The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190?, November 10, 1902, Image 1

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Published on Mondays and Thursdays Established 1868.
Vol., XXXIII.
ROSEBURG, DOUGLAS COUNTY, OREGON, MONDAY, NOVExMBER io, 1902.
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9 B. A. BOOTH, A.C.MAKSTEK&, II. C. G ALKY, O
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Douglas County Bank,
Established I883.
Capital Stock," $50,000.00
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
F. W. BENSON, II. A. BOOTH, J. H. BOOTH, J. T. BRIDGES
J. F. KELLY, A. C. MAKSTEKS, K. L. MILLER.
O A general banking business transacted, an T customers given every x
0 accommodation consistent with safe and conservative banking. g
Bank open from nine to twelve and froni one to three. 0
OOCOOCKCOOOOOOCOO
HEATING
The place to find
STROfiG'S FUniiiTURE STORE i
A complete line of Blankets and Comforts that
are excellent in quality and reasonable in price.
Just recieved a new line
from small up to 9xi2 and in
Our store is fyf good
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up j-our home complete and
fc you buy of us.4
Bring: Us Your ...
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FOR CASH
J. F. BARKER & CO.
In Desks, Office Tables,
and Office Chairs we want
your trade. Desks similar
to above only drawers on
both sides and . without
pidgeon hole cases, 50 inches
long, combination lock, a
first class desk in every re
spect, $2600. Others -from
$10.50 up.
W ANTE D
AUIn terested in
SHOES '
To call at Flint's Shoe Store and
try a pair of Walk-over or Queen
Qua my Shoe '
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 you order them. Call up 'Phone No. 181,
for gor1 goods and good service.
C. W. PARKS & CO.
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'r-prii.j- Hack leaves Roseburg Lvery Morning at C o'clock.
Incorporated lyoi.
STOVES
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of rug? ranging in
price ironi $1.25 to
size
"things and we can fit
it will be up to date if
Remember the place
B. W. STRONG,
32g JacksonSt.
CHICKENS.
EGGS,
BUTTER.
OR TIRADE
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Porttant!. Qrr.
A few reasons why v e c:'.:i
sill fjr lass than others.
We d a o u r o .v n work.
We have but few cxptuses.
We buy our goods right.
We are satisfied wit'i a
small profit.
We can save you raDa?y
on desks.
Call and see for youisfvc-;
or send for cuts.
We guarantee )ou satis
faction.
EMPIRE-
Wj, Fesd and Is pfaMe
C. P. Barnard Trop.
Saddle Horses. Single and
Double Rigs at a I hours
Transient Stocx even
very bss cf care
Rates always reasonable
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LATER ELECTION RETURNS.
Republican Majorities are Increased
By Official Count.
RIIODK ISLAND NOT SO BAP.
rnoviDEXCK, R. I., Nov. 0. A recount
in the City of Woonsocket has displaced
three llemoeratie members of the Gen
eral Assembly originally announced as
elected, and, eubstituted the Republi
can candidate. This gives the Repub
licans a plurality of four in the House,
which now stands 38 Republicans and
34 Democrats. The Senate is Republi
can by I'S members out of 37.
'BAH FOa NEK.VSKA.
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. - 0. Up to 5
o'clock tonight complete returns from
more than half the Xeounties k how that
Mickey's Republican, plurality for Gov
ernor will not be less than 5,000. The
Republican membership in the Legisla
ture is the greatest for years. The com
bined vote of the Futiunk-ts in the
House and Senate . ill not exceed
twenty-Line in a total membership of
in.,
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FREE S1LVEB COLORADO RECLAIMED.
Denver, Nov. 6. Nearly complete re
turns show that the Republicans have
elect el their entire state ticket, with the
Kisskle exception of superintendent ol
schools, and two of the three Congress
men, and that the Democrats will have
a majority of only 10 to IS on joint
ballot in the Legislature Uuless the Re
publicans obtain control of the Lower
House and unseat the entire Arapahoe
County delegation. The Republican
leaders frankly announce that they will
carry out that programme if it le in
their power. In such an event the
Senate, consisting of i'3 Democrats and
10 Republicans, will probably refuse to
organize the Legislature wiili the House
and thus will block the election of a
success to United states Senatr Teller.
