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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (June 9, 1904)
Corvallis certainly must be a town
of the backwoods type with Texas
proclivities. There has been more
shooting and cutting up there within
the last year than any other town of
its size in the state. Here is a sam
ple pf one of the Gazette's locals for
this week. We selected one of the
most modified, but it will serve to
kind of illustrate the temperament of
the Deonle up there: "Down at the
rPTT-R! Corvallis certainlv must be a town GREAT REPUBLICAN VICTORY.
Rose burg Plaindealer
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Oie , as second class mail matter.
Subscription $2.00 per Year.
Advt.rtifinc Kates on Application.
Tho IMItnr nf the Pi.aindkai.xr has no Inten
tion ol making a false statement reflectlnc upon sawmill one day last Week Bob Camp-
the we or character o any person . " h,en, civil war veteran and all round
mtisralie and anv statement nnblished In these I
columns will be cheerfully corrected u erroneoni general fighter, started in to clean out
and brought to our attention by the aggneveo , f . fi Th
t,mt nr rrtip. Onr Intention is that eTory 1 " " " "
article published oi a personal or poUtical weapon he used was a slab about four won an(j the majority climbs to 21,
ZEZZTSZi feet long sharpened at one end like a m. The yoters of Oregon pay a
bayonet ana nat nice an oar at tne beautiful tribute to President Koose-
other. The trouble all started over Velt in the above maiority. Hermann
a meerschaum pipe that Campbell had carries the state by 7000 and the ma-
taken from the btrong boy. Lamp- jority of Williamson will reach
bell had struck Al Strong once with a h3(000. Local option carries by
I olnli vrtnn rtwAnn Mnrr ' o nnnnnH l I rlT I i r 1 n Tv i TV.? T I
tj rrt,A ti-c, uuu buu juoiKuiug a to,uuu uiun huuu ana me Direct rnmary inoiih-
UiU n UCU IVUU wm- . I 1
wnen tne men ciosea in on mm ana nating Law is ratified by 20,000 votes.
put him out of the mill." 'rah for Oregon,
The great Republican Victory is
JUNE 9, 1904.
"Jest Do You Best.'
The sins are
A-finding fault with Providence,
And balkin' cause the earth don't
At every prancing step they take.
No man is great til he can see
How less than little he would be
Money orders from all over the Lane County Leader Changrs Hands
nnnrrtr norirrAomr.incr t.Vins far 30.000.
.... . , XT Word comes to us as we co to
are pounng into the postoffice at New co "
York for a concern known as the Pf33 f relfle 'hat
Eastern Trade comnanv. Mail thus thr0USh the med,um of the Anlencan
Ef strinned to self, and stark andLMMaaii ffa nijAPMi hM m . Type Founders Company of Portland,
He hung his sign out anywhere.
My doctrine is to lay aside
Contentions and be satisfied;
Jestdoyer best, and praise er
That follers that counts jest the
Tve alius noticed great success.
It mixes with troubles, more er
it., t - n i.. r j- 1. 1 : l .1
, avJb I tuts Lddiio ijuuuu ijcauei, uuuuaucu
moath ago by the postal authorities '
because, it is alleged, of a circular " "
was wub weeh. krauaierreu w a. vj
which fell into the hands of a mail j
clerk informing him he had won a
nrize of some sort for which, to his
knowledge, he had never competni.
Advertising in the local postoffices
throuchout the country has failed to
check the stream of money orders
and they are being returned to the
senders af fast as possile. One clerk
Gage, a prominent young newspaper
man of California, the sale being
agreeable to W. C. Conner who an
nounces that he may turn his atten
tion to some other vocation in the
And its the man who does the best kept bugy remitting the letters at
That gets more kicks than
James Whitcomb Riley
the rate of 1,000 a day.
DEFEAT OF SENATOR MARSTERS.
