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who have been personally disappointed.
No atate ever bad , a Governor who
lived In a more unpretentious manner,
nor who more kindly treated all classes
of people who have approached him on
er laboring man who baa called at the
executive office ;? baa been as cordially
received as the most distinguished dig
nitary. The efforts of the disgruntled
at this time la to deliberately throw the
Governorship away from Marlon coun
ty, an effort that should not find a
single supporter ; among Republicans.
This admitted purpose is not only In
gratitude but la actual disloyalty to
Marlon county, i ' ,
THE BEET SUGAR INDUSTRY.
- The enormous) growth of the : beet
sugar Industry Is apparent from stalls-tlcs-recently
compiled by C; F. Baylor,
special agent of the Department of Ag
riculture. Ilia figures ahow that the
production of beet sugar In the United
' States In the season 1901-62 has aggre
gated 185,000 tons, an Increase of 140
per rent from 77,000 tons produced Jdur
ing the season of 1900-01. There were
31 factories in operation in 1900, accord
ing to the census figures, and 11 more
were started In 1201. ' There are nine
factories in course of construction for
operation in 1902. j Other companies
have organized' with a total capital of
t9,0f)0,000 and will require annually a
working capital in addition of .19,000,000.
According to Special Agent Sayjor.they
would purchase from the farmer annu
ally beets to the amount of $14,700,000,
besides many other crude materials.
r FILIPINO METHODS.
The resistance to American authority
In th? Philippines had Its beginning in
misrepresentation and falsehood and is
still being kept alive by the sameimeth
ods. .The Filipino were encouraged to
believe that the American people were
In sympathy with their resistance, by
a few men In Congress w bo wantedUo
.' make political capital out of the ritua
Hon In which the Spanish-American
. war left th. country at lis close. Thla
, .was the cause of the uprising on Feb--'
ruary 4. 1H, while th. Senate was dis
cussing the treaty ceding the Islands.
jne natives Knew mat there was ap
position to the retention of the Philip
pines, but they did not understand the
.jiniotive that prompted-U. They were
tied to believe that the opposition would
bring about a revolution In this coun-
, try, and they struck the blow thinking
that their friends on this slde; of the
water would also take up arms in sup
port of tht I r cause. : '
Agulnaldo. led his ieopl to Ibelleve
that thw Americans were a race of
butt hers. He told them how we had
come, to America, robbed the '. Inidans
of their lands and home and had fol-
: lowed them into the forest and hunted
, them down like wi?d beasts. They had
now come to rob the Filipino in . the
fame. way. Everything that could'be
said to misrepresent the American to
pie was Spread broadcast over the .isl
ands; and by this means the native
armies were recruited.
j Late, mall advices from the Philip
pines Indicate that the native officers
are' still practicing deception and sub
terfuge' to retain control over their Ig
norant follower. - ;
One insurgent commander recently,
issued a proclamation saying that
"Now is the time to strike a'docialve
blow: for Filipino lhItendence," and
Trhe United States Is in the midst of
a bloody civil war. The coal miners in
Pennsylvania have risen . against the
. ffovernment and at Chicago a great
bat tie was fought in which 190 regular
;ttdier were killed. rAa army of antl
Itnt etiallsts 1s besieging 'Washington.
Roosevelt will be deposed and. Dr. Bry
an proclaimed President by the -Democrats
'on the fourth of March next."
In a circular letter to his subordin
ate officers which was to be pubtish"d
far and "wide for the Information .of th
.people, a rebel lieutenant colonel de
c!aretl that the ' Junta central at llong
Kng had received a cablegram from
licrHn Informing them that the Emper
or of Germany was about to confer up
on General Malvar a grand decoration
and that in consideration of the j're
llnquUhment by the Insurgent govern
ment of all claim to the Caroline Isl
ands, w'hltV formerly befonged to the
surgents had increased! so greatly that
the chaplains with the army a year ago
were insufficient ko receive the dying
confessions of the soldiers killed In
battle. ' -. ' j ' - i
Although the United States was con
aidered a Protestant nation, so many
Americans were sent to hell from the
I'hiiippinea, according to the story
that all Christendom was scandalised
and the Pope of Itome commanded the
President to send inore chaplains to the
Island. , j ; J.
