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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1904)
If s the Quality that Keeps the Customers
Our SDring goods that aie constantly arriving are well known for their
quality. It is a pleasure for us to show this beautiful line. All we ask is for
you to give us the opportunity.
Note that our clothing fits well and is up to date, our Dress Cioods aro
nobby and pretty, our Shoes are staunch and comfortable, our Hats are stylish
and shapely, our Furnishings are new ami nobby, our Wash Goods are protty
and cheap in price.
EVERYTHING 15 MEW AMD GOOD
Aw you having your well denned out?
Rrt Holl SUtn' 2 00 trimmed hate.
Roy McOlallen is tu Portland on busi
It will pay you to
Tonight, Whoso Baby Aro You, at tbo
W. V. Hudson, of Myrtls Creek
in this citv last woek.
Mrs. It. B. Houston of Salem is visit
inn friend:) la this city.
If you desire good
B. F. Fisher and wife spent Sunday
visiting friends at Wilbur.
I. ABRAHAH, Prop.
One Door Southof P. O.
and Main Streets
Mrs. Belle Collins
For Good Pictures and
Fair Prices Go To
Corner Pine and Lane Sts.,
Roseburg, - Ore.
Abstract of Title to Deeded Land.
Papers prepared for filing on Govern
Bine Points of Township Maps showing
-Plans and Estimates for all Build
ings. Special designs for Office Fixtures
Office in new Bank Building. 'Phone 415
? Of Local Interest.
Dr's. Clieadlo & Johnson, dentists
Kid gloves, black and colors, $1.00 and
$1.50 kinds, $.75, Ash & Attwell.
clothing, from 4 to 14 years, a
of kinds, AT COST, Ash it Att-
Come and see what we havj in men's
hats, up to date goods, AT THE COST
PRICE, Ash & Attwell.
Men's, women's and children's under
wear, both summer and winter weight,
AT COST, Ash & Attwell.
Take your clothing to T. W. Carlon's
tailoring establishment, opposite 'epot
for cleaning, repairing and pressing.
All work tirs-t-class. 25 tf.
Prof. Zop'.er Agec, of Oakland, was
in this city last Thursday evening, to
attend the inspection of Co. D. He
denies the statement made by thu Re
view to the effect lhat he is material for
the candidacy of school superintei dent
and further states that he is not in
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Kelley were over
from Roseburg Saturday and Snnday.
E. E. LaBrie of Garden Bottom was
in the city Tuesday, accomp mied by
County Treasurer Dimmiek. of Rose-!
Roy Gray has gone to his home in
Sunny California, after a long and hap
py visit with relatives in and near Oak
land. Miss Merl Smith haB returned, to her
home in Roseburg. Miss Smith has
been visiting Oakland relatives the past
Yesterday "Jenks" Smith was acci
dently shot by Tom Leatherwood. We
are unahle to learn further particulars
at this writing.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Vood60n of Grants Pass, March 25.
Mrs. Woodson was formerly Mies Abbie
Stevens of Lower Calapaoia.
Dr. F. W. Hunt has purchased W. B.
Hammitte'8 residence property in this
city, paying $1100 for the same. It looks
as if the doctor intended staying in Oak
land. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Vernon starUl to
Los Angeles Tuesday morning They
were much pleased with Douglas county
and" may return at no dhtantdate. Mr
Vernon and E. G. Young of this city i
were together a portion of the time on
'the plains in the early 50'e and remem
ber many occurences of oarly pioneer
days in the then Territory of Oregon.
Negotiations have been completed and
the formal transfer papers signed where
by Mrs. F. B. Waite purchased the in
terest of S J. Sutherlin in the home
farm of the late Findal Sutherlin near
Oakland. In the final divition of tho
Sutherlin estate among the heirs, Mrs.
