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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1899)
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I OR THli PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
Seeerel mn ago Mr. Margatet Iur-
land, of Oakland, devised to Pongtae
county IIOt.?, to Income patt of an
lrreducil.1 school fund. Liter, Richard
OwrriF, of Kiddle. Ml f 1000 to Iht wine
fond, and that mount was Paid "in to
the ctnniy Ireaeurer about month ago,
on the Aral leMletiirnt of the 0ni e
hut h a fucd has never twn created by
law for Ponglaa county, and for thai tea-
B. n the roil nl T official liad HO tight to
loan the money thus received, though
tha amount firt named received from
Mr. Durlard has been placed on inter
To olviatc lliat ,!i!l,ctlly j that the
county official may have the proper
management of the amounts tlmt left to
tbecouuty. Hon. A. M. Crawford hai
urenared a bill to create, an irreducible
common school fund (or lHugls county,
and to provi.lu for the care and disj-ofl-tion
of the eame. The biil provide that
the county judge, county clerk and coun
ty trcwurer si all ccr.ttiiute a heard of
commissioners to manage the fuod thus
created, and place it on intend, the in
lerei-t only to be used for school pur
oe. Such a law teems lo le necessary for
tbe proper uiaoaiemcnt of the amounts
thus left to the county. Senator Heed
ill be ked to introduce the bill, and
it lll no doubt become a 1 .
A glance only is ruBicieui to tee the
gocd results that will come from such a
fund. "Sihixl house?, it has been
said, "ate tha repnbiican Ii:.es of forli
ficatioa." 'iur common schools,"
says a prou.inonl eJiicitor," are the bul
warks of hlKTiy'' ai.d lh man or
woman wl:o leaves money to the publio
ecboolr, creates a legacy whoss beneficial
results are incalcu'alile. He builds a
monument more lading than granite or
marble, whoee iucrip:ioos will be
tarved in the hearts and minds of future
But the food should vrox. With the
proposed bll on the sta'uie looks and
an assurance that the fund n ill be right
ly need for tbe benefit of the school?, it
is believed that there will be many dona
tions and deyites ti t'e fund from public-spirited
men an I women of Docg'ss
county, that will swell tie irreducible
school faud of the ounty to many thou
sand dollars, and add many otber names
to the toll of honor that is now beaded
by Margaret Durlacd and Richard
Thomas Jefferson, tbe father of rfe
mocracy, was an "imperialist."
Half of our law makers spent pester
at Corvallia visitiog the sgricultura
By action of tbe legUlatute the Oregon
grape has been made the state flower of
D. J. Asbary, uf Canyon City, b
purchased the Yamhill County Reporter
and will take charge of it at once.
Toe farmers are in favor of expansion
It will make better markets for their
products abroad. The gecersl improve
ment of our trade relations with the
world is of supreme interest to the A mer
The United States has 71,4(33 poet
offices, nearly tw ice as maoy as toy
other country. This is an indication of
the superior intelligence of the American
people, aud yet there are thoee who coa
tend that we can not govern a racs of
savages like tbe Filipinos,
The ground hog, the animal that
comes out on Candlemas Day is the
hedge hog, or woudchuck of New Eng
land. Representative Young need not
introduce a bill to protect the beast, for
it is not indigenous to this state and is
not likely to be imported.
Fordoty, the populist representative
I r oiii Walloaa couiity, hai introduced
bill providing that a uuu wishing to be
married must go oil ore a notary public
with two witnesses and swear that he
has not smoked a cigarette for three
years previous. The hill shows excel
lent statesmanship such as or,ly popu
lists possess, and will be a worthy com
panion to the bill to "protect acgle
worms and other fish bait."
The anti-expaosiunUts are proved by
over a hundred years of history to be
false prophets of evil. The history of
oar country is a narrative of continued
expansion, and at every step thoee
croakers have given warnings of dire
consequences. But the country has con
tinned to expand and prosper in spite of
those who wonld retard its growth.
When Hawaii was Annexed the same
old wail was beard, but not one of the
unpleasant things predicted about the
annexation of Hawaii has come lo pass.
The deuiticratio party is unfortunate.
Though it has been led by able states
men in the past, it has always in a ringed
to get on the wrong sido of every public
question. And tuoro than that it has
always uckuowledged after a few
years that it was wrong, not iu so many
words to be sure, hut by flopping oyer
and advocating the principles that it Las
fought against. The purty seems bound
to stick lo its revjrd in iti present hope-
le nlu against eapeasion and the fold
Standard. The generate of democracy
ere conducting the old party of stales
right and free trade to another disss
tons Waterloo In 1900.
