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Since 1877 We've Been Treating People Square :3
THE BIG STORE
. . . ANNOUNCEMENTS . . .
I tidies' Neckwear
will be found in our
Ladies $10 Raincoats, $7.50
TImm "I" strictly Ilili mmii'i Bavnwnl
stylish, ... dfpUMwbly made;
full length, Ml -!). w U It
BOH gildh liark
t;wUUtliM i,, .vl.t'U
$12 Shirtwaist Suits, $9.80
$10Shirtwaist Suits, $7.80
Tlii'Mi' are Stylish, ,, ii in. nil' suits,
Hlrirtly (his season's gn ' ; sir.-
tin u iW, only . A it opiirt unity nut
In neglected liy rtt I 1 1 1 buyers.
Our line of Furs
is Complete, well
in Quality, and
Moderate in price
know say that it
pays to trade at
THE BIG STORE
g- Since 1877 We've Been Treating People Square
MARSTERS' DRUG CO.
ALL KINDS OF
PAINTS, OIL, VARNISH
AF- M- Lanrel I,odge No. 13.
H dMs ranter meetings on MOM
and I nrth Wedneeda8 ol each
"'.I." - . W- Thai kk.wi. W. M.
N.T. Jawm, RacreUrv.
BP. O. ELKS. Roseburg Lodge No.
826. Holds regular oommomca-
tionsat I. O.O. K. Hall on aecond
nd fourth Thursdays ol each mantb.
All members requeued to attend reicu
larlv and all visiting brothers are cordi
ally invited to attend.
... . C. B. OimwK, K. K.
W. H. Jamikhos, Secretary.
0. D, 1st SEPARATE BATTALLION
.O.N. 1 1 , meets at Armory Hail every
Thursday evening, at 8 a'clock.
F. B. Hamii, Ospt.
r OF A.. Court Douglas No. .12 For
f eaters of America, meets each Tues
I day eveuing in Foresters' Hall. Vis
iting brothers si ways welcome.
Fain stacfkm, c r
K H I.knox, Rec Sec
E N IIikivkr, I'hysicisn
O. U. F. Pbllatarian Lodge No. 8.
I Meets in Odd Fellows' Temple, cor
ner Jackson and Oaat streets, on
Saturday evening of each weak. Mem
bers of the order in rood standing ar
invited to attend .
C. F. Haristkk, N. O.
N.T. JiwiTT, Secretary.
Kof P. Alpha Lodge No. 47. Meet
every Wednesday, in I. 0. O. F
Hall at 7:30 p. m. Members In
good standing are invited to attend.
Jab A. Pihrv, C. C.
M. F. Wrkhit, K. of R. & 8.
TliS first of the month Is bringing
much wurk for I ha various departments, j
on account of the reports wbii:b have
i" be made to lu-ailiiiorters. General
ui iit, I,. B. Moore, found his bands
pretty full, as a new passenger schedule
SMI Iftlo effect Tin "wlay night and he
liad to readjust (matters, in that direct
tii 'ii, ilao.
This tweak . W. King brought In
three cars ol cattle from Coos county
and ahipped them to Ashland, from
ahirh plsce they will be driven over the
Cullfornia line and placed on the range
for the winter.
Hiecial rates are being made by the
B. P. fur tin. Mg WooilDien of the World
log-roMiuga which are to be held. A
rate ol one ami one-third for the round
trip, on the certificate plan is given. '
The head counsel will beat Salem, Nov.
Ith Albany, I lib ; Eugene, UHhl Myrtle
Creek. I lib ; Ashland, 16th ; and (iraots
Condictor E. P. Tynsn is off duty lor
a few days, on account of fJekMM lii
place in befog taken by .1. I.. Hastings.
Conductor M. C. Gregory has la-en
assigned to runs Nos. 18 and 16, Rose
burg to Ashland, while brakemanJ.A.
Folletl, who has had Nos. 15 and 1(1,
Roerbtirg to Portland goes on the run
from RngHM toiirants i'ass.
Freight Conductor J. W.Tyan is off, I
presumably .to enjoy a tittle hunting
trip and J. R. Cbausse is tilling his
Conductor 0. M. CurtiB and crew and
Conductor kF. .J. Reid and crew, who
have iieitn doing night work on the
special roadbed work which is being
done at Dillard, have been taken ofl
that job aid are now running out of
thia city on seciaMri ights.
All the passenger trains are now com
ing in on remarkably good time, quite a
difference from what was the case when
the big fair rush was on.
Chas llarpster and Frank DeSheny,
two of the expert machinists of the
I roundhouse, and Alex Aubin, the head
I light man, are telling their many friends
of the ,big hunt which ttiey hare just
enjoyed, out near the Coos county line.
Harvey Jones ol the Roseburg House
and Jim Fletcher also went along to
! lend dignity to the occasion. Mr. Aubin
hvl ih' misfortune to lose both of his
tine Shepherd dogs, of which he has not
I found any trace. Barring this, the
' party had a jolly time. But as to game
tin y preler to ;talk about tlie weather.
