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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1905)
e Will Continue
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 DRUC STORE OF QUALITY-
FULLERTON & RICHARDSON,
PUBLISHED MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS
At the request of many citizens. I
am willing to allow my name to be
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Knim-l i the lost IMm at Br.ehurR. Orajon. . ,a-y"1
iu stci.uj cia m... tiwr m una. i Durg, subject to the wishes of the
people of this city.
W. E. WILLIS, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER.
G. W. Kimball.
SUBSCRIPTION AND ADVERTISING RATES;
Semi-Weekly One Year; iiOO; Semi-Weekly
six Months, f I 00. Cub in Advance.
MASS MEETING CALLED
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1905.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for re-election to the office of
City Treasurer at the coming city
election to be held in this city Mon
day, October 2, 1905.
Harry C. Slocvm.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for election to the office of
City Recorder for the ensuing term,
at the city election to be held Mon
day, October 2, 1905.
A. X. Orcitt.
Having been requested by a num
ber of my friends to allow my name
to come before the voters of this city
for the office of Mayor. I have con
sented to again enter the race, pro
viding I find that I am wanted to
again serve the people in that capac
ity. E. V. Hoover.
A mass meeting of the voters of
Roseburg has been called for next
Monday evening at the Court House.
It is for the purpose of naming a
ticket for the approaching city elec
tion. It is not a partisan move, but
is backed by representative men of
all parties who are anxious to see this
city have the best possibie govern
ment To this end they have decided
to ask the people to come together
and talk over these matters. A
movement ef this kind is of vital in
terest to the welfare of this growing
city, and it behooves every one who
desires to see Roseburg go ahead to
attend Monday night's meeting. Go
and tale your neighbors and what is
better still, go prepared to express
an opinion on the important measures
which are there to be discussed.
Monday evening at the Court House
is the time and place and the court
room should be crowded with inter
In Social Circles
The first daaca of the feisoa to be
given by the (iootl Time dancing club of
this city last Thursday evening was of
the most successful parties ever given in
Roseburg ami was largely attended by
the club members. All the club mem
bers and their guests enjoyed them
selves and since the party "many new
applications for membership have been
r ceived assuring the club a most suc
C. M. Waite, of Roseburg, and Miss
Emily Loomii, o( this city, were mar
ried at S o'clock Tuesday evening, at the
residence of the bride's brother, Chae
L. I.oomis, on the Boulevard. Rev.
Kvan I'. Hughes of the Congregrational
church performed the ceremony. A
nicetupper followed. Only members
of the bride's family and a few intimate
friends were present. The wedding
couple were the recii ients of a large
number of handsome and useful pres
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Waite will leave for
Portland the last of the week to visit
the fair. I'pon their return they w ill
reside at the home of Mrs. Waites'
mother ou Iowa street. Ashland Tid
ings. According to the custom which hat
been in vogue for several years past, the
annual reception to the teachers of the
public schools and to the members o
the Board of Directors and their wives,
was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
ti. W. Strong, on South Main street,
Saturday evening. It was purely an
inlormal affair and was very delightful.
Light refreshments were served during
the evening of pleasure and various
games played. The evening passed al
together too quickly tor those who were
fortunate enough to be present. At a
late hour the affair came to a close, one
and all having had a delightful time.
Shortly before time for the evening
service. Rev. tieo. C Ritchey, pastor of
the Christian church, performed the cer
emony which made Mr. L. J. Houser,
of this city and Miss Alice Knighten, of
Buenna Vista, man and wife. The wed
ding was at the home of the groom's pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Houser, of
West Roseburg, and it was witnessed by
the immediate friends and relatives of
the contracting parlies. After the im
pressive ceremonv came a reception and
wedding feast. The groom is one of
Koeeburg's young business men being in
the employ of the Wells-Kargo Co., and
he has many friends who will congratu
late him. Mr and Mrs. Houser have
gone to housekeeping in the Kullerton
cottage in West Roseburg.
Mr. George Finley, of Portland, is in
Roseburg today looking a'ter business
interests here. The firm of Bradford &
Finley, of which Mr finley is a mem
ber, is one of the leading ti ms in the
state, being engaged in the buying and
selling of timber lauds, and have been
instrumental in securing several large
investments by eastern capitalists.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J, Shryin, of nor
ence, left on Sunday morning, via Drain
and Gardiner, for their home after a
short visit with IrienVIt and relatives in
Roseburg and Glide. Mr. and Mrs
Shrum have made yiila a circuit hav
ing gone by steamer from Florence to
Portland, where they visited the fair.