This is uronnd hog Jar. Our father
used to say that If the ground hog saw
his shadow on Feb. S. he would go back
into his hole and stay sli weeks, a
thete would be sis weeks of stormy
weather If he could not see his shad
ow it would be fair weather for sit
weeks. Oor fathers say these sign osed
to Invariably come trne, but that was be
foie Uncle 8am had a weather bureau
"All signs fail in Oregon," and even if
that were not true, Oretoniaos would
give but little attention to weather signs
for we have I' ne'e Bern's paid officials to
manage the weather department.
Tbe Oregon Ian hat addressed letter
to the mayors ef Oregon towns asking for
prosperity Item, population, growing
lnuustrihs, ttc. etc. The mayor of Nose
hnrg replies that Koseburg has ' over
2000" population and givee tbe town a
nice little "send off." Ursnte Pass re
porta 2300 Population: Ashland 2500:
Cotvailis 2000. Asa matter of fact Rose-
burg is considers blv larger than either of
these towns, and thus an injustice is
done us by the comparative showiug.
Think of Oranta Tate having 800 more
people than Roseburg. Review.
The above would indicate llist many
mayors preter puffing their town to tell-
iog the truth. Roeebarg, according to
the census of 181X), bsd a population of
USti. In 1805 the papulation had in
creased to a total of 1626. The estimate
of '.WW is a fair and conservative esti
mate of the population of Roseburg
proper. If we include the suburbs of
West Kaeeburg, North Rjeebnrg, Kden
bower, SvlJers' Home and adjacent
country, it would imreaee tbe popula
tion af Koeeurg to 3o00 or 4300. The
estiuie'e placed upon ti rants l'ass mutt
'nclude a large portion cf fosephine
co'.ioly, as the city proprr can not ex
ceed 1500 in population.
James Big'ey and Miss Li 11 is M. Cox,
eldest daughter of '. L. Cox, wers mar
ried at the family reeiJeoce at UlenJale
on the 23th, iust , Jade F. O I'htuer
officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Bagley left on
Sunday's overland fur their fuian home
in Southern Oregon. Tha good wishes
of a twist of friends gics with iksm.
U'liiie we wen at Wolf Cretk list
week, accompanied by M its Genevieve
Roberts. We were the guests of Mrs.
Ci. W . Reams at Hotel Eearus, and the
real eupymeot cf the hoore we spent in
the society ot Mn. K., Miss Dsrneit end
little Pearl, is one of tha bright spots in
memo) y that we shall cherish all oar
lives. We thank them all for this bap-
Mrs. C. P. Totten of Gienellen made
m a two daya visit this week, and we
were honored to entertain one of Cow
Creek valley's prominent pioneers.
aire, j una riagen was oor truest on
v m v ticox oi tne A. u. U. mice was
onr gnest on Thursday.
J. L. Roberts, foreman of
C. mine, spent three days at Glendale
on accoant of an attack of the lagrippe
Grain growing nicely in the valley,
Misses Lillie Levins and Edith Means
went to Gardiner last weak.
Dave Gleason of Kell.ig-g was in this vi
F. F. and D. W!le were Koeeburg
visitors the past wei z.
E. E. Haiu retaroed from California
Thursday, in company with his two
daogbtere, who were g'adly welcomed
by their little friends
The public roads will toon be in good
condition if the present good weather
continnes, as everyone hopes it will.
Archie McGoire, Peter N'aah and
James Sawyer, of Drain, were in this
locality tha first of the week.
Mr. T. Kieger was taken violently ill
last balurday nigbt, however, be was
aoms better bandar morning, and it is
hoped wiil soon recover.
B.Davis from near Tin Pot was tbe
guest ot his cousin, If. Bntler, in this
section Sunday laet.
Miss Myrta iliiaM was vmti ng
friends in town the first of the week.
Mrs. Ira Wells with her two daughters
expect soon to move to town, where tbey
wi'l mide indefinitely. They will oc
cupy the house te'onging to Mrs. Phil
For the weuk eodiug Feb 1, MM.
Maximum temperature, 65, on the 30th
Minimum temperature, 33, on the 15th
Total rainfall since 1st of mouth, 4.&7
Average precipitation for this month for
21 years, 5.07.
Total precipitation from Sept. 1, 18l8, to
Average precipitation from Sept 1, 2q37
Total deficiency from Sept 1, 1808, 2.43
Average precipitation for 21 wet teaeons,
Sept. to May, inclusive, 33.20.
Tjios. Gmaojf, Observer.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to lender our sincere
thanks to the friends and neighbors, who
so kindly assisted us w th their care and
sympathy during tho late illness, death
aud burial of Mrs, Isaau Mathews.
Mas. L. G. Matdehh,
Mat. MlKK DaNKJS.
(Jaro Bros, inform their patrons that
they are iu reooipt again of Clark's Spool
Cotton. Same old price.
