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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1902)
We Want to Save You Honey
So while you are looking around the town doing your shopping you
don't want to overlook the PEOPLES' STORE as we have the largest and
most complete line of fall goods that has ever been shown in the town.
We have all the latest weaves aud colorings in tailor suitings,
, Long Coats, 3 length, Jackets and Capes. ' Our stock can't be
beat for style, quality and prices. Our walking skirts are., the
most complete line in town ranging in prices from $1,501 and
v upwards. Taylor suits from $7.50 and upwards.
Qetltlemen. Those of you wishing a new suit of clothes don't want to
overlook us as bur line is the .David Adler & Sons iroods,
t " and in wear and fit we guarantee satisfaction.
Our Shoes, the noted W. L. Douglas shoes speak for themselves.
Neck Ware, always the latest aud most up-to-date line in town.
The People's Stoe
I. ABRAHAH 0
K One Door South of P. O.
Book and Stationery Store
A FINE LINE OF
Just received to
which we. wou'd
It enibiaces everything
thac is new and stylish in
in either Plain, Silver
Mounted or Mexican
They are better
than the ordin
arT k:ud, aud
suitable for nice
Call aud see them. It's a
s pleasure to show goods.
'S :js. rv:A;:xv: v:::- v
Of Local Interest.
BE YOUR OWN JUDGE
OF WHAT YOU BUY'
All we ask is that jtou tr our
IceCreom and Soda
Ice Cream Sandwiches
Latest Thing Out. Try them
WOOD & BELL. Proprietors
riione Maine 1S3.
N. A. FOSTER & CO.,
Of every tle-rivtion. Farms anl Min
eral Lands. Oregon, Washington and
(j23) OAKLAXD, OREGON
SoI ol fnpplu'aat Marster's IHirj; Sture
Old iron is valuable. Siv it, we i!l
buy it Sykes & Carroll.
Waxtk A girl to ! general house
WOrk. H. WoiXENHKRli
Make note of lliif Pr. Lowe, the ut
tioian ill be in Iiobnrj Oet. 13t!i,
14th and loth.
A. Pslr.inan, the jeweler, h.is just re
ceived a large line of elegant Seth
Thomas mantle clock-.- They arelieauts
R. F. Swan, of Mvrtle Creek, is in
MarxbiieM looking over the field w ith a
view to inventing in city real estate.
C. F. Cathcart, formerly sheriff of
this county, was in Roseburg Friday.
He has been employed as station agent
on the Central Pacific lines in Nevada
but will probably 1 located at Wells
. i r. . i . - -. i .
y iiereaiu-r, hiiuuht onii iu mat mjic.
I Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Harj.ster, of I'ort
j land, aru here fr a visit with the latter
. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jones.
f. Mr. Harpster 19 eniploved in the S. P.
niioi in Ea.t Portland. He will enjoy
y a few days' limiting during bis vacation.
y Miis Mrv Heftr has lieen ifferel and
y accepted the school near I'ixonville,
.V)k ! and w ill lie-in her duties as teiicher at
f ii u.rti .lit vi..Tt .iikttlt Tlirt l.i. It . n
gradunte of the Normal, and is a decid
edly capable and efficient teacher and
th Iiionville district is to 1 congrat
ulated ojon its poml fortune. Drain
Seli.iol IxNtksat Master's Irug Store.
Snpsriiitendent F. B. Hamlin is send
ing ont to all the teachers of the county
a printed circular showing the complete
1'u.t of studies required in the public
6 hools from tlte students' first to eighth
year iu school and the ot of ench lok
to tli pupil. It is a very convenn-iit
S-1ms1 supplies at Marster's Drugstore
Ivmglas Oninty Creamery wants ymir
cream and will ay highest cash price
or butter fat. Write for cream cans.
Will furnish yon Cream Separator that
arv second to none in Quality and Price
on most any condition you may desire.
The Sharpies Tubulcr Cream Sejarator
leads. Douglas county creamery refer
ances, First National Bank and Douglas
County Bank. Iloveburg Oregon.
