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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1905)
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THE BETTER FOR US
FARMERS' REAL ESTATE CO.
OFFICE OPPOSITE RICE a RICE, CASS STREET
We have some Exceptionally Fine Farms,
City Property and Timbeilauds in large and small
tracts for sale.
Best compauies represented Town and Coun
try property insured.
1 1 i MONEY BY MM
Anyone wishing to sell their property can
do so by listing it with us. Write for price list
of Farms and City Property.
D. R. SHAM BROOK, Prksidhnt
N. F. THRONE, Skcrktary
Wc will tag and display any Grain or Produce
brought to our office.
1 1 II IBS 1 51 m
I "HIT TH: TRAIL TO "V
KRUSE & NEWLAND S
FOR COOD CROCERIES J
Kditor Slum nc In on cum ol hix high
horaeit again, tliin week Mini proceed I
"road tlio not not" to all parlitt wlm
dare think tlint there in any oilier way
for the Southern l'aoitir to build I roml
I to tint roast, favi liy way of hid low n.
, Whirl ho goes after tho Marrhlicld
"Sun" for dating to insinuate thai
I more direct Una could I had from Hot- '
burn, '" ho throws out inttaaatiOM 1
1 1 ich wtMrd look an though lie meant
I to ini'ltnle everyone who did not m
Hung nil a lu area them. Tho Plata
1 doalor id not trying to tear dow n one I
part of the county to buildup another
part, hut believes in working lor the
host interests of all. It believes that I
1 the greateet gixxl can U obtained ly all I
landing together and to t his end it i
laboring. So, it avers that Hro. Sluitt'n
shoot, if intended to bit up thin way,
went amiss its mark. The Plainiloalrr ;
is first, last and all the time, a coiiutv
paHr and ad has been fictjucnlly stilted, J
it is here In work for the whole of Poug
las county. Among other things, Kd.
Shiitt has tins to say :
"The Southern Pacific Co., knows
that this is the only natural, water-level
outlet to Cook Itey and the ocean and
that this road can be built and main
tained at alxnit one-third less agpenM
than from any other point on their main
Hue ; besides making it almoat on a
straight line from Cortland to the Inv
alid that is why this route was selected.
There n not the slightest doubt in the
world that thin road will he built and
perhaps completed by this time next
dru a bottle on me. Says tie you'd
bettor try altoiit three fingers o' this
kind o' harmony wot the Democrats use
ItiaU I learned wot a good thing reel
Harmony id. Hut I misdoiit thut linker
has lei the pel c r i pi i. in gel mixed mid in
dodin' un out o the wrong hollle.
YtAN K". httVi ImI Ii Mf k Ittiir rtlli,
Ftowt fbt ('niiuft Mm mm rit'Nt ,
Ttt vulo ttitiotif tin- link crown fl hill
Ohm i.KiifM fcionttf.
All lM country Ui,lU jtrmnl ami fro,
Kouml thin lurvlv ti knew
"1 Hill Mm i a HQ hvrat, " UloilMht hr.
Ami tho thought t'Kik form ami grvw.
V -it 'kly MOM) from far nnl MM,
To ihla val Ol racv ami rrat
A tut (ho thought of lhat lrav titMHtf
By Un it itwvlUiiK wa xpre tl
Yoari roll il on. Whrrv. (m. by siarkllu rllU
Hlio- aiol lor The BttMjtM ROWS)
In thai vnl among; tin- .ak cmwu hills
w hiii- and (lr a city ruao.
1 ong aa thru the rallrya arret, ami hlaml
Watt-r of i tic DalMjIU itow.
For tho Klaht may KowhurK cvrmtaml,
An ! In iiiatcliltfaii hoauiy grow.
kLOOM II A UN KhB.
Hoavbuig, Oregon. Oct. W, llW .
W. L. COBB REAL ESTATE CO.
Office, 309 Jackson Street, Roseburg, Oregon
We attend to your business for you, buy
and sell Real Estate, negotiate loans. For
anything in our line write or call on us.
CASS STREET MARKET
jjj We have Our Own Delivery. Cm
LOUIS KOHLHAGEN, PROPRIETOR
Fresh and Salt Meats. Fish, Came and
Poultry in Season.
