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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1902)
Oripon Historical Sociaty
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Published on Mondays and Thursdays Established 1868.
0 every way satisfactory,
ROSEBURG, DOUGLAS COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28. 1902.
R. A. BOOTH, A.C.NAKSTERS, H.C.GAI.KY, P
Douglas County Bank,
Capital Stock, $50,000.00.
BOARD OP DIRECTORS
F. W. BESBOS, B. A. BOOTII, J. H. BOOTH. J. T. BRIDGES
J, F. KELLY, A. C IIARSTERS. K. L. UILLER.
A general banking business transacted, and customers given every
accommodation consistent with safe
& Bank open from nine to twelve and
1 n ji w
tMeV r 1 f h -$f
SUIT CASES, HAND BAGS
In iict anything vou want to travel with. Remember the placw,
B. W. STRONG,
THE FURNITURE MAN. Roseburg.Ore
Us Your ...
J. F. BARKER & CO.
' . Also a full line of..
Highest price paid for Produce. Give us a call
OUR MOTTO IS TO PLEASE
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 them promptly
when vou order them. Call up 'Phone No. 1S1,
for good goods and good service.
C. W. PARKS & CO.
IK IM! 1 IIS!
T.:; .1; R.)4.j'j ir, Mi-'iIj1.1 S:aj
spring Hack leaves Roseburg Every Morning at 6 o'clock.
and conservative banking.
from one to three.
We are showing the greatest line
of Medium Priced Couches
have ever had. also
A new line of trunk just received
prices are always
and stock complete
There i great variety of cunning little
ceve rings here
Dainty Little Shoes
in great variety of material, cat and fin
ished in a way to give the greatest com
fort to growing feet.
At 25c. andUpwajd ..
there's a line of fine Baby Shoes which
are of surprising value. Others more
elaborately finished at higher prices,
all excellent value.
Special Sale this Week
LiVerj, Feed find gale fhSAzi
r C. P. Babkabd, Prop.
. ' Saddle Horses, Single and
Double Rigs at all hours
Transient Stock gven
very be care
Rales always reasonable
for all points on Coos Bay. Good
CREAMERY AND DAIRY.
Address To the Patrons of Douglas
In presenting this little article to you,
and leiiig somewhat acqnaintcil with all
of yon. 1 do so U-lieving yon w ill accept
tlie siiL'sestions herein contain tsl in t lie
anie spirit in which they aie offered
There is a desire to improve ourselves
along dairy line, also the product
brought to our Creamery
You are aware, that unless the butter
maker is Mtpplieil with a good article of
cream it is impossible for him to put
out the liest grade of lmtter.
You take pride in our Douglas County
Creamery, I Iiojk?, and are deeply in
terested in having an excellent grade of
butter manufactured. Such a' spirit i
commendable in any of our Crea.uery
patrons. Of course there a those
among you, who are iauniirr wun me
follow fug suggestions.
Some are uninformed almut the proper
care of milk and cream, or else they do
not use the knowledge they possess.
I do hope and trust that you may re
ceive some inspiration from what I have
You, as a "Creamery Patron," haviiii
.h-liveri-d yoiircream in a good condition
at the weighting room, have done. well
your part, hut there mine begin; heme,
I shall try to present few snggci-tiou
about the proper tare of milk and cream,
cows, cans, milkiug unlensils, etc.
The starting point is the cow. She
should be kept cle-n, and treated as
though she was a very needful instru
ment of our subsistence, and she really
When milking, should you produce
paiu in a sore teat, and her foot rise
in answer to the hurt, up-setting your
pail of milk or produces, some otWr
disastrous rvsult, don't suddenly let her
feel the lieft of your milking stool, r
the strength yourfoot jiosesses. Never
let ):?r hear harsh, angry word which
tend to make her nervous and d j not
alliviate the cause.
