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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1901)
OUUH OP 011RON1O WAHUOKA AP
TERTIHKTY YBAKS OPSUP-
"I BUtTcrcd for thirty year with diar
rhoea nnd thought I wn ot Winn
cured,"' eays John S. Hnllowny of French
Camp, Mlsrt. "I liml spent ho natch
time n ml money and sultercd to much
that I lint) given up nil hopes of recovery.
1 was go feeble from the effects of the 1
An employe who has been with
the comity rock crusher operating
in this part of the county this sum
mer sends the Eugene Guard nn
account of its operations, from
T1IU CARNIVAL NOW ON.
s oi the ...t.:i. ..... t. rii.
.liarrhoea Unit I rotiM d.i no kind of I "c M,KC lut"
liibor. couUI not even travel, but bv nc- This crusher with M. C. Goode-
vident I win periniltvl to liml a bottle
nhiinili.Tl.iiii'x Culii. t'luiliil uiul
Diarrhoea lieinvdy, ami nfter Inking me need operations
several ooltlcn la... entirely cilretl ol
that trouble. 1 imi ?o plcnjed with
This Friday evening the Port
land Cainivnl opens in a brilliant
nrray of splendor such as is seldom
seen in the northwest. The great
exposition building was illuminated
by nearly 3800 electric lights, while
the adjoining Multnomah Field,
with its five acres had lights
f Kuircne in charue. com- equaling 40.000 candle-power. The
1 r,r.rnfir.c m nivi.ii. nn Carnival will afford n whole month
that point ) miles of of pleasure and interesting instruc
:iRht feel in 'width was io- The railroads and steatn-
the result that I um nnxiotlK llnit it Iks road about eidl:
breach of ..II who M.UVr m Hmw." COVered with the crushed rock for boats arc going to carry people to
or mitts hv IU'.nh.s Diicu Co., (JottUKc . . . r... rr.,..i ...
lirove. UviM&AiruuATK, Drain. a depth of to to 12 inches That and from the Cnrnhal ut one and
t v.- nUU,lt, road extends from the Frank M. one-inird lare mr me round trip,
A Ml 1 1 1 Uh IhKKUK. .... . , ... ... . mwl ttirir Kvriirvinn tirL-i'K will I10
fitnli rlir nl'rilil fmtr
"Awful anxiety was felt for Hie widow .. . ... ,. r- Thirn will nnt
ofthebraveyenUurnhamofMaeh- nRe -'rove. sol 10 . V W in "
Me., when tho .loeton. said she the farm of IS. F. Smith at Divide, be a dull moment at the Carnival
woul.l die from Pneumonia before TIks crusher , 'was then moved to some sou of entertainment will be
naming-' writes Mrs. S. II. i.l.ieoin, tlle Cochran farm about one mile going on nil the time, afternoon
UttllJtifc north of Cottage Grove. At this'""" evening, with two full military
eovery, whirli had more than once piaCe the road north of the Coast bamls discoursing music. The ar
"T lHe;."m' !' hr i'..?!!i; wrt.i,. i,., .,in,!:n ci.;i. ray of attractions will be tinsur-
IHIIllliUll- AIKT UIKIII, SHU CfUllfc IUI 11 wwti J'iuvwi nuiitu
nhtl.t. rurthcr use entirely eure.1 Her." condition as theoneat Divide, from 1 pnsse", ami ine v-nrnivni win lost a
This innrvellons medicine is gunnm- ..... , ' mii,
teed to cure nil Throat, Cher-t und I.ntiB the City limits to a point JUSt be-mo,un-
SoSE J county bridge across the! .-The CW,, Smie Pair at W
... " fnncl T."ot- o 1 clniira nf nun o.irl o bellleilllHT J.hll Itl'jStll. 11X11. illflUttivU.