School btKiksat Marster's Drug Store.
II. Ilarker notified usto change his
Pi.AiNDEAi.r.K from Glide, to Oak Creek, i
School books at Marster's Drug Store
We buy ol 1 iron and pay tho highest
prices for the name. Sykes k Carroll.
rreil I.aiiL'h is re-shinclinu and re
painting his residence on north Juckson
Marriage liscense has been issued to
Henrv Schmeisser uml Cora Fustiin f
Mrs. Dave Bluke, who has ln'eii visit
ing Mrs. S. K. Sykes has returned to
her home at Seattle.
Williard Martin, of Cottage drove, is
looking over thn huiall fariiis of this vi
cinity with a view to investing.
Mrs. II. Laughnry left for her home
in Portland Saturday morning after an
extended .visit w'uh relatives in Looking
hoe Findings blacking, laces, button
hooks, shoe-hoMis, rubber heels in fact
all the little shoe findings and requisites
may bj found in our slock, at Flints
Mrs. Daisy Abraham and little daugh
ter left for their home in Portland Sat
urday after a visit of several weeks with
her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. W. A. Frater,
of this cjt
Miss Maude tiuttcheck, who has lee,n
sjieiiding the past summer with her
cousin, Miss Maltie Daniels, of this city,
returned to her home in Portland Sun
day. V. A. Burr has jus t received a fine
new electric piano. The public is cr
dially invited to call at Tho Popular
Music House in the Taylor A Wilson
block and insxvt it.
I .Mrs. I.. J.. iienoricKs nas ocen te
R. A. Stowell, writes to have us send ( a,lllimi,tr;llris , t)u. el.lt(J of
the Pi.MNUEJM.F.R to his aldress, at
.lohn Nordurft, of Myxtl iCreek. has
our thanks for a renewal of subscrii
tion to the PuivnKALFH and Oregonian.
Geo. retterson, of Spaulding, L. A.
and L. K. Minard, of Cottage (imve,
have added their name's to the Plain
"Say, tl ey arc beauties !" Where did
you get them? Why at Flints shoe
store of eourse, its the only place to get
shoes. They are Queen Quality Shoe.
For Rest. Farm and stage station
of Jas. Newland, at Looking Glass.
Good buildings, fruit and farmingland.
Inquire at Kruse & Newland's J irocery,
The uttTchants of Roseburg are ready
uith a big stock of goods for the hum of
the fall trade. When you buy, commit
the Plaixdealer and go where there is
1V you know that Strong, the Furni
ture Man, has a complete line of heat
ing stoves, and the price is as complete
as the stoves for it over shadows ail our
coiiqietitors, also a full line of Blankets
and comforts that our as warm bargains
as our beating stoves are hot to sit by on
a cold w inter eve-jug.
F. Long & Sous of the new harness
shop on Cass street near the depot, has
just received the larjrest slock of har
ness, saddles and collars ever shiped
into this city, in fact they now have the
largest Stock this side of Portland and
are offering bargains never liefore heard
of in this city. tf
Beach A flowers' minstrels, as the
aggregation of comedian is designated,
certainly give a bette- show than any
minstrel tronpe which ha len here
this year and every one does bis let t
make the entertaiument a success.
Portland Telegram. At Roseburg (M.
I. niida-rcanvas on vacant lot jtit-t South
of the Ojiera Hou e.
Farmers are rejoicing iu the recent
rains and hoe that they may continue.
Grass is starting and feed will soon help
the price of butter to consumer. The
farmers w ill make more, evtn if it sells
for less per jound. One farmer said
that would make 100 pounds more
butter pt-r week, as nieas.urM in the
cream an I in Ik lie sells, if we ha t a
purl week of rain.
ISaiimel P.. Hendricks, deceased, and ber
iM.inisiaen exonotattsl from anv further
liability, the estate having been settled.
