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Dr. Scapp is fitting up an office
near the bridge on Main street.
Miss S. K. Hanson who has just
Webfoot Planter, a general farm returned from San Francisco with a
fine assortment of Millin ry goods,
If you want any bailing done
leave vo lr orders with
J ack K: owltos .
Tlie bridge carpenters who have
been working on bridges near here
for the past month, left last week for
H. Thompson ha9 his grocery store
p iced in attractive shape and now
offers groceries at very reasonable
prices. Call in and see him
A red headed woman's corn-toe
may indicate some things, but as
wsatber prognosticator u .i
money goes on the ground bog.
desires to announce that she will on
Saturday March 23, 1895 display the
most stylish line of goods ever ex
hibited in this place
The new, wide platform just put
down at the depot isu big improve
ment aud enjoyed by those who
travel that way,
Friday morning it snowed just n
iittle— not enough to cover the
earth. This is a grand country,
but there are hosts of people too iu-
•till* rent to re dizo the fact.
Rev. (1. A. Blatr, of Portland, is
All about Fruit raising in the
confident that the $10,000 wanted Webfoot Planter.
to be raised to erect a C. P. church
at that place will soon be raised.
Every true friend of the people in
Beaulab, the one year old daugh Oregon who wants a Portland paper
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Perkins, should subscribe for the Daily or
near Baker City, Oregon, died Weekly Sun.
One half interest in a brick yard
one mile west of Cottuge grove popt-
Elder isham Burnett, will preach offiee. As good clay as there is in
at the Christian church next Sun Oregon for brick or tiling.
O. H. W illard .
day, at 11 a. m. A cordial invita
Saturday March 1C, 1895.
tion extended to all.
The Cottage Grove Hotel has
changed hands and now J. A. Mc
Kinney is serving the public. He
has already made changes which is
pleasing his customers and he says
he will keep right on giving his
customers pleasant surprises. See
Lane county Pomona Grange
bis ad, on local page.
will meet with the Siuslaw Grange
The two months dry, sunny
at their ball on the 4th Saturday in
here set the growlers
March, 1895. (23 rd ) A full at-
everything in their
tendauce is desired.
hades, but the
A. C. J ennings , Master.
gentle showers have come. The
Dollars in your pocket to read the
grain, grass and flowers are smiling
at the lazy lout sitting down and
Eugene Guard: Prosecuting At
howling “ hard times.”
torney Brown left for his home in
Do you take the Webfoot Plan-
Ko8eburg this afternoon, after a
stay in Eugene for two weeks. tei ?
Mr. Brown is developing into a
editor of the Arlington
first-class prosecutor, and during record asks in leaded brevier editor
this term of court made many ial of some three “sticks” in length,
“ Are we as, people, degenerating ?”
The Eugene Register says, county
treasurer Gray, of Lane county has
placed to her credit on State treas
urer Metschau’s books, $12,000 f jr
u o o D’S
i O ut —If subscribers of the
A good deal is said about lawyers
E cho J j F. ader do not get it every not inhabiting beaveD. If praise
week, it is from some cause unknown 1 means anything, they often have
Mrs. Geo. Spurr was in Eugene
I will have a Spring Opening to the publisher, and they will please their criminal clients next thing to
Frank McFa ’an I ai d Henry Med Friday and Saturday March 22 and report to this office instantly.
the pearly gates.
ley, took in Loi ane last week.
23. Besides a line of early Spring
Our patrons will find De Witt.s Lit
W. H. Cooper made Roseburg a
Millinery I will show a line ot dress- tle Early Risers a safe aud reliable
remedy for constipation, dyspepsia
Robert Griffin went to Eugene, trimmings, including laces, braids and liver complaints. For sale by
etc., Also Hosiery, Gloves and J. P. Currin.
Darwin Bristow went to Eugene Coisets. Please call and see my
NORMAL SCHOOL NOTES.
J.^Fila Pixley, one of the Juniors
Miss Etta Preston, of Eugene, came
Mrs. F. A. N ew m an .
left for Marshfield Sunday.
up to this city Tuesday.
