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About Cottage Grove echo=leader. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Or.) 18??-1895 | View This Issue
The S t Louis Globe-Democrat, in
a weather report from Bloomington,
111., for April 11 and 12, says on the
PUBLISHED EVERY SATU RD AY.
former day the grouud was covers!
E . P . T H O R P , - - E D I T O R . ¿ix to eight inches deep with ice a d
snow. The mercury was down to 60
- 1896. degrees above, with a hitter m r h
SATU R D AY, M A Y 2,
wind. The roads and streets re
S ta te R ep u b lica n T ic k e t.
sounded with the music of sleigl -
bells. It was the severest April
For Supreme Judge,
snowstorm known in fifty-five years.
R. S. BEAN,
The next day the mercury rose to
For Presidential Electors,
80 degrees early in the morning,
T. T. GEER,
and went up four or five points be
S. M. YORAN,
fore noon. The air was moist and
E. L. SM ITH ,
stifling, and great discomfort was
J. F. CABLES.
the result. A nice country that!
A Salem man »»ho has recently
THOS. H. TONGUE.
For District Attorney, 2nd District. returned from a trip through A ri
zona and Southern California, thus
W. E. YATES.
writes his opinion of Oregon: “ I
C ou nty R ep u b lica n T ick et.
have been in every state west of the
Mississippi river except the Dak- t»- ,
L D. DRIVER.
Montana, Wyoming aud Nevada, and
it is a fact that Oregon has more
S. L. MOORHEAD,
natural resources within the same
T. J. VAU G H N,
area than any other state I have
D. G. PA LM .
been in. What we need ia lea
growling and more work, little mote
A. J. JOHNSON.
pride about our houae, chop up the
old dilapidated aidewalka for kindl
A. C. JENNINGS.
ing, replace that old wooden fence
with a hedge, plant flowera and have
E. O. POTTER.
nice lawns, make the places attract
ive, “ all same California style,” talk
Oregon and advertise. Get in and
drill, vote the republican ticket and
D. P. BURTON.
give ua an administration that will
give ua protection on our products
L N. BA ILE Y.
and give the Eastern wage earner a
For School Superintendent,
chance to earn a few dollars so that
C. S. HUNT.
he can buy Oregon fruits; by the
fail of 1397 we will be “ rolling ’em
C. M. CO LLIER.
high” as any of them.”
F r w P ills .
DR. J. W. HARRIS.
Semi your address to H. E. Buck
I f offices did not pay so well le»» & Co., Chicago, and get a free
there would not be so much desire sample box of Dr. King's New Life
Pills. A trial will convince you on
their merits. These pills are easy
When a pound orabushei of corn in action and are particularly effective
is burned, it yields about one-twen in the cure of C ■nstipation and Si» k
tieth of its original weight in ashes. Headache. For Malaria and Liver
trouble they have been proved invalu
An exchange prophetically re able. They are guarameed to be p r-
marks that the biggest strike for fectly free from every deleterious sub
higher wages yet inaugerated will stance ami to be purely vegetable.
They do not weaken by their action,
bo declared next November.
but by giving tone to stomach and
Take a ride out over the valley bowels greatly invigorate the system.
and see the number of new farms Regular size 25c. per box. Sold by J
being improved and then see for A. Benson Druggist.
T h e Leader.
yourself whether this country is not
coming to the front.
W. B R U M M E TT
Notary Public and
The horrible confession of the al
leged murderer Holmes, now await
ing execution for bis crimes, ie
doubted, as Borne o4 bis alleged v
tima are known to be alive.
O ffic e in M e ln z c r R esid en ce
M a in S treet, C o ttage
California orange growers have
G ro ve, O regon .
y&r All who have country or city
made more money so far this year
property for sale would »io well to call
than in many seasons. The early on n:m The following is a few spec
crop of naval oranges was of un ial bargains In farms,
usual quantity and quality.
F IN E BARG AIN.
