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New S p rin g S tyles In
Mens' Gordon lints. M ens’ Gordon Caps.
M ens Shoes, all L eather.
L ad ies’ Shoes,
all Leather. L ad ies’ Oxfords, all Leather.
L ad ies’ C aps— ‘‘Tho Saucy Susan."
Pacific Timber Co
KARIN & BRISTO W HUILDING.
Mites Pitcher went to the Grove
Mrs. J. B. Stewart went to the
•Tames Spahr returned home from
Bohemia last week.
Clide Kerr passed through Star
Friday on bis way to Dorena.
Miss Nora Vaughn of this place
is spending a few weeks at W ild
Mr. C. A. Harlow retuwed home
from the mines this week but has
Miss Mary Owens who has been
visiting with her mother has rotur-
sd to Eugene.
Mr. and Mrs Ben Pitcher passed
through Slar Saturday on their way
to the Grove.
Fred Thoinpsou who has been1
at Star for sometime returned to bis
home at Junction.
A large number of the Wildwood
people attended the Star Literary
Saturday night; come again?
Cases of la grippe are on the de
cline in our midst.
wishiug the grippe a long farewell.
There was a surprise party at Mr.
Joe Wicks, Tuesday night which
was enjoyed by a large number of
the young people.
and your money’s worth you can not
find a better place than ours, you are
only paying a fair profit when you buy
your goods ot us. Our new Cloth
ing, Dry Goods, ladies’ and gentlemen’s
Furnishing Goods a re the latest patterns
and styles in the market,
G A R flA N , H E M E N W A Y CO
Ausil Wood is painting Ed Con
J jB N T l.1T
Have yoijre.ves tester! for gla.scs
Fred Shepard has moved on to
DU . II. II. l-ii:T K IK
j A lit Kuar.inteed at Madsen's.
A M . : WORK : W .VKKANTKD
the Bryan place.
There will be services at the T 00 Good
•J H. Martin, of Cri swell, spout a
Officer First National Bank Building
Everbody busy these fine days Presbyterian cburch Sunday morn
All kind- o t e u g m v iD g d o u c a t K. V.
ing and evening, good music. Sun
fljjsa era w ssu te iv-e nii irte fit >r>T
Hugh B u r of Eugene, was visit |
day sohool at 10 a. m., Junior En
O. H. Tapliu came down from deavor at 3 p. m.. Y . P. S. C. E.
I. H. Bingham IVPIlt to Eugene | ug friends in the city over Sunday.
- 4 iv k i M k ; m . d .
at 6:30 p. m. Public cordially in
A new. fine liuo of diamond rings
just received a' Madsen’s.
Will Culver came up from Cres vited, strangers and sojourners al
I'H Y .H II 1 l.N a m i S t K O K O N
D. P. Burton can»»
well Wednesday to visit relatives. ways welcome. “ God is love.”
in McFarluuU Building
Over W ynne’s H ardware Store
R. C . G r a c e , Pastor.
Andy Nelson, the electrician, was
i that must be closed out regardless off on account of the mill breaking [
in Eugene Tlinrs lay.
! of cost. I will sell for cash only at down.
Methodist Episcopal Cburch:
Mrs. Winfield Bennett is visiting j the following prices.
T h e q u a lity of goods w e use
Frank Sharon is up on Row The pastor and members have been
her mother, Mrs. J H inson a t. Eu- ¡Junction City White Rose...... $1.05
river helping his father cut rail in special preparation for evangel'
and the ca re e xe rc is e d in com -'
Wilhelms best Harrisburg
1'U Y .M C IA N M u d S H R liK O N
istic services soon to be held. Many
p oun din g m a ke ou r p re s c rip
* A ll calls promptly attended.
" P o r t e d g ru n u a t
J .1 Main s t. v Phone 114.
! Wheat F lo u r..........................
Miss Ethel Colcord has about re Cottage meetings have been held
tion s g o o d enough.
lit M ad sen 's.
covered from a severe attack of with increasing interest.
tiie best of I Golden
will be regular services at the
New York City in that there are no |
church noxt Sunday morning and
Pride of Washington Hard
strikes on the street car lines.
Born— March 2nd, to the wife of evening, Frank L. Moore preach
Wheat Flour...........................t . 10
Clarence Willis a pair of twins, a ing both morning and evening.
Bora.— At C.ervais,
50 pounds Graham .............. 1.05
A TTO K N hY A T LA W
boy and a girl.
March 9U1, 1905 to Mr and Mrs. j 50 pounds Whole Wheat
Olilo«: Young Building, Main Street,
W ojt Side.
