The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190?, June 16, 1902, Image 1

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Is a vry important factor in
Im-iiiif-bs. F"oor priDtintr re-
In busy seasons brings
you yonr share of trade;
advertising ia dull rea
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I'.wis no credit on a good
lustrums Louse. Let ns do yonr Job
l'riijii'ij wh tuarautee it to be in
every way hsdibfactory.
sons brings yon yonr 6hare, and also
tbat of tie merchant who "can't af-
ord" to advertise.
Published on Mondays and ThursdaysEstabiished 1868.
ROSEBURG, DOUGLAS COUNTY, OREGON, MONDAY, JUNK 16. 1002.
No. 48
Vol. XXXIII.
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Douglas County Bank,
EstablisMietl 18S,v Incorporated ioi.
Capital Stock, $50,000.00. 5
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F. W. HFSH S. 11. A. V.OOTH. .1. It BOOTH, J. T. BUI Ui KS V
I. 1. KFL1.Y, A. C. M ARsTKRS, K. L. M1I.1.KR. ;
t .....i i..,..i;t lkiiiii.i iranc-ii-tl nn.l I'tKt.tnuM-s eiven everv y
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v accommodation consistent with safe and conservative bankme. Y
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! LATE NEWS SUMMARY
Important Events of the Past
few Days.
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An elegant line f l inen Warp ...
Mattings in all the latest designs (i
and colorings have just arrived. $
Have yon seen our elegant Car
pets, containing cotton chains,
all wools and a lull line of thrt-e-viuarter
goods, ranging in price
iroui 2Sc to ? l.r5 per yard. Our
line of carpets is far superior to
anything we have ever shown in
previous years and w e delight in
fhomiii" them.
STATE, GtNERU, fOREIGN.
Cream of the Dispatches Dished
Up in Condensed Form for
the Busy Reader.
LATEST NEWS.
B. W. STRONG,
THE FURNITURE MAN. Roseburg,Ore
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CHICKENS.
EGGS,
BUTTER.
FOR CASH OR TRADE
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Krtijse & Newland
First class
Groceries
Our prices are always right
and stock complete
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DEVER'S
BLEND
COFFEE
.Also a full liue of...
Kii.un;i. tin- ll.;.u!aii ..:i-.hh..
.-it'iii o! itct i it y ;iiter a ten years" .sleep.
The next legislature will consist of 24
republicans in the senate and i demo
crat. In the house the jvpublii'ans
have 4" 1i:.'1ii1h i and the oemocrats IlV
Wasiiiii:ton county i- to 'in its .;i rt in
hnil.tin t forty mile bridge across the
(ireat alt I.ak.-' c -ntractor has coui-
i.ieuced cntiir. !:,. i.iiins: u.r that pur-
-e iil the tiin'-. r l.ear ' .a-loi;.
friday in-.mii.t: " ar:in Mi-s Addie
rtotHer. of Aii-any. u.t caught in a
hlinj: lt d and when ra. ln-.l by h.-r
mother, v inj h.-a : d her Fei.-an.-. a un-
nii : !!-. ;:eariy -!!:: i.ered .
i..v. Whit ar.ei-. lb.- s-rst i.eniorof
M ."n. i- .il at Kujexie. lie
ni l tii'Vfriinr b--!y are the-nly living
ex-s:ovcrnor cf l!.e Male, lotheni "as;e
is like a luty winter, frosty br.t kiudly.
lh ii. lle:.ry r.hiekm.iii. laic en. liiiate
tor ;.! tre.!-iu r. of 1 i-ij.-r. Ut n
ill the cite till- Week. He i..k- Holt
tin- w..r?e iii t'oti-..jt;ciicr o: hi-defeat.
Portland l'i.-i atch. Vo;; ier il he ha
iiitr.ltiifd an "i lier Home iill- lately.
t're-o-, VoH the l.lgi.e-t p reel. of
pri.eg at 'lie t'h.irle-t. .ii expo-ii;on (if
any stat.- in the I'nion. This i- ppJue
live of a tei hi.ee! ereat -ati-f.u -1 i i but
not -;trpri-e. e-i tre'on i- aiway- a
prize uinm-r. The r. i:o:i exhibitors
reCeii-l ?"H i:ie h.!- ai.d ibpioi'.a-.
