The West. (Florence, Lane County, Or.) 1890-1921, May 11, 1900, Image 2

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TSie Great White Store/
I have opened a shop
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Futaa»«.«,
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in Florence where I
¡shall keep a £ood
O m tuot.
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W . II. W KATHKRSON
E d ito r
F lo re n « ;« ,
sud
Has just received a new stock of
E d iti
stock of
LADIES BELTS,
IS.
P r o p r ie t o r .
O re . M a y 11, 1900.
which provides for making Gen Miles a
lieutenant-general, and Gen Corbin, n
major-general, fur increasing tho artil-
REPUBLICAN TICKET,
F h >I)I Ol'll UFI,VI.All CoItllBSPONDKNT.
l< ry branch of the regular army, and
■TAT»,
for doubling the number of cadets at
For Supreme Jmlge—
the West Point Military Academy, will
Washington, D. O., April 30, 1900.
U E Wolverton, oi Linn county.
Little more im portant legislation, out­ not he allowed lo pass at this session of
For ( ’ey«! Cianmissiouer—
side of the regular appropriation bills, the senate. The adm inistration, was
J W Hailey, oi Multumnah county-
iecd he expected from this session of included therein.
niXTHirr,
Considerable interest has been dis­
congress. This has been plainly indi­
F o r M em lter ol ( ’ ungrt’S't —
played
in congressional circles in an of­
cated
on
the
floor
of
the
senate,
where
Time II Tongue, of Washington co.
ficial
statem
ent of Gen Wood, showing
the
power
of
the
minority
is
not
a
tra­
p u r District. Attorney—
Geo M Broun, of Jlouglus county.
dition, hut an insurmountable fact. Hint 00 809 men in Cuba have registered
For Joipt .Senator—
I'his is presidential year and tho minori­ themselves as citizens of fSpain, tprn-
It A Booth, of Joaeplifne «ounly.
ty scent polities in every measure of im- porarily residing on tho island, in ac­
«•or »Tv,
l>ortanee. In other presidential years, cordance with the clause of the Paris
For Representative»—
tho majority has (ought for measures, treaty, giving all foreign horn residents
I, T H a rris , of Eugene,
not to pass them but to emphasize p u liti-' of (hiha, one-year to decide whpther
Jan Ifeipeiiwny, of Ooltago Grove,
cal issues; but this year, the majority 1 «hey would retain their allegiance to
Jvitn M c Q um ii , of Lorane,
For County Judge—
seems to regard lighting unnecessary fur ! their mother country, or become cjti-
0 F Kuo«, of Cottagu Grove,
tlmt purpose and to be anxious to hurry j ze„g of Cuba.
It is somewhat sor­
F o r Clerk—
tile necessary business through «ml i prising to most persons that so many
E U Lee, of Juiieliqn C ity ,
adjourn. That is the situation today, should have chosen lo remain subjects
For Sheriff—
A single speech o.l either side may up- of Spain, which will shut them oqt of
ft 1) Hawley, of Orcsuell,
Fur Commissioner—
set ull calculations and precipitato a a,|j participation in tho government of
J L Taylor, of Hermann,
political light, which may lengthen the ; Uuha when our military government ia
For A i.e.snr—
session bpvond llie early June days in j withdrawn.
I) P Burton, of Eugene,
which adjournm ent is now confidently i
For Treasurer—
A PLATFORM.
expected.
I, Gilstrap, nl Eugene,
For School Superintendent—
The lioiiso will this week take up and
Eugene Bond, of Thqrsluli,
pass the Nicaragua canal bjll, and Sena­ Editor “ W est .”
