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Who could nsk For betU-iveather. We Sell What the
The bridge was swept out last
v:ek. It was line; but hotter latu
Take it nil in nil the rain did not
do so very much dntunge. OF
course some grain was spoiled, but
it made nn immense amount oF
pasturage For the stock, and in
sured the best oF weather for the
harvesting oF the hop crop which
is scarcely ever gotten under cover
without more or less rain and oFten
times material damage thereFrom.
Alls well that ends well.
THE THEATRE FROM THE
That there aic five thousand
theatres in America, and that one
million and a half people attend
R. A. SAINUEIO,
Wines. Liquors ami Clgnrs.
n if A
a a to
paper (), i a ran teal not to CraeH j choice Hrnwls.
0' I A lfuvorite Resort.
Office, Nniu Street, next to J- ! coTTAOK GR0V1?. ORISON.
Young slaw ollicc. 1
ti... i;,ii i.nmit Kowtnml storoin. tl'i" ' .
Slu-rwo.nl Mock is now open, sro t,,,ir f I A )J
1UI HI ll'lo icon' .
.... rroprtctor oF
The l'opular Cignr and Conf.
tionery Store. "f(c'
Faiv Vanned I.,n,rhtt
A WOW) TO MOTUKIM. j x(
. . .... , Ill ..I U'ltll I ' I
Mothers ot cniuireu , n,rrADC OTT
roup or n severe cold nce.l not lie.iit.ito j PROPRIETORS Ol .
them each week-day night, spend- j marked ii, plain Kgure
ing seventy millions oF dollars a Uj.ays.oo, $7.78, $10.00, $12.50.
year on tueatre-going, are tne sur
Von have good goods to luy : wo sell
fl.ittii Vj.ii wntlt liflllimt iriimls ' U'll
have thorn. Goods Unit arc up-to-date; ' .,,,,,..,. oiminlierlain's Cough
we sell them, ion want tlio value ot . " nnl.ito not
vonr n.onev ; we give it. You want to Keinedy. It contains no P''t0.n
trade with people who save von money; nan-otic in any form and may lie pun
1 . i .... r . 4. 1 1 . lull
that s UH. u 00 me iiirixt-si, u-v-o-w lw ..nnfldi'lltlv to tlio nane asiu uu ....
The ureal success that has attenileil it
in the tieatmenl. of colds ami croup lias
won for it the approval ami praise it has
,.i,.ui Hirnmrliniit the United States
ami in many foreign lands. For sale nv
l.Kxsox Ditun Co., Cot tumuli rove Lyons
and Awmhiati': Drain Druggists .
trade ill Lano eounty. Why? Hecaui-e
we have one price to all. All goods
prising facts with wnicii Air.
Franklin Fyles, the dramatic elitor
oF the New York Sun, will open an
important series in the next issue
oF The Ladies' Home Journal.
The series will be called "The
Theatre and Its People," and will
run through seven numbers of the
magazine, lavishly illustrated with
pictures made by twelve different
artists. The article will treat of
every Pliase 01 tne meaire, uie -rr?":, !"" . n. .
i.vv.ij' w p . . rs' ITn nn Suits. "ra !lll(l fiOi!.
play and the actor, From the inside, uvm Overcoats, " 00, $11.50, 7.99,
and will tell how a theatre is j f.50, $9 00 $12 50 $13.
. , , ,. , Gent's bulls, $5.00, $l.50, 7. 10, b.oo,
managed; the actual money which $0.00, $11.00, $12.50, $115.00.
nlavs have made: how an actor is I Boy's Suits $2.00, $2.50, $3.S9, $5.00,
actually paid; how a play is written
and what the authors receive; how
a play is rehearsed; the first night
of a play; how the actresses "make
up" aud what they use; and in a
minute way the two last articles
will show what goes on behind the
scenes on the stage during a per
formance. It is a curious fact that
this will be the first time that the
theatre and the actor have ever
been exhaustively treated in a
magazine, and that there is no book
on the subject in existence.
l.mliiw' liiuivnr. novel t clot ll and Ker-
sev Jackets, $2.00, $:?.0S, 5.78, $tt.S7,
Ladies' Collaretts, in many styles,
$4.50, $4.08, $5.00, $7 .811, $0.70. $12.50.
