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for Infants and Children.
Caalorla Is so well aUid to chndrm that
t Moommtui It u anperlor to any I'riw.-rlptl'io
ksova to nH JL A. Aaciiaa, M. I).,
Ill So. 0ffJ Ht-i Drouklj-n, K. Y,
"Tb UM of 'Cantoris, U ualremt and
lis uwrlu io well known thai II wmi work
ot uwrwotlno to ro.l.rae It. Tew ar the
laUUlsent faiulutas who do not keep CwtvrU
vllhla ay reach."
Caaxo Wxtt, t. I).,
Kw York City.
Tas CmirTjm CWaxt, 77 Mcaal Bra-tar, w Yo Cm
Ca.torla cum Collr, Constipation,
Pour Motjuvh, Plarru., llructatloB,
Kills Worms, (fires sleep, and J.ronioU T
Without ta jurlous mMk-attia.
"T't eeral ya I laves) looinnv-r.iu
your 'CaaltirU,' il shall always "ntln t'
do to M It has UitarUljIjr prluotl beiwiicul
F.uww F. Pio. M. !..
lXlh Btnwt and 7th Are., New York try
J.C. CHURCH, l.0.fINC. "0J1"1";,
PiasUsnt. Vlc ffMlstnt. CilKUr.
Eugene Loan and Savings
Of Em, -
DIRECTORS J. C. Church. J. B. lUrrli, W.I
Brown, B. P. I'alns. r. W. Osburn.
Pall Up Casual. j : : $50,000.
II General Banking Business Transacted.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collection entrusted to out oara wlil recslr
Caked & Inflamed Udder ,
Bruises and Strains,
Harness & Saddle Sores,
All Cattle Ailment J,
All Morse Ailments,
All Sheep Ailments,
Membrane and Tissut
Quickly to the Very
Scat of Pain and
Ousts it in a Jiffy.
Rub In Vigorously.
Mustang Unlmtnt conqi eri
Makes flaa or Beast well
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I'M bn rn.
no man f
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charge In JO
I'otill ', a: loll,
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Crriuaturciina mrii. liutili'ti.t lu 0 flnrt
Hun. H It a )m)'Uuu of nilnal ftnM
and iMurrnnm. It cui b H.pc4 In kldaja
by Uw iMof Itudvin.
Tk nw rilirf u Bti' th P.prl.
WiudlMnJd liivHuilo WMlcal Imlltal.
ll I lh Mnnitma vioiin-r mad, li U Txry
pxwaifliL, I.11I hiuiU". K'M f II Oo !.
.jrfl il rkii4 t UoIllnMlntluira).
WritlMI (lukniilv Jltui !. cur. iryoulMir
Ml tuiimtiid an r.4 mtlitajr oirrd. U Dura
Mill tKtunl to yl frvif il rharir,
Undfr rtrpuiiind t.ttpi..iiUi. AM no
HCUMU:' MJ-.UICAL. INKVITVUC,
JuarUwn Ji, Markrl A a.m, aia,
hail FranrlM-o, t
TUIO D1DCD Pla II at K.C.PAKt'i
I niO rArCll AdTm.ui, Aimrr. 64 and
a kihnl t irhaons Ka rranrlara, l al
Ml ronlrarM lor adrartulaj raa aa aaadr
Join the Commercial Club.
A lmppy new year to every
reader of tho Gi aiiu.
Junction City i going to have a
creamery. It i n enterprise
wl.irli will umluubtcdly rove
Sign the jm tition for the improve
ment ol tno Mlliamtiio river,
will muko you money if it
suecewful and if it doea not, you
are not a loser thereby.
