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Eugene City (■unni
A BrlgM LMie Boy TOUR OF INSPECTION
Wrrulrl be *urr of a welcome in almost
But what a welcome hr-
. AFRIL 2* anv home
would have in a horn-- where the hope
of children had been extinguished
What a welcome this particular " bright
Inion State Ticket.
little boy ” did have in such a home,
may be judged by the dosing paragraph
of his mother’» —--- t-------
letter, given tie-
........................ Üastilla County
W M fierce
low. Tner* i* no
....... ... Multnomah County
room for the
which recounts a
For Supreme JuSgs
»tory of fifteen
A M Ramsey
.............................Marion County years of suffering
«nd a perfect cure
For Food Commissioner
by the use of
W M Hchulmcrtck................ Washington County " three bottles of
Dr. Pierce's Favor
Congressmen First District.
Dr Bernard baly .............................. take County ite
two bott les of
For Frosocutlng Attorney.
‘ Golden Medical
d H Haaaril
.................................... Coo* County Discovery,’
some of the ‘ Pel
Lane County Citizens Ticket. lets.
For Joint Senator—
ness is the result
K. M. VEATCH, Cottage Grove.
which are curable.
Jt has often hap
LEVI GEER, Cottage Grove.
pened that when
E. K HKIPWORTH, Eugene.
scription ” has
CH AH. HARWOOD, Florence.
cured a woman of
For County Judge—
H. R. KINCAID, Eugene.
and the nervous
condition attending it, her return to
health is signalized by the birth of her
J. R. HILL, of Ricbardson.
first child. " Favorite I*re»cription" make*
weak women strong, sick women well.
H. H MILLtORN, of Jm.vttou.
■I cannot tell half that Dr Pierce » medicine
haa done for me,- writes Mrs. T. A. Kasan. ot
Norris, Watauga Co.. N. C. "It wilt do all that
W. W. WITHERS, fTiiur ton.
isclairnerl for It- prevent miscarriage and ren
der childbirth easy It has given me a bright
little fioy, and I w<?uld n<4 have had him had it
not been for ysur wonderful medldue, I can
A. H. PATTERHON. of Eugene.
not -ay too much in praise of It: I think it la
worth its weight in gold. I thank God for my
For Hclrool Hup. ri- ceodeiit
Ute, and Dr. Pierce n.r my health.”
W. M. MILLER, of (’..-»well.
* Pleasant Pellets” dear the com
E. R. PARKER. <>f lest Valley.
. For Hurveyor-
LINCOLN TAYLOR, t Cottage Taylor paid but thirty - six cents
tax that gentleman would not have
been nominated for commissioner.
DR. W. L. CHESHIRE, of Eu
The convention wan composed of
Committee Views Sites for Pro
posed 1.0.0. F. Home.
Tells a Citizen Reporter all the
Eacts About the Henry Day
Is lull of the h
in Ladies Belts :
Weekly ClUzeu, «urcssor tu Brosd-Z xe, Apuli 2.
We asked Mr. Withers why be had
t. t made souk taleinetit fir publha-
tiou regarding the Henry Day aftatr
your stomach is bad, your liver out uf
Mr. Wittier* replied:
order. Ayer’s Pills wi.l clean your
EUGENE A FAVONEO FLSCE
“I have never felt it neces-ary to
tongue, cure vour dyspepsia, make
your liver right. Easy to take, easy
Mr. W. T. Williamson, of H*teui, T. pay any attention to tbe numerous
to operate. 25c. All druggists.
F. Ryan, of pregou City, and R. Hcott, reports that Mr. Day’» conduct as 'ny
of Portland, were in Eugene yesterday deputy naturally gave rise to, believ
\Saut your mousUuhe or beard a beautiful
brown or rtrh Mark? Th-ntue
makiug a tour of inspection for the lug that whatever blame his cour-e
grand lodge, I O O F. These gentle | might cause to attach t<> me, time
men were appointed a special com would make all things light, so far ss
mittee to view aud report on a site for I was concerned.