It is said that they saw bear and deer
trucks and that they had lots of lun
with a lively skunk.
Kngine No. 2141 was brought into the
local shops, yesterday, with a broken
axle, which caused one of the main
d ive whclle to come t ff. The accident
o curred out near I .eland, and Conduc
tor O. O. Jennings was iu charge.
Drilling lor the big well w hich the 8.
P. people are putting down near the old
warehouse, is progressing nicely. It is
ln ing don by the machine winch Wm
Oabuey, ol Akron, tlhio, had on exhibi
tion at the l-ewis and Clark lair, and J.
VY Newmaker has charge ol the drill.
An eight-inch casing is being put down
and already it ia down over 100 teet and
it is proposed to go all of 500 leet, if suf- ,
lii ient water ia not lound sooner. Schale j
if now I eing Rencountered and some
truces of oil,
Sam Klmore, the experienced boiler
maker, had occaaion to make a flying
trip to Dillard, to do some essential
toiler work. He need the motor car lor
covering the distance in a very short
Foreman Mahoney, who has the "con
crete gang," in bund at the new round
huuse, now boasts a handsome, new
private car, which is the envy of every -bisiy.
When coming in from Portland on
the overland, last night, Fireman O. T.
Bolter, ol this city had his lace badly
burned. He was putting in Borne fuel,
w hen gas blew the flames out and caused
him to bo badly scorched about the face.
4t't'st' t'-stoVateatat Vt' t ' iU site statoteate ?- ste
i i -riii- n ni m nmnr ri r n i rw :
. . THE DRUC STORE OF QUALITY . .
NEAR THE DEPOT, ROSEBURG, ORE.
We Invite Critical Inspection . . .
do not f!l 41 the drug that are sold in Roseburg,' Wot
WE SHLL TO ALL THE PEOPLE WHO WILL HAVE
ONLY THE VERY BEST AND PUREST DRUGS.
Don't forget this: Highest Quality in
Drugs is a very important thing to you.
We want an opportunity to show you
our finely equipped and properly man
aged Pharmacy. I J Q
FULLtRTON & RICHARDSON
I ILAO CIRCLE. No. 49, Women of
Woodoraft. Meets on 2nd and 4th
- IhuradaTS ol each month at the I
iO. O. F. Hall. Viaiting members in
good standing are Invited to aitnd.
j Myktlk I.ono. Cuardiau Neighbor.
Claha Bokkn, Clerk
Second and Fourth Thursdavs.
OE. 8. Roseburg Ohaptar No. 8
Holds their regular meeting on the
first and third Thursdays in each
nontb. Visiting mambers in good
Handing are respectfully Invited to at
tend. Mrs. E. J. Stroud, W. M.
I Froe Johnson, Secretary.
THE HIGH SCHOOL
Own Yoiik Own Homk Own it now.
Blop paying rent. I live in Riverside
addition b Bowborgi UttQuMnOity
of Southern Oregon. I want you to live
here too. LoOatlOD, toll, hualtli, tonus
hiiiI prircH, nil cot red. Send (or pic
tured folder, or see me at my otlicti. I'm
ill earnest ; are you?
31 p L vi BaUMi KoBuburg, Orer
For the best ol everything in rainy
weather wear, at the most reasonable
prices, see Josepliaon's. We are head
iuartiirs or rain-eonts, rubbers, rubber
bOOtl, oil and rubber clothing ill fact
for everything MOMM'y 10 keep JrOU
warm and dry iu wet weather.
!'or your guns, amniunltiuns and
Hportiug g.. i- see S. K. Syltes, 84tf
I NITK1) ARTISANS, I'nipqtia As-
I senibly No. 105, meets ftsjooju and
" fourth Saturdayu of each montb, in
Native Sons' hall. Visiting members
will receive a cordial welcome.
A. C. Mahstkhs, M. A.
Minnib Jonks, Secretary.
WOODMEN OK THE WORLD. Oak
Camr No. 125, Meets at the Odd
Fellows' Hall. In Roseburg, every
'I rut and third Mnndav evening. Visit
ing neighbors always welcome.
J. M. limutiKH, C. C
N. T. JKWKrr, Clerk
The Hallowe'en entertainment at the
High school last Monday evening, was
one of trre-Trrwnrantest events of the bcb
s in, and W88 attended by students and
teachers and a largu number of friends
of the school.
The two large balls ol the High school
building were used lor reception rooms.
They were beautifully decorated iu au
tumn leaves, jack-o-lanterns, and
nunierious "black cats," made of card
board and wearing ties of gold, thus
representing the High school in color.
The lower reception room was the scene
Ol the win he'n festivities. They were
out in full force prophesying concerning
the future. On the second Ibxir were
served all tliQao things w hich people like
to eat 00 Hallowe'en. The tables were
ptettily decorated with candles ol various
lias and colore and uppies and pump
kins for candle sticks.
The nit lir was a football and basket
ball benefit, IIH 1)111 l,v I'1" students
under the direction of Miss 1'arrott, to
u horn much of the success is due.
