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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1900)
C. J. HOWARD
r.nltrtd t the ixwloftlef nt CoIUro Orovc,
Oregon sSoDnil i'Um mull mutter.
Jim Amis has again flattened out
in the newspaper business, having
EDITOR, sold the "Citizen" formerly the
Rrondaxc to R. II Miller, well
known in Kugene. This is the
second time that Brother Amis has
Hulrilillon prli-r.SI.no, In niMnurr.
AilTt-rtMng rur mniln known upon I tlirOWll lip tllC Spiltlge, and it UUlSt
Kk i day, May it, 1900
THOS. II. TONGUE,
be regarded as an omen that the
Citizens ticket will be defeated at
the coming election. When Mr
Anus resurrected his paper two
years ago he had two reasons for so
doing-, one that he wished to make
life miserable IV r the present in
cumbent of the sher ffs office and
the other to lay the foundation for
Wash- the election of a fusion candidate to
th I iflicc of shcri ft" thus coming June.
1 he fact that Mr. Amis has spent
much of the time roasting the
Supreme Judge -
C. K. WOLVERTON, Linn present sheriff, during these two
Food and Dairy Com.
J. W. BAILEY, Multnomah
years, is evideuce that his will to
defeat Mr. Withers was good; and
Iwhen Mr. Withers got the iiotui-
1 nation in the convention and Mr.
Amis was forced to swallow all the
GEO. M. BROWN, Douglas Co vile things he had ever said about
Joint Senator, Lane, Douglas and the fusion sheriff, proved that a
Josephine division of the sheriffs swag had
R. A. BOOTH, Josephine Co. been agreed upon by the Guard and
Kor Renresentatives Amis. Amis went to work for
L. T. HARRIS, of Eugene. Withers with a vim; but as time
JAS. HE.MENWAY, Cottage elapsed, he realized that there was
n-AV frOTTTCT?'W T.orane. 1,0 Certainl' of Ir" her's elec
?, pm(,. t.,t,w- h'on, hence the sale of the "Citi-
O. E. KNOX, Cottage Grove, zen" for without the partial sup
The following from the Junclioi
Times, gives, an idea of that paper
opinion ol the republican candidates
for oflice in Lane county.
Ivan McQueen served in the last
session of the legislature mid made
a good record. He possesses splen
did ideas 011 political economy and
also a general knowledge of legis
lative work He is a good speaker
and is sure to win additional fttends
as the campaign progresses
The Roseburc Review in
-. E U. LEE. Junction City.
R. D. HAWLEY, Creswell.
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.
port of the sheriffs office that
paper could not exist another six
months, under the Amis manage
ment. Mr. Amis' disposal of the
Citizen, the only paper eligible to
the sheriffs patronage from a fu
sion standpoint, is significant that
he has no confidence in the election
of Mr.. Withers, iu fat Mr.
Amis admitted as much in an issue
of recent date.
Are you going to vote? If so,
REGISTER. You have just three
days to do it in.
The Leader man was very much
exercised last week in that the
Nugget called him down for his in
sinuations with reference to Mr.
Knox. Some peonle cultivate the
habit of lying to the extent that
The Guard, the Lane county mey uarcuy know when they are
paper which has crossed its politics telling an untruth or casting an in-
somauv times that all trace of its wnuauon. ui course it tne poor
original breed has been eliminated fellow did not know that he was
and now continues its wail iu the reflecting upon Mr. Knox s char
shatnrv coat of the degenerate, in- acter, lie is m a sense excusable
CMIUIHr 1 1 K r" lilt- lliril U 1IIJ LI J II " I - ...
. ? . ... j K- "Her, the new proprietor
.sciously adhere to either the demo- Qf the ..ciu ., former, tfae
orntii rf t-vrrn lief norK ic lirTt liner .
. r' Broadaxe, is a newspaper man of
about l.U. layior.ine repunncan much abilityi aml it is to be ,
nominee for commissioner, because that he wj make d h5s fonner
Mr. Taylor is a poor man and only rcord Jn the fjeld there.
pays 35 cents taxes. This remark. by mak; thfi oamend
corning from the Guard is enough tQ tfae bic as a a fi)
to disgust any fair minded populist reada coramendatioil fore; to
or democrat, and no doubt it will, ... ,i. t.