. t.rnniitti.ti in lux 1 111 Iuit tltlti vtntr rltitt
STOOD DKVTH OFF J iuu uciciujuit ( nas yei ikoii ikmiu mw iouuhi'm ur
E.n.MUm.ay.a.;wyerof Henrietta, j during the rainy season has been andj,,,rm,h.n lve l,eu
Tex., once fooled a j;rnve-lifger. He almost impassible but now it will , KiVcn to the Stock Exhibit, owinir to the
suys: "Jly brother wuh very low with be eciual to the best roads in the 1 B"1 consiatuiy lucreusing interest
malarial fever and jaundice. I per- COttnty
M.aded l.lm to trv Electric Bitters, and 1 . . - ., , . ,
he was soon much better, but contmue.1 At PreSe,,t the crusucr 13 gnnd-
tlwir use until he was wholly cured. I mg out rock tor a small niece of
nm sure weciric imiers saveii ins ine." , t p0,M r.rnvi. Tlnrin
This remev expels n.alaris, kills dis-!,oaa ,n LottaBe Oroe. Dunn
ease trerms and purities the blood; aids, the latter part of the week it will be
diVesliori, regulates liver, kidneys and removeH to Su-iimv ivhprp thpro
boe . ciirps con.tmat on. ivmiuiiii. 'emoea 10 oa(,inav w nere mere
nervous diseases, kidney troubles, fe-' is about three-quarters of a mile of
Bxuecompiaims; gives peneci i.ei.uii. ' j , u frM.A,i ,..:,t, M:li..,l
Only 60c ut Be.sso.v DiVuo (Vs drug road 10 De treate(l crushed
tore. jrock. From that place it will be
niUMni-RuiX's rniirtii nmi-nvi removed to Walker's
A GREAT FAVOKITE. I where there is
in clflirvin thrui.uhoi.t the fli.li. Pur
this occasion, th Southern Pacill.i ('o.
will n.i.ku 1. rati) of onefxro for I hi run ml
jtrit). from all its slationsiu Ortvon, to
ASTHMA CUK:IT 3K3ijT I
Aitlimolenc Brings Instant Relief and Permanent Cure
In all Cases.
SUNT ABSOMJTliLY FR15K ON R1JCKIPT OF POSTAL.
" There is notlilnu' like AsthmaliMio. It brlnns
Inatant telh'f, uvcu In tha worst canes. It cures
when nit ole faila,
1 The Hov. 0. P. W'KIAM of Villa Klilite, 111.,
says; "Your trial IniIIIu of Anlhiimluuu recelvetl
in cikmI eomlillon . I cannot tell vou how thailk.
fill I feel I for tho uood derived from it. I whs a (
slave, I'ludmil with putrid soruthroiitaiidiiHthmii A
t 1 .1 ...... I ..I ......I t T
III It'll I'llin. I 1ll'P)llll I'll II. 1TVIT IfV... 1'iiriii, 1
saw void' ailvertlHeineut for the cine of this
dieaiifiil and Icnientlnc dlseai-e, iikIIiiii.i, nnd
1 1 1 o m t 1 t you hiidoverspokeii yourself, hut tcnolvcd
loulveitatrl.il. To my surprise (he trial acted
like 11 charm. Send inu a full-sized buttle."
We waul to send to every snllerer a trial treatment ol Ailhmiilciii',
similar loihe lino llnit cured Mr. Wells. We'll send it bv mail I'O-T-
rAIII, Absollllelv 1'ree of (?haree. to iinv si.mirnr who will write fur
it, even on a postal. Never iiiiml. thuiiuhyouiireitcspitirim:, however
bad your ease, Asihmalene w:ll relleveunil tune. The woise yonrcase
the more ulnd t aro to scl.il it. tin lint ililnv. Wrllniit lini'i.. ml.
dtt'HsliiK lilt. TAFT llltOS.' MEDICINE CO.. 7U East KWlh St..
A. t. City. Sold by all Driiuclsts. A
Salem and return, 11 ml it is to bo hoped
that everyone who can do so will show
his appreciation by titkinu ailv.intav'e of
this opportunity tu puss n few days
pleasantly und profitably at our State
two week s work, inc
The soothing nnd healing properties awaiting the plant, and from that
of this remedy, its pleasant taste and ' place it will be removed to Goshen
prompt and permanent cures have made jwhere the season's work will be
it a irrent favorite with neoole everr- . . :
w..c. t. t'i. .. nnisueci. romttiere the plant Trains leave Cottinre Grove for Port
of small children fo'rcolds, croup and u''" De taen to the farm of County J j1""' ""'J Wll "lations at ':14 a m and
. .1. . . - 1. . r. ..... ' . . . . 1 1' m.
wuuupi.iK caiiK.i, iis it uiivnyn unorus , Lommissioner H. IJ. Munrrts 1
quick relief, ami a it contains no opium ;. ... . ,,..j .
tr other tntrnifuldruK.it may be given
as confidently ton buhy us to an mliilt.
i'or salt? by BvNbOX 1)elo Co. Cottage
Grove. Lyons & Ameoate, Drain.
