The West. (Florence, Lane County, Or.) 1890-1921, February 14, 1896, Image 2

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    W edneadny C aptain T hom as Steear,
of Point Ternn-e, purriiased of G eorge
II. C olter, of Glenaffa, a o n e-th ird in­
— FUBIJMHKD KVXKY FRIDAY MUBXISO.—’ terest in th e ste am er Lillian for *800.
— AT —
T he la Li er gent Leman paid $l/»00 lor tl*e
F lobjcxcb ,
L ank C ount v,
O bxoon sam e in terest, and th e present sale is
e»»nsi.lered very low.
T he rem aining
I*, f . a l u v . c a i u r »•<< Fr»prb»<«*r stock is owned by M eyer <fc Kyle.
O ur people are grow ing more and more
,-----T kumh : *2.00 u y e ar in a d v an ce.------ in the h a b it of looking to th e druggists
for the latest and la*st x4 every th in g in
the d rug line. Tliey sell C h am berlain’«
E ntered a t th e post-office at Florence,
Ja&ne county, O regon, os aecoiui'L'iuM Cough Uem edy4 fajjjou.s for its cures of
laid colds, croup and whooping cough.
m ail m a tte r.
W h an in need of such a m edicine give
A D V K U T I0 1 N Ü K A T E S M A D E K N O W N O N A P ­ th is rem edy a tria l and you will be more
P L IC A T IO N .
th a n pleased w ith th e result.
J.iK'ftl nuticex M cenia per J «ne, each iutertipit.
Do you know if you w ant to go E ast
and desire P u llm an T ourist Sleeper,
th a t » on will la* detain ed from 12 to 16
hours unless you tgkc the N orthern Pa-
T he W est and W eekly O regonian, C2 00. »•¡lie? R em em ber th e N orthern Pacific
“
••
“
C osm opolitan, $2 00, is th e only line ru n n in g P ullm an Tour-
ial Sleepers through to th e E ast w ithout
T H IS P A P E R i» kept on file at E. C. delay. T im e a n d m oney saved by th is
J>ake’a advertising aga ncy, 64 and 05 route. F o r fu rth e r inform ation, tickets,
M erchants E xchange, San Francisco, etc., call on or address It. Mc.VIurphey,
C ah io rm a, w here contract« for a d v ertis­
G eneral A gent. E ugene. Oregon.
ing can be m ade for it.
A rrangem ents for the leap y e ar ball
N o tice .—Professor ,1. M. W illiam s, of a t M apleton a re com pleted. T ickets
E ug en e is o u r agent and is authorijsed to I w ill he sold (or 75 cunts, tljh gentlem en
receive anhwriptionH, advertising mid defraying th a t portion of the expense
m oney fo r T he W est and receipt for the while ladies are requested to furnish a
game.
basket supper. Coffee will be served
for th e supper from th e M apleton hotel,
W ash in g to n 's b irth d a y (alls on S aturday
and th e hall will he given Eriilay even-
ing, th e ¡»1st. S tr. L illian will leave
Flurei.ee a t 4 p. in. F riday, retu rn in g
U n til fu rth e r notice T he S aturday m orning. R ound trip 28 cents.
T H E
W
C L U B B IN G
E S T .
B A IL S .
! nnd then m arched i iij
n a l>ody
e r home
l«dy to h her
»tilli««*
occasion oí her
to surprise h e r on
)
F lo a t in g W h a r f a t «h e F o o t o f W a « h ln < -
b irth d a y . I t was i iilgde intensely inter-
to n a t r e r t W i l l b o C o a n * tr u r te < l.
eating at th e sta rt because th e surprise
was genuine.
T he good lady looked
Special m eeting of th e council was
puzzled as well as pleased a t tirst, hut
field F riday evening w ith all m em ber«
goon welcomed her unexpected guests by
present, e x ce p t C h risten sen . M inutes
words and looks t h a t bespoke h e r a p p re ­
of last m eeting read and approved.
ciation of th e ir com ing
Ju d ic ia ry com m ittee reported favor­
I t gee med to lie the trend oi those
ably on O rdinance No. 21. R ep o rt was
present to aw aken th e happiest thoughts
accepted.
in the m ind of Mr s ^ P hillips as she com ­
C ouncilm an F unke, ch airm an of stre et
m enced a n o th er s \J S ',d her life, and so
com m ittee, reported uidavorahly on pe­
her guests were hriujit with m erry-m ak­
tition for a floating w harf nt th e foot of
ing, w hilst w it and laughter drove away
W ashington stre et. T h is re p o it was re­
every thought of sorrow.
