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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1902)
la busy seasons brings
you yonr share of trade;
la a very important farter jo j
burin-!. Poor crintine r-
advertising in dnll sea
sons brings yon yonr share, and also
tbat of the merchant who "can't af
ord" to advertise.
fleets no credit on a go 1
business hocse. Let ua do yonr Job J
rrintins we guarantee it to be in
Published on Mondays and ThursdaysEstablished 1868.
every way satisfactory. j
ROSEBURG, DOUGLAS COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1902.
to s ajsj
S-R.i.. BOOTH, A.C.MARSTERS. II.C.GA1.EY, Q
Douglas County Bank,
Established I883. Incorporated 1901.
Capital Stock, $50,000.00.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
F. W. BEXSOS, R. A. BOOTH, J. H. BOOTH, J. T. BRIDGES
J. F. KELLY, A. a MAKSTERS, K. L. MILLER.
A general banking business transacted, and customers given every
. ch; suu wum C M uau.uii
O Bank open from nine to twelve and from one to three.
LATE: NEWS Sl'MMARIZED.
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awexcellent iu quality and reasonable in r rice.
Just retrieved a new line of rugs rangiug in size
from small up to0xi2 aud in price from $1.25 to $30.
Our store is fV' r good things and we can fit
g up 3our home complete and it will be up to date if k
3'ou buy of us.
Remember the place
B. W. STRONG,
32g Jackson St. g
0 RW no I Tc VAift
FOR CASH OR TRADE
J. F. BARKER & GO.
Kruse & Newland
prices are always right
and stock complete
Also a full line of... .
Highest price paid for Produce. Give us a call
- OUR MOTTO IS TO PLEASE v
Kruse & Newland
. BUY QUM
Is a great swear word up State.
That's what we are saying to the
people of Eoseburg and the adjacent
country. Buy the Buckingham and
Hect Rubbers or gums at
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. 181,
for good goods and good service.
C. W. PARKS & CO.
Ti'i Kj; ;'k, Mxn'i 1 1 S i; i fa
spring Ilack leavee Itoseburg Every Morning at 0 o'clock,
LiVefJ Feed' End 0ale pfafcles
C. P. Bakxaso, Prop.
Saddle Horses, Single and
Double Rigs at a! I hours
Transient Stoc' gven
very be of care
Rates always reasonable
for all noiiiN on Coos R;iv. Good
State, Ceueral and Foreign Newa
Condensed for tbe Peranal
of toe Dutty Reader.
Bob Fitzsininions, who it in Portland
this week, lias been in 529 battles and
lias been whipped ouly twice, then by
Notwithstanding all the blow and
bluster Portland, continues to lead
Seattle in postal receipts, but by
Pii-kjxx-kets and burglars are doing a
good business at Lugene. ?e eral visit
ors have reiwrted the lo.s a'urieg and
A Woodburn hop grower h contract
ed t5 fnrn!.'".T. A. Livesly & Company
.f 5- i'ev. "', "XI pounds of hrns each
.i i .nut 'CXt iv. years at a.' cents
joomrw- ; iob " riusiiniiions, the pugi'
x.et has leen a Portland guest this week.
The big slugger now appears in the role
of actor in the melodrama entitled "The
On Monday 8. A. lleilner. of Baker
City, sold 600,000 pounds of wool to
Koshland & Co., of Boston, for $75,000
This is the largest individual sale ever
consummated in this city.
Judge Boise, at Salem, has rendered a
decision holding that a justice of the
peace has power to set aside the verdict
of a jury when it is not in accordance
with the law and evidence.
The Amalgamated sugar refinery
plant at La Grande, with 350 tons daily-
capacity, started up Monday 10 fnll
operation. Beets are coming in fredv
and are of better grade than last year
Fruit growers in Polk county sty that
the prune crop will not only be light
this year, but that brown rot has at
tacked the Italian prunes in some sec
tions, and that this will further decrease
In trying to save a passenger train
from a wreck, William Johnson, a
Northern Pacific section foreman, was
killed Sunday afternoon atTuscor, Ida
ho, lie saved the train, buv, died of his
H. S. Gile, of Salem, manager of the
Willamette Valley Prune Association,
has sold 32 carloads of prunes, principal
ly Italians, at the association price,
which is on the basis of cents for the
A number of fine timber claims have
been purchased recently uptheSsnliaur,
it is sail 4 in ail, at greatly increased
prices, as high as fiioOO being paid.
