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Toilet Articles and
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i prices eun not he beaten 4
PIT A I? M ACY. I
City ami Farm Property.
Sliaiiafcll for Photos.
Family umupH mill Inillvliluul
Itlver street. I'ottiiKO orovc.
u HI IiirIi'm (it) 'f'i.Z'i per m
ItoiiK'li IiiiiiIkt nud
dliniiiiHt.il (fl, I'M
All klmlH of Kiln Dried
luiiilicr ut proportionately
At mill, priced, until April
liOnj k Illndiim Lumber Co.
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Honr & Feed Store
Hard and Soft Wheat
Junction City Iflour
Chop Keod, Ornlinm I'lottr,
OntH, Ilrn.ii nnd Sliorta.
J. K. UKOWN,
Went Side. Cottugu, (Jrovo
ortnrtnrtrtrtnrBTro'Tnnf - a vmrsvs o
Eugene Planing Mill
Sisli, Doors, Mouldings, Rustic and
Genual Mill Work.
Turning nnd Stulr building n Bpecl
1 nUy. All order will receive prompt
attention. HntlHluctlon gimrantccd.
Ultimate. Cheerfully Furnished.
AddrcHHt 111 l.nwretico St,
At n year
No Inventor enn iiffoiil to bo
Journal for Investors
Ally nun "I It" K'turo ii ulnni) worth
lliu prlio l iiiburltloii.
HwllWie youJhuuitrciU ol ilolUrn
Hi clicrtctor ha never ocoii Impugned.
JOURNAL TOR INVESTORS CO.
Itiiom (I, Chmnber ol Omninorco, Hoton.
AililrB" letters tu 1'. 0. llox SM7.
Staple and Fancy Goceries
At Prices that are right, jive
(lack I'rom the bit.
Tom Jcnklim, of tho firm of
"Tom, Dick and IUrry" painters
iinil decorators, 'returned from n
mouth's trip to the Unst Monday,
lie went ns n delegate to the Su
preme Lodge of Modern Hrothcr
hood and was elected supreme con
ductor of the order. He spent
ci;ht days at the St Louis Jvxpo
sltion, which he states were won
derful days to him,
Mr. Jenkins enlertaiued a num
ber of friends Monday evening hy
giving a vivid description of some
01 the things he witnessed. The
electrical display wan grand, but
said he, to see the representation of
the iloer war is simply a sight
never to he forgotten nnd is beyond
the possibility of description and
must be seen to be appreciated.
Tom said ho had a pleasant trip
throughout, but was glad to be
Missed Ills Train.
A mass meeting was called and
well advertised for Saturday night
at the Opera House to listen to the
soldier statesman, Col. John So-
bieski of California, talk upon theJ
tciiicraucc question and show why
the liquor traffic should be sup
pressed in Oregon.
It was learned at a late hour
that the gentleman bad missed his
train and could not keep bis ap
pointment. It was decided how
ever to hold the meeting and de
pend upon local speakers.
Owing to the rain and the re
port that the speaker would not be
present there was a small attend
ance. Rev. Morss took charge of the
meeting, and tinging led by Mr.
Ishiini, prayer by John Currin,
opened the exercises. Revs.
Moore, Hilliugtoii and Morss made
short addresses and the Morris
quurtvtt sang several selections.
Will Hold a Reception
Following closely upon the ar
rival of the Rev. Moore and family
in the cily some weeks ago, a
reception was arranged for at the
Woodman Hall at which not only
the members of the M. church
but those of other churches and the
citizens generally wer in attend
ance, shortly prior to the reception
.Mrs. Moore became ill and was un
able to be present. In order that
an opportunity may be afforded
those who have not met the laday
to do so. A reception in her honor
will be held at the residence on
Mrs. J. I. Jonts Wednesday
".Siuiii.r Jim" wear Ir. Lowe's
Htipcrlnr clnnmd, There remirkmre
hacked by "Fore."
FROM SOl'TH AKRIfA.
New Wny of I'rlnR Chniuberlnln'r
.Mr. Arthur Chapmnn writing from
Durban, Nntiil, South Afrlcn, says:
"An ii proof tbnt Chnmberlaln1
Couuh Remedy l iv cure suitable or
old and youns. I pen you the follow.
Iuk: A neighbor of mine had a child
JiiNt over two months old. It had a
very bnd cough and the parents did
not know whnt to give It. I sug
gested tlmt If they would get a bot
tlo of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Hnd put some upon the dummy tat
the baby wad sucking It would no
doubt,cnre tho child. This they did
nnd brought nbout a quick relief and
cured the bnby." This remedy li
for enlo by New Era Drug Stor.