Money in poultry, if you know
Mrs. Unruh delivered a temper
Mrs. L. Lurch and daughter re
how. Learn how in the Webfoot ance lecture in the public school
turned from Eugene Monday.
Mr. Inman, of Lorane, was in the Planter.
department this afternoon.
city this week.
H orse B il l s . — The E ch o - L eader
Miss Bertha Tait, who has been
Mrs Geo. Spurr was in Eugene, job office is well equipped.for print
quite sick, has gone home for a
ing all kinds of horse bills promptly. short visit.
Dr. H. H. Petrie vi ited Eugene or.
The experiment of shipping eggs
The literary societies will give
business,; ) 1 tiesday.
Miss Emma Carey went to Junction cast w as trie d from Portland a a joint, open meeting Saturday eve
couple of weeks ugo and with such ning. An interesting programme
City last Saturday morning
D. P. Burton came up from Eugene success that other shipments are will be rendered.
Sunday, returning Monday.
following. Eggs sold as low as 8c
Clyde and Nannie Gage, Annie
Miss Fannie Croner, of Eugene, in Portland last week, hut it is pre
E A K IN & B R IS T O W ,
Nelson, Hugh. Ella and Myra Camp
return*! home Tuesday, after a pleas dicted that the heavy outward ship
will soon leave for their homes,
ant visit with Miss Rosa Williams.
ments will have a tendency to bring having finished the Junior studies.
E. C. Smith shipped a carload of
up the price to some extent.
hay to Hudson, a station near Drain,
The Seniors held a class election
A delegation of W. O. T. U. Monday, with the following results:
today. Eugene Guard.
Mrs. E J Howe, who has been women went to the white house the Valedictorian-Ina Thomas, of Oreron City.
visting friends at Hebron, returned to other day and presented a bulky Salutatorlan - Pearl Hefty. Drain.
Historian-P. H. Daly, Medford.
her home at Creswell, Wednesday.
petition which had as its aim the Poet— Fannie Day. Dayton, Wash.
Hon. D. C. Baughman has returned futherance of the temperance work.
after two weeks sitting on the jury
Perhaps some of that very delega Maggie Chiles, Grant's Pass, Oregon.
at Lane county’s Capital city.
Eva Lane, Roseburg.
tion would have been puzzled to C. H. Leanord, Ortlng, Washington.
E. P. Thorp, the live newspaper edi
tor o f Lemati, gave this ofllee a know of the whereabouts of their Millie Dise, Marshfield.
pleasant call today.—Eugene Guard. wandering hoys just at that time.
Carrie Vanwinkle, Halsey.
May Applegate, Drain.
Frank Whipple, of Cottage Grove,
E D ITOR o n t h e f l y .
co n te stan ts .
visited Eugene Monday. We are
cho -L eader Fannie Haskins, Medford Oregon. •
pleased to announce that his health
speut three hours p’ easantly in | Julia
has improved some.
Mae Cowan, Drain.
S H E E T IR O N W A R E ,
W. H. Lincoln is home among the
All are well pleased with the elec
flowers and fruits of his labor, and had time to say -‘howdy’ ’ to the tion.
W ild w o o d A xes, A m unition, and all sizes o f
says he enjoys it much better than handsome retinue of the Times
C aptain J inks .
being on the jury.
— Morliead Jr. We realy felt
CABLE FROM QUEEN LIL.
Mrs. C. F. Catheart, of Roseburg,
shocked to see that so handsome a Dear Gresham:-One more boon I crave,
Keep a full stock ef
Shelf and Build in
arrived Saturday, to visit her parents
I trust In your affection
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Adums of Cottage man had so long resisted the sweet ‘Tis not to murder Dole, the Knave,
and tempting charms of so many
Or put down insurrection;
‘Tis not ray crown but me to save,
£fi^Repniring neatly donej
Miss Pearle Churchill returned to fair young damsels as can be found
I write in deep dejection;
her home at Oakland last week, after in Junction City. Dr. Oglesby was And so a package I must have
three weeks visit with relatives and weariug one of his most melting
Of Park’s Tea for my complexion.
