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Tho Kind You Hiivn Alwi.y nought, uud which han been
lu lino for over l0 yenr, htm borno tho Hitrixutiir.; or"
iinil has Im-cii mailc under his p.r
yVitfST Honal MiiperrlHloii slnco Its) liifancy.
AAS?-eZ4cJUA. kXinrn mt otM to iIim i-Ivo you in thin.
aii Oonntwfttai bntetloai and lulU.uta mm hut i:-
pnrtHMntl thut trlllo with mill i iilanu r the health of
Iiiftuits anil OfcBdreu ExiM-rienec Ufruiiist Kxpvriinciit.
What is CASTOR I A
Castorlu la a substltuto for fu itor Oil, Paregoric, lrop
anil looUiinir Syrups). It U Harmless anil I'leawint. It
eontuliiM neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nun-otic
HllHf IH1 lis ajfi) l ItH friuiruntee. It ilentroys Worms
anil allays 1'everlshiiess. It ures Piurrliuii ami "Vliul
Colle. It relieves Tu.-thliifr Troubles, cures Constipation
ami Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho
Ntomaeh ami Uowels, frivlnu; licalthy anil naturul bleep.
The Chllilrcn'8 Puimceu The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears tho S'gnaturc of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
The Oregonian of Monday took
up thn better part of a column of
editorial space giving advice to and
consoling tint so-called (Sold Dotno
emtio party. Tliouttu liy which
tlal uH'Miunti-d pgfg'B known In
very misleading, rWro fact there in
no such an ori?anuiittan in ex
istence, nor wan it ever entitled to
any coneiijrtttfsyrlt' was orga
nized hy a few' didgruntleii Demo
crats forthe purpose of misleading
Jjhjj vojiug public, and to draw
strongtli troth tho Bryan ticket.
The leaders of the movement
took little pains to disguise
thn fact that it was a McKinlev
adjunct, and before the day of
election arrived were openly fight
ing in the McKinley column. The
vote If conclusive of the truth of
this assertion. In Oregon, where
no little noise was made by prn-
equipments of our fleet were largely
superior to those of the enemy
While Spanish armament looked
formidable on paper it was all but
contemptible when engiged in
It were better that the men wbo
won the battle of Manila Bhould
trust to the generosity of a grateful
country than to appear for reward
through the voice of hired attorneys.
HPKUAL. DELIVERY STAMP?.
Few people know or realize tho
ttenefits that can be had by the use
nf a special delivery postage stamp.
V letter hearinz one of these
stamps, which costs only ten cents,
must be delivered immediately to
he addressee hy the postmaster at
the office of destination, if the ad
dressee can be found within a mile
it the uostoffioe. Such stamps can
tended Talmer adherents, the gold j U(wd on )Jn,p atton and C1U1
ticket received but 1)77 votes, and
in the whole United Ststes 132,007.
The so-called Sold Democrats
caught what dupes they could with
the bait they had to offer, then
iuiotly voted for McKinley.
To $p)j,V4jLlH?'l 2P.n.iin
t j'ni. numbers considered, with the
name of Democracy brands the
man of intellit(encc, who is guilty
of tho offense, an.arrant hypocrite.
The Orogouian places too Intl.
'e made to take the place of mes--onger
Because they are not required
people forget thathare is such a
convenience furnisheii, by the post
offioe department aud as a conse
ijuenoe there are but few ofiRiem
The Salem Independent is the
most pronounced anti-imperialistic
esteem on the intelligence of its paper in the state. The editor says:
readers when it attompts to give
the handfull of men who composed
tho Hold Democratic party auy
ItATTLK Or" MANILA HOUNTIKH.