A coon, without a hair lu cover
himself with, wan cuuht in a trat
at James Cowan camp, on North
Coos river, the other day. Among
the manv theories advanced to ex
plain his hire condition is one that
he wASBinceil by a stroke ol Ufiiii
Salem Tost: And so tho bond
bill has paused congress by a vote
or IC2 to 1.50. i no uemocraii"
populists and -17 republicans
rained their voices against this in
inuitv. but without avail. Her
niann and Kills, to their credit let
it be recorded, voted ngainht this
Some scare was occasioned
among our people when diphtheria
broke out in the community a lew
weeks ago, but, thanks to good
treatment and tho care of our phy
ii'iittiR in iirerentinc a cpread of
tho dii-ease, it is now almost wiped
out, and wo believe only one fa
tality has occurred. The appear
nnco of tho disease in a community
does not cause tho alarm that it did
in years pant.
Tho statesman makes the asser
lion that tho state tax will be
seven nulls, twice that of last year
Tho Journal has been telling us all
along that owing to the economy
practiced bv the last legislature.
luxes would bo lower. Now, what
doctor is rinht? Mr. Hofer you
have the lloor. l'ot Stand up
Mr. Hofer, like a little man, and
explain this little- situation that
w ill make taxpayers iay 14 on the
thousand more than last year, if
tho Statesman tells the truth.
The near approach of the No
Year is a reminder of a duly you
owe your absent friends no lets
than thoso at home. We know of
no more acceptable or appropriate
izift to them than a vear s sub
scription to tho Wkkki.y tlrAitn,
It costs only 12 and its weekly
visit will servo as a constant re
minder of the donor e generosity
It is better than so many letters
trom home, for tho reason that it
eives all tho local news for less
money than tho simple item of
Orfgonian: "A growing indus
try in New York city is tho saw
diMt business. There are at least
500 men who make iv living sell
ing sawdust. They have invested
a capital of over f'JOO.OOO, and ar
now doing a business of 12,000,000
annually. Forty years ago the
lumber mills were glad to have
sawdust carted away; '25 years ago
it could be bought for f0 cents a
load; now it brings $3.50 a load at
the mills. It is used in hotels,
eating-houses, groceries and other
business places. It is wet and
spread over the lloor, in order to
make the sweeping cleaner work.
Plumbers use it a great deal about
pipes and buildings to deaden the
walls and lloors. Soda water men
unit packir of glass and small arti
cles of evi ry kind use it, and dolls
are st tilled with it."
Tho (jm ? lion which puzzles the
mind ot the saw mill man in Ore
gon tinl.i v, in what to do with his
sawdust. Until rect-nl years no
provision was made by law for the
tlipsos.tl of sawdust, and saw mill
men have dumped it promiscuous
Iv into the streams along which
tiit ir mills happened to be located,
lint the ne iv g;tmo law stipulates
that, as a protection to tish, no saw
dui't thall be thrown into the
streams of Oregon. This law, while
a just one, has caused no end of
trouble to saw mill men, several in
Lane county having been arrested
within recent date lor violating
this law. To dispose of sawdust
otherwise than to dump it into the
streams involves great expense, and
it Is to be hoped that tho day is not
far distant when saw mill men ofj
Oregon may reap some remunera
tion for their sawdust, instead of
being at'an expense tJ dijxo of
Takn a uit'itibtratilp lu Ilia rummer- I
rial etti'i. j
Oirln who chew spruce gum will
be iutereeteil in tho luiinwirig:
hero is nothina more solitary th in
the lifo of the un it who gu into the
Maine forests alone to gather gum.
The cabins ure in the most remote
townships, even uway from llm
ml hs of the hunters anu irom in
camps of tho loggers, for tho gum
diggers prosper principally upon
territory whieli mo luinoerman
have not mangled.
One of the most noted .Main"
. ... .i
gum iiarvcsiers : m hhi.ui
Jonathan Stone, who hits been in
tlie wood 11 seasons, lie Ouilcls
cabin in the fall when lie l
about to begin work in a new ter
ritory. It I generally a mihU
I 1 . . I t ..... ..u I. .
