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Devoted to tlie Mini,,.,
y Lumbering and Farming Interests of tin's Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Living.
(JoM;ago Groves, Oregon, Friday, June 16, 1899.
Eakin & Bristow.
Ri.iri ttiuclH. Units, Collar, and Cull.
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Kid (iloi-i'i in nil colom mid laltint
I . I alt 1 f I if m lit I .(Ml mill I .''It Ui-r
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Moni-hoo Pu Sole. Ill nil tlio at-
triclivc roiorn. Price '2f per cent, lean
thmi It )cr. I
giiruiK WraiiHTM. They aro perfect.
! No luoi (' worry nlxiut making Ilium
tie ran save nm thu trouble.
ikin & Bristow.'
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Mrs. Vet Sauiford's,
Cottage Grove, Or.
j. e. Yomm.
ATTORNEY AT LAff,
ORIre On Main trft, Wni Mile.
Cottage Ornve, Oregon.
To The Public.
We desire to state that we have'
established our Dressmaking L'ar-
lars in th room just north of dim
ming & Sehr's grocery store.
IMrst class work, reasonable
prices and satisfaction guaranteed.
Your patronage solicited.
MRS. C. IS. JONliS,
MISS OR A PICKARD.
Lm L. Stevens,
Speciai attention given to Mining
Business and Collections.
Kuokne - - OlIKOON.
ALP WALKUR .... MoKer.
' DKAI.CR IH
Main Street, Cottage Groce, Ore.
Tlio Denver TimcH-Sun and tlio 15o
noinia Nucget, both paporH went to any
ldrcBa for $1.50 enfih in advanco.
Note UiIh : You can promt ro tlio J5o
hernia Nti!i;ot, your home paper and tho
St Louis Globo-Democrao for $1.76 per
year, cuah in advaneo.
Bohemia Nugget OrcRonian
Eakin & Bristow.
Only i.'W.OO .-,, for thu bent ioodn.
Durability and price equaled by nunc I
To ovoiy lady who buy otio of our J.'W.OO
chain wtifulH within tho noxt CO dayw !
c will gtvo a Royal Gamut Sweener
ductal jmlecH. Now
Fifty pieces, at re
patterns and col-
(..roloiinux, Silkalinefl and Draperies
at IOc-Io'.Th!. I
Un-M Linings. All the latent things
in iilain and fancies, Near Silkn, Silk
Stripes, and PcrcalincH and Silecies.
I'oratliiicH. An apartment of colors
that do not fail to attract favorable at
tonliuu. Eakin & Bristow.!
Win, in: sent av tiik Noktiikiin Pacikic
RAILWAY Co., 10 ANY AIIIIItKSH UroS
HIIfiaiT, IS STAMPS, on oriiKit
WISE, OK Til K A MOL'.N'TH SAM KU
WON WM LAND
An aiiuuitl publication of about 100
pupr. v-oitt'ii up in nioHt attrat'tivt Htyle
and beautifully illuptrHtcd in half-tone.
The eoiitentH of eacli nuiuber lire varied
and diiTen'iit from it prtNlaceHror. The
NoHTHKits I'ai-ikic huts become noted fur
thin publication. Tin: 1'isit Tiiinh in
K.ui.u.w LiriatvTt iiK. Send h'ix eentH.
YHLI.OWJ4TONH I'AltK MAI'
A lehef Irtap of 1 ellowatoiie
l'rintfd on 11 rm paper, and
suitable for j
iiioniitiii'' or friiiniiii; and lor uce in
for line in
echiHile, ehiK ronton, etc. llio lt'et map
of the 1'iuk that ix publicly iliHtributed.
Mailttl in paclhoanl tube. Send lOoU.
A nicel. illuHtrateilpampl'tnt.dcHcrip
tive of M'i mt Hanier, WaHliiiiKton, the
Kraiidem fe-eoveml peak in the United
Statec heii'i two centH.
KOOTI'N I KOI.DHR
An llliiiatpd folder and relief map of
the Kooti-uai Ueiuu in Hrit'iNhColuinbia
iioi th of S.iok mo. Send two eentn.
ARMY AVI) NAVY HOOK
TiiIIh ! nt both the U. S. and Spanlfh
arinii'H an i navioM at beinnini! of Span-iHh-Anieiinin
war. Map of Cuba and
adjacent inlands. A vent pocket, hiHtorv
well worth preserving for reference.
Send ten centH.
In HondiiiK for tliene write tho address
carefullv, and utate where advertisement
waHHeen. .. s. rKK,
NuTIUH FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Ofllce at Roseburg, Oregon.