Jos. Best, a nine pound girl.
Perfumes. ,,. .
Flour ........................................ 1.05
Christian Science Services.
10 pound sa ks Graham...... 25
Miss Louise Scott of Creswell is
Iu Woodmen Hall
10 pounds Whole Wheat
spending a few days with the family
Sunday, 11 a. m.
F lo u r......................................
of R. W. Veatch and family.
10 pounds Wheat Meal __
25 the home of Wm. Tucker Tuesday.
I 1 L ’ . MADSKN
- , -,
The public cordially invited.
to pounds Wheat Germea... 30
That must he an improved di- j
Flour by the ton, per sack . 1.00
vorce mill now in use at Eugene;
ed at A. D. Owen’s the last of the
\\ulçüé3„ ¿lock* and Jew ell*
at least it seems to do its work sue- j Oat Wheat H ay....................10 00
flood Laundry Service
C ) tta ge G ro ve . O regon
LMM it' prices.
The Fisher Laundry Co. of
Miss Elsie Hicks from Southern
I city free ol charge.
The Wynne Hardware Co just
•'11 ■ ■ -
orders at B augh m an ' s Feed store. Oregon, is visiting her uncle, Mr. Eugene have established and agency
completed contract for Gasoline
at Ostrander's bather shop. These
engine in Lincoln's Meat Market, j
Miss Jennie Collins of Spring- people do a high grade of work and
Calkin and see it.
field is visiting her grand mother, will be plonsed to prove the same to
1 3;' Ònice; Awbrev Itllilillmr Main utkout
h ' tVjieeJcr
The thermometer at Grants Pass, Madsens_
e i 'i i I*t t*
Mrs. John Damewood.
T h e,
Mrs. I. N. Dresser of Lynx Hoi- j
streets and roads are as dry and
F o u rth R egim en t W . 0. W .
C A P IT A L I
When Lewis Nessler came to Eu low visited friends in this neighbor
dusty as in July.
During the District Convention
A.1* '* .'* '* .*
gene front the East Inst, fall, with a
Miss Bessie, daughter of Dr. strikingly handsome woman whom
Miss Janet Davidson of Saginaw W. O. W. held in Cottage Grove
Woods, arrived from Eugene Fri he introduced as his wife, Eugene visited her sisters, Mrs. Richardson another regiment was organized
A general banking
day to visit the folks. The young peopl received them cordially, and and Mrs. Eugene Miller this week. making the fourth iu Oregon.
Offices in l)r. Geo. Wall building. Main 1
•ed :: ;r :ì fi
lady graduates this year.
Street, Cottage Grove.
Office phone a
Nearly every camp in the district
they appeared considerably in local
•Vnm :m. Hi sHldencu phone Mam w j
Our school opened Monday with has a uniformed company and the
A company of business men of society. Yesterday afternoon the M ir s Hutchinson of Woodlmrn in |
need of having a more complete or
C Q IT A O E OROYE
Eugene has been formed for the Lane County giaud jury indicted charge. There are 2.‘t scholars in
O R E G O N
ganization of these teams was felt.
purpose of establishing a plant for Neasier on n charge of unlawful attendance.
The following named members
the manufacturing of cement stones
were elected officers of the regi
to furnish the requisite $500 bonds,
for building purposes.
The authorities of Douglas county ment:
1 DJEZ. j . J . ‘
Hor»e 8 hoelug a »uecialty.
| is 111 n jail cell. The supposed Mrs.
Wpgou and carriage re-
Colonel, Z. N. Agee, Roseburg;
Mrs Margaret CuHter, a widow j Nessler claims lliej are married, have offered a substantial reward
fL J l fc N S K l»
•N ik . Ail work gnaranteed
»lave ymir horsesteeth ex-
lady residing in Eugene discovered ^ut j,,.,. celq,gtllte does not appear
SURGEON AND D EN 'flVT
** amiired and repaired. Shot»
arrest and conviction of the slayer Major, 1st Bat. F. H. Rosenburg, VETERINARY KlUiKN
h o m e on to ^ M uvlj en(.e
a man trying to enter her home
at rear of Hetnenway «
t , • i- •
Tuesday niffht, »be tir»*d two wbots. Nessler’* downfall came when of Jack Rogers, who was found dead Cottage Grove; Major 2nd Bat. E.
Offiet' K. Bangs’ Livery Stable. Phone Main
at him, but he escaped.
Sheriff Fisk found out he had a wife iu a blacksmith shop at Roseburg a N. Joquish, Lake View; Maj. 3rd
Graduate of the American Veterinary
I C E TZ
few weeks ago.
