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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 6, 1903)
tinlom Otnrml With Aarklou De-
'.cr the Yellowstone lilvcr, at Lmiig
ton, hum)' morning.
An nnknowii man nndert'cik ! pur
rhasf a qnaiitit y ' dyatntte Ht Ch tiiut,
?aiurdy. Ills description l In "
i uariow of detoctlve, and every i-tfort m
Mni; made to rupture tli" stip'ct, f r
liom $1000 reward I offered by 'lie
Ttm rr4iit of th Tehram on
Jl )t says The ItoatrMU badl
Kwih rtrntJ from uir mp wtii ( company.
on ytartnlny morula', overland, awl ; ,
HwmiiiitMtHtJ by tktor friomlsiipon Mr j, A i)wui ((f icilll. n. fruit
thulr MM- i tb f-rtliwii trip, which, trtW,,r j ,,inc( 11(lw through our
Iwrfifu the MpfttltMily IrMtimmt t dly WednwUy, having boen down to
!W w it w ul. CWvlnul. He purchased it wugim load
In anawor to a Hal-m eorr"wl'JMf u.ii Altera (iot of I.. A.
lnlHi m to lUwebantMra Inula rtr, of that place. There is a r.-at
"mM tml" tho iouimiiiKl hit pit to, future to tho Alcorn lndntrv of Ameri-
sayt j can.
Our atsllon In
forfaiting tlm iamo to '
Salem was nntoM oronot of what l; M. h. Crrtoklmiii aoM tlm L inpua
win mooly nailed "coW ." Iiecaitse ' Itwkwrv to Most A. ntul Joa. I'nrteeh,
there 1 no doubt w hatevar but wo would of J'ortlaud. We unilerstnnd the n.-w
linvn iMxttnn Mem m It wn plainly proprietor 1ms hail tunny years of ex
shown that l hoy ww" attnckod by n eae l-erlonce.
of frlyht when tltey imported Iwirrowed
player from the big Iwuti. lint for
ittnf uiaft.ir wit uam wllllfiv to in
HK.lliatUn.Hi.MMi Mfr their manager I 'iB-v JP ) ' l. Jhwa.
had lmelod out on hi. promise to divide j ' Khteou will l ca.l.t
and if our SPRING and
Line is not better than any other, don't buy
from us. We are showing this season the
Latest Styles in
Silk Gause Novelties, Sole Jouree, Silk
Zephyr, Corded Cbambray, Lawn Caladine
Novelties, Fancy Madrass Organdies,
Lawn Sinaloa Novelties, Minerva Dimities,
Leno Applique Lawn, Afton Dimity, Blouse
Linens, Organdies, Linen Batiste, Chal
lles, Sursucker Ginghams, Percale
AND ALL THE LATEST IN DRESS GOODS
SRirt-We Crrj tl' Fineat Lineof Made-up Skirts in tewn. and our line of Underskirts cannot
ckiualcil for quality and price
, It w.t tmlil nt thu Unit, that wlmn
; Clirlxt ionium tlm Fccotul time lie will
Our Spring and Summer Line of Clothing
tltn KittP rco)pti, nlMr tlioy lnul onco lo
tvlvoil iiioih')' fur tin tratno. Tlilt wn
up to ni4Hl liitn, iiml oach otlur,
llio Ktttliar will como with him, Tltuc, j
Embodies many special features that will in
tereat you. The clothine that we sell from the
HiKhett to tl.o Loweat Krado in In every ease finely tailored and thoroughly dependable. We recommend it
with confidence even though ottr prices are lower than any other store sell for the eame quality. Also a new
and up-to-date line of Indies' and Gent's Neckwear. OUR SHOES SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
Sole Agents for the W. L. Douglas Shoo
tin, poM,K.nod Bm. which ll.ry nl-i;: fll' come nlw,
lowed oi, four lttK!.n.lm Fourth ' 26 : ' n ;vo.i ill view
I, I., 1.4 i llu . , , J HHP MIMIIUTMIIIH Ptvllvi A lit' "all
Whim IMmtx In tlm ld, u,,, l'v fur rka nml uiountnin. to fall on ,
t'tillr-d tlio anit on acHiiit of rain
I'Miplu Ittif know McCormk'k'a dUlike
for tlm Itooiiburs twin, hi id fur thnt
r'rt(Hi Hniikiu, of I'ortlnud, wna Kent to
Utitli'iin to utnplro thu Knmo there.
AlliT tlm K"'iut Cnptnlu Morrow, l the
HoMibiirK tenin, 'phouod to Prcnident
Tumor nl Albany, akliiu who w to
uiuplro nt Saletn. TihiuhI nnawered,
Afti'r tho lloaehttri; twin hud arrived
nt Sulcin and tho "ltnwlin ' dlocovercd ,
that their pot McConnirk waa not to
thetn, Kev.,0, ir, while the righted!!)
will nxcrlbo mtlvatlon to him that citteth
on tho throne, Nov., 7, 0, 10, and admire
bin Iwautv, Tlieaa., 1,10. What will
yon pay flutter? Meetings at the tent
Red Hill Breaker.