A complete t-tock of
all the best brands of
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
The iwople of Pr in and northern
Pouglaa county would lie pleased to nee
a road also hoilt from Koeehurg, and for
that matter, from every other town itn
. the line. Hut they object to this "dog
in the manger" policy of trying to knock
( every project and improvement that in
I not in the immediate locality of the
knocker. Such a rontemptihie policy in
I what has retarded the development (
1 this country and kept il 5(1 years behind
TRAMPS AND CROOKS
Tuesday night wan Hallowe'en Cm
vigil of all Batata' Day, rhaoll is de
clared one must be very careful about
wandering alniut (incautiously. Witches
uu broomsticks, ghosts, snnkn, demons
with tails and hornn, goblins, spirits,
vsuipiren, jablierwmiks ami all their re
lalionn are out in full force. It is their
picnic night and they are certain to ba
troublesome i! you hapen to crosn their
The occasion was duly observed hero
iu Koseuurg All night long the streets
were frequented by strange looking
sights ami the small Imy, as well as his
older brother, was up to some prank'.
The next morning the inert liantn weie
to he aeen out wanhing the noapoff their
front windows. Uataa which could he
removed were lound to be minniug and
1 there were many nuch evidences of the
amusement which had U-en going on
the night before.
WE HAVE TAKEN IN HAND
The collar question saving our
customes a lot nf annnvnce frum
and sore , nocks.
Notice ' J J' the pure
white 1 teXL o 1 o r .
domestic finish and general ap
pearance of our laundering no
comparison to the ordinary king.
ROSEBURG STEaM LaLNDRY
Kosehiirg in getting a good reputation
along Mime lint s widt h have not been
tOOCbad 0 pOO ami lor which City Mar
shal Jarvia tlenervea thanks This is as
to the wide lierth which tramps and
crooks are giving this city. True, on
in a while Mamhal larvin rOOJadl upa
batch of them and then gives them a
! "floater" to get them out of the place,
or else puts them to work on the streets,
until the report has gone abroad in the
' land among the "knights of the road"
to avoid Koteburg. Such a reputation
! is worth having anil it douhtlesn ac
counts, in a greut measure, for the few-ne-H
of the hold-ups and the rare occa
sions when housebreaking is rep -ted.
Let the good work go on and no one in
Koseburg will feel sorry if this claas nf
"toarists" give us the go-by.
THE ' PEACE CONFERENCE
As vlewsd by the Rabbitville Corrtspondtnt tf
The Irregon Irrigator.
tlon and nrovc a
UNSEEN DANGER IS ON OLR TRACK
From the time of our birth till we He
own for the last nine.
tjett lUfaw from the dangers of
dinttase i- vigor of
btnlv ami activity
Ol l lie natural func
tion" Tht kind iif it
hUuuux la lni;Kirt
a nt. It must not
! stlnulation fr
that glvaa inn tem
porary effect, and
t he reaction .- more
t h a ii de Dressing.
Tiikt a ton it
that w ill ru-i ."t.tl
Hnh narmal dlgi i-
t ion uml as-iimla- !
rMt iiisf ri .i' 1 1 t-i. r..il...i
uiao a promoter or waste. This will rlre
io-..n o fntt cJlatu to put in mottou
uormal work of r. ; air ami ti-suo building. J
SurJi a u.mu was grown in Katurea
Laboratory, hkUen In the ground ami
hrougUt thence forty yearn ago hy Ur. '
II. . Pierce, tvho hat made the treat-
mei.t nf lingering dlaensos bis life-long
Study a'td car.-.
He uses glyceric extraeti Inataad of
ale lie oue, exactly proiMirtloned and 1
opmblnad I y nrosesaee ol hu own inven- I
lloo, Brai a soil In I - private practice and j
now given o.t freely u 'lie world in his i
"tioldon Mndlc4l Uiacovery," which III
con,.-t .i ( dolden heal root. Quoen't I
root, Stone root, Black Chiny Dark, lilood- I
rmi and Mandrake root, I
Mr.. A. T. J ne. of at) llajvs (street, la '
Franel . ... ' !.. wrliMii "A. .a.u.i i ... I
lu'i' ao . ami great earn , taken of ma ,
o of tat raw Ives iiml died of I
lltuuugb ui iuiImt uml mother ,
I area un urltii only tin or- I
MtS of nil 1,11. lien, hut atnait
iu I UJUtiatUil u u rnre cold. I
t ye Id I ' such hume-ln ul-
liy )y. Doit tun Were tried, but !
i 'lis of 'liiv ifeaiuieiit I I
Then I was kdrlaed to try I Jr. !