It was a well
jected ami th e m inority re p o rt adopted,
tuned g a th e rin g , and they played on the
which was favorable to th e im prove­
h arp of joviality, partook of a liountiful
m ent.
supply of frosty, flaky, fluffy, perfectly
C ouncilm an P hillips moved th a t the
palatable pastry and hot coffee pre­
I council proceed with th e work of build- pare«! by the uninvited hut welcome
¡ng a wharf a t th e loot of W ashington lady guests, th en aftei a little all went
street a t a cost not to exceed $160 and home w ishing Mrs Phillips th e bless­
, th e sam e to be paid for out of the gen­ ings of a long and happy life.
eral fund. C arried.
P E O P L E PO IN T ED O U T .
, Council instructed P h illip s to draw up
plans and specifications and on m otion
Mr. J . R. W eddle returned Sunday
of Kobe th e recorder was authorized to
advertise for bids in accordance with from G a rd in er.
INOIAN WAR VETERAN S.
______
COUNCIL M E E T IN C .
Iu f a r m s t lo a
V a n t-d
I'u lt r d
M ta tra
For
th e
llr n r f.t o f
S e n a to r*.
Mr. T. A. Wood, grand com m ander ol
th e Indian war veterans of th e N orth 1
Pacific eoast, sends the O regonian th e
following letter, and asks th a t it lie
given circulation also hv th e new spapers
of Oregon, W ashington ami Id a h o gen­
erally. Mr. Wootl’s addies» is P ortland.
He say s:
“ I have received several inquiries in j
th e last few days from a num ber of U ni- i
ted S tates senators, including the c h air­
m an ol th e special pensions com m ittee, I
as to ‘th e probable num her of Indian :
war- veterans, ineluding th e widows of
veterans, who would be benefited by
the passage of a |atnsion hill covering ail
th e period from 1840 to 1857, and w hat
th e probable cost would he to the gov­
e rn m en t, together w ith o th er inform a­
tion th a t would he of value to th e com­
m ittee and se n a te .’
“ This is an u rg en t call, n n d 'm u st he
answ ered. T h a t I m ay he able to do
th is in a way th a t will lie acceptable
and carry weight, I ask every Indian
w ar veteran to send me his ur her age,
nam e and address, and the nam e ol the
captain of th e com pany served in. This
is not asking too m uch. We m ust haye
th is inform atiort. C am p com m anders,
surviving officers, of com panies or regi­
m ents ami coqnty new spapers can a s­
sist th is w orthy cause. Send In all the
inform ation you have in your possession.
The original n u m b er of these veterans
was in th e neighborhood of 5000. The
g reat m ajority have passed aw ay. How
m any survive is w hat we a re anxious to
find out. We will be gble to got a pen­
sion bill through congress if veterans
will w rite me a t once. Please do so.
T his is m oney in your pocket, and it will
aid in benefiting all your com rades.”
T H IS
MAN
IS M O U N T E D
ON A FLYING STEED.
the plans. T he notice can he found in
Miss E m m a Forsyth* visited h e r par­
e n ts on th e lakes ¡^fcturday.
a n o th er colum n.
Funk« presented a petition , fny. .tltfrj
p lm nlui^ RB htfu for Engoiw Tuoc
' building of bulkheads a t th e loot of Lin- ,|ay , o 1((. u |,8e iits A e in l weeks
coin,
H am
lin a....
and o Seward
Re- -
com , ..a
.....,,
e w .m stre
.w e ets.
e ... ..e
M r I o |j .g g Benn> lnallHyer o f th e
f».rre,l ">
com m ittee, who reported
*
¡»pleton store, was in town T hursday.
favorably on sam e. On m otion th e re-
port ssas,
. t( e
ul mag(H|ry S atlIrday ev.
*
j b ill o( 1 l,E " est was referred to com
.
I m ittee on printing.