NoUbly antong the pleasures afforded
fcy'the Sliasta Kotitentbe winter trip'
to Stxrtlern California and Arizona. '
Itenewetl acquaintance with thUemion
will ever develop fresh points of interest
nnd added sources of enjoyment, under
its sunny skies, in the variety of its in
dustries, in its prolific vegetation and
among it numberless resorts of moun
tain, shore, valley and plain.
llie two daily hriauta trains from
winter. Mr. Goodenow expects
to finish the season's work about
When the commissioners' court
placed Mr. Goodenow in charge of
this crusher they certainly selected
the right man for the position.
While everything is bought that is
needed for the operation of the
plant, the utmost economy is ob
served in all departments of the
work. So close attention has he
rars, bnt the low rates of fare will still
continue in eflct,
Illustrated cuides to the winter re
orts of California ind Arizona muv be
had on application to
C. II. Maukiiam, G . P. A.,
Portland to California have been re- paid to every detail since he has
cently equipped with the most approved u", t,,i : . c .1 .
intern if standard nnd tourist Sleeping ! been Placed m charge of the plant
mat mere uas not Dee
cident worthy of mention
There are about 13 men employed
with this crusher and the cost to
the county is about $25 per day.
While this may seem extravagant
to some, yet the road treated by
crnshed rock is in perfect condition
and on the whole this is the most
economic way of building perma
The rock is taken from the
quarries and broken up by men
employed for the purpose and
hauled to the crusher with two
" Cottage Grove
" San Francisco
" Kansas eitv
" Chicago '
" Los Angeles
" El Paso
" Fort Worth
" City of Mexico
" New Orleans
" New York
8 :8U a in
'J :G7 p in
6:10 p m
7.45 p m
4 :55 a in
0:30 a 111
7 25 a 111
7 H'J a m
2:1)0 p m
11:00 p m
1 1 :H0 a 111
7 :00 a m
0:42 a n.
12:10 p 111
Improved Farms for Sale.
Valuable Town Property, consisting of Business Houses
and Splendid Residences.
Lot on the pi'lurljxil Inixlntnn utreeln.
Mining Claims in Bohemia.
Abstract of title seemed und guaranteed.
Information 11s to the laws governing thu disposal of government lands.
How to secure homesteads, timber lands, miiring claims, etc.
Proiierly for salo published weekly.
CoTTAOKlinovK is the second city ill Ijitie county, Ortvoii. Has a popiilullou
of almul 1,200. llie tt'nler of the four polnls of the tiiitipuss t hen it comes to
EAST inures anil egress, jwiieniui win. its vast minim! remurces imiy thirty-live miles
" .'"" '-is. . .. .Mi.i.iiK " iv i-i ... i.. iirm . iiit. utile
in town. Prospective railroad to the mines. The Ciutst I'nrlt of tin U'iIIhiiu Im.
river, on which is situated thu Illack Unite onlcksilvei ml lllM. ntlttl'lMl lllflltM Mltll.ll
f I 11 .1 1. .1 f . ... . . .
K-U 1 C I "own tuniugi. tut i-enier 01 tnuciiy lurilisiung anuililaui waler iHt'llllles. II If
oniy it nine unit it nun 10 lis conni.ei.ee Willi itotv river, llie outlet ol the great
limber moires to the southeast. Wustw.u.l touartl the const minrn Is un In.
exluiustuble supply of Umber, interspaced with nuincrons rich funning luiiils
wen impruveii 11 1111 cuiiivateti.
North or south from hereon the S. 1'. railroad von can reach oilher Portlum!
or ban l-ranclsco and lie In touch with the whole uoiiil nn short not fee.
AV.tter works in full operation. Kleclrfc liL'htsaml lelenhoim mvhIhim rnnn.l. i..
ti9The bestiigrlcultur.il lauds in Ijhic county lie in the vicinity siii.ouuil
ing C.'iilliik'e (irove on either side, tit for fanning or stock raising.
8:30 p in
5:00 a rn
8:-f5 n m
7:00 a 111
0.15 p m
1 :.') a m
8:30 p m
8.05 u m
11:00 p in
-A. Few ol otir Barrains:
1 120 fret front 011 north siduof.Miiin
street, by olxuit 300 feet tlcep. ImiiiikIciI
by river on tho north. House of seven
rooms, barn and outhouses. This is the
best business location in Cottage Grove.
3 A two storv flnelv finished house.'
0:30 a m I eight rooms, bathroom ami outhoilees.
1 1 :.H0 a 111 Splendid location, two lots in l.ng ami
:tu 11 in laities mlililloii in southeast Cottage
0:30 p m Grove. PricH$1200.
