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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1905)
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Boutbern Oregon and r-oiuarjut mljr 'h? irTdyer
tialof medium. Lare. modern -iul,.-r1 j..h
(rioting department In connection. EaiaMiabed
In law. ttabacrtptlon,l2 per year for rteml Weekly.
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ROSEBURG, DOUGLAS COUNTY, OREGON, MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1905.
BUS Or NEWS.
3 "THE BEST ON EARTH"
That is the v-rdict of all who
have used the famous 2
3 McCaffery Files
Every day our Customers are com
ing and telling us how much they
- appreciate this make of file. It lasts an-
- longer and will do the work of three or
four of the ordinary kind. YOU WILL
HAVE NO OTHER MAKE WHEN YOU Z
HAVE ONCE TRIED THIS ONE. Z
Items of Interest Gathered from
the Different Localities
Tlio riuirulciU'r would liki to liavt
Mwa items from all jiarts of DongtM
county. Spare for brief, newsy notes
will b gladly allottetl ami it is IioikiI
that nek an offer w ill not be asel
Mr. aiul .Mrs. . If. Appelhofl anil
4aughtnr, Iffea Ethel, and Minn wM
Johnson have rat anted from a pleasant
trip to Cortland.
Mrs. P. f. Wilson has passed away
and is no more on earth. The family
have the sympathy of the it nullity at
The plowing is still cuius: on, and
Mr. Fred Veirill is matting it through
with four abreast. .1. V . Maiden lias a
new dtac and is making tilings hum aho.
Mr. O'Rorick baa novad on the Wol
laaborg place on t!ie Windtmtnr road.
Mr. Stevens w ill occupy the place left
vacant bv Mr. O'Rorick. I. X.
j several lou rollings in progress thrcunh
out the Willamette Valley The Camp
T PAlcnmnnCUin ol Soatbrra Oraatoa ara Mara a ba bann
IU uUVLKWUKjillr lit,-1 by tbe.atttt ol Colwtal Day. b itan
1 1 fie Colonel never anything by
' halve". Tba great l'g rolling field at
One of the New Men Who is Being Mr. Tabor, Oct. .;, 1003, when utti
slranc-rs warned the mysteriee of
Prominently Mentioned for
This Exalted Office
WE ARE THE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR sr
3 THIS CiTY. Sgs,
Churchill Hardware Go.
i R0SEBUR3. OREGON. TT
Roberts Creek Ripples
As bo-co has failed to hark Old Prive
wilt hit the trail and round up a few
And still we hear the carpenters liam
1 mer brining away. Mr. McLaughlin is
boring a new barn limit with Ed.
Cockelrease at the saw.
Ben Wbiteet and Thomas Poa just r
. turned from l'ulmati. w here tliey have
; been aithrouch the liarvest season.
Our mail carrier Ike Thornton on the
K. K. 1. Xo. I, MakaM bu gnla trips
There was a social at Mr. John ll.it
: liei.ls' last Friday evening.
Lafayette Wl.itM-lt ha" coine ill from
Klamath County, w here he bus ben h r
the last three mouths.
Mr. A. II. Cox and family has ren'ed
their farm and moved to RotnMfg.
The larmers are scouiii.n Bp their old
Oil vera, and getting readv logo to farm-
The rain has started the grae nicely
and we anticipate plenty of feed for the
stock on tile range this winter.
M. Irwin left for Portland Sat-
JWARSTER'S COYOTE EXTERMINATOR.
l'auut Mgnnt For.
Will iiosi lively kill Coyotes. Wolves. Foxes. Slicei -killing iK.s, I? anil lull,
Skunks Directions on every can. For Saie by
FULLERTON ft RICHARDSON,
RIGHT ON TlflE
That is the way every Railroad Man wants to be and
if he has one of the Famous j
ROCKFORD OR HAMILTON
Watches, he will have no trouble whatever. Tome and
see my Stock and you will be more than pleased.
Classes Properly Fitted and Adjusted.
Watch and Jewelry Repairing
of all kinds. All we ask is a trial.
