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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1902)
DON'T OVER LOOK THIS
While you are out shopping don't thiuk 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 8a ve you money in.
Walking Hats and street shaoe. An elegant
Sailor for 50 cent.
Our Imperial $3 Shoes for ladios will compete
wiili any f 3.50 shoe in the city in the way of
wear and Iwanty.
Gentlemen, our line of Golf and Fancy Shirts
are the latest and most complete line in the
The celebrated David Adler & Sou's line of
Clothing is known far and near and that is the
Hue we carry. The prices are right and the
Jit is perfect and if you will step in we will
surelv convince yon that we can save you mon
ey if liuying of us.
Here is where we shine. We have the swell
ed and most complete Hue in Southern Ore
gon, and for the newest and latet thiu;j out
don't over hik ns ns we have them in the line
The celebrated W. I,. lKuijilus Shoe which we
are sole agent!' for, hpeaks for itself, if you will
give them a trial. We lirve tlivui in Oxfords,
high cuts, also in tnus and ox-blood colors.
The place to get these geods is at the People's Store.
On door south of
Hol oftr. f
The People's Store
a a :vs
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
hand-Carved work. '
They are better
than the ordin
al? ary kind, ana
suitable for nice
1 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 you try our
IceCream and Soda
Ice Cream Sandwiches
Latest Thing Out. Try them
WOOD & BELL, Proprietors
Plioxie Maine 1S3.
Abstract oCTitle to Deeded Land.
Papers prepared for filing on Govern
ment Land. .
Elne Prints of Township Maps showing
ail vacant Lands. One Dollar Each.
FRANK t. ALLEY,
Plans and Estimates for all Build;
Special designs for Office Fixtures
Office in Marks Buildinz . 'Phone 415
School bioks at M.irster's Drug Stor e
Hon. R. A. Booth, vf Kujreue, wa in
Roselmrgon business tliin week.
Feit outing luts at the IM1 Sisters.
None iu town to compare with tliem in
tone, touch ami quality.
SchiMil supplies at Marstc-r's Prug Sto re
Mrs. S. F. Ilasaell.of Edeiibower, is
visiting relatives and friends in Port
land. Make note of this Dr. Lowe, tlie op
tician will be in Rosebnrj; Oct. 13th,
Hth and 15th.
Mrs. R. Haney, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Mack, and Roy Wells of F.lkton, were
anions the RiKH'lrg visitors this week.
Mis. B. J. Patchen aiid little son, of
Felton Minn., are visiting Mrs. Patch
en's mother, Mrs. M. W. Aldricli, of
IWt monkey with that old stove,
cet a new Wilson air tight at Sykes,
tlie j ri;e is right and toe stove is a lit
:llr tit:U s ai
School supplies at Marster's Drugstore.
'Say, they are heauties V Wliere did
yon get them? Why at Flints shoe
store f course, its the only place to get
sins. They are Queen Quality Shoes.
The ladies of Rosehurg and vicjuity
are cordially un ited to attend the mil
linery opening at Josephson's Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday, Sep 23, 24,
and 2-", at Josephson's.
Schisil lmoks at Marster's Irug Store.
it. IVs-ker, who recently returneil
frcm Alaska, and has leon visiting his
sister, Mrs. J. M. llaushrouh of this
city, lft last night to visit his old home
at tirants Pass.
J. P. Marshall, late cashier of the
Douelas omntv hank, is favorably
siiokrn of for president of t'i P:u-ili
"..rtlimiist Bast- Ball IamiTiu' to siicci"e.l
Mrs. B. F. Rua-il returneil to Port
land on Wclnes. lay's local after attend
ing the luneral of her brother Charles
Perrv. Miss Mattie Perry who has
1Min r.iJiui in Portland, has di-cideil
to remain in Roseborg this wiot r
School books at Marster's Drug Store.
S W. TU.W. of Elkton. visite-l with
A girl to do
general ho use
School Irfxiks at Marster's Druti Store.