It i- c .ntid- :.; Iy ai.ticipat.--l that the
oiiiei.il v : - i M .i!:ii..a.ii cunty ni'.l
U- lini-hed by the time .v.-ri...r C'ham-bt-rlaiu
elect i- r.ady to take hi--eat.
l"..r -low r.es- the oiiiei.'o- ho do Vote
coin. tii;u and eai.va iii in M'iitnoi..ah
i'.iity at tli- ., .i i ..; n..- ela--. 1 he
rk they have tiii? year ha- been
a i'.i-'r.l. e to the -tate.
The Vi.-i.:ia corr.-p-.tident of the
I 'aily Kxpress s;-y- a report ha- lea- hed
tin re !:-!!) t o:.;;:. 1. 1:;, t-. the cin ct
that Ar.i'h t'iln-!. :i-u have ma acred a
c;.raaii of v.e.iill v ;.. .chant- in tie-
desert :.t a .ii.t ir.i;.-. :;..iu Kk it.
in A-a:atie Tci rvi-v. A- e. r i;n to tin-
t'on-taiitnioi.Ie r- i-.rt, :i!v w r-"ii
it o! the ' n!.oeo!i:i,- .-e.l t he . ara .iti
e-cape-h
t-iuc- th.e 'i' .".t r pattof tie-"hit'
ha-.e left Mariihi ii':.-t:ie i.i--jr-s ima;jn;e
that the i -hit. '. I- at h-iuth theirom
TiieV h.l'.e n.et :ili l e.ecl'.tj a lictTo L'"V-
eri.or a:. l ther .i'.-ei. Ti.e "joverii
ur" ha- already ii-line.i-h.-.i him-eif by
l.H.tin and ex. II.- i- -aid to
have ama--i'd e..::--;.l rai'h' wealth by
pilbi'iUj: h"i:-e- ali ..v.-r t'ne l.-lan-'t. His
foilow.-rs are inllam'.-l by .'.rink and
give thcm-elvc- up to orgie- of the luo-t
revoltim: des-ription.
Convict Ingram to be Pardoned
Rumor . Says Crater Lake is
BoilingOther News.
INGRAM'S BRAVERY RKVVARDKD WITH PARDON.
Salkm, June i ;v Iu auswer to au inquirj" of The Tele
gram this moruing as tc whether he contemplated pardon
ing Frank S. Ingram, the life term convict who was hot
by Convict Merrill while trying to protect prison guards
from being shot during the outbreak Monday, Governor T.
T. Geer said:
lI am disposed to pardou Ingram, whose splendid ac
tion 1 believe deserves recognition, and unless valid objec
tions should be raised and presented against such clemcn
e-, I think I shaU take the matter up favorably in a week
or so. There is no immediate hurry, as Ingram is n -t in
condition to be moved vet. and besides I want to give time
lor all persons to be heard iu the matter."
Ingram was sentenced to life i ptisim".:t
County for killing his own bro'.'.ier ten ye.ir
wound was in the right leg, which was so icd'.v
that amputation was necessary.
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CONVICTS ELIDE POSSE
Progress of Coos Bay Roseburg
Rail Road Survey.
PRESIDENT STANDS BY CLBA
Eugene to Hold a Street Fair
September 10th to 14th
Other News.
o! I I '. W- I.I.I I'K ITH-t tll-.
Nli.:.', . .Im... i:;.-Tl.e . l.ai-e f.,r Tra-c.-y
;,iid Merrill h;. de-m-rate-l into a
!;. .-re blind -earcli. All effort- to pick
:p the trail to lay have proved futile.
The po e I- n. .v. wandering aimie--lv
in tie i.--l.'!d-.rh.l of t!;.- draves
ran. i.. i: tie-trail is not found t'.lay,
ti.e -.tr. ii proba1 iy v, ill ! abaii'lone-1.
and t!if wl. .1 ' party will retnrn home.
' v A . ...1 Oregon ( ;ty. joined
t! - m i.ii.g J arty t -.ljy, liain U-eii
r h r.-d ..-it lal evening. The a!en
i .i -:! :m .!, j, .no, have Ih ii
"I i- ! e i p. .:.,e.
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Are yon parti.-niar
about vonr
Coffee, Tea and Spices
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CURRIER'S GROCERY
A I A-K TOi:
morjopoi,E BRANDS
I'ri.-e i- ho i.!.h-r ah ! e;.-ry can guarante:.!
