The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190?, September 11, 1902, Image 1

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Published on Mondays and ThursdaysEstablished 1868.
Vol. XXXIII.
ROSEBURG,v DOUGLAS COUNTY, OREGON, -THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER .11. 1902.
No. 70
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K. A. BOOTH, . A.C.NAKSTERS. H.C.GALEY. P
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' Vice
Douglas County Bank,
Established I8S3.
Capital Stock, $50,000.00.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
F. V. BE-VSON, B. A. BOOTH, J. H. BOOTH, J. T. BRIDGES
. J. F. KELLY, A. C. MARSTERS, K. L. MILLKR.
A general banking business transacted, and customers given every
accommodation consistent with safe ami onnuorvntivo lnnLm.r
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X Kank open from nine to twelve and
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VALISES, TELESCOPES
SUIT CASES, HAND BAGS
la lict anything you want to travel with. Remember the place,
B. W. STRONG,
THE FURNITURE MAN. Rosebui-g, Ore
Bring
Us Your ...
chickens:
EGGS,
BUTTER.
FOR CASH
J. F. BARKER & CO.
Kruse &
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Groceries... ;
.-Also a full
DEVER'S
BLEND
COFFEE
Highest price paid for Produce.
OUR MOTTO
Kruse &
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SHUSEforWARI
TRY 'EM
FLINT'S POPULAR SHOE STORE
Opposite First National Bank
Hints 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.
X. W. PARKS & CO.
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Spring Hack leaves Hose-burg Ever Morning at 6 o'clock.
Cashier
Incorporated 1001.
from one to throe.
COUCHES
We are showing the greatest line
of Medium Priced lynches we
a ve ever had. also
BED LOUNGES
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A new line of trunks just received
OR TRADE
Newland
prices are alwiyj rfht
aai stock c ia
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line of.
Seeds
Give us a call
IS TO PLEASE-x.
Newland
good cooking, is to have good
EMPIRE-
LiVEfif, Feed and &Ie fM&
C. P. Babxabd, Prop.
Saddle Horses, Single and
Double Rigs at ail hours
Transient Stock gven
very bes care . c . .
Rates always reasonable
LiuJ
for all paints on Coos r.ay. uoou
President.
ROOSEVELT A UNION MAN.
Is .Member of the Brotherhood of
Railroad Firemen.
CiiattaxoooA, Tenn., Sept. 8. Presl
dent Hoosevelt today was elected an hon
orary memlier. of the Krotherhood of
Locomotive Firemen. He attended the
executive session tliis morning, walking
from the hotel to Uie Auditorium a
distance of a few blocks, escorted by
Grand Master Sarjw-nt, a committee of
the Brotherhood and a detachment of
Troop F., State Ciuard. His reception
was nost intiinsiauc, me audience
rising and cheering. When the Presi-
dt-ut addressed the convention as "My
brothers"' he was cheered aipiin. He
said lie was to he here, and joined
with the others in extending a cordial
welcome to the visitors from Canada
and Mexico. He needed no pressing,
he said, to come to this meeting.
I always have, gentlemen, admired
greatly the railroad men if the country,
and . I do not see how any one lielicving
in the fundamental principles of eitiren
ship can fail to do so," he said.
He compared the railroad men to sol-
licrs who are accustomed to taking risks,
acting on their o'aii initiative and obey-
ngorlers. In raising Ids own regiment,
he said, he got a number of railroad men.
Of course, the first requisite was that a
man should know how to ride and hw
o shoot. Giving them tnese two qual
ities, he found there was no better gr.up
if men from which soldiers tsmld be
drawn than railroad men. The I'resi-
dent sai.l he hoied that the danger of
war would lie less in the future than it
had leeii in the iaM. The President
referred to the good work accomplished
bv the Brtherhowd of Locomotive Fire-
en.
"I is'lieve emphatically," he said, "in
organized lalor. The work of an or
ganization depends nn its being han
dled with the courage, Uie skill, the wis
dom, thespirit of fair dealing as between
man and man, and the wise self-restraint
which I am glad to le aWe to say your
brotherhood has shwn."
Glendale News.