Mr and Mrs. Warren Deyoa aud
baby, of Myrtle Point, are iu Roseburg
on their wav to Albanv and Portland to
visit with relatives. Mr. IXyoe is a
prosperous young business man of Mjr
Roseburg IxHl-e No. 31. 15. P. O. I'.,
eulargt'd its iiieuibersbip r01 last week
by initiating five S. P. engineers into
the order. TheyaieR R. McCale of
HornbnKjk, Calif , and J. J. O'Xeil, J.
ti. Applegate, T. K. Luster and D. J.
I ler, of Ashland.
A. K. Fisher, of Clevelaud, accidental
y shot hinm-lf through the left fore
finger while cleaning a ,3S caliber revd
er Friday evening. The ball also
passed through the clothing of a Uty
standing by, but no further damage was
done. He came to town and Dr. Houck
dressed the injury.
See Hillehrand's line big ad. A visit
to this ni-to-ilate store will conviucet
you that it is the place to rind the gols
you want at prices to pleae yon. A
visit to this store Satntday evening re
vealed the fact that for neatness, sys
tematic arrangement and effect ive dis
play of goods Messrs Hildebrand and
Ijiwsoii are surely exjs-rls in lb arl.
Mr. and Mr. t. L. Clevenifer, of
Grants Pass arrive! in this city Friday
evening, from Taeoma, where they have
U-rii attending the North-west rhotog-
rapliers l-ouvention. .Mr. t levenger
was elii !sl vicc-pn-sident of the organi
zation for Oregun.aud als-) had the lis
tinrtioii of ha ing several of his photog
raphs el't ted to exhibit at the National
School books nt Marster's Drug Store.
Miss Margie McDougal has retiirned
fiom a visit to Portland.
Hon. A. K, Matoon, of Riddle, is in
Miss Llva Wimberly, has retimed
from Grants Pass. t
K iner Vitnlxrly, has returned from a
"flying" trip to Kugene.
Jtrs. W in. Van Ruren, is reiiorted ill
at her home in this city.
Jas. Dixon, who lias been spending the
summer at Allerta, Canada, has return-
Jas. Ross, of the Oregon Soldiers
home, has retorne 1 from a visited to
Miss Kmma Smith and Mae Usher
have retnrned from a short vit-it at
Mrs. W, C. Conner and little son,
Clan, returned home last evening after
a two weeks enjoyable visit at Cottage
Grove and Saginaw.
J. A. and SJL Endicott, of .Myrtle
Point, passed through .Roseburg Satur
day, on their way to Portland to attend
the Oregon I'niverisitv. W. II . P.rack
brought thein out here returning the
Mr. ami Mrs. D. S. West speLt Sun
day and irt of today ut the ohi home
farm down the Uiupqua. Dave tried
his baud at fishing and brought Lome a
very long string of prevarications, also
nine salmon trout one 17 inches in
length. We were not informed as to
what be paid for them.
Geo. Ij-a, of Cottage ( imve, owner of
the rock crusher used in preparing the
dressing for Rosebnrg's street ii.iprovi
incut, spent Friday and Saturday in
Roseburg, negotiating the sale of his
crusher to the county court. It would
no doubt be a good investment for tl.a
county. Lane county has tivo line
crushers which it furnishes free to tlie
farmers to work out their road assess
ments with. Kugeue and Uki other
towns of the county are require': to pay
$!) per day for the ns of either crusher
School lks at Marster's Dreg Store.
' J. F. Marsters, of Brooklyn, N. Y
who a few months ago, purchrsed the
old Flourney farm of itfl acre i i Flour
ney valley, arrived here Thursday with
his family to take possesion. His son,
James Marstt r, jr., also arrival n itl
his family. They have two car of reg
istered Durha-n or Short horn cattle and
some fine hog which are expecti-l t
arrive very som. p-,th the father and
son are active and exis-riemvd. business
men and eoinuiaiid considerable means.
We join in welcoming the family to our
comity an I their coming w ill doubtless
prove a valuable acquisition to the fine
livstoe k interests of the count-'. Hon.
