The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190?, May 03, 1900, Image 2

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tir it. W1LLI3,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
will nrmotlM la all th court of tks BUU. (X
George C. Browned Bows to the Will
of the Majority.
fit In Mmiltri Hnlldltiff, IcraUa eonaty, Ur.
THANKS HIS FRIENDS,
lion. Geo. W. Brownell, who wss
prominent candidate for congress before
the M-vMiotiTiIIe convention, publishes
. 5a the Oregon City Enterprise the fol
lowing Iptter, which shows his loyalty to
the party son I us readiness to abide by
the will of the majority :
'To my friends in Clackamas
oon.y i . , : ; :-. : i':'.'
'' "It Is impossible for me tu personally
meet every one of you who stood by me
in the primary and in oar county con
vtfaiton, ana saatmea too m uij ut?ire 10
obtain the congressional nomiuation, and
. personally thank you and express to you
my great gratitude for your friendship
and help. . I take this public wy of
reaching yon all and expressing to you,
your loyal support. .no man ever
Lad truer or nore loyal friends than
you have sho yourselves to be to me,
and I willIw , treasure up in memory
this happy in... ueetation of it us long as
life shall last. f
At the congressional convention at
McMinnville the 15 delegate i from this
county did all in their power for roe. aod
were true aud loyal to my candidacy to a
man, they were in all ways faithful aud
true, and I thank them. The Conven
tion, decreed thus Hod. Tbos; II. Tongue
should carry the standard of our party to
victory in. this campaign. We are re
.publican sol tiers we are privates we
are not skulker or stragglers, we bow to
the will of the majority therefore let us
follow our leader and our general, and
crown the republican standard which be
is to carry, with victory on the 4th day of
Jnne, 1000.
' Our enemies would be pleased to have
as sulk and .bestray our leader and our
. party. . Let us Jisappoint them. The
. republicans party is greater than anyone
man. I ask every personal aud political
ii icun ui uiiuo make inn onme cuvit,
if anything, a greater effort to secure
Mr. Toogoe'e election than yon would
have done if I had been the nomiuee.
Let it be said for all time that when we
to into a republican convention, and the j
majority ueciue agamsi us, mat we are
- hig encugb. and trou enough to come out
ol it republicans aud not traitors to our
' party or to the victor. 1 ask vou to join
with ras and our other friends in giving
Mr. Tongue, and through him, our part;
Hiu h a loyal support that on the evening
. .f TnnA , irnn - .. ; ' 1 . .. I j
lasting honor of ourselves and our
' county. -
Again thanking you, I am,
Sincerely yours,
Geo. C. BaowxELa
1
J . We pride ourselves on the fact that wt
QHf ft Alf C-cfi11'0 thc Largest, Cheapest and Best line of
OlIII L VV llLab. Shirt w-ists cvcr showri .n this cJty
from 56 cts to $2.50.
v In this department wc show a very hand-
some laerciirized Sateen Skirt, which cannot
Underwear. be , toll frm siik colors 53.50.
jCheaper ones but good ones at $1.25, $2.00
jand $2.50.
StlMHIlCr j A complete line of Covert, Ducks, White
jPique Skirts in plain and appliqucd designs
OKirtS.jyff !" Price irom 5oc t0 $2.25.
'- j
E? I A Are all tlie rae r swe11 summer dresses.
11K FOUiHr(JSjWe have a line in the newjgray lavendar
and purple shades which are trade winners.
W. BENSON,
Attorncy-at-Law,
Hniimt I ami '
Review Hiitldlnif.
KOMKIII'Hd, OUKl.ON
JRA 13. RIDDLE,
Attorney at Law,
I Olflci' In Olirl llotuu
Willi Dill. Ally. UUHKUUnO, DBKHOM.
j Q.KKOGK M. BROWN,
Attorncy-at-Law,'
Court Hiium
Puwui-tlalm. ROHIBURU. OK
J t' Kl'M.KIllON
Attorncy-at-Law.
Will praulou It) nil Die .Statu and Kmlural ourU
Olllco III Mik' UMf., Ri.i'liiitv, orvgoti.
inFPUnN' I
ST ROSEBURG, OREGON. I lJUi 1
DOLE TO BE HAWAII'S GOVERNOR
Ex-President of the Islands Has B:en
Chosen for That Position by Presi. -dent
JlcKinley.
To Cut Oregon in Two.
