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About The Corvallis times. (Corvallis, Or.) 1888-1909 | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1904)
NEWS OF CORVALLIS AND
VICINITY TOLD IN BRIEF.
The Coinings and Goings of People,
Social Gossip, Personal Men
tion and Other Items
' Boy Heater baa ben engaged as
trainer flf the 1904 McMlnnvtlle Col
lege track team. - .
R iaa Kelson has returned to bis
h6me la Iadepeod jnee after a visit of
several days la Corvallis.
Naiov L. Wbltaker ba beeo ap
pointed administratrix of the estate of
Jaiob Whltaker, with bond at $14,000
Mr. H. 8hrl1er, who was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Turner,
deptrfd Monday f .'r ber home in
John Bw1aod, Charlea LHlarJ
and Ed Cline have been appointed ap
praiser o the guardianship es'ate of
Oora and Janes A. Harlan minors.
Marinda E. Warklns has teMi
appointed admlolatriirix He estate
of James Watklns. with bond at
$3.B00. Tbe estate Is aapiaistd at
Order has been issued In the pro
bate court to E. E. Wilson, aimiui
trator, with will aioex'd, to sell the
real property iu ine Jaie E. Fisher
His final account has been ap
proved, and J. E. Williams has been
released from tbe guaid aoethip of
Erwin WaRgoner. who has attained
his legal majority.
Miss Eattie Spencer left Sutd ty
for Cove, Eastern Oregon, for an ex
tended so nun. She was accompan
panled as fir as Portland by ber
father, Jesse Spencef.
Tbe First Spiritual Union of Cor
vallis will bold services Sunday In
Barrett, Lyceum. Duors open at 2-30
Service ac 3 p. m. A cordial invita
tion Is extended to all.
' Miss Naomi Cowan of Lebanon,
has been enpa?ed as teacher of tbe
Cooper-Newton school, three and a
half miles we -it of Corvallis, aedbe
gan ber duties Monday.
At a r?oent meeting of the Mac
cabees W. L. Sharp was elected le
presenta'lve to attbd the sta'e ' eon
ventlod of tbar. order which convenes
In Portland, Mirch 22nd. -
Io the prabat.e court, the 9 h of
April bat t e-tn fixed for final settle
ment In tbe Una Neugas estate.
The same due has also been fixed
for final settlement la tbe eetate of
Member) of the college staff left
8undav to hold a series of farmers'
Institute lo Eastern Oregon. They
are to be absent lea days or two
weeks.' Amoug those who went are
Dr. Wltbycouioe, Prif. Knisely and
In the estate of William Wyatt
A. J. Williams has filed bis bond as
executor. The amount Is $16,000,
and the sure ies . are, Frank Wyatt,
Wilson Scott, John and Samuel Wy
att Z. H. Davis, George Wyatt and
N. P. Newton have been appointed
At the recent meeting of tbe
county court John Swlck, Alex Eennie
and Amos Vance reslgnel as judges
and clerks of eldctlon. The vacan
cies were filled a follows, E. E. Baber
Corvallis number I. Geo. E. Lilly.
Corvallis number 3; John Tantls, Sum
mlt nnmhaf H
The county court has granted the
petition of H. Scbeele, John Gredig
and others for a road and the latter
has been declared a publlo highway.
Tbe application of A. M. Mann and
others for a road near tbe Independ
ence school house has bean continue !
until the April term of court. Pedd
lers licenses has been fixed as fellows,
and tbs county treasurer ba been
ordereltn collect accorllngly: Foot
ped ller, $10 per quarter: one-bone
vehicle, $20 per quaiter; two-horse
Seveity flva members of Alpba
Bebekah lode of this city went by
special train to Albany Friday even
ing for a visit with the Buelah lodge
in that city. An elaborate entertain-;
meat was accorded the visitors. Tbe
festivities continuing until midnight.
