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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1905)
All of the best grades of staple and fancy
GROCERIES kept constantly on hand.'
Andfresh fruit. Prompt service. Courte
ous tieatrnent. Bed rock prices and good
goods are our bids for your trade.
Roseburg Rochdale Co.
Ml T . A i!
A. D. BRADLEY
All kinds of Household and other goods bought and
sold. Don't fail to see our large stock of NEW
FURNITURE and HARDWARE
i Roseburg Furniture Company
If y)u are looking for Furnitu:e,
Stoyes, or Household Goods of any
kind, call at our store and examine
goods and get prices. : : : : :
i Roseburg Furniture Company
jt FOR J.
I Battery Delicacies, ;
; Jt CALL AT jt
j JENNINGS' BAKERY
Marater's New Block,
MRS. 0. T. JONES
Is prepared to accommodate a few
ROOM AND BOARD
Inquire at residence on Kane street
formerly occupied by Dr. Houck.
Abstract ol Title to Deeded Land.
Papers prepared for filing on Govern
men t Land .
Plant and Estimates for all Build
ing. Special designs for Office Fixture
Blae Prints of Township Maps showing
all vcant Lands.
Office in new Bank Building. 'Phone 411
aT C a '
WE HAVE TAKEN IN HAND
The collar question saving our
custoraes a lot of annvance from
I ? ' 1 nec5
I J the pure
domestic finish and general ap
pearance of our laundering no
comparison to the ordinary king.
ROSEBLRG STEAM LAUNDRY
SYRACUSE STEEL PLOWS
SYRACUSE CHILLED PLOWS
BUFFALO PIHS SPRING-TOOTH
BUFFALO Pins SPIKE-TOOTH
BUFFALO PIHS FLEXIBLE-DISC
S. K. SYKES
In the same old place
with more added.
We have now enlarged
our restaurant, entrance
on both Sherdian and Cass
HOSIER STANDS FOR BEST MEALS
Blacksmith Tools Tor Sa'e.
Blacksmith tool?, complete for iet
heavy work. Price 3 . Address Box 9J,
LEGE NEWS NOTES
The ame of foot ball, played on Oct.
M between Tacoma anil O. A. C. re
sulted in the score of 56 to 0 ia favor of
O. A.C. It serins mm if tht O A C
team ia going to clear tilings, this year
fn a few days they will go to California
to play Stanford and Berkley teams.
Sylvester Arinitage. a college student
from Bpriagneld, Linn County, so
severely injured himeelf last niirht dur
ing a class scrimmage that he was un
conscious for IS hours, an i it was not
till late this morning that he was ex
pected to re. o er. The sophomores and
fnahaaaa were indulging in a set-to
near the cilloge fountain over an at
tempt to dacaj some fret-hmen, and
foaaag Artuitage, who was running at
full speed to take part in the fracas,
stumbled and titruck his head against a
tree, almost dislocating his neck. He
will carry a stiff neck for a few days as a
result of his stumble. 1'kouo.
aaxSPrTliaaaa'aafcj WP -
Lieutenant Martin Markeson, who has Wen in the N'ehalem country for
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some months past, is home ajrain. He went up into that country for the
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double purpose of deriving some benefit to his health and also to look after a
homestead which he has up there.
