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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1900)
dated, and in behalf ol Mr.
the Nugget extends thanks.
C. J. HOWARD EDITOR. Leader also says something about
Mr. McQueen mentioning tnai
thrrf i more monev in mohair
than in bciasr elected to a seat in
tin. state legislature. We would
like very much to have nro.
Wooley explain how much money
thire was in mohair prior to tne
present republican administration
InMredat tbo pa office at CMUtv Grorc,
Oraronu Second CI u mall matter.
abtarrptfon prfre. MI. SO, In tdmn,
AdvaHlalng rWi bmhIi know apon
Friday, Mat 4, 19on
" EEFUBUUX TICKET.
HARD OX DALY.'
THOS. H. TONGUE, Wash
C. E. WOLVERTON, Linn
Food and Dairy Com.
7. W. BAILEY, Multnomah
GEO. M. BROWN, Douglas Co
Joint Senator, Lane, Douglas and
R. A. BOOTH, Josephine Co,
L. T. HARRIS, of Eugene.
JAS. HEMENWAV, Cottage
IVAN McQUEEN, Lorane.
For County Judge
O. F. KNOX, Cottage Grove
E U. LEE, Junction City.
R. D. HAWLEY, Crcswell.
J. I. TAYLOR, Hermann.
D. P. BURTON, Eugene.
L. GILSTRAP, Eugene.
For School Superintendent
EUGENE BOND, Thurston,
C. M. COLLIER, Eugene.
G. W. GRIFFIN, Eugene.
The joint canvass of the nomi
nees on the republican and "citi
zens" ticket of Lane county, is
now definitely settled and the can
vass will open on May 10, as lol
lows. Coburg, May 10; Mohawk,
May 11; Wendling, May 11, at
7:30: Walterville, May 12: Thurs
ton, May 14; Springfield, May 15
Fall Creek, May 16; Pleasant Hill
May 16; Creswell, May 17; Cottage
Grove. May 18; Lorane, May 19
Hadjeyvllle, May 21; Long Tom
May 22: Smithfield, May 23: EI
mira, May 24; Florence, May 26
Mapleton, May 28; Cheshire, May
29; Junction, May 31: Irving, June
1 ; Eugene, June 2.
The Guard is authority lor the
statement that the revenue collector
holds that a 10 cent revenue stamp
is required on each certificate of
nomination. Candidates should
look into this matter, as a failure
to comply with the revenue law
may invalidate the nomination.
A populist friend, who by the
way, was nominated on the Lane
county "Citizens" ticket for legis
lative honors, has just been ap
pointed census taker of two pre
cincts in the western part of the
county, at a salary of $6,00 per day
A mend at our eioow is mean
enough to remark that no doubt
that the good populist will decline
the appointment, as the salary is
altogether foreign to the ideas of
populist brothers. It is generally
understood that $2.00 or $2.50 at
the most is exhorbitant wages from
a populist point of view, and that
in their sincerity of purpose they
would not be guilty of accepting a
salary of $6.00 per day.
Cyclone Davis, of Texas, will
not. help the cause ofJ good govern
ment at Portland one smithereen.
All su,ch national issue agitators
only stimulate blind and bitter
partisanship. Capital journal.
O UT JTOIt McQ UJBEN.
1 The Leadersurprised some of its
readers last week by giving Hon.
Ivan McQueen, republican nominee
for representative for Lane county,
a very clever mention, Jn fact ad
mitting that he would be a very
desirable member of the lecislature.
Such admissions are always appre-1
The Lake View Examiner
last week in its fair and impartial
style takes occasion to show up Dr,
Daly of that county who is out on
the "citizens" ticket for congress
man against Hon. Thos. H. Tongue,
Owing to lack of space we are
unable to print the entire article
but will continue from week to week
thus eivme the people ot this
action an opportunity to know
what kind of a man the citizens
ticket has trotted out to do away
with Mr. Tontrue. As a man is
udged at home so is he apt to be
iudeed abroad. The Examiner
The Examiner may have occasion
... a I" . t
to criticise severely some 01 tne
candidates before the people, but it
will endeavor to adhere to the
truth at all times. It may have
occasion to ten some minis wiai
will make somebody wince, but a
candidate for congress should be
sufficiently hidebound to pass over
the truth with a smile, no matter
how bare faced the truths are. Of
course it is the truth that hurts a
" We have it direct from Mr.