Waite became the owner of a portion of
the farm and S. J. Sutherlin the other
portion thereof. By the transaction
now just completed Mrs. Waite becomes
the owner of the whole phue, which is
one of the finest farms in Southern
. Oregon. The consideration paid to
S, J. Sutfierlin for his interest is $20,
One of the brightest comedies of recent
years Whose Baby Are You which will
be seen at the Roseburg Opera House- on
Monday evening Mark E. Swan, the
author, has gathered together the most
ludicrous array of comedv situations
ever evolved in one play and has woven
around the" axom "Laugh and the
world laughs with you' the most biil
liant farce yet presented to the Ameri
can playgoer. The comwny presenting
this merry farce is composed of artists
of well known ability. Aside from the
play itself, which is itself a gem, there
are introduced a line of the best special
ties seen in this section in many a day.
Seats are now on sale at Strong's Furni
ture Store prices 25, 35, 50, 75.
The latest Addition to Roseburg is a
consolidation of the properties of L. A.
Sanctuary, C. B. Cannon and S. K.
S ke-s on South main street just east of
the Waite Addition. These beautiful
pieces of property liave been platted and
divided into 35 lots of 42 feet, width,
125 feet deep. Three streets will cross
the addition as follows: Sanctuary
Avenue will run the entire length of
the addition from north to south, two
streets crossing the Addition from east
to west will be known as Cannon street
and Jamieson street. The Addition is
being platted by Surveyor Roberts, and
bears the name of Saturday's Addition
to the city of Roseburg.
Cheadle & Johnson, dentists.
Log Cabin Creams at Currier's.
D. C. Davis of Drain was in
on business last week.
Wood for sale.
Leave order with
r.. m. iwgaruus, ot tialico creek, was
in Roseburg, on business, this week.
hoes, rakes, and a full
tools at Svke's.
line of garden
Geo. Kohlhage.i, the butcher, has
recently purchased some fine beef cattle
Knto Hogan, who has been employed
in the McCIallen House dining room,
left, Friday, for her homo at Oakland.
T. W. Carlon will clean, press and re
pair yonr clothing with neatness and
disj-atch; give him a trial. Shop oppo
site depot. 25-tf
Attornny C. I. Levengood and wife,
sient Saturday and Sunday in Myrtle
Creek, where Mr. Levengood was called
Chas. Barnard, tho liveryman from
Eugene, in in this city looking after his
interest here. Ho will return to Eu
gene in a few days.
S. K. Sykes has the largest stock of
fishing tackle and base ball goods ever
brought to Roseburg. See his stock be
fore buy else where.
Miss Susie Olivant of Looking Glass
is visiting friends in this city.
John M. Davis of Junction spent a
few (lavs in this citv last week.
Mrs. C. B. Baker is vjsiting
and relatives in Cottage Grove.
E. W. Liverman, of Portland is the
guest of his sister Mrs. D. Jackson of
Oswell Lang, one of Camas valley's
prominent citizens was in Roseburg
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Uockett.of Grants
Pass are tho guests of Mrs. J. H. Booth
of this citv.
Albert Havens, formerly of Albany is
at present in the employe of Abstractor
Mrs. Ann Comptdu,
visiting relatives at
who has been
During tfe month of April we will issue with every cash purchase a dated duplicate sales check stating
the amount of yolif purchase. At the end of tho month a date will be selected and every person holding
checks of that date will have their purchase money refunded. In other words we are going to present to our
customers the amount of one days sales. We are not doing this in a philanthropic mood but hs one way of
advertising. We Want you to become better acquginted with our store and when you do this we are confident
of making you our steady customers. The date will not be selected until May 1st. In order to make this a
more momentous event we will from time to time offer special inducements in the line of special sales. Re
inemocr your money back if you are lucky.
Special No. 1
Men's Black Russia Calf Shoes,
New Styles and New Goods. The Re
nowued Florsheim make. A iairly com
plete line of sizes.