Ul.- a III I JTu'n ufnrtr tlu'i.lltiif, li.inun ti.n
12:10 p m j r,KniH, brick fruit house, fruit trees, 00
both feet front on north ride of Main street bv
CUTS AXD BRUISES QUICKLY
Chainberlain's Puin Balm applicii to
a cut, bruise, burn, scald or like injury
will instantly allay the pain and will
heal the parts in less tinw than any
other trcatiiHjnt. Unless the injury is
Yeryeeve.ru it will not leaven scar. Pain
Balm also- cum rheumatism, sprains,
Dwellings und lameness. For sale bv
Bensos Dbto Co. Cottage Grove. Lyons
A SHOCKING" CALAMITY
Lately befell a railroad laborer,
writes Dr. A. Kellett,of Williford, Ark
"His foot was badly crushed, but Buck
len's Arnica Salvo quickly cured him.
It's simply womWful for Burns, Boils.
riles ami all L.ut eruptions. It's the
world's champion healer. Cure guar
anteed. 25e. Sold bvJJENso.s I)uo Co,
Have you a sense of fullness in the
region of your stomach after eating? If
so you will be benefited bv using Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
They also cure belching and t-our stow
acn. tney regulate the bowels too.
Price, 25 cents. Sold by Bbnson Ditto
So sure are we that the locating of a
Jew of our Electric Belts will develop
into numerous sales of our Belts and
Appliances, that we aio willing to send
one free to any sufTerer from the follow
ing diseases : Cold extremities, Crysto
eele, Female weakness, Kidney com
plaint, Leucorrhea, Liver complaint.
Paralysir, Last vitality, Nervousdebilitv,
Self abuse. Worn-out women, Sciatica,
Weak and Nervous women, Irregular
menstruation. Impotency, Rheumatism.
Diminutive Shrunken and Undeveloped
Sexual organs, and Catarrh.
Address for illustrated circular, etc.,
Sanitarium City Electrical Co., Battle
WORKING NIGHT AND DAY.
The busiest nnd mighties little thing
that eyer was made is Dr. King's New
Life Pills. These pills change weakness
into strength, listfessness into energy,
brujn-fsg into mentul power. They're
womjerful In building up the health.
Only 25c per box. Sold by Benson
Subscribe for the Nugget ,
Pullman and Tourists cars an
trains. Chair cars Sacramento to Ogdeu 300 feel deep, corner proper! v
ami hi Paso, ami tourist cars to Chicago location for a hotel. Price 12750,
c. 1 x-u... n.i.,.... .... r.. ...... I
. n I ft A tu'ri Hlnrv lino. iiliiinMt nnu ilui.ll.
Connecting at.San rruneisco with the ilim,. o imrn nllli outhouse
NOTICE FOK l'L'BI.ICATION".
United Slates Land Office, Jlowburg, Ore.
Sept. 6th, 1901.
Notice l hereby given that In compliance
wllhthc provision! ol the act of t'ongrcni of
June 3, 1878, entitled "An act for the Dale of
Umber land In the States of California, Oregon.
Nevada and Washington Territory," a ex
tended to all the Public l-and State by act of
August 4, 1W2, John II. Weaver of Baglnaw,
county of Lane, State of Oregon, has
this day filed In thin offlco his aworn statement
No. 1821, for the purrliam; of the HlVJf BE'i, Y.
SWJi, NWJi fiWJf of Section No. 20 In Town
ship No. 21 South, itangoNo. 1 West, and will
offer proof to ahow that the land sought Is more
valuable lor Its timber or stone than for agrl.
cultural nnrnoKCs. and to pthllh hit.in. I
said land before the Keglsler and Receiver of
this office at ICoseburg, Oregon, on WednesIay
the 27th day of November, 1901.
He name as tvftnees:
L. W. Rlggsof Saginatr, Oregon. John Grarof
oaginaw, urcgon, Mwanl Colo ol Star, Oregon,
Benjamin Hall of Star, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely tho
abore-dcscrlbed lands are requested to file
their claims In this offlco on or before kald 27th
day of Nov., 1901.
J.T. Beidoks, Ilegister.
n a sinsle ac- r.cvorul nwn. P.. i"r iionviiiin, eoniplete. three loin. A spl.uidid or
inn Japan, l,liiu.i, 1'l.lllipines, Central ami ,.honl of voung bearing trees, logefher
........ with grapes ainl various KintlH ol lH'nles.