A banquet and programme were
among tbe featurea of the evening,
Mrs. H. 8. Pernot of this city, appear
ing on the program lo a repp nse to
an a dd rasa of welcome. The Corval
llBltes returned hiine tbe fame even
ing by special train, and are warm in
their praise of tbe entertainment pro
vided tetn by tbe Alb my member
ship. Arrangements are all complete
for the Insta'la'iou of the rew m ri
Ing and eveniug mail set vLe between
, Corvallis and Albany. Tbe first trip
will be made tomorrow evenlug, tbe
first morning mall airivlns from Al
bany at 8-30 o'clock Friday morning.
The echfdule calls for the stait to be
made from Corvallis at 6-30 In the
evening. Ttdito Brothers have the
contract, and for tbe present a com
fortable three seated hack, capable of
carrying a number of passengers will
go on the route. Tbe rate of fare
has not yet beea fixed. There is no
provision for tbe carrier on the new
route to deliver mall along the way.
Trips wllt.be made every day includ
-Mr. and Mrs. Grant Elgin went to
Portland Sunday. ... -
W.8. Wlnnlford, the husband of
Florence Feagles, died recently In a
, --Miss Pearl Simpson Mr,. Monday
Jtfor her . new borne near Spokane,
Mort Cocurell, of Oregon City, ar
rived yesterday to attend the funeral
of Edward Bosendorf. .'
. Miss Msyer returned to her borne
In Por'latd, Monday, after a vieit of
several weeks with iher niece, . Mrs.
John Allen. .
; Henry Gaynor, the shoe merchant
of Dallas, returned home Monday,
having visited Corvallis friends since
tbe O. A. C. Dallas basket-ball game.
By a unanimous vote of the dis-
"ttrict convention of the ' Knights of
Pythias, held at Albany, Friday, it
was d elded to hold the next district
convention in Corvallis.
A mother's meeting wll be held at
tbe home ot Mrs. Prudence Chipman.
nexc Friday afternoon at 2 :30 o'clock.
All mothers invited.
The marriage of Miss Flora John
eon and AIodzo Allen occurred in
Per "land last evening. The groom's
mother, Mrs. Emery Allen, was in at
tendance from this city.
Tbe regular monthly meeting of
the W. C. T. TJ. will be held at the u
sual place, on Thursday, March 17. at
3 p. m. A cordial invitation Is extend
ed to all. - ;: -
Rev. H. A. Deck went to Brooks,
Monday list, to be absent over Sun
day. He goes to assist In a protract
ed meeting In progress at that place.
Pr f. D. W. Metzker. of Dallas, will oc
cupy -Ma pulpit here. ..next Sabbath,
morning and evening. t,
Errick Butler, who is taking a
course in telegr-tpby In Por'land, was
called home Saturday on account of
the serious illness of bis younger
brother, Marcus, who resides with his
parents on tbe Eadamaker farm, a-rr-oaa
ths river. . Tbe stricken child
bas an attack ot pneumonia. , ' -
:' It has .developed that Injuries
sustaioed by Mrs. Wellsher in a fad
last week were more serious than at
ft ret supposed. Several of the tendons
in the ankle were torn and e' rained,
and a bone of the.ankle was cracked.
She la still suffering Irom the effects
of the accident., v;j
A very pleasant surprise was giv
en tbe Misses Bice at their home near
College Hill Friday evening, March
11th. Pit, flinch, and various other
games were the amusements of the
evening. Those present were : The
Miases P.eed, Lingren, Mattley, Rood,
DsHarm, Herron, Herbert, Williams,
Libbie and Lulu Elee. Messrs. Cathey,
Kelly, White, Huff and Belknap.
Brownie Prltchard, with Cate Bros,
has been appointed solicitor for the
Portland Journal and placed in charge
ot tbe carrier list. As a result of the
new mall service via Albaoj,. the Port
land evening papers' are reaching out
for tbe Corvallis field, and Mr. Brooks
representing tbe Journal, bas been lo
town for a couple of days. His paper
begins next Sunday to issue a regular
Sunday edition. '
Harold Belt, who has ' become
well known la the Northwest as a
baseball pitcher, left yesterday for
Salem, whence, in a day or two, he
goes to Aberdeen Washington.' He
bas received numerous off -ra to pitch
this season, among them being a pro
position from the Salem manager, ore
from a British Columbia team, and
one from tbe Aberdesn team for
which he pitched last season.