, . , the paper under the Amis manage-
auu '"" ment. Bohemia Nugget wishes
culUFlclc u. u.u u-.u Mn Miner success
metnoas. 1 ne juara aas always
been a hanger-on of the rich, and As County School Spueriu-
never condescends to consider a tendent Eugene Bond, the republi
poor man only in such (political) can nomiues will fill the bill to the
times as these when it insults the letter. He is a man of exemplary
dignity of the Arnei!:an voter in habits, thoroughly educated and
its "coarse attempts to play upon successful teacher. Coupled with
their sympathies. In this last these advantages he is deserving
break of the Guard it has given Should the voters place him in the
itself away in so blazen a manner office of superintendent ofschoo1
that the voters of the county cannot of Lane county, they will have no
help seeing it, and many of them occasion to regret their choice.
will turn away in disgust at the
thought of the Guard, which has
liowled its dismal wail of svmnathv
for the6or" in the eajs of the
populistibrothers for, lo 1 these
many months, advocating the elec
tion of a candidate oil the ground
that lie pays more taxes than an-
IVe Curry a Full Lino of
other candfdate is "richer" than "AiN I fa, OILS, BRUSHES
the other fellow. Is it a fact that WALL PAPER, GLASS
' the Guard admits that a man can
be rich even well off; and still be SciSfl cUl(l DOOPS
1 oneitr 11 not it acivocaies tne
election of the citizen's candidate
upon dishonest principles; and in
either event it -brands itself as a dis
houest polltital organ. Yes, Mr
Taylor, the republican candidate
CtaW : Cite : Colors
- 1 1 v - j " -
the delegates who gave him the The Best Ready-Mixed Paint on
Estimates Cheerfully given on
all classes of work.
Jenkins & toon.
nomination are not ashamed of it,
nettuer is Mr. rayior. rue re
publican party does not look up a
.mans tax roll before it considers his
nomination to public office possible.
It lie be holiest ue is wortuj ; and, IUST OPFNFH
being worthy, his chances in the With a fresh Stock of i'lgarii, Confectionery
republican ranks are just as good as r. s. SMITH'S
they would, be, had he his hand in Billiard, Pool&Card Rooms
the fusioni'st candidate's big sack hiftm'SStW
wiucu. uie uuara now orates auout. ,;;'"'iv.'r"!? "co
I UI(U U1YU US IX WUU
speaking of U. M. Vcatch, the
fusion tiominee for joint senator
says he "gained many frtencs by his
able administration of the office of
the Roseburc land office." Why
certainly. He campaigned the dis
trict for congress while the govern
ment was paying him $S.oo per day
for his services as register of the
land office. Yes, Veatch's (pa
litical) executive ability is un
questioned L. T. jHarris,
candidate on the republican ticket
for representative, is one of the
brightest young men iu the state.
He is a graduate of the university
and although a young man has a!
ready made his mark in the legal
profession. He is a gifted orator, a
sound and logical reasoner and is
sure to rank high in the legislative
halls of the state. He is exceed
ingly popular and enjoys a very ex
tensive acquaintance throughout
the entire county. He will be
elected by a h andsome majority.
James Hemenway, re
publican eandinate for the legis
lature on the republican ticket, is
an active business man of Cottage
Grove and enjoys the confidence
and esteem or the whole Bohemia
district. .He is a man of good
ability and will well represent the
interests of his constituency of the
great commonwealth of old Lane.
The raining interests desire a rep
resentative from this county who is
familiar with the wants and needs
of that gold producing section and
Mr. Hemenway is the man . .
