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N i l i being »Hlled
A. B. WOOD, Manager
■ f t and Effectual Cure fur
h e haw a had cold you want
Rikat will nut only give rwliaf,
pa i prompt ai-d permanent
tMawdy that la pleasant to
laawdy that contains nothing
a Chamberlain's Cough Kcaic-
b til (bear req u ire m e n t« . It
■tun'i plan, rallavea tbe lung.
IMortiiun, opens tha awerr-
M ft*tor-« tha ayalem to a
1 «oadilion. Thla remedy haa a
*M« sale and use, and can
Wfcpsndcd upon. Sold by all
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alker, Ore., April 2,1*
G. 0 . Walker,
ear Sir: I am pl**J
I us«*d your patent !*■
ermintttor Itust y*r,<
id it the quickest, CW
and moat complete tn*
other insects if®»"
len I hav** i*ver seen
without injury to tn*
O s c a r J ack # *
N e g le c te d ,
S eriou » I l i n e s *
alien, if neglected, leads
d innumerable com plica
tin g the general health,
Many cases of
"I **•» afflict»*
• ^ 3 5 5 3 3 w,,h '-.mstlpatloa
lfu» „ „
an* blllousasaa tor
to_J“ ,,»*s h«canie so be* I
«aeons-ioua. | hava besa
i 7 ® o « saain to ba able to
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ttt« remedy that
Los Angelas Opsns Municipal Markets
I «os Angslws. Fifteen thousand per
sons visited the opening of the three
municipal markets. They bought 4v-
«rythlng In sight and would have
bought five or ten times as much more
produce had It been offered.
York's history. Incidentally they ap^
piled tbe "You don't*count" treatment
th mere man In re*l trapped form.
Just before the parade started at 3
o'clock thla order waa Issued:
"Now." the marcher« were told, "fo r
get for a couple of hours that such a
creature as man ever existed. He don t
matter today. Keep your eyes to the
front and shoulders erect and don t
even nod to your mother.'' The march
ers obeyed Instructions.
This order was given, the leaders
said, to Impress spectators with the
m a rc h ers' determination.
Twenty four handsome girls on
horseback, headed by Miss Inez Mil-
Holland, headed the marchers. They
kept the Step to the music of 36 bands
Behind the horsewomen followed the
member* of the National American
W om an's Suffrage association, repre
sentatives from suffrage state, and
from the territory of Alaska, the w o
men's Political union. General
aalle Jones' "Army of the Hudson
and numerous other women's organl
CHARTER WINS IN PORTLAND
. , - k . Vats I. Caat. ».000 of 73.000
P«°ple are sufferers
snaiiki^ constipation and
»**'• condition, yet
until serious ill-
The advice of
in4 *..**' k*cp your bowela
Hit. A *°«d advice.
T »II a,
L y fm rxta, at as cents a
*h li f is do»«*
*t *c'ory, your monty ia
Uaornm«nto.- Tba California soil
allan land holding act. which passed
both housai, of ths leglalalure within
U hours attar brlaglng about one of
tha tuoat unusual situations In the his
tory of Ilia nation, will ||B „ „ Uovernor
Johnson's desk without his signature
until MsoiwUry of Mtaie Jiryan can con
far with I'raaldent Wllaon In Washing
effort to dissuade the California leg
Islature from enacting an alien land
hill utfacilug the Japanese, Hecretary
of Hint« liryun declared that he looked
to the people of the state to express
Tint four repreaentati««* of the Kua-
alan colony that la looking for a loca
tion in Oregon returned from Hoaeburg
Saturday morning'and apent the entire
day in again looking over the country
aurrounding Kugene. They are better
pb-aaed with the upper Willamette val-
ley than with any other aection they
have aeen, and if they can find a large
enough tract o f land at a auitabie price
they will locate here. The interpreter
for the party told William Porter that
they were better pleased with Eugene
than with any other place they have
aeen, and will adviae the colony to
The men Have been all over Waahing-
ton and Oregon making careful exami
nations o f soils and living conditions.
They have been the gueats o f commer
^ by A in«ir 1« ’Mfi i'r * * « Aaaocifotloo.
cial clubs, railioad officials and promo
Victor Murdock, K a n in Represents- tion organizations wherever they have
tlve, who Is leader of the Progressives been, and have been shown every cour
tesy, and have been given every possi
ble chance for investigatian.
Th, Dalle, Officials Are Made Defend
ants In Saloon Cases
Th« I'illicit. O r—Methodist, United
churches here are plaintiffs In pro
ceedings. Instituted tn circuit court,
against Muyor Kish and the city offi
cials, the object of legal action being
to prevent the city from Issuing saloon
IP euaes In the future, It being alleged
that the council haa no legal right to
Issue penults on account of a charter
omission which was made when the
state leglalature reenacted a section
of the local charter In 1906.
to motion of attorneys
JAPANESE COMMEND WILSON for In the response
plaintiffs, Judge Bradshaw set
Laadafo In Tokla Advla, Paople to May 1M for hearing on the application
Praacrva Calm Attltuds.
for a temporary Injunction, which
Toklo —Th# Japanese preaa express would enjoin the council from Issuing
e<1 a general appreciation of the ef saloon licenses.
forts of President Wilson In behalf
The legal action will not affect the
of a land bill In California that would Ibjuor permits which are now in ef
nut he objectionable to the Japanese fect They expire June 30.
