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Our Holdovers Must
We must make room for our new Fall Stock that
is enroute, so now is the time to get bargains in
Light Weight Clothing, Wash Summer Goods,
Shirt Waists and Skirts.
Do not fail to taKe advantage of this grand opportunity
as money saved is money earned and we can surely
save you money.
I. ABRAHAH, Prop.
Dr. Cheadle Dentist.
Log Cabin Creams at Currier's.
J. P.Johnson, dentist, Grave's build
Wm. Veatch and family, and P. H.
McGee and family of Gowdyville, start
ed for Gardiner the first of the week.
Cottage Grove Leader.
D. R. Shambrook returned home from
a visit to the north part of the cmtnty,
Friday, where he was successful in writ
ing up considerable life insurance.
Co-operative Dentistry Dr. V. 11
Darby, over P. O. Examinations free.
All work guaranteed. 4G-tf
Pay checks for the men of Co. D, 1st
Separate Ha! a! lion who, attended the
Inter State encampment at American
Lake Wash., have arrived. The United
State Government payins about fifty
cents p r day and the "State of Oregon
th l balance to make np the one-dollar
and fiftv cents allowed the men.
We Dispense Soda
Water at 34 Fahr.
THAT'S COLD ENOUGH
All our Syrups are Prepared
from Special Material by : :
In Preparing: our Ice Cream we
use Clean Cream, Rich in But
ter Fat Only 20c Per Pound.
MEWS OF THE CITY AMD COURT Y
HAMILTON DRUG GO.
RICE & RICE
Now's the time to buy your Furniture,
Carpets and House Furnishings
....A FEW WINNERS....
OUR $4.00 IRON BEDS jj
OUR $6.00 IRON BEDS -for
OUR $8.50 IRON BEDS
Now's the time when you can enjoy solid comfort.
Our Superior Steel Constructed Couches, regular
$15.00, now $13.00. Good Serviceable Couch in
Plush Velvet for $7.50.
a range lo use. They are far cooler than the old
kind. Two special beauties and no better sold; 4-hole
size for $30; 6-bole size, the popular size, sold most
places for $45, our price $35.
Now's the time you should visit our Crokery
Department. When you are through buyngyour
furniture you can go on buyiug the crockery for the
We make a specialty of mail orders.
This is all the space we have, so call and we will
be pleased to show you through.
RICE & RICE
The Wholesale and Retail
Dr. Cheadle Dentist.
If you want grinding done, call at the
Roseburg Machine Shop, corner Wash
ing and Kane St.
If yon want good work done, try the
Roseburg Machine Shop, corner Wash
ington and Kane St.
Miss Ora Mote has returned home
from Portland, where she has been en
joying her summer vacation, and has
resumed her position in J. D. Hamil
ton's abstract oflice.
For Salk 15 head of good young
horses, ! to 1200 pounds each. Call at
S. M. Cobb's ranch or on A, D. Clink
Jess Kirkendall, of Camas Valley, was
in town Friday. Mr. Kirkendall is con
nected with a sawmill enterprise at
Camas and reports a good, prosperous
The only place in Roseburg where a
complete line of Photo Supplies, practi
cal Cameras and Kodaks are carried by
a man who thoroughly understands
the photo business, is at Graves' Art
Emporium, where you get free instruc
tions and use of dark room. tf
1 Cheadle and Johnson, dentists, have
dissolved partnership and Dr. Johnson
j has fitted up office rooms in the Grave's
building where we will be pleased to
J see all old patrons ; also all who wish up"
to-date dentistry at reasonable prices.
H. A. Williams, the genial ex-editor
' of the Myrtle Creek Mail, was transact
ing business in Roseburg Saturday and
favored the Plaixdealer with a pleas-
ant call. He has not yet determined on
a future avocation.
Remember that it is quality, not
quantity, that we strive for in furnieh-
ing onr city trade, thereiore yon will
always get the cheapest milk of the
Gaddis Dairy, because the best. All
retail milk delivered in bottles. Our
specialties are cream, milk and butter-
mill? tf vnn ilnn't cm tl tmmn
phone to the CreAinery. 14-tf
South of P. 0.