D. S. K. Buick was instrumental in I
eating the Messrs Marsters here, anl in
company with these gentlemen made
the Pi.AiNnrw.M a very pleasant call
OVO-VCVCVC"VO'. OVO"OVOCVCC'C. oy"v,xvov. VOVOVOIr
EARLY FALL OFFERINGS
All the latent weaves and colorings in tailor suitings.
Also a fine selection in black and colored Etamines, Crepe de Chine and Melrose for
dressy wear. -
Large assortment of Ladiesr, Misses' and Children's Cloaks, Capes and Jackets.
Furs of all descriptions. - '
. Ail 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
Sept. 23-24-25. .
L. J. Spreng'e f the real estate firm
of Spremrle A Spaulding. of Seattle,
Wash., was a pleasant caller at this of
fice Saturday while iu this city on bnsi-
ne Ifforo the V. S. land oibce. Mr. .-rppie orchards which arv ve'T thrill
Sprengte seems much interest"! in J and well kept and we were informed
Rosebnrg and iKtug'.as cMiiily, au! says I that he will make a 10 acrw addition ti
he ill visit this citv quite often in the 1 his niuier appb orcharl lefjre the
Theedit1(r, acivmp.inie! by Hniry
Rich.iiils.-n, called on "Farmei" I '.roan,
more familiarly known as Di-trict At
torney Ge. M. Brown, at iU lieantifi:!,
productive f.irm near the Soldi.'rs Iloini
Sunday. We found the attorney-farmer
out iu his fine little vineyard, com
prising about onedialf acre, fcnd were
invited to artake of the luwi i! fruit
haiikring in great clutters 'mm thr
thrifty yonug vines. The fine ater
and musk melon atch was our next
objei'tive js.int an-1 a rare treat was
here enjoyed. Next we viewed Mr.
P.rtiwn's fiue peaeli, prune and inter
future and cxeets to induce mmy eo
ple to hvate here. He says he can do
that conscientiously as In knows Rojt
burg will have a bright futnre. In or
der to keep Jujstis! on the progress of
Reburg, be a 1 11 h:s lum-j to the
('close of another season, "u this Meal
little farm ciuld also ! se-n -me fine
rcgi'tered short born and Jersey cat tie
and a stroll alsxit the pla-e .n con
vinces one tliat Mr. F.ro w 11 fully as
well np in agricultural and borticultnl
ral pursuits as in the legal pn fes.-ion.
When you see it in our ad its so.
Everything gnarantecd as represented
L. KOHLHAGEN, '
Cass St. Meat Market.
Let us call for vour orders.
ONE NIG1IT ONLY
On the Flat South of the
Wednesday, Oct. i
BEACH &. BOWERS
! all abite people, ). All rew this
-a!n a -Tin century itmovatw-n in
minstre'sy in aomiplete p.vi!lion thea
tre with stsges, sceuery and comfortable
cats. Iion't miss the big show. Watch
for the big street arade at 11 :3) A. M.
Prices - - - 35 aud 50 cts.
Title Ciuarantee&Loan Co.
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wcj. aal lev
II f J M I 1 t r. k I i. 1 s I S H t Mil
It Must be So If So flany People Say So
What we do is Legitimate, What we Say is True, What we Promise we fulfill.
3Cc 10 IH Court Unuw. Hare ihc ooIt eom
iet of lntrcl Oooti In bu.wc'a liuaiy.
pji!a la the Kmtbani, Umma, V. H. Ia-1 is-
axi. nil Imik- 1'ni.t rafik-s ol nr !o.
We are prepareil to outfit for Fall every class of individual?,
though they ho never so exacting, or their wants never so varied
Clothing, Shoes, Millinery, Skirts, Jackets,' Duck Coats, Sweaters, Hats, Macintoshes,
None more widely kown or possessing better merit. Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Gloves,
Suspenders, Neckwear, from the most reliable makers. The widest latitude for selection,
hence greater certaintity of obtaining your exact wants. Indeed our splendid assort
ment and undoubted values REDUCE THE BUYING RISK TO A MINIMUM.
