The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190?, November 20, 1905, Image 1

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    THE TWICE-A-WEEK
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Vol. WWII
ROSKBUUC, Dl )U ! LAS COUNTY, OR1CC.ON, MONDAY, NOVKMBKIt 20, l!r,.
No. 03.
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Look Here!
COME A' RUNNING
To make room for new stock, I will
offer the popular STRANSKY
WARE for one whole week, from
THURSDAY, NOV. 23, UNTIL THANKSGIVING,
at 30 per cent, reduction from the
regular prices. A few prices will
give an idea of what the cut means
to money-saving buyers.
Bd lit! KiMtlcs, 13 quarts
I. II O II
Sauce Pans, with enameled covers
It II II II II
10 quart Coffee Boiler
3 " " Pot
6 " Lipped SftUCC Pans
j , 11 it 11 11
Dilh Pans
Tea Kettles
with Rice Cooken
5 1 - 7 s to
1.2.S to
1.75 to
I.50 to
. 2.25 to
1.25 to
. ,8j to
1.25 to
. 2.00 to
1 75 1,1
1.7 5 to
2.25 to
$1-25
.90
i-25
1.20
1 .60
.90
.bo
.90
1.40
1-25
'25
1 .60
Churchill, the Hardware Man
NEWS OF THE DAY
FROM ALL SOURCES
Items of Interest Gatheredand
Condensed for the Busy
Plaindealer Readers
. v. v : v jmmrjarjar
HERE IS THE PLACE TO TRADE '
If Yon Want to Gat Tonr Honsy's Worth Com and Saa Vt.
A '
We Handlo U Kinds of Boota and Shoos, The Beat for the money
First-Class Repairing Done at Reasonable Prices $
j L. COQDMHN NEXT TO EASTON'S GROCERY STORE S
0rron State Ntwi
stunt! 11. AntboBTi Ibo grial idvooota
ol woman' right! Km offered to donate
copies ol her work to tlin circulating
litirary. at Salem.
Quito a atlr up mnonii the
' "I l'ortland, in now in DfOgfana,
ami Ibara in much ooofootorj ensuing
from tlir t it r 1111 ill which hail remitted
Since laat August, Judge Iraaer ol
I'ortlmiil haa lined no less than Tl deal
m In toliari'o lor null lug tin- prod net to
nlOOrl mi has aeneil ILTh) ill lines
agalnat thnni.
The l.ane county court ha refuned to
grunt a franchise lor an electric line
lietween BOfOM ami Springfield, be
cause the bridge which in to be built in
MO weak ami too narrow.
Two eaiioa Ol smallpox at l-'.ugene have
niiin'ii inn aiitiiorities anil nvi-rjr pre
OMlloa la luing takon to prevent the
spread ol tba disease.
ProtMoal Rorllag ol the ObioajtOi
Mllwoukoo ami st. Paul railroad li on
Ibo coaat, presumably to mak arrange
BMMtl to extend Hi.it great liiiu out
thia way.
Tim statu llarlwr Commission dropped
into Pendleton t tin other day ami found
000 barber, a negro, plying his tiH...
without a license ami a lino ol (1(1 waa
i -diatcly assessed against 1,11,1.
Dotlav li oiporionciog a boon la tho
matter ol building lambor mill. Km
omoom jnt iaoponUoe and other
Mil' iM'tllg llUllt.
Two I reewster ealooOBMQ WON OMh
flood "' ami (J van aoontajMM oi in dojri
lor having VlohUOd the local optinii
ordinance.
a Portland pnige ha ooneloded that
Kilwanl Whale, aged ir yuan, con
foaaea to having r.ihliod tho Maryivlllo,
( '.il . hank ami aaya hit h,ii lieon coin
milling crime in iiiaiiy western state.
Acrou the Wittri
At a hull light which waa giviui in Old
Mexico, lor tlin entertainment ol tho
merican .Mining Congress, which ia in
OOMOfl at Kl I'aao, Tuiaa, a panic 00
curril.