T n Rosfcburg'5
turners,
Leading
Grocer
Suits
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SISTER SAYS INGRAM ACTKD IN Si-i.i'-Drl i-NSIi.
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convict who came so near losing his life a: t'.i -
is working in the hopyards across the river ft--:
Her name is Mrs. Isabella Buudv. She was
Tuesday and learned the current report that her I
was dead. She visitedth e Penitcutiarv at once with
of caring for the body, but learned for the firs t ti:ue ui h:
probable recovery. Mrs. Buudv, while supposing he
dead, insisted in the innocence of her brother, wv... .-Lu
said, killed his own brother in self-defense. She leturncw
iu the evening and resumed her work iu the hopyard.
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A !ar:,,er 'in-' to.vard
..I lv... iim 11 carrying yun
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a:i i uei.t t...irds the rixer.
-i '!. y will e.-t a 1m! near
on pure and r. -- to ti.e
I - !1 tliere tl.ey Il.a" Jo lip
nd r. a. ! Portland ia Wiil
rid -w.-eo t..i;:."tit. I'olii-
N.ttio.'ia: oiar l. return
l.ul.. ti.i- ..:;.-rii.-.ii. vh-r.:t-
lUtbili and other- of the
1 N.-e-;y at la-t report-
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We have a liue that
is a good one. The
latest style and cut.
Ti
in all the Balbrig
gans.Mnen mesh and
light weight wool
Hats
iu Straw and Felt,
iu the new Florodo
ra Shape.
'Phone 353
Cocs I; -kesthurg Ri!roiJ
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- -Mrt-l fr.-n
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Tie- d- :i..r.
.(lv jf In.e'.e
Al-j
Seeds
Highest price paid for Produce. Give us a call
Zr-SPUR MOTTO IS TO PLEASEe
Kruse & Newland
It's Just Fun
For us to get a chance at
flitting the feet that other
stores CAN'T fit. One
reason is We Know How,
and. the other reason is we
have
Queen Quality Shoes
There are other folks w ho "know how,"' but
thev DON'T have
:. QTJEBN QUALITY SHOES
Tuis Style No. 5 38 Aek to ee it, enoes, d.w, uxioras, .ou
PLIHT'S SHOE STORE,
Hints to Housewives.
Half the battle in good cooking, is. to have good
fresh Groceries, and to get them promptly
when you order them. Call up 'Phone No. 181
for good goods and good service.
C. W. PARKS & CO.
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.Liverj Feed and $ale ' f&airle
Q. P. Barnard, Prop.
Saddle Horses. Single and
Double Rig at ail hours
Transient Stock gven
very be ' care
Rates, always reasonable
CRATER LAKE BUlLING.
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Medford Oregouiau: Crater Lake is begiuin t j
and steam, according to reports of recent arrivals.
though none of those interviewed have se.Mi the lake it
they claim that clouds of steam could be
from where the Lake is located. As the
tions of Pelee have already kindled so many tires in other
craters, some believe it may be responsible for the boiling
of Crater Lake, if reports are true.
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Roseburger's Close Call.
Jt'cTioN Cm. June VJ. il. Ii.
atch, conductor on a freight train he.
with -Junction and Ih'.-eiHir.;, had a
! call lor i lis lite on Wednesday.
While--atleiii.liii to board the engine til"
his train at t'omslKk hi- f j-t slipjx-d
and he fell, striking his side oh the cor
ner of the tank, tailing, to the ground
verv close to the rail. Mr. Veatch
inks he fractured some of hi- ribs.
lie left lor hoine on the ov-rlaljd feeling
verv sore.
Camas VaUey.
Mr. i;.ihanhcn from . an I iancisco
Kad in the Vallev a fevvdavs ao visitin?
ith Ids lau;:hter Mrs, Lizzie bund- h.
Jhe "Lions" eave -their sup-r
and etitertaininent hist Saturday even-
in', tlier.i bein' uU: a crowd prevent,
Ir. Tavlor anions the miuiber.
l:oad-supervisor I"avis has taken a
force of hand- down below the alley
for the purpose of improving the roads,
mid from thesoiiml of the numerous
blasts we should jude that said lm
pruveineiits arc beiiia iicide. t'nder
Mr. Iavis'B suiervision we are asKiired
of pout roads.
