written of an exaggerated character by
pettifogging merchants, clamoring to catch the credulous. Yon needn't be
lieve all j'ou see in print, and very likely you don't. As for ourselves we would
rather you would investigate our claims, look over our stock and compare our
qualities and prices. We are sure we can land you.
From 5 cts to 12 cents; Flannel
letta, .10 nud 12Jets.
1 Dress Goods
! Msiu.iioth stock. All
ra'ijjinif in pnee from 13
50c, T5e, 51.00, $155, U50, ?200
The boat to be bought for the
money ia our boast.
Cheaper than they are to be had at
any other place ia town. Got oar
I late shadow EYf V-Jti?-250per
Cress Trimmings ani Ril&ons
In great T&rieties at way down
lltre ia where
oter oar stock.
we excelL Look
We tske great pride io onr cloth
jo btork. We claim to sell the best
500 all-wool suit to bo fouaJ
Everything in the Line of General Merchandise
'Phone 721. Call us Up.