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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 1, 1902)
One hundred tenuis to lmitl ore
from IJohcmlu (Ilclnm No. j) to
lied lock. 1'rlcc clylit dollars per
ton, KondxKOod. Teumiieancnm
in IiIkIi km forty dollars per week,
V. If. Morpliy, ore, hauling dent,,
care of Pnclfic Timber Co., Cot
Mge (5rovi', Oregon.
.Off I'HV NOHTH UjiitfliA
Thin Is tlic time of year when
everybody devotes more or less,
time in plnntiini; nn outing. Tbe
1 ist heard of who are guilty of tills
trick, nre Professor Hrlggs, U. 0.
Walker, Rev. ililllngtbii and John
Durham. It U the intention of
these gcnllemcn to be none rtcvcrnl
weeks on the headwaters of tbe
North Unipqua, and they sccretcly
expect, mi tin rumored, to brenk
the scanou's record In the matter of
hnKgiiiK game n"d taking fish.
However, their method of cstab.
It-diing this record in not as yet
public property. Some iiuy (lint
Kev. Illlllngtoii and Professor
llrigg will invent yarns, carefully
fntllfled with all sort ol "licdijcs
fir the purpose of upsetting any
cross examination Hint might lie
mtvunced by those skeptical of the
prowess of the party, while others
niuiiitnlu tliui u is ine sense 01 the
p.uty that John Durham shall hike
into lite vitstncss oiinc wntiiicrness
of the hunting grounds, armed with
ii supply ol express bills, the pre
sfiitutioii of which is calculated to
kill most anything. While the
Nugget llln" wns ignored' by this
imrlv. not even receiving
promise of a piece of jerked venison,
tav nothing 01 an invitation 10
lend bin hunting nud social qualifi
cations by becoming one of the
imrtv. still congratulations arc ex
tended unda safe return hoped for.
riVIJ MILLION 1)01.1. AM C0M11INR
roMi:t LASr wijp.k.
Helens, Mmlck and Colapoola Com
panies Absorbed Control 31
Claims, Comprising 700
Acres of Land.
Mini'. Cavks In.
One of the tunnels at the Lucky
Hoy mine, in the Illue River di
liict. caved iu last Saturday, and
number of miners narrowly escaiied
with their lives. For months the
miners have been engaged in the
work of "sloiihm" iu the ilinln tin
nel. The miners became alarmed
tibout the safety of the broad, higl:
walls, and reported to the manager
their fears. At n o'clock Satur
day all the miners left the tunnel
mid held a consultation regarding
its probable safety. Not being
satisfied, n committee of the most
experienced men entered the tunnel
to make a further examination.
They bad no more than entered tbe
tunnel when ine wans coiiapseo
with a terrific crash. The men
were thrown out of tbe tunnel by
the concussion, and thus escaped
without injury. The tunnel is now
n nw.i of debris, and the loss to
t!ie comnauv is very heavy, al
though difficult to estinute. The
company lias not yet decided what
Wtl.l. IXJCATK Hl'.KIt.
Mr. W. T. Kevicr. formerly of
Klmira and of whom mention was
made last week has purchased resi
dence property here and wilt re
move to this place at once. He
purchased tbe Geo. Cummins cot
tage, also lots i and a in bl.ick of
j. J. Mci'arland's addition on
winch is a residence, and a vacant
lot In rcrkiu's addition. We are
glad to welcome such enterprising
men as Mr Keyzer to our city and
let the goixl work go on.
MAV L.OCATU HUXtt.
C. W. Ilortin and family ar
rived in the city last Saturday di
rect from Unite, Neb., and arc at
present visiting their old neightwr
J. II. Patshall. Mr. Horton ex
presses himself as delighted with
Oregon in general and Cottage
Grove iu particular', hence will
doubtless locate iu this part of Ore
gon. 1"kactukko A Lito.
Last Saturday O. P. Wills work
ing in the Wallace hutilicr camp so
miles up Coast Fork had the mis
fortune to break bis leg. One of
the dogs pulled out of the log
being hauled and struck him with
the above result. He was brought
down to his home some to miles
out where Dr. Wall reduced the
PLANT To lilt RKMOVMDc-
As soon as the rooms can he put
iu proper shape the Nugget will be
removed from its present place of
business to the rooms formerly oc
cupied by Mr. Gowdy's furniture
store, next to the postoiTice. The
new c Under press is expected to
arrive this week.
