The West. (Florence, Lane County, Or.) 1890-1921, June 23, 1893, Image 3

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    T H E
W E S T .
W E S T L IN Q S .
THE
F C U flT H
AT SEATO N.
Alsea und i.uthjens, on tin Alsec. 1 ay,
Gardiner, on tlie Um p, a r i v e r , e n d
Empire City and Marshfield, on (nos
hay. This business is no- going by the
wav of Astoria. Notify our patrons 1i
ship by our route. The tug “ Robar.s
makes a trip to all these points every
ten days and connects with our steamer
at Yaquina.
BANKRUPT HARDW ARE STOCK.
Haling lately p'.t refill-cd a lan e bank­
T h is (Ir?u <l l o e l i l
I . i j . l l y Mt-i.ti'.n«-<l
Colles tlie watch doctor.
rupt sha h oi hardware, 1 am ! etter pre­
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Go to Morris Bros, for stationery.
pared tin U t ier to give my customers
— AT—
T hat r ise r .
This is indeed beautiful summer
low pi ices. Write for prices or call and
F lorence ,
L ank C o ’ nty ,
O regon weather.
D E A LE R S IN ALL K IN D S C F S T A P L E A fiD
see i ■ ods.
At Seaton on the Fourt'i «very tiling
The “ Annual” 4th of July celebration promises a grand goo I time for all.
F. L. CiiAMBKHs, Eugene, !
FA N C Y G R O C E R IE S .
Ik. F . A L L E Y , E d it o r a u d P r o p r i e t o r
at tlie Lakes.
The Seaton Literary Society has ar­
See tlie (Kislers for file excursion on ranged this celebration, and will leave
A. R. General Lyons Poet, No. 58. '
Very Truly,
nothing undone that will add to the en­
tlie Kobarts.
meets after the first quurter oi tlie .
-T kkmb : $2.00 a year in advance.
R. E. Mulcahy,
O F L A T E S T P A T T E R N S A N D C H O IC E S T
joyment
of
their
guests
on
that
occasion.
moon,
linear month.
Keaton will not be outdone in her cel­
General Supt.
G. W. C raven , Commander, j
All are cordially invited to attend and
FA B R IC S —IM M E N S E S T O C K .
ebration
on
the
4th.
Enterad at tlie post-office at Florence,
This letter and the fact disclosed by ( B. F. Alley, Adjutant.
partake of tlie hospitality of tlie Liter­
Lune county, Oregou, as second-class
the assessor, that no part of the Robarts
The Mary Gilbert was towed to sea by
ary Society at Seaton, and we can
•nail matter.
the tug on Wednesday.
is owned by parties in Florence, throw
promise tiiat in this part none w ill la*
NEW TO-DAY.
Choice fresh meat always on band at disappointed. Tlie Fourtli of July at material light on tlie unexplained fact
IS R E P L E T E IN ALL IT S V A R IO U S LZNES,
ADvearisisG baths made known on AH- Marr A Salley’s market.
1 that vessels were retained in this jsirt
Seaton is to tie a day for a ll! Nothing
PLICATION.
C
L O T H IN G , H A T S A N D C A P S .
for
a
mouth
lietore
the
tug
would
tow
FOR
S
A
L
E
.
Local n o tice s 8 ce n ts per lin e , each Insertion.
If von want to be in the crowd, go to in any part of the program but invites
them
to
sea.
Yaquina on the Kobarts.
A line farm of ltij acres situated on
tlie hearty applause of all people who
S hot in the S hocldeu .—An old (end
tlie Lakes South from Florence. Tliis
Cushman's mill is about to close oper­ love their country. It is to be tlie peo­
ranch
is mostly ulder and vine mat.ii
existing between Riley Mills and Frank
ple’s day! A day to celebrate and a
ations for a while, it is said.
bottom laud, having nearly a mile laki
FOR B O T H L A D IE S A N D G E N T L E M E N . B E S T
Gilman, of South Slough, about a young
frontage. Ten acres under < ultivatioi
Only $4 for round trip tickets on the day of enjovm nt and instruction.
Judy, culuiiuated in the shooting of Gil­
S
T O C K IN F L O R E N C E .