GRESHAM'S ANSWER TO QUEEN LIL.
and fascinating smiles, and looked
When I received your Cablegram
Dr. Snapp was called to Hood
Lemati, Oregon, Feb., 28, 1895.
just as if he were in “ clover all
I thought I sure would faiat
River Satu.day, to attend a lady
For though I often use Park’ s Tea
Notice is hereby given that the
patron whom he treated when there
” Tis not for your complaint.
firm of N. H. & J. S. Martin have
three years since. He returned Tues cupies an elegant suit of rooms in the
I feared that Mrs. G. would think
this day dissolved partnership by
Wrong about our connection
brick hotel— one of the finest build
’’ Till on her dresser there I saw
»af-WEST S ID E -* *
mutual consent, N. S. Martin re
Mrs. A. Wood went to Tacoma, ings south of Portland. We sus
Park’3 Tea for her complexion.
Wash., Monday, having been called pect people actually become ill just Sold by J. A. Benson.
maining in business and will collect
I am making a radical change in both Hotel, Livery
by a telegram to the bedside of her
accounts due the firm.
for an opportunity of seeing the
Item s from A storia H erald.
father, who was thought to be dying
Feed Stables, giving my entire personal attention
N. S M artin .
doctor s charming office. The doc
in that city.
The loggers are wanting rain. A
SO C IA L F L 1 JTTE R IN G .
IN A L L LINES FOR
F IN E
Mens' and Boys’
MERCHANTS & BANKERS,
H -A J R , D W
A R E
S. R. PIPER.
Hardware, Stoves, tinware and
W. S. Chrisman.
C A R T R ID G E S .
LIVERY and FEED STABLE,
Listen to the man ! Of course we
are. The gentleman did not attend
the lust session of the Oregon legis
lature or he would not he now ask-
Mrs. George Hawley and Miss Lena
The poem hnnded us for publication iug such a foolish question.— Stockwell, came up from Creswell
Saturday, to visit relatives and
last week by T. Murray Spencer, Mil’ ou Eagle.
friends in Cottage Grove. They re
would have been accompanied by
A. Todd delivered a lecture on turned home Monday.
the author's name, Sir Arnold, hut
The Sou, Thursday eveuing. Owing
E. P. Thorp, the genial editor of the
for the horrid mistake of the printer
to bad weather the audience was E ch o - L e a d e r , n bright and newsy-
not large. The subject was well paper published in the immediate
Cottage Grove and
Isos R o l l e r R eceived . —L an e handled and many interesting illus
Lemati, was in our town yesterday
county, this morning received by trations were made. Another lecture on business and pleasure. The
freight train, a large iron roller, will be given Fridav night March Register acknowledges a pleasant
weiphing 7,000 pounds, which is in 22, on the Moon; its Eclipses; and fraternal call.—Eugene Register.
tended to he used on new roads to Physical features, and what cause
For all kinds of jo b printing the
settle the same. The roller can he them; illustrated with stereopticon E cho -L eader has first class new
weighted down with an additional charts.
material. Pa'ronize a paper that
weight of 5.000 pounds. It was
Senator Platt, of Connecticut says is doing more than anything else to
badly needed.— Eugene Guard.
that very little cun be accomplished build up this grand country.
otlieri it will d > fur you. Be sure to
get Hood's Sirs luarillu.
SH O E S
J. S. Martin. I invite persons to give me a trial.
tor showed us liis hooks which give large amount of logs are in the
ample evidence of his large increas water, but the rivers are not high
<tt?*CalI and see bow you like the change. I am sure I cau plcase
Free ’Bus to and From
ing practice. His numerous friends enough to float them to market.
j . h . M cK IN N EY.
Special Rates for Families.
will appreciate his well earned pros
The indications are that the NEAREST HOTEL TO POSTOFFICE
perity in his new home.
salmon run this year will be light.