Coler in New York and Lane in Cali
fornia are playing the baby act, by talk
ing of a contest.
John Sparks, fusion candidate, has
been elected Governor of Nevada. Mr.
Sparks is a grand man. He is the own
er of the line Hereford cattle which
have 1-een shown at the Oregon State
Fair the past two seasons.
An exchange sizes np the san of life
as follows : A child is born, the doctor
attending gets a f 10 fee; the editor
notes it and gets 0. It is christened and
the, minister gets f-5 and the editor
writes it t p and gels 00. It marries
and the minister gets anctlur $10; the
editor gets a piece of cake "r000. In
the course of time it dies; the d ttor
ge'.s from $5 to I0J and the mini.-ter gets
lerhsps another 5, the undertaker
to f5J. The editor prints a notice of
Jesth and an obituary two cohnnn
-rvaula set of resolutions of some
' ' .;! rr organization to which he U-
i--r. and receives OOlw, and then ha-
t -privilege of niniiing a free card of
tiiii.-.k aua a lot of loetrv besiues.
Irrigit'on Association Meeting..
The tiot general meeting of the Orw
.;oii irrigation Association will take
place n I'orilaud, lviuning November
1st!., l'eru.ai.ent ofiicers will be elected
fur the organization and arrangements
mlo to Uke advantageof the Irrigation
Act passvd hr the last Congress. Tli?
1. Company has arranged for a re
iueii. u of fare to one aud one third for
the round trip, eu The certificate plan,
to sll who attend the meeting.'
Ge. r is S.;Ii S lent. a
I'oETLAxa, -nov. i. il;c impression
o'-tiiins sreuud town that tiovernor
Geer will tu;u down the Taxpayers'
Leine re'jue---t for a special session of
the Leishttur... Had the Governor
been favor.ibly Ji-p'scd toward issuing
the call, it is believed that he would ere
this have replied to ' e letters and
pelilioiis that have been filed with him
in behalf oi an extra u.e;tjng of the
General Assembly, mainly for the
p-ir'wDse of lifting this large, bustling
berj out of the Plough of Desjwnd.
At t!ie meeting of the Multnomah
Count v delegation tonight, it is under
stood that oliti8 will not be discussed
The function is said to le largely social
an ! lor the purj-use ot getting acquaint
ed. In a general way only will the
eu! ject of legislation b3 discnssel.
Will P.otect t avers.
Receiving a report that a colony of
heavers is making its home near the
headwat rs of the Deschutes River, and
that hunter'' were killing them. . Game
Warden Quimby has eeut word to his
Deputy at Klamath Falls to enjoin them
if possible, as the state law prohibits
the killing of beaver. They are. very
scarce in the state.
Miclg'gan lumber men have just com
pleted the purchase of 22,000 acres o
timber land in Lnno county, the sum
involved U-ing about :J00,' 00.
Notice for Sale of State Lands.
Notice is hereby given that the Stal
Land uoani win recitivesea'ed I. ids un
til Nov. 11, 1!02, at 2 p. ni., for the sal
of the following described Mate Lands
to-wit:
Section ? and south half of section 10
Tp 33 S., It 14 W. of W. M.
The north half of the north half and
lots l,-2, 3 and 4 of section If'., Tp 41 S
R 1 15., containing 308.40 rcres.
Applications to purchase must be
made on regular blanks, in accordance
with the law for sale of School l.nnd
and lie accompanied by cash or c.hec
for one-lifth of tli3 amount bid for Or
tilicataof Sale, or, in full piynient,
deed ill issue.
The right to reject uny and all bids is
reserved.