Money back sale price
$3 50 & $ 4.00
Special No. 2
Ten patterns Scotch flannel waist
ings, new patterns, will wash without
loosing color, unexcelled for shirt waists,
boys' waists or summer suits in three
qualities which sold for 40, 65 & 75 cts. ;
75c grade Money back Sale Price 53c
65c " . " 43c
40c " " 27c
Mrs. Abner Hamlin and daughters of
this city are visiting friends in the
Mrs. A. W. Coons and little daughter
left Sunday for Portland to visit for a
short time with friends.
Plain sewing and dressmaking is solic
ted by Mrs. Wooten on the corner of
Oak and Stephens utreets.
Mr. and Mrs J. K. Richardson who
have 1-een the gnest of friend a "in thi
city have returned to Drain.
Mrs. Roy McCIallen, and eon Donald
spent Sand iy as the guests of Mrs
Stonewall Sutherland at Winchester.
Have you seen that elegarit line of
ace curtains? We are showing also full
line ol portiers and window shades. B
Mrs. Andrew Ford, of Portland, who
has been visiting in this city, left for
Brownsville. Friday, where she will visit
for a short time, with her parents.
Joint Veasen, who Mas formerly in
the timber land and real estate business
here, but now located in Portland, was
in this city, on business, this week.
The social evening given to their
friends by tho Rose How Co last Sat
urday evening wa well attended. All
report a "glorious time".
Breakman Geo. Singleton of Athland
was in the city Sunday to secure a house;
he will soon move hero to reside, having
accepted a run out of this city.
.Mrs. E. Zimmerman, was most
pleasantly eupprised at her home by a
number of friends Thursday. The
games of flinch and panic were playtd
j until a late hour.
A large line of builders hardware just
received by S K. Sykes. Those who
expect to build this spring will do well
by getting his prices before you buy.
W. V. Van Alstyne, who for the past
few weeks has been acting as night clerk
it the McCIallen House, left, Friday,
for Eugene, where he will probably
Brakeman F. II. Cavander and wife,
arrived in this citv Saturdav cvenine
from Portland. Mr. Calender will
gain take a run out of this city, hence
Now'e the time, select what you wish,
and we will ship when ready. Rice &
Rice, the House Furnishers, will be at
the-following places the following dates:
Myrtle Creek, April 3, 4, 5; Riddle, 0,
7; Canvonville- 8, 9, 10; Glendal. 11,
12, 13. Swell line of Carpets, Wall Pa
jerst Shades, Couches, Stoves and
See our samples and get our prices.
25-U PrM.F. Rice.
Our spring line of carpets has arrived,
nd ws are prepared to fit up your house
in the latest designs and colorings. Call
and examine for yourtelf. B W. Strong
the Furniture man.
An immense line of Morris Chairs and
Rockers just received at Strong's Furni
ture Store; also a full line of all kinds
Furniture at reasonable prices. Call
and see for yonrself. 99-lf
Hon. C. W. Nottingham and wife.
who lias been the gnrst of their daugh
ter, Mrs. E. Jf. Fullcrton, of this citv.
eft Sunday evening fcr Ashland to visit
t that place for a short time.
New Management in Charge.
Ghas. T. Bloomer, with his new corps
of assistants, took charge of tho Mc
CIallen House, in this city, on the first
day of April, and immediately com
menced a renovation of that popular
house. 1 he partition between the old
bar room and'eard room has been re
moved and all will be used as a bar
room, while the two rooms facing on
Main street will be used as store rooms.
A new entrance has been cut from the
main office into the bar room. Hand
eome.new bar fixtures have arrived
and are now being installed. The office
will be renovated and many changes and
!mnrnvmentB are to be made. Anew
range will also be installed in the kitch
en. Mr. Bloomer, lnmscii, nave-i ereuu
bi 'omiervision over the entire premises,
with Day Clerk B. R. Westbrook as his
,w nBRifitant. O. S. Rowell oHciating
ni-ht clerk and Sam Dnggor and II
0. Wilkinson will have charge of the
bar Mr. Bloomer has also msianeu u
cornsof new cooks in the kitchen, the
-i.:r k having been chef at the Re
vere House, Albany, for tho past several
Notice of Forfeiture.