Ladies' Wrappers, 05c, 78c, 89c, $8.00,
$1.25, $1.35, $1,1)8. $1.00.
OutU'r lioul jcrmlf logilt-r kIiovk. 111,00.
Ladies Over ikirts, $1.50,$2.00, $2.75,
$:i.o9, $4 .UU, ifo.uu. fu.an, .? i .mi. i
Ladies' Under Skirts, $1.00, $1.50,1
Ladies a Kul Ulovek, in uiuck, tan aim
brown, 75c. 00c, $1.00, $1.25.
Ladies' Muslin Underwear, skirts,
drawers, chemise, gowns, corset covers,
at the right prices.
Ladies' Union Suits, 40c, 50o, $1.00,
$1.40. $I.tk), ?l.i
n 7 KCk 0 nil
what the actors are . m,mi's l ver-Alls. 45c. 50c. 05c. SOc.
Hoy' Over-Alls 25c, UOc, 10c, 50e.
Unbleaahed -Muslin, oc, oc, ie, nc.
We are now prepared to furnish
..it vsniU nf Hrackcts, Mouldings,
Cornice. Sash ami Doors, Door and!
wr:.win. frames. Screen Doors,
Mr and Mrs l'errv Long returned from .,..
Springtield Wednesday afternoon . " mn(le amI
w Ad still business keeps aco g this 1?,oor.
ing, Rustic, Siding, Coiling, or
A WONDERFUL CURE . StlIlUiing. etc.
A l'UOMINKNT iJVIKdINIA KDlTOlt
Had almost Given Up, but Was ISroiight
Pack to Perfect Health by Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera ami Diarrhoea
KKAD HIS UDlTOrtlAL. I
From the Times, Ilillstille. Va.
I sullured with liarrlu)ca for a long
time and thought I was past Mug
Daylight excursion to the Portland
Exposition Monday Octoler 9th, the
train wfll pass Cottage Grove about noon
reaching I'ortlanu at 7 p in. Jiounn
trip $6.80 with $1.00 refunded on pre
sentation of tickets at the S P depot on
d.iy of returning tickets good for Sun
days from date of sale. Tickets also
sold on Wednesday of each week be
tween Sept. 27th and Out. 25th at $3 .25
lor the round trip, good for four days
after date of sale . (
Mrs James Ozment of Lorano vitited
relative in the Grove the lirat of the
Mrs M Foster of Lorano was a guest of
Mrs Brumfield Tuesday.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
Best Outing flannel. 5c, 0c, 7e, 8c, 9c, ' ..nrod. I had snent much time and
10c. 11c. 13c. j monev and suirered so much mii-ery that
The Kepb he Sewing Machines war- ; . . . ,
ranted 5 vears, Intel fixtures, $20.00. U had almost decided to g. e up a
The Matchless Drop Head sewing Ma-1 hopes of recovery and await the result
chine, warranted 5 vears, $25.00. , font noticing the advertisements of
The Eldredge "IJf Ball Hearing, Drop oiuunberlnin's Colic, Cholera and
Head, Sewing .uaomne, warrameu ,,.,..,,
...... r ivn
Hoots, Shoes and Boston Rubbers, at
prices that will sell them.
Hlankets 50c, 55c, 05c, 75c, $1.00,
$1.25, $1.50,$., 00,$4.50,$6.00, $7.00.
Trunks, $3.50, $3.09, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00
$0.00, $7.78. , . ,
You may nave seen oeiier oays um
not better'prices. Yours for trade.
NEW YORK RACKET STOKE.
