The West. (Florence, Lane County, Or.) 1890-1921, April 10, 1896, Image 2

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•T H E
W E S T .
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F lorence ,
L axe C ü v x t î ,
The City of Florence is
(WHO. o . KN( W E E S , |>njl,ably Not a Itomi
ED ITO R AND P R O P R IE T O R
F tsuvcz ami Teriff are struggling i«»r
jlhe ftrwt phuik iu every ju>Ii ti.*rti p la t-
j<arm and th at party w hi b treat» the
main tarn«* as a s »eon I try m atter must It
Furelv re orgonu«? or «lie. An unprej>i be«* I
«lecissjei <ji the voter * is anxiously
awaited.
<) ve i 2 )) fam iars' iiMiitut«*- !i ive b • *:i
Judd ill Ohio «luring the p s-t season.
The attendance is reported as living
larger th in ever before, bi same eases
s a a l.nisai in i • • was charge 1 to cover
expenses. Th* farmers in Ohio appear
to take more interest in institutes tb in
<lo ( >reio’i far.niTS— llir a t Xorth B
0b
allow Marched Weddle to work out the
tax justly belonging to the city. But
the time may come when such a com*
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For three years every person within
the corpurate limits of Florence who was
Hable to road tax has been in doubt as
tow betber he should w.»rk it out under
the city m arshal or the roa-l supervisor
appointed by the county court, and the
promise can not be made, and we should
lie prepared for th at time. The city
docs not w ant to go to the expense of
testing
the
constitu t i o n a 1 i t v
of tin* m atter when defeat is alm ost cer-
tain, and when theie is a l»etter way.
A petition can be presented to the conn-
ty court, asking that the territory with-
in the limits of Florence be made a road
district, and when granted, the m atter
will be settled and w e will be relieved « f
the unpleasant situation. Probably not
a single individual will refuse to sign
the petition. We can settle this m atter
ai the next Jan u rav term of court if we
will. For this year it is evident th a t we
must work out our road tax under Sup-
vrvisor O. Dowell, but have no
loubt but th at tie will deputize our m ar­
«bel as road overseer of road work avail-
ible in Florence.
SUICIDED BY SHOOTING.
(M onday's Portland Telegram.)
‘At 1 u’ehx'fc tliis afternoon Max
Friendly, a liquor dealer, on M -rrison
afreet near Fifth, committed suicide bv
shooting himself in the head. The deed
was made in the yard near the rear of
his store, ami the report of th e pistol nt
once drew a large crowd of people to the
»|*d. The unconscious man with a
hulen messenger of death in bis skull,
was carried into his store and a few tno-
ments later Dr. Gillespie was at bis side
aud, after working with the man about
10 minutes the surgeon believed that
there was a chance for saving Mr. Friend­
ly’s life, but be scon after died.
‘ During the m idst of the excitem ent
one of the unfortunate m an ’s «laughters
rushed in, and throwing hen>elf on the
prostrate form of her father, she hewail-
T H E
Literary.
(ORIGINAL AND SELECTED.)
He scatters enjoy meut
much
who enjoys
Have a smile for all, a pleasant wor«l
for every,x> ly. To su *cec I, work liar«,
earnest!i an I incessantly.
W hat novelty is worth th at sweet
monotony where e ery thing is known,
and loved because it is know n.
Reefer .Suits
There are cert dn em er.en ies when
your profound legislators ami sage «1 -
1 iterative
councils
are
inightly
in the way of a nation, when one •
ounce of hair brained decission is worth
a poiin I of sage doubt and cautious dis­
cussion.
Men are more unwilling to have their
weaknesses and imperfections known
than their crimes, am, if you bint to a
vd the negligence of some friends for
man that you think him silly, ignorant,
not having
closer watched after her
or even illbre 1 or aw kward, h will bate
father, who bad been in an unsettled
you more ami longer than if you tell '
frame of mind all day.
him th at you think him a rogue.
