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Pure ' Blood
Is tho secret of the rjcrtoraUon to health
which Uood'o SarwparllJogiTcs.
"It givoo oo
pleasuro to rtcom
mend Ilood'a Sana-parlll.-
lb has cured
xna ot many com
plaints, and purl
fled my blood. I
was troubled with
my liver, had hip
disease and other
v: troubles.wlth swell-
! in; ot my ankles.
j per long tlmo I
.had to walk with a
cano. 'For so vera!
fsi yearn Iwastrradual
breaking down. I Had tbo crip iu a
severo form. I procured six bottles of
Hood's Barsaparllla and It built me up.
My recovery I owe to Ilood'a Barsaparllla.
o--aiw a iimm0Hj
nari r i mi M'tmnumuutmmmmm
All tuy Ills r vo con" "u IL01 iiko a
now person. I sleep well and eat heartily."
. Cuajilottk Kelly, UayTrards, Col,
Is the only trim blood purifier prominent
ly in tho public cyo today. Try It.
u.jj. nut-, euro habitual constlpa
HOOQ S PUIS tloru rrtc23cprbo.
VALLEY LOCAL NEWS.
Col. Geo. Yoran went lo Woodburn
Friday on business.
Assessor Hurton wont to Cottage
Mrs. Strand Long returned Satur
day from a visit to Harrlsburg.
"Wei by Stevens has returned fronr
liolse City, Idaho, to Portland.
(!eo. X, Frazer, of the Eugene Iron
Work, went south Saturday.
Miss Edythc HoUinan Is home from
a visit to Portland.
Julian Mrtfadden and E. K. Mc
(.'laiiahan went down tho river Satur
day morning In a small boat on a
Fred Fish of the Hotel Eugene is
confined to his room with sickness.
Ills place Is supplied by S. VI. Garri
son. Geo Smith and wife, who have been
spending several months at 15ol.se
City, Idaho have returned home.
Chas. Baker, Jr., son of Chas, lin
ker owner of the Hotel Eugene block,
Is home from San Franclscoonn visit.
It. M. Lamar,' of Peoria, was in Al
Col. Telfer camo up from Portland
Saturday to spend Sunday with ills
Dr. E. L, Irvine has returned from
Arlington where he attended to tho
business of Dr. Geiseudorfer during
Miss Anna Anderson, of .Eastern
Oregon, a fqrmcr resident of Linn
county, is tho guest of Mrs. II. Barnes.
A surprise party was tendered Clyde
Laughead 'on Thursday ovonlng. It
was a lively and pleasant affair greatly
enjoyed by over twenty boys and girls.
Friday evening a very pleasant
birthday party was given "Nina Mooio
on Iter seventh birthday, at tho homo
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. E.
Mooro. Several very pretty presents
wore given little Nina by her friends. :
Those present were Bessie Beam, Mln
io ljuston, Lena Vicreek, Wildrldgo
Adams, Pearl Harris, Blodwln Davis,
Editli Davis, Ethel Huston, Arleno
Hawkins, Nina and Myrtle Moore,
Bert Huston. Earnest Barnes, Morgan
Barnes, Lloyd Beam, Loran Harris,
Chaunccy nawkius, Clifford Morgan.
Died. Rosetta HIcc, daughter of
Chas. Rice, residing near Holly, died
on Monday front tho effects of putting
her hands in n pall of hot water on
the Saturday previous.
Orgeana Encampment No. 5, 1. 0.
O. F. lias installed tho following ow
ners; W. II. Huston. C. P.; J. Bccso,
S. W.; R. L. Burkhart, II, P.r E. J.
Sccly, scribe; J. RTqskc, J. W.; E.
A. Parker, treasurer; Q. W. Scars, jlrst
watch; II. R. Kirch second watch; P.
C. Anderson, third watoh; W. II. War
ner, fourth watch; Ercd Bruokman,
first guard; W. E. Glllott, second
guard; M. Scott, O. S.; F. S. Crosby,
John Holman has, returned from n
trip to Portland.
Mrs. S. W. Crowder is in Portland
for medloaLrtreiitnient for ior,eycs.
W. E. Chandler and wife qf) Leb
anon are spending a few daysdn tho
Marriage license was issued Satur
day by County Clerk Needham to John
Cartwright, editor of tho Harrlsburg
Review, and Miss Ella V. Whltlock,
License was nlso issued to O. II. Pick
ens and Miss B. F. Gnylord, of Sweet
Miss Erma Watts was tendered n
pleasant surprise party Saturday eve
ning, the occasion being the 14th
anniversary of her natal day. Games
were played, a nice luncheon served,
and the evening was spent in a happy
manner. Thoso present were: Birdie
Nelson, Maude IIulburt,OraDuhrille,
Little Kotchum, George Custer,
Enma nill E. Ccchran, Will Emer-
lk, narry Ilogue, Owen Beam, Harry
Cusick, Gale Hill, Charley Barr, F.
