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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1902)
la busy seasons brings
you yoor 6hare of (ra.lo;
Tii.i Is&TrrJiiortaLt factor in i
e ' r" boitn aa. Poor r.rictici? re.5
alvertiRiog in dnll sea
sons brings yon yonr tdiare, and als
tbat of the merchant who "can't af-
J lltfCs credit on a good f
I nsjness Lons. Let ns do yoor Job
Print iotf we j?narane jt to be in
t, every way H&tiffactory. J
X ord' to aJveriisa.
Published on Mondays and Thursdays Established 1868..
ROSEBUkG, DOUGLAS COUNTY, OREGON, MONDAY. MARCH
Winter Goods flust Go.
Collarettes, . 3Tvlx BoaG
TTce-i?e AND HHTTnRttNS JACKETS ' 2
OUTING 1XAXNEL, the best Wara Brand,
io cents per yaxd.
4$ at 12 cents per yard. A 15 cent grade inanyjcity
j LADIES UNDERWEAR
from 50 cents a suit to $3.00.
LATE NEWS SUMMARY!
important heats of the Post
STATE, GtMIUL, fOKEIGN.
I-:.: tY.'X. Vl iJ-
An elegant line of Linen Warp
Mattings in all the latcft designs
and colorings Lave jiift armed
Have yon seen our elegant Car
pets, containing cotton chains,
all wools anil a full line of three
quarter goods, ranging in price
f rem 25c to f 1.S5 per yard. Our
1 ine of carpets is far superior to c
anything we have ever shown in y.
iirvvinn i-ttra arwi tic?it in
A -k''r 6iOW'n8 them.
I B. W. STRONG,
?. THE FURNITURE MAN.
I Bring Us Your ...
Cream of the Dispatches Dished
Up in Condensed Form for
the Busy Reader.
Dole Must Explain, says Roosevelt.
Railroad Merger Case.
Washington', March 7. Governor Dole of the Hawai
ian Islands has been summoned to Washington.
President Roosevelt desires a personal conference with
the governor in order that the responsibility for scandals
attending the administration of Island affairs may be prop
MINNESOTA BARRED FROM COURTS.
Chicago, March 7. The State oC Minnesota is barred
by the decision of the Supreme Court from taking action
iu any court against the Northern Securities Company, is
the statement made by the Inter Ocean's St Paul corre
spondent. This remarkable state of affairs, says the corre
spondent, has been made plain to local attorneys interested
in the case, since receiving copies of the court's decision.
Its effect is that the state cannot join issues with the cor
poration, either in the Supreme Court or Circuit Courts,
and as the state courts cannot reach it, the bar is effectual.
MARCONI STATION IN CANADA.
FOR CASH OR TRADE
Thirteen new hop contracts have just
In-en made at Salem at 1- cents.
The formal (i'uiug of the Sell wood
woolen mills will take place a'mt the
The Lij; ?tcanihip Thyra left Portland
hist Saturday with 51,1)00 barrels of
tlour for the Orient.
A committee ha been appointed to
float the additional pJ00.W of Centen
nial K.iivls at Portland.
It is said that work on the Xehalein
railroad will K' commenced within ttf)
days, the funds for that purpose having
There continues to be gold on the
Klondike. Richard Hutler recently
took out f 15,000 in one day from a claim
he wa$ just about to abandon.
Geo. W. Perkins, of Yamhill sold his
crop of l'.H hops, consisting of 3X1 liales,
alx-ut ).0, pound, to Paul Weiduer of
iVtroit, Mich., for Hl4' cents per pound
Here is something new on the records.
Six boys in New York wen lined Jo or
a hard spanking. The parents of the
boys, jcor people, called for the spank
ing, and the strongest policemen to be
secured were selected and did juitice to
the occasion. Why not more of such
The Eastern and Middle Western
statee are esperienceing some of its
typical winter weather, snow, blizzards,
high water, etc. Twelve inches of snow,
fell in some places in twenty-four hours
o.niiuMriv ,nn, wither. The New ork, March 7, Lieutcnan t B. an Schatck,
iHo.ie of Southern Oregon should u j who recently returned from the Pnihppines, says, accord
the most contented people on earth. 1; lQ a Wo"rld dispatch from San Francisco, that General
The citizens of McMinnville Kridav' e . , . .... . , ,
held a ma9 m.vting to considder the Zano, of Cavite, a luulti milhouatic, has ofiered to gi e
Mw.-tion of contesting the pavement of : $5oo,ooo to each American Army officer who will niarry his
the special 3-mill tax which the last i JauchterS
Lei.-lature authoriwd the C'nntr '
Court to levy for the improvement ot . jjIQ QUNARDER STILL OUT,
county roads, me meenns w aa iarg-iy
attende!. County Ju !ge Iird agreed to
get an opinion from I'istric Attorney J.