“ The cause of this act is sai«l to have
It is easy enough to spoil tb«* life of i
been lianam ial tro u b le; but Mr. Friend-
our
neighbors w ithout much trouble; '
• y die not leave a s-ratch of the pen in­
we
can
do it in a lazy acquiescence and i
forming hig family or friends of
the
a lazy omission; by trivial ta'sities, for
rash a« t.
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“ His daughter, a few mo!in*nts before w hich we h azily know a reason; liv
the tragedy, asked'n friend, Mr. F. A. small frauds; m a,-adroit flatteries and
InMev, lo look after her father, as he clumsily improvishe«! insuiuat.ons.
For Boys from tour to twelve years of age
The prices are so low that it is
Perfectly Astonishing.
that new line of Men’s and Boy’s Suits
from six dollars upwards.
Aïs»
A New Invoice
uncertainty of the situation is as per­
plexing th ’«s year as it has previously
KNOWLES CHEEK NÊW3.
A mong the incidents th a t dem onstrate
Of Hats and Caps, Also straw goods now
been.
th e enterprising spirit of the citizens «if
(Bv M aple .)
The city bisca its i itb ir itv upon sub­
bi ing opened up.
Florence, is the rapid progress which
division 32 of section 33 of the Oregon J Quite a snow storm .Monday m orning,
Las been made by tb** ba ml boys. They
statutes, which was amended by tin* ! Cherries are beginning to bloom.
now hav«* 2 cornets, 1 tenor, 1 alto, 1
last legislature an I now reads as fol­
P *nt;st Jennings w ill be kept busy
tuba an I a b is» a i l s i ir j « Irin , and
lows:
luring bis short stay here.
arrangem ents are being made lor the
“ To provide for a road listrict within
Sam lay’s hail shower thinned the
purchase of
another
tenor, alto
the corporati* lim its of s.vid town, and fruit blossoms, but not seriously it is
I M I
and baritone. “ The man w ho has no
authorize the collection of poll and prop­ hoped.
m usic in himself, nor is not. umv’d with
Our fathers find their graves u. our
was not feeling wed. A short time
erty road taxes, and apply the same
W. If. W eatherson has just finished a
concord of sweet sounds, is fit for tre a ­
thereafter
Mr.
Friendly
walked
to
a
8bort
memories, and sadly tell us bow
within sai I corporate limits of said town lour months term of school at Alder
son, stratagem s, ami h | mm 1 h . ”
closet
in
the
yard,
near
the
rear
of
bis
we
may
be buried in the memories of our
of Florence to the im provem ent of Kidge.
store. There be drew a pistol and s lot survivors. Thus man pisses away, bis
T he Supreme court of the Enite I roa Is, streets, alleys an 1 highways
Know les Greek citizens wore w.rki.ug
himself in tne right temple. Mr. In- name perishes fro n re ord and reeol-
States has parcticnlly reversed its «,<•- tberi 'n, un h r the direction of the board
on their roads Thursday and Fr lav of
sley claims that le* followed Mr Fri n«l- lection. His story is a tale th at is told
vision in the Stanford ease «if a few of trustees and th a t the territory defined
last week. It seems as if tie* non-resi-
Keeps a full line of E xha Qualify
ly as b e p issed o It of the store, but that
very m onum ent becomes a ruin,
weeks ago, ami holds th at th»* Pacific within the limits of sail town of Flor-
i «lent land own *rs «night to give a little
the a t w ag so quickly done th at be bad
There are certain active legislators
rail roads are not national corporations VI1 M;ia|j |M% nn,j hereby is, excepted out
aid. Won ler if they can repeat toe
no opportunity to prevent it. The who, by shrew I management contrive
and must pay their taxes. The question (>f the jurisdiction of the cou y court of
< «olden It th*.