Mr. I'.ai Ix-r i- reinovin stumps from
his ranch w ith dvnamite. Others who
lire troubled with stumps in their fields
would do well to adopt Mr. I'.arluT
plan.
The slice station has recently lecli
moved from Mr. 1'e Oroat" to A. L.
Brown-. Me Bkia.
For Sate or Trade.
WILL ASSAULT OLD GLORY. -
Washington, June 12. After several years of aln.o-t
entirely theoretical work, the General Hoard of the Navy
is now preparing to demonstrate by practical test the
soundntss of its theories. Rear-Admiral Philip IL Cooper
has been placed "in charge of the preparation for war f
the district extending from Chatham light, Cape CoJ, to
Baruegat light, New Jersey.'" Rear-Admiral Louis Kempff
has been given duty ot a similar character cn the Pacific
coast. These two officers will follow out the mans ot the
board by placing the defenses of this coast, which come
under the control of the Navy iu condition best to w ith
stand a mimic attack of a foreign fleet, stimulated by the
North Atlantic fleet ou the one side and the North Pacific
squadron on the other.
1 have a lew more "ood horses lor sah
or trade. ai-o, a sinirle dnvtiur luijiiiv
siikI harness, l ine Jersey cow lor sale.
A lew mi l e excellent liuildiiijr lots ill
l-auliful Uiverside Addition, for sale
This is 111 v individual property and
v.,11 want any oi it. see meat in v ollice
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NO SUNDAY FAIR IN ST. LOUIS.
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o whether the
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Another nessage for Kitiprocity.
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var:';i ! the i-.hti--.-t-
t:...t; he m;?t ' tl.c-i.e-:
- .:! .rter-. but can-
is si'.-tit and create a t..!-e iin
Ihe in. M.ia- f..!.v:
a e.i'.thy ai.l -.cr:u! Na
a is a vo'ir. rein.bac. sli'.i
a !.. .. e p. lis her hirth. h-.-e
t'i: ure, w h. -e ery life, mu-t de
'ii .-ir attitude t-'War-l lier. 1 ask
-. h.-!p her .Is she -tnti.'ie- t:p
ioi. tin painful and dithcr.lt ro;id
eriihieiit and ihdcM hdchCe.
I a-k this aid for her l-oause -ho is
weak, l-ocau-e she ut-tsU it, levau"? we
a'rea.lv aidol her. I ask that oi-n-
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St. Louis, June 12. President Francis has been auth
orized by the exposition directors to sign a coutr::ct with
Leslie M. Shaw, Secretary of the Treasury, in witch the
World's Fair mauagemeut pledges itself nop to operate the
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iuii uii ouuuoy iu any nine. i ins .uiiuii uua iaKtii .is he ;. u i!l p"
result of a letter from Secretarv Shaw, requesting the com-'be-t a-Uanta-.-.
panv to comply with the Federal act appropriating $,ooo,-
000. 1 lie becretary notihea tue company mat none ot tue
vouchers of the National Commission for salary or general
expenses would be allowed, unless the contract was signed.
La
handed help, .fa kind which a self-re-s
-1 ; 1 i r jviple call accept, In ;iven to
I i.ha tor the ery reason that we have
i.-ii her -ach help in the jmst. Our
-..Idler- height to ive her freedom, and
I T tliree ear- our repreM-ntatives. civil
and ii. Hilary, have toiled uncva-ineU-,
lacing di.-i-asc of a jH-culiarly siui-ter
and fatal type with patient and iincoin
plaini::,.' I'ortiin.le. to teach her how to
u-e arijht her new fretstom. Never in
hi-tory has any alien country ln-eii thu.
a lminister.-d with such hih integrity of
jinrjx -u. h w;-e judgment and such a
single-handed .ieotiu to the country's
iinere-t. Now I a-k tli.it the ("ukum
ible chance to tie to the
the freedom of which
! Americans have such rittht to !c l.roiid
and tor w hi. Ii so many American lives
have been sacrificed.
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Wliite House,-June 13, 1W2.
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wear that btdge, and ask you to visit our store and
examine our Urge and complete stock of
Staple and Fancy Groceries
We are n .w over-stocked with
pnrriy niminiurc nun cm
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Wollenberg Bros.
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t n rt u n u r phi!
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Aud.t:. - u..: to reduce this stock we are prepared
to make the mjt attractive prices. It will paj- you
to cail uu! ecq r.ire.