Thia la the way ithe poor Filipino has
been deceived and deluded by design
Ing leaders. The Democratic party is
largely responsible for the condition of
affairs there by Its unreasonable oppo
sition to accepting the situation as It
was left on our hands. We had no hon
orable way to withdraw from the la!
andsj after we destroyed the only gov
ernment that had control over It 1
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The fight In Marion county Is not be
tweeh- Geer and Wrlghtman. Mr.
Wrlghtman Is not a candidate for Gov-
crnoi. If he were the Contest might be
between them, and Republicans -would
have less cause for concern, for-'even
Mr, Wrlghtman Is much better quail-
fled for Governor than Furnish, and
Republicans could support him for that
office without nauseating sensations.
He has always been a loyal Republican,
standing by his party in office and put
of office, in victory and defeat. But he
is not. a candidate 'for this office.; Fur
nish is the man who Is against Geer.
Mr. Wrlghtman has placed himself In
such a position that a vote for him vir
tually means a vote for Furnish. Many
friends of Mr. Wrlghtman regret that
this Is so,- but they are placed in a po
sition where they can do him no good
and where ai. vnt. fnf film nti1f man
one for a man who la distasteful to the.
ilepublicans of this county. The only
thing, his friends can do under the cir
cumstances la to give their support to
Governor Geer. Mr. Wrlghtman ha no
claim on the support of his friends in
the contest between Geer and Furnish.
They might be expected' to give him
their loyal support, but when it car
ries with it the support of Furnish they
are surely relieved from any duty they
may owe as friends. ! .
The Interest being taken in education
in the South is havinra wonderful ef
fect upon people of the North who 'are
coming to aid in the great undertaking
of reorganising and opening schools for
the people of that section. It look as
If In a short time the South would bt
as well supplied with! educational far
ities as any'6ther part of the nation.
nd that the children of the South,
whether white or black, will enjoy
school privileges that have so long been
dehd them. , Every few weeks we'
learn of great expenditures of money.
for the encouragement oC Southern
schools, and the outlook, for them is
bright' The latest move In that direc
tion 1 the organisation at New-Tork
recently, of a General IKducation Board.
The underlying principle of the assocl
iktlon Is stated to be recognition of the
fact that the people of the Southern
states are earnestly engaged in the pro
motion of public education and that In
this effort they should receive generous
Id; ,and.to thU end and In pursuance
of this and kindred objects the associ
ation will seek gifts large and amsll.
from those. In sympathy with Its plans.
More than $1,000,000 has been placed at
the disposal of the Board already, i
Governojr Gear !sa candidate for the
nomination to succeed himself and will
likely be victorious In the, convention,
although there are a dumber of Repub
licans who are aspiring' tor the same
honor. Mr. IGeer'a principal strength
Ilea in his record In the gubernatorial
chair for the past four years. His ad
ministration ha been clean and honest;
There have been no scandals In any of
the pubiic institutions, and no shadow
attaches itself to the honor of the head
of the state. Mr. Geer baa brought his
good, hard common sense to bear upon
the questions which have come before
him for solution and has rendered his
judgment with the-courage and sin
cerity characteristic of the man. TaIl
Timothy" Geer la apparently booked for -another
term as Governor and we are
glad of It. Medford Mail.
We talk about them for their removal.
We talk about them at this trae more than
,:.we do at any other because, for various reasons,
, i . they are more common in the Spring than in
other seasons. , 1
1 1:: You can get rid of them, but you must
"j ; cleanse your system, thoroughly.,
. You can't get ridpf them any other way.
i ,VJfood's Sarsaparilla thoroughly cleanses
the system, cures pimples and all other erup
tions, makes the complexion clear and whole-
some, corrects , all run-down Spring conditions,
and builds up the whole system. . . t
UANY NEW PEOPLE
ARE REACHING 8ILVERTON AND
LOOKING FOR LOCATIONS.