Canadian nltlciala claim that UM Hrit
iahera decided tlin boundary dispute
tielweah that country ami thia, In lavor
uf tha I'nlted Htaloa, to ohtain lavor
with I'nclo Ham.
Count OflUtndarli brother ol King
l.noiold ami an heir to tho llclglan
throne, died, Iraving a ami who !a now
heir apparant.
Whil.. out hunting in Windsor forest,
King Kdward had tlin mialortiinii to
apraiu hla ankla, hut ha ia In th hand
ol hla phyaiciana and la now ahlo to look
allur H.ii,,i' hualnoaa inattnri. . .
A -i iikc la on throughout Uuatia and
tin trouhlo pnilniaca to coiitiniio. The
triknra do not look umiu WitlnV iifforla
to .'tttn inattnra, with lavor and thf
mill .iw nnra thrnatitn to cloaa down.
Alter two ynara of dangrroua work, a
iM'driKiui haa down hullt Uon the auiii'
mil of Mt. Ilium hy aotun Japamtae.
UarrOaO iaaaid to he learlul, leal
Kuaaia declare national bankruptcy In
the near lulure and thua repudiate all
uiitptanding obligation.
WOULD DRAW AWAY
FROM THIS COUNTY
Politicians in Josephine County Al
ready Beginning to Plan
Some Schemes
RAILWAYS ARE
LOSING MONEY
In a comprehensive article, in review
of thu railway OltaeliOB and the pleaa
: f ' governmental fllO IBOblBfl
ti tOOgb the ugency ol the luleratati'
('ominerce ('omiiiiaai in, the New York
"Journal ol Commerce .m l Commeri lal
I. in aaya :"
"When in March, IQ04, the Senate
re. net, t I the t'immla.ili to report the
principal changea in tariff ratea aince
.1 SO, I9W, With 'an MtlOMta ol the
ellect ol audi changea iiou tho groaa
y. s n
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
.i. t 'it our r I Af n i .
J 11 it otiv yuii . ' i i L. '-'ii .iwi. ,irt i- J ,Aal.l"
ly as Representtdi This is an Important Item when
it conies to buying .J ewclery.
Our Repairing and Rating
Of watches speaks for itself. Wo arc excelled
by none and take pride in the satisfaction which our
W0k always given.
J. T. BRYAN, The Watchmaker.
the hoya who are on the (alioet late Ol fevenuea ol the railway cor-
night are going to the bad.'juat as laal aa
I they ran do 0, He miun.U a note ol
warning to parent, advimng them to
keep their 1001 oil the atriteta at night.
U I in ir Sam'i Oamain.
Sixteen yenr-old Dorothy Carter, ol
ObloagO, who ia an heireaa to 010,000,000
fOrtDOe ia nilaiing. She pawneil aome
jewelery and ray away. She ia believed
to l. mentally deiangial.
lly the OBpejfJag ol yatrh. aeveu
ponOM were thrown into the HodOOfl
river, but were rescued by aailora from
the llritiah rruiaer, Kaaex.