A cottage with, one, two, or two
nud one-half acres of land. Inquire
'nt Second house south of railroad
ou Fourth St. I. C. Lmt. 8-8
A now wheel, used only a short
time. Good bargain for cash. Ii.ii
ii'ulro at poHtoltleo.
All the little tbiugs you need to
make your writing desk look liter
ary you will find here, mid n nice
UltNSON Dkuo Co. ,
beams' til haul wood nt Alcft.
o 5 por day can bo mlulo. Applj to
Pnclllo Tlm'mr Company, Cottage
Orovo, or 0. Johnson atiAlca.
For Sai.k. ... ,
Klcven head of stock cattle mid
one youlig horse. For particulars
enquire nt Allison's barber shop.
On account of 111 health, a profit
able, pleasant business. Very cheap
f ir cash. Tor particulars Inquire ut
1 he definite news of the recent
consolidation or the Helena Consol
idated Mining and Milling Co., tho
unapooia Mining and Tunnel Co
and the Muslck Mining and Milling
Wll. UU! LICIIICU IJIIIIC .1 IIIIICCXCUC
ment In tlic Uolicmla district and I
causing a considerable aih-ancc
Cottage Grove realty.
These three properties arc, under
the new corporation, known as the
Oregon Securities Co., incorporated
under llie laws of New Jersey with
n capital stock of $5,000,000 fully
paid nnd non otscss.ilile. The Hel
ena company is a well known div
(lend payer while the Muick hits
producing rccoril of $200, oco and
has always been considered one of
the best pieces of piopcrty in the
The new corporation is composed
of capitalists ol ability and energy
and coupled with their judgment
iu investments, their taking bold of
Dohemia property will prove of sub
stautial benefit to the entire Oregon
mining Interest as welt as Ilohemia
property. 1 lie omcers ot tlic new
company are: P.J. Jennings Pres
Albert Hawkins tst Vice Presi
dent; George W. Crosby, and Vice
President; U. 11. llengen, Secretary
and Treasurer; John H. Pearsons,
Asst. Secy, and Treas. The dir
cctors are P. J. Jennings of Port-
laud, president of the three compan
ies before their consolidation; John
W. Wheeler, ot Orange, Muss
president and treasurer of tbe New
Home sewing machine Co., rres
Orange National Dank and other
prominent financial institutions; J.
Frank Watson, Portland Ore
president Merchants National Uank
and largely interested iu some, of
the most prominent mines in Ore.;
Albert Hawkins, North Adams,
Mass.. director of O. &S. Ii. Ry.
Co., A. Ii. Hull, ot Hartford; Dr.
Geo. W. Crosby, Atlantic City,
President Oregon & Soulh-Eastern
Ry.: L. W. Hoch. Worcester Mass,
Hoch & Navin, Investment
Securities; G. U. Heiigcn, New
York, president of Hengen Invest
ment Co.; John H. Pearsons, New
York, Asst. faccrctary and director
Oregon & South-Kasterii Railroad
Co. also connected with several
prominent mining companies.
It Is doubtful it there is another
corporation investing exclusively
in Oregon Properties, with a com
plement of officers of the prominence
in financial circles, and no one
transaction has ever lent such an
impetus to business iu au Oregon
mining camp ns lias this iu Bohemia.
There seems to be considerable
weight attached to the general be
lief that this compnny will build
the famous tunnel for Which the
Calapooia company was organized;
ud that this tunnel will be used by
the Oregon & South-Eastern Rail
road Co., is almost a foregone con
Many new strikes have been re
ported from the district this week
and many new locations have leen
made. One company has let tbe
contract for hauling their ore from
the mine to Uedrock, the present
terminus of tbe O. &S. H. railroad.
This company is now endeavoring
to obtain one-hundred teams for ore
hauling and expect to ship a large
quantity to the smelter within the
next few weeks.
There has been a noted increase
in demand for Bohemia mining
stocks within the past few days and
the different companies having offi
ces in tie city report large sale3 of
These investments are evidently
first class as every company yet
organized has plenty of ore on the
dump ready for shipment and with
out nn exception, every company
has found the price ot stock contin
ually advancing since organization.
