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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1905)
VsV Have to Live!
Ami ihey appreciate (iood Groccric", lik other people.
Thanksgiving Will Soon be Here
and you will find our stun; head qunr tors for anything
ami everything in the line of "Good Things to Eat."
( hir prices are right, and we deliver goods at yonr door
on short notice.
CLINK & W00LS0N, Near the Depot
JEWELRY IS A LINE
Where tasto should predominate. Hera yon will
find sonic very -xj uisitc pieces of jewelry Kings
Pins, Brooches, Watches, Chains and Fobs- and the
price leatonably consistent with quality.
IF YOU GET IT AT SALZMAN'S, THEN, IT'S RIGHT
Compleia linu nl E'll.i
nml rcords, at llio Burr
Attorney Elbert Hermann Id recover
ing f ruin a novum ease of longegl Ion iI
th Hi rout.
Kvangellnn Hii'". tbe littlf daughter
nl Mr, Hint Mm. NJM Rice, wan six
years old yesterday, ami liail n jolly
trowd ol IIMIs tt Mwdi lo help (mr si
brain lliu event,
"Wonts sad tin" Kingdom" will !
tin- nbj 'i i oi tim sddrsmlsllWwl Hss."
Iday morning, at ibe Chfittiefl church,
' by Mr", Humbert, .rnllont nl tin- Wo
men's Board "f Missions, and "Tim
Potter of Oboist" at night. Uood( ipo
rliil ni'i"ic will Ok rendered at DOtb ser
vice. RV. Kiuhey write" Irofn Drain
Unit I lin ri'vivul services an- progressing
nicely. , .
For tlin next ten ilnva o we W i I '
Offof onr regular 16.M and $lri Ktippen
Inn hut Gunrantond Huits at Hie uniform
Ijf low prim of $LI. These am im,
laHlnoiialili' garments. See our window.
Jo-ephaoiiV 91 tl
WANTED Mtnall bonne, alanit I or U
rooms, furnished, i loan in. Stain
prioo. l.uavc particulars at tbt Plain
dealer ollice. 06 tl
WANTED- First -class Chinese garden
it lor rniinlry. Referent es ri quired.
Slate salary MMOtttdi Address "2t"
Mitt Koaelmrg HolldOllOf S8 it
Enameled Warn with a live year guar
iiulee. NtMBOby Ware. 88 7t
Tim California tOMtOt on tlio stove
will prevent your rice, breakfast lood or
milklrom burning, it at chun-hiiis'.
Union Services Were Held and the
People Turned Out to
"teste stoteAtestestestestfatesfe 1
' 'fft' !' t !"' ?' ' sU ' A'
. . THE DRUC SffifiE OF QUALITY . .
NEAR THE DEPOT, ROSEBURC, ORE.
I ... We Invite Critical Inspection . .
i in.' Stat oi Oregon,
MARSTERS' DRUG GO.
DRUGS . STATIONARY!
PERFUMES WINDOW CLASS
SOAPS t- LIME
TOILET AND CEMENT1
ARTICLES I ALL KINDS OF
RUBBER COODS SPRAYS
PAINTS, OIL, VARNISH
"THE HOD EL
H. O. Wilkinson, Prop.
'I In' Choicest Hue o( Wine and Liquor includioK the Fanioui lirai.d
"Old Grand I Dad"
Kentucky Sour Mash.
rise Um tf Doaeitic ssi lapsrle. Cigars.
Jackson and Oak Sts. Roseburg, Ore.
Owm Youa Own HottaOwn tt now.
Htop pay inn rent. I live in Rlvertide
addition to Roseburg, the Queen City
of Southern Oregon. I waut you to live
here too. Location, toil, health, termi
and prlcea, all correct. Heud Lr pic
tured folder, or aee me at my office. I'm
in earneat; are you?
81 p Loum Babcii, Roieburg, Orer
For the teal ol everything in rainy
weather wear, at the moat reasonable
prlcea, aee Jotephaon'a. We are .head
quarter! for rain-coata, rubbera, rubber
booti, oil and rubber clothing iu fact
for everything neceaaary to keep you
warm and dry in wet weather.