Some are holding at even above this
A telegram received bv Portland cus
toms authorities from the Treasury De
part men t at Washington states that on
and alter October let the value of the
Mexican dollar will drop from 48 cents
to 41 cents 7 mills.
A dispatch from Rome says that the
death roll resulting from the recent bur
ricaues in Sicily ere swelling. The
bodies of 600 persons are now awaiting
burial, and as the means of their prompt
enterment are lacking, there are grave
fears of an epidemic.
Work on the grade of the Dallas and
Falls City railroad is progressing at a
satisfactory rate, considering tbe diffi
culty encountered in securing men and
teams at this busy season of th. year.
The grading crew is now at work on the
(lilliam fam, about half way between
the two towns.
The Ashlaud Fruit Association re
ceived on Friday a remittance of $12,000
ftm Portland houses, iu payment for
the Early Crawford peaches. This was
distributed among the Ashland growers.
The late Crawfords and other late va
rieties, of w'-ich there is a big proluc-
tian, are still unsettled for.
At last it has anved: " Harry Tracey
the Desperate Western Outlaw." Th.
book iu paiier cover, 2fH5 pages, com-
pleiely i'liii-i-ated. At first it looks like
a blxxl juid thunder story of fiction ;
but a perusal shows it to be simply a
well-told sto-y of the escape and capture
of the famous outlaw.
,V bill has been outlined and will be
presented to th. United States congress
at the coming session to ' allow the
Soutliein Psclfic Railway Company to
bridge the Wil-amette River at Oswego
for the puroose 0f connecting the East
and West Side and Yamhill divisions of
Mrs. Florence Atwood, wife of Dr. J.
P. Atwood, died at Baker City Sunday.
Mrs. Atwood was the State President of
the Assembly of Rebekahs of Oregon ;
also a prominent member of the Order
of the Eastern Star. She was stricken
with pneumonia a week ago at the close
of the district fair, of which she was one
of the managers.
Actuated by rev;ngful motives and
probably temporarily insane, R, S. Davis
a druggist, of La Center, Wash., Mon
day set fire to the drug store of Mrs.
Sarah White bis competitor, returned
to his own etoe, set fire to it, and was
himself consumed in the flames. As
the result of this rash act five buildings
are now in ashes.
State Land Agent L. B, Geer has sold
all but 62 of the 240 farms he held on
hand two years ago.' Many of the sales
we e made in the last 12 months, since
the real estate activity became strong.
The farms were taken by the school
fund comnr'ssiorcrs by foreclosure of
mortgages taken to secure loans made
to farmers in various parts ef the state.
POOR SI HK TO 6V FFF.H.
Hoard SldewaLifi Torn I'd for
I-uel, BridKe. H'Hpptd, Lum
ber I'lleti stolen.
New Iork, Sept. 30. Not a ton of
anthracite cal ran le had here at any
price, t-ay a Rochester, N. Y., dispatch
totheTimt-8. Sidewalk iiKpertors re
tort that in the outlying district! resi
dents are tearing np the sidewalks and
using them for fuel. Altogether sever
al miles of plank walks bnv IVen pried
Roosevelt Summons Coal Magnates
to Washington Wilcox Nar
rowly Escapes Tar and
up with i-rowbars anl carrit-i off. In
Washington, Octi.-The following is the result of !;Z "t" p 't.
conferences between President Roosevelt and members of ber left on the streets for repairs ai
his Cabinet, which weie held vesterdav and tndnv: have disappeared
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4itiM . t T ii' i w i vr MM.n n .irn ,ti & v 1 1 v ure i ureal
"u"1-"UUJl-i """'"S1) vyi. i, lyoz. ucuitc r ened t i imf seriouslv nrWie.1
the scarcity of coal. The J. 11
Erie Railroad Cnmnnnv Tlmnnc P V .r,fc',t "'"I ai Ha-only enough to Iat
r---, ! tills ttri'k. whim St. I.iik-'tt i&.'im k ff.,.