weapon wag picked up about five feet always to have a hundred irons on the
lias liee.i before the courts for several Lam* countv up in the following stih-
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A. P. Knowles has not been able to distant from where Mr. Fr-endlv fe I. anvil, every one of which m ust be intuie-
years, an 1 it was thought the Stanford 1 i jccts, to w it: To divide the same or
work this last, week, hut is better now. In the fall the unfortunate man also diatelv attemled to who are consequently HAUDW AKK,
T IN W A R E ,
BOOTS & SIIGI.S,
decision, in which it was held, that, tin* any part thereof into road districts, to
Louis Bean ami \\ . If. Weatherson broke his right leg. Tue rema ns were ever full of tem porary s.lifts ami exped-
Central Pacific was not a «tat«* corpora- appoint sup *rvisors «if ro.i I districts, or
HATS & CAPS,
M E D IC IN E S,
N E T S & CA N D IES,
! ients, patching t ie public welfar«* and
tion and lie ice not am enable to tb«* |,«y «mt, open o.* work any highway start for Eugene lues lay, I.iey were taken to t ie morgue.”
TOBACCO,
CIGARS,
F U R N IS H IN G GCCES
Max Fiiendly was well known in cobbling national affairs-o as to make <
laws of California bad pra itically put therein, to collect poll and property r«ia«l chosen d«*legates to tu«} ( >untv Cm vcn-
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the suit pending between the county of taxes; and the said town «if Florence, tion. Mr. Bean expects to be absent Lane county, being formerly proprietor nine holes where mending one.
ot the Corvallis saw mill. A few m onths
Don’t crawl. Stand erect at all tim es. I
San Francisco ami the ( ’entral Pacific within its corp irate limits, and through about three w.-eks.
Mi. M irand has added a porch to his since he soot Jo in Long at Corvallis, Whieti vou m ust apoogizu for a blun ler vaJO ds 3^ R opP Q S G nted.
Prices Will be found Reascr.i.Llc
railroad out of the wav, but the supreme its hoard of tru ste e 4, shall exer isc anv
court reverses its former decision and and all of such rights and powers.’’
¡dwelling recently. Tilings about his and it was thought at one time th a t be —whatever sham e ami mortification
The o tn ty court claims th at this act ranch look neat as well as his house an I "'as insane.
decides (hat the railroads m ust pay
you are put to, «lon’t crawl w.ien you
of the li*gtsbitiire is uuconstitutonal on leap year girls will do well to bear this
taxes like other p«*ople.— Medford Mail
' make your apology to t-he oTende«! per­
a firm survived .
son. Say you are sorry, ami say it in
account of its violation of sulslivisions 7 in miml.
Oi’R Senators ami Congressmen speak
:
a m anner th at conviction «»f the sin er*
and 10 of section 23 of t i e Constitution
Philip Jackson is taking some pains to
hopefully of the bill now lwfore comm it­
A elerk in a large d rap er’s shop, ity o f your regret, and offer whatever
which read as follows:
learn how the fruit ami nut hearing
tee oil pensions to grant pensions to vet­
“ fiie legislature shall not pass special trees and shrubs of other stai *s will who w as sm art ami quick and a splen­ amends lie within the lim its of your self-
erans of the Indian War of the X. P. ( ’.
did manager, but lie got a swelb*«l head, respect; but «hui’t debase yourself.
G rand Commander, T. A. W ool, is giv­ orl«« *al laws (sub. 7) for laying, open- j thrive in our soil. Among other tilings
ami pul on «T)ns«*qm*ntial a;rs. Once lie Don't add the persons s orn to bis pres­
ing the comm ittee evry possible assist­ , ing, an«! working on highways, an.I for ,ire H**veral birch trees r use I fr mi seel
took occasion to say to one of bis asso­ ent indignation. B • dignified even in
ance by gathering all possible data ns to the electi«m or appointm ent of supervi- a,,«| sent to him from Vermont.
T hat it is the desire of every honest, live, up-to-date
ciates that the oncern couldn’t get along v«»ur humility an I repentance.
sorn,
nor
(sub
10)
for
the
assess.nent
i
scholar to he the best in his class.
th e number ami condition of tin* men
If. B .G ray has built a reservoir to successfully without him.
who defended the settlers of Oregon an I eolle*tion of taxes for state and I bold water for irrigating his stiaw ber-
CITY E JEC TIO N
T his is a noble desire and will surely have its rew ard.
