The West. (Florence, Lane County, Or.) 1890-1921, September 22, 1893, Image 3

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    T H E
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of Trustees, Recorder and Marshal as is a recent letter he expresses great delight
tnv.. Imerican Farmer. »
necessary to carry on the respective bus­ over the advent of a little grandson horn lG-puge journal will he sent free to
at Pleasant Hill, August 31st, to Mr. a i the Bjbsei'ibera «•■£ T he W w t
iness of each.
(io to Morris Bros, for stationery.
— PUBLISHED KVKHY FRIDAY MOKNISQ.—
and Mrs. W. 1,. Bristow.
Approved August 9. 1803.
who pay one yeti, s subscription
2V monthly magazine and thia paper
— AT—
D E A L E R S IN A L L K i.N D S C F . S T A P L E A N D
B. F. A i ley ,
in advance. T his liberal otter ap­
P O IN T T E R R A C E .
for
<2,00.
F lorence ,
L ane C ounty ,
O regon
President.
plies alike to till old ¡is well as
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A N C Y G R O C E R IE S .
The G. A. Ii. Boat meets Saturday af­
Editor W est .—Perhaps a few lines new patrons. Kenieuiher it costs
PASTORAL W O R K .
ternoon.
from
Point
Terrace
would
he
acceptable
you only two dollars for two pa­
II. If. A L L E Y , K d ito r uuil P r o p r ie to r .
this week, but dear me! what can a pers. Sample copies can be seen
DRY GOODS
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The ('o.uiopofjfan magazine and T he
Now that Rev. Robinson, pastor of
body find to write about? We are very at this office.
W est for <2.00.
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staid folks about here, and nothing Inip-
W. E. Warren and wife went to Eu­ close his labors among us, it will be a
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matter of interest, to people abroad, at
making any item of. You have already
B A R G A IN S . B A R G A IN S .
Entered at the post-office at Florence,
least, to read the results of his work.
Bring
us
some
wood
and
thus
pay
for
beard of our doings, until you know us
Lane county, Oregon, us ttecond-class
GENTS’ D EPAR TM EN T
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Will
sell lots in Acme from <25 to <60.
This
resume
will
cover
the
lapse
of
four
your home paper.
mall matter.
! by h eart; how our crops look; who is
Will sell lots in Chicago addition to
IS R E P L E T E JIN A L L IT S V A R IO U S L IN E S .
The State fair this year was not a years and in a sparsely settled country married; who is fishing; who have built Florence cheap and on easy terms.
where nut achurch organization had ever
success financially.
\V. A. COS.
an addition to their house, barn or hen
C L O T H IN G , H A T S A N D C A P S .
been mude or a church edifice erected.
ADVERTISING RATE« MADE KNOWN ON AP­
house; who comes this way visiting,
Read our ad. about the Cosmopolitan
PLICATION.
The stepping stone to all Christian
NO TIC E T O M E R C H A N T S .
Local notices 8 cents per line, each Insertion and the T iie W est .
work is the Sabbath-School. Gt these iStC. etc.
B O O T S and S H O E S
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Now
if
only
I
possessed
the
terseness
There is a large deficit in the hop Rev. Robinson has organized 10 with an
All freight ordered shipped through
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average attendance, of all the schools of "Me No Sabo,” the philosophy of me from San Francisco will he charged
The, Cosmopolitan, the crop in Germany this year.
S T O C K IN F L O R E N C E .
G. R. Buss is moving from Mercer every Sabbath, of 200 scholars. For the “ Sam” or the pleasing versatility of "Gail at the rate of Four dollars per ton.
best m onthly pit 1)1 is he it in lake to his farm on Maple ereek.
I Sabbath-School at Florence, the Pastor Maker,” 1 might find something to say
C. W. F arnam ,
the United States, and The Mortis Bros, have new apples, lemons, has secured a library consisting of over if it was not very newsy.
14 California St., Room 4,
A
suggestion
of
iters
in
a
recent
W
est
West will be sold at t h is o f ­ oranges and watermelons for sale.