IN THB LEUI5LATURU.
The Following DIM Wtrw Passed
the 5nat and tha House.
S B 6, by Priver of l.aue Tu provide
for working county convicts on (.while
blghwsys at discretion of county court.
8 B 7. by Protl of Umatilla To
amend charter of Peit.iloton.
S B 78, by Reed ot Djnglan To pro.
vkle that shool may not forfeit nneipeinl
ed balance under SQ at end id hool
SUP. by Joseph! o( Multn.in.ali To
roform management state insane aey
S B 20. by Smith of Baker To retire
ueienuanis io leeiuy in prosecutions or
8 B 22, by PmW of Uke-To amend
law j as to allow counties nntil June 1 1
pay state taxes without interest.
8 B 26. by Haines of Washington To
require justices of tbe peace to snbtuil
cotrplaints or informations to district
attorney before acting upon them, ex
cept in cases of murder, arson, robbery
or grand larceny.
8 B 30, by Haseltine of Multnomah
To give preference to Oregon prjluct
and manufacture in public contrails.
uy i'aiy ot Lake lo require
county clerks o certify to pension
vonchere without compensation.
S B 34, by Selling of Multnomah T
create a irusi lunu in uuitnoreari cuun
a--.-.. wa t. t
S B 4'J, by Moirow if Moirow To
enre certain defects in deeds hereti.tore
S B 50, by Kuykendall of Lane To
confer upon Kugene divinity school tli
rilit to confor theological n.l biblu-iil
fr.M.:ii.y Portor.t,f Clackamas T
amend h relative to execntion of deed
by tbe sheriff.
SB 54, ty Bares of Multnomah li
authorise appointment of clerk in justice
CiMirts io Moifn unah coinry.
S B 73, by Brow nvli of ('Uckoiua To
provide for e'ecti jn of dis'iii t rad su
S B 76, bv tUraion oi Joeephiue I
I rovide tha: siimmjiies only of count
s-e8.Mueni rolls ik l-au? uin tp.t to see
retarv of si v.
u h-', py i'aiy ot lieutjn it regu
litesslmon fishing in Alse in? and
S 1, b4, by Cameron of Jacksoc To
smend law so as lo authority c.univ as
se'sors to apfoint deptltie".
o B oo, ty ful;ou cl l lauop Io ire
veu. uo of fiaU wheels, traps aud p-v.ind
and set nets in Colombia rfver.
S B 02 by Josephi of Mnlinomsh To
define further who r regular praclition
ers ot medicine.
o n iuo, ty Keea oi uougiae lo an
tnorize construction ol nxxJgiica scr.-ss
Djrjglas and Otter sloughs.
S B 106, by Daly of Beutou To amend
tbe charter of Corvaliis.
S B 111, by Fulton of Clsteop To au
tborize suite to quiet tit a hy parties ne t
in actual possession of premises.
S B 160, by Smith of Baker To amend
law relating to mining claims.
6 B 174, (substitute for S B 6) ly
judiciary committee To provide clerical
aid for judges of the supreme court.
8 B 189, by Mrkey of Po!k-Tomend
charter of Monmouth.
II B 5, by Freeland of Morrow -To
amend law relating to attachments of
property by sheriffs.
II B 7, by Morton of Wasco To pro
vide manner for dissolution of municipal
H B 14, by Whalley of Multnomah
To prescribe the manner of drawing
II B 19, by Bsyer of Multnomah To
regulate the doing cf public work.
H B 21, by Morton of Wasco To cure
certaio defects in judicial sales and con
sequent deeds beretoforejexecuted.
II B 22, by Reeder of TJmstilla-To
amend charter of town of Adams.
trw a- nn t mm
xx d to, ty uray oi lanc lo require
entrance doors in public buildings to
II B 31, by Cummings cf Msrioi. To
amend law relating to fees of coroner
II B 38, by Hill of Multnomah To
regulate pilotage oa Columbia and Wil
II B 40, by Myers of Multnomah To
create office of state biologitt, without
II B 48, by Rosa ot Multnomah To
abolish use of private seals.
I HI B63, by Beach of Mollnoajsh-To
constitute Willamette and Portland
boulevards public roads.
H B 55, by Beach of Multnomah To
regulate the port-base of supplies for
II B C7, by Stillman of Umatilla-To
Validate certain marriages.
II B 68, by Stillwau oi Umatilla To
amend law relating to actions for rci&v-
ery of specific personal property.
II B 71, by Grace of Baker To punish
tbe poisoning of domestic animals.
T 0110, by Curtis of Clatsop To ap-
iate 2o,000 for propagation of
II B 110, by Whalley of Moltncmah-
To amend law relating to criminal trials.
II B 118, bv Young of Clatsop-To
protect raxor clams.