Kvaugeline lt,,oth, commamler ol the
Salvation Army forcea in the United
poralliini during each lival year aince
then,' ' and rlo to rexrt the
cliHiigen in coat of oertloii and main
tenance of the railway for aald yearn,'
the Coiiiuiinainu replied that comparing
1160 With IMS, there waa an addition
to the grona earuinga, due to an advance
in the tariff ratea, aueiuiiting to l&.r,-
176,801
Thin atateineut waa liMWO to tie
iroaaly aOOfmOOfl by railroad critic
iiinl to involve an overatatemeiit to the
extent nl about SH.UUO.OUU. The Com
mltolofl lailed to anawer the rtueat lor
loloftUtiOO regarding the net revenue
an I OMl ol operation and miiiuteiiatice,
on the ground that the returua for the
The Itoguii Itlver Courier, of (iranti
I'aaa lakea iM'cnaion to ipiote one of Its
IMilitlclaiia afuir tbli faahion l
"Ai to mattera of leglalatlon, Mr
.lackaon I In livor of jlm cloaeat rela
tion Inline, n Jaekwin ami .loaephlne
OoaotlOfi Any ineaure that may be b
forii the legialalure or any law that may
lie paaned affeela one county ai much a
the other. Thia being the fact the dele
gation from the Kogue river countiea
iboOld lie o iltuateil that they could
work a a unit and thereby eiert the
greater influence. Al the legialatWe
apportionment of member now itamla
Jaekwin ami Joaephiue countiea are not
in the aame legialatlvn diitrict. Joae
phine county haa a repreaentativa all to
itaol! and a Joint aenator with Dougla
and I .line coiimht. Jackaon county haa
a aenator ami two repreaontativei of ill
own, and a joint repreentativ witli
Ihmgla county.
"I'mler the la wa of Oregon the legli
laturoia roqolfod to reailjuat the lena
torlal ami reproeiilatl ve diatrirti at the
llrai eenelon follow ing the taking ol the
OOtUUl hy both the itate and general
government. The atate cenaua waa tak
en thia year an it will devolve on the
iBi;iiaiure mat will convene next win
ter following the election ol next June,
to readjust the atate leuatorial and rep
re ntative diatrict. Mr. Jackaon fOVOfl
the plan of putting Jackaon and Joae
.huiit countiea iu the lame legialalive
diftricta ami he aaya that all the promi
nent men ol I... II partiea in hi loilnly
favor the phm. Aa now arranged the
joint senatorial diatrict oflane, Dotiglaa
ami JooopblM countiea gives uo advan
tage whatever to the latter county, foi
it leing the rmaller, either I.aue or
I'oiiglaa alwaya geta the joint aitnator
A thiHie countiea lay outaide ol llogiif
river valliy their intereati are often op
posite to that ol .loephine county and
ranator roalding 'n Kngeneo BofJflbfWV
would not lie o likely to work in har
mony with the representative ol this
county ai would a aenator who resided
liem In the valley. Josephine county
thui help! those big counties to increase
their representation in the legislature,
without the commemorate benefit that
would come If the county wai In a legii
tive dintrici that haa the fullest common
interests such ai the Kogue rivar conn
tie have. Jackaon county farea better
In Ita Joint representative with Douglas
county for It get! tha mam tier every oth
er time. The Increase in population in
Josephine and Jackaon countiei hai
been such that II is possible that tha
I wo counties might have a Joint aenator
and another representative.
"1'hli plan of joining Josephine anil
Jackaon countiei and of having a Kogue
river delegatiou In the legialalure il
heartily approved In thii locality."
NORMAL SCHOOL
AND TRUSTEES
Hrhool Kuporintendent Hamlin, of
Douglas county, aaki Attorney (ieneral
Crawford'! opinion ai to "whether the
board of director! of a school haa the
right under the lawi of Oregon to con
tract with the executive committee of
the lioard of regent! of a atate normal
school, allowing laid executive commit
tee to select nil teacher! and have ex-
cluaive control of aaid teachers, tha
board of directors turning over to the
xecutive committee all itate and other
fundi apportioned to laid district to
help pay the expeuaei of the atate nor
mal irbool, or uiuat the board of direct
or, of a school district contract directly
with the teachers."
lo which lr. Crawford replied: "I
am of the opinion that the board of di
re, tore ahotilil contract directly with the
lOOObOfia However, the board of dtrei t
ora and the executive committee ol the
rugentl might work together and each
mpto the same teacher, ami then the
board of directors would be contracting
directly with the teachers, and they
could pay out their money under the
late law to the teachen with whom
I hey had ao directly tracted. Salem
Statesman.
W -old ham or deli'ia
call at Jennings' P-akery. 7 Uf
Carpets Carpets
Pull line of all grades of Carpets on hand all
the tune, ranging in price from 20 cents to $1.45
per yard.