Bat. Robert Burns, Coquille.
IV iH ify 6 f Nw York «City tr
C o n g r e s s lest week appropriated ut Carroll. In., who is now suing
$ 1 0 0 0 0 t o send a committee of ten1 him f«r divorce
The woman here
United States senators and 15 con- , says her maiden name was Sadie De
gressmeu to the Lewis and Clark's Mar, and her home in St. Paul.
e x p o s i t i o n t h i s summer.
1 She is about 25 yei nrs old, while
. . . Nessler is about 28.
N o tw ith s ta n d in g l
re<l ' ' s '
Marriage to bis co’isiu caused iu-
'EvA D a v e n p o r t , tie woman w i< dictmeut on the earn« charge as that
suicide a week
of in Lee
w i u i u t v . --- ----
fA r m o r against
1 !(n n iu n Nessler
u c c l'luard,
1 i u a i s i , who
have her body »ent • 101 1
1 ¡¡ves nenr Cottage Grove, yesterday
borne, she was by tbfi reqiit-s o ie :lfierlioon. The wedding took place
So many people who have apparently recovered from an attack of La G rip p e are stricken
father buried here.
recently. Marriages between cous
with Pneumonia. This is due to the fact that the Bronchial Tubes and Lungs are left weakened
"Vben the windows of the m illi- 1 ins are illegal id Oregon.
1 ■ «tores are washed and dressed I Nessler has paid Cottage Grove
and unable to resist disease.
• latest Pans fashions it is „uveral visits recently. He was in-
(hat spring is coming j tercsted in a protective association
a sure sign
.gold stale jokes of the 0f some Dature.
fast. And th rill be in style a l s o . _____ . « ______
millinery bill Vl
have a very
C irc u it C ou rt at E u g e n e .
SUNDAY AT THE CHURCHES
f When :
| You are
Benson’s Pharmacy f f
General Blacksm ith in g
LA G R IP P E- PNEUMONIA
neat ¿how W indow '
Lewis Nessler, indicted for lewd
ware store It sho?.s
windmitl «».habitation plead “guilty' to the
,. , . | charge and was fined $250.
cabin and clearing, with a
p,pe l’luard for marrying hie
in operation- It is ''ae ™an
j cousin which is against the law of
of Andy Nelson.
., >: Oregon, was fined $50, and as he is
-vithoot money will serve out his
The gooi book says that
is hard __
way of * the transgressor
_ fine i» J*’1
the truth of this old adage is p
Do "'lies granted :
en every day. but with not such
Eva Hem?’1 wav vs. James Hem-
vengeuce as in the case of enW.i' ■ decree of divorce.
George Mason, colored, who was
Sioiluv' BristO'v vs Harah Bris-
arrested in Portland this week for
blowing open »•<«*. In (.the !'- f
M i .- Wi vi-r »s t*
three weeks he blew open five safes,
•-. R iss. ll vs. O
which netted him less than %io.
M A Deadmond vi
He bn> c o n t e s t and as the pen
alty is from eight to ten years
the penitentiary he will have lime
to repent and ponder over this old bert aud »till thuro are other.
F o l e y s H ■
not only cures L a G ripp e Coughs, and prevents P n eu m on ia , but strengthens the Lungs so they
will not be susceptible to the development of serious lung troubles. Do, hot take chances With
some unknown preparation that may contain some harmful drug when F O L E Y ’S H O N E Y A N D
T A R
c o s t s y o u no more and is safe and sure.. Contains no opiatps»
, „ .a .
» I L . CriDoe »hoot ten ye»r* »go w hich lert m y Long»
M im h ê e n ^ tro u b le ? more or I t i » rv e ry w in te r »ince jn til t used
F O I f Y ’ S H O N E Y A N D T A R which cured me comoleteljr end m y Lung»
oo lunger trouble m e .— J . H . B R O W N I N G , D .D .S ., O rrick, Mo.
G V A C H E R . Iâ7 0 «* o«g -S,.. Chie»«*, »»y»: " M y wife hadI • w y
teeere c»se o» L» G d.ipe, » n i U left her with • v ç iy b»d cough. She tried
« bottle of P O L t iY ’ä H O N E Y A N D T A Ä end i* f i v e Immediate relièf.
Three size. - 2 Sc, J 0 c, $1 00 . Th e SO cent » I n ront.lns two end one heff Vm? y much ah the «nett s in and
the $1 00 bottle almost six tuucs ;i.i iou< h.
" D it la C j u M t l t U t iM e
SOLD CND RECOHMEHDLO BT
Benson’s Pharmacy, Cottage Crova, Oregon