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WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT
I. S. WEATHER BUREAU, LOCAL OFFICE, ROSEBURC, ORECON
Week ending Wednesday, 5 p. m...0ct. 2fi, 1905
if.-: t . cc H
liiAiuiuiu leinpeiauurc l. . v
Minimum Temperature 54
T, 11 111 1 - .
naimaii tor rveea vacua
Total Rainfall since 1st of Month 2.89 9
Averaire Dreeipitation for this month for2Syeare 2.70 3
Total rainfall from Sept. I, 1905, to date . Uifi 3.64
Average rainfall from Sept. 1 to date 3.22
Total excess from Sept. 1, 1905, to date 42
Average precipitation for 28 wet seasons 33.13
THOS. GIBSON, OBSERVE
. .. I ' i.'ii'i.fi 'i'ii-riei' wii'ii' i'
Kveryone who attended pronounces it a
very clever HaHowe'en social, so the
witches have promised to return next
(ientiine cravenette suiting, full 50
inches wide, in stylish tan and gray
color effects the same quality thst
other stores ask f2. and tl.75 a yard for
at our store only, fl.50 the yard.
ROSEBURG S ROSES
"1 tell v. mi, this is the place to find
fine Mowers," remarked Mr. .!. C. Amie,
who arrived in this city from New Ytrk
City, this week. He was looking at
some handsome chrysanthemums which
were to be seen in the Plaindealer show
window. "Back in York state I have a
fruit farm which wa. handed down to
me by my father and it is -kept up and
is doing very nicely, bnt I am delighted
with what I have teen ol your country
along this particular line. Hut. what
pleases me most is the fine roses which
seem to grow here to perfection. Why
I don't believe there ia any other place
in the land where they are so tine as
they are right here. There seems to be
something in the soil and climate which
make it the ideal place lor their cultivation-
You cannot dwell too much upon
this matter lor it is something which is
worth w hile to notice. We can raise
tine fruit back east and California can
boast of her sunshine, but Douglas
county is the place to find fine rosea.
Don't be backward about telling of this
This leads the Plaindealer to mention
a matter which has beeu brought fre
quently to the attention of the editor,
and that is the plan of havingaouie kind
of au ri'uiijj at the Southern Pacific
depot grounds. Tho city of Ashland has
taken this matter up and now has a very
creditable display right at the depot,
w here the many passengers as they walk
around the grounds will sue and be im
pressed by it. Rot-eburg is the end of
a division and some most excellent ad
vertising of Douglas county's varied re
sources could he shown to a very good
apvautage if some place was provided
down at the depot. The trains stop
here some little time for lunch and dur
ing that pel led the passengers get out
and walk around to get a breath of our
tine ozone ami if thev could but catch a
glimpse ol what we have here, well,
there is no let ing what good might
When the Plaindealerman accosted
Mr. In R Moore, the popu'ar local rep-
I "OOTESl I
Time of Trains at
Roseburg; and at
Other Points in
mictiisoc mi iOverlamt Hail' NOKTiiaorxa
. leavi j Kxprru Train LXATKS
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Does tint atop f Slop on iiigntil.
Tiekeu lo hjisierii Point, and Europe, Japan,
rhlna. Houolutu anil Aiisiralia.
L . MIXIKK
A. U CK.vli..
Oen. Pans. Aat.
resentative of the Southern Pacific, that
gentleman expresses himself as moat
heartily iu favor of j ist such a move.
"I feel very sure that the company will
readily grant a place for such a build
ing here on the grounds and 1 cannot
imagine why they would not be greatly
in favor of it. At Medford they have a
very attractive exhibit of this kind on
the depot grounds au 1 it ia said to be
doing a great deal of good, Yes, I
would .like yery much to see just such
an exhibit on our depot grounds for I
think it would be very beneficial," con
cluded Mr. Moore.
When You Have a Bad Cold.
You waut a remedy that will not only
give quick relief but effect a permanent
You want a remedy that will relieve
the lungs and keep expectoration easy.
You waut u remedy that will counter
act any tendency toward pneumonia.
You want a remedy that is pleasant
and safe to take.
Dhamberlaiu's Cough Reuiddy meeto
all these requirement and for tho
speedy and permanent cure of bud colds
stands without a peer, For sale by A.
C. Marsters. n
MAIL SCHEDULE, ROSEBURG POSTOFFICE
Mall closes lor northbouo.il mum at 9 a. m.
and 10 :S0 p. in .
Mall .. for southbound trat us at 6 : 13 p iu.
and 4: 1.1 a. m.
Outer .in"! . ol poaiottU e open at all times.
ttealmry ail I Mouey OIV.t Window arj open
from 7 :0 a. iu. to I p. m. '
Man i' mill lljuurul 1 ilivery Wiiidiw. opou
from 7 :M a. m to 7 :im p in.
Above bourn daily , exoe-pt Sunday.
stamp and ti.meral Delivery Wiudows opau
Sundaya H:3U a ui to 10:30 am.
A W 1'IKKS, V. M.