(Ill'", lUl 110 IJKCS grrov ji.ii.m
make it one that cm easily bo kepi
warm. One year he pusseil liv
months without seeing o single
human being, and at the nd of that
time found that another man hud
been in a camp less than two miles
from him all winter. They did
not see each others tracks, tor the
reason that the other fellow was
trapping, and confined his journey
men to a valley where u large
stream and its branches gave him
a field for his operations.
Two miles awuy Mr. Stone lived
in his little camp on the edge of a
big spruce growth, and in lollow
ing this he went away from inrb ad
of towards his neighbor, tho trip
ht. When they had linrshed
their season's and got acquainted
coming oui, liiey ioki eaen inner
of tho lonesome evenings passea in
their respective camps.
Sam llrown, tho Douglas county
murderer, has escaped from jail
the second time and fifty men ure
hunting for him. Tho first time
he escaped ho was unconvicted
and concluded to surrender him
self up. It will be different now
that ho was sure to hang one
month from today. Tho sheriff of
that county is certainly entitled to
a huge leather medal.
Pallr Guard. Junutry 1.
Whist Party. Laat evening Miss
Jesale J.lvermore eliteitalneil a few
friend In honor of her I'lli blrthilit.V
niilveiaarv. Proirrvsslve whist was
the principal amusement of the even
IniramI was greatly enjoyed by nil.
At a luta hour refreshments wars
rerved afttir which thoso present
watched lS'.KJ come III, and then de
parted to their various homes. Thone
iir.-H.Mit were: Misses Jean vYokl. Ktta
kiiatlund. Blanche Taylor, bailie
Itnuin, llattle Taylor, Clara Penura,
.Ida liolilHtnlth, Jessie Llvtrmore and
Meura Oo WilloimhliV. Clair Wil
ImiRhhy, Dick WlllotiRhhy, D V kuy-
l,.....l..ll M II
H7lltinil o t wwwa
and Archie Live rniore.
Pally buard, Jnurj 1,
Watch Party. The watch parly
held at the Christian church last ught
was ollito well attended. A social
time was bad until the inidnluht hour
arrival, when all watched thedepartiiiK
of the old year and the coining, of the
new. It was itlndlr weleoine-l by tlie
riiiKing ol bells nil over the city.
RUN DOWN WITH
Almost in Despair
"For flltefn yean. I w a great sut-
irirr livm luiiiKt'liiMl ill ll nuis, imiiia.
I It-Mrtl t lie skin oi many iiiH-iors, out o
grew wore and worse, until I I'ecama
o wrak 1 could uot walk (Illy yarils
without ImvliiK to lt (liiniiaiul rest. My o
tiiliiAi-h. Ilvi.r. mill hi'urt tu-rnni nnY'ct. O1
ril, nml I lliotiitht I wotiM surrly ille. I
I r li'il Ay it's I'lli, niul tln-y lielx-d mo o
rliilit away. I rontliiuctl tlirlr use anil
am now entirely well. I don't know ot
anything that will so quli-kly relieve o
and cur, the terrible sutli-rlng ot dys-
lH-wla as Ayer's rill." Joiiw C. 2
Received Highest Awards
AT THE WORLD'S FAIR o
". J )..lt .n-.uul Imy ll. f I
1. It Unuiil ite'it h -n-i.t home.
,5 li- It Is niHili of tlif i-r- rtnt X-
OuulitiiJ mid l UHriiiitv-l f..
in every rv-ioi niual or
QQ Miiwiim to lii M r.. Ii ,-t
QO S. TIip innkeri meir.il -f
tin mi t ex.r i i -Vr
Miitbon.!-.! ta letu .
OO s lutiixy id! t uot !-.!.! (
0 CAM Y'U A3 I fCl !..'
(tutt X 1 mu, r i ; o
IB MOVES THE BOWELS IN H
TKE MORNING ll
"WHI "'"V i, aM-ljl li m L jjiii Sr
LtUaya'Mrt ' ...
a.. .... tl.rM WW! Oll 111? f-
TwUr U- lu" '" "l ,,.lr "S. I .
