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CREDIT IWEilE CREDIT IB
C. J. HOWARD
Kntarad t tht poitofflce at Cotur Oror,
Orttfoo f Second Clan rnll matter.
abasrlptlos price, OI.BO, In mlirsmce.
Advertising rte taaO known upon
FRIDAY, FKBRUARV I, I9I.
JAMES G. ELLIS,
COTTAGE GROVE, OR.
OREO OX IjEOISJjA T UJIE.
All Mail Onlcrs
T A. GILBERT,
Mr. Cushmnn, congressman from
the state of Washington, in his
criticism of the liver and harbor
committee in which he says some
very satirical things about the Co
lunibia river appropriation and Con
gressman Tongue, has proven very
conclusively that Oregon has an
able and well qualiGetl representa
tive in the person of Mr. Tongue.
Those who visited the legislative In its report of Congressman
halls of Oregon last week expecting Cushman's speech against the river
to see nn re-enactment of the ex- nn(j harbor bill, the Washington
citing scenes prevalent at former p0st of Jan. n, has the following:
senatorial elections were certainly imperial Caesar, Mr. Cushman
disappointed, and no doubt heartily said, had divided all Gaul into
so. A calmness prevades the two three parts. Caesar was an ancient
. kj:- : ..r.,ro tr Mie anu provincial, naa uc uvea to
b . . . .... the dawn of the twentieth century,
senatorial aiiair wuicu is " Isajrl be, he would have divided
and unknown in the history of "gall" into enough fragments to
senatorial elections in Oregon, cive one to each member of the
When one recalls the great struggle River and Harbor Committee. He Headquarters for MINING MEN
and bitterness during Mitchell's was especially severe in Ins cnti-
fiirkf ? tWnrl Ph,Vo nnrl then " ",C -HH'P" awureu KVEHV WAST ATTENDED TO
' by Mr. longue ot uregon tor ins
the strife and excitement prevailing statei caiimg attention to the fact
during the last hold up, it is quite that though $5,000,000 had been Eugknk, ----- - Orkgon
impossible to imagine the present expended upon the Lolumbta nver
mlm nr1 nlarid txmrment. The between Portland and the sea, the
. r . . I. , depth of water was today less bv
members seem to be there this ses-1 - 5 , , ..... v
. seven jeci uian ii was oeiore
sionwith something else in view dollar was expended."
Desiaes electing a unnea oiaies Th s sounds ou te d ifterent to
A SHOE THAT IS WORN BY
All Fashionable Ladies.
IIOLLEKBECK BROS, k BRISTOW.
NOTICE 1'OK PUBLICATION".
United Staler Lund OHioe,
Ko-Bburjr, Oru., Jim. 15, 11)01.
Notice if hereby irivon that in com
plinnee with the proviHions of the nut of
enneresv ol Juno 3, lrwti. enlltlttl "An
... , . . .... ..I i ciiiiuresp ui uuu
senator, aitnougn to Desure, uiai is the remarks of the Oregonian of the act for the unlo of timber lands in the
a duty none should neglect, and all ,st instant when it nntted Cnnt-rc. s,",ei!.of Ctilifnrniii, Oregon, Xevmlii,
, . . ... tr i r uiKl Wiismnaton territory." its ex-
should exercise every effort to effect. man Cushman on the back, to the tended to nil the Public; Land Ptie by
Itispurely and simply a business Unjust detriment of Congressman fe T&nS'tt
acssion. .every uicuiucr in cui.cr Toneue , trom which the following of Oreiron. hat, thin dav tiled in this
house or senate seems to be looking ja an extract- ofliro !iis Rworn statement No. 1-102, for
. . a-. c, t is an cxirati. tho purchase of tlieSoiithwest (VO Quur-
mto the affairs of law and law mak- us g:ve credit where credit tw Se(;tion No, 34 ln Town.-hip No. 21
ing with keen interest, and all seem is due, but let us also $rive credit to South, Kanse No. 2 Went, und will offer
to have a splendid idea of economy, the Washington and Idaho, de e- tor ItH t& TOne
a feature heretofore unknown in gat'" at Waslnngron for the Snake than for agricultural purposes, and to
, .... . t and Columbia river appropriations, establish' his claim to said hind U'fnre
u.cguuicijBuuvi: xvcH1c- If ,hese rjvers flowed ti,rough Ore- "o Kegiutor and Receiver of this offlro
sentatives McQueen, Harris and jr0n we mieht have less tonat niir- Mt RoburB, Ore. on Friday the '-Dth
Hemenway from Lane, have their selves on the back about." "he names uswitnei-pcs
work well in hand. Mr. Toneue is an nhle and ran- J. D. Palmer; V. P. Phillipf. F. D
Another commendable feature of sistent worker and is deserving of aV" KoWnBon' ot CoMnBe
the present session is the scarcity of more consideration than the flour- Any and all persons elniminc nd-
,. r .uit. jUi. I s-t.: r j.. . . . I v'ersely the alove-desiTibetl lands are
uciks, umu WUU.-U uu uuuui isuinB oi praisewonn eauonais in reonested to Hie their claims in thin
must be laid to benator K.uyken- favor of such congressmen as Cush
t.Tr i ,1 i I
aau irom iane inrougn tne medium man, wnose very utterances con
i" ii. . . i I i
oi xne law governing cierKS ana mem mm as navmg taken any
clerk hire, known as the "Kuyken- stand other than that of opposition
dall Law." to the Columbia river improve
Much cheap talk has been going ment.