Dick West and wife, of Winston,
Douglas county, are visiting at Myrtle
Mrs. H. Hertx, of San Francisco, is
visiting with the family of A. Wollen
berg, of this place.
F. J. Blakely, of this city, is in Port
land attending the meeting of the Ore
gon Development League.
On Saturday S. L. Dillard and family
went to Dillurd to spend their summer
vacation with relatives and friends.
Cooperative Dentistry Dr. W. H.
Darby, over P. O. Examinations free.
All work guaranteed. -lC-tf
For Sale Fine Scotch Coolie pups
Prices reasonable. Empiire Jas. T.
Dixox, Disouviile, Or. 57 4 t.
It is rejwrted that Ringling's great
circus is headed this way and will hold
forth in Roseburg about the 23 of Sep
tember. M i r! ...
. j. one sgreen, who has teen em
ployed in the W. U. telegraph oflice
here for some time, left Friday night for
J. B. Riddle, the genial founder of the
town bearing his name in the southern
part of the county, was a Roseburg visi
Messrs. Napoleon and Mose Rice, of
the firm of Rice &. Rice, of this city, left
on this morning's local for a few days'
visit in Portland.
Frank Micelli and wife, of this city,
left on this morning's local for Portland
to attend the Oregon Development
League. They will return Friday.
Dr. Cheadle gives especial attention
to crown and bridge work. The latest
and most scientific methods in everv
branch of dentistry at lowest prices. J27
I find nothing better for liver derange
ment and constipation than Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. L.
F. Andrews, Dea Moines, Iowa. For
sale by A. C. Maratere A Co.
W. E, Hoover, of Roselmrg, is here in
the interests of the Lincoln Annuity
Onion. Mr. Hoover has secured a good
many names here and will institute a
lodge in Myrtle Point. Enterprise.
In our report of the Painter-Rogers
wedding, it was erroneously stated that
the bride was a daughter of Mr. E. L.
Rogers, of Melrose, whereas, she is his
niece, tier parents live near Sookane.
Carl Hunter and wife and two chil
dren, of Anderson, Calif., have been
visiting with I. WoIIenberg, of this city,
for a few days. Mr. Mnnter left for his
home yesterday, but his family will re
main here for some time.
Mrs. Mike Devaney has returned
home from an enjoyable visit at Port
land. She was accompanied by her sis
ter, Mrs. Smith, and daughter, Miss
Charlotte, of Montpelier. Vermont, who
will remain here indefinitely.
A. R. Mattoon formerly of Riddle, but
now interested in mining operations in
Western Josephine county was in Rose
burg Saturday transacting business mat
ters and greeting old friends. He says
mining prospects are very promising in
Fred Waehlte, who has charge of the
Oakland Owl in Editor Vernon's ab
sence to St. Louis, was looking after the
interests of the Owl in Rosebuig, Satur
day, and favored the Plaindealer with
a pleasant call. He Is a very genial and
enterprising young man.
the Plain-dealer Job printing de
partment has been crowded with work
during the past week and some very
artistic and up-to-date work is beino
turned out. Give us a trial order nnd
be convinced. Our prices are as pleas
ing as the quality of our work.
nuseuurg uas noi a lew bright young
T 1 i r ....
advertisement writers amonc its busi
ness men and salesmen. It's getting so
that when a fellow wants a job in a store
about the first thing that is asked him
is whether he can write ads. and it in
putting many of the younger generation
on their mettle to catch onto the creat
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bright have come
to Cottage Grove to make their home,
Theyformerly lived four miles from An
lauf, Douglas county, where they still
have 160 acres of good timber land, or
chard, house and small farm. Mr,
Bright has purchased the OUrander
property near the railroad, 100x150 feet,
which includes a fine two-story dwelling
and outbuildings. Mr. Bright is a vet
eran of the Civil War. He served in the
ltlth U. S. Infantry and was 18 months
in the Southern prisons, havine been
confined in Libbey, Andersonville, and
Charleston. He was in the latter while
it was under fire from the guns of his
own battery. Later he was in the pris'
on at Florence, South Carolina. He
was released March 13th, 1805, and dis
charged May 8, 1805. Cottage Grov
Hon, Willis Kramer was in town from
Myrtle Creek Saturday.