E ,T" .1-pMril.;...lt
for aal at Vrm.lua lh im-l 4.u aiwa.
ti.. s; .l.-m Statesman. Ken., has
a correspondent in Washington that
"Tl iu I'.rackett Heed, speak
er of the house and candidate for
president of the Lmt.d Mates, Is
evidently not looking Willi a
cotjuelish eye toward the voles
the I'aeilie coast will have in the
republican national convention.
When the committees wire an
nounced a howl of indignation
went Up from the coast congress
men, tho echoes of which will not
die away lor many months. Not
a 1'ueilio coast member can be
found an the great commilUes on
appropriations, ways and mean-',
rules, banking and currency, :-oin-ag",
weights tiud measures, mili
tary affairs, mines and mining or
"The treatment of Mr Hermann
in particular has aroused great in
dignation. If rank counted for
anything, if experience and ser
vice counted for anything he should
have been appointed chairman of
the committee on rivers and har
Iwrs. Ho has served on the com
mittee six years and was the rank
ing republican member. He repre
sents a stato with hundreds of
miles of seacoast, and m tny splen
did rivers; his appointment was
requested in writing by all the
senators and congressmen from
live Western slates, and notwith
standing all this, Mr. Heed ap
pointed over his head young Mr.
Hooker of New York who is just
begining his second term and rep
resents a district with one lake
harbor in it.
"It is much to be leared that
his presidential aspirations have
spoiled Mr. Keed. Hut one impor
tant chairmanship has been given
to tho Pacific and adjoining states,
while all three of his colleagues
from Maine have been given im
portant committees and the ap
pointment of Mr. Hooker is re
garded as a part of the price Mr.
Hcod is paying for the expected
: support of New York. Mr. Her
mann still retains his old rank on
rivers and harbors, the sole repre
sentative of I'a ilic coast interests."
It seems to us that the reason
Mr. Hermann was not appointed
to the chairmanship was because
ho was handicapped, by the reptib
lican party of the state h iving vir
tually agreed to support Mr. Me
Kinley. Uinhrtho eircuinstunees
it is no great wonder -our congress
man was unsuccessful.
BLAISE oN HIS OWN HKKEAT.
Murat Halstead writes, in Me
CI tire's Magazine, the inner history
of "The llcf.'itt of Hlaine for the
Presidency," giving conversations
and letters never hi fore published.
Among the new letters is the f 1
lowing, written in Mr Hlaiip-'s
own hand, a few da s ti fit r his tic
feat, and reproduced in fac smile:
AntrsT.i, Maine, Hi Nov, '!:.
Pkar Mu. Hai.stkap: I think
there would ho no harm to tlie
public and no personal ii justice
if you would insert the three en
clostd items in your editorial
I feel quite serene oer the re
suit. As the Lord sent upon us
an ass in the shape of a preacher,
and a rainstorm, to lessen the vote
in New York, J am disposed to f, el
resigned to the dispensation of tie
feat, which flowed directly from
In missing a great honor 1 es
caped n great ami oppressive re
sponsibility. You know perhaps
letter than anyone how much 1
didn't want the nomination; bjt
perhaps jn view of thing-', I have
not made a hws by the canvass.
At least 1 try to think not. The
other candidate would have fared
hard in Maine, and would have
been utterly broken in Ohio.
James G. Hlaink.
Of course all this is private.
1. S. This note was written be
fore receipt of yours. Pray pub
lish nothing of the kind you int;
mate unless you first permit me to
see the proof, llon't he afraid nf
the enclosed item. They are
ruck ribU-d tr truth and f..r n
good reiulerine of puhli opioi i.