The Grand Prize Bait
To IwkIvoii by T. K. Richardson nt
Cottage Orovo, Auk. 15 promises to
1h) 11 lino atrnir. rrucs iram inevi.
rlotm business men of Cottngo (Irovo
nro being added dally. Remomlier
tho llrst prise for tho bout dressed
lady, $20, second $10, and $5. Tho
atiovo tluvo prizes to bo duo bills por
Honal or transferable an first pay
ments on pianos or organs. A fine
mandolin will bo given to tho best
lady and gentleman waltsor. Extra
pjln'H. IW'iuitlful fan for best lady
waltter. (Inriuan & IiomenwayncHt
Kontlemnn waltter, flno silk hnndker
chief by Thornton of Ilackot Btoro;
lino box stationery second host lady
waltzer, Uenson Urug Co, lluo watch
fot) chain, best gontloman two-stop
by )i. U. Madson, lowoler; tdgar
WIllRon'H restaurant gives a flno
oyster mippertotho lady and partner
who takes first prlzo for tho llnoHt
dress. A groat many other prises
havo been promised which will up.
pear In next Issue. Kvory .detail of
this ball will lio Htrlctly first class
Prof. Applohofi ot Itosoburg will
havo eliargo of trio music.
Clmiiiberlftln'e Colic, Cholera and Mar
rhoo Koinwly linn a world wWo repilto
tatlun for its cuids. It never falls and
Id iitpfiMunt and stifeto take. For ealo
I . tf t. A ....Inn i. .U rifllln
1 IIV 1.VIM1B I n'MVb..vv,
J Drtiw (' Ootisgo Orovo,
Drum . Ik'iisoii
W. H. Miller ruuo very mar Mug
killed while linullng piling fo the
track Hatiirday rifternoon. He hud
started to unload a stick when It
slid ami pinned him against tlio
wiikoii wheel by his hips. He called
for help mill n neighbor who was
pasHlng heard his calls and released
hlnr from Ills painful position. A
slight movement of tho team would
liavu rolled the piling on him nnd
crushed him to death. He eHcncd
with Homo sevcro bruises but no
John UobliiHon went to Ilohemla
Monday to ruiualii two wi-eks,
Mr. DeWpiilu enmo down from Ilo
hemla returning Monday,
Mrs. Ijihs Damowtiod rutunied last
week from Htar, where slio has licun
leac'ilng Hchool for sever nt mouths.
Itlehard Tupp nnd Iteulieii Tucker
Hindu a trip up tho Itotv river Knn
day. Mrs. V. H. Miller Is nt Urownsvlllu
ut present whero her daughter, Mrs.
Kdwards, Is very III.
Among tjio aceldcnts worthy of
note this week nro the following:
i Pcrjonal Paragraphs.
f Buiincss Briefs.
j. ,w. wooiinirr, or I'ortinnd, was
registered nt tho Hotel Hherwood
' tins week.
Leo Henry retnrm'd l-'rldav nnd
i Mrs. Henry Htfturday Jron 11 visit u,l
I Col. Itlftlr retunied Inst Thursduy
from his ltcdmnn trip to the City of
Dr. Lowe, tho optician, was Iu the
city Moiidny and Tuesday nn Uu nil
vcrtlsed ho would ts:.
Ml -n Corn linker Is vlHltlnir frlendd
In Portland and will probably visit
Yaqulna before returning home.
Deputy Prosecuting Attorney U.
T. IlurrlM wiu nn from Kiurene 011
omcini niiMinesH last 1 uenuay.
Hiiierliitcndent Morpliy returned
lust Friday afternoon from his
huslncHH trip to ensteru points.
Miss Htelln Hrown, of Kiigenc. was
vlMltlnir tho city laHt Huuilav the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Us- Henry.
Traveling 1'nsnonger Agent J. P.
Joiich wiih looking nfter IiIh com
pany's Interests In this city this
(Ireen Pitcher left Tm-xdny for Do
bargain of Jerome
Mr. Lw Duiiie wood unil Mr.Oclieltoni Ilt.m,fl whm, ,IC .,,, nZ.HHtlu.nt
are siirierlng from siiustroku and
Tho luiKclmll nine hero nre prattle
lug three tlmeH n week nud awaiting
u chnlleiigu from some other team.
II. (I, Armour has tho coriHtructlon
of a now barn well under way.
Wood liuiflltig and harvesting are
well under wny.
Sine Creek Items.