O. F. Knox, the republican
nominee for county judge, is a resi
dent of Cottage Grove. He is a
pioneer business man of that
sprightly city and was engaged iu
the hardware business for years un
til a few months ago when he dis
posed of his interests. The nomi
nation was a very fortunate one- as
his years of active business and his
thorough knowledge of the county
especially fits him for that re
sponsible position. His integrity
is unchallenged and in him the
people will and a wise and just
official. He possesses a splendid
education, is progressive and be
lieves iu managing the affairs of
the county as economically as an
individual manages his own affairs.
Mr. Knox is very popular at home
and his friends, regardless of party
association, will reward him with
their sufferage in token of the esti
matiou in which he is held by his
Always a. I1 till Stock
NOTU'K i'OK ITHl.trATlON.
lml Ofllco nt Itosibiirg. Oregon,
April ft, UH10
Notice i lorcly civcii lliut lite d'l
liminiMituiH'd nuttier tins lilcd iiuliccul
liis intention to tnnke tlnul uh( hi ttti
port ol li its cliiini, tnni tluil mini pioof
will I'O inmle beforu Joel Wnro I S.
(.'oliunifoioner.at I'nirene, I.ant County,
011 Juno ID, MHH). vii : I: Mix Wnlkur,
willow of James A. Walker (liHH ael of
Hazel Pell on her It. V. . So. TA'.'S for
the S SK V, s k. SW l- Sec. 8, T.
1 K H West.
She mimes tliu following itnc8e to
prove uer continuum- rrsioVncc upon
iiihi cultivation ol until Ittml, viz:
McFARLAND & CO.
Israel J. (Jmv, I'.iviil Kitxon, H'rt ti.,,,1,,,,.. .
Dunning, Alliu" .McClane, llawl Hell,'
ro j) victors.
Ijxuii County, Orctruii.
NOTICI- I?OR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon.
February 21, igoo.
Notice is herebv given that the
following-named settler has filed 1
notice of his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will he made lw-
fore Joel Ware, U. S. Commissioner
at nugene, uregon, on .May 15,
1900, viz: Winficld S. Mi-tdicr on
II. K. No. 7224 for the V 1 2 SK
1-4, SI! 1-4 SW 1-4. and lot 2, sec
18, T. 20 S..R. 4V.
He names the following wit
nesses to prove his continuous resi
dence upon and cultivation of said
Herbert M. Doty. Charles K. '
Russell, Saiiiucl G. Lock wood, I.
P. Inman, of Lorane, Oregon.
J. T. I5kii:oj:s,
NOTICE FOR I'UliuCATlON.
Uniteil Stnten L-iml Oflleo,
Roseburg, Ore., April -Ji, !i.K).
nonets im nuruuv given that
I Uh.1 Million, I n.iv-(
nl, IJaccjii, I ,;u'(l,
I J ' . .. . .1 . u. . . . . --..
I .1 .-l 1 ! 1,1 4. I, I J t M l..
niicl Cn iihs in stvison
JVC Tf I I IJ)Vi,;
u arc liviini 111 a raniil uiii-: an at-.i of Pro-TMn,,,!, x. w. ,
nil. I you iiiimt move with it.
Keen mi with Hie tune. II von turn n ehun.-.i 1.. . .
tliu oprfr limit y.
You Can Uencfit Yourself by Calling At
W . ilMlSOll I J I ' 1 1 O C Jot 11 t )! 1 1 1 ir A
Pure Drugs and Chemicals.
lilianco with the pfoviHions of ihc net of
Consrwi of Jnne.'t, 1K7S, entitlixl "An
11 you want any i-ui: m the Hardware line, com.- .ml to
nnr t0(Mi mwi vi-i. In, it- ilw. . 11 ,
net for mil,. t ,i,.l.. 1' 1.. .... ' . " w .-,.,,1. c ,, Ciicaur U3
states of California" Ornl .ow.ia 1 Uil of
opIinrof'iSe, v$;;:?'ci 1 . mAVY AND SHELF hardware,
Lane, si.j.u of Oregon, h.in this .lay liiH Stoves, Tinwari, Miners Supp!, MeehAntes Tools. Cutlery,
in tins ollieo iiih Mworn kImIi.. ....... v.. ' i.... tv-f. . . . -w..v.M
in.u f...i i nun. ws I nir ivi.in(nrt. I hiirna . - 17.11 t. t a
s '.t of s-oetion No. .'), hi Tonn- implement.