BY
OUR
KKGULAR
COMTRIBVTOKf*.
ami 5 more slashed ; a good orchard jusi
Tlie program will be complete ill its
man by Mills on Wednesday last past. Robarts to Yaquina on the 4tb.
come into bearing; 5 looms in a (rami
details and published in tlie grand
P O IN T T E R RACE.
house that is ceiled and papered; good
Get your tickets early for the excur­ posters. Ttiere w ill he the reading of
Both tlie parties interested in the affair
out-buildings, and stock of all kinds will
are said to be reticent when asked for sion on the Robarts July 4th.
the Declaration of Independence, short
i tie sold witii the place at reasonable pri­
Strawberries are plentiful just now.
facts, Gilman refusing to inform tlie
Excursion to Seaton on Sunday with orations by Professor T. M. Martin and
ces if desired. Price of farm, $2000; on«
Mrs.
Falrweatber
came
up
to
Point
half cash and reasonable time given fui
physician in what position be was when plenty of strawberries ut the finish.
Honorable B. F. Alley, of Florence, and
Terrace on Friday last for a few hours’ balance. Apply for further particulars
the bail bit him. We were told that
Marr A Safley have a supply of choice others; patriotic songs by members of „lay.
ut this office.
Gilman knocked Mills down and pro­ salt meats, and fresh bologna sausage.
tlie Literary Society and public school,
There was preaching here on Sunday
ceeded to pummel him, w ben Mills
Job work bus been tlie order of every and a host of interesting features too
AN E X C E L L E N T F A R M .
afternoon and evening, by Rev. Albert
called a bait on such proceedings by draw­ day during the past week in this office. numerous to mention here.
Robinson. Infant baptist" in the after­
ing a small pistol from bis pocket and
About seven miles up tlie Siuslaw
refreshments .
Take a whiff of one of those pure Ha­
river from Florence, ami situated on tlie
noon.
shooting Gilman. Ur. Wiley, win» was
ena
6c
cigars
ut
the
Florence
Drug
The
ladies
and
children
will
be
the
bottom
lands of the river, is one of the
called te dress the wound, states tiiat it
Mesdamea W A. C o. ~.,'l 0. W. Hurd best farms in Lane county. For grain
special guests of the Society and will lie
is not serious, and so far us lie could as­ store.
and little Marguerite took quite an out­ or pasture land it is unexcelled, and
Tickets for the excursion to Yaquina furnished refreshment* at noon free ing on tlie river Monday ..ist. They the best proof that it produces the finest
certain the ball did nut lodge in tlie
from
charge.
Candy,
nuts,
raisins
and
on
the
4th,
can
be
purchased
of
Meyer
body. No arrests.
took a trip down to tiie mouth iu the varieties of fruit, is that there is grow­
other good tilings which delight and
ing a large orchard consisting of tin
A Kyle.
forenoon, and visited Poiut Terrace in choicest kinds of Iruit-trees now in
A R emonstrance .—Doctor Sanbert is
brighten
the
lives
of
the
little
folks
will
Keep your eyes open for tlie posters
the afternoon.
healing. Tins farm will be Bold as s
circulating a remonstrance, which is be­
be furnished free. Bring your children
or in ten, five or one acre tracts
Work will soon be brought to a close whole
ing generally signed, in opposition to and program of services at Seaton on and see what tlie Seaton Literary Soci­
to suit purchasers. Write tot). F. Ken
tlie 4Hi!
here
at
the
quarry.
The
last
scow
of
booming the upper Siuslaw river by a
nedy, Florence, Oregon, for particular«
ety can do to entertain and please them.
Monday the Robarts came in from Ya-
rock is being loaded, and tlie govern­ aud prices.
company. People here are not averse
LEMONADE.
to any good corporation taking in hand qoina carrying 10 passengers and 30 tons
ment property is being listed and pre­
n a a K -jiw iB gLTiL-’ zsa.-,-.
-
This delightful beverage, enjoyed so pared for storing away for use in a fu­
tlie clearing and otherwise improving °* freiglit.
LA N E C O U N T Y , O R E G O N .
tlie river for speedy log running to this j A large numlier of our people will join much on a 4th of July, will be found at ture appropriation.
To persons desiring reliable inform
bay, nor have they any objections to the the Yaquina citizens in their celcbra- a stand and FREE to all.