Daily Guara, January I
A Howi.isu Al l. I V. A gentleman
by Ihe name of K N Wood Ironi .Snlom
lias ttt-en in Ihe oil- niul m-cnre.t a
inor.ih'a leas" on tin- Hunt Imililiiif,
formally invunled bv John l.tvi-,
imivlonit tailor. Mr , WihxI cx
peels to put III a rW. i-U tm t ling
allev, which lie will conduct duritiir
I ho winter uiontha. Tin- allev w ill lie
const meted asiexin a (lie material can
Iw ilelivi-rrd, and will prolldv te
ready foropenliif in a few days. This
ill'furiilsh p'enl) of aporl "for tlune
w ho like to participate In Una health
Dee. 2 l'jj.
.... .. i u-,.iiL to Kuuetie
Monday" r.nVon tb.ft-K.w-
liiii day. ,
Mr It V IJond, of Irving, made a
bu.i!i. trip through thia vlcni.y a
fi-w days i;o.
.Mrs HoKcr lias Uen quite sick dur
the ,.! week, lilt IS Uw con-
Mr and Mrs J Crt.w Irom lower
Coyote were KUeal. of Mr and Mrs
Di.uk Zumwall lut Thursday and
Mr llollie H"J t who has been visit
tiiix Ins parents during Ihe pa weex
slurled fordrant's Pass today.
Mr Will Denny and l-der went t-
Irving lust week in spend the holidays
wild relative and friends.
Mr David Znniwult exacts to go to
J,i el Ion tl e firs! Ihe week to siM-nd
I,,.. winter with liU sister, Mrs llur-
Ml- Nettle Morrow and Miss Mae
Zntuviult came over from Dniin lul
Monday losnd Christinas Willi their
purenls ul this place-
A number of voung ieojle from this
vieinit alteiitled tln Xuias tree at
Lorane Xiuus eve.
Mrs D J Fuss, of this place started
for (irunite Falls, Minn., last Tui-iday
to visit her until ir. She expects to
he gone uliotil lhr inonths.
Miss Myrtle Doyle closed a two
months term of sclntol Ht Hudleyvllle
last week, and relumed to her home
Mr ("has Morrow went to Drain last
Hiimlav anil relurned on the following
day mid reports plenty of mud and
Miss Josle Foss went to Eugene tlie
llrst of the week to spend tlie holiday
with friends ut Unit place. "Spoon
Si" is quiet and deserted and "Ivan'
wears a .onely look.
A grand ball wits given at the Owens
ciirlsiiniK nk'ht but when
tlie Covotes bewail to arrive, the Isiys
were "'masked" In mud and sw imming
In whiskey, and the fair sex were
Dec. 30 h.
IM.rll.i.sa ,uusi.J nil Ml Olllptl Oil
How river, feeverul from here took In
the dunce at Collage drove Christmas
Henry Mitchell of Pleasant Hill has
lieen visitiinr relatives on How river
the lu-t week or two.
Shelby Tetters killed a large cougar
about two weeks ago.
The Star lyeeiim met last Saturday
niirtit for the first time this wiuUr the
bedrock lyceum lias been running lor
over two months.
HO Smith of Creswell is visiting
with his brother C A Smith.
John and Clay Marker of Med ford
are here trying to dispose of their saw
mill. Dora Hurnelt Is working at Alf Big-low's.
U The Land boys have completed their
contract of running nop poles lor
Frank Ayeres and have relurned
The Star postmaster has got a peti
tion up for the removal of the post
olllce io Higlow's store.
Buy your Lard Palls, Tin Ware,Nails,Sh?
Axes and Iiatcuvaro in general oi uie men t1J;
the prices down for you to tho J5UiiUM(0l
who follow down with reluctance.
Griffin Hardware Co.
Are the boys that put tho prices on tho bottom i
lime ior you.
10 lb. Lard Pails lOc.U'ash In baud
- a . -J D.Ilai 7f .fB
O ID. uarg r" i until lunner i otioa
Dec 31, M5.
Well girls leap year is here. I hope
you will have a goixl soccers in getting
Mr Myron Wallace anil I.eo Castle
man I rive started out on a la 'ge h nut
MisJ W ami C L Smith went in
Tliiustou to nl lend the 1 O O T lodge
meeting lust Friday night.
