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THE DAIRY BUSINESS.
TH IC BOHEM IA DISTRICT
O u tlo o k
G ood fo r » B usy
son T h is Y ear.
M in in g
P U B LISH ED EV ER Y SA TU R D A Y.
Or., May 2 2 —
E. P . T H O R P , - - E D IT O R .
Cottage Grove, situated on the
SATURDAY, MAY 30, - - 189G. Southern Pacific railroad, 143 miles j
south of Portland, is a live, progress
ive town with 1000 inhabitants. It
State Republican Ticket.
has r. splendid system of electric
lights and water-works, and is the
For Supreme Judge,
natural supply point for the Bohem
R. S. BEAN,
ia mining district, which promises
For Presidential Electors,
to be one of the most active gold
T. T. GEER,
camps on the Pacific coast. Sixty
S. M. YORAN,
men are now at work building a
E. L. SMITH,
wagon road to the Annie mine,own
J. F. CABLES.
ed by a Chicago eyndicate, and un - 1
der the management of P. J. Jen-|
THOS. H. TONGUE.
For District Attorney, 2nd District, j niugs, a thorough mining man This j
company, it is sa d, will erect largo
W. E. YATES.
chlorination works at the mine this
County R epu b lica n T icket.
season and a 20-sL- ap mill.
J. B. McGee at one time connect
L D. DRIVER.
ed with the Annie, will soon start
development work on some very
S. L. MOORHEAD,
promising prospects. The 10-stamp
T. J. VAUGHN,
mill at the Champion is running on
D. G. PALM
full time. Mr. Cook, of California,'
owner of the old Music mine, is ex
A. J. JOHNSON.
pected here iu a few days, and will
again start the stamps dropping on
A. C. JENNINGS.
some good ore.
Although the camp promises to
E. O. POTTER.
be active this summer, it is useless
for any one to attempt to prospect
now, on account or the snow, a four-
foot fall having occurred the past
D. P. BURTON.
fortnight. It is thought by old
residents that the district will not
I. N. BAILEY.
be free from snow till June 20. The
For School Superintendent,
snow now is about 15 feet deep at
C. S. HUNT.
the Annie and Music mines, while at
the Champion and Star mines there
C. M. COLLIER.
is scarcely none.
The Pacific Milling & Smelting
DR. J. W. HARRIS.
Corapanv, on Elk Head, Douglas
angels as eat-1
Is the Wail of the
Nerves for Food
People with Weak, Flabby Nerves are the Ones who
Suffer. They may be Relieved by Building up
their Nerves with a Nourishing Nerve Food.
An Interesting Interview with A Prom inent Phy
sician and a Case in Point Cited.
F rom the Jo u rn a l, K irk tv ille , Mo.
“ W h a t fa tb it modern disetse called ner
vous prostration ?”
I f tliis question had been asked a physi
cian in our grandfathers’ time, he could not
ready said of them. ITer only renson for
talking for publication about Pink Pills was
that the people o f A d air and neighboring
counties might he convinced, i f any doubted,
that ofl-nuhlished testimonials*concerning
The disease was ___Pink Pills were genuine statements from the
lips o f persons who have been benefited by
It i* new, and is a product o f | ^
n s e „ j them .
^ o f her own iu»
our Am erican hustle and worry. Stated in j teres ___
_______ , _rs. G ehrke said :
was com pletely
brief, nervous prostration is a com plete col
broken down. I had been taking medicine
lapse o f the nervous system. It is brought
from a doctor but grew worse anu worse un
on by overwork, worry or disease, and the til i could scarcely go about nt all.
patient can only be cured by rest and a least exertion or the mere bending o f m y
proper feeding o f the nerves.