H B 125, by Marsh of Washington
To provido for boarding Washington
county prisoners by contract.
II B 128, by Young of Clatsop-To
protect crawfish .
II li 130. hv Flaau of Mari,.T,. I
amend luw cjnco.-uing authority of etc
relary of si a to to collect moneys due the
II H 102, by Topping of Coo To pro-
imiiiniiii aniai Hm
vide health o.TWeis at Cay atd
Card I tier.
11 n I OS, I y McCouit vt Marlon To
raiss salary of Marlon county sheriff.
II n 170, by Whitney of Mna-To
amend chatter ot town ot Tangent.
H B 222, br Bjtt ot Yamhill To rega
late tuulu.d Are Insnraoc nompanle.
11 B i by Roberts l Wawo To
amend law relating to si ate normal
II B Srt by Hherwln l Linn To
amend charter ot li ld Hill.
II B S3'.), by Moody ot Multnomah
To lovo the state from payment ot
costs sod furnishing bands and oader
Indian Names ,
RepieecnUtive Ross, hat Introduced
House Bill No. 70, Kir an act to collect
the In lian names of rivsrs, creeks and
mountains in Oregon ; to appoint a com'
rutasiourr to compile the earns.
This bill is tight and proper from a
hiMoriCkl point becanse It la of Interest
to the people oi the whole stale to pre
serve all matters of history eoaaecssd
with pioneer times lo Oregon.
We think howsver, the eosnmissoaer
ould find but tew names which had
(heir crigin awing the ladlaa tribes,
which are now in Una.
Such names as "Yaqnlns," "Ump-
qua," Shasta," Cheewaooan," "Co
quclle" etc, while they are ot India or-
igiu were undoubtedly gives teethe river
mountains and creeks ly the early
settlers, and lecatue ot the fact Ibat a
trit'e ol red ineu bearing tbat oasts lived
in the vicinity or Inhabited tbat region,
Sums ot tbe names of rlvtrs sad creeks
while having an origin connected with
the rod man, do not tend In tbe least to
en 'ear him to the old pioneers er tt.tir
Take our liulo station ' Leland" and
it imIIs to mind one ol the ssddnet trage
dies of early times. It took its eaoiS,
and t 'mt ol "tunvs cmk," wutra It la
loct- d, from ao Indian enaisacre ( the
Croley family, one member W whom,
Lei itid, was s young lady.
"Ui vio Rivor" is of lndiaw erigla and
took lis name from the fact ikst tbe
tril who inbabi e-l the valley had tt
lean. c.l to olwerv the rvsnmatdtbtat
respecting a neighlkr'a gi.oJs.
"Lonce'.Cru'k," in tbe origlual loOitn
dialect !8 "Anupoose" and bsd the
81-ue meni.iug s tbe tlngiish oaa.e and
was tieceriptivo uf the oormtl condition
of nu'.'ie rede, who roamed and made
luYt to the i cuntiful Indian maiden en
the I'aiikiol thatrlaic stream.
"ti.i.ite t rttx. ha its trlgla in an
ej'istd- that t )jk iUre io early timet be
ta i en tho "p tcU t'Kiti" mm and an old
I r. -1 an who Ined there. Old John
would watch .f.ir a male train .to strike
cami, nn.1 tLen lie wool. I nraw up bis
old rol hlok' t uoiil oolv his ryobrews
ar.d l.tce were visible, seat himself on
the g'our.il uoar the camp fire, and every
turn in tbe colioery operations of totting
cupper would cause bim to pay, nika
tiki m ucka m utke, w hich "as an appeal
fiv something to e. Ta'-kers were lib
eral men aril tbe appeals of even a saV'
ag3 never went nnheeded, bat paiiene
sometimts w ben overtaxed will eall oot
other qualities in the mto, and thees
ruda pioneers, wneo (bey bad filled their
old bei:i!iir almost to bursting, oa the
almost to bunting. OO the
evetiog of their arrival were not in good
humor when he took up bis rtatlon for
break f.8t atd commenced his ssme
pUinlive wail demanding "gleece"
which meant bacon. Tbey ooucluded to
All him up for good, and taking a side of
fa', haconjhey cnt slices and bsnded to
him, which be greedily devoured for a
while. At last he signified a sufficiency
by eh&king bis hsad and saying, uakt
tika yUcct. Dot you may judge ef bis
urprisj when Ihe "psoket" drew a all
ehooter and cocking the weapon drew a
bi'ivl on oldJJohn and banded bias an
other slice and ordered him lo eat it,
and another each time enforced by
coercive demonstration with the tiistol
until the c lJ Indian's outrsged stomach
cou!d s'and no mors. He lott bis
appetite for glecce and the creek has
alwts l'orr.o the ua&ie ef Galice sreek
ei:ue that event,
Th.ro names could be etillecled and
heir history atd meaning eooertaiaed
111 a Ur more uccn'ate manner Iroea Ihe
old 1 Lr.cers of early limes, than from
tht) law Indians now living. Ttiey conld
furnish "he (rue biatory coo a acted witit
many of thceo nimei which eoald not
ee gathered 10 tny olner meaner.