A. P. Ijinuenlienr, of the te.lars, was
a Uienaaie visitor i'uiy.
Jj-iah Jones, citr dravman, L so far
recovered from his sprainel wrist as be
to able to le at work again.
W. P. Rolirer an 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. O.
Farmer, are esthete I home from their
outing at Ban. Ion, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Totten and Mrs,
C. P. Totten. attended church
at Glendale last Sunday.
James Clemment our Tonsorial artist
is building a nice residence on his lot,
on the north side of the K. U. track-
Mrs. J. J. Guth will sind a month at
San Francisco visiting her son Freddie
who is at the Military reserve school at
Gat Inland.
On Sundar we were the gnest of Mr
and Mrs. W. J. Kennedy, at Hotel
Glendale, and we enjoyed very much
the most excellent Menu at the popular
Hotel.
Mesdames Nelson, Robert and Hale,
of Ashland, rjassed throuch Glendale
last Similar evening enroute to Port
land to attend the Klks Carnival, and
then tlirv w ill sind some weeks near
Salem picking hops. It gftes witliout
saving, they ill have a fine time. And
Conductor Charles Wilson, and Brake
men Robert ami II ile, no doubt will
enjoy keeping liatoli and will fully real
ue the delight of single blessedness a-
gain, while they are eating cold lunches
and doing their own house work etc.
Todar. we. bv invitation, visited the
olliee of the "Glendale News" which will
bue it's first nniiilier on the 12th inst,
Br the kindfp of the hditor and pro-
i.ri. tor Ir. Horai-e W. llnllx-rt, we
were Miown the first printed page of the
Tittle pa-r, and we notu-e the iniH-han-
ica! work is'verv well done ; we did not
find a single I visigraphic.il erivr. The
Press which is a small ixiwer press, and
the tvpe and all the fixtures arc new,
and the office is neatlv arranged. The
Editor who prides himself njion the fact
that "he is no dud V' a gi'iiiai gentle
loan who t eems to understand his busi
ness
ja-rfectly. e wish the little
Journal destined to fill "a
long felt
abundant
Moli.ik
want 111 mis couniiuimy,
siu CJ-SS.
Camas Valley.
School began last MonLy with a
very good attendance.
Preaching services next Sunday at 11
irVlock bv Rev. Recce.
Mrs. Lizzie lambcth and her little
son left last week for California.
Thrashing is done and the farmers
are all busy hauling wheat, for their
winters supply of flour.
It neems that Mr. and Mrs. Ie Groot
do not like California as well as "Web
foot," as we hear they have located at
Eugene. MoRkta.
Recently eight young ladies sailed on
the same steamer from San Franc isco
for the Philippine Islands, w here they
will be met by eight young men, w ho.
wives they will become. "The young
men are in the government service.
The young ladies are from places scatter
ed over the V. S., one from Albany,
Oregon. '
A Parson's Noble Act.
"I want all the world to know,"
writes J. C. Budlong, cl Ashaway, H. I.
"what a thoroughly good and reliable
medicine I found in Electric Bitters.
They cured me of jaundice and liver
troubles that had caused me great suf
fering for many years. For a genuine,
all-around cure they excel anything I
ever saw." Electric Bitters are the su t
prise of all for their wonderful work in
Liver. Kidney and Stomach troubles.
Don't fail to try them. Only 50cts,
Satisfaction is guaranteed by A C Mars
tors, druggist.
LATEST
Seven Mile TunnelPortland Steam-
V
boat Engineers StrikePresi
dent Concludes his Tour
Sax Francisco, Sept. 10. The Southern Pacific sur
veyors have completed plaus for a tunnel 34,Soo feet long
through the Sierras. It will cost $14,000,000 and will cut
down the summit grade 1,500 feet, ami do away with Ml
but three miles of 42 miles of suowsheds. This is said to
be a part of Harriman's plan to modernize the system.
MARINE ENGINEER'S STRIKE.
Portland, Sept. 10. The marine engineer's strike is
uow 011. The steamer Potter was tied up this morning,
the cngiueers refusing to take the boat from the dock.
The engineers with headquarters iu this city arc fil
ing at the strike committee room and depositing tbeir li
censes with the sccretarv as sc.