Diarrhoea Kemcdy and also some testi
monials stating how some wonderful
cures had been wrought tjy this remedy,
1 decided to try it. After taking a few
doses I was entirely well of that trouble
and I wish to sav further to my readers
and follow-HUll'ers that I am a bale ami
hearty man today and feel us well as i
evr did in mv lifi. 0. It. Mooiik. Sold
SHOP NKAR S. P. DKPOT
4- MEAT MARKET!
Collage Grove, Oregon.
Supply house for
Cigars of( I.ovv nnd High
Grade ami Prices to suit the Trade
Mam Street, Cottage Orove, Qi
IMl.SllCSS 111 (III II.S IMdlUhcs.
VUKr Or,.,., 9tu
! SHAVIN-0 l.ARW,
(1. J:. (rljjltl,, Prep,
Call on "
J). L. Pickiird & Son
! mn .
I Paper Hanging,
; Carriage Blunting
Work ! an ra ntrril
! COTTAC.K C.ROVK. 0RK.
1 General Blacksmithinjr,
1 u IIimiih .NiiiIIi ol I.iiLiu A I'.fitton'i, I
( nl(u(je drt ire, ()rt yon.
U. S. Mineral Surveyor.
Special attention given to Mininr
laiuin .urn hi j uicdu,
(Ik ants Pass, Okixox.
Will he skxt nv tub Nohtiikii.v Pacific
Riilway Co., to any Ai)i)i:i;s3 urox
IIKCKII'T, IN STAMI'SJ Oil OT1IKII
WISK, OP THE AMOUNTS NAMED
Bti'l Ulll III III. nil. w. i. ... w f
by Benson Drvp Co., Cottage drove. Send r nvdern bU Irlrphoar.
Lyons and Ai-I'LKoatk, Drain Druggists.
YV . 11. lieagie,
Pack horses, saddle horses, team
horses, pack saddles and blankets. In
quire at the Bon Ton Meat Market.
Mr. Robort Simpson a former resident
of this placo was visiting hero recently.H
Mr. McCoy's little son who is suffer
ing from blood poisoning is much worse.
Mr. J I Taylor went to Eugeno last
Ed Coflin was hero Sunday.
Last Monday Albert Tapp the little
son of Mr and Mrs James Tapp fell
and fractured one bone of his loft foro-
nrm and burst the other. Dr. Wall set
the arm and ho is now recovering.
Mr Coflin nnd family now occupy the
Everybadv rushing wood out.
ALP WALKER .... AlonaBer,
Ma nmStrcct, Cottage uroec, ure.
An rmnn:il mibliuation of about 100
pages, gotten up in most attractive style
and beautifully illustrated in half-tone.
The contents of each number are varied
and diffeient from iti predacessor. The
NoimiKitN Pacific has become noted for
this publication. The Finest Thing is
KAILWAY IjITEHATUKK. oeuu bia uunm.
YELLOWSTONE PARK MAP
f nmn nf VullfiwHtoiie Park.
Printed on lirni paper, and suitable for
TTinmititi!? or fnuniiiL' and for use in
schools, class roomsetc. Tlio best map
of the Park that is publicly distributed.
Alaiieu in pasiuoani iiioes. ijuim, iwm.
A iiicolv illiiHtrntwl nainnhict . descrin-
tii nf Mmint. Ttnniur. WuHhiiit'toii. tlie
grandest ico-covered peak in the United
States. Send two cents.
An illnutrnf (wl fnllnr nnrl roliof mnn nf
ail imiaviiufn ..j.i.w. ...... - -
the Kootenai Region in BritishColumbia
north of ispokane. tsenn two cents.
ARMY AND NAVY HOOK
Tollu nluint lmlli tlin TI. S. iindSnanisb
armies and navies at beginning of Span-
. , . ht.. ..e ..... I
lSll-Ainencaii win . m vmv uuu
nili'm.onf lulnnilu. A vi'ut Tioi!k('t liintnrv
well worth preserving tor reference.
fcenu ten cents.