X. Hart as to the validity of the law.
New York, March 7. Resident Engineer Vyvau, of
the Marconi Wireless Telegraphic Company, will start for
Cape Breton today to inaugurate the work of putting up
the new Marconi station at that place. The station, which
is to be for the sending and receiving of messages across
the Atlantic, is expected to be ready for operation in about
three months. The apparatus will be the latest and of the
most powerful type.
$500,000 FOR AMERICA SONS-IN-LAWS.
J.F. BARKER & CO.
SWEAR NOT TO FUSE.
j Marion County Socialists Take a Sol
I emn Oath.
Have a i t'iiiSr;"'1
Mocha. COFFEE Jav-
vilh your breakfast. It has a flavor that's all
lis own you don't get it in any other brand,
KRUSE & XEWLAXD,
. and sold at prices
as low as the low
est. All hinds of fruit
and Country . .
ana 1201a. .
Sai.em, March 5. Marion County So
cialists held a mass convention here to
day, for the purpose of nominating a
)conoty ticket, declaring a county., plat
Thoue 163 ' form aod naming delejtate to the slafe
The proceedings of the meeting were
very confus, and iu some respects
IOndos. March 7. The Cunard liner Etruria has not
yet arrived nor is there any lite iuforruitiou regarding the
The Cunard officials, however, are confident that the
steamer is safe aud that nothing more serious than a break
down of her machiuery has occured.
PRINCE HENRY'S TRAVELS.
LAIt RAILROAD HORROR
Southern Pacific Passenger Train
Ditched aod Burned.
AT I EAST TWflVE DEAD.
Wreck Occurred in Texas.
Was Caused by a
El Pa8o, Texan, March 7. The west
bound Southern Pacific pKKenger train
from San Antonio was wrecked 2-j mile
west of Sanderson. Texas, at S :30 o'clock
this morning. Th entire train was
ditched and bnrned, and the fireman,
engineer ami 3) passengers are reported
mn-Miig. The weck was discovered y
the Telegraph operator at a suudl eU
lion, who wired El Paso for assistance.
The wreckage train left immediately for
the w reck.
The station agent at Tabor, seven
mile away, ew the light ,f the burning
train and went to the scene as fast as a
handcar would take lim.
4 M, reaching the w rcka wild ecene
greeted him. P;isj nger who Were able
to p-t out were running hither and
thither, fractic in their i fforls to rescue
thoe who were in the burning ears. It
is thought that few j-aswugers iu the
two day five-he were saved, as both
cars were piled on lop of- the baggage
car and werp first to catch fire. The
Pullman and tourist sleeping ear -a-
sengeni were rescued ironi the flames,
and if report are tnw none was killed
on these car, aJtfwmgli several are re-
Sis Avtomo, Tex-, March ". Touris
avenger train No '.'.on the Southern
Pacific, which k-ft San Antonio at 9:15
o'el k March 6, for California, stnirk a
curve of 10 degree at Maxon, 12 miles
west of Sandersf.i, at 3 :M this morning.
The entire train, exu-pt one private car.
wa derailed and burned. There was
one tirfirist car from Cincinnati, one
fn.ni Wah'mcton. one fmm m. I.ui"
and a Pullman from New Drh-an-. 1
sides two passenger oaches, a!l loaded
with iss-nger. Twelve persons, in
cludinv the tngiUf r and fireman and
train !-, were killed, and 3.5 bnrt It
is iniMlie to obtain a Ii.t far. The
train was running at the usual speed.
Oregonlaa Takes a Ha ad.
Albany, New York, March 7. Prince Henry arrived
at the Empire State capital this m rntng.
The Prince addressed botii houses of the legislature in
i. . t.i.. i u ir !:.. i .1.-
A new departure in politi- luc ass:ululJ .uamuci. uc ku ivi cat iwui auumy
II 8 III
S! 50 I 'eVe Selling- Shoes
HAVE YOU SEEN 'EM, THE
N liW S rRING STYLES IN ALL
THE LATEST SHAPES AND
1.50 to $4.00
...FLINT'S SHOE STORE...
Hints to Housewives.
Half the battle in good cooking, is to have good
fresh Groceries, and to get them promptly
when vou order them. Call up 'Phone No. 181,
for go. c goods and good service.
C. W. PARKS & CO.
want to buy a farm
want furnished rooms
want to buy a house
waut to rent a house
want to build a house
want to move a house
It . u io.i't know PAT
Fk F. pattern,
1 - - 1 1 -. ..
cat convention work was the act of . alter UOOn.
Chairman K. H Ryau in administering
to the'ineniljers of the convention an
oath iu which they declared against any
kind of fusion. This important decla a
tion was not incorporated iu the set of
principles adopted, but in view of the
fact that no other party is disposed to
fuse, the obligation of the oath, will un
doubtedly be observed .