The udder should always 19 cleaned
before milking, as there is alwavs dust
and filth gathered while lying down
In Oregon, especially in the wintertime,
tke cow djes not ne.nl to lie down to get
her odder soiled.
Tiie best way to have goxl clean cow
is to keep the stable clean. Through
out the year bed the cows well.
Many people think the milking act
the dirtiest job on the farm. The only
way to insure good clean milk is to em
ploy clean methods.
Do vou miik with wet hamts. it so
this should not be done, as there is
danger of dirt and moisture dropping in
the milk pail.
This filthy habit is never practised by
a clean , milker. The cow should le
inilked quick and regular; always miik
drv as the last droj'S of milk are the
Straining is the next imjortant step,
Do more than merely let the milt run
through the strainer ; use in addition to
this two or three thickness of cotton
flannel or wveral folds of cheese cloth.
The vessels into which the milk is
strained should le kept out of the barn ;
as there are germ known as Imrteria
afloat in the air, vhich will cause the
milk to Hnr.
A good plan is to have a stand or a
email shed out side the cow Iwm where
the air is more nre; the ler of the
barn having its eff.tt oa the milk.
In separating your milk it should le
done soon as drawn from the cows, and
the cream put in a eo place. Pet your
can in a tub or trough of cold water;
change water twice a day; stir your
cream two or three times each day;
never mis warm cream uiih cold until
animal heat is all out of it. always leave
the cover off the cre-im can, using in
stead a mosquito netting or something
Jn washing your sf-jarator and milking
iiienwle always, use plentv of hot water
2nd a good Htiff brush. Scald all after
washing them well. Turn your milk
pails upside down ou a bench i.r table
out in the sunshine w here they will have
a chance to diain. " The sun is a bitter
enemy to filth.
Yoa can not expect a butter maker to
make a good grade of butter, out of
cream you wouM not want to use on
your own table.
We must have a good flavor, and this
is i:iiisj.-ible if your milk 14 allowed to
si.nd in thd barn. '1 hoie. none of the
pa' rons are guilty of this.
In delivering your cream to the cream
ery cover vour cans with canvas or
blankets in order to protect the cream
from the hot sun, anil from dust and
dirt. Fill your cans full as possible,
this protects the cream from churning on
the road anl gives a better test.
I will trive some rdles, which mnv be
useful to you.
I. Keen only good cows, in order
to find which is the profitable cow, bring
sample of each cows milk to tho factory
and have it tested.
2. Always feed good clean food. Such
strong foods as cabbage, potatoes etc.,
never feed until just after milking.
3. Provide good warm barns for
your milk cows in the winter, (iive the
cow good comfortable bedding. Keep
ing the cow in a comfortable condition
as much to do with making her profit
able. Milk as near tho some time each
day as possible.
4. Drive them quietly homo from
pasture. Leave the dog at the house if
he happens to be croM with the cows,
5. Never cause them to get over heat
ed before milking.
C Never use tho milk from a cow le
fore the ninth milking after calving.
7. Take two good dairy papers, and
read them. Would recommend,
"II irds Dairy man" and "Pacific Home
stead." 8. Observe your milking closely and
do not milk any bloody milk in your
fl. Have tho cows stanchion coiiven
.Concluded 011 fourth page.)
Governor Gage Turned DownBig
Railroad Strike Pending-Bad
Sachamexto, Cal., Aug.
most bitter political battles
Gage of California, suffered defeat in the Republican state
convention in this city today. Amid the greatest confusion
D George C. Pardee, of Alamedn, County, was this morn
ing nominated by the Republican State Convention for
Governor on the sixth ballot,
was, with the greatest di filer-Uyv
nounce the result of the vote.
cheering. Above all sounded
rapping for order. The enthusiasm come to an end finally,
when the chairman announced the result. Hayes moved
the nomination of Pardee be made unanimous. It was
seconded by Hint delegates and
Dr. Pardee was called to the
spcfch, expressing his gratification and predicted success
at the polls.