See agent al Cottiigo Grove station, or simme,! in Amv 11Ml UtuU-H n.l.lilion
C. H. Makkiiam, G P. A.
'vioit DR. JORDAN'S oneaH
MUSEUM OF ANATOMY
lOSt UABKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
( hwtn tlxOt s4 hnitj
In the World.
Urtalttt atlrnrtton tit tht CUV, U
irraltHOMs, or any contract-
tha oldnt Hprdjdbtun ttaa I'aclflo
I Coast EnUblblirdMyrara. A
DR. JOSDAH-PaiYATE DISEASES
Tunnsr nsrn and tulildle f
sstil men who are unVriiif A
frum lb rrfects of Toulhful lndlu
crvuuua or exirss in maturtr
' yeara. HerTuiiundphyilclll,llllT.lBi.
, IWlfnCf. LmI lla.liumi In .11 ,.,..'. ,
I cuiloiis; Mpcrtnaiurrticaa, 1'riui.iur
rhna.aanarrlicejt, Cllrfi, FrrarnrT
I f Urlnnllnr, !. My k combination if
.HV,,n,uiHiicDniiiT poiver, t.ie ooctnr
III feoutheaet Cottage Grove. Price f 1200.
A splendid ranch of lOO.aliout 00 ncres
heavily tlmlereil, balance easilv cleared,
never failing water supply, about four
I miles west of Cottace Grove. Cash price
ioou. a.so oiner terms. 10.1 win miss ty roan, in iriicis irnm o 10 luu acres,
a deal if you overlook this. , If you want a baiui.in look this up.
100 acres of agricultural and timber! Splendid cotlaueon Pourth street.S750.
land, well watered, some improvements, ' Look this up if you want u bargain in .1
A good Ininliicrs plai-c.eontlisi.lc Main
Two splendid lots on second street in
Coltuge luove. Prirc 2I0.
:UM3 feet bv 100 feet in a suliurltin I.m-h.
lion'. Xiilutnl vpriug, oak.hl'es, 11 II, ml-
loiniug 1001 11 1 1 in 11. west uottugu (.irove,
Two lots in block 20, lng A lenities)
addition, 55 by 100 feet scpaiatulv
A liuelv lli.isheil two storv dwelling
house, ten rooms, ball) room, eemeiil
stone eellar, waler .mil electric lights
alxiut nine lots fronting 011 fourth street
adjoining river in rear, near Christian
church, good bam .imloulhoiipes. Price
Two story dwelling house, aix looms,
gri'Ml barn, and woisished, two la 1 git lots
on corner opiKisiru Cutholic chnrcli.
Two good lots near railroad 100 feel
failure. Price f 125.
Parmlng land, well improved. 1 mile
from Cottage (irove, adjoining the conn-
NOTIOi: I'd It I'lMII.IUATlON,
l'nltf.1 Htrtt Uml 0Hlri,
Itnatitilirsr. Ol., AllsuslO, 9u.
Nollm I hureby iilrfii lliat In compliant,,
Mllhthu priivlloiu nf llie nit (il Congri'ss t,
Juiiuil, 187K, I'lttlllfil "An art fur Ihn calunf
IlinU'rUiiilsIn I tin mates 11I Cnllfuriiln, ore.
Kim, Nuvaila anil Wasliliigton Terrllury,"
exlKmleil Inall Ilia I'ublti) Land Wtatei by act r
AtiKiiit I, mi, Milan H. Darker of Ktigvno.
loiititynt i.tsnc, rtlnte (or Territory) ot Uri-Kon.
Iiasthlsilay IIIkI III Ilila filtlie Ills sHnrn slali-.
liiriit.Nn. I7T7, fur the I'lirrlisniMil theHW l4 Hi:
SI! If N W I,, K lf MW I I, ol Swllim Nn.
tnwtislilp No. WR, lunge Sn. i W., anil nl
nniir proof In slinw that Dm 1m ml sought la
mure valuably fur Ma timber nr stiiuu limn l.,r
agrlrullural piir,avs, ami In I'.lstll.ti
elalni liisalil land lielore His Hrpl.tor ami lie
1 elver of Ilila nllli'f at Ib'sebtirK, 'Irrnon, 1,1,
Tln.rsilay, the 'illli day ol OrloU'f, IWI.
He names as wliifi
Mrs. Carrie M. darker of Kusfiir, Orrtmi.
Chailts WllliMor Uiraue, OriKnli, 51,1, III..
ell of liuell, (l.fK'Hi.l,. Illlsltap ol Kutsiie.
ny uiul nil persons rlalsilng aihersely Iho
almtiMlestrlboil lands sir impitsleil In 111,,
tlirlr 1I11I11H In this iiMit nn nr Ulme laid .'lih
day of Ocluber, lvul.