Remember the lptoD.r.te Store of
W. E. CLINGENPEEL,
in the Plaixdealkk building.
Glendjle's Welcome Budget
It is with rectal w,- chronicle the
ous illne-s of Mr-. W f. Levens at lb)
family home on Fortune Hraucn Ir
A. E Setl.er is in attend
mauv irieuds boi to
Miss Lillian Frinell, aho lias hrvn 1
student at St. Helens Hall in Port and.
whrre she is taking the advanced ci urse
: in iiiusic, is rinWog at tl.e home ri her
mother in this city. She will MMM
ner studies at St. lie.eus alter the lioli-
We are in receipt of two copie of the
Drain Nonpareil which we aporett.it".
S. P. Shun, of Portland, who was fo;m
erlvelitorof the GlandMh News. i :.t .
the helm, an I that the Nonpareil wil
i have a leading place in Oregon Journal
Mi.-.- Lmma BnabnaU has gone to Co-
SiduKil is progressing nicely under the
atanageaMU ot Prof. K. .v. ilt-s.
Miss Flsie Swilt has returned to Kose
burg alter a few days visit with her pa
rents. 1. M. Irwin has his new house coui
I leted ami is now is cupiug it.
We are very sorry to say that Mr. and
Mrs. M. W. Hampton are going to moe
to Myitis Point n-xt week.
Mr. John Feiiu has told hit place and
is moving to t'ai yonvitle lo reside
rhoaa whovi.itcd the couulyseat 8
urday were: Mr. and Mrs. W. M Busl -Led,
A. l. Irwin. .1. W. New lan. I.
ari l Misses Lucy liushuell and Px-ssie
Oor nan mail carrier, Bdiaon Strick
land, is doing tir.c
Mr. Will Hendricks, of Looking 1 lass,
was in our burg Surnlav.
Una. Swecmy has re.urneI from List
ern ttregoa w here he has bteu visiung
Mi-- I ney BnahneU ( assisting Mrs.
! I. M lrwiu wuii bar work.
Mrs. O. D. Freeman and Mias Strlla
! Winter are Mnoctnd here soou frim
nee. an' her Santa Kosa, Cel.
oon hear of bet Htal tirace t'onets is assisting her
aunt, Mrs F. F Weds, wittt bet work.
Everybody m busy putung in grain.
i. V. Cbmrliill. I Crabtree, has been
visiting Irieuds here.
The problem as to who will he the
RnpaUiean candidate to defeat Gov
ernor Georee B. C'liamberlniu ill his
! con' est next year to succeed himself as
chief executive of this state does not at
this time appear to be one of easy so hi
i tion. The names of a number of aspi
; rants have leen mentioned in connee
tion with the Ih-puhlicaii nomination
for that important office, but the party
i h s not yet determii.e I :n its eolleetive
ipitnl '.at it will do in ti e mai er
ii the or her fiand. the Peiaocratef t av
I am nati rieinoil a thought of anyoneia
that eataMntion except Hon. i,eo. K.
Chamberlaiii. H'Will tieiheir i-aiidi-
WihmIi raft was due to the untiring ef
forts of Oregon's able organizer. Mr.
Day informed the I'laindealer reporter
that Head Consul LL ISoak, of the
the Pacific Jurisdictior, W. U. W., will
i-it o.ik Caini' in the near future.
Everybody likes to follow a love story
of the genuine sort, one that rings true,
and "Honest Hearts" will therefore
pleaM multitudes. In the play it has
the advantage of elalrorate stage pic
tures and talented actors. Kostburg
Theater, Saturday, Oct 28.
RUM SLINGS FROM
Dr. James Withyccmbi
late anil he will be a hard man to
bear. lhref"-e. it :s extremely import
ant that the Kepublican exercise the
ireaiet care iu il.eir teltsitiou of a tan-
Mrs. Ma. k is now visiting her brother, 1 'i''11"
Frauk IV.arduiau. Navajo ! .u'ar among IhoM already
j : mentioned for ttie responsibility ol the
I com(aign for that office, it is generally
for the NonpartU ...j with Ins steam saw.