PRESIDENT CONCLUDES HIS TRIP.
Washington, Sept. 10. President Roosevelt arrived
here at 6:30 this morning but
and then proceeded to Oyster
immediately started for his home iu Hempstead, Long Is
Jaud, where he will remain till "President Roosevelt takes
his Chicago-St: Louis trip ou
IJLEW UP HIS
Goxaives, Hay ti, Sept. 10.
to tbe siuking of thcFirminists'gunb jat Crete-a-Pierrct at
the entrance of this harbor Saturday shows that Admiral
Killick, her commander, personally fired the aft magazine
of that vessel when the German gunboat Panther attempt
ed to capture her, and that he
his ship.
It is claimed here that
Hrete-a-Pierrot have been saved. The body of Admiral
Killick was recovered Saturday afternoon and was buried
the same eveniug. The surgeon of the Crete-a-Pierrot,
who was asleep in his cabiu, and two sailors of that vessel
also perished.. The Panther
Haylien on Krida-.
EX-GOVERNOR
Eugene, Sept. 10. Ex-Governor John Whiteaker is
seriously ill at his home in this city from the effects f a
stroke of paralysis, which he sustained Monday night. It
was at first thought he would not survive, but today he
has been improving aud strong hopes are entertained that
he will recover. He has been failing for years, but Las
been holding up fairly well for a man of his age, he being
S2 years of age. He came to Oregon from Indiana, his
native state, with the' pioneers of iS52,and the following
year settled on a farm in Laue County. In that year he
was also elected Governor, being the first t,o hold that office
after Oregon attained the degrep of statehood.
15IRDIE ONLY WANTS $70,000.
Portland. Scot 10. Suit was filled .in the United
'
States District Court yesterday by Birdie M. McCarty
against James D. Heyford a wealthy Southern Oregon stock
raiser. Miss McCarty alleges breach of promise and claims
that the stock man promised
1901, at Lakeview, but failing
considers herself iujurcd in
The plaiutiff is a school
Michiean. while the defendant
the stock-raising kings of the Northwest.
HORRIBLE DEEDS OF LUNATICS.
Greenville, Miss., Sept.
of Clayton, Miss., who, while
her five children near Hazelhurst, Miss., June 16, commit
ted suicide here yesterday by jumping into the rier.
Genoa. W. Va., Sept. 9.
on Saturday, almost severed
with a razor as he spoke "without the shedding of blood
there can be no remission of
woods. He is insane.
HOPPICKERS
Tacoma, Sept. 9. A special to the News from North
Yakima says that 500 indian
$1.25, an advance of 25 cents.
country arc holding their hops for 30 cents a pound, aud
the Indians declare that they
creased price.
CASTRO WINS
New York, Sept. 9. The Consul-General of Venezu
p1 ha received the following
-T
President Castro:
"A fiprrp battle was foutrht todav at rinaauillo, in
which the revolutionary army, under Generals Luciano
Mendoza and Riera was completely defeated, thus insuring
national peace." '
, MAINE REPUBLICANS' VICTORY.
Portland, Me., Sepi. 9.
out of 521 cities, towns and
vote of the same towns two
Republican plurality of about
NEWS.
- nnty lor their good laith.
remained only half an hour
Uay. Secretary Cortelyou
September 19th.
OWN SHIP.
Au investigation made in
appraently went down with
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the rifles and machine guns of
is expected to reach Cape
WHITEAKER ILL.
to marry her December 25
to fulfill his promises she
the sum of $70,000.
teacher of -Wayne County,
is considered to be one of
9. Mrs. Mollie Wsstrobe,
insane, murdered and burne d
Rev. Maurice Wih-on, who
his wife's head from her body
sins," was found today in the
ON STRIKE.
hoppickers have struck for
Growers in ths Moxee
should have a part of the in
A BIG VICTORY.
undated cablegram from
J W
Figures received from 261
plantations, compared with the
years ago, indicate a probable
29,000 iu the state.
SUICIDE OF PHIL CORKIN.
Oldest Engineer on the S. P. Lines tn
Oregon Shit hlmsd Monday.