While there. Lieutenant Markeson rendered valuable assistance to the prize, 3tX). wasdiwded between Kenton,
parties who are building anew railroad up from Kureka. California, and . Yaaahill, Kaker and L'nloo,
... , , . .A , iOeacfi. Tlie fourth prize, IJtvl. be
when it comes to pushing along such enterprises he is no novice. One has . . . . 77 ,
r r. r. r tween H ashiiigton, Josephine, Ln coin
only to go into Kastern Washington, to see what great things he has been ixmgi,., Harney. Sherman and Wallo
enabled to do in the way of opening up desirable localities to settlement, ara, $-' to each
His has been an eventful career in this direction, but not only in this direc- 0 far w ''v been b!e to learn
tion, for he has figured quite prominently in military circles. For instance the r,ls were satisfactory to ail eoav
, -i -i n ,. . . cerned. Tlie jury consisted of twitttifs
he was at one time m the service of the Russian government as a lieutenant ,
. .. . i commissioners, who were entirely unm-
m the army. But he is by no means favorable to the "powers that be." If 1 lerwteJ nJ i, , ve the award, altat
there is anything which will arouse his ire it is the manner in which that the most creful deliberation and u.ing
nation has treated its common people. in their work the Male of marking pro
Lieutenant Markeson is so well and so favorably known throughout vided by t!,e rOD s,",e coaaaakaakai,
.i t -c i .i . . . i- The peisonnal of the jiirv was as fol-
the Pacific coa.t, and as the fact of his service m the Russian armv was '
known to the managers of the Iwis and Clark Ezpontion. that when it Wilson II. Fairbanks. Ma?. : W.J
came to arranging a good program for "Japanese I ay" at the fair, it was Weasels, Idaho; J. a. Filcawr, Calif.;
suggested that Lieutenant Markeson be put down for an address, and he was Chae. Camp. Wyo. ; W. N. steel. N. D.
according!? invited and he accepted the pressing invitation. Hut. in the! "
meantime the peace negotiations had been entered into and when Mr. Marke
son found this out, he positively declined to go ahead and speak, as had been
planned. When pressed for a reason, he frankly stated that he wanted the
war to be continued, for he believed that the Japanese would eventually win !
out and only in that way could the downtrodden classes of Russia hope to ,
gain any freedom from the oppression which has been hanging over them, j
So outspoken has Lieutenant Markeson been in this matter that the Czar
has seen fit to have special agents "look him upT' Hut, Mr. Markeson is no'
coward and threats of this kind have not had the desired effect and he
speaks as he thinks.
MT. ANGEL COLLEGE
DITC AC MClafC eoUD(1 in hl8 room, the occupants of'
DI 1 3 Ul IlLfTj the house rushed iu and found him ly
ing across his bed, with the bloody I
The Benedictine Sisters are awarded a
Gold Medal for the Collective Education
il Exhibit pre par. d by their pupils to
the following schools:
aft. Ang'-l Academy, Mt. Angel, Or ;
Mt. Ansel Parochial School, Ml. Aiiifel,
Or. ; St. John's School, O ajeoa City,
Or ; St. B -nedict's School, Wood burn.
Or. ; Sacred Heart School, Portland, Or. ;
St. Mary's S-nool, Albany, Or , St.
Scliolastica's School, Gervai, Or.
Mt. Angel Valemv is awarded als:
Silver Meilal for Kn .lish Literature;
silver Medal for Physics ; Bwaa Melal
lor Latin, French and (ierman
Languages. V. A P.
Two weeks of school is ovit and every
one is now seriously at work.
Of the members of the Krenhman clans
from Roseburg, Kathryn Kullerton and
Mrs. Johnson are registered in th- de
partment of music. Bessie Kidder,
Olivia Ridley and Jessie Bell in the
literature course. Hazel Jewett, Karl
Strong and Thos. Townsend in the
The annual Alumni foot l all game
took place last BatT lay and was won
by the U. of O., score 15 to 5.
Our foot ball team left Monday morn
ing on their California tour. They play
Stanford University on Tuesday, Oct 17
on the Stanford (iridiorn and the Uni
versity of California, at Bjrkley, four
days later. The peritonei of the tt-um
are as follows : Hug, VcKinney, Mul
len, Earl, Arnspiger, Chaudler, Ytoores,
Latourette, Frei-wll, Kerron, TeKipleton,
Hurd, Hammond and Spencer. The
last three men named are substitutes.