Mr and Mrs. Lynn Cat on were iu
Koseliurg the tirst the week.
t said every calioose on the Sounth
ern Paoticon the Kosehtirg division is
.ii arsenal. Train u.en tro heavily
armed for fear of attaiks by ignorant
ami impetuous tireeks.
D. V. Smith ha.- arrive,! home from
REMEMBER THE PLACE.
When yon want yonr Panama Hat cleaned and blocked, or panr suit
Pressed and Cleaned. 1 am also agent fir ED. IJ. PKICF, Chicago's
G. W. SLOPER,
THIS 15 THE PLACE TO TRADE
THE FLINT50NE SHOE is the Best Dress Stvae on the Market.
First Class Repairing and Charges Reasonable.
L. GOODnAN, Next nor to Easton' Grocery Store.
jgUY SHOES AT A SHOE STORES
We handle Shoes that are desirable, S
comfortable and fashionable. Our stock is S
WE ASK YOUB JUDGMENT
If you want, to get your money'?
come and see u.
OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENT
Turns out good work with neatness and
Ed McCoUnaa la banliasj
Uiakke ernek mill.
Wid Patterson is taking a vacation on
the I pper CaiatHwssv.
I ism", is one who knows Mr. Si.utt will j I- Sinitli is uriiiuig a well lor ttie
'doubt. He is a tine writer, aad I Cnlsn Vnllny euli ! hanne.
thoroughly Beqnaiated with all dearr. 1 Miss Fva Howard, of Kellogg, is visit -
j ments of newspaper W' rk. and with all ing friends m Oakland.
' fearlessness in stand. ng out for right on j,,. MtUar ia nOt ready to saw vour
..11 fc - . i... v 1
ail suojetis we ni-n
John Pruitt, of thi city, w ho is travel- ,
ing in the south, wrote to his Iriastda I
from Little Hock. Arkansas, saying that
lie had fo ind no locali y lhat w uld OOSa
nare with Oregon in any way. Mr.
Pruitt was toing on to tieorgia iu a feu
Mi?s Myrtle Wall left n the Sth inst
for an extends 1 visit to an Fraucisi o
and Fresno, Cal.
Mr. and Mrs. . H. Kedtield ami
family, who have speut the last four
montii", the former in the Yellow -tone
Park hunting and sightseeing, and the
bitter and the children visitiog relatives
.it Forest, Idaho, returned home last
eek, and are again occupying their
beautiful residence at (ilenmont farm.
Mr, and Mrs. C P. Totten, of tilen-
elleo, have bought the Albert Jones
projerty in this city, and are most wel
come residents of our city.
Houes to buy or rent are getting very
scarce and there wili be two new houses
Mr. and Mrs W. D. Chadwick of Myr
tle Creek, have moved into the rooms
vacated by Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Church
ill. Mr. and Mrs. E. L Churchill and
daughter, Miss Mildred and two
nephews. Ned J. and L I. Churchill,
have changed thetf places f raaidaatea
from this city to tirants Pass, where K.
L. Churchill w ill engage in a w holesale
and retail shoe store. The Bros. Church
ill are Isiih mining experts, and already !
Lave a line business in all of the promt
nctnt mines in Southern Oregon. The i
going of the Churchills from our city is j
an incalulable loss to soiietv, and to the j
bnab e-s interest of this locality a well
Thev are all t pie of the highest cul-
ture, and (iranls Paso is to be eongratn
,atel iu adding them to her population.
Mrs. John Siewarl and daughter,
sister and netee of Mrs. Catherine Clark,
of (deiidaie. -a ho have beeu visiting her
for gomo time, left last week for their
home in Chicago.
In the case of Maurice Abraham,
adtnr, vs. Mrs. C. Clark, involving
title to a certain water right in this city,
and decided by circuit court in favor of
Mr. Abraham, has Ireen appealed by Mrs.