Mr. and Mrs. Nasou Harwood expect iitioii regarding tlie wonderful resources
RACES.
building of boom and paying toll lor its tion on the 4th.
to return to their home in Glenada . of Lane county, or for prices mid terms
Liberal prizes are to be given for shortly after tlie work closes. They of grain, stock or fruit farms in tlie
uses, but it appears that this company
Honorable Henry E. McGinn will de­
Willamette Valley or town property
in its application to the commissioners’ liver tl,e Fourtli of July oration at Cor- races, and many will be the contestants. will, however, make a abort visit to I j either
in Eugene or Florence, v.e recoin-
conrt for a charter, do not bind them- vallis, says tlie Gazette.
Come out and bring your wives anil tlieir ranch, to look alter the chipmunks mend you to correspond with E. J. Fra-
selves to do any thing but collect toll.
M ore A non .
sier, secretary and manager of tlie Lane
The bald-headed American eagle will children, your sweethearts and beaux, aud strawberries.
------------------------
j Co. Land & Loan Co , Eugene, Oregon.
Many were hoping that tlie new compa­ begin to flap his broad wings at Yaquina your broadest smiles and best wishes
GLENTENA.
Send for one of their latest «lescriptive
ny bad asked anil granted such privi­ when the Robarts gets there.
for everybody. Programs, from w hich
--------
i circulars. Read their ad. iu another
leges as are consonant with the rights of
a small idea may be gleaned of tlie good
Misses Eva Fowler and Pitner, of \ part of this paper.
For vehicles at a reasonable price, or
tlie people.
time to be had on tliis occasion, will ap­ Walton, visited at Jason Neely’s Sun­
any tiling needed on a farm, write or see
pear in a few days. Look out for them. day.
G baxd E xclusion .—For the first lime
The greatest of all medical discover-
F. L. C hambers , Eugene.
C ommittee .
we all have a chance to go abroad and
U. B. Sutherland went out to Elmira ies, which is composed from choicest
Remember tlie strawberry festival
celebrate our Natal Day. The steamer given by tlie Methodist Mite Society in
Friday, with his pack train, for a load oi roots and tierbs, is tlie Egyptian Regu-
F O U R T H O F J U L Y A T T H E LAKES.
Robarts is to take tlie people of Florence the Westcott building on Saturday eve­
supplies.
J tator Tea. A speedy and positive cure
F u l l P r o g r a m m e o f .E x e r c is e s a n d F e s ­
A. M. Richardson weat to Eugene ! ,or <:<”'»« ¡patmn, dispepsia, liver co.n-
to Yaquina on tlie 3.1 and return on tlie ning.
t iv it ie s th a t C an b e E n jo y e d a t
5th of July. Thia will not only give us
Sunduy to get a load of supplies to take ' Plaint' eick bead ,lrl,e- ,,ervou''
•
Florence needs a good grocery store.
a trip on tlie ocean, but give us a chance
to head of tide, for a man who has lo- a,,d consumption. If you wmit to know
" O u r A n n u a l.'*
For
terms,
rent
on
store
building,
etc.,
to witness tlie celebration us arranged
cated on North Fork.
i a11 t,,e «uod
‘ld> T‘‘». try »
At a meeting of tlie citizens of Clear
,
,, ! bottle. Call on Mrs. S. A. Ackerley, sole
by our sister town up tlie coast. Since write Geo. M. Miller, Fairmount,
Oregon.
A. M. Thurman went to the valley agent, Florence, Oregon.
Lake, and others, held at tlie houso of
this excursion Ins been arranged, a large
Some parties have asked us I ioat our James Nelson, to organize for the “ An­ last Saturday to bring Mrs. Thurman
number of people in and around Flor­
ence have stated to us tiiat they will be watch doctor pronounces bis name. It nual Celebration” of July 4th, on tlie home. She has been visiting a few days
Accent tlie ground set apart for this purpose, James with relatives in Junction City and vt- .
of the party. A grand excursion it is and j *n H’’* wnJ' • Col-les
C. Flint was called to tlie chair and J. cinity.
first syllable
it will be enjoyed by many.
In regard to Sis asking some one to
M arried .—In Florence, on June 18, Elliott Wilson was elected secretary.
T eachers ’ I nstitute .—Profs. John
The following officers and committees tell what June showers will bring, my
* * Wholesale and Retail
181)3, by Justice Chamberlin, Mr. Harry
M. Williams and D. V. 8. Reed, togeth­
answer is, very naturally, that ttiey j
Sawyer and Mrs. Sadie Compton, both were elected:
er with Superintendent Stevenson, will
Marshal.................Charles E. Harwood bring hotli satisfaction and dissatisfac­
of Acme, Oregon.
