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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1903)
POPULAR NORTH BEACH.
Roseburg People Will
, an Ideal Recreation
I Pokin ilucks arc probably trio most'H
Find This ' Tkey arc very large, mature early ami gj
IyClH t I 1---?, m- otiviiwr.ii nml ennui tr triw
$ fnQ(.np tilo vmm? of nnr othor
Many Kosebursr people have decided , breed ami can be raised anywhere that y
to epend their vacation tu Pojmlar North j you can raise chicken. They feather H
Bench, at the mouth of the Columbia, rapidly ana prow to poou size m rrom i
Leaving Portland (dailv except Sunday
and Monday) on th O. K & X. Co.'s !
palatial sjteaiuer T. J. I'ot u r queen of '
river boats five hours consumed in i
making the trip to As'.urin, the scenery ;
including aU that is beautiful, and '
through the great salmon fishing water. .
of the Lower Columbia. After a short '
stop at Astoria, the tteamer is off for '
Ilwaco, on Baker's Bay, where the jms
sengers board the train waiting and are
soon off for North Beach, the popular
summer resort of the North Facific coast. I
During the trip from Ilwaco the first
good view of the Pacific is secured, the
train running along the ridge of the
beach within two hundred yards of the '
breakers. The beach is twenty-seven
miles long, two hundred yards wide at
low tide, and so hard that carriage'
wheels scarcely leave a mark. It is an
ideal place for driving, riding, wheel
ins, or walking, and the surf bathing is
unsurpassed. The excellent hotels .
and boatding places provide good ac
commodations at prices ranging from
one dollar to three dollars per day.
The round trip rate from Portland to
Astoria is f2.50; to Ocean Beach points
$4.00, good until October 15th. On Sat
urdays, during July an Aucust, round
trip tickets are sold to beach points at
$2.50, good for return leaving the beach
the iollowinz Sundav evening
mi'.., nv f,. v.. 1 r- - " " - - j
six to eight weeks, which makes theiii i S3
well adapted for the early markets, nl-j to
lowing the highest prices. They are , S
CWt-ilflll lutnviij, viuiu v .j
with good range require but little food.
The young are not subject to roup,
cholera or gapes, like young turkeys
and chickens. They will weigh from
twelve to fourteen pounds per pair the I
first year without much fattening. As
egg producers their record la equal to
that of any other breed of fowls- -Commercial
NO PREMIUM TICKETS GIVEN ON GOODS SOLD AT SALE PRICES.
FISHER & BELLOWS COMPANY
Look Ont For the Lamp.
See to It that your lamp Is always
full of oil. properly trimmed and burn
ing. Do not neglect the lamp and al
low It to go out or smoke the brooder.
Once a day the lamp should be put in
proper condition for its work. While
It Is quite necessary for the chicks to
be kept warm they should not be too
warm, nor yet be chilled. For the
youngsters 90 degrees Is about right
when they are Inside, and we must
remember that an empty hover at
DO degrees will soon go to 100 degrees
with fifty chicks inside. Too much
heat makes bowel trouble, as will cold
or damp or careless feeding. All of
these help to swell the mortality list
and Increase the average cost of those
vre grow to maturity. Feather.
Noticeis herebygiven that the county
superintendent of Douglas county will
hold the regular examination of appli- '
cants for state and county papers at the
Court House in Roseburg, as follows:
FOB STATE PAPERS.
Commencing Wednesday, Aucust 12,
at nine o'clock A. M., and continuing un
til Saturday, August 15, at four o'clock ,
Wednesday Penmanship, history,
spelling, algebra, reading, school law.
Thursday Written arithmetic, the-,
ory of teaching, grammar, book-keeping
physics, civil government.
Friday Physology, geography, men
tal' arithmetic, composition, physical,
Saturday Botony, plane geometry,
general history, English literature,
i fob eonsTr papers.
; Gtrmmencing Wednesday, August 12,1
at nine o'clock A. M., and continuing
until Friday August 14, at four- o'clock
1st 2.VD ASD 3rd gkade certificates.
Wednesday Penmanship, history or
.AFriday Geography, mental arithme-
tic, school law, civil government.
. ; : i '. (primary certificates.
.Wednesday Penmanship, orthogra
phy, reeding, arithmetic.
Thursday Art of questioning (theory
of teaching, methods,) physiology.