July 2:1, 1002.
Huylug Is moHtly finished and tho
hay put away In good shape.
Quito a number of our Advent
friends drove to T'ugenc to attend
quarterly meeting held there laxt
Friday, Hatiirday and Hunduy. The
families rvpreHented from hero were
thOHo of "Father" Uatcock, Morton
Dalcock, Klbrlilgo nnd Walter Wheel
er, Amos Uweus, David testes ana
Martin Comer. Alf report a splendid
time both socially nud spiritually.
Win. Cunningham nnd' family Sun-
Inyed with C. W. Caldwell nnd
"Mother" Dattcoek scnt n few
days laxt week vUltlug wlth"Ornnd-
Geo. Comer had n mnash down
last .Saturday while returning from
own. Tho hind wheel ot his hack
presenting qulto n demoralized np-
Mrs. Overholtcr nnd sons Hint
Monday with itrs. Long.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Unbcock, Sr., visited !
with Mrs. Ida Caldwell Monday.
Mrs. Walter Wheeler Is Buffering nn
attack ot her old enemy liny fever.
OHcnr Wheeler, Jr., whir has been
complaining for the past two weeks,
MIbh lues Casebler ot Wnltcrvllte,
Ore., Is vlHtting with ncr mint, Mrs.
Mrs. M. Coiner Is vlHltlng with her
daughter, Mrs. 11. Drnk of Kugcne.
Daddy Klllott, shouldered "Lonly
Tom" last Sunday morning nnd
started out with the Intention of
having deer stenk for dinner, but
from till accounts bacon wns good
nough for hhu when the meal was
Hay harvest Is over nnd grain
cutting has commenced.
Al Elledgu nud John Ashby have
premium wheat yields. Tho slzo ot
tho wheat heads Is wonderful, many
ot them weighing n pound.
Miss Ida Helndrlcks who wns tho
guest other sister, Mrs. llohlnian of
Cottagu Grove last week returned
Mr, Dicky, wlfo and mother spent
Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo.
Ilev. Gardiner of Saginaw preached
to n good rlxcd audience nt theschool
houso here last Sunday. Services
will to held again on tho 4th Sunday
of August. .
Mr. nnd Mrs. Tompkins of Glen-
wood Heights wero the guests of C.
W. Caldwell and wlfo Sunday.
Mcshi-s. WldderHlielm and llalley ot
Salem aro visiting with relatives and
friends nt Saginaw and C. G. Mr.
Ilatley Is lately of Nebraskn and Is
looking over tho country with n view
to locating. He and his family think
Oregon a lino place to llvo In.
work on his property
near the Hel-
"We Suit the Hard to Suit."
Don't take our word for it, but call and be convinced that
The Cash G rocery Co.
Curry th '.'Iiauist au'd must Compl( lln- nt roe'tlea
in' the city.
We keep a full line assortment of fresh fruits, taud vege
tables in season.
The Cash Grocery Co.
A. Q. Young, Manager.
Knox A Co. 9
Frr-Hli California fruits nt N. U. Kl- t
Ccdrir posts for sale by Ifakin t
Flno peacliOH. tomatoes, melons.
etc., nt N. K. Klnen &. Sou's.
Good second hand earring: and
harness for sale cheap by Kakin &
Have your eyes and nervoiiH energ.v
by wearing Dr. Iaiwv'h glaxe. Con
l'or watchuH, clockH nnd Jewelry
call 011 DnvldHon for good goislM.
You will find prices right.
DnvldHon will repair your watches.
clocks and Jewelry at the lowt-Ht
prices. All work wnrrnnteil.
lAt Dr. I.owo relluvo vour head-
acheM by removing the ciiiiho with a :
pair or his MU)Kror glasHeH.
The lst phyMr-CtinmherUI,,'. 8 on - 1 CHC1'I IHcrCllJUltHSC,
eh nnd Liver TsMcl. Khhv to tnki.
TE TflWERS11 SUPPUV 0iSE
IBohemio,, Oregc n.
IUS8UE Rosa Jane, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry itissue, died
July 10, 1002, uged 14 years, 5
mouths and 'i days.