Tho Influence of climatic conditions
in tho euro of consumption is very much
overdrawn. Tho poor patient, and the
rich patient, too, can do much better at
homo by proper attention to food diges
tion, and a regular uie of German
Byrup. Free expectoration in the
morning Is made certain by German
Syrup, so is a good night's ruit and the
absoiico of that weakening couch and
dobllltatlnz night sweats. Keetlen
nights and the exhaustion due to
coughing, the greatest danger and dread
of tho consumptive can be prevented or.
stopped by taking German Byrup liber
ally nnd regularly. Should you be able
to go to a warmer clime, you will find
Unit of the thousands of consumptives
there, tho few who are benefitted and
regain strength are those who nee Ger
mnn Syrup. Trial bottles, 27ej regular
elie,76c. At all druggists. Garman
3000 men Wanted.
To buy Kennedy's Cbnlu Light-
film I .Itilmon
nil puluH iuk! Inflnmatlon. Price
50 cents, nil druggist, or by mnll
upon receipt of price, write F l Ken
nedy, Saginaw, Oregon, for list of
testimonies, satismction gunrnn
Main No. Mi.
full line of
ns u trial and he convinced,
I IIIMIIIIII II Ill II
HA MP NIRWk 1 0M,acrcsi ,n n,KI a""111 3
illJill IiIvtVu Collage Grove and vicinity.
Dr. Lowe, Ociilo-optlcliui, Eugeno
Over IliOnow novels uttliu Euglo
HiuiilHoiiily painted vuhch ut
For (IiimoIIiio t-rtll ;it tho .Modern
Ilavoyoti neon tliosu licatlllfill ' dla
nioudn ut .MuiIIkoii'h.
Fresh crawfish In wine ut tho Ex-
A line iiNHort incut of ;8ouvenlr
HpouiiM at .MmiIhoiin.
Knn I'runelHuo Siiniliiy Exumlner
at the Engln Hook Htore.
Lowiie.vs ehocolute nnd Ron lloim
nt the .Modern I'linrinacy.
.MndM'ii linn xomo Npleiidld Iiunil
painted chlnri Joweler.v ciikoh.
Iloyd. the photngriiplier. will lonvc
In nbout n week to ten (Iuvm.
Coining ii Inrge nMMortini'nt of tnt-
loncry to tho Modern I'lnmiiiicy.
To envn tltne try tho Exeliiiugi
lunch roiiniH for iiik'k wrvleu.
"The bcHt line of Ktullonery 111 the
city, at tho .Modern 1'linrinney."
Dr. Lowe doe not ttvll nil the good
glnswH, but nil IiIm gliiHwHiiro good.
Oood Iioiihc to rent on Ith Htiwt.
Inrjnlro of L. W. linker nr .Medlev
"In the IIowcIh of tho Earth," u
tnlo by O. V. Eviiiih nt tho Englo
"We Imvc luirgulnH In pleturen
thul would KtirprlKo you ut tho
School children wo hlivo Just
what you waul In tublolM ut tho
I'lie Euglo b'Hik Mtfiro Iiiih on nnlo
CIiiih. W. Evnim Htory. "In Th"
II o well of tho Eurtli."
At the 1,'nnlo (look htore latent
novclx, Ktutloncry, school bookH, clr-
ciilutltiK library, ninguzliu'H olc.
.fiist the thing for xehool wear nro
tho hoyKHhocH ut .1. It. DuvldHouV
Look ut them In tho window.
At tho Eagle Hook Stoni latest
novels, Htutlnncry, school booku, cir
culating library, iiiiigazlneH etc.
The time tu huvo your eyes tested
for glasses November 7th utid Stlt
by Dr. Lowe. Me leaves ut noon.
Don't forget to tako your meals ut
the Exchange restaurant. Every
hlng the hint tin; ni'irkoteiiu h upplv
Have Dr. Lowe euro your head
nnd eye ncho by removing tho causo
with a pair of his HUerlor glnst-os.
It troubled with a weak;; In
digestion try Chamberlain's Stomaek
and Liver Tablets. They will do you
good. For sitlo by Kuw Era Drug
Next Monday and to noon Tues
day, Norembcr tho 7th and Stlt, Dr.
Lowe Eugene's well known oculo-
optlclnn will be In Cottage Orovo at
Hotel Grahnm. Have lilm test your
J. S. Hamilton, who has been nt
Lelaud for the past few mouths re
turned to the city Tuesday.
