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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (June 19, 1902)
Oregon Historical Society
la busy aaaiobs brief
you yonr ahar at trA;
Ritrtmir) in doll lft-
Is a very important facte r la
business. Poor crintinsr re-
lied a no credit on a good
" LnsiLe-tt Lonse. Let ns do your Job
Prititiujf we crifirantee it to b in
m every way satisfactory.
sons brings yon yonr at aw, nJ also
tbat of tie merchant who "can't af
o:d" to advertise.
Published on Mondays and ThursdaysEstablished 1868.
Vf V ""If w'if If 111 wVrVvw
ROSEBURG, DOUGLAS COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 19 , 1902.
X K. A. BOOTH, A.C.MAifTMJ.
Douglas County Bank;
EstulMitMietl 188 Incorporated rrrOJ.
Capital Stock, $50,006.00. .
BOAKD P M RECTO '
r. w. rkssos. r. a. boots, j. h. booth, j. t. lat wi .
.1 . K. KT'Ll.Y, A. C. VAEMFES. E. L HIIXfcR.
A :eneral banking business transacted, and CMttar f,ieB eery
accommodation conisteut with eafe and eonserTatire. banking.
Hank oiien from nine to twelve aid irom en to tkree. -
M A T T
B. W. STRONG,
THE FURNITURE MAN. Rosebtir,Ore
Bring Us Your ...
J. F. BARKER & CO.
...Also a full
Highest price paid for Produce.
This Style No. 538 Ask to ee it,
Hints to Housewives.
Half the battle in good cooling, is to have good
when you order them. Call tip 'Phone No. i8r,
for good goods and good aervlet.
C. W. PARKS & CO.
IB in i in mm
Ii yon want 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 want to build a house
Tf vnn want to move a house
If ,ou don't knowPAT F V MUMBL fflffiTCe
I N GS
An alaejHt Una t liaen Wrj.
yettifigt ia ell te.e laTei eeeifaa
eel oDlvriarw bar Joirf erriveJ
Hare yon ma onr lljr,aM Cr
lete, tfttaiBiK cotton" cLaifti,
ail weoie aad a full liae f tbree
qtiartaT -!, raaglaf ia price
from EBc te tl.O jer yYrl. Onr
line nf earpeTt it far saprbr ta
anything we bave ever, ebeva ia
previous year aa-J we "elellgV la
Onr prices &rea always right
and stock complete
Give &s a call
IS TO PLEASE
It's Just Fun
For us to get a chance at
flitting the feet that other
stores CAN'T fit. One
reasoa is We Know Hott,
and the other reason is we
Queen Quality Shoes
There are other folia who "kBo bow," but
they DOXT bare
QUITO QT7AXITT BBOZ8
h, $3.00, Oxforfla, $2 0
and to get them promptly
Liverg, Feed End ale filles
C. T. titsM, Pre).
Saddle Heres, Sifif U and
Doable kit at all fcar
Transleat 5tetf& fn
very trot of tmra ; . . . .
Rates alwaya r?MimfeU
j NEWS Or THE COUNTY.
Gleaned by Our Corps of Special
SOCHI, PERSONAL, INDUSTRIAL.
Tw Women Seriously Injured
in a Quarrel at Placer,
W. Km.r, th popular Mvrtl. C'fk
Mil) iiiBa. wa fi!intal. rttiior this
J. F. tfiuiTb. iorftierlv of tbisritr will
r.rnra mu atart a hmat;rri -.. .j.
hlata JliJlei-. wto lua been ieiiiug
fele aiafer, lira. imit Cleniuts at Kr
btfff . ia at home thia wees.
TTm. r.IiKcr of Upper Azale:i, had a
arior. rnnawar h. wan roaiinji to
to to UkIbt ; ht ! btullv Lurt.
Vj. and ilra. Geo. Robert and daugh
ter, who kav. be?n viriling rvlative in
thi city r.tarned to their hnm. in Ash
H. A. ionaa of thia city, who is ttiprr
lBt.adiog ttp work ar the Ramej- mine
oa Mt B.uln. made busines trip to
fa J. C. Lewia aaice, Monday. .