"In a few years, a .very few years. Ore
gin will no longer be the large state it
now is, but will be divided, as wai Da
kota," said a man from Eastern Oregon.
. It is not because tbo present territory is
too large for a eingle state government,
but for entirely various other reasons.
' "Two distinct classes of people com
pose Oregon's population, aod their
ideas and environment are entirely dis
similar. It is this diversity of interests
unit nnininna that will reaalt in anew
state being carved out of historic Oregon.
"Wben the elate is cut up th dividing
line will run along the mountains. The
Eastern Oregon people will demand a
separate state, and will receive it. The
Ooaetaqd Willamette Valley will com
prise the other.
"Even now there is a f-trong feeling in
Raster u jOregon in favor ( a snj.ara'e
statehood. . At tbe last seHMjii of the
legislature Representative Fred Stanley,
ml LaGraode, made the propottition. hut
U was regarded more in ihe light of a
joke than otherwise. . Ere long people
will discover that there is no joke ahout
it, aud I am informed that at tbe next
esaion of tbe legislature a bill will he
introduced as a sort of 'fet-ler'.
"lu Eafctsrn Oregoi. the (euiil ar.
snore of bustling kind than iu ih- Wil
lamette Yaliey. They are hard Mkr-,
nd have reclaimed large secti -i.- f itie
agebrusb. covered, land aui ujude it
blossom like the traditional rose. They
are an enterprising; lot, and am proud of
their neck 0! the woods, fu the Willam
ette valley tbe soil is more productive,
T rather it yields large crops with corn
par a ti rely no labor. An easy-going, uo
"isrgetie set of farmers, whose crops
r use thmelve, do not have to get out
.rid " So yon sea tbere are two
-u, .,, - .i rlassei of peqple in Ore-
1.1 j . , particularly in Eastern
ij . j ; . aid to , favoi tbe aeparat
rt,. . a it would give twice a many
or:i ' " band around as tbere are at
o knowol it that thero oay
t A. .
Wasiiinuton, May I. President iMte
has been selected a the first Governor
of Hawaii. The format announcement
will t e made when the list uf Hawaiian
official, to he appointed hv the presi
dent, is com pie t a.
San Jv.s nr. Porto Itico, My 1.
The inauguration of Charles II. Allen, .
forra-jrly Assistant fjecretarv of the Navy j
as American Civil Governor of the It
land of Porto Rica, took plaee today. .
The ceremony was most impressive. '
Governor Allen made sn inaugural ad
dress, which was well received.
' THOS. KAY'S WILL. .
Executors Are Named Who Will Con
tinue to Operate the Woolen Mills.
t i ' voguuevl as
separate tt
V1 a will madu April 'K the late
Thomas Kay, tounder of the Salem
Woolen Mills, disposes of hie property.
lie directs that just debts and funeral
expenses be paid first and then directs
distribution as follows :
To his sou, Thomas B. Kay, two notes
givo liy turn to deceased (or f.'oOO, out
he shall pay all interest and $!00 ou
principa'.
To bis daughter Fannie Iiiehop, note
for $'2500 niveu by C. P. Ilinhop.on same
terms.
To bis daughter Lihhiu Col)o-, Notes
ofO P. Coluw, Jr., for VM0, on pay-
ment of interebt.
To Harah Ler,ora Kay, note madx by
A Mother's Plain Words
" I suppose you will be nstonished when I tell you that six years ago I was
in a most dangerous condition with bronchitis and lunar trouble, lccauso you
, can see how well and ttrong I am now. The attack at that time caused tcrnblo
pain in my encscanu mnjjs. i couui uartlly move, and to stoop caused intense sul
ferins;. Someone advised Ack- , , . , , , . . . ,
ci a jjuwmi xvcjiiuiiy, huh 1
thought I would try it, although
I confess that down in my heart
I had little faith in it. Tho
first bottle gave fcrcnt relief,
and the Kecond bottle madu me
the healthy woman I nra today.
My husband's lunjjs are weak
also, and he cured'himsclf with
the same grand old remedy.
Our boy nnd trirl have both
been saved by it from death -.
by croup. I know this If! so, for
when they were attacked in the
niht I had a bottle in tho closet,
and by acting quickly that fatal
malady was easily overcome.