Scarcely a Republican anywhere In
the state has held an office during the
last ten years who has not been under
obligation, at least indirectly, to Gov
ernor Geer. By common consent he
has been regarded by both Democrats
and Republicans as the most effective
caminigner In many respects with: i
the Republican party, and the failure
to renominate blm would, aa the Ya
quina Bay News has so aptly said, "be
a great blunder which would cost the
partly dearly." Will the Republicans
of Marion county make the sacrifice In
order to gratify the spite of a few dis
appointed applicants for office, not one
of whom ever made a political speech
In his life? This is thj only issue to
decide at the primaries. Are you for
or against Marlon county?
. My sister and Z have been In the habit 'of taking food's
wMiMnua m uw epring ana we nna it works wonders. It
relieves that tired leeliog. purifies the blood, clears the com
plexion ana makes us reel better In every way. I believe It to
be a duty to speak In praise of so beneficial a remedy.
Bsxrr, 500 East Espenschild SU South St. Louis. Mo,
Aocapt No Substitute for Heod' Saraaparina.
No true : friend of Governor Geer
should be betrayed into opposition to
him by the alleged Simon-deer combin
ation. The man who is thus used by
the disgruntled simply declares that he
hates Simon more than be cares for
Geer, and bases his political action in
the subsequent possibility of a Sena
torial election Instead of on the present
contest for Governor. Every firm and
true frlenda f Governor Geer snould
realize that his future as a public man.
nd usefulness a a prominent factor
In the Republican party of Oregon will
depend upon the result of the, primaries
today. No sincere friend of his will
fail in his duty today. Marion county
should not prove disloyal to Its .distin
guished native son .who has always
been loyal to her interests.
ernor Geer neither was any man ever
Governor' of Oregon who was better
known by more of those who are called
the plain people or who -ha lived more
plainly. Having been add lived as a
farmer all his life, he has changed In no
particular In his treatment of the com
Furnish' s friends say they
It Is said Furnish voted for Cleveland
in 1892, when Populism threatened to
become the rullrigparty in Oregon, he
cast his vote for Weaver and then in
1898 he came oyer to the Republicans
and -voted for McKlnley. Do Republi
cans want to place a man ao unstable
in" his political views at the head of
a A. t'. 4Ut,.t ftm. Van.' k. A .ai..;il.a
touec.ae at tne primaries toaay. enan comblnatlon .r. vo
ueer or r urntsn oe me nominee is tne
question. ' -. . :
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new fire engine named .after him
seems to be carrying"
antipathy to water to
It Is very appropriate that
headed Missouri Democrat shod
duct Mr. Furnlsh'a campaign
county. But will you follow
ershlp? . .: '- -". - ..
Geer,, but are opposed, to Simon or
something else. Be not deceived; thes
people Kant Furnish , first; they are
talking against Simon eimply for ! 1 ef
fect. . i I - -
rhiupplnes, but had not yet' achieved
their lnorcnl;-nc, ;rmny would
supply the Insurgents here; free . of
charge 4o0 new rifles andi 1.000,009
Mumt cartridges. ,V v;.AS
AVithln a month, it w asserted, Rus
sia would declare a ar against die
I'nited States and a Hussian fleet that
had already ; arrive! ..at Cavltt i would
sink all the American; snipe even as
iVwey had destroyed the Armada of
the Spanish in np&J J
. So even If the outlook in their Imme
diate "vicinity should appear to be al
mwt hopelesa, the letter declared. It al
ways mut be remembered that the 'in
surgents were winning great victoriea
In other places. so no one should be dis
couraged, t . i '
.....'Another' peculiar tale said that the
Americans now have a chaplain with
every regiment, for The reason that the
number of Aruet leans killed by the in-
Think of an entire church being con
structed from the wood of i
tree! Santa Clara., CaL, has
hus of worship, t in;
1K3 the first Uap-
tlt service in tbat region was conduct
ed, under an oak treei. When the same
liiptlst society decided to buiJd a
church the site on which the tree etood
was selected. This monster of the for.
est, which cast an acre of shade; was
then cut down at an height of twenty
five feet and the timber was cut Into
lumber. The big stump was partially
hollowed and allowid , to stand aa 'a
church tower. A high steeple' was
erected on It. land thf church was built
from the lumber made front the giant
ak. When ihe rhurMi was compieted
1200 feet of lumber remained unused.