N otice the dragged-out appearance o f the spells, and the suffering was terrible.
average mother. She can scarcely drag her thought it was caused by m y heart.
se lf arou nd; her nerves and strength have
been overta xed ; ’ he has no reserve force. I had given up all hopes o f ever being any
Sh e keeps up, but it is at the expense o f her thing but a helpless invalid, I chanced id
nervous system. F in ally she is overcom e; read some testimonials in the Farm , Field
she can work no m o re , her nerves are e x and Fireside, also in the Chicago Intn-Occon
hausted ; the cares and worries o f her life and the suffering o f the people who made
leave gotten the better o f her, and it w ill re the statements was so nearly lik e the suffer
ing I had endured that when I read that they
quire weeks and months to recover.
Thoughtless people s a y : “ H ow foolish to were so greatly benefited by the use ot Dr.
work so hard and how foolish to w orry.” W illia m s^ P in k P ills for Pale People, 1 did
T h at is very w ell, but how many thousands not hesitate to go at once and purchase two
I took Diem according to directions
o f mothers there are who have burdens boxes.
enough for a score, and whose poor, weak and before the first box was used I felt a good
little bodies endure uncom plainingly all the bit better. R eally the first dose convinced
burdens until finally they have to stop and m e that it was a great remedy. Before the
U is a question i f they h*.ve not waited too two boxes were used up I sent m y husband
after three more boxes, so I would not be
W h en I had used these
In cases o f this kind there is a food within without them .
the reach o f all, and it is alw ays effective. three boxes I felt like »d ifferent woman and
11 is to the weakened nerves what bread and thought I was alm ost cured.
“ Since that time I have been taking them
beef are to the muscular system . It supplies
them all the properties necessary to ouild whenever I began to feel badly. W h e n I
them up, strengthen them and restore them began taking Dr. W illia m s’ Pink P ills for
to a vigorous, healthy condition. This new Pale People, I weighed on ly 113 pounds and
f iod is Dr. W illia m s ’ P in k P ills for Pale after I had been u sin g th e medicine for about
People. I f space permitted, we could fili six months I weighed 122 pounds. I have
pages o f this paper with the heartfelt testi had a good appetite ever since I commenced
m onials o f thousands who have found in taking Pink Pills and instead o f m incing
these pills their salvation. W e only give along, picking such food as I could eat even
one. hut later others w ill be published that with an effort, I eat most anything that
wilt be read with m uch interest by anyone comes on the table. I a m not the invalid I
raiferine with weakened nerve* as a result o f i was.
I do not have to lx- waited upon tuny
' as i f I was a helpless child, but I work nil
¡h e season or otherwise.
X o more deplorable condition o f the h u -j the time, doing the housework and i r .r i 'C
■ liodv can be conceived than that o f and w orking
K in the ; garden
ich comes over a pors n
ery nerve in the j dreadful feeling vrhic
nervous prostration, whenevei
rvstero seems to vie with the others to make when they are afraid they are going to have
you miserable, when even the sunshine irri- one o f those spells that I used to h o.
‘ ‘ W o rk don’ t h u r t me any more. I Iirn-
t it-s you, when the happy prattle o f the child
Til i.Avts the lovin g parent, when life is estly believe that had it not been for l ?r.
illia m s ’ Pink P ills I would now be in r y
il lum ed by a constant foreboding, when the
light o f life seems to turn to a sm oking, grave. I still have what the doctor calls bil
sm ouldering flame o f torture— that’s part o f ious colic but the Pink P ills have made r¡so
nervous prostration, ju st a phase o f this m uch better and the spells are not so frequent
nnuy-sided disease. A s its grasp upon you and are nothing like as painful as before I ! e-
strengthens von lose, perhaps, the power to gan to use them . I would not be without the
walk, to talk , to think , even the power to Pink P ills for that disease alone under a r y
1 vc. Death would be welcome, but ala s! it circumstances to say nothing o f the other dis
c DU “- not until the cup o f suffering is full to eases for which they are especially ri com
r io ving. Such has been the experience mended. I take pleasure in telling m y m ij !•-
>ors the benefits I have received from D r.
