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Culta® Grove EMeafe
Presi- ; A ST. VALENTINE FROLIC.
dent J. J. Yallentine’s report of the
Saint Valentine, who for so many
yield of the precious mentals in the years has been presiding over a Tery
states and territories west of the i cold shrine, is about to be brought
PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATU RDAY.
Missouri river for the year 1894 back heartily into fashion this
E. P . T H O R P , - - E D IT O R .
shows an aggregate output
of month, and sniff the sweet savor of
$105,113, 489. Of this aggregate, maidens’ prayers and sacrifices on
SATURDAY, FEB., 2, - - 1895. $45,892,608 was in gold and only his alter. There are to be dances
$28,721,014 in silver, showing that [ in his honor, and rites observed
The Echo-Leader is the best ’A eekly gold has taken the place which sil- appropriate to the day. Red roses
Y ie l d of P recious M en tal . —
THAT BIG SLIDE.
L E WIS & BURKHOLDER.
From the Dunsmnir News: M t
Astoria Budget: It is decidedly Indigestion, Impure Blood
Bradley, whence the avalanche got
Cured by Hood’ s.
to the interest of farmers to have
its start, is a steep bald mountain
good public roads, and they would
nearly two miles from the river.
lose nothing if they would impress
As the slide started down the moun
the legislature with the fact that
tain it gathered strength and bulk
less speculatiou and experimental
in its path. It soon began to take
politics and better highways would
brush alcng and then trees. Plow
Vfcr occuP'e^ K‘x Jeara a2°-
are to be worn by enthusiastic girls ing through a deep and narrow advance the business and social in
Paper ill I Hie
valuation a silver ounce is reckoned f0r the full twenty-four hours over gorge it carried trees, rocks and terests of Oregon very materially, j
Bad roads make a farm more or
at 63 cents in gold. This year the which he has dominion, and those
All public evils should be hit disparity between the two crops is j who confidently expect the kind everything in reach. Great pine less difficult to reach, and in ratio
trees three aud four feet in diame
likely to be still further marked, saint to give them a glimpse of ter were twisted off like reeds and to the ease and comfort in going to
The deadlock is still on for U. S. Colorado's gold output is steadily their future husbands must follow carried along on the breast of the and from it is its value fixed. The
senator and legitimate legislation increasing, whlie her silver output these curious processes:
They avalanche, diving into the snow and cost of marketing the products of a
takes a back seat.
must hie them to bed one hour then shooting up in the air uniil farm is part of the general cost of I
When the market has i
A n I n sult t o t h e G o v e r n o r .— The before midnight, carrying a taper they struck the opposite bank of the production.
Hr. D. W. Bridge*
The grand jury system is a relic Oregonian Monday offered Gov. i °nly> as a light, and, never casting
to be reached over roads so rough “O. I. Hood A Co.. Lowell. M m
Sacramento river more than a mi e
“ Dear Sirs: — During tho winter ami spring I
of barbarism and as repugnant to Lord an insult that gentleman nnd a glsnce to right or left, but look-
that animals aud
away from the starting point.
have used a doien bottles of Hood's Sarsapa
American law, as it is to liberty and
wrenched and torn, to say nothing rilla In my family, and 1 am quite sure we Have
his friends will not soon forget. *n2 straight before, put out the
When the avalanche crossed tne
the loug time consumed as com been greatly benefited by It. For years 1 have
Oregon's executive is charged with taP«r on entering their bedrooms, river, it was nearly a thousand feet
been troubled with Indigestion, accompanied
pared to going to and fro over hard
The grand jury system is despotic intriguing to make Kincaid gover- On the threshold they must unbind wide and fifty feet deep. It ran up
and smooth roads, the farm, how
humbuggery; it entails unnecessary nor and himself senator; with being j their hair, wash their hands in rose- on the bank on the east side of the
ever rich the soil may be, remaii s
expense upon the tax payers with tlie main factor in the disorganiz- water> an,l standing before a mirror river, and dammed the water com
at a value very much below what t
out any beneficial returns.