Sacramf.nto, Aug. 27.
First California District. J. Ni
Milwaukee, Aug. 27.
says: liy beptember 15 tne
country will be confronted with a demand by 100,000 mem
bers of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen for an in
crease of wares, which will mean au additional outlay of
J 1,000,000 a month for wages
the alternative of a strike which will eclipse in its extent
all previous strikes, including
American Railwav Union m
have been formulated are for
Cleveland, 0., Aug. 27
Lee, of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, said today
"It is true that a concerted movement has been inaug
urated by trainmen and conductors employed on railroads
west of the Mississippi River to secure uniform rules and
TERRIBLE BRIDGE ACCIDENT.
Corvallis, Aug. 26.
proved fatal occurred to E-l Andrews-aud wife, of Corvallis
and the latter's sister, Mrs. L.
day. While passing over a slough bridge four miles east
of Corvallis, the center span of the structure collapsed,
nrccioitatincr the team, busrirv
of iS feet into three feet of water, and an un
known depth of mud. In the fall, the three, persons were
turned underneath the vehicle. Mr. Andrews was the
first to emerge from the critical situation, aud fortunate!',
he was enabled to promptly
When she was safely on
search for Mrs. Riley and presently saw a hand emerge
from the muddy water, and in the face of much danger
from the struggling horses plunged forward and successful
ly rescued her, but not before she was nearly drowned. She
was uuconscious but soon revived.
All received injuries, none serious except those of Mrs.
Riley, whose spine was injured between the shoulders
causing a partial paralj'sis of
BAD WIPE MUST BE KEPT.
New York, Aug. 26. Justice Spring, of the New York
Supreme Court, sitting in the Appellate division, has
handed down a decision in wisicn ue noias mat gross ex
travagance and forgery committed by a wife to raise money
do not in this state constitute a cause of actiou for a limit
ed divorce, and he therefore
the lower court, which dismissed the complaint in a suit
brought on the grounds mentioned. In discussing the case
Justice Spring is quoted as having said:
"A husband takes a wife for better or worse, and -because
she does not conform her expenditures to his no
tions of economy is ,not a ground for casting her from
-'' ELKS FIND $16,000 IS MISSING.
Omaha, Aug., 26. It has just been learned tbat the
auditing committee of the Elk's Grand Lodge found, dur
ing the inspection of the order's books, at the meeting of
the organization held in Salt Lake City, that a shortage of
$1 6,000 existed. The fuuds belonging to the lodge
had been gradually misappropriated for a numbar of years.
It is not likely that there will be any prosecution, at least
until there has been a thorough investigation of the matter
by the officers of the grand lodge.
v PLANS 1-Olt A GREAT TROLLEY LINE.
Eugene, Aug. 26. An endeavor to purchase the Eu.
gene lieht plant is beiucr made
represent that it is their intention to put in an xteusive
system of electric power, running through OregQn and
California. It is the intention to put iua trolley system
connecting Portland and San Francisco.
MURDERER WHITE CAUGHT.
Portland. Auc. 27. Andrew White, the slaver of
1 j . . j rf
Peter Beachcue, the Frenchman, who was found dead on
the street the other night,
Wash., last night and brought
27. After fighting one of the
in his public career, Governor
the third one of the day. It
the chairman could an
' Delegates were ou their iect
the chairman's gavel, vainly
adopted b' the convention.
platform. He made a brief
Nominated for Congress,
The Sentinel this morning
large railway systems 01 ine
by railroads in the couutry or
the demonstration of the
iSad. The demands which
an increase of 20 per cent in
- Assistant Grand Master
An accident which nearly
N. Riley of Portland, Sun
and occupants a distauce
rescue his wile.
shore Mr. Audrews made a
refuses to reverse the action of
by Eastern Darties, who
was arrested at Vancouver,
to Portland today,
Buffalo Bill's Biz V. il.l West Show
-At Portland. Will be In Rose,
burg August 3o
PoRTr.Avn, Ang. 2ti. The story of the
early days on the Western plains was
brought to mind in all its glory and
reality by the great troiip of painted
Indians, husky cowboys and warriors
Iroin all parts of the world that captured
the hearts and eyes of 1'ir.d today.