J.T. IImihui, ftegMvr.
NOTII'K t'Olt I'CIIMC.lTIO.V.
I'nlleil Males Uud DtW-.
IJi-sobiirK. Ore., Auiusl d, ltst
N'utliels lielrb)' irlteu thai III iiiinpllnnre
ulltilhn prnrlsliiiisuf Ilia mini I 'n hi; tew
June a, liTS, eiitltlnl "All arl fur lliowle or
timber lands In the Slates nf California, dm
Kim, Ne.adit and Wnahlngtim Territory," as
extended to alt the I'iiMIt .al.d Stales by ael of
August I. imi, Mrs. Carrie l. Ilsrtvr of K11
gene, iniinty ol Ijiio. stale (,.r Terrllnr)) nf
Oregon, has this day llleil It. litis nlllie Iiit
swnriistaleiiieiit, Nn. IW, fur Die pnrtt. 1.1
llieHt, NKII, N tfSKll of rVrthm No. Win
Tnnnslili No. H, ftanne Xti, A W.,ainl IH
offer priMif to almw that the land sought w
more tahialle for Its Hint tr nr stone Dial, fur
agrleulttiral pirise, and lit estatill.li h. r
elalni to said land U-fnre Ibe Itfglstrr and lie
relvernf this i.OUt at liiwelMirg, Otriiiu, mi
llmrMlay, ihe Villi day nf Ot'tiihv'r, loid.
fill nanitass wllners s:
M. H. Ilarker nf ruge.ic. Oreson. Cbsrte.
WIHm'" nl liraue, OreKnii, M. p, PUsell i.l
Nmell, Utlltiianif i:iimii. Outrun.
Any and all penauis I'laltnliiK aitvrrrely the,
nbnte die.lUHl lands are requested In n!
their rlaltna In Ihla nOlea nil or lfnrti said '.'lilt
day nKK'tnlier, HSU.
J.T. IIsii-ins, Keglster.
gooii range outlet, about 5 miles east of
haglnaw, Uregon. this Is a liar gain at
Lots in the P. G. McPurland addition
to Cottage Grove, on west side at prices
to suit purchasers for cash.
Five acres of line liuildlni! and nun-
cultural land, i milo cast of Cottage
(irove, on south side of county road to
lsoliemia. siuu per acre.
One hundred acres of improved land
Iving in a tract east und wtst within
qua ter of a mile of Cottage Grove, ad
joining county roan.
One hundred ncres improved land ad
joining county roan one.quarlerof .1 mile
west 01 tottngourovo, lying in n tract
norm ami soiiin.
JEROME KNOX & CO.
aasoarraiirwd 1,1. lr.ira,n, i, n, &
only airitrd ImmJt.tM r.ll.r. Km r..m. 9
I r , . uw nn. num toperiorni
. Tf.D,,tJ" m"n u pa lair and
Muye Ptiraldan and Burgeon, rrMmliisnl
tu bls.petruiltr-Olaesiaea or Hen. """""
KVI'lll, ,u i. vi ... ....
tha system llhou t tha uaa of Meieu rr. M
Trnaaea filled by ao Eipert Xtadleal
c,,r' tor nupiiire. A qalelr and radlaU S
?rt0L.p,., "lsrs and ri.tnlm.brf
Dr. Jordan'a special paloleu methods. A
EVKBT MAX anplrlngtonawlUreoelTaK
oar hanra ofHnton ol blsroniplalnr. A
lluU Ouarnnttt a VOHITXVS CUSJSInr
VW eat fna tintltrlnV. i
Consultation FltKK and strictly prlvaU.
CIIARUEH VEilY SBAKO.VAIILE.
Treatment persooatly or by letter.
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IfAnnlldE. tfotin Vumm. av.ln.hi.a
boole for men.) Callorwrlu
D& JORDAN ft f., 1051 Market8t.S.F. V
NOTICK FOIt 1'BIILICATION.
Land Ofllco at Itoseburg, Oregon,
Notice Is hereby given that Ihe following.
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof In support of his claim, nnd
that said proof will be made before Marie I.
Ware, If. H. Commissioner at Kugene, Oregon,
on October 8, 1tH)l, viz: I'cter Johnson, on II.
. 0740 for tho tats 8, 9, 10, 11 See. C, Tp. 23 S., It.
