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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1899)
Mr. and Mrs. Wiseman were down
from How River Sunday.
MrH.CIuia. Morningstcr lias a sister
visiting Iiit who has lately c me on
Marion Lebow and family visited
relatives at Oreswell Sunday.
Miss Sybl Morningcr of Drain is
visiting relatives hero.
Will Lane Attended lodge nt the Grove
Mrs. Emma Smith and daughter
Luna left Inut Wednesday for their
future homo at Grants Puss .
The mnnv friends of Prof. John L.
Tuit will bo plenied to learn of his suc
cess in the south. After teaching in
S II II II nlr it f n f I V i n . a u f fC 1' 11 11 IT O ll 11 li n
accepted the position as editor in
rf s ,
of tho oldest newspaper in Tennessee.
Prof. Tuit is n Lane county boy and is
the eldest ion of Mr. and Mrs. John
Tait of this place. ,
A quiet wedding took place at La
Fayette, Oregon, last Thursday. The
contracting parties were Mr. Richard
Ileinery and Miss Daura Bell Miller,
both of Portland. Mr. and Mrs.
Hoinery hove gone to housekeeping on
tho west side. Miss Miller was born,
and raised in this vicinity and is the
daughter of Cy Miller of the Grovo.
EXTENT OF HIS BEAUTY.
A distinguished lawyer and poli
tician of London was traveling on
the train near Winchester, when an '
Irish woman came into the car,
with' her big basket, bundle, etc.,
and sat down near the aforesaid
When the conductor came around
to collect fare the woman paid her
money and the conductor passed by
the lawyer without collecting any
thing. The good woman thereupon said
to the lawyer, "An' faith an' why
is it that the conductor takes the
money of a poor Irish woman and
don't ask ye, who sames to be a
rich man, for anything?"
The lawyer (who had a pass) re
plied: "My dear madam, I'm
traveling on my beauty."
The woman looked at him for a
moment and then quickly answered:
"An' is that so? Thin ye must be
-very near yer journey's end "
The lawyer who is not noted for
his beauty, but who is noted for
his brains, enjoyed the joke too
much to keep it, and so we give it
to the public. London Punch.
"Gives the Choice of
Xjo"W Hates to all
Ocean Steamers Leave
Portland every 5 days
For full particulars call on 0. R. & N.
,Agent, Frank Jordan, Cottage firovef.
Vv. H. Hukmiekt,
General Passenger Agent,
Mr. Edrieks has moved into his new
house this week.
Mr. Jacob Geivoity has been helping
Jack Robinson plough this week, Mr.
Robinson is getting quite a little place
A stoieoptiean exhibition was given
at the Divide tehool house last Tuesday
eveninu. It was a tine exhibition btit
owing to the short notice but few were
which were ttolen from
the school houso a fen- weeks ago were
found last Friday hidden in n patch of
brush a sho t distance north of the
school house, some of the articles were
in a damaged condition.
Alec Wright has just finished build-
ll. I r,. V U.nitli
illK V.t UWIOII IUI IJl & . fcJ.lll
Mr. Tramcl is hauling logs for Robert
Protracted meetings are being hold
Real old fashioned country dances
every little while.
CHAMBERLAIN'S PAIN BALM
CURES OTHERS, WHY NOT YOU?
My wife has been using Chamber
lain's Pain Balm, with good results, for
a lame shoulder that has palnsd her con
tinually for nine years. We have tried
all kinds of medicines and doctors with
out receiving any benefit from any o
them. One dav wo saw an advertise
ment of this medicine and thought of
trying it, which we did with the best of
satisfaction. She has used only one
bottle and her shoulder is almost well.
Adom'ii L Millett, Manchester, N. II .
For sale bv Benson Dbu
Grove, druggist. Lyon
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
To Thomas Laughton and all Parties
whatsoever concerned :
You are hereby notified that wo Iihvo
expended $500.00 in work and money on
t lie claim known and recorded in the
mining records of the Bohemia mining
district in Lane County, Oregon, as
"The Climax" mining claims, and in
order to hold said premises under the
provisions of Section 2324 Revised
Statutes of the United States, being the
amount required to hold the said claim,
for the years 1895, 1890. 1897, 1898,
1899, respectively ; and if within ninety
days after tho completion of the publi
cation of this notice, you fail, neglect or
refuse to contribute your portion or
portions of said expenditures as co
owners your interest or interests in
said claim will become the property of
the subscribers, under said Section
Signed J . B. Morgan,
J. V. Bakkii,
V W. McF.titi.Avn,
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OIiiih. s. VEK,
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ST. I'AUI,, MINX.
Subscribe for the Nugget.