No one will begrudge the men
who fought and won the naval bat
tle of Manila the largest shares ol
prize money possible. Yet the at
torneys who represent the interests
of the claimants will not gain public
sympathy in exorbitant claims. The
tleet boldly sailed into the bay and
had several diverse forces to con
tend with mines, shore batteries
and the Spafhsh ships jjagfajuid oppressrdrl'.bul rather
all these the war and death dealing of hlurope, and tho friend of lihud
Governor Uooseyelt gives thanks
for the prosperity that has come to
tho nation." Yes, we should be
thankful for thuhait million a day
that it require to take a Kilipino
town one day and abandon it the
next; wit should feel thankful lor
tho trusts that have advanced the
expense of living 50 per cent at
least; we should rejoice because we
have to pay a war tax; that we are
now imperialists; that wo lutve now
deserted the grand and famous old
constitution; that this government
now has both polygamy and slavery
in its dependencies; that we have
the gold standard; that we are no
longer the champion of the "poor
brute lor e an I pMMMton I"'"
pie bo nave struggled l'r more
than 200 ye irs for their freedom
I'M FilipilMM, hull we offer. Up
'hanks to an niitraRed G.d?
Junction City : Milling Company
MAN I'FACTUREHti OK TH E
A late Manila dispatch says the
insurgents are terribly afraid of the
American yell. They mike but
feeble resistance after the lung noti
fication that our troops will soon be
exchanging compliments. The ex
amiuiii boards ot surgeons were
right when they required tbe
possession of a good pair of lungs
of volunteers. However tbe Fili
pinos are not ignorant of the
courage that lies behind the veil;
from that they seek tbe seclusion
of their jungles.
Gov T T (ieer did you or did you
not sign this:
"Salem, Or, Apt il 28, 1893. In
consideration of $1000 to me paid,
the receipt of which I hereby
Acknowledge, I agree, if elected
governor, to appoint H B 1'lummer
suierintendent of the Oregon state
penitentiary for a period of four
T T Geer.
If you did you should resiga and
forever retire to your farm at Mao
leay. Please answer.
uk Hill items.
Kverybody I usy seeding.
Mr Traxh-r made a trip to Eugene
Frank I'owell is working for Bud
The general health of this com
munity is good.
Miss Cynthia Neat is teaching school
on Coyote creek.
Wood h in 1 1 ml- still continues In spite
os the bad weather.
J M Mart1 u was n this vicinity
Friday, making cider.
Voluey Hemenway is doing some
s'eding on his farm at this plaoe.
CW Powell, of Eugeue, has moved
to u place here owned by Mr Neat.
Mr MoKall, of Eugeue, was out to
his rat-ich in this vicinity this week.
Joe Tuunell hri moved outo the
Mortimer farm, which he recently
The Infant ohild of N'rah Christner,
wlio has Ihs-ii sick for some time Is
Our school is progressing very satis
tactorily under the control of Miss
Carrie Martiu, of Eugene.
A Probable Sale of a 15,000
II NTS PER POUND.
Halom Statesman, Nov. II,
Tlu' olllocrs ol the Oregon Hup (rowers' Asso
clallou arc negotiating lor the Mil ot a 15,000
bale lot at II ccuta a pound. If Ihlfl il consum
mated It will be one n( the largest hopsslos ever
made In tho state. Hon. W. II. Ilolmos, ot tbla
oltj, ISOJM Ol tho mi'inbora ol the eiocutlro
boaM ol the aiorlattou.
U li roporu-0 that l.tllonthal llrot. have, In
tho paat low tlaj. 00Ohl HO halca ol Oregon
hopt at 10 cent.
A HOT BKIBHlBB.
ttovei Aiiierieiius Killed ami Fifteen
Sporlal Id the (luard.
Manila, Nov. 14. Ballad, waa
Ntornied by the Amerlcsns tolay, aud
In the ratlitT ilerei content our army
lost seven ' and iHtct'ii wounded.
CKOWUS UOIMU TO Ml'MPTER.
0 0 0 0 0
Tho most popular Hour in the market. Sold by all
"fill, f aMM UfntrJy rui qotcklr, pernanintlf all
uri 'im ' VVi'ul ai. i ufr. I .'.a or llmln IS'r.
a..l l.ullly, Nuutlr Kiula-
loiia, - f an.l ua " ' lla'a cau'tt hf
i.ikI I.i.mmI balUrr. M I II i ; -t-..iii i .1 iumii
atllyrnrrl. iImti-I , i Iil.'ft'ill1 rAS, vr awLM
Mill, vlth rrttUnr n, . rm.- v Vtll. .tV
Mdlr- I fc.Mik.. 1 f li i.-.llni.'ulan an4
iHIH'i- I Ml . .rtli..-. '...' . J . ... '. , . II .rtf J.l
vxaaivut kuviw.i'iiw .'7 UIMiUKUao.N a.iMM.a4iM w.fc.. m
S V Uy Taxed to Accomuiodate Pas-
linkiT City Democrat.