HasiiJatio ItlBsuo. only dnuirhter ot
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Itlssuu was bom
Iu Lano eouuto, Oregon, Feb. 14,
1888; died July 10, 1D03. After a seri
ous Illness of throo weeks death canio
to her relief. Of hor Ufa wo cannot
sieak too highly; her schoolmates
and friends knew her to Ito a noble.
pure-minded girl. Hiio leaves a mint
father nud mother and six loving
brothers, besides many friends to
mourn her early death.
T. W. Jenkins returned last TIiuik-
dny from his I'ortinnd trip where he
went as n delegate from the lied
man lodge of this plate.
Phillip Hold has IlnUhed painting
ins nig oiucKsmiiu nun reitair shop
on the West sldo which adds much to
Its external upK-nmnee.
J. T. Vlckers, of Sulem, wan a
visitor to Cottage Grove this week
looking for a location. He seems to
be well plcaHt-d with this locality.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Garmtin re
turned front a several weeks visit nt
Mills City, Ilrownsvllle and Long
Hench. They report a pleasant out
ing. Frod Gnlc retunied lnt Thurnilnv
from 1 1 oh well Springs where he put
in a lew onys rceuerat.ing in uie
shade. He reports a very pleasant
Mr. nnd Mrs. Cat Stevenson oxiect
mi remove soon 10 khhou NprmgH,
Oregon, where they go In the hope
that the change will Improve IiIh
Tom Medley enme down Sntnrdny
from Ilohemla where he l In charge
or tne rorccon tne Crystal Lonioll
Inted where he reports everything
K. S. Lovelace, n brother ot Mrs.
Jus. Ostrumlcr, Ih out from Fort
Hansom. N. I)., on a visit and while
hern Ih looking after the "Sunrise" In
which mine ho Is considerably Inter
K. LcSncur nnd W. Ii. Thoiiiiison
left Sunday for their homes at Grand
torks. N. D. nfter 11 week's tour In
tho "dlgglns" InvestlKntiug the
merits of the "Snnrlse" group of
Jock Hownnl. the senior editor of
this great and good sheet, aecoin-
puiitod by his wife, left last Friday
morning for Portland, whenceshelett
tor tho east mid Jitek returned home
Jas. (istrande'r and Vlfe and daugh
ter. Nina, are contemplating a trip
10 juiuucsoia huh inoiitii. Tiicy ex-IH-ct
to start east about the 15th nnd
may remain several months visiting
his mother who Is qulto feeble.
Mrs. Frank Eby, who was operated
upon for itppoudlcltls ntn hospital
In Portland a few weeks np;o, re
turned home lust, Monday. She ii
peured weak but' Is doubtless on the
road to recovery.
T. K. Itlchanlson, our piano man,
made a business trip to tho Oregon
Mineral Springs near Amos last
Tuesday. This Is said to be one of
tho most pleasant nnd intcrestinK
drives that can be mado Iu this vi
cinity. 1J. L. PIcknrd and assistants nre
nt work this week painting the
Lurch building, now occupied by the
lniH;rlnl hotel as n samplo room.
As soon us they- finish this Job they
will paint the city hall which will be
a much needed Improvement.
T. W. Bailey, of Salem, accom-
S anled by H. Ylddershelm now ot
nlom, formerly of Nebraskn, visited
In this city this week. Both gentle
men were well pleased with the posl
bllltles ot this section ot Lnne, and
both expressed surprise that tho
creamery business wns not more
closely looked after here.
David Eby. of Eugene, accom
panied tiy his brother Lowis Eby of
Nebraskn, visited his son Attorney
F. G. Eby, ot tl Is c't. this week. T o
two brothers havo not met tor
nearly fiO years until now. David Ib
74 and Lewis Is 54. Their meeting Is
a Joyful one to tho two brothers and
they nre enjoying a splendid outing
In tho land of sunshine and flowers.
o Local Brevcties. J
I'leHCHiit tneirix-t. Fornalc by l.'enton I
urug wo., ioufle move.
Deo Are Yon Gee Em!
At the New Kr Drni; HUno.
If In need of dental work cnll 011
Dr. ilncy. now ermaneiitly located
Iu the Dr. Hnapp building, Main
St., Cottage Grove, Oregon.
Next week Tuesday and to noon of
Wednesday, July 20 and 3D, Dr.
Iowc. EURene's well known oculo-
oiitlclan, will In: nt the Sherwood
let! I eel Ice!
We nre prepared to furnish Ice In
nny quantity. Hoiikmia Icb & Cyr.ri
Stohaok Co. Leave orders nt O. O.
