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EUOENE. LAE COUNTY, ORE. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 10. 1900
BUCKLEY TO TIE FRONT
THE POLITICAL FORECAST
' G'ttlnq Rt,dy forth Kray.JTu
Jtrrthrrt Organiting lit form dub
.Yi( Faroriug Erpr iruion. Muni
a It'Jvnn Administration j in rally
Blachley, Or. Jan. I. 1900. As
this is the beginning of the
week, the ginning of the
month, the Urginning of the rir
and last though not Uast. the be-
ginning of the nineteenth century
it lhoo-ve every American citizen
of the United Stat to -put hi or
her ahouhler to thwherl ami be
pin to push onward anil upward.
Politically spciking we have
got to rhtan ut
avii.e of (he ninety
ring known to
hitUiry from municipalities to the'
national oapilal. II we the email j
wage earner and farmer do not
do something to help ourrVlve no J
one eh will.
High Urift and
high ta ten will drive u to. C pi to 1 of thii date. . I know you
the wall, and under the present j have a hard fight and .the
management they will get higher masse of the people of thit county
initead of lower. - ( .. land atate should trip you. T.
If aecreUry of the treasury Gage ' "
ahouldcall in a few more million! ' The L1 M c Huston,
dollar' worth of londa liefore the fThe following additional aket?h
are due in order to help an me of
hi. it hanker th -.,.. ,.r tK.
, . ir I rineville. . Oregon will be rend
people must tufTer. wilb much inU,t u furnlphH1
We aregoing toorganiiea reform "veral " regarding CUy Hue
cluu out here i a Uw .e,y. a..aa t., V."'""?""
gei oumeivea in narneaa reanv iir
. .. .
aa ready for ,
the fray. We will nitoteexpan-
.ton..rnot f.eo Iha'
Philippine Mand. to the United ,
Flat, ao that a .landing army cl T.
fram fifty to one . hundred thona- j
and mn to be placed there fpr!
per.onl p.in and national ruin. I
But we tar let them govern them-!
aelvea under our protection and
tell other nation to keep away,
and they will keep away, t?o, you
bet. We will favor the unlimited
r.niM nf ailtiAe a& thm rlin nf Ifi
to 1 and favor W J Bryan f the,,,nlh" a.n propnetor of the
pt preaideni of the United 8uiet,,r""i 1 rS
believing he will bring about .he , eountr M 3 T:lberow of Cro,;k
nectar, refor. needed to lift lb. "" ZT1" P6P
burden from our thould.ra. " s ''vinK "llh lh"
Mr Kditor we would like " ?nkt r,v'r nMr Forl
i i li 1 be with hw other young men by
know through yoor valuah'e paper' , , . '
how th. delegate, to th. democrat-! the " !,,f Dubbln "d McCo
(c cx,l,nty convention, will U; n left the Crow train, fitted up a
apportioned. We want to . come wtou lor for ,n
well represented, for w. want no!u' S"k,, nd h
mora of the Thorn Trnirat in eon. I umblt "ver. to the U lllametU
greaawhodld nothing but draw
hi wagea. Bat we will favor the
ailvtr-tongued Larken BUyeu.
The holidaya paaaed off quietly
out here; 8anta Claut did not for
fat UR but cam thit way with a
bountiful tupply of all the goodrfcn" "
.i ... .v.. vi 'in Linn county near Waahlngton
and pretty thing that beloaga to
the human family.
C II Baughman ilnUhed a very
tMoaaaful term of achoal Ult Fri
day and left Toeedev for hit home
M Pleaaant Grove.
Italah Blater anad. hia rrgnlar
butioeaa trip to Junction City thit
The Ouard't printed Hit of the
aolid taxpayer, .and copied by the
Janollon City Timet la "not alto-
grther satisfactory , as it left oil
tha taxpayer a of the turnout Lak?
creek valley. .
Mrs Motley Ifaberland a-id
daughter Elsie visited Mti William
Blachley last week.
Married, at the residence of the
bridegroom' father, A P Slater,
January 1, 1900, Mr Aa M Slater
and Miaa Pearl A Jackaon, W W
Post, justice of the eac, cfliciat-
After the tervicrt a fine wed
upper ..waa awaiting the
guest which included a large circle
of rrlativea and friend.
Mr Editor, in conclusu.n I want
to tay in behalf of your valuable
paer, the Broad -Axe. the paper
'or the people, thut long may it
live and that ita rircuUtiin may
rrach every household - in the land
for no rational man should be
without the Axe, to it tan help ita
editor hue and cut every corrupt
rirgftrr out of the courthouse and
' "he I ate II C Huston furniahed
u" b brother, Knot Huston of
wa vvai t nwivu eaa vt M
.. .... ..
