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Kugcno City Guard.
To Weekly Subscribers.
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Cincinnati Wkkkly Hnquiii
Kit. The K.(t'iKKit j'h tho
leading paper of the Miss
issippi valley. Is ably edited
in news and editorial col
umns, and is a clean, moral
family paper, which we can
Its subscription price alone
LOOK AT THE RECORD.
We take (pace to give the record
of the 19th biennial session of the
Oregon legislature. It follows:
The untimely death of a yorng
man near town of appendicitis has
called attention to the umiHual dis
ease. An exchange, gives the fol
lowing explanation of the cause:
Appendicitis, which the doctors
have hi en telling us is caused by a
grapo need or something of that
kind finding its way into a useless
little sao in the huimin viscera,
now appears to hu caused by locl
inflammation of tho little organ it
si'lf. lirape seeds cannot enter, an
it is too sin ill for even a mustard
seed ho them is no danger in swal
lowing the seeds when eating
grapes. Tho disease rarely occurs
in women ami rnrelv in children
under 10 or iidults over 30. The
Hymp'oius are a sudden pain in the
center of tlio stomm-h, followed by
a sore and tender spot over Mm
CRiiiD region. Appendicitis is cured
by a simple surgical operation it
performed in time, or death will
ens i from tho cloggir.g of the
If the gold of tho world is mo
nopolized by governments, banks
iiml bondholders how can the u-
pin get it to use as circulating mo
ilium? They cannot get it for that
purpose. It does not circulate,
but tliev must li i vo it to pay inter
est and tuxes and must buy it at
the price fixed by the owners there
of. W'u a It those of the Lano
eounty farmers and producers who
have been hoodwinked into SU-
p rt of gold standard ideas to study
thif question. Of course this
does does not fully apply to the
l'acilii) const where gold circulates.
Itut in the great commercial centers
of tho world gold is bought and sold
tho mine as bacon and wheat, is
recognized as u commodity, and
circulate as money only to a limi
This bond busiuesi is antedilu
vian or very near it. Why should
a few people be asked to guarantee
to indemnify the electors of a dis
trict from loss or eiiibeixloment oo
curing by reason of the men whom
they elect or aio apKinted to man
ugo their corporate or publio affairs?
If a man is worth electing he
should be as honest and intelligent
as the people who elect him, and it
is puerile for a large Iwdy of peo-
le to nsk a few to stind all the
looses without any chance of gain,
Tho public that pUcej a man iu
position ehould be his lioiitUiran.
In an experiment with a mili
tary bicycle in France a souave
rode at tho rate of twelve miles an
hour, went through his part in a
sham battle, then foldc 1 his mt
chino compactly, placed it on his
back, scaled an 8 loot wall with a
Intkler, fired his gun repeatedly on
the other side, unfolded his bicycle
and rode nil'. It will bo bard to
keep tho boys from enlisting in the
next war, and girls also may want
to take a spin.
tSTtuo v4Uof IViviw was cWtul
we rather expected be would be
troublesome in the swate on ac
count of his disposition to ruii the
entire machine, no difference if it
was a horse race, ladies and society,
city election or revival. He con
siders an Oregon senate a very
easy job after the responsibilities
be Irs shouldered during his event
President elect McKinley is
suffering from nervous prostrstion
brought about from incessant hand
shaking from would-be office-holders.
The life of a newly elected
president is not a very pleasant
one at the commencement of his
term, especially when the political
complexion of the administration
exjieriences a change. The outs
are alwavs persistently crowding
the ins for place.
"The intellectual giant from
Lane county" is the language the
Salem Statesman uses in referring
to our junior senator.
Not a few wtio read what Mr Ruhert
Row Is, of Holland, Va., has to say be.
low, will rtmember their own exper
ience under like circumstances: "Last
winter I bad la grippe which left me
In a low state of health. I tried num
erous remedies, none of which did me
any good, until I was Induced to try
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy. I wai enable to attend to my
work, and the second bottle effected a
ones." r or sale at 25 and 60 cents per
bottle by O.burn & Ddlauo.
Tba ftoToll aftha INwikUn.
Why cannot mothers and datiKhtxra,
likn any two other woiimu, enjoy them
selves alongside without driving each
other crazyf If people's braius are not
pf a siz, Umlr tastes not of a kind,
liey can lire their separate lives with
out evil speaking, lying and slander
log, can't they? No, history says, not
In one honsa, "Two In a houso" must
eutlroly syiapathlzo or one nmst mlo.
