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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1902)
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Iq busy seasons brings
yonyoor share of trade;
varf i ai n or in I n 11 baa
la a very important factor in
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tbat of the. merchant who "can't af-
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Published on Mondays and Thursdays Established 1868.
ROSEBURG, DOUGLAS COUNTY, OREGON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER i. 1902.
A B aw. I b I a. a i n I Lka i x i i mm i b i r. I ex. I 1?m
9 K. A. BOOTH, A.C.MARSTERS. H.C.GALF.Y, J(
Douglas County Bank,
Capital Stock, $50,000.00.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
. F. W. BENSOX, R. A. BOOTH, J. H. BOOTH, J. T. BRIDGES
J. F.KELLY, A.C.MARSTERS, K.L. MILLER.
O A general banking business transacted, and customers given every
0 accommodation consistent with safe and conservative banking.
$j Bank open from nine to twelve and from one to three.
SUIT CASES, HAND BAGS
la fict anything vou want to travel with. Remember the place,
B. W. STRONG,
THE FURNITURE MAN.' Roseburg.Ore
Us Your ...
1 F. BARKER & CO.
...Also a full
Highest price paid for Produce. Give us a call
OUR MOTTO IS TO PLEASE
Kruse & Newland
FLINTS POPULAR SHOE STORE.
Opposite First National Bank.
H ints to Housewives.
Half the battle in
fresh Groceries, and to get them promptly
when vou order them. Call up 'Phone No. 181,
for good goods and good service.
C. W. PARKS & CO.
HI 111 . 1 II 1 ffl
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Ta .. t : .lti! )ir;, .f jM S.as
f aring Hark leaves Roseharg Every Morning at 0 o'clock.
We are showing the greatest line fit
i.;. i,;..i r-.,...l..M . -
ave ever had. also
A new line of trunks juft receive!
prices are always right
and stock complete
There is great variety of cunning little
Dainty Little Shoes
in great variety of materia, 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 fins Baby Shoes which
are of surprising value. Others more
elaborately finished at higher prices.
all excellent value.
' Special Sale this Week
good cooking, is to have good
LiVerj Feed End ale fltifta
C. P. Babrabd, Prop.
Saddle Horses, Single and
Double Rigs at all hours
Transient Stock gven
very bes f care
Rates always reasonable
for all points on Coos Hay, Good
LATE NEWS SUMMARIZED.
State, General and Foreign News Con
densed for the Perusal of
the Busy Reader.
Kruger retires, and Botha in chosen
"leader of the Boer people," whatever
that may mean.
Attorney-General Kuox has gone to
Paris for the puipose of looking into the
title of the Panama Canal Company.
The'McMinnville mutual fire insur
ance company carries one-eight of all
the fire insurance written in Oregoni
"Lucky"' Baldwin, the California
horseman, has sold the once great rare
mare Los Angeles for $10,000, sars a
Saratoga disatch to the Tribune. She
will be used for breeding.
Heavy raius have damaged croim iu
Kansas, and in the vicinity of Burling
ton hundred oi acres of corn have leu
ilestroyel and many railmad liridges
One forest ranger i not having an out
ing of a time this aumui jr, and that is
the one at Crater Ijike, where some
forest fires have been so lively as to ie
stilt in a call for extra givcrnment ail.
Information has iecn given out that
Sheriff Gardner will not make a light
fot the Tracy reward, pi nvided the C res
ton men will agree to share it with young
Goldfinch, who gave the information
which led to the capture of the nut-law.
Near Ashland Thursday fire destroyed
the separator and threashing outfit I-
longiug to Frcnk Ciute. Two of the
workmen, G. Inlowand S. Jacob, were
severely burned on the hands and arms
while trying to save the property.
Salem lias seen feu seasons when there
was mure tiuilding construction going
on than tliere is at present. No less
than live brick are under way, as well as
the stone federal building, w hile the
number of frame structures throughout
the city will exceed that many times.