PoBTt.AM, Sept. 8. Seating himself
011 a box of bricks in a remote corner of
the lower floor of Weinhard's new
building, at the southeast corner of Al
der and Fourth streets, Philip Corkin, a
pioneer locomotive engineer, up to a
short time ao in the employe of the
Southern Pacific Company, placed a 22'
caliber revolver in his nn.i.ili, and, pull
ing the trigger with the thumb of his
right hand, blew out his brains. Death
a me within a few minutes. IUvauseof
the gun lieing held in the mouth, the
rejiort was muffled, but a man at work
near by heard the shot. The suicide
was committed at 2 o'clock.
From nil appearam-e the suicide was
most delilierate. A few minutes before
firing th faUl hot CVrkin took lunch
as nsual at the Iuvre. omiosite the
lace which he selected for the execu-
ion of hi terrible intention. He suoke
wsth the waiter and the cashier, and ap-
lared js-rfectly rational. Evidentlr
e walked directly from the table across
the street into the incompleW store
room.
A motive for the rash act that is sniv-
sse. tignnii prominently was Cor Lin's
removal from he run 011 the Fst Side
ivisioii iA the Sriithern Pacific slpout
ix we-ks ag. Ihvaustrof having Ijeco
arllr resjionsible for a roilision near
Hubbard, he was laid off w ith an offer
to go to work on the Oswego run. This
offer, he would not consider, hweer
so it is niuler-tooil, U ing.as he a,s i
of the oldest engineers oa the line. . "n;
lismisil is said to have tonrh.fcl j,
pride very much, and no doijbt. to it
may U? attributed the motive Iris act.
Very little is known of, (,rkia ' i-r-
soual affairs, although j'cajly erf rylwidv
knew mm by sigltt. He. was a siusrle
man, and lived with K lwar I ft. Elliott
another engineer on the road, at 532
Couch street. About a week ai-n h
sj.ke of being visited .ya uiws from
Chicago, lut further than th:l nothing
is known of his relatives.
Corkin was generous to a fault." said
a f riend w ho liad hurried to the aid of
the dead man," and woult do anything
to alleviate the suiTerimr or vmi ..f
children. Hcma-le big money in his
time, but hirariably gave away all that
be did not use for his living exiKrnses."
(Engineer Owkin ha-l lnanv friends in
R.eburg, as mell as e l-where along the
line, who regrvt his tragic death, lie
ranked No. 1. on the list of engineers on
the S. P. lines iu Orev-on.)
The Funeral K-rvioes were held to
lay at II oVlo.k, at Fenlev's Un
dertaking Parlors, Portland. -
Cms County 0i( Company.
Over a year ago, while W. H. Button
was digging a well on his farm about
fifteen miles Iw'ow land-ui, be dug into
a "gas leak" which lead him to U'lieve
that he would find oil by boring a
sufficient depth. ince that time, he
has devoted his time to a 'tody of tb
formation in this place ami in o!ier
places where oi his been found, and all
indication poi.it one way that oil wili
be found at alsuit 400 feet.
He has organised a Stork cun-ipany
with a capital stork of. i-'i.OOO and tbe
stock was all taken in :i jiffy. A cor
poration J,a been f..riiitl to U known
as the lUndoii Oil Company, they havi
!aed the diamond drill of the Rt-arrr
Hill Coal Company and will ln-gin, work
at once. They have secured the services
of an exjx rt from Brit'fh Columbia who
is expected to arrive in a few davs to
superintend the os-ratiou if the drill.
Osjuille Bulletin.
Tank for Fuel Oil.
Ashland, Sept. 8. A crew of 30 men
brought here from Beaumont, Tex., is at
work on the construction of the big oil
ank at the Ashland Southern Pacific
yard. It will W one of the largest tanks
ou the line, and w ill hold 2,2iW,HM gal
lons of oil It is slightly over 114 feet in
diameter. The tank at Hornbrook is al
ready completed. There is al.- a small
er one at Edgcwood.