He names the following witnesses to provo
NOTICK FOK I'OIIUCATION.
tand Olllce at Itoseburg, Oregon,
August 21, 1001
Notice Is hereby given that Ihe following
named aotller has filed notlco of his Intention
to make final proof In supjiort of his claim, and
mat sain prool will be made boforo Mario I.
Ware, V. B. Commissioner at Kugene, Oregon
onOctobei 8th, 1501, viz: Andrew M. Claten,
on ii. k. who lor 1110 an hk l-l, H li B 1-1, Bee,
, Tp. ii H., It. 2 w.
lleiiamos the following wllnesscs to provo
bis continuous residence upon and cultivation his continuous resideueu upon and cultivation
U HniU I.IIU, Tl.i I nl .i, iMtll vl
Ole Olson, Andrew M. Clave., of Collage , .
Orovc, Oregon, Martin Terkleson, I.racl Wau- o""."' X'v 2 "JS. . Ii
man of Kuirnne. Orciron.
j . . iiRiuuEs, iteg.ster.
The Normal Bulletin comes to
us this week from Drain. It is
published by the Board of Regents
and edited by the faculty of that
splendid school. It is a neat little
paper and brim full of sound sug
gestions to teachers who aspire to
attaiu eminence in that chosen
field. It goes out to the young
people with the encouragement to
reach high and Vitb an assurance
that their aims can be accomplished
through the Drain Normal.
NOTICK FOIl 1'UIILICATION.
Ijind Ofllre at Itoseburg, Oregon,
August 23, 1!X)1.
Notice Is hereby given that Ihe following.
named settler has filed notlco of his Intention
J.T. JimixjEs, Ueglstur.
NOTICK FOH I'UIIMCAIION.
United Stales hind Olllce,
Hoscburg, Oregon, Sept., 3rd. 1101.
Notice Is hereby given that In compliance
j Maker. St.loufsMo.
to make final proof lit support of I.l. claim, and J ml"!lT,1., I'" f (i"BreM '
thataald proof will be made before Marie L. ! f. , . "878, entl led "An act for the sale of
Ware.U. 8. Commissioner at Kugono, Oregon, " , v""""""i "ro
on October 8, 1901, vis: Ole Olson, on II. K
9702 for the NBK H.NJj 8WA-l,Heo. 8, Tp,
22 8., It. 2 W.
Ho names tho following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz:
Andrew M. Claven, Fetor Johnson of Cottago
drove, Oregon, Martin Terkleson, Israel Ken
man of Kugene, Oregon.
j. i. iiKiixjKit, ucgisier.
A complete Hue always in stock
6B6 per M. at
gon, Nevada and Washington Territory:
extended to ull the Public Lund Rlittva by act
of AugusM, 1892, Iver lvorson, of Fir, County
ol Skagit, fitate of Washington, has till day
filed ill this ofllco his sworn statement No, 1811,
for the purchase of the N J NK 1-1, UK 1-1 NK
W, NK I-I 8K 1-1, of Bectlon No. 20ln Township
No. 20 B Ilango No, 7 West, and will offer proof
to show that Iho land sought is more valuable
for Its timber or stone than for agricultural
purposes, und to establish his claim to said
land boforo tl.o Hcglsterand ltecelverof (his
olllce at Itoseburg, Oregon, on Monday the lsth
day ol November, 1W1.
He names as witnesses:
(leo. Woolly of Drain, Oregon, L. 0. UoWolf
ol Portland, Oregon, Itlley Smith of Itoseburg,
Oregon, Itobort A. Uudordaloof Norman, Wash.
Any and all persona claiming adversely tho
alioveH escrltwd Undsaro requested to tile iholr
olttbetm 0norl""MM 18"'A
J. T. IiRiouKs, ilegister,
NOTICK roil ITRl.tCATIOK.
I'nlted Ktale. f.ind oaiii.
limeliMrg.Ore., Auxmt 13th, l'.el
Nnllre Is hereby glirii that In eiiai.lUiir
with llie prntlsliina nf lb arl nf t'oitarewnl
J line , IKTR, enlltleil "All act fur Ike ale nf
llmbvrlaml. In Ihe Males of i allfnrnla. (Ire.