Work is progressing rapidly in the
matter of making the final survey of the
railroad that is to be built from G rants
Pass to Crescent City. The entire rur-
vey will be completed iu a few more
weeks and then prejwrations may begin
or the actual constructions of the new
Professor A. B. Cordley, of the depart
ment of aoologv at the Agricultural Col
lege, says that the farmers need have no
fear that the grasshoppers which have
been making themselves so noticeable of
fate, are of the liiyl that have devastat
ed the grain fields of tiie Middle West so
Estimates of Southern California's
coming orange crop are the order of the
day. The railroads are tiling up the
situation as they see it. The freight de
partment of the Santa Fe iu the ast
usually has pretty nearly gussed it right.
According to this authority the f n
sjiective crop will run up to about '20,030
The Chines pheasants give promise of
being as plentiful this fall in the Wil
lamette va'dey as in any season of recent
years, an J iu consequence uie tpo ru
men of that section are happy. A few
of the English ittrtridges released in
that valley a ample of years ago arc
now and then i n, but they are not
showing the increase that w as expected.
Hon. II. B. Mi ler wife and daughter,
Laura, have arrived in Eugene,
from China. Mr. Miller is I . S. con
sul at Niu Chang. His leave of 00 days
commences after he makes his report
from Eugene and after that lie has 50
davs to return to his st. The jiarty I
seemed glad to g-t home and don't think
much of China. '
The new sugar pine factory at Grants
Pass is about reay to begin business.
The new factory is much latereipiiped
and w ill do a large business than did the
Id. It will confine itself folely to the
manufactures of Imixcs for the California
and Southern Oregon tradf, and will do
a general lumbering business.
Representatives of the Smith family
have applied for space for a building at
the St. Louis World's Fair, to le the
headquarters of the inemlicrs of that
great family when visiting the Exposi
tion. Some genius lias figured out that
there are 11,000,000 Smiths in the
world, but the numWr who may visit
the World's Fair is undetermined.
French dealers from Paris have ar
rival in San Francisco to buy California
and Oregon dried prunes. .The French
prune crop, which is usually 25,000,000
pounds will le less than one-fifth of
that amount this year. It is exected
that 2,000 carloads of prunes will 1
shipped from the Pacific Coast to Kir ope
to be dried there under the French po
cessand sold as French prune;. The
information comes from S. L. Kline, of
Corvallis, w ho is in San Francisco. .
A prison car lias made its appearance
in the Middle West. A Kansas paper
says : "A car with an nnusally unin
viting apiearanee was attached to the
south bound Santa Fe passenger train
last evening. It was an ordinary look
ing car from the outside with the ex
ception that the windows were barred.
It is fitted up for the transportation of
prisioners and last week made a trip
from Fun-ell, Indian Territory, to
Leavenworth with sixtee.i men who
were sent np for terms ranging from
one year to life.'
Notice is hereby eiven that, in pur
suance of an order of the County Court
of Douglas County, State of Oregon,
maile on tli- ZH. day of July, ltiuz, the
undersigned guardian of. the estate of
Klien lluntlev, a minor, will, on tho 25,
day of Auutiat, 1!H)2, or thereafter, sell,
by private or public sale, at my homo in
the city of Uoseburg, Oregon, tho follow
ing descrilied real property, lclonging
to the SiiKt hben Huntly, to-wit: in
terest in lot 7, of sec. 4 town shin 20. S
range, 12 W. Wil. Mer. in Coos County,
Oregon, containing nlxmt 48 acres.
Dated this 28th day of July, 11)02.
Margaret A. Noah,
, (J31.A21) Gunrdiiui.
Miners Face Bayonets-Troops will
Shoot to - Kill
Explain or Fight.
tamaqua, Pa., Aug. 29. Iu an encounter between troops
and strikers at Latisford this
Helm, of Company K, Twelfth
iurcd. A half-dozcu stackers
dicrs in the fracas. Major Gcarhart, iu command ot the
troops here, states that he will appeal to the miltary au
thoiities to put the towjiQf LausforU under martial law.