I t is believed that England is be
A large, two story hotel, corner
coming as weary of military cam lot, furnished and good run of busi
paigns in the upper Nile district as ness with livery stable building can
wns Italy, and that the British arm be purchased for $2,000 A busi
ies will soon be drawn from that sec ness man can make money from tlie
start on this property in one of the
best towns in Oregon. Call on or
W. B rummett ,
With so many tickets in the field
Cottage Grove, Or.
some voters may feel at a loss to
know Low to vote, but no one need
A R ARE BARG AIN.
to feel alarmed at all for there will
160 acres of land with running
be plenty of fellows around on elec water the whole year; fine fir and
tion day ready to give the necessary cedar saw timber, never culled; 20
acres cleared with some fruit trees.
W ill make a splendid fruit place
Times aye not what they used to and only 5 miles south of Cottage
be. A t one time it was safe to turn Grove.
Real Rifiata. knt
the other cheek to the man who
slapped you on the face, but it is
different now, if you were to do that
today, you would get your head
A F IN E
ACRE FA R M
wires, it will be rather hard on the
telegraph and telephone companies.
A man can go to his front door and
give a yell and call up old Salisbury
before breakfast and “ Bass” him
about the Venezuelan boundry. chin
Emperor William about the Trans
vaal and shout all round the earth
without pole or wire or pay.
Science is “ knowing how.’* tlie bri,1*e
The only secret about S c o t t ’s
E m u lsio n
is y e a r s
When made in
H al ve»
iu that district
surveying last fall, for sale at T he
E. P. T horp .
There are s»> many ownerless and
j hungry horses and cattle iu the city
^ Co: :nnptkMI..
j, DJ- ti . heal d i«a s «i
N e w L in e o f L a d ie s ’
f K. ig.fa disease.I
CLAOKS AND JACKTS.
Boucle Dress Goods.
B M S l l ! 1 Nl noli.
LU M B E R.
Kimble on home-
anything conclusively, still the pre- e(, bjs atlenfiou t(> tbe shivering bo». S t » u y 'N ^ T . ^ f o r X E»?N™
Ne '' ,, sw*4 N e1,,
3 west. He
seutation of the facts is sufficient to
be bid his young ........
acqmiin- names the following witnesses to prove his eon-
tinuous residence upon and cultivation of. said
set the honest voter to thiukiug. tance ¿oodbye, be bail a new
viz: Cyrus M. Duncan. .John Kitsmiller,
i John Sclineider and James r . Laugdou. all o f
Every effect has its cause or combi- 1 j a p a i r o f . s h , o e s . ....
g e n t l e - Cottage Grove, Oregon.
Ktate o f Oregon, for the count} o f Lane on tlie
‘-¿bth day of March, lS9riou a judgment rendered
in a suit in said Court on the 7th day o f March,
18U6, in which Richard White was Plaintiff and
W. K. Whipple and T. M. Hunt, partners in
business as Whipple & Hunt were Defendants;
and to me directed, commanding me that out of
the iiersonal pmperty o f the said Defendants;
K M. V k a i c h , Register.
or it sufficient could not tie found, then out o f the
nation of causes. What cause or nian
r t l.l(illg
„ CC:irltJ1, (., Haid ! may2 4S
real property belonging to the said Defendants
said County on or after the said 7th day of
combination of causes is running the lie lüteiKitNÎ Mull, t r ie h o v h o u h l
March, l.s% to satisfy the sum of Five hundred,
L E M A T I,
and.»o-ioo Dollars, with interest thereon from
government of this country into • e c u re e i n i m i v u i e u t a n s h u i»I n o t
said 7th day Of March, i *96, at the rate of eight
pvr«nnmni and the further sum Of For-
lebt, in a time of peace, w heutbne ./v
be i rrtulJM.|
led t( • a r r \ 111 w o o «l )A f r o m • .. U n i t e d S t a t e s L a n d .. O f * f i c e , i^ u c I j per-cent
» n . K» u v <
ty-fouraud 65- iimi Dollars costs; also accruing
h o s E B iK G ,
O r . A p r il -5 ,
I8 9 6 .i
h a s b « e D uo g e n e r a l f a i l . i r e o f .»rops, , be g!reet
.“ *1 « ^ S * to
sireet. He is ai'. in lau 'iv ble 1 Notice is hcreliv
that the following- ofthe said .»efendauts to satisfy said judgment
named settler lias filed notice o f her intention to * nii
and aecruing costs, 1 did¡onthe ‘Jtfth
n o s e r i o u s epidemic m .r d i s t u r b a n c e j ,() do M,
„ „ b(lUH8t ftl.t ( on
1|1 “ make
Unp.,rt,»f her claim, and that ‘ J*1.' ° f March.