200 volumes without cost to the church
San Francisco, California.
regarding a fair to be held each fall,
fice fo r $2.00 per year. Frank Sweet and family have moved or people.
Three Presbyterian churches have struck me as a good idea. It seems to
The price o f the Cosmopoli­ from Point Terrace to Florence to reside. been
Minnesota Hotel, in Eugene, Is one
established under Rev Robinson’s ■ me that we are now sufficiently advanced
t a n is $1.60, and you yet
Mrs. Geo. Brainard has returned from pastorate, and he has secured from the to have an annual exhibit of the prod i block from depot. Kates, <1 per day.
The West free. This offer her trip to Chicago and the World’s church erection fund <500 dollars for the ucts of our valley, end,..g, perhaps, with All white help. This hotel has been re­
we m ake to all new sub­ Fair.
Florence church, <500 for the Point Ter­ a harvest feast or festival, to raise funds fitted and newly furnished. Patronize
it.
scribers, fo r a short period J. L. Tanner has just completed the race church and <500 for the Luke for premiums.
painting of J. A. McLeod’s house up the Creek church, a total of <1,500 for the
There
could
he
a
showing
of
fine
live
I
o n ly .
river.
N O T IC E .
three. The church edifice at Florence stock, poultry, vegetables, fruits and I
A fierce fire is raging in the forests of I js completed and out of debt ; those at flowers. Tiie ambition of tbe producers '
W E S T L IN G S .
Wisconsin, destroying timber, houses Point Terrace and Lake Creek are on would be stimulated and the ladies j To whom it may concern :
I hereby warn all parties that I will
and
many lives.
, the road to completion.
would vie with each other in producing
N oyil P icture F rame .—At the store of
not be responsible for any debts con­
don’t
forget
to!
There
has
been
admitted
to
ntemher-
a beautiful floral exhibit. It may be too
Watch the tide and
Hurd & Davenport may be seen a pic­
tracted by my wife, Cynthia Morris.
ture frame, 20x32 inches, made of 1100 bring your watches to G. B. Colies, the [ ship in these churches as follows: l orty- late this year, but every thing would be
J ohn W. M orris .
four
in
the
Florence
church,
fourteen
just in trim for another fall. If our
pieces of wood, so ingeniously notched popular watch doctor of Florence.
Dated
Sept.
11,
1893.
Hurd & Davenport have just received I in the Point Terrace church and thir­ worthy Mayor would call a meeting of
together that it is not only beautiful to
look at, but as solid as if made of one a large invoice of ladies’ missed and teen in the Lake Creek church. Total, tiie citizens, the matter could soon be
A CO O D T E A M A N D W A C O N .
' eeventy-ono.
decided whether “to be or not to be.”
piece of timber. The frame work is gents' shoes and boots.
During the period of which we speak,
James
Fairweather lias a good span
They
do
Bay
that
“
Me
No
Sabe”
is
about four inches wide, comprising three
Since the creation of Lincoln county,
terraced rows, the two outer being deep­ Congressman Hermann represents 17 Rev. Robinson has baptized 10 adults, very busy these days pulling in the fislt of horses, each weighing about 1200
15 infants; performed 11 marriage cere­ and the ducats, so if his pen rests quietly pounds, a good harness and wagon,
er than the inner, and the three form­ counties and Congressman Ellis 15.
monies and preached 21 funeral sermons. upon the rack nowadays, I must excuse which he offers for sale on reasonable
ing an inner curve. But the most aston­
The Ainsworth National Bank of Port­
A pastor of any church who opens the him. But “ Sam!” Why is his silvery terms. Enquire of tbe owner at Gov­
ishing part of all is, it was entirely made land, and the First National Bank of
with a common pocket knife, and not a East Portland have resumed business. j doors of a Christian life and Christian voice silent? If he lias departed from ernment jetty.
Is situated on'.thelPacific L C o a s fin X a n e
fellowship in a community where the his usual haunts, could he not have
nail, or glue, nor any other substance
j
Habits
of
the
people
have
estranged
!