»■'"Mr. Henry G ehrke, whose story is best
W illia m s’ Pink P ills for Pale People, an l
to l i;i his own words.
T o show the results o f this nerve food on a know o f several who have taken m y ju l. ice
s’-'*ci:i! case, to prove the points above made, and have been greatly benefited by th em .”
Dr. W illia m s’ P in k P ills contain, in a
c » r reporter made the following interview :—
if ‘ try Gehrke is a thrifty and prosperous condensed form, all the elements neecssarv
r.-M-. n ni firm er liv in g four miles south o f to give new life and richness to the Me« t
J> illi'Ci, in this (A d air) county. Mo.
Mr. and restore shattered nerves. They are ail
(.i rihr'- e has a valuable farm and lie has been unfailing specific for such diseases as loco
a i— ; <1 i:t o f the county for years. H e is very motor ataxia, partial paralysis, £ t . Vitus*
v. dl-k<io’.vn hereabouts n:vl well respected dance,sciatica, neuralgia, rh- piir-tism, nerv
v •¿er;>vrtr he is known. Lnrt week a reporter ous headache, the after effect o f hi grippe,
palpitation o f the heart, pale and sallow
m i -.*' Journal stopped at M r. G ehrk e’s and
v.-ii:]•* there becam e m uch interested in M rs. com plexions, all forms o f weakness either in
fti’ hrke's account o f the benefit she had not male or female, anrl all diseases result‘ n®
since experienced from the use of Dr. from vitiated humors in the 'blood. P .ik
V- ¡d a m s’ Pink P ills for Pale People. $S he P ills arc sold by all dealers, o'r w ill he s \
^ i | she wanted everybody to know what a post paid on receipt o f price, fib cents a ’
_ lieinc these pills arc, but as so m any or six boxes for $2.50 (they gre never»
are praising them now-a-days, she in bu lk or by the ICO) by nc^dresrimr
Medicine « C on u 'aày , üciici e.«
-b-atly doubted whether her testimony W illia m s’
> .1 an ything to wkut ft hero had ¿u- tudy. N , Y i
have answered it.
Aery few people realize the ex
tent anil magnitude of the dairy
business. It is of enormous propor
tions and each year witnesses »large
increase iu the number of cows and
the production of milk and butter.
In 1889 the value of dairy products
The man with the tattoo
in this country exceeded that of nil marks on his skin would be
the wheat grown that year l>y near
foolish to attempt to wear
According to the eleventh census them off by hard work. The
there were in the United States in person with a severe cough
I 1890 10,504,609 cows, valued at or cold is about as unwise to
I $302,001,729 and the cheese produc attempt to wear that off. This
ed was nearly $500,000.000. These
" wear off ” idea has cost
! figures are based on an average
yield of 315.4 gallons of milk from many a life.
each cow. All together these cows
produced 5,209,125,607 gallons of
milk and 1,024,22s,408 pounds of of Cod-liver Oil, with Hypo-
phosphites, gives immediate
Oregon has great natural advan aid by smoothing the cough
tages for the dairy business. We and supplying tonic remedies
believe that it may be truthfully
stated that. Western Oregou is bet to the weakened system. It
consumption b y
ter adapted for this branch of inten prevents
sified agriculture than any other promptly curing these colds
section of the whole country. The and supplying the preventive
¿fevernl weeks of our dry season, iu power by which the system
which part of the grass dries up in
can withstand disease.
the Willamette valley counties, (but
SC O T T'S EMULSION has been endorsed by tbs
fo r twenty years. ( Ask your doc
not in our coast counties) are much tor.) 7 profession
bis is because it is always palatable—always
mote tlinn offset by the long and uniform—always contains the purest C^orwegiai
Oil and Hypophospbites.
cold winters of the states east of us Cod-liver
*Put np in so cent and £ / .o o stfes. The sm*ll i g #
There i- no good reason why Oreg may be enough to cure your cough or help your bay.