i, 1902. George F
Baer, President of the Reading System, Ed Thomas, Chair
man of the Board,
T? 1 XT r' '. ' 1 Tl '1 .1 r -r tr i. .1
iuwicr, IM'W lorK, IS.aiiru; U company, K. M. UllJ)nant, tnnate as tooLtain a cargo of 240
President of thf De1au-:ir Xr TTurlcnn Maw Vrrb- T1, a"onta wi-ekag.r-eiu.ugh t last
Markley, 527 West Thirty-Fonrth Street, New Yoik:
months. St. Mary's Hpital for child
ren has prarUcaJIy no upIy of steam
coal, and is using furnace coal, of which
it has alM.ut 25 tons. This condition
prevails at many other institutions.
It was said at the olfice of the rhari
tiesdejartment that no real distress lias
leru experienced in any of the city's
The price of anthracite iiaa reaclud
$21, but some retailers are edI!ing out
their small supply t $15 or $! to old
customers. ImjMfrtation of Welsh an
inracueana rreucn i-uuiiiinous can iu
uo way relieve the situation, for the few
San Francisco. Oct. i. Word lias iust reached lierp '" ,,iat ,,ave x nJ
f, TT,t..1 i,c T-.1o w;t .i u -acouni. mere are only aKot 80TO
A A f A ! 1 1 T1 1 It I .- t lic uiii
.uj; wutu auu iwiutitu iu ms itpci luiuu. i uc wiif iu onJers have been pla--e.l this week for
troduced by Delegate Wilcox, which provides for ih? see- .ver25,M) tons. At least a month is
relation of the sexes iu the leper colony has almost crc-l e-iuired. however, to fill the orders
VI should greatly like to see you on Friday next , Oct
ober 3, at ii o'clock A. M. here in Washington, in regard
to the failure of the coal supply, which has become a
matter of ital concern t' the whole nation. I have sent a
similar dispatch to Mr. Johu Mitchell, President of the
United Mineworkers of America.
WOULD TAR AND FEATHER WILCOX.
Are vou imrtirnl ir r rr -r . . Y?t
r tonee, leaana apices p
IF YOU ARE CALL AT
CURRIER'S GROCERY S
AND ASK FOR -
Price is no higher and every can guaranteed
The coot of impoiting Welsh -jal under
normal conditions is aljout $7.
Emile Zola Is Dead.
ated a revolt of the lepers, and aroused their anger to such
an extent that when the commission, of which Wilccx was
a member, visited the colony for the purpose of making an
,..-..i, .r. h..w ... - P.riS. S.pt, 29.-M. Zola, tbe novel
tar auu icaincis. as. a ie5uu oi a report, to me comims- i..t. who was Uira in Pari Ar.ril iun
sion wnicn snowea tnat umawiui cohabitation was being died this morning. Zola was found
universal!' indulged in among the lepers Delegate V llcox I dea1 ,n L" hons fr"m a-phyiut;on
tntr.-wlncerl a hill nrnvuiinir that ths tnn and unmpr nft iA fraveiy m. .oia was a-
rnlortv bo generated in order to nrcvent ciirl, a Qtat. f nf. l-'-yxu-u t.y the lumes irum a stove,
Z . J' r " 1 lil.e 1. ir of mhi.-li r J .1 to I- r.nl ,A
- . Ta .-1 "11 . w v.
airs, ii was snown rear many luegai cuuaren were being order. At the same time it l, M.tMitt..t
born to-the lepers and an effort to put a stop to it ws.s made! there are indications of suicide-
bv Mr. Wilcox.
SECRETARY HAYS DAUGHTER WEDS.
Newt.uby. N. Hm Sept. 30. Yerx quietly aud in the
presence of only relatives and closest friends, Miss' Alict
lay, second daughter of Secretary of State John Hay, and
ames YV. Wadsworth, of Genesee, X. Y., were married to
day at the ''Fells," Lake Sunapee, the summer home of the
bride's father. Although all arrangements for the event
were made with the utmost privacy, the residents of thi
vicinity felt great interest iu it, a it is by far the most im
portant wedding that ever took place in this section. Few,
however, among 1 hem received invitations. In fact, the
number of guests was only 30.
The ceremony took place at 2 o'clock. The Rev. C.