Men's and Boy's All-wool Suits, Duck Coats, Splendid opportunities in Men's i
$5.00, $8.00, $10.0 $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 up to $5.00 Trousers, A large assortment of Ping Pong
Such splendid values have seldom Oar word is behind the quality $2.50 to $6.00 Ties, 50c
been seen even at this store. , New and Up-to-Date Patterns
; it c-11, oil Pn1nr: Newest Novelties in Turn-over New and Pretty Table Scarfs and An Endless Variety of Wiutcr
Ladies, aU Sdk, all Colo.s, . J
Twenty-five Certs. 25c Be, SoUsc soc, 75c, $,.oo
To Be Worn Shown here
Lowest possible prices on Mackintoshes, Boots and rain-
What We Advertise is So. W
f f mt a
1900 Water Proof
Harness Oil lilacLin;
The very best watches have
their day of repairs and their r
time for cleaning. Have
your time piece attended to r
before its worn out fcr lack
of oil and cleanliness. A
watch's organism is fine and T
delicate, and the slightest
friction makes trouble and
wears the parts out. We will
repair and clean your, watch
and warrant the job to be all
OK. We turn out nothing
but first class work.
R. F. WJNSLOW, Jeweler and OpticUn
J. M. Weatherbr
X. 4- Bary
Roseburg Real Estate Co.
. Farm and Timber Land Bought and Sold
Taxes Paid for Non-Residents. Timber
Estimates a Specialty. List vour proper
ty with us. '
BOSWELL SPRINGS HOTEL
Douglas County Oregon. .
-Ut tli- ear. Khtiamti. m
Put ItJ III till CMIIfHtfllCV vt Ctvani. nl ! I. -o s-mnwrn -tn Kiirv I. -Sfcta fi n-." irvn Fran,-t t. F..n-.Tt t. Ji
positively will llt eillll ur llM. tiivi . ta'f" R-bnrr. .xvulir p-o Ut SH rt- -;..m ti c irtv Pwr!i Hia f
tn l I'liable. IW't the leather nJ
iuling fn.m in. h-u.eut wrttlur n.l ONE GALLON OF THESE WATERS CONTAINS :
irivp tin li.-rn,- a iitat ami tinilml vw
UMk new ami wul make it lal twuin as is-nium t.i-.ir - . ..u Ci.
ling bv tlie use of l'.M) Uarnea Oil. It solium fhiriie - - :u.w si.
i also eiwlly pud for bxt nnJ -h(. , ;H,unJ trtp fnun n.ipiwtfx m He'.t ipr-.nrt Si .w. ?-vl Ut i Aru umb; S;uivIt ;aj
Maanfarturol or J. W. MOTK, Re- : Mniui ihe follovinf H.naay, Lui. TKieU on i until A. " (W)
UamJsXp: n "''"lpS CAPT' BEN D BOSWELL, Proprietor.
1 u na tirDmuM
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IX these days of competition much is writteu of an exaggerated character by
pettifogging merchants, clamoring to catch the credulous. Yon needn't be
lieve all you see in print, and very likely 3ou 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 r$ eta to 12 n!; Flaonel
letts, 10 ana 12Jcta.
.iij iiuiu.u Blue. An ime nuauo.,
ranjjinir in pnc from 15 to ?2 50 pr
. fiV, 73c, $1.00, tl 3.-, ISO,
The beat lo le boobt ftr tb
money ia onr txn.st.
Cheaper than tbey ara to be ba.l at
any other place iu town. Get onr
Dress Trimmings and Riiilsans .
Iu great varieties at way ilowo
Here ts where
over oar stock.
we excel!. Look
We take great prkle in oar cloth
iujf block. We claim to sell the best
$5.0.) all-wool auit to be found any-where.
Everything in the Line of General Merchandise
a m.v, lwAA1SAszywwwwwwww . ' -
FISHER & BELLOWS CO
'Phone 721. Call ua Up.