H C Hutton aPUired hi tchool
in ' ,Neu 'W"Wp
i"0" r Col,,r tInd,M- Io
moved with hi. , -rent to
county, Iowa where ne re-
J0'"?1 lJul ho",l,m. V'nf 10
Lincoln county. Miatouri, where
I he remained until the apring of '52
: when he ttarted aero, the plaint
in the Crow train. Andrew Crow,
loog a resident of Lane county,
but finding it impobl. to
aoo wiey leu ineir improvieea
boat and walked to the Oregon
trail. Here he fell in with the
Miller train, King Milter being the
oaptatn. With King Miller and
..i : i I 1-.- i .v. e.ii
butte, where he remained daring
th wlnUr of '52-53, running Oal
lagher'a aawmill. In the spring of
'61 ha want to Yrehw, California to
try the mine, not Kkic ho
oollnok, and on paatldg thmttfh
Lane eoonty he aaw the Amerioan
Bottom, then the most inviting
ptaoe he ever aaw. He retnroed ia
the autaaa of '53 and looated hia
donation alaim whert ha em after
lived aad dlad.
Hate, Or Jin. rt, 'I'JOO. Editor
Hn. id-Axe: I hive waited a Ion
tune in aiVnee And vow uieyle you
will ec"H- me fur bortihaHiiig
your aat.cMm with a ftr line
f.om lltlt my new Ifnie. in
v.ry bre.vt H which, there in any
ymj 'tl.y will Atiee a ign when
tney t'utik -f a.in.an moving
over the roinlj of' Oregon in
winter. I l-ve bwn over a month
moving i r ".jree it-king the. beat
daya I ci'iiM finii and aeveral day
uiy judgiu-it titled and nae
quently got drench i with rain.
Hut I am now a remanent nxUire
on Klk Prairie whure I have a very
lioe little home. Come up next
aummer Mr Ami n.ad aee me and
e oonvinced, a id we will caUh
aoaie trout and iiave a good tim.
I think I have rtrucV one of the
beat neighborhoods I ever taw. Up
to the front in mo t everything.
I attended a acbl exhibition at
our erhool houae th" other nieht
and it excelled auy'.ng of the
kiud 1 ever taw in trie country.
Miaa Millie Howari the
teacher. Two of George llale'a
daughter! receivvl diploma a
of Ute . public achool
;coure. Miaa Nettie Halt at the
organ and Kane Hale and Thorn
aaTaybr with .linUsa Bii.de x
ellcntrtiivio. Sinoa'tbA' bJijaye tet inT tn
people have .bad several eocial
gathering..- 1 pminiee to give you
item ofuner now eiuce X am Tr
eated. W. P
Publle Servant tome IliciJ.
The W.thington Pot of IVot ;r,
ber 12 containa an invoice of tt:e
article! of furniture lurnuued i r
the vice president' room, a partial ;
list with other items ot which t
print as follows:
li.r ulk mohair Kkadlira carpet.
AalHa MahooAr iWl
Mahuvaay Itbrary talU
Two rural ftruuah ran
Two balta bru. au.nl laea curtalaa
Naavulllan allk vat vat aonlen
But, after all theee oottly dei.r
and tables and curtains and ou.. ;
things, are thrown into the h. o
bv thecrownint: item of extrnva
gance. Upon the mahogany di sk
of the Vioe President is a silvir
inkstand. It ia massive, ariiic,
elegant It ought to be. The tax
payers of the United States p?ul
for that single inkstand upon ti e
Vioe President'a detk the sum of
one thousand dollars.
There are other items in thii
report of expenditures which afforit
food for thought. For inataace, it
ouat the Senate $136 for lemous for
lemonade during one week in J one
but it may have been a pretty h: t
week while the sUtementjthat at
the same time
5,700 empty bottles, which had
oonUinad lithia watsr, were re
turned, ahows that the 8ehatirs
must have had aa . almost ' un
quenchable , thirst, i During the
bhstard laat winter the Senate
spent 100 lor tarriagea.
Tat ealnora hi Ori-pl
about, five thousand, dug out flV
700,000 in gold laat year. With
thii about 13,000 each, tbey ought
I be in pretty good eircumaunce.
clter paying their grab and cloth
ing bill ard the Watherman.
This is pretty good pay for work
ing eight hnurt! That is what
(hey would have got had the mine
been public property, but aa P. it,
thrc m much irerty and dittrett
tliere, while thoae who are doing
nothinf got nearly all that ' gold.
But U.ea the worker believe that
Ui plan net can be bought and
told, and that tao who do not
own any of it have no right to be
on it. What fooliehne. the peo
ple can be educated to
1 1 . ? " . .