The team was in charge of Manager
Fred Stewier and expect to be away
The Freshman class at its initial meet
ing last Monday evening elected the fol
lowing officers : Pres. Arthur L Hamp
ton, of Monmouth; vice-Pres Paul
Willonghby, of Eugene ; Secy Jessie
Bacon, of Eugene ; Treas, Miss Myrtle
Chae, of Portland ; Sgt. at arms, Cary
V Looeelej, of Ft Klamath. The last
named official w.is elected on account of
hie especial fitiu- a for the place, being
six feet six inches in height. This g
theHrst time in the history of the Uni
versity, tha' the Freshman class have
not elected a Kiwene man as president
Baker City, Portland. Monmou h and
Roseburg united upon one man and he
Most of the male members of the
Freshman class have been hazed by the
kind hearted Soohmores, but a few have
escaped. Basing has been more fre
quent this year than usual, but has not 1
been nearly so hi rd and strenuous.
Flojd Kamp, a former Hosebnrg llih
school bay is back in the I'niveraity
The Freshman class is unusually
large this year, there being over sixty
Prof. (i. K. Saiigemo, who was to lie
hi e new assiciani instructor in r.cono
mics, attempted to commit miiide
while in a tit of despondency, on I: st
Tuesday night. I'rof. Baoaasao has had
poor health for years and attempted to
end his days by drawing a rator twice
across his throat. Hearing uutvlimr '
raur on the n xr near bv. Doctors
, were immediately summoned and if no
complications set in, it is thought be
ill recover. Lvcraors.
A good time guaranteed to all who at
tend the Hallowe'en social given by the
Btndent body of the R te .urg High
school, at the H. S. buildiug. Admis
sion 10 cents. S4 4t
Men's heavy jersey overshirts--just
the thing for co'.d mornings regular 50c
values for :t5cts, at Josephson's.
Jennings' Bakery has fitted up a nice
lunch room Everything neit and
Choice Fruit Trees
All the leading varieties of choir fruit
trees, warranted tirst-clasa in every re
spect. Yellow Newtown Pippins and
Spitzenlx-rgs a sKiialty. At reasonable
prices. At the Roseburg Nursery.
b4-" P. O. Box Stt.
Notice of Filial Settlement.
N.itloi- l berrhy given that the un lerxlfiirtl
A.linlnl.tratnr of ,ths Ktate of Krrdinaihl
F.irtln, Sr., IHct-a-ed, hai flleit In the t'uunl,
ou tof QaagiaaCuaat,, State of Oregon. Ida
final aeaasaM a. meh admlnMrator of aall
emale. and that Frl.laj the aith. nay of October
A. I).. 1905, at the hour of in ,,'clork A M . haa
haaalaaa' by Court aa the lime forbear
bag f objection laaaM final account and the
iaie: BasasaBbai ISth, ISMS.
A ImlnlKtratnr of the KaU'eol
Ferdinand KoUlu, Sr., Oeceaaed.
Notice to (Creditors
In the Countv Court of the 8. ate of Oregon, for
the County of Daaajaai
Id the matlerot the ealate of Bernba'd H. Ret-
be! dee abed.
Notice la hereby given that Ihe under.lgned
la appoint Ml AdinlnlKtrator of the eata'e o(
amaasi H. Ratkal, aaataaal, by the County
urt for the Siate of Oreuoti for U nigiaa Coun.
ty and that ail aatraaaa havlug claim, agalnat
aald atat are no itled to preai nt the ame
duly velfled, Ui aald Administrator al the ofBce
of M t. Wriiht. Koaei urg, Oregon, on or before
L mpn,t """ " ' " tirat publication
' oscar F RRIBICI
' IM wteka Adminuuator
SOME MINING NEWS
FROM MYRTLE CREEK
The carpentero have finished the
buildings at the Continental, states the
Mail, and everything is ready for put
ting the machinery in place. Home de
lay hag been occasioned by the uon
arrival of the boiler and engine which
furnish the power for the operation of
the concentrating plant, but it has final
ly reached here and will tie taken out to
the mine at once. Further delay has
been cauatd by Manager Stewart having
been attacked with malaria fever jus-t at
the busiest time, tie is now at iiot
Lake, Oregon, trying to restore his
wasted energies and is still in a critical
J. F. Uice and John Knglai.d have se
cured an option on J. H. Foreman's half
interest in the Cyclone group of mines
on Lally Creek, and Mr. Rice has gone
to work on the property, lie will drive
an SO loot tunnel to strike the ledge at a
dept h ol about 50 feet. The aim is to
then follow the ledge for aliout 10O feet
and to sink a 50-foot shaft at the richest
place. Mining men who have examined
tl.is pro patty prononuce it the liest pros
lect in the South Myrtle district. In
the bottom of the 50-foot shaft the e.i . e
is 4 feet wide ami the ore ranges in value
from t- i to $50 pat ton.