“Tbe report that Mr. Day’s friend*
tbe propos«*! home to be established at
some point in tbe state by this lodge, or any one else, save myself, ever nut
and were in Eugene on this business. up a cent to make good bis defalcation
April 24, 1900.
The contest for location of tbe home is utterly false, as any one intereated
Quite a frost last night, but not
ba* virtually narrowed down to three m»y know by oonjulllnr th* First enough to -eriounly injure tlie fruit.
places, Eugene, Portland and Ruse National bank. I borrowed from that
On account of bis being crippled,
burg, and the sit«* offered ar- beii g bank, with my father a» surety, the
Rev R G Callison failed to meet bis
examined with a view to handing in a amount neces-ary to replace what Day
appointment at DeX'er la t H nday.
report of recommendation at the next had taken, mid I am paying < ft’ the
Mr* J B C’ruzsn, ot Cloverdale,
session of the grand lodge, which uh et* dehtju-tas fast as I am making it.
When Day decamped I had no money, vitdted friends at Zion last Hunday.
at Astoria in May.
Tbe site offered in this city consists having bought land and paid for it; Dr Hearbrough, of Creswell,
of 33 acres, owned by R F Hcott, of with what my salary had brought me. called Sunday to attend Mr* Mallnda
Criswell, lies near the Univer-iiy
"No. No one has ever repaid me a Mathews, of June, who is quite ill
campus and just north of the home of cent of that money, nor do I expect or with grippe.
Dr I D Driver. This Is one of the best desire Mr Day’s friends or anytme else
Mr James Parker has gone to Port
l<x«tiou* which can lie found in the to do so. However, I may state that land asa juryman in the United States
eutIre valley. It Is roomy enough for when Day ran away 1 was bis security court at that place. He was accom
the needs of the home, is near «trough i on a noie for $150. I felt that Day’s panied by Mrs Parker.
tbe city to be convenient, ami far 'relations ought Io pay this note under
Leander Cruzan is a little improved
enough out to be secluded. It nas all the circum-tanoes, and wrote to
sluee our last report.
the natural advantages which cun Henry's brother, Rev. Frank Day, at
Miss Maggie Teiupleman, who b*s
attach to such a site, natural damage, Newberg, to that effect. Rev Day did
is high and dry and will afford an not even answer my letter, much less been working in Vincent’s restauraut
in Eugene is home on a visit.
excellent view of all points of beauty ' pay off the note.”
Mr and Mrs H M Parvin visited
and Interest in the uoper valley.
“What have you to say, Mr Withers,
Tbe committee expressed ihertis« Ives about not apprehemling Mr Day?” we Eugene Haturda
Tiie Trent sawmill is engaged In
representative men, and it was a* very much pleased with the »lie asked him.
PRECINCT OFFICER*, KUURNK.
offered here and its environmeul, and
the timber ¡oft Mr Pitzer’s
in their tour of inspection they will means and was utterly unable to follow place. They are sawing railroad ties
GEO. W. KINHEY.
that made such a nomination pos-
find nothing better. The central Day and meet necessary excuses, for ' principally.
of Eugene, its equable you must understand that to appre
Henry has moved front the sawmill
J. M. MARTIN.
Taking last year as a basis from climate, its natural advantages aud all hend an absconding criminal of Day’s back to bis borne a'. June.
vhioh to make an estimate the el*e combine to make this the favored intelligence, who had a week’s start,
K eo .
AS VIEWED ABROAD.
'ommissioner to be elected in June place for the location of such a home, I would be no light aftair. Besides I
was more interested to see that what
vill assist in handling about $300,- and tbe report of thia committee, he had stolen was replaced first than
The Salem Journal Gives the 100 for county purposes during his which is virtually decisive, will be to
awatied with interest.