Mr. Jo h n B. H ill, of tlie M orris hotel,
R>" uf Recorder Severy for services
, for »wo q u a rte rs, $7.50, was laid on the returned F riday from a w eek’s trip to
W e s t w ill g iv e y o u b a r­ See posters.
| fable until such tim e as th e recorder Eugene.
g controversy
M rs. O. R. Bean returned T uesday
g a in s on p a p e r a n d e n v e l­ Tlie Douglas county court has ap- i I should settle th e , ex istin
..
from a trip of several m onths in tlie
opes. T hese ai’e first-cluss pointed Frank B. W ilson referee to take regarding Mapcson s fine.
R ecorder’s report for q u a rte r ending
goods. Come an d see th em testim ony and rep o rt to th e c o u rt on read and referred to judiciary com m ittee, W illam ette valley.
Mr. Norm an G ray arrived on T u esd ay 's
X.
Monday. March 111, in th e case of C has.
for y o u rse lv e s.
O rdinance No. 21 read th ird tim e and stage from E ugene and is visiting his
K , David vs. 1,. F . A nderson. Some
passed. O rdered printed.
parents, Mr. anil Mrs. B- F. Alley.
th ree years ago an agieem ent was en­
25 Envelopes, White Wove • - .05 tered into betw een th e p la in t ill' and de­ O rdinance declaring and regulating
Mr. F . F. F razier, representing the ■TH E B E S T « what the People
25 Sheets Note Paper, blocked, • .10 fendant, w hereas th e form er was to assessm ent for grading rgad first tim e. San Franeiseo wholesale grocery firm of ■ buy the m ost of. That ’• W hy
Passed to second reading and referred
W ellm an, I’eck vk J o ., was in th e citv H ood's Sarsaparilla has the largest
20 “ Letter “ , “
JO build a saw -m ill on the-lakes, in con- to judiciary com m ittee.
i .
.
| tins week.
sidcraiion of w hich defendant should
saleO F A L L M E D IC IN E «,
A djourned.
deed one acre of land to plaintiff. Mr.
Mr. anil Mrs. Geo, Prescott left F riilay
W E S T L IN O S .
ADVERTISED L E T T E R S .
David erected a building, wliiuli was
T H R EW AW AY HIS CANES.
for th e ir hom e a t M ound, on th e U p p er I
burned and Mr. A nderson refused to
: Siuslaw .
•
deed the property, »□ su it was brought. 1 List of letters rem aining uncalled for
Mr. D. W iley, ex-p o stm aster, Black
M r. Geo. 0 . Know les left T uesday to
St. Valentine,
A ttorney Benedict will apj»ear for t h e '
th e Florence post-office for m onth
a tte n d the populist county, eonvention C reek, N. Y ., was so badly afflicted with
School closes in three weeks,
plaintiff*. T he d e fen d a n t’s law er is A. I ending J a n . o l , 1890:
rheum atism th a t he whs only uhle to
I in E ugene,
Tlie gold reserve is $44,483.12(1.
G. Woodcock, of ’Cugene, who will pro!»-• A bbot , M rs . W m . H unter , A. B.
hobble around w ith canes, and even
Surfuiau W illiam Lorin, of th e U m p- ‘ then it caused him gr.eat pain. After
ably deputize Jos. A. M orris to look after •
T homas , D avid 1».
A tten d th e m asquerade to-night.
’
qua
river
lifesaving
statio
n
,
w
ith
his
using C h au ih crlaiii’s Pain Balm he was
W ash in g to n ’s birth d ay n e x t S aturday i tiie in te rests of h is c lien t. Mr, W ilson j p a rtie s calling for any of th e above
father-in-law , Mr. H utl'm an, were in the so m uch im proved th a t he threw away
has
set
M
onday,
F
eb
ru
ary
17th,
to
take
I
wj||
guy
“
advertise«!.”
F lorence tuts enjoyed a snow less win- 1
j city Sunday.
his canes. H e says tliis linijnpnt did
testim ony. T he ease will he heard in
W m . K yi . k . Post nine tor.
ter.
M r. Aliok Z ekine, well know n over him more good tliau all o th e r m edicines
lloldvn A Benetliel’s law office.
NO ST A T E AID,
Schr. F re e T rade sailed lor Alsea river
‘ the sta te us “ Our A liek,” representing and tre a tm e n t p u t together. F or sale
ACM E IN TER ESTS,
F rid ay .
I Jos. B ram er, of San Francisco, was in a t 50 cents per hottie by D ruggists.