Grauts Ties Observer.
The Gallant Colonel's Arraatesueats
for seelog tbe Encsay.
"Colonel lioosovelt is vsry Bear-sight
ed," eaid one of the New Orleans boys
who f aw service at Eautiago, "and when
he hot Cgbting was in progress his lug'
agi consisted almost entirely of epeeta
lea. Nearsighted people always Lav
n abiding drea 1 of losing their glasses,
nowing their absolute helplesrness
without such aid, and I wss told by one
of the New Yoik club contingent tbat
Hoo&evell took particular pains before
eaving home to provide against such
llo liad bec-n la llie habit of wearms
nose uiagkts wlin a bjacg silk cora at
tuched, but the arrangement was en
rely unsnited to a camnaian. where tha
Klaus themselves would be liable to
round spectacles with Heel bocks tol
the ears, and hadadoaen pairs mounted.
These he ulan ted around his person trv.
ing to distrihnte them eo tbat do one ac
dent could include Ibem all. One pair
as sewed in his blouse, another in bis
elt. another in his bat. two in his aad
uiuiiiigH, and so on.
hia I n...
ild by an
'At the fiuht at Gunasiuoes
wuh harked iv a bullet while held
orderly and plunged frantically against
,fee - .. Lionel Jtooseveit came rosiiing
1 1 . all niialetv. and besao vrvini
tlm undille flap, 'They haven't hoi
"Hi, :i said the orderly. 'I kno
plied the colonel, with tears in bis voice,
'hut, i.lxfat 'cut they've smashed my
specs !' "
Resolutions of Condolence.
Lookin Ulass, Or., Jan. IS, 1890,
Hall ot Mirror Lodge, No. D7, 1. O. O.
WitsnsAS, Death, whoro mystsrlont
mandate all hnmsnltv must obey, has
again Invaded our lodgo and called hence
onr beloved brother Leonard Bnell, P
N. U. ot this loilge, who died at bis boras
la Looking Glass Jan. 9d, therefore ba It
FttoUiii, That we, as mmnhort ot this
imige, appreciating hi genuine love for
onr onter ami Its teachings wlileli wsro
to arxlently adhored to In hit dul y life,
mourn the death ot our deimrted hruther
and sorrow al tbe sundering of those
strong fraternal ties which untied us In
friendship, love, and Irnlh.
Fttoltitl, That we tender the bereav
el children and friends our fraternal
and heartfelt tvmpathr and r ore mend
them lo the One who doeth al) thing
Jierofred, That the chatter ol this
lodge be draped In monmlng for 30 day.
Jttiohid, That these resolntlona I
placed in full npen tbe records of this
lodge and a ojpy be sent nndor seal ol
this lodge to the bereaved children ; also
a copy be sent lo each et the county
per for publication.
J. T. Goopmaw,
O. J. Dsnkino,
II is said the Arabs first ensde butter.
Tbey were catrying snilk In skins on the
backs ot camels, and the steady jogglcg
churned the fluid Into butter.
TS THf rllUTIT COURT or Till STATg
or tretB lor ixiiila rountr
vi. n. aeoi, riaiunn, 1
Suit In r.iulir
H. ). II Trine. Harrv Trln,
ia rnreeiuM a
Klal Trine. 'hrU' Trine
and U. m. Pauvtl, Ptlvuit I
To 8. J. It, Trlue. Harry Trine. Klile 1 rlut aud
cnaria Trine, ahove nanuxl uelvmlant,:
In ihe nam nl the ntatv ol (Irrmn: You ara
nerrh? rruulrcd to aenrar ami auwer the rum
plaint ni.it avainm In the lor vntlllnl
ult. on or N liire the Oral Oar ol Ilia next rvmi-
lar term ol U above eniltlrj courl, U wit, on
or brtor MnotlaT, Marrh JO, l-.M. and II you
tall to appear or answer platnilrTa rump alul
analBtt juu a atiirvaaM wllhln eaM time, lor
ant thi rvor. plauilltl will apply io Ihe court
lor IB rciiei armauoea in uit comuialal a lol'
low,, to.l(. Kor tli lorcrloaiir ol a rerlaln
niorinace vxeruli-J IT tlclaudaut, e. J
H. Triue aud klljalialh Irlne In laror ol
Thotnaa Kraon. oa tli lh Sat ol Marrh,
litrt. to MX-ero tha larmrnt ol two ecrial
promlMnry noira lor the attrrtate ,uin ol r.'JO CO
wlin inu rrti mrnxin at me ralr ol Irn r cvnl
per annum inun taut nate uniri aaid mitii aim
mortgage have b. a eiuloriHM and aaalirne! to
eiaiunn, ana wnicn montage rnnvrred lor th
porpoiw ol wrtirins aaldlnaeoeillnraa thrfollov.