The fight yesterday iu which
miners were killed has created
TROOPS TOLD TO
Tamao.ua, Pa. Aug. 30.
door to door iu the Panther Creek Valley last uight spread
ing the news oi Geu. Gobiu's steru warning and his in
struct von to the troops to shoot to kill if molested in any
manner, and this morning the troops escorted several hun
dred uouuuiou meu to work without being molested iu any
way. Companies E and F
their gnus loaded and their best marksmen ou the flank.
When the soldiers passed, the
ately turned their backs on them. However, there was no
hooting and jeering.
Supplementing ihe order
directed Major Gcarhart, in command , here, to arrest all
women and girls who insult the troops iu any way. the
opinion seems to prevail among "the .afneers and citizens
that ti-c lull iu'the rioting will last but a short time. The
fact that more men wont-to work today thau yesterday is
not calculated to improve the temper of the strikers.
SliKXANDOAH, Pa., Aug. 30. In Shenandoah and vicin
ity everything continues quiet. ' It is expected here that
an attempt will be made to operate the St. Nicholas mine
on Monday or Tuesda'. . -
MUST EXPLAIN QR FIGHT.
Washington, Aug. . 29. Columbia will formerly de
maud of Nicaragua an explanation in regard to the latter
country's alleged participation : in the revolution, against
the Colombian Government
the most formidable land and
soon as the present rebel activity on the Isthmus has been
crushed. Information to this effect was received from an
authoritative source in Washington today.
A ROYAL WEDDING.
New York, Aug. xt. The royal wedding of Prince
Nicholas of Greece and Grand Ducliess Helen was the event
of the week in St. Petersburg. . .
(Prince Nicholas is the third son of King George of
Greece. He was bom in 1S72. Grand Duchess Helen is a
daughter of the Grand Duke Vladimir, uncle" of the' Czar.
She was born in 1SS2.) . . - .
The betrothal ceremony
marriage service was held afterward in the palace church, J
V grand state dinner was given in the palace in the even
ing and was attended by members of the imperial family
and many other distinguished personages,
salem, Aug. 28.- Secretary
ing announced his decision disallowing the cl&lp of Mrs.
Wagoner for finding and returning. Convict Merrills bod3'.
All the papers in -the case aTC setfo'rth, aud -after a lengthy.
review of the facts Mrl Dunbar concludes as follows:
"In view of the foreeoincr,
claim is herebj disallowed for
facts aud evidence offered it
claimant rendered the service claimed, or by her act in
finding and returning the body
provisions of the law or the
fore not entitled to the amount claimed or auy part there
EUGENE lf. LOUD.
San Francisco, Aug. 30.
Francisco, was today renominated for Congress by tht
Republicans of the Fifth district. A, fight' was made on
Loud by some of the labor unions, why deemed him hostile
to their interests, but he won
now seems assured.
He was elected to Congress iu 1S91, and has been re
elected every two years since.
prominence by his bill to exclude many publications from
the mails, and his ability to handle postal matters was rec
ognized by his being made chairman of the committee ou
postoffice and postroads, a
Loud is 55 years of age.
TRAIN WRECKED BY TORNADO.
Wasi-ca, Minn., Aug.
three, iatally injured and more than a score of others hurt
tonight in the wreck of a train which had been hurled down
an eubankmeut by a tornado.
Chicago & North-westcru
gine, a baggage car aud two crowded passenger coaches,
was struck by a tornado while running, at the rate of 35
miles from Meridian. The passenger and baeeaee ears
were hurled iS feet down
guarding the right of way.
lamps when the crash came,
ny tue spimug 01 ou.
- Nicaragua Must
niormng, Uaptain w. n.
Regiment, was slightly in-
were biyonetea by the sol.
two soldiers and several
a very bitter feeliug all
SHOOT TO KILL.