M'.'liml IjIsCOVHI-l'. anil hm '
glad to aay thai throe bottles not only cured i
rnuof ih ' ulu - cough. Out mane nit: feel I
better iban i n rhttd before, i will always
nave a bottle of tab) mod lob w in the huue." I
, aae Uny, sugar-coated ami-
tVv till Ions, granules regulate ur o
.UL Ii vigors Ut HUiniaeh. Liver and
. Bowebl Do not beget the "plU
tiablr," 1 ut 'oiiHllpstlnii (mo or two
iai'h dr f t laxative nun ri-irulalor, Ihn-e
or four r 1 ctlve catbartle. mice tried
ah. ,ir II i r, I'm uiiluvlaUi always
freab at, ! ' 'e.
In the same old place
with more added.
We have now enlarged
our restaurant entrance
on both Sherdian and Cass
MOSIER STANDS FOR BEST MEALS
hoc i .
f ill:. :
Ilieut K .
SYRACUSE STEEL PLOWS
SYRACUSE CHILLED PLOWS
BUFFALO PIHS SPRINC-TOOTH
BUFFALO PinS SPIKE-TOOTH
BUFFALO PITTS FLEXIBLE-DISC
S. K. 8YKES
I junt arrove from 1'ortland, where 1
went to the Harmony meeting and am
fuller of Harmony nor a billy billy goat.
It wan a grate meeting. It was made up
of . kinds of people and ' kinds of folks.
First they wan a big crowd of people
what has otlices. Then they wan an
other big lot w ho want offices and a
right smart ipiinklta' of fellers what lias
a office but wants a better one, und then
there wan me ami a few other privata
folks and Mrs. Wooilpekker what .lie
kivvered Koosevelt, but we all w.sht
he'd a M n her lirnt. Some of the fellers
went with a brick in one pocket and a
rock in another and a uife up their
a'.eeve. W. TwOOt, who has a darned
gootl office, but w ho hat a eye on longer
ii.-riii.iiii.- job, he turn a rock nt
thu mouth ol the Columbia und tht:
of a brick at Celilo, then dru bin nile on
1'ortland bitfore be got sot on. Mr.
Bakar , who la lookin liar deal for a big
cargo of Harmony, red a beautiful talk
tellin' of us that Oregon is the banner
Republican state, 'tremenjoiis villa;
which moat be piea-m' to the Democrat!
who has most of tint best offices, Cite
in I'ortlnnd I was told to move on by a
Democrat policeman hired by a li-uio-i
rat mayor and a Democrat.' deputy
work in' lor o Democrat sheriff made me
stop spittin ; and if I'd got arreuted I'd
bin pr.e iciied by a Democrat promcutor
Itefoar a Democrat judge, and if I'd a
lauded in jail I'd a had to go to a Demo
crat govnor lo git out o' hock. Ho I suye
to Mr .'laker nays I let's give the Demo
crats the Harmony and us take the of
fices, hut he said if we'd all git pluni '
lull ii' Harmony we could git down on
our nees everv uitu and thank God we!
lived in a statu where a Democrat in
without hope. Hut 1 says says f I'posta1
we lend vlr. Ileuey a few big ilones of
liar moy lor if he keeps on in his wicked
ways tln-re wont be enough ol uu He
publiBMt oui of jail to fill the offices.
.1 tint then a feller wuuk at me and I ml I
Icred him around the corner whuu he
Mr- Margaret Catching was born
in ( lav county, Miwuiri, ami died at
residence of her daughter, Mfi, I. It.
Kiddie, at Kiddle, (ire., Oct. -.'7, ltS'i.
aged 75 years.
Mrs. Oatchtsg'l maiden name wait
I Wilson. In 1MB she crossed the plains
with her father and entered thin western
ruuntry and on the t'th of May 117, was
united in marriage to John Catching, a
worthy pioneer of sterling character and
re- te. hy all who knew him. In IH'il
he entered Cow Creeg valley being three
lay lieliind the first settlers in the
' ...ant . I HI valley, under the sod of w hu b
he and his wife now rest.