ist*b. duly levy upon the following
said proof w ill lL
k l Vi’ABE,
W a i i k , u.
U. «ieserilRMi real pr»*perty, lieloiigmg to the saia ,
Ot t b e e le m e n t s , a n d U o la c k o f W ill-
, ! sal,1
i n d T l i>efore
« ! . » * « J o e
bt »y, ih th « fa e v o f S. C. C. Commissioner at Eugene. Oreg«»n, on Defendants ou tlie .th day of March, 18% aud i
ingness on U m * part of the great uni- ,,,t' i,i,rt ut tbt ,'“ v
June 2 ................
1», 1896. viz. Anna M McClaiie ou home* sub8equent_l>f<jwit:
V w ‘ i/aud i<’its
That mining claim known as the Lucky Boy
jority of pen]ile to put forth tbeii Kreat tempt.»tion hut i t na<i i t s o w n itead e u tr T N «* .'W 'f«»'^ the
2, 3 o f sec.*4, tp. 21 S., R. 3 cast He names the mining claim, situated about 800 yards nortli-
best efforts for the general prosperi-», war»l.— Oregonian,
following witnesses to prove his continuous res -1 Jf«#1
f‘ Mil '* Hardscrabble mountain; also
idence upon and cultivation of, said land, v iz i Hwt^miniiig claim^k|iown^M ^e.Mattic^niiiiiiig
; Alouzo S. Winfrey, George Carter. Israel J. claim joining the said Lucky Boy mining claim
Gray and Theresa J. Gray, all of Hazel Dell: on the north east; als«> that mining claim known
as Uie Hardscrabble mine or mining claim; all
! An (XchuU^e t*-l 1« how a pre a. her or*gon
situated in the Bohemia mining district of Lane
R. M. V e a t c h , Register.
How to stop a newspaper: Pay
! |0w.ul1 teK„ d tbe
uf t,„. hard '>«'2 «
county, state o f Oregon. NOW TH E RE FO R E,
in tlie name o f the state of Oregon and ia com
and quit. I f vou owe the publisher I ..
pliance witli said writ, I will «»(Ter for sale all the
times upon lus congregation. At
right, title and interest o f tlu* said defendants, in j
N O T IC E FOK F U B L U W T I O N
one, two or three years subscriDtion,14l
to the alx»ve described premises, subject to j
I the conclusion of one of his seruioiiP,
Land Office at Koschiirj’ , Oregon,
redemption, at public auction to the liighest bid- j
or as many weeks or mouths, en
«ier for cash at the court bouse door iu Eugene.
j lie said: “ Let everybody, iu the
April 25, 1896. Lane county, Oregon on Monday, the 4th day of
close the amount in a letter ami
May, I«96, betweeu the hours of 9 «»’clock A. M.
j house who pays his »lelits stand up.’
Notice ts hereby given that the following- ami 4«»’clock P. M. tow it: at 1 o’clock F. M. of
have ti e papsr^liseontinued to your
uam»si settler has itlea notice of Ins intention to
Instantly every man, wopian and make
ttnal proof in support of Ins claim, and that
A. J. J ohnson ,
address. But don’t have the gall t>
saiii proof will be inaiie before J oei . W are U.
Sheriff o f Lane county, Oregon.
child, with, one exception, rose to 8.
u i i . r u c , Oregon,
j , » » i i , o
C. C. Commissioner at
sit down and write the publisher,
lsta ' J.