If you don't need a now pair of "hues
today you will before long, and there
foiu it's a gooil idea to gel post ed on the
best place to buy. We don't expect to
be able to sell unless it into your in
terest to buy here, It's easy to prove
that to you, however, if you will give "h
a chance. Will you? Ukn Linton.
k'ai..u .mil l.'nn hill ttlfl II I Hi liClirKO
1 lluwluy, Dcrcinlii.it. .,
To u. U. Keren. Key-on. wife of
Korcs, licnrKC M. Ilawloy mid all porsoim
know ii IikvI ik or cliilmliiK nil Intou'it t H"J
follow liiloTfcu-nbed property, the nboio mimed
In the name of tho State of Oroiron. you "re
hereby ro'iulrcil to appear mid answer to the
complaint tiled against you In the above en-
titled suit by tho llrst diiy of. the next term of
I the almvo entitled Court follimlinr the ej
plrutloii of Ihotlino prescribed for tho P'lbu
I rut tun of this siiniiniUK. which 11 rut day will lie
I the ."th dur 01 March, I'.ioo.itiid If yo full to so
' api.etiriiml ansiicr, for want thereof, nliiiiitnl
wilt inii.tr to xiilit Court for the telclt o
! muiided In his coinplulnt. The relief
! demanded li thut tho Court appoint it referee
to sell tit imlilif xiile the follow tntr described
real property tn-wlt; Lots :t, I, nail t
I lllock 1 1 I.oiik and Lamlcss' Addition to tho
1 Cltv of CottiiKe Urovo In l.uno County State of
Oregon, mid out of tho proceeds of Mild sale to
...it- ihn mi.t ..rihiu unit i.ti.1 tin i.i.nIm and e.
pehscs of tho referee In maklm; such sale and
thiit the residue utter pnyliiK such costs and
expenses bo piild to ptalntltl's iiml dcfenditnts
herein as their Interests may appear.
This notice Is published In the llnhcmla
Nutlet, a news paper of ircncral clrculiitlou
published weekly In said Lane County once 11
week (or six successlre weeks liy order of . . ().
1'otter oonntr indite for said l.auo County
w hich order is dated October :lrd. IKlM
Thl summons is published the llrst time
October (1 lS.su.
J. K. YotinK,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Otliee,
Roseburg, Ore., October 4, 1H99.
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of the act of
Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An
act for the sale of timber hinds in the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada,
anil Washington Territory," Dell J.
'bug CoM Cottage Estabrook of Washburn, County of Ilay
... t, ...,,,.... ' field, State of Wisconsin, has this day
ns rtiiu.uAih, thisottiee his sworn statement
No. 722, for the purchase of the S K li
S E 4, N . S E , S E i N E lieing
lots 7, 10, , 1(1 of Section No. 20, in
Township No 21 S Range No. 1 W., and
will oiler proot to show that the land
sought is more valuable for its timber
or stone than for agricultural purposes,
and to establish his claim to said land
before the Hegister and Receiver of this
of lice at Roseburg, Oregon, on Thursdav
the 14 day of December, 1899.
He names as witnessess: II. F.
I Hollenbeck of Eugene, Oregon, Austin
Root of Springfield, Oregon, Lew is Hierl
of Albany, Oregon, J. C. Olsen of Kit-
I gene, Oregon.
! Anv and all persons claiming ail-.
verselv the anove-descrtned lands are
requested to file their claims in this
office on or before said 14 day of De
J . T.'Bkiihiks,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon
October 12, 1K99.
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof will Im;
made before Joel Ware, U. S. Com
missioner, at Eugene, Lane County,
Oregon, on December 13, 18U0. viz:
Cary A. Woolov, on his II. E. No.
774(1, for the W y, N W '4, N E N W
i li N W M N E Sec. 2(i, T. 20, S R
Ho names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
John IJ. England, Marion Lobow,
Mack England, John Kirk, of Cottage
Grove, Lane Co., Oregon.
J. T. BltUMIKH,
CHANGE IN PRERINCTS AND ROAD
The County Court of Lane County,
Oregon, respectfully requests all per
sons desiring a change in tho boun
daries of votiug precincts or the es
tablishment of new ones, or having any
suggestions to make as to the division i
of the precincts into road districts so
as to conform with tho law of 1809, to
present their petitions or requests at
the November 18h0 term and not later
than November 11th, 1809. This is
done to enable the assessor to complete
By order of tho Court,
E. U. Lee, County Clerk.
Oct. 20th 1899.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Rosoburg, Oregon .
October 20, 1899.
Notice is hereby given that tho following-named
settler has filed notico of his
intention to make final proof in sup
port of his claim, and that said proof
will bo mado beforo Joel Ware, U. S.
Commissioner nt Eugeno. Oregon, on
December 0, 1899, viz: Waltor L. Baker
on H. E. No. 7082 for tho N E M, sec.