Daly's subsidized press at home
that his election to congress is a
'foregone conclusion." Of course
this is a matter with which the
voters of the first district will deal
absolutely. We all recognize Dr.
Daly's ability as a business man.
Did he not have ability in that
direction he would not now stand
as one of the wealthy men, big
oroperty owners, banker, and land
lord that he is. and fusion nominee
for con cress. But after a service
to the people in the capacity o
representative and subsequently as
senator in the Oregon legislature,
we have not heard of him doing
any great things as a law-maker
he has never been a man in the
public eye for a moment nobody
has ever considered him "the man
of the hour." Here in the sage
brush section of Oregon where
is best known he is not even con
sidered a man of integrity. In the
state's metropolis and among the
solons at the state house Dr. Daly
is known as the, suave, affable,
genial, good feftow. He carries
the same affability at home, grasps
his fellow man by the hand with the
grip that signifies I, am your
friend." But there is "method
this madness," for it is not Dr.
Da'y's nature to care a straw for his
fellowman unless by showing an
occasional act of kindness he can
pave the way to make use of this
fellowman sometime in the future,
either in a political way or in a
financial sense. It is uncertain
whether or not Dr. Daly, fusion
candidate for congress, is or is not
gold-bug," but we who know
.him, know what a greed he has for
gold. The same greed is in him
for the silver sheckels, and he is
ikewise credited with being
lover of the doctrine of Bryan and
16 to 1.
Dr. Daly has never yet publicly
announced his opinion on the
money question of the country, and
as a candidate for congress it be
hooves him to let the people know
upen what ground he stands on
this issue Heretofore, when he
has shied his castor into the no-
itical arena, and made the cam
paign for state office, he has pub-
icly avoided the issue. In making
his house to house canvass for votes
ie has studiously avoided express
ing himself on the money question
to the good old honest farmer tin-
ess he had previously learned just
how the good old farmer stood on
ie question, and he would form
his own views to accord with those
of the honest farmer.
sot ix fa von orir.
As it has been reported that 0 V
Knox' candidate lor county judge
was in favor of a division of the
county, a reporter took occasion to
nttestion Mr Knox the other un
rifiiiivtn the matter, with thcfol-
lnu-incr Tt;illt wllicll Will tlllOW
some lisrht on the matter.
Ones Mr Knox, are you in favor
of a division of Lane county.'
Ans No sir I am not for the rca
nntli.it I do not think it would be
to the best interest of the people of
this end of the county.
Oues Isn't it a fact that you
worked for a division during the 93
term of the Legislature?
Ans I did.
Oucs Why have you changed
your mind since 1893?
Ans Circ umstauces are quite
different now" from then. At that
time Lane county had no court
house, no rock-crushers and but
Always a Full Stock,
Cottage Grove Oregon.
NOTICK bVll rUM.IOATION.
Lnml Ofllce nt Itoscburj:. Orriion,
April 6, 11HX)
few bridges in this part of the county , LTO aw no Iccf
and a great deal of bad roads. intcntion to umke tlnnl pi oof in sup
Since then we have been taxed to port of his claim, nnd Unit said proof
s and I will be made before Joel aro u.a.
CommuKioner, nt r.ugen. iJine comity,
. .a "!. t'll. Will....
on June 16, 11)00. vu: Win walker,
willow of James A. Walker deceased of
llliixel Dell on lier U.K. No. 7.V.8 for
the S H SK A S SW 1-4 Sec. R, r.
21 S.. H 3 West.
She name the following nitm-scs to
prove her continuous residence upon
und cultivation of said hind, vu:
Israel J. Gray, IUvid hitson. Dock
Dunning, Allio McCluue, Ilnzcl Dell,
Lane County, Oregon.
J. T. IIntrxir.il,
pay for all of those thing:
propose now to help use them
Ques If you are elected to the
office of county judge, what in
fiuence would vou have in that
Ans I don't know that I would
have any, as that would be a mat
ter for the Legislature to deal with,
and entirely out of my line ofbusi
Ones Do you believe that there
will be a move toward the division NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
of thecounty at the next cession of
the Legislature.' t an(i office at Roscburc. Oreron
Ans I do not believe that any February 21. 1000
effort will be made, as it would be Notice is hereby given that the
folly to undertake anything of the following-nanied settler has filed
kind unless our senators and re- notice of his intention to make final
preventatives would favor it, and I proof in support of his claim, and
do not believe there is a candidate that said proof will be made lie-
on either side of the ticket who fore Joel Ware. U. S. Commissioner
would favor it. at Eugene, Oregon, on May is.