Applications and bids should be ad-
dresM-d to "M. L. ChainiK:rlin, Clerk of
I'o.ikI, Salem, Oregon," ami' market!
Application and hid to purchaso State
B.n'l.-." M. L. ClIAMM-KLIY,
o'J'lnlt Clerk of Hoard.
Dated this 18th day of Oct. 1W2. .
DOUGLAS COUNTY INDUSTRIES
The New Creamery at RoseburgThe Stock Raising
- Industry.
(From tbv Pacific Homctcd, FaJem, Oregon.)
J he Douglas County Creamery at
Roeburg, Oregon, commenced ojiera-
t ions in May of this year. It handles
cream on the separator plan and has
alnjut thirty customers, and the number
is steadily increasing. It is owned by
GadJis t Gardner, Mr. Gaddis being
the .business manager and Mr. Gardner
the operator. They manufacture about
S00 pounds of butter jr week which
finds a ready sale io the oil v.. Hiev col-
DouglaA County Creamery, Roscburc Oregon.
ect milk fir thirty mih-s in every
tlirec-
lu.
Mr. F. L. Calkins has a private dairy
out about four miles. Has a herd of
welve rows Ji-rseys and grade Jersey.
He ne9 a U. S. cream separator, makes
is own bntt r and delivers it to city
customers. He feeds vetches and bran.
oon e:iH-c s to builJ a silo. He is also
breeder of W. P. Rock chickens and is
believer in pure br d -tork. He says
iere is soiDe fine allah'a grown along
u river lx.U"IiiS.
Tl;i i a :".! dairy secti.iii a-) a 1 fa -la
nd c'over do well and they have fine
viMr.re from Match irt (o Augst lt.
Red Polled Cattle Grazing; on the Stock
The principal dairy for supplying the '
citizens with tmlk is that belonging to
Mr. C. L Gaddis. He has about 70
cows and the surplus milk goes to the
creainerv.
Up to the time the creamery was es
tablished buttfcr was ehipjied into Roe
bnrg but since its establishment prac
tically none has been shipped in.
ROSEBURG AS A RAILROAD CENTER
Town Full of. People and
raod Prospects.
(ronlantJ Telcgrtn Nov.".)
A prominent resident of Roseburg, the
county seat of Douglas County, seen at
the Imperial Hotel today, gave it as l.is
opinion tint the city is destined in the
near future to become one of the railroad
centers of the state. Since the Ureat
Central Railroad Company has definite
ly located the roatl between Marshfield
and Stilt Lake City through Roseburg,
the city lias taken a jump forward that
is unparalleled in that section of the
country.
At the present time tiro railroad com
pany has a great number ot men pre
paring the ground for a largo depot, and
getting in readiness for the work
next Spring. The company expects
within the next (i0 davs to have KXX)
men ami 300 teams at work in the
vicinity i Roseburg. Plans are being
prepared for a three-slory stone-cut de
pot building, 100 feet Btjuare. Alsd,
upon the iOOO acres of land the company
MURDLR IN THE SECOND DEGREE.
Hea'on Adjudged Guilty of Murder in
tha Second Degree.
Et'tiK.sK, Nov. 8. As was expected,
the jury in the lleaton murder trial
brought in the verdict of second degree
murder -guilty of killing Benton Tracy
iu Junction City May 20tn last.
The jury was swoin and left the court
room at 11 o'clock - yesterday morning
and at 3 ;2! returned the verdict to the
court, being in deliberation Jour hours
nntl 21 1 minutes. .
The discussion in the jnryroom was
over the two degrees ami not as to his
guilt or innocence. The prisoner was
given the. benefit of the deliheration and
a verdict of tho second degree rendered.
The jury stood six to six, dividing on
the first or second degree.
Wlien the verdict was rend the pris
oner was elated ami smiled at the law
.vera as if he was very gjad ho tscaytid
BOME RED POLLS.