Of in the shaPe of a heart This done, muir, over a mile south of fhe slide, should be as a producer and i s
To make public schools a sue -ess Bourse, not being willing to allow a^ ’ n ^ ie dark and making sure
investment property. But
the river ran so low at one time that
roads cost money, and a good deal
worth anything, requires the hearty his appointments to be used to never to retrace a step, they got to
a person could walk across without
by sympathetic heart trouble, and Hood's Sar
of money, to build, but when once saparilla has done me very much good. XVo
co-operation of teachers, parents make Dolph senator is the only ^ed al)d to sleep, with all dispatch;
wetting the soles of his feet
they are up to the standard of good have also given it to the children for Impure
offense Governor Lord has been for if they can dream before mid-
Tuesday, while the men were
blood and ringworms with very good results.”
guilty of, and this causes the Dolph n*°^t, the vision will present the away to their noon meal, another highways, the annual cost of main D. W. B kidt . es . Pleasant Hilt Oregon.
Good roads mean better churches,
N. B. If you decide to take Hood’s Sarsapa
tenance is small. It
is a well
rilla do not be Induced to buy any other. _____
better schools, bette. markets, high organ to charge him with being a f° nn and features of the future wild avalanche came down bigger
gambler, as it has called others husband. There are cotillions set than the first one and spread out on
H o o d ’ s Pills ca re*» Liver 111», Blltousoeis,
er price for laud, and better times
bastards, stinkards and anarchists for St. \ alentine sLve, when all the top of it, burying the railroad track lic roads iu Oregon are almost im Jaundice. Indigestion, Sick Headache. 25c.
in every way.
— Salem Capital Journal.
favors wiu ^ emblems suitable to fifty or sixty feet deeper. Two big passible in the rainy season, and
H o u s e C o m m i t t e e s . — The
are rough and unsightly in dry
Boys and girls do not know how : Representative Moorhead’s plan the season, and a blindfolded debu pine trees, between four and five
tante, personifying Love, will dis feet in diameter, plowed a trench weather, and it is a well known fact,
loug they may have the opportunity ! for E d ic t s of nine jurors is this:!
tribute to each man a little red silk through the hard snow and shot also, that too many farmers would
of attending school. It is there- . That in all civil ac'.ions or suits in ;
committee on militnrv affairs, Moor
heart. Cn one side is to show, in across the river, burying one end rather waste $5 in wear and tear of
fore a good idea to give their whole tue circuit courts of the state of i
head chairmen of committee on
time to their studies, so that the Oregon tried by jury, an unanimous small gilt lettering, the name of the into the oank on the other side, and
salaries and mileage and member of
time spent going to school may be virdict shall not be competent to j young woman with whom he must making two bridges across the submit to pay $1 more in taxes to that on engrossed bills, while Hille-
have solid highways
of as much benefit as possible to render a verdict- in such suit of ac- ; dance the figures; when he presents Sacramento.
giis is a member of the committees
To give one an ideft, of the
tion in any such court shall be re
on claims and rules and joint rules.
Industrial development is re
leaf an arrow pin of gilt and fasten amount of snow that came down,
turned into court as the verdict of
the heart to the left side of her besides what went into the river tarded by bad public highways, aud
Senator Mitchell made a very
the jury, and there upon the
THE CRAZE FOR OFFICE.
^UI* bodice.— From “Society Fads,” in and was washed away, there is a commerce suffers more than most
able speech iu the Senate on the
shall be discharged.”