Col. Cody, tanned by t'tesua of .the
frontier, lei a band of the reclclesn
wonder workers who have made the
West famous anil men who saw their
comrade melt down in little's fire on
every b!oody field cf recent history.
He a.i a sight t inspire the heart of
every true patriot as the boys who fol
lowed the !hg in the bloody fight at San
Juan Hill rode to the sweet music of
eace. The fossa' ks who had fought
the great tight on the field of Europe,
and Moorish warriors, tinned by the
eternal sun. whose deed of valor and
horsemanship have given them a place
in history so often that their story i an
oft repeated tale.
The (jerinan Cuiratsiers, with their
shining helmets, real picture of their
brothers ho ride beneath tl-banner
of the Emperor, are to the eye a pleas
ing contrast to the rough and readv hero
of the Western plains, but he can never
win the American love ap ! -admiration
from the Uys who have ven rough life
as it really is upon the wild and rolling
The past wars of England are brought
again into review, as the troien'who
on medals for gallantry in the African
struggle ga!loj?d by. There wereaiso
the derv ishes of the sands made famous
by a long history that time can never
e.laee. tlo-'iT lollowin them were the
Haulers of West Africa.
And then dearer to us than all were
tlxee w ho had addod another chapter to
American history, the rough riders
wh-tse name has spread throughout the
entire world. T. ere were Mexicans
with their broad sumberosaiul the air of
suppressed enthusiasm and recklessness.
Til? dusky Indians, so common to as.
have not me cii.irnn nor seem so won
drous as they do to tlvse Iarther East,
where the dusky tribes have been ex
tinct for centuries. But ther are real
tite real demons, h but a few years
back, stained the daisies with the
blood of tho settlers.
There were c -nstaat cheers and mur
murs of appua-v as the hue of strange
and familiar heroca went b-, but there
was a responsive corj touched ia every
heart when the old Dcj-Iwoo.!' Mage
rolled be with its s-mc oce:;aut,aii In-
dian child, eaily jsiinte-l r.nd deck
with sandy feather, some how or other
the" living exaiuplee of the ne r past
are int reling lo even tho to whom
this ro-igh li.e i lamiiijr.
An immense crowd lined .he streets on
the entire course of the parade jnd ev
ery oue apprvriatAl the different tr--n
as ihev slowlv pa-l manr realizing
that, could the stories be told of each
liiferent detachment, it would W a sub
lime panorama of heroism and war.
There is one thing noticeable in the par
ade, every hrss l oks well kept and
groomed. They are fine specimens of
the race, and one tiling abjnt the exhibi
tion is that it is real all true to life.
This great aggregation wiil be at
We have in i-bi-k i-veral s.enl band
bicycles which we w ill sell at very low
prices or will trade for wood
A. C. M 1K5TKR3 & Co.
Notice is hereby given tliat, in pur
snanee of an order of the Contiy Court
of Douglas County, Uite of Oregon,
made on the day of July, VJ02, the
nndersijrned guardian of the estate of
Elien Huntley, a minor, will, on the 2
day "f August, 1W, or then-alter, sell,
by' private or public sale, at my home in
the city of Hoseburjt, Oregon, the follow
ing described real property, Wdonging
to the sai.l Eben Huntiy, to-wit : 4' in
terest in lot 7, of sec. 4 town ship II). S.
range, 12 W. Wil. !er. in Coos County,
Oregon, containing about -IS acres.
Dated this 23th day of July, l'Xr2.
Margaret A. Xoah,
Is often very much
against the wife.