The building la thrty feet wide by
seventy feet deep. It is a strong and
handsome structure and is one of the
-show places' of Santa aara. f !
The disgruntled j will tell you they
have no candidate for Governor against
Geeranybody will do.-. The opposition
Secretary of State Dunbar has made
an ideal official. From no quarter of
the state ha the slightest breath of
criticism come of the administration of
his office. But all join In giving him
credit for saving the state thousands of
dollars by his care and watchfulness
over the bills presented and allowing
nothing to pas that savored In the
least of a graft. The people of the
state demand his renomination at the
hands of the next convention, and, It Is
quite certain, that politicians will not
have the courage to resist this popular
Geer should have' a large delegation
to the State Convention. It is due him;
that he has served the state faithfully
and well Is the judgment of the com
mon people from one end of the state
to ihe other. Geer Will be renominated
and triumphantly re-elected by the peo
ple' in spite of the politicians who hate
him because they cannot run his office.
and dictate hi appointments. I
It Is made by
Geer's enemies for effect only. They
would support Simon If that could de
Movement of the Citiztna of that
Lively Little , City Wedding Bells
" ' , I ' ,
. (From Wednesday's Statesman.)
SILVERTON, March 11. Eleven
families of Immigrant arrived InMsiI
verton Saturday on the evening train,
.These people intend to locate here pro
vided they can secure suitable places.
The indications are that the Immigra
tion thla year to this locality will be
M. Johnson sold his place in the city
to Ja. Hick last week. Mr. Johnson
will remove to Portland In a few days.
J. S. Fltswater, who for: the past '
month ha been wcrklng in II E. Tay-,
lor' barber shop, departed today for
IVmland, where he wlir reside, in the
future.- j -; ' " - -v
Drake: Bros the photographer, have j
purchased a complete outfit i for doling
half tone work for newspapers, and are
prepared to turn out first class work.
The degree team of Pine Camp No.
138, W.oCW, went to Woodburn Tues-rj
day evening. Where a large, number, of
candidate w ere Initiated in the Wood
burn lodge. . ;
. The aspiranrta for political offices lu
this vicinity are energetically marshal
ing their forces to capture the ptl
n Maries next Friday. From the present
Indication there will be a number of
ticket in the field. '
Mrs. Ola Brown, ho ha been.yisll
Ing in Sllvcrton for Che last week, re
turned to. her home at 'aJla Walla,
Walu "Saturday. - 1
J. II. McCorkle and wife drove to Sa- :
letn Sunday, and spent the day with
their daughter, Mrs. J no. Brophy.
Goo. Russell, of Baim, spent Hunday
and Monday with his pat en tjf he re.
Thomas Kenady, of Wwdburn, spent
Saturday and Sunday In 8llcrton. '
AI Downs (departed Saturday for
Southern California where lie wlK
work thla spring. ; . - ".''.?:
A. B. Wolford, of Moro, Ore, la visit
ing relative in thla city...'
K. N. Erickaon.. returned from ' the ;
i'ust Saturday evening, and Ith luiu
came a number of. relatives who will
locale here. ; v - j -
The Chicago News says that
Cleveland appears to be about the only
on? who has kept at his kniUlhg.
against Geer is a v
REGISTRATION OF VOTERS
V CONTINUES STEADILY.
Mr Dunbar, like Governor i
Geer. has made ah excellent record In
his office, and both should be renomin
ated and no doubt will be.
And new the State Land Board is
jumped onto because It seems to be ex
ercising- too much care in signing con
tracts which deed away hundreds of
thousands of acres of arid lands to cor.
portions. One week It la pounced upon
because It makes it too easy for syndi
cates to get hold of public land and
theKnext It I roasted becaus it makes
tW same thing too difficult. Striking
an 'average it will probably be found
that' we have a most excellent State
La.nd Boaid and that, knowing their
business, they are more competent to
properly handle the iand than those
who, having no responsibility but that
of an, uninformed critic, talk for the
mere purpose of babbling. 1
Some people are shouting wildly be
cause the timber lands of the state are
said to be going Into the bands of the
moneyed men at a price shamefully Ow
while others are affecting sincere grief
because- the state require these same ,
men to incur all the expense of furnish
ing have for the selections instead of I
placing that burden on th state and ,
therefore, on th school fund. Of
course these disgruntled are not and
never have been appticsnts for tleu
lands, but they want to beat the Gov
ernor, ven though they have to go
down to defeat themselves. What ex
alted patriotism! 1 ) '
A aociety of Washington women is
raising funds to build a home .for
friendless cats. Thl la a proper step
to take in the direction of charity after
ill human being who are. friendless
are provided with-suitable homes.: If
this ideal stage of aociety has . been
reached at the capital, no objections
can be offered to the progress of the
work in behalf of the cats.