U'c always give it to the children
vhe;i they have a cough or cold.
and we would not Ins without it
for anythiug. Uy sister will
toll you also, if you ask her, that
it IS a medicine. that can always .
be depended upon for alt the ,
trouhicsol the breathing organs.
I tell all our neighbors about
AcU-r's English Remedy whenever I get a tli.i.ioc, and there are plenty of pco-
pc around -Mechanicsv.lle, N. ., where I live, wuj would no more think ot go
in.,' to bed at night without alxttle of it in the hotint than they would of leaving;
their doors wide open. As I look at it, pure tits arc criminally responsible when
they allow their children to die under their very eyes with croup, because here
is a certain remedy that will conquer tho terrible monster every time.
(Signed) Mrs. Flovu Fowieb.
A"krr'a KnjfU Rmelr li noli bv all druggist under a pdnltlve guarantee
that v.iir money will i.o refunded in ok of failure, ajc, je.f nJ i a bottle hi
ViiiieJ (' and I'umula. In KnRlmml, in. jcl , 7. 31I., nu cu.
Y.'c cu'htrizt (lie v.Ua- umranUi . 11'. II. HOOKER Jk CO., I'nprUtur; Xcu York.
For sale by M. F. Rapp, Druggist.
JAS. K. SAWYERS,
ATTORN KY-AT-LAW,
HOSKIICIKI, (lll.dUN,
Room 3 A 4, Taylor .t Wilson llloi k.
QOMMOnoRE S. .JACKSON,
Attorney nnd IViiinwIlnr at Law.
MinillL' I.UW nnd Witt. r IMirhta mn.lu
a sjK'cinlty.
Mrlrt Bill. RiMKHl'Ka. UKKUiiN
JOHN If. SIIUPK.
ATTOR.NE Y-ATLA W,
UohKitiH.i, Oik. ..on.
Bnsli tcr.m V.H. j,t' iimet-.tid Ci.b
btiMlir niKTlnltv.
Omc Alnnham lltilMltiv,
' M. WIAWTOED,
Attomey at Law,
oomiilAt, Mrtcri BMk'.. ROHXimnf.
r-BuiiirMbef..rtii r.H. unaom..D
Nats lloeolver 0. 8. Laud Oace.
7A 1 1 I & WW V rr "' i
JA. ni.'CHAN.VN, ou,y i.tl,,..
Attorncy-at-Law. .
Collections a Specialty.
fUxita .1
Uuilen Uulldlnw.
l:o,sKBfnu,u
J. CURTIS SNOOK,"
oniv,f in llbrnliiuii
IIIK. UViT l''Ht..lln
w
Hcviow BulMlnif
1 e.cj.tiono No. 4
I'KNTIST.
Rosclmrif, Or.
1I.1YNKS, .
DENTIST,
KO.-EIH-Kfj, tlltl.ON
E. M. CIIFADLK.
IKJCTOR )!' DKXTAI. Sl'RIlKR Y.
Onu-o In tllu Hit,. B,l,.ko,.,lWlu Klu..m
''HI KO-KRI i n iiihvmv.
QR.GKO. I?.' II0UCK,
Physcian & Surgeow
Office Pot Ottloo Uki.
ftioriv. Main in
I'HKUUN
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I'kitkh txkTV Land Okiii;k.
lloH-liur, Or., April 1-', l'JK).
Notice in licreliy given that in compli
ance with tint proviidoiix of the art of
hei to deceased for f240U, oil payment of Conj;rcHH of Jinn- .'I, 1S7H, entitlfd ''An
. I. .... .1 : l I . - .1 . .1
10tere-t. ari, nir ram oi iniiia'r taii'jH in wit;,
Mated oi i aiiiorma, Oregon, .Ncvii'lu itml
WahliiiiL'tou Territory.
NILh A. VVKDKKN,
Of rVattlo, l'(ptmty if King, Stuto of
rtv, to have and to hold for her Washington, haa thiM day filed in thin
iif , . n i .i:ii. I Hi'! l)i sworn ntatetneiit No. !C5, for
lif, are! thm. to . divided l0 JmrchaH0 f t, s'i N W, Utn a.