"The court having offered only $100
Dull headache, pain» in various parte
the Register's ‘‘Resources”
four years’ term of office. The
Tbe home to be established by the for Day’s arrest, I was disappointed of the body, einkitig ,at the pit of the
voters of Lane county will not Odd Fellows wiil be on a scale com and handicapped. Having had to stomach, Ines of appetl’.e, feverishness,
borrow some $2000 to meet demand*
elect a thirty - six cent taxpayer to mensurate with the neetls of this oon*equont upon Day’s embezzle pimples or sores, are all positive
ment, I did not feel like borrowing evidence of inqwre blood. No matter
The Register of this morning handle their hundreds of thousands
financial condition and the pride with money to expend tn searching for Day, how it became so, it must be purified
devotes several columns of space to of dollars.
which It always makes modern and this is all there is to that.
in order to obtain good health. Aoker’s
"Aud you may say,” said Mr Blood Elixir has never failed to cure
an effort to convince its readers J. R. Hill, Citizen*' candidate, advances. The G uahd I s Uifornied
that taxes due the county, but pays $113 tax.__________
that the building» and ueceMsary outlay a- y one, all that I shall receive as my Scrofulous or Syphilitic poisons, or any
other blood dts'aees. It is certainly a
to t>e made at the opening of the Iroiue salary these two years to tie placed as I wonderful remedy «nil we sell every
much of which will no* lie collected
bottle on positivea guarantee. For
before the fall and wiu'er months, SENATORS DON’T LIKE THE will exce«Mi $50 000, which will be of the office.”
i»le try W L Dt t.ano.
expended within the first two years,
are '‘resources” to Ite figured against
ar.<l that other Iniildiugs and lm|Tov<- exact words of Mr Withers, and will
the $118,000 indebtedness on which
nt< ut* will be added as time uro t-s put to rest the various reports which
X Powder Mill Explosion.
In circulation concerning tbe
Lane county is paying interest.
An honest expression of opinion on. This bon.i- will la- for all O.oi are
Henry Day affair.]
The Salem Journal has this criti from millionaire Clark of Mon
drastic mineral pills, but both are
cism that is exactly in point:
tana. just refused admission to the of its conveniences, for those nnfortu-
mighty dangerous. Don’t dynamite
naieandwho need assistance and for
A Lane county paper admits United States senate, would be very
the delicate machinery of your body
the care of orphans of members ot ihe
April 20, 1900.
that the outstanding warrants in
with calomel, croton oil or aloes pills,
interesting. He probably thinks order who need the tender care whi -h
Butter—35 to 50c per ro’
that county are $114,095.98, but
when Dr King’s New Life Pills, which
points with pride to the alleged
are gentle as a summer Irreeze, do the
Poultry—$3 50 to $4 50 i»-i uozen.
fact that thee unty has $00,739.33 places in about the same manner,
Cur s headache,
Dried prunes—3 to 5jc
‘‘resources” applicable to the pay nly chesjier, and should not object a».~uied as well that if the site ill tiilt
constipation. Only 25c at W L De
Flour—75 per sack.
ment of the same. Holding that o his companionship. Clark should
I Lano's drug store.
Oats—25 to 35 cents according to
amount of “resources," while the . ecollect that he set too rapid a state will have no occasion to r<gr< t
quality. Dealers demaud asm pies be
old warrants are drawing eight l»er
..ace for his would-lie colleagues. If
cent intere. t, is an indictment.
Court House Notes.
e bad spent a reasonable amount
Potatoes—35c. cash per bushel.
April 5, a dark bay
■e might have been admitted,
mare, weight about 1000 pounds; white
POLITICS THAT PAYS.
Wheat—38 to 40ete.
.$1 350 00
star in forehead, and mane reached
-'etiators do not wish to go home Real estate mortgage
last fall. A suitable reward for her
H"pe—5 to 8 cents.
Real estate mortgage
or election w ith such a precedent
returu or for information leading to
Two years ago our neighbor on
C. M anx , J k .
or expenses. Clark would s. end Release of mortgage........
Eugene, April 17, 1900.
the south, Douglas county, elected
i million where the ordinary sen- R -d estate mortgage..... .
Union officials. That it has been
A t S pencer P recinct .—Hon. E.
itor would hesitate to contribute Ha isfacti m of mortgage.