Old iron is valuable. Save it, we will
buy it Sykes & Carroll.
tall Hats tor children s t-vliool wear
at the Bell Sisters.
School supplies at Marster's Durg Store
We buy old iron and pay the Inches
prici-s fr the same Sykes & Carroll
liHW the only ujcto-date harness oi
on the market. On sale at Bhslj-tt's
Flatness shop. J I ;
Horace McXabb, of Calajxn-ia in
Rosx-burj: tolay on business.
Micella Carter has returned from
Canyonviile where she has Iwen visiting
M. Fenton, manager of the Myrtle
I'oint-Roseburg stage line is in Rose
Good weather, a good bImjw and' a
gol atienoance is uie nauy rejn
from the State Fair.
Willijin Curry has returned to Port-
lane to resume his studies in the Hill
rnine drying will commence next
week, and many Imp pickers will tmd
employment in the orchards.
Hop picking chwes in the Umiua
valley this week. The yield and quality
are good, the weather good and lest of
all, gl prices.
Miss Myrtle Dixon left today for
Portland to visit with -relativ-s. She
mill also visit at Oreffou t it y liel..r' re
Mrs. Geo. Prater, wife of Post-master
Gei. Frater, and two children. reiurmNl
home to Riddle last evening aiier an ex
tended visit in this citv.
Clart-, the little wu of Mr. and Mr
W. C. Conner, is auite aeriuuMi ill at
Cottage irove, hence the pruloiignl al
seuce of the editor, of this iar.
Mrs. W. E. Cuchran ami little daugh
ter, ami .Mr. Ociiran sisier, returned
last evening from Portland, where they
had lui-ii visiting relatives for the past
A hot combination, a Wilson air tight
heater and a tier of wood. Ou tier wil'
make as much'heat in a Wilson air tight
as two ill in anr otbar air ligtit stov
Half ear load just in. ?. K. tykss. .
I U. Minant of Cottage Grove, was
in this city this week. IU reports that
e has Uen offered an increase price for
School supplies at Marster's Dr ug Store.
A. A. Fink, has returned from Bos-
Mr. and Mrs. .las. Short returneil
Wednesday from Salem.
Allie Ilouser, who has 1kh,'11 quite sick
at. Oakland, has relumed to this cily.
Marriage license have ls-en issued to
las. Puna way and llelen Thiel, of Yon-
Mrs, Willis Kramer, who has leen
attending the Portland Carnivjl, was a
passenger for Myrtle Creek on Wednes
Charles Curry and A. Salmuit's dog
"Tippie" have taken the contract to
clear the court house premises of rats.
They killed eight.
Ennos Conn has purchased a half
interest in the Rosehurg Bakery, of
Carl Schnurslein, hereafter the linn will
lie know as Schuurstciu ,t Conn.
Testimony is ln-in taken liefore the
referee, Roy Mct'lalleii, toilay ifi the
case of H. A. McClalleii vs. C. W.
Grubb, et al action to recover.
Mrs. F. L. Beard of this city, Mrs.
Wm. Irwin and Mrs. . I'.. Ilohhidge of
Ten Mile and Miss I.ucile Beard of Port
land, left on this morning's local for a
visit with relatives in the Willamette
J.C. Saiiucr, social :ii:ilit of the
Phoenix Saving and Ixan Association, is
in Kotichurg interesting our citizens
with the plans and advantages of his
A fine line of Rugs just arrived run
ning fpiin small sizes up to 'J x 12 that
we are glad to show you for we know to
how is to suit and please our customers.
Rememlier you find them as usual at
Strongs Furniture Store.
At Winston last Saturday Geo: Broei's
barn, containing live t:i of hay, col
lapsed when his thirteen year old Mill,
Charles, and two horses were inside iti
it. Tlie lsy sustained no broken U-nes,
but he was itdly bruised. The horses
were lnt injured to any extent.
School lN,ks at Marster's Prng Store.