W e note with pleasure th a t th e A gri­
All wool su its from $0.50 up at Meyer :
tow n T uesday.
c u ltu ral College a t C orvallis lias declined i
B y S a w pupt ,
W ith one eye on th e clock, and th e
A K yle’s.
M rs. Geo. W. M asterson, who lias for
to accept the $2,500 a y ear which the
o th er on y our plate, yon can n o t enjoy a
New m oon yesterday. F irst q u a rte t
th
e
p
a
st
five
m
onths
resided
in
Eugene,
T he E ditor ,—T he C ushm an m ill run legislature for years hack have ap p ro p ri­
cam e in on T uesday's stage and is now m eal. W hen traveling e ast, you should
n ext Friday.
f«mr «lays last week saw ing tim b e rs and ated to th a t in stitu tio n . T h is action on
I
take tlie N o rth ern Pacific, th e only d in ­
Peoples p arty county convention m eets planking (ur th e new schooner.
the p a rt of th e regents show s u n m is - ! at tier hom e on Lake ereek.
ing car line from P o rtla n d ; m eals 75 cts. '
Mr.
Jam
es
Furnish
returned
F
riday
in E ugene to-day.
Doeoeo
It is seidam th a t p arties logging by takahly th a t th a t in stitu tio n has been
Yon d o n ’t have to get up in th e m orn-j
1‘e rp etu a Lodge, No. 127, A. O. U . W „ j
hand put in every large log because of getting aid from the sta te th a t it should from Crow, w here lie has been teaching ing a t six o'clock, rush to breakfast and i
a tour m o n th 's term of school, H e will
m eets to-m orrow evening.
tlieir gre;H w eight a n d hulk.
B ut not have had. Has any of th e other
gulp it down in fifteen or tw enty min-1
T he costum es will he m any, ricli aud | Messrs. Boomer & C ham berlin lately de­ sta te aided in stitu tio n s the m oral cour­ rem ain visiting his parents for th ree or tile», an d then have to w ait until two or
four
weeks
anit**vF;iI
then
renew
teaeh-
varied a t to -n ig h t’s m asquerade.
livered nt .he C ushm an mill eleven logs, age to do the fair th in g aud decline Io
th ree o ’clock lor lunch or din n er. To
refusing ' mg.
T hose cheap h a ts a t H urd A IXaveu- j rep resen tin g th eir-first e ig h t d a y s’ work , fu rth er rob th e tax p ay er bv
avoid th is, take th e N orthern Pacific,
M r. Jo h n Lorim er, representing Pal-
p o rt’s are being purchased a t lively rate. a t logging, as scaled a t th e m ill by the j stgte aid ? Plaindealer.
the only line ru n n in g P ullm an T ourist
nier & Rev, of P ortland, K rrivcl in
ORD INAN CE NO. 2 1 .
Sleepers through to tlie E a s t w ithout
G eneral P hil S heridan C am p, No. 5, S paulding scale, th e largest m easuriug
6061 feet, the n e x t in size 4000 feet, and !
---------
F rid a y 's E ugene stage to place th e gaso­
from 12 to Hi hours delay. For inform a­
dons of V eterans, m eets S atu rd ay a fte r­
th e valt of eleven m ade a to ta l «4 29860 , An ordinance m aking provision for the line engine of McCormick’s new launch tion, tim e cacds, tickets efg.i call on or
noon.
feet. T his probably « e l i t e s any th in g 1
cost of building stre et and alley in ru n n in g o rder, lie left lor E ugene address R. AD'Murphey, G eneral A gent,
S tr. L illian w ent o p t o M apleton yes­
in the way of hand logging ou th e Siua-
crossings in the Town of Florence, , Tuesday.