A number of young people went to
meet Miss Winnie D'Vuny on the t)
o'clock local but she did not coiiij.
MrS A DeVaney will teach our
spring (ertn of school. He is now
teaching ut Thurston.
Mr JW Smith hud the misfortune
to lose two horses lust week with sick
ness. A list of those Unit went to F.iignne
on business lust week Is us follows: J
W, C L and W T .Smith, Kev A 11
J II Smith mill wife spent Christmas
at Mr LP ley's.
Mr Tom McCubitis wuslu our midst
Miss Lena Smllh was the guest of
Mr Smith last week.
Mr I!ibt Wallace was seen passing
along our streets lut week.
Mr J Tallnfuro is on the sick list.
C. L. S.
LK Coimv So a I' Co. -The Sun
sel Polish mill .Sou 1 1 Maiiufaeturiiiit
Comptiny lots developed into the Lane
County Soup Company. The hitler,
under nu ll head tins business indus
try has been curried on fur some lime,
has now established its plHlit in the
Hale Mock on Willauette street,
where it will lie vrmunentl.v lis-ateil,
and will nitiuiilttcture and sell its snap.
The company Is ttiriitiiK out two grades
of imp liiiiuilry and scourm snnps.
They tnunulactiire a first class article
and sell It In ttii markets here cheaper
than the imported brumla ure sold.
F.uch package is neatly branded ami
wnpied lu fancy lattelled paper. The
laundry soap Is culled Savon, ami the
scouring soap Excelsior. Tho com
pany through the inetllclenev of one
of its soap inakert, jiot out a bad It t of
soap on the start, and this has injured
litem some. Hut ihey have so far as
poasible, replaced the 'btnl toap w lilt a
new find Utter quality. The compuny
Isnieetinn wilh good success so far,
and cxpr-els p manufacture a general
line of soups.
Pally (inard, January 1.
Ar tiik Thkatrr. The Chase
St.Hk Co. presenud "A Kentucky
lhonuglibrvtl" to a fr audience
at Ihe theatre hist evening. As
usual, tlie entire cast was well sus
tained la.t night. This play contained
less ef.HMtlmeniallsiu than tlie one or
Monday night and was more highly
sisiken n( by tho audience in that r.
spec!. Tha company rrpeutwl 'Little
l.iiett"at the malinee this aftrr
iiiH.ii, and tonight will presmt -The
iH-toroii," a popular play.
FAI.SK.-Hil,b.iro Iiiilependi-nt of
ive. i. -Mr Vtie, formerly or
l armlngton, has just returned from a
I t""""es. trip to cumy, Tle
I t price or oiita alKiut Junction is
! l":,r "'an 12 ,-enla per tiuahel, and
j .Mr t rnig hear.1 or a transfer of one lot
ot l.'.OO I'llshils that u. ft....,.ui
10 iv.its." This is f.W. Oats are
worth 1!) to 20 cetil. bushel at
j Junction City.
I Ax Hilly is to the front with a new
lre,d!t OU g'KHl rvlUTH '
Dec. 13, 1895.
In ODD FELLOWS B
"ttr : -r-' '
Riding and Walking Plows, both Chilled and I Steel L W
In all kindsof grouna. uwviiiwmi.Ln art,
I.I 111, III
-MANUFACTUREHS OF THE-
O O O O O ,
The most popular flour in tho market. Soli!
"VlThli roron'jtmrly curts iiHi Hi,-
! ln.-r.jiii i,.u'i. V Mum irr.
iJ ll.. l.u lis. WukruliK.-, 1. 1. hit.:
i . mvi! rtn-iiiiiL luiiMiUiiicr and astlir- dit,
i 'Jirtiln or. Kruriu. .. ConlalniiliooiJiati l Una
Ian.lbl.Hi4 bnlldrr. Hnki-.Oieilonilpi:"Ti-.