And the head of the house cannot lis
tho daughter. Funny enough, and most
lnoonoluslve, are the explanations given
In the recent racy discussion a must
useful discussion, too, for If It bas put
revolt Into Uio head of a few nnrovolt-
Ing daughters, who were stilt twilight
edly honoring and obeying, it has been
a ray of comfort to many a puulcd par
ent and a glorious illumination to many
an Innocent young eligible. Home peo
ple say the mothers aro too strict, and
Ilarbara, with her latchkey and her
Zola, has their full sympathy. Others
say tho mothers are too lax and try to
drive into hideous marriage tho shy, re
fined Virginia, who ouly asks, as she as
a right to ask, whether the man alio it
expected to lore has "a past to bury.
In ray opinion, the mothers have very
little to do with the matter at all
Many girls at a certain age seem to like
a grievance, and when they feel bored
at home hunt around for an excuse and
mistake it for a reason. They are sure
to find something that will serve and
most likely iu the hauditt target-
mamma. Hhe is usually most innocent
Dut when this unfortunate parent real
ly does enter intothequestion of revolt
ing daughterhood, Mrs. Ftttroy Stew
art hit the right uall on the head It
is the pretty parent. She actually is, in
a manner, In her daughter s way,
though not knowing it and not wishing
it There is not tho slightest doubt thai
tho daughter is oftener jealous of ths
mother than the mother of the daugh
ter. I know scores of caaea. "Give ns
back," cries one kind of jealous daugh
ter, "the portly, dowdy mother of old.
She was not very wide awake. She no
ticed nothing but the koy banket aud
that is how It ought to tie. She has had
her day. " That Is the note of jealousy,
the tocsin of war, "she has had her
day-" Nineteenth Century.
A Waauui Oarbaa laaaswlar.
An interesting development of worn
an't growth iu affairs t exemplified by
the reoout appointment of a woman fot
garbage inspector in Chicago. She re
ceived this distinction through the so
HclUtion of the Municipal Order league.
and the ladles report the city officials as
bulug in perfect sympathy with the new
order of things. Women have eertaiuly
become desperately in earnest in their
interest In publio matters when they
can deliberately seek au employment
which must neesaarlly be so very repul
sive. The experiment bids fair to sue
coed, however, as the woman who hai
nudertaken this new line of work is am
ply fltknt for the place. She has perfect
health and a flow of spirits tint can
overcome all ths depressing effects of
her occupation. Her appearanee Is coin
man ding and htr diva simple. She has
taken up the work seriously and allows
nothing to interfere with her business.
She is obliged to know how to detect
auy flaw la the wagons which convey
ths garbage to the lake and see that
they meet the reqalrtatents of the law,
Aa.Uat RmhOm IW MIiuhI,
Th hiccough seem i to ha a modern and
dangerous lle a, but l ha ancient knew
II aud prvaerlhvd remedies that lutglft dom
be tritsi adPt4truV. kissVu avoaii
memted meeting. Aeliu approval af a
eupplng luttrumenV wllh great heat, to
lh hmaai. AteiamW bellvvad In an ox
rmal of squill. AiaaJutravtua maiW ua
af refrigerant draft. Htuum put bla
truat In ralefaclanu, aura a eumla, pep
per, me and lha Ilk In vinegar. Ilegwiu
kieked kindly oa oalrfocleol, allenuant
and earailDatlve niatllrlnea.
n n -mi n fl
THURSDAY, FKURL'ARY 2-i.
Wick up four driving horses.
Willauietle street I dry once more.
A heavy frost and dense fog this
Itsv Itrooks return d from Salem
Lar In UrUtow returned to Cot luge
Orove this afternoon. i
Chris Marx Is having the Interior of !
bis barber atiop dvcoiaUd. j
hWuator McClung and Driver n-1
turned home this afternoon.
Ilosa-d Rowland returned from Si
l.tu on thU morning's overland.
rroflluut went to Cottage (rov
this afternoon to attend a teacher' In
The Weekly Ul'AHli and the Clnc-ln-n
iltl Weekly KiuUlrer both one year
for 2.00 In advance.
A number of Kouthern Oregon leg
islator passed through Kugene thl.
afternoon on t litrir was home.
FO Kiuersou Is o:i the sick list.
tm ll(bavss sVi.it tul It iiuiika r l fit iu.P.
" " " .j I iiIhii's much Mtii-ri'r to toe prr
from . surglcu. operalloi, to relieve his 1 1-;'-';, ,
Rev Al C Wire came up from Al-
bany lat night and preached the lit'e j
Mrs Relsliaw's funeral mtiiioii this
K Kvenson appeared before Rncordor
This is the time of year
when Plow Shoes are
In great demand.
We have a large stock
of good Shoes at prices
that will interest you.
$1.00 to $2.50.
Give us a trial when you need
Good Shoes at Low Prices.
YORAN & SON,
The Shoe Dealers.
I have a doe M ..I ( nlif'-rnia privet
r lo the privet in
ul'":. , , i u iM .t thi.t night
life f..rin-i n-mini.-
and slirulw fr m''- le iip.