Notice is hereby given that tlio following-named
settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof will bo
made before tlio Register anil Receiver,
U. S. Land Office at RoFoburg. Oregon,
on June 10. 1800 viz : Bcnjaniin G.Crow,
on II No. (1085 for the K XA Nh H,
N 4 SB ''. Sec. 10. T. 20 S R. 5 West,
Ho names tho following witnesses to
provi his continuoiiH residenco upon and
tMiltivation of said land, viz :
1 W. Ishniuel, Arthur Kolloy,
William Gilbert, Aaron Gilbert, of Lo-
0reB(m' J.T. Ba.i.a.8,
noIIpo ii hereby KtTOM that K. h. Williams
h,f l" oViu'imliilea ailmlnlBlrator of tho eitato
n llanl mh WiUlann. loeaiol. All iorom
havlw eUlm. nKatn.t tha sal; estate are re-
. H ill preaont the lame w thin x mnnOu
I fie , late noroiif to salil administrator, at the
nfl o o Joh M. Williams, Kujteno, Oreg.n.
0 1 atc this 10th day of May. M
Eakin & Bristow.
Shoei Ladies Shoes Fine Shoes.
0l,r l,r, ,mi1 Iin(!H ar! VL'r.v to lM-'at
ol,r W-0 and f.50 lines aro
"uvt'r wla'L Come and sec our prices
1 and you will surely buy
in all widths.
ClmmbrayH. All colore.
Now Table Spreads and l'ortlerg in
Calicoes! Calicoes! Calicoes! You
wi" "knowledge their superiority at
New Uibbonti! New colors, new
plylus and new prices.
Your eaidi trade is what we want and !
if low prices and bent Koodu count for J
anything we will get a large share of it. .
ilk III Al liPlmW
jaMII VI IJllolUn.
President, O. F. Knox j vice presi
dents, L. U. Look wood, Loraue; Capt.
Lyons, Moaby Creek ; J. 11. Rouse, Coast
Fork; O. W. Reynolds, Divide; Ueo.
YVhitfett, Saginaw; Wm. Harris, Black
Butte; A. Kirk, Row river.
Marshal, Frank McFarland, reader of
Declaration of Independence, Mrs.
Sutton. Springlleld ; Chaplain. M. 0.
Committee on ground, Robt. Griffin
W. M. Heiuenwuy, Sr., John Cardwell,
Chns. Stoller, and Geo. Lea.
C0MM1TTKK OS VOCAL MUSIC.
Thos. Aubrey, L. F. Wooloy, .Mrs,
COM.MITTKK OS IIASO MUSIC
Roy Knox, Winter Wallace, A Nelson.
COMMITTEE OS I.IIIEItTY CAB.
Mrs. Chan. Burkholder, Mrs. John
Baker, Misses Wynn, Lurch, Currin,
Krniiue Vcatch; Messrs. Warren JIc.
Farland and C. J. Patterson.
COMMITTEE OS 1'LUH Utll.IKK.
Curtis Vea tch, Doe Pitcher, Harry
Knowlton and Chan. Ctilp.
COMMITTEE OS Sl'OllT.
Dr. Geo. Wall, J. S. Medloy and Josiah
Tlio following connnitteo was
pointed to procure grounds
which to hold tho field sports; Geo,
Queen, A. C. Piper.
Procession to form at io o'clock
shr.m. at Citv Hi 11. Order of
march: Band, officers of the day,
liberty car, Grand Army, Firemen,
citizens in carriages, foot, etc.,
bicycles, plug uglies.
Line of march. To the west line
of Wa',1 street then return on Main
street to Landess grove.
AT TIIK GROUNDS.
Music, baud; prayer, chaplain;
song, choir; reading declaration;
music, band; song, choir; oration;
music, band. Dinner.
Music, band; S S contests sing
ing, first and second prizes given.
Cottage Grove S S barred (in the
languagefof the day not in it.)
To begin as soon as the exercises
Devoted to Mines and Miners A Nugget Corres
pondent's Batch of News.
Fingal Hinds is now at work on his Glenwood property.
Mr. G. Meadows has begun work on his property on Grizzly Creek.
At the Helena mine workmen are still taking out rich free milling
The Fairview Mining & Milling Company started up their five
stamp mill for a short run one day last week.
W. P. Kly is working a force of men on his property below the
Noonday mill, having packed in supplies over the snow.
Bert Nunn and Jas. Duval have finished their contract with the
j Noonday Company and are now employed by the day by the company.
Jas. Sears is highly elated, and well he may be, over a new find on
Griz.ly Mountain. Specimens of ore from this find fairly glistens with
Geo. Thompson is now employed at the Noonday 20-stamp mill,
putting the machinery in first class shape, preparing to start the same
at an early day.
Stocks & Harlow started their 5-stamp mill some io days ago
and are running full blast. Thev are raising from their lower tunnel a
' large body of free milling ore.