!,es<1era of public opinion tn Japan
are advising that an attitude of calm-
Hindu Is Eligible as Citizen.
nraa be maintained In the present sit
Spokane.—An Interesting sidelight
uation rturb men as Baron Khlbusaws on the antl-allen land legislation In
and I'haliman Naktfno. of tba Toklo California came here when Akhay
Chamber of commerce, publicly aaaert Kumar Mozundar, a philosopher and
confidence that the American govern native of Calcutta, India, attained the
SMS» II» « • • » ■ !« • u e ly U t n * ment and paople alike are opposed to distinction of being the first Hindu
... Him im * leave* | — discriminatory measures of legislation.
ever to become an American citizen.
Bf • fflr r * « I 1 i r d a f t
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They declare that every effort now Although courts heretofore have held
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I M l hi IU aldtkMi »I u r te Ih r t e |» must be made to discover and eradi Hindus Ineligible to citizenship. Unit
iteg li «i t!*k ul u e u f t
»6Atf * « lle t e t t l e a l u l U t i « «*• cate the root of antagonism to the ed States District Judge Prank H.
la ri* ; i w l P ft'iujr lut » » * • « «
Japanese In California, that amicable Budkin grunted the application of the
Itat he teatri*r«| « I Ih r O fo % K
Hindu for naturalization papers.
relations may he restored.
M t li» m , T t i l i w r r f o t « » r t l iH |
ri— " »-»••, « it |(
bul II .. a n . * * «
It <>U*hl todsap* '
rarh other. to awakan , ^
«"d fo malt* ut a * 7 ?
>oa people. T h e vtfy , *
(Continued from fimi p«4*
Johnson Will Withhold Sigi
ture Until Bryan Confers
CHURCHES BRING SUIT
*• a* many .JifTerwnt p j ! ? !
U fln a „r„:| , l« U r « * j7 '
I* t I m for th,
ul look at II fnae tkaetpi,
k down tka valley« aa ad B
II waa aakl of old. **A|I n *
Home. ao wr ran aay, “Ud
I u* C o lta i« Grove.” |^g ,
I<*t ua give of our tin#ada
mild up a common lauimw
(non cantor. Than aa u
• l o k a mcraaaln|ly anaidJ
l common Intoraat In aaa j
Tara, SalhahnrM ahal! pwJ
uiam and our hapfUam m
a a common fund.
Ihla anlarpn«« which««
I la to bo carriad to aaaaj
y oarh onr awakening t a il
al duty, (onvinrad, a
•I ar« o f Ita auprrmafoM
'ughl In crowd in l.rr» t i l
'Ilona. I'»»» niurh barddtl
i a faw if rarh aulwarihdfl
•d individually. In txatfo
d hava liaen aaaiar 1« tawJ
amount In larger «utanal
wmjbi It havr barn aa erlH
rrned* I think not. f a ll
many, aarh doing hia racMI
ally, aach man who * 4
y moat can fired* to UktM
o f three aharra. It maMl
fin« a gix.i iral for MapJ
ra it to buy arr.l to plant oar«
1« not on that account M M
intad, or rx|wct ai m« umu I
for ua. Kay not, oihan M
wa don't. ” Very likal» t»dj
I own it too and to that I t
T. W. L*aL0M
Conditions In Upper WillumetteiVal
ley More Favorable Than in
Any Other Place Viaited.
"» »Ke stomach may ba
Wl* use of Chamberlain’ «
v*cy rcmarkabl* eures
•efed hy theae tablets.
New York.—The Friedmann patients
In New York are not doing well. In
fact, some of them are decidedly 111.
This fact, combined with a knowledge
of the nature of the Bale Friedmann
haa recently accomplished, haa made
all physlctana connected with the
Friedmann teals anxious not only for
their own patients hut for the welfare
of the public In general.
Before the week la out It la most
probable that three, and perhapa four,
public statements will he made from
public Institutions, none of which will
be fnvorable to I)r. Friedmann or his
Thla Information haa been placed In
the hand« of the New York health de-
parement. telling of the poor showing
which the Friedmann patlenta. all of
whom have been watched for the de
partment. have made.
The statements made are strong.
One of them Is supposed to be that
some of the cases treated would have
been better off If they had not had
the Friedmann Injection and that the
p re se n c e of th# culture in their sys
tems seems to have given the bacilli
a chance to work In places which they
mlatit not otherwise have attacked.
Irish Lassla Fought as Man
Quincy. III.—How an Irish lassie,
disguised as a man, enlisted In the
Union army, fought bravely under
Genernl Grant, and la te r apent nearly
a year In the sta te Soldiers' and Sail
ors Home at Quincy without her sex
being detected, was revealed by Col
onel J. O. Anderson, superintendent of
the home, w'hen she was committed
to the Insane asylum at Jacksonville.
