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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (April 25, 1902)
HOWARD & HENRY,
C,J. ItlWARD, .... ndllot.
LED W. HtlNRV. - AnmcMtC4ltor
mn4 liu-lneM Manegcr.
KntereiUt the poelofnce Ortttige rtrovt,
Oregon Hcronrl Class mall mt'.r.
Hirrtcrlrilliin price. I. no, In lnrr
rlvrttliiK ntHniin' ItimwH upon
THIS IWrTSn. Ukept on Mo l K. C. nraU't
A Ivcttlilnir AgTn-r, si and Merchant hi-
hang, San Francl-en, California , where eon
tracts lormlvatlUlngron tinttc (or It.
Friday, Arjm. 25, too-1-
i THO RnPUIILICAN TICKET. &
For Memter nf Congrc, Ftrct DUt.
TIIOS. II. TUNOUE. K.
Governor W, J. Kornlih. ol Tenille-
ton. ' it
Supreme judge-It. 8. Ben. of Eo. Sr.
Secretary of State F. I. Dnnbar. of
stale Trcainrer C.S.Moore, Klamath,
Falls. . , Si
Attorney Clonerat A. M.Crawtord.of p
RoMlUTK- ... y,
Btate Printer J. R. Whitney, of Al- Jl
Superintendent of Public Initruetlon jp
J. II. Aekcrman, of Portland. &
W. KUYKKNDALI,Ku(tenc. j
L.T. lIAltltlS. Eugene.
J. M.SItKLLKY. Eiwcne. 8'
t.X.KDWAKUS, Junction. S
R. U. LEE, Junction. &
A. J. JOIIXSOX, Crciwell. - (J
II. 1). EDWARDS. SnrlncflclJ. 5.
GEO. F. CRAW, Eugene.
D. P. BURTON', CottageGroYc.
C. M. COLIJER. Eurene.
UK. c. D. KING, Eugene.
One would think to read the
democratic papers regarding tbe
chances for success of their nominee
for governor that the republican
party was in the minority iu the
jtate. Thus far the democratic
party only claims the following re
publican counties: Multnomah,
Marion, Linn, Lane, Douglas,
Josephine, Polk, Jackson, Clatsop,
while in their magnanimity, they
concede that Benton is "in doubt."
- The democrats have ever been
mighty good talkers before election,
and in the matter of prevarication
jr. nrnli fir in tri. vtrim rmr
iWliendU comes to rlHngjvitei(theyJ
''pSre fe(v potatlfcs 2nd fjffic?jfernall
sort. It is a foregone conclusion
that the democrats hate Mr. Fur
nish the republican candidate for
governor, and for no other reason
than that of having sense enough
to leave the ragged path of demo
cratic inconsistency, and come over
into tbe smooth road of republican
prosperty. They would attempt to
turn the earth over to insure Mr,
' Furnish's defeat. But there is no
reason nor excuse for republicans
to draw tbe support of a single
vote away from Mr. Furnish.
' When he came to the republican
party, he came as one of the
country's rescurers, from a financial
fate,'' today appalling to many of
even the influential democrats. At
that time the republicans were
proud of Mr. Furnish and the class
of men like him, who had stamina
. to desert old party ties when a
keen sense of duty called them. If
we as republicans were proud of
him then we should be and are
doubly proud of him today; and by
virtue of the good vote of the re
publican party of Oregon he will be
the next Governor of the state by
the largest majority the state has
ever rolled up.
Last week one of the Nugget's
exchanges, in a somewhat slurring
way made mention of tbe fact that
lie" Nugget had made another
"periodicalchauge" referring to the
purchase of a half interest iu the
paper by Mr. Henry. To assist
that exchange in keeping track of
the changes that are taking place
in the Nugget, this paper will give
notice of any changes as they may
occur. This week attention is
railed to the fact that the Nugget
is enlarged with this issue from a
six-column quarto to a seven-col-.irati
quarto, increasing the reading
.Hid advertising space of the paper
ijbout twelve columns. The only
explanation necessary is the state
ment that our business makes the
change absolutely necessary.
The chances for the election of
the entire republican county ticket
were never more promising than at
present and if a man on tbe ticket
goes down to defeat something
wonderful must, happen between
now and election. Our ticket is
mi exceptionally good one and har
mony prevails quite generally in
the rauks of the party.
TO OUJl VATJIOXS.
At the head of these columns ap
pears the firm name of Howard &
Henry, editors, publishers and pro
prietors of Bohemia Nugget, Mr.