Mr. E. A. Hinkle, who lives op Ivr
creek from Roseburg, about, twelve
miles out from the city is a breeder of
Red Polled cattle. He has' now four
teen head of registered cows ami lour
registered bulls. HeJ and his ta'her
started in with the old Colonial Re 1
Polls but as tliey are not subject to
rtyistiy they got those that were, the
son taking the regiBtered stork and the
" '"'-'ZT V"r,,;-s'Ti--. J ' "' " 4i ..'""""f t "
fatlter, Mr J. T. Hinkle, the graJ(of
which he has 34 or mere head. They
raise stixk for bevf only. They also
have sliont 100 head of goats.
Mttsss. Miller and Thoruto.i en
gaged somewhat extensively in niiin
Angoria goats. Has something like 2,000
now. Sold 500 wethers this year which
were presnmably fr mutton. The
giats arj usel prinrijally for cltraring
land. . Tliia year some were let ont on
the fchares. They have 800 acres of land
and there is some government land ad-
1 joining, which the goals run on. lite
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Ranch of E, A, Hinkle, near Roseburg
ruling price of goats is about 1250 for
wethers and ft for nannies. A gat will
shear between two and threj pounds of
mohair
There are somcUtlng like 10.0C0 goats
in the vicinity of Roseburg. Mr.
Thornton said that he .had purcliased
about ',,000 within the last three
vears.
Real Estate BoomingRail
has purchased adjoiniug the toan, they
expect to erecf300 houses. Cv-jr half of
these houses are spoken for already, the
demand for accommodations has become
to great from the outside. The town is
full of people, and rooms are at a pre
mium. Property is changing hands
rapidly, and values are rising on every
hand. 4
Six miles of the proposed road, be
tween Bangor, and Marshfield, are 1
ready under contract. From this point
eastward, the distance to Rsseburg is 7
miles. '
The completion of the rord .means
that the many varied product of I'mp-
I'linnnd Roseburg Valleys will In
direct connections with the fast. The
Italian prune is a native of thH section
and besides the great stockt using in
dustrv. some of the finest timber on the
Coast is found there, such at the white
cedar, which grows nowhere else.
the gallows. He was in a buoyant mood
when conducted to the jail by the sheriff
and his deputies.
The sentence was pronouucod by Judgo
Hamilton today at 10 o'clock. The ien
alty being life sentence to tl.e peniten
tiary.
Scott Boxorth, Editor Salem Home
stead, lias returned from Kansas .City,
Mo., whore ho attended the Stock show.
Mr. Bozorth says that the firming sec
tions of Kansas and Missouri are largely
inun dated by excessive rain Htorms.
Little Ranch for Sile.
A good little home for sale ; 17 acres
adjoining fair grounds, I1 uii.es east of
Roseburg. Good buildings, 130 good
bearing fruit trees, 10 acret- in cultiva
tion. Prico$1223. For paitieulurs in
quire at Millkin's shoe store, Roseburg
Or. al tf
I Wheat has an nnwutd trend. Several
more, notches can bo stood,
THE SAME OLD STORY.
Multnomah Timber Locator Fleeces
Thlrty-slx Promine.it Porllanders
Poktuxd, Nov. ".Some 30, and
more, well-to-do -leople of Portland are
wondering whether they will ever see
Oscar C. Stone again, and more espe
cially any part of something like $116
which each of them paid for alleged lo
cations upon timber lands in what is
generally called the Alsea country, in
Benton county.
From evidences coming to light the
past few days concerning an apparent
timber fraud in that country, there
must have been paid into the hands of
Mr. Ston something over 14,000. This
is at the regnlar timberman's rate of
$100 for each quarter-section location.
It is alleged by the victims, who are
now getting "chilly feet," that Mr.
Stone, in nearly every instance, roll .-teed
from each of them the charges for ad.
yertising, which is about $U to $13. If
all aid, and it seems they did, the ex
act sum ext racted from the comfortable
purw-s of the I'ortlanders was $4, 17ft.