They came by rail from Portland to
Roseburg, visiting at vurious piints en
route, and home as above stated Mr.
Shrum is in the employ of O. W. Hurd
A Co. at Florence.
Miss Adauis, of Yoncalla, is visiting
the family of S. H. Munsou in Eden
bower. Miss Adams will teach in the
public school at Riddle this term.
Forrest Berry, wife and baby have re
turned frviu a month's visit with rela
tives at Lyons, Ore.
Mrs. D. C. Fisber, of Cove, L'nion
county, arrived in this city Suuday
evening and is the guest of her sous,
Frank and Gilbert Kennedy and Otis
Mrs. Binger H.-ru ami and grand
daughter, Madge Miller, returned from
Portland on Sunday evening's local
after a visit to the exposition.
Lewis Cass, who lives on a part o'
the McWilliams place 4 miles east of
this city was arrested by Deputy Sheriff
Bojjard this morning cm a complaint of
E H. Mahn, for aasaolt with a danger
ous weapon. r?on being arraigned be
fore Justice long, Mr. Cass waivel ex
amination and was bound over until the
next term of circuit court. Attorney
W. W. Cardwell has been retained by
him. In his complaint Matin allege
that he. with R. B. Mathews and L D.
Carle, waa huating on his own place
when Cass, whose place adj tins him,
opetii tire on them with a ritie. Al
though no one of the party was injure I,
the bullet dew too close to be comfortable.
MARSTERS' DRUG GO.
ALL KINDS OF
Abscesses, with few exceptions, are
indicative of constipation or debility.
W. H Harrison, Cleveland, Mis.,
writes, Aug. 15, 1902: I want to say a
word of praise for Ballard' Snow Lini
ment. I stepped on a nail, wbirh
cause 1 the cords in my leg to contract
and an abscess to rise in my knee, and
the doctor told me that I wonld have a
stiff leg, so one day I went to J. F.
lord's drug store who is now in Denver
lo. He recommended a bottle of
Snow Liniment ; I got a 50c size, and it
cured my leg. It is the beet liniment in
PAINTS, OIL, VARNISH
August 15th the open season for the
killing of buck deer commences, and
closes with Oct. 31st.
Sept. 1st the open season for killing of
does opens, and closes with Oct. 3lst.
Both must be killed between half hour
before sunrise and one hour after sun
set. Each hunter mutt secure a license
from the county clerk of the county.
Jennings' Bakery has fitted up a nice
lunch room Everything neat and
For Sale or Trade for small farm in
Douglas county, 160 acres, good wheat
land tO acres cleared of sage brush
fair new buildings, all fenced, 16 miles
south of I'rosser. Address Wm. Stabe-
now, Proseer, Wash. 71 4t
Own Yocb Own Hon k Own it now.
Stop paying rent. I live in Riverside
addition to Roseburg, the Queen City
of Southern Oregon. I want yon to live
here too. Location, soil, health, terms
and prices, all correct. Send for pic
tured folder, or see me at my office. I'm
in earnest ; are you?
31 p Lor is Brzkc, Roseburg, Orer
Notice to Campers
I am now prepared to convey camping
parties to and from the mountains or
sea coast at reasonable prices. For par
ticular call on J. W. Dowell, Roseburg,
Or. Phone 295. tf
John and Frank Hampton, two well
known business men of Eugene, at
tended the races tn this city last week.
William Hurd, formerly a resident of
tbi city and an employe of the Rose
burg Eiectric Lght and Power Com
pany, is io thi city greeting old friend
on hi way to Colifornia from a visit
with relatives in Montana.
Mr. Harry Moore arrived in tbi city
from Portlaud Saturday morning to j -in
her husband who is employed in thi
Mis May Aldridge, of Hou,nam.
Wash., in the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Wilkiuosn, of this city.