To )rttia I., Kay. nme kind of note,
same interest
To his will-, Anna Kay, all the rtbt of
his oroert
natural li
equally instaeen Dis ctnuirfeii atjtjve , 4, ( Section No. 4. iu Township No. 24
uaaied. , H,, Kanp No.'y W., uud will offer proof
Thos. B. Kv M'd FaiinUt Uiehop r : t chow that-th land mania is more
namel n exeeutora valuable for it timber or stone thuil for
named as executors. , . . . . : nriciiltural jmrpot-es, and to establish
. Tne ill i witiMw-ed by O. 11. p. his, daim to said land Ixrforo tlu hiiia
Coehow and J, K, Weatlmrlord. ter and Keeeivc.r i'f this ollico ut lfoso
Tbe petition sets forth the atove burg, Oregon, on luesduy thu ITotli lay
named as heirs and estimates value of
property at $30,000.
. The will was admitted to probate Mon
day before Juilne Terrell, Attorney O.
P. Cosbow, of Koxebur, r.etiny as lagal
adviter. Th will has published in ihe
presence of Thos. I'. Kay, C. P. Bishop
and U. II Goshow. .Suitable ioii1r
were Kiven.
The Woolen Mills start-! up Monday
and a ill be operated by tbe executors. '
.lime, lfNNt. lie tiatni.'S us witlieses ! 1'.
lioling, of Seattle, Washington, K. Von
Noriiitin, of Seattle, Wusiiiiitou, . ,1.
tiurdiner, of Roseburg, Oregon, J...A.
Kn'dald, of New . Wliutcoin, Washing
ton. Any and all persons cluimin udverw
ly tli ubove-descriUid lauds are re(iitu-t-d
to file their claim in this ollico on or
before aid i'tith dav of June, l'.HKi.
J. T. BUHMiKS, "' '
(al) Register.
:
J4JLMKR V. HOOVER,
PHYSICIAN AND Kl'lUJF.ON.
RosKlllHO OltKIIO.N
fljwial lt.-iit.,a (tlun f) Ultetifi of the '
, 1 troet.
Offli-o-JUlu hi., one U.sjr lief I'll llnll
rhonu, MB In :4l.
nosKBUKu iivioio.N nu :,. b. or u
fv mwUevur ecoud sad tounh huuda.
n ..iua wu m, . 7. K. Or V., MtKla
aiaufioviUMi m atuaid.
lu (ood Undlus c.
C. II. K1SHKH, H. M. U
JM. SdK tt.1.1, c. V..
LATJHKI. IXMXJK. A
meullnire tha lA .
taco luoiHU.
V M . U u. .....
and tb VV'tsluaiKlaa in
Try a box of Chocolate ,
Creams and Hons Hons
phom tub
RHUY -T-
and you will understand
why, our CANDY is so
popular.
Jl.T. JSWITT, B'MiJ. ..
T0HIC0RtHATKK. JfO. S. O. K."b.. MXMTH
x the tint aud tMrd
montK uj
HHi. K.J. WTKOL'I), W. 'A.
MaUDE RAHT.Bec'y.
fOlEKN WUODM KN OK AMKRK'A mTv
It U'
H. J.. MASSTKaH, Clark. '
Mai.ra, v. V
alar. , 5. CARROLL. VVyx
The Jackson county democratic con- ijrant'i Pas Ohserver: The demo
ventioa was held last Baiorday at Jack- ,.rlll, ,a popolists of Orgoni who Lse
onvUle. The fusion populists were in-' iWays been "pi.eo" against banks,
tiled to low, and a little concession baofcera " and money derUs, srilb tbe
made by giylng them tbe commiasioosr . ,,,, OCOositeicy for which they are
and one of tbe fepreeenUllree. hnt thU too-weir o-edv hare Hawed 4eker,
not beln satisfactory toe will bare yf; j; Daly') 'of coo (trees in! the flmt lis
mast iCoot-ntioo tod probably ereseot ttkt in ..." mu
Go to
F. li. WOODRUFF'S
Jiarber Shop
Tor a prompt atd first
class shave or hair cot.
Baths 'in' connection.
ti'Jdkkson St.
ways wvIcuium.
1. A. BOOflAN-AV.
T.JKWKTf, Clerk. .
pHILETARIAN IXIOE. HO. i. 1 O O
their h.U in a.i,i ir-ii IXr'V' ""I. w
d toalioua.
N. T, Jt ett, 8c'y,
Inuh.
DOtUCBOBO bOUi, NO. IS, i O tiV
Men mouDi iil ii i. n. -. 7. . -."""jl" u'
II. T. McCLALl I.N,
Kecurder.
P. B. H KHT
jrlnuvi'r
tldket.