Henry having purchased a half in
terest in the plant as announced
From Hie first, each issue of
the Nugget 1ms grown in matter of
circulation, advertising patronage
and influence; and, as one of our
exchanges has said, has hail
"periodical changes" in size, always
growing larger instead of smaller.
At times, the founder of the paper
has had an uphill road to climb,
but thanks to the kind encour.iRe
nicut of good friend and true, for
all of which the old and new man
asememcnt alike is grateful, the
paper has pulled over the hill of un
certainty, and today stands third
in sire, third in circulation and
third in advertising patronage of
the papers of Lane county, while
its friends mid readers are scattered
I north, south, east and west, estab
lishing for the paper the fact that it
is one of the best advertising me
diums in the Willamette valley.
I It is the aim of the management
, to make, first of all, an up-to-date
'local paper, devoted,and classifying
its columns as fast ns possible, in
the interest of the various enter
prises and industries iu this section
Politically the paper will be re
publican, not of the chastising, per
sonal stripe, but from a broader
view, believing that the republican
party is best calculated, by virtue
of sound platform principles, to
preside over the destinies of the
country; but, at the same time, ex
ercising the same charity in the
matter of individual political opin
ion, as it asks for itself.
Again the management thanks
the patrons for the support receiv
ed in the past, and solicits a con
tinuation of the same, wherein, in
the estimation of its patrons, the
paper is deemed worthy.
Yours in friendship,
Howard & Henry.
In discussing Senator Jones' de
feat iu Arkansas, the New York
World says that his loss is democ
racy's gain, as the event will bring
about new leadership in the party
"If thischange," it says, "in the
direction of the National ' Com
mittee shall be accompanied with
the restoration of David I B. Hill to
the leadership of the New York
State Democracy, the poorold party
that has been floundering leaderless
through the Slough of Despond for
the last six years, fed chiefly on
west wind and rainbow dust, will
have a mighty good chance to recov
er its footing and put up a hopeful
fight for the control of the next
House." In commenting on the
above the Salem Journal says.
"While no doubt leadership is very
important, and that the Democratic
party is sadly deficient in this re
spect is plain, yet this is not De
mocracy's great need she needs
issues upon which to stand before
the people and a settled policy that
will command the confidence of the
people of the country. The return
of the Democratic party to power in
the near future is not at all likely.
The people must be given a chance
to forget the recent history of the
party, and that will require s.ome
The Guard takes Dr. King, the
republican nominee for coroner of
Lane county, to task for having
voted the straight republican ticket
all bis life, and then says that most
men would be ashamed of such a
record. No doubt the Guard bases
its assertion purely upon a demo
cratic standpoint. If a man had
nerve enough to vote the straight
democratic ticket all his life, why,
he should, of course, be ashamed of
his record as a voter; but voting
the straight republican ticket is a
horse of another color. No man
should be ashamed, nor should
even democrats expect him to bp
ashamed, of voting the straight
ticket of a nartv that has made
this country what it is to day
that rescued it from democratic
bankruptcy and placed it on a fi
nancial, commercial and industrial
standing never before attained by
any country on tbe face of the
earth. It is a record to be proud
of. While tbe democratic party
may be guilty of nominating men
for office of whom tbe voters are
secretly ashamed, it must be borne
in raiud that the republican pirty
does not do things that way. It
nominates men of whom the party
is proud and of whom it has no oc
casion to be ashamed.
Two Rousing Meetings
Held by the Citizens.-
NEARLY $3000 SUBSCRIBED.
At n m.vtltu; of tho eltlseiw of thin
city hold lit Martin's Hull lint Fri
day illicit with tho view t raMlign
bonunturtitt'OrvKon & Soiitlietwtorn
Hnllro.ul Co. to 1h ined In wviirlng n
rhtlit of w.iv for th eomiMtiv'n pro-poi-ed
line to ltolieinla. C. J. Howard
wax rhtwen chairman and Frank I).
Wheeler, mtvtury. I'poti motion a
commit too of hIv wax appointed by
tlieclialrto wvmv milcrlptlons to
the nropoMil right of way.
The object ot tho meeting WUH
Htatoil ami Manager V. F. Murphy
.,,..,1.. ,i utntomoiit to the effect that
the eiwt of the right of wit- would
npprmlnmte $0,000 ami then iiHketl
that tho cltlien donate at lean
"i'ho cltlion piYM-nt took kindly to
the proportion and tho chair wan
instructed to appoint n committee of
r-W to solicit siilicrlptlon. The-committee
win appointed in folloWH:
Mayor It. H. Job. Darwin ltrlstow.