F. I. Hamilis, Co. Supt.
September 14 - 19, 1903
The Greatest Exposition and Live
Stock Show on the Pa
In accordance with oui established custom we are
now offering some very attractive bargains in Summer
Merchandise such as Shirt Waists, Wash Skirts, Sum
mer Dress Goods, Ladies' and Children's Hats, etc.
In marking these goods down we have not allowed
the cost price to interfere with the price we are offering
them for. We do not wish to carry these over to next
3rear hence this great reduction.
We ask 'ou to inspect these lines and get our
prices and if you are not thoroughly convinced that we
can save you money we will not ask you to buy.
We carry a complete stock of Dry Goods, Clothing
Shoes, Hats, Caps, Groceries etc.
FISHER & BELLOWS COMPANY
The Only General Merchandise Store in the City
High Class Itacinj; every Afternoon
$12,000 Cash Premiums
on Live Stock and Farm
Ail Exhibits Hauled Free over the
Reduced Transportation Kates 0:1
Live StocK Auction Sale
Held in connection with Fair.
Fine Camping ground Free and re
duced rates on camper ticket
Come and faring your fam
ilies. For further in -formation,
D. Wisdom, Sec' y.,
Unfurnished rooms to rent,
at -lie old Abrahams .bouse,
Itis pleasure forme to consult with
you about a new but a true science.
Dr. H. L. Studley at the Taylor Wilson
Great Men and Great Pianos.
Cattle tor Sal.
Seven good cows and
inquire at this office.
President Roosevelt has just bought a
fine Knabe piano, and the late vice-presi
Jnr- TTnKart Koa of Ivra raiftpnno n finp
XEEDHAM, euchas we are selling eve- j JJ, Little,
ry day, right here at Roseburg, and , j
since the good judgement of Roosevelt 1
we have secured the agency for the .
Knabe and the J. & C. Fischer. These
are all world-renowned piati's, of the j Oakland - -highest
standard. We have also in 1 j
transit a lot of those medium pianos for !
which the people are paying all the way ;
from $ 275.00 to f 300.00 and even more. ,
"Ve are going to offer the same grade for ;
$150.00, $175.00 and $200.00. TheEefig-j
ures will surprise those who have been j
buying thoEe soaHed high-grade pia-j
nos. Besides this tot we wilt have the!
genuine . CABLE piano and not the Ho- j
bert M. Cable. It will pay you to see ;
this line before buying a piano.
Richardson Music House,
Roseburg and Cottage Grove.
Men wanted to cut 300 tier of wood 1
inquire of Henery Conn. Roseburg Orr f
TIMBER AND GRAZING
City and Mining Propart;, Home
steads and Timber Claims Located,
the best now vacant. No fees paid
until Filing accepted. Relinquish
ments bought and sold. ; : :
Stewart Land Co.,
Room 4, Taylor & Wilson Block
For a Limited Time
35c. papers for 20
50c. papers for 40
All New StocK
and Latest Cut
Envelopes : :
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
Also li on? on Fine Leather
Goods until Wednesday
evening. Dout Miss these
Hints to Housewives.
j Half the battle in good cooking is tc have good
'And to get them promptly when you order them. Call up
Phone No. 1S1 for good goods and good service.
C. W. PARKS & CO.
V. R. Buckingham,
?uccfcsor to W. L. Cobb, Mrs. (Boyu'sold standi
Homes from $250 to $5000
Write or 'Phone
Win. M, Porter,
Real Estate Agent and Notary
Timber and Homestead Locator
Packer and duide
Camas Valley, Oregon
25mlle south west of Rotcburs
Go to .. .. i
...Soh Agents tor...
h a s e
Extend a cordial invitation
to the public and the many
friends of the old firm to call
and examine their new line
of Staple and Fancy
Bring Us Yo
Butter, Chickens, Eggs.
For a Prompt and Firat-clasB
Shave or Hair-cat. Compe
tent Workmen, Clean Tow
els, Tools always in shape.
Located on Southern Pacific Railroad
in Douglas County Oregon
The Waters CURE ninty Per cent of cases of Constipation. Rhenraatissa .
Catarrh. Stomach, Kidney and Liver Troubles.
Post-office, Express and Public Telephone on the promises. From $10 por week
np, including baths. Trains stop in front of Hotel.
One Gallon of these Waters Contains
Baths in Connection.
Shop on Jackson St.
I Potassium Iodide -
, Sodium Chloride
- .63 gr
- .19 gr
CAP. BEN D. BOSWELL, Proprietor.