Mr. Tames Hemenway, republi
can candidate for representative was H. E. No. 7224 for the W 1-2 SK
also interviewed and he stated as
follows. "While at one time I did
McFARLAND & CO.
I3( ( M u ton , J n
Veal, Bacon, Iard,
Fresh Sausages, Xishf
m i id Game in season.
A.T TI-IJB LOAVES!
. COTTAGE GROVE, ORECJ
1900, viz: WinfrcldS. Fletcher on "
H. E. No. 7224 for the W 1-2
1-4, SE 1-4 SW 1-4, and lot 2, sec.
18. T. 20 S.,R. 4 W.
advocate county division, I am He names the following wit-
positively opposed to it now. We nesses to prove his continuous rcsi
have a good court house, a safe dence upon and cultivation of said
place for county records, and I see land, viz:
no necessity to divide the county. Herbert M. Doty, Charles E.
Yes you may say forme that I Russell, Samuel G. Lockwood. I.
do not favor a division of Lane P. Inman. of Lorane. Oreiron.
1 . "
... .1 ' 1 t 1 - ... rt 1 ti ... . .
nt nre living 111 11 rapiu nee; biiuko ui i rugrcHion. me noiuil
mid jroti must more with it.
Keep up with the times. If rou sec a chanco to bentflt ;oom3 J
tliu opportunity. I
You Can Ucncfit Yourself by Calling At
Benson Drug Company.
COTTAOK GltOVK OEM
Pure Drugs and Chcmicals-
The editor of the Leader compli
ments the Nugget man on his
ability to write history. Asa re
turn courtesy we wish to say that
while we may "shine" as a writer
of history, the brother over the
way is in a sense not unlike the
brave admiral, Dewey he has
been a dandy at making history.
The recoid that Hon. Thos,
Tongue has made in the
United offer proof to show that the land sought
?tati: noncrrACC n, nftli. hoc , '"r viuimuiu lor IIS limwr or Blone
states congress, one ot the best in t)mil for aericultura! ntinmsp. ni .
the history of the state, and the estnblinh his claim to aafd land before
people Ot Mr. longue s district ap- t Rosebnrjt, Oregon, on Thursday the
preciate the fact sufficiently to keep 12th day of July. iooo.
iiu iiniuvfl ua wiincflHbs:
Sam C. Randall. Olu Ovland. of
NOTIUK FOR I'UIIMCATIUN.
United States Land Office,
Rosebum, Ore., April 24, 1000.
Notice is hereby Ki ven that incom
pliance Willi theproviHions ol the act of
Congress of June 3, 1878. entitled "An
net for the sale of timber lauds in the
States of California, Oregon. revnda, j
and Washincton Territory." Slartin
ni 1 ... -v 'r. .
mtn.eTorion WStmSa Mechanic Took. Cutlery,
in this office his sworn stntement No.
DCS, for the purchase of the N U SK U,
- X NW V. of Sect on No. 31. in Town.
ship So. 21 S. Range So. 2 W., nnd will
If you want any thing in the Hardware line, come nnd loot
our goods and see how the prices suit. We vhall endeavor to
full line of
HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE,
tion, Washing: Machines, Churns, Etc, and a Full Lie of Ar ici
Phillips & Davison,
Among the Churches.
There will be a memorial sermon
preached at the Christian church,
this city, on Sunday morning, at
1 1 o'clock, May 27, by Rev. Bill-
ltigton. All are invited to attend.
J. W. Hicks, Com.
M E CHURCH.
Regular services at Masonic Hnll
every bunday. Jloming 11 o'clock.
Evening at 8 o'clock. Sunday school
10 n in. Epworth League 7 o'clock.
Prayer meeting Thursday night nt 8
o'clock. All uro welcome.
Rev. M. O. Bri.sk.
C P CHURCH
Sunday May 13 W V McGee
will preach his last sermon to the
C P Church of Cottage Grove.
GAM SING QUAH
The largest crowds that
bam C. Randall, Olo Ovland, of Eu
gene, Oregon, Orin Robinson, William
VanGorden.of Cottago Crove, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the nbovc-described lands nro
requested to file their claims in thin
office on or bofore said 12th dav of Julv.
J. T. BltlDOKH,
Successor to B. F. PHILLIPS,
All kinds of Produce bought at
the highest market values.
