The West. (Florence, Lane County, Or.) 1890-1921, September 18, 1896, Image 1

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    A D V E R T ISE R S
SIUSLAW’S ONLY PAPES.
THE W EST
OPPORTUNITY
YOUR HOHE PA PE R
S U P P O R T IT
FLORENCE, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEP.
TRAVELS
eiERAL D IR E C T O R Y
Standard
STAGE LINE.
G overnor ....................... »
Boero“' -y oí S ta te ..........
T re a su re r.........................
S ep t. Publie Instruction
S tate P r in te r ...................
A ttorney G eneral. ..
E- S a n g s ,
Dictionary
Of T he
ENGLISH LANGUAGE
P r o p r to r .
Leaves Florence M ondays, \\ ednes-
S ta g e le a v e s E u g e n e M o n d a y s
dnvs and Fridays.
A rrives a t Florence T uesdays, T h u rs­ \V id iies la y s a n d F r i la y s a t 6 >i. in .,
S U C C IE N T
days an d S atu rd ay s.
Connects w ith S team er and S cotts­ a t r i v i n j i t F lo r e n c e to o d a y fo l­
burg Stage Line for D rain.
Also with
A U T H O R IT A T IV E
Stage Line for Coos
Bay.
C harge lo w in g a t 10 a. in .
reasonable.
R e t u r n i n g - s t a g e le a v e s F lo r e n c e
oil
M ondays,
\\ e d n esd ay s an d
F r i d a y s a t 3 p . in ., a r r i v i n g in E u ­
g e n e th e d a v fo llo w in g a t 6 p. n t. 301,865 Vocabulary Tern»«
Suprem e C ourt
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Judge Secoiul District
.J.
A ttorney Second D is tric t.tie
N EW STAGE LINE
347 Editors and Specialists
CO UNTY
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S in g le fa re
R o u n d trip
O F F IC E R S
$ 5 .0 0 533 Readers for Quotations
$ 9 .0 0 $000 Illustrations
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Cost over $960,000
B a n g s’s Appendix of 4 7 ,468 E ntries
T ic k e t s fo r s a le « a t E
liv e ry b a r n , E u g e n e , a n il a t f l u i t i
& D iv u ip o r t’s office in F lo r e n c e .
ALDEN HAYES.
S te a m e r
C lerk .. .
S heriff
rreusiirci
«Sobarts
A a se s » ,it
Scbó'il '
Surv.
CJfiiStiici
Jntffie
Gt>US|r •
I.
R o u n d tr i p $ 5 .0 0 '
tu Y a q u i l l i l .
and
F r e i g h t R a te s
Florence, Or
most Kensonablc Prie«*
mid - in v in B iiu k .
O r a 3' o n
GULAR
D A IL Y
T R IP S
E lk P r a ir ie H o te l
11« !
Oää E U G E N E A l^ D
f l o & em ce
STAGE
ROUTE.
A. R. G eneral Lyons
m eets second and fou
acb m onth.
S. L. R obbrds . U
T. M. M abtin
O Q ^ THERN
| | Pacific , _ R y
M o n ey 3 a v o d
By
P a t r o n iz in g it
P u llm a n
of V . G eneral 8
No. 5, meets first a
o f e a c h m o ii t li. G .
Head of Tide Hotel,
. B rodie , 1st Sergt.
W . W . N B B L Y , P ro p T .
S le e p in g
C ars
S le e p in g
C
T o u r is t
T a b le s f u r n is h e d w ith a ll th e
U. W. P erpetn a Lodge, No. 131,
lefts every 1st and 3d Saturdays d e lic a c ie s o f t h e s e a s o n .
W ild
m onth.
M embers and visiting
ti<l, ¡m il f r u it in se a s o n . B e st
ren in good stan d in g are cordnuly
ni to atten d . C. R- D avid , M .n .
¿ K e rrs , Recorder.
O. F. H eceta Lodge No. I ll,m e e ts
erv W ednesday evening in Lodge
, Florence, Oregon. B rothers in
standing invited to atten d .