Hates and Jameson have era cat
their ledge in the Rattier ith a ISO
foot tuunel, and are now taking out ore
with the intention of making . a ship
ment next month.
DOUGLAS COUNTY'S I
Th sarls niale to thai twenty our
counties in competition for special
awards was niaile public at the banquet
fivaa to the rcpreeeutatives of tlie coun
tiee exliitiitioic, at ttie American Inn. b
the lwi auil Clark state rntawiassnn .
The jury found it extremely ditlicult
to make a distinction between the mer
its of the several counties, the competi
tion being so close in some particulars as
to leave only a very slight different-.-,
and in one instance ttie jury reports the
difference as being but one teven-hun-dred-and-tiftieth
of a part. Tin left
tin- jury to group the counties and di- j
vide the swards as follows:
The $li4A' tirst prize between Wasco.
Mrion- Lnn. Cmatilla. (.' m aad Lane, 1
to each of which was given tltit). The i
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second prize, 1500. was divided bet ween
j4Ct80ni Clackamas Columbia IVik :
and Morrow, $100 to each. The third .
There is a Difference
Between Tailor-made Clothes
and "hand-me-downs." The
Tailor-made is made for vou
fits you. The " hand - me -down"
is made for aarvbody.
The Tailor - made hold ita
hse. wears well, looks well,
and carries refinement with
it The "hand-me down" gets
out of shape, and displays
neither choice nor taste.
Be a Tailor Made Man
The difference in cost is triv
ial, and the finished product
Fall Uac of all the SeasM'i OfTcnafs
and made for you at prices
which out rank the "hand,
me down" class.
BODGE, Naaar Dr..r
Oak Street below Jackaon.
Coos Bay Option
I hold an op'.ion for 30 days more on
valuable Coos Hav peninsula property.
. ,tnn i
at 1 100 per acre. Adioiuing acerage la-
sold for 1.'5 per acre. Can't handle al
under the option time and wish some
one to take l of 40 acres tract. Partic
ulars address R. K. M., 1 10 Wash , St.
They Appeal to Our Sympathies
The bilious and dyspepic are constant
sufferers and appeal to our sympathies.
1 here is not one of them, however, who
may not be brought back to health and
happiness by the use of ChamUrlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. These tab
lets invigorate the stomach and liver
ami strengthen the digestion. They also
regulate the bowels. For sale by A. C.
Marsters At Co.
Title (J ua ran tee & Loan Co.
I U. HiBltTOB, O
Secy aud Treat
once Id the Court House. Have tb only com
pleteeet of abstract booka In Douglm County
halracUand CertlflcaUy of Title rurnlahedof
Douglas county land and mining claim. Have
also a oomplete eat of Traclnga of all townabip !
plats la the Roaeburg, Oregon, V. S. Land Pla
trlct. Will make blue print copies of any town
I am now prepared to convey tamping
partial to and from the mountains or
sea coast at reasonable prices, tor par
ticnlars call on J. W. Duwell, Roseburg,
Or. Phone 296. . tf
Cure Winter Cough
J. E. tiover, 110 N. Main Str , Ottawa
Kans., writes : "Every fall it has been
mv wife's trouble to catch a severe cold,
and therefore to cough all winter lone
l.ast lall 1 got her a bottle of Horehound
Syrup. She used it and haa been able
to sleep soundly all night long. When
ever the cough troubles her, two or
three doses stops tlie cough, and she is
able to be up and well." 25c 50c and
1. Sold by A. C. Marsters A Co.
jLKOKUE M BKOWN,
m C. SEELY, M. D.
