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Is a very iroportar t factrr in
hnsinesi. Poor printing re-
Z sous brings you your bhare, and also
that of tie merchant who "can't af-
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business hocac It us do your Job I
Printing wo guarantee it to be in
ord ' to alvirtis.
Published on Mondays and Thursdays Established 1868.
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ROSEBURG, DOUGLAS COUNTY, OREGON, MONDAY. MARCH 24, 1902.
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EVERY DEPARTMENT COMPLETE
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Ties in Tecks, four-iu-hand
and tlie new flow
Sunii'ir wicht Underwear
in I j lien Mash, the best
Frern-h Bdibriivaa and Eirvpt-
iin Ralbrvran. Sticks in vlie
1-ite fancy drop eutcb. Also a
tint- )ivH of ccjiaratc Troupers.
A line 4 Met, Youth
and H.-s ,
Summer Dress Goods
in all the latest shades. Our
line of l.iuen G o.ls isa dandy
nee it before buying.
in patterns. Onlv fancy Silk
patterns in all late shades.
Indies. Mis and Children
Bonnets. Silk Kibbons at a
price that will urprise yon.
Opeu until 8 o'clock.
LATE NEWS SIMIMARIZFD.
State and a?neral fi:w Condensed
(or tbc Bi-sv Reader.
An elegant liu I Linen Warp 3
V.aUir.pe in all the latest designs 5
and colorings bare just arrived
Have yon seen our elegant Car-
pete, containing cotton chains, W
all wools and a full line of three- 5
quarter goods, ranging in price
from 25c to (1.35 per yard. Our S
line of carpets is far superior to 15
anything we have ever shown in
previous years and we delight in
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t THE FURNITURE MN.
B. W. STRONG,
Bring Us Your
King Edward to t tha ior of
ludon a royal f.tt at tha time of bis
The Portland Kveniug Journal has
leen increaood in 'zo to sis paxes. It
is improving right aloiir.
Grants Tass is given a wide berth by
all the tramming fraternity on account of
the new law cor.i;'Iling tlipin to work
on the streets.
A $125 gold nugget from the Hays A
Powll bydrav.iie mine f the Osesr
Creek district wart recently brocgbl into
Vncle Tom's Cabin troop got into
trouble at Springfield, and the proprie
tor of the show was arretted, also the
manager of the opera bonne, loth being
The first newFtiapt'r to be established
in Thunder Mountain will he the Thon
der Mountain Miner, of whieh tleorge J.
Lewis, former seeretary of Idaho, is
Kobert Fitwmmon": has signetl the
agreement to fightJJ. Jeifries for the
hsarywsight cluimpionship of the world.
The fight will be pulled off at Los
Angeles, California, Satarday, May 10.
On Thursday afternoon's freight train
there arrived in Eugene 18 govern feet) t
headstones to be placed over the jraves
of tlx? Spanish war veterans who are
buried there and for a nuniber id the
dead veterans of the civil war.
Eugene has a man who chronicles the
lirst appearance f swallows even year.
This year the date wax March Id. The
earliest date in fourteen years was Feb.
9, is;i. The lmest date was March M
18(13. Lai-t year it was February 26.
In the course of a debate on the Boer
war Thursday John Dillon, the leader of
the I rirdi delegation in parliament, sail
ed Joseph C'kanil erlain, colonial honie
secretarv. a "danined liar." The House
sospended Dillon for aeek for his un
A late Kansas st'-ry is that an infant
enly five wevks old keep" constantly re
peating the words : "Six e.irs of fam
ine in Kansas;" and that in consequence
many people are selling out and moving
out of the stale, believing the loby's
words to be a superaatural prediction.
ralefn has a Gold Extraction Co. The
members of this company have a discov
ery which is t rvvolutioniie the world.
The final test is to be made next wesk
when the entire world is to ba surprised i
for then it is to lie demonstrated that j
gout can iw made easilv, tie nionev
market is to be revolutionized, as
Assault and Kidnapping Near Eu
gene. Maine Bridge Disaster.
Other Late News.
