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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 20, 1905)
AN EXCLUSIVE TREAT FOR THE LADIES
We have madr arrangements with the Ladies' Homo Journal to furnish our
store with their exclusive Patterns, each month, which tin" ladies of Rosenurg and
Douglas County can have for the very nominal prices of ten cents ami fifteen
THE PATTERNS ARE VERY PRETTY
And a Chart Model is furnished with each pattern. The ladies will appreci
ate this, as it bring home to them the distinctive and exclusive styles oi New
York aud Paris.
Furs, Wraps and Cravenettes ;t
creations of the weavers' art.
All the latest stvles
ml Dress Hoods, the
The People's Store
THE STORE OK EXCELLENCE
County Claims Allowed
Cannon's Book and
THEY ARE BEAUTIES
Set of Ten All Different
Cannon's Book and
ttat Here and There
, Itosvl.iiry flii-ittrr tin
BilKsl lo it)'ar nl 111
feV-(Wcek)Seoigte IlsrTH'r Co.
" nttrtUtMl TmuMci Co.
m Baas iimiM'o Co
ji FOR j
Choice Confecionery ,
Delicious Ice Cream
jl CALL AT j
Marsters New BlocH.
I. W. WRIGHT
Fire Insurance a .Specialty. Our rec
ord of honorable dealing and prompt
payment of losses for the past fifteen
yeare is a guarantee to the insuring
public of the absolute indemnity this
agency will provide in future. With
thanks to the insuring public for past
patronage, and soliciting a continu
ance of the same, I am, very truly,
J. W. WRIGHT.
P. J. Johnson, dentist, Grave's build
Lunch at Jennings' Bakery. 7411
With your oil or gasoline stove use the
CALIFORNIA toaster. Just as iiBe'l
on the wood stove. Its at Cburchills.
State Engineer John H. lowi left
for Roseburg last night on business con- 1
nected with his office, and will not be
back at the capitol nntil Friday. Thurs
day he will be at Mehama. Albany
Ladies, remember that you can get
the Ladies' Home Journal patterns at I.
Abraham's store. SMI
A glance at the show window of J. T.
Bryan, the jeweler, will convince the
public who carries the jewelry stock of
The Roseburg Plaindealer rails at
tention to the success of Mr. J. C.
Aiken, of Kuseburg, in the dairy busi
ness. Mr. Aiken, whu sell the cream
from 25 cows to the Roseburg creamery,
has no hesitation in saying that he
believes the dairying industry is destined
to become one of the most productive
resources of Douglas County. 'He figur s
that he made a clear profit of f'-ll per
cow on his herd in the past yeur re
Mondav evening the members of
Roseburg Lodge No. Hi, A. O. I'. W.,'
and D, of !l. No. 18, had one of those I
enjoyable joint social occasions, for i
which these orders are noted. And- fj,,
cedent impromptu program was render-1 fajrv
Boy your plows and harrow of S. K
Sykes. He has the best line to select
from. 84 if
Mrs. I . (Mseti, of Roseburg, who has
been visiting friends here, left for home
this afternoon Kugene Hoard.
Hue to the very bad stage road exist
ing between here and Roseburg, our
mail hss lately been having all kind of
"time of ita own." Last Tuesday it did
not get in until 1 p. m. Some remedy
for this delay should be found and the
proper means applied to produce a
much needed change. MarshhVId Advertiser.
(OOOCladad from lt Issue,)
The following is the list of Counlv
claims allowed at the November Tonn
of County Court, l!Wi ;
Kosehurg Furniture Co., roads 7 4.'i
Mrs p Kotohcll. Indigent . . It's 60
II R Diiniiilea, justice court... II so
Kelly ft Hanks, milgl ,v crlmac .' B6
Hugh Miller, dep sherllT Id 00
C K Wade, insane 00
I'laindraler I'litiCo, print, and
stationery fi2 so
Qttt l.ustafson, St tn Keynnlds .1 18
l J Jarvls, " " i hi
f 0 Mloelll, " " ,'i QO
90 Stewart, loq I'eteraelm .. 2 00
H O Wllktuson, " ... 2 00
t l' Morau, " ... 2 00
Raj Mil alien, " ... 10 00
S T Scott, " ... r 20
J L Woodaoa, " ... l 00.
J McCulloch, " ... I 00
t Callings, " ... I IK
J 0 Young, commissioner 211 40
Arthur Marsh, St vs Karnes . . 1
Klloua Ueeil. stenographer
I! Wright, grant! ju.y witness
Jno T long, St vs lloyle
" " Case
" " " Kast .,
" It Kllen el al
N l'.lowett, lint Barker
A M Sanders, "
A P Harrington, "
1 Wimer, "
A 0 McC.hohey, "
I M Tonnyaon "
Aaher Agee, "
J R Plolmi, lumber
M Mack, "
Kosepurg rurniiure company ,$
If you arc looking for Furniture,
Stoves, or Household Goods of any
kind, call ut ur store and examine
goods and get prices. : : : : :
4 Roseburg Furniture Company
Jennings' Bakery has lilted up a nice
lunch room. Everything neat and
clean. 74 1 f
Housekeeping Rooms Ask at the
Plaindealer office for particulars. They
are in a very desirable part of the city.