All persons knowing themselves in
for the best interest* of the people
09 oo debted to J H Lee are requested to call R. Skipworth, Citizens’ nomiree for
is shown by the following presenta
tire legislature, spoke at Central school
REAL KHTATK TRANSACTIONS
at once and settle, a» he needs the
house, Spencer precinct, this afternoon
tion of fact* published in the Rose
J C Goodale, Hr, and wife to J i’ money, and must have it. All persons
The Register recently stated that
at 1:30 o’clock to a good audience. He
burg Review of April 23:
G «tdale, Jr, lots h and <1, block I and having claims against J H Lee are re-
was accompanied on his trip by Editor
The semi-annual report of the I. L. Taylor, Republican candidate e I lot I tn block 4, all in Coburg; $400. q us ted to present the same.
.Mr L«e desire» to thank the public
O H Willard to J C Klopfenstein el
county officers printed in today’s for commissioner, would move to
fot the favors extended him during the
Review is interesting in at least Eugene as soon as he was elected. al, Horseshoe mining claim; $.<><>.
B orn .—April 24, to the wife of Lafe
O A C R R Co to J W McClure, SO time he operated the Eugene brick Mitchell, of Crow, Or, a son.
one r -ejiect. On July 1st, 1898, J. R. Hill, the Citizens candidate,
yard, and asks a continuance f«r
when the Union official* took their will remain on hie farm, if elected. acres lit tp 21 s r 2 w; $280.
Experience Is the bes‘t teacher. Use
seats, the county debt was $99,-
Mrs Margaret Edmunaon to M H tie successor, Mr J M Martin.
’s English Remedy in any case
578.91, according to the official
Potts, 158 53 act.- in tp It. s r 2 e; $700.
Ik» You K now —That McClanahan
figure« of the retiring officials; now, come a county burden if successful
G U Hnappet ux to H C Hchleef, lot I* paving 11 cant»cash tor eggs; chick of coughs, colds or croup. Ebould it
fail to give immediate relief money re
In Cottage Grove; $800.
after only twenty-one months, it is at the polls.
ens fl to $4.50 per dozen or 7J cents per funded. 25 cts and 50 cts. For sale by
W L DeLano
$13,578.91 lew. This excellent
Will the people ot Lane county
pound. Don’t forget tne place, at the
showing is made notwithstanding elect a man commissioner who only
The Vulcan, Blue River, by G W Eugene Real Estate A In vestment I I'OK HALE—A fine oak case, six
the fact that the court house has
octave Estey organ, oak bedroom
been rebuilt and refurnished at a
Hweet William, Blue River, by W II
suite, tables, large book case, sewing
cost exceeding the insurance uj>on
J afs at H prinofield .—Thirty-four
machine and horse and surrey. W
the burned building by several
The Palmer, Blue River, by L P Japanese have arrived at Hpringtield
I' Spaulding, East Ninth strstt,
thousand dollars, and the tax levy
decreased for the current year by
H P R K.
AH TRAY HOKHE.—Came to the I.
Ethel, Bohemia, by II M Bower*
some $20,000,thus giving the ]>eople
N. Mulkey larm, Pleasaut Hill,
and Hila* Clay, locator*.
Lewis Ackerman, Goshen, Ind.,
of the county some ot the substan
about one month »luce. Is* year
Clift mining claim, Bohemia, by J B say*. “DeWitt's Little Early Kisers
tial and gratifying fruits of econom
lingmare colt. Iron grey.
Many children look too Klopfenitein et al, locator».
always bring certain relief, cure nty
ical government. Had the assess
can haveauinial by proving property,
Belle and Bessie claim. Blue River headache ami never gripe.” They
ment valuation lieen as high as in old for their years.
paying for keep, aud advertising of
genera I y cleRCee auii iuvlgorate the
former year* the actual county go about with thin faces and district, by D E Welsh, locator.
same. J. C. T kalk , Pleasant Hill,
Missing Link, Bohemia, by Alex bowt'i* and liver.
debt in this present statement
would have shown further corres sober manners not in keep Pugh and H V Marcu», locator».1
The Hixty-niuth regiment of New
ponding decrease. This condition ing with robust childhood.