Volney Dixon, formerly of Roseburg
and who has made many cartoon and
sketches for the Plaindealer as well a
other leading publications, arrived in
this city from Mediord Saturday morn
ing to visit with relatives. Mr. Dixon
i the agent for the Page wire fence In
Mist, Trixie Jacobs, of Puyallup,
Wash., is the guest of Mr. L. Kohlha
gen this week
Mrs. J A. Willis, of Myrtle Creek,
has returned home from the fair and
tells us that she really believes Douglas
County hat done it self proud in mak
ing a creditable honest exhibit of this
year products, which can not be said
of most of the county exhibits.
Mrs. Richard Bland who has been
visiting at Grants Pass, has returned
Thurman Chaney, one ol Donglat
County's most successful educators,
spent Saturday in this city on buainess.
G. Gilbertaon, the well known Glen
dale real -estate dealer and bo imer, was
in this city on business Saturday.
Mrs. C. LuJdiugton, of Myrtle Creek,
was registered at the Hotel McClallen
J. H. McCloskey and wife, of Norway,
Ore., were in Roseburg on business last
V. S. Woodruff and mother Mrs. Mag
gie Woodruff and Miss Nettie Morgan,
who have been camping at Bandon for
the past two weeks, have returned home
after a most pleasant outing.
Dr . KIrkpatricK, of Riddle, was in
this city on business, and attending the
Miss Emma Patricks, of Ashland, is
visiting-friends in this city.
Judge M. D. Thompson and wife, and
laughter, Miss Maxie, left Friday for
Portland to attend the fair. They were
accompanied by Mrs Thompson's
mother. Mrs. H. H. Witter.
Aaron Harvey and wife, of Oakland
and Mrs. K. E. McKinley, of Uwiston,
Idaho, were in this city Friday, return
ing to Oakland on Saturday morning's
Mrs. H. Little, of Oakland, was in
this city visiting her siter, Mrs. M.
Fickle last week.
S B. Catbcart, former County Bur
vey or of Coos County, accompanied by
his wife, came over from Mcrshfield Sat
urday and left for Cottage Grove where
they will visit two or three days and
then attend the Lewis and Clark Ex
position at Portland.
Geo. Perry, formerly of this city, but
now residing on a farm near Junction,
is in this city on business.
R. S. Barker returned to this city
from Portland Tuesday eveuing His
health was such that physicians advised
him not to make his proposed visit to
hi old home in England at present.
Miss Maude Maiden returned Tues
day evening from a visit to Portland.
Mrs W. H. Miller returned on the
local Tuesday evening from Portland.
A. O. Rom and wife will leave next
week for Coo County on buainess and
Mr. Oscar Ed wards spent Monday
with relatives at Oakland.
Among those who left for Portland
this week to attend the fair were, Henry
Tester and wife, John A gee and wife,
J.J. Thornton and son, Will, Henry
. Barker and W. E. Ttorntoa.
Prof. Cole Stanton, of Michigan, who
' has been visiliag his parents Mr. and
Mrs. H. C. Stanion, of this city, left
Monday lor Portland euroole to Michi
gan. He was accompanied by Dr. J. R.
Barker, of Portland, who has been visit
ing him here.
Miss Lucy Sun too, of San Francisco,
is the guest of her parents H. C. Stanton
an 1 wife of this city.
Cecil Gibler, the 10 rear-old son of
I Contractor Gi bier, of this city, was
senousiy injured Saturday by being
kicked by a torse belonging to Louis
Koblhagen, winch he was attending.
Dr. Seeley dressed the wound which
were on the head over the right eye, and
the little fellow is able to be about.
F. H. Barry, wife and daughter of
Empire City, who have been visiting
Mrs- Barry's sister, Mrs. T 3. Eh ridan,
left Monday morning for Portlaud to at
tend the fair.
The District Fair
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.
On our entire stock. Comprising everything fur the home-
HARDWARE, STOVES AND EVERYTHING KNOWN TO FURNITURE AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
PFPIAI RADsCAIiVCl I beautifully upholstered couches,, from $5
up with io per cent di count for cash.
HEATING STOVES FROM $2.25 AND UPWARDS
Wc Pay Cash For Hides, Pelts and Wool.
BE SURE AND CALL ON US DURING FAIR WEEK
ROSEBURG FURNITURE COMPANY.
THE NEW MARSTERS BLOCK.
Cssjaty Trtassrtr'i Msrict
NoUce is hereby given that all parties '
holding county warrants endorsed prior
to, and including, July 3, 1903, are re
quested to present the same to the roun- .
ty treasurer as interest will cease there
on after the date of this notice.