Jas. Undorwood came over from Oak
land on Thursday's local.
Dr. II. L. Studloy paid Myrtle Creek
a professional visit Friday.
J. D. Hamilton left for Medford,
Thursday to spend a few days.
Messrs. Burr, Peterson, Maiden and
Maurice Maiden left Friday for a four or
five days outing on Rico Crook.
The Ladies' Aid of the Christian
church will conduct a window sale at
Currier's ice cream parlors next Satur
day, August 0.
Airs, isuiler, ol Kutto, Montana, re
turned home after a brief visit in this
county. Mrs. Butler has somo proeriy
Roy. A. J. Starmer went to Harris-
burg Friday to get his household goods
He will then make Roseburg his home
for some time to come.
Mrs. J. F. Barker nnd daughters.
Misses Velio and Hattie, and son, Clif
ford, leave on tonight's overland for a
month's outing at Newport.
Preparations are under way for the
erection of the new Klkb' temple on
north Jackson street, the corner and
grade stakes having been set late last
H. J. Wilson, of Canyonville was in
town Friday. He is a delegate lrom
Canyonville to the Oregon Development
League, which is now assembled in
W. H. Fisher nnd W. 11. Carroll and
families and Mrs. Roy McClallen re'
turned r-ndav evening from a two
weeks' outing in Brewster valley. Thev
report having had a fine time.
Miss Edna Martin, who for wxue time
has held the position of night tele
phone operator, returned Sunday to
her home in Cottage Grove. She will
be succeeded by Miss Nell Champaigne.
H. S. French left for Cottage Grove
Saturday to take the position as foreman
of the construction department of the
Postal Telegraph Co. He will itn
mediately start rebuilding the line be
tween that place and this citv n dis
tance of 54 miles.
The Clatliu TniverMiy Jubilee singers
lelighted a largo audience at the M. E
Church in this citv List Thursday even-
ng. Not only was their sinking good,
but the readings by a memler of the
company was also excellent. Dr. Dun-
ton, president of this well known South
ern University, accompanied the singers
L B. Moore, the genial Southern Pa
cific agent, at this place, accompanied
by his family, and his ptrents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. M Moore, went to Winchester
bay Sunday, to enjoy the summer vaca
tion season, which will be highly en
joved, especially by Mr. Moore, who has
not taken a vacation before in many
Another subscriber sent a remittance
to this oflice Saturday and said he had
resolved some time ago V pay up his
subscription and quit, but that he was
so much pleased with the Plais'dealek
at the present time that he had dcided
to pay up arrearages and six months in
advance. His name is E. Underwood,
the Kiddle merchant.
Mr. Brewer, one of the prominent
frnit-growers of Myrtle Creek, Douglas
county, was camping in Port Orford,
with his family last week. Mr. Brewer
says there is little money to be made at"
fruit growing in Douglas county, and if
he is able to purchase a suitable stock
ranch in Curry he will sell out and move
to the coast. Port Orford Tribune.
H. S. French has just been promoted
from lineman to foreman in the con
struction department of the Pacific Pos
tal Telegrarh Co. He will start work
rebuilding the system between Cottage
Grove and this city, a distance of 54
miles, at once, he having secured the
services of G. O. McGilvray and sons, of
Cottage Grove, operators and practical
linemen, in the work.
The Plaindealer is in reciept of a
season Pass to Irvmgton Park Track
during the racing season of 1904, at
Portland commencing August Sth and
closing August 27th. Every arrange
ment for the comfort of the public will
le provided for ; largo fields of the best
thoroughbred horses ever assembled on
the Pacific Coast will insure excellent
racing. Here is a chance to make a
stake on the winner or lose n V on the
C. J. Denning and Al Kent, who were
formerly engaged in the cigar and tobac
co business in this city, have decided to
re-embark in the business ngain and
with this object in view have leased the
room in the Douglas County Bank build
mg tormeriy occupiea oy mo isoard ol
Trade and will open a first class cigar
and tobacco store therein by the middle
of August, with card and billiard tables
in connection. They are genial gentle
men with a good knowledge of the busi
ness and will no doubt make a success,
the location being an excellent ono.