. W. Cl.Ol.llHiK.
I'HFSthe gd onl nhni llie line.
I'llesean leipii' kly '-"red illiiulii
oM.rutiou by simply applying !
WHfa Wil. h Ilu7..'l Salve, l ily liB
Vllieelil I'p'l' " t"r-
Dorris this afternoon on a charge of . .j
.... i . i it. ii
assault, lie pieuu guiuy ami was noru : . t,,..n
t.vfrv nieht. on aecolllit of a liekll'iK
J r .
' and costs.
Ray W Iigan, a student of the'U of .
O, left for I'ortlsnd this moruing, h iv
Ing bH called home by the serious
llluetsofa near relative.
Mrs. N W Allen, of I'lutltinil, who
Is prominently connected with the
inlay selKKd work of the tnte, ur
rlvid iu Kugene this afteruiMin.
KIKLOH'ri CURK, the great Cough
and Croup Cure, I In great demand.
Mellxlttioli in the throat, III.IV overe.nne
itlltoiK-e ! u li of One Minute
Cnugh Cure. City Drug Stre, H. A.
It would I hard In eonvi a Mem
Hiiirering from bilious colic that hi
agony is tine lo a uilciobe with an tin-nronouiii-alilo
name. Hut one il"-e of
Ik-Wilt's Colic and Cholera I lire will i
convinee hi f Us power to nllord
PiH-ket size conta s twenty-five doses hlHt relief. It kills pain. City Ding
only Sic. Children love it Hold by store, II J A. Vincent, Proprietor.
Henderson A Linn. Park' Sore Cure Is n ss.itivess-cille
KARL'rt CLOVKR ROOT will pu- Uu dlse-s of the I.iver and Kid
rlfy your IiIimmI, cleat your complexion, Wy. Ily lenioving the uric m-id in
regulate your Uiwels and makes your n,,. ,,mi, i( cures Khciimnl -m. S It
head ns clear as a bell. 'Sic, .Klc, ami Hatford, of ' 'nrlliitue, S. Dtiknla, says:
11.00. Ileiitlerson A I. Inn. ' H-lieve Parks' Sure Cure excels all
Tears, laughter and surprise In store other medicines for Rheumatism und
for those who will bo lucky enough lo ! Urinary disorders." Hold by A Yr:n
s -cure admission to the Jolly I.adits! iniiton.
Minstrels entertalumeut. Tickets 'e are uiixiotis to tin a liit'o koihI in
reserved seats W cents gallery 11 ceiils. , t, Wl,rid and can think of no pleas
nif.i i...i. .i.... i.r..L-i anier or Is-tti-r way lo il.i it than hy
1t RIIV Ur, iimilll, mid noj in mi nn-
Ing!" so suld IVWitl's l.litle Karly
Risers to tho
lis (on Um botsd pUaaar Ttieaa leetrU
Itghu ar wry uurel labia.
baa Thai's eo. A girt never know
waat snlawl saw's uta So he klajeS
One Minute ChiiIi
Cure as a prev.-nlive of pneiiiiiniila,
eousiiiiiptinii and oilier serious lung
trotilili-s Iiml ftillow neglfi-leil rolilf.
City Di-ng Store, II. A. Vincent,
I've a secret iu my h. iul,
A tale I would impart,
If you'd even lain r he
Votl must always ti . Puiks' '1'ea
The improvement you w ill see,
Sild by A. Y HU Mi l".
The American l "iniy owes her pres
tige more to a clear cninplrxioii than
The surveying class or the college to Miiy oilier ntti ilmte. A cup of
this nioriilng esliinatt tl lh ilill'ereuce j Parks' Tea ill enable anyone to ma
in altitude tietween low witter mark sess this. Ii ch ars the skin ami n
aml the court house porch. 'I welve moves pimples ,: Ihat sallow, nnid
olmerval Ions were taken It. all, w hicli ily li"k. Parks' Tea is iimsI bv tlioiis
sliowsd the tlillervnee In be 11) 30 feet. I amis of ladies for Uu- complexion.
tl ,. ... ,, , Wllhollt Is-ln' a eathai lie it cures con
Doll t go I'.ast ll tl 1 11 you have seen .
., . . , , ' ! stipatinii. Niid bv A S KlilMII'ii.N.
the undetslgned, who can tplole you 1
the lowest rales, furnish you your " e iii-gni icu " mole aooui . me
ii..l..i. -I.-...U... i,n. I Minutu Cough Cure, lull you luoliahl,-
ami arrange for a pleasant trip via the
Union Pacific system. K J McClaua
Iihii, agent, Kugune, Ore.
man who hud taken
them to arouse his sluggish liver. City
Drug Htoro, II. A. Vincent, Prop.letor.