Eugene, Oregon-
terd ay w ith freight for M eyer & K yle’s law.
| The Town o f Florence does ordain as
Mr. F. K. F rem ont, ol Alette, cam e up
Store.
front G a rd in er Saturday and was ill
S h ip bnihling has com m enced and the \folloivs:
-W IS H IN G T O P U R C H A S E -
Tlie best floating w harf on the river is hum of the saw -m ill gives p la c + to th e ! Section 1. That th e cost of building Florence M onday. He will rem ain on
th e one owned by Win. IJrynd, neat music of th e sh ip yard. Mr. H ansen 1 »B stre et and alley crossings w hich have, Iqs farm u n til the 24th inst, when lie
P o in t Terrace.
has a goodly n u m b er of th e m ill crew
s h a ll h ereafter h(j b u ilt in th e Town will join Mrs. Frem ont in G ard in er to
“ W here did you got th a t new suit of w orking uinler his directions, m si al- (d Floreuce, under the d irection and resum e th e ir teaching of vocal and in-
c lo th e s? ’’ “ At Meyer A K y le’s and it though tliev are not all sh ip c arp e n te rs, i orders of th e Board of tru s te e s , shall he stm in e n ta l m usic classes.
t lie way they ta k e hold »4 the jo b , goes | paid for o u t of th e general fund of the
cost only $(>..60.
Mr. Jo h n M. Cowan arrived here S a t­
S tr. Hobart», Jo h n s o n , arrived from to show th a t Mr. H ansen will not have ! Town.
urday m orning from lle c e ta H ead light
I Section 2. T h is ordinance shall he in statio n and rem ained only a few hours,
Coos hay S aturday m orning w ith a cargo io look far (or a ll th e help, necessary.
Last S aturday th e keel was lai«l,— no i full force and effect on an«l a fte r its going to G ard in er to join his fam ily,
ot iiierchnudisc.
H urd ,k D av en p o rt's g re at hut sale is cerem ony a tte n d in g th e occasion and ' passage by th e Botir«l of Trustees, and who aeciuiipnuicd him to Bandon T ues­
day. Mr. Cioaan has filled tlie position
o n . Every hat ill the sto r e reduced in I very few spectators w ere present. In its approval by th e President,
price. See th eir adv ertisem en t on tirst f je t, before would-be spectators wert ' Passed th e B oard of T rustees F ebruary of second a ssista n t keeper a t H eeeta
aw are th a t any th in g was going o n , th e I 7th, 189tt.
D. E. S kvkry , Recorder,
H ead since th a t light went in to opera­
P»ge,
great tim ber was raised to Lis b lockings' A pproved th is 7th day of Februaryx tion in M arch, 1894 and has heen pro­
M asquerade hall in C a th e y 's h a ll this
I will place 2 0 0 on the market and will sell them
a n d before noon was in its final position. 1 1896.
F. B. W ilson , P resid en t.
m oted to iirst assistan t at the new Co­
F riday evening. G entlem en m askers,
Mi B abmhi .’\ o -«-^‘. i blnM*H w r y
Slll,„ n s H xrtm M h <5 Tm tneh<m , quille lig h t, l ie has made m any friends
$i ,26, including »upper. Spectator«, #>
cheaper than any addition to Glenada.
Part
freely to your correspondent in regard to We#t V|| lmg heen Hllbjee t to a tta ck s of in Florence who wisii him all possible
rent».
the m aterial U im ished him boro for ship a ) ,u. J|hont once a vear an(j wolljtj ,,.|Ve success.
cash; part on deferred payments, or will
Owing V» th e »uamiuerade here this building purposes, and said th a t kn all of ( |p t..u l n <Un.tor and th en Hllffer ah(,nt
A T HO M E.
evening th e Seaton dancing club will
h is eigh fx’en years ex,M‘i ience ou th is •
hours as m uch as some d o when
trade for other property,
pot hold it» regular ae»»iou to-uiorrow
coasts he Uad never seen b e tte r m aterial ' t |iey (jjee | | e Was tak en recently ju st
Mr». IL F. Alley will be at hom e every
n ight.
for th e purpose th a n th a t now phueed at ! t | ,e' HJln|e ag Ht o th e r tim es, and eon-
T he lot upon w hich Rtatnla th e variety I.is disposal, «tut >4 tla- outside W »'»''-! winded t o trv C linn.herlaiii’s Colic, Cliol- F riday.
Grent sla u g h te r sale of sta tio n e ry .
Mr». B urna and Foster will receive on For price-list see head of colum n, Styles
»tore of M arr «k Satlev I ih h been pui- in«,, »aid: “ T hey a re e x tr a d e a r ; A X< k k n, >n<1 i) llirrl„ w, Kem edy. H e says:
cbweed by th a t tlrai (rum Mia. E. A. I, w ith a big s ta r on to p ; b e tte r tita n we ' . q , O()k „ „ „ (logc
i may he seen a t tiiis office.
it
it gnve llle re. W ednestiays.