on should not eventually become the
A log-making and frost-fighting
greatest dairying state. She is het- machine has been invented and used
er calculated to lead than is Iowa, with success in the orchard' .bou
.la ng !-nil bue m the -Dring to hut.
inform those «'bo an eon
hat comiuonvealth now i.auks us
in their orders for lninlx r now. so they run he
| San Jose, Cal. Frost is the orchard
he first in the union, with nearly ist’s most dreaded enemy, and here
>ue million and a half cows, 500
tofore when one has been expected
i cameries and cheese factories and
all available help lias been kept busy
yearly production of 120,030,219 maintaining brush fires about the
I in«? of lumber vi e inav wish, wliieh w ill then lie ready, ami yon
-ouiuls of butter. The value of the
. . . .
I orchards and vineyards. The nia-
won’t have to wait.
amei - \ products
. • is a , furnace on
' a sled
, , Around
* , ........... ot . Iowa
... for In'Jo ; ehine
U. over $13,000,000. We cau lume
the sides and on top of the furnace
-verything for thè dairyiog business! is a wire netting, into which are Ordens
a Distance P rom ptly Attended To
latenti he producati ni I.iw i. Wel
packed straw ami other material
i \e se ve lai ver« nnpivtaui udvan-
which will hold moisture. The sled
d 111 \ I nr emu I
ages over th.-it -iute. i in ie is un
also carries a water tank, and the
i p:essimi in nome qua lora timi packing about the furnace is left COTTAGI-. whUV h,
e “si ritb cow is thè mos, reliuble
wet. The fire is fed with brush, and
alik.rfm thè fami, ó.u isli s p e the smoke distributed from a num
nteli bv tue depuriun-iit of agri \ ber of chits nets. With the smoke
¡(itine ut Washington »1 > n >t show j and steiitn a fog is produced which
.iti-, however. Tinta thè Districi of i envelops the orchard, keeping up
oblino la. « hi. li iias t he li giiod p r the temperature and warding off
• m in ge of pure lucd enti le tu tln frost.
United States Las ulso thè high, «t
The fact that women are now Ot! - 1.EM ATI,
yeurlv milk production, 5 i l galio-.m
r e..e h cow, «« Siile New Mexico wiu i cupymg positions a n I 1 battling for
A tU U , LINE «O
thè !owest ptoduction of inilk pei opportunities which have hitherto
ow. or lese tlian 39 galloni« per y.ai.
he average uiuuul vivid >f unii. I to the other w-:, does Dot imply
} « i < t v» Ui I :.« Unite*
tes, ilio 1 that they tire growing unwomanly.
galions ta }• ■■«
With !,r“ l i. r . are It is ••In llv till index of changed
ami atteiitn n to the 1 ee lUjt* the ! social comliiioiiH, un i a greater tie-
\ ìeiiì could lv raised t. 5000 poüiiot*, | glee of sijit-depeiidei.ee on the part
CU 575 ¿rftliolis which ift lilt* UÌ i r' i ìl of the female sex. Rational frec-
A N ew Line of Ladies’
CLAOKS AND JACKTS.
Boucle Dress Goods.
= C L O A K IN G .=
Agents for the sale of the
III I I MH1.
B E R.
New Goods and New Styles
A whole covey of
has been active at work for
tors could not suit everybody in the past four m mths developing the
old Todd quicksilver mine, about 8
»•inning a newspaper.
miles from Yoncalla, the nearest
The first carload of California railroad point. A 250-foat upraise
cherries was shipped east on the 18 from the end of a 275-foot tunnel
has been made, and the tunnel ex-
tended 130 feet yeyoud the upraise
A man should be careful who he
uncovering a 20 foot body of excel
calls a crank. How does he know
lent ore. The 2o0-foot upraise also
but that some individual has the
contains about 60 feet of excellent
same opinion of him?
ore, and work will soon be com
Htmidan« ft»» a good cow, 1 limigli ! doln is as vv holt so in for wr.ntnn as
It is a mistake, and a big one, to menced on a fine ore furnace. The
I for men, an 1, in it lias tended h. de-
teach boys and girls that labor is mine is well situated, there being
it wiil ta'se creami li. s lo proper ! «-t lop aud » : lengthen the ma-linens
disgraceful, and to do nothing for a plenty of wood and water near by
ly deve.op thè iudustvy in Oregon I of men, it cannot fa-l. .-.ay» a w riter,
living is more becoming to society. •and the ore can be brought to the
Every town iu thè WilinmeUe va.lo« | to have like effect upon !ne worn m-
j furnace bv gravity — Oregonian.
nught to bave oue.— Oregon States I I mess of woman — F m go F .iuin .
Wln.t is an ¡advertisement? The
business medium from obscurity to
The Oregon State Board of Hor
WHY CREAM TURNa LITTER
publicity Come out of the woods ticulture recently adopted the fol
maps of valuable gold
through the columns of T he L eader . lowing:
It is a frequent complaint of farm mines in Bohemia, made by Harvey
Whereas, for some time during
ers who keep only one or two cows
So W eyler is going to shoot every
Taylor, who ««as iu that district
the past, it has seemed to the sever
that it is no use to milk them in
body w io continues to keep corn in
surveying lust fall, for nale at T he
al members of the Stater Board of
bis house! Pretty soon he will want
E. P. T uobp .
the fable, for the cream ««ill turn L i iwsi .vgLc.
the State of Oregon i
bitter oetoie ft can Lie cihirnea, and
to sequoster all tite breezes that
that there is O-ixreat necessity fo r 1
will make butter even - when fresh adVertised iu T hu L eader . Mr.
Jblovv over Cuba and so smother the
T h e D iscovery
State Su nday S c h o o l t'o n v en tio n
more rudimentary knowledge among
will be of poor flavor. The trouble Blundell keeps the best stock in
Mr. G. Caillouctt Druggist, Rear- is that in winter most farmers' hour- Oregon.
The Annual State Sunday School
our people on the subject of horti
Convention will be held June 9-11 ersville, 111., says: “ T«f Dr. King.s' es are filled with odors of vegetables
A town may grow gradually with culture; and
at Portland, iu the Centenary M. E. New Discovery I owe nty life. Was ! stored in tbe cellar, and the uir lad-
Whereas, this occupation is
out manufacturing interests but it
; en with tbe germs of bacteria, is
on the East Side. The pro taken with La Grippe ‘and tried all;
takes tho: e interests to put that new
the physicians for mifts »bout, but o f
to deposit them on milk, Btored
anvwhei-n in Dm bouse
life and vigor into a place that one iu which the general public is ° gram this year has been prepared
. , no avail and was givvm
up and told 1 atOwnele »» tbe uousc. vvnei» e
means an extensive growth.
could not live. Haviitfe Dr. King’s
Whereas, it would be t hte long | practical assistance to every school! New Discovery in my store I sent for a oue cow aud she partly dry, it may
take a week or ten days to gather
The spring of I860 is said to have benefit to the recipients -v t ether the represented.
bottle and begun its use and from the enough to make a churning. Iu Office in Mcinzcr Residence
been some like the present one. The life’s labor was spent in -o intry or
This is a mass convention to which first dose began to get better, and after
such cases it is nearly impossible to
rain continued up to election day. city occupation; and
all Sunday-school workers are in- using three bottles was up and about make good winter butter. Stirring
The roads were horrid. There were
who have country or city
Wbereas, it is impossible for the vited. The number of delegates again. It is worth iis weight in gold the cream daily helps it if the cream
property for stile would do well to call
no rail-oads and all appointments j
Boarci ¡ n ¡fs work to reach the from each school is not limited. Free We won’t keep store or house without; is kept where the fresh air thus ad
<m him The following is a few spec
were nmde on horseback.
i youths of our lard in tbisf indamcn- entertainment will be furnished all it.’’ Get a free trial at J. A. Benscu’s milled will not be full of odors and ial bargains in farms.
bacteria. It is very important that
A RARE BARGAIN.
D. G. Palm is on« of natures noble ‘ al instruction as they desi.e; there- who present credentials as delegates
cows be milked in whiter as long as
160 acres of land with running
from their superintendant or secre-
men. He is identified closely with
water the whole year; fine fir ami
Resolvcd, that it is the judgment : tary, but names of ell such must be the City a little while ago whose milk
the farmers and the tax payers aud
cedar saw timber, never culled; 20
acres cleared with some fruit trees.
will be found battling for their in -; of this Board that the Stata Board oiailed at once to the State secreta coming and going were worthy of
such milking on their own future
note, but were not noted. She is milk-producing capacity and that of Will make a splendid fruit place
tercsts. H 9 will be ffouth Lane’s of Public Instruction should take ry.
next representative in the next legis-; measures to introduce into the Pub- j Delegates paying full fare over over eighty years old, reared sons to the calves they are bearing. The and only 5 miles south of Cottage
lie School of this state a rudimentary ! the Southern Pacific lines will be die for a country she had seen little extra care of cows in wiuter which Grove.
line of instruction in horticulture, as returned at one-third fare. But note of and daughters to pick lint for w inter dairying secures tends strong A FINE 80 ACRE FARM I OR
An average of $100 per mouth is
the essential elements of ou - educa carefully, that in every case the del those who had gone to w ar; but ly to improvement in their dairy-
too much for attorney fees for ad
tion to fit men and women or intel- egate must take a receipt when pay- they were all dead— her husbaud value, as neglect at this time tends 4 miles from Cottage Grove, all under
vising a county judge to hold himself
to make them less valuable. This
ligent labor on the farm and in the I ing fare to Portland, showing that «vas dead— and now she is going ought to be eonsiuered by thoHe who good fence. 2-5 acres in cultivation,
lev«LJ.The taxpayers of^Lant couu-;
150 fruit trees four years old, good
tbe holder is a delegate to the Sun about to say good morning and good think of giviug up wiuter dairying. buildings, well watered, two or three
ty can now put a stop to this by 1
day-school convention, and this re evening to a country she has a If they begin to milk ouly eight or good springs, and one half miles from
electing E. O. Potter who posseses
good school. Price $1200. Write or
ceipt must be countersigned at the thousand reasons for holdiug dear. nine mouths iu the year they will eall on
MAXE IT UNANIMOUS.
the necessary legal ability to know
Cottage Grove, Or.
A stout young neighbor accompan er dairying — American Cultivator.
For Sale or Exchange for Cot
Ii- w°uld be an unnecessary waste
Copies of the Oregon Sunday ies her wherever she goes, and she
tage Grove Property.
E. O. Potter is tbe proper man 1 . language to laud W. L. Yates’ School Tidings, containing the pro- has been going most of the time for
425 acres of land, all fenced and
about 40 acr«s of plow
for judge of Lane county. With , V ilify and integrity to the people gram and further particulars, may a _vear or two— traveling by easy V o c a lu la r y T h a t is U sed E v e ry Day m E very
land. 40 more could be easily cleared,
N ew sp a p er Office.
fine legal attainments he will not | Benton county. There is no man be secured by addressing the State 8tftges, spending a week here and
balnuce good pasture land. Splendid
Many people are not aware that garden land; about 5 acres of o r
have to consult an attorney for fear j that knows him, but that likes and Secretary, Mr. F. R. Cook, at Port- I there and a month elsewhere, thht
printers have a language of tlieir chard : 1 good dwelling house and out
he will go wrong. He will not have 1 respects him. Ho is the old-fash land.
buildings; 4 barns; 7 chicken houses.
she may rest before continuing on
that is almost uuintelligible to Horses, sheep and goats can be
to put Lane county to the expense ioned sort of a good man— plain,
C ure F o r H eada ch e.
tbe uninitiated. The following giv bought on the place. Price per ucre
of paying an attorney for that which agreeable, straigl tforward and un-
As a remedy for all forms of Head er she spent in Southern California, es an idea of the priuting office lin $8.00. Situated 9 miles from Yoncal
a county judge should know him unassuming. He has held several ache Electric Bitters has proved to the winter before iu tbe South, the go: “ Dan, you put Geo. Washington la, 1 '/, miles from Elkhead Quick Sil
ver Mines; 20 rods from school; V /,
self. In this matter alone he mav positions of trust without a breath be the the very best. It effects a per- \ summers where it is cool and a few on the galley and finish up that miles from church ; 60 rodsfrom post-
be able to save the tax pavers hun- of criticism against his management, manent cure and the most dreaded months now and again in her Ohio murder you commenced yesterday. office, mail twice a week. Call on or
Set up the ruins of Herculaneum write W B rummett , Cottage Grove,
tlreds— possibly thousands of dol- Benton county doss well in so gen- habitual headache yield to its influ
home for additional resting. The is aud distribute the small-pox. Lock Or.
lars by knowing just what to do and | erally supporting him.
ence. We urge all who are afflicted a tireless observer, not a*. all afraid up Jeff Davis and slide Bob Inger-
knowing how to have it well bone. !
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I here is no doubt whatever, but to procure a bottle, and give this reme of strangers or timid in R«kiug about soll into the hell box and leave the
U n it e d S t a t e s L a n d O f f ic e ,
A. J. Johnson the candidate for Mr. Yates will have an overwhelm dy a fair trial. Iu cases of habitual the things she wauts to know about, pie alone till after dinner. Put the R o s e b c r g , O r . A p r il 2 5 , 1 8 9 ';.!
sheriff of Lane county, is one of ing majority in Benton and there
Notice H hereby given that the follow Ing-
aud she enjoys every ne-v scene or
named settler has till'd notice of her intention to
those plain and honest citizens who I wil1 be no party lines drawn when giving the needed tone to the bowels, i object of interest with all the zest of devil and put him to work on Deac make final proof in support of her elaim. ami that
on Fogg’s article on “Eternal pun said proof will be made before J o e l W a k e , U.
will bear acquaintance. Neighbors, it comes to voting for district attor and few cases long resist the use of this i a bride upon her wedding tour. “ It ishment.’’ Now this is all simple S. C. C. Commissioner at Eugene, Oregon, on
June 2». 189«, vi/.. Anna M McCbuie on home
friends and those who have had ney. Let us make it unanimous.
stead entry No. 6.125 for the S U Nw ,, and lots
and $1 00 at J. A. Benson's Drug j ha8 been the desire of my life, she enough when translated into English 2,
3 o f see. 4. tp. 21 S., R. 3 east. He names the
business dealings with him unite in Some of our neighbors may be new
and not near so rough as the reader following witnesses to prove his continuous res
upon and cultivation of, said land, viz
recommending him as thoroughly comers and not acquainted with
A lon zoS. W infrey, George Carter, Israel .).
and if there is time I mean to know
Theresa J . Gray, all of Hazel Dell:
The meanest man o d earth at the Oregon.
honest and upright. His business Benton’s popular candidate.
The Sacramento Pee speaks of the it before x .,0 to thlt otber countrv
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qualifications are unquestioned, aud us tell them about him and our
cently in the following strain: “It! . " ^ ‘ t ,u* .fn#nd8 have £°°e. While For some time he has studied to
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
his friends have no fear of bis abili
was not, as the spectator might ! her loved ones lived there was al torture the infant child of his wife.
ty to fill the office of sheriff of Lane district attorney lie will be sensible think, a meeting of the woman teach-; "ays some one to do for anil her Neighbors will testify that he picks Laud Office at Roseburg, Oregon,
April 25, 18%.
county creditably to himself at.d the as well as active. That be will see ers of this city and county. It was louged-for sight-seeing had to wait
chdd up by the ears and then
.. whips it because it cries. At differ- Notice ts hereby given tliat the following-
people again. It does not pay to tliat trivial cases brought to gratify a meeting of all the teachers, irres — wait until
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
she was 80; but as “a ll1
final proof i.i support of his claim, and that
stop in the middle of a river to trade PriTate sr>te wiil uot be allowed to pective of sex, and the half-dozen things come to those who wait,” the ent times it has been bis great de make
proof will be made before J o e l W a k e U.
; light to take chews of tobacco from said
C. C. Commissioner at Eugene, Oregon, on
teams, better go ahead and take no ! be » gw-at expense to tbe people, subdued-looking men present were opportunity to see her country came I his mouth aud force tbe little one to S.
June Jh IBM, via: Israel J. Grav on homestead
not spectators by any means. They
entry No. ST«.« for the S ' , Hw1, and lot s ol see.
chances of disaster when one team Ihat he will usa business, as well as were the sole surviving remnants of at last to her.
chew it, resulting iu the child be 18, tp. 21 S., K J ea»L lie names the following
witnesses to prove nw-eontinnoos resideoee up
is known to be safe. Mr. Johnson
coming very sick. To satisfy his on
the male county school teacher, a
and cultivation of. said land, viz: Almanza C.
McClane, Alonzo S. Wlnirev. George i arler and
race which like tli6 North American
is a plain, American citizen. His
Anna M. McClaur, all o f Hazel Dell. Oregon.
he poured pepper sauce down the may 2 48
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good qualities, his entire fitness for inform our friends of these things buffalo is fast becoming extinct, In
We are ready to accept 20 and 22
child’s throat, aud then beat it
the office is beyond doubt. He will
when it cried with agony. A slow
Ian ^ave ^een wiped off of the face of T h e L ea d e r in the country.
do his whole duty honestly and fear man we speak of in everyday
( tire put under this uian would be too
Notice is hereby given that I, the
n I the earth to take their place in the
Mrs. O. H. Willard will weave easy punishment. Satan will prob undersigned, have posted trespass
lessly. M hen the polls are closed 6
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respective premises and
carpet for 12£ and 15 cents per yard I ably have the necesjaty arrange- notifes on
June 1, you wdl Bee that he will zette.
° ' all persons trespassing thereon after
There is no fruit which responds , and take produce, or orders for the : ments made to give him the Ter7
this date will be prosecuted to the full
have the largest role of any candi
There are live aed dead business to thorough cultivation as substan- same One mile west of the Post best in the stock.— Hartford City extent of tin law
date for ‘ tis position.
men. The former advertise
liallv as ¡ati.iv, Lenita.
Real Estate Agent,
L U R C H 'S
BOOTS ar.d S
Goods, Hats and
This stock lias just been refilled and is the
best selected in town.
|E;iF"Tlie liigbci-t prices paid fur a l l kind,
I E D W
A R E
S R. PIPER.
D e a l e r s in
Hardware« Stares, Tinware and
SHEET IRON W A R E ,
W ild wood Axes, Amunition, and all sizes of
C A R T R ID G E S .
Keep a full stock «1
Shelf and Building
’Repairing neatly d o r « :
T H. B L U N E 'E L L , Prop rietor,
Breeder of Prize W inning Poultry.
White Wyandotte», Golden Wyandotte», Barred and White Plrmnntk
Rocks, Black aud White Minorca», Rose Comb Black Minorcis R ^ C .,!.
Buff Leghorns, Brown Leghorns, B..B. Red Game
Pelt in jjuokc.. Pudicj
E g g s and Stock in Season. Correspondence Solicited
WT0O P rizes in the last Two Y ears.
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