M arion M orris , n . G.
W m . B ern ' iardt , Sec.
M IN N E A P O L IS
DULUTH
FARGO
O R A N O FO RK S
H E L E N A »"■’
and
-------- R a k e s .--------
THROUGH TICKETS
A ll other kinds of-------------
F a rm in g M a c h in sry .
Samples may be seen at my place.
C H IC A C O
P ric e s a re th e lo w e st.
W m . B ry n d ,
Point Terrace, Or.
W A S H IN G T O N
P H IL A D E L P H IA
NEW
T o n s o r ia l P a r lo r s .
HARION H O R R IS. P ro p rie to r.
women to do the work of the house,
cook aud w ash aud iron. I t also included
w orking girls and women w ho arc not
exjiected to m arry. And, of course, it
took in the queens of the city, the fait
m atrons of the homes and the mistresses
of the p retty establishm ents.
Today the doorsteps of these home?
y aw n vacantly and the vines fluttering
over the portals seem to say, “ She comes
not y e t.”
The greatest bargain sale of w ive,
ever known took place upon a recently
opened dom ain a few years ago. A
frantic cali vvxs sent to tho cities for 10C
women. A nd poor girls, out of fun and
fu rio sity aud w illingness to have a
home, w ent o u t there. The men m et
them a t the station. The girls looked
them over shyly. By evening all the
YORK
P O IN T S E A S T
For lntorm atlon, tim e card«, map» and tickets,
S h a v in g R educed to 15 c ts .
artistic hair cutting .
ITHODIST EPISC O PA L C H U R CH RAZOR HONING A S P E C IA L T Y - a 5c
service.
P reaching a t Glei,a« a
S uudavt
of each
m onth.
D. M C K IN N E Y ,
batb-Hcboid
‘.‘very
Sunday at
, in. P rayer Hireling every Ib u rs-
evening at Hie church. E vervlsslv
I and S u rg eo n
linllv invited.
G. F. R ounds ,
:
OREGON
R. M c M u r p h e y ,
General Agent. Knnir.» 2 and 4. Shelton
EUGENE. ORLOOS.
Block,
A . D .C H A R L T O N ,
A ssistant General Fassenser Akent.
255 Morrison St. Cor. ::d.
P o rtla n d
YTIONAl
O r
SHASTA
Old Johnson w as very much given to
“ tippling, ” not w isely bnt too w ell,
and would spend all his spare tim e ut
his favorite pub, says Hpare Moments.
H is house w as so situated th a t it was
necessary for him to go through the
churchyard to reach it. One night, be­
ing a bit. fuller than usual, he luauogi d
to fall into a new ly made grave. He fell
w ithout h u rtin g him self, and being tired
w ent off to sh i p. W hen lie aw oke tho
next m orning, ho c o u ld n 't m ake out
w here he got to, but niter a struggle
m anaged to reach tho top, of th e grave
and lixik around.
A broad grin spread over h is fare 03
ho m uttered to him self :
"D ear, dear, i t ’s resurrection day,
and I ’m up first."
OF T H E
c . H HOLDEN,
ly-at-Law and Notary Public.
f
RELIA BLE INSURANCE-
LFLH3 . A N D . A O 3 1 D K N T .
[ NdTICE TO HOMEBrEADEKA
have been appointed, by the I idled H ate’
« lit Court, U. 3. Cnmmi»»t»ner F t the
of oreicon. Ktitrie» «»‘1
Itkeu before me at my office in Florence.
t
A.
C. WOODCOCK,
Attorney at Law,
ta re n « .
•
O re g o n
^ H 'v u n » 7 and « M e tarm 's Bultdtnr.
[al atten tion given to coUacttoaa and pro
business.
S o u th e rn P a c ific Co.
HENomcxs. PT«.
PAID UP CASH CAPITAL,
SURPLUS AND PROFITS.
A C C O U N T S
S O L IC IT E D
.
EUGENE.
OREGON
N O T A R IE S .
(„rese rralas l-eave Portland b a lly .