ins nrvnoea real pnirMwiy, nvwit B.-tonin
at the N. W, oorer ol Hc. 9 tn T. 'O R. K. 6 Wt
el W Ulamctte Uarwliao, thne tut aion the
norm line oi in arctlon . in io1. lhnr
Mato M nxli. thrnre Mt It m1a Is wm! line ol
alii atvtlou , lliroee alons aali Una SJ riMa to
flace nl Ntlnnliit, eontaliilng 9 arm, more or
iw. In liouxiaa t'ountr. Htat ol (Ininn, aoil
on whl 'h mnr'iiie In4erile1nra there la now
line the plaintiff the nin ol IHl iOwtih mtrr
et from Tebruary 'i, law, at Ihe rateol ten p, r
rent p-r annmn. AIo lor a liiilrmenl lor
I'lalntlfT, roM and tihor.-n)mi hrrin ami
Mr u n other relloi aa la p avcl lor tn I'lalni.
llTa complaint anr a, the court may anjudg
m-n ann rquuanie.
Thl, nminoni la onlllhe1 br onler ol Finn
J. W. Ilamllion, Jnrtae ol rll Court, wlilco
id oraer is aateo February 2, n
r. . nr.r4i.
Till AttomrT for I'lalniirT
Notice For Publication.
Cmrao Statu LiNDOrrici,
Roaebors. Oreaon, Jan. Tl
Kntlce la hcrvbr Rlrrn that tha lollo
Darned arttler haa filed notlre ol hit Intention!
1 pmol In (tipport ol hi, claim, and
that aald pronl arlll be made br lore the Regit
ter and Receiver, United htatva lind Oltlre at
Roacburs, ore., on March 11, 14, vli:
WII.MAM R. rOLAXI.
mn I Kn Kn Inr lha N W I L V W U a
I Tp. n s., k. 4 w. Ba nm tho following wit-
I and enlllration ol aald land. H: l arrr liunr.n.
o,I0A.' ?.Tur"'ef.0o" Vt'i:
John Strader, ol Cat Crr k On
TN THE CIRCriT C'OrRT OF THE STATU
or Omrnn, lor Uonilaa eounlT
uufan emiin, riainurr.
Bhlniev. w. w. Slilplry
llartrt L. Roberta, and f. I..
KoUrti, her hoaband, O. (.
McCampbell. Viola etona, and
Bull In g'inltr I
r. rione, ner nuaouu, ana i
Smith, and C. A. t-nilto, her
nuiDauu, ,111 anauipwn,
Jami Arthur Urcampbell,
William McCampbell, Roy
McCarnpta.ll. and H.K. Adama
the admlnlatraior ol ibe ra
tal ol David H. alt-Campbell,
To O. G. HoCamnbaU and Jam, Artuur Mo-
In the Kara ol the Platen I Orrfnn you ara
nerrDy reo,uiren io appear ana anawvr tnc com
plaint filed acaluat yon In tbe aiiove entltl
tilt on or belorv tha Brut (lay ol the nut rK'i
lar term ol the above entltii ii conn, towit:
On or before Monday, March Mi. WM, and 11
yon tall uappearor anwei piuintin a com
plaint airainat yon. aa afor-Mid. w ithin aald
(line, lor want tbercol. I'lalntln will apply to
me onr n tor me reut-i ucmanai i in ut r ( om
claim aa follow,, tnvlt: Kor the lorrcloaiin.
of a ce rtain ir.oi cjerntH by thenalddo
Irndanu, A. J. BhlpUy and W. W. hhlpliy, in
lavoroi piBiniiri, on him im nay oi miinitr,
UV6, lo K-cnra tho payment ol a orrtaln prom-
lory now lor the euuioll40, with Inu-rcit
thereon at the rate of 10 per cnt jur annum
Irom Mid date, noon which there la note due
tlictimol IZJl.S, with intereat Imin OeUilmr
SI, Vm, ain inortKtgo rouTeylng to aaldplalti
tlfr lor that purpot. tbe following doacilbtd
real proiierty, to-wll: l-r,t 10 in Blork 1. In
Hhotrum.e addition to Yoncalla, in Douirlae
County, Ktatr ol n full. Alro for a JuilKmmt
lor me auru oi m wj, wiurii liiainnn uaa injen
compelled to pay lor law axunavd airaluet naia
morif asm p-rrnou R, tor eur.n aiuirney a n aa
the court ahall adjudic reaaonablo fur jilnln
tllTacoata and dialiuraeinmita livn ln ami for
enrn other teilei aaltjuayel lor In aald coin
plaint and aa the court may adlndiie invot and
I hi, uinmoni la ti
J. W. Hamilton, Judge of aald Court, which laid
omer nuaiva m-c. n, law.
