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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1903)
The Adventiata ihave pitched "a large
teat in thejjrove to which -tlepablic are
cordially invited for gospel services".
"Xheir Sabath School, fpllpwed by preach
ing, will.be held Saturday,-at 2-p. m. A
preaching service will bd'' held' each
evening at 8 o'clock,
Services Viil not be'held at the Epis
.copal' church next Sunday ' nor Sunday
urgTif, as 'the building is undergoing re
pairs, and will not be in condition to use.
Frank Kennedy and' his, company of
comedians, consisting of-Fritz Stauffer,
ewBMt, sadt'-Wm:" ProttnlatjVre-'
turned, yesterday, from Ashland where
theyassSted'fn tn'e carnival opening and
thefopenfno"! E'RiddleS saloon, at
falter Cockran, the rnanager of the
Roseburg Water Jc Light Co., spent
Saturday in, Winchester! He was ac
companied by his. wifeaM daughter
C. I. Leaveiigood, of Myrtle Creek,
was in this city yesterday ,oa hia way to
Albany, where- he'goeV on, "business.
Mr; Leavengood will deliver lie oration
t Myrtle Creek 6a JulyrHth. '
Miss Clara DHard' .left, yesterday
morning, for Eugene, where she will
visit, for two weeks, with friends.
Mark Munson, the district Sunday
School superintendent is Vorking in
the' vicinity of Drain tjnVwee t. .
Charles E. Roberts, the county- sur
wr is .-surveying at Rone's 'mill;'l4
miles east of Oakland
Miss LilhV EJdd who has jbeen at
tending the Convent School at Albany,
has returned home.
Miss Garnet Otey" is spending her
vacation with her parents in this city.
She is a pupil of the Albany Convent.
James Cobb left-Friday morning for
Heppner, where-if the business out
look is good, he intends." to locateand be
in on the ground floor if the town re
bers of board of Fire delegates, C. S. 1
A. L. Thornton, who recently passed J Jackson, Scott Landers, Roy Sloper. '
a successful examination before the , Contrary to former custom of the !
Oregon State Board of Pharmacy, is dej-artment, the Rose Hose Company '
visiting-his parents in this- city. Lee nominated a candidate for chief engi-j
ias accepted a position in the "store ofneerin the pert on of J. G. Stevenson,
4he Frye Drug Company at Salem. jthey also nominated W. E. Sovern for!
The Cottage Grove Cyclones" will
cross bats with the
that star aggregation of pumpkin rolling (
ban tossers, self styled, the "Outlaws"
at Rose Iaii today (Sunday) at 2:30
sharp. And Jackson will see what a .
miserable ihape the groond ite in.
T ,. , ., , :
icure tiiseaees maiiau unuer ottier
methods oi treatment.
xo consult ur. a. i.. -jiuaiey, inej
Osteopath at once.
Mr. and Mrs'. Fred3Br6ad well, ofArha
riilo, who are t'oaring'tbe state, arrived
Friday evening for a few days visit' with
H. H. Brookes anT wife.
S. C. Bartrum left Wednesday for
a two weeks busiafeeS-trip.to Oakland.
C. A Sehlbrede returned Friday from
& ten-day o trip tp- his mining interests
east of Ashland.
Mrs. Charles E. rUAerU -is visiting
Mrs. W. W,-Thackrali at the latter-a
countrv Lome near Cottage Giove.
L Wimberly and wife -are seeing the!
fights at the Grants Pass Carnival.
macuine win De quite expensive, now-
Mrs. Rollie Ramp and little ton have ever Manager Cockran telegraphed for
returned from Cottage Grove, Where w machine to be expressed inime
they have been for the past month visit- j diately, and it is expected to have every
ing" relatives. i tbing in running order by next Monday
jk' j night.
James aK$n, who has been attending j '
the PortlSnS Sanitarium, at Mt. Tabor, i
returned tbome Friday evening. We
are glad to announce that he has entire
ly regained his health.
The Plaixdealek has just received
450 lbs. of new and up-to-date job type
which places the job department of this
paper far ahead of any like department
of any other office in Southern Oregon.