The l oom now on at Buiupter eeins
to he iBBWailag in intennHy rather
than Hliowing any xigtiH of Hlmteiin'tit.
Every outgoing train of the S. V. By.
Is crowded with p'ojile for the moun
Oil Kriday evening 7 people were
crowded into the OabOOM of the log
ea'erday fifteen or twenty of the
DWWM m'tting ofl the O. H. A N. train
from I lie west had Mumpter as their
objoolivo point. Such a rush as is on
is unprecedented In tlil part of Hie
How long the boom will last no one
known. Those who got In esrly ou
real Mat have cleaned up big silvan
ces ou their invetitnients. Property Ik
held st a blub figure and busitiess
tiousen and residences tirlug whatever
rent (lie owners ib-nuted.
Captain Hatch, formerly of the U S
suag tHvat, Mathloma, and who has
been in Alaska for the past year or
more, , a-ned through here last night
from Sau Francisco for Portland to
visit his family. He expaota to vilt
Eugeue la tho near future when we
will boar all about the Nome beach
spitting biuus THE GUARD'S BARGAIN
I U- 't II
CoiikIi u irrcat
deal nml Hplt
my re it:llort
In Da ton.
il live, aaui
elvcit that I
did not tell
me so to my
face, for fear
of making mo
I kept on
ent Korts of
notlilng sccnud to reach my JroiihU-mi il 1
got hold of a bottle of Acker a hiiKlUli
Iti ineily I prayed for health ull lbs BIB
and my prayers were answer. I '
as I U-gaii takinu this celebrated till!
lish expectorant and tonic. Since my re
covery I have told hundreds of MitVrers
from coiik-lis. colds and weak lungs that
Acker's Kiurlish Iteinedy would cure them.
Koine of them WOtt'l try it, and it does
seem to me terrible when anyone deliber
ately refuses to ho cured. Then; ought to
he a law iMiiiiielling consumptives to tako
it. Even il tOST don't care for their own
lives, tbe public's welfare should be consid
ered. Don't you think so Uxt't 1 hope
such a law vvjJI soon Ik- anfofOtd."
' (Signed) Mas. IticiiARtsHMf.
Sold at , V. and II a bottle, throuiihimt the fnlted
StalnandUaada; ami 111 Knulaiid. at U 2.1 .21
ia ad. if r. r.- u"t latiafli-d alter buyUn:. r.-turu ilia
IkiUIs to 7at 'Iruggiat and et yuur uiouvy back.
J nxtlhMUe Ott abuvt gunrnntte.
00KEM Jf CO.. Prvprietori, .Vete lor.
For Sale B- W IL Delano
All Popular Brand;
Of CiKarH for Jsule.
Eugene and Junction-
TRANHFKKH or RRAIjTV, ETC
Items (iatherrd About the Conrt
Real entate mortgage $ 300 00
Real -i 'it" mi irt Kane 1200 00
lt-il estate mortKHKe 35 00
Satisfaction of mortgage i.Di'0 (X
Chattel mortgRire 400 00
Transfer of mortgage 1103 40
Transter of mortgage U81 67
l'artial release of mortgage 00000
Batinfactlon of mortgage 4C0 00
HKAL KSTA'I'K Til A N8 ACTIONS
E nmett Butler to O W aud Clark
Fra.er, lot 8, block 78,' Junction Ci'.y;
Elizabeth Bailey to Oeorgi Kolar,
acres lu t 18 s r 4 w;$200
U 8 to Clark H Decker, hiO acres in
1 16 s r 1 e; patent.
Johanna Wiedetuau to I N Har-
tiauirh, 21,370 square feet in Eugeue;
laaao Oilbert and wife tn A W Boud
1 is acres in tp 17 s r 4 w; $l'30.
lilllla C Hale to James H Howard
8 acres In tp 17 s r 7 w; $75.