M organ.
Dr. Mra. R oberds, Mrs. W m . Kyle,
ever had hi sAti V r a o eisr o .
It was |ie( io five iiiinotw». T h a t is m orn th an
NO TIC E.
W. H . Pool has brought suit against m entioned to lout tlu n in a recent issue (l||y q ,in g else lias ever done for m e.’’ Mrs. F. J . Kobe and Mrs J . 0 . Brown
on T hursdays.
CARMAN & K N O W LE S, Props.
Ur. L. tV. Brown for $5076, lor alleged of the L um berm an it w as sta te d th a t a 1
ea|e ^ y Druggists.
! Notice Is hereby given that until 6 p. m. on
«^ Wholesale and Retail ■=>♦*
’ —
—
dam agea »uatained in a tight in Eugene, schooner would !>« hnilt nt Aetne w ith a '
M is. I. G. K n o tts, M rs. M. F . P hillips, February 22, 189S, I w ill receive sealed bids for J
lum ber carrying eapneity »1 '4KV,fllKt feet. i
W ANTED I
£ e p t . 18th la«t.
Mrs. C. C. B ehnke and Mrs. W m . B ern­ building n wharf nt the foot of Wnuhiugton
street, neCurding to pinna nnd specifications now
!
“
Tell
them
it
has
gro
w
n
,”
aavs
Mr.
1
Mr. W iliam K vle ha» to ld a onw half
I am a nice respectable y o u n c nm n, h a rd t on Tiles«lays.
in possession of >L !•’. Phillips.
H
a
u
se
n
,
•'slm
»
ill
tak
e
275,000
feet
twit
FLO R ENC E, OREGON.
In terest in th e atcaiuei» R<»hart a to Mr.
The right to reject any and all hid« is reserve«!
21 years old, live feet six i u d it s high,
N
O
T
IC
E
By order of the Board of. Trustees,
M* Meyer of Awtoriii, hut th e boat will of ¡.ere any bow, am i atld.ttDO ou a ten- (air coiuplcxiiiii, ffuynt talk e r, one of the
—
L
ead
in
g
Brands
for
I). E. 8BTXRT,
foot d ra u g h t.”
yumaiti here for service.
«lancers and coJisidered handsom e. O r M e e t i n g o f t h e l l e p u b l l c a n C e n t r a l
AN EXCELLENT FRAM.
Recorder Town «>f Florence.
C o m m i t t e e « if I . a n e C o u n t y , O r e .
If von desire to he in good hu m boy 1 tak e tUia in w n s of ad yertishig for a
T he F lorence d rug store ha« ju st re-
A bout seven m iles up th e Siuslaw
rejved a large invoice of drug« a n d our your »taiionery al th is office.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATIO N.
Young lady t«> take nw* to th e M apleton
A m eeting of the R epublican C entral
rltia en s will not he furth er disappointed
river from F lo re n .e , nnd situ ate d on tlie
Leap Year partyt
JU D G E S AND C L E R K S ,
Land Office nt Rosetoirg, Oregon, January »1,
C om m ittee, of Lane C ounty, Oregon, is
bottom lands of th e riv er, is one of t h .
>n obtaining the inediciyea they iiupiirc
C heater O. B i a s .
hereby called to he hel«l a t th e court XMM. Notice i« hereby given that th e following
Following are |lie judge* a n d clerks,
best farm s in L ane c o unty. F o r grain
lo r .
named
settler
has
filed
notice-
of
his
intention
SUNDAY* SE R V IC E S.
house in E ugene, L ane C ounty, Oregon, to make final proof in support of lp« claim , and
I or pa stu re land it is unexcelled, and
T he P e rk in s H otel, corner 6th anti for JSiualuw pivcinets* app o in ted by the
on M onday, the 17th «lay of F e b ru a ry , that «mid proof w ill he laode before C. H. Hol-1.
: th e best proof th a t it produces th e finest
# ------May be Found in-------*
W ashington stre e ts, P ortland, Oregon, county court (or th e J u n e election. The
R ev . I. C». K notts » P aat <' r .