the rounds to the efTect that votes In the foregoing- words of the
are beiner boucht rieut and left. Oregonian "let us give credit
fand&nTwdujd thfrik to hear some where credit is due
of the vicious talk along this line
oilice on or before said 291 h day of
J. T. BitiDQE.s, Kcgistur.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United Ktaten Land Office.
Rosehnre, Ore., Dec. 20, 1000. '
Notice is hereby jdven that in com
pliance with I lie provuinnn ol the net of
Uonurenn ol June a, 1878, entitle! "An
act for the pale of timber lands in t)
.Stales of California. Orec'on.Nevaila iini
Wfinhinirtiin THrritnri.." iih HXtmnli! tn
rewer uaunncs id me great state all the ruiillu J.anil stales uv net An
nmr.nn oor, Knncl t,.. 1 t. ClIHt 4. 1892, .lames . . Uoyd, Ol UottllCi
ing, more manly or more business has this duv lileil in this office bin pworn
like men than those combiner th s.,nfu'"?". N" l:7. (or the purchaHoof
0 the HW Jf. of Section Ko. 14, in Town
Lane county delegation in the ship No. 22 S. Ramie No. 2 W.. ami will
nr liner )!of tn hIiow that the land huiiitIi
MU.W w. UWU3V. I . . I.... I.,,. .
in iiiuir tiiiuiijic: iifi nn iiimiur iir Mime
than for nuricultnr.il ntutioHec. and to
It IS hicrll time the citv tnnt nr. establish his claim to said land befori
I I ht TtfMfiytHriind Icim. vit of t Iiim nmp nf
casion to replace and repair the iiosehnrjr. Oreunn, on Monday, the 4th
side walks wliich wpri flnmno-fl (tayoi .March, lifoi
standard as deoicted bv the averace ' . . ... . He names witnesces:
... " iuuu. uiauiaceu uunntr ine recent i t ii.tuin. ihii; sn t,,..i.
" . fl(,,r WIIK. ill. fx
hich water. Lewis, O.lirumbauuh.of Cottuue Grove
Any and nil persons elniminc nd
versclv the nhuve-deiwrihi'd Innilii nn.
nill often cause a horrible Burn, reouested to file their claims in th
Scald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen'a Arnica pfhee on or before said 4th day of March
KnlvR will kill iUn noin orwt I.. 1U1.
"I ... v..w it. ,iu MlutlllJU.
heal it. Cures Fever Sores, Ulcers.
Boils, Corns, nil Skin Eruptions. Best WANTED!
rue cure on earth. Unly 2oct. a box. nollablo man for Manaeer of Iiranch offlre
we wuu to open in tms vicinity.
A Great Reduction
Ladies, Misses and Childrcns m
Jackets and Capes, j
Call Sarly for Bargains
I Lurch's Lurch's i
g A CARLOAD OF l
-.T-r- c c- u r cr c-
a full line ok thf.5s
The Prices will please
you, and in point of
Quality and Beauty
cannot be beaten.