S. C. Bartrum, supervisor o f th
Southern Division of the Oregon Forest
Reserve, returned home Iato last week
from an official inspection of his district,
covering several weeks. A low days
was spent on the Ashland reserve after
which the trip was extended as far east
as the Klamath country, where many
matters of importance to stockmen and
settlers were taken up and adjusted
Mr. Bartrum also met a number of his
rangers and personally took up matters
of interest with them. This tour took
him over snow drifts four feet deep in the
higher altitudes of the reserte and he
experienced quite a hard trip. Since
returning homo Mr. Bartrum has been
kept very busy disposing of the great
amount of oflice business which ac
cumulated in his absence.
Criteser Bound Over.
In tho preliminary hearing before
Justice Long Fridny nftornoon on tho
complaint of W. S. Jones of West Fork
against Walter Crltesor, charging the
latter with assault with a dancerous
weapon, the defendant was hold in
bond of f 100 to appear before tho circuit
court. The bond was furnished.
Farm Fon Sale The old Livingstone
bench land ranch of 3G0 acres, located
over against the Coast range. Hay for
sale in barn. Inq'uiro on premises.
Jons R. Campbell. (a4p)
New Brick llteh Schoo
splendid Educational Advantages
Now Afforded Patrons of
the Roseburg Schools.
By tho completion of Uoseburtr's lariro
modern now brick high school building
the crowded condition of the schools
which has existed for eomo years has
been overcome and the homo education
al advantages and facilities thereby
greatly enhanced. This improvement
places Roseburg fully in line with other
Oregon towns of similar nnd oven great
er importance in respect to educational
auvantages and an increased corps of
teachers assures tho very best service to
the student as well as satisfaction to the
hollowing is a list of the teachers
elected for the various departments of
the Roseburg Public Schools :
.Miss Joo Beyers, 1st primary: Miss
Florence Aiken, 1st primary: Miss
Sadie Hatfield, 1st primary; Miss Robin
Conn, 2nd primary; Misa Aura I).
Thompson, 2nd grade; Miss Leona
Kab.it, 3rd grade; Miss Bessie Kidder,
Ilrd grade; Miss Addie Stewart, 3rd and
Uh: .Miss Edith Aldrich. 4th urade:
Miss Ella Black, 5th grade; Miss Jennie
Cook, Sth and tith grade; Miss Edwarda
Erickson. Cth grade; Miss Anna B.
Clarke, 7th grade; Mr. S. P.Stewart,
High School Prof. A. M. Sanders,
principal, Latin and Geometry; Mr I
Jno. Smith, Mntheinatics and Science;
Mrs. R. G. Breeden, English and His
teachers ton moil school.
Mrs. K. G. Hreedeu, of Illinois, Eng
lish and historv. Mrs. Breeden i- a
witlow ol Judge Richard G. Breeden, of
Macomb, HI., is a highly educated lady
and a teacher of large exerience. She
is a college graduate and has done iio-t-graduate
work in Butler University,
Chicago Universitv and the Illinois
tate Normal School.
John E. Smith, of Eugene, mathe
matics and Sciences. Mr. Smith grad
uated from the Oregon Agricultural Col
lege in 1002 at the head of a large class,
earning the decree of li. S. Hit c;inlil
a year in a Chicago school, where he
.oaM, ... ,, , t .
w as graduated with the degreo of Master
of Accounts. Previous to this he had
taken a course in the Portland Business
College. His teaching experience has
been very successful.
Prof. Sanders, in addition to the work
of superintendent, will have charge of,"0 il0c lr box; watermelons,
the Latin and Geometry classes.