For Surveyor—
Everything is moving along
tor Morgan is confident th at it will pass
C M Collier, oi Eugene.
in ship shape here on the lakes; some
the senate, but others are pot so confi­
For Coroner—
sickness but none considered serious.
dent. It is an open secret in Washing­
G W Griffin, of Eugene,
We have about finished planting all
ton that tho adm inistration would, for
yi.ORKXCK ygKpixfT o y ru M I« .
several
reason8
prefer
th
at
thp
scnalc
garden
truck we think our women are
For Jnstico of the Peace—
leave the bill unacted upon at tlm able to cultivate; in tact Flint thinks
C H Holden,
For Constable—
present session, although it will not go he has overdone it and will have to help
John 1, Furnish.
to the extent of openly antagonizing a ! some. Farming is like most all other
For Road Supervisor—
measure that is so popular, but there J business. A few years olf tripping and
J A McLeod,
aro tricks iu all trades, and it wi’l he an ! pleasuring around and then when they
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easy
m atter for experienced parliaiiien- j commence again they are likely to over-
O nly roue days inoro in which to
WASHINGTON LETTER.
 ïw a y s
IN PROBATE COURT-
on
Hand.
Give me a Call.
Estate of Anna Matilda Funke,
deceased.
Probable value of estate,
:f500. A O Funke appointed admin- iJ s s t door to M orris Hotsl.
istrator with $1000 bunds, ßuiety: O
W Hurd, Appraisers: C If Hohlen, j
Frederick Holste and Voltaire Gurney
T xkm S
itered i
) co un
S ilk
Braid
and
dress
trim m in g s
of
d e s c rip tio n s ;lnattt
all
L A C E S A N D E M B R O ID E R Y .
lo re m
C. BRACEY.
GENERAL NEWS
.IT .
W hite Goods, in Nainsook, Pique, Ind. Linen,
etc.=
COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS-
I
General Otia is on his way home from
A regular meeting of the city council
Manila leaving the command of tb® ' W ns
Bg |,e|,| iu o d J fellow»’ building Mon-
army in the hands of General Mae day evening.
A rthur,
; OW Ilurd was appointed city treasurer
Win C Endicott, secretary of war for n ,e ensuing year,
under President Cleveland, died in
O il motion the salary of the city
marshal was fixed at eight dollars per
Boston lust Sunday.
Gen Ganda next in rank to Aguinaldo month.
It was ordered that lighting the street
lias been captured by the Americans.
! lauips be discontinued after May 20.
| The marshal was declared road snper-
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION,
| visor and instructed to give notice by
I publication to the citizens of Florence
The Oregon State Sunday school con­ I ubo aie subject to loadtax to pay the
vention will be held in Portland Juno i SlUne to him.
X3-15, 1900. The following world wide
Mow
•11 »
» I
X
XU« e ï«u.- ¿kidney.
Sunday school workers will be present: r ______
r.iiooti»'8i,ariig«.Pjiiociire»iikidi
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pío í i ü t ! . Auù. ßMiriutf Kcnjtídy Co., Chicagu or 2
Marion Lawrunce, of Toledo, O,
General Secretary of the International
TO REPAIR THE MAGGIE-
Sunday school convention.
Dr J L llu rlb u t, of New York, General
H arry Andressen who superintended
Secretary of the Sunday School Union taking the steamer Maggie off'Hie beach
la .t February, arrived here from Port­
of the Methodist Episcopal Chinch.
land a few days ago with four ship
Dr R G Seymour, of Philadelphia,
carpenters.
Bible and Missionary Secretary of Hie
He is putting Ihe ways in good con­
Baptist Rublication Society.
dition to haul out the vessel and make
such repairs as are needed to put the
Rev Alexander llenry.
J A rthur Johnson, .of Sunday school craft in first class condition, lie ex­
pects to be at work on the vessel about
Times.
six weeks,
E O Excell, who baa led the music at
The Rubarts is to go on Ihe ways first
the great conventions for many years, for a few days for repairs as Mr Anilres-
has offered his services and will he sep states that at present there is not
water enough tor hauling out tho
present to lead the music.
Maggie.
nsider
nesda;
iew st
nt A
£ Frei
i lo Di
in H k
o San
r for c
e.
iV Hu
ionie i
Organdies, in Fancy Shades.