Mrs. E. M. Marsters, uho had the
misfortune to fail and fracture her hip
hist Monday afternoon is reported much
improved today. It was at fust thought
that oil account of the advanced age of
the i-atient, that recovery would be
Brakeman Charlex Ballard received a
severe fracture of the hand Wednesday
evenini! while wrestling with a '"holio"
at Riddle, to keep him from boarding
the train, causing Charlie to lay of! this
week. The fracture while not ferions
is very painful.
F. Long ,. Sons of the new harness
shop on Cass street near the deot. ha
just received the larg-t M-k of har-
nets, Mddles and collars ever shipjuil
into this city, in fact they now have the
largest st-vk this side of Portland and
are off-ring Uirenins never liefore heard
of in this citv. tf
Sch'x-I l.ok- at Marster's Drug Store
IMMENSE LAND DEAL.
The Booth-Kelly Co. Gets the Central
Central Oregon Timber men are
deeply cf.neerned at the ccafinuuticii o
rcKirts of the Booth-Kelly land grant
deal, confirmed by Major KiuDy of the
Great Central, and other sources, esjiec
ially Snu Francisco.
This land is the Oregon Central Mili
tary Road laud grant, which oei
through, the Southern belt of the state,
in a ig9gging line from Eugene to the
state line. It crosses Khimuth Cornty
and that reservation, goes cast by Lake-
view, and in a winding direction thence
to the eastern boundary of Oregon, in
the Jordon Valley. - It ineluds all the
odd tactions on each side of such line, a
width of several miles, and involve one
of the most gig.tntic laud grants that
the Pacific North-west has ever known.
The deal has lieen on forioiue time,
options having lieeu taken from the
owners, Frisco wope, by the Booth
Kelly Company, who have now, it is
said on authority, completed the pay
ment and closed the deal. Immense
areas of fine laud are contained in the
grant, and conhiderahlelsjdies ol timiier.
his danehters. Misses Minnie and M wil
ts. Bell Weduelav. He w as aceompani-1 his pmjierty here, Imt refusel to sell as
A tnKoseburc bv his son, Iester, w ho I lie has cnnlidem in tlie Great Central. I
rpmain and attend school here
School books at Marster's Drug St .re.
Do vou know that Strong, the Furni
ture Man, haa a complete line of heat
ing stoves, and the price is as com plete
Vn at nve for it over shadows all our
competitors, also a full line of Blankets
and comforts that our as warm tMirgains I fhuiglaa County Creamery wants your j
as our heating stoves are hot to sit by on rr..U)l aI1,j u 1ir highest cash prices j
Funeral of Cha'Us Perry.
The funeral of Chart- Perry was held
from the family reidcn-e tin Mn.rt
str.ft, at 2:oV!.Kk Tm-day afier
lit .-ii. The funeral services and re
marks were i ondin'ted by the Rev.
I a son, after which the funeral j-ri'S-
i i i -: i
essiou le aoM oy me i-ann, i irr i
uartmelit. Winnlmen of tiie World and
Knight of Pythias, each of which he i
an h;norel inemlM T, oroceiil"! to the
I. O. O. F. cemetery, where the buria
unices uf the Unizht of Pythias wcr
colidmte.1 l v 4he lodge, after which
Rev. Dawson read the F.pis-opalian
funeral services. Thelarg attendance
at the funeral amt tiii iroiusion oi
Wautiful (lowers only serve to parti
ally illn-trate the lugli este-m iu
which the deceased was held by the
people of this city.
BENSON IU'FFMAN". At the M. E.
parsonage iu Rosehurg, Sept. 15. l'MC1,
Ralph II. lWnsou and Ieota E. Huff
man, Rev. A. S. Mulligan oflicisting
The youn ople are well know n res
idents of Yoncalla, which place they
will make their future home.
F. S .W rather Bureau Office,
Rosehurg, Oregon, Sept. IS W02.
Week Ending 5 p. in., Sept. 1", 1!M2.
Maximnin temperature !K) on ti e 11th
. Minimum temperature 3 on tlie F
Rainfall for the week None.
Total rain fall since 1st of month Trai-e
Averasre rainfall for this mouth for 25
Total rainfall from Sept. 1, P2 to
date None. 4
Average rainfall from Sept. 1, . to date
O.-Vi - - .
