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Published on Mondays and Thursdays Established 1868.
ROSEBURG, DOUGLAS COUNTY, OREGON, MONDAY, AUGUST 25, 1902;
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O R. A. BOOTH. A.C.M1RSTERS. - U.C.GAI.KY,
V , President, Vice Prefklent. - Oishier q
Douglas County Bank,
Established I883. Incorporated 1901. g
; Capital Stock, $50,000.00.
BOARD OP DIRECTORS f 9
F. W. BEXSOX, R. A. BOOTH, J. H. BOOTH, J. T. BRIDGES X
J. F. KELLY, A. C. MARSTER3, K. L. MILLER. 5
6 A general banking business transacted, and customers givea every x
0 accommodation consistent with safe and conservative banking. "
Bank open from nine to twelve and from one to three. " 0
It fact anything you want to travel
J' B. W. STRONG,
THE FURNITURE MAN.
Bring Us Your ...
J. F BARKER d CO.
II 3L LiCldd
. Also a full liue of...
BLEND OXCleZ -
Highest price paid for Produce Give us a call
rr- OUR MOTTO IS . TO PLEASEJ
Kruse & Newland
FLINT'S POPULAR SHOE STORE.
: Opposite First National Bank-
Hints to Housewives.
Half the battle in good cooking, is to have good
fresh Groceries, and to get theru promptly
when vou order them. Call up 'Phone No. 181,
for good goods and good service. " "
C. W. PARKS & CO.
T.iks the Rin'-i i';, M "u'.l S i?)
Spring Hack leaves i:oseturg ivery Morning at 6 o'cloek.
are showing the greatest line
of Medium Vrrrcd Vttxkr vc '2
htV M'T ll flit - O
A new line of trunks iut m-civel b
VALISES, TELESCOPES fe
with. Remember the place,
ur Prices are always right
and stock complete
fa fa fa h h I
There is great variety of ennnirig litt
Dainty Little Shoes
in great variety of material, cut and fin
ished in a way to give the greatest com
fort to growing feet.
At 25c. and Upwajd
there's a line of fine Baby Shoes which
are of surprising value. Others more
elaborately finished at higher prices,
all excellent value.
LiVerj, Feed and $lz $hlrt
C. P. Babhabd, Prop.
Saddle Horses. Single and
Double Rigs at ail hours
' Transient Stock gven
very be' care
Rates alwavs reasonable
Line for alt points on Coos Bay. Good
LATE NEWS 5UA1AIARIZEI).
State, General and Foreign News Con
densed for the Perusal cf
the pusy Reader.
It is s;iil that 2T cents u o!iiid has
Ih'oii offered in Marion county by hop
The farmers aie funning a wheat trust
to get ahead f the other hi monopo
The IWr war cost r'lighind tV-r one
billion dollars. Th L'"ld JniiieV will pav
that back in a few years. , ;
The (li tance from C'm'S I'-aV to Salt
Lake is placiMl at SOO miles iindlll'Vft-t
of the railroad will lx $ !5,tWJ,0(irt.
The Northern racttio will come into
Portland in lSOlon a bridge across the
Colnmbia near Vancouver and tin Will
amette at the brad of Swan il.ind.
The ChiiniM ptie.xa.i t er-p is rj'porKil
tirst-ciass, i;ot .-ily lteiog lar- in quan
tity but Al in ijualiiy, .says the Ail-any
They have built a lot ni now stalls frr
live t-toek at the State Fair (J-nunds
andslill there v. ill lie more stm k than
stalls. It is goiug tu hj a great fair.
(.ieolgr W. 1 r.ser, postmaster at Os
Wi'go, was rohl c.l of f-'i hile gin to a
circus. Anv ma:i who g'i's to a circus
with that mini: money bho'ild lx under
the care iI his parent.
A la!y tiger was br.m at KingHn's
circus in loitian.l last iuelav.
Another advert iseinent f-r Foitlaud.
It shou.d le name.1 after the city and
state of its birth. - T" ' .
King of watermelons is that which hs
leen grown at llocky Tord. Ou.'Thi?
agricultural wonder measures five fe-t
in length, weight :' poc.nds, " and is
three fe-t in tircumh r-mv.