Eroixr, March, 31. Walter B. Kobrer, formerly in Ibe botcher busi
ness in Eugene with hie father-in-law, Sbf .-o jenkiue, is wanted by the
local officers, a warrant having been issued by Justice Wmfermeir fur bia
KoLrer baa been aeparatod from bia wife ame three or foor years, and
has been in Soot hern Oregon since that time. Recently be returned bere
and yesterday afternoon proceeded to the residence of bia former partner
in business, Mr. Jenkins, ont weet of town, where his wife is living, for tbe
purpose of taking away their little daughter, aged five yesra.' Mrs. Jenkins
and Mrs. Bobrer expostulated with him and tried lo prevent him from tak
ing away tbe child, whereupon he brutally knocked Mrs. Jenkins and bia
wife both down and aocceeded in getting the child away
Before Rohrer proceeded to the boose be took tbe precaution to decoy
Mr. Jenkins away by sending him word that a certain party wanted to aee
bim about some land matters.
It )b supposed the man has taken or will take the little girl with him
back to Southern Oregon. Tbe offiiers are on the sharp lookout for them
and hare notified all officers op and down tbe line of the occurre-ioe.
A MAINE DISASTER.
Bavsoa, Maine, 21. Tbe floods in tbe Penobscot river incident
warm rains and thaw attracted hundreds of spectators to the river
and bridges today.
Shortly before noon two of the bridges that were covered with people
gave way before tbe pressure of tbe flood and went down with their loads of
There ia no wa of ascertaining tbe number of the victims and excite
people are making almost frantic ioqnirie to locate missing friends and relatives.
THE MILES RESIGNATION THREAT.
wabhikotos. March 2L The throat of General Mde to resign com
mand of tbe army if the administration plan of virtoally retiring him by
placing control in tha war department is carried oat, is causing no end of
speculation and comment.
General Miles has played a strong card. President Roosevelt now re
alizes tha. the retirement by snch means could not but create great -popular
sympathy for Miles and. perhaps, make him a formidable candidate for tLe
It is suggested thit President Rooevel( may retire him on aeconnt of
the age-limit regulation, bnt that. also, wonld smack of apolitical flavor.
Tbe administration desires to onload Miles bnt without causing a political
Washinotso, March 2'.. Tbe stteaieots made yesterday by General
Miles before tbe Senate committee on military affair, were discussed by the
(kL i President today with a number of his c'lers. Torre is little doobt that
Socialists' State Tfofcet.
Sccondprzzc at Currier's Grocery H
-eA Fine fhina Tea Sri I
una n. ket with every 60 cent purchase. Pnv vo-.ir Groceries at
Portland, March 20. At the Secial-
ists' state convention held bare yester
day the fullewiug ticked was nominated :
for Governor R R Ryaa, of Maries
For feecretary ef Btate G IT Barre,
of Wasco Conntv.
For State Treasurer T W Myers, ef
Fur Justice of the opreme Court G
P Rutherford, of Harney orninty.
For Superintendent of Pnblic Iastroc-
tioa, Attorney-Gereral and Ptate Print
erTo s filled by the state central com
For Congressman, Pecnnd Distric t
O T Gerdes, of Clatsop county.
Indian War Veterans' Oraves.
The grand commander of tLe Indian
War Veterans of the North Pacific coast
has issued a circular calling upon the
widows and sons and daughters of
veterans to mark the graves ef tlieir
dead. Following is the circular letter:
"Portland, March 13. Indian War
Veterans, and Widows, Hons and Daugh
ters of Veterans: Friends of Indian
War Veterans are meet earnestly re"
quested to murk the graves of all de-
reai-ed veterans by bavine I. W. V..
painted on head boards or engraved on
torn stone of the Indian War Veterans.
o that thm and furore generations ran
rwgnite these graves on Decoration
day. This has been greatly aeglseted te
tne shame ef the living.
T. A. Weo,
firand Commander Indian War Vete
rans of Nertlifaeifie Coast."
Jchss la the Race fee Qeveraer.
FOR CASH OR TRADE.
value of gold as a money will tie destroy
ed. Some one evidently fearing start
ling results place 1 a bomb under the
these statements will nlttmately lead to General Miles' retirement by tbe
President In discussing the matter todjy with bis callers, among whom
j were Senators and Representatives, the President took tre position that the
office of the company, but fortunately it Lieutenant General of th Army should entertain toward biB eupenora th j
Baker Crrr, March a. Hoa. C. A.
Johns, of this eity, anixmnced his can
didacy for the Gevernship of Oregon this
morning as fnllews :
"Mueb has leen said and written as
to n.y being a candidate for Gnwriior.