IV. F. R. Rowfmx wu "allel to
I'lat-r. ixaj.hin. cennty, last Paturduy
I) Btf.nd Jlre. Shirely, th. unfortuoate
woaa who wae o terribly injured in
tht fljiht at that place aicc day ay.
y.rriaJ, at the iK.me t the hriIe
aarante at Jnmi-f.ff-Joe. by th. Uev. W.
Jordon n June 12tb, Arthur I ttzp.4t
kk and Mi Amy Pyeert, daughter (
Mr. as J lfre.Jowph Pyst rt.
O. F. Bohrer, our road !iuirviM.r, hue
the new road irom tilrndale to Wolf
Creek aliut finiehed. He Las j
erew of n.en rinploymi grid will h-gin n
th. KllirT C'rwk d :it f.nce. M'LLir
Mr. and Mre. W. C. Levine .f Fern
wl. will leare in a week ior Harr.ey
nnfT, OigiR u ejend the eummer.
Tk.y .are eold their farm tear ialee
till. aad .t preeent ara 5iting ilr. I.'e
mother, Mre. RednVld at Rk.Tdell.
Tb. Nati.nal Ooniwly (V clueed a
eneeweful engagement nt the cjra
hon. in thia city Townlay. In the dif
ferent POBtet" given dnrinj the wek'
aerforthani-e Mia Ora Wolv.rton wr.n
tk. priz. of a handooine j.Id match
tb. airet popBlar yr.nng lady in our nty
by a gf""d majority. Mr. I.. K. 5hea
w. th. jrie. in the woed eawinj -on-tat.f
ti.o in whi. h Mra. C. T. Nail
we her opponent. Mr. Shea wn the
prie .f a tin. eilrer eet tf tenty-f..nr
pie. ea in i-atin lined mororrn ra. a the
beet wl?z-r. Krl McCurdy captured
k. pie eatihg prize ef SO cent. Thie
mj prr.eiiptly paid all prio.
Portage eab ejBt at Tlacer, we
learned tew Jetaileof th. ead affair of
a w.mait'e right which occurred at that
place two week ... The hligernt
.r. aire. MaK..ey and lire. Shirley
B-J Th. rw etarteu er the iiarp-
BMa of three children and riaar-tK.x
ef doll rajre, end a reenlt Mre
'liirley ie m.t expected to receter frem
ner iBjnriee. th women have eeveral
all children. Mr. Bhirlec'e venngeet
Keleg a eix month. ld lhy. fur hearts
gn etit in pity tor tjoth women who in
a aagry moment forjof their aex and
tbat they bota regretted it a eoon as it
kappABed we feel eure. We hope at
leaet it will be a warning againet quar
rlf .v.r triflet.
Vrt. I tut Stark, end Mr.
ftarl aav beea to Tortland.
Jlre. Cleanenfeef Taradiee Creek baa a
iater and family niting her from the
Wra. A. Fently ba ieen rimraeMeg
thie place and vicinity for varine kinds
Jfr. end lire. Geo. F-enedict ex.-ect te
go to California far the nummer, for the
benefit of Mr. Renedii-te health.
Kiev Mar- Welle, attended t)ie f'ora-
Miencenient Kiercieesat Drain Iaet week
and wae alco ut Cottage drove.
lire. Jlajory ofllandon, tit late of
laterie panaed thromfh thia plate lact
week, oa a visit to ber eon in Scottsbur;,
F. F. Orobbe went foTortland aa re-
tnmed Jaet week. Mr. Grubbeditfuo
find employment that justified )$ re-
Koval to tbat city.
I-et ue tell the traveler noTnethitig that
will pleane bim, the proprietor of the
Bobiaaon Hotel aim-aye bae good din
ner ready for them.
Trot. Mulkey bae gone to (Vioe ( , te
teefe a new location, hie family w ill fol
lew eoon. Hr. ehrf Mr. O. MaUoon will
lite a their boiiae.
lire. Gray of Gardiner, end ber
aanther 31 ra. Jewctt, came tip ou Batur
itf't atage ennmtc for their old home
Es Tj. Ila'mea, and an able crew are
eacammed on tba road below thia place,
bnaily repairing the high way. Mr
Matnee, filly demenetratee tbat be
laewehowto do tbat kind of work in
gaud ebepe, a4 give excellent fatiriae;
Rtv l'.JiontoH tilled bia apjioibt
tr.eut t f M alace ou the l.Vb. The
rtiareb a.rll aeeHia f he eying ateadily
kA aiifely, and a honae of wonbip will
h erecfed thia aaatva.