There are this year two Republican
tickets iu Vermont and one Democratic
ticket. The Republicans are divided on
the question of prohibition or high li
cense, and the IVmocrats ln-e to win
the (lovernship in that Gilhratter of Re-
Rev. J.R. N.IVd, paHor of the Pres-
byterian churih at lUkcr City, is laid
up at Mt. Talior, PortlanJ, from the
effects of a fill at Meacham a f w days
aw'. He was attending the Presbytety
at that place and in converging with a
brotlier pastor on a bri.l : le.iut-1 on a
hand-rail.' The hand-rail was and
gave way to his weight, eatts'iig him t
fall a distance of sis feet .
The coal situation is Incoming desprr
ate. AH over the land the consumer is
being made the victim of the industrial
strnggle between the Pennsylvania Coal
ojterators and their striking mine work
ers. Thela'.est p.uced iheeriu iniT!ritt
ation from Pennsylvania is to the efleet
that by the middle of S-ptcml-er the
supply of anthracite cal i" the hau ls
of railroads and dealers will In- exhaust
ed. Contracts have lieen sigmsl K-twwn
Jessie Smith, of Natron, I-ane (.'ounty,
anil a large Eastern luinW'ricg firm,
lousing acres of land for -J years on
wliieh a sawmill with a capacity of 17",-
0X1 feet jx.-r day will lie l uilt at ov.ee.
The new company has aopaiieWio acres.
of tim!T Ian I, hive an option 011 a
large tract an 1 i" also negotiating with
the railroal company for another tract.
President R -xevelt has legtin his
tour of New Rutland aud the trip prom
ises to ,lje a notable one in the history
of this sectioi. The Hospitality of the
Cit? of Boto!i ha Ui-ii extendl to
Presidents Cleveland, Harrison, Hayes
Arthur, Grant and McKinley, while
they were iu office, hut PresiJent Rm
velt is tliP lirst Chief Fx'-u'.ive of the
nation to undertake a tour of all the
Sew England staL-s.
Jerry Morris is anothe- sufforer near
Leona. U"rlnes lay he was engaged iu
loading a tram c ir with rails -the.
tr.:nway. ;trd after comp'eting the work"
!: f.dl-d. to hind the rails," m he should
huvec'oiM'. He attemjrted in climb up
on the side of the loaded ear. ben the
ri'ils started to j dl toward him. In
jumping backward to get out of the way,
he iel! ht of bin back, and one of the
rails rolled off the I.ad ami fell across
him, breaking one leg and badly brnip
ing the other.
Jealously cau-ed "Little" George
Smith, colored, to murder his white w ife
at 12:30 Friday in'a ciie ip "kmI ging-honsc
aft Portland, by sending a bullet through
h" h'ft breast. Iu trying to make his
escape he ran into tiie arms ti Officer
Kitzmiiler, and was Iolge.l in jail a
ehort tiiite afterwards. The victim is
evidently about 27 years oldrne vai
legally married to Smith about three
yeaTS ago. It is said she formerly lived
near Forest Grove. For the last year
or so she has leen in the cril of the
North End, and sometime ago left her
husband, claiming that he licat and
Mrs. Fair's Will.
Sam Fraxcihco, Ahg. 21. The w ill of
Mrs. Fair w is offered for probate today;
lit' the provisions the mother and each
of her brothers and sisters are given a
$ 10,000 annuity. The remainder of her
estate is4jcneathed to her husband.
The heirs of Charlas Fair w ho died in
the automobile accident with his wife,
offer to give Mrs. Fair's relatives the
entire estate of which she was the jkis
sessor at the time of herjdeath, provided
they will make no contest on her
Orvjton and Other Poems
Is the title of a lit'.Je hook containing
my poems, which I have just find pub
lished. I am now selling it over Rose
burg, mid will mail it to any one who
will send mo 10 cents. Address,
' Auxin Haknhss, Rosehurg, Oregon.
We have in stock several scmd hand
bicycles which wo will sell at very low
prices or will trade for wood.
tf A. C. Mahhters & Co.
Republicans in Session at Olympia
Fire at Pendleton'Foul Mur
der at North Yakima.