Clark, to be heard in the Supreme
Miss Myrtle Marshall, who has been
the guest of Miss Dorlesca Chase, in
Portland, for aoine time, returned home
Iiusines of all kinds is looking up iu
this city, and a welcome air of prosper
ity ii apparent every where.
Our post-oflice under the most excel
lent man-geinent of L. L. Hurd, ib one
e best regulated on the whole s -
There has been some com
plaint and disarrangement caused by
having a new deputy, who is learning
the work lately. That is all satisfactory
battened, is Dr. James Wfithycattnbe,
Reenter of I lie Agricultural experiment
statioi: at Corvalh. There are many
patent rearons lor tlail as-rin iptton. He
is one oi t he ablet an I most bottornbln
RennbUenaa in the state Be balanga
to no faction, and, therefore, has made
no political enemies. He has for 90
years ln-en a laytrJ and eonetktanl Be
publican, a nnttdHnoney n an and a
rational protectionist. He er j ys the
the HCnrd "f having alwavs MppOfted
ami workel for the r orpine el I is
party for everv intportant otlu ; and.
although he is not fractional, he has
never antagonized any faction or organi
zation. He tadieie in clean politics
ami in the prim iple that every public
ofire shoiil 1 be tioeil l y a man of tin-
liiestiotieil integrilv. "whose pist life,"
to ue the dK-tor's tvn phraanosVaarv. tn
Full line of all grades of Carpets on hand all
the time, ranging in price from 20 cents to 1.45
th wheat tields of Kant era Oregon and I enen benfc, nbern no tntnad-dwa
i afu,ington. tie says hands wen
scarce and thousands of bushels of grain
were lost in Dsner-Qnettrn.
Kev. Bristol, of Wilbur was in theciti
the tirst at the week soliciting funds to
put a new roof on the Meth'dist church
He was quite successful. The contract
was let loC R. Trustell.
Carl Ohme, of Kice Hill informs us he
has dug PJ sacks of sweet potatoes and
ha- corn ears 14 inches in length. Mr.
Ohme is correct when he says IKmgla
Oonnty gardens are badly neglected.
Ijist Satur.lay evening, Dmglas Camp
No. 2S6, W. O. W , gave its friends a
very enjoyable treat in Young's hall.
The treat consisted of a couple of hours
tune occupied by Professor C. B. Newton,
the noted humorous en'ertaiuer, who
held the interest of his audience with
sketi hes of travel, humorous and pa
thetic recitations ami conur impressions.
Everyone present expressl their enjoy
ment of the evening. Owl.
(A of the
Read the Plaindealer for all the News
Camas Valley Natters
We are having very pieasant w eat hi r
again after the rain.
Farming is progressing ipiite rapidly
in our valley. Wm. Porter, M. L. Brown
and Richard Stantley are among thoso
who know the advantages of planting
Mr. and Mrs. DnOtnot will soon enjoy
the comfort of a new cottage which is
being completed as fast as possible by
Mr. John Beuham and Pete Martindale.
i riiiidn.a Wilson, we are sorry to say.
is in very ill health at present.
Misses Hebn and Anna Amstein, who
have been working at Roseburg, are vis
iting their mother at this place.
Born, Oct. IK, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Wiley, a daughter.
Our school started last Monday and is
progressing nicely with Mr. and Mrs.
Wilfred Brown as teachers. There are
sixty pupils in attendance, in the ad
vanced grades and 37 in the piimary.
We are proud of our new schoolhouse.
The addition built during vacation gives
us two rooms.
Mr. Jen, Stobie lost one of his tine
horses last week.
Mr. Mike Camhpell, recently of Fres
no, Calif , ia visiting relatives at this
Miss Bessie Torter starts for Portland
Monday to attend school this winter.
Our best wishes for your success, Bessie.
Buy your plows and burrows ol S. K.
Sykee. lie has the best line to select
pages hint of hidden weakness "' The
doCMf added : "If the people i f Oregon
desire me to be their candidate. 1 will
accept the nomination, and, ii elected,
will do all in my power for the upbuild
ing of our good state I shall depend
entirely on the primary elect loi for
my nomination, as the people have so
willed for such things to ! determined.