Douglaa County Bank Building-,'
Room i II, 12 and IS. Phone 4i
QK. GEO. E. HOUCK,
Physcian & Surgeon.
riffle Review ma.
Phone. Matu 21
PUfER V. HOOVEB
Pnysician and Surgeon
Office: Main xtreet, one rtonr south of City
Hall. !.,:. M,
p W. HAYNES,
Roomi S act 9
M. Cbawfohd a J. O. Watson
Attorneys at Law,
ioomilat, Bank Buildc., B081Braa.ua
CSV aaaaassBaaaM laa D 8 LandOBcetn-
'!. caae a apeclalty.
J C. FCLLERTOft
U praetloe Id a!l th 8tau and Faderal Coon
Office In Marks' B10.. Rosebun. Oreaon.
P W. BENSON,
DUCHAXA3 A GRE5IS6EB
J. A. Br hamx I. L Giniscu
Kottmn 1 and 1
RosKBl Rci. OREGON
,J AS. K. Sawyers
Room 7, Cpstairs, Douglas Co. Bk. Bid
J. H. CHAPMAN, D.
TrfboD No. 1141
Hoars: 9 a. m o 5 p. m
Q J BACHER, D. M
Abraham Building, ROSEBl Rti. OR
! H. Little,
F. A A. M. Laurel Lodge No. 13.
Hilda racular meeting on secono
and f ortb WednaadaTa of aacr
-non h. W. W. Jh u ieah, W. M .
N. T. Jawrrr, Secretary.
P. O. ELKS. Roaeburg Lodge No.
326. Holds regular oommonica-
! - ttoos at I O. O. F. Hall on aacond
and fourth Thursdays of each month,
ill member requested to attend i eau
arlr and all visiting brothers ara cordi
ally inritad to attend.
C: B. Cum, E K.
W. H. Jamiesox. S-cretarv.
CO. D. 1st SEPARATE BATTALLION
O.N. O , meets t Armory Hall erary
rharaday araning, at 8 o'clock .
F. B. H ::. Oapt.
OF A.. Court Douglas No. S3 For
eters of Ameiica, meets each Tues
dav evening in Foresters' Hall. 'i-
itin; brothers always welcome,
FaM Srau, C R
E B I.knox. Rec Sec
y m Bootbs. Phvu.-ian
O. O. F Philetarian Lodge No. 8.
Meets in Odd Fellowa' Temple, cor
ner Jackaon and Cass streets, on
Satnrday evening of each week Mem
bars of the order in good standing ar
tuvited to attnr
C. F. Harpstkr, S. O.
N.T Ikwktt. riecietarv
of P. Alpha Lodge No. 47 Mee
every Wednesday, in I. O. O. F
Hall a7:3ti p. m. Members in
good at anding are invited to attend.
Jas. A. Pkrry, C. C.
M. F. Wai.iiir, K. of K. A S.
II.AC t'IKflK.-No. 4 ., Women of
Woodcraft. Meela on 2nd ani 4th
Thursdays of each month at the I
O. O. F. Hall. Visiting members it
good standing are in vited to attend.
Myhtlk I.ono, Uuardian Neighbor
Clara Bokkn. Clerk
Second and Fourth Thursdays.
E. 8. Roee'mrg Chapter No. 8
Holds their regular masting on th
tirat and third Thursdays in each
nnnth. Visiting members in good
itanding are respectfully invited to at
isnd. Mrs. K. J. Stroud, W. M.
Free Johnson, Secretary.
NITED ARTISANS, Umpqua Af
sem'.tly No. 105, meets second aud
fourth Saturdays of each month, in
Native Sons' hall Visiting members
will receive a cordial welcome.
A. C. Mardtkrs, M. A.
Minnii Josaa, Secretary.