Y. W. HKNHON,
JlttT Attorney lor I'lalutlfT.
vain was Matldcn iiz and Ui.ru.
Hod Ceen AbanrJonocl - Wonder
ful Results of PurlfylMg tho Blood.
-a very revere ii n ca.r.o in mv loft
anee, viiKn g.t; r. .i,t.o ond worse, and
Anally a aoro lirokc out ahove the knee.
It mn:t.n! ,i ii-u,L ,;,,,l nail n.n ,in
from lal V 1 11 It h lit i'A'M U'uU li.arhlf.nlr.i.
Urge, bard, purple r,o:s appeared on my
' -MffercU in IhU tv.y for years'
"d UP ' ''P ever llng cured,
w" rt'n"'lf of o cobo liko nilno
cn, bS Hood's Haraaperilla, and she
advised mo to try it. 1 bogan taking It
nd when I hud ud a few bottles I
found reiki from my nufferlnir Oh
bow thaukful 1 am for this relief I I am
,tro""0' tba" 1 bave tvtr hetu In my llfo.
1 m 1,1 the ' Lmllh b,vo Rood
'PP1'" n(' 'a e neve man altogether '
' 1 MOOi I'isnon Fslls, Maine.
tlia beat,. In fuel the Diui Truo illood I'nrlfli r.
tOOd'e Pills mre bll llvar ilia.
N, Hlca began an astloa I He JsaSae
court, Mottdai, aaluti W. Wattle
and Julius Ambruin, on a ato. Bstara
ot summon lu be made Ft. T.
Action of 11. W. Arnhasta vt. B,
N. ClispQjtn to looter $112 JO, was ba
gun lo the Jjatloa otirs this weak, Ft.
0, ttt lor hsailng.
Those Who rindora
Tho paut ! ilienmailsm thonla M r
I nilti'lwl that a cm lor ili't rllteas taay
b louud In ILxmI's Pritprllla. Tbs
I experience rf tln ado have ttksa
Hood's r-aparilla lor rhettmiilsra, and
have tni'. tompletelr and pertnnaetl
enrsd, prove tha poaar of Ihls SnHI
cine to rMit snd centner Ihls eilsaaae,
Itood't KtpAri!la ia Ihe On TVns
Mood Turlilcr and It ientialls ths asld
which rair.es Ihe echea and pains ef
rlieuinntiem. ToUbwIiy il abaolelely
euros alien liolment and other ent
warl applications tall tn give peranaattt
rollef Ho rnre K yl Hood's,
Is the name ot the only perfect rrala
In the world, now running every eight
between St. Paul and Chicago, vra Ihe
Chicago, Milwaukee A Pt. Tanl Railway
the pioneer road of the wwt In edrpt
log all Improved facilities far th tfy
and enjortnoiit ot pnssengert. An lllns
tratexl inphltt, showing views ef beat
tllol scenery along the rente of the Pr
neer Limited, will b sent fere te sy
person npon receipt of two-cent psstage
stamp. Addrett Geo. If. Heafford, Gta
oral Taseenger Agent, Cbloeso, III.
Two Irishmen were viewing a earade
of tha Kalvatitm Army, One of then
observed, "That baiea the "vil."
"Fore." replied hit friond. ' thai lathe
HI Good Character.
A raral lawyer, In trying te skew Ihe
good character cf hi cheat, said : "He
pAid the last livln' dollar hs tint whee
the sheriff demanded it, sad b kasw't
killed a man sttura tks day ka Uvt hto
XTOTU'R 1 HtRtBT 0IV15 TBI AT m
utitrnisiir) a, a.1mluraira'nra ! Ska
ritaleol t. B. Nlt hola, dfair4. ha-a SM
Bual arrount oltb tna tiuniy t.'lrrk f Douaiaa
ounty, irvon, aud tha Boa. oai.fy ttt;
ha, hum Mxmlay Hit th -lar ol ktuah. !.
vorirH'i a. m, aa tha ilmaSir hoarluf oh)la
to Mid aixnuut aud lor th aatunaaal af aa
Kowburg, Ore , Jan. If1, It?.