DELEGATES TAKE AXTI-KrSIOX OATH.
'I ewear by the Eternal, that the
first man who mentions or proposes fu
sion in this party shall be declare! an
enemy to the reform principles of our
The oath was solemnly taken without
a protest or proposal to add to it or take
Marion County Socialists, in present
ing their candidates for county offices
before the eople, declare their princi
ples as follows :
We favor an honest and economical
administration in all Governmental of
We are in favor of putting all state
and county officers on flat salaries, the
state officers to receive not to exceed
12000 per year each, and county officers
not ti exceed 1500 for the Sheriff and
11000 for all others.
We are in favor of Government own
ership of the locks in the Willamette
River at Oregon City.
We are in favor of the initiative and
We are in favor of the election of the
President, United States Senators and
Supreme Judges by direct vote of the
people, and that the President shall not
be eligible to a second consecutive term.
We are opposed" to the State Treasur
er unlawfully lending the public funds
and appropriating the the interest to
himself, thereby becoming independent
ly rich in one term of office, at the ex
pense of the people.
We believe that the Socialist party is
the only party which has a remedy for
the trust question, namely, for the Gov
ernment to take peaceful H8session of
the trusts and run or manage them in
the interest of the people.
We are in favor of equal rights to all
and special privileges to none, and, as
labor produces all wealth, we are in fa
vor of the laborer possessing all the
wealth which he produces by his own
We call upon all good citizens of the
United States to unite for independent
lolitical action iu a party having" as its
avowed object the overthrow of the cap
italist sseiu of production and dislri-
butiQii nui Ui9 establishment ol the co-
GETTING OUT OF CUBA.
Washington, March 7. The Secretary of War has is
sued and order for General Wood to come to Washington
j for a conference with the war department as to the details
of the evacuation of Cuba to take place on the first day of
TAFT GOES ON OPERATING TABLE.
Cincinnati, March 7. Governor-General Taft of the
Philippines is here to undergo a surgical operation for ap
pendicitis. He will go on the operating table tomorrow.
THE TERRIBLE AVALANCHE.
Denver, Colorado, March 7. Avalanches swept away
nine buildings, as if they had been butterflies, near Tellu
ride this morning. Three lives are known to have been
One of the papers at Koseborj charg
ed iO cents a line for Hvertiin. ). lit
t. t . . . .V. ... ... . 1:1 : .
ueip. .luuwiri,.!. aurr nine, uia 11
f'jr 35 ents a line. The iwii r that did
i". list charges its esteened contempor
ary of haviuji "worke I a gr..t," to the
extent of 5 cents a line, f he Otvgonian,
wi;h ten times the circulation of both
of t'tem. printed the Multnomah lists
for cents li e. Djiiy Uregonian.
Su long as the county adwrtifing is
published in a tounty paper of general
circulation throughout the county no
more is required and we venture that
the Plaixoealeh has ss lrg a circila-ti-m
in PouglaJ conntr, proportionately,
as tht Oregouian has in M Itnomah
county. We pnbliahed the tax list at
tents per liiie instead of 35 cent
quoted by the Orvg .man and the
list was set in the same site machine
type aa that used by the Oregoaian.
Like the Keview the Oregonian admits
cha ging 40 cent per line for this class
of couuty advertising while the Plai
D3ALKK charged but 25 cents per liue
this year a saving of nearly one-half U
the tax-payers of Douglas county.
One-hundrvd and eighteen acres o
laud, with good house, bam, chicken
house, and other out buildings, a well of
gotnl water with a pump. This land is
situated four mile north of Wilbur, on
mam road to Oakland. There are three
acres of garden, 120 acres with brash;
slashed and burned, sown to grass ;
fifty acres under fence; there are W)
fruit trees on the place. The timber is
oak and fir. A good home at a bargain.
Apply to, D. E. Delias,
n10 Rowburv. Oniron.
f3 Secondprisc Currier's Grocery j
A Fine China Tea Sat k
One Ticket with every 50 cet.t pun-ha. Huv vour Groceries at
X - is.: a.irv-K a rr j k 0
S NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE o
o COMPANY 9
5 and W ltrlv. y..rk. P-.f. ,,,v,l r.y ovtrBmenn) X
9 Investel As. ts. ?.- -. 7i : :. .. I ?... S1.c h, j I, Vo,r x) b"
V Including ?! t , I -. -S 7i ys. ..f Ii.t. ret- acd r-nts. ' ' O
g W. J. mOOIS, of Roscburg
0 U'l .k him to iuow jo-j a ii ytu tr. '.o.. n.-.Lt I x .U y. ( orrttpjji-ieace Sli;it
00XK000OC'C-C-0-C'CC-'". C CO cooccocosooooocooo
M Rggeburg Steam Laundry I
S x,- fei
. We are n x ready l: business fa
Q J with new at;d up-to-date machine- c
S Tl Jy' Wwr: be neatly and im Q
2 pomptly ('. -t'.e. Watch for our
r3 Wagcii or c.ili 'i'lioiie 791. W
g VV. A. EVER! TT, Proprietor. 1
Don't you think the o!J methods
of Advertising are getting a
. li'tlte stale and out of style?