Talking about towns, Junction
There has not been and will not he
City is a tine location, and we should
any freshet in the river this year.
not he surprised some day to see her
This is particularly bad for gili-net
just getting in and “ whooping”
— FORMERLY BAKER HOUSE —
things skyward. There are some
Out of four papers published in Headquarters for Travelling Men.
splended brick buildings and some
G R A N IT E IR O N W A R E , A M M U N IT IO N , E T C .
stores that show that the proprietors Astoria, three are for free coinage of Sample Rooms Free. Rates from $1
“ stuff”. Railroad silver and one for the gold stand to $2 per Day.
Willamette Street, Eugene. Or.
breezes are floating in the air, and ard. The only reason why tbs As-
S. K BROWN, Proprietor.
one hears all sorts of predictions. torian favors the gold standard is
Of course the Silurian puts on a look
F o r O v e r F ift y Y ears.
that would discourage an angel
A n O l d a n d W e l u T r i e d R e m e d y . —Mrs.
from soaring to the golden realms, Winslow’s
Btmxo P otatofb . —W e dneseay s in the way of legislation to relieve
Soothing Syrup has been used for
Boh Johnson, postmaster at Cor
over fifty years bv millions of mothers for their !
hut the resources tributary to Junc children while teething, with perfect success,
Salem Post: McKinley Mitehel is the distressed condition of the coun
vallis. had his overcoat stolen the tion City are great aud wheD some it soothes tile child, sottens the gums, allays all !
in town today negotiating for the try until after 1896, when he hoped
pain, cures wind cholic, and Is the best remedy I
other day. While he was an editor
Diarrhoea. Is pleasant to the taste. Sold
of the people down there raise up for
transfer of several large lots of the republicans would he m power
by Druggists In every part of the World. Twen-1
he was too poor to own one. Pro and just flop the dies from their five cents a bottle. Its yalue Is Incalculable. I
potatoes. McKinley sta‘ es that he in all blanches of the government
Be sure and ask for Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing i
bably some poor pencil pusher got spiuul columns— well you may look Syrup, and take no other kind.
has orders over twenty carloads of He said: “If measures, consider»
away with his covering.
Sick headache, constipation and in
for a powerful rattling of the dry
spuds from the East and California, tion of which 1ms beeu blocked,
are quickly cured by D e!
and ha is using his efforts to fulfill should he brought forward at the
The demands of Japan upon
Witt’s Little Early Risers, the fam-1
next congress, they doubtless would China are very slight in comparison shedding of big moss crops.
oils little pills. For sale by J. P.
If we was not afraid the Times Currin.
Something is going to happen. come iti a shapeless mass, calculated with what were expected. The an
man would try to play a la Corbitt,
Sold by J. A. B enson .
After ten days starving the editor to do mischief. The financial situa nexation of Formosa, an indemnity
S arcastic . — Salem
we should give the property owners
of the E cho - L eader was able to buy
“Florence is the most prosperous
a pound of good butter, Tuesday. bimetalism, and we hope for im po- ersion of two ports, may be ac- at Junction City a pointer. It town in Oregon,’ exultingly declares
And this in the best butter making proved business conditions. If we co anted for aR clemency when con might hit some right between the The West, edited by Senator Alley
trasted with whnt, Germany wrung
country on earth. No wonder
of Lane. But it is yet a long way
follow after the following which out of the world. Hell is also the
money is scarce,
some ism that, would settle the trouble from France.— S. F. Call.
appeared in a late issue of the East
people have no money to take their and diminish the friction which now
The Yreka Journal says the price Oregonian. We are not going to most prosperous pluce in the uni
local paper and have to borrow it
of beef has advanced in Siskiyou
^®“Goods sold as cheap, as any of
from some neighbor who has got a
F or M arysville . — J. O. Rhinehart the same quality, as any store in town.
county, a lot of first-class cattle
.iSt*Red Front Store, West Cottage
tumble on them.