Any published statements as to my ob
jects, o olives or intentions ere oxu-
thorizel, misleading and deceptive. I
expect to be a candidate for Governor
in the next state convention. My name
mut not be used for or against the in
terests of Mr. Furnish, Governor Geer
or any other person. No friend of mine
will make or pubiih any such state
ment. I have not made any promise or
pledge and wi!l not make any promise
cr pledge which, in tlie event of success,
would in the least compromise my offi
cial integrity. I will be nominated or
defeated like a gentleman. I want this
nomination, and have faith that I shall
vSigned) "C. A. JOH58."
Oil on R treads.
J. F. BARKER &C0
did not explode. In a short time the
mining stock of the world will be worth-
Mess. D. B. Irwin is the head man of
Tbe Prince Arrived Home
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wiihyourbieabTast. ItbM.IUvottb.t'. it
Its om you dot)t gel it it) w7 otbet brand.
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1.RII8E k AEWLAXD,
and sold at prices
as low as the low
est. All kinds of fruit
and Country . . .
Sr. fyns, March 20. The entire line
ef the Gulveston, Houston A Henderson
iron, Houston to (i&lves'.oo, has len
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Invested Atsets. 2i0,7i3,?M.OO. Iicotue in 1"01, $70 S02 550 87 V
imiu.iiuj in.im.itu.Mi i,i initrceis aj:il renu.
. fJb'n -r"r ;iM:r for 57 jtr.rs u. durir that t. it h4 rmM to its
pDT u1 tbe Bmfitao lnto the cm-k:tol lar P;IirT fanld-n D'i mt the Stock boldrs
II jxtQ are Interests. In Lik- In-umD'-c yon wt.i .lo v.til to toaril:
W. J, 3YIO ON, of Roscburg
aad ask bim to aba joa a at jrr Enlos c:-: I'oli-.y. Ccrrvti- Ediccc Solicit Q
Roseburg Steam Lau n d r y
We are now ready for business
with new and up-to-date machine
ry. Work will be neatly and
promptij- done. Watch for our
Wagon or call 'Phone 791.
W. A. EVERITT, Proprietor.
If you don't find what vcu wasit
in this list watcu next issue. .
An, Artiflc iu tlm lu oih 5 reels.
Brushes. Hand i ru.
V,ffM- P.-- Stand,
Inier, stnrl ir,
Dih t"J-ih. wire,
Gnr. Ine-t IVitder,
Knife. Pairing, .
Mtrt:e Traf. "sure ChUh'
Nntmei irjli-r. xtra hesvr,
I 'd fan. Seo ir.jr M;ichiue.
IiiU II.-:a r.
Pirtur- V. j-c. j yar !, braided,
i. t:ito Ma.-i.er, "
Stoves, I.ai'ip tliiiiiiiey,
Slrjiiiin., ( d-fTee,
Tracing W h !.
friction ej rinkled itii IVaumont oil. By a
same respect tnat be wonld expect and demand from bis subordinates.
Tbe President is known. to have ststed that Le was tired of the
in the Army, and whether it was do-i led tha General Miles' statement was ' crude arrangement ih sprinkler is at
privileged or not, hs will at uo distant day take action looking to his retire- i to the end of a t.-nk car, throw-
nipnt, I ing the oil between the rails and about
three feet on cither side ef the track. '
The oil it ill not only lay the dust, but .
"The Racket Store"
END OF SAMPSON-SCHLEY CONTROVERSY.
will save wear and tear ef machinery, '
preserve the erossties, kill the weeds
Kikl, Prussia, March 20. The Ger
man battle-ship Kaiser Wilhelmll, hav-
inty on hrtartt Kmriemr Wtilinfn mrA AY.
miral Trince Henry of Prussia, arrived I WisHiKewoi. March 21.-The Hooae committee on naval affaire, by a uni hy forroin(. ,h, rth in nke9
here at 5:30 p. m. His Majesty d : " rwemuon coucurring in ion aec.sions or keep the water off.
the Trince were welcomed with the' President Roosevelt as to terminating the agitation of the Schley contro- It is said that by the new process the,
firing of salutes and cheers from the wersy and indefinitely postponing all bills and resolutions on tbe subject. ' life of a tie will be lengthened several1
naval squadron in these waters. Prince Tbe report of the snb-corotnittee as adopted states thst tbe controverr has ' years. From J.ROO to 8,600 fallows of,
Henry landed at dusk, and joined Prin-; been the subject of foor official inquiries and investigations, Tia.. by Presi-' oil wer "prinkled on every mile of the I
road between Houston and ualvaston. t
With the advent of Spring
We anuounce the arrival of Spring Goods
throughout all our various lines.
cess Henry and his sons.