Mrs. Breeden and Mr. Smith have
ueen cuoten irora a large number ol ap-
plicants after careful investigation, and
there is no doubt that the corps of high i
school instructors is a strong one.
The high school will open on Sept. 1 2,
1901, with three teachers, and others
will be added whenever necessary. The
public schxl will open on the same
The school board meet in special ses-
sion Friday evening at which time the I
lumun in wie nign ccnooi was placed at i
f iz lor the school year nine months.
and f 9 for the grades, payable a term of
months in advance. All patrons of .
the school will be required to comnlv ,
tnctly with the state law in regard to
the vaccination of school students.
Janitor Batey has been promoted from !
the old to the new High School buildin. I
while a Mr. Carmony has been employed ;
Batey'a successor at the old build-
BOARD OF EQUAUmiOJi NOTICE.
Notice is her. by given that the Board
of Equalization of Douglas County, Ore
gon, will meet in the oflice of the Coun
ty Clerk of said county, in the court
house, in the city of Roseburg, Oregon,
on .Monday, August ajtii, nm, at v
o'clock a. m., and will continue in ses
sion until Saturday, Sept. 3d, 1904, at 5
o'clock p. m., to publicly examine the
assessment rolls, and correct all errors
in valuation, description or qualities of
land, lots or other property. Now,
therefore, all parties who may be ag
grieved by reason of valuation, descrip
tion or otherwise as to their assessment,
will take notice of the meeting of the
Board of Equalizition at the time and
place as above stated, and make their
complaint to the said Board of Equaliza
tion. Otherwise their assessment will
stand as made by the assessor.
Geo win W. Staley, Assessor,
Douglas County, Oregon.
Dated Monday, Aug. 1st, 1904. t!l-4w
Violent Attack of Diarrhoea Cured
by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy and
Perhaps a Life Saved.
'A short time ago I was taken with a
violent attack of diarrhoea and believe I
would have died if I had not gotten re
lief," says John J. Pntton, a leading cit
izen of Patton, Ala. "A friend recom
mended Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. 1 bought a
twenty-five cent bottle and after taking
three doses of it was entirely cured. I
consider it the best teniedy in tho world
for bowel complaints. For sale by A.
C. Marsters it Co. .
For Sale 15 thoroughbred Shropshire
Rams, fit for servico in fall of 1901. W.
G. Hughes, Mont Alto Ranch, Glide,
"for several years my wile was
troubled with what physicians called
sick headache of a very Bovero character.
She doctored with seovral eminont phy
sicians nnd nt a great expense, only to
grow worso until she was unable to do
any kind of work. About n year ago she
began taking Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets and today weighs
mDro than she evor did befon) nnd is
real well," says Mr. Geo. E. Wright of
Now London, Now York. For snlo by
A. 0. Marsters & Co.
i the slogan at
SVQ1 a date
'FficSS date wil1
Special iuducements in the lines of Bargain Sales.
iFcd Remember, your money back if you are lucky.
Latest Market Reports.
The local market quotations today are
as follows :
Wheat So cents.
Oats 35 (? -JO cents.
Barley 00 cents.
Hay lAK-e, fS; baled I2
Potatoes 2 cents jier lb.
Hntter Dairy, 25e; creamery, 27'.
Egs '."0 cents per dozen.
Chickens Mixed, !tc ier (ound.
Veal 5c, dre'ed
Beef Cows 12 2c; steers, 2'j cents
Hogs Fat, 4 4 Relive; drt-Hcd
Wheat Walla Walla 7c; bluestem.
2c; Valley, 7Sc; export values.
Oats Feed f 19 per ton; rolled $20.
nay uioverS r?; timothy. 15 (g
thi; grain f 11 12; cheat. II (3 2
Hops UKcrop21 . 24 cents.
Mogi best larve. fat Iwzs. 15.75 16.
' "V-' I? w f
' -neep isesi tastern Oregon ami al-
lev " i " "
'Beef Best steers, f3 ?3 25; medium
$3 cows, V- 2 25.
i ni?211113' w i -
. Butter Creamerv, 20c; dairv, 13c.