York veteran* passed a resolution
and H C Marcus, locator*.
taining 320 acres for sale at a bargain.
of the county’s finances is evident
ottering the services of the company to
Big Maud, Bohetala. by W H Blair, Paul Kruger. It is a pleasing fact that
Will »ell *a » whole or in part», one
that politic* sometimes pays the
containing implement», house and
people who engage in it. In this
the veteran* of the retel lion are almost
Sadie B, Bohemia, by Frat k E B air, universally Iti sympathy with the
two barn», consisting of 13-5 acres;
inslanoe it has certainly paid the
the other pasture land principal^.
’Twill till out the hollow locator.
tax[>ayers of Douglas county to
Hltuated six mile«, from Eugene.
elect the present Union official*— places, increase the weight,
Work on th* new elevator of the
on or address J M Gearhart,
men who made the right kind of
Kttgene Mill A Elevator Company is
and bring a healthy color
pledgee and kept them faithfully.
progressing rapidly, and will be ready
In this connection it might not to the check.'.
445 acres of well watered |>*>ture for u»e m accommodating the coming
l>e out of place to emphasiie the
land, good fences, but no l-nrn or ciop It is « substantial addition the
1 >"t that a Union legislature would, provement continues long bouse, situated 7 miles south of Eugene, busline-, neetls ot this company, which
for sale al a t.srgaiK
also, save the [>eople much money. after they c -tse using the Is ottered
Term«, $3000. Will »ell for $lik«.l ha* cue of the nto»t complete mills and
PLAC ED our orders fj
Notwithstanding the reduced as- Emulsion,
down and baiane* on time Io suit < evator* In tin entire upper valley.
had decided to make f
»<-a»ment valuation Douglas county
tac. and $1 w\ ’I drug^t*»«,
"Near Cottsge Grove a prosperous tiAla.irt. Cor. Wi and 7th n
SCOTT A DoWNt
- • st». \»w Yoe^.
Address, T h I'K s TON Uoot'l- 4STU HE.
pay* this year $25,5C>3 45 into the
fsrtner bsii trouble in getting his son
state treasury because of the •X*
us we would have ■
out of twd morning* to do the choree.
travaganoe of the Republican leg- TRUSSES. 65c. 1L25 ANÜ UP
A PtoNKgR I ncident .—A* the meet i The tsiy had » habit of answering
a beautiful linel
i- ature if thia stale tax wa* | f
ing of the Native Daughter» at *y***ir,' aud goiug to »hep again.!
and Hats ihat must l<e closed out tlw
r luced one half, as it might lie if
(.Vrvaill« a lady prewtit told th* Recently-be »»* particularly anxious
,.Our spring Line of Clothing 2
t roper economy was observed in
tollowltig: "Her own at.d the family to get the young man up for important
appropriating money, our county
P. Kellogg make. The only mail
of Joe Merk were neighbor» in ttie old work, and to make no ruMtake, called
official* could easily w tp* out our
that guarantee all their clothing,
day». On the arrival of her father’» the boy, got the *ye*»ir,’ then slid
interest-bearing debt in a few
family at The Italie» from the long upstairs, turned the covers down and
as we mv.st have the room“
y»ars without levying any addi
trip arrow the plain», the first veg. I gave the |«*r»on there a g'»xi spanking.
these goods. It will pad
eeeurvd from lire »ettiers. Il hap,»tied on the night before the
. - e'.w ‘ *'■**
Two great c*bbags head* were bought, hired gi"l h»4 »sen given the boy'»
be . <*M Ht» oar CWktos
A THIRTY SIX CENT MAN
•»* >«■ will J*
amsnrtara It «-I w» «ltd after »11 mailtl>* OU dry fissi, the room tt bell tire tumult waa over the
• m ot what *•«
children were so ravenous f >r gr».-i old noil »at dowu behind the b»rti
$2.751 dlrl *hs‘
tire <at ts«ge ti.-».|» and drafted a written apology to the
tlad the Lan« county Republi
ESLICK A Co. CHrCAhC I before the latter could tar co ked."
can oon ven lion known that J. L.
Displays an e
Men’s Bicycle S
Is stocked with
things for Spri
we solicit you
out of But
Will sell my entire stock c
Millinery and Fancy Good
S co U a £tnuUicn-