The
Misses
Mary
and
Luella
Neely
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found an Elisha upon whose shoulders
save its own wood forms any part of its
construction, and the joints are so per­ have gone to the McKenzie river to visit \ them from Christian organizations, and i he could have thrown his mantle?
C
ounty,
and
on
a
“
bee
line”
W
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s
t from
A fine farm of 160 acres situated on
fect that they are not discoverable with­ friends and w ill be absent about three where sermons, perhaps, were of yearly | Judging by myself, I think tbe readers the Lakes South from Florence. Tliis
occurrence, who, for any honorable I of T he W est enjoy hearing from its
out the use of magnifying glass. It is weeks.
ranch is mostly alder and vine maple
Florence needs a good grocery store. reason, leaves such a report as here pre­ correspondents as often as possible.
the work of M. E. Talbot, of Ileceta
liottoni land, having nearly a mile lake N ew York and C h icag o , where w e have
sented
to
his
successor,
may
go
without
Head, and lie was just one month in For terms, rent on store building, etc.,
“ Gail Maker” is faithful and to the frontage. Ten acres under cultivation
write Geo. M. Miller, Fairmount, a blush of shame. But when the life of point as well as amusing.
building it.
and 5 more slashed ; a good orchard just
a minister under such circumstances
Oregon.
M ore A xon .
come into bearing; 5 rooms in a frame
L ight -H ouse C ompleted .—Mr. W. I.
and surroundings has been exemplary;
We want wood on subscriptions. It
house that is ceiled and papered ; good
AN E X P L A N A T IO N .
Ball, firm of Bail & Leman, Portland,
when lie has followed his vocation with
out-buildings, and stock of all kinds will
stepped into our office last Friday and seems to us that those owing for the pa­ the intent of doing good ; when he has
Irving,
Or.,
August
29,
1893.
be sold with tbe place nt reasonable pri­
infonued us that his contract for build­ per should supply this office with wood stood in homes and in the pulpit with
Editor W est .—Replying to your edito­
ing the Heceta light-house is com­ sufficient to pay the debt.
words indicative of his Christian convic- rial two weeks ago in relation to the re­ ces if desired. Price of farm, <2000; one
Dr. W. T. Crocker, surgical and operas I tions; when lie has almost begged from
half cash and reasonable time given for
pleted and accepted by the Government.
port of the investigating committee, per­
balance. Apply for further particulars
Mr. Ball was settling all accounts pre­ tlve dentist, residence, Waldport, Ore., I door to door for funds to build a house
mit tne to say that the published report
at tliis office.
paratory to leaving for home in a few will be at the Hotel Morris, Florence, where his Master’s cause may be
of the committee, to which you refer,
days. This firm not only erected the September 26, 18113 for one week.
preached, as Reverend Robinson has was not made without due consideration.
AN E X C E L L E N T F A R M .
light-house tower, but built the Govern­
Still they come to the popular Watch done, he tnay depart from such labors,
The employment of an expert by the
ment road to Heceta ns well, and it is Doctor of Florence with clocks, jewelry either by death or removal, with the as­
About seven miles up tiie Sittslaw
i committee to continue the investigation
river from Florence, and situated on tbe
commendable that no fault lias been and watches for repair. There is room surance that it will be a golden leaf in
after the published report, was for the
found with their work by government left for all sick watches to be cured.
itis history read by honorable men and purpose of detailed and itemized ac- bottom lands of tbe river, is one of the
officials nor complaints mude by employ­
best farms in Lane county. For grain
Mrs. R. B. Mills brought some large women.
I counts to put them in proper shape for
or pasture land it is unexcelled, and
es or men here with whom they have plums to tliis office and presented them
evidence.
TSILTCOOS.
dealt. They are a good business firm witli her compliments, and she will
the best proof that it produces the finest
1 fully agree with you that such grave
W e laid out the original tow n site of FLO R EN C E, including tlio
and worthy of confidence. Some time please accept our very best thanks.