For your guna, ammunition and
porting goodc aee 8. K . Hykea. 84tf
In tha I I n u 1 1 Ooatl ol
fur HtniKlaji Oatttttlf,
W 11.11. .Ilor.l, 1
I'l inirlla Durham, WH-.i
.in It aliiiibin., Hmiii- f
IttPetraella Dvttaw, aUaaa B. HaaMaffi
and laaMat Lfaoaakar, above aarafl ottlattS"
nu. Iu th uame nl Hie Hlale l UruiD. Tm
ami fuel, nl you an- hereby re.(iilret In appear
ami Btttwaf ihf attttrplatal ol vi'ala11 fll011
ta.iti.i you In mi iHiurt ami aanaa "r tM
lore the Mb oaf nl Jaaoarji iwrt, in i tin'
laie iiraarrlbMl ID lle ortler lor uubllratlnn ol
MaVI ajauMfj for rm tn apiar ami an.wer
taid aoraalalnti ami ii foa t.u m apaaar ami
anawar attM complalnl on or U'lora .aid ilalv,
forwaat ibemii, in piaiDiirr will aaatf lo
j lha i nun (ur the ii . : ilMuauilml In bli mm
Blalttl, wblrh Ii lor a :. . r.-. tmm aal.1 i nnrl
thai jour claim anil tho claim of caeh ol you
In Ihi rlW, nl tbe N'W', aud tin- XViSi. ol the
ami Hie H', nl the f-1 , nf Mellon :v. In Tf
t, a I Wat at tin WHiauistle Mernllau In
Daajglatt Oatattft, nrrfon. I. olu" aon of m f
lii l. thai the I'lalntirT In- ileip'nl In be t I
BWejaff In lai ample nl aalil real imperly. and
thai the llile ol blalmllt be iuleted airalnai
aid defelidaula. that you and eai'b of you, be
reaeirad laaaatttia a deed ni .aid real iironei
lytolba plalntir. and tbai lalUag la do
Mil hill leu datof t lie rendition ol the decree
nantB, that taf aalOdaerta ahall aumi a. ami
Inr a con ve yauee Iheieof; InrbUfiMtf ami di.
aofaaaHttai) aajd lot aaeb otbvr aa4 lunher n-
llel a. tn the eulirt may .eem meet.
Thl. .iimtmina la publntied al leaal OJbM a
rek fur at tea.l alt .uccea.lve Week. In the
1'ialmlealer, a aelnl-wevltly ueapaper, pub
II. In-1 at I'.uM'burg. iireanti. by ortler ol Hen.
M. l. Tliumraun. CMlllty Jndffe uf llnug.i
t'uiitny, tlreauli, made nu the Mb day nl N(.
vrmber. Itavi. The llrt publleailon ol thli aum
ittoUM la made nn the SOtti day ol November,
1MU, ane the laal will lie nu lha nth day ol
Deled "tl lhl.'J".itli day nl NuvemU r. 190.V
J A. BOOH VN AN,
Attorney ha) Flallllltl.
Notice of Pinal Settlement.
"Sntlre trberir by'aiveu thai"tlie un eralfneil
adnlalatratot i the Kmaie of Ofiw
bnlth. Deaaaaati haa nie.i in the Conot) Ooart
nl Douglat County Stale Of OragOBi A dual
ni-i-olili t al lili'h admllil.tralni cil said eplKle,
and that Katnrdav the 30th, day nl m-ceuiher
A, II , 1HVS, at the hour nl 10 O'eloOk A M .haa
tieen tlxed by aald Court ai the lime for hear
Ina of nbjectlotia tn aald 11 ual account and the
Paledal Koaebum, ureauu, thli trth day ol
K. . WOODaUPP)
Administrator ol the eatale of Cyrua BtBlth
aaoaaaad i 6w
Toilny TliaiikBKivIng ilay and the
pBtyfjIe, of KoMilnira: ara oiivnrving the
importaal utmilos in a im um djsboo.
Tin! majority of lim Imainvaa Imiiaca 4 r.
Jotted lor llmilay. wlnl the county ami
i lly olDi-in um having a holiday, am! tin
potttofflott U having "Siinday" boUfff.