There has been almost a butter having sold last week for 5| cents, anywhere, should not post a copy shipped to day to Marysville, Cal., Grove.
where it can be seen 365 days in a
50,000 pouuds of potatoes. That’s
T h e B r o w s C ase . — In the supreme
while young heifers are worth year.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
what counts. It counts in more
court Thursday, a ruling was made sight of n pound of good butter about 5 cents, with cows and poorer
“In one of the most beautiful
Office at Roseburg Oregon, Feb., 13, 1895.
ways than one for Oregon. The
cattlp at 4^ to 4 cents.
allowing S. G. Brown, murderer of
Notice Is hereby given that the following-
cities in America, the home city- of
settler has filed notice of her Intention to i
produce shipped out of the state is
Alfred Kincaid, who is appealing
make final proof In support of her claim, and that
Doctor H. R. Fish, of Gravois Mills. the United States, a noticeable
will be made before A. C. Jennings,
from the decision of the circuit
Mo., a practicing physician of many thing is the excess of cleanliness of
County Clerk of Lane County, Oregon, at
County Oregon, on April 1 st, 1895,
Produce taken in exchange for Goods.
court for Douglas county, until May
years experience, writes: De Witt’s streets. There are no vacant lots
viz: Mira Sweeney on homestead entrv N j . 5385
for the se'4 ne>4, e'4 se'-i, nw ; se 'i sec. 18 , tp
1st, to file his brief. This will drag tile laud here that will produce Witch Hazel Salve has no equal for
20 S R. 3 west. She names me following wit
loaded with old tin cans, no cess
to prove her continuous residence upon
the case along through the summer forty tons of carrots or sugar beets indolent sores, scalds and burns. It
To follow the drink habit in In nesses
and cultivation of, said land, viz: J. P. Shields,
stops pain instantly, heals a burn
J. 1. Jones, C. A. McFarland and G. W. Mc
before the higher court will finally to the acre, and everything in pro
Farland, of Cottage Grove, l.ane count v Oregon.
quickly and leaves no scar For sale the nostrils. A stranger viewing
It. M. VEATCH. Register.
pass upon it Thus Brown's neck portion for feeding co-vs to make by J. P. Currin.
had man. A new law provides that febie-37
is in no immediate danger.— Rose butter. If some people who are
We are eating our meals outside one of the natives how it was.
eternally howling hard times, death
floor and unprotected by screens.
is hereby given that I, the
and destruction, high taxes, hell these days, waiting until the storm
The law will go hard with the' pious undersigned, have posted trespass
The Eugene Guard gives an
and damnation, right here 365 days blows over, all on account of a sud
notices on m.v respective premises and
account of some measly thief hav
all persons trespassing thereon after
in the year, would monkey more den drop of the mercury, which and further, somebody has said
With all the human nature man this date will be prosecuted to the full
ing stolen a cook stove in that city. with the plow handles and cultiva after a month of beautiful sunshiny “ that if we did this, figuratively
extent of the law.
speaking, there would he no back posesses, it seems a bit strange how
Perhaps the stove was full of cook
L . H. Y a r b r o u g h .
tors—if they would turn up the weather, took a tumble almost to lots loaded with scandal, no cess a rational being— though be he a
ing dinner and so hot that the
rich fertile valley sixteen inches zero aud froze all of Mrs. Journal's pools of gossip.” No doubt every bank cashier— perpetrate a theft
fellows fingers just stuck to it, and
plants Wednesday night. body would feel in their very mar which he knows full well will ult •
deep and try to raise something to house
he could not get away without
sell, they would have more money, We fail to see wherein we were to row bones, a little more sweetness mutely blast his life and seud him to
taking stove and all. The next better health aud less chronic dys blame for the catastrophe, but as for their fellow creatures in the prison in disgrace.
frigid atmosphere of this mundane
thing some paper will be telling us
pepsia, and be worth something to we were the only one bundy on
Abingdon Virginian: We may NOW MADE BY THE
that some scrub has stolen the themselves and their country.
which to vent the flood-gates of her
go to the poor house, but we have
J. A. Richardson, of Jefferson City, not yet worshipped the golden calf,
moon and “ located’’ it away to some
*WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
righteous wrath, and haring learn
Mo. Chief Enrolling force 38th gener nor bowed the kuee to Baal.