W e laid out the original town site of FLO REN CE, including the
conduct an institute and summer school
tion, as it is just about the eveut of hay­
Standard
Bearer...............
Charles
David
Meyer
A
Kyle
are
receiving
orders
for
for teachers, in Eugene, from July l'Jtli
ing.
L eading Brands for
to August Util inclusive. As this school butter Hiid can dispose of a large quan­ Director of Navigation .. J. L. Furnish
IL H. Fisk, A. M. Richardson and I
is for the purpose of advancing and edg­ tity. All the surplus product can be
Decoration Committee.
left Gleutena last Wednesday, the 14th,1
ing and intensifying the education of marketed for cash by this firm.
Mesdaines Nelson, Gibbs, Butler, Flint, to go south-west through the mountains
teachers, the better fitting them to ben­
The Robarts wus inspected at her last Harwood, Carle and Martin.
to Mr. F isk’s road camp, somewhere in
efit future generations and earn the' trip to Yaquina and tlie number of pass­
Table Committee.
tiie vicinity of the head of Knowles’ |
wages, a large number of Lane county engers she is allowed to carry at one
Mesdaines Harwood, Gibbs, Dale, Fin- creek. After arriving at the divide be­
instructors should attend. As tlie tui­ time was raised to forty persons.
sterwnldcr, Shrum, Brewster. Misses tween wliat is known here as Wait’s
si:----- May be Found in— :¡:
tion is only $1, none need remain
Remember tiiat Marr A Safley sell Harwood, Erliart, Gibson, Miles and and Turner’s creeks, it began raining
away on that score.
first-class meat of all kinds and will de­ Johnson.
quite considerably, and the fog was so Celebrated JeHge Moore whiskey.
R oad S urveyed .—Surveyor A. R. But- liver it at any point, either up or down
dense that one could scarcely see any
Committee
on
Coffee.
tolpli lias just completed the survey of the river, free of charge. Send them
The ('rale O rchard Sour Maali
And offer lots in them part« front 350 to 8500.
Mesdnntes Flint, Wilkes, Furnish, But­ thing. Mr. Fisk saw and recognized a
the road, in Douglas county, to connect your order.
clump
of
fir
timber
on
a
high
eminence
I
ler,
Colvin
and
Mitcliell.
with one in Lane county, thus forming
S entenced for one Y ear .—Charles
and said it was in a north-westerly Ji- 1 Genuine Old Castle Bourbon
Committee on Music.
a continuous liigbway from Glenada to ■ a . Tanner, who was arrested for appro-
rection from his camp, and lie was satis­
,- T h e O P. 8. Pony—s
Gardiner. It is stated that when tiiat printing for his own use school money, Mesdaines Fremont, David, Moys, Cox, fied flint lie could Und the camp alright, I
part of tlie road newly opened shall have has been sentenced to the penitentiary Dawson, Parker, Wilson,
Rogers, we having, according to Mr. Fisk’s
been sufficiently improved to admit of for one year,
(Frank) Miller and Misses Forsyth. notes, gone one-half the distance witii , Ever Refreshing Cold Storage Beer at 5
Cents a Glass Awaits Your Order.
travel w ith teams, Mr. Barrett, w ill carry
Tlie old axiom that “ one thing calls Messrs. Fremont, David, Thomas, Par­ him, as lie said that his camp wus iu 2 '
Hie mail over that route. Such an ar­ (or another,” bus its exemplification in ker, Wilson, Frank Rogers, Pond, Rick- and 3, tow nship 19, 9 west. Thia being Call for an Imported or Domestic Cigar.
rangement would greatly benefit the tlie life of Peter, tlie Poet. He was seeker and Colvin.
township 18, 8 west, would make the
And You Will be Satisfied.
people here.
F or sale but every lot we offer in located near and in the IntsinesH
ORDER Of EXERCISES.
married recently and now is building
camp about three miles south and two
May tiiat household Music...................Star Spangled Banner miles west of this place. After eating EUGENE,
Do not A pprove .—The Albany Demo­ a fine resilience.