No children. 88 tf
A match game of football for the
championship of Southern Oregon will
take place at the athletic grounds in
Ashland next Wednesday afternoon at It
o'clock, between the Ashland Norm. 1
team and the Roseburg High School
team. This will be the best game of the
season so far and is being looked foi
wanl to with much interest. Occurring
o i Wednesday, it will give the busineis
men of the city a better Opportunity to
see it and an effort will le made to have
the stores close during the hour of the
game. The Normal will adjourn its
work for the day at 2:40 to give all the
students a chain to attend Ashland
"Hooligan ' Coming
LtOU Mills Lumber To, 1'inb'r
S K Sykes, " "
Warren Iteatty, " "
G K Houck,
J A Peteraeln, " "
U A Clodfeller, "
J K Birmingham"
C !. Joboaoo, " "
Jno T Long, "
A K Nichols, commissioner . . .
S K Sykei, grand jury wit
Clint Vaughn, "
R Grout, lumber
H T McClallen, aherifT feet. . . .
O C Setber, overpaid taxes . . .
F U Long, " " ... .
. N Agee, expressage
W J Moon, "
S Van Houlen,
E V Hoover, "
Wm Abeene, "
B 1' Drew, fruit inspector
U O Grout, lumber
Livingston l fro . lumber
Ilevlew Pub Co, priming and
Joe Smith, roads
W K Miller, indigents
Kruse .V Newland, initg. aid
G W Alderaon, indigents . .
J H 'ann, constable
Hoy Mcl'lallen, prand jury . . .
A F Hrown, overpaid taxes
G E Houck, insane and imlg .
Jno T LiOOgi St vs Heynold. . . .
Dick Cleveland, " " ....
HfJSIocum, " "
Q W Kiddle, In i'cterseim
All of tin- licst grndcH of staple and fancy
(iROCb'KltS kept constantly on hand.
And fresh fruit. Prompt service. Courte
ous treatment. H' I rock prices and good
goods are our lids for your tratle.
Roseburg Rochdale Co.
Jk The Co-Operative Grocery Store.
THE CELEBRATED BAIN WAGON, MILWAUKEE AND OSBURN
MOWERS AND BINDERS, VICTOR RAKES, FEED
CUTTERS ROLLING DISC PLOWS AND HARROWS.
HARNESS AND SADDLES A SPECIALTY
BEARD & CULVER the hardware dealers
ed, including musical selection, recita
tions and addresses and ending with
some tine refreshments.
If you have any metal, sheet-iron or
pi pe work to do call on Winnie liaddis
His work and prices are guaranteed to
I, J, Norman & Co.
SHERIDAN ST. NEAR DEPOT
STEARNS & CHENOWIiTH
OAKLAND AND YONCALLA
have Benicia Hancock Kotary Side Hill
lieversihle Disc Plows and)l)ouhle Disc's
Buffalo i'itts Harrows, Disc Cutters, I
llain Wagons, Majestic and Monarch ,
Malleable Iron Manges, no hot bltouiU,
but hot prices. Coyote wire fence by I
the car load. BJM1
plot of "Hooligan's. Trooblee"
bristles with diverting situation!
and brims over with startling climax. i.
Wholesome humor permeates every
line. There is an arrav of catchy
mui-ic, charming songs, pleasing
dances ami specialties galore. The
presentation at the ICosehurg Theatre on
Nov. 21st, will bet be comedy event of
Young Sam wishes to announce that
he has now the most complete stock of
Japanese ware ever offered for sale in
Koeburg. lie especially requests an
inspection ol his beautiful new goods.
China lilies for sale. BS-tl
Parbapt one of the jolliost affairs ever
attempted in this city will be given by
the members of Protection Tent, No. IB,
Knigbta ol tba Maooabaai This is one
ol the moat progressive orders in the
country and the local tent is no excep-
tii n, snd is fully abreast of the In
The coming event will occur Friday
evening, Decern!) t 1, and judging t y
some of the reporil which are floating
around, it will be one of the greatest
things ol its kind ever seen in tbis part
of the country. The members are on
the qa vive over the matter and nothing
will le left undone to make It u inoceei
Many visitors will be prion t from ,
adjoining tents to participate in the
For Sale by ! festivities of th occasion Several can
u didatoa win i tskeu "over the road, '
which is said to mean much, and there
will he "something doiug" all I lis time.