McClellan's cigar store. Phone No.
Blue print maps of any township
in Roseburg, Oregon Laud District,
showing all vacant lands for 5octs
each. If you want any information
from tbeU S. Land Office, address.
Title Guarantee & Loan Co..
Millers' Tool am!
Give us a call and we will treat you right.
KNOWLES & GETTYS.
Henry I.. Shaltiirk
tows, nna cured of a
wun which ne hud be n alllicted r r
venr, by four boxen of Chamberlain s
Stomach and Liver Tablttta. He h d
prrviou-Iy trie I many other remedhs
anil 11 numl er of physicians wi'hout ri-
nei. r or rnie oy ltenaon urug uo
Hazolwood Ice Cream.
F. E. Goodman has Iwen appointed
sole ngent for Cottage Grove for the
celebrated Hazel wood Ice Cream of
For snle by the dish, pint or qunrt
Lodge or church entertainments
furnished at wholesale rates.
An Axe to Grind
Well, we have grindstones to do
it on, and there is none better made
than we keep. We also have the
tools to grind on it, too 'scythes
axes, shears or sickles. Our stock
of farm implements, garden hose,
lawn mowers and sprinklers areth
best to be found anywhere. 1
you need anything in this line look
at what we have in our up-to-date
.VCUKE FOR CHOLERA INFANTUM
"Last May," s.iyn Mrs. Curtis Daker,
of Hook waiter, Ohio, "an infant child ol
nir neighbor's wim niflerlne from
cholera infantum. The doctor I'll I
uiven up nil liOcs of recovery. I tpnk
1 bottle of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy to the houxe.
tellini! them I fel xure il would do good
if ued srcurding to directions. In two
ilay's time IheehlM had fully recovered,
.11111 is now (nearly a yearmnee; it vigor
ous, healthy girl I have recommended
IiIh Remedy fr-qoent'y and have never
known it to fail in any single instanco."
For sale by Lyons A Appleeate, Drain.
Itenson Drug "Co., Cottage Grove.
Tbsra's a raoant plco In tho houithold,
And an emutr otaalr and bod.
And a awout loving (aeo it mining
for dear llttla Koaa la dead,
There'! a vaoant placa at tho table
Ana iu )' urianianu lair
And lbs lorm to lovoJ and chorlihcd
l inluou ai in ovuuing prajrvr,
There'! yacaut place at tho window
AnC Ibo bird-tlks warbling! down.
Ami ik winning voire U eona
And tho lauah, tho imlla, tho fooUtop
Thoro'a a vacant lac In the houiehold
1IUI larill ino ruaitui auwvo
Mule Ho:, with a choir of angcti
ja warming mo oaviuur iuv
There'! a vacant Mace In the hoitjahold
Theie a a vaoani piaco up mura
Xlaoo br the itde ol our darling
ml our huarU beat h an v 1th jor.
Whon the linl leoi At to remove u
liomc 10 ino armaui uurjuy.
Dr. Lowo octilo-optlclan, Eugene,
Any amouut of rallroud wood Is
lielng hauled to towu.
The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Ifiiiuc Thomas was quite seriously III
the first ot tho week,
After an nbseneo from tho city of
several weeks, C. II. IturlihoUIer re
turned last Friday and resumed his
labors at tho store.
We'll Tenturo the assertion that
lemonade, tee cream, soda water niul
various other kinds of "cooling bev
erages" wore In great domand at Al
b my those warm encampment days.
Tho woods are full of big, Juicy
blackberries Just now nnd many ot
our people are taking a day or two
off nnd gathering a supply for the
winter Beason. Those that have,
found their way to the market hero
havo found a ready sale at from'-80
cents to 45 cents por gallons which
seems a good price when wo consider
Tho rattlesnako editor of tho Nug
got acknowledges receipt of a bottle
of Mineral water from tho famous
Uoswell Springs presented by Fred
Galo unon his return from a woek's
visit there. It Is susptclonod that
Fred attempted a little joke on the
rattlesnake editor as tho water was
put up Iu an "Old Itye" bottle. How
over tlie nowRgathensr took tho pre
caution to smell of tho contents be
With the view of effecting nn or
ganization ot Iowa people, notice 's
hereby given that a meeting will be
held In the East Park In Eugene, on
Saturday, August 2, 1002. All Iowa
lieople are cordially Invited
By Order of Committee.