So the old gentleman who was the
ries.
from the cruelty of the savage warfare. , <«iunt/. tn.vh»hip
- or road - purposes.”
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E very liva, up-t.7-1 it ■ in -reliant has a tlasire to ba the BEST
Ami also a decision of Jillg * M Bride
Every congress has passed, with-
Mr. Camp is doing some band logging«
,
lt, | wl: i .
a n d th© r e •pi«?«», th e F u n n e r
out debate, from one to three hundred | upon a |.rovl«lon in the td. trier of O re-j
p|a(.e.
OF 1IIS CLASS in the com m unity.
Vid .ii .u '
“ Mr. Jenks you have liven very efli- !
private pension bills carrying with K<"> City, « ¡licit requires th at 0) per
tra n k Knowues ami family «Irove up
cient, ami we appreciate your ecn’ices,
Th«* ei|v election last Tues«lay passe«,
UP
services,
th«* u the necessary expenditure of cent of the road tax collections within to visit Mr. Myrand the other «lay.
,lllt
( I hear
that
v«m hav«*
rmwateillv
««-
off v«*ry quietly and the entire citizens’
iait
bear
that
you
have
repeatsllv
as-
ti«*kur w is elec’e l , the
principle
money, enough to give to evrey Indian the limits of the city to he turne I over to
Mrs. Kenniston spent tin* most of las: serte«l that if you were to die the busi-
cimtentioii of the suppuaers of the
W ar veteran a pension of fifty dollars the city governm ent, and th at the r e ­
w«*«*k with her daughter, Miss Ethel, at ness couldn’t possibly survive it, and
One way to achieve th is result, and th a t is to buy goods
Pcopl s’ ticket l»eing for «me eouiieibu in
per month and yet these veterans have maining I ) per cent he expended by the Point Terrace.
this has worried me considerably, for am l re o rd e r, f lic fo llow ing is the * »Hi -
right, sell a t a reasonable profit, and deal honestly w ith
county
court
upon
main
roads
leading
been put off from time (o tim e upon
Mrs. Xichols adm ires our stately firs— X011»
oien, are liable to «lie very rial v«ite
all men.
to
the
citv.
T.ie
<Ie
hiou up in this
various pretences. But a t last there
Fon P resident ,
unexpectedly, so we have concluded tot
at a safe distance.
portion
of
Oregon
C
ity's
ch
art­
K08UIH to be some hop? tor those who so
To those who have dealt with us for years wo do not
F. B. Wilson
41
er which is sim ilar to ours as regards
Win. Tayl »r is moving back to onr experim ent while we are all in goo«I ( Jgo. < ) K imwles
1. i .
galautly protecte«! the homes of the
havo
to say th a t is onr wav of doing. To those who have
health ami set» it the loma-rn will sur­
ucighhorhon«!.
.1., settlers.
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. . . . l i
,,
, I special
or local legislation is as follow
Fon Co inc il 'i ex
not, wo say come and see.
early
(iram
Comm ander
1
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vive. So you w ill please consider your­ O. W. H ur l
SI. ¡
bile the provis.ons of tin* ch arier
The settlers ma«,«* a lanudable move
Wood in a letter, bearing the date of
self dead for one w a r am, «Iraw no sal- Wm. Kvle
82. :
seem
to
in*
to
he
entirely
equi-
when
they
cleared
the
school
Mar. lltli, to A. K, Buttolpb says re­
8)-
ary for th at time, ami we w ill try it.~Tid~
Bernhardt
garding this bill: “ The prom ptness table an«, just, 1 cannot see my wav grounds recently.
M iri«»ii M'uris
7/i.s
lit. '
M F. Phillips
with w iiicli you rvsp >n led to my call, clear to «granting the writ in this ease.