Graber Bros. & Zinneker are now at work on their Vesuvius claim
and have lately found a body of very rich free milling ore. The
Vesuvius will sttrely become one of the best gold producers in the camp,
Messrs. Johnson, Klopfenstein & Byrne Bros, certainly have the
best showing in the way of a base ledge in the camps. They are now
rlriftincr rwi n rr f.inf if?ti rf cnlirl nrp TT frolic A rc tint- nrni.A tn Yf a
r'cn nn,le 'l 's useless to look any farther.
Louis Betters has sold his interest in his group of claims on Ele-
phant .Mounfain to Mr. John Brund, lately from Florence, Oregon.
Mr. Betters will .shortly leave for the Philippines, where he goes to seek
the precious metal. Mr. Brund, with a force of men is pushing de
velopment work on his uew purchase.
are through at the grounds.
PROGRAMME OF SPORTS.
To commence at 2 o'clock p. m.
ist Gentlemens bicycle race
mile, ist and 2nd cash prizes. 2nd
ladies bicycle race mile ist and
2nd cash prizes. 3rd hose race
(hub and hub) 200 yds ist and 2nd
cash prizes. 4th foot race (fiee for
all) 100 yds ist and 2nd cash prizes.
5th foot race (boys under 15) 50 yds
ist and 2nd cash prizes. 6th
running broad jump ist and 2nd
prizes. 7th sack race 50yds ist
and 2nd cash prizes. 8th running
high jump ist and 2nd cash prizes.
9th potato race 50yds ist and 2nd
cash prizes. 10th grand tug of war
(Booth-Kelly mills vs Bohemia
miners) for which a ist cash prize
will be given.
The whole to conclude with a
magnificent dicycle parade at 7:30
p m for which large cash prizes
wiil be given to the lady and
gentleman exhibiting the most
artistically decorated wheel. For
full particulars regarding the
amount of prizes, call upon
Dr. Gkorgs Wall,
K. J. Bakur,
J. S. Medlky,
Committee on Sports.
LYNX HOLLOW NEWS.
Mr.JameB Kennedy, who is ill with
appendicitis is somewhat improved.
Mrs John Lindley is quite sick, Dr.
Job is attending her.
Tho persons from tho hollow who went
on the excursion to Salem were . Mr
and Mrs Horn, Mr and Mrs Chas Jack
son, Mr and Mrs Ellis Simmons, JMrs
Porter, Misses Horn, Smith, La Joie,
Messrs Huntor, Sheridan, La Joie,
Mr IIS Barnuni of Irving, who has
beon visiting with Mr Lindloy'a re
turned homo on Sunday's Hxcursion.
Tho hollow isquito lively; a show, a
dance, a basket dinnor, a tramp, an
agent, all in tho same week.
Mr Clark of Junction has purchased
part of Bud Jackson's farm and has
moved his family on it.
Mr. P. Kotcham of Pike City, Cal.,
says: "During my hrothors late sick
ness from sciatic rheumatism, Chamber
Pain's Pain Balm was tho only romedy
that gavo him prompt relief." Many
otliors have testified to tho prompt re
lief from pain which this liniment
adonis. Forsaloby Benson Druci Co,,
Cottage Grovo,Joo Lyons Drain Drug
Interesting Notes Hits the
Question a Lick.
The scent of the creosote at the S P
wood preserving works floats potently
upon the air. They arc treating lnrcb
timbers and piling and the huge dericks
aro constantly at work.
Our school had a forced vacation
Wednesday by Teacher Woodcock tak
ing the meaBles.
Mies Lulu Hull is laid up this week
with the mumps.
Miss Claudia Carper of Cottage Grove
came out to spend a few days with
friendB in tho country last Sunday but
had to return Monday owing to haying
a well developed case of mumps.
Mr. Ira Hull of Crawfordsville hat
purchased land near tho Divide and will
commence improving it at once.
One day last week as ono of our
farmers was going to Cottago Groyo he
enteral into conversation with lotno
men traveling from Southern California.
They wero hunting for a location for a
furnituro factory and talked of locating
at Cottago Grove, but became so dis
gusted with tlio terrible state of the
roads between Latham and Cottago
Grove that they said that they would
not locate in any town whose citirens
wero so unenterprising as to allow tho
roads 10 remain almost impasti'jlo bo
near tho town. They went on toward
Eugene. Who knows but what many
others aro deterred from locating there
by tho aamo cause?
Mr. Jacob Geiwityleft for Yoncolla
last Friday to visit his sister Mrs.
Mcinzer returning Monday. He reports
an average crop of Petit prunes but says
Italian prunes will be scarce.
Mr Aleo Wright haB boon helping
L F Smith the last few days buildiug
Mr Seth Rowe and wife returned
from their trip last week.
Will Mnckay wont to Salem Sunday
Mr. IraTIull has begun work on his
farm and will soon movoon to it.