L. Hayden, of Clevefand, who married Colonel and Mrs.
Hay, performing the ceremony today.
CHOLERA IX PHILIPPINES.
Manila, Sept. 30. It is understood that 5124 cases of
cholera and 2740 deaths from that disease were reported in
the Province of Ilo Ilo, Island of Pa nay, on Monday. This
is the highest record for any district since the outbreak
of the disease occurred, and exceeds the total of Mauiia
and many of the provinces since the commencemert. The
town of Miago in the Province of Ilo Ilo, was the worst suf
ferer, 1 1 73 cases being reported there Monday.
At Cabettaum there were S99 cases, and at Dumanges
xati cases were reported on Monday. The people are flee
ing to the mountains leaving the dead unburied and the
dying uncared for. The Government has ordered addition
al doctors and medicine to be sent to Ilo Ilo. The num
ber of victims makes ordinary sanitary measures impossi
ble. The total for all the provinces Monday was ?too
cases and 3091 deaths.
SCARCITY OF BIRDS.
Eugene, Oct. 1. The China pheasants were not
slaughtered today in huge quantities because they were
not in sight when tue mrnroas ana dogs stalked the fields.
It is very evident that the game law does not protect the
pay colored fowls. 1 he fields around Eugene echoed an
occasional shot today, however, and a few birds were
brought to town.
IXDIAN WAR VETERANS.
America's Famous Beauties
Look with horror on Skin Eruptions.
Elotc ies, sores, Pimples. They don't
have fiern, nor will any one, w ho uses
Buckleu's Ar lica falve. It glorifies the
face. Eczema or I. alt Rheum vanish
befo.e it. It cures sore lips, chapped
hands, chilblains. Infallible for Piles.
2.5c lit A C Man-ten; drug store,
Salem, Oct. 1. The Oregon Indian War Veterans'
Association in session in this city adopted a resolution to
day asking the legislature to appropriate $300,000 for the
payment of the Indian War veterans for service in the
Rogue River Indian war and accoutrements furnished by
the volunte ersl .'
SAXTACLAUS IN A TRUST.
Pawtucket, R. I., Oct. 1. A proposed combine of 40
concerns throughout the country eugaged in the manufac
ture of toys, games and novelties, is to be joined by a large
manufacturing company of this city. The combination is
understood to involve a capitalization of from $7,000,000 to
. WILL WED UNION MEN ONLY.
ST. Paul, Sept 29. The young women of the Clerks'
Union have completed arrangements for the organization
of a girls' league in which every member will pledge her-
self to marry none but a union man and to retu se absolutely
to receive attentions from any but men with cards.
OUR COAL STRIKE EFFECTS ENGLAND. -
New York, Sept. 30 The American coal strike al
ready has made an impression on the British coal market,
aud if it continues for another six mouths householders iu
London probably will have to pay $20. a ton for fuel.
Zola and bis wife returned to Paris
from their country home at Medaii yes
terday, and owing to a sud len c-f
ell weather here he ordered the heat
ing stove in hi l-droiii to 1 lighted.
The t-tove Imriied Itadlv, Iit Zola and
his wife retired at Itl icba-k !at ni-lit
and tin- servant. not h'-ann; any move
ment in the asirtmviit this morning,
entered tlie l-drooui at A. M. and
found Mine. Zola lying on th tied in
animate. V.-Xx was iyiiij; l.au out of Led
with Lis head a ii' I shovflder on the thr
and bis ISonll.e lied. IWtors ere
gillnlieiiird but they failed to tvytore
Zola's life. After prolonge I efforts thy
renin -itated Mme. Z..'a.
The report that Zola's death rvrsi'ted
from suicide is without foundation
Saturday, Oct. n, 1902 f
Jewish Day of Attonement
riiyicians' Prescript i.jas
and Family Kecii,
Kubber Ciod, Toilet
Articles, Liine and Ce
mer.t, Paints, ii an-1
(la.s, Perfumery, Tm;
-s, Sjn.n-cs, Brushes EU-.
Rambler Biercles and
A. C. Marsters & Co.
S,-li.! Sup- j
Dnsgs, Medicines, .Chemicals.
Stationery 5chooI Books
Guilty of Manslaughter.