Coital Giove, Lane County. Slate of On Bon,
March 20. 1001
To E. C. Gunn ai administrator ol the estate
of I). It. Colton, doceiMd, and to Mr. T. F. Wit
Mjn, Mre.Claik J.Ti;lcl,M:-B Carrie E. Mason,
Miss Ma? Mam,Krato Colton, Ben T. Uunn,
and E. C. Gunn, heirs at law of (aid D.li Col
ton, deceased, and to all other persons claim
Ine anr rinht, title or intc:et. either In law
oi equity In or to the mining claim herein
after dc.cril?l, as heirs of the said u. It. Col
ton, deceased or otherwise:
You and each of you are hereby notitied, that
1, the undersigned, Save exjicniled money and
lerformed labor and wot k to the amount of
Oce Hundred Dollars, upon the "llomcr" lode
mining ciaim, situated in the Bohemia Mining
District. In the County of Douglas, Btalc of
That the money so expended and the labor
performed was performed and expended on
and between the 1st day of September anil the
30th day oi S'ptembcr A. D. 1903, in order to
bold said premises under the provisions of
Section i2t of the Revised Statutes or the
United States and laws of the State of Oregon.
being the amount required to hold tho same
for the year ending December 31, l'j03.
That said work upon said claim was per
formed by Edd. Jenks and Ben. Curry for and
at the expense of the undesigned.
And if within Ninety (00) days from the ser
vice of this Notice upon you by tho Sheriff or
within Ninety (90) days after service of this
notice by publication you fall or reluse to con
tribute the proportion of such expenditure as a
co-owner, your interest in the said claim wll
liecome the property of tho undersigned under
atd Section 2321 by reason of said failure to
contribute said proportion of said expenditure
Serious Stomach Trouble Cured,
I was troubled with a distress in my
fetomach, 60ur stomach and vomiting
snclls. and can truthfully say that
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets cured me. Mra. T. V. Williams
rnmHhiinr. Mich. These tablets are
Guaranteed to cure every case of stomacl
trouble of this character. For salo by
A. C. Marstera & Co.
Earl Gaddis, of Roseburg, brother of
C. E. Gaddis, of the Mcdford creamery,
arrived in this city, Tuesday, and will
remain indefinitely, in charge of the
bnttermaking business of this company.
Wednesday night, April Clh, Homer
Davenport in hi-j famous lecture. The
Power of a Cartoon, illustrated and
story of his travels all over the world.
Secure your seats at once.
Sam Strader, who for the past eight
years has been mining in Alaska, is vis
iting friends and rulativte here. Mr.
Strader gays that for the past two years
his health has not been as good as nsnal
therefore he is taking a much needed
The switch engiuo in the yard here
was derailed Sunday evening, on the
lumber yard spur between Oak and
Washington streets. While passing
over the track, one of the old rails
which had outgrown its usefulness long
before it began -service on tho spur
could not withstand the straiu ol the
engine, and tipped over, pulling the
spikes from the rotten ties as easily as a
woman would remove hairpius from her
Elder Soule, of West Roseburg, has
secured the Edeubower school lioiit-o for
religious meetings, and beginning Tues
day April o, at :3U o'clock no expects
to prove that the Sabbath given. to Adam
was not the lust day of the week but
the seventh. That the Sabbath given
to the Jews was not any day in tho week
but the seventh. That the Sabbath for
this dispensation is not the first day but
the seventh. Tho public is cordially in
vited to attend.
A farce with a real plot, one that is
easily discerned without tho aid of a
microscope is Mark E. Swans cleverest
production Whose Baby aro You? which
will be seen at tho Opera House on
Monday April 4th.