She has surtedfor her home at
Kugene, where her parent reeide. j
Mr Ctair Hinkson waa a gueet
of Mr La. Rue laat Sunday.
.. Mr Henry Hinkson of this place
has beea to Eugene to apend the
holidatf, and to visit his
Mies Kelt lliokaeta, hot
Mrs W II Pierce baa returned
home at last after her long stay in
Small-pox is getting near us, it
:i at Mr Vorria Johnaona aeveral
j miltt frotl;
' Mr 1IoPellofJ and fjtmiI
i rAVt arrived.
Fuirview school house
narrow escape from fire a short
t lue ago. The cause of the fire
waa the defect in the flue causing
the fire to drop down on the ceiling
; r '
S But Mr
a small bole in the root.
W U Pierce who was cut-
i ti-is tawloirs near by came and nut
, (lUt lne fire ,
Mrs A G Post who is suffering
.from asthma ia quite poorly again.
I Cold are frjnent, and every
i '-"'y are barkirg.
Mr William Sutherland ami
wife, are still at Ulentenia. Their
r turn is expected soon. X
Mr W H Pierce was a meat of
Mrs P 8 La Kue, lust Sunday.
Miss Bertha Sergentand Beatrice
s..ler were the goests of Mrs A U
iyst, last Sunday.
Mr Watt has returned from
Etitftne, and reports the roads al
aim t impassible.
Mr W II Pierce has Lotton
blackberry bushes in bloom, and
-.allhoie he will have a good
'. They' have" commented logging
acatn at the Happy Camp wo are
Mr Henry Hinkson had another
accident while logging. Ho alipped
eff of a log, striking a ' knot on n
othsr, hurting hia aid quite bad-
.on ,uu ,. at ,S ia not prei-j, whelt Q w, ,w
ty m.ich like onttbing fiah on thlie ; wok1 tftd prodoce. bnt
hares Appeal to Ra.n. U10 much CJkn he lvt for u?
Alma I torn. tea" get 3.5 or 37 cenu for a buaiw-l
January 4 1900. lf wheat and can buy abirut or.'
Ld Broad-Axe: land a half pounds of coffee in rr
The rain still continues to poar.ilurn fcr nii ubel of weat. Ci--Mis.
Sergeot's school has closed fetndin ""."hing he buy.
fter a pleaaant Urm of two month. "V0, T"ut hj8her t,,ai1 "hat be
lrt but ia alright again.
Mr ? S La Rue and family
were h.viied to p;n New Year hi
Mr W II Pierce.
Mr F H L k je hat etard
hia taw mill, and : a. ing.
. Mr Sutherland , and boys
working on the roaJ, but are
pected to get tbroush toon.
"oiu-hoKt" Tupo and Srrond
. Afxxtl to the Broad-A if.
Proaperitv has arrived! Yes I
See it ' hat evervlhins tieriiiin
uuin,!that it has. The1 fanner, have
Jhe people of the raral r?itrict
are not entirely foolish as some of
the newipapera teem 'to think.
When the farmer gets 1 per bu
ahel for hia what and 20 oents a
' ' v .chis j puun'i
i . I " ouiwrr.
, tuao Tvn da,(or ten hoare worii
(notatteen as' at present) and is
not burdened froia liiTee lck in
the uioming till ten o'ciwa at
nihtwiih taxes, an don't have
to juggle with hen fruit to pay oh'
bi newspaper bill thtn he'll
know he's )roffperous without be
ing told so by some wise editor
...... a..,. . .
You can see prosperity and :ts
effects on the streets of Lugene, on
Saturdays when tie prwerou
farmer come in to trade. They!
prveent a general prosperous appearance-'-
aome so prosperous t'.iat
tbey can't buy an o7rtci t or au
umbrella to turn tbe aoaking rain.
Ah! ha! Wha'dye Ut us for?
Line up tberel Git a move Yf!
whtn old "proep" arrive we wili
touch him for a jingle and we will
put on more vulgat agonv than
a sick cat with nine tails and walk?
foxier than a Njnth stret editor.
I'd prefer a gold cane with an iory -head
and a pair of "gold glims"
to rubber at the girls through aa
they pass along.
Hush you beasts, you prosperity
howlara oouldent buy a chicken
coop; you couldea't smell the rut
on a pocket book. . Whenever you
go to a dog show, you aee it gratis
for a pufl in yoor n-t edition. '
And whenever yea travel the rail
road oenntany give you a tree pats,
Bufo I paid to falsify the
truth and nobody blamee 700; ,
you Ulk,for moneyand vmi talk
in. the iatereat of those who have
hired you. ' The next man yon
hear ahooting prosperity don't be
lieve him tell him he a lunatic.
I'll see you kltr.