Olympia, Wash., Aug. 23. rThe indorsement of A. J
Fait nor fr Congress without a dissenting vote, a walkout
by 25 delegates and the. tabling, by au overwhelming vote
of-a railroad commission resolution were the three stirring
incidents of today's Republican county convention. The
convention was presided over
who was elected chairman without a contest. As soon as
the vote on the committee -"on 'vrcdeutials' report was had,
all of the anti-Palknor men from the Sixth Ward, excepting
Mien Weir, arose and, headed by J. R. Chaplin, left the
convention. I hey were followed by County Commissioner
Thomas Ismay, at the head
precinct, aud four from Teniuo, amid cheers and cat-calls.
The names of 15 dclcgates'to
ported by a committee, and
they be pledged to the candidacy of A. J. Falknor for Con-
gress. me report was aciopica witn great eutuusiasm, ana
Mr. Falknor responded to many calls for a speech.
Ti;c platform iu brief is: A. J. ralkuor, of Olympia
is indorsed for Cougress. Cuban reciprocity is held to be
as certain as fate. Action of Roosevelt in dealing with
trusts is indorsed. Railway Commission resolution is
tncd.-. State board to assess corporate property lying in
more than one country is demanded.
BIG FIRE AT
Pkndlktox, Aug. 23. Fire here tins afteiuoou caused
a loss of about $30,000. About 3 o'clock Kerr, Gifford &
Co.'s warehouse, Just across the tracks fremthe O. R. &
X. Co.'s freight warehouse, was discovered to be on fire.
The building was 300 feet long by 40 feet wide, aud when
the fire got under headway the heat was terrific. The
total loss is as follows:
O. R. & N. Co $15,000
Owners ot goods in warehouse 3,000
Contents of cars in yards 5,000
Kerr, Gifford warehouse O.ooo
Miscellaneous .-. 1,000
F( UL PLAY AT NORTI I Y AKI MA.
North Yakima, Wash., Aug. 22. The body of a dead
man was found at 10 a. m. today lyiug in the sage along
the railway track north of Yakima flouring nulls. The
man died from the effects of a bullet wound in the left
breast just over the heart aud it is supposed that he was
murdered. It is not known yet who he is. A book found
iu one of his pockets contained the name of Mouttou,
Camden, Ark. At 5 a. m. today a pistol shot was heard by
the people living in the vicinity where the body was fouud,
but nothing was thought of this. Passers-by later found
the body and evidence showed that it had been dragged
several yards through the brush and left there. An in
quest is now being held.
BRINGS SULTAN TO TIME. .
Constantinople, Aug. 2 2. Through the medium of
Izzel Bey, oue of his secretaries, the Sulfan today sent a
friendly message to the United States Minister, John G.
Lcishman, assuring him that all the pending claims of the
Ignited Stales would be compiled with, and begging the
'Minister to resume his visits
of these fresh assurances. Mr.
Grand Vizier, Said Pasha, and the Minister of Foreign Af.
fairs, Tewfik, Pasha. Mr. Lcishman aud Robert S. McCor-
mick, the United States Ambassador to Austria-Hungar
will attend the sclemilk tomorrow, and will probably have
an audience with the Sultan.
Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 22.
proclamation suggesting that onbunday, beptember 14, the
first anniversary of the death of -President McKinlev.
memorial services be held iu all of the churches in Buffalo,
and that the citv be draped with the flatr of our country.
He further suggests that on
sary special exercises be held in the schools.
TO ASSASSINATE THE SULTAN.
Vienna, Aug. 23. It is
lead cr of the Macedonian revolutionary committee, has or
ganized a committee the object of which is to effect the as
sassination of the Sultan of Turkey.
HIGHEST PRICE FOR HOPS.
Salem, Aug. 23. George L. Rose, a Salem lion buyer.
has purchased for A. Lehman
Andy Cone hop crop ot 15.000 pounds at 22 cents. This is
the highest price paid this year on . contract. Coen lives
NEW EXPRESS COMPANY PRESIDENT. ,
New York, Aug. 22.
me ouincrn racinc Kanroau,
the Weils rargo Express company. 1 he election wul be
held iu a short time.