1 North
Ar I 3:16 a
S:-'«, p in 1 Lv
I or*
1:56 a ni I LV
Eus
1U. i5 a m I Ar dan Fri
Anove train» »b'P •'
( It»', Woidhnrn. Salem
.on'. Albany, Allwny Ju
bunt. Jun ction c ity , tr
Drain» and all «talloni
land ln tlu .lv e .
A. R. BUTTOLPH,
4 00
Notary Fdblic,Surv
In , .
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p m I Ar
I ertiaiHI
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C O N D 3N
ÏÜ G L X K .
•Orne«- Ia Conwr's bloek.
s s s tt
At A 1lan van d C .rv .lll»
OREOOS.
F R A N K B W iL S r N
NO TARY
P U B LIC
M .'M m -ine
Throurh TV’kH- «H P<
fntew,
«tw1 Fnmi*
iw w l rntc« fr» » !.. O. A<1
B. Knr.HLK*.
W h en Circulation I* Feebloat.
Those w ho leiitl a sedentary life find
tho circulation feeblest about the nose,
lips and temples, and those parts ( f the
face should be energetically kneaded
several tim es a day. W h in the
become disteniksl, tho fine, iuvisitilo
dust in the a ir enters uud clogs and
blackens them. Merc ordinary face
w ashing, even win n w arm w ater and
soap are n:s d, is not sufficient to rwnovu
the d irt in the pores, but the vigor',as
a cid o f the lemon w ill c le a n s an-’,
off nil such un sig h tly blemishes.
L vSS^U
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SEATO N, OREGON
i i r s l i i
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W hat is grief? It it on obsruro laby­
r in t h in to w hich God leads m an, th at
B t T M7ll TSAIS n tii-T <S»' «’ I « » " « » ) .
s s t t i f e
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w ith train
Westside Irtvlalo«.
ntTWFFN P ortland and C orvallis
............Attorneys-at-l-aw
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“ I h aven’t seen you ou 'chttugo Into-
iy- ”
“ No. I ’m m aking more money by
outside speculation. ”
" A n y o b ji?ticn to p u ttin g mo n u t to
it? ”
"N o n e a t all. I t 's sim ply getting
b its on the w eather. I copper tho
w eather predictions.
C hicago T rib­
________ _
une.
attached tu nil Thm m tb Train».
PO TTER
A. LIN C O L N ,
A tto rn ry and ( It: ncidlor a t Law
Bpringfii Id, 111.
Tu Whom I t May Ceuo ya :—
My o ld cim tom cis a n il oth ers aro «(
aw are o f th o tv r r ll.lu tim e I l.avo had h
lo g th o sire: nt and w ill I d glad to lc:i(
I w ill lw back on tho aanio sldo from '
started on * r ln'foro tho 4th o f Hare
w i l l ' l l I w ill 11: m illy t> sw ap hursea. d
law , m ake Jakes, sp lit rails and porfan
m atters In a sm all w ay.
(
llrwtw St.»ck«a
P u ll m a n x ju ffe t S l* « P * r 8
SECO N D C LA SS 8L EE PIN Q CARS,
■ O. POTTIS.
Lincoln, w hich does n o t properl
long to th is cateogry, b u t ia clai
w ith it in tho collection, i l got u
n business card, w hich unnounces
lie Enjoyed I t .
and S O U T H
In th* F.««tpn»
»<* nhtaliieH
Aveiit. Kuseiw-
A
documents, political brochures, carica­
tures. together w ith an exceedingly in ­
teresting set of envelopes w ith p atrio tic
devices, such as w ere used d u rin g w a r
times.
. ,
T here is al o a lot of " S a lt riv er tic k ­
e ts ,” these, indeed, alth o u g h c f little»
historical im portance, form ing to tho
casual observer one of tho m ost en ter­
tain in g divisions of th e collection.
Thero have been several explanation«
give n cf tho origin cf tho slang political
phrase, “ U p S a lt riv e r” as applied to a
defeated candidate for election. Ouo of
the m ost likely of these is found in a
story th a t w as told of H enry C lay d u r­
ing his presidential candidacy in 1832.