(Jmbrallaa Mendad I an now prepar
(1 to attend to Ibis for vou. hikI iny
Insomnia and Indigestion Cured worg , ,ora to please y.m. My rales
'LMt year 1 had a very severe attack i are reasonable, and! will call for ami
not sleep at I deliver the articles thus needing repair,
The Exact thing Required lor Con
stipation. "As a certain purgative and stor iach
purilier Chamberlain's Stomach and
Lifer Tablets seem to be the thing re
'lUired, strong enough for the most ro
Mist, yet mild enough ami safe enough
for children and without tnat terrible
griping so common to most purgatives,"
say K. S. Webster & Co., L'dora, Onta
rio, Canada. For sale by A. C. Mars
ters iV Co, u
Herb Y. Edwards Injured.
Herb. W. Kdwards of Des Moines, Is.,
got a fall on an icy walk last w inter,
spruining his wrist and bruising his
knees. "T he next day," he says, "they
were so sore and stiff I was afraid I
would haie to stay in bed, but I rubbed
then, well with Chamberlain's I'ain
liaim ami after a few applications all
sorenooi had disappeared.
A. C, Marsters & Co.
Hot coffee and sandw iches at Jennings
liukery. 7-1 if
O. .1. Ilacher for dental work, Abra
ham building. I'-tf
K T. Pierce was in from Ten Mile
Thursday and reports everything as of
yore, out his way.
Attorney C. S. Jackson, who is back
from atrip to Qlandale, reports tiiat
city us nourishing. He says the streets
are being graded and graveled and put
in excellent condition.
The many friends of Miss Hazel Jew
ett will he pleased to hear that her
health is much improved and that her
physician gives very encouraging reports
of her condition.
For crown and bridge work call on Dr.
A FAMILY SAFEGUARD
Let Us Do Your Hauling
Wo make ;i riporialty of handling; Tronka, Honaehold Goods,
ami almost avarjthing, The boat of osrs taken of anything
entrnitod to as. Losvojorden at the McClallen Hooao, or at
Kru.se & Newland'a,
CITY TRANSFER CO.,
F. 0. NEWLAND, Proprietor
O. K" TONSORIAL PARLOR
T. D. WBATHBRFORD, Propiirtor
Bhaving and Hair Cuttittg. Hot ami Cold
JJatlis. The Up-To-Date Establishment.
If you want to buy a farm
! If you want furnished rooms
If you want to buy a house
If you want to rent a house
If you want to build a house
If you want to move a house
If roOdOO't know i'AT L L lluf t,,,ricr,n
Call on oreddress... t t, MBbIBFIOO,
Have you Been it; the celebrated
CALIFORNIA toaster? Vou will find
it at Churchill's Hardware.
Knunieled Ware with a Ave year guar
antee, ritrausky Ware. SS-7t
of indigestion. I could
night ami snltered DQOSt excruciating
pains for three hours after each meal.
I was troubled this way for about three
months when I used Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets, and re
ceived immediate relief, says John
Dixon, Tullamure, Ontario, Candada.
For sale by A . C. Marsters & Co.
Kor bom '"WOtk cushion covers a spe-
clal grade haevyi ologeljr1 woreo ean
VaaiaabaO le .. necessary. We have it
lu Jutt the light widtbi so that not an
inch is wasted. Josephson's. UOtf
Leave oraeri ui my place on Mill ntreei,
(MMM W. A. (iiiKSK.
W. M. Uarvitf is ui the city from
Myrtle Point, where he is in the livery
business. He says he makes frequent
trips to this city with his stajjc, bul that
he rimi-t net at least L'5 for each trip,
ebether he hai one or several paeteu
rhaebryeanthemuni show will beheld
in the building formerly occupied by
Fisher it Bellows, instead of the Matth-
ew's hall as advertited.
Dr. r,tn srTftnpes with lbs Klscs ol IJr. Bo.
y f. handle heiefaaioeeUofils's tiiut
Tbroet and Lueg cure,
QThe best family safeguard is n reliable
bouaehold madlcine that will cure croup,
eougha, colds, chilly sensation, running
eves and none, sore thront and bronchial
affections that will keep the children
proof against all contagious discuses.
QSuch a medicine is Boachee'i Germag
Syrup, which has a record ol 35 years ill
the cure of consumption, catarrh uud ull
ImiK and bronchial liouhies.
SJTne lame of Qenuan Byrap ns a con
sumptive cure, since its purchase by Dr.
QrtOM from the niece of the famous Dr.
Boachati has extended to all parte of till!
earth. It has hij; lalai everywhere, is
I'l'wo sizes, 25c and 75c, J
A. C. MARSTERS DRUG CO
A .s K
It HitS the Spot.
It Brings the Trade
The Whiskey that pleases all
Nothing Finer. Nothing Batter.
TEN YEARS OLD GUARANTEED
JUKI, JACOB & CO. Distillers, Cincinnati, Ohio
K. B. lATUWft Agent, Roseburg, Oregon