CHEFFRON,
LADIES STOCK COLLARS,
and Fancy shape
Ties,
00 ‘
the very latestr e cars
etty li
jy Jos
o otin
e Gut
, Fulls
SHIRT WAISTS,
Î
don’t forget them, w arm weather“,;1
is coming.
id frot
'
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ir u n a i
ia stea
RIBBONS,
b in a I
e otliei
All Shades and of best quality, including Velvet triinniini'«'«1'
’ there
« vicini
heat fa
CORSETS and HOSIERY.
y learn
ee.
V R 51
ited sail
id a r by
C o lla r
C anvass
and
L in in g ie r stati
D re s s
FREE TO INVENTORS.
cause,
P aa’t Tobacco Spit a o j giaolie Your Life Away.
tarians io so manipulate the business of reach.
To q u it tobacco easily and forever, be mag-
t M r Sa
a
notie. full of life, nerve and vigor, tak e No-To*
I am getting along nicely with my
the senate th at the canal bill will not
ilra c t t
The expcrienco of C A fenow A Go in y aCf y lc won(jcr.woriiert th a t m akes weak men
range L
campaign
work.
I
think
W
J
Bryan
get to a vote in the senate, nt the pres-
Obtaining a more than 20,000 patents for teed. ,,A1‘
,dyu^
l»ts’50c
°
I
il-
^
ure^
,?
r“n;
Booklet and sam ple free. Address
a on Bi«
silt session, without seeming to be seek- | will, with my assistance, come out at j jnvenmrs has enabled them to helpfully atei'tinx Kemedv Co., Chicago or New Yorte
re sure
ing to delay th at measure,
1 least second best hero in Oregon. I an g ler many questions relating to the
«Carried
A T acoma dispatch sps.king of the
OREGON WEATHER.
It is denied by officials of the depart- j have already got one man on the fence- protection of intellectual property.
10, Mr J
transfer of a certain vessel at Hint place meiit of state th at any intimation has he says he does not know who to vote This they have done in a pam phlet trea­
ung. T
The
report
of
the
meteorological
ob­
says. In two ysars the co»st shipping
been received of objection on tho part for; I think I and Bryan will get him ting briefly of United States and foreign
rin g bc<
servatory of the experiment station at
situation has cpmplntely changed and of Russia or of any other European sure, hut for fear wo do not I withhold
ngratuli
patents, with cost of same, and how Corvallis shows the following for last
vessels are worth St (asst double mh»A government, to pressure being exerted his name.
One of
to proctiro th e m ; trade m arks, designs, mouth.
they were.
by this government Lo com pel tho Sultan
I have just received a cipher dispatch caveats, infringements, decisions in | Thu temperature this month has gone
r , ed aw
been r
!
almost
to
both
extremes
for
April
ol Turkey to pay the claims for Ameri- from W J B’s headquarters. Here is an lending patent cases, etc.
i consider it not only a plantare bat a
making
weather.
The
mean
temperature,
51.4
This pamphlet will he sent free to!
doty ) owo to jpy neighbors to tell about can missionary property destroyed by „pRomixed copy of our platform in
y i . t the ii
j «legiees, ia 3.3 above normal.
| brief which will be adopted at our con- anyone writing to 0 A Snow & Co
the wonderful G>ro effected ill my case Turks.
Precipitation, 1.72 inches, is 3.2 inches
'eoplfl e
by tho tliuoly us« of Clwinhsrlgin’s Tbero has been much gossip because ! vcnt| on in Kansas City, July 5 th, if we Washington, D O.
below normal. The rain during the
Mi
Fall«, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rsm sdr. of the nomination of the president and
f ir s t part ol tlie month was colder than
keep sober,
tatoes ii
| was taken vary badly with flux and
t we sat
Tins republican platform in Oregon j «saal and perhaps injured fruit equally
confirmation by tho senate of Rev John
x o i We protest.
procured • botila of this remedy, A few
■itti iu
declares in favor of subm itting to ti,e
m ud. as the frost.