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Be sure you get a. Geer ticket at the
primaries. - Furnish' friends are now
declaring that they, favor Geer. After
waging one of th: moat- bitter cam
paign against him; without shaking
the loyalty of the .people they now are
i Th County . Clerk Lists Over One
Hundred Daily, While M
Being Registered in th
(From Thursday s Statesma
trying to deceive Republicans Into
voting for Furnish. '
It was estimated yesterday that
about half of the Marion county voter
had registered, possibly more than
half, us, up to laat evening. 18ii9 had
listed in the county clerk de
partment and beyond doubt more than
that number had been registered In
the outside preelni-t Where
have been; forwarded,
about 70o! voter In (hii
during the pa&t few days, the
clerk and hi deputies have been
very, busy waiting k uxn the
who are conatantly thronging
partrnent and bdng registered
Wedding Bsll at Aumsvill.
3 Aumaville, Or.. March Il.-The wed
ding' of ' Mr. Seeley of Newport, aH'l
MliaJStella Kirkpatrkk, of hls pl.i. ",
occurred here at :; the. home of th"
bride' parent last Sunday. Elder J.
K. Roberts officiating. The happy
couple left Sunday afternotm for Al
bany on their .way to their horn" near
Newport, where Mr. Seeley Is engaged
In the creamery business. The bride,
having; been a resident of this place
for several j years, lea ves many friends
to wish her a happy life. j "
Mis Lula Martin caro up from Sa
lem and spent Sunday at home.
"Berf Amend of Central), Wash..
I an" Aumaville vlMi. Having lout
his right arm in a sawmill last winter
he is now ; attending a . cornmerclaJ
school. He ha genuine pluck, and hia
many friend .ih him aueces.
The clttxena of this place and vicin
ity have just completed a new fence
around the church building.
J. Peart ha. sold bis household fur
niture, farm Implements, etc? arid will
remove to Coo county, to engage th
coal mining. ::
' Richard TUcker ha movexl out of
town onto the Sfneef' farm.; I .
Stis WealtMa Bee, of Turner, was J
a visitor to, our, town last week, the
guest of Ml Ada Murphy, : '
Homer Speer and hi bride, of Me-
hama, passed tjirough town Katurday,
on their return from Portland.
MADE A TURN OVER
TAX .MONEY PAID TO COUNTY
rftEASURERi A. U DOWNING.
vsr Twenty Thousand Dollars Trans
ferrsd by Sheriff F. W, Ourbm
Yesterday for the Stale, County,
and Stat Sdhool Fund.
rate of from i(M to 159 pcr.da
ss. i a . .7
i onuigcranif 4 rouoie is beuin expe
rlenred. with lh n.tiir.ll.11 .Lnr...
.. , . . . , I - ' ' . v.. n. .H . . vat.,,j,
Here 1 a new neio ior a cerwm oa- ' who present themselves for rekl.tra-1
lem critic. H having run ashore on tlon without their rP-rs, .nd ti would
on proposition, might find a prontabl , o well If all of thoso who havd taken
out sum paper and have not i been
field in the other. Whether the price
of lieu lands rhould be $2.&0 an acre or
more' Is as much for the entire Board to
decide a 4 the management of the
arid land contracts. !
Geer and hi friend are not Interest
ed In Simon fight- AH they ak is a
good loyal delegation for the State
Convention. A lot of men are trying
to get into the county convention to do
Oer damage, yet they tell you tbey
are friends of Geer. rs ' ,
Geer jenemle have been converted
at the eleventh hour and now appeal to
his old: friends to send them to the
coovehtion. boVot be deceived. ; Be
sure the delegates you send are anti
Furnish and far Geer without reterv
Voter should not be buncoed at; the
primaries, today; some of Geer? ene
mies sre pretending to be for him, now
that they see very body want him re
nominated. Be sure you 'don't vote a
Furnish ticket. !
