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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1905)
AN EXCLUSIVE TREAT FOR THE LADIES
We have made arrangements with the Ladies' Home Journal to furnish our
store with their exclusive Patterns, each month, which the ladies of Rosenurgand
Douglas County can have for the very nominal prices of ten eents ami fifteen
THE PATTERNS ARE VERY PRETTY
And a Chart Model is furnished with each pattern,
ate this, as it brings home to them the distinctive anil
York and Paris.
All the latest
ami Press I iod
ereations ot the weavers art
The ladies will
Furs, Wraps and Cravenettes i
The People's Store
STORE OF EXCELLENCE
HAD A FINE TIME
Cannon's Book and
THEY ARE BEAUTIES
Set of Ten All Different
Cannon's Book and
Stat i Mien Store.
lis. - t
xt th i ' Hymn s
Here and 1 here d
BIll.M to tffWI ill llie.Kiwtiiinj l'tiiatir the
oll'H Isjg ilnti'S :
M li (week)Seafgta Rarpaf GO,
" II Hooligan's TrmiMos Co.
" Hall HntiK'll to.
Buy your plowi nml harrow ot 8. K.
Skes. Me ha the liest UOfl to select
Friday evening the Pratbytarlani t
tin oily IihiI tiu ilrst of ii aerie oi
social, which iinv pro pom iiiviuij dur-
Iiik tha winter months. Tha ohorah
had bMB lastafully deoorated tor tha m
enssiou, t'hryHHii 1 1 kmii ii in h being very
much in evidence. A liirirn audience nh
setuhled tu enjoy the program mul then
remained tu participate in tin- social
li'iiluri'. OfM nml nil pronounced ' "
divided niece mul tin menilier ol Um
Lad las' Aid an to he congratulated on
their success ii h gDtnrtatOSrf,
1 1 n M. L. Eddy was ohown pn
Ming offlcar nml announoad tha lol)ow
Inn proa raw :
Organ Voluntary . . v. W. Thackrah
''Tha Gloria" (nun Moaarti Mass Noa
Hymn No, tu Congregation
I I'niviT W, B smith, ot Oakland
Address ol Welcome . . I'lii' I'a'toi
Song ... ... Morton Hadlay
"In thr Boll in of tin' Daap, BlnaSaa,
U't dm Blaap"i
Dnai Minn Rr kaon, Mw Parrar
'Oh Tail l , Marry Birds".
Two Part Bong, Mr. Flint, Mra. Mad
doX Mrs l.iiiin nit i Mihm Brickton
''Bwaal Babbath Mot n".
Address Mr. Willis
hir. .... irs. wadfloi
iirn tha Deai Dropi Ki"s tha Dallies
Nuin Mi" Farm
1 1 - No. W Congrogatloo
llclrcshineiit uinl - . I lino.
Roseburg Furniture Company
If you ire looking for Furniture(
StoycSi or Housohold Goods of soy
kindi fall at mir store and exntnino
",oils ami ;;"'t pricos.
4 Roseburg Furniture Company
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Choice Confecionery, I
jt CALL AT j
Marster't New BlocK.
J. W. WRIGHT
Fire Insurance a Specialty. Our rec
ord of honorable dealing ami prompt
payment of losses for the past fifteen
years is a guarantee to the insuring
public of the absolut 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.
I, J, Norman & Co,
SHERIDAN ST. NEAR DEPOT
STEARNS & CHENOWETH
OAKLAND AND YONCALLA
have Benicia Hancock Kotary Hide Hill
Keveriible Disc i'lowa andDouble Diac'a
Buffalo Pitta Harrowa, Disc Cuttera,
Uain Wagons, Majestic and Monarch
Malleable Iron Ranges, no hot biscuits,
but hot prices. Coyote wire fence by
the car load. H3-tf
Have you seen it ; the celebrated
CALIFORNIA toaater? You will find
t at Churchill's Hardware.
Housekeeping Kooina Ask at the
Plaiuilualer office for particulars. They
are in a very desirablu part of tl.e city.
No children. 88 tf
P, J. Johuson, dentist, Grave's builil
Lunch at Jenuinirs' Bakery. 74tf
With your oil or gasoline stove une the
CALIFORNIA toaster. Just as useful
on the wood stove. Its at Churchills.
tieo. Jones on Saturday shipped n
handsome black Minorca cock r.?l to F. C.