News of the tragic death of
Cox, who was a resident of Corvallis
two years ago, is announced. During
a recent heavy windstorm, with two
companions, Fred Pilklngton and Her
bert Leonard, Cox was camped on TJo
lon creek, eight miles , southwest of
Riddle. While the men wereelumber
ing side by side In one bed, a small-sized
tree went crashing through
tbe fent .. under which , they
slept ' at such an angle ' that
It missed Pilkington and Leonard and
struck Cox squarely on the head, kill
ing him instantly while he was a
eleep as lc were and maebihg his
skull into a sickening mass.
Harvey Sargent dismantled his
shooting gallery Monday, with tbe In
tention ot devoting bis time to the
sale cf his gopher guns. He is having
3000 of them manufactured 1000 here,
1000 In Sin Francisco, and 1000 in
Chicago. The object in having them
manof tetured in different states is
that by so doing he will ' tret , be re
quired to pay a license for peddling
in those states. Mr. Sargent, having
obtained a Canadian pateDt about a
year ago, it will be necessary for him
to have some of the guns manufactur
ed In Canada within a specified time
in order to hold that patent, ue ex
pects to visit that country this year,
perhaps after visiting tbe St. Louts
A large audience was present at
tbe musical lecital given In colUge
chapel Saturday night, the program
of which appeared in Wednesday's
"Times." All the numbers were rend
ered with 8B.il! and spirit, and were
heartily applauded. Miss Veroa Ker
ker, Harty Kerker and Max Miller ap
peared In violin solos, and tbe playing
ot each was exceptionally meiitorlous,
a. very acceptable number each was
given by the colleee orchestra and tbe
Lidiea Chorus, tba latter responding
witn "steal Away to an enco.e ot
"Annie Laurie." Piano solos by Mr.
White and Miss McDonald, a vocal
solo by Miss Lilly, and a duetbv Mrs
I Pernot and Mls Allen were all well
J rerdered, and loudljr arpjauded.
PASSED AWAY AT HIS
BANT HOME LAST
FRIDAY. ' '
LaGrande Lady Takes a Shot at a
Burglar Monroe Items
Albany, Or.. Mrch il. Judge
L. Flinn, a promt Lent and honored
pioneer citizec of Albany, died at
his home at 6:30 o'clock this even
ing after an illness of two weeks.
Judge Flinn had been troubled with
a heart affection for. several years
and a complication of diseases in
his last illness proved fatal.
' Judge Flinn waspreaident of the
First. National Bank, and a stock
holder in the Albany Electric Light
& Water Company, and a member
of other corporations. . As a con
servative business man he was
without a peer in -: Albany and his
death has cast a gloom over the
'- Lawrence Flinn was a native of
Ireland, born November I, I837.
He came to America when a child
and was raised on a. farm in Ver
mont. Graduating from Middle
bury College in I863, he studied
law in Elizabeth town, N. Y. In
i864 he came west to San Francis
co, by way of the Isthmas of Pana
ma, and in 1865 arrived in Linn
county, - Oregon. After teaching
school for a tew : years, Mr. Flinn
look up tbe practice of law, being
very successful. . He. -: served - as
county judge from 1880 to 1884.
In connection with S. E. Young
and George E. Chamberlain, Mr.
Flinn purchased the First National
Bank in 1876, and bas since served
as its president. .
Judge Flinn was a regent of the
Oregon State Normal school rat
Monmouth and of Albany College,
and had long served as a director of
the public schools of Albany. The
deceased is suryjved by a wife and
three daughter, Mrs, Alfred
Schmitt and Misses Anna and Ruth
J. N. McFadden and Johnny
Whitaker were in town purchasing;
farm implements. .
-ArWilhelm- & Sons have recent
ly shippejd 50. cases ofeggs.
Fred Ddmeille has gone to work
for James 'Herron. y
M.ba Robison, of Corvallis, com
menced school at ; the Barclay
sohool house, Monday.