Statea nuiioiincea it aa her candid opiu- I fiscal year 1900 had not been compiled,
ion that living i to., high in New York though the tigurea ol nitrating ex-
BUY SHOES AT A SHOE STORE?
City (or a lalsiring man to raiae a family,
Mrs. Win. Roekofbllot killed the larg
est deer ol the aeaaon, at Mr. BOOkofol1
ler'a estate, In the Adirondack!. It waa
a buck ami was charging al her when
she ahot it.
John Carlon, a cattle buyer ol Chi
cago, whs made insane from having loo
! much money in hia poaae-aion. When
lound at one of the leading hotels, he
had $17, "Ml 011 hia person.
Jerome, who wai elected district at
torney in the recent New York l ity elec
tion hurt made an affidavit, to the elb , t
that be did not spend so much at mm
cent to aeciire hia election,
Mihm Mabel BolOOd haa la-en awarded
a verdict against John 0'Noil, a weiilihv
Chicago contractor, for f'i,(KK), on u'
breach ol promllt auit.
The mloUteral alliance ol Aberdeen,
Waali., has nominated u ticket for the
coming election in that city.
Hurt dinner, who is accused of hav
ing carried on a great laud scheme l
Seattle, Wash., hue been apprehended
Hinl is now on trial.
pensea were qoitO aa much in their Ha
aeanion aa those in regard to grim earn
ing!. Aa a matter of I act, Increasing
expenses have exhausted the incrnaeed
groaa earning! of the raflroada, so that
w hile the latter showed in IhXM an in
crease ol fUn.tsJO.UX) over 1008, the net
earnings decreased morn than $7,tXKl,(HK)
M OOtnpared with the previous year,"
Friend "Hooligan'
"Hooligan's Trouble!" will soon make
its advent at the RoMborfl T heatre with
a host of pretty girls, comedians ami the
original "Hooliajan" who will exsilit
bll troubles for the delectation of all.
The pictorial Illustration ol his mishaps
from the big Sunday Journals are fol
lowed out. Ilright music, catchy songs
and funny comedians are promised by
the lloschurg Theatre management as a
part of Hi necessary adjuncts to help
UOfold tho numerous tDd sidn Hplitling
oataitropl M that always overwhelm the
tagged hero. Scenic en vironients aid in
the ombollilbmont Ol hia tribulation..
We handle Shoes that are deoirable,
comfortable and fashionalde. Our stock is
very complete.
WE ASK YOUR JUDGMENT
If you want to get your money's worth,
come and see us.
OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENT
Turns out good work with neatness ami
dispatch.
PARROTT BROS.
ROSEBURG
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OREGON )
Attention, Ladies!
The Ladies of Roseburg and vicinity will be
interested in knowing that 1 am preparing to
take a limited number of pupils in
Q q ART EMBROIDERY Q
POINT LACE AND PAINTING
Meet me at Fisher & Bellows Co. Monday
Afternoon.
Mrs. R. Pargeter
Comforts
Best line of all-cotton filled Comforts we have
ever had, from 1.35 102.25 each.
Blankets
Full line of all-wool, Oregon-made Blankets;
also excellent line of Cotton Blankets at reason
able prices.
flattresses
Buy one of our cotton-felt or cotton-felt and
silk floss Combination Mattresses, and you have n
Mattress that will last a lifetime.
Complete line of Furniture,
ECangOl and Heating Stoves
at lowest prices consistent
with good values.
B. W. STRONG,
THE FURNITURE MAN
REMEMBER THE PLACE.
When you want your l'aiiama Hat cleaned and blocked, or your suit
Prataad and Oloanod. I aui also agent for ED. 11. PRICE, Chicago's
Lending Tailor.
G. W. SLOPER,
ROSEBURG. .... OREGON.
Maraterg . Co,
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lacouia, Wash. 1 night ut the opeta lioubtj.
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