1 Barkholder. i
To The PUBLIC 1
Arc You Wanting a Heating Stove or a Cook P
ii COME IN AND SEE US w
We are Selling our Heaters at a Ten Per Cent DISCOUNT
and giving a Good Uig Discount on Coolc Stoves. Alto
have a Ilig Stock of HARDWARE, TINWARE, FABM
IMPLEMENTS, Etc., to select from.
Come In ami See What ire Jlave for Sate.
that the legislative halls of Oregon
are being turned into a second-hand
junk shop. Upon mature thought,
however it will be determined that
while some money may be
used in the fight for senator, it is
not very promisciously flung in the
faces of the legislators, else they
are a class of men far above the
political orator who is now dwell
ing upon the affairs of the state at
One might be excused for giving
voice to the assertion that there is
considerable honor yet in the make
up of candidates and members alike.
This in itself is, no doubt, a poor
and unpraiseworth compliment to Uure guaranteed
all parties concerned, but notwith- CM,russis!
A FRIGHTFUL BLUNDER
J. T. Bridges, Register.
Hold by Benson Drug
If Your record
O. K. here la an onportanltv.
goou rcierenro wiien writing.
The A. T. MORRIS Wholesale House,
Illuitrated catalogue 4 ct. stamps.
Standing, taken in the face of the FOr your consideration,
degrading and unmanly comments Suits cleaned and pressed from
Hung Broadcast in tne lace ot both 2.2; and ud according to teYtnre. wanted. Capable, reliable person in
members and candidates, it will no Prices in proportion per single iH7.SffiS&
uuuui uc giaui) ing. mem. .cucne oieam Cleaning per year, puynuie weekly ; iter day nb
Works, Geo. E.
In view of the fact that Corbett and Dyeing
has been accused of vote buvinf. in ""'"'Ui AKi.
me event ot nis deieat tt will cer- Benson Dnuo Co, the druggist, will re
tainly reflect credit upon each and fund you your money if you ate not
every member. Should McBride 8atiBfled after using Chamberlain's
be the lucky man, it being gener
ally known that he does not possess
the sack, no harsh words con be
fotutely euro und all expenses: straight
Dnnii-imo siuary, no commission; tmlurv
paid enun oatumay ami expense mone
advanced eimh week. 8TANDARI
HOUSE, ai4 Deardosn St.. Chicago.
btomauhe and Liver TabletB. They
cure disorders of the stomach, bilious
ness, constipation and headache. Price
25 cents. Samples free.
Tn the Circuit Court of tlic State ot Oregon lor
nut; i oumy.
MAUV IIOLLIDAY, Plaintiff
W. P. HOI.UPAV. DefcndantS
To W. P. Ilolllday, the above named defendant
entitled Court and ramie on or before the 18th
in tne ."amo oi ine mate oi Oregon you are
r required to anncar and anauer flio mm.
plaint of plaintiff filed axalnat you in the above
said relative to money and influence
in his vote getting. Mitchell is said
to be without financial funds, so ij;
stands to reason whoever shall win,
unless new developments shall alter
the financial conditions attendant
upon the election, shall reflect
credit upon the campaign and give
the cry that money is responsible street.
for the election of a senator the lie.
To the. casual observer there is
some remnant of honor still in Ore- for ai,aska.
gon politics thank God. Thos. Hunt of Wildwood was in
the city Saturday and left for points
I he curlew ordinance ot this city north. Mr. Hunt contemplates nn
seems to have good effect. Occa- early departure for Seattle, Was.,
sionaiiy some youngster rebels, Dtit at which point he will join the
lie maketh home just the same, or geographical survevinir oartv and conniypjerk of Lane county, Oregon, and the
, , ,.... f .. "lv-J'"h t""1 Judge of the Probate Court liaa fixed Tuelay,
else be walketu along side of Night- again cast his lot in the northern MVch6V,,,9l01,ttV'!o,cIot'kp,m,tuoroo''l',uo
day of March, 1001. that bclnetlioflritdavof tlm
T-Tnvifitr nrninnnf1,r ,.,1 j.. next regular term of aald Court, to be begun and
riaving permanently located 111 holden In Eugene, Ijne County, Oregon, and If
lrnv T .,,511 tok n f... j"u nil--r answer am com plan
jrove, 1 Will take a few for want thereof, the plaintiff will apply to aal
nunils TTirmnnr onrl TI,rr..rrV, C','t for the relief pruved for In aald complain
pupiib. narniOIlJ atlU IllOrOUgh towlt: ForadecreoofaaldCourtdecInrinirth
Bass a Soec altv. T?iMiPr r.-,n "LW,C"" P
1 w -J V r A t-U t
or American method.