T hat new f *n *e and walk have ad le I
The (|U(*sti<)ii before the court is not,
J. W. Carman
II »w»4 Thl«?
15.
enabled me to furnish our senators ami
mu«*h lo the lo *’.s as well as the conven- i
‘W hat woiil«! be fair under all the tir- ieiic«* of Mrs. Bean’s residence.
15.
We oiT.*r O-ie i, in«,re I D »»Lir-« R?w ir I Lennar«! Cnris'enseii
represent nt iv« reliable data ami inform ­
12.!
ciimstanecs?’ hut ‘What is perm itte I by
for any r u e «»f ( ’..tsiib that ean not be F. J. K ibn
ation that puts them in a positi«m to
Sc,n<o, will h«‘gin next Mon«,av.
F or R ecorder .
e m e d by II i i ’ s C itarrn Care.
the constitution?’ In my opinion,
Gail Maker, please let tb«* future pres- 1 F.
work with advantage in endeavoring to
2(1.
C u en ey «k CO-, Pi* «ps., Liledo, 0 . D. E. Severv
the grant of e xclusive control of such
Juo. Moi ris
18.
secure the pass age of the bid granting
i«h*nt
shoo
the
the
chicken*
while
you
We
the
umlvrsigiie
I.
h
ive
known
F.
F or M arshal .
IK'iisions. They write me very encourag­ roa«l funds to the city council of Oregon hunt y«»ur pen.
I. Ohenev for the lasi 15 y e a rs , a n d la —
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ingly hi regard to the m atter, ami I will City ¡s‘sp«*«*ia, ami local legislation in re-
lieve him perfedlv hon.irahle in all Inisi- J. R. Wed.ll©
in.
from tim e to tim e mlvise y«ui of its gard to the working of public roa«,s’
REPUBLICAN CONVENTION.
ness tr insactions ami finauei iliv able l«» Jm». F. fanner
Tin*
ediior
of
ibis
pap»*r
extends
hi»
progre ss.”
Ami providing th at the supervisor w ith- !
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carry oui any , onlig i'i «n« m ide bv th eir nmst hearty M imiiks lor tin*, vote receive«,
o est
1 rcax , \\ nolesale Drug- for pre^itleut «»f the ciiy eouueil ami
COL. B. F. ALLEY ANO WIFE LEAVE US. ■’» I he limits of Oregon City shall be np-
L««ii\i:, Or., \p ril 4.— I lie Lane firm
gists, Tole«lo, O.
I« o | h -4 that tiis unknown friend leeis
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pointed by the mayor, Instead of the eounty convention met today at the
W ai . oing , R innan «L M vuvix, Whole- b«*i ter.
T hat we can never fully realize a loss county court is special and local legisla- I court bouse. The following men were
sale Druggist, Tole«h>, Oni«».
jn n«,vanc«» is living elearlv «lemonstrnted tion ’in relation to the appointm«*nt or pla *e 1 as candi«hues :
II.ill's C.uarrb Cure i- taken internally,
to the |>eople of the Siuslaw, since tin* election of roa«l sup«*rvis«»rs,’ aml, the re- | For senator I. D. D river; represent- act ing diiectiy iip«>li the Ido « I ami mn-
departure of Mr. and Mrs. Alley.
fore*, probibite«! by the constitlltieni. 1 tives S. I.. Mein'in*;id, r . J. A aughanam l c«»us siirfa«*es of the svste ii . Price 75c
Six years ago they came to Florence think that the true* intent of section 23 D. G. Palm ; sheriff A. J . Johnson, «»f per b o ttle . s«»l«l by all Druggists.
nn«l commenced the publication of the of the* e*oustitution is th at taxe*s assesseei C resw ell; clerk A. ( . Jennings, of l i ­ l'est i m« »nia Is free.
