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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1905)
e Will Continue
The District Fair
In Social Circles
Here and There ft
To Maintain S
The high standard of excell
ence that characterizes our
stock of goods. But we will
not lower our standard of
quality to meet the compe
tition of cheap drugs.
We confidently rely on
your good judgement to de
cide in favor of the Highest
THE DRl'C STORE OF QUALITY-
FULLERTON & RICHARDSON,
Grants Paw now boasts a daily
newspaper. .Messrs Henrv Smith.
published MONDAYS and THURSDAYS of the Herald have launched the new
r TrT enterprise, which is a verv creditable
Entered In the Post Office at Roaehurg, Orscon. ' affair. Such a move indicates that
our neighboring city on the south is
progressive and also that the promul
gators of the project are alive to the
best interest of their locality. We
wish the new venture unbounded success.
a Stwnd Cla-f Mi! SUtttr in 186S.
At the home of (he bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. OUhraat, of 1-ook-injf
lilsss, Ore., Tuesday evening at
eight o'clock, Mr. Joha M. Throne and
Miss Susan A. Ollivant were united in
holy bonds of matrimony, Kev. 1". H.
Hi ks. otfu-ialing.
Tha groom is assistant cashier in the.
Pouiilas Comity Tank and the hride lias
been a clerk in Kisher A Bellows" store
for a numlier of years.
Promptly at eight o'clock the strains
if the wedding inarch were heard and
he bride and groom descended. to the
lieautifullv decorate I prttlo? below. I
where in the praaeaes of relatives an 1 a
few dhoaaa friends, t ho happy coaple I
were joined in lawful wedlock. Aft-r I
extending congratulatii ns to Mr. and
Mrs. Tlirooe, all retired to the dining
room w here a sunijtons repast awaited
them. Many beaatifnl and valuah'e
(iresents were received.
Mr. and Mrs. Throne took their de
parture on the 11:30 o'cl.nk train for
Portland; from there they will proceed
to Chicago, New York, I'ennsvlvanla
and other eastern potata. They will le
absent in the east several w eels.
The mny friends of the contracting
Call and see us.
Kead our advertisements.
Patronize our advertisers.
We do up-to-date jot work .
P. J. Jo'iqsoq, dentist, (iravo'd build
If you are not already a reader, you
are invited to subscribe.
Rend our advertisements and profit by
latroniziug the advertisers.
New plaid and checked mohair suitings
BSt received at Josephs oil's.
for Sale 1" be I of Angora g oaia
John Poecaer. WTardioa, Oregon.
Faraiahed rooms for rent at $3 per
month. Apply to 888 Boas street, slop
Reaaeasbet the Plaiadealet when you
aaed stationery liood work and light
The more you know aUut Osteopathy
the letter you like it. Investigation
leads to adoption.
If you have a house to rent, place a
little "ad" in the Plaiudealer. It will
bring you a customer.
Lunch at Jennings' Bakery. 74lf
Hot coffee and sandwiches at Jennings
Bakery. 74 tf
If you want cold ham or delicacies,
cull at Jennings' Bakery. 74tf
Take your Osteopathic treatment
regularly for postive remits.
Osteopathy will carry you through
safely. See Dr. stud lev for examination.
Osteopathy makes many operations
unnecessary. It readily removes tu
BM s, goiters etc.
H. P. (iatley and wife, of Washington
I. C, who have been visiting Mrs. liat
ley's pareuts, Mr. and Mrr Binger Her
mann, of this city for the past three
months, left for Portland Sunday morn
ing, en route hone. They were ai com
p one I as far as Portland by Mrs. Her
mann who will visit there for a few dayp
and attend the fair.
AH dental work postlvely guaranteed
narties esteu I their congratulations and by Or. Pearson, office in Tavlor and
W. E. WILLIS, EDip AND PUBLISHER.
wish them a 'ong and happy wedded ( llson building,
life. I Interest in the
SUBSCRIPTION AND ADVERTISING RATES
semi-Weekly One Year; 12.00; 8emi-Weealy
Six Months, SI 00. Cash in Advance.
Iistnct fair s voting
conte for the most popular lady la
At the home of the brides parents in Douglas county is grow ing warm.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1905.
Melrose, on Thursday, Sep'. 7, lOo. in J, . Sawyers, lawver and notary
the presence of relatives and a few im- public. Office up stairs la Douglas
v.ounlv Hank utnuiing. 11
mediace friends, Henry P. Conn and
Miss Kathrlne V. Diller were united in
marriage. Mr. Conn, who is a very
exemplary young man is the eldest sou
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for re-election to the office of
City. Treasurer at the coding city
election to be held in this city Mon
day, October 2, 1905.
Harry C. Sloci m.
