Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907, September 12, 1902, Image 5

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OHKE HANDO WITH FATE.
Tla n sail old world, sml a hail old irorlil,
It U Hcarcu worth while nt nlli
IU sorrows cling" ttml IU frlvinlalili)
iliijr.
Anil oven Its Joys will pnll,
Xtut ilcnr Ik life fur nil It alrlfe,
Ami love In belter llinn hale
Vuii'll II ml it iiraee In tli Mtirllent fnco
If yon Juat ahuko hniula with fnto,
Willi IIkIiI In your glance ami right In
your glance
Ami ynur llp In a curve to tlu skyi
A spring In our walk nnil rliiK In your
Inlk.
Hur, Initio will tint pass you by,
The )iitli Hint ymi will wlmli over n lilll,
lint It Ifaila tu mi iijiimi gntcl
Hn tilll ytul n snug to lure low along,
Ami Just nlinLu lunula wllli fate.
TN In youraelt la the ili'iniin elf,
Tla In yourself la lwl
A tul you'll never atrnjr from yourself
nwny
(loil'a llitlit or Iho dfvll'a prod,
Whatever jrmir till ml you'll meet In kind.
Ami wliiil la yniiraolf create;
Tlu world will view what la really yen
Therefore, ahitkii linmla with fstcl
1.1-alln'a MVckljr,
'1
JASI'IK l)ANf.S CAI.UIt.
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rrpIIH door crenked very allghtly,
but It Jarred on Jasper Dane's
" m i k m. Ilu looked up wltli n
f row ii.
"In thin Mr. Ilnno?"
A young woiiitili wna framed In tliu
doorway.
.Iiixtu-r'u frown slightly faded an liu
caught sight of her. Him wm n pretty
young iviiiiinn nnil rlinrmlniily kowiiciI,
mid nIih wasn't muio tliiin ona mnl t fil
ly. JimpiT iivnlili'il tliu woman's page
(if liN puprr. Iln couldn't have told
wlmt tlio young woiiiiiu In tliu doorwny
won1, Imt In rcetigiilr.cd tlio fnct Hint
It wits n - 1 1 1 1 I it it t Ion Unit seetned to lie
Jimt suited to Imt.
"Mr. Dune tlio editor?"
J it "Pit. pi'iicll In liniid, Isiwcd again.
Tint young woman advanced Into tliu
apartment.
"You are, iniioli younger than I sup
posed iit to lie," alio an Id.
Jasper's eye tipciicd wider.
"I mil not iitlllo Hiiro Hint I ought to
take Hint na n roiiiplliuent," ho until,
lie even auilled. Tlien tlio pressing
rlmriulcr of III work reminded lilm.
Ilia feittltrea stiffened. Ho rnlaett IiIk
penell again, ii ml looked nt tliu iflrl se
verely. ''It's tlio very flntt tlino I won ever In
mi edltor'N siim-tiim," aim anld, na tier
glimec took In Hie dingy walla nnil tliu
llttereil tleak.
"Iluw en n I serve yon. madam?" In
tulreil Jasper.
'l'lie girl lookiil nt lilm mid alio looked
nt tin eltiilr liealdn Itla ileak.
"Thank you," alte anld. mid ant down.
"KOIIIIY Mr Jl IMIHI..NT BliKUS IIAIISII."
Jasper sighed mid at n red nt tliu half
written alteet before Mil).
"Are you sure It l Hie iilltor you wnut
to see?" lie asked. "The Hoelety iilltor
la nt Hie lower end of Hie luill. No nru
tliu niiialenl editor mid tliu nrt depart
ment. Ku la tliu drminitle iilltor."
"1 cnnic to aei) you," anld tlio Klrl.
Jiiaper slightly flllalied.
"Thuuk you," liu wild. "I inn on ex
lilliltlou nt nil lioura. la Hint nil?"
Tlio Klrl shook Iter liend.
"Do you own tliu paper, too?" alio
naked.
Jasper frowned.
"No," lio reilled. "1 believe It In gen
ernlly understood Hint Mr. l.luas Lam
boh la Hie pnper'a owner."
The rnllwny prealdeiit?"
"yea."
"Una ho nuy clilldrun?"
"One."
"Itoy?"
"No, n Klrl. A little girl who Is study
Iiik nlirond."
"How old?"
"1 don't know. Mr. I.ntnson speaks
of her n a hla llttlu Klrl." Jusper wns
getting lldKety.
"I beg yoiif pnrdon," liu anld, "but you
ltnvo not told nut how I can serve you."
"No," alio Hit Id, "1 hnven't."
A brief alienee followed.
"Am I to Infer Hint yon nro getting
up n aoelety directory?" Jasper Inquired
with n allKht tlnvor of aarcn
"No," said tliu Klrl, "tlio Inference
would bo wrotiK. Nor do I want my
portrait on tlio aoelety paw. No, I Imvo
no tickets to Bell mid no atibacrlptlon
pnper to bIkii. 1 ennio hero to aeo you.
A denr friend nnld: 'You must aeo the
editor of thu Dlapatch. llo's well worth
your while.' "
' Jaaper couldn't help lluahltiK nKalu.
"Am I reckoned nuioiiK tlio lending
BlKht of thu tuwn?" ho usked.