Lall at residence. North River
Mrs. W. H. Adrams.
uro coniraci now oxixiinir oetwenn niuint
Iff and defendant forever dlnaoTrcd. thnt ulnlnt
Iff have the care and cuatod v of the minor child
of plaintiff and defendant and for uch other
ami lurtner reuei as to tne court may scorn
TIiIh aiimmona li nubllishcd ln the nnhemta
Nugget for tlx consecutive weeks by order of
linn If. It 1fln,Atl fn, t,wl lnw ra.
CountV.OlefiTon.wlllch RAld nrdnrh(,flri1flttlin
unnuayoi anuary, ivui, ami tne date of the
HM publication of this mimmons Is fixed and
prescribed ln said order for publication to bo
ruuruury jsi, jwi.
J. E, YOUNO.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is herobv eiven that tlm undAralffnAH
administrator of tho Otto Fredcrlcksen Estate
nasnieanis unai account 111 tno omcoof the
watchman Nunn to the cooler climes of Alaska! Mr. Hunt
. 1. t.A 4 - i a r i.. -i .
iicic ucwuiciu iu u iuw ucyicc uinictis iu uc aosent some nine
temperature. , months.
date for hearing the samo.
Any and all persons huvlnir oblectlons tn mlrl
account are notified to bo present and tile tho
Dated this First day of February, 1001.
rMCE LIST FOP. CI.EANIM1 :
Coats, - - - - 11.00, up.
Vests, - .Ml, up.
Pants, - - - - .75, up.
PP.ICE LIST FOR DVE1NO:
Suits, .... I'iM.up.
Single garments iu proportion.
Dress patterns, - 7Jj cts per yanl.
Dreics, - - - ' - !., up.
GEO.E. ailJJTITJr, Agent.
notice to OHKPiToitfl.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
has bevudnlyappolnteil by tho County Court of
HifiHiHliMif Oreiron for l.xne County, uilnilnls-
trittorof the estate of (lunrgo P. (laruntte, do-1
teased. All persons havlnv claims against said
estate arc hereby required to present tho same j
to ine itroiH.riy vermeil at mo ouiru mi j. r.. i
Vniinirln i'ottaird llrovc. Oreuon. wllhln six
iniiiiths from the date hereof.
Hated Hils'iJtli day of Jannsry, iwi. I
AdmlnlstrHtor of tho estate of Ocoru'o p. (in. I
rontte, deceasifl. I
1 Central Market
MePARLAND A CO, Proprietors.
Bepf, Mutton, 3?ork, "Veal,
Bcicori, Lard, Saxisage,
P'isli and Game in season
- AT THE
MAIN STREET, COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON.
KOT1CK FOK PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Kocclmrp, Oregon,
November 13, 11)00.
Notico Is hereby uiven that tlm follow
nnimxt settler has tiled notico of UU in
tention to make final nroof In Hunport
of Ids claim, and that suiil proof will be
made before Joel Woro, U. ri. Commit)
nionor. nt Euircno, Lane Co.. Oreuon. on
March 2, 1901. viz: Williitm V.
Cnnady, on II. K. No. 0CC0, for the W &
SW M. Sec. 8,Tp. L'O a., K. 3 Went .
nu iiaineu ine luiiuwiuir wunuseua in
prove ins contlnuoiiH renidenue upon
und cultivation of said land, viz:
iBhao Wilcox. Honry Jfreene. I-ninciH
Smith, Clmrles Wriglit, of.AVulker, Lane
J. 1. liHIDOKd,
Successor to B. F. PHIIvIvIPS,
All kinds of Produce bought
at the highest market values.
Call and get acquainted with
us. We shall be pleased at all
times to quote you prices
upon all lines handled by us,
whether you buy or not.
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
Remembef the place: Phillips'
old stand, Cottage Grove, Ore.
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General Agent for Oregon, Albany, Or.
We are now prepared to furnish
all kinds of Brackets, Mouldings,
Cornice, Sash and )oors, Door and
Window frames, Screen .Doors,
Windows, Pickets, etc.
Woodwork of all kinds made and
repaired. We will also work Floor
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size Studding, etc.
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