T.i unnilimr fnr MiiRn writft thr fldllrr'SH
carefully, and state where advertisement
Ol.llH. s. 1K1J,
Oon. I'uHsmiK'fr AciMit,
ST. 1'AUIi, MINN.
NOTICE FOH PUBLICATION.
Land Oflicoat Rosebn-i.', Orcnii,
Auust 4, luil'.l.
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing named settler has filed notii-e ol his
intention to make final proof in Mipimrt
of his claim, and that said proof ill be
made before, Joel Ware, U . S. Com
missioner, at Eugene. Oregon, on
September 30, 18W). viz: John S.
Allen, on II. E. No. 0901, for the
NW yA, Sec. '21, T. 21, S ., K. II West.
He names the following witnesses to
prove bis continuous residence upon ami
cultivation of said land, viz:
Hiram Lee, Oeorge Downes, Joneph
F. Neat. James F. Ellison, of Cottage
drove, J.ano uo., Oregon.
J. T. HltlDOES,
J. S. ME I) LEV,
NOTICE VOll I'UISLICATION.
Land Office at Ros.obiirg, Oregon.
A M.Mlut 17 lU'.O
Vltlt. 1U liril'fltu (rll'OII tllllf t lift (ni ni' I
ing-named settler has filed notice of bis
intention to make final proof in support I
of his claim, and that said proof will be
made before the Register & Receiver, U. I .
S . Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon, on j '
nntnlmr ft. 1H0!I. viz: Rlwtii It. Ymvi.1l
Gives the Choice of
if wo 'J'rn ii nrotitl iioital
October 5, 1800, viz : Electa R. Nowell
on II. E. No. 7185 for the K NW,,
V A KV. li bim. 19 T ') Si If W
. ti ... , ..W. .w, MM W., IV. I. If ,
He names the following witnosses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
Aaron Kelly, William McCoy, Robert
Lacky, Thomas R. Brasher, of Cottago
Grove, Oregon .
J . I . JSllIIKiKH.
CALL FOR COUNPY WARRANTS.
Notice is heroby given thattho follow
ing wrrant8 will bo paid on presenta
tion at my office on and after Sept. 8,
1899, Interest on samo will cease Sept.
8,- 1899. All Lano county warrants
from registered number 5434 to 5801
Dated, Eugene, Sept. 0 1809.
A. S. Patterson,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Rosoburg, Oregon.
August 17, 1890.
ing-named settler bus filed notice of his
intention to mako final proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof will bo
made befro the Register & Receiver, U.
S. Land Office at Rosoburg, Orciron. on
Octobers, 1809, viz: Robert IS. Lacky on
H. E. No. 8439 for the W , NW V,
NW H SWii, sec. 8, T, 22 S R. S W.
IIo names the following witnesses to
lirovo his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said laud, viz:
Electa Nowell, of Amos, Oregon, T. R.
Brasher, W, H. Lacky, Aaron Kelly, of
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
J. T. Biuikiks,
LoW Rates to all
Eastern 1 Cities.
Ocean Steamers Leave
Portland every 5 days
For full particulars call on O. R. fe N.
Agent, Frank Jordan, Cottngo Grove
W. II. HuitLiiEiir,
General Passenger Agent,
Attorney At Law,
Voltage, drove, Oregon,
In the Count)- Court of the Slate of Urtfoa
fur lilt) Count)' nf 1-ni.e.
In thu nmttrr of the Ktnto
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IN TIIK N'AMK OK TUB HTATK OFOREfiOS,
yon are hurcliy iMtdt nii-i ru'inlrei loipwm
Uio County Court of the Mute tit OrtMtin
llicfonntyiif l.tnv. itt the roiirl rwim llerw,
Bt Kiikoiio. in the County of Ine, nn Nonw.
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nl.Moiiom for the Hnle of School n(,.lh","uili
inu iniorcKi incrooii.
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f imoriowun iHtorcdt thereon. b(
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Court ofltho btato nt .V'c&l.of M'5
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