Kon. Nevada and Washlngtnn Territory," asvx.
leude.1 loall tho IHMIr Und Mate by an of
August I, lew, Herbert A. Hlxon. flli.tim.
vllle. Cniinty of Wanpai-a. Hlair nl ivi..
on. In, has this day llleil In n,, inn,
li .worn statement No, I7, for the nun
nfllieHi, MVi;, NK l-l W l-l. M I I UK I I
of fcctliili Nn. Kin lown.lilp Xi. H. tnui'
mi. c-l.au. I will nffer proof lo l,ow thai
Ihe land svuglil Is More valuable for Its Umber
nrslmie than or agricultural purpinws.aiid t
.Vfl54.J',, i'df 4",JJ-iUUl'llM..rr Ibo
llfefflslcr and Iteieltcr I llils ifnlFeVi iiimi
hiirg, Oregiin. on PalunUiy, tliejml daytilNn-
Herman How. Wm. NeUnn, Krsiilt McKib.
Iie.ui, Muri ! McKiblaw.s.nf Cottage Orurti, Oio-
Any sii.it mII rni ibilmlng ndtertr Ihn
nuove-dfi-rilHMl allds are res.tte'li'sl In lllo
tlielr I'lslwulnthl. ol!lw on nr before said 3ml
lay nt November, lull.
J- T' '""laiiw, llerlster.
NOTICK FOK I'lIIII.ICATION.
IjumI (imesi al lUbiirg, Oregon.
August 7, ltsi.
Notice Is hereby girn that thu folliiwliic-
na.neil svlllerhaa Hll notltvofhls In ten I Ion
In make llual proof In support nf his claim, and
list salil proof will be made before Matte I..
Ware, I'. H. Commllii.irit Kuireiie, Or.-nii.
nil Hcptemlwrai, IWI. vli: (Miarlle H. Conanl on
lis II. K. No. 8179 for the NW U Hwe. I Tn. !0R.
It. I. West.
He names the folloMlng ultnesseatu prntu
lilscotitlnunus rcililrnrcupou and itiltlvatlon
of said land, viz:
J. Hardy Crow, William N. Crow, 8rtmurl H.
lH-kwiKid, Charlie-Ion, of l-orane, !nu
J.T. IIkipom, Ilegister.
NOTICK FOIt I'l'III.ICATION,
t'nllwl HtattMiUnil Ofllie
Iloscliurg, Ore., August 21, 1901.
Notlco Is hereby given that In coin,
pllanco with the provisions of the act
of Congress of Juno a, 17N, entitled "An
act fin tho sale of limber lauds in thu
Wales of California, Oregon, Nevada and Wash
Ingloi. Territory," as oxtended toull tho I'ubllo
Iwtnd State by act nf August I.1802, Frank A.
Kent of Kly, county or Kt. lyiuls. Stale of Min
nesota, has this day filed In this oite Ida
sworn atiite.iie.lt, No. l"l, for the imr.
chase of Iho 8W J-t NW l-l, N 1-2 SW 1.1.
NW l-l BK I I nf Kw'tlon No. 8 in Town.
ship No. 21 8, ltange 7 West, and will offer
proof to show that thu hind sought Is mora valu.
able for Ita timber nr stone than for agricultural
purposes, ami to establish his claim tusald land
efure Iho Ilegister nud Itccelrer of thU
olllce at Ito-eburg, Oregni., on n.ursdav. tho
7th day of NovumlKT, IWI.
He names as wltntuwea: U (I. DeWnlf of
I'ortlaud, Oregon, George Woolly nf Drain. Ore.
gon, Klmer Woolly nl Drain, Orei:ou. Ilunrv
Btelnlck of I'ortland, Orrgun.
Any and nil persona claiming adverselr the
above-described lands are requested to lllo
their claims In this ulllco on or before said
7th day of November, l(Kl.
J.T. iIkiikjm, Ilegister.
NOTICK FOIl rinil.lOATION.
Iji.iiI OIlUv ut Itoseburg, Oregon,
August 23, 1!H1,
Notice in hureby given tlitit thu follimii,.
named wilier has filed notlco of his lotnii,,
to mako final proof In support of his elalni, and
that said proof wllllio nmdu before Mario I
Ware, V.H. Co.ninlsstnner at Kugene. o,.
on OeV'bur 10th, 11)01, vizi ChiirKw Wlllso oi. H.
K. 8171 fur Ihe N)i NWl-I.NkNK i.i.k.,..
Ho nauica tho follnwliig wllnol SOS In
his continuous resldenco noon and miin...n....
of said land, viz i '
nlmM '' fi '""' H. Iiarker of Kngcne,
rt-Kon.aeorgo Bulder, Jamea Kach of Ixm.no
J. T, lliut.niw, Ilegister.
AflvcrtlM lu the Xtiggvt,
i,s-K u ''nil i-anSftAW-eM.! j-..i.r.-M..,.i. n -