We tert totaU tbat Miae )lyrta
Eiti4a.ba tif tfa very well the pre!
ett anfcer, A mt Min Eainei i one
et VOtljJmi cvnnty'a ta-her we bope
kertealtb will be -.UipTeved heimeth
ewlof eiaTainatiou meet, in order
tfcJene- bar erfif?cafe, a I reacbera are
Mr. Tongue Finally Secures Pensions
for Indian War Veterans. Fight
with Escaped Convicts.
INDIAN WAR VETERANS' BILL PASSED.
Washington, June 16. The Iudian War Veterans'
bill has now passed both Houses of Congress and goes to
the President for approval. Representative Tongue has
been, laboring in its behalf ibr years, and is very happy
over its final passage. It provides a pension for the Ore
gonians who fought in the Indian wars.
A FIGHT FOR LIFE.
Vancouver, Wash.,Juue 17. At 2 o clock this morn
ing a most exciting event occurred, which shows that
Tracy and Merrill, if run into a corner, will make a des
perate fight for life. They are evidently determined not
to be taken, if possible to escape, and if the inevitable
should finally come to pass, to sell their lives as dearly as
At the hour named, Bujt Beisieckcr and Frauk Davis?
were on guard on the bridge across Salmon creek near the
place where Tracy and Merrill were believed to be in hid
ing and over which the military road passes. Suddenly the
two convicts appeared.
The guards are determined men. and they saw that a
fight was on. The convicts
As the escapes swung into range, four guns were raised
and four men began to blaze away. Several volleys were
thus exchanged. When the reports had died away and
the smoke cleared, it was found that Biesiecker was slight-
jly wounded through the .shoulder. Whether any of the
shots fired by Biesiecker and
sible to say. Tracy and Merrill withdrew speedily to cover. ;
Guard Carson has been dispatched for the blood-j
hounds, and the fight will be kept up, for the detcrmina- j
tion on one side to capture auu
stronger now than ever. Your correspondent is no a- on
his way to the scene of the fight.
ANOTHER COAST RAILROAD.
Portikni, .Inne iS. The
Construction Company of Waldo, Oregon, of which T. W. j
Morgan-Draper is resident and chief eugiueer, will build J
an electric railway line through the Siskiyou mountains
between Ashlaud and the mouth of the Chetco liver in
Curry county. The company has ordered its representa
tives to secure from Surveyor General Melvin the records
of the survey of that country,
land io miles on either side of
This purchase will give
lumber stumpage, which will
The harbor at the mouth
by competent judges to be very fine, and susceptible of
being well improved and made
heav- steam traffic.
TO RK KI.KCTRIC.
It is the intention to operate the roud by electricity.
There is abundant water po .ver on cither side of the Siski
you mountain range, which will be utilized.
This line would do much
of the country, its lumber industry especially. It would
also help the development of
The San Francisco capitalists who arc behind the plan
are working quietly. They
nouncement of their intentions,
connection is reliable. The project is backed by men who
are able to push it through to a successful conclusion.
Pocatkli.o, Idaho, June 17. The opening of the Fort
Flail Indian reservation todav
miners and homeseekers.
ILLINOIS DEMOCRATIC QUARREL. '
CincAGo.Iune 17. Mayor Harrison of Chicago and
Chairman Hopkins of the state
exchanged abusive remarks
state convention met at noon
SENATORS COULDN'T STAND PRESSURE.
Washington', June 17.
the senate committee on
agreed to accept the Spooner
with Cuba and decided to ask
lican senators be called for
Minkkapous, June 17. The local police scandal cul
minated this morning in the arrest of Mayor Ames ou an
indictment retnrned by the grand jury charging him with
offering a bribe. The charge is that the mayor promised
County Commissioners Sweet and Nash $5000 each to vote
for Tom ftrowu for sheriff to succeed Phil. Megaaden, after
Megaadeu was removed by the governor for alleged irreg
ularities. The mayor was arraigned soon after the arrest.
were equally as
Davis took effect it is impos
on the other to pet away is
Oregon I'aciric cc Railroad
as it wishes to buy a strip cf ;
them an enormous extent of
furnish large tonnage to the
of the Chetco riyer is said
capable of accommopating
toward developing that part
have made no public an
but the information in this
was attended bv a rush of
committee had a quarrel and
just before the democratic
The republican members of
Cuban relations today finally
bill providing for reciprocity
that a conference of repub
tomorrow night to consider its
Review Their Thrilling Night
SIILRIH DIRBiYS CIOSE CALL
The Blood-hounds Were Within
50 feet of The Convict
At One Time.