Oscar C. Stone is at present absent
from the city, and it is not known when
he will return. lie has been using the
Rice of G. (i. McNamara, 320 Failing
building, for the past few weeks. No
one at the office knows much a boot the
young man, excepting that he has had a
lot of people with money on the string
ersuadinj them "he could locate them
on fine timber claims.
Stone was formerIyat room 539 Wer.
tester Building, where he conducted an
Ileged lsDd-scrip agency.
Three wee'.s ago Mr. Stone, who
seems to have met with unusual lack in
nspiring people with belief in his tim
ber land down in Benton ennnty, organ-
zed tlie crowd which left all on the
same day ou the West Side road for Cor
vallis. While it is not positive that a
single person really has a claim, Dr. Lit-
tlefield and others have since sent ont a
professional cruiser to look over thelsn l
to determine whetheiMt is really there
where they looted at it, and Wing there
whether it is timberhs? land. Posted
people of Corvallis are laughing at what
is believed to be the duplicity of the
locator in phoning la nil to the Port
landers which cojild not be located upon.
As may well be imagined, great sec
recy lias prevailed in connection with
Mr. Stone's operations as in all tiro,
ber-land deals. All g-od things are not
heralded along the highway from house-
toj.
The people who are believ.! to b?ve
been taken in are very much averse to
aving it known that they probably
iave been Hiked. But thev all feel
hat they have.
One of the parties who lost the $100
cation fee, or thinks he has, bosiJes
advertising expenses, which Mr. Stone
Iso took charge of in order to relieve
lis patrons of trouble or worry, held in
escrow $1200 of 12 i.'.h-.r people, which
Mr. Stone came near getting jnst before
he went away to attend to pressing
business in the southern part of the
state. - -
now THE GAM8 WAS WO t CEO.
The crowd of 30 people, among whom
there were numerous women were taken
out into the woods near Alea, going on
horseback and wagons from Corvallis.
They profess to have viewed fine timber.
There is fine timber ip tho Alsea conn
try, cruising probably 4,00.1,000 to 5,-
000,000 or 6,000,003 feet per quarter sec-
lion. But it is believed now that
whether knowingly or otherwise, Mr.
Stone showed hi people one piece of
land and gave thetu descriptions of tint-
berless lands 12 to lt miles further on.
Much wonder has been excited in and
around Corvallis and Philomath by the
presence o! people sevking timber-land
locations, for the old residents have not
known of any timber that was availa
ble for location for years in that region.
The story told to the Portland rs was
a familiar one to those who have had
experience with Umber-land frauds.
Judge W. C. Hale, of Grants Pass, has
asked the city of Portland for $100
damages for injuries to a leg which be
longed to him. The judge was walking
to the depot when he fell into an exca
vation with serious results.
BAD BABIES
Are often only hungry haWea. They cry
nd fret because they are ill-fed. The
healthy mother is sure to nave good
babies; babies that coo and sleep and
grow. Motaers
who ute Doctor
Pierce's Favorite
Prescription, are
general ry healthy
nd happy, and
have healthy,
happy children.
"Favorite Pre
scription" pre
vents nausea,
soothes the nerves,
promotes the ap
petite and causes
sleep to be sound
and refreshing. It
gives a great phys
ical vigor and mus
cular elasticity so
that the baby's ad
vent is practically
naiuless. It is the
hMi tonic for nursine mothers, restoring
strength and promoting an abundant
flow ot nutritive secreuous.
"I run chwrfulty mommfnd Dr. Piww's
Favorite PrenciSjKioti one of the best ltmlt
cite for women. write Mr. Mary M unlock,
Munlock. of 104J WocxUrd Ave.,Topek, Ko. "t
aider it the het medicine niatle. I know it hut
on equal. I am the mother of ten children and
only one rtatnic the tenth one. She la one
old and la well and hearty a can be. She
beantv. Of mv other balnea, one Uve4 to be one
vear old. but the waa alwaya fcetil;. I tried dif
ferent doctora, but none of lhra could tell tnc
what my troitbl wa. " They aaid I waa well
and atrotia. 1 waa examined by atirtreoiu but
thev foil u d nothtujt wfonff. and they were
Dti'Ved to know whafmy trouble waa. I did
not kuow what to do, ao I thought thia time
won ill ir Dr. rieree'a Favorite Prescription.
took it the entire nine months and sow hare a
fine baby Kil l, and I cannot prat your nedi-
ciue cuouh for Ute good it did ma.