Thelosa of Senator Marsters to
Douglas county is one of the greatest
calamities that has ever befallen us.
ci a a: i : --J iA; fr
TTZ Zt Tf fing the new serum. The effect is don Telegraph,
the past six months on the part of I . . . . ., .nn I t
the opposition coupled with the sunrji
nort of reDublicans who have been
misled have accomplished the defeat
of the man who has always been
our benefactor and friend. Sen
ator Marsters may have his faults
but he has been made to bear the
faults and misgivings of the whole
The residents of Frank, a coal I own
at the foot of Turtltf -Mountain near
republican party in Douglas county Vancouver, were again terrorized by
for the last four years. When the several slides which decended the
matter is thoroughly investigated mountain with an awful roar but
and the truth laid bare and when fortunately missine the town. The
Senator Marsters is known as he real- north peak of the mountain over
ly is there are many who opposed him t,apga the town, and should this de
will regret their action at the recent nd the little city with all its vast
election. In the interest of the par- coal interests would be buried from
ty there never was a more earnest, Light.
unselfish and untiring worker and in
the Senate no one whom Douglas On account of the failure of those
Ernest Brindle, Special Correspon
dent of the London Times and Port-
Do Noguchi, a Japanese physician fond Oregonian, wires the Oregonian
has discovered a serum that is a posi- follows:
tive antidote for snake bites. The Niu Chwang, June 7. Chinese
test was recently made on a guina soldiers from a junk today fired upon
pig by injecting twelve times the 0ur boat between Shwantaitze and
amount of rattlesnake poison neces- Erdiko and killed my companion, Lew-
sary to produce death and then in- Etzel, correspondent of the Lon-
I luckily escaped,
to completely neutralize tne poison j jeft here on June 3 to investigate
id the subject experiences no ill ef- the movements of some bandits. Our
feet of the poison. It occurs to us intention was to cruise along the
that this discovery will not be Lia0 Tung coast. About 6 o'clock in
heralded with delight by the venders tne morning our boat was surrounded
of the old style snake bite antidote, by four sailing boats manned by Chi
nese soldiers, who, without explana
tion, opened fire, their shots falling
all over our boat. We were below
waiting, and Etzel, looking out, re
ceived a fearful wound in the back of
the head and expired in a few moments.
The Chinese, who were dressed
like pirates, said they mistook us for
a pirate boat they were seeking.
They afterward donned uniforms.
county Jyaver. .chosen j to represent bringing the ballot boxes from the
push the passage of good measures the returns of their respective pre-
The Attorney Oencral Renders An
Opinion of Interest to Teachers.
aaleill. Of., June ..-.nwjrucj vj-iiciai
C.ravctnrA lias ronilaro o ta... 1 Ain!nn
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au me wixeai, ui cue cuumiuu peupie cinci tne returns are incomplete mis which is of considerable importance and
as has this same senator Marsters. issue. The official counting of the of especial interest to the teachers and.
The same people upon whom Mr. ballots will occur at the County Clerk's normal schools in Oregon. The legal ex
Marsters two years aeo lavished his office tomorrow when the fnll and Presaion is Ply to a question pro-
unqualified and undivided support and I complete count will be in evidence.
in whose particular behalf he worked
most faithfully in the Senate are the JaPan written to New Jersey
people who on June 6th were blind to learn tne most successful way to
to all past friendship and deliber- fient the mosquitos. The little Jap is
Hymen claimed another happy vic
tory, and tho wedding bells chimed
sweetly hist evening, when tho fateful
words wero spoken, uniting Mr. W.
II. Iticlianlfon mid Mies Steilt Hamil
ton in holy wedlock
A brilliant company of sixty guests
assembled at the ppacioua and elegant
home of the bride's piireutf, Dr. nnd
Mrs. S. Ilninilton, at 8:30 o'clock.
Promptly at 8:45 Mrs. nppluhoff look
her place at the piano accompanied by
Prof. Applehoff on the violin, and as the
strains of Mendelfishou's Weddini!