Ed. T. Naghel, the rustling and pop
ular proprietor of the Overland Hotel
at Myrtle Creek, was a Roseburg bupi
ness visitor Friday. Ed. made arrange
ment for the popular RoEeburg Band
to furnished the pusic for the Grand
Fourth of July Celebration to be held at
that place on the anniversary oi. the
United States birthday. We tired to
interview Mr. Naghel,-but all we could
get out of him' 'was "Come- to Myrtle
ry- anA mPirtn Tetfow'-von' hovto
JobrrB. T.-Bmtfier and" familyTefTon";
Sat$(d4y morning's loca for faraoju
II IB. lUTCBlUB.,
L. M. Suplee, of the Leona Mills
Uinpahy, was in thig-cltyon business,
-Hamilton, wife and
Miss " Ruth', have 'returned
from"Eugene, where "they attended the
commencement exercises of the Univer
sity of Oregon.
The post office of Hoazlin, in this
county has been moved two and one
half miles south-west, and W.m. W.
McMillian appointed post matter.
The preliminary examination of Jaa.
P. Fitzgerald, charged with larceny, was
beard in Justice Buchanan's court, Sat-
uirtby, afternoon., and the defendant was
bound .over in the sura of $500, to await
the action of the circuit court.
L. A. Marsters, of Cleveland, was in
Roseburg, on buainess'yesterday. This
office received a pleasant call.
Mrs. O. R. Keebler and little daugh
ter, who have been visiting with Mrs.
Wm. Currier, MrB. Keebler's sister, re
turned, on yesterday's Ilocxl, to their
home at Lebanon.
Attorney 0'. P. Coshow and family
left, yesterday morning, for Glide, to
rusticate on Mr. Cosbow's homestead,
for a time.
Frazie and Elton two young men from
Dakota, who are rusticating in the Ore
gon hills, arrived in this city today from
Capsilliahee where they have been rusticating-for
the past two weeks. They
report a grand outing and say they ara
enjoying this time of their life. They i
will leave in a few days for their camp
with a. supply of provisions.
The Rose Hose Company held their
annual election last Friday evening, at 1
which time the following officers were 1
elected: Presi., Scott Landers; vice!
presi., W. E. Sovern ; Sec., Roy Sloper;
FincialSec., ; Treasure, C. S.Jack-'
son; Foieman, M. F. Rice; Assistant!
J Foreman, Henry Worthington. Mem-
'assistant chiif. Joe Svkes a member'
. of the Rr Hose nomnanr has hplH S
the office of chief Engineer for the past
vear with W. H. Carroll a member of
Umqua Hose Co. as assistant. Here-to '
foreit ,las customarv for the as-,
Eistlint t0 promoted to chief 1
and the opposite company to nominate
the assistant chief, but the Rose Hose !
; the assistant chief,
1 - "If-" -
' J ficers from their company.
Without Electric Lights.
The streets of Roseburg are bathed in j
, utter darkness for a short time owing ,
. - to an accident to the Roseburg Water
,and Light Company plant at Winchester. '
. Frilav afternoon, the 120 kelowatt gen-1
! orator armature caught fire and was
tally destroyed. The cause fo the fire is !
unknown. The accident is a very severe !
and unfortunate one, as it will be im- j
possible to purchase a new machine j
short of San Francisco, and it is possible ,
that one will have to be ordered from
Chicago. As an armature weighs about t
1000 lbs. cased and will have to be'
shipped by express the cartage of the
In the base ball game brtween Rose
burg' and Eugene, at Eugene, yesterday,
Roseburg lost, the score being 4 to 5.
Salem won from Albany score 7 to 0.
Following is the score by innings.
Eugene, 00100200 26
Roseburg, 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 24
Summere, the new pitcher was in the
box for Roseburg. In the third inning
Tailfero batted the ball over the fence.
A large number of Roseburgers will go
to Eugene on tonight's overland to gin
ger up the boys.
All my household and kitchen fur
nishings at private sale. Sale to close
Tuesday evening, June 23d. Rosidence
next to last house to end of sidewalk oh
eai t side of south .Main street. Also the
nouse is ior rent. . n . -milder,
. :46-2tp,-.,, -'.r
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ffciral Free Delivery.
On Wednesday July- the citizens
east of Roseburg will be "blessed by hav
ing a rural free delivery route put in
operation, with Ike Thornton as Btar
router, who, we learn, has been appoint
ed to.t,ho position, he having stood a
very high examination according to the
rules and regulations of the civil service
examiners. The route, as laid out, is
from Roseburg, up Roberts creek and
over the divide, to Deer creek, and down
Deer creek, to Roseburg. The route is
24 miles long, and all that is necessary
to make it a success is for the citizens
receiving mail along the route to put up
their boxes so that the postman can take
out the mail for other points and leave
the daily mail. If there is one thing
above -all others having a tendency to
make our citizens contented on the farm
or ranch, it is receiving the daily mail.