Union Labor Won.
JirrotsoH Crrr, Mo., Mar. 20. The
Fnpreme Court today decided ia the
case of tbe Haas Clothing Co. vs. Wat
son, that labor unions have the right to
boyott. The circulations of boyeott
petitions is held to be a right guaranteed
tn the bill of rights.
A Modest Doctor Bill.
We're Selling 5hoes
HAVE YOU SEEN 'EM, THE
NEW SPRING STYLES IN ALL
THE LATEST SHAPES AND
...FLINT'S SHOE 5T0REe,
Hints to Housewives.
Half the battle in good cooking, is to have good
fresh Groceries, and to get them promptly
when oil order them. Call up 'Phone No. 181,
for go c goods and good service.
C. W. PARKS & CO.
If you want
If you went
If you want
If you want
If you want
If you want
It . 1 doo't kiMwPA,!
gU j-i or aiiifeei .
to buy a
to buy a house
to rent a house
to build a house
to move a house
Washlnoto.n, March 20. Fenater
Hanna, of Ohio, has presented the bills
of the physicians who attended Presi
dent McKinley to the House ef Repre
sentatives for payment.
They place the value of their services
for attendance on the kite president at
dent McKinley, by the United States Conrt of Claims, by tbe Naval Coort
of Inquiry asked for by Admiral Scbely, and by President Roosevelt on ap
peal from the finding of the Naval Conrt of Inqniry; aod concur 10 the
recommendation of President Roosevelt and tbe members t f the Conrt of
Inquiry that no further action be had in the matter.
CITY MARSHAL ARRESTED.
T im maA h. V. ;L1,- 511 i. . I
over the rosd twice more.
Increase la Orchard Acreage.'
According to reports received bv fee-
Ruyicg for two stores in lar?; qi.aTitities enables us to procure
the best possible prices. We da n.-t believe it bosstice when we
say: M'e think we are in a position to MEET ALL COMPETI
TION. New arrivals in
Embroideries, Laces, Bress Goods J
jrrjnis, rurcaiGs, a ia en's fur
nishings and Shoes.
retary Imberson, of the ptate Board ef S
Horticulture, this is feing to be a record r J Also carry a fall liue
IVtnin, flm-m f...V. Ol fl f V-l t ! J 3 I
v..., nlB.J0. e..uuu w Viavi ; br,kinB year for new erchaH
im i ot iuin ujuruiu nuum iuo crnci on iue cuarge 01 tne larceny 01 aooat jn Onyna. femeof the -new
tiawj rrom Ur. J5. tr. Anderson.
The theft is alleged to have taken place laht Saturday morning. Dr.
Anderson has been very ill, aod the K. of P. lodge, of which tbe doctor is a
member, decided to move him from his room in Wilson's lodgiog hocseto
his office when it waa discovered that his tronsera bad beeo rifled and that! Lanheren, "which is eneouraalojt.
being laid ont cover nore than iffO aeres
"The planting does nt appear te be
eonSned to any one localitr," said Mr.
of GAKPKN aad
III. ill! I BIB!
Highest prices paid for Erts, Cliickens, and all Farm Produce.
Just a glimpse of a woman's face is
often all that is needed to tell the story
of her daily sviffering. No woman can
endure forlongthepangsof womanly rMs
eases without faUiug oil in face and form.
Women who have been cured of
womanly diseases by tbe use of Doctor
Pierce's Favorite Prescription, frequently
refer with pleasure to the gain in appear
ance aa well as in feelings, which baa
come with their cure.
"Favorite Prescription" cures irregu
larity, dries weakening drains, heals
Inflammation and ulceration, and cures
Sick women are invited to commit Dr.
Pierce, by letter, free. All correspond
ence treated aa sacredly private and
confidential. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce,
Buffalo, N. V.