F. !). Wheeler. C. H. llurkholdor.
Alfred lohiHon and D.i'i'l C olton.
Upon motion it was carried that
collected anil paid over to the coin-
iunv lit ttu end ol tiurt.v na.vn. an
other third when the road hall have
lieen completed for ton nillcs, and an
other third at the completion of
twenty miles of road.
During this tlineSecretary heeler,
assisted Iiv Attorney Kby drew up a
subscription paiwr and tho fun then
commenced. A stream oi uiuce
pre.-ent came up. and down went
their names tUt the way from 510 to
SsiOO. and liefore the ineotliiK ad
journed over ?i400 boon had mib-
Tho meet hit: adjourned to meet
last Tuesday night, at which time
the First .National Hank wax au
thoriied to collect tho subscription
mouev a it fell due and to turn over
the specified payments to the com-
'"a? this meetinc It was found that
$2SM had Ihvii Htilfcrllied. and sev
eral others were exrected to sub
scrllre. The voting men of tho city deserve
groat credit for their enthusiastic In
terest luthematterand the liberality
of their pledges. In fact many of
them contributed more lllrorally. in
proportion to their moans, than any
Following Is the list of KitbscrllvorH
and tlie amount stilwrilKil:
We the undersigned hereby siile
scrltro and agree to pay the sums not
opposite our respective tinmen to tlie I
Oregon nnd Southeastern Hallroad J
Company on the following condi
tions: One-thinl of the amount sub
scribed to lie paid on or licfoiv thirty
days from date: one-tniril on com
pletion of ten miles of railroad: one
thlnl mi iMiinnletliiii of the next ten
miles: said railroad .termlntis.tu.liukj-."
within tlie corporiiM mltM,of,tfcttlj-
urine, iiiie v imiii.1 .
wlrliln urn- rhiiiwiiiiil feet of the S E
corner of Jan. .McFarland D. L. C:
Eiikln & Ilrlstow KM
tJarninn & Homenwav
LeKoy Mining Co. by F. (i. Kby.
Crystal Con. Mining Co
F. I). Wheeler.
J. L. Leltoy
J. M. Sherwood
J. S. Medley
Hiawatha. Mining & .Milling Co
JohnHon & Kby
C. H. Iturkholiler
Chnr oh F. Mitchell
h. Martin & Son
D. E. Colton
J. K. Oxtrnnder
1j. F. Wooley
It. It. Job '!'
Cali Grocery Co 1"'
Geo. W. McQueen !
O. L. Hrown 15
F s. Hltiilu 15
A. U. Atkins 15
Sol DnvlilHOll 1
V. M. Khv
Col. W. H. Ulalr 1
II. C. Schleef -"0
James II. I'otts l"i
D. W. Bennett
T. M. Medley
V 1 llllll Ho i
8. 11. Moris
C. W. Wallace
Morgan and Urehaut.
W. E. Edwards
Chas. Ii. Duttou
J. A. Orlffln
O. F. Vaughn
O. H. Wlllaril & Co. . .
F. E. Ooodmnn 10
Frank Jordan 60
Jenkins & La wson 10
Ell Hangs, by W. S. C 20
D. H. Ilemenwny 2."
Piper & Vanilenunrg
IJ. O. Nelll & Co
E. A. Willson
Bnrtcls & Vcatch
F. It. I'hllllps
J. E. Young
Imiierliil Hotel, N. D. Hardy
H. C. Madsen
Geo. Wall 2.1
V. O. McFarland M
Cnmpltcll & Alexander 1(X)
Sunrise Mining Co iV
Chas. Ilowen 10
It. W. Newland 15
J. I. Jones ,. . 50
W. H.Abrams 10
The Portland Jourcal states that
the demand for Chamberlain pic
tures and buttons has been some
thing wonderful and seems to think
it an indication of his election, yet
we don't take it that way. It sim
ply indicates that be is going to
take a far journey, (up Salt Creek,)
and tbe people desire to retain
something by which to remember
who opposed Gov. Furnish iu the
"A tlAl.l.l I I.I. - i tu ..
UtnnilHTl.tn', Colic, Cholera nnd Dlsr-
jiiwn licnictlv when my "on v inner
up tti beyond hiuic hv my rotfiilur physl
wi"' w,Jutndi hiK'1 In li! prefeiilon.
- ""miniitoriim tnrco itoe ni u,
my on rcv,10,j eon-oioiuiioM unit re
covered outirrly within twentv-four
iimr," ,T, M,;. Mary lUllcr.ot Ml.