W heat—flu b , 87c; bluestem. 98
d Kuaslan. 16c.
Hay— Timothy, $16; alfalfa, $12.
Butter —Creamery, 28c.
gggg—( ’ andlfid, 21c.
Hops-1912 crop. 14c.
Wool—Eastern Oregon. l« c . w
melte valley. 18c.
is the greatest o f m odem
time helps to perfect cake
and biscuit m aking. M akes
home baking pleasant and
profitable. It renders the
food more digestible and
gu aran tees it sa fe fro m
alum and all adulterants.
Mrs. W. F. Oaburn, who haa seen t The place of meeting o f the Oregon The dates are June 15-16. Koseburg’a
the Saskatchewan colony that theae State Bankers’ Association has been new hotel will not be finished in time,
men represent, says that they are changed from Koaeburg to Corvallis. making the change advisable.
trained agriculturalist«, sober and in
dustrious workers, and will prove a
splendid asset tu the community in
which they settle. They are dissatis
fied with Canada because of the long
cold winters, and are seeking a milder
climate. They are vegetarians, and
fruit comprises a large part o f their
diet. They are anxious, therefore, to
locate in a place where fruit grows in
Real Estate Transfers.
Walter S. Hidden et ux to Jennie I.
Hidden—undivided i interest in tract
sec. 14, tp. 21 SK 3 W, also undivided
i interest in NEf o f NEf sec. 22, tp.
21 SR 3 W, $10.
L. P. Hanson et ux to C. Jensen et
ux 20 acres in section 21 township 17
SK 4 W. $10.
G. A. Mosby et ux to A. B. Wood,
two-thirds acre in section 33 township
20 SR 3 W, $10
Eliza Atkinson et vir to John H. A t
kinson, tract in section 33 township 20
SR 3 W. $1200.
Lizzie Saltzman to Fronia Cox, tract
township 20 SR 3 W. $.'»00.
J. L. Plaster et ux to Archie V.
Thompson, lot 4 block 1 L>. G. McFar
land’ s third addition to Cottage Grove,
W. R. Cooper et al to Charles W
Wallace and Roy E. Short, two acres
in section 27 township 20 SR 3.W, 1500.
Eva C. Wheeler et vir to Esther C.
Silsby lot 4 and E} of lot 3 block 1, J.
E. Young’s addition to Cottage Grove,
$ 10 .
B. C. Cooper et ux to John Bader, 18
feet of west aide of lot 3 block 1
William Shields addition tn Cottage
B. F. Harding to Angie Thomas, lot
3 and south half o f lot 4 block 2 Sagi
A. E. Noland et ux to R. C. Loucks,
tract in township 20 SR 3 W, $10.
John F. Spray et ux to Francis Mc
Laughlin, lot 53 Cedar park, $1000.
Hen Mothers Five Little Kittens.
W. P. McGrew, who lives on the
river road haa a White Plymouth Rock
hen which has taken an unusual in
terest in a litter of motherless kittens,
five in number and takea as good care
of them in the mat»«r of protecting
them from enemies as their own mother
could do. There are five of the kittens
and the affection is reciprocated by the
Everything you can mention is in
Cottage Grove People Should Not
Wait Until It la Too Late.
The appalling death rate from kidney
disease ia due in most cases to tha fact
that the little kidney troubles are
usually neglected until they become
serious. The alight symptoms o ften
give place to chronic disorders and the
auffarer may slip gradually into some
serious form o f kidney complaint.
If you suffer from backache, head
aches, dizzy spells; if the kidney se
cretions are irregular o f passage and
unnatural in appearance, do not delay.
Help the kindevs at once.
Doan's Kidney Pills are especially
for kidney disorders—they act where
others fail. Over one hundred thousand
people have reesnimended them. Here
is one of many caaes in this vicin ity:
Mrs, F. Wood, 558 West Eighth St.,
Eugene, Ore., saya: “ I endorse Doan’s
Kidney Pills again with pleasure for
they did great good in our family.
For myself, I can say that they have
given me a lasting cure from kidney
trouble. I have had no need o f a kid
ney remedy for a long time. 1 give
Doan's Kidney Pills full credit.”
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for tbe United
Remember the name- Doan’«—and
taka no other.
HISTORY OF THE WORLD T W 0-IN -0N E PUZZLE.
Add and subtract according to pictures, etc., and you will then be able to
And the name of the first congress that met In Philadelphia Sept 6. 1774, to
which all the colonies except Georgia sent delegates After you have done thla
find the picture of one of the congressmen
Answer to last puzzle: Salem Picture face In front of emu.
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Glad to smoke this pure old Virginia and
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Tucks quickly in the pipe rolls
easily into a cigarette.
W it h each sack a book o f cigarette papers
A n d smokers are glad to get the free pres
ent coupons enclosed in each 5 c sack. These
coupons are good for a great variety o f pleasing
articles — cameras, talking machines, balls,
skates, safety razors, china, furniture, toilet
M any things that will delight
old or young.
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