Dated Roseburg, Ore.. Jul 17. IH05.
G. W. DlMMICK
Sm the new snd up-to-date street
bats at the Bell Sisters. 73tf
I 1 he new popular Tommy A'kins are
; now shown at the Bell Sisters 7 (tf
Wanted To trade two good cows for a
good work horse. J. F. Breixke, Dixon
ville. Ore. n 15
The nobby Polo turban in mohair,
t chenille, pson velvet and taffeta ilk
now oo display at the Bell Sister. 73tf
Town Lots For Sale
Ctoice building lots in Kinney's im
proved plst of Roseburg, near Main
street, good title. Price $50 per lot.
Address, N. A. Rich asm. U i
Vetch Seed for Sale.
For Vetch sees! call on or address.
Frank Wixaon. Brockwav, Ore.
THE CELEBRATED BAIN WAGON, MILWAUKEE AND OSBURN
MOWERS AND BINDERS, VICTOR RAKES, FEED
CUTTERS ROLLING DISC PLOWS AND HARROWS.
HARNESS AND SADDLES A SPECIALTY
BEARD &. CULVER the hardware dealers
Plaindealer Want Ads Bring Results.
THE STORE THAT DOES THE BUSINESS
rArt Department- flSHER BELLOWS COMPANY arselfat home snJ
We have materials for all . t t vwaaaim meet Your friends tn our
kinds of (anew work. KOSebuTg S Ofll) Department StOre Ladies PaHor.
There is but one business method that will ever be successful, it is: "Do Into Others as yon
Would Be Done By.
Watch Us Grow!
HARVEY JONES, Proprietor
Rates $1.00 per day and upward
New Brick, New Furnishings,
Prompt Services. Opposite the
S. P. Depot Grounds
TIMBER CLAIMS AND HOMESTEADS LOCATED
I have some good claims, farm and
ranch lands for sale, reasonable, in one
of the most beautiful valleys on the
coast, write or phone to
Wm M Porteb. Camae Vallen, Ore.
3b mllec s. w. from Roseburg via Myrtle Point
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER
FARM WACONS, BUCGIES
S. K. SYKES
By keeping the best stock of GENT'S FURNISHING
GOODS and by giving the public courteous treatment,
as well as by having
Prices That Tell
We Propose to build up a flourishing
fr business. r
It will be our aim to have the latest in everything
and we ask you to give us a trial.
Yours for bargains,
J. A. COBB & CO.,
Fislur and bellows Co. point with pride to their magnificient growth,
starting but a little more than seven years ago with a room 25x30 feet and
constantly adding space from that lime to the present now occupying almost
as much floor space as all the other dry goods stores of this city combined.
The reason for this wonderful growth is not hard to find. In the beginning of
their business career they adopted the Golaeii Rule as their motto and that
they have practiced the same, their customers will testify. FISHER & BEL
LOWS COMPANY NEVER EX AGE RATE and never will it don't pay.
When you see a statement in our adverlisment you know that statement is true.
Friday and Saturday
We have culled out of our
stock at time of moving hun
dreds and hundreds of yards
of Colicoes, Ghingharas, Out
ing Flannels, Shirtings, wool
Dress Goods, Draperies, etc,
and will put them on sale
Friday and Saturday of this
week at a fraction of their
To-day We Announce a Great
of mens underwear, and offer this week only, 40
dozen Mens Heavy Ribbed Cotton Undershirts
and Drawers at the REMARKABLE LOW
79 CENTS THE SUIT
These goods cannot be bought at other stores
for less than 50 cents per garment and we doubt
if you will get as good a garment as this one
New Rain Coats
New Hats for Ladies
New Hats for Men
New Fancy Dress
Coods and Ribbons
Our Men's Hat
We have placed onjsale two
lot;, of men's hats.
Lot 1 consists of 4 dozen
black and brown soft hats,
lates t shapes, bought this fall
especially for this opening
stile and worth $1.50 for
Our Friday and Saturday Sale of Groceries
is still on, BUY THEM, WE WILL
SAVE YOU MONEY.
PHONE US MAIN 721
Lot No. 2 is 4 dozen
Men's Kough Rider
or Oregon Militia
Hats never sold for
less than $j.so but
JOUR PRICE 97 CTS.