March stole through the softly lighted
rooms adding melody to tho incense of a
profussion of flowers, the bridal party
decended tho broad stairway. Littlo
Greta and Florence Kohlhagen bearing
while ribbons ushered the party to the
drawing room. Dainty little Mvrl
Hamilton strewed the petals of white
ro-es before the bride. Miss Jottie
Watson, ns the maid of hunor, led the
bride through the avenue of silk. The
bride leaned on the arm of her father,
and was attended by Dr. Luthtr
Hamilton and Miss Huth Hamilton
The bridegroom attended by Mr. War
ren McWihiams, as best man, and by
Rev. Geo. H Bennett, entered and
awaited the brtde amid a profusion of
fragrant pink and white blossoms, and
beneath gracefully draped ropes of Ore
gon grape and white rosea the Impres
sive and beautiful ring ceremony fol
bile tho happy couple were being
showered with congratulations, Mr
Ulaire Godfrey, in his own inimitable
way sang a solo, and Prof, and Mrs. Ap
plehoff discoursed sweet music. Tli
happy young people then led the way to
the spacious dinning room, where dainty
and delicious refreshments were served
The room was radiant in nink and
white, and redolent with sweetness
From the chandelier swung pink ribbon
in graceful lines of bows knotted at th
corners and eides of the table. Pink
caudles united their mellow light
through tissue rosettes of pink, and
beautiful carnations and La France
rofo i added to the charming effect.
The bride was charming in a gown
silk tisMie desoie, and flowing veil and
with orange blossoms in her h:iir. She j
carried a bouquet of. bride's roses. The i
bridesmaids were elegant and attractive!
in gowns cream crepe de chine and pink 1
silk organdie and carried LaFrance
roses. The bridegroom and his attend
ants wore the conventional black.
The rooms were handsomely draped
with ropes of white and green with Ore
gon grape and honeysuckle, and broad
swordferns spread tlie'r feathery forms
over the walls. The piano was hidden
behind a bank of drooping leaves, and
wa? crowned with a huge bouquet of
pink peonies. Guests were present
from Portland, Salem and other points.
The gifts were beautiful, numerous and
Mr Richardson is the son of R. Rich
ardson,. ind is a member of the firm of
Knllerl- n A Richardson, druggists. lit
is one of Roteburg's rising young busi
ness men, sterling in character and
mo-t popular among a wide circle of
friends. The bride, who will grace his
home, is one of Roseburg's fairest
daughters They look the overland
train for Seattle" and will be at home
fter June 25.
ately "burned the bridge that brought becoming bigoted Over his success in
them safely over."
The defeat of Senator Marster?
was the result of a complication of
causes and the hold thing was un
doubtedly bolstered up by a deeply
laid conspiracy of the democratic
party who, it is said, are already
pknning for the election of the com
ing U. S. Senator, and, as they have
thus far succeeded in defeating six
republican senators their success
seems possible. The defeat of Sena
tor Marsters is a dark blot on the
beautiful record of Oregon.
fighting the Russian, but let him com
mence on the Jersey mosquito and
his- success is not assured.
This will in all probability be a
record breaking year in Oregon's ag
gregate productions, while there will
be partial failures, in spots, the gen
eral outlook is bright and promises a
greater aggregate yield than ever
before, due in part to a larger num-
rer or producers. Aiore land is in
cultivation or use than ever before,
there are more dairies, more and
larger orchards more sawmills
other mills and factories, more
in the mines than ever before,
feet conditions for a full or
average crop or yield of everything
produced in Oregon cannot be expect
ed in all places in any one year, and
so now, the season ha3 been such, in
cluding some late frosts, as to cause
seso and a partial failure in some
localities. Certain kinds of prunes
in Western Oregon suffered heavily
and wheat in some neighborhoods in
Umatilla county was injured; but on
the whole the harvests will be abund
ant,Jthe yield large and with fair
prices, in most cases assured, Oregon
people will surely experience a pros
perous year. Oregon Journal.
Kansas has again been flooded by
cloudbursts near Topeka. Emporia,
Newton, Strong City, Florence, Man
hattan, St. John and Salina have been
inundated a great portion of those
localities, being three feet under'
water. A severe "wind accompanied
the rain, greatly damaging fruit and"
growing crops. Poor Kansas! Come
Assessor Geo. W. Staley, Surveyor
C. E. Roberts and Coroner J. C
Twitchell receive majorities that wil
nearly reach the 1200 mark.
A good man like truth "crushed to
earth" will rise again. His merit
will assert itself. He cannot be kept
If there is an unpardonable sin it is
the sin of ingratitude.
Washington, June 7. The Presi
dent .today received the following tel
egram from H. W. Scott, editor of
the Oregonian; dated Portland, Or.,
"It is 20,000, not less, perhaps
more; Oregon's tribute to you."