Pure bliKitl means gtHHl health. IV
Witt's Harrapaillla purilles tho IiIimhI
eun-s eruptions, eczema, scrofula and
all disei si-s arising fiom Impure blood.
Clly Drug Htore, II. A. Vincent,
Hnmllln sl.e, but gleat in results
Ik'WItl's Ml lie Karly Risers ael
gently but thoroughly, curing lutli -gestion,
tlyss-is t and eonslipatioii.
Small pill, safe pill, lest pill. City
Drug Htore, II. A. Vincent Pro rlelor.
1 lless. 1 1 is mi
S. Hawkins, of Chattanooga children, beuit; p:
i know that It fins a cough. Kv.-ry
1 one ils-s w ho has it i it. It is a pei-
i feel remedy for coughs, colds, hoarse
Tlw wsltliiig was nM r, and the rich
I,,,., a.'-.Hi", Ml on ihe train ls-.We"
anil In nnli-rl
,ir. w iijiii . I- . .,... i.i.f
in line in I..1 I k'i.ii" .
"Hh.k.-!'' -h-i'-l tb.-c-..i..luct-.rrsthey
. t.,ii,.-g.n,iws"kai,itii.i J";1;-
Thefluur.- hv his l.l.-gau. a ! ghl -tart.
W" w, le-. and what wm hi. rriia"
'',",;!: i!n ,....... tw."wM
rl,u.!i..nil. 'Vim -'. when I w.i a
ig,, I ,ra.-ii.-.-d Li out I" Kansiis,
wliii h mi. tin n a fruliti'-r state.
:.,,..., air'i"";1 J"J""''
ls-f.,r,-1 li.nl Is-""""'" "w,,,W1)"k
"yes; that W.-1- hi- name. lie was
,-h,.riMlwlth murtleraiHlciiil'l'sl. . Ihe
,.vi,, -,....-aii.-t Mm was purely re urn
Munllal. but tlm jury (..und a venllrt of
KuiltV. and 1 had " '" ''"
"C rtainlv. I tlnl. 1' was my first ex-.s-rlriice
In that line, and I irave the .ris
oner a very ln.prcs.ive talk and wound up
hy w-ntenelng him f hanged hj the
k until he was tleatl, und when I a.k.sl
(iisltohave mercy on his soul I put
much solemn empha-ii Into my voice that
lllakeliirned paleand ireinliled nkea leal.
-I felt si.rrv fur I lie 'r fellow. Ho
haiUg'sid f ee and looked like a gentle
man. hut the evi.lene.i was against him,
and I I ul lo do my duty."
Wa- he t is iin df" Thequestlun tamo
In a tP-muloiis t one.
" Ve; he du d nil ll"' gallows, Kllll tll
judge, "lie prot.Med liis lnniK-encu to tho
lat?nnd his. on.bn t all the way thniugh
was that of a brave mall."
The bride, with averted face, was look
ing through lliewiiidow Into the darkness,
and It was t a-y to see that shu was greatly
"Tl... uorvt, of It Is." continued the
judge, "Hlake was Innocent."
"lniusetit, you say!-"
'l-ndouhtedh-. After his death the real
miir.l.T. r turned mi anil confessed. Tho
Imys lynched hlin ls-foro I hail a chanco to
The girl I.N.ked steadily through tho
window, 11ml the judge thought that he
l.f.ini a .iohrc.-.c.l sob.
lie alm.M regretted that he had told her
sii. li a sad story, but It was loo late to uu
do I lie tni-i hli f.
'Hid vim ever Iiml "lit anything alioiit
Hlake" ll-kisl his li.telier.
"Not very iniieh," was I liu n-spoiise. "I
heard that he Is-loiiged to a good family
homewlicrc in the smith. He was a splcre
illdl.sikiug man. imt over an, with picrc
Inu erav eves and hair like gold. His love
uf adventure tarried him to the frontier.
and when he was tried in my court his
rtL-ewas b.i.llv managetl. I ladieve that
hu left a w ife and child In his old home,
but I have forgotten where ho lived."
Slill the listener maintained her droop
Ing attitude. Apparently slio was very
umi-li Interested In the story, or perhaps
she was fatigued or ill.
The judge In gall tothlnk that the hang
Ing episode was not exactly tho thing to
tell to a young ami tender heitrt.sl woiuitn.
" J he la'.y occasionally makes a mistake,"
he said, "and this was olio. Hut It Is hot
ter hr an Innocent man to suffer once In
awhile than to administer jnstlco too
loosi Iv. ll. sides, for all I know, lllako
mav have (s en a had man. If his life had
been spared, ho might have develoHsl Into
the worst kind of a desperado. Tho cao
has never given 1110 any mental distress.