PoKixASo, Or., Sept.
iUldwin and son, ticrge
were found gui: (y of manslaughter ly a
jnry Satnrdav niht for the killicif c.f
Frank Carlm, lat Jnly. Young Bald
win and Carlson riipi-jil in a prize
nVht to settle a l;!licuity over a j:irl, and
a blow over the heart caused Carbon's
death. The elder Baldwin witnessed
the fight. Thejuryrecommcnded young
Baldwin to the merry of the court, out
made no recommendation as to the
Goes Like Hot Cakes.
"The fastest selling article I have in
my store," writes druggist C T Sm-th,
of Pavis, Ky., "is Pr. King's Nw iMs
covery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, because it always cure. In my
six years of sales it has never failed. I
bare known it to save sufferers from
Throat and Lung diseases, who could
get no help from doctors or any other
temedy." Moth hs rely on it, best phy
sicians prescribe it, and A C Marstera
icnarautee satisfaction or refund price.
Trial bottles free. Reg. sixes 50c and f 1
Not lonj; since there was a great run
on the fish markets because it was an
nounced that fish was food for the brain.
Of course tbe fallacy of the fad was soon
exploded. Normally the food we cat
bones, etc, each
part of the body
salts, lime, ac
coiding to its
need. When the
brain begins to
or the nerves be
come sensitive it
is a sign tbat
there is a loss of
contained in the
food eaten, and
this loss is , in
general due to
disease of the
stomach, aud its
diseases of the stomach and other organs
of digestion and nutrition. It enables
the perfect digestion and assimilation of
food, which is the source of the strength
of both brain ami body.
' t wis troulilcj with vry frequent hendaehe'
write Mi Ibrlle Summvrtoa. of Sun IriripX
Duval Co., Trxan., "often accferapauicU by icvi-rc
vuinitmx ; bowcla wrre irrrtrtilnr and mv sloin
a?h ami liver aeeineil coiilinnally out of onler.
Often could eat almcwt uoh ng. and sometimes
nbtulutcly untliing. fur tureutv-futir hours at a
time. I was entirely uuht for work, aud iuv
whole syttera seemed o run-down that I feaird
n severe sick pelt and ws very much div
counied. I was mlvisrd to try Dr. I'iene'a
Golden Medical Discovery and did so with su h
altslaclnrr results that before nuUhinx the.
tnira unttie i tell pertectiy able to undertake
duties atteudiug public school liit."
Dr. Pierce"s Common Sense Medical
Adviser In paper covers is sent ret, on
geteipt of si one-cent stamps to pay ex.
tense o( mailing only. Autlress l)t. K.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. V.
Drain Gardiner I
COOS BHY STAGE ROUTE
Commenctne with M mday, January -o-. we vni r, f
thefare from Drain t CBiy. m-ag, .Ila.aoce wit!, each full fare
S 30 pounds. Traveling men are alwed 75 r- uuils bacja-s when tiev
ti r TT' b4?' 3 cu- 'PJ. i no al- 5
J lowance will be made for round trip. -DAILY STAliE.
For further information address "C
; J- R Sawyers,
' Proprietor, Drain, Oresoa
h fashianatle Attire,
Your lauisdry is the most conspicnons
feature of your aj pare!. Therefore re-,
quires more attention t-ian other arti
cles of wear. We'll do it np for you ia
a style that'll give you comfort and
pleasure. We're experts in the art of
laundering, and Jo work of the highest
grade at !owei rates. Shirts, collars
and cuffs laundered to perfection.
Special attention given to Sue liaen.
First cla;-s service. 4
roseborg m sm
They've gone and done . it again
Done away with the dark-room in
developing. A little machine to de
velope film negatives in' daylight
withont going to a darkroom. Any
child can op rrate it. See this won
derful invention at our store.
1 k Woolley.
Cause and Effect.
Responsive to the touch, and perfect
in tone and action, the Yose piano has
secured a bold on popular favor accorded
to none other. -It i.- a standarvl instru
ineut, of the highest grade. Unexcelled
iu a single feature tf merit. No better
piano made. Not high prictl, either.
Sild at exceedingly low tigures for cash,
or on easy time payments. Everyone
V. A. BURR & CO.
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