Jrttwtohl, V, Tim Koinedy U for isle.
u I.yont A AiinliV'i'o, Dudii. lluimoti
NOT1CR KOU l'Ul. LIGATION.
lrnltod States Land Office.
11... 1 f I. ,11 tlUIll
""S.'ounc. viv.. itpr. urn..
- ..v ii neren.i (.m u unu m inm
pllauce with the provisions ottho not
of loiigivKH l Juno :t. 1S7S, entitled
An act for tho sale of timber lands
In the Stntiw of California. Oregon.
Nevada, ami Wiiihlngton Territory."
its extended to all the Public Land
Mates by ,ct of August -1.1MI2, Oscar
Antelman. of West Superior.
I tmnty of llouctas. State of Wiscon
sin, has this day tiled In thin office his
sworn statement No. 227tl, for the
inirvlme of tin NK K of Section No.
IS, TowiiHlilp 2:1 South, of Itange2
West and will offer proof to show
that the laud sought Is more valu
able for Its timber or stone than for
agricultural purposes, and to estab
lish IiIm clahn to said land trofore Miv
rle L. Wiiret 1)k S. Commissioner at
Kugone. tijpjtm, tin Satuiilay the ."th
day of Jiiffluoj. '
He iiniitcs as witnesses
Jus. L. McCormlck. Herman T.
Oregon, Wm.Wltte.of Amos. Oregon.
An.v and nil persons elalnibig ad
vomely tlieabove-dexcrllK'd lands are
niiuestedto tile their claims In this
office on or liefore said 5th day ot
J T. llimxins. Register.
NOTICE FOlt IH'IILICATION.
United States Land Office.
HtMbitrg. Ore., Apr. It. IW2.
Notice Is hereby given that Iu com
pliance with the provisions of the
act. of CniivKs of June it. IS1S. en
tm..il " A.. tli.i -ml. ni tlnilmr
lands la tli Stiitex of California
lrnti. Nevnilti nnd WjishtiiLrton
rltory," im'extendetl to all the 1
iil- Isanti itaicH i. act in auniini 11 is.
tMt, Henrr Itrnk. of Sllvcrton, W
County of Miirlim. State ot Oregon;
has this diiv tiled In this otllce his 1
sworn statement No 22i)2. for the
pm-clmse of theSKi of Section No.
M In f.Townslilp No. 20 S,
Hivigii No. tl W.. and will orfor
proof to show that the land sought
Is mon valuable for Its tlmlier or
stone than fur agricultural purposes
and to estnhlMi his claim to saldi.r?4
land liefotv tho Hoglster and lte-
celverof till otllce at Itoseburg, Ore
gon on Friday, the 11th day of July.
tie iiiiiutHt its wltuessi-s:
1. A. Hock. K. I'. Hurst. A. . (N)le,
H. A. Snyder, of Aurora. Oregon.
All.Y llllll ail ptTMiiur emiiiiiHK mi
verxely the ahove-descrllK'd lands arelifA
otllce 011 or iieforo said
11th ilar 'f
J. T. Hiiidoks
NOTICE VOIt 1'UIILICATIN
.ivniTriTirt iiltliij iTctl
tine :i. 1S7S. entitled
'An act fiiv he sit e of tnnner minis
In theStatifs of California, Oregon. "
Nevada, awl Washington Territory,"
111 extended to all the 1'nhllc Land
stiit, hv net n( AniriiHt 4. 1S02. Her
man T. Dow of Cottage (trove.
County of Lane, State of Oregon lias
this day Hied In this office his sworn
statement No. 227", for the purchase
of the N NW K. SW yt NW H NW Vt
SWft of Section No. N, Twp. 2:1 South,
of Uatige 2 West and will offer proof
to show that the land sought Is more
valuablu for Its tlmlier or stone than
for agricultural purposes, and to es
tablish Ids claim to.sald land liefore
Muriel. Wnw. IT.S. f!nninilHHllllllT lit
Eugene. Oivtron. on Saturtlay. the
5th day of .Inly, 1002.
He names as witnesses:
Oscur C. Antelman. of West Sit
jierlor. Wis., Jas. L. McCormlck,
.losepli Schlee, (if Cottage Orove. Ore
gon. Win. Wltte, of Amos, Oregon.
Am-nml nit iiersiins claiming ad
versely the above-described lands are
requested to tile their claims In this
ofllce on ill- lieforti said 3th day ot
J. T. Hiriimr.s, uogisrer.
Minim?, men tiirnctl to doctors through
the influence of nn Indian woniiin. W.