Mrs. C. F. Cathcart accompanied by
his sister, Mrs. Frank McFarland, of
Cottage Grove, left on Sunday's local
for tho letter's home. Mr. Cathcart
will follow in a few days with the inten
tion of locating there.
"I have ut-ed Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets with most satisfactory
results," says Mrs. F. L. Phelps, Hous
ton, Texas. For indigestion, billious
ncss and constipation these tablets are
most excellent. Sold by A. C. Marsters
Mr6. Alhe Sheridan and her two
daughters, Maude and Gertrude, ar
rived in this city from San Francisco,
Sunday morning, and will visit with
relatives and friends horo for a short
timo, after which they will return to
their homo at Pendleton.
Remember that it is quality, not
quantity, that wo stnv; for in furnish
ing our city trade, thereforo you will
always get the cheapest milk of the
Gaddis Dairy, becaueo the best. AH
retail milk delivered in bottles. Our
specialties aro cream, milk and butter
milk. If you don't see tho wagon
'phone to tho Creamery. 14-tf
For Sale Cheap.
245 acres stock or dairy ranch 3J
miles touthcast of Myrtlo Point, Oregon
Fine new house, good out buildings.
Will sell with or without stock and fur,
niture. Have good object for selling.
For particulars address
Carl W. Prcssly,
'Myrtle Point, Ore.
Frank Sullivan is able to bo out again
after quite a protracted illness.
Mr. A. Spicer, of Burns, is visiting
his sister, Mrs. Florenco Mclntyro.
J. E. Love wont to Rtddlo for a load
of freight for his stores, last Thursday.
We loam that Wm. Jackson expects
to move to Myrtle Creek soon.
Mr. A. Spicer and Mrs. Florenco Mc
Intyre. visited Roseburg on business
Mr. W. E. Markhatn is quite ill.
Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Wilson spent Fri
day in town.
Mrs. Jno. Fallin, has boon on tho sick
list for a- few days.
Mark Briggs intends going to Grants
Pass to work before long.
N. II. Swank hns bargained for tho
Gloor placo, and intends moving in
from Starvout to take charco of his
W. F. Harris camo down from tho
Rainbow mino last week, and will assess
in this precinct beloro returning to his
Our Spring Stock is now almost Complete Andrwg00dsarearrlv"gdaily' 0ur
r styles are new; oar prices are right.
Be sure to ask for a duplicate sales check when making cash purchases. All materials shrunk by our new
sieam process free of charge.
New Golf Shirts, Ladies and Men's Shoes, Summer Dress Goods, Laces and Embroidries, Underwear,
Boy's Clothing, Hosiery, Calicces, Ginghams, and Millinery.
NOTICE: The above money back offer applies only to cash purchases not to money paid on account or charge sales
"With a Rock Island
Svstem time table and
one of our folders, "Across
the Continent in a Tourist
Sleeper," you can easily
figure out your route to any
point in the East.
The Rock Island has its own
lines from Denver, St. Paul and
Minneapolis to Omaha, Kansas City,
Chicago, Memphis and i,2CO other
towns and cities in the Middle West.
It is a good railroad and its trains are as com
fortable as money can make them. Write or
call and I will take pleasure in giving you full
I . CORKAM, Ccnwal ABtrt.
140 Third Strt, Portland, Or.
Full line of Ingrains
Both Wool and Cotton
We are showing a fine line of Lac Curtains
which have, just arrived.
Fifty pairs of Portiers in the latest designs
We carry from soo to iooo Window Shades in
j ; stock including the celebrated Henry W. Green shade, ;
! J the best that money can buy. "
IB. W. STRONG'S I
.J FURNITURE STORE
! ROSEBURG, OREGON i
HEATH & MILLIGAN
Best Prepared Paint
RAILWAY WHITE LEAD
OILS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES
Tho Canyonvillo Dramatic Troupo
presented a pl.ty at Davs Creek S.itur-
lav nifjlit Owin; to win ami bad roads,
they wore compelled to stay over night .
The Republican primary for this pi e-
cinct was held Saturday, and the follow
ing delegates elected to the County Con
vention: Dr W II DeVoro, J CGibbs,
Jno E Love, J T Ucnwood, S M Pardee,
Geo Bollenbaugh and Wm Pardee. Chas
DeVore was nominated for Justice ol
the Tcacc, and K L Goodridgi for Con
stable. W F Harris was elected i're-
cinct Committeeman. Amicus.
A Social Party.
One of tho most charming Leap Year
parties was given on Thursday evening
in Lamb's Hall, by Prof. J. A. Davis,
the principal of tho Yoncalla Public
Schools, to tho pupils of his room. The
evening was spont in music and games,
until a Into hour, when refreshments
wero served. Tho occassion waa greatly
enjoyed by all who wero present. Those
present wero: Leah Brown, Lena Hel
liwell, Vivian Yett, Gertrude Daughcrty,
Eva Ambrose, Buth Helliwell, Mae
Uishon, Hobiu Conn, Ilaiel Samler,
Julia Bishop, Kotta Huntington; Harry
Brawn, Gus Perot, Bobort Sanders, Otto
Thiel, Clovo Ambroso, Robert Warner,
Prof. A. Davis, Fred Goff, Herman
Thiol, Fred Malin, Albert Helliwell,
Bert Applegato, Elmer Daughcrty and
Chas Starr. Wo all extend our heart
iest thanks to Mr. Davis for his kindness
and free hospitality. B. M. L.
Dogs for Sale.
Two podigrcod English blood hounds
or varmint dogs, one year old, and five
Scotch Collie Shepherd pups. For par
ticulars, address 0. H. Allen, Looking
Now on Tap All
& Ice Co.
Title Ciuaran tee & Loan Lo
gcci. and Treti
nuli.ih.niiiitin,inai. hto theonlCQD
UUUJ )U u vuut. ..v - ,
t-tri-Liii,l CerttBcates ot Title lurn!Medfo
Douglas county Unit and minim culm. Uave
also a complotc Kot ol Tmclnts of all tonahp
nlah In the Rovburg, Oregon, O. 8. Lanj Dl-
trlct. Will make blno print cople oi any town
H, Little, di
When the Mists have Cleared Away
You will wani to make quick work with your
garden. We carry the finest line of the cel
ebrated Planet Jr. Tools in the county. Send
for catalogue, or better, call and see them.
CHURCHILL d W00LLEY
ROSEBURG, - - - OREGON
A Direct Line
to Chicago and all points east; Louis
ville, Memphis, 2ew Orleans, and all
Sco that your ticket reads via the IL
LINOIS CENTRAL R. R. Thoroughly
modern trains connect with all trans
continental lines at St. Paul and Oma
If your frionds aro coming west let ua
know and wo will quote them direct tho
specially low rates now in effect from
all eastern points.
Any information aa to rates, routes,
etc., cheerfully given on apblication.
B. II. TRUMBULL,
142 Third St., Portland, Ore.
J. C. Lindsey,
T. F. & P. A.,
142 Third St., Portland, Ore.
P. B. Thompson,
F. & P. A.,
Room 1, Colman Bldg., Seattle,
Silver Medal Contest.
The W. C. T. U. will holoVa matron's
Silver Medal Contest at the Baptist
church. Monday evening, April 4th. at
S o'clock. The program is aa follows!
Solo Mrs. F. VT. Wooley
The names of tho recitations: "One
Standard for both Sexee." "An Old
Woman's Lament." "The Americaa
Christian Citixen." "The Saloon must
Song, "I'll never marry a man that
drinks," Audrey Bridget
"A Prohibition plea to the Christian
Church." "An Angel in the Saloon "
' America's Creed "
Quartette, Aire. Hastings, Mrs. Stanton,
Vernon Patterson, Mr. Bradford.
Awarding of the medal.
Solo, "If I wero a Voice," Mrs, Flint
Admission. 10 cents.