KING ADOPTS SON.
Viknxa, Aug. 22. The Mittags Zeitung today states
that King Alexander, of Scrvia, realizing that he cannot
expect children of his own, has determined to adopt a peas
ant boy as his successor to the throne,
by State Senator A. S. Ruth,
of 13 delegates from Bucoda
the state convention wtre re
the report recommended that
to the Porte.-- In consequence
Lcishman today visited the
Mayor Kuight has issued a
the day following the anniver
learned that M. Saravoff, ex-
& Co., of Cincinnati. O., the
E. II. Harriman, president of
is 10 oe eieciea president 01
Nominate a full Jic et. . Resolution
for the Suppression of
Boise, Idaho, Aug. 22. The Republi
can State convention yesterday nomina
ted the following ticket:
Representative in Congress Burton
E. French, of Latah.
Supreme Jutiee J. I". Ail'shie, of
Governor John T Morrison, of Can
yon. Lieutenant- Jovemor James M Stev
ens, ofllingbnm. fir "
.Secretary of Fut Will II Gilon, of
State Auditor Tlx-odore Turner, .f
Bannock. - c-"
Sta;eTreasurer-Yl N Coffin, of Ada.
" Attorney tcneral John A Ragler, o'
Sueritltendent of Public Instruction
Mrs. Mary L. Scott, of Bingham.
Insector of Mines Rolert Bell, of
HIE TRtT O.CKVTIOX.
On the trust juwtion the platform
"Re dve, That the formation of enor
mous orer-capitalizftl corporations, com
monly called tniM. for the j.urj.ise of
concentrating all of the industries and
products of the country in the hands of
a few men, stilling competi.ioii and en
abling them to dirtier the wages of labor
and the price of com midi ties to both
the producer and th cootuiru-r in the
interest of their o n aggrandizement, U
a grat and gr .wing pvU, the plaiu rrm
ly for which slould . lie laws regula
ting the capitalist. ol corporations
within mioiiaLle and moderate limits.
We reoo-jnbte the fai t that nudfr the
Con-titntkm of the l'nr(e.l States, as it
now stands, no adequate restrictions can
I j-nt npon the organization of soch
corporation ; therefore, we favnr such
amendment to the Constitution . w ill
eiiab!Coiire! to effectnally regv.late
and rapprM a!L trusts and injari-mg
cond.inatiiins of rggregatel capital."
The platform favors tl owning of
lands in forwt rex? vat ion in the state
tliat are more valuable"!.'!? aicultaral
than other purp-isn. 5
Fierce Fire at Redding.
The thriving town cf Redding wa vis
ileI WtIner.lay ntorr.inz by a fierce
conthiratien that destroy! pmperty l
llie estfniatcl value of f Irt.OOO, i.n whieh
there was an iieurance of f 11,4 jo.
Th riivs of tli fire was a ll-k of
fraim warvhou- alonj th-? ea.t si-.le ol
the S. P. Co.'s railway track. l-tween
Tehama and ha.ta .'trwts, and so
fierc the blatST2TrHiritire prop
erty went np in jntok- -ini U of ie
h.nr" The firnl hniUin Jt:nTel was
thelK) by 4 war.-hinv.j-nel by the
Wielan I P.ivm ins C'mp.iny anloci-npie.l
hr the Shasta tvmnfr 4tKjicrt asffice,
conipv-ing and pre r.om, hy Balfour
ik (iarretu-, brokers of Woodland, as
storage for forty ton of grain hay. an-1
the half next the railroad b- Ktter
Brothers as UnK iM4rrain. The next
building was th4 Irr 52 foot feed and
and fuel .'tore, jrelx-nnp and htab e of
Ktter BroUier. Thethtnl biiildingwas
the i0 by W foot wafinnnse aiil- receiv
ing depot of Charles Jaoobn, grocer.
Indian War Veterans Pensions.