22, T. 22 S., It. 2 W.
lie names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz :
Joseph Perkins, David Mosby, J. B.
Mosby, William Hickoy, of Cottage
Grovo, Lane County, Oregon
J. T. Bridges,
R. A. SANDERS,
Wines, Liquors nml Cigars.
A Favorite Resort.
COTTAC.K (iROVK, ORKGON.
We arc now prepared to furnish
all kinds of Brackets, Mouldings,
Cornice, Sash and Doors, Door and
Window frames, Screen Doors,
Windows, Pickets, etc. j
Woodwork of all kinds made audi
repaired. We will also work Floor-!
ing, Rustic, Siding, Ceiling, orj
size Studding, etc. I
SHOP NHAR S. P. DKl'Or!
age Grove, Oregon.
h .in I'. ij ir ii 1 1' i
. llltV VA i U I V
Send your orders bg Telephone.
W. H. Beagle,
Nntlce Ik hereby in cn Unit hv virture of mi '
onlur (if the Cniiiity Cmirl f I.hiio rutin ly. '
Orcttnn. mmlo mid cnte'ivl on the ttnd rlny n(
October lsyj. In tho inntlor of the i
emmo in iiei.. . uzmcnl iiofciuvil niithorllnir
tho nmlarfilKncil uilinltilntrHtor of th mill
eitute to noil tho follnwitii; lofrllieil IhihU
loimliiK to tho Kiilil enittu, t tirlvnta mle an
neroinHiier pi ei'inc'l. i
STnl tll(.rnr..ru no.lnA I. Ih.hI.h I ...... .1.... .
... .. . .. in Hiiiv'ij KltUIl Ifllll
wilt sell the mild liinilx tn the hlKhent lildder
ut jirivnte ulo for riwh nfter tho lsth diiy of
November W.cj tho following ileHPrlbed
premlccs, towlt; 'I ho N f. Y, thoH U of
S- W 1-1; tho N K 1-1 of H W 1-1 himHoU
l,2nd llofecn. m; tup. 1(1 S. It. ,', ; hho lull
1, 2 and :i of hj.-.. tivp. 1-JH It. fiW.: nlwi tho
I). I.. U. of John and I'nlly F. Thonitmoti
Not. Ml in Kcetlonn.r,iiiid :tfi tu p. l!i H. It. A W.
and In section 1 and i wp. M) S. H. r, W ciiii-tHlniimMIMiiereHovi-eptinK
from n.ilil cliilio
the K"ivo viird In tho Konlh part thereof 1 M
l,lrr,c"'rf"J",Vlil0 ,jn r"''" '"": lh
I), I,. ( 1. of Holllu H. Thmiitmon Not. ;w CI.
trilnectloii:i'innd Vi twp. Ill H. It A W eon.
tnllilliKlC0 18iierCH:iilioIntsI mid 2 of ice. 2
twp. 2() H. It. A W also commcnclni? lit H. K.
cor. of I) I,. CI. of II. II. ihmnpHnn Not. :to In
jec. in twp. 1DH It.MV. thoncoHant 12 rodi to
... ....... .. .w.i.i . nicm-u .t. r.. aionKmi a road
to N. boundary of KWI-i of H K l4f bo.' M
twp. 19 h. li r, v. tWo W. lfi rod. t" I uh
boundary of mild eliilm; thcncoH. to place of
beirlmilnKeoiitaliilnif .1 hitch more or lew.; to
piiythemortKaKoholdby'lho Hoard of Com
mlmi onery for tho Halo ofHchonl and t'lilvwiilty
binds and for tho Investment of tho Ktin.ls
thein.eVeslthemm: "mM W
Also the followliitf described lands bclonirlin:
to raid citato, towlt: N W 11: nnd V r n if
1-landHKI- ofN Kl-I of sic twi i 1 K I
A W.i also H W y of N W 1-1 sec. ill twp'. ioli. u!
N i Of N W 1-1 nn .'in u . '.'..!''
ZaTJ i iT 8.1 iwp.a) 8. it.
oxceptliiK tho :t aerosabovo d .scrlb'e'd to pnv
i 'A and H of N K 1-4 and S if. of u 1 . Xi
lutcd this 18th day of Oct liiM
Xfio i-AWPKlira,Wliiutlmore Md.
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COTTAC1K OROVK. ORK.
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Attorney At Law,
OMe On Main Hlrofl,
Cottayn drove, Oregon.
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CALL FOR COUNTY WARKA!
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5805 to 0000, both inclusive.
Dated, Eugene, October 12, 1P09,
A. 8. I'attkiihov,
County Trrii f
On Rich o.
F. C CORSETS
KALAMAZOO CORSET a
Jlcmcnwag S Jiurliholder.
$i.5o-BOHKMIA NUGGKT-$r .50