Laura A Harris to T W Harris
147.80 acres In tn 17 s r 4 w: $1; quit
James (' Wallace and wlfp to Theo
dore Uoyeaa, 102 aero In tp 18 s r 2 w
O L llnrwood and wife to J W
White, lot l), block 24, Packard's add!
tlon to Eugene; $250.
Lano county to J C Roach, 34x36 feet
lu Eugeue; public square property;
Frank Jordan and wife to Z 8 father,
interest in t lie miuitig claims
"Docia" aud ".State," Bohemia did
Lurch mining claim, Bohemia ills
triot; B Lurch and David Runnel
"Dike" uilniug claim, Bohemia dis
trict; J E Kennedy, locators.
"8. B." mining claim, Bohemia
district; J E Kennedy, locntor.
"Red Jacket" mining chum, Bohe
mia district; August Leinaobe, locator.
I KMKTKRY PLAT 11 LID,
Mason's cemetery Hat of Florence.
HITCHING Posts. The hitching
racks around the court house square
are in a dilapidated condition. Tbe
county ought to place them lu order at
onoe as they are a great convenience
to our farmers.
i urrNJur 'JBhty.TTiTit Emissions anil
v;istia ilJajua. all effects of self-
ntyise, or excess and India
ikmI lMilltler. Bring! tht
xik ir'.ow to pale cheeks anc!
rostorca the tire cf youth.
1Rv m.iil ftlk nor liov ft hntei
tor ,-.fi'0: with written minnni.
tec to ( ure or aefanl tho mouey.
neqita MEDICAL CO.
Clinton Jackson Sts., CHICAGO, ILL.
F.r aal W L DkLa.no. DnajtaL Sana
Where ThTe's Soan
W hatraortcrllriit line nf toilet a..i
at hamaln prion:
llal.am Tulu bn UOawal
ilaiay(uwD hot 'JTiuouU
l;..yal Olycetii r. I.i ' t-wiU
Tlirwwi'O'laai Kirk Ileal. I'rK them
I' o Qioear 0. D OMM OU
It la Our Business
To iiihpiue healih-giiDg pn cnp
Hoai in the right way. D D,l
m as wbicb e bate not I- srnd In a
dsy, but oul) after years of hard
hiM.il), psmaBt or U1' study.
We aje puie drags, compound theui
SOearStslj and ebariieati In D l price
W Hsni'iie S'. '.V.L DsLAXO, t'btuiit
A Friendly Tip...
On ineti'aundernarineiiDi. We haTeau
. lira line (UalitT ol mj wont deeoe
lined, MoeiiueM-n. Alao another grade
with dellcale hlue alrl;, aamepiiee.
Set- our window..
S. II. rKIKNDLY.
STOVES TO BURN....
We Have Got It...
Qcl wUt? Blue Mountain Toilei
Honp and Scouring Soap. Jap Uoai
Poapi Rat Floating Boap. A ta
apooi iib i v ry cuke. Aud other
Hi tp too i unieioui to mention.
J. f. tJKKEN k SON, Grocera.
The iiit elalK.rav line of at.ivea In Ku
liene ure loaad here. Steel ram fa conk
era am! air tiuht hrater; priota from SI up
Alao the celehrated .lewrl ri.nge; the
beat on earth. Our price will interest
nit atom oABSWAvi co.
The Smart Things
In men's prmt costa are found here
Tbe new Engliab Box in biowns,
tana or plsiu black ; tbe whip cord,
Ileiiing tioie, Ktiseya and Meltoua
They aake lbs boy lock tight.
,8IO$20- HAMPTON BROS
We Want Heads...
Of la lie. to wear our rich autumn uilllin-r-y,
which will . inpri..' nil the vry new
. creathma of the faahiou world Ka
kIUIi walking hala and new telt Bailors
galore, aome as cheap as 60 uetiU.
...IHhSt.. Miss K. riALTZMAN
OUR DAILY BREAD
The beautiful, the good; age, youth,
and bahylood. faithfully reproduced
l'V the CameriatH art.
JUST AS THE
Sun Went Down
It began to rain. Tbsn yon all want
atorm costs. We bats any kindyoo
want, from one dollar to ten.
P. FRANK S: HONS
Of Cole's Air Tight Stovea tor thia
aramiu nearly all Bold. Fourth will be
here eoon. We exchange for aecond
N iuih und Osk SU.