A N ew sy t e t t e r f r o m t h e L a k e s—P e r - charges should not be made against a varieties of fruit, is that there is grow­
s o n a i M e n t io n .
in the future we will give a complete
ing a large orchard consisting of the
Kain has fallen in abundant showers
puhlic officer unless- there is sufficient
description of this light-house.
choicest kinds of fruit-trees now in
and when a sufficient comes to swell tbe
B y G ail M aker .
evidence to sustain them, and an effort
bearing. Tliis farm will be sold as a
S idewalk .—Our town is taking a few floods of tbe tributaries of the Stuslaw,
I t’s always the unexpected that hap­ will be made at the coining term of
whole or in ten, five or one acre tracts
steps forward in the line of improve­ the fislt will be abundant in the river. pens, so what is tbe use of expecting?
court to substantiate each one of said
to suit purchasers. Write to O. F. Ken­
ments notwithstanding the financial con­ It is generally understood that there is
The Editor of T he W est was a pleas­ charges.
nedy, Florence, Oregon, for particulars
ditio» of the country is not in a state of a stranger in town that is poor and sick. ant caller at Lakeside on Wednesday
The committee will probably publish
and prices.
prosperity. A plank highway is being Suspose we put into practice tiie teach­ last.
tlieir conclusions as to further actions
laid front T uk W est office along Jeffer­ ings of our sermons and let our charity
Fresh pork should always be served and reiterate the charges already made.
N EW TO-DAY.
son street to Gargnier avenue to Second begin at Florence.
We have nothing to bide from the
with huckleberry sauce, says Mrs. Bruin-
street, where a plank walk will intersect
public
and
no
wish
to
accuse
any
one
J. A Pond sent some of tiie cereals of Bear.
it and be lutd on Second street as far as
falsely.
the Siuslaw to an eastern state, and tliey
The man without a wife or home,
the residence of Mr. Brown. This will
I am, Very Respectfully,
were presented to a large gathering of witli not a foot of sail to call his own, is
And offer lots in these parts front $50 to 8500.-'
give the people residing in the north
Your Friend,
«*•=• Wholesale and Retail •=**
people for inspection, and were viewed tiie one at whom hard times strike the
part of Florence a good sidewalk from
A.
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ennings
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with wonder and astonishment.
hardest blows.
their homes to the business portion of
[The delay in publishing the above
Here is a good way to rid your house
Have you noticed those comets tliat letter is because of our absence. Ed.]
the city. This improvement is all the
of
tbe
worrying
fly.
Step
into
the
Flor­
more commendable for it is being paid
occasionally flash across tiie horizon of
S O R R Y H E DID IT
Lead in g Brands for
ence Ding Store and buy Tanglefoot Fly T iif . W est ? I enjoy their brightness
for by individuals interested.
Paper, three sheets lor 10 cents, and while it lasts, but I would they were
Jeremiah Nunan, one of the bonds­
C ontract A warded .—Jas. Randle, you will Know where to find the flies.
men of Jackson county's defaulting
fixed stars.
the lowest bidder on the blasting and
treasurer,
received a a letter a few days
Joe Morris, Jr., and his fishing com­
Mr. Gibson expects to start to the val- since from Mr. Bloomer, which was
improving the Sjuslaw road at Beecher
panions, brought 228 salmon to Myer & ley the first of next week. Ho is con- written in San Francisco. Mr. Bloomcr
rock, failing to give bonds, the court en­
For sale hut every lot we offer is located near anil in |tlie business
Kyle's cannery last Tuesday morning, ■ j sidering the advisability of exchanging expresses the deepest contrition fur his
tered into contract with Gustave Pet-
This was the result of tbe previous bis Fiddle creek ranch for town property terrible misconduct. He enclosed Mr.
sold, the next lowest bidder, being <550
Nunan a deed for some Portland prop­
s|-_ -.May be Found in-----
night’s catelt and the largest number de­ in Independence.
center and will bring good rental, if im proved“
erty and said he did not know what be­
or 25 cents above that of Itaudle. His
livered by one boat at one time up to
came
of
the
county’s
money,
and
that
sureties are Otto Petzold and Henry
What
is
the
most
aggravating
tiling
tiie given day.
lie intended to return every cent of it if Celebrated Jeune Moore whiskey.