Jane 29, 1.896. viz: Israel
cm ' homestead
their feet. He seated tlie crowd, eÉtry No. 5765 for th© Sl4 8w‘ . and lot 5 ol sec.
t o HI
. ....... ( «lie
I . . . /.
“ t»toi> my paper,” when you are ow,
NOTICE OF FO R EFE ITU RE.
J , u j . 1 1 . ..o r _ h _
S., It. O
3 cast» I lit*
witnesses t«> prove hn continuous residence up- *
Murnhv vnhr h»drs nnd issiiins irV her.*- '
F IL L E D
N e w Goods and N e w Styles
L U R C H ’S
A FU LL L IN E OF
C L O T H IN G ,
B O O T S and S H O E S .
L a d ie s D r e s s Goods, H a t s a n d
D o m e s tic s
All Sizes of Trunks.
This stock has just been refilled and is the
best selected in town.
'iighet<t price* paid for all kindb ot produce.
ing on subscription. Only dea»l
is not paying his iTel.ts stami up.”
beets or nen who are execution
The exception note»! a careworn, * " “*„■»i: Mc01a1ie' A
KeSer. I atei! in Buhemhi, I .ane coiintyf Oregon, for the
- ■ .
; . nia>2 48
U. M. \ batch , Register. | year Uf t»95, and fifty d«»llars in lalmr on said •
proof, cau stop a paper this way. .
buugry lnaividiml, c l o t bed IQ h l 8 ------------------------------------------------------------- mine in 1894, said fiftydollars being Uie local <*u
camp assessment for the year o f 1894. In or«ter
Simply be honest— do as you would 1
to hold sai«i mine under the provisions <»f section
lust summer suit, who slowly assum-
D E A TH TO F R U IT PESTS,
Revised statutes, being the am«>unt re
be done by— ami you will have no
ed a perpendicular position and To make the orchard pay you must Spray. quire«! for holding the same for the year ending
Winter and summer witn Frof, Brown’s Insect tW|
if within ninety days after this notice ^ ’( ) t'i \ (i K G R O Y F
trouble iu stopping your paper. I f loaned Ui»OU tbe back «^f the seat ill Exterminator. The only Insecticide known by puhli«;ati«»n
you fail or refuse to contribute
that will kill all insect life without injury to y«»ur pr«»porti«>n o f su«*h expenditure as co-
a publisher refuses to stop a paper
* “ * be fifty ‘d ollars ($30) as
front of him. “ How is it my friend,”
l)»* u lc i> in
Eminrsed by Individual meml»«*rs, the State interest in said claim, will become the property
to your address after you have paid inquired tlie minister “ that you are Board
o f Horticulture o f California, Oregon and o f the subscribers under said section 2324.
Washington. Us* d by many nurserymen and
H. I*. B k o o k h a r t
all demauds, he does it at his own tlie only man in this large congrega orchardists.
Mv winter wash is the only soiu-j febi-35
J o h n C l u c k y .
that w ill kill th«* Wooly Aphis, fused only
risk, and the subscriber is not liable tion who is unable to meet his obli tion
while the foliage is off. 1 My summer wash is a )
giitiotis?” “ I publish a newspaper,” sure destroyer of the t'odliu Moth eggs, and all
NOTICE OF F O llE F E IT U l\ E.
for the subscription.
except W oolv Aphis; use just after the J
he uietkly replied, “ and mybietheru insects
blossoms fall off. My hop louse wash kills all
I _______ ____
B. T Wiseman
A couple of Chicago doctors claim here, who ha»e just stood up, are insects that infest vines vegetables or plants.