(hill No. 21 S. Hanoi. i W u..,l .. .11
offer proof to hIiow that the l.i'n'.l H-jiiyhl
i. more valuable for its tin.l
thnii for ii(?rieultiiral puriMises, anil to
establish his claim to paid hunt before
the Re 'liter and Kecoiem- nfiiiiu nr.....
at Hos-eburir, Oregon, on Thursday tho
He nairn-H an uitncHsi-a :
Sun 0. Iian.lall, OioOvlan.l, of Ku
Kene, Ort'on, Orin Itobiimon, William
tuuuonieii, 01 L-oitajio (irove, Oregon.
Any and nil jiersoim eiuiininK at.
veely tho abovu-ileorilied lands! are
riiieiteI to lllo their claims in lliin
" " on or before Baid 12th day of July,
J. T. Iiitllxn.w,
Phillips & Davison.
To the mount.ninu our tienule in in
creafiinu nui)iber yeaily look for thoia
days of lelaxation and reereation neces-
unry to maintain tlie liuiniiu inuuliine iu
fair working condition. The languoioiiB
siotn 01 tno seashore nroven vrv k..
duetivo while it htHtu, but iiihiiv havu
decided that the annual outing 'nhoiild
pruviuu not oniy inaieal cnangu ol air
aim surrounding)), uut algo buuli stiuiu
lation of ilnirtrjii'-' enerL'ie.s as will nrri.
vide brawn and vigor lof tlie return to
labor. For this thev nr iln mum. t. tin
ciiinu nnu ramble, tho baisain of the
mouniaiu iiiuus. and t in ft,r ....
adulterated mountain air."
"in this direction the Shasta Itoule
now affords a wealth of attraction.". Th
entire 11110 01 road from Ah h un.l 1.1
ueuuing is BlUdded with unarm -j.i.I
accessible hotels and camps, where are
cheer and comfort unit In
reasonable coat, and whom the hit'lie?t
hunt, lish, ndo, loaf, or n av with nnnni
facility." Call and get acquainted with us
urn you look for healinc waters.
none Dotter can no found. m ,.i,r vve biiau ne nieased nt .nil ii..ic t
t .. ... vi bum. . .....v.. iu
....... v..o D,iiuBn Mi ilFllllinu. JOleStlll. .
Andersoii, liartlett, ltyjou and Paso 1uote yu P"ces
Icnnlr.Q " I
Successor to II. F. PHILLIPS,
All kinds of Produce bought at
NOTICE FOK I't'lil.ICATIOX.
Cliitinl Ht:iten I.anilOlllrc,
Roseburg, Oregon, April, M I'M).
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance wfth the provimnH of tin- act of
Congress of June :t, is7h, enliili-l "An
net for the sale of timber hunls in the
States of California, (Jrcgon, Nuv.ula,
and HaMiinglonTeiritorv," Lorenzo It.
Canllelil.of Collage (irow, Connlv of
Lane, Stale of Oregon, has this day "filed
m tnm ollieo Iiih sworn statement No.
UOO, for the piirchaFe of tho SR 1-1 of
heclion No. L'K, in Township No. IMS.
Itango No. 1 W., anil ill oiler proof to
show that he land sought is more
Valuable for its tilnbur nr ul.inn ( I Mill fnn
agricultural purtiohes, nnil to' ostabli.il,
his claim to said land before the RcgiMi-r
101.1 jui iiver 01 mis oiiitent ICofebnri;.
fii.(.(.M. r.... . .... .1.1 ii . . . "
HIOO -uuu'iiiy mi! -,ini nay 01 .1 illy ,
He names as witnesses:
' 11 . .
.iiiriin, .Martin, .1
I JiindH nrn himiUi.1
to fHu thoir ('Iiiinw n. it.iu- .,n..
before said 2.'Jrd day of July, 10(H).
J T Bridges,
K U Lilly, of Cottage Grove, Oregon.