Mrs. Catching was the mother of ten
children, seven of which are now living
They are as follows: Mrs. J. II. Kiddle.
Kiddle, Ore.; Lewis Catching, sheep
Cam i , Calif.; (ieo. Catching, Spring
Held, 're. ; Seym ur Catching, Kiddle,
Ore. ; I..-. Catching, I'ortland, Ore. ; Kl
mer Catching, North Hend, Wash., and
Mrs. Olive Myoatt, of Itellingham,
Words are inadequate to express the
worth and true christian character of
Margaret Catching or ( irandmother
Catching, as she waa commonly known.
She was for years a mom 19 r of the Hap
list church and her life was one of Her
vice to the cause of Christ. In her life
time shi- had all the hardships of a fron
tier life to meet yet she was true to
the end and has now gone to her richly
deserved reward. Although of consid
erable age her intellect to the time of
bar death was not impaired in the least
and her presence wherever flie went
was gladly welcomed Hers was it
cheerful, hopeful nature and not a few
will remember the encouraging words
iihe had tor all. Though she is gone
from our midst her memory still lives
and though we will miss her yet we
know thai our loss is her gain for elm
lias gone to be with Him whom she
served so faithfully w bile on earth.
Ladies, remember that you can get
the Ladies' Home Journal patterns at I.
Abraham's store. Hl-tf
Blacksmith Tools Tor Sale.
Blacksmith tools, complete for aet
heavy work, l'rice 30. Address Kox V2,
jt ion j
j BaKery Delicacies,
! Choice Confecionery,
Delicious IceCream I
M CALL AT j
: JENNINGS' BAKERY
A. D. BRADLEY
All kinds of Household and other goodi bought and
sold. DottM fail to see our large stock of NIC W
FURNITURE and HARDWARE.
A D. BRADLEY
LIVERY, FEED & STAGE STABLES
C. P. BARNARD, PROPRIETOR
FIRST-CLASS RIGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
AND AT REASONABLE BATES.
STAGE TO MARSHHtLD, NORTH BEND AND ALL COOS COUNTY POINTS
LEAVES DAILY AT 6 A. N.
FOUR-HORSE STOCK-QUICKEST TIME TO THE COAST
STABLES CORNER WASHINCTON & ROSE STS , ROSEBURG. PHONE 661
Mariier'a New BlotK.
CONUUMfTION, COUGHS. COLDH, BttONCHITIB
ABTMMA. mORm THROAT HOAR9KHKm
WHOOPING COUGH AND COUP
DO NOT DELAY
Until the drain on vour avatam oroducaa nurmanant disability. The human
i breathing maehlnary ia a wonderful ayttem of tubea andoella. To have good
health it mutt be keut In eaod ordar. A COLD ia cmiiderad of no imrjor-
tance. yet If it wt.a known by It's proper name of "threat Inflammation,"
' r "oongeatlon of the lunge," ita dangerous character woald be nppre-
I elated. When a cold, make ft appearance ua at once Ballard's Hor
' koS SfTOf) which will ajx edriy nvercon.e it.
WHOOPlN5 COUGH and CROUP Require Prompt Action. SNOW
LINIMENT eppliaa to the throat and cheat gives wonderful relief, while
Ballard's Horahound Syrup will rapidly stop the rtolent paroxysm of
ooughirur. IT IS THE ONLY C0U0H REMEDY THAT WILL
POSITIVELY CURE WMOOPINO COUGH AND CROUP.
BEST FOR CHILDREN
Uai Lf t,A A i .,, , : . . i . -ii i . i . - 'I'..- ltu. t I M ' ' -
lasts. u nuaiiin, , i r. B . , a -i . , wiiwe- a n(i' Uou naiiuiu
nirUouD(l Syrup uod AdiI U lha UKftT mod lei no for oroup, vouyba ud
t.ij'J My cblidrttu um Uu4 li la (jleosaul to Uke and QtUOttlf our. n
SAFE AND SURE Three Sizes, 25c, 50c. SL00
The Cblldna't Favorlu leasee? tvery Bollla Gaaranleed
Ballard Snqw Littiment Co., St. Louis, Ho.
SOLD AND REtiOMMINDID BY
A. C. HARSTERS & CO.