heirs and assigns are hereby notified
The ingredients used in my formula can ho expended one hundr«*d dollars in lalxir on the
S H E E T IR O N W A R E ,
to have discovered that the X r»iys, uiy subscribers, and— ” “ Hvnin one ound in any drug store, costs much less than , Clarence mine situated in Bohemia, Douglas
t\ -s e v e n ” e x c la im - 1 oth(‘r washes.. Full aud explicit directions for county, Oregon, in «»rder t«» hold said m;ne
properly applied, will destroy the h u n d re d an «i e itrb
Under* . tlie provisions of section
Revised W i l d
w o o d A x e s , A m u n it io n , a n d a ll s iz e s c f
•Inc tlie amount required for liold-
Kn»»wing I have a aure remedy, some unprin statutes
a , beu
baci li of cholera, influenza, diph p»1 t h e uiiuister.
year ending isas, and if
cipled parties are now sHling
|nir the same
si lling imitations,
Therefore to discourage all such part ies I have within ninety day» after this n»»tiee by putiliea- ,
The girls of Lawrence, Kansas, concluded
theria, glanders, pneumonia, typhoid,
[fo ra short time only] to reduce the tion you fa ll or refuse to contribute your nr»»-
' “ r f by
" ^ | to portion o f sui
price of the' three formulas to
h expenditure as co-owners which
tubarculosis and antrax. I f this is
N A IL S ,
Shelf ami Building
anv address. Formulas copyrighted, January would be thirty-t
thirty-three nnd one-third dollars Ki“ I »1 full atonic uf
is about six iuvhes sliortcr than mowt 14,1890.
By W. H. BRO N.
i (S33.t-3) as interest in said claim, w ill become the
true the time is ajipronchiiig when dlessen. The Lawrence men have
Entomologist. 1 property of the subscribe under said section, |
p. o . Box. 2237 , San Francisco, Calif.
E l ij a h H a r l a n . \
man will have to live until old age not done a tiling since but wittch
Mention this paper
¿^■K cpairiny: neatly tlonp-,
the clouds looking for a storm.—Ex
R. P IP E R .
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware and
C A R T R ID G E S .
H A R D W A R E s
W i l l m ak e the season o f
T E R M S : - S I N G - L E S E R V I C E , $5;
at E L I
B A N G -S ’
O re g o n
I N S U R A N C E . $15.
M ares insured, m on ey due w hen k n ow n to be w ith fo a l.
R A R E B A R G -A IN .
Insurance money due on all mares changing hands or leaving the country.
Mares from a distance pastured on reasonable terms. Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but will not lie responsible for any.
f A b d a lla h 1
Sir W alter
and 3 others in 2 30
2 17% 1 Chas. Kent m are........ 1 Imp. Bellfounler.
Grand dam of Green’s | One Eye.
Geo. Wilkes, 519
2 20 %
2 :22 Gazette,
2 21 %
Amirew Jackson 4.
2 13% Bjeticatipn,
2:22 f Henry Clay 8 ...... .
F a v o r it e W il k e s
and 34 others i 2.30
■ 0 in
2 :20% [ Dolly Spanker
and two others in
J. M. D „
Telegraph ..................( Baker’s Hylander.
) Phillips mare.
f Hambletonian 10........ j Abdallah 1.
2 . 20 %
Abdallah 15...... ....... | Sire of 41 iu from 2 17 , | Chas. Kent mare.
2 21 %
and 14 others with rec- iuvorite
Maid 2 :14 [ Kate D arling ............. I Andrew Jackson 2.
ords of 2 :30 and better.
Sir Henry mare.
Full brotlier to Bourbon
Dam of Bourbon
and 5 others in 2 .30.
W ilkes sire of 42 listed Lizzie Peebles s. t. b.
in 2 30.*
by Billv W aguer.
Coast man P,
2 08% Tlie only mare on
( Cassius M. Clay 18 by
Bourbon Patchen P ’ 2 09 earth that has 4 sons
Joe Downing 710 sire
\ Henry Clay 8.
Coast Bav P,
2d0% sires of a 2 :20 trotter, of Abe Downing,2:20% Cassius M. Clay 22
2:33% ( Daughter of Abdallah 1.
Abdallah W ilkes P, 2:14
Burbon W ilkes Jr. 2:12%
f American Clay 34___ ,
and 36 »>thers with re
[ H arry Clay, 2:25%
2:26 j Conscript’s
lpl ‘ »lam ........ j Imp. Tranby.
cords of 2 :30 and better.