Mellett, of tilendale. The beautiful bird
was sired by the prize cookrel recently
owned by Mrs. Short and is a tine speci
men of the feathery tribe.
I.ailii-H. remember that you can get
the Indies' Home Journal patterns at I.
Abraham's store. Sl-tf
A glance at the Bhow window of J. T.
Bryan, the jeweler, 'will convince thr
public who carries the jewelry stock ol
Roseburg. M rt
Company D, Koeeburg's popular mili
tary Organisation, lias received authori
ty from Adjotant-Ganaraii W. K. Flnaar
of Portland, to build new lockers ami
gun racks in the New Armory. They
are now being designed and will be
built I y the J. li. Flook Co.. at a cost of
about f-tX). they will be tiuished up to
correspond with the handsome quarters
which the company now iias iu its new
Fur the next ten days only, our regu
Utr M shirtwaist suits will go or S8 SO
our renglar 10 values for 7.S0. At
Joaaphaon'a 88 tf
City Marshal Jarvis ha boan having
some of the prisoners from the ( ity jail
clean off the fiuares, at the various
street crossings. He wishe the proper
ty owners between the blocks would do
likewise and this would make the streets
so much lietter than toey iiave tieen.
Marshal Jarvis reports th it J. Brook,
who owns the block in which the Wo -lenhurg
Bros, store is located, has ex
pressed a willingness to grade and grave!
his part of the street between Main and
Jackson, abutting on this proierty and
now the bank people are thinking of do
ing likewise, which would greatly im
prove a piece of street which has been
very bad, every winter.
Hot coffee and sandwiches at Jennings
Ah goods purchased of J. T. Bryan,
the jeweler, will be engraved, free of
Burr Jones was arrested on a charge
of violating the ordinance which pro
hibited the selling of meats on the
street without a licence. He has en
gaged Attorney Albert Abraham to de
fend him, and proposed to test the said
ordinance, by appealing1 the case to the
circuit court, in case it goes against him.
fie says that he offered to take out the
regular meat market license, but refused
to pay the $5 per dayw hich the ordi
nance places upon all who sell on the
streets, unless it is in cases where the
farmer kills his own cattle and thus of
fers it for sale.
Horb W. Edwartfa injured.
Herb. W. I'., I wards of Del Moines. la..
got a fall on an icy walk last winter,
spraining hit wrist and bruising his
knees. "The next day," he says, "they
were so tore and itiff I waa afraid I
would have to atay in bed, but I rubbed
tbem well with Chamberlain's Pain
Balm and after a few applications all
soreness had disappeared. For sale by
A. C. Marsters & Co. n
If you want cold ham or delicacies
call at Jennings' Bakery. 7 HI
Pie Social at Melrose.
'Die. Ladies' id Society of Melrose w ill
give a pie nodal at the schoolhouse Sat
urday evening, Dec. U. All arecordiully
If you bate any metal, sheet-Iron or
plpa work to do call oa Winnie Qaddla.
His work and prices are guaranteed to
For crown and bridge work call on Dr.
Prol. (ieo. Crane, who has lieen teach
ing the Rice Creek school for the past
three years, was at the county seat, Si
tirday. When asked by the reporter,:
he said that his school was progressing
nicely and that most excellent work is
lieing done by the pupils.
Insomnia and Indigestion Cured
Last year I had a very severe attack
of indigestion. I could not sleep at
night and suffered most excruciating
pains for three hours after each meal, i
I was troubled this way for alsmt three
months when I used Ctiainlierliiin's '
Stomach and Liver Tablets, and re
ceived immediate relit f, aays John I
Dixon, Tullamore, Ontario, Candada,
For sale by A C. Marsters iV. Co.
Frank Burrik, one of Melrose's repre-I
sentative citizens, was transacting bus:-!
ness at the county seat, Saturday.
For burnt-work cushion covers a six- '
cial grade of heavy, closely-woven can
vas is absolutely necessary. We have it
In joat tha right width, so that not an
inch is wasted. Josephson'. !)tf
Mr. H. F-. Pitt write from River
side, Cal., asking the Plaindeiiler to
bring him the Douglas county new
every week, for he expect to come up
here and make this his future In, inc.
It is a pleasure to comply with such
A very pretty party wai given by Mr.