Oregon's tribute to President Theo
dore Roosevelt is a Republican plural
lty of more than 20,000 votes. To
support the President's policies in
Congress Oregon has returned two
Republican Representatives by hand
In the Second District practically
complete returns indicate that J. N.
TTf11 t , ....
wuuamson nas oeen re-eiected ny a
plurality of 13,000 votes. In the
First District Binger Hermann will
have more than 7000 votes. Incom
plete' returns place his plurality
slightly under that figure.
Two years ago R. S. Bean was
elected Supreme Judge by 17,146.
ims year practically complete re
turns indicate the plurality of F. JA
Moore over his Democratic opponent
for' Supreme Judge, Thomas O'Day,
Still In Business.
W. E. Clingenpeel, the jeweller, is still
in business at the Burr Music Houbb,
fully equipped to do all kinds of watch,
clock and jewelry repairing. His work
is all done promptly and is fully guaran
teed; Eyes tested and glasses fitted. 42-tf
pounded by N. Z. Dozier, of Ashland,
and addressed to the Governor, as to
whether the board of directors of a school
district of the second or third class can
be authotized, by a majority of the legal
otersof the district, to contract with
the management of a normal school to
furnish teachers for the district school
from among the students in attendance
to teach the children of the district,
even though such students may not have
passed the regular teachers' examina
tion provided by law and licensed to
The Attorney-General is of the opin
ion that such an arrangement would not
be according to law, in that teachers
must be employed by school boards.
This is one of their duties. Healso cites
that such boards may authorize the
drawing of warrants in payments of tench
era' salaries, provided that all such
teachers must have legal cetificates, and
that such certificates must cover the en
tire time of the teacher's service, and
must specify all the branches taught
r t . ... .. .
aucn cerimcaie can nciiner directly nor
mdrectly be made to legalize another
"If a teacher who holds a certificate is
permitted to send a teacher who does
not hold a certificate to do the teaching,
then the certificate is made to legalize
another teacher's service
In the opinion of the Attorney-Gene
ral such power is not vested in the voters
of the district, hut in the Legislature,
Sundav and or
ml auu ti is uihwj
the "Invincibles," says the Curry Coun
ty Recorder They are ready to play
any nine that may comealong. Follow
ing is the personelle of the team : Wm
Fry, catcher ; Floyd Faurett, pitcher;
Art Frazer, rirst base; Fred Fry 2d;
alter try, 3d ; brink Fry. short stop;
Marshal Fry, left field; Elihue Fry,
right field; Andy Fry center; Eirl Fry,
It is said that there were several small
Frys not mentioned
When next Memorial Day comes the
old soldiers of the Civil war can hardly
find fault with the Government or claim
that republics are urgrateful. The
amount annually spent for pensions is
approximately $137,000,000, and this
will be swelled several million of dollars
a month until all th 62-year-old soldiers
have been pensioned. Already the Pen
sion Bureau in Washington employs
1,800 clerks, and there are four hundred
others in various parts of the country
This is equal to two full regiments of
Baptist Association to Meet
The Corvallis Baptist Association will
meet at Roseburg Oregon, on Thursday,
June 16, 1904, at 10:00 a. in., with the
Roseburg church. Reduced rates will
be granted by the S. P. Co., provided 25
or more tickets are Bold. The brethren
attending the Association are requested
to obtain certificates from their ticket
agents. These, when countersigned by
the clerk of the Association, entitle
them to return tickets at ol the full
fare. An interesting meeting is antici
pated, and it is hoped that the churches
will be fully repesented.
T. N. Hdjipiireys.
Clerk of Assn.
The very funny story told by W. H
Aurelius, cashier of the Pullman Car
Company, at the union depot in Port
land, wherein Aurelius claims that he
was held up in broad daylight by two
negroes while counting company cahh he
was about to bank and was robbed of
f 264", is believed to be a fake story told
by Aurelius, whom it is thought by de
tectives, had gotten away with that
amount over the gaming table. Aureli
us is said to have recently been going
the pace that kills and everything indi
cates that he might have been the "hold
How About Your Summer Vacation?