Clay, it is said, w as to speak ono even­
ing at Louisville, l<y., mid in order to
reach his destination hired a boatm an
to row him up th e O hio river. Tho la t­
ter, howover, happened to ho a Jackson
D em ocrat, and, pre tending to lose h is
way, steered the orato r up S a lt river, as
a confluent stream w as called, aw l so
spoiled tho m eeting. Since th a t tim o
“ Up S alt riv e r” lias become a synonym
for defeat, and i t used to be considered
a pleasantry to give a political opponent
a pass up S alt riv e r as a prediction of
political oblivion.
These tickets were freely used by both
parties and proved a boon to the job
printers, who, w ith g reat im p artiality ,
printed tho cards for each sido and sold
them on tho streets f o r a cent apiece.
Some of tho designs are indescribably-
coarse, some arc w itty , some tiro vulgai,
and tho m ajority of them are crudely
printed.
Tho oldest in the collection dates from
Nov. 4, 1850, ow l is a sim ple yellow
tick et ornam ented w ith a rude wood­
cu t of a steam boat aw l bears tho a n ­
nouncem ent th a t the d ilapidated steam ­
er O pposition— C aptain Kremont, P ilo t
F illnii l-c—w ill l ave th is day for tho
brouze, bad the bead form ed of a loos»?
rin g passed through au eye in the pin. h
A few of them have tho appearance of
tho scarfpin now in use. In E gypt pins
w ith gold heads have been discovered,
w hile in ancient Romo bronze pins and
bone h airp in s w ith ornam ental heads
have been discover! d uinoug relics of 1
Pom peii.— P hiladelphia Press.
B O STO N A N D A L L
etc., col» on or w iite
ATTO RNEYS
There is u vast difference in tho way
different housekeepers m anage and care
for th eir beds. Sumo of them fu lly be­
lieve in the fresh a ir theory and d u rin g
pleasant w eather, ns soon us th eir toilet
is made, up go the bedroom w indow s
and the pillow s are laid upon the sill
for an a irin g ; the bedclothing, if not
removed end throw n on a ehair, is
turned down over the foot of the bed.
If u feather bed is used, th a t is also w ell
shaken up and left u n til the bed is
again m ade up, som etimes in tho fore­
noon. This m anagem ent is in strong
contrast to tho usual plan of never
touching a slept in bed u n til it is again
prepared for tho sleeper, yet in the item
of health there is perhaps no discernible
difference.
Tho children living in homes of
squalor and w retchedness, whose bed­
ding is perhaps not changed onco a
month, are quito as h ealthy and cheer­
fu l as those w ho sleep in bed linen
changed daily. Tho C hinam an w ho
a
ST. PA UL
N O W IN
P H IL A D E L P H IA M U S E U M .
E. D. BRONSON & C
w iN N ir e c
I am agent for..........
B u c k -E y e M ow ers
LESRY » K I A N C H U R C H , Florence.
Dregon. S abbath service. Sabbath-
o o l , 10 o’clock a. m . Preaching 11
l„.-k a. m. and 7 p m. Sacra,uent o
i Lord’s supper on 1st fjabbatb of
nary, April, Ju ly and October,
srviiody is welcome ,o a ll th e services,
¿ o r requests C h ristian s to make
Enselves know n.
_
P O L IT IC A L C A R IC A TU R E S
uougtu«. J10., Lots 1/ A 1» »IK. w truster
di Berry's part ui Florence,................. 7
ittiuuiersij-, J. A. SW 1, c ( ME
Sec It
r ile ttili number of words and ternis 11:
1 p l.i s It 7 West—40 A-
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dill, rent dictionaries for the entire nlphiil.et 1
iarwond, Nusun, SE ‘4 •'( ME 1 M
of
a« follows: S'OitMoNTiI, 50,QUO: WORCIlgs a
SE
SW (4 of SE '-4 SCO. 13 1 p IS S K
1J West—100 A.
t
155,000; W:.,isTon (luternatiouab, J25.600: 1 N
llo v c y , A. I). <k Geo. M. Miller, SJa of Sec.