Demorest s Magazine for February body 1200 feet, .vide, 2000 feet Ion people suppose from the uncertainty
Nicaragua canal. He stated that
A woman who went to Olympia j
Americans ask more questions
of trade distribution and farm pro
from Portland to Liverpool, which
and from 50 to 100 feet deep. If
a legislative clerkship writes Fresh V e g e ta b le s and Fruit in season.
is 14,000 miles, would be reduced
POULTRY AND HARD TIMES.
the men had been at work when the
Tacoma Ledger cf her exper
one-half by the canal route, and
last slide came down there would
Produce taken iu exchange for Goods.
iences. Sbe says it look her only
that it is 1500 miles further around sees a sign “ fresh paint” he will
Carloads of Poultry are shipped have l>een over a hundred of them
that the cost to them iu time and 15 minutes to learn of the foolish
the Horn from Portland to New instinctively feel it with his fingers from the eastern cities every day to
buried under the snow, crushed to
injury to team and wagon in reach ness of her errand, nnd thereupon
York than to Liverpool. The canal to see if it is dry. If he wants to learn the farmers of the West,
says death or slid into the river.
ing a station ten miles distant over she determined to learn the total
would be a grand thing for the the time a train leaves he will con Poultry Keeper, and yet many of
One of the working men went up
number of those who, like berseli,
Pacific coast. It is one of the popu
those farmers are wondering what on 6now shoes to near where the bad roads is really greater per
sought Olympia in search of
lar measures, and Senator Mitchell
know (hey can 30 to increase receipts, snow broke loose. He reports that
It proved a motly
will make a host of friends in its
and ask , They produce the cheapest kind of the snow was between thirty and
were young men
articles to sell and buy the most forty feet deep where the avalanche
i look at his watch and half a dozen 00stly. Yet they could easily pro- broke off, and the piece that came when the roads are bad the trade of with sisters to educate, fathers of
An Iowa stock journal says this people will ask the time of day. ,]uce the articles desired them
the country merchant falls off and faniiles to support, women deserted
down is cnly a speck compared to
is the time to commence breeding ! He then has to refer to the watch selve8. Tbi8 is not a 8tatement
shrinkage in his sales is felt in the their husbands, and a girl wlio was
what is left and ready to start at
for good draft horses. Before your again in order to tell them.
based on fancyj but „ st<srn fact
jogging centres by the falling off of the sole support of her widowed
colt matures; you can sell for ex
orders to replenish stocks. In fact, mother and little
Pendleton Tribune: “The kind! Denver, Salt Lake City and San
cellent prices. A good heavy
We are pleased to announce to our
of a farm a Umatilla rancher ought Francisco and the new cities of the
readers that we have made arrange strong influence in all channels of women who were unable to do Wishes to inform those who are contemplating building in the spring to hen
boned draft horse is now worth
: to have.” said a traveling man v. ho West, buy their poultry and eggs ments to furnish The Prairie Farmer
in tlieir orders for lumber now. so they «an bu
heavy work, as well as the cripples
from fifty to sixty dollars more than
I was talking on agricultural subjects from poims east of the Mississippi of Chicagj and the E cho - L e a d e r to trade, and everybody from manu
he was three months ago. Do n ot1
facturer to consumer, participates
yesterday in the lobby of the Hotel river.
The Praire Farmer is the brightest,
ness men asked for positions that
breed to scrubs or
There is a portion of the winter
1 Pendleton, “ would be similar to one
that they might prevent assignment With any kind of lumlier you may wish, which will then be ready, and you
per of the day. It has complete de-
Select the best pedigreed fullblood
I observed in a recent tour through s?ason, where the climate is very parimerits for every member of the
won’t have to wait.
From the entreaties, the
Clydesdale or Shire for draft horses,
family It has new Ediyors, and
Utah, a country where farming is a cold that the labor of the farmer
open button-holing of the members,
special writers of national promi
and if you wish horses for speed or
paying investment and owners of lost because it cannot be profitably nonce. It is now read in more than
Now that the Oregon legislature is aud tbe thousand and one maneu Orders From a Distance Promptly Attended To.
road service select a standurd-brod
small tracts of land are prosperous. applied. If the people in this sec 100,000 farmers’ homes each week. in session everybody will want to
Our readers will want it for the com
Hambletonian stallion, one that is
at Salem, vers, that the observing eye could
This Utah farmer has a tract of tion are compelled to send to a dis ing year. Don’t miss the Thanks read a newspaper
" S e n d in y o u r o r d e r s a t o n c e .