State Normal School.
The State Normal School nt Drain
opens Monday, Scptemlier 8th, with
a faculty of sieclal teachers.
Initio (elective) becomes a part of
thecomve. rhyidcal education will
tie a feature of the school, under a
Instead of formal book-keeping.
"Actual business" will lw employed.
The library and laboratories are
being added to mako them more
The English and mathemntlcs will
be placed on more practical and
The past year tho Normal has not
been able to supply tho demands
made on It for teachers.
The training department Is In ex
cellent condition. Teachers ot some
cxiierlenco may avail themselves of
Teachers review class will lie main
tained. Tho Normal essays to help Its
worthy students In securing posi
tions. Exiienscs low. Write for cata
logue. J. II. Orcutt, Pres.
Church Notes. g
Preaching services at tho Christian
church next Sunday morning and
evening. Other services as usual.
Everybody Invited. F. E. Bllllng
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Vnlted States Land Office.
Roseburg, Ore., Juno 20, 1802.
Notice Is hortltiy Sivon thut tho following-named
settler has Hied notico of his
intention to maku final proof In sup
port of his claim, and that said proof
will bo mado before Marie L. Ware, U,
S. Commissioner, ntJiugene, Oregon, on
August H, 1002, via. Lewis E. Holmes,
on II. E. No. 8060. for tho 6W 1-4
Sce.2t, Tp 2 8. U. 4 West.
Ho names the following witnecersa to
prove his contlnuo is rctddencu upon
and cultivation of Bald land, viz:
O.A. Smith, ot Eugene, Oregon, T.
R. Brasher, A. Doolittle, T. M, Oardncr,
of Amos, Oregon.
J. T. BitipQfcs, Register.
I Holding up Quality
Holding Down Prices.
We present you with the Best Stock of
China ware you ever had a chance to
Choose from. Not a Piece herebut has
passed the Critical Inspection of careful
WE KNOW QUALITY
and Sell Quality. You'll Pay only
Reasonable Prices for what you Buy
iT Pi0f 0 00. STORE 1
Under Odd Fellow's Hall.
ANYTHING YOU WANT.
in the way of Hardware, Tools and
imblements'. you can find at our
store. Are you going mining?
See our Stock of Tools and Sup
plies before you make your pur
chases. We Keep everything a
A famillur iiiimu for the Chicago,
Mllwnukeo & St Paul Kullway,
known' all over tho Union as tho
Great Railway running the "Pioneer
Limited" trains every day and night
between St Paul and Chicago, and
Omaha and Chicago, "Tho only per
feet trains tu the world." Under
stand: Connections are mado with
All Transcontinental Lines, assuring
to pasHengers the liestservlce known.
Luxurious coaches, electric lights,
steam heat, ot a verity equaled by
no other lluo,
See that your tlckot reads via "Tho
Milwaukee" when going to any point
In the United States or Canada. All
ticket agents sell them.
For rates, pamphlets or other In
J. W. Caskv, H. 8. Itowp,
Trav. Pass, Agt. (leu. Agt.
Wo huve on tutnti a lRruo stoek of
kiln-dried floorinc. cellinz and mat o in
grades 1 2 slid 3. Let us make yo
H. C. MADSEN,
Main St., Cottaga Oroie.
A. M. WHITE & CO.
Choice line of Liquors
and Cigars kept on
hand. Vour patronage
is respectfully solicited.
Ho For Newport Crceon's favorite
nceognlslng tho advantago of Now.
port ns a summer resort over other
seaside resorts In tho northwest, nnd
to mako It posslblo for all who desire
to do bo to spend their vacation by
tho ocean waves, the Southern Pn
ciflc Company In connection with the
Uorvallls & Eastern ltullro.i'1, wi 1
nln.ee nn sale, effective June loth.
1 round trip tickets from l jminis in
Repairing at reasonable chargei. Oregon on til eomriern rfleiue .r
All work guaranteei fimt-da... I Newport, good or return until Oct.
Watcbea.ClocU aud Jewelry at Lowed l'rlcc bcr lUlh, ut Special reduced I'atVS.
I r or Hill miorratiiuu pjcaoo imjuiig
COTTAGE Oltpvj;, OJtU. ! " uaa,cS oVli Aft.