I h alrnola preaent vi-ry much of a holi
day appnaranre, anil nvnrything ilidi
I tMttttt tbht thn day in bOUHJ liltingly Ob
i a IttfStt sod aptfeoUiUtt ttoiltouett Ba
ttattUttd St tbt I' irat UotiiodtU Bbopttb
I at II a. In. to I'liKax in thn tlBM'bOa)'
ord union w-rvice. Tim I'llillre, war ap
propriately dttOOntttd lor the) OOOttaHOQ
and nothing waa rttfl BhUMMM that BOttld
ad I to tin- intercut of the occasion. The
pr MSttBI curried out wan euhatuntinll)
aa IoIIowh :
lUading tiovernor'a Pna-laination ami
Invocation rter. II 0. IJrnwii.
KttttdlOf rn-nident'a CriM-lamatioii am!
Prayer Dr. J. A. Tow'nnend.
Bttroion---ltev. E. II. Ilicka.
Xbtt ettf 0100 by I'.ev B, H. Ilicka. the
popular pantor ol tin: Pint Bttptilt
Ohnrcll, waa an ulilit effort and .i
Krnatly appreciated hy all who were for
innate enough to hear it, A hriel i-yn
mniH of the diaconrne ia here given. Tak
ing; ths ninety -fifth Pealm and rnoiul
verai an hia text, hev. llickn gave tliie ,
The Qlttt Thankagiving day celebra
tion wan iieldat l'lyinoiith after the Br t
harveat in the new world. The day after
the nurrnoder at Ynrktown, lieu. Waah
IfJgtOO ordereil divine NfViOatt held in
all the diviniona. When the news
reached Philadelphia, Congreae went to
the Dutch Lutheran church fur a
thankagiving service, at 2 p. m Oct. 2"J.
Che new - waa received in France with a
like recognition of Divine favor.
The flrat national Thankmiiving proc
lamation waa iieneil hy (ien. Washing
ton in January 1796.
'Now, as you know, the Presidents
have a custom of proclaiming a given
lay each j ear for the expression of our
gfatitudtt, We should thank former
general iens for their help. The Jews
(or their preservation of the Old Tei-ta-inent,
a background to the New, wlin n
contains our gospel ; ShakBSeare, I.ong
lellow and othera for our littirature
Critics tell us that two-third of Shaken-H-are's
plays were clutched from the
Italian DOfttlietl who had taken them
from the Last. All hoys plays are
Asiatic. For art and sculpture we go to
Routfl 10 -tuily the master. The long
chain leads nn on hack to (iod whom we
hoold thank for UtDSDOIttJ and iplritUaJ '
blettaingtt, We shall know la-tter ditueii- j
iottl of his love w hen we fall in Thanks-'
giving at his feet. When we look around
on the home Jesus is preparing for us,
we will thank him more than ever we
can here below." i
Kneel lent music was provided by the
Kirst Methodist choir. A freewill offer
ing was taken at the close of the servic
eg, w hich was turned over to the Methc-
dial Ladies' Aid. which will lav dis
i bOlettd among the worthy poor of the
city, hy members of that organization.
All in all the services were very im
pressive and were enjoyed by all iu at
tendance. At St. George's Kpiscopal church,
RhV, 0. II- Lake delivered an eloquent
address, w hich was listened to by a good
Wr do not tell -ill the drup IriA are told in Rorcburg, but
WE SKLL TO ALL THE PEOPLE WHO WILL HAVE
ONLY THE VERY BEST AND PURPST 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. J J J Q f
FULLERTON & RICHARDSON
siz 'd audience. There wan apecial run
a Ii imltoMO to the occasion and the ser
vices were impressive throughout. At
the close an offering was taken, which
will lye sent to the Uood Samaritan Hos
pital, of Portland.
FOR SALE 20 acre fruit farm. For
particulars call on Mrs. Wm. Smith
at the hunbeam Photo Parlors 94 8t
Try Osteopathy for a sure cure. 92U
i Tonailitii IS permanently cured by
Osteopathy. Conault Dr. ritndley. 92tf
1 The doctor reporta The. Carlon, who
has been ill with typhoid fever aa much
W. J. Van I laying was in from Cleve
land yesterday, greeting hii friends.
While en route for a visit with his
Bister at French Settlement, E. F. Liv
ingston called upon hii ciuuty s. at
At Burr's Music Store Every Even
ing This Week.