Erie Hall is putting upa new
wire fence on the McFadden' farm.
The Jackson children that were
hurt with a dynamite cap are . get
ting aloDg nicely.
La Grande, Or., March 11. At
an t-arly hour this morning Mrs. F.'
O 1'- tt, who resides on the corner
of h and O. streets, whose husband
is dining-car conductor, wa a-
wnk-ined by a knock at her front
doo .' Upon asking who was there
a ui d replied it was an O. R. 'Sc.'
NV t-allrboy with a message from
h r meband.
M-s Olliett opened the door and
a in sked man held a lighted match
in i.Tface. ' She at once slammed
and locked the door, ran for a load
ed uun and fired three rhots at the
intruder, but failed to hit him. v A
neighbor across tbe street was a-
roused by the shots, grabbed a rifle
and ruBhed to tbe door, firing at the
man. Ihe would-be intruder made
good his escape without injury.
Moiave, Cal., March 12. An un
known negro was taken from the
local jail by a mob last night, and
after being tarred and feathered
was either shot to death or killed
by being struck over the bead with
a heavy piece of iron.
The negro was arretted yesterday
afternoon for an unmentionable
crime, and wat confined in the Mo-
jave jail, preparatory to taking him
to uaKereneld. ' 1 he tacts concern
ing the crime became noised about
the town, and ' before the officers
could place tbe man aboard the
train a determined crowd had gath
ered about the jail, which is an in
significant affair, and unguarded,
and within a short time the prison
er was in their hands.
It was the evident intention of
tbe leaders of the mob to go no fur-
Fine new stock of GUNS , SPORTING GOODS
FISHING TACKLE, CUTLERY, Etc, ......
StocK of G; Bodes at Big Bargain
thertban te apply a cost of tar and
feathers, and to that end there had
been provided a big pot of u hot. tar
and a number of feather . pillows.
This form of punishment was meted
out to the negro,' wbo continued
to resist the efforts of his raptors.
His resistance angered some of
those in the mob, with the result
that in the midet of the scuffle the
aegro was shot either in the head
or (truck with some heavy instru
The revival at tbe - church ot
Christ began Sunday evening with a
large audience and good interest. The
pastor will preach .each night this
T. D. Campbell has taken charge of
the Benton County Lumber yard near
the S. P. depot. Will furnish building
material. See Mr. Campbell before yon
buy. :. :
K G. ALTAIAN, M.D.
Office cor 3rd and Monroe eta. Resi
dence cor 3rd and Harrison sta.
Hours 10 to 12 A. M. 2 to 4 and 7
. to 8 P. M. Sundays 9 to 10 A, M,
Phone residence 315. . - ";
-.v ; Notice. , ?
Wanted, a man to do general ' farm
work. Apply to James Herron, Bruce.
Notice of Final Settlement,
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed, administrator .of the estate of
Lina Nengass, deceased, with will aa
nexed, has filed in the County Court of
the State of Oregon for Benton . County
his final account as the administrator of
said estate and that Saturday the ' 9th
day of April 1904, at the hour of ten
o'clock a. m. has been fixed by said court
as the time for hearing of objections to
said report and the settlement thereof. '
. V .M.Jacobs.
Administrator of tbe Estate of. Lina
Neugass, deceased. . . :
. 'i-f. - : -"" .
Administrator's le of Keal Property
Irf the matter of (lie esiate of Jane Elizabeth
Fisher, deceased. 1
Notice la hereby (riven 'that .under and nur-
suanttoan oriar of f ale mJe ov the Countv
Court of the State of Oreeo for Benton County,
on the 11th day-otMaroh, .1904; in the above en
titled tiiutterLthe tinde'rstf nad, as admlnistra
tor. with the vill annesed oFeaid estate of Jane
Elizabeth Flstter, deceased, will from and after
Monday, the l8th daj? of April, 1904,.
proceed to sell, at private sale, to the highest
U&dder. for csh in' hand, subject to connrma.
ptlon by said Court, -all of the following oesorlb-
td real projierty towit:
Beginning at a point 37 chains east ot - the
southeast corner of the jnj&rthwest quarter of
southeast quartaref 'setBSa 80, T. 11 s. K. S W.
and run thencejkorF. GO . chains; thence
east 2.bQ chains;eas' north 30 chains: thence
east to the West Irne-btihe donation land claim
of Philip Mulkey, Ho, No. 958 in 1. 11 8. R. 5 W. ;
thence south to a point 9.50 ohains south of the
northeast corner of donaUon land claim of J. C.