OR.
crat contains a number of resolutions be tlie happiest in Klamath Land.
Prayer ............................ Rev. Robinson our dinner, we provided Mr. Fisk with
center and will bring good rental, if improved
passed by ciiurch people of that city
A Cresswell letter written for the Declaration Indp. Mrs. C. E. Harwood a gun und provisions and then separated,
he
going
in
the
direction
of
the
camp
against the national game of bail being Junction City Time», commences with: “ Our Natal Day” .................. Rev. Moys
and we returning home by way of Tur­
played in Albany on Sunday.
Chris­ “ Gentlemen and citizens of Lane coun­ Oration.........
ner’s ereek. That was not exactly our
tian people are admonished not to at- ty .” It is interesting to know if tlie Recitation. .
WRITE US FOR PRICES, MAPS AND DESCRIPTIONS.
tend, but, withal, it would be interesting gentlemen are not citizens of Lane
...................Mrs. H. Moys route home when we left Mr. Fisk, but)
there was so much fog, you know.
reading if the Albany papers would pub- county or the citizens are not gentle-
MUSIC.
(JL'ILL DaiV K R
lish the names of all professing religion men of Lane county.
Recitation...
found witnessing the game._
Tlie n)en W||O ttre woriijng hard and
C E O . M . M I L L E R & Co.,
FÂIRMGUWT, O r e .
Recitation . . ........... Geo. L. Houghton
PERSONALS.
R ailroad F are .—The Southern Pa- expending money to gather the best
MUSIC.
cific’s fare to Chicago, from Eugene, on evidence of the wealth of this country,
Miss Fannie Reynolds, of Yaquina,
Recitation.. ....... ...............Drew Severy
closely timed round trip tickets, is $70.70 in raw materials, to give to the outside
cousin of Engineer Mort Loll is, came in
Recitation
.
.................Juines
Furnish
for first-class, and $50.50 aeconfl-clnss. world, are severely criticised ut home by
Recitation . . . . Muster Eddie Furnish on tug Robarts and will remain until
i t x r i nrt r=re
F ora ticket to return via. Sun Fran- imine people who do little else but c riti­
July 3d, then return on the same boat.
MUSIC.
cise.
Do-minghts
are
always
overrun­
cisco and Los Angeles, is $120. These
Mrs. Mary Lollis, mother of Engine«*
Invocation . . ...................Rev. Robinson Lollis, came here on the Robarts Mun­
tickets are good for nine months after ning with criticisms.
sale.
At tlie wedding services pronounced by Dinner . . .
day to visit her son. She is a welcome
Too M any 7 H ead B n M - b extra ¡Justice Chamberlin recently, the cus-
A SIIBOItHUUL
MUSIC.
guest of Florence, particularly so as
liead rule in this issue of T he W est , will tom of "'“king remarks and saluting the Recitation . .
Mort Lollis is a favorite with all who
abow how seemingly foolish and inexcus­ bride were turned over to M. F. Parker, Recitation. . ...................Willie Gibson know him.
able mistakes will get into some part of it is reported that tlie speech was a Recitation ..
C. I). Kennedy; s * oilier conductor
the paper when every one employed is model in oratorical perorations, while Song...............
on the O. P. R. R., ame to Florence
tlie
kiss
tiiat
followed
was
one
of
those
crowded with work. Printers, of course,
Whither are we Drifting, Rev. Robinson Monday last and dr larted Wednesday
burrowing, clinging kind that always
understand how such things happen.
Song................................................ America for Coos hay via. Barrett’s stage.
W c have opened a first-ehiHS
results in a loud report at its conclusion.
Benediction............................ Rev. Moys
Mrs. F. E. Fremont was in Florence Meat M arket at
Curinati’H old
S killful O peration .—A few days It is needless to state tiiat Mrs. Parker
J. E lliott W ilson , “ Tlie Silent,”
on Tuesday, and the large invoice ol stand, and we will supply the pub­
since Dr. Wiley performed a plastic was ut home aud interesting to note that
TO­
Secretary. butter site brought was sold in a twink­
operation upon the harelip of W. W. tlie bride was seventy.
lic with Beef, Pork, M utton of the
ling.
ROUTE S H O R T E N E D .