"Favorite Prescription" makes weak
women stronsr. sick women well. Accept
no substitute for the medicine which
works wonders for weak women.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are easy
nd pleasant to take. A most effective
laxative.
Are you particular
about your
IF YOU ARE CALL AT
CURRIER'S
AND ASK
Price is no higher and
ICurrier's,
CC?ysct
1- SIEVER'S BAKERY,
5 : l near Cass
C WE ARE STILL IN THE LEAD WITH OVJt "
J Fine Cream and Homemad Bread J
5 We1cn- t Rebarg to sUy, and if we gt as IDjePa! . -ut,.r- i
the trade u, the futures m tlie. ve wm'be ref f
j Join u the procwsion of wed pleased customers who can be seen wn
JC tinually passing in and ont of our store.
j THE BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES.
? J- SIBVERS, Proprietor 5
SPECIALTIES.
Physicians' Prescriptions
and Family Recipes,
Rubber Goods, Toilet
Articles, Lime and Ce
ment, Paints, Oils and
GhLX, Perfumery, Trass
es, Sponges, Brushes Etc.
Rambler Bicycies and
Sundries. School Sop
plies. A.
Drags,
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Drain - Gardiner I
shy stkge route i
5 Comaienctlrf with Mon lar, January rj 'cr w --'i v 5
thefareftn Draia te Co:' Bt'JLSZlZiL'F"" S
Travelling me-n .r .twl. -. ;- -" lart,
have 300 pound, or more. Ail exc
lowsnce wiU be made for round trip.
For farther information address
KODAKS!
. They've gone and done it again
Pone away with
developing. A little machine to de-
velope . film negatives in daylight
without going to
child can operate
derful invention
Churchi
tausc and Effect.
Responsive to the touch, and ierfect
in tone and action, the Vose piano has
secured a hold on popular favor accorded
to none other. It is a standard instru
ment, of the highest grade. Unexcelled
In a single feature ot merit. No better
piano made. Not high priced, either.
Sold at exceedingly low figures for cash,
of on easy time payments. F.veryone
".arranted.
W. A, BURR & CO.
Coffee, Tea and Spices
GROCERY x
FOR
every can guaranteed
Roseburg's
Lead i
Grocer
Pride of Douglas
but far more nutritive that's what
they gay about the Pride of Doja,
brand of wheat flour. Why not? It's
'flake white," it contains the best ele
ment of the wheat kerna;it "raise...'
beauth'ally, and browns to perfection on
the top of the loaf. Pride of Dor las
u'-ur u lrje hotMekeeper's deiLr i
"it.
vruer rnoe ot Uoaglaj floor.
Q. W.Bashford & Son
C. Marsters & Co.
Kediciscs, Ctcmials.
Stationery School Books
.
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DAILY STAGE? '
J". H. Saiyers,
Proprietor, Drain. Ore S
li faij:j33j:c Attire.
oarUwlry isth,ot con.Vicnon a
feata.-jof y, ,,v.r..L Thenfon
qu.rejm,.- .tt.a.4.a t.,aa other arti
cles, of Wi;jr. wvu Jo h np for
a style thxfU givj yoa cJalf,rt anl
p sa-rj. IVe'M M??:a in the art of
uL-riar,Miawri of thtf higbest
t;irj,; rte-j. Shirts,
collars
a nn Una Iere I to
perfection.
ew -u.ea.iM g'.yea to fine Unea.
first diss Sijrvice.
8JiI SUM HOST
the dark-roonTin
a darkroom Anv
it. See hi won
at our store.
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