Lovers of good music will tie enter
klnod, free of charge, each evening,
f om 7 :'0 to I ::t , at Burr's Music store,
with eeleotii.ns on tbtt Kduon Phone
graph, playing the famou" g ild mould
records of the same make. Mr. Burr
has just accepted the agency for thig
machine, w hich is considered by mam
to lie the peer of all other makes. Ten
midlines, of all sizes, and over "00
record, comprising the latest vocal and
instrumental selections, airs from
j standard operas and vaudeville speeial
I lies, have just been placed in Block by
I Mr. Burr. The records are remarkably
' -dear in tone, and it is well worth any-
one's time to spend an e . ,ning listen
; lai to them. Bring your family and
friends. It costs you nothing and you
are v.t'lcouio whether you buy or not.
to buy a
to buy a
to rent a
If ynndon'tki ow PAT
0a 1 on or address .
to build a house
to move a house
Look out for the bazaar to be given
the sth and Sth of Dec. in the building
formerly occupied by Fhrher A Bellows.
Uivenby .the ladies of the Christian
church. There will bs on gale all kinds
of fancy articles : also a bakery sale
of all kinds of good things. Patronage
solicited. Wi :lt
Free concerts eviy night this week at
Burr'a Music House.
The secret of goxl health is found in
Osteopathy. Cousultaiion free. i2tf
Ci. J. Bacber, leading resident dentist.
Advertise yoar wants in our class
I hhpfaV Kplmwinmnnv
SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK:
Any of Our Fine $15.00 Suits
Any of Our "Gordon" 3.00 Hats
The two articles
are yours for
On cent per word, flrat Insertion; cnt pet
won! for each Insertion in. -.( ct : words or
i' t ; r month. No adTrtiement Inserted
(or len than 25 ' enta.
You may expect resulta from our
Good Bnsinesa Opening About $2,000
necessary to handle it, cash or negotia
ble paper. Good reason for gelling. For
part Hilars address. Box tjri, Rose burg.
Oregon. i:J tf
FOR SALE. 15 bead of Angora goatg
John Doerner, Wardton, Oregon.
HOTEL FOR SALE Fine opening
for the right party. Good reason for
telling. For particulars, make inquiry
of the Plaindealer, where informatioa
can be bad. '
For Pale Scotch Collie pups, from
$2.50 to (15, tbe finest kind. Also Brown
Leghorn and Plymouth Rock cbickeng
and Tolouse geese. Siberian oats and
cheat seed. Address B. A. Kruse, Rose
burg, Oregon. 84 8t
Now is the time to buy your heating
stoves. See the new Trilby sold by S,
K. Svkes. 84tf
COWS FOR SALE Two fresh milk
cowg for sale. Call on or write .1.
Green. 4 miles sout ii ol Roseburg. 8t)7t
VETCH! VETCH! VETCH ! For
vetch seed call on or address Frank
Wixon, Broekway, Oregon. 91-8t
FOR BENT The Robert McClelland
farm containing 895 acres, situated on
Deer Creek, about three miles from
Roseburg. Apply to F. W. Bensoni
Roeeburg, Ore. 8U-U
FOR SALE OR REN i Tbe Dixonville
Store. For terms etc,, inquire of I.
F. Rice, Roseburg, or L. H. Smick,
Dixonville, Oregon. 89-1-m
Salesmen Wanted CaBh advanced
weekly ; good territory open ; outfit free.
Some are making $100.00 to $150.00 per
month. Why not you? Address:
Washinuton Nfkskry Company,
77tf ToppentBh, Washington.
Lost and Found.
LOST Ohean purse, having chain at
tached. Contained nearly $4 In sil
ver. Finder leave same at the Plain
dealer and receive reward. 93tf
Ring Lost -A solid gold ring, with Py
rite setting, lost. Reward offered. Call
at Plaindealer office. 85 tl
LOS T Pair oi gold-rim spectacle.
Finder pleaae leave at the Plaindealer
Found A pocketbook, on one of the
county roads. Owner can have aama b
calling at this office, proving property,
and pavine for this notiee. 85 tf
LOST A lady' ailver watch, open
faced, with initial "M" on back. Waa
attached to a ailver chatelaine. Re
turn to Maggie McClallen, or leave at
this office. Reward. 92 tf
TEAM WANTED Team of horses,
weight about 1100, wanted. Enquire
at runners' Real Estate Co. 8U-7I
BOARD WANTED Room and board
are wanted, in a private family. Leave
particulars for "W. A. 8." at the
Plaindealer office. uo tf