Bay, a young man of this place. So
It tins generally been admitted that
nicely was the lip closed and stitched, the Lillian lacked power sufficient to tow
That gentleman, who Is always wel­ C H O IC E S T
S E L E C T IO N S
(hat it will he difficult to detect tlie scar a Government scow, loaded with rock, I From tiie D a ily Guard.
comed in Florence, Dr. O. F. Kenneily,
The following letter was received from
At
when it becomes healed.
to the jetty. But tiie other day a scow the Oregon Pacific officials to the com­ might have been seen on our streets
Monday.
Reasonable Prices.
R ailsoad E. yccrsiox .—The Oregon must go down the river at once and the pany’s agent in this city yesterday, j
J. C. Brown, who lias been in clinrge
Pacific Railroad Company will run an Roberts at Yaquina. So the Lillian was June 19:
of tlie government quarry at Point Ter­
excursion train from Yaquina to Albany "steamed up,” and hitched to a rock
G eo . F. C haw ,
Florence. Or.
Dear Sir:—Tliis company , race, lias returned to bis home in Flor­ Bay Bros.,
on the 4th and 5th of July, and will loaded scow at the quarry which was
A ll of this property is w ith in the corpciate lim its of the
make connections w it ii steamer Robarts. towed down the river against tide and has made arrangements witii tiie tug ence.
safely
landed
at
the
wharf
at
the
mouth
If. B. Kenuiston is to take charge of
RolMirts to ply lietween Newport, and
Only half fare for the round trip.
ol tlie Siuslaw. The little steamer sur- Florence, Acme and Seaton, on the Si­ government property at the quarry dur­
town «ml lots w ill lx* sclilat prices ran^inir fioui
G one E lsewhere .—All crafts coming prised them ail.
uslaw, also between Newport, Waldport, ing suspension of work.
here regularly for lumber, have been ; The ,jrHt ¡nvojce of our citizens, who
pot on other routes. Their long deten- at,Cnded tlie World’s Fair, to return, is
tion liere, on tlieir last trip, is being
(j Behnke. He rejxirts tlie display
criticised by «oiptains as unwarranted, gjmply marvelous, and all,OF nearly all
hence tlieir refusal to return.
the states in the Union have good build­
ings except Oregon. He states that the I
W ork to S top .—All work on the jetties
building erected by tlie state of Wash­
C O P Y R IG H T « , e t o J
closes on Saturday following, and one
_ I t frn^T!an<fbAr*k writ» to
For Informât inn and
ington attracts more than ordinary at-;
_________
□.. *>l 1II5MAHWA Y. y»tw Yofcff.
• ('‘h
year will lapse before ony thing can be
Oldeat »urean for •»< u r in g patent* in Anipro'B,
tention, built as it is from native woods. I
Krerv pfttent taken out by ua la frronrht bei-.r»
further done even if Congress appro­
W rite for plat ami descriptive cii c ala r to
the public by »n otice given free of ebarge in tb<
Whenever Mr. Behnae was asked from
priates money at its next session.
what state lie came, the party making
A B ill .—Tlie celebration at Seaton the inquiry would slowly and reflectively
Largest circulation o f any sci«$Mltc paper in the
will close with fire-works and a grand repeat Mr. Behnke’s reply: "'Oregon,
world. PpleiKlidly illa*trute<i. <-No in tellig en t.
man should be without if.
-
Thé Only Pure Créant <if''T«rtor-Pass>jer.7-.N4xgLaABMi*lBb Alum .
ball. It is the only place on the river -----Oregon,’ — oh, is not that the I
! tlJ O MX Hioiiti.« A u d r e t ^ i *
-------AMA 3 « 1 Bruauway. Lew
state where* the crank Pennoyer lives?”
»liere von o n dance on the 41 li.
Used in Millions of Homes— 40 Years the Standard.
— PUBLISHED KVEUY
FRIDAY MORNING.—
G.
CORRESPONDENTS’ NEWS.
DRY GOODS
0
CENTS’ D EPAR TM EN T
0
B O O T S and S H O E S
0
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THE FIR-CLAD CITY.
Is situated on the P a c ific C oast in Lane
County, and on a
bee line” W e s t f.om
N ew York and C h ica g o , where v/e have
LOTS FOE SALf
W. M. R E N S H A W ,
L IQ U O R D E A L E R .
Medica], Mectaica/
aid Sacramental Pnrposes,
W A TER FRONT,
NO WILD (’AT PROPERTY
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