-
J
Giriniondi,
of
Minn,
a
Catholic
priest,
I
>
<
n
o
-\y0
COndemn
in
strongest
doses of it effuctad a permanent curo. 1
Tiie total wind movement is about 30
M o n iin i
take p lost e in rocconiuiendipg it to to he U S consul at Santos, Brazil. 1 terms.
per cent greater than any oilier total
Yeslerdi
at bars suffering from Gust dreaded About the only reason for the gossip piank y;0 3 We view with alarm.
amendment providing for direct iegisla-1 mr several months past,
tatoes g
diastse. J W L»W»I, Porr. W Va, Tide
lion or tho initiative and referendum, j
“
“ 4 We stand opposed.
appears Lo be th at no other catholic
5ar lake
remedy ia sold by all Druggists.
lias ever been given a place in our con­
as it is usually called. This will give
"
“ 5 We are against.
ACME ITEMS.
LJ At A. L.X 1
D rv G o o d s , * G ro c e rie s * a n d * N o tion ^ ng wroi
sular or diplomatic service. An of­
“
“ t> Wo can see no good fo come. the.voters a chance to say whether they
BOOTH V», VEATOM.
tatoes i
wish the initiation and referendum or
ficial connected with the departm ent of
“
“ 7 It is all wrong.
Rv X Y Z.
zy 10T
not, and the only way in which it can
state, > —
said
“
“ 8 No benefits can result.
** of that
----- ' phase of Hie m atter:
part;
be adopted is by a # am endment to the
In tb s candidates of tho republican “ A U S consul's only duties are coui-
“
“ 9 A grave situation.
May 9th, 1900.
ree«
constitution
authorizing
it.
“
“ 10 We do not believe.
and union parties for joint senator of uiereial, and if Father Girimondi is the
School is progressing favorably under
•y, poos
“
“ 11 This country is oil the verge
Douglas, Jackson «fid Lane counties, we first catholic priest to bo given tho posi­
the direction of Miss Patterson.
y havii
“ 12 We believe in an anti.
A GRAVE ERROR.
And the sxtnemas in many respeefs, In tion, it is probably only because he is ! •>
«
B.llie Chamberlin and Frank Harris
“
11 13 We are confronted.
lii'.steni
th e form er, » o n R A Booth we find the first one who has applied with sup­
brought a fine raft of logs from South
n of Eu
Corralli* Gazette.
“
“ 14 The Devil is to pay.
slough.
• man trim h«s spent his lifetime port enough to attract tho favorable
Much faultfinding lias been indulged
“
“
15
We
demand
a
change.
If tro ut
The new firm of Spaugli & Butterfield
energy and capital in developing Hie re­ notice of thp appointing powers, as the
in by tlie critics of the government as are prepared to deliver «ordwood witli
lam bert
“
“ 16 Give us control.
sources, and advancing the interests of selection of ministers of other deiiouiina-
II not c<
to what has been by them called the promptness.
•»
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17
We
will
promise.
th is section and its people, il) fact a real nations Lo be consuls lias been quite
[tod. On
The criticism
Last Sunday several of our citizens
“
“ 18 Billingsgate nuxvomica “ l’orto Rico bill.”
public benefactor, i u the Ister, Hon common, and no reason exists to my
in . I t i
referred
to
was
occasioned
in
many
:
attended
church
in
Glcnada
slid
some
and slush.
) t M Vcatch we Hud a genial, InUflll- knowledge lor discriminating against
one tlii
instances because the critics did not “ t Mop,e creek also,
If the above platform does not catch
¿e n t, obliging gentleman, but an ob- the catholic clergy. In this particular
O
Y
csI
I
wrote
last
week
that
tlie
understand the p iirjo rt or intent of the
linsay,
atructionist in every sense of the word, case, il is probable th a t American mer­ votes enough this campaign we will
loggers would be treed but the typo or
1 •= T I * b <J b I; h ’
(tbs yery principles Iu) espouses being au- chants doing business with Brazil, surely have to give up persuading voters bill. The bill laid a duty upon certain compositor or some one else made me
cured b
going to and sa).