TUKY, (six Volumes,
com plete.)
225,000
I j I P 17 s It s West—«.0 Acres . . . ?
SÏAMDAIÎ1), over 350,000;
Johnson, 1’. J. but 26 »Ik. «0 Frasier &
B e n i's add tu Florence,
f
«.vrtsoii, E. u . Lot 5 Blk. 2 Cox's add lo
Florence
................................................?
Lee, Julia A. b o - 7 Blk. 2; Lot ,3 Blk. 7
M iller’s odd io Florence
f
Malone, Dun’l Lot II blk. II A Lot 0 Blk. 7
Morse’s add to F lorence..........................?
Miller, Geo. M. I.o. 2 See. 23 Tp 17 s It 12
Wesl—23 A. als i M ‘i of ME '4 A- SE 1,
of ME ‘4 io See Id; also SW '4 of N »V
>1 See 20 ip I I a it 11 West; also u lido
isea, traps should be properly baited and
island boundediw follow s: Begin at
placed near th eir haunts, as a t nesting
meander cor. between See's 24 & 10
lim e they w ill riddle bedding to make
l'p IS a l< 12 West, W. 37. 01 elis. S of
a soft nest. A close U tting chest or
m e enr. of s e e ’s 1.1, 24, IS, 10 for start­
trunk m akes the safest storing placo for
ing point; by triangulations across
all unused clothing, bedding, etc. A
tht ch a n n el of tho Morth Fork; S. 8.36
eh». to a point on low water lin e of
large plain tru n k can usually be p u r­
Pacific C oast A g en ts
the Island, S. 32 (leg. 30 min. E. 5.56
chased for a sm all sum , and w ill pay
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
chs. s. 1 ehs. n. 32 deg. 3J m in. E. I1,
its cost every year in tho safety of its
1
chs. S. 50 deg. 30 m in. W. 37.50 elis. N.
>33 M a rk e t S t.
12 deg. 1.6 min. E. 20.25 elis. N. «4 deg.
I
W. I J ehs. N. 67 deg. E. 2l elis. S. 32
P IN H IS T O R Y
deg. 30 min. E. 1 ehs. to beginning;—
W A N T E D —T H R E E T H O U S A N D W IV E S .
200 A. also Lots 3 hi 4 See. 22 di Lots 1
A C ity ou Vancouver Inland W h ere Women
,k 2 See, 27 l'p 13 S It 12 West— 181 A.
A re nt
P rem iu m .
also the unsold portion of the W ill­
iam Sm ith 11.
C. Motf. 3240 I ps 17 ,fc
T here is a city in tho w estern p a rt of
13 S it 3 West—230 A. also Lot 1 Blk. 1
G anada, close to tho Pacific ocean,
di Lot 1 Blk. norigiinil plat of Florence:
w hich is nam ed by nil w ho visit it the
also Lois 5, 7. 3, ai 1 1 Blk. 1; Lots 5 A
lllk. 2; Lots 0 dl 10 Blk. 4; Lots 3. 0 A
10 Blk. 6; Lots 1 di il Blk. li; Lot H Blk.
earth. Its clim ate is good, its natural
3; Lot 3 Blk. 0; Lots 1, 2, 3. 4, 5, (I, 7, 3,
resources excellent, its houses fair, its
0, 10 Blk.---- ! L ou 1. 2, 3. 4, 5, (I, 7. 3, 9,
streets w ell paved, y c tw ith in th is town
10, Blk. 11 original tow n of Florenee;
there is an air of forlorn dejection th a t
•
Lots 1 A 2 Blk. 1, Lots 3, 5. 0, 1 1, 12
strikes the most careless traveler th a t
|
lllk. 21 Lots l i A 22 lllk 3; Lots 24 , 26,
„2, 3.1, 24 Blk. 41 Lot 42 Blk. li; Lots 55,
comes w ith in its boundary.