Call and get acquainted with us.
we shall be pleased at all times to
ever gathered for any purpose dur
ing this season were seen at the C P
church Tues and Wed eventnes to 1uote yu Pnces uPon
t nt. ii w 1
ucur ayuriMian cniuaman. lmnrfb.,! h t,c ,wi. 1
He is Impress v mid i'.,frcH J uuj-ur
and all who failed to hear him mis- "ot.
Kfrl n crrAnf trnofr I
--t"- ' r ...
Such polished Christians as thev wur !,toCK 13 new' neat auu clean
are show what Christianity can do and having had years of experience
for and give of their means to sup- 1,1 business, we assure you the very
mjri mem. , . . .
ucai Kuuua mc marker, auords, and
Bro McGee goes to Eucrene Sun
day to take part as one ot Presby- the lowest possible prices,
terie Commissions tn install i?
F Claycomb as pastor of the Eu- member the place: Phillips'
geueCP church. old stand, rott n.
1 vtvov. uicjjuu,
NOTICE FOR I'Um.ICATIOS.
United States I.indOfllco,
Rocobiirg, Oregon, April, 2H 1000.
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance wflh the provisions of the act of
CongrosH of June 3, 1878, entitled "An
act for the sale of timber lands in the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington Territory,' lr?nzo 11.
Canfield, of Cottage firovc, County ol
Ijiiu'. Stato of Oregon, has this day filed
in wiih omco ins sworn Htiitement ro.
000, for the purchase of tho SK M of
Section No. 28, in Township No. 23 H,
Range No. 1 V., nnd will offer proof to
show that 'ho land sought is more
valuablo for ltd timber or stono than for
agricultural purposes, nnd to cstnblish
his claim to said hind before the Register
amiKecdverolthls office al Kopcbnrg.
Oregon, on Monday tliu 23rd day of July,
Ho names as witnesses:
W II Martin. N Martin, J I Jones,
B E Lilly, of Cottage Grove, Oregon.
Any and all persona claiming ndvcrsoly
the above.de8cribed landu nro retjticstcd
to fllo their claim in this ofllco on or
before said 23rd dny of Julv, 1000.
J T Ilridgea,
BATHED AND I1ARIIERED
Aro luxuries that nil can enjoy on tho
Observation Car of tho new North Coast
Limited, in operntionjon and aftor April
-u, on tho Northern Pacific. This Ob
servation Car will bo a dandy. Got
North Cosst Limitod leaflet.
A. full line ofti
, The prides M
piease vou, am
in Taint ol qua
ity and beauta
Hemenway i Biirili
A cool nucnt on sahirv or comtnlintnn
'or Lano county. Address Box 3 Cot
tnge Grovo or call at this office.
Farmers if you want n eood culti
vator urijsi'in, vkatch Co, have
Did you noticethosobntli tubHntPhil
ips & Davison. Tlioy nro beautica.
J. P. Clirrin hnH n phulnn linn nt tn.
grain nnd figured wull pnpor, at prices
iu auu iiiu irnuu .
Phillips & D.ivlson linvo in tholr boo
ond shipment of gardon IooIh.
Special bargains in floorine. rus
tic and ceiling, in short length at
Booth-Kelly yard, Saginaw.
NOTICE F0 I'DflMCATiOli.
United States Unit onice, Iloitbnrt.OrtJ
Mrch 15, m
Notice Is hereby Klvon that In eoov""
with the proTlalons of tho act of CooP
June 3, 1878. entllted "An net for the "
tlmbor lamli In tho Btats of CallfornU.Offl
Nevada, amt Waihlnston Terrltnrr," 'J
Ilam.tail of Jf Innesilfs Comity of 0,1,!S1
maie 01 Mjnlieaota has this day filed "
office hl sworn statement No. Wi, for iMr
chaneoftheNKUof Beotlon No. SI. IsV.
hlllKn. U tn. V.. tlV anil Willi"
proof to show that the land' oubt
valuable for tti timber oritono than for fl
cultural purnoMf, and to ciUbllih bli e"
aid land before tha Itcirliler and "-'!
mm offloeat Itotobur. Oreiron, on tbiwi- !
29 day of May 1000.'
He names as witnesses: imJ,
H. J. Hanson, A.M. Nennj.O.of Kf' "
Any and all persons clatmlnt w
ore-desoribed lands aro requeitW '.
thAlr nlalrnM l.i 11.1a rifrf.A nn nr before !''
m m Tl n I rvi ITVi