F lo w e r B eds . — Anyone wanting ed by experience that discretion is
al assembly of Missouri, writes: I
made can have the the better part of valor in such wish to testify to the merits of One
B e w a re o f o ln t m r n t a f o r C a ta rrli t h a t flower lieds
C o n ta in M e r t o r j ,
Bowers free -rf cost by employing we silently took a walk.— Fossil minute Cough cure. When other so-
W orld ’s Fair
as mercury will surely destroy the me to ninke the beds nnd set out the Journal.
called cures failed,
For the manufacture of which we have superior facilities. We invi e
sense of smell and completely de flowers. Orders left at my home
almost instant relief nnd a speedy
The above cut on any Photograph i parties contemplating building or reparing to call and inspect ou r^ L n *
a guarantee o’f excellence. Enlarging her
range the whole system when enter
Brother, you should feel that you cure by the use o f One Minute Cough
six nii es south of Cottage Grove or
| from any kind of Picture, in Crayon
ing it through the mucous surfaces.
are basking in the glorious rays of Cure. For sale by J. P. Currin.
Ink or Colors. Cull and see our sam-
Such articles should never be used sent, by mail will have prompt at
W. P. Bayes of 2405 Jones St.,
I pies and prices of Crayon work.
bliss- li era’ lv promen
P au l S n yder .
except on pel seriptious from reputa teiitiou.
COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON.
and Willamette S'ts. Eugene. Or.
ading the g i M i - ii paved walks of Omaha, Neb. says of Parks’ Sure
ble physcians, as the damage they
Cure:— “ My wife has been constitu
heavenly paralise eternal, with
will do is ten fold to the good you can
tionally wrecked for. years. Tried
possibly derive from them
angelic wings tt >pping on either everything fruitlessly. My drug
-Catarrh Cure manufactured by F. J.
side of your saintly self. The ex- gist’s persuasion backed by his guar
Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no
editor of the E ch - antee, induced me to buy a bottle
mercury, and is taken internally,
„„ „A .,.
L eader with the women justifies of Parks Sure Cure. The results are
acting upou the blood and trim-ops ] Only 50
per „ year.
,. . , .
. . , J
truly wonderful. Parks Sure Cure
We have 45,000 good brick, one j I have a First Class Full Blood
him in being surprised that Mrs.
surfaces of the system. In buying!
for the Liver and Kidneys Is a posi
mile from Cottage Grove post office, |
Hall’s Catarrh Cure be sure you get Sixteen pages each issue JoimiB, dill not iMtaIlllJ aBd with tive specific for the diseases of
which we will sell at reasonable j
the genuine. It is taken internally, all devoted to the interests ^ out the least remorse order you to women. Sold by J. A. Benson.
prices. Persons wanting brick w ill!
and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. O f farmers. F m it growers go where popcorn more trenerously
MOST PERFECT MADE.
The U. S. Gov't keports A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
please call on or address their or
Cheney & Co., Testimonials free, j —
at my place in Gowdyvflle—just west
Show R oyal Baking Powder from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
d e r s to
W il l a r d & Morrrr,
| of cottage Grove. Call and see him.
_*»“Sold by Druggists, price 75c. per j -D e e - K e e p e r s and Dairy- expands in the natural course of
‘ Cottage Grove. Oregon
R o bert C a r e y .
superior to a ll others.
4 0 YEARS THE STANDARD.
For No. 1 Goods and Low Prices in
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware,
Co to tlie Store of
is z ts r o s c <5c • W H I T E ,
Fam ily Groceries,
IS C A R R YIN G
First Class Goods,
M M As f t People M
Fresh V egetables and Fruit in season.
F. S YO U N G ER .
Acknowledged to be the Best: •Our Saw
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is in the Front for a
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