8. L. LONG
The Restless Feet....
of achool children mint have a good
uuality of shoes. We have them
waterproof, wan.inttd genuine. Tbe
ideiil hrhool Hlioe. Ihe Hasoriuieiii
is largr aud stock choice
Iaalway. light, frsah ami II full of heallb
lul Donrialiinent. Baked from choice
Hour, in a aaniUry bakery, hy expert
luker.- All kimla of brand ami fancy
baking is our spreialty.
O- C. i ioi i u, Willam-tte .SU
THE HOUSE FURNISHE Ft.
For bedroom eels ol all kinds from ll.'.U) up.
The Rich can
Ride in Chaises
q-' the farmer can ride his drag
barrows by uaii g tbe new improved
riding atiacbnieut. They are cheap.
Cod e and see them. The celebrated
Weber farm walions.
frodoce merchant iae.
Ninth and Oak St-. C. O. McMAKIN
Yon Bill a. . I
'"'J are UiUrn.1,,.. '
nieruimng, p, t7,
I A num..
u. . uvLMlje
aaail no partni
Kvan i . ,""
, ... llfjf,..
ng sre eorratw
Fine Wood Fu
For alone offleM. u..
to order ouS"?
Fool ol Halt
Under tho jUn
Is bought andaolia,
Soma i'i i'i.i i...... t
and housebokj hnil
jour weuu,o, p
WE ARE ENGAG3
ua tne uood
Of putting down A..k 1
brauds. Come and ktb
Tbe Old Sovir.igii v.". .',1
ry it. It pleases. Vital
,. I I.-,.,. TIIDn-S
s.. , ........ I l n I
' "iu- , Derger
Choice pat'irn headwear
' aeason's leading novelties.
hats and sailors.
MISS EBTELLA LFAi.NED
In foreign or domestic granite or marble
made In any myleor slse.at reasonable
price.. I'alronlie borne Industry. Prices
moderate. Superior workmanship.
M9et Me on Meat!
And I Wttmmm vilki
cooniry aferdt Hp
hlgil grade, sodil bring j
win aaM yea rigit Try ail
PbonalO toipionpt asntce.
Don't w- afartin,
F. K. DUNN. woiasaauaswfc
KL'GKNK GKANITK A
Digests what you eat.
artificially digests the food and aids
8tructin(fthe exhausted digestive or i
Mna lafKlntAiit riic...,r Ui...a I
ax i . r. a v 1 ix. laic-n i p tj( Cll UIIV
antansl tonic. No other preparation
can aparoacli It In efficiency. It lt
stantl5 relieves and permanently cures
Dyspoaala, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea.
Sick Head ache,Gastralgia.Cramp,and
II other results of i mperfect d loeatiOaV
Prepared by E C. Oj Witt a Co.. Chicago.
VINCENT 4 CO . Corner flrug Store.
We Want Everyone
In town to try our new method of
lighting cheaper than oil, better
than electricity. No wicks to trim,
no odor, safe and economical. Tbe
one-light pendant, $8. Try il and
you'll want another.
WINTER PHOTO CO
The 1 1 r -. t-1 line ot good cheap blankets
in town. Our 50 cent grade will aurprise
you. Orays or white. Of course we nave
got the better grade also.
Are being laid for every bargain ban
'. ter in town, for we are closing out a
layja. atock of dry goods, clothing,
rjel' . tiojrare and groceries.
Don't Wa.thWrpor'tyji?" ,0 safe
Ninth and Oak? Pin. RHINEDABT'S
liy people here at home who hare used
Yerington's I'oison Oak Remedy. It is a
positive cure for oak luiisoning, itch ec
zema, ringworms tetter. 35 cents.
Uth Street Drug Store.
The neatest thing v. r introduced
An excellent substitute for face
powder and abiolmely harmless.
75 oent Lotties for 50 cents. One.
third off on all toilet articles,
TnE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE.
II. O. Miller.
We Don't Sell
Oold Dollars for ninety cents, but we
promise to gie y u tbe beat quality
of choice groceries at the lowest mar
ket prices, and good meaanre, which
is often an inducement.