I hereby announce mvaelf as a rn. 0ne of the Ping observations
didatefor election to the office of i which ye editor has made since com"
This week the district fair is being
held here in Roseburg. In spite of
the fact that the great Iewis and of Hon. J W. Cobb, of Melrose is esery-
Clark exposition is drawiutr immense where known for his industry and in
crowds from this section, the local
To be held at Roseburg will bring hundreds of country people
to the City, and in order to more thoroughly introduce our
selves to them; we will conduct during September a
SPECIAL FALL OPENING SALE.
Sweeping Reductions .
On our entire stock. Comprising everything for the home TINWARE, GRANITEWARE,
HARDWARE, STOVES AND EVERYTHING KNOWN TO FURNITURE AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
affair is proving a decided success. If
it can be made such under such ob
stacles, there is every reason to be
lieve that in the future it will become
a means of great good to all this re
gion. It is hard to imagine the far
reaching effects of such a project, if
it is successful.
His bride Miss Diller, is the
accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs
IE, W. Diller, of Mulrose and is a charm
ing young woman. fche having beta
one of Douglas county's most successful
teachers during the past year.
These young people have a host of
fiiends who wish them a happy and
prosperous wedded life.
City Recorder for the ensuing term,
at the city election to be held Mon
day, October 2, 1905.
A. X. Orcitt.
If the crowds of eastern people
who are now at Portland could only
be dropped into this favored country stamp" idea. They not only voted
well, the result would be that j that way, but likewise put up cash to
Douglas county would soon be filling carry out tho excellent plan. Such a
up with, homeseekers. The trouble is condition of affairs augurs well for
that those folks do not know what the future welfare of this place. As
they are missing, otherwise they a matter of fact when a city has such
would come here anyway. As it is, a progressive, intelligent set of busi-
we will have to bide our time, but, ness men as this place is fortunate
Wednesday evening Rev. ( ieorge T.
Pratt, of (i lend ale, was united in mar
riage to Mis Lariada Cochran, off
Salem. The wed. ling took place st
Salem and in speaking of the bride, the
Statesman sas: "The bride is one o
the best known young ladies of this
city, being a member of the Presbyter
ian church and prominent in all social
She is a sister of John Cochran,
ing to Roseburg, is the wav in which
the business men of this city "pull
together." This he saw clearly dem
onstrated at the meeting of the Mer
chant's Association, the other even- circles
ing. when it was unanimously decided j 8 prominent newspaper man of Oregon
to place a ban upon the "tradinz C,tv"
.nr. 1 ran is me son 01 mt. ano .Mrs
N. D. Pratt, of Albany, and is pastor of
the Presbyterian church at tilendale.
He received his ejrly education at Al
bany, graduating from the college in
that town, and afterwards attended a
New York theological school.
Mr. and Mrs. Pratt left on the 10:45
train Wednesday exening for tilendale.
Do a little work by having us send the
Plaiudealer to soar friend in thi east.
It will answer the purHse of a weekly
If you have any metal, sheet iron or
pie work to do call on Winnie li.iddis.
His work and prices are guaranteed to
A sample copy of this paper may fall
into the hands of perons who hae not
teen regular readers, and all such are
cordially invited to join our circle.
Wanted Light work that can le
taken home light washing, ironing and
mending, Mrs M. S. 1. R.irr. Waits
Addition Drop a postal card. (sip) 1
For photographs, viewing, 1J pic
tures o pied and enlarged, A sh light
pictures and all work in the pho o line
pply at li raves. II idis BtaMa ll'JO I
Mr.i st. Phone sis
PATTERSON Al the residence of her,
son, V. S. Patterson, 011 Mill street, in
this city Sept. S.I095. Mrs. Sarah Pat-
terson, aged M years, ' moot hi and
Tlie deceased was a native of Roxbury, '
Si. Y.. and was married 10 Capt, Dar- 1
win Patterson, May 5, 1847. Mr. and j
Mrs. Patterson came to Roseburg sbout
10 years ago. Mr. Patterson died alout
The deceased is survived by three
ons. Contractor K f. Patterson, V. 8.
Patterson, the well known punter,
ttuth. of this city, and r". K. Patterson, of
Mrs Patters-.11 was a BSOBlboff of the
hVhekah lodge at R .-heater. Minn.
The funeral was hekl from the M E
oharch in this city. Sept., a i;v, at 2
o'clock P- SB. services being conducted
by Rev. W. C. Reuter. Interment in
the I. O. O. V. Cemetery.
In beautifully upholstered couches, from $5
up with 10 per cent discount for cash.
HEATING STOVES FROM $2.25 AND UPWARDS.
We Pay Cash For Hides, Pelts and Wool.