Roberts. Not. No. 940, sameTp; awl R.: thence
north 26 degrees 36 minutes west 10.62 chains to
a point 4.7o chains westof eatd northeast corn
er of s:il 1 Roberts claim ; thence west to the
place ol beinnbing. Also lot lOin section 22.
and lots 1. 2. 3. 4. and i in section 21 T. 11 S.B.
5 W.t exrept tnerofrom the following, beginning
at a point wt iuiks east ot tne - soutnwest corner
of sutd lot 5 and run thence north 4.09 chains:
thence south 75 degrees east 10.23 chains: thence
south 24 degrees east 1 .48 ohalus - to point on
south boundary line ot said lot ' 5 (said point
being 4.40 chains west from southeast corner ot
said lot 5) thence west on south boundary
line f said lot 6. a distance of 10.55 chains to
the place ot beginning, containing 2:82 acres
more or less. . Also a strip of land 30 ieet wide
running along the full length of the west si e
of h piece of land containing 17.83 acres des
cribed as follows: beginning at the N. E. corn
er of claim No. 65 T. 11 S. R. 5 W.. run thence
n . 18 chains: thence S. 9.91 chains; thence E.
18 chains; thence N. 9.91 chains to plaee of be
ginning. All the above being iu Benton coun
ty, state o! Oregon. - -
it oeing me intention to lociuae in tne aoove
description all linds described ,in mortgage
given Dy Jane E. Fisher and husband to the
State Land Board, bearing date December S.
, Saidr sale Is made tor the purpose of paying
claims against said estate and charges and ex
penses 01 administration, remaining unpaid.
Dated this March 12, 1904.
E. E. WILSOU.
Administrator with the will annexed of the
estate of Jane Elizabeth Fisher, deceased.
In the County-Court of the State of Oregon .
In the Hatter ot the Estate ofi
Wm. F. Bjer, Deceased. )
To Ida M. Hale. Wm F. Bver. Nellie M
Porter, Rllla A. Abrams, and Grace H. Bver,
heirs and devisees of Wm. F. Byer, deceaasd,
In the name of the State of Oregon, yon are
hereby cited and required to appear In the
County Court of the State of Oregon, for the
County of Benton, at the Court room thereof
at Corvallis. in the County of Benton, on Satur
day, the 9th day of April, 1901. at 9 o'clock in
the forenoon of that day, then and tbere to
show cause if any exist, why an order of sale
should not be made as prayed for In the pett,
tlou of W, N. Alford, administrator of said es
tate of Wm. F. Byer, deceased, ot the following
described real property towit:
Lots numbered 7, 8, and 9 in Block number,
ed 4 in Hausman's Addition to the City of
Koth Brownsville. Linn county, Oregon; Lot
numbered 23 la Block numbered 5 in- Hyde
Park. Washington County. Oregon; and Lot
numbared 8 in Block numbered 10 in Riverside
Addition to Albina, now within the City of
Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon.
And you are further notified that this citation
is served upon yon and each of you", by publi
cation thereof in the Corvatlfs Times, news,
paper tor four weeks, under an order made by
the Hon. Virgil E, VVatters. Judge of said Court
bearing date ot Mar-h, 8, 1904.
Witness, the Hon. Virgil E. Watters Judge
of the County Court of the State of Oreeon, foi
the County of Benton, with the seal of said
Court affixed this Sth day of March a. d, 1904.
- VICTOR P.MOSES.