the capital. TheWf o f want a paper detect, one was almost led to
level headed, square gaited, a good
forty acres which he has cultivated tance for nrticles that can be pro giving ant Christmas numbers. The
regular subscription price of The that gives all the nt Jt. The States believe that every needy person in COTTAGE GROVE.
individual with a kind disposition
a number of years, with no other duced on the farm, why do farmers Pruirie Farmer alone is $1.00 a year man is just such a paper—bright,
from a well known speedy family
hands than his own family, five waste their time when they can pro This offer will close December 31 spicy, active, energetic, well edited.
and is developed speedy Liuiself. i
It reports the proceedings in detail
acres are used for his bains and vide the articles that are in demand?
Follow this advice, my
grounds, ten acres for alfalfa, which Why do farmers look upon poultry
A LEGISLATIVE SESSION
160 Acres Land for Sale
N e w G oods and N e w S ty le s
item in either house. Your senators
friends, and you will not be kicking
usually yields three crops, about six as fit only for women to look after provokes more newspaper comment
3 MILES FROM ELKTON OK.
yourselves for raising stock that
tons to the acre, utilized for stock when there is work enough for on« than almost any other subject of pub stated platform, pledged to carry out Partly cleared with good frame
will not sell for the cost of feeding.
feed. Five acres are in fruit and or two strong men if poultry is
certain policies of reform. You wiil house, barn and out buildings, good
making bodies afforded much materi want to watch their course in the well at the door. 400 rails in the
five in wheat and oats, which supply made a business ? It is safe to say
fence; school l'/t miles; price #000,
al for interesting discussion, and the
Ashland Tidings: The big aval
his family with flour and all kiuds that nothing sells sooner than poul next general assembly will be no ex legislature and see whether or not one hulf down, balance on long time
anche near Dunsmuir was cleared
they remained true to their pledges. at 8 per eeut iut. For further partic Cottage Grove,
of fruits. The remainder is planted try and eggs, and the returns are ception of the rule. Whatever scours The Statesman will give you all of ulars write to
G eo S m i t h ,
out of the way during Thursday
A FULL LINE OF
in some profitable crop which will always cash. One does not have to the public knows that the D a il y and this and more, too, for it is a news
night and the passenger trains that
find sale in the market. He says he wait for money or look to the future W ee k ly C a p i t a l J o u r n a l of Salem will paper in every sense of the word and
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
had been tied up on the Shasta
give correct reports of its work i.s well every day of the week. The daily is
has never had a crop failure in over for his returns, as the hens will sup
U n i t e d S t a t e s L a n d O f f i c e ,I
as intelligent discussion of the same. 50c a month. The big 12-page Week
division of the S. P. Since Sunday
K o s e b u u g O r ., J a n u a r y 2 2 , 1895.J
forty years, and has always had ply their quota daily, and have If you want to know what is done,
begnn moving again. Two north
ly is $2 a year—three mouths, 50cts.
Notice is hereby Riven that the folio wing-nam-
sufficient butter, bacon and general something coming in all the time. how it is done, and why, you should
Address all communications and ed settle r has filed notice of his intention to
bound trains left Dunsmuir an
final proof in sumiort of his claim, and that
produce to meet his home expeases.
make all money payable to States said proof
will l»e made before the Register and
hour apart Friday morning for Ash
the Receiver of IT. 8. land office at Iloseburg,
That’s what I would like to see in plain if he neglects his home mar first O n e C en t D a il y published on the man Publishing Co., Salem, Or.
Douglas county, Oregon, on Friday March 8 1895,
land, preceded by the rotary plow.
Pacific coast, and is conducted in the
viz: Alva A. Mouse on Homestead Kntry No.
| this country. It would be
no ket. If poultry and
interest of *,he people. T.he D a il y will
for the Ne‘<
w \2 Se*,. Se'4 Sel ,. sec 5.