The -tory t'.ld "f the reappearance "f
the o.u i.-t- i as f.lli,M :
Aivuit 11 o'clock ,1 hunday iji'.rmr.-,
an Sunderland and two other were pre
paring their tihhing boat on the wuth
huiik .' the Columbia nearly .oit;
Vancouver. Tracey and Merrill appear
ed al.ve thtm on ilio bank and at the
oint "i a ri.ie ordered the attonifhed
fishermen to ferry them acna-H the river.
The first thin? they did was to w-arch
the boat to as ertain if any arin were
eeiret-l in it. and then, sat'fctied that
there was no danper, c.nifelie.l Sunder
land and hi cnipanions to ferry them
across the ricr.
til.IT L-K W Att n
On the way -ver iraiey sat in therw-.v
( the lat and Merrill in the t-tern. hf.th
keepir.j a e!ow wat-h .n the men wli..
rowed them and l-ver once letting their
r;Tli "-tr.iy fr.ru covering their th-.r-
. . 1 : ! . 1 - ir.phteiie.1 ferrymen. At the
1 :i-'!uvon oi t! e trip the dejrad-
i.r.14 r-i Mtnderianr ti pr"d:ii-e his mon
ey, the an ave up his pocket N.k
cr.:,taj:,;i!; a (" ;'ild piece and tiirce
silver d"llar. if this am'cint Tracey
3i t r-..r:at-! tJ and han'iel lt k the
rP;i ;,'!"!:-or-enin. Heie. take
t!,:- t-n. x. o :.!, t i.ee.i u.l ynnr
inO!iev. We ren' t !.!-. f i. anvwav."
rtirv ni k.:.
1 1 :r:i:.' t t e pis :
r-11 !; 1 :.e !' j'iaci.U"
.i.ir talkli. a -.'reat
the ner hth
Merrill in par
deal. He a-
I'-.-'-i-d t" U- tii'-r cihiv liar ier.-l and
exj-i. .-.! hi;o'lf a. ls ::;j s.rry lie ha 1
1 t.;::-i vtier::T Jnrl:n in the w.-is
i.e.,r terx ,.- :i-n he had the oppirtii-
rvi:-i. "rr)ri tl.ev had
nir tr..i! it. ;he hh we
' ') !t'-t away ihind e' li.e
!t ii. i
in hur'iin at the 1 ead of the
1 wanted t .ill him
! iy -.ii i. N'in, p.d.d'n t sh''t . if yu
j let -iff :) .: mi we'll have ..i:r inT-h
j ti.-ht l.i rr.' I fjt jt:t f-ittf I- kill the
e.:t the san.e when
ti.e i-alii-! utt In itnmi ana went bark.
j and n-, -rry ev, r :r.-e that I
t :n-.i-!i i.ini w lien I da.l the cr.ane.
n Mil- i "'it'i-r.
While Merrill wa detailing the !,if
ry i I tin- cha-e. Traevy sat in t'ie V.rt of
the Kcit sj ii,. nothing hut kepin2 a
harp lx.k"Ut "ii the Wellington -de-re
jn-t ahead a;i i milv hr ke hi silence to
j say, Ikir.'t take u t- far up stream.
I W.. ...'. .'- I . m ..At t.. 'in.
i-i.nver, hut we i..n't want t-'et f far
up the rier."
When the l-nt reo hi-i the shore the
cm icts. w i:h a jmrtii:; admonition to
"keep y 'ir mc-.'.hs sSnt." j:mp--l .mt
and !".ipjearcl into the brush on a
point alVi-.t three miles up stn-am fp-m
Vancouver, while Suuderland and hi
riiipanii.u hurrii-l back to the (.re,.iin
shore and diej-atched Hutjrieve poet
hte to Torthnd with the news.
l.KI a,Kt oi l.