OODMEN OF THE WORLD. Oak
l ami No. 126. Meets at the Odd
L-n tl .n l r i I
rriiuwe uau, in noeeourg, every
dret and third Monday evening. Viait-
' 8 neighbors always welcome
J. M. IlKiixigs. C. O.
T. JawLTr. Clerk.
Wanted To trade two good cows for a
good work horse. J. F. Bretzke, Dixon
viile, re. Ru 15
SANDERS DISC PLOWS
SINGLE OR DOUBLE.
LIGHTEST WEIGHT. LIGHTEST DRAFT
All necessary adjustments. Nothing to get out r.f fix.
Solid stel frames. Rigid and strong.
Call and see them.
! J. F. BARKER
i LIVERY, FEED &
C. P. BARNARD, PROPRIETOR
FIRST CLASS RIGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
AM) AT REA80HABLS BATES.
STAIE T9 MARSBFIELD. N08TH BEND AND ALL COOS COtNTY POINTS
LEAVES DAILY AT 6 A. M.
FOUR-HORSE STOCK-QUICKEST TIME TO THE COAST
STABLES CORNER WASHINGTON &
HIT THt TRAIL N
KRUSE & NhWLAND S
FCR CGGO CSCCEF.IES
KRUSE $ NEWLAND
II 111 I 11
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This school has for the coming year: A strong faculty: mainU nance as
sured ; teachers' review class : a graduating class of over 20 : course of study ex
ended to five years and made equal to the California and Wafh cgton Norma
School year opens on Tuesday, Sept. V2, 1)5. Vacations at Thanksgiving
and Chriatmas. Second semester opens January LV? Tuition o 00 to 5 00
per term. Rates a? Boarding Hall. 2.50 per week, with everything furnished ex
cept hiding. Board in p ivate families at from :i to 4 per eek. Many pupils
prefer to "batch" for which facilities are good. For further particulars and cata
A. L. BRIQQS. President. or O. C. BROWN. Vice-Pres.
t I 7 1 1 H a?
bt aa. araaam am
CONSUMPTION, COUQMB. COLDS. BONCHtT19
ASTHMA. OA?T TH6AT. HOAHSENCSS
WHOPiNQ COUQH A NO CROUP
DO NOT DELAY
Until th drain on your system produce permanent disability. The human
breathing machinery is a wonderful system of tubes and cell. To hava-cnod
I health it must be kept in good order. A COLO ia considered of no iirpor
tanca. yst if it was known by if proper name of "throat Inflammation -
or "congestion of th lunga." iU
wiieu. nnwi a coio maisi res appearance us at one aval tare a Bete
hoeai Sjrma which will apdily overcome it
WHOOPINO COUOH and CROUP Rquire Prompt Action. SNOW
LINIMKNT applied to the throat end chest give wonderful relief, whi
Ballard's Horehound Syrup will rapidly atop tht vtelent paroxysms of
coughing. IT IS THE ONLY COUOH REMEDY THAT WILL
runiLLi vuKt WHOOPINO COUOH AND CROUP.
BEST FAR r.HII RRFM
Mrs Maud Adam a. QolilUiwaite,
orfthouad Sfr;:n and And tl IS. i
Horeaouad Syrup and tlnd 11 tbe
eolda My children i
o use II ana it U
SAFE AND SURE
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The CalUrsa'e favorite Issaaehr Inn Bactla r. ,rr .a
Ballard Snow Liniment Co., St Louis, Mo.
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
A. C. flARSTERS ti CO.
SCO. Phone 201
STACE STABLES i
ROSE STS., ROSEBURG. PHONE 661
Fresh Family j
A complete stock of
all the best brands cf
staple and fancy Gro
ceries. New and fresh
goods on which we have
removed the tariff.
All kinds of early
vegetables and fruits
kept constantly on hand.
Highest market price
paid for all kinds of
i t i -a-
' lil PaVaal
-paaa, aaa aa. aahiiii i i aaaa
darujerou character would b appra-
m m mm mm avaaawai
Tex., writes: ' I bar used Ballard"
10 T - .
BKST medicine tor oroup, oouans and
pleaaaat to lake and quickly cures."
Three Sizes. 25c 50c SL00
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