1896, at one o’clock in th e afternoon, ■ti, I’. S. C. C. Gninml-tgioner at Florence, Ore­
I varieties of fru it, is th a t th ere is grow-
is head-tjuarters for Flo nee and lame tirst th ree nam ed are »elected as Jmlge?*.
ftntuiay hv I hh J a t 16 a. n». Breaching
for the purpose of fixing a tim e for the gon, ou March 11. lWtf. vix;
C ounty people generally. K. F P erkins, the last two ha clerks, the that pertaui at 11 a. iu. ata l 7 p. m. Tlie evening
W illiam Hardell
Celebrated J « « * M oore w liinkey. , ing a large o rchard consisting of th e
C ounty Convention ami
tran sac t o ther on homestead entry No. T.'tOS, fo« the ««’4 xw’ ;,
lining
designate«!
aa
chairm
an
;
*
j choicest kinds of fru it-trees now in
P ro p rie to r,
>ervice will b e a u lllnstrate«! p e n n o n to
A. C. W oodcock ,
sw '4; xe‘ -ec 27; n e \ nw’4, uw‘4 nel4, sec. S4;
Mu pletou ■
— F rank K now les, Amos the ehih iren . In th is the ya»tor will l«e business.
hearing. T his farm will be sold as a
T
h
e
C
rale
O
rch
ard
Sour
M
ash
S|»eeial a tte n tio n is called to th e d is­
Chairm an.
tp IS a.,.;. H w.
H a rtle y , W. \Y, N eely, Iuvuia Beat»» M <iBsiste«l hv live hoys and a t m any girl».
| whole or in ten , five or one acre tra c ts
play *'ndM of th e N o rth ern Pacific R ail­
He games the foliowing witnesses to prove
J. Hm Gall.
G en uin e O ld Castle Bourbon
to su it purchasers. W rite to O. F . K en­
Every body invite«!.
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
road C om pany, in th is iaene. For furth er
I ji ne*- J. R. V ert »Vi's, F. R, lY piot,
nedy, Florence, O regon, for p a rticu la rs
of.
said
laud,
vix:
John
II.
Morris^of
Florence,
Inform ation call on or ad d ress It. Me-
T he little d a ughter «g Mr. Fred W eb­
z—T h e O P J 9 . P o n y - .
Wm. H am ilto n , Soil» Sim m ons, W. U
(>W«“U. R. H. Bernhardt, William Karnowsky
and prices.
Awarded
M urphvy, t ie n ’l A gent, E ugene, Oregon.
ber, Holland» Ma»»., ha«l a very nad
■uud John Mason, of Acme, Oregon, all of Lane
Uhichly, »
Highest Honors— World’s Fair, ijonnty.
K. M. Y ratcr .
T he republican sta te co nvention will
E v er R efreshing CoM Storage B eer a t 6
Siuslaw —P. Da\ i*. W. Uawlwv» II. c«>)d e n d congh wide » he h a d n it Iteen
•J24-F»
Register.
Gold Modal. Mldwiator Fair.
to* held ui P o rtlan d April tUh ; th e first W ingard, D G. P a lm , R lX>,v.
able to cure with any th in g
I gave
C en ts a G lass Aw aits Y our O rder.
district congressim ial convention in Al­
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATIO N.
C nam herlai:»’» Cough
Flo’em «- O. W H u rd , W. R. Mc- him a Lottl'»
C all (or an Im p o rted or D om estic Cigar,
bany April <th and secmul d istric t con­ C oniack, W m. K yle, F. U WUaou. Geo R em edy, »ays W. P Hold«» in- renant
Land Office at Roseburg. Oregon
Ami You W ill be Satisfied.
»1» I |K»stn»a-«er a ’ W»«t B n oheld, and
gressional convention m P o itla u u April II. Colter.
January •• 18^-
_______
8th.
Lake (.'ri^k-M 'liaa. F o tterf, Jouepli m e next tim e I saw him In* »aid it
Notice i* hereby given that the following-
h
worked
like
a
ch
arm
,
Thi»
rem
edy
named
««sitter
has
file«»
notice
of
his
intention
EU
C
EM
E,
T he new gas.dine launch of W alter R W hiam iin, J . llui n e tt, Il
OR.