Between Sisson aud Edgwood some
St. Louis Globe-Deiuocrat: Tbe 5292
tp. 23, S K 3 west. He names tne following wit
trouble to sell goods in Eastern brought into his neighborhood to be sent you a year for #3.00, four
nesses to prove his continuous residence upon
frozen snow was encountered that
and cultivation of. said land v»z: Henry Witte,
be sold, why should he grow wheat months for $1.00, or one month for 25
j Oregon then.”
William Jones and l'eter McMartin o f Cottage
twisted the blades in the rotary and
to send away, when his market cents. The W ee k ly lias been reduced 200 years old when tbe Normans Grove, Lane county Oregon; ami William W.
A ll Sizes o f Trunks.
E. Oregonian: A gentleman re-1
Cathcart, of Roseburg Douglas county, Oregon.
delayed the trains five or six hours.
nearby is willing to accept some to $1.00 per year. Like the D a il y it is conquered Englaud, bas tbe further iau26-34
R. M. VBATCH. Register.
After getting to Montague they turned from Salem this morning
thing that is produced elsewhere? payable cash in advance, and no pa distinction of having bad 1,900 of
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
per will be sent after your time ex
came through across the Siskiyous and tells something which has not
This stock has just been refilled and is the
If the eastern farmers find a profit pires. Positively “ no-pay-no-paper.” its editors beheaded. Its contem Laud Office at Koseburg, Oregon,
on regular schedule time without
in poultry and eggs by shipping The J o u r n a l is a modern newspaper poraries acknowledge tbe scoop,
January 14, 1895.
best selected in town.
difficulty aud arrived in Ashland, ! that senator Dolph was anxioi.s to
Notice Is berate given that the followlng-
them to the west, there a larger pro run on modern methods. It is con and Lave no idea of trying to break nameU
settler has tiled lull Ice ,,f his intention to _________ ® W “ T lie h ig h e s t p n e e s p a id f e r a l l k in d s r»I p r o d u c e p r a
one at about 11 o'clock and the
make llnal proof in support of his elalm. and that
fit for the western farmer, because ducted in the interest of the people tbe record.
said proof will he made before A. V. Jennings
about midnight, the first he was re-elected, and requested
Clerk of Lane county. Oregon, at Eugene
he escapes the transportation rates
Lane county, Oregon, oil Saturday February
T n e N ew Y e a r.
sense. Its editor being a member of
passenger trains from the south the secretary of state to make out
and can consequently hold the tho lower Louse, his editorial work
Finds Hood’s Sarsaparilla leading James T. Iiespain, on Homestead Entry N o 5491
in advance his certificate of election
since the previous Sunday.
the w>4 N E , w u S K '„ of sec. 2. tp. 21 S It
market against competition from will lie doubly interesting this winter. everything in the way of medicines iu 4 for
e names tne following witnesses to
end have it ready for signature and
Order it at once.
three important particulars, namely; prove Ills eontluuous residence upon and eultl
Dr Ida E Richardson, of Phila acknowledgement upon the ballot
Hood’s Sarsaparilla has
H o f f e r B r o s ., Editors,
James R. Ken all. J. M. M rtin and James
It may be that farmers are not
NOW MADE BY THE
delphia, is one of the most success
1. The largest sale in the world. (anliKO
R. M. V KAWJH. Register.
very partial to work
ful women physicians of the coun had no doubt of being returned and
Silver and G old
,* * • £ . WOkKINaitiZ,
poultry. It may be to them some
NOTICE FUR PUBLICATION!