The bandi:, eay Sunderland, looked
fashed and exhan-tel, but si far a. he
could tell were unwoimdiil, though Mer
rill showed him a bullet bole through the
left ehouMer of his shirt, where the bul
let of one of the penitentiary -mania had
penetrate-1 at the time they made their
ecaj-e. Hi left temple ehowed a wound
but thi" i1 explained hy sayiny that in
ecapin)! he lind fallen down an-l hurt it
against the mot '( a tree. Tracey ap
parently was unhurt, though, like hi
partner in crime, he was badly scratch
ed and torn traveling through the brush.
I'I.ENTY OK AMMfMTIoN.
They hal at least 100 rounds of animu-
Coiic1u-1h1 on fourth pap,)
Men who lok
much o 1 u c r
than tliey are
to such aisad-
vantage as Htb tbe
wife who keeps her
nnfmnlv lie:iiitv. The
J sn-ret of health and
the manly vigor which
goes with health is
nutrition. When the
stomach and other or
gans of digestion and
nutrition are diseased
there is loss of nutri
tion, and corresponding-
cures diseases of the
stomach and iu allied
organs, wl'ich prevent
nutrition, and makes
men healthy and vig
I w a greet wifierer
from ilv.utDiU lor ovrr
two ycurft, huI was e cum
ulete 11 hv aicel wreck."
rite Mr. Prtston E. reaicrmcncr, m ryv
.i.i.rii i. --T .Imi ntillerrd much Willi sou-
up I ion. ' I Idcd uianv diltrrenl tutJicine
which wire ivcomiorndeJ to cure the trouble
hni thii.e onlv nioe roe "
M It I bd liaidlv nv Cloud m my whole bo."y
. . to.- f . mmr i. tail Otl dVertiKDlf Ot Ot I t
Piefcc'i I at one uievl tr. Pierce Ooldcti
ij. ..1 ril..-v mid Pl.uit Pellet. ' 1
- .r, .,.. . 1
bottl of tha ' DUwfff ' wUUb brought me I
tack tauiy orur tate ofheiUh." I
Pr. riwte'a rUcta cures souiUpatiou,
Are ymi partic:i!ar
if voi: Ai;t: c at
AMI A-K FOR!
Trice is no higher and everv can guaranteed
t s 1
Honest bargaining : a
wear that badge, and ask
i i .
examine oar iirgc au: tomp.ete stock ot
Staple and Fancy GrocerieSe
We are now over
mm, mMM. m mm
Andjin -rdr to reduce- this stock we are prepared a)
(v to makv; the most attractive prices. It will pay you
. m :
to ca.i ana enquire
Frcsh Farm Produce is our Specialty,
Mrs. B -yd's old st.i.s 1. o-r:iv.r Ja - - ks
radical Watchmaker, Js wler and Optician
Carries a complete stock of Watches. Clocks. 0
Jewelry, Diamonds and
WATCH KKI'AIRING A SPKCIALTY.
ii not c--n ln. ;ve t" vffc
It ihs-iii't wai-li clc.n.
lann-lry stn-akv au-l m !
the w:;t.-r ti.o'-i.l.lv
- . We r:-er
Thu. in a l-liii-'ii t "i.r -siil .11: I i-cr.-ciiii-
in lami-!iri:c. v..- ! 'm -.v -m l'.
ati-fact'irv rcu'.l W e !n -;M turn
out work of a i!i- iiictlv ri -r yh..rao
ter. at very nuilerate r.iti-. Sp-c'al at
tention given t- sinrt. o-!i.ir ar.d m 3.
lest wr ice.
9ace io lazl. 9o Cast or fJallcablc iron
Skeins. 9o poor material covered up with quadtf
We just received a fine line of Studebaker Hacks and
Coffee, Tea and Spices
We have a line that
is a good one. The
latest style and cut.
in all the Balbrig
gans,linen mesh and
in Straw and Felt,
in the new Florodo
.:i.iay- -atnrday. excepted.
badge of nobility. We
you to visit our store and
- stocked with
L. COBB i
- .n and C'j-s tii. m
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