Anv and nil iieikn.iu cl'iiniim. ..,1. .........
. . ...... ..1..., in, ui nu
me aiiove-iiescri hei Iiindu nn, .,.,.,,,,ui...i
NOTICE 1'OR I'URLICATION.
Lund Office at Roseburg. Oregon
vn : 1 1 .Mil-V fl 190
notice is horehvL'iven trmi tin. fiu...
jiiK-niinied settle,- has died notice- of his
intent on in nii. n.mi i 11 .
of his claim, and that said proof will bo
made before Register and' Receiver at
r0""''' "icgoii, on .nine moo. viz-i-iigono
E. Einiien, on his H. E. No!
A.:fi:ill lino offl
-L IH! pl'lCf'S VW
Aun&o you, am
hi imiu; ol qua!
iky and heaiitB
cai in ot 1 k 0 )oateJ
Hemenway 6 Burl
NOTIC'K KOIl I'UIIMCATIOX.
lug Europe, tho people of
.uouuiliu Vllliuy. mill inn U'n.wlrnnt,
k'ovvh oi Mariposa and ualave as; the
Parisians are- likolv to make I,..,, i-i,..,
euiiueniiug uieee attractive teeorts "
Send to Mr. 0. II. Markham, Gen
era I rassemror A cent. PoiJimwi f,.
v." """o ri,B. ""iistatjpiings,
McCloud River, Yoseniit, and excursion
upon all lines
handled by us, whether you buy or
A partner in a good paying busi
ness. Inquire at this office.
Our stock is new, neat and clean
and having had years of experience
in business, we assure you the very
best goods the market affords, and
the lowest possible prices,
Remember the place: Phillips'
old stand, Cottage Grove Orego.n.
NL 1-1 MV 1-1 Sc.. t. , s n ;, w
"I'HltllHIM II II inilHl'IIHr U'it i. nu...... t
.?.!? 1 HU0,'l'"H ICsidciICO 111)011 1111,1
ctdt vatioiioffaid land, viz:
iol,n,i iorTil,i1,),'i,,,J ;i""'t,A. II.
Oregon' yW' f CollnR0 Grovo'
KritlpA In )k..ui i
have hicn n ,T, .. .'l.J""'.''- H'?'v-irl
pstuin i.i w 1 u : ; r. '.-""""'"'""or m mo
nnuin, (ict'mi.cil . All i.nrun..
Jim. II Htcwarl,
Dnltixi Htiiio I.iin.l onii'o, ltocliiirf,0,,n
March 15, 1 I
N(illcnl honiliy clvon Umt In com
with Die iirrivhlDim of tho net o( CooJ"1!
Jano.'l, lh78, cnlllloil "An not for the "J
Umber lands hi lhuHlniinf rnllforiiM
NovikIu, ami Wushlnirum Territory," '''J
HHiiiHIiid of Mliiiiciiuilli f'oimty ol 'mv
HtiUonf MhillOMOta linn thin diiy filed !'
ollieo Ilia sworn n'litomoiit No W to: ttr
phiiHoofihoNKif nr fiMi.i.m no. SI. 1'
ililp No. 'ii H. flutiKO No. 3W.nd vN'l
proof to ahfiw Mini Hi. i lii.nl inillbt
vhIiihMo for Its tliulior or mono thnfo "
fiilitirnl piirpoiios.nnil to osliilillnh J
"inn lnd lioforo Ilia IteKlncr nl ' J
this omVo m KoDoburif, Oregon, on Toewn
"J day of Mny kxk).
no iiiuiich un wltncFucs: n iiiIH
A. a. Auby of Mliinciii.oll,Mlnti.. O.O-'rm
H. J. lUnifiii, A.M. Newman, of Kujen'i
Anv ami nil TiArsAna Mill in f II f
niiovo-dcNorltipfl IaikIs nro requeue11 jl
tlmli- f.lr.1..,. i.. .1.1., ..mn .... nr liCfPlS I
" VIHIIIIO HI lilQ Vfllll W WH
dav lit 1n u llbul
t t nsiM"