Kally rsrr ert In -it P-k li't l l"-r boil 1 t 14
Ip.,. Vim M'rlllC (ri.i,nni., VI mm.
rillrnl lMM.k. oiilri plain wrapinr. w. a V
Snanrlol utin.llntf. A t chnrr f(W ewvlttiri t.
oraalelnEm(i-ne,On-.,bf HKNIibntSUN a l.YN.N.ndbyOWUt.'ltW lj,A.V,
Ml Tf'B ll Till STial
Miss Ora Reed of Eugene and Mls
Mumie Dorniau were visilora at the
Coll'man's Christmas day.
Mrs Lowry, the school ma'am at
this place, is emiiloyed to teach a
three mouths' school this winter.
Mrs Lowry has given general satisfac
tion In her present term and only dis
missed her school Christinas day.
This district will have about f 100 to go
back to the slate.
Miss Bertha Washburn of Junction
was visiting at (icorge Carson's last
week. Come again, Hertha. The
Imvs are proud to greet you, especially
The Sunday School at this place,
under the management of Wm Orton,
superintendent, ta ait i 1 1 In progress aud
will continue all winter.
Mr Palmer has a very sick child.
A backset from the whooping cough Is
LA Wheeler and wife of Eugene
were culled to the t?dnide of one of D
C Coflmau's little twins who has had
the pneumonia fever. The child has
been seriously ill, but securing an atile
physician in tlie e'rsoii of Di Artman,
of Junction, the child Is geltinu some
lietu-r and will get well by caret ul
One of our young men left Christ
mas for Full Creek, saying be was
going to get u arried,
There I a young Indy living In
Junction City who snya shs can talk
a arm ntl'of any ordinary young mail.
Uue9 who it is?
L A Wheeler returned home Satur
day. He Xieels to go to Pleasant
Hill the flrst of the year to post hooks
for bis ruther, w ho I in the mercantile
business at that plu-e.
Dr Oglesby made this place a profes.
slontil visit lust wet k.
Eugene must be well supplied with
goods. limits ps hmv nlinost duilv
up the river for that place.
Mr Henderson says he Is making
more trapping than any farmer makes;
any thing he makes more I will assure
Dr Annum wu called to Mils plu -e
lu baste one day this wetk ami
Ids horse btciime a little u::iuh
and ran hi leg against a I urhw in
cutting his boot 1,-g, doing but little
Injury to hiinself.
Pally Uuanl, January 1.
Tn ky Wkkk OiT-Tlie A P A's
hud a eoiqile ir boys out 0 ,nrud
Ihe central portion ot Ihe town tills
evening about 4 o'clock with bells and
placard. Tlie boys rang tin- bells
to rouse tlie people, and then shouted
the information that there is ai
APA organisation In town. Tlie
banners were branded with APA
In big letters on one able unci the seal
of Just ice on tlie oilier.
ASH GROVE POULTS
Eggs $1.50 j.rl5;two!
1 also have a few choltv Em'
dUs for sale, fcatlafartinu mitre
to none in i
Markiaoks vs Divokci-s Dtirlns
the year KSIO Ihe county clerk of Lane
county issued 151 marriage licenses
A pretty good record considerinir the
snppowd hard times Divorce were
grained as follows by the circuit court
of Lane county; March lerm 12 June
whtage Ut HUHe 'iVe '"'r
lrt,Slf t!TATISTK-s -IuMng ihe year
lf- there were eonmiittmeiii. as
loiiow rrom Lane eouutv: To the
nsane asylum 11; to ,e reVorm school
'l Io the state penitenilnrv 6. This I
a good snowing fr tt count v of at
least 1S,00 Inhabitant. '
Popular Brands of
Tobacco and Cigars,
NOTICE OF FINAL
Notice is hmby giTt n b.i:
ailmiuibtrutor ol llie flii e o:
burn, dicesst'd, bus flle l Ll
final setiltan-rt ol nitl e-tat-,
the 6'h day ot January, '
by rril.T of Ihe Court fur irt:
to lb same.