" Your medicine have don aie so tniich rood
I (eel like a dirtirent woman," write Mrv Mary
Muryky, ot Milton, TrimbSc Co., Kentucky. Six
months go I befcra to think I would not ee
another well dAy, but bad made up my mind to
follow your advice nod glre Dr. eieree'a medi
cines a thorontrh trial. I hove takea eix bottles
of ' FaTOrtle Prescription,' rt of ' CoWm Med
ical Uijoovery,' four viala of Dr. Pietee'a Pellets,
two bottle of Sninrt-Weed. ' Also some ' Ixtion
Tablets.' Hare eniucd five pounds sinee last
Aupnitt. I will tell tbe ftood ucwa to all suSerina;
iirvailils, for it was a 'Heavenly men-uge1 to rue
when I found oit what to do lor reJiei."
"Favorite Prescription'' makes -eak
women strong, sick women well. Accept
no substitute for the medicine which
works wonders for weak women.
The People's Medical Adviser, 1008
pages, free on receipt of stamps to pay
eapense of mailine only. Send ai one-
a parse containing aboot 112.50 had been
Nonn and accordingly he was arrested.
taken. Bospieion pointed to
THE NORTHWEST SNOW BLOCKADE.
St Paul, March 21. Three buodred of the passengers who had been
snow-bound in the Dakotas arrived here by a Great Northern train last
They report that the fall and drifting of the enow ia inconceivable by
anyone who had not passed through such aa experience.
In not a few instances great drifts of snow covered the railroad track to a
depth of thirty-fire feet.
LORD HOPE AND MAY YOHE AT QUITS.
Francis Hope a
London, March 21. The conrt has granted Lord
Torce from the actress May Yohe.
The divorce was granted on evidence that she bad been guilty of
adultery, Captain Strong, sonof ex-Mayor Strong, of New York, being named
as the co-respondent.
CECIL RHODES IMPROVING.
Cam Tows, South Africa, March 2L Cecil
lie is now taking nonriehment.
Ilhodea is much better.
HITCHCOCK HOLDS ON.
Wabhikotom, March 21 Ao evidently Inspired announcement is made
that Secretary of the Interior Hitchcock has no idea of resigning hia cab
MISS. ROOSEVELT, HONORED.
Wilbelmriuvik, March 20. Emperor, William has directed that a
former torpedo-boat, now used as a gnard ship here, shall be re-named
cent stamps for the paper-covered edition,
or 31 stamps for the cloth-bound vo
to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
One-hundred aud eighteen acres of
land, with good house, barn, cldcken
house, and other out buildings, a well of
good water with a pump. This land is
situated four miles north of Wilbur, on
u&ia rcd v Oakland, Tan re three
acres of garden, 13 acres with brush
slashed and burned, sown to grass;
fifty acres under, fence; there are 00
fruit trees on the place. The timber ia
oak and fir. A good home at a bargain.
Apply to, Da. E.DcGas,
mlO Konoburg, Ofegoa.
since heretofore the tendency Iks been
te develep the southern suction of the
slate almost eielnsively.
"Knrsery stock is being delivered at
almost every town en tbe ?nthera Pa
cine front Portland lo Ashland.
Toiler has a Kick.
Portland, March, 21. -President Al
bert Toaier, of the National Editerial
Association, has prepared a resolntion te
be presented at the annual meeting for
the elimination of the title "Doctor" be
fore a physician's name."
Mr. Tozisr says that he has kept tally
on papers in the state, and in one month
in 250 periodicals published in Oregon
there appeared 8,000 separate notices
for doctors all ef which he considers free
"The physicians," said Mr. Tosier,
"expel members of their asxiatioa who
advertise themselves. I don't see why
the newspapers should givs it to then
In a Factory at Oregon City.
J. Earl Faulkner was caught by a re
volving shaft Thursday. Both feet were
tern froni the unfortunate man and he
was otherwise horribly bruised, lis
lived three hours before death merciful
ly closed his suffering.
Ely's trgam Balm
Kasy and pl
Xs CivTy h, w
COLD H HEAD
It la quickly absorb.
uivas itsusr at once.
It Opana and Clsansta
CM ixaaai raisin.
A lars liirlaiiintatidn.
Beala and Protect tha alenihrana. Mrarona th.
Benaesof Tut and huiolL Larga Sue, so eeata SI
IKjW!0' t! lcia by smU.
N. SELIQ, Myrtle Creek,
Branc i :
Canyon vil ', Oregon j
From A to Z we know the Spray Pump Business. You
will certaiuly hnd the pump you want in our stock. See the
Celebrated New Bean
The best Spray Hose, Nozzles and Dunne's
Solid Prepared Sprays.