2. The greatest cure in the world.
try, her income being estimated at an<l had lbs private car, which is
Something everybody wants, some
U n it e d S t a t e s L a n d O f f ic e
what of a small business for a
thing all cari get by securing a copy
$10,000 a year. When asked re furnisned him by the railroad com
■ L A D l
3. The largest Laboratory in the
farmer. What matters such if it of Vick’s Floral Ouide for 1835, a
Notice is hereby Riven that the fnllowlng-nam
cently how she had built up her pany, all victualled and ready for
eci settler has fired notice of his intention to
Farmers work for money, work of art, printed in 17 different world.
make final proof in support of his claim, ami that
practice, she replied: “I cannot the trip east. That certificate has
What more can be said? Hood’s said
pr<M>f will be made before A. C. Jennings,
like other classes, and nothing that tinted inks, with beautiful colored
understand my success myself. I not yet been made out and the nuti-
will give them a profit should be plates. Full list, with description itself, and most of all, Hood’s Sar Lane county Oregon on Saturday, February 23,
nut on any Photograph I
Over O n, Million Poopi.
1895, viz: Ansel C. BrigjgL on Homestead
have had more of a struggle in Dolpli faction has
a guarantee of excellence». Enlar^m^
overlooked. There is a fearful loss and prices, of everything one could saparilla cures. If you are sick, it is Entry No. 5438, for the N *, Nwl, see 12, tp. 21 S,
froru any kind of Picture, in Crayoi.
R 4 west. He names the following witnesses to
wish for vegetable, fruit or flower
overcoming the prejudice of family enough to poke fun at Mr. Dolph
All our shoes are equally satisfactory Ink or Colors. Call and see our sam*
prove his continuous residence upon and cul
of time by some of them when the garden. M aty pages of new novel he medicine for you to take.
tivation of, said land, viz: James R. Kendall,
They g tv , the bM l va le , ter the
and relations than in the outside about that little slip between a cau
pies and pritics of Crayon work.
Junes T. Despat n. J. M. Martin and Janies They equal n i t e u i k M ta Ityte end fit.
snow is on the ground, and they ties, encased in a chaste cover of
W a n te d th e H u g g in g P o w e r Saved.
8tb and Willamette Hts.. Eugene, Or.
Hawley o f Cottage Grove. Lane count
Their wearing qaa title« are m
work. I have never had nor asked cus nomination and the election.
R. M. V b a t c h . 4
Tbe price« are uniform,— etm
j may have to clear off a space for silvor and gold.
At the siege of Petersburg a
F rom Si t o I ) lo v e d o v e r o th e r n . k r , .
for influence. Every patient, iu
An exchange hits the nail square- the hens [ which cannot well be
Unusual and astonishing offers,
U your dealer cannot »apply you wu css. Sold by
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
hospital or private practice, has ly on the head when it says: done by women, ] but if the bans such as Sweet Peas for 40 cents a young confederate lieutenant, who
I t o a le r * e v e r y w h e r e . W a n t e d , a g e n t t o t a k e
U nited S tates L and O ffice ,
been treated as I would like to be “ Whenever you hear a man finding will lay and give a profit what is it pound,
$30,00 for a name for a. New was very good looking and a great
Roseburg, Oregon, January 14, 1895, e x c l u s i v e M ile f o r t h i s v i c i n i t y . W r i t e a t
treated were I the patient. This I fault with his local paper, open it to them ? Their labor is profitable
wounded in the left arm. Several Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has Ilea notice o f liis Intention to
have _tried to make the rule of my up and ten to one he hasen’t an ad- wherever it can be e; plied, and terested in seeds or plants send 10 cts
We have 45,000 good brick,
at once Tor a copy of Vick’s Floral of tbe surgeons declared that it make final proof in support of his claim, and tlmt
mile from Cottage Grove poet office,
said proof w ill be made before A. C. Jennings,
work. The increase of my practice I vertisement
it; five to one he while th$ care of a fleck in the win- Guide, which amount may be de would be necessary to amputate tbe County Clerk of Lane county Oregon, at Eugene,
which we will eell at reasonable
is due altogether to my patients never gives it a job of printing to ter season may entail extra work the ducted from first order, to James limb, but it was finally dec ded that Laue county Oregon, on Saturday February 23
1895. viz: James R. Kendall, on Homestend
price«. Pereone wanting brick will
by removing a section of the bone Entry No. 5830, for Sw1* of sec. 2, Tp. 21. S R
recommending me to their friends. do; three to one that he does not well filled egg-basket will be
a Visk’s Sons, Rochester, N. Y., and
pleaee call on or address their or
west. He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation of, ,
I believe there is a wonderful op- take the paper; two to one if he is I remuneration, and, as we stated, learn the many bargains this firm is
W illard & Morrrr,
said one of the surgeons, It wiil be said land, viz: Ansel C. Briggs. James T. J
portunity for women in the medical a
Despain, J. M. Martin and James Hawley, o f j
subscriber, he is delinquent. I eggs always sell for cash.