After nil, tmo life more or loss Is a small
Not a word came from tho nhrluklng
woman at the window.
The Judge grow restless. It was very
dull sitting there with a pretty bndo who
would imt talk.
At last ho rose and said that ho would
go Into tho smoking car fir n few mo
ments. An old friend was there, ho said,
aud ho wauled to say a word to him on
The girl merely nodded and said some
thing In a low tone which the judge c.ui
ptrueil Into assent.
The solitary traveler remained motion
less for soino time after the d, parture of
her companion. Then, wen' few tiasseit-
f gers In the car, and she was nut acquaint
ed wllh any of them.
As the train rushed onward through the
darkness she ipiiekly matured her plan and
made up her mind to earrv It out at all
1 hazards. Drawing a notebook from h,r
Up to Date Prices and Goods.
J. T. CALL130M & SOU,
Vnt Door Writ ol iuil Siort.
9th STREET, EUGENE.
Tenu., ay: "Slillo's Vllali.er 'Saved
My Idle.' I consider 't the best reme
dy for debilitated system I evet
used." For Dysepsia, I.iver or Kid
ney trouble it excels. Price 7 cent
Hold by Ileiitlerson A I. inn.
Articles of Incorporation were Hied
Tuesday with ths secretary of slale, by
J II Hutchinson, A K Kalon, YV R
Hutchinson, W Tarter, II C Hmdwhid,
J M Carall ami Ham'l Trucs.lale, for
lh I'nlon Wtsilen Mill Co, at t'nlon,
Oregon; capital stink f.V.UK).
When w e c insider that the intes
tines ar. a'siut five times as long as
the body, we Can realize tlie Intense
sulVeriug exH'rlencetl when lliey are
iutlaiued. IVWltt's Colic and Cholera
Cure subdues Intlaiuuiatlon at once
and completely removes the tlllll cully
City Drug Store, II. A
A felt want Is that guaaiug at the
stomach afttr you have eaten a full
meal, and can't eat anv more, and vet f 1 T ' Pp"'''"'-DG,r''" s"i l,c
' IS. B.k CiSH I.IP Prtu tr, ml Inn.
inert- is Hint tet'iiog as tiiotigo you na.i
ealrn liothli g. What is wauled then
is a tl.ste of Slmniotis I.iver Regulator,
the Uat Dytt-lli cure, for that is
what Ihat gnswlng uieaiis. "Sim.
mom I.iver Regulator I all that Is
leconiniemlcd for Imligeslitiu." A R
Dyche, London, Ky.
Kit Hill. Lumber Cltv. Pa., writes:
"I hav Uhui suirerlng from idles for
year and thought my case Incurs-
tle. ivw lit s witch llsiel Malve was
retMUinieuded to me as a idle cure, so 1
bought a (six and it performed a rr
luanent cure." TUN Is only outs'
thousands tsf sssnku niw. )-.,
oresaMs) satia ssi;m Jiel1 tpilekl
wUks it ks sm4. City lvii .tcre,
ll. A iint. Fri'sriclor.
The Kugene Relief C.os bit at all
time led In lh Ut atiiUitrtiielits iu '
etilertslniog to the puhti.t, t t Ihi
time lh" entertainment will I eilr
ordlnarv, having arranged with Mrs
Halite Parrtaii HiiVfaa lo train ,V.) of
h.Ugeiir'a tiret tslellt (j liferent the
rUsteru novel suU-itsluui. lit of I.a :
siiMiiiriiii.il (irrsvni luqicailc . ant
the isiuiing rvvuu sign will U .01:.
splcUfU Uf.sreQbe door are o;rn.
Tlekeis on ale st Henderson A tn . i
iiiit-k In eiirin :. t itv li.-ug store,
A. lucent, linpueior.
lor a 1 ain in the t in s! a plc.v of
tlaunel ilailiiciieil ilh f hainhc Haiti's
Pain It 1 1 ill and hound oil over the st a"
of the pniii, ami niiot her on I. v back
between the s'lnuUlei's, will iilhoil
prompt relief This is es,crially val
uable III eases u hi re the pain is cans. ,1
by a colli and Ihere is 11 leniency to
ward pneumonia I'or sale by
1 -l urn ill I'el.ano.
lull; 1. m rl . I . I,riisr J.
A P.n IV. A pmv was given lat
night at thlouie ol Albert and llr
tK'rt llordoii on I! 1 t I'.leventll htrccl.
About IS young people we e prcscui
ami the time w as veiy pleasantly spent
III social converse and in playing gaiiu s
u.itll 11 o'ch.ck wiicii a ilclighttiil
lunch was ser, ,, aliervt Inch (ho..
present left for their Immn.
' ' katehel slu. lii, 11. 11.1 rv f,.u- u-,.r.U ,,.! ..In.
tut to lake alio ,.. ... ,.,',. ,, , ...... . . .
.-.! ll..' .... I 1,1. ll. .1 JI...U.' iiiitmkii.
1 which hung over the hack of tho seat.
.Inst I hell the train Mopped. The girl
knew the place well. It was the junction,
and at this point she could in half an hour
lake a train which would carry her h;tck
to the village where her uncle lived.
I The drowsy passengers saw nothing, and
even the conductor failed lo ki-0 a slight
form passing through t lei car and Mopping
on tho .station platform.
The old judge had a Jolly time with his
friend In the smoking car, and before ho
knew It an hour had slipped hy.
With Home regrets and compunction ho
made his way back lo his seat.
It was vacant, and there was no sign of
I the hrlde!
The judge picked lip tho Bote plunod to
his overcoat and road this brief message:
Ji iHir.-Ki. lmr.l Make m my father. AfteT
lus ,1. atu 1 t.s lt ilia luum t.f mjr unelo and
lni ,1 iih him from my tarljr rhtMhood until
my niurnace. ll woul.l have Wen well for us
both if wu li.nl known ea.-h other's history. I
go t,i my mi, !,' Ii..tne to remain there, wul I
nest . .ini. stiv r,.uest you never to cross my
p oll again. I .-aim, ' t In ar the night of th'
man ho nl my f.itlj. r to the iritllnw. I got
off at lie, Juti -ti,!,. yt nt
Tim judge nvid the n it.i through and
Silt I he remainder of h,. night with his
hat pullid d,in over his face, without
looking up or saymg a wortl lo nnylsidy.
The net r..,y an outguing steanier from
New I.. i;uis.H.,ad the judge among
Its tmssonj-ers. Atlanta Constitution.
RETIRING FROM BUSINESS.
Do asuiiil of the istor heallh of our f unilv e are (vmiwlletl to
clos." our store and leave Kugi .much to ibe regn-t of ourselves
and family, lint as (he dealt o .f our family demands It we
shall t oiiitiniice oil ' '
SATURDAY, JUNE, 13, '96,
Our o Qrcat Qloy o Out o 5al.
1 a lliis sale evcrvl'iing w ill t sold at Aueiimi i,i.m
you aish to buy gthsls Cheap now is Vour opp trtuuit v Come
rarly before the stm'k I bMken. Nothing reserved! Every-
Hung iti our siuim g.e.
"VVJVTCH THIS SPAOH,
J. D, MATLOCK & CO.,
Men's Heavy Boots at
Cost Until April First ....
Mt it'i t-'0 fine shoei, t.'.Sn to el .
la.ys' aliis-s, 1.1S, II. I ', aiel
m-IkmiI sIiis-s i.'i, Nl, IIJKl. II..'.., i,,,
Iji.Ius' fllil- kid Up luce sin 'i', .
I silles' line kid Up b .Hon -In.. .,
I miles' line button h.s-, 1 i'.,
,u-' losvy ulioes, (l.ixi, l.i .
bailies' tilut-ksiid lull oil, i, I an I
'-li: i !,
Men's a'ld t-oyn' elulhlm ul c,,.
Mst-, liiin.lie. t tost,
M.-ii'i tiik Inns. J.', I'l.i.', si,, I
tivi-ralls, lj, '. , and -l e
Our new shirt waists, up to date, 50, 75, DO, f 1.00, tl.:':,,
Vi-rv best 30-lnch percales, all colors, Kit; per .var.l.
() it'ng flannels, 7. 8, and 10e per yard, best makes.
e,l nil wool serge. 60. 65. 7"c I'er art!
All wool ntl inch serge colors, li.c per yard.
5"lt u,n.ll ami plain, 10, 14, 17. 20 nnd p. r
Lonsdale blea( bed 4-4 mii-lln. 8e per yard.
Cnhleacl.ed IllU-lills, 6, 0 J, 0 Btal .! r J'l fJ.
in rifuo rlncs harnains'than ever colore.
TIB arts usucr Ji 6,Jiu d m kh '
an object lor you to by your shoes of us this season.
I. FRANK & SONS.
THE HEATING QUESTION,
Let us solve it for y oil. We have a lurge ami
well (.elected line of healing and en king
.loves with which to do It. If you are inler
es'eil don't full to call on us. The
Lett'ltrofnll wihhI and air titflit healers, j to
found on our floors.
GRIFFIN 4 HARDWARE COMPANY
TT-srr r. W'tnTMn rmnll.rjeu.ly euros qtsli klT. l-i-rsiniifrf.
M 1 11 rv ..- .lis-..-. -.Me.. I VI.' . l.-s I ! I:,,,,, H n
i r . 1 1 1 1. 11 1 .1 ll. -nl. u I.e. Wiiki-f nine.-.. In.' liiilllv. N.iunrl-.
"EvTF ev.l ilo jiiib, li.isit.iitr ni.,1 wn: iin- .u- n-.-.rsMHii.
16,1 TS"""""1'""'""'"""" ' l'""'"'n',"l'ml""- 1 nrsu,,
4vsSSs -. ev.l lle.illlb, Ilnl-Ol.'liir Ul.,1 worn.," ill , .1 ra.lH .
Ihl V '" ' ' l'"li'o,iin.i,M'liile. I .n iii-rTi.H,
alii' 'Afl im.l IiI.mii! hllll'l. r. o.k,'thnti'-l""ii"leii vs-- 'ik-amlrlir:
IIP TJI i:s.lresrrii,,loiv-.ti.,i ::'. hi i-rli,'.t: v I r,-.-.. inr.e w
fU ,,4fJ- I pin, I. ii o.n: er,.f-ti ,ei ,r oif' ,in'f rri l-,i. V. rl'.n.rm
JLl "23f'J""U-l "-". e..'. I .'lo rrains-r. a-lili l :in,,nli iu:
".V".. .. s.. ., 1. ...... ... -I.ola-.r.... IUoi.: Jill., lu,u.. l,.Wlk
ia!eiaBimMio.on-K,brUESlKll.'.N D A N.n' ly tir-lti. UN & Do I.A.N.
Feb 24, M'7.
Mr Hirshbaruer, llie con-table of
tspriliKlleld, was in this vicinity on
ollleial business one tiny Inst week.
MrShep Smith paid Kugene a visit
I J Curler occupied the pulpit at
.Miss Maud Ilolbrook of Kuypl has
been speutling a week here.
Ci is Muttesoii paid Ejjypt n visit
Mr Sam Stirts is hauling -aw loi;s
for Kugene I.uiiihcr Co.
We are sorry to hear of the death of
.Miss Kinma Howard. The bereavod
parents and relatives have our
Mr J M Ket ney of Jasper made" a
business trip to K:ypt Tuesday.
Notice of Annual School M.ctiii''. '
V It Scott niutle Mil- juiii. ,
business call last week.
Walter Uussell lias b, i n ijiihesii
hill is now nuinilii; fast.
Mr J S Hills has rente, I his firm
A Mi-Cumber for I lie next itinjrn
J S expects to o down the va! ey
Mrs Iviene Bond and -h i l-iren
Ui'iirene nie visiiini- hi nei ti-ireni,.i
and Mrs Tho. Hard; of thi pirn".
Miss Dllie tliini litis reiiirtii'l l
from Springfield, wlieru sh , I a lr
Hoinj; to u liool.
Mrsl'liilip Sylvei ler in I little t
of Mt tih'ti, spent a few d iv vi-il
friends anil relatives at this 'so".
"Dow n by the Sea" wn-plujoli'
ifood aiittieuee last Saturday tik'ii
I he school house. The mtiii iL'er ht-i
yet tlecitletl which tow n tolnlliirit
Miss Kai le ltrown ol Sprimil.'
was visiting with Miss O.lie tliiuu
lilslie was suniuioiieil home In I
bed side of her sick praihlinolliT.
(ieorije Moores left Mond iy m "
Notice is hereby i;iveii tu the legal
voters of moIiooI tlistrict No 4, of I. nil
county, sliile nf Oregon, that the un-
n,...l m..i I r... .1:
,1 ""V"' "V 'inittm the trtiin. bound for AsMrii
U'lll I ma lit Ll nl III) it.mr li.iiu.i 1.. I.'... 1
-.. s.. 1 ... .s.1,... 1, ii. .111 .. 1
o'colck 11 111 oil the llrsl Mnmliiv. In in,.
the Hist day of March, A. I). U'7 I"1"1 Sl"'dy
Tl. ...... t 1 1 ... 1 e .1 . !
1 inn inn 1 ui; in ruiien iur c ll e pur
H)sWi.f hearing the annual report j , ( ur(l ft j.,, , ,. My.
directors and clerk of said tlistrict ami T.lke fixative ,, (J ,iui:i- T
toe trans , , -t.o i 01 misiness i.lm All tlniLlsts leftltnl llie 1.1
D.1I.1I this pith day of Feb., lV.i".
Attest: W.M 1'i.KsioN,
Chr. Itottrd of Directors,
lino F Chaw,
All druggist leftltnl the
. if it fails to eiire. 25.'.
a . 1. . 1 1 ... .,
ll-U JT. Un.rfn.... Ilnrf 1,1. 1.3-1 '
i. iw n ' I , i I ll I'l I ,.L . .
, WJ SS IIWIIUUI WWII, ll,,
i tmiiamers, Cor. Wil. and tu sis.
ion iitvnrtt, a i no.
Thfre,,rsolil,,,,s,vr i; ,. ,.Hs,.,t , ;
It-urn noil Hi re I. t l,..t ,,,. .1 r.-H.1. .1 ,1 , ,,. (
Oinl seieme tins Is-eii sole in r,,,,. ,,, .. I
-is.:.-.. sm.I ths, t. ctrrli. Hsil's ftrrh i-,m.
l'-HltV fill.- klKIW 11 o . u..-.lil-Hl
iHternily. "l.-Th tieim c,.n titiilim,,,! ,!
,'r-;-. '''"'"". 'II'HioiimI treimnellt
,.,..:'.::r:,,',r. "'.'"" s.-u..8
' " "uu llUlfiUls hlr Sri'H i.i ...
Uiest.ii m. lln n liv ilestmnin ii,.. i,,,,,,,!,. " Handles IS csnts,
,.( .he .1 .s,e. n, nivnm ,),, Vsiiem , . . . ci 'one Bloock South
oy Lull Iiikiip ii,,. , ,i,it! M,, . 01 CowtMtms
"h ii .'r. i lie )iroi, H ium 1HV1.
oiniieli (mill in lis euralivi, iJ.u. r,
tliri.,,e.lrl,.,i,lrMr ...,'. ,,,. ' ! fj A IMT IVH DA flCD
m"- mi' n- sioni ,,r .1., i... . - t- u i ixi i anil ru
rli: i.',., .... VJ. '.. .1 i.d-. o. : up for ihe moud$.
! Tart of our 1897 WALL PAP
We have Bargaims.
Come and Sec
luisnr f Lth
'I I, inks.
We h. unilv il.,.L- street. Three
iBV N'nii, is II. u lii.,.. tn 1 . 1 1 tthilfp'
nr. lini- ut miCDTflM'S l-'li'
I'-l (if A Hi
n loose W lit) iissMed Us iu mukiiij j
ttieiiie,li,,,;sf r ;.( ,! ,,, j
Mis Mry C Holluiun, so id.-iisanl I
sliceofiil. To paslois, siiiseis, I-Mj. 1
ton, ushers mm others vie I ! ,hu r ,;. r I .1. s ,.t. f '
ciirtiial -1 nutik l,." F.iiKene W C
I ir i i mi- i sii-ii
e dools w t si 1 I 1
Kir th .1 ( l ii.
I lo rel y hi,
iiou nee myself a catuli.
goo, lor Lane C i'1
Oeo. n Dorris. Aisiiiiue, I I
Q W Crowell and Helen VV i r.i
Well. hi. a ifn. lii (i l: ' o t'
To rt V rv.,..ll ,ii. ,1 11 eD '
In lh name of Ihe State . ! .
srehtrehy suniuioiie.l to Ii"','..
I' . .1... Ill '"
i .i ,,,,. , . . .i.iui ana answer to u" ..
at the animal ,.,V' ,, MHn l, S, M,T. ! l'liti, tifl flled thenin. en . r l-ferr;
()o. F. Ck aw, i'lsyf March, liejT. Tun' i '1' f
; ii) t'l me Ui XI If till 01 s.i. ' , ..
"8 'he lime ol the i spir .'.' ' ' .
... i .... i .'
VI JUIlkttlirill HU ii ie ' , .
"SitlUM A'JII noil r, .,
, t !
tiMte iur le t I. Mi, in i i, ,,,. ..,
'liotilCldk, Kim.i.e (,,ool ilhirl,,,
. OS) i
Walnuts small per lh
lii lbs No whit e beans
(iood prune er lu
(os Mhitr ligs H r n, '""
4 lis good corn siarch
20 lbs jisvl rice. . '
Dtied apple per lb
3 It fancy ltcM d'riVd applU''
1 lb Seil North Carolii,.
Ax 3 ILLY.
nils, r. in Ihe sum
l.'-'d us iu q. .Ul d in t ii
O . wuli bit. list Ibern.ii i;' l'i
J ' nnui since lh- iil'h il.'
.-. i ''5, and for J.'.OtU iitio'
. 1 1 ci sts st il disbursi uo uts . 1
-J0 ersf of forfclostire ol the V
2j No. 'J3 in block Xo One, '
j,. Addition to Eugene C'nv. !
j tuA S'tf , ii,j (, f ,u, h ml., r
Court oih) ss. ui itpiitnbe
2oc bv the Curt, The Hon. -1
1 00 Tht service of ''
on Jon by publicti,ni i;
i Vt'LT Grnt, s .-
circul.lion, publisbt-d e. .
4oe 'J. for n roustcnliv tl."
ban-d Janmry 1H.'7.
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