Lumber and Building Material
- From now on we will keep in stock a
Full Cine of Building Cumber
We have arranged with the Curtis Lum
; , . ber Co. to handle their lumber at Corval
- ' lis. We are now prepared to offer Spe- ;
cial Prices on a large stock of material.
Gentral Planing Mills & Box Factory.
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR SOME REAL
good bargains in stock, grain, fruit and poultry
Ranches, write for our gpecial list, or come and
see us. We shall take pleasure in sivinsvou all
the reliable information you wish , also showing
you over the country. .
AMBLER & WATERS. '
: Real Estate .. .Loan, and Insurance,
-'"; Corvallis and Philomath, Or.
E. E. WHITE
Real Estate Co.
You have come from the land of ice
And you dont know juat where you want
You have not yet run short of cash
And you want to invest so as not to
smash. . .
Perhaps your'e a farmer want someone
to snow .
Where the largest aud best crops un
failingly grow -
And tell and assure you exactly where
You will surely be dealt witn just and
lair, : . '- ;;:,ivi , ; , s - .-; '
Where they will not try to cheat ' : and
If you are earnestly trying to purchase a
home'. , 1
Just call at the office of White & Stone.
Un Mam street, Uorvallis, they will be
found - ; 4 .
Always ready and willing to show you
If you would be used very nice and po-
lite. . -'r. ' :-
Yon should make the acquaintance of
E, E. White. , t
We are certain to please with the. farms
to be Shown -
By our gentlemanly solicitor H. M.
They will tell you where the best prunes
IjrOW i y
They have been in ..the business and
surely knew. '
And where to grow fine erraio, but if
";. dairvme you would try
They can tell you .just where a fine
, rancn to Duy. . - .
They do your buspess, deal in city
And the renting of houses is in their
So when yen come here, a stranger and
Just call at the office of White & Stone
Or. Wells, the Albany V S will be at
Fruits livery stables every Friday of
each week. ' Bring your horses and
have them examined free of charge.
Go to Zierolf'a for fresh Yaquina Bay
CORVALLIS & EASTERN
Time Card Number 22.
2 For Yaquina:
Train leaves Albany. .12:45 P- m
' " Corvallis 2:00 p. m
" arrives Yaquina 6:2o p. m
I Returning: .- '
. Leaves Yaquina. 6:45 a. m
Leaves Corvallis ...11:30 a. m
Arrives Albany 12:15 p. m
3 For Detroit:
Leaves Albany. 7:00 a. m
Arrives Detroit. ..12:20 p. m
4 from Detroit: ,
Leaves Detroit i:0o p. m
Arrives Albany i...... 5:55 p. m
Train N0..1 arrives in Albany in time
to connect with S P-south bound train,
as well as giving two or three, hours in
Albany before departure of S P north
bound train. , .
Train So 2 connects with the S P trains
at Corvallis and Albany giving direct ser
vice to Newport and adjacent beaches.
Train 3 for Detroit. Breitenbush and
other mountain resorts leaves Albany at
7:00 a. m., reaching Detroit at noon, giv
ing ample time to reach tbe Springs tbe
For further information apply to
. Edwin Stork,
H. H. Cronise, Agent Corvallis. -
Thos. Cockrell,. Agent Albany.
H: S. PERNOT,
Physician & Surgeon
1J Office over postoffice. Residence Cor.
Fifth and Jefferson streets, Hours 10 to
12 a, m., 1 to 4 p. m. r Orders may be
left at Graham & Wortham's drug store.
A General Banking Business.
Exchange Issued payable at all finan
cial centers la United States, Canada
and Europe. .
. Principal eorreepondent.
PORTLAN D lomion & San FranRlcoRnk
Limited; Canadian Bank of Gomnum. ..
SAN FRANCISCO London & San Frauein-
o Bank Limited.
NEW YORK Meairs. J. P. Morgan & Co.
CHICAGO First National Bank.. :
CONDON, ENG. London A San FranclBco
SEATTLE AND TAOOMA London San
FranciKco Bank Limited.