M aggie B rig g 2 27 t
Sire darns of
] Aratus mare.
Flora Wilkes, 2 :19%
Ella Cl lay.
and 20 others iu 2 :30
f M aggie 1 4 5 .............
Sir W alter J & S 2:18%
l Edwin Forest 49----- l K en tuck y ________
2:19 f Edwin Forest, J r...... ^
Sire of 21 iu 2 :30t Highlander mare.
Chusanie G, 2 15% Garnet,
and 21 others in 2 :30 |
Sire dams of
( W oodford mare.
2 :23% L u a la b a ................... J Chianie G,
| and 6 others in 2 :35 I Grey Eagle.
I K ate P atte rso n .
Roger Hanson. 2:19% L Daughter o f........... } Bolivar mare.
j M am brino Paymaster,
f Mam brino Chief 11 ... \ by Mambrino.
I Sire of
( Gollias’ dam untraced.
Roslyn, (4) 2 :25% Clark Chief 89
Fire o f
1 Lady Thorn,
2 :18% I Downings’ Bay Messen-
Vatican, (5) 2:27%
2 : 19 % t Little
N o rah . \ ger.
W oodford Chief 2 :22
Sister of B ig N o ra h ; ( Highlander mare,
ad 4 others in 2 :30 grandam of Sultan, 2 :24.
2:16% i W axie
iM iss W axie
2:22% i Gano (thoroughbred). ( American Eclipse.
j Betsy Richards
Daughter o f . . ..........■< Sire dams of
Ih a d y T K o rn ,
Membrino Patchen 58.
F o r Sale o r E xch an ge fo r C ot
ta g e G ro ve P r o p e rty .
FARM S IN DOUGLAS CO.
i Pneumonia and
A g e n ts fo r the sale o f the
F a rm fo r Sale or E xch an ge fo r
C o tta g e G ro ve P r o p e rty .
One Oi Tbe Best Stock
•Glen he was stop e l bv a lit.'le :xiy
bout 12 ea s old, q die lagged and
ut of breatl . The boy’s toes pto-
r ided from his shoes, aud his pinch-
ed face toid of great deprivation.
maps o f
mines in Bohemia, made In
= C L O A K I N G .=
425 acres of land, all fenced and 1
cross fenced, about 40 acres of plow
land, 40 more could be easily cleared, ;
balance good pasture bind.' Splendid
garden lan d ; about 5 acres of o r
chard ; 1 good dwelling house and o u t1
buildings; 4 burns; 7 chicken houses. I
sheep and goats can tie
bought on the place. Price per acre I
$8.00. Situated 9 miles from Yoneal- i
la, 1 Y, miles from Elkhead Quick Sil
ver M ines; 20 rods (m m school; 2K
miles from church; 60 rodsfrom post-1
Your Boy Won't Live a Month.
office, mail twice a week
Call on or 1
So Mr. Gilman Brown, of 34 Mill 8t. write W . B fummett , Cottage Grove, i t
South Ganlner, Mass., was told by the
doctors. His son had Lung trouble
following Malaria, :>n»l he spirit thru»
hundred and seventy-five dollar» with
doctors, who finally gave him up say
ing: “ Your boy won’t live a month.”
He tried Dr. King’s New Discovery and
a few bottles restored him to health
but enabled him to go to work a per
fectly well cian. He says he owes his
present good health to use of Dr.
King’s New Discovery, and knows it to
be the best in the world for Lung trou
ble. Trial Bottle Free at J. A. Ben
son's Drug 8tore.
M ore than two-fifths of;
tall deaths i.i this country;
| are caused by con sum p-;
tionand pneumonia. T h is;
diagram tel s the sto ry : ;
BO H E M IA M APS.
new \\ hatcorn, on Bellingham
j bay, that farmers run chances of
' Heart, disease.
large quantities and by im-
having their hay, fruit, etc., entirely
* Apoplexy .