Strike leaders went from
went out at day-break with
crowds iu the street de.iber-
of last night, Geu. Gobin Ins
and back up her demand with
naval force she cau muster, as
occurred Friday moruing and
CLAIMED REJECTED. ;
of Slate Dunbar this, morn
after, due consideration, the
the reason that from the
does not appear that the
of Merrill complied with the
offer of reward, and is there
Eugene F. Loud, . of - San
out easily, and his re-election
He sprang into National
position he now holds. Mr.
30.- Two persous were killed,
A west-bound train on the
Raihoad, consisting of an en
the embankment to the fence
A brakeman was lighting the
and the wreckage was ignited
COOS BAY RAILROAD.
Activ ity at Bangor an J Empire City
- on Coos Bay Work of Clearing
the Ground Has Been
Ba.h;ok, Coos Bay, Or., Aug. 29. L
D. Kinney, general manager and chief
engineer of the Great Central Railway,
and prominent in the various tranEpor
tation and land enterprises projected in
this n-gion, is expected t. reach here to
morrow morning. He will attend to
matters connect-! with the beginning,
on Monday of contraction work on the
electric belt nad that is to run along
the water front of the -uinFula, 15
miles iu all.
I arrived here this morning by i-ta-,
and found what id probably the lmsit
place, connMering the number of jieople
ho are in it, that could be fonrfd in
Oregon or on the Pacific Cot. There
is apparently nomelhing doing here
about. Everv hotel on the ix-niiiMila ii
tilled and the pu!atiou of the town i
swelled by a company of men from ad
parts of U.e country who are here H.t-k-ing
opportunities to get iu ou the tidal
wave that tx-ems likely kooii to carry tliis? 1
heieuifore j.eaceful community out on a
ea of unrest and wild ppecuiation.
ariLDivi a towx.
So far, there i.f nothing here at Bangor
but a potential town. Some Day, one
wiit have beeii built, and that day i not
far in the distance, it oue may judge
from the activities manifest.
I find 30 men an 1 fix U-auis at work
dealing the town t-ite, and laying the
foundations of a municipality of which
giiie i-ple predict a wonderful future.
At Empire, 15 men are at work on the
new wharf, which nearly completed.
Empire i also a busy place, and every
building in the town in filled by boomer
who expect to get rich fr-.mi their c pera-
tiouy. They ome from every licre anl
Lave 1 11 torts of schemes w hereby to
tarn a nimble penny.
The enterprises center on the penin
sula, it points towards the north,
and is six miles long, by three
aero from east to west- Ckw Bar
tarns around th peninsula in a hore-
1h bend, making in" from the Pacific
Ocean jat the 'government jetty.
There are fifteen 'mile of water front
on the eninsula. The electric belt roed
u to run alorg the water front. Jmni
Marhiield t Empire Citv, whidi has
nominally 0 iuIuiKitants, Mirlitield
having about 1-VA) inhabitints. Now
here are mtny in .e in Uth towns
The ninsula is rolling hr topography,
with a idon,zh ninuing thnxigh the mid
dle from north to SMish.
' Materials aud mea and hori-es are be.
ingasembled as rapidly as pue-ible.
At tirt li0 men w ill be employed on the
work that begins on Monday ou the belt
line. From Prineville and Rosebur 75
hon-es are to arrive a an, having jut
been bought. Thev are nnhroken and
weight from VXi to 1400 aiund.. They
are now eu route to JUngi-r, Thin fur
nishement will probably be sufficient
for the work of the w inter, as toon as
the rains ret in, and there will W more
or hwsdisad vantage on accouut of the
weather. . . .
o ix nrVTA:c.
In reaching Bangor, one travels fnri
Portland via the. Southern Pacific road
to Rwelurg, there Uarli!ig the t.igc,
and. traveling US miles without o( to
Bangor, Maihfield or-Empire. The
road leal. thn-ngh mountain!' that are
n Mine places 20t) fo.-t high, the road
bi-ing like moot mountain road, and
the ttage. service" escellent. The time
honore.1 bucklioanl stage is usd, ami it
is an exhiliarating ride as one fwings
along Uhind the fine hoixs that re
u.-il by the ptage oimpanV."