Mlza School Sits.
At a recent meeting of the voters of
Roseburg School District, a committee
was amxrintMl tn snWt .it. .j . v.
mit plans for a High School building at
The committee will receive proposals
for site with coat of m k.m
posals should be submitted to committee
ueiore June iDin.
Committee will mt
C. Fullerton, on June 26th at 9 o'clock
to consider same.
Hand proposals to J. G. Flook, chair
man of committee.
BROTHERS CLINE. At the office
of the county judge, at the courthouse,
Saturday, June 20, 1903, Frank Broth-
Requites the greatest care, the best and purest
drugs and first-class equipment in the laboratory. Our
prescription department is complete in ever- detail.
We have what the well-cared-for baby requires:
Mermen's Talcum Powder, Fine, Soft Sponges,
Rose Witch Hazel Lotion, Delicate Hair Brushes,
Fragrant and Soothing. Velvet Skin Soap.
A Full Line of Baby Medicines and Foods.
"High-Grade Goods" is Our Motto.
Phone 451. ROSEBURG, ORE. Near Depot.
ers to Mrs. Julia Cline, Judge M. D.
PARSONS EARL. At the residence
of Rev. George H. Bennett, in this
city, Tuesday, June 16, 1903. George
Parsons to Miss Ida Earl, Rev. Geo.
H. Bennett officiating.
BYROX WILSON. At Denver, Colo.,
JuneS. 1903. Geo. Byron and Miss
Both are wellknown here. Mr. By
ron is a son of Hon. Jas. Byron, ol Olal
la, and Mrs. Byron is a daughter of
Mrs. Mary Wilson, of Reston..
DURGAN THOMAS. At the home of
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1.
E. Thomas in Cottage Grove, Wednes
day at 10 o'clock, June 17, 1903, Mr.
H. S. Durgan and Miss Ruby Thomas
Rev.G. H. Feese, officiating.
Gen. Lane's Treaty Tree.
It is a matter for regret says the
Grants Pass Courier, that the land
marks of early Oregon history have not
been better-preserved. Features whose
Interest would increase with the years
have been suffered to be destroyed
through ignorance or indifference. In
1853, there was some trouble with the
Rogne River Indians, though the war
did not occur until two years later. In
1853, General "Joe" Lane, whose name
is inseparably connected with the history
of Oregon, made a treaty with the
Rogue River Indians on a spot which is
now included within the present city
limits of Grants Pass. He met the
Indians under a black oak tree on
Rogue river, just above "White Rock."
or ana u Keeeasary- to
Tsket the dUc
of ihlnrl'ei, tin. Iron, Ur and
leep lurlsces. cutter.
Sold on marit. Ouannteed,
It will pt to ssk
THli EL ATERITE "HOOnrV G CO.,
"Worotr Building, PORTIjAND
Old timers are still able to point out the
stump ot this tree, but the tree itself
has been cut dnwn and sawed into stove
wood in these later years, probably, by
some man who never beard of Joe Lane.
What Is Osteopathy?
The question is asked, "what is Osteo
pathy?" The inquisitive citizen usual
ly goes to their Medical Phytician ex
pecting to get an honest anawar to their
query, but answering for myseli 1 get
tnia information, the subject seeming to
cause the Doctor considerable un
easiness but finally to get rid of me, he
said, "a method of massage or "rub
bing" of the skin, a kind of a faith cure,
or Christian science. It don't amount
to anything except for rbematiim."
w hen asked II it would cure paralYtls.
he replied: Well yes, "massage" is
really the best thine for that. but. I
would use the Smidisto Monument Cure
Look at this. I waa advised bv an
American citizen to go to a foreigner to
get a'so-called substitute of Osteopathic
treatment. Perhaps some would
prefer a Chinaman. Would you?
In conclusion I will say that I
employed an honest and faithful Oste&
pathic physician, and never did I find
him wanting. For two years I need
this method of treatment in my famiiy
for all ailments and found it superior in
every respect to the "drug treatment."
Dr. A. F. Still, of Kirksville, Mo., in
1S74 inaugurated this system after years
of study of the anatomy and physiology
of the human body, and before he
launched his theory before the world
he and his sons practiced it for several
years with success "to the patients."
About eleven years ago the first
school was started, and today there are
enrolled to study the practice of Osteo
pathy more students than in the Homeo
pathic Colleges combined. In many
states Osteopathy is legally recognized,
the student being obliged to pass an ex
amination equal to that of the M. D'a
before being allowed to practice.