Fruits-Am.l f.v. l m Yir it.
: plums, 75c ? &5c per box; peacht-s!
.iSrw,T - i canwlo?.r? -W per
! French. 2U.(S3. : dried annlp.- a Sc
' per iu.
; Taken with Cramps.
Wm. Kirinse, a member of the bridge
gang working near Littleport was taken
' suddenly ill Thursday night with cramps
and a kind of cholera. His case was so
severe that he had to have the members
f r. 1 - l t:,
fon, v. pallP(, . . ,
thera h(J haJ 3 . ,he form o
am s Colic, Uholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy that he thought would
holn him nnt anil rir-rs-irtlinMv Bj)rnrtl
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Thi, remeJr never fa5l9 R u -n
homp For .
by A. C. Marsters fc Co.
An Illinois man put a lighted pipe in
lis pocket, set fire to his clothes, and is
now in a hospital. Tobacco is injurious.
How About Your Summer Vacation?
Newport on the Yaquina Bay is the
deal seaside resort of the North Pacific
Coast. Round trip tickets at greatly re
duced rates on sale from all South ren
Pacific points in Oregon, on and after
June 1st. Ask Agents for further infor
mation and a handsome y illustrated
souvenir booklet, or wnto to bdwin
Stone. Manager C & E U. R... Albanv
Ore., or W. E. Coman, G. P. A., 8. P.
Co., Portland. 46 tf
This disease has lost its terrors since
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy came into general
use. me nnitorm success which at
tends the use of this remedy in all cases
of bowel complaints in his children has
made it a favorite wherever its value
has become known. For sale by A. C.
Marsters & Co.
and Main Streets
Mrs. Belle Collins
Don't try cheap cough medi
cines. Get the best, Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. What a
record it has, sixty years of
cures! Ask your doctor if
he doesn't use it for coughs,
colds, bronchitis, and all
throat and lung troubles.
" I hayo found that Ayer' Cherry Pectonl
Utrie iom neii;cino lean prricnoe iot nron-
ehltl. lnfltiincu rntirha. ami hard coltlf.
M. Lodkm AN, M.D.. UUtca. X. T,
j. c y.vsn co,
Correct any tendency to constipa
tion with small doses of Ayer's Pills.
THE BIG STORE
Owing to the success of this venture we will continue the
same offer during this mouth. Commencing July eighth we
will issue with every cash purchase a dated duplicate sale check
stating the amount of your purchase. At the enri nf th mnn
wiU be selected and every person holding a check of that
have tlieir money refunded.
order to make this a more momentnns ,;n
w -" - - niatuuci
Millinery Reduced 1-3 to 1-2 in price
All Summer Dress Goods at Greatly ReducedjPrices
2 CAR LOADS 2
Mitchell Farm Wagons
Champion Binders, Mowers,
- Eeapers, Hay Eakes, Etc.
e can save you money on
Implement line. Give
you won't 1 egret
J. F, Barker & Co.,
Grocers, Phone 201
FARMERS' CASH STORE,
E. A. WOOD & CO, Props
DEALERS IN -
Staple ane Fancy Groceries. Highest Price paid
for country produce. Fresh bread daily Your
Patronage is respectfully solicited.
rnvate tree Delivery to
The open season for deer hunting will commenc July
15; and before buying your gun and ammunition you should
first call at the popular hardware store and consult
Goods and CT L" C VlxCT C
Prices that Please 0.l.0 I iVtLO
Hints to Housewives.
Half the battle in good cooking is to have good
A.nd to get them promptly when you order them. Call up
Phone No. iSi for good goods and good service.
C. W. PARKS & CO.
T t Your Ranches and Timber
113 i Lands with mp . ?
I HAVE EASTERN
AND CAN SELL
Want your moustache or beard
anything in the Wagon or
us a chance to figure with
All Parts f tie
OPP PASSENGER DEPOT.....
R. R. JOHNSON,
MERS OFFICE IN MARKS BLOCK.
Sugar-coated, easy to take,
mild in action. They cure
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