Wlio is discouraged by a condition of ill
health which fmlt to yield to tbe treat
pieut of local physicians will be glad to
know she can consult Dr. Pierce, by
letter, free. In a little more than thirty
years, Dr. Pierce, chief consulting phy
sician to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical
Institute. Buffalo, N. Y., assisted by his
Staff1 of nearly a score of physicians,
lias treated ami cured hundreds of thou
sands of weak and sick women. ; All
correspondence is held as strictly private
aud sacredly confidential. Address Dr.
K. V. Herce, Buffalo, N. Y.
"After bring mtbjrctmt for ionic time to an
nnoyiiiC female iroiiMr." mi Mrs. Minnie
Tillotvou, of Potumnc, Vermillion Co., III., U04
ijo, "I wnrte lo lr. R. V. Itrn. who at ouo
nrdersiuott niy tiiflriuiii, and ndvi.nl in 10
Ifkr hln 'Favorite errsc-ripliun ' ami Miolilru
Mnlical IhoTr-.' and us mlo hia ' Lofton
TallcU" anu 'SuppoailCTiM.' After using hia
pirtlknuea eight or nine mouths 1 was com
pletely cured.
I am eratefut to Dr. Pierce for hia ailvloe anj
the kin J ami eiK-ouraKiuar lettrrn tie wrote lo
inc. I would xlvlae any woman auflering with
rttnale tlmcaar, lo ooimull hint. Iroimt anl
rr.1x.1Hul attention will be given aim good
advice received by o doiug.
The Common Sense Medical Adviser,
1008 large pages in paper covers, is sent
fret on receipt of 31 one-cent stamps to
pay expense of mailing only. Address
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Are yon pnrticular
3 about your
IF YOU ARE CALL AT
CURRIER'S
AND ASK
Price ia no higher and
Currier's,
OPFN1NG OF
Golf Skirting
ft
Venetian Clath .. .Black Venetian Cloth, full 50
inches wide, an excellent fabric
for tailormade waterproof suits.
"KebD" CorsetS...We are the agents for the "Xebo"
Oorsets and have a large assort
ment, in the latest French styles,
on Iiand. The newest of the
kind is the "Kebo" Form-Reducing
corset;
SI)IiSa fail S3itS.Stylish Fall snits for Men,
Youths 2nd Boys. .
ShOCS .". Men and Boys shoes in good
qualities and moderate prices. -
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ThU store w ill clow ft C o'clock,
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Drain
f COOS BK'V STKGE ROUTE $
Coromy.cin? witli 31 nday,
thefare froa Drain f Coo Utt. T.iZ'ie allowance with each fall fare,
50 pounds. Traveliin meu aire Tcwed 75 poends baggage when they
have 300 pcuod or more. . VII excess ba?ae, 3 cts. per pound, aad no al
lowancw will be made for tvr uid trip, DAILY STAGE.
Foe farther information sdJress
7. R. Sawyers,
Proprietor, Drain, Oregon
W.SWVrVrW.WV.W Y.
Making Kirn Look Pleasaat
is easy enou3i,f.,r when!.e opeas hi-f
p.ickagp t4 lari!i.lry work, after tA
in 'nt" home " from the Koseburg
laundry, the man who loves faultier
limn ainl up-toUte latsn-lryini always
wrt-uth his face in sruiles. During
warm wither our meiho,W of laun lr
iu; linen and ool-ml shirt., w hile vests
etc.shows it.-lf in the length of time
they keej fresh and cli'am.
rosebors m niy
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NORMAN & COMPANY
Tli.v are now located in the now Hendricks blo k,
one dKir south of the Kailrotid Eatiug House
tup nrpT a n..... a '-mBB
J1ML.UUOI mm. '' mmm
A full and complete line of Cigars, anil Tobacco,
Candies, Nota, Trujts, Etc
Coffee, Tea and Spices
GROCERY
FOR
every can guaranteed
Roseburz's
Leading
Grocer
FALLSGOODS
.A very heavy quality, measuring
56 inches wide in all colors. -
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Mondays an4 SatufxLiys xcepted. f
Gardiner t
Jauaary 2 J. '02, we will charge 17.30 for
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mills oa the market.
Someone of tbe good 8
ones is a little better o
than all the others, g
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It has proved tie
maker's claim to ruu
faster iu a low ve
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iocny wica man any j
other mill.
If interestedin wind
mils talk to
Churchill
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