Her strength fa un
dermined, she loses
flesh and her energy
and courage slowly leak away from her.
Gradually the comradeship of hus'iand
and wife is broken up. At first he takes
his solitary pleasures reluctantly, but
later he hardly seems to remcmljer the
old days over which his wife in her
weakness mourns daily.
Women who find their health failing,
and w omanly ailment fastening oa them,
should promptly legla the use of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It cor
rects irregularity, dries the drains which
weaken women, heals inflammation and
ulceration, and cures female weakness It
nwkes weak women strong, sick women
well. Sick women are invited to consult
Dr. Pierce, by letter, free. All corres
pondence held as stnctlv private and
sacretllv confidential. Address Dr. R. V.
liercs'Buffalo, N. Y.
1 tid brtn at fiiffrrrr from female wk
tiM lor about two years," write Mr. Ktuma
Hk-harJ-wii. of Goae, Wavue Co.. Ky. "CmiUi
not ilo my work part of the time. 1 took four
hcttlcaol nr. Fierce l'arite l-rencriplion ami
felt well a I evr did. 1 have l.J iiaed lr.
lierce' C.olden Meitieat DivoverY for nloera
tioa of the tiiront with good resulta and half
of one bottle cured tuy throat wheo 1 could
The Feople's Common Sense Metlical
Adviser, ioo3 pages, fret, on receipt of
stamps for mailing vnly. Send 21 one
cent stamps for the paper-covered hook,
or jt stamps for the cloth-hound vol
ume, to Dr. R. V. Tierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
, V V
Are yon irticular
IF YOU ARE CALL AT
Price is no higher and
OPFNING OF FA! I nonnc;
Golf Skirting.. A very heavy quality, measuring
56 inches widjt in' all colors.
Venetian Cloth .Black. Venetian Cloth, fall 50
- - 'inches wide, an excellent fabric
for tailormade waterproof suits.
"KebO" CorSCtS .We are the agents for the "Kebo'
Corsets and have a large assort
ment,in the latest French styles,
on hand. The newest of the
kind is the "Kebo" Form-Reducing
Stylish fall SaitS.StyMsh Fall suits, for Men,
Youths and Boys.
ShMS Men and Boys shoes in good
qualities and moderate prices.
I as Wollenberg Bro. vs. I
"T' This store will cl jse at o'clock. Mondars ami SatTirdav. xce'ted ''
COOS BHY STfCGE ROUTE
Commencing with Monday, Jarvisnr 23. '02, we wl charj- $7.50 for
thefare from Drain U C3 B vy. Ijze i:0aace with each ioQ fare
50 pound. Travel;!.-!, men aV? .'.lowed 73 poun-Li bacjae hea ther
have 303 poua-J i or m r,-. A 11 excels hagt, 3 eta. per Vm4, and no al
lowance will be maJe hr rouud trip. DAILY STA'iE:
For farther information address
J Ri Sawyers
Proprietor, Drain, Oregon
Making Kia Lock Pleasant
is easy ei.ou-h, f..r when Le opens his
packaire of laundry nork, after le
ing ssnt home fiom l!e KuseLurg
lauudry, the man who loves farJt;e
liuen and np-to-date laun Iryinir always
wreathes his face in smiles. Dnrinjr
warm weather our rwthixls of lanndry
in;. liaen and cokred shirt, white Tests,
etc.,shows. it.-lf in thi lenctli of time
they keep fresh and cleam.
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They are now located in the new Hendricks blin k,
one door south of the Uailroad Katin House
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v A fnll ruJ complete line of Cigars, and Tobacco, p
t Candiiw, Nnts, Fruits, Etc. 4
Coffee, Tea and Spices
every can guaranteed
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There are many wind
mills on the market, o
Someone of the good $
ones is a little better
than all the others.
It has proved the
makers claim to ruu
faster in a low ve
locity wind than any
If interested in wird
mils talk to
Have you visited K