Redman, who qualify in <1000 bonds
on earth? A cow that wont go the way he lived to earn it. He said he had
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th a t the work will be done according to
you want her to. After much expert-| been in the hands of the detectives, but
T he Crale O rchard Sour Mn«h
W R IT E US FO R PR IC E S , M A PS AND D E S C R IP T IO N S .
liis hair had turned white since lie tied
plans and specifications.
The Clietco sailed from this port for mental consideration, Gail Maker has i from
here and his appearance was so
Genuine
Old
Castle
Bourbon
reached
this
“
kine”
conclusion.
PosT-orncR S ite .—M. II. Flint, a V. San Francisco, loaded with lumber.
him by
, . changed
- they - did not recognize
r
Willis Brown lias returned from a trip his photographs. He said he would
S. post-office inspector, from San Fran­
The owner of the Mary Gilbert has
,- T h e O. P. S. P ony-s
cisco, spent Sep. 13th in Eugene, for purchased four cargoes of lumber at tliis to Coos county bringing a fine horse leave America forever the duy the letter
C E O . Ml. M IIL L E R & Co.,
F A IR M 10U N T , Ore.
................ s — s
was
mailed.—
O regonian.
the purpose of permanently locating the place and the sailing vessel named will home ^ ith him. Now, if lie will visit
Ever Refreshing Cold Storage Beer at 5
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
post-office. Two sites are in contempla­ be the craft to carry tiie cut to San Fran some other county and bring a fine road
Cents a Glass Awaits Your Order.
back with him nothing will be wanting Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon, Sep. 11, 1893.
tion, the present quarters in tiie Chris cisco.
Notice Is hereby given that tiie follow tug-named Call for an Imported or Domestic Cigar,
to make him a successful man.
Dtan block, and the other proposed is
settler tiaa filed notieo o f bis Intention to make
Tiie Btcamcr built at Acme, and owned
And You Will be Satisfied.
one of the rooms in the Masonic Temple. by Captain Peregrin, has been launched
What is one man’s loss of grain is an- tinat proof in support of his claim, and that
His decision will probably I c made in a and is receiving the finishing touches of ! other’s gain of fish. As we are the fish- j said proof will be made before ttie Register
and Receiver of the U. H. Land Office, at Rose­ E U C E N E ,
week or two.— G u a r d .
OR.
brush and tools. She will be loaded ers, let it tain. No, let it stop; we don’t j burg, Oregon, on Friday, November 10,1898, viz:
F imr F ish .—A wagon arrived in witli 200,000 feet of lumber and sailed to want to pay a double price for flour. It Hugh Cassidy, on pre-emption It. S. No. 7688,
for the lots t and ft, sec. 8, lot 1 nnd neJz of ne).
Eugene last Thursday morning from San Francisco where her machinery will is a difficult matter, sometimes, to de- sec.
10. tp 1 - 'a . 11 v
| termine how to be most selfish.
Siuslaw loaded with sturgeon, salmon be placed.
He nai
'lie !■ L wti.g witnesses pi prove
Many hundred logs are being put into
I think wo have all enjoyed the tits eon n 00 is res ■ ,oe opon and cultivation
M a rr & S afiey
And perch, which the men said were
•1, John Joyce nnd
the
river
at
the
Tallman
farm
by
Mr.
glimpse
of
the
world’s
fair
as
given
us
of,
wild
out,
viz; j -
caught two days before. The sturgeon
-T h e -
was large and some of the salmon were Wait, and these, together with others, by Mr. Behnke. Now, I hope Mrs. Wilbert Peek. Guiding. ud Peter Cowan of Hui-
plir.r Spring ■ all of ¡« glas county. Oregon.
very large, and as fine looking fish as will furnish the Cushman mill with a Masterson, when she returns, will per­ 8-22-0
-’7
J ohn II. Hticea,
can be found in any market.— J o u r n a l. large amount to cut the coming year. It form her duty and give us a supple­
Register.
is stated that sailing vessels have been ment. It needs must be that some of us
A poplkxy .—Mr. King, tbe restanran-
LANE
COUNTY,
OREGON.
engaged to take tbe future output of this stay at home and see to things, anil it
ter, was struck with apoplexy on Satur­
mitt to other ports.
j seems no more than fair that the fortu­ To persons desiring reliable inform­
day night last, and is not expected to
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nate ones who go should tell us in as ation regarding the wonderful resources
O R D IN A N C E No. 3 .
live.