Fresh Farm Produce is our Specialty
W. L. C
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Mrs. K .v A'- ..'el stall 1. - Titer
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A. SnLZMAN
Practical Watchmaker. Je wler and Optician
Carries a complete stock of Watches, Clocks,
Tewelrv. Diamonds and b'.Iverware
WATCH ltKPAlUIN'i A -PKCIALTY.
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DEATH ON THE RAIL.
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A WARM BABY
isr.'t a .vay- a cinfortableone, any more
t; a:i a ::.a;i i- in warm weather with
hi- ce.tS ;,. . ,s,iars wilting, uheu tliey
are not properly latuulr.l. When yHir
-hirts. ohar- and cuffs are laundricd
her-- . u -ciVy forth under a broiiiujt
July sea happy in the knowledce that
your lhieii will hot "tucker ont" before
the day i over. Try a sample of our
Summer lanndrying.
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Nashville, July iv Through a collision of passen
ger trains on the Nashville, Chattauooga and St. Louis
Railroad live persons are dead and sixteen injured.
KILLED UNDER ELECTRIC CAR.
Portland, June 13. Dr. McDaniel of this city slipped
and fell under the wheels of an electric streetcar this fore-
He was instantly killed.
noon.
If you waut 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 waut to build a house
Tf.vmi want to move a house
Reseburg,
Oregon,
Cream Wanted.
Doiielas, County Cicamei v wants your
i -rea 111 and will pay highest, cash pi ice
for butter fat . Write for cream cans
WdJI furnish vou Cream Separators that
liro sno'iiil to none in vnanty ami nice
oil inort any condition you may desire.
The Sharpies Tubiiler Creaiu Separator
leads. Iioiiwlas eouiilv creamery refer-
ances. I'ir-I National l'.anl; and Hoiiilns
Count v I'.auk, I.'osehiii-, Oregon.
Sini lis' Dandruff I'omaJj.
gfops llehtnr scalp upon one applieat ion
three to six removes 'all dandruff and
will stop falling hair. l'rice ."0 cents.,
lor calc hy Mar.-teiu JJru Co, Mltf.
TRUSTED EMPLOYEE WENT WRONG.
Nkw York, June 13. A trusted employee of the Wes
tern Union Telephone Company embezzled $16,000 from
the company and fearing investigation of his account has
disappeared,
CUBAN RECIPROCITY.
Washington, June 13. President Roosevelt sent a
special message to Congress today, advocating the enact
nieut of a law providing for reciprocity trade rebtious with
the Cuban republic.
IZtiKene .Street Fair.
l.miAK. June . At a meetiiii: oi a
number of business men at Mavor G. R.
'hri-hinaii's ollice this foreiiiHin it was
ciilcd to hold the street fair audcarui-
il on Wednesday, Thursday. Friday
and Saturday. S.-i.temUr 10. 11. 12 and
II. .1. Arnold, a street fair promoter
;ind owner of several attractions. :i
resent nt the meet ini:, as was Ko Mr.
l ri-st, w ho has Ih'cii in the ,-ity several
weeks in the interests of the proiiosed
'air.
.Mr. ArnoM lias such amusement as
the following, nil of which ie. will hrinu'
to Fueene for our carnival : Haloon as
cension, lldison's electric shows.
Turkish actors, German villasre, nierrv
p)-riinnd. ocean wave minstrels, etc.
STUDEBAKER
tl, CATARRH
for
inrFNT F JSKVa .Ci'fl.rcCOlDl
TRIAL SIZE
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Ely's Cream Balm I
Civet Relief at once.
It rli-Mum, BixitliM ami
Iii'hIk llii" .iie;if0tl iiiu-
lirniif. It iiirt'ii atie-rh
niul .Irivi-. invnv a Col
...i...ii.,i,i,.,-Lic. niini v
.i....ki ii. PmtfHtS tli 4lrtllbrti.
pur, , i run i -" k - j
ALY UKUl UUlS, WYurui!UXvl, Yotfc,
Mountain Gear
Farm Wagons.
Wade to last. ?o Cast or 9atca6e iron
Steins. 9o poor material covered up with quadtf
oa int.
We just received a fine line of Studebaker Hacks and
Buggies.
Churchill k Woolley
Sfa'SiiK, F F. patteFgon. 2H38,