H all's Fa mil v Pills are the best.
the W est . When on«* <»f uh said th at the* ,,r eallectcd for r»».id purposes should be ving; county Judge E. O. Potter, E l-
Your I lood in Spring is almost certain to
<’«>1. w<ml«l sue« ced, nun* others would «>x|H*nehsl un«h*r the supervision of the gvne; coniinisHioner W. T. Bailey, S.us-
FrtDM J J 3 ¿U J£N¿ EXJHAN3Z3.
be full of im purities— the accuinula- '
Hiiv th a tth e W est would cease toexist in ruH„ty court, ami under supeivisors ap- ,a" • treasurer L. G ilstrap, Eugene; as-
tion of tnc w inter months. Bad ven­
six m onths. In the face of these dis- pointed by such court or chosen umler Wfiaor D. P. B arton, Cottage Grove;
tilation of sleeping rooms, impure air
Mrs. B. F. Alley and Xorman Gray
in dwellings, factories and shops, over­
courageiuent exltls, the W est mini«* its general laws The same objection ap- rtchool superintendent C. S. H unt,
arrive I on the stage Saturday night from
eating, heavy, im noper foods, lailure
weekly visits to it« patrons. The dis- plies to that part of section 23, of the
Held; surveyor C. M* C ollier; En­
Florence.— Guard.
of the kidneys and liver properly to do
couraging sentim ents of a majority of elcarter, requirining the 40 per cent of gene; coroner Dr. J . W. H arris, E l;ene.
extra work thus thrust upon them, are
I
nspection .—The regular «piarterlv in-
the prime causes of this condition. It
the people were out matched by the en- t be r««a«l fuml collected within Oregon
Tlu* «lelegates to the state convention
is of the uunost importance that you
Company C, O N G, was held
ergy of the Col. and his w ife. It w.nil«, City. It is special and local legislation are : I E. It. tn. C. K. C hris...!«, Judge
at
the
armory
on
Ninth
street
last
even­
1« presum ption to try to give an account on a subject concerning which such Senti, .1. II. McClung, C. H urlbert, S.
of their la,H»r in la*half of tb«* pr«»s|a»ri,y legislation is prohibited by the eonstitu- («hrian.au, Stew art Eakin, S. II frie n d ­ ing l y Col. Geo. Yoriin an I Adjutant It.
T. C m l on. Tin* inspection was witness-
of this valley. Actions s|axik plainer
It «lesignates certain ro.nls lead- ly, h r. Henderson, C, Cole au.I A. C. e I by quite n crowd of spectators, among
than words. The result of th eir w«»rk is in.' I . a .".T iiiii lo.-alily, and require» tV oodeoek. Those to the congressional
them being a number of ladies.—(in i
bef«>re us. We all know them . Th«* the county court to ex|>cnd a certain convention are: .1. II. McClung, Hr,
Tun reorganization plan of the North­ Now, n« when warmer weather cornea and
sadness «»f the parting cat, only he, •■’oft­ (Hirtion of the road fund» on these road». Wm, ktivkcti.li.il, J. A. Burlingame, E.
ern
B.ieilie railway has liven completed.
the tonic effect of cold hiacing air is
Bang»,
II.
L.
Uiinn,
harw
in
BirstoW,
C.
en«*«! by the thought that the tntisens of Surely this is both »jn-vial on local Icgt»-
g y o u r weak, thin, impure blood
W, Burkholder, I. B. Ciialiman, J. G, A syn.liente of $d5,OJ0,O.X> has l>een
Baker City will recieve w hat we loo*4«*. I at ion.
w ill not furnish nece «ary strength.
forme I to provide the am ount of rash
That tired feeling, lo^sofnappetite, will
“ It iiiav »cent to I»-, and in fact in, a Stevenson, H. 1>, Hawley nint plasp. r
OREGON'S APPROPRIATIONS.
esiim ate 1 as necessary to carry out the
oj»cn th«' way for serious disease, ruined
liiir.l»lnp that the |» oplc « ho pay road Wilkin».
health, or breaking out of humor» and
the
t
rms
of
r.xirgauixation.—
if
jitte
r.