56, 57, Blk. 5; Lots 53 A 50 Blk. 3; l.ot
I t is on V ancouver island— a sweet,
6 Blk. 0; Lots 62, 63, 65, 66, 67, Blk. 1)
fa ir spot. A nd the desolation is caused
Miller’s add to Florenee; also inks. 4.1,
by one th in g — one only—tho lack of
41, 45, 46, 47, 43, 40, 50, ol, 52, 53, 55, 56,
women aud girls.
'
67 A Lots 4, 5, 6, 7, 3, 0, 10, 10 A 20 Blk.
T his p a rticu lar town is scarcer of the
1
61 M iller’s part of Flor-iiee; also Blk.
product than others of its locality.
3
64 Gallagher’» add to Florenee; also
There are m any towns upon the island,
also lot 6 Blk. 60 C hicago add to
but this ouo lacks women so sadly th at
-
F l o r e n e e ..........................
.............
in a recent census of the plucc it was
. Morris, W illiam , Lot 6 Blk. 7 Florenee ...
. Oltleld, W. A. n s o l SW ‘4 W Lot 2 oee. Ill
found nearly 3,000 short. T his number
A Lots 3. 1. A: 11 see. 10 i p 13 « It 11
included a couut of serving women,
CRO O KSTO N
C H U R C H D IR fc C T O R Y
A Few Shrewd O bservation. on an E very­
day Topic.
ANTED
lit'iTAL 3J1
a F. A A M. Florence L x lg t
Regular coinnidiiicatioo (
Jtaturdav night in each moiitli.
C. B. M ohoas
T. 11. M abtih , Secretary.
SHERIFF’S SALE
CARE O F BEDS A N D B E D D IN G .
T he F u n k & W a g n a lls
T R A V E L E K S ’ G U ID E
G U ID E
IB, U«Mi.
fcolentifio American
Ajency fo r
A card printed i i A pril i f the
year is en titled "T ho E nd c
D av is,” find (’: pints tho Conft
1 leader as ju s t dis ippenring up a t
' supposed to n -p resen t the "underf
ra ilro a d .”
S till another shows the publi
m an anil advertises ns lost t
codger, D em ocracy," w ho is dei
in tho tex t a'i w earing a cotton
. —in .1, »■»» ... .«..—s
. — •• * '• *"
I tw ined about w ith it Copperhead
An adaption c f a < .uie L uglis
personifies the south r.s a belatci
eler w ho lost bis w a y in the ra
after tram ping through m ud am
j (licountirs a sigrq« t pointed
| direction from w hich in' hail
w hich bears the legend, "T o U
upon w hich he exch.ims, “ I
mercy! I ’m goiiiff w rong ainl
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t r a d ,; MA'tita,
O H IO N R A T H .T » ,
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COPYRIGHTS, «ta.
For Informa,;.a. an 1 fro.
wrUo S»
Oldest I,areali for seeiion t pcb-nuin Anici Ir»
I very ,-atrnt taken out hy o; I» J ™ - * ' »' >' ™
the public by a notice glveB freo ot «nardo la tho
Q u ie to
Jarrett etrenl.Bnn of ouv e leaBfle raryr In
world. sptriMUdlr Illil.traU'd. !7‘1,?"!¡ÍII1!
intti »hneld t* without I«
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»••r: Staulsinonth«. Artdi-y» .MI'S* » <
VtaLiaMsoa .101 Brvndwar, New York (Jtr.
RI pans T abules cure uizziues».
R lpans T abules cure headscho.
Ripan» T sbules cure dyspepria.
Ripons T abules cars flatulence.
Rlpana Tabules cure blilousnees
R ip in s T abules cure bail breath.
Ripons Tsbulc»: one glves re lid .
te lit a
iigrou,
• until
Once
(j te«
i ti ry cf th e
w ho w as ul-
« c f pi «»pio
<ii rcrciviug
i V ictoria nt
kindly iu-
io rc p h t.l: "Y c.o
Your face »cum«
me, but for the
re u itm tv r y o u r
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«4 m n w ly ru
life vf wo
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