J. Dyeon was uiven up to die by promi
nent doctors with rhentnatism and
Hrluht's iliseaee nnd was cured sound
nnd well hihI after having O II. Mont
gomery, uneducated chemist, to Inves-
liirulu ll.u tnu.ll,.l,iH urltll tllflt millions IIS
tohow mucii ofeiich rout and plant it
would takti to niaKO me meuiwiiv.
have iiiillei for our batent and re
ceived ft certlfieiite for the same, and we
are now reailv to eupplv the public with
the most wonderful kidney mid blood
puriller that has ever been Introduced
111 the world. It la manufactured
utrictlv nut nf roota and herbs only.
There are ntuchemicitU of any kind.
This we'jgBarantce. This valuable.
medidnei?rn7tniifauturcd by none other
than W.J. Dyson and C. 1. Mitchell In
C(itt? Urove. In the near future wu
nlll be able to turn out 1000 Isitlli's per
day. We also liave quite 11 number of
cooil, reliable fltiens to give us testi
mniiinlH. This Is home pioduetlon
ami the root and herbs are confined to
the tate of Oregon. This is 0110 of the
inlli!unt ami liest reniedlua for fenialo
minplaiiit on earth. There 1 8 nogriplng
A.s the Old Maid
Said when Slie
K issed the
Our aIa are short and eweetnnd right
to tho point.
Breliaut & Morgran
The Xew Era Drug Store.
Hill iff Are exceptional
A 1 I I I I II II 1 V . .
one inch wide
Mn i M OrC ii Vtuiil
IU IP I ,UU (I 1 111
40c to 6oc a ynnl. Iftnbroltlery
Can never bo Artifiicial. No
one really adniires 11 woman's fig
ure if it is conformed to the funda
mental shape of some
Qucciiy Formed Corset
Our Stays follow nature's lines
They do not change n perfect fig
ure: they simply help clumsv
women to look graceful.
il. buy. lvvery CuMomcr talks ol
1 - - -"-
APRIL and flAY
Announcement at Lurch's
m New Shirt Waists in Quantity and Quality.
m We can lit you from Pocket book and Fancy.
W Call for our China ware. You are entitled to it.
6 - , ,rr.i
'i We desire to call your attention to our
I FANCY WAISTS, MERCERIZED SILK ZEPHYRS, LINENS, J
! HEMSTITCHED LAWNS and PERCALES. f
I Also our New Taffeta Ribbons, all widths, all Colors. We carry n full Line of Mcrccmcd Goods injg
I the Leading Shades, that we would be pleased to show you. p
HBMENWAY & BURK HOLDER.
TO ANI FROM ALL
st, Paul, Duluth,
ANB TOINTS BAST.
Tlirougli I'alace and Tmirlst Sleepers
Dining and lluirut HinoKliig
DAILY THAINS: FAST TIM K
!.. nniM. Folders and Full Informu
tlon regarding Tiultet Itoutes, eall gn or
J. W. I'HALOX.T. I'. A.
II. DICKSON, (J. T. A.
St., Portland Ore.
A. B, 0. DKNNIBTON
o. w. r. a.
1J Klrnt Avenue,
HOT1CB roil I'UnUUATION.
Unitoil Slatce Uiiitonire,
1lnnlitirtf. Ilrpunn. Atir. 7, IWi.
Notice ti horeliy given that tlie, following.
M 1 .1 liado b,e Marie
:V?mil.V SI Wi" vTii aVvIn Ciireei on II.
S'fK Bee. 6TP.20H., B,2 Wert.
lie nar M following wltnee. to prove
bl. Continuous reiuenee upon ana cultivation
ol MM la"", VII I ,.. . HlrlnW.
Perry uaiieo . i "".:- ,tp..,.7.y
Ore., u.v. wilier ul ""v..,
Kinney of gagln.w1Oie.lvBM)aii ReJfl(,r
f i uiiijii. nf iirnnwaii. uidh
A Dalnly piece ol tucking
and 7 clusters of embroidery tucks of
18 inch TuckltiBs rows inserting,
U very neat pattern at 7octs a yard.
.trjiiiiiii 1 luiii
When vou come for Omccrlcs you
get the best. No doubt about the
ouulity iioMietion about superi
ority. J'RHSU HACII DAY.
and the U'st each lime you
can anil will tio lor 0111
I 4 IM
W. S. ClIKISMAN.
The Fashion Stables
COUSKII MAIN and HK("O.N(HTKKBT, COTTAdK (IROVE
Gljrlsinui) Bni-S, proprietor .