Tho family of E. A. Langdon has
boon oxpORotl to measles, but po far,
none have taken them.
Miss Lucy Hay, of Oakland, is to
olllulaie, tbi'y tmJ tltflr "pull" with I Usach our school this fall and winter-
tho remit that n tolegram waa potel on Mrs. J. E.Smith who has been
a conaplcnoua telegraph He. atntlng npundtn tho summer with her parents
t,'?,Co;lck,V,",,,,,,,,,Kni""- "turned to her home in
and algniHl "Turner. KoteburK object-1
ed to playing with McOormlck na unf j (,lrdmor'
plre. atntlng tbelr grievaiicvs acalncti Mi Mazzie Trump male a flying
bliu, but 8alotn watJrti). Then Koae-1 trip to the Hill last week. She is
The People's Store
One Door South of P. O. x
Resolutions of Condolence.
burg tried to coiiiproniim uiattera by
asking SnUuti to allow (Kith men to
olllolate, but tlil proMitiun wna re
colvcsl with (V)titempt. After thla, the
Koootmrg tentn, wing that they could
dressmaking and hxs a promising
business started in Oakland. "Success
to you M:izzie."
The recent rain gave our farmers a
not gi M"nre ileal, left the field, ful- scarv, but so far no damage has been
JowtM by n Inrgu retinue of their nd- done to tho grain.
n'i';,r'- , ,j Miss Ida Wamselv attended the
The SnU'tn mntiageniont then 'phonetl I ,
to U reaturnnta and Jn.tol tnat ,wr nco at Boswoll.
would not "stand good" or jay any ex. j Miss Elite Thompson has gone to
poiiKj whatever of the Koseburger. I spend several montlts with relatives in
thereby breaking the lengue stoetnent Seattle, Washington,
that the home hohl y the, The 'Cutlack ltros.', have their new
vUtttug team s expenws Tlm joke ol ! . A . . . .
this tnat featuro was that K-voral Kuw ' oi UP ami road' t0 lH&n MW"
burg fltUons, wHi wwt to Salem to ! hfr They are young men who be
wltneas the gante. wns notified, while , Hove in hustling, and are doing a fine
eating In n rosturnnt. thnt the Salem , lumber business, much to the benefit
ttaselmll team mwiM not pay for their wf hborhoo.1 for miles around,
tneaU this twtMnuly sitrpriseil the .... A , ,
Uo.ebutvers. as th.y h4 .vot even lw-(tui lumlw m K11 tlomnd
aglned tlmt they won. Salem's guests. ! or coriwjondent "Violet" thinks
The Koselmtv baseball twt, w l.teh j X "strHage poople can't put a new
hn iimdo web a wnw npht for Ute j wnwt on tho Hour but there's truintr
WJlkntette ValWy LeaajM Hut, will
leave this citj' tor a tor of CW Omtut
b" private eonvwyanw. FrWay ntor'
lug toe teAtu will le mtiiomxi by So am
Ut Ih k wodtllng," nothing strange
nlout it, iU hr okl custom on lted
Hill. CottsWerwl a "sure sign." but
.nhntt ntnUVDay. ofth Kocvie team, j tktt't worn' Violet, wo all know you
Ktt and Jrr will 0o th twirMwp. Uvfll sowtiw hve a wedding,
anil Mormw will hnv rhargo of to! iv. iw.n
tem. The WhMhos mi will W ktlM T
after by V. 11. JamioKw.
, Tk Krg whotit yield for the
i WnMtt Vlh wlloy is IS bushels to
j tfco acrw.
le wmwHv'n wwMaiiHi. near Uufttnu, ,r . . . . . .
lnd. exl ey Br,fR Mormw clwrefc. ka sont congratula-
The owtlro iUnt wa destroyed awl three t to the new Tope lious.
employes werolOown t jilecw. his And now thnt the fireworks have
lm MleuM tlwt viMto- who entered
Dynamite Mt N. Track.
Whereas, Our Neighbor, Charles F.
Davis, has been removed from our midst
by the hand of death, and this camp
desires to express and record a fitting
tribute to his memory and virtues.
Therefore be it
INsolvki), By Oak Camp, No. 125
Pacific Jurisdiction, Woodmen of the
World, that while we acknowledge and
bow to the will of tho Supreme Huler of
the universe, we nevertheless feel the
losa of our respected Neighbor, and ever
hold his many virtues in grateful re
metn be ranee.
Hesolvko, That in the death of Chas.
F. Davis this Camp has suffered an ir
reparable loss, and we extend our fra
tcrunl sympathy to his family who have
lost a devoted husband and an affection
Uesolyed that a copy of these resolu-
tinns be spread upon the minutes of this
Camp, a copy be furnished to each of 1 1
tho local papers and a copy bo sent to
Koseburg Oregon, August 3, 1P03.