BE SURE AND CALL ON US DURING FAIR WEEK
THE NEW MARSTERS BLOCK,
Cured f Lame Back After I5 years
"I had been troubled with 'sme hack
or IS yesrs snd I fonnd complete recov
ery in the rs of Chamberlain's Pain
Ba'm. says John G. Risber, liillani, (ml.
This liniment is also without an equal
for sprains sn.l I. ruie?. Fat sale by A.
C. Marsterr A Co.
ROSI.KR At the Soldiers' Home, st
Roeburg, Saturday, Sept. 8, PJ05, J.
S. Rosier, native of Ohio, aged
Deceased was a memlssr of Co. E. IS h
Indisn Infantry He has been sn in
mate of the Soldiers' Home for the pa-1
,tao years, coming here from Salem,
where his family resides The inter
' meiit was at the Home cemetery, Satur
day evening, al six o'clock.
The departed was a cripple and hsd
, been helpless for a long time, but he
: was of sucli a cheerful, bai.nv ilisisisi-
1 , 11 1 .... 1 caused the cords in mv leg to contract
lion ss to endear him to all his comrades
Ha suffered much pain for some dayr
liefore his demise, and the nienn- n
his family were present to comfort him.
ROSEBURG FURNITURE COMPANY.
Abscesaes. with few szoeptions, are
indicative of constipation or debility.
W. H Harrison. Cleveland. Miss.,
writes, Aug. 1-V IMC: I wsnt to say a
word of praise for llaiiard's Snow Lini
ment. I stepp-d 00 a nail, whi.-h
Caue of lnomnla.
and an abscess to rise in my knee, and
the doctor told me that I would haven
stiff leg, so one day I went to J. K.
Iird's drug store alio is no w in Denver
C0I0.J He recommended a lottle of
Snow Liniment j I got a W sire, anil it
CROW- At the family home in Loosing carej mT le4 jt l9 the baat liniment i
I. a I III I at...:- 1 Al
from present indications it will not enough to have, thjre is bound to be though Bdeai people a.e very sorry to
long until our section will be a steady, healthv .growth and the 1 'oee Miss Cochran, si has the good
. city's future is assured. j "''hes of all who know her.
be long until
Indigestion nearly always disturbs the
sleep more or less snd is o ten the cause
of insomnia. Many cases have been
permanently cured by Chamberlain's
stomach and Liver Tablets. Kor sale by
I A. C M .rsters A Co
ilas, e lneday aft -rn n. Bap. ,
1VM5, Myrtle Crow, daughter o Mr.
and Mrs K . Crow, aged U years.
The decease! bad been ill with heart
and stomach trouble for several weeks
lief ore her death. Fnneral was held at
i. voking tilass, Thursday afternin. ser
vices being conducted by Rev. Vernon.
THE CELEBRATED BAIN WACOM, MILWAUKEE AND OSBURN
MOWERS AND BINDERS, VICTOR RAKES, FEED
CUTTERS ROLLINC DISC PLOWS AND HARROWS.
HARNESS AND SADDLES A SPECIALTY
BEARD & CULVER the hardware dealers
Visitors at the district fair are invited
to call and make themselves at home
with the Plaindealer. The new editor .
hopi to meet many Duglaa county
friends ol the paper during the week.
Town Lots For Sale
Cfcoic building lots in Kinney's im
proved plat of Roseburg, near Main
street, good title. Price 50 per lot.
Address, N. A. Richabds. tl
Vetch Seed for Sale.
For Vetch seed call 00 or add
Frank Wixson. Brock way. Ore. Olp
Many new subscribers are being added
to the Plaindea.er list everr day.
Yourself and friends are cordially invited to attend an informal "AT HOME" in our new and
commodious quarters on
THDBSDAY AFTERNOON SEP. 1. FBI 1 to MB P, M.
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When we shall take pleasure in opening for your inspection not only the largest, best lighted and best appointed
store in Southern Oregon, but also the largest and finest stock of seasonable merchandise that can be found anywhere
in the northwest outside of Portland or Seattle, and all marked at our usual very low prices.
At the same time we shall offer sorat verv special inducements for REAL BARGAIN HUNTERS in the way of a GEN
DIME CLEARING SALE of all the odds and ends of stock removed from our old quartern and which we will positively close
out AT LESS THAN COST rather than again put them on our shelves.
Thanking our many friends for past favors and anticipating a continuance of your extremely liberal patronage, also as
suring you that we shall endeavor to merit the title already conferred on us, THE BIG STORE WITH LITTLE PRICED"
we cheerfully leave the rest to your judgment, assured that the BEST GOODS AND LOWEST PRICES WILL SURELY WIN.
MUSie BY ROSEBURG ORCHESTRA FROM 7:30 TO 9!30 P. M.
FISHER & BELLOWS CO.
Roseburg's only Department Store.