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Beware Of Ointments for Catarrh that
as mercury will surely destroy the seine of
smell and completely derange the whole sys
tem wlieu entering it through the mucom
surface'. Such articles should never be turd
except on prescription reputable physician,
rs the damage they will do is ten fold to III
ijood you can derive from then). Hull'
Catarrh Cure, manufatlturcd by F. J. Cheney
& Co , Toledo. 0 , contain no mercury, and
token. internally, acting directly upon llir
blooj nnd mucous .urfaccH of the system. 'In
buying Hall's "atarrh Cure be sur. you get
tho genuue. It is taken internally, and made
In Toledo Ohio, by P. J. Cheny &Co. Tes
EifSolh by Druggists, price 7J cents a liot-tie.
When Baby ttm sick, no gave her Castoria.
When the was a Child, aha cried for CastorU.
When tho became. Miss, alio clung to Castoria.
When alio had Children, tho gave them CastorU.
A License. A marrlago license
was issued yesterday to G. E. Webb
and Amy Klnscr, C. II. Brewer wit
ness, all of Silverton.
Catarrh in the Head.
Is due to impure blood and cannot be cured
with local application. Hood's Sarsaparilla
has cured hundreds of cases of catarrh be
cause It purifie the blood nnd In this way re
moves tho cnuse of the disease. It also build
up the system and prevents attacks of pneu.
mnnla. iWnlitlitria and tvDhold fever.
Hood's Pills become the favorites cathartic
with every one who tries them. 35ets,
liucklon's Arnica Salvo.
The best Salve in the world fot Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter. Chapped hands, Chilblains,
and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed o
give perfect satisfaction or money rcfundedr
Price 25 cents a box. For sale by Fred A.
Buff cochins nro proving a most
prolltablo market chicken. In the
east they aro preferred for tlteir
beauty when dressed. They grow
rapidly and bring good prices.
Willie you aro studying tho habits
and nature of your young stock for
their improvement, don't forget tho
boys and girls.
If you have a good animal that you
want to got rid of, remember that a
two-bit advertisement In The Jour
nal Is almost euro to tlnd a buyer.
Now is u good time
patch of early potatoes.
to plan for a
loss of en
nun l 1 1 i-
I I It I rJ.1 1 I ll rf
H I sbw4i'ibV BaaaaaV saaaaaaaV
'M " sssH
PMZES ! !
3cT? -.-..-' '
for infants and Children,
JUIOTHERS- Do You Know ttat raregoric,
IT I Satemau'8 Drops, Godfrey'i ConlUI, many so-called Soothing Byrups aud
most remedies for children are composed of optuut or morphine?
no Vnu Know that opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic poisons?
lo Von TgtiQTV that in most countries druggists are not permitted to setl narcotics
without labeling them poisons ?
" You Know that you should not penult nny medicine to be given your child
unless you or your physician know of what It Is composed r
tto Von Know that Ccstorlalsa purely vegetable preparation, am! that a llstof
Its ingredients Is published with every bottle r
Ho Von Know that Cnstorla Is the prescription of the famous Dr. Samuel Pitcher.
"That it lias been in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castoria is now sold than
lOfalt other remedies for children combined ?
Ho Von Know that the Talent Office Department or the United Slates, and of
other countries, have Issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher ami his assigns to use the word
" Cafltorln " nnd Its formula, and that to Imitate Ihem is a state prison offense?
Wo Von Know Hint one of the reasons for granting this government protection
was because Castoria had heen proven to he nbBolutcly linrmlcf)7
Wo Yon Know that 33 nvcrago doses of Castoria are furnished for 35
centH. or one cent n dose ?
Wo Von Know that tv hen possessed of this perfect preparation, your children may
tie kept welt, aud that you may have unbroken rest ?
Well, tlipwc tlilngH are worth Lnowlng. They arc facts.
' 1b 011 every
wlgimtnre of ClM&y7&&tM
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
.1. ('. GOODALE
n. 0. SCHRAMM CZ
Goodale Ldmb?r Company
Yards on T"vvelftli and Trade Streets!
Keep tho most complete stock of common, illmensloji and finished lumber
In the city, and sell on thc,most ftivomblo torms.rLntli aud Shingles,
Our stock is nmdo at our own mills, of the-lest lumlier In the state.
C. G. SCHRAMM,
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The Willamette Hotel.
LEADING HOTEL OF THE CITY.
Reduced rates. Management liberal. Electric cars leave hotel (or all public buildings
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Stable at South Commercial St. Bridge
Ilest equipment for all kiuds of heavy draying and express hauling! Teams found ar Ked
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