Total excess from Spt. I, l'XTi
to date 0.5o. '
verage precijiation for 25 aet seasons
XI 25. Tnos. lis ix,
EARLY FALL OPENINGS
All the latest weaves and colorings in tailor suitings.
Also a fine selection in black and colored Etamines, Crepe de Chine and Melrose for
Large assortment of Ladies', Misses' and Chi ldren's Cloaks, Capes and Jackets.
Furs of all descriptions.
All Dress goods purchased here only, shrunk free of charge. Owing to the
rush of business we will not shrink goods purchased elsewhere.
Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
When you see it in our ad its so. Everything guaranteed as represented J
Cass St. Meat Market.
Let us call for vour orders.
Title tiuarantee&Loan Co.
Real Estate Transf-n.
Roi-rt End and R. II. Thornton to
Iwis W. Harrir, t"";'i 'f "w!4', ne4'
of sw'V, and uw'4 f se4' of m34,tp
4 s, r i we.-t.
W. J. Fellows to A. C. Marilvrs,
); three-fsirths iitter.-t III ti21S
acres of laud in wens Jl, 24 and 25, tp 2"
s, r 5 west.
Ida Alexander and Edward Bra-ly t
nx., to A. C. Marsteres, fiiO; h.t 1, 2,
7 ami S, in sec S, t; 2" s, r ' wt'.
II. l Iaw-on to Alex. ralteron,
fl VO: .117-1i acres in 2S, and :rJ,
i 1 tp 21 s. r 11 west.
Martin V. Anderm to MaU.l Ratter
.n, HV): h.t , in see tp 21 s, r 11
I'avid Th'iiupt-oii etnx., toL. S. lV.u.
tl.ftK); 15 acre a.ljuining sw mr of s c
Kdji. r E. Umj; to t'ha. Tl om, fT'si;
ih'cImv 10, tp 2 s, rS wit.
Cha. Thorn et nx., to F. A. I'ril,
f si; nw'4' -f sv 10, tp 21 f,cS wevt.
II. I Marsters et nx., to A. C. Mars
i. tj. tr. imi-ii', of lot 2. in Mock 3.
Rirhnr. (rniniMT ami brick l.uiM-1
ing oci-uphil by Krnso & New land. j
D C. tUaiLTos,
Beef, ud Trm
OSecIn ihefftort Hon. Ht the only eom-
p.rV -t o ahatraet books in Iroagia CauoiT.
AtirarUj4 Ccruflewr. oi TiU lamutird V.
Uuf tnaniy laal and tatnio cinuu Ht
at t inn p,dt vl ol Trtcina ol ail Uvni
p. at In tt Kuvharg. Orrcoa. V. S.
irii t. U 1 I .!, biue prtri rapletol any loan.
5 Oftentimes show the need of glasses. They are
"S some of the indications of defective vision, and
should be attended to at once. You'll be surprised
4 at the comfort a pair of glasses will afford if your
sight is iu auy wa' defective. Scientific examina-
tiou free and proper glasses properly adjusted is
what 3ou are guaranteed here. 3
4 R. F. WINS LOW, Jewelr and Optician
1900 Water Proof
Ilarorss Oil Ulatkinj
Int np in the consistency of rreain, and
positively will not film or mold, tiivc
the leather firmness, yet makes it sft
and pliable. Preserves the leather and
jsuuliiiirf from iock'UM-ift weather and
ie 1 ne ji;irm- a urai him uiuiiiim a"
leaiance. Keally m:tk-s o!d harness
look new and will make it lal tiv as
Ion); by the n- of P.sX) llarn-s il. Il
i also fHpiallv oI fur lajot nd lls.