Whereas, tne Secretary of State ot
the State of Oregon has notified me
in wr!tiag that pursuant - to the ' pro
Tisionaofan act entitled, "An act making ef.
fective the initiative andreterendnni proviB
Joneof Sectl nl of ArtielelVof the Constlta-'
tlou of the State of Oregon, and regulating e
lectlona thereunder, and providing penalties for
violation of provisions of this act," approved
February 21th. 1903, the State Prohibition Al
liance duly filed Iti his olhce on February ft,
1901, an initiative, petition containing 8,816 sig
natures properly attached thereto and certified
in accordance with law, demanding thit a pro
posed law, the tenor and effect ' of which is
hereinafter particularly sec forth, providing
for elections In any county or any precinct
therein or any subdivision therein or any sub
division of 4 county consisting of any number
of entire ana cont!gBtus products of such coun
ty to determine whether the sale of intoxlcat1
lng liquors shall be prohibited in such county..
or subdivision thereof or any such precinct
and for other purposes as hereinafter stated
shall be submitted -to the legal electors ot the
State ot Oreeon for their aDoroval or rejec
tion at the general election to be held on. thfe
6th day ot June, being the first Monday of June
1WH. "".j .. 1 ; -
Now therefore, I, Geo. E. Chamberlain,;
Governor of the State of Oregon, in -obedience
to the provisions of said act hereinbefore first
mentioned, do hereby make and issue this
Proclamation to the people of the 8tue ol Ore
gon, announcing that the said State Prohibition
Alliance has filed said initiative peUtlon with
the requisite number of signatures thereto at
tached, demanding that there be submitted to.
the legal electors of the State of Oregon tor their
approval or rejection at the regular election to
be held on the 6th day ot June, being the first
Monday of June, 19M, a proposed law provid
ing for elections in any county or precinct
therein or any subdivision therein or any sub
division of a countv consisting of any number
ol entire and contiguous precincts of such
county to determine whether the sale of intoxi
cating liquors shall be prohibited In such coun
ty or subdivision thereof, and tor other pur
poses connected therewith as hereinafter stat
ed, having tor Its purpose and belng'brlefly of
the tenor and effect following," that is to say:
AbUl to propose, by initiative petition, a law
providing for elections in any county or any
precinct therein or any subdivision of a county,
consisting ot any number of entire and con
tiguous precincts ot such county, to determine
whether the sale of intoxicating liquors shall
be prohibited in such county or subdivision
thereof or In such precinct; providing tor the
tiling of perltions for such elections and the
form and effect thereof, and for notices of such
elections and for tne time and manner of hold
ing and conducting the same; -declaring what
shall constitute a subdivision of the county
within tbe meaning of this law; declaring
what acts shall and what shall not constitute
a violation of this law; declaring the qualifica
tions of petitioners and of electors at such el
ections: applying to such elections the prov
M ins ot Sections 1900. 1901, 1902; 1903, 1904, 1905,
1900, 117, 11108, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912, and 1975.
Qf Bellluger & Cotton's Annotated -. Codes and
Stitutes of Oregon; providing for printing and
distributing ballots for such elections; pre
scribing tlieduties of public officers in relation
to such election.-, and in relation to the enforce
ment of the provisions of this law: providing
lor the issuance by tne County Court of orders
prohibiting the sale of iutoxicating liquors
within certain limits and declaring tbe duties
of such courts in reference thereto; limiting
thetuue tvithin which the question of prohib
iting such sale oi intoxicating liquors may
again be submitted 1 1 vote in the same district:
providing peuiltks and punishment for the
violation ot any of the provisions pf this law;
providing for the return to any liquor dealer or
other tersou of a proportionate amount of any
license fee which he may have paid, whenever ,
the district in which he shall be engaged in
business shall be declared to be prohibition
territorv; and applying to all elections held
under the provision1 of this law the ; provisions
of the general election law of the. state aud
declaring certain rules of evidence applicable
to prosecutions under this Act.
Done at the Capitol at Salem this 10th day
of February, A. D., 1904.
Gbobge E. Chahbeklain.
By the Governor, h
F. I, Dunbab.
fjecretury of State.
E. R, Bryson,
l - Attomey-At-Law. .
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