Geo. D. Doriiis, AttotU'r
BIIKRIKF'SSAI.E OS F' W
Notice Is hereby given tint
r.xt-ruiltin duly iksiiu om w i"
n( I In- ( on o I y ul l.nnt'. sui t- ol 1
Sth tlay nl . eremla-r, ls'A'i,
ilt'tril III mlil eourl mi 'l i -"'ili
lsu.v fur the linn ol llfln ii lno.l
lired.UM ttoll,r Willi in t-ss
the kb'iI ..i liday of ix-wl- r. lw
lu iier rent ier aiiniiiu si"l "
dollars attnri.ey'a fi'i- ami Hi'
n-ndill dullara cusla hi a mil
whi.ivllt Mr. l A llllildlftnlt, '
Jamra llmlilliilon, dtTe. tl.
juiiii iiiinis, natuary a
Horn ami Mr b Iaihk 1
k-Hln.l llie above uau ed Kl"
llolll.Bll.l llailmry I lliilli-.
rl)l,.l N .ml nnlpr of SMlf t-
autl cnminandiim lue hi oitlt-r1
Jutlun 1'iit and coala and at-eiuia
tne iiiiiowihk uen-niKii nai i
Cnmintuetiig at Ihe soiilbel
euivt-y 4S,h, ui,'ii,-v vivi i-
the i AC k K thenee f U'"11"
oiith-eaKti-rlT to a nliil ilnf no
of bt'KhllllllK, lu l.aus CiiiHIIT.
.....,. u..l..u m. Illlt : sll
ouihrast cor. of tho Kmt-i. '
theiu-u raa lu tt) elis tn i" 1
tlu-ui-e north S'.t tlcn i"ln
llieiue sol th fi.sS ( In to tin-1' '
cohtuliilt.ir 11.41 anesof IhI'J Io
ill 1 aim ('tnilv. Ort'Ulit': i'"
lot mild to In-r t y di-td le.-i
n. ui .if and i'pcni one n" '
1 ainihiv- t'onipiiiiv by died rt imi
ni 40" n ronls of fane i'. "HH
f rt-, I srill niter f r sale .t " "
l.litilip annlliiii for Cith at tln'C
In Kniieiie, Lhiiu Coiinty,
the I liu day of Jiiuur l"
hours of u a m and 4 n't'lt P
U V.I. Ul Ul U..,. j j
SherlfTof I.ane d
NOTICE OF FINALSKTT'
Notice is hereby gieti
of H. 1). Coleman, dicese
Ids necount fr final seiilti'
estate, and Mcildav. "'e
Jantiarv. 1111. has been
tlie Court fur bearing ol'J11''
hill tl i.l
F. 1 Coi i
NOHCE OF FINAL l-1'
Notire is hereby givm 'I'-1
arlminiur.Mlnp Ilia es'tl'
Shaw ilereaatil, has lite J
lb. S...I ..... I nf M"1
Mouit y, Ibe 2.1 day ot ltc
i.... .. . i . i ih f
wru sri uy rq urnri
nlii.'-ri ...a I., lt, ai.niM
N 01 ICE OF FINAL Ml
N.iti, a li b.r.l.tf oivcU ll"'
tliiiti istiuior tit the est""
de.e isf.,1, hits fib d his f "".,
piillerofss d estrte W'!h,ll,'
f Lane county, Oregm'. J" .
2td day ol December 1
p Of o'clock o I salil di-J b
y aid court for the heart'"1 : "
said acrcunl acd for t S""
Dated this v3rl day oi"'
BlLTIC 4 VoCNO.
1 1 mi A Ik" if( hiiu r '
,-lrial or fi:rtl
nMlm, Ctmit, K- "1
(srralV. A 1 1 1 A-
:rA oiner cfi-v ""' '
THE tCUf : '
(SI S. tteiis'-i