Osteopathy is a system of treating
disease without drugs, by the use of the
hands to adjust all parts of the human
mechanism to perfect mechanical rela
tions, the purpose and result of which is
to restore the normal conditition of
of nerve central and blood supply to
everj' organ of the body by removing
physical obstruction or by stimulating
or inhibiting functional activity as the
condition may require. For informa
tion in regard to specific diseases I would
advise you to call on a rezular Osteo
pathic Physician and he will bo pleased
to explain his methods and should you
decide to take a course of treatment
you certainly will not bo disappointed.
Cigar makers in San Francisco are
baving a hard time, or think they are.
Internal revenue officers have arrested
one wholesale and fifteen retailers for
putting American-mado cigars into
empty, imported boxes, and selling the
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IN 8TRAWBERRY TIME.
Tawteaa Dafxtr CoaeseUaB
Co BUcait Doaa-k ShrteaJcfl '"
The making of dainty desserts la na'
easy thing In strawberry time. Tabl
Talk tells of some tempting- arrange
ments, as follows:
Served UnhulJed. If of large size
strawberries can be served after the
French fashion, arranging; on each
plat ten or a doxen -round a tiny enp
Mntalnlng powdered sngar. The ber
rtes are waahL but stems and hulls
re Ieff on, and they are eaten with
Strawberry Float What Is called
float needs a pint of mashed berries.
The whites of fear eggs are whipped
until frothy, one-half of a cupful of
powdered sugar la added and the whip
ping continued until very stiff. The
crushed berries are then beaten la -and
the frothy mixture served - heaped In
glasses. It should Dot stand more than
half an hour.
Strawberry Dumplinga. A rich1 bis
cuit dosgh Is the basis for strawberry
dumplings, three or four berries la
each, while to the usual hard sauce as
many crushed berries are beaten In as
can be used without danger of separa
tion. Strawberry Popover. Popovers
when carefully spilt as soon as taken -from
the oven, filled with a spoonful
of the crushed fruit and served with
the hard sauce make an easy and dell
White Pudding With Strawberriesw
A pudding made with cornstarch or
gelatin can be molded In an oval
form lined with lady fingers. When
tamed out It Is prettily garnished with
Strawberry Sponge. A utrawberry
sponge calls for one-half of a, box of
gelatin soaked In one-half of a cupful of
cold water, then dissolved In a hot sirup
WHITE rtTDDEtO WITH KTRinnrnum
made by boiling together for'One min
ute one cupiui or water anu one cup
ful of sugar; when cold, one cupful
of strawberry Juice Is added, and when
quite thick the whipped whites of four
eggs; all are then beaten together until.
thick and spongy.
Strawberry Shortcake. Make a rich
baking powder biscuit crust: bake In
cakes cut out with a tumblw. When
done, split, butter and close again,
keeping hot until served. Open the
cakes and fill with mashed and sweet
ened berries at the table as you serve
One of Herrmann's Tricks.
Not many months before his death
Alexander nerrmann, the magician. -was
a guest at the famous but now defunct
Whltechapel club, the rendezvous of
Chicago Bohemians. On the night in
question a venerable Japanese priest
was present. In the course of a few
tricks Herrmann picked up a deck of
cards and asked some one to select a
card. The seven of clubs was the card
drawn from the pack, and it was shown
to the spectators, but not to the magi
cian. The card was replaced In the
deck, which was shuffled, and then -handed
to one of the spectators.
"Look through the deck, please," said
The holder of the cards did as re
qested. "Is the card that was drawn In the
pack?" nuked the wizard.
"No. sir," answered the spectator.
"What was the card?"
"The seven of clubs,
"Well, gentlemen." said Herrmann,
"if one of you will kindly unlace the
prelate's shoe you will find the card
that has vanished from the pack."
After a smiling protest the Japanese
priest .unlaced his shoe, and there, to.
the amazement of nil. was found the
seven spot of clubs. Rochester Post
Express. A Double Barreled Joke.
The facetious boarder bad the plot,
laid for a killing joke.
"It's a wonder." he said, "that yon
didn't serve up this hen, feathers and
"The next time," said the landlady.
with marked emphasis, "I'll serve her,
bill and all."
"Success," I asserted sagely, "Is due
to our accurate Judgment of human na
ture." "And," retorted the man who always
carries things to extremes, "to Its Inac-.;
curato Judgment of na." Brooklyn Life.;