Manufai tnred by J. W. MOTE, Ko
biirjr, tireon. tn -sale at filodjMt's
HarneM sliop. 'jSp;
A. SAL2MAN I
Fraclical Watohmaker, Jeweler and Optician
Carries a complete stock of Watches, Clocks, g
Jewelrj', Diamonds, and Suverware
WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.fi-
oocoooco r ?ocooooo 000000000000000000000000
W'ooJ for 5!e.
lie.t of block oak w ool for Kile, w rite
to or enquire of Ukxbv Conx at Conn's :
farm, cr I?. 0. Roseburj, Or. S3p
W. O. Rinns, w ho is in this city as a
representative of the Educational IV-
p trtment of the tlrvonian, made th. I
Plaindeai.kr a pleasant call Welneslay.
Tliis is Mr. Uinns tirM riot to this sec
tion of Oreou, and he seems pleas.il
with the enteriirisins indications of
prosperity in our little cily.
a cold w inter eve-iiip
g v Were it not for the GOOD
o QUALITY of materials used
in HildebrantVs loot lorm
shoes, the vast QUANTITY
we sell would be impossible.
or butter fat. rite for eream cans.
Will furnish yon Cream Separators that
are siiiiiirTto none in Quality and Price
on most any condition yon may desire.
The Sharpies Tiibuler Cream Separator
leads. Jfcuiglas county creamery refer-
ances, First National lhink and Iwxilas
Onliitv Rank, Ro eburg On-goii.
In Justice Buchanan's conrt Monday
Mrs. L. J. Hendricks sued J. A. and
Thus. Oobb to recover f IS rent fijr ajiart-
ment'in Hendricks block, nsiil by the
defendants in conducting a cigar factory.
Attv. F. (i. Micelh reoresenteil tlie
plaintiff and Atty. T. T. Parker the U
fendants. Mrs. Hendricks was nwar l-
e-l j'ldjremeiit for the amount askel, and
l.'ev. A. S. Mulligan and family left
this ci'y Tuesday for l.airan.U where
he 2'mh to accept the jiastorshiji of the
Met ho .1st chinch of that city. I Miring
Mr. Mulligan's two years sojonrn in this
. The season's newest
creations, the extreme
city styles, charac
teristic of the cele-
, brated C K. & B.
ments. Unite ultra
stylishness with du
rability and econom
ical prices, ideal for
careful dressers who
want the best.
isk to see them at
Sept. 15th to 20th,
You are invited to attend and
are the greatest industrial expo
sition and livestock show ever
held on the Pacide Coast. Good
racing every afternoon. Camp
ground free. Come and bring
your families. For any informa
tion w rite
M.D. WISDOM, Sec'y,"
Shatters All Records
Twice in hospital, F. A. GnlUile,
Verls na, Ala., paid a vast sum to doc
tors to cure a severe rase of piles, canv
iiu 24 tumors. Wheu all failed, Ruck-
I city he has made many friends who re-Jon'g Arnica Salvo soon cured him,
gn-t very much to lo e so valuable a
friend and citizen. The lieople of Jji
Grand are to le congratulated on re-
Iceivini? so liberal mind.d irentleman to
le:ul them in the risihtoiis teachmirs of
II. W. Miller has brought suit against
A. T. Thonnison to recover .JQ, which
amount Mr: Miller claims is due him on
a joint investment iu the hotel business'
;it Myrtle Creek. In the complaint filed
by Mr. Millur's attorney, O, P, Coshow,
Subdues Inllamation, coiupiers Aches,
kills Pains. Rest ealve in the world
2-V at A C Marsters druj; store.
Notice Is hereby given that the Hoard
of Directors of the 2nd Southern Oregon
District Agricultural Society will receive
bids for the exclusive right of saloon
privileges ; also for jssil selling on Fair
irroiinds durlnu Fair week. Each bid
it states that on Aug. fi, l!M)2, Miller and nll!)t nccomimnied with a dejMisit of
rtt . I f a 1.!.. - I . : . .
inompson acipiireiico-jiuriuernniii jum- o." per cent of the amount ol liKI, or II
session of the Overland Hotel, at Myr- wiH not lie eonsidcreil. Bids to le de-
tlo Creek, of Willis Kramer, incurring a jverc,t to tho Secretary on or before
joint exponso of $2,000, secured by n Sent. 25 1K)2. Tho Hoard reserves the
mortgage and 011 Sept. H Thompson ti t rcjwt Bny a, H bids, by order
ejected .Miller fiom the premises. H ()f t,0 jinanl 0f Directors.