Up to and including Tue.lny, the l'.ub
inst., th Tension OrhVe at Washington
hal ri-ceived SIT claims fr jnnsioim nn-
der the Indian War veteran act pased
at the l?t ck:i of Cwity and le-
canse of the compL-tueOith which the
evidence baa bevn sili&oileLinjiiany
ca8 it is now expected that allowances
will couinience within two or three
weeks after the papers can be exa-cined
to identify siguatureand other marks
of aulhenticitv. The bureai finds that
as a rule the vet-ans liata prorly fol
lowed iiiKtrniona and submit Uvl such
evidence as was reqiiimL The applica
tions now on file have come from all
parts of the country and have not 1 en
classified hv states.
Catarrh of ths Stomach.
Can I cured by taking S. B. Catarrh
Cure, which cures all forms of indiges
tion and stomach trtinT.leSTuch a., con
nt i pat ion, rirt'ng of ?imr food, distress
after eating, which it neglected r rings,
on inflamed and ulcerated stomach and
leads to cancer of the stomach. S. B.
Catarrh Cure restores sense of taste and
smell. For sale by all druggists. Book
on Catarrh free. AWo"a-Sjiiitb Bros.
Fresno Cal. -' "
Look Pleasant, Please.
Photographer C C Harlan, of Eaton,
O., can do so now, though for )ears he
couldn't, because he suffered untold
agony from the worst foriuif indigest
ion. All physicians and medicine."
failed to help him till he tried Electric
Bitters, which worked inch wonders
for him that he declares they are a god
send to sufferers from dyspepsia and
stomach troubles. .UiuivaUtd for diseas
es of the Stomach, Liver fend Kidneys,
they htiil I up nnd give Hew life to the
whole system. Try them. Only 50c.
Guaranteed hy A CJtJaxlttrr drnpgist
Notice is hereby given that, in pur
suance of an order of the Couniy Court
of IVmglns County, State of Oregon,
made on the day of July, liHVj, the
undersigned guarduin of the estate of
Rlien Huntley, a minor, will, on the 2
day ol August, c. thereafter,, sell,
hy private or public sale, at my nome in
the cit v of RoHohnri Oregon. iIia f,, !,,.-
tng descrilted real property, belonging
to me sam r.oen iiuniiy, to-wit: in
terest in lot 7, of see. 4 town slilp ai, S.
ramie. 1'J W. Wih Mer. In Cww r'.no.t..
Oregon, eontahnng alwut 4S ncrt!
fatisi mis :om tiay ouuiy, l'JU'J.
Margaret A. Noah,
- Are vou oartknlar
IF VOU ARE CALL AT
AND ASK FOR;
Price is no higher and every can guaranteed
I EE Wollenberg- Bros. I
This store will rl.aae r.vi.i.
I Drain - Gardiner
COOS BRY STHGE ROUTE
Commeurin with Mon.l.ir. Jir.n
i .., , , oarage, 3cU. tier iioan J. and no t-
la-ance wui he ma,ie f.,r round trip. DAILY STAGE.
For farther infonnatioa aid res j
Ja H. Sawyers,
rropnetor, Drain, Oregon
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Making Rim Look Pleasant
is easy ebongh, form hen he op,w Lis
ja -kajre rf Uimdry work, after 1
ing -nt Imrnc fjoni ilie R.b-irg
laundry, the msn f loves faultless
linen and np-t.wIate Iaundrying always
wreathes his face in smiles. Dnring
arm leather car nx.tho.ls of laundrv
ing linen and colored jhirts, white vest,
ct.,!d,ows iti-If ia the length of time
they keep fresh aud cleam.
1J in -fc m mm mm
1 LJ !
1 uey are now located m the new Hendricks Mock,
one dir aoiith of the Railroad Fating House,
Tun nrcT m .
a 1 1 1 l. ok, t - wv;;;;. . .
A full and complete lin of Cigars, and Tobacco.
U- Uandies, rsnta, rrtiils, Ktc
a shirt waist
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jiTOUTjua aiur..UT3 excepted. rs
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CCCCOCOCOCCODCOOCCOO ooooc xoocoor -
There are many wind
mills on the market, o
Someone of the gocd g
ones is a little better 8
than all the others.
It has. proved the
malccr's claim to run
faster in a low ve-!
locity wind than any
If iuterestcd'in wifd
mils talk to
Have vou visited f
rSUKAlAIN Cc COMPANY