a bad job, and when healed the arm Cottage Grove, Lane county, Oregon.
COTTAGE GROVE, O R
profession. But they must be true Even odds he never does anything ]
R. M. V batch , Register, j
James D. Tillman, of Fayetteville, will remain crooked.’’ The young janl9-33
women, practicing for the love of in any way that will assist the pub
Have opened a new boot and shoe
lieutenant, thinking that any kind
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
warm hearted Tenn„ the new United States Minis of arm was better tbau no arm and
work. I believe the day of hard lisher to run a good paper, and
ter id Ecuador, was said to be tbe
Land Office at Rose burg Oregon. Dec. 28. 1894. shop in tbe next building west of F.
is hereby given that the following- S. Younger’s grocery store, Main
ship for women in the profession is forty to one, if the paper is goed
youngest colonel in the Confederate with a thought for future conquests, Notice settler
has iled notice of his intention to
responded nobly to the appeal for service. His father and all the replied: “ Never mind the crook ; named
proof in support of his claim, and that street
New work and repariDg
over. If they are well equipped it and full of life, he is most eager to
said proof will be made 1 h * fore A. C. Jennings,
help from Nebraska and Dakota. other members of his family were set it for hugging and go a head.’ County
Clerk of Lane County, Oregon, at promptly done to order.
their specialties, love the work, anil see the paper when it comes out,
No section lias done better than etrong union men.
have patience and perseverance, if lie can borrow one.
Marinos E. Grousbeck on homestead entrv No,
flu d y ’ s P ile S u p p o sito ry
some of the far-away States of the
5006, for the nwl4 se1 % *•> . - \ ,. nw*4 sw1/ Sec. j
they are bound to succeed. As for
Mending and Repairing.
tp. 21 S., R. 2 west, li.* names the following
money refunded. 50 cents per box. Send two witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon j
the predjndice nnd opposition ROYAL Baking Powder.
stamps for circular and Free Samples to MAR and cultivation of said land, viz: John Cole, i
mended and repaired bv
TIN RUDY, Registered Pharmacist, Lancaster, Sid
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against them by nmle practitioners,
Pa. No P ostals A n sw ere d . F«»r **«ale by all county Ore]
Highest o f a ll In leavening Dr. Price's Cream Baking pow der
egon, and James Redford of Cottage M rs . > ANlilPER, West Side of Cottftge •
ihut will die cutirelv.
Strength__V. S. Government Report.
Swarded Gold Medal Midwinter Fair. San Francisa
i >regon by * >slw*rn and Delano.
R II V I ATCH. KetMer |Grwve Oregon
W O O L, HIDES A N D FU RS,
Lumber, Shingles and G rain.
EMMIE Ml INL MHH.
Agents for the sale of the
First Class Goods,
IS C A R R Y IN G
Just Siici As Tie P
F. S Y O U N G E R .
J. B. ROUSE,
P R O M P TLY
C LO TH IN G ,
B O O T S and S H O E S .
Ladies Dress Goods. Hats and
W . L. D ouclas
$3 & $4 Shoes
D ew ald & C urrin
I Boot and Shoemakers,
so pu n or so gn at la leav
ening power as the Royal
Acknowledged to be tbe Best: