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'a pan of hot water on th» floor aid
the little girl stumbled from si me
and fell into the water. Nearly
Mis Dorcas Fessenden, wife of Ma
Following is a general program of I jor Fessenden, died at b«r home five the entire surface of her back wts
the Fourth of July celebration to be miles west of Eugene, Saturday after- scalded but fortunately the water was
held at Coburg:
! noon, June 25, 1904, st the age of 69 not hot enough to burn very deep.
Program of Exercises to be Held
Oration, Milt A Miller,of Lebanon. ' years, two months and five days. The
Log rolling contest in the mill ' funeral was held today at 10 a m at
on the Fourth of July.
pond, t y expert loggers, for a prize. the family home, and the remains
Tug of war.
were interred in the 1 O O F cerne-.
Ball ga e.
hollowing is the program of the
tery. The deceased leaves a husband
The schooner Mayflower came in
Professional foot race.
Fourth of July celebration at Crow :
nd fl'e children, as follows: Fred from San Francisco Monday after-
The forenoon exercises will consist
E Fessenden, of Eugene; Frank M noon.
i Fessenden, of Loe Angeles; Mrs Cora
The schooners Wing and Wing and
Reading of the Declaration of Inde
1 Weaver, of Eugene; Mre C A Hosier, Kioee came io Saturday after cargoes
Orange tating contest.
pendence by Eugene Holland.
. of Baker City, and Mrs Carrie Lane, of lumber.
Cracker eating ?ontest.
Oration by Leon R Edmundson.
of Cottage Grove.
J. E. Barnes is confined to bis bed
Music by the band.
with an a beets. He is rt the home
Music by the choir, end ritmiiiv Fireworks in the evening.
of J. C. Phelps.
Grand ball tit night.
Wm. Kyle returned Wednesdav
Music by Harrisburg orchestra.
At the family home on Cottage evening from Eugene, where he had
A big day for everbyody.
The afte.oon program will consist
Coburg has the finest grove in the street, «alem, Oregon, Satuiday, the satisfaction of winning bis case in
for a celebration. Fine water June 25, 1904, to Mr and Mrs Willie E the circuit court. It was a suit
I brought by Guggenheim A Co. on a
I McElroy, a eon.
nod good piece to hitch teems,
Ladies’ nail driving contest.
chitteal bark deal.
Little girls foot race,
To J S Flint and wife, near Irving,
A the annual eshool meeting O. W.
Little boys’ foot tace.
June 22, 1994, a sou.
Hurd and Wm. Kyle were elected di
Fat man's race.
and W. 11. Weatberson clerk.
Free for all foot race.
June 22, 1904, to Mrs and Mr. C. O. I The clerk's report shows the number
of children of school age in the dis
Irving,June 27.—A good rain would Btolberg, an eleven-pound girl.
trict tr> be 107.
( be very acceptable to the farmers and
Joseph Dunson, of Heceta, imornis
Tug of war.
ns that he expects tc start a crew oi
The hay crop is now fast maturing, j
fifteen ar eighteen men at work aoout J
Suitable cash prizes will be given and will soon he ready for the mow-
Further reports from the frost last August 1, tc open the county road i
tor each contest.
A prize will aiso be given to the i Wm Humpbrf.v received a flue Thursday and Friday nights state that from Heceta up to the Lincoln coun- ■
faauds'jmest girl and to the homeliest | threshing outfit this week. Mr Hum-j up the McKenzie river,in the vicinity ty line. Counting what be had raised '
plirt y is one of our most progressive; of Walterville, whole fields of corn by subscription and wnat lhe county;
Gruud ball in the evening. All are farmers, and believes in the most im-; which bad attained a height of from court has agreed to contribute be has 1
proved and scientific methods of con- eight inches to a foot, were com about $700 to expoud on the road.
, ducting the farm, and is prospering pletely ruined. Beaus and other veg
etables were also killed outright.
All next week Dr. Lowe, the oculo-
I where others have tailed.
This, together with the extremely dry oprician, will he in his Eugene office.
Rev. McDonald Remains
weather now prevailing, is going to Dr Lowe, while in New York recent
ing done in this district, the result work a great hardship to many
far- I ly, took a post-graduate course on the
of which will be greatly appreciated mere.
eye and in ophthalmic mechanics,
W O Zeigler, wha returned last
and now has oue of the best equipped
Messrs Chas Powell and Wiley Max
night from the Oregon conference of
outfits On the coast. If you want the
the United Brethren church at Salem,
best eye service, the best glasses, at
left that city before the stationing tendance at the annual aession of the
reasonable prices—in fact, if you warn
committee bad finished its work, but Y PSC E of the U B church, which
The Ladies of the G. A. R. were to save money, see Dr. Lowe.
he was certain before he left that Rev convenes at that place this week. W
much surprised at their regular
The Roseburg lodge of Elks will
Cleo E McDonald,pastor of the church K Lord expects to go down Wednss-
meeting on June 25th by a gift of a build a tw< -storv building this year.
in this city, wouia be kept here an day morumg.
Miss Li via Bond weDt to Cottage beautiful Bible from Mrs R. A. Bart The building will be of brick and
Ker Mr McDonald has given excel Grcva last week, where she expects to lett. The gift was very muoh needed stone, and will be a credit to that
lent satisfaction during his pastorate organize a class in music. She is a and greatly appreciated by the mem town. The lower floor will be used
by the military company tor an ar
here,and bis many friends are pleased fine musician, and we bespeak for her bers of the order.
rnory, while the seoond floor will be
to know that be will remain here.
Mr. Zeigler says that reports from
fitted for lodge pu poses.
Little Girl Scalded
A eon of W H Marden and friend,
lhe denomination’s state college at
Mr Wilcox, arrived here Thursday
Philomath show a successful growth
Browusville is a “dry” town, hut
during the past year. The college
Florence West: Thelma, the three"- the Times of that place says: “A
Mr and Mrs Carey are visiting year-old daughter of Mr and Mrs K N
building will be remodeled and en
I shipment ol 72 bottleB of boer arrived
larged this summer at, a cost of $7000 with Jno Briggs.
Weathereon,was severely scalded Wed I in Brownsville Saturday, consigned
or $c000,new equipment installed,etc I B F Bond was in Eugene Friday.
nesday morning. Her mother bsd <e_ to several young men of the city.
Calicoes at 3 7-8c the yard
India Linens as low as 5c
Scrofula manifests itself in many ways. Swelling of the glands of ths
neck and throat, Catarrh, weak eyes, white swelling, offensive sores and ab
scesses, skin eruptions, loss of strength and weakness in muscles and joints.
It is a miserable disease and traceable in almost every instance to some
family blood taint.
Scrofula appeared on the head of my
Scrofula is bred in the
little grandchild when only 18 month!
old, and spread rapidly over her body.
bone, is transmitted
The disease next attacked the eyoe and
from parent to child,
we feared she would lose her sight. Em
inent physicians were consulted, but
the seeds are planted in
do nothing to relieve the little iu-'
infancy and unless the
nocent. It was then that we decided to
try S. 8. 8. Thet medicine at once made
blood is purged and pu
a speedy and complete oure. She is now
rifled and every atom of
a young lady, ana lias never had a sig*
the tai nt removed Scrof
of the disease to return.
ula is sure to develop at 160 South 6th Street. KBS. RUTH Salina,
some period in your life.
No remedy equals S. S. S. as a cure (or Scrofula. It cleanses and builds
up the blood,'makes it rich and pure, and under the tonic effects of thia
great Blood Ren.edv. the general health improves, the digestive organs are
strengthened, and there is a gradual but sure return
tc health. The deposit of tubercular matter in the
joints and glands is carried off as soon as the blood
is restored to a normal condition, ard the sores, erup
tions. and other symptoms of Scrofula disappear.
S. S. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable and harmless; : u ideal blood
purifier and tonic that removes all blood taint arid builds up weak constitu
tions. Our physicians will advise without charge, all who write us about
their case. Bock mailed free.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
TO CLOSE THEMOUT.
ONLY A’FEW LEFT
DAY & HENDERSON
KEEP YOUR EYE
ON THIS SPACE
Men’s, Boys’, Misses’ and
Children’s elegant SLraw
Hats at 19c Each
GROWING GREATER EVERYDAY
THEY HAVE HEARD OF THE SALE!
And they have sent word to their friends and neighbors. MONDAY MORNING we start in on our Second Week of this Gigantic Cash Getting
Sale, which is proving to be the most bountiful harvest that ever visited the city of Eugene. And the people seem to appreciate our efforts, we
believe by the looks of things, that every road leading into the city for miles around was lined with people. They saw us selling Clothing, Men's
Suits in many styles at less than some get for Boys’ Suits They saw they could buy Clothing, Shoes, Dry Goods, underwear of every descrip
tion for less money than they ever bought them for in their lives. It will be a gala week for the people who want any kind of merchandise from
a p-per of pins to a dress suit for Man, Woman or Boy.
We piled out and sold to the people in the last six days, more goods we believe than ever went from a single store in Eugene, and we sold these goods at the prices we made last week
in print. It was nothing to hear a man or woman ask their neighbors: “Why, how much did those great big bnudles cost?” and it did not take them long to tell. Sotne had SI 50
woith, others had SI.97 worth, and a good many of ’em had 84 00, $7.00 or $12.00 worth in their several buudles, and you never in your life saw such big bundles of goods delivered for
so small an amount of money.
It is a harvest right here in this big store for the people.
The Dress Goods
Our Elegant Shoes We Talk Clothing
Why, it is not possible to buy such shoes for
That are on sale here at
5c, 7c, He, 19c, 29r,
and up to 48c
Are absolutely like buying gold Dolllars for
Come and see for yourself.
Low and High Cut for Men,
Women, and Children
YOUR EYES HAVE NEVER SAW BET
TER ONES AT THE PRICE
Women’s Muslin Undergarments
At prices yon have never seen be>ore. Corset covers at 12c, 15c, 19c and 29c »hat will simply astonish
you. Fine trimired drawers at 19c and 29c. Gowns at 29c, 49c and 69c, equals goods at double this
Belts Oc Each
Because we can talk it cheap. That fact is
proven by the number of the good $5.00,
$7.00, $9.00, and $12.00
Suits that left the store in the last 10 days.
We have plenty of them left and
the prices won’t worry you a bit.
Opportunity on Notions. Why, really, you
have never saw notions sold at these prices:/
lc paper for pins, lc card for hooks and
eyes, colored thread at lc spool, children’s
hose at 9c, 11c and 13c, corsets at 50c
you've paid a dollar for.
Every purchase you make here
will save you money.
Bargain Counters of Shirt Waists
49c. 73c, 83c and 81.23, worth just double
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES
Beautifnl Laces from 1 to 3 inches wide at 4c, 6c, 8c, 10c. Best grade Embroideries at 3c 5c 7c
THE BON MARCHE
A Place to Save Money on all You Buy
Hosiery 25c, a
ELL NEW IDEA PATTERNS, 10 CEN I 8 EACH