NOTICE FOlt I'UIILICATION.
United States Land Olflre,
llnHnliiim. Oic. Anril 8. 11)02.
Notlfo Is hereby given that in eom
plliimv with tho prtivlaloiis of tho aetof
Congress nf Jtmo 3, 1878, entitled "An
at'tfortlin aalu of timber lands In the
States nf California, Oregon. Nevudii,
and Washington Turritory," iih ex
tended to ull tliu I'nuliu Laud States liy
aetof August 4, 1892, Henry A. Snyder,
of Aurora, Conntv of Marlon. State of
Oiegon, lias this day filed In tills oftlee
Ills sworn statement No. 2185, for tlm
of the pui-elniHO ot tho NNVK
of Heetlon No. SI In towiiMlilp No. 1
H ruiiKU No. went, and will offer
proof torihow that the liiuil Houg;lit
Ih mora vnluulilo for ItH tlmlier or
Htono tliuii for iiKTlculturul purpoHi'H
nnd to cHtulillHli his claim to hiiIiI
liind liefore the IteKlstcr and Kecetver
of this of lieu lit IloHeburKi Oregon, on
WediieMdny, the 0th iluy of July, W)2.
Ho imineH uh wltncHHeH!
K. I'. HurHt, O. A. Hock, .1. M.Will,
Oeo. II. (Imy. of Aurora, Oregon.
Any and all poihouh claiming ml
verHely the aliovu-tlcHerlbed landri nro
requesteil to file their elalniH In thl
ollico on or beforo Hivld Uth day of
July, 11)02. ti , L
J. T. IlitinoKH, IteKlstor.
Head the Itohemla Nuuuet.
so Incites six rows of ' 1'K
thtce tucks ciicn. ipi.u yu
hemstitch tucks n
Aimver " " ' -
desirable patterns at 70c tofi.Q""
No one article makes home look cosier or
more comfortable than nice Curtains tlrajied
hctcand theic. Our Lace Curtains will
help make your home more checrru
because they arc Siarklinf New, liccause
they me pleasing to the uye. l'otir Spe
cials, fi.oo. ft. as, ft. 5".
Silks 2 00 do HB:t a Ycl.
WASH DRHSS (iOODH.
ft seems tpiite early to you, probably,
to think of Wash Dress Ootids, but we
would like to suggest thnt in buying
now you get first selections of the pret
tiest and most beautiful. We have the
prettiest selections we have ever shown
and we shall be pleased to have you call
at your earliest convenience.
I AHIPCf ?
Also own nnd oppcrate the Ilohcmin
lllack lltittc Sta;c Lines
First-Class Turnouts, Double 01 Single at
NOT1CK FOlt I'UIILICATION.
United HtnteH Itnd Ofllee,
ltOHebui-K, Ore., April 12th, 11(02.
Notice Ih hereby given thnt In ciiin
pllaui'e with the provlHlouH of the
act ofCoilKlVHH of Jlllioil, 1H7H, en
titled "An net. fur tlui mill! ot tlmlier
.J IiiiuIh In the Htnttn of ('allfonila, Ore-
Kim, jNoviiiin, ami waHiiniKtou 'ier
rltorv," aH extended to all the Public
Laud HtnteH by act of AnjpiHt-l, 1MI2,
Anton h'. Will, ot Aurora, County of
Marlon, State of Oregon, Iiuh thlit
day Hied In OiIh ofllcu IiIh Hworn
Htatemuut No. 220Ti, for the piircluiHti
of the SW yt ot Section No. 22 In
and will offer proof to hIiow that thu
laud houkIiI Ih more vitluablu for Uh
timber or Htoue than for uKricultural
purpoKCH, ami to eHtabliHli IiIm claim
to mild laud before, thu UckIhUt ami
Iteeelver of this ofllcu at ItoHebtirn,
Oivkou on Thiirrtdny, tho 17th tlay ot
IIo nami'H iih wltneHHCHi
(let). (Iray, L. I. Hnyder, J. A. Cnr
penter, of Aurora, Oregon, A. C.
HtaiibrotiKh, of Nuwberir, Oiegon.
Any and all perHoim claiming ad-vei-Hi'ly
thu abovu-di'Mcrlbed landH nro
remierited to lllu their elalniH In thw
otllce on or beforo mild 17th day of
J. T. llmtxicH, IteglHter.