.registered oerore to birng their papers
with them and save much Unhe, an
noyance and disappointment. In or
der to be eligible.' W rrgistrMloh or to
oteone must; either have takt-n out
hia first naturalisation naperw one
year previous to the election atl wnich
he Intend ts -ote. The registration
by precincts a the book showed at
o'elock last . evening, stood" tas fol
Aumsvllle. J4, Aurora 2. BreittnbuKh
f. Brook ft. Butteville 41. Cbmpoe;
l. rJfchocn 4. Lnnlewtod is a,- Fklrfleld
i. c.ervai . iioreb 17, Howell 41,
Ilubhrrd 21. Jefferson 4. Mclay 42.
MAiy.n , Mehama. 19. Monitjor; 17,
aft. Angel 11, prospect Hp, Mal4m No,
I.AQ9; Salem No. 2, 299; Sal 4m No.
Halem No. 4. 209; ta lem (East
10, Salem North UH. K.lern fLoothi
sj, Kcocts Mill 6. Kidney 29. Silver
fall 4. Siiverton 29, Sllverton (jNorth)
11, ewivenon (South) 2, Ht. IVut 1.
Stay ton 9. Sublimity 42, Turrjcr tS.
woodburn 7, Tew rark 13 149.
. ST I' ;
Governor Geer candidacy eems to
be growbag stronger every day. The
A Tillamook paper asseru that Gov-
ernor Geer. I si back number becaus
he Is a big man In his own estima
tion" and declare that "Orea-on want
man for Governor who Is Vnot con
scious or his own rreatness." No:
more unrretentloa man ever sat in the! An exchange remarks that the
execuuve cnair or anr atate, than Gov-J of Louisville
real opposition to Governor Geer comes
from those who want his place. Union
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Cnildrea.
It3 KM Yea Ilm toajs fcrjjil
declined to have a
' THERE'S A QUAL4T T AbouSt Sta r
S Star shoes that you don't . (find Jo
other brands at the same price. The
New York Racket veils thvm cheaper
than regular stores. Zt-dw.
(From Wednesday's Statestnan.)
Shriff F, W. Iurfoln. by his deputy.
B. B. Col bath, yesterday tijade a. turn
over amount Ins; to $20,280.91 collected
oh the 11 tax roll and cre.ll ted to the
State, fJounty and KUi4r .'KchMl fund
wfciii County Treasurer A. I liwn
lngegregt'd ismong the fttate and
county fund as: follows; . .
General fund.... .... $14.(89 sH
State hol fund...... .... Ml 2"
Indigent soldier fund... jr..... 109 82
Total . . .
... .'$29.2s9 1
Lif Guard. -. ; ..
The Ufe; Guards are two regiments
of cavalry forming part; of thUrHIh
household troop. They are gallant
soldier artd eVery loyal British heart 1
proud of them. Not only" the Kin
household, but yours, ours, everybody's
should have Its life guard. The ne-d
of them, I especially great whn the
greatest foe nt life, disease, find s!H-s
iri the Very elements,-as colds, Influ
ens. catarrh, the grip and pneumonia,
do In tiv? lormr month of -March. Th
bft way that 1 we know of t guard
against ihe diseases Is to stre-ngthn
the system with flood's KarsaparlllLi -the
greatest of all life guars. It re
moves the conditions In which the :
dlas make their most successful U
tack, give vigor nd the to-"airth
vital organs and functions, and Imj art
a genial' warmth to the blood. H-
membcr the weaker . the system "the
ar eater the expoure to disease, floofl's
Kareapsrllla makes the t ysttn strong.
IN CITY JAHU-A drunk, giving hi
name a Tom' Caullf, was arrested and
landed In jaJl by Officer Lewi and
Murphy last night, a were; also ' five
specimen of the hobo trlie, one for va
grancy, and the balance for shelter for
the night. I :-...-;-y
Trespass notice printed on cloth at
the Statesman office, v