7 7 - IT
Is further alleged tnat iliompson con
veyed the projierty to lits wife, and then
u pretended contract was made with .
0. IiOiidon, of Hoseburg, w hereby that
gentleman was placed in sole possession
of the premises. Mr. Miller usks the
court to disMilve the partnership exist
ing lietween himself and Mr. Thomson
and enjoin Mr. T hompson from leasing
the hotel to Mr. London. The case w ill
F. A. Mi-Cam., Sec.
Just Look At Her.
Whence came that sprightly step,
faultless skin, rich, rwy complexion,
smiling face, litre's her secret. She
uses Dr. King's New Life Tills. - Result
nil oreana active, digestion KOOd, no
o - i
headaches, no chance for "blues." Try
O. L. WILLIAMS
Land Agent, Timber
Pel feet satisfaction gna-'antewd or no
location fee. liest of references.
. Your correspondent solicited.
Any information regailing the cli
mate, soil or productions ot this sec
riou, ghnllv furnished t-v of charge.
Address O. L. WILLIAMS,
Sep. 4 Drain, tH.
N. A. FOSTER & CO.,
Of every desi'rivtion. Farms and Min
era'. I4tnds. Orem, 'ashington aui
(j23) OA K LAND, OXiEUO.N
TIMBER and LOAN BROKCR
..FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE.
Timber lands located and lor Ml, tioot bat
BOSWELL SPRINGS HOTEL
Douglas County Oreson.
11,rS)r.nc rr n--ra!-a I- I bv 'a W-lin .hrrioUn 5.r ti care of X i33ia:iS3i
Cwarrtl .nui'. Kriw n 1 Liter IftiiliiiiS.
Lo-ami on i-minrra Ivk-iS- KoIr l. .!. C i;c." ir.-!t rv Fra to P.'jm. Ii
miW 'r:ii ni K'MriMirr C5;.v ;.-a -r U rwfJr" .W Bia Tia.
ViXnStn. hrr-.. ma I t'-i'S.i f-l tilt irwaiis. r'r.i a ii . pc wcZ u;. sac3'aa
Utttti. Trmio. i.ip iu irat il lia htcL
ONO Q LLON OF THESE WATERS CONTAINS
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CAPT. BEN D. BOSNVELL, Proprktor.
J. M. Weatlierby
T. A. Bury
Roseburg Real Estate Co.
Farm tmd Timber Land Bought and Sold .
Taxes Paid for Noa-Residents. Timber
Estimates a Specialty.
List your proper-
A STRAIGHT Til
N these days of competition much is writteu of an exaggerated character by
t-.otti'fno-rrina merchants, clamorinc to catch the credulous. You needn't be
lieve all you see iu 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.
Outing flannels " !Drs 0ooK3s " " " , fc ,
" . , ! Maninioth stock. All late shade,
From 5 eta to 12 cents; I lanael. . f r
Cotton Blankets Dress Trimmings and Ribbons
50c, 73c, $1.00, $L35. -lK) U P"1 vrelM l w"' ,Iown
and f-2.50 i riee.
Shoes furnishing Golds
The best to be bOQjht for the Here, is wlnr we excel!. IsmV
money iaonr boast. over our atock.
. . . . . We tsko Krt priJe ia onr cloth
Cheaper thau they nra to be had at in hock U-H ciaiiu lo wll tllt,
auy other lace ia town, (let onr ?-m jij Buit ta tonQl aav.
Everything in the Line of General Merchandise
FISHER & BELLOWS CC
'Phone 721. Call ua Up.
galuiin (arm piaperty.
A. P. APPLEQATE,
them yourself. Only 25c at A C Mars
be heard nt the October term of the cir
ters dnijj More,
I VQ.SCAUA, ORK