“ Say, you dropped this from your
proving methods, an emul
¡C a n c e r ,..........S B
devoured when they cotue to town
sion must be more perfect pocket, down the street,’’ said the
B y tlie timely use of; with product. One of Bellingham's
than when made in the old- boy, as he hande l the gentleman the
! Dr. A ck er’s E n glish Rent-; dailies says: Every day in the week,1
pocket-book, “ You pulled it out of
i e d y , consumption and; and usually several times a day, a :
time way with mortar and
ywur pocket with your ban iker-
^pneumonia are quickly; drove of horses ami cattle can be 1
pestle a few ounces at a time. ■l.ief,” he continued.
■sand absolutely c u r e d . *
seen following loa»ls of bay ami
This is why Scott’s Emulsion
The stranger looked at the little
\T ake it at the first sign ;
»»tlier produce brought here for sale.
of cod-liver oil never sepa- boy with some surprise. He rtiueui-
; o f sore thro it and lun gs.;
It is unsafe for a farmer to leave
rates, keeps sweet for years, be:ed noticing a l»o_> .-several lilo-.-ks
f A Si-es; 75c , 5»v .ST A 'l I
* AfKF.R M edicine C o . ia-18Chu
which hungry animals can
and every spoonful Is equal to down the street taking in wood from i ». *
in a wagon without at
Uie sireet, aud asked him if he was
every other spoonful.
u p t o d a t e —is9a.
with a clul» or dog to
that one. He received an affirma
In athcr •mulskms you ora llsMo to
The most complete Tariff Text protect it. Sacks of flour, boxes of
get on uneven benefit—either on
over or under dooe. Oct Scott'».
pocket-book contained at tides of Book ever published is the new edi- ^ fruit, bags of grain, packages of
S C O TT’ S EM ULSIO N h »» been endorsed
great value ami considerable money. tion of “ Tariff Facts for Speakers » groceries and crates of vegetables
by the medical profession for twenty year».
(A sk your doctor.) T h i» 1» because :t 1»
•11 examination lie found tnat it had ami Students,’' Defender Document are all plunder for the drove of aui-
mlwayy foimtohto -Oi w o y » uniform -pX m ujx
contains the purest Norwegian Cod-liver O il
een opened, b»»t nothing was miss- No. 9— 260 pages, just out. Pub- mals. Some fanners they cannot
’’ ’’/ u^u^/n^oceinTnd $ 1.00 size». The »mall
ug The boy said lie- s.,w t. e j llKbei »• The American Protective haul bulk hay here at all because so
•ire may be enough to cure your cough or
pi ck* t-bo k fall from the gentle-j Tariff League. Campaign text books much is devoured and wasted by the
help your baby.
mans pocket, and he quickly picked issued just before the election are of city stock.
Cleveland's administration has it up. The temptation was too great little value. Tbe Tariff League is
When you take Simmons Liver
been highly successful-to England. aud he 0ptlfcd it> and 8aw the moMey. to be congratulated on its foresight
Regulator this Spring for your blood, Wishes t»> inform those who »ire contemplating building in the spring to ban
During the past three years, the He waf) trying to beIl, ttt buIUPj bt. in getting out its hand hook so early an| for Maleria be 8ure t0 notc how
in their orders for lumber now. so they can be
United States has failed to pay its gaid und it wu8 almost to()
a in the year. Order by numbei only. wen it works, and how quickly you
running expenses from its receipts teli)ptati(>n to see 80 much money, Sent to any address for twenty-five find yourselves improved in health
by $131,000.000, while for the last but be bad tiually overcome it al„; rents. Address W. F. Wakrman, «ml spirit. “ I was induced to try
year, especially, England has been , b„ rac after tbe gem i(.maQ to jjjve Gen. Sec., 135 West 23,1 S t, New ! Si,," " ° " 8 Liver Regulator, .ml its ae- \N ith any Kin«! of lumber you may wiali, wlii« b will then !>« rc:nly,an<i you
tion was quick and thorough. It im-
won’t have to wait.
more than prosperous, her annual I up tbe find. The gentleman as.-er Y.rk.