I'ahur, C
to make final pnnif in supp»»rt of his claim , and
inten«le«i especially for acute th ro a t ami
M cCornack, of N orth Fork, spun douti Farm er.
that said pKa»f w ill he made before C H.
th e river for th e fir«t tim e S atu n lav
H e rm an n —P. T ucker. Jaa. H in to n , L. lung «h.-wtoes» m e h »•» cold», croup ami
Holden. V fi. C. C. Con»«»l«aioner at Flooence.
f IK S T
R A T IO N A L
BANK
inortiing at a 7*kuot rate. She is a neat C. MotTwtt, J o h n Kaylor, S. S. Milledgc, whooping cough, and it is iam ona for its
Oregon, on February SM, MM, vix:
COPYRIGHT*, «M
cures.
T
here
is
no
danger
in
giving
U
B errymam H RvaegLL
little c ratl a u d a eonveaieuee to her
G le n te n a —U P. T allm a n . J T. S«»tlo
V>'T In fo rm a tio n and fre e Handbook w r it * to
on homestead entry No. STM for the Siy'.fiE’ «,
M U N N A CO_ M l BanADWAT. N i w T o a s .
uw tier.
erlau d , W arren N ichols, W. T. Bailey» to c hildren for kt contains nothing injn-
O ldest bureau fo r a c-u rln g patenta In A inert «ou
s e e .» ; XW‘4N E \ N^N W'4. «ev-33; TP. V ik.
rioua, N«»r sale by D r u g g ists.
Every pa te nt ta k e n ou t by ur la brou g h t before
T he (Mipnlist precinct convention was A R ichardson.
ÇA.H «
Bargains.
HIS NAME IS DENNIS
IF HE D O N ’T G E T T O
MEYEft & ZYLE’S
AND PU RCH ASE
AN ALL WOOL SUIT
FROM
$ 6 .5 0
NOTICE
URI
T O -« *
ALL PARTIES
TOWN LOTS IN GLENADA.
I own and have for sale all lots in the
town of Clenada and will sell them
cheaper than any parties who have laid
out additions to Clenada. My lots arc
FRONTING ON THE BAY....
Geo. H. Colter.o t
„„.Glenada, Ore.
W. M. RENSHAW,
PIONEER MEAT MARKET.
L IQ U O R D E A L E R .
FRESH MEAT
IM cal, H f ic ia iiic a l=
a il Sacramental PnrpQses
DR.
YW
F CREAM
held here S alu n lay am t the following
delegates to th e c«ainty (Miuvetiti'm were
elect c l 5 L G. Jo h n so n , G . Car»»?*, M.
J). L andis, Jo h n C. Brown ami Sim on
) l hffiiiaii. The n om ination of p r w o a t
I BUS (Hwlp. ue<l.
W alton—K- T h u rm a n . L. N angan. 1
HER BIRTHDAY-
S Day. J . I Atkin» ui, 1«. J . C ornelius,
M .und— F l H oaehon. G W* l.avoe.
It was on M uidav night last ju st.
Pri iy Nvll, M. 1». Jo h n so n . Kolln. Jo h n - T l,'p
, ,„ ,, „ „ ,1
ov,.r
, lllr
■on
’
• , .
. .
The «'.mrt h a - creat.-d three new pre < >hxe»»a, relatives and in tim ate Inenda
cincta, Ehuira» Mound uud W alton.
4 of Mrs M. F. Pltillqts who cougregnted
BJHNfi
poMvn
Most Perfect Made,
so Yean the StamUrd.
OF EUGENE.
T. O HENORICKS. Rwtt
R. 11 Weet.
He naaftea Ike (offowic.g witnesses t«» prove
* 5 0 .0 0 0
his coaitinuou» residence upou and cultivation, PAID UP 0A 8H CAPITAL.
• 5 0 ,0 0 0
SURPLUS AND PROFITS.
> of, said land, vix:
Amos Haring. R«»hert K. Bay. Jared fiGQtt,
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Morten DaugktM, all of M om ice. Lane county.
Orcr*»,.
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R )f. V i a t c i i . Register.
EUGtNC.
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OREGON
the pubiic by a ne tice g ive n fre e o f c*
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gñntiíit ^ ta n to s
La rrev t clr^ ilattrn» o f a nv «-ten tifio p a p er f t th e
w orld, bpie ndidly liin a t rated , K o in te llig e n t
aa abould be w ith o u t IL W aelU y,
a
a r; >1 JO a iz m outh*. Addveaa,
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R slbbzus , SG» Bnwslway, New York C»»t. •