Why should yoti t-e expected to read the
same tiling in z-. acvertisemenf, ever and
over again, month .fter njonth? You want
something ne.Y in an p.dverti.-rcnient as well
as in a news item. After giving the subject
due cui:idi ra;;. :i v e have decided to give
- our readers rcmething nea- every issue.
Watch toii space and it -t in Jir.at i':-lisck-1 and t-H tis in r-laia lan
guae 1 At j..u t;ii;.k oi our tn,-iLvI.
MISS ALICE WON'T SEE CROWNING.
Washington, March 7. Miss Alice Roosevelt' will
not attend the coronation of King Edward as l:ad been ar
ranged. Instead she will take a trip to Cuba.
- A CENSUS DEPARTMENT.
Washington, March 7. President Roosevelt has
signed the bill providing for a permanent census depart
operative commonwealth-that is, the
public ownership and operation of the
means of production and distribution
for public service, instead of private
profit and for the good of all the people.
A full county ticket was nominated.
In Washington county the Socialists
failed to materialize at their convention
last week and nothing was done.
The Linn county Socialists placed a
ticket in the field last week.
Lane comty Socialists are trying to
The Multnomah county Socialsls al
so nominated a full county ticket last
First Train Load of Horn 3 seekers.
Congressman Died Suddenly.
Pit el a Delphi a, March (I, Congress
ma u Polk of West Virginia dropped
dyad today witliQUt nro.viQ.ua wuruiagt
Tacoma, Wash., March 6, The spe
cial immigrant rates made by the Great
Northern and Northern Pacific railroads
for the next sixty days have resulted in
starting thousands of peoplu for the
Northwest. The railroads are certain
that there will be an enormous rush and
are straining every nerve to gut their
rolling stock in order to handle the
llie first train came in last night. It
was loaded to its fall capacity with
home seekers. The immigrants are
thronging the railroad land offices today
and buying thousands of acres of East
ern Washington wheat lands.
A few "Sorosia" shoes at cost, at
1 no lutcaei,
When you get a Sorosis shoe at cost,
jou get btirgsiu, Xlio UaUot,
I had headache
and pain in the side."
If you will read the letter of Mrs.
McKenzie, given below, you will find
tbat she says "I had uterine disease,
also headache and pain ia the side."
Uterine disease is a common
cause of headache, back
ache, aideache, nervousness
and other womanly ilia.
L)r. Pierce's favorite
Prescription cures uter
ine disease, and,
the headache, side
ache, etc, which
result from a dis
eased condition oi
the womanly or
ganism. " Favor
is the beat medicine for
women. It , establishes
regularity, dries weaken
ing drains, heals inflam
mation and ulceration
and cures female weak
ness. Sick women are in
vited to consult Doctor
Pierce by letter, w.
AH correspondence held
in strict privacy and sa
cred secrecy. Address
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buf
falo, N. Y.
I took two -bettlM of jroar
'Favorite Prescription' and
two of the 'Ootdrn Mrdical
I)Icot-t.' aod am fcTling
well," write Mm. Dan Me
Krn.ie, of lxmy Mi,
Cape Breton Co., Nova Hcotia.
I had menu, trouble, also
radach. aod naia la the
idc. ARer taking your medicine I goi well
You mar publwb tbl or aae It In any war voii
think best, I rannot (peak too bishW of Ur
Pierce and his medicine. "' uw.
Dr. Pitrce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, paper covers, containing 100S
large V sentrrf on receipt of ai
one-cent stamps, to pay expense of mail
ing only. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce,
Buffalo, N. Y.
- . w 9
s$ With (he advent of Spring o:
We annonnce the arrival of Spring Goods
throughout all our various Iii:es.
Buying for two sVwvs iu l.ir-; .-tr..v.t;ua tni.Ks us to procure
the best rxissib'.e prices. Wc .io !. t W.irve b wting hen we
s.iv: We thiuk we are ia a j;ti -;i to MELT ALL COMPETI
TION. New arrivals iu
; Embroideries, Xa ccs, Dress Goods, !
Prints- PcrripTnr- Mon . '
r 7 4,4 4-
nishings and Shoes.
Highest prices pai 1 fur Kggs, Ci.icken, and all Farm Prod
N. SEL1G, Myrtle Creek, oXJ
From A to Z we It now the Spray Pump Buness Ycu
will certainly rind the pump you want in o-r stock. See ti e
Celebrated New Bean
The best Spray Hose, Nozzles and Dunne's
Sohd Prepared Sprays.