]»arted a brisk and vigerouu feeling.
statement showing a net surplus of tained that the boy's pureuts were
It is an exi-ellent remedy.” —J. R.
NOI ICE FOR PUBLICATION.
$40,000,000. Tbe four years of very poor, and going to a grocery
O r d e r s F r o m a D istan ce P r o m p t ly A tte n d e d T o
i Hibiml. Monroe, Iowa.
U n i t e d S t a t e s L a n d O f f i c e ,/
Harrison’s a<!ministration collected be made out a big order fur substan-
R o s e b u k g O regon, Ap .1 27, 1896.) ! S H E R IF F S S A L E ON EXECU-
t » r > •ml in your orders at once.
$124,000,000 more than the cost of tjabj and gave tbe driver the address I Notice is hereby given that the following
running the government. Merely the b()y bad given> tellb)g bil„ to de.
iS M S
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of an Ex-
giving these figures does not prove hver tbe load ,bt.re
Hp tben turn_ U. S. C. CxYoiiimissii.iier at Eugene
3X3 acres one mile west of Yoncalla,
all under fence, about 90 acres in cul
tivation. This place is a model farm,
good orchard of about 1,500 trees, and
well watered with running water all
the year. Good soft well water. All I
farro'ng implements go with farm
and 9 head of cattle. This farm is sit
uated only one mile from You. *” a, a
growing town on the Oregon & Cali
F. ^ -C a ll: To men w h o ’are old fornia R. R. in Douglas Co. $4.000 j
for every thing. W rite or call on W . i
enough to recall the state of public B r u m m e t t , Cottage Grove, Or
feeling of forty years ago it must be
a strange thing that a Senator repre
senting the radical sentiment of
South Carolina should be greeted
with enthusiasm by the radicals of
Kansas. Surely when the boiling
of Carolina blood makes Kansas
bleed in sympathy it is evident that
the Union moves and the peoj 1 ;
r * Consumption’s
A pleasant appearing gentleman
was passing along Grand avenue
from East Morrison ttr, et, yester
He went as far as
4 miles from Cottage Grove, all under
good feuce. 25 acres In cultivation,
150 fruit trees four years old, good
buildings, well watered, two or three
good springs, and one half miles from
good school. Brice $1260. Write or
I f Nicola Tesla's theery is correct call on
W . B rummet ,
Cottage Grove, Or.
that messages can be sent without
AN HONEST LAD.
For sale or trade. Situated 6 miles j
east of Yoncalla on Elk Creek, 480 1
acres, 200 acres good bottom land,
balance bills. This place contaius
about 5000 acres of out side range !
The place is well watered, Elk Creek
running through it und dozens of
good springs on the place. Mostly
all fenced; two sets of buildings;
about 75 fruit trees; school and saw
mill within half mile from the Cin-
nebar mines. Price $3800. Write
W. B rummett ,
Or. Price’s Cream Baking Ptowder or call on
Atfariiaa GoU Mcti»l Midwinter Fiir. Ssn Francava. Cottage GfOVC. Or.
F o r fa r t h e r p a rtic u la rs in q u ire o f
E u g e n e , O re g o n
Morningside Poultry Yards,
H . B L U N D E L L , P r o p r ie t o r ,
B re e d e r o f P r iz e W i n n i n g P o u lt r y .
White Wynu'lottes, Goldeu Wyandottes, Barred nnd W hite Plymouth
| Rocks, Black aud White Minorcas, Rose Comb Black Minormw, Red Caps,
Buff Leghorns, Brown Leghorns, B. B. Red Game Bantams, Etc.
P e k in D u c k s F a n c y P ig e o n s a n d S q u a b s.
E g g s an d S to c k in S eason.« C o rre sp o n d en ce S olicited.
SALEM , OREGON.
«a r6 0 P r iz e s in the la st T w o V e a l's.
2 S w e e p sta k e s.
T r ——r—
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