If my amUtiou (ails, I expect to li
loyal Republican and will be found in
line for I. mi on whitu the choice may
That kind of talk shows something of
the character and dlnponilton of Dr.
iTIllljmntht He is an able, earnest
and most honorahle man in all of the
activities of life In the matter of (po
larity with the farming element
throughout the state be stands supreme
among those mention, d in connection
with the nomination lor the guhcrna
torial otticc He has met and instruct
ed thousands of them in the farmer's
institutes throughout the rotaatoo wealth
Thev are his friends. The business n.-
teiests of the stale have hud occasion to
know bun well. Those who conduct
these interests respect the doctor's con
sclent toumess, progre-siveness and
genuineness of manhood.
Dr. Withycomlie is a man of firmness
and uuimiechahle integrity. Alert
ambitious, he is always buy with study
and plans for the advancement of the
interests of I lie stale for the great in
stitution of which he is director a coin
irioiiwealth establishment. And, by tl e
way, under Dr. With combe's direction
it is accomhli-diiiig great g t for the
eople of the state.
Dr. Janice Withyeomhe's alert KM
would Biirelv follow his nomination
and Hr. Withycomlie would lie govern
or iu fact. Ripened years of his life
have come, but he has never iieeli
charged with being a figurehead yet, in
any capacity, private or public. Hi
utany i tluetitial friends who have urged
f i mall v to announce Ins candidacy ex
press the Itclief that, under the direct
nomination law, he will sweep the
western part of the state and run be
youd his party's strength on -he other
side of the mountains. It would he
even so on election day. The New Age,
Dr. Lowe's superior glasses cost no
more than others, an 1 you have the
benefit of his skill and over 18 years of
experience as an eye special. st.
Pertinent Paragraphs Regarding
the Doings in Local Yards
Thing" are very lively at and around
the h sat ion of the pew round house,
w here a large for. e of men ur der fore-
man C. Ma hotter, are rushing the work
in good fashion The foundation has
been -'arted and now the com rete work
, c in be hurried It w ill probably take
ebont a mouth to complete the
concrete work and then will come
I the brick super-t n cture. When -oni-pleied.
this will lie one oi the bett
round houses on the road. It will en
i e I he local yard te take care of the
seat ntaay lat-wa engines than it has
ever I- ore leeii able to liAndle. It will
have the latest, up-to-date machinery
and nothing will be left undone to make
it as nearly perfect as it is possible to
Saturday. Foreman i . Jones snccede
in in ning the old wooden water tank
bent ill former location, ou the main
track, to one of the side tracks, where it
will enable the engines to take both
water and coal, ai'lioot having lo move.
On the main track his been erected a
star d: ipe which will take the place of
the old tank and will lie much oiore
C uvenieut and will be more servicable
than the old plan.
Bands of the tireeks who were liberat
ed ir.-m the court's custodv have been
war dering around the local yards, bat
they are quite docile and seem to have
very little to -ay about their late epi
sode. Evidently tl.ey do not care lor
any more notoriety.
A tpectal rate was given for the per
- .us w ho desired to attend the national
W. C. T. U. convention, which is to
meet at Lo- Angeles, on the 7th. It it
one and one-third fare, on the certifi
cate plan, but from no place in Oregon
is this to ariionnt to more than fcts. for
the round trip. The time limit in go
ing was to start from here today and lo
atotioa, wuU return within 4S hours
after the i-mvention close. M rs. A. C.
Marstersand Mrs. M. M. Graves boarded
the tpecal car which s'.artel from Port
land and reached her todav.
Conductor 1 L Riley left today for
i verton, accompanied by his family.
where he nt!l reside, as he is now to be
on the Wc-ial born-Springfield ran.
Conductor W. R. Johnson was called
t,. Portland Thursday night, by the se
vere illness ol his son. '
Wednesday evening an extra north-
boun 1 freight train, in charge of Con-
Inctot Curtis, ran into a pile diiver car
that was at work on the bridge in the
south end of town. The pile driver was
badlv wrecked, as was also the CO -
atelier of the freight engine. Frank
Thomas, who was at work on thepih
d river, when he saw that a collision
eonld not le avoided, jumped to the
ground below, a distance of about 30
feet, badly spraining one of his ankles.