J. L PAGE,
WilWnietio 8t. Orocer
llrand new; metallic wheels; rublier tiree
eanopy top; liau.liouiely uiholntem1; all
modern c imforta for the babies 1'apa
will be the motive power. Prices f7.00
t. .sj.i.im i. l.uns, Ammunitien, Iticych
Cutlery, Oeneral repairing.
Its Rag Time
From now on in the prices of clothing,
funii.hing And dry goods; 1st I'm dialog
lit; the best bargains in town are found
A. V. PETERS.
The Monarch of Excellency
a the endorsement givm I allsm e
of the SU' e Senator. Try a box. Ths
Queen of Hearts is the heat nickel smoke
in the state. All the leading hranila of
aooaopoai '. c. ro iTS
A Royal English
Semi re'alii liiaosr i
pieces, vary chelo. qos
some iimim. Si;.'V ii,i,i,
trhrn China; bargain pricl
GEO. T. II A j
or sousre exUukc tab
tered oak. tUOO gp.
fortable chain to al
Fancy aula pilkmpan,!
Richard (Ml M
Janice Mertaitk, Fun L
BETTER THAN DOGTOK'IU
Tn Kkva nsaw hoBM I
with sanitary phmbiaj
money and misery,
nets. Try us.
Our assortment of Perfumes fo
Xmas trade. Come early and make
COBNER DRUG STORE
Foolivcar (oa men of moat any price and
iiuiillt) to please tho wearer. Varied
styles at reasonable prices.
The Shoe Man.
If You Are Off
It may be the fault of your watch. Many
a good mn goca wrong on this account
N e are expert in watch repairing and
charge the same as the other fellow.
J. a LUCK BY,
It does the rest. The new adjustable
sell opening umbrella. One ot the
ueatist things of the season. All
-tlis and qualities of handles and
F. E. DUNN.
Fop That Hungry FA
Try om of our TahU
cents. A mealtkW"!
day dinners a ipdltr."
w. o. .kioi.er, PMa
Renalrlns. Hundrles, rtc.
Run Into Each i
... .J ,' ..It 1
n nenrea.il. i-
uii luy J U
Lest you forget,
We say it yet
That lou In 1'ulToralty Addition, right
'under the ilrippinsjiof the ssuctuary,' as
. .ii ' i, i '' i prueriY.
$60 to $125-EaayTerma-
Fu(ene Real Estate &
luv. atmeiit Company.
ii pattern and novelty head dieu for
T il . T.he rl!'lr up-u-.'ate and
elaborate line ol Enillah walkinirhU
and aallon. Prices to please every body
Mode..e Milliner MISSES WALTON,
Thlntrs Vod Need To Has'
A Piano Or Organs ''ja
acres ol floor .pscc, as
and operating siptaatm
hlAsaft nlait T ll"'r
l. ..n.,. ih. mit.iTVlli''. ' ..I
yeara pi practical ;'lfjgl
iiosslble coat, and e"w(Lll!l
hirnlsh buvers the most""'"
Shop-warn and second-hand Bicycles T(l8 Hunter's Lunch
AtlT.Pi'. IM0, IILW, IU.00, 114.00.
Kare Usrgatus; can't be beat at the
price. We are selling lota ot guns and
BARKER BUM WORKS
M'de porcelain, handsomely deco-
r.t..l in ilf.l f.Atiih.ln fl. I J a
----- -r ij . "ur nuuurea j
(iinnnuuN ar. lur am. r 1 1 1 -two
piece set for T 50. Choios firm
prod ace and live poultry.
A. K. WOOD, Grocer
You will find everything you want fo
hunt lunch here.
Whole Wheat ahreaded hlaculta r cents
'ladeola brand salmon, -X) cents.
Original Deviled Ham, l.Seeuta.
Choic Eastern Oysters, ah rents,
l.unrh Ixibsleri, M ccuts.
rdiuc, pickles and the like.
street. gray A SON
rwrinass a aanriaal growth.
f.T.r rails to Bsstcn Ormj
Ualr to Its Touthrul Color.
. a ii ii". " m ua. r i..
Si- .ii.l.l VHM lHiqlM.
t . ITrar
Sawmill and Mmjnj'
a a sam. . - r H
Stora Fron !
Raatings made to order.
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