On last Saturday night the city
council let a contract for the lateral
sewer to H. C.IIart for the sum" ot
$1650. Mummcy llros' bid was
Tuesday morning the signs dis
played in the wrong places, the
missing gates and other changes to
be seen, gave evidence that Hal-
low'eeri night had just past.
Bert Hart has recovered from an
injury to his foot received some
weeks ago while at work at the
Warehouse up Row river and Ojt
Saturday returned to his work.
Mr. J. B. Lewis, is now occupy
ing his new store next to the
Veatch Furniture Store on Main
street. He has already received a
choice stock of groceries and will
be pleased to have his old patrons
as well as new comers call at the
new store aud inspect the stock.
Q, L. Orpurd is having a rest
after continuous service to ami from
Bohemia for two years and five
months. During the winter when
the snow fell deep, he would go as
far as possible with horses aud then
taking the mail on his hack, has
snow-shoed over the mountain to
the Bohemia post office.
Last Wednesdny a party con
sisting of Harry Hart, Edgar Wil
son, Bob Veatch, W. H. Lincoln,
James Hart, Tom Pnrkcr, James
Osment, Bert Hart, and Ohvor Hart
went tq Eugeno to assist in the
initiating of thirty four condidates
into the Encampment I. O. O. F.
At mttbight a banquet was par
taken of after which the 3rd degree
was given them. The boys report
a warm reception and n good
Alust Be Stopped.
A number of boys of the city are
in the habit of jumping on and off
tho freight cars around the depot
while in motion. Measures should
be taken to stop tkem ot once,
. . , . . , . t
During the past few weeks Win
Kelly aud A. L. Woodard have
been doing good work on the con
tinuation of 4th St. south to the
Beginning just south of the
railroad crossing Mr Kcllcy has, to
quite a distance, built the road up
iu the center nnd then covered
with gravel taken from the river
bank. Mr. Woodard has worked
from the river toward the city in
the same manner. The road bed
is not yet completed but witli
another covering of gravel will
make n solid and substantial road.
For the amount of funds at their
command they have done well.
The S. P. Railroad Co. will soon
grade up 011 each side of the track
crossing 4th St.
The city should at its earliest
convenience grade and gravel from
Main on 4th so as to connect with
this new work.
At the proper time a bridge will
be iu order across the Coast Fork
and then there will bs one of the
best drives in this locality as 4II1
is tlie only Street parallel to it
which extends south beyond the
A Chicken Dinner.
The young ladies of the High
School have organized a basket ball
team and on Monday evening in
order to raise funds to purchase the
necessary equipment for playing,
gave at the Opera House n chicken
dinner from five to seven o'clock,
followed by a social the rest of the
evening. J lie tables prepared by
the young misses were tastefully
decorated and the dinner furnished
and the service was excellent.
During the evening many of
their friends visited them and a
geucral good time was enjoyed un
til a late hour. From both a finan
cial and social stand point the af
fair was a success.
Preparing for Concert.
In about two wocks tho Cottago
Grovo Band will jjivo n band con
art. Tho boys have added several
attractive, elections to their list of
inusio and tho bost rendition will
bo given thoir now pieces. All
should bo willing to assist tho band
in getting now music und gaining
Electric Lights in Church
Chandeliers are being placed in
the M. E. church by Manager
Thompson of the Cottage Grove
Electric Co. This improvement
will be greatly appreciated by the
congregation and by the new pastor
who is making many friends by his
pleasing manner and address.
Tho ladies of tho Y. W. C. T. U.
will sorvo on olectiou day, Novem
ber 8th, nn old-fashioned Now
England dinuor and will bo pro
pared to feed all who coino.
State to Bohemia.
I (btilro to announce that I have
purchased tho stngo lino from Wild
wood to Bohemia nud will continue
tho carrying of passengers nnd ex
prcsH as horetofore.
HiniT J. Wii.i.Aitn.
Positively Last Week.
This Is your last week for pictures.
Boyd loaves Saturday.
CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REM
EDY IS VLEASANT TO TAKE
Tho finest nunllty of crunulnted
loaf sugar Is used lntho manufacture
of Clmmlicrluln'H Cough Remedy, and
tho roots used in Its preparation,
glvo It a flavor similar to maple
syrup, making It quite pleasant to
t a k 0 . m r. w. ,. it 11 0 r 1 c k,
of I'oolesTlllo, Mil., In speaking of
this remedy, Bays: "I havo used
Chamberlain's Cougli remedy with
my nnuureu lor several yenrsaml can
truthfully sny It Is tho best prepn
ration of tho kind I know of. Tho
children like to tako it nnd It has no
Injurious after effect. For enlo by
Now Era Drug Store.