ASgeKU.tic to progress and prosperity and asked for the appointm ent, believing that free silver at a ratio of 10 to 1 will classes of merchandise
corrantud
from
the
United
States
and
Porto
Rico.
While
going
to
adjust
a
belt
in
tlie
Jiiesrhole caroer, both iu a public and Hint it would be good policy to have raise the price of wheat, wages, and all
It was erroneously supposed th at the mill today George Gibbs struck ids
prigatacapacity, blend in harmony with their commercial Interests represented kinds of vegestablea and quite telling
duty
was levied for the purpose of head against a board stunning him, and
these principle». We have known Mr by a catholic Ip • country where the them th at anti-expansion is wholesme
enabling the United States to speculate he fell across a wheelbarrow hurting l.is
y estcli, personally for twenty years and iiiUuential elements arc catholic,” I t talk and lets “ jino” tho social democrats,
. ,
,
, back quite badly.
the people of
*
hare alwnysgespeoted him as a neighbor is the catholics who aro doing the most We won’t have to change our politics olt of the necessities . of
.
1 Our old friend Johnathan Pitman is
Porto
Rico.
But
this
is
a
grave
e
rro
r,,.
,
n • is placing
,
u i
, nevy
b
>, ln town< He
Satibcri's
Jbut opposed hjs non-progressive policy talking about this appointm ent, and much to make the Hup.
because
the
bill
provides
th
at
tarill
so
mm-lbnery
in
position
and
ia
the
right
some
of
them
are
predicting
th
a
t
the
A
Bryan
Supporter,
an«l principle»- True lie made some-
collected shnil be all turned over to the man ir. the right place. We understand
wltat of an alleged record for economy church authorities will interfere and
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E uoxnk B ono llio republican nominee ; government authorities in charge if lie intends to bring Ids family here.
Ip ¿lie Oregon legislature as a rrpresent- prevent Father Girimondi accepting the
for county superintendent is a young administering the government of Porto
Sunday May 6lh was a red letter day
atils from Lan® upunly several years
t**iuon’
.u .in s t and 3 for the man who has taught successfully in the u ic0 ,0 be used to defray the expenses tor ,llB V'-wbytcnans of Siuslaw. Early
ago, but how did lisjnako i l l Simply
Tho yplv of o-
ana o »or wio
j
in the n:orning the steamer nrrtvotl
stf AU In public schools of bn no county for about o( their own government, mih I not a evnt
Pettus, ol Ais, to
°
«•
,
oring.ng k e v « Knotts ami Smuk and
ty , voting .in the negntiy» ®« ®vcry uieat- motion of a Senator »»-•»..-
«bat .came up. We Jiave known Mr send a resolution declaring Senator twelve years. His experience tn this o( R t0 be need for the benefit of the quit„ tt „umix r of the Florence memhero
line has given him a good understand-, United States proper.
to assist a t the organization of a thnrel
A’satch as a farmer, country school ttoelt, ol West Virginia, entitled to his
ihools and if
Tlie hill also provides that as soon as at Acme. , •. Rev ■ , Bilikiier
eouittously
««at
back
to
the
committee
on
elections,,
i»Kut
1,IU
»etda
of
our
,
,
«ftf.-l..'- m iller and politician, and it is
’
itfaIB further elected ho will be alio to work for ti e a civil government for Porto Rico shall waned his right to the s. ho< l house
¿ply in the latter capacity ¿hat w e can with instructions lo mvesiigaie turtiicr,
.