V. S. Kleaala.
I. k atraoi j,.
MOTII'I 1" RtStST OIVIB TW AT
" ' nnnrnirnei u turn n ,mint i ik. -
nl Itablia Kirhola, 1rrrw, haa Sle4 KIj Boa)
arrounl with tha County Orrt tl (Vr aa
County, ftreann, anfl tha Hna, nty JwSm ha
II ird Monday the th dry ol Llarr h, I ass, n e
n rliirt a. m. aa the timr lor hrarlrj, biatM1
m .aid aoroont ad lorUia tttleraenl M iba
Hi4i'buri, Oiefoo, January , m.
I B Nleholt, Ji
THE NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE
rt favartta karat aya.
BOTH One Year for $i.75.
I N. 1 HIM IU
t rcporla, able vditorlala, Interaatlni ahert itarlaa, srlmUSs aa akaleu takmaMvt 111
tratxl fahlon articles, taumorooa ptcluraa, aaS Is taiwacMTS S(S taktrtalafas Sa rmi alb,
of every Inmlly. mwmwm
fire yen all Ik
alaaa Wrar.k wits
quality of the work
manship in our
clothing is one of
its strong points.
Each garment is as
carefully cut and
as though made to
order. See our ntw
(CseetrnsMd frm M fcr, )
I ImU, si t , kM T elednvetf a
reVwa4 . ire evevy e. T
feet ta, khie It tbe tret Nets I fceve raeUre
It bite, fa reaeews ekat wi'l ecsM
ekvttras at 1 preesH,
Tbe at sfrereen, sjWss awnltsr
kle eart p my eart, I tk aeyt Ms
wife Vsua paraaie ets ik sastl wagnai ?
alof fa OaayjavlHs te Ride) ttavtesa,
at tha Omgoa A CsllfaiaU reilvary,
Taslr objattlv ersst a alsee Bre
One toy, where l.ek theegkl, eaayVt,
k eeald Ine a HtU resl.
Wklls skskleg kaadt In ktddlag Ueag
gned Vye, I iktsghll e"sked Ike twlak
et sfga et a twIsfcU re ell Maltey'i afw
as he said i
"K( yee se'd lad aay valeafcle Cty
tin's en the eld place, 1st as haow, Sri
ws'll name btek ess saslast tbe ttils,
y dsn'l dtrlde sr? fair."
I ir.agnto at tbtt, a4 eretwl'sw to
'rrhack np" Ifberally thesis' I reettso a
sallllnntlre free trnl a the "elA
As aoon at poeilbl afler theer
are el tks ld eanple, I vl)ti Ihe Itrtv.
el asd t try sad ferre aa estttaale el tea
eiwtnt sad ptebf.btt vtlss as a tract.
TJpea sl ftad erf.leal rtaastaaMoti I
was free4 te tke teeolesta t, If
Ikers prevsd te be say eeasKsrskle o
petit el geld at vSwl fat, ft woell Ve
aftinst all straeiftnsd re) en gvveralat
ataeer ladlawrlnw, I Mt Ibat I ki asen
o kaeiy la ny eslinataa, saa eeei'sr
t do a little) ereisotlag before eaHtof
aay ssre resy leti IS enterwrlen,
?rojrlat a plea Sad pea, aaa rpMy.
lag n 70 If witk wa'er wj ttlIHt eld
Luks'l "kojih4,M whtk) peev J H
a eesaeiee) whky srrrol, I wirkei
sldieesly iW wsnl dare.
At tbe ewe ef a weea I ae4 rrktwtel
Uealaesr. Psyeed tbe gold "re shkV
ea tks face ef Ike est aai It lk- sed
along tke kettees, as kefwro tnH?al,
I eeald diseover net tke tHja ef a eelcr,
Tha aatortst terered Wy easilrr s-rrs
rtted Jj til. Il pr.lnfal7
svidewl te ate Iksi I ksd kee take t,
and keaatlhUy "ee ter," ky aty -uaH-
Tee eel K4 kew nt mtlflt-wDy
Haalb4 7 ik4 variety eilkiea, rwi IN
rlane?sey M tSts feel eae i tW "ttrH
feelfat," et wktek tke M eerasVel k1
se etea eveaUleed, as tmna n trm
The Home Bakarj
701 Oak Slrt. Opprasto
Ceit re 1 Hot.l.
rreeh Bakew Dre4 ttrmy Dry
PiM, Cht, 0rt Ct
Cwtatmtlj c Hiad.
ms. b. oonsrrcn,
LaaeJ arrrs. aaUieatJ ia4 tmwal. kww a.
ywsr aakjbkei aa4 Maaes, ea Ska am aa
Stid al $ sbOcrtprtleai H the)
are the only klndV
wish to sell. TheyJ'ar
the onlj kind rre dofsell,
and with each pair we
sell we make njfaew
friend. They are aet
nly stylitk bmt 'fcl