It appears that the conductor misunder
stood the order railing his attention to
the piled I i tat on the bridge. Drain
Brakeman S. lander is off duty, but
it is said that he is just now busy filling
one of Cupid's orders.
Four trams are at Dillard, nnder
charge of Conductors A. Pharis, W. A.
lavlor, O. M.Curtis and F. J. Reid are
in charge of I he crews which are busily
engaged ia graveling, surfacing and fix
ing up the track in that locality. The
job w ill proluhly not ne finished inside
of six weeks.
Foreman "Bob" Robertson of the
round house is one of the busy men
these days. With his present efficient
force he is enabled to turn out a big lot
ol goi-d work ou very short notice.
Machinist w illiam Anderson and cab
wiper t en tioss are ju-t back from a big
liear hunt. 1 hey went out into the
(Malta country, where their good fri.'iid
lohn Landers, piloted them to the best
hunting ground. And they had not
on y a fine time, but also were very suc
cessful, and succeeded in killing no less
than eight deer. Of course they re
membered tl eir many friends with
Kngine No. -J-J(Vi is in the local shops
for r pairs, having its piston rods, which
were found to ba cracked, changed for
i Moan ones, thus preventing any pos
sibility of tro'ible.
David Rolierts, one of Foremon
Robertson's efficient assistants in the
round house force, has just received
word of a daring hank and poet office
robbery back in his old home. Wild
Rose. Wis., in which the posse, of which
Mr. Robert's brother was a member,
. killed one and wounded two of the
(ieneral Organizer ii. L. Day. of the robbers When Mr Roberts lived there
Woodmen of the World, arrived in this there was no railroad but now they
city from Portland, on Monday night's have a line and now it boasts one ol
train and paid Oak Camp, No. 15, a these civilizing institutions, with a I the
surprise visit. The Colouel reports troubles which follow in its wake.
Beet line of all-cotton filled Comforts we have
ever had, from Si. 35 to $2.25 each.
Pull line of all-wool, Oregon-made Blankets;
also excellent line of Cotton Blankets at reason
Buy one of our cotton-felt or
silk floss Conibinmtiofl Mattresses,
Mattress that will last a lifetime.
and you have a
Complete line of Furniture,
Ranges and Heating Stoves
at lowest prices consistent
with good values.
B. W. STRONG,
THE MUM IH
THEY ARE ALL HERE!
No matter what Watch Movement you want
we can supply your wants. Our reputation for
handling the BEST JEWELRY is well estab
lished. You Can Always Rely
On what you get at our store IS Being Exact
ly as Represented. This is an Important Item when
it comes to buying Jewelerv.
Our Repairing: and Rating
Of watches speaks for itself We are excelled
by none and take pride in the satisfaction which our
work always gives.
J.T.BRYAN, The Jeweler.
We make up fine Candies every day. We are ag
ents for Peters' Milk Chocolate, the Alden Can
dies, and the Famoas.Ramona Sweets.
Try One of Oar Fine, Fresh Boxes of Chocolates
They are put up fresh every day. We make a
specialty of putting up Fancy Boxes of Candy.
Try us and see for Yourself.
BELL'S CANDY STORE,
r riniirnm 1 a tn i 1 rrT 1 rr rv 1
rAKiuCKj KtAL fcMAIfc IU.
WOODMEN OF WORLD'S
BIG LOG ROLLIMG
OFFICE OPPOSITE RICE RICE, CASS STREET
We have some Exceptionally Fine Farms,
City Property and Timberlands in large and small
tracts for sale.
Best companies represented Town and Coun-
m n tin 1
Anyone wishing to sell
so by listing it with us.
their property can
Write for price list
of Farms and City
R. SHAM BROOK, President
F. THRONE, Secretary
We will tag and display any Grain or Produce
to our office.
illHW IU Ii 8E HAPPY