,
and a primary organization wa. ef-
,h at the senate as at advancemeot of the educational interest. ,m„ . lw n „rgan.z.R in accordance w ill, . ( (|
_ • | (
U , ie(ull
makes
it
certain
acoMd*1 l‘Un **ll‘ n,oro
ver>
the
provision
of
Has
act
and
notice
with
flowers
for
the
occasion.!
present
composed,
fully
accepts
tlm
of
the
county,
.ordinary success.
However, he will
thereof shall have been given to the Key Smuk preached an able discourse
he going about th e country dis- doctrine tliat the senate lias no legal
sopu
SUNDAY SERVICE3.
president he shall make proclamation on the home where ail Christians l.ope
*»*11- light to go behind the election of a
thereof, and thereafter all collections c( ,o arrive after the c.-.rcs nud toils la ic,
^ „ 7 them how to vote.
W h ile on the senator by a elate legislature. Tlie
idutieeaud taxes in Porto Rico undor ^ lie IU’181C
R>* loud pre.
Sunday School 16 AM.
„Hhsr b au d, w *«• ,lu '1 lwtor* ’ lp M r three dissenters were Senator* Morgan
Endeuvor 2:30 P M.
Arthur Taylor, local Agent,
Sunday May 13 UevSmlck will prornd. the provw o.i. of Hu. act shall be paid Ked e u ,p tio w a s we 1 rcnJere-l by the
jlo o tli we Rfid a re a l p ub lic benefactor and Pettus, of Ala, and Turner of
at Alpha at It A M nnd at Pead wood at into the treasury of Porto Rico, to be choir. Mr Burn I s? ng a fine solo ex-
Florence, Oregon.
urho instead ol how ling calam ity and Washington.
30 P M, and organize Sunday school, expended as' requited by law for tlie cC“ding any of h i. former performancee.
«doing e v e ry th in g lu Ida power to retard
Under the rules of the senate, it it
Sunday May W he «HI prendi in government and benefit thereof instead -Hm Irma Saubert united wun the
.«ugrees, l«ta P«*
»boulder to the impossible to force a vote upon any Florence nt 11 A M and in Acmo at
of being paid iuto the treasury of llie Presbyterian church,
« rj^ e l and baa n ot only prospered e i - n i.atu re opj>oeed by » determined
3 P M.
TC c m PATRONS«
U n ited States,
TUL GENTLE-WOMAN i, a month­
I G K nott «,
^ i p g l y hlm aeU but lias brought p ro . m inority. Senator Jones, of Aik, the
l»rvtsr-’»h rn« whf’hrr yon pen finer ♦>.
Mr«.
Ù..-oH!
Pastor.
ly magazine devoted to subjects of inter­
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u . ht. ,4 bbL
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p»„y to O»r country and U, i t . people j leader of the deinocrate, lias public ly
T O C U R E A C C LD IN O N I DAY.
arranger’'®»*1
Otit», rr, - ¡f»fr«r% e< I >..« nir j-
est
to the ladies. The regular siihserip-
° bavn made
Her.
|m
ri&
wt
the
blv
-J.
FOB lit*
stated th a t the army re organization bill,
•Snr<«
mxQh.Tjd.
1VANTXI' SK' KL M PERNOS.
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we
will
(ornisi
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Tuke L ax itivk B romo Q vimixb T ar - la àe«!T^
wptwwi.« me ill It i e ii o w n t!'? iL'i!r"X.‘"nhl5
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All
draggists
refund
the
money
.(
umors , b««», prod -” - ......... ■
lk "
ru re. K W G kovk ’ s signature
. „ a k \ . . . ¡ i u » , .1 » W .~ I « g *
‘ " on every t>ox. 25e.
have your name placed in tho great
register of legal voters. Better attend
|o I t a t once if you have not already
dono eo.
n - i 'm
I »
0. W. HURD.
CHEAP CASH STORE!
si
Unteburt pi.tiutealer.
FLORENCE MEAT MARKET.
........J u s t O o e n e d ....... .
Goods as Reoresented
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