, at JiMT.LAiai'a.
Meals are gwd along the road, cpci-
ally at Jimmy Lairl't, where, one reach
es the half-way xnt b.-tween the Mecca
(if lKXmen anil the town of Roeeburg,'
from which we leaw the railroad.
Jimmy is a good landlord, and during
the day of construction is destiueii to
become a figure of some prominence, for
pact his mountain home, beyond doubU
will flow a stream of eople seeking
wealth and faruo'iu contiectiou with the
enterprises of tlw various ctrporations
that an managing the things that
are here doing. .
Perhais the most suqirising features
of affairs hereabouts is the undisguised
suspicion with which Marsh field people
look upon the plains now under way for
tiie improvement of Coos Bay and the
building of roads and tow ns on the pen
insula. People iu that place do not lies.
itate to eleate the impression that they
do not regard the projects as amounting
to anything, and yet Marshtield is reap
ing a harvest from the selling of sup
ilics,aiid everything bought by the com
panies is paid for a promptly as thought
it Itad been purchased " try the I nited
.THERE'S POWKR SOMSWllKKK.
Although there is mystery in the
movement of the heads of these enter
prises, tliere is also apparently financial
iwwer N-hind the plans. Mony is avail
able for everything needed, au.I tliere
are numerous indications that some-
ouo w ith the sinews of financial w ar I as
organi:el this scheme. It is beyond
doubt that there is in some ipiaters
questioning of the eventual sUtiis of the
companies, yet I am free to confess ttiat
what I have seen here is enough to in
vest me with confidence that it w ill U
smie time before the resources of the
backers have been exhanstetl. I look
for activity during the, wet w inter, and
next spring, wh n weather improves,
you may watch this part of the state for
a movement: that will rival anything
that has yet liceu written in the history
of Oregon, Harry AxbEasox
coffee, Tea and Spices
j JF YOU ARE CALL AT
. ' AND ASK FOP.;
' Price is no higher and every can guaranteed
Golf Skirting ..A very heavy qualit-, measuring
56 inches wide in all colors.
Venetian Cloth .. .Black Venetian Cloth, full 50
inches wide,, an excellent fabric
for tailorraade waterproof suits.
Keb3M 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-Reduc
SIns& fall SaitS-Stylish
Shoes Men and Boys' shoes in good
qualities and moderate prices.
i7 twra wui ci'-tsoni i o ciocx,
I Drain Gardiner I
i COOS BHY STAGE ROUTE
? Commenang with Monday, Janaarr 20. 02, we will chr 7j0 f.r 5
thefare from Praia t) Oxh Ear. Baig.i allowance with each fa fare, f
t Wpoands. Travelling men are allowed 75 pocnJs bsz when they 5
5 ve 3130 P"11' or m"w- A:I 3cu. per poend, and no
J lowaace will be ttade far roaad trip. DAILY STAtiE.
, Forurther iu'oruiaUoa addresi "4
J. R. Sawyers, ?
S Pro;, rietor. Drain, Oreg-sa S
Making Mim Look Pleasant
is easy enough, for when l.e opens his
ackagt of lau:idry work, jifter 1
ing sent IdJiue fiom the Roseburg
laundry, tl- uma who loves faultless
linen and nn-to-late laun.lryirig always
wreathes his face in smiles. During
warm weather onr methotls of launlry
ing linen and ol..ne,l shirt, white vests,
etcshows itself in the length of time
they keep fresh and e'eam.
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Tht-y are now loc:ited in the hew Hendricks b!m-k,
one dKr south of the llai'.rtiad Eating 1 lMtt
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A full and complete line of Cigars, and Tobacco,
Candies, Nnts, i'rnit. Etc.
FALL GOODS 4
.Momlavs aaa :
There are many wind g
mills on the market.
Someone of the good
ones is a little better R
than all the others.
It has proved
maker's claim to
faster in a LOW
locity wind than any
mils talk to
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