Rheumatism, lumbago und sciatic
pains yield to tho penetrating In
iluenco of ltallnrd's Snow Liniment.
It ponotrates to the uervos nud bono
and being absorbed Into tho blood,
its healing properties aro conveyed to
overy part of the body, and effect
simio wonderful cures. 23, SOc, $1.00
Now" Era Drug Co.
BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH.
Honrv I). Baldwin, Hunt. City
Water Works, Shullsburg, Wis,,
writs: "I have tried sovernl kinds of
lluoiurut, but I havo never reeolvod
much benefit until I used Ballard's
Hnow Ltulmont. for ihouiuatUm nnd
pntus, I think It tho host liniment on
earth." alio, G0e, 91,00 Sold by Now
Era Drug Co,
A MATTER OF HEALTH
Oct. SI, 1901.
Things nt the Oregon .Mineral
Sprlogs have nssunuxl a quiet
feature. The cnmperi have all
moved out and the vlllrtgern aro set
tled down to their normal numerical
We have one valuable addition in
tho lHswioii of Elder Keithley Bnlles
and wife who liava purchased u lot
and bullta neat little residence and
have moved iu and are now one of us..
Elder linlle Is an old pioneer of Ore
gon, nud nil active preacher for one
of his ago.
The debate on Monday created
quite an Interest Iu and around
London between Elder J. H. .Moore
and Elder D. C. Ilnughmnii, Elder
Moore affirming "That Instrumental
Music In the Worship of God Is I'n
scrlptural and Sinful." At about 10
o'clock a. m. the two disputants
with those who wished to hear the
discussion repaired to Liberty Chapel
where the scene of battle could le
witnessed. Levi (ieer, ns moderator
for J. II. Moore and A M. Swouiiey
moderator for D. O. ISnuglminn, D.
R. Harris as chairman. Equipped
thus the Old Jerusalem blade was
drawn at 10 a. 111 . sharp and the
noise of battle was pleasantly heard
for two long hours iu alternate hnlf
hour speeches, each Htaker making
vigorous attack on the position of
his antagonist with ull the available
means drawn from 11 theological,
historical and homiliticul arsenal,
The elements were full of these flying
intellectual missels. As to the ef
fectiveness of this contest Hrhan all
the facts haven't yet leeu sifted out.
However .two who seemed undecided
before have scored two tallies for
Elder Moore. These claiming to
have been convinced that the organ
should not be used. T;.e afternoon
session convened at ::to p. m. aud
everything moved off in a good
humored and i)leasaiit manner to
the credit of sieakers. Many of the
Liberty brethren are anxious to have
tho-e differences thoroughly dis
cussed aud to this end at tho close.
of the discussion a public challenge
wns made for Hebron church to
bring out a representative man acd
Liberty also bring out one, and let
thci-emcet aud discuss tho organ nnd
society quei-tions for a week or ten
days. Hut alas it may be like the
boy that hud all the pie he wanted.
Ho did not believe In discussing the
pio question lest lie might lose some
lie already had see? Selah?
The political questions of the (Inj
ure not 'mentioned, only to hear
one In a while a niuii say this Is tho
most quiet campaign I have ever
seen. Why not always do so and
let each man vote as ho prays and
too how It works. Lest the editor
nud reader should get tiled I will
.V LOVE LETTER
Would not Interest you If you'ro
looking for a guaranteed Salve for
Sores, Hums or l'iles. Otto Dodd, of
i'onuor, .mo. wines: "i. sunereu wiin
an ugly sore for a year, but a bos of
llucklcn'a Arnica Salve oureil me.
It's tho lust Salve on easth. Soc at
Health Is absolutely Impossible. If
constipation bo present. Many
serious eases 01 liver ami Kiuue com-
..l.tl.it- ItnvA unriinLr troin tui-latTeil
Mi.titlniitlnn. Such a ilnnlorablo enn-
dltlon Is unnecessary. There is a
11 Is unnecessary. I here is a
for It. lleiliino will speedily
idy matters. O. V. Llndsy, P. M.,
lion, l'la.. wiites. Neb. 12, 1902:
cure tor 11
'Having tried Herblne. I And it 11
Hue medicine for constipation." 50o
bottlo. Now Eia Drug Store.
THE BEST LINIMENT.
Chamberlain's I'ulu Balm Is con
sidered the best liniment on the
market, write rust te miss, 01
Georgia, Vt. No other liniment will
heal a out or biuiKe so promptly.
No other affords snch quick relief
from rheumatic pali'is. No other Is
so valuable tor deep seated pains In
tho chest. Give this liniment a trial
und vou will never wlsli to bo with
out U. Sold by New Era Drug
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