His family came here on the
vivid a description as possible of the of Lane county, or for prices and terms
steamer last Tuesday and tbe last meet­ An Ordinance to amend an Ordinance
sights they have seen,—and isn’t it grat­ I of grain, stock or fruit farms in the
ing and final parting of that household
entitled “ An Ordinance for an Ordi­ ifying to know tliat after having seen
Willamette Valley or town property
may follow each other in quick success­
nance to provide money for renting tl.e whole world they are ready and anx- ,,ill)t.r in Eugcne or Florence, , e
ion.
building, or room for Board of Trus­ ions to return to tiie Great Siuslaw?
,
„„„ eorregpond with
j . Fra.
tees’ meetings and for Recorder’s
S almon C xtchino .—There are larger
The last we heard of uncle Sam Hand- eier, secretary ami manager of the Lane
court, nnd for furnishing, seating and
numbers of salmon coming into the river
saker lie had donned a w hite apron and Co. Land A Loan Co., Eugene, Oregon.
lighting the same; to procure station­
since the rains lately fallen. Each day
ery, books and such other material for to the hungry denizen« of Junction City, k' Send for one of their latent descriptive
both canneries report increased amount
•ircular«. Read their ad. in another
All of this property is within the corporate limits of the
canned, and if tliis state of affairs con­ Board of Trustees, Recorder and Mar­ an occupation much to his “ taste.” In * part of tliis paper.
shal as is necessary.”
tinue, day and night shifts will be re­
quired to can the catch.
T n e T o w n o f F lo re n c e d o n
O rd a in an
B R IE F L Y
M E N T IO N E D .
>1
THE FIR-CLAD CITY.
LOTS TOE, SALE!
WATER FRONT,
W. M. RENSHAW,
L IQ U O R D E A L E R .
NO WILD CAT PROPERTY
icab
FLOWER
HOME
Is the Name of
GALLAGHER’S ADDITION
co
L O R , E ' j \ TC E c o
▲ snnorcuuts.
B irthday P arty .—Thomas
Neely
gave a party at the resilience of his fath­
er at Seaton in honor of his 2lst birth­
day, on last Saturday night, and there
were about ten couples present who
daneed and had an enjoyable time gen­
erally.
R cturned H our .—Elmer Gray, of
Eugene, who has hail charge of T iie
W kst office during the absence of the
editor, returned home on Saturday last.
BUTCHERS.
fo llo w » :
Section 1. That section 1 of the above
entitled ordinance be amended so as to
read as follows:
Section 2. There shall be appropria­
ted, out of the general fund id tbe town
of Florence, not other« i.e provided tn r ,
the euin of twenty-live : >25.00) dollars,
which sum shall lie expended, or so
much of it as is necessary, for renting
building, or rooms for meetings of the
Board of Trustees and for Recorder’!
Jahn Whitman and family have court, and for furnishing, seating and
moved to Tillamook, where they will be lighting the same; to procure stationery
engaged in keeping a boarding house.
books and such other material for Board
i
I
D-PRICE'S
town and lots will he sold at prices I'aiuxiiiiX from
$6 to $50
B e e f,
Z P is h t,
G am e,
F ru -its ,
V e g s ts ü D l© ; L«=t
Write for plat and descriptive circular to
The only I ure Cream of Tartar I’owder.—No Ammonia; No Alum. S
Used in Millions of Homes—40 Years the Standard.
F lo ro n o o
O ro g o n
A. E. GALLAGHER
O O
Euneiie, Orcirou.