F. W . Haynes, at her home on Rose
streel, Wednesday afternoon, in honor
of her little daughter, Teka's fourth
birthday. Fifty little folks had been in
vited to enjoy the affair and they had a
right jolly time of it. The mothers ol
some of them were also in alien lance
unit likewise had a nice time. I.iitle
favors iu the shape of tissue paper caps
were given each Isiy ami girl, and these
were worn out to the dining room, where
delicious refreshments were to be had,
and where each little guest was present
ed with a little cake, uoii which naaa
little birthday candle. It was a very
uuliue and enjoyable affair.
Did you hear the cry " lliiinliedn nf
tar hundreds of monument and tOttD
stones cry out in anguish over the load
of moss and grime deposited on them by
Those silent sentinel over the last
resting place of departed friends (eel de
based by their uusightlv appearance
and ask lor a new dress. sk to once more
stand smiling mid contented, with the
appearance nl (ball Brat coming
A few of the old ones now wear that
smile ol welcome to iriend and strangers.
Apply to Marsters Bros, for Informa
tion or addJes 0. A. Berkman, Rose
burg. He will make the old hsik like
SB tf ('. A. Berkman.
SANTA C LA US
will arrive at lis headquarters, a usual, with
Beard & Culver
about December it, with a full line of Holiday
i iooils, consisting of
Dolls, Doll Heads, Mechanical Toys of all kinds,
Stoves. Dishes, Shoo-fly Rockers, Game Boards.
all kimls; in fact, anything to make the children
fjlad. Aud, as heretofore, yon will find our
Prices Lower than at any Other Place
when quality is considered. Before you make
your purchases, call and look over our stock, as
wc will be pleased t .show ybu ur line, whether
you huv or
M I N I N r. i
Mii7Hir7 kps you
ivri rtrh mouth an Imlrxof allira-
pormnt article nppramiK in uvrr .10 1
American (in, I f-.rrin imtilicatiutll, alio
atxtract of the most valuable article!
in 1 from four to right origins! articles j
by practical tuimuir men, fully illu.
Iratrri. ciOq y,-.,r in mlvanif.
ample copy, 30 cent, srml
120 Liberty Street
Regular S, 7 and value in men's
flna trOtlSerS, including 'he very llnest
garments in our entile stock, are 1 .tiered
lor the next ten day at the Dniformlj
reduced price of IB, Baa them ill our
window. At Josephson'. K.'t tf
Exclusive novelties iu ladies' kid
gloves at Josephson's. !.! If
A Judicial Inquiry
A well known traveling man who
visits the drug trade says he has often
heard druggists inquire of customers
who asked for a tough medicine,
whether it was wanted for a child or for
an sdult, and if for a child they almost
invariably recommend ('hamhc Mains
Cough Ramady The reason (or this is
that they know there is no danger from
it and that it always cures. 1 here is
not the the lesst danger iu giving it,
and for coughs, colds and croup is is on
MrpaaaatL l-or sale by A. C Marsters
All of the best
les of staph' and fancy
listautiy on hand.
And fresh fruit.
nt. Bed rook prices
i'ni tor your trade.
aiul '.'ip nl
j lhe '.o-uperauve urocery store.
THE ECONOMY MARKET
GEORGE KOHLHAGEN, Proprietor
Wholesale and Retail Butcher
Tin: best the Market
All kimls of Stock Bought and Sold.
Let Us Do Your Hauling
We make a ttpi'cialty of
ami almost everything,
entrUHteil to Qg, heave
Kruno t Newlsad's,
handling Trunk a, HoossbnM Goods,
Tha DSSt of rare taken of anything
orders at the lloClslltfl Mouse, or at
CITY TRANSFER CO.,
F. D. NF.Wl.AND, Prupriator
We make up fine Candies erery day. We are ag
ents for Peters' Milk Chocolate, the Alden Can
dies, and the FamouBamona Sweets.
Try One of Our Hne, 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.
"O. K." TONSORIAL PARLOR
T. D. WEATHHRFORD, Proprietor
Shaving and Hair Cutting. Hot ami Cold
Baths. Tim Up-To-Dute Establishment.
Jackson Street. Roseburg, Oregon
BELL'S CANDY STORE,
A s k
It Hits the Spot.
It Brings the Trade
The Whiskey that pleases all
Nothing Finer. Nothing Better.
TEN YEARS OLD GUARANTEED
VIM. JACOB & CO. Distillers Cincinnati, Ohio
V. B. MATIlliWIiS, Agent, Roseburg, Oregon