The eoventon went »moothly, yet was
Among the appropriation» which tax.» arc not pcrm ittc.l to have the
iminirsties. To make pure, rich, red
blood Hood’s Sarsaparilla stands un­
F. J. Diven ami ,1 W. Smirh. «Inn,,-
were recommended by the river and taxc» »<> paid expended in tl.eir own lie quite interesting. The A. 1*. A,cut con­
equalled. Thousands testify to its
siderable tigure and »cored »nine pouils. mers hl Ihe interest of Eastern t«»ha«*eo
harlHir committee and re|»irted lo the e tlity, tint until legi»lmlire prov.de» for
merits.
Millions take it as their
firms came lo Flon*in*e on Tnestlay’s
house of representative» by Chairm an thin kind o f ‘home ru le’ l.y general »fat
Spring Medicine. Get Hood's, I ecausc
School o|»*iied Monday with forty
stage.
The f«»riner rcpiesents the
Jlooker on Saturday l..»t are:
ute» applicable alike to all loeahti. », the scholars in ntlendenee.
American T«»,»acco C >. of I. » iHvilte Ky.,
II it lea and coffee will served hv the ami tb«* latter the I*. J. S jig ( ’•>. • f Mid­
Siu»law, |27.t*kl; Yaqiiina, «25,000; court fee!» itself prohibited hv the pro-
Tillamook. 117.000; l.ouer W illamette vi»ion« of the eon»titution from graut- ladies of the W. C I’. I", on election day dleton Ohio.
E. J. Kobe »av» that the belt» in the
mid Coliimhin, «.vi.tkkl; Coquille |IX1,IXX! m g th e relief aske.l in th is e a s e ,'’
Messrs J . C Hill ami S. M. Jenkins.
,. , f i 12,00U;
. i i m i .> ( . ooa _ o Ilav
... !•
i 5» . m the
,i ease ol > tlregon
1.
, nr.e Spruce I’oin: aaw mill will stand the »e I'riemls - i Mr. K«>l«e, niriv«*«! on the 2u«l.
I oner ,,
( saiililh',
l-.n-
( ,, dv. the
•
1
verest tost,
lost, from
trance, $95,0<M); «Ire« I gin g, $11.390; L’p- vision of «mr city charier is just and
i.'»
m Nessen City, M ali, xia Ya- D the One True lìtood par P r. Aihlrugg Mts. It.
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I l»e r l«irence t «»met Bm«l has secur»* i qmna. Hiev wen* engaged in saw ham- PrviMred only Ly V. I. Ilnod &(?©.. Lowefi. Mass.
r r W illam ette and Y am hill, »*),t)00: right, and i t p r o b a b l e th at our super- , valuat.l. addition to th eir n u in lar in .... ring and rep in in g w...a in Mie.., hut
!TI
HURD & DAVENPORT
THE SEATON STORE
DRV GOODS S GROCERIES,
Knowles & Cettys,
Managers.
W E BELIEVE.
There Is Only.
J. H. McCLUNG.
EUGENE......
ENTERPRISING
LEADING—-=«=av
S pring
Medicine
S. H. FRIENDLY.
S. H. FRIENDLY.
PROGRESSIVE
— MERCHANT
Purify
Your Blood
C A R M A N ’S
CHEAP CASH STORE!
Dry Coods, Groceries,_______ _
-------------- Candies, Nuts, Cigars
Bandon all Wool Blankets!
Hood’s
S arsaparilla
I V>Ui:ubi»,ls'!(iw T-Wigue'» 1'iiinl, $"»1,11(1.1, vi»or will compromise Ihe luattvr mid the prison of Mr. G il.tnip.
Í have ciane to Ot«*gon t«» stuv.
t
Hood’s P ills ’"
Mtth , Ito-.»
r '"”
4 Sartapvll
” ' ’n ul
Large Stock Just Received.
Goods as Represented.
.J W . C A R M A N ,
PROPRIETOR.