Newport on the Yaquina Bay is the
ideal seaside resort of the North Pacific
Coast. Round trip tickets at greatly re
duced rates on sale from all Eouthren
Pacific points in Oregon, on and after
June 1st. Ask Agents for further infor
mation and a handsome'v illustrated
souvenir booklet, or write to Edwin
Stone. Manager CAE R. R.., Albany
Ore., or W. E. Coman, G. P. A., S. P,
Co., Portland. 45 tf
Sued by His Doctor.
"A doctor here has sued mo for f 12.50,
which 1 claimed was excessive for a case
of cholera morbus," says R. White, of
Coachella, Cal. "At the trial ho praised
his medical skill and medicine. I asked
him if it was not Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy ho used
as I had good reason to believe it was,
and he would not say under oath that it
as not." No doctor could use a better
remedy for cholera morbus. It never
fails. Sold by A. C Marsters & Co.
Dixie Carnival Company.
ueglnnlng June 13th next tho Dixie
Carnival company will show for one
week in Roseburg, under the manage
ment of Protection Tent No. 15. K. O.
T f t t Tl
a. tx liuiliuil Ul jacKflnil xtroar or.
tending from Rose to Douglas street has
been granted to the local lodgo for the
carnival grounds. Tho regular agent of
the carnival company is now in the citv
and with representatives nf 1.
bees is completing arrangements for the
The shows carried by tho Dixie Carni
val company are eight in number and of
couri-o each is separately tented. There
are eoveml outside attractions, such as
Ferris wheels, bands and other exhibl
tions. They carry 100 people and nro
reported to give a good, flrstclass. nnto-
date carnival exhibition.
ONE WEEK COMMENCING
June 13 to 18, Inclusive
1. It's All Right The feature show with the Car
nival Co. Consists of 4 Separate Exhibitions, The stat
ue turning to Life, Trilby, The flying Lady, The Great
Chicago-Theatre Fire, A trip to the Moon.
2. The Electric Theatre In which is seen A
Correct Reproduction of the Erupt-ou of Mt. Pelee,
Madame Celeste iu poses plastique.
3- Dixie Land A Troupe of genuine Colored M u
strels, In songs and Dances of the Sunuy South land.
4- Luna-I.una Don't Fail to see Luna.
5- The Swiss Village A marvel of mechanical
6. Samson the Big Sxake 27 ft. long, Weight 310
7- No Name The Malay Wonder, the strangest
beiug ever born to live.
S. The Laughing Gallery If you don.t laugh
here, see a Doctor; you arc sick.
9 The Glass Blo'.vers Spiuning. weaving aud
10. The Egyptian " onder A queer Freak; don't
fail to see him.
THE WORLDS GREATKST HIGH DIVER
2 FREE EXHIBITIONS D.4ILV 2
World's Greatest Somersault High Diver leaps from
a tower 90 feet high, turning a e uuplete
somersault into a tank of water
but 4 feet deep.
FHE BERGER TROUPE
Of Tumblers, World's Greatest Equi
librists Head and Hand Balancers
THE SHAMROCK RESTAURANT
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
All meels first class 25 cents. Short orders quickly served
Board by the week, S3. 75.
W, E. DEWEY, Prop.
2 CAR LOADS 2
Mitchell Farm Wagons
Champion Binders, Mowers,
Eeapers, Hay Rakes, Etc.
We can save you money on anything in the Wagon or
Implement line. Give us a chance to figure with
you and you won't i egret it.
J. F. Barker & Co.,
Grocers, Phone 201
Don't Forget that
Carry a full line of
STAPLE & FANCY
We are giving away Coffee
H. O. Lewis
Mount Nebo Dairy
W. S. WRIGHT & SON, Prop
solicits the patronage of the citizens of Roseburg.
A specialty is made of pur; milk fresh from the
cows every morning aud evening.
Please leave orders at M. DeVaney's Restaurant
or drop a postal card iu. the poat-ofKce. 1
All orders promptly atteuded to. 38 nu
Is permanently located in this city and will
give you up-to-date photographs at very
All WorR Guaranteed First Class
Studi Corner f Cass and JacKson Streets
Highest Market Price Paid for