II S. Fbe-vcii,
Roy U. Elmore,
U. E. Harness,
II. O. HOWARU,
D. C Berry.
Bring Us Your
POR CKSH OR TRPCDE.
J. F. Barker & Co.
BRAZIMi L-THE WOHE
HARRY E. HILLER,
7ll Oak St., Opp. Churchill & Woolley's
Resolutions of Condolence.
the mn just WKw IW exjvikw. was! , , , , , , . ,
ktHe,l. 1 W ! .oWerv wrro lown j Utbo,K f hBtvl h!U lwn advertised
,W fet;t. It is mn4 tW ospWion w oUwrJchurch has evar bvon ad
wa eayel by a driver dropping a en. ; vortisevl, whvt is the next episode for
The eAxUv.kn s heard for M tnlle. I the newspaper to go crazy over.
atulwgtvt wasltsKwv that a hole' tt . . . . , . , ,
JWM0 feet and Su feot deep warks the " ls taled im niemters of the
H5 w hero the nwgle uv. rieeea ! CdttRtton Congress will phco all the
tleU. maUy anl bulWiog mate- j obstacles they can in the wuy of the
rial wt.ro iWUp i all dlwtKws, j ratfiksUioa ( the canal trwitv. It
j appears that they WTtnt to be trvateAl
to allow Ow treaty to pass. I
. t . . , ,' At the ejection heM on Monday to i
A sjvoial trow Helena. MtM ol , . , . . . - ,
ywtoMaydat Att Mlompt ,:derf lMXlon of
nude lat (ht, ose wile et ol 1 Cokwbia coasty, St Helens received
tN wr)c a Northern iVtcifie trai 1 10X ve-tes ojk! Ranter 67t,v j
Vwutt aMHtap ' Rev. IVv, a Christian rainkter, 1
Wttvttttd train No.NS, jNrtlly ' . , . . . 4. , i
refcsl V n exrUKvi t dynamlt I he abduction of Mtss
bnA Ow WvUit, horevt;Jv?hiBe Shehoa. age IS, at Cook,!
tho idc!w the cb rnl otherwise t Oklv. has heeatheW for the graad
the kwvatfix. Knpnrvr f ICO) Kd as a result of
injured. . n;.ATVv TvrtUr- ,t VI !
4 W the re aho triil ts Ta rears oJd and the
urKWr Xorthtm ltiSc heiAje ftW of etghteea chtkirea.
Wiureas, Our bolowd Neighbor,
Charles E. McGowen has been called to
answer the roll call in the Camp beyond
the dark Jordan of Death : Therefore,
JltsoireJ, tliat we, tlve members of Oak
Camp, No. 126, Woodmen of the World,
of Kosoburc, Oregon, roxltae that in the
death of Neighbor Mctiowan. Oak Camp
has been deprived of a most active and
promising member, and the member
ship has been deprived of a worthy and
ttusted Neighbor and friend. We will
miss him in the camp, and in our social
and busiueAS life, yet we rejoice ami find
consolation in the firm belief that it is
well with him whom wv mourn.
itaeheti, That we temWly comiole
with the Insreaveit parents, ami brothers
and sisters of our deeeattd Neighbor,
commendins them to Him who "pitieth
like a father."
7.WW that these reolmkMi bo
spread on the mutates of this Camp, a
copy sent to lite mourning parents of
deceased Neighbor, and a copy f uruished
to each of our local papers.
KoMjburg, OregoH, Ancu't S, UKft.
J. A. BecHAXAX,
J. M. Throne,
G. W. DiuvtcK,
tX A. Skhlsrcde.
There is a persistoat niroor along
the Coos Riy Wgon road that a
scheme is on foot Uagnia change the
Roseburg-MarshfieM raail route to the
Middle Fork read. The people of the
Boy hod better watch this matter pretty
closejy. Marshfieki MaiL
The Jacfcvk who are howljcg over
the supposed cortse of Major L. D.
Kinney will be wise to keep their dis
tance trntil they are certain that he is
dead, or they nay get what will be to
thea &a unpleosaat sarprije. Morsh-
Oregoa City has sirteea new casas
for divorceto be tried this weei b
the circuit coart.
A new arrival of ineas fine golf and negligee
75c and $1.00
The Patterns are choice and refined throughout
the entire collection, and the shirts are exceptional!
Boys and mens Canvas shoes. To move them out
quickly we've marked them down to 75c and 90c a
pair. Good shoes for the outing.
Girls wash dtesses. You'll be eager to buj when
you see, what a great variety iu white and colors, there
is to choose from in Lawn and Chambray gingham etc.
Sizes 2 to 12 years at
25c to $2.00 each.
Muslin TJnderware. Thoroughly satisfactory in
every respect including the important one of price.
Good taste is displayed in the style of the garments
and materials, laces and embroideries, are such as
women generally approve of!