"No," thu Klrl gravely repllwl. "You
como bctjveen tho Keyaer fountain and
thu zoo."
Juaper InuKhed.
"And do you eoino up hero to tell mo
thntV" ho iiBljed.
"That for ono thltiK," snld tho girl.
"I don't pupposo my liresencu hero both
era you In the lenat, does It?"
"Miidniii," anld Juaper, "I am a reck,
leas user of tho truth. Your preBcnco
prevents mo from attending to my Un
ties." "
."Perhaps this Is your busy day?" said
thu Klrl, Innocently.
"All my days are busy days."
"Then, of course, It Is Just ns con
venient for inc to call to-day as any
other day," said tho ghl.
Jasper looked at her with a comical
expression. Ho was n llttlo near
sighted, and, as was his custom with
caller, bu hadscareoly given her mi
appreciative look when sho entered.
Now, nt shorter range, ho saw that she
was much prettier than he at first sup
posed. Sho certainly was a very charm-
To Rlrn your photoicrnphlc pnmplipr
nnlla a tlioniUKh uverlmiiilng nnd clean
lug up. If you ilso n hand cnuierii, tnke
off tlio front and clean out tho duat
Hint you will ho surprised to find It
coiitaliia. If It a n larger Instrument,
aeo Hint I hern nro no purl a that re
ipilro rchhtcklng. Tho neareat ahoo
luaker will glvu you n Utile "duhhliiK"
that will Improve the bellows If rilbln'd
Into tho corners that nru getting hard
and Inclined to crack. (Jo through your
negatives mid throw away all thoso
that lire uaeleaa. Overhaul your Block
of solutions mid throw nwny all (hat
nro not In koo1 condition mid properly
InlH'lh'd. Kxmiiluo your truys mid
waahhiK lioxes ami glvo them a coat of
eiiMiiiel If tliotlght neccaanry to gunril
agnlu rust or decay, f.'o carefully over
your ami r co of ilnrk-rootu llliiiuliintluii
mid aeo that thoro Is no danger from
any atrny hemiia of wliltu light or nu
uttaafo ruby light, l'liinlly, uinko a
reaolutlon to the effect that you will
exiNiau fuwer plntes mid aecure better
results than you did liut year. St.
Iiiils nnd Cmindlau I'hotographer.
Thu recent nctlon of Iho I'urla Rnlon
lit ndiiilttlug photogrtiiha In coutpctl
tloti nt Its next exhibition Is ImiiiiiiI to
exert a atliuiihttlng mid very beneficial
effect upon photography nil over thu
world, t'p to thu preaent time phutog
rnpliy haa been burred from nil Art
l.xhlhlts nnd tin m been clnaaed as a lib
eral nnd not na ono of tlio t'liio Arts.
Mr. lCdward Htelchcn. of Mllwnitkeo,
however, a very prominent ainaleiir,
whoso work has won lilm universal
lug Klrl. A troubled look came Into Jas
tier's eyes.
"I bcK your pardon," bo said, "but
may I remind you that you haven't
stated your limine" with ma?"
The girl looked Into hla eyes with a
clear, frank gnze. Then she slightly
smiled and slowly removed an elastic
bund that held the sum!! package alio
lairu In ono neatly gloved hand. Jnaper
took tilck advantage of her averted
gnKo to pull down hla Pun's and make
n quick puns nt his twlated tie.
"I have written something," sho said,
"and I want to submit It to you."
Jasper felt himself wcnkcnlng. Ordi
narily ho would have taken tho manu
script, mid, hastily scribbling the writ
er's address on It, would have tossed It
naldu with the remark that hi) would
coniiniitilcatu with thu writer by mall
concerning It nnd then ho would have
rcBiimcd his work. Now he hesitated.
Ills pencil dropped from his lingers. He
straightened up n little.
"What la thu nature of thu article?"
he naked, tu what he fancied was an
Indifferent tone.
"It ln't mi article," aald the girl.
"Iu I look like a person who would
wrltu an article?"
Hho seemed to challenge his scrutiny.
Juaper couldn't resist the temptation.
Hit leaned n little farther back.
"It Isn't always poaslhlo to Jlldgo by
thu appearunee," ho said.
"Itut I fancied article, writers were
always old. and mid fussy, and and
cranky," said the girl.
"There are exceptions," said Jasper.
"There must bo exceptions."
"I aupiKisc ymi know," snld the girl.
"Itut It Isn't an article."
"You nrouso my worst fears," said
Jasper, us tho girl spread out tho manu
script. "I think I understand what you
mean," sho said.
"I'm glnd you do,"
"And I'm nfrald your worst fears nru
continued," she said.
Jasper sighed.
"Then It Is verses?" ho said.
"I supposed It was poetry," said tho
girl.
"They nlwnys do," said Jasper.
Tho Klrl looked up at him with a
pre.tty grimace.
"Yuii are not u bit encouraging," sho
said.
"It's tho better way," said Jasper.
"And yet you write verses yourself,"
said tbo girl. "And get them printed,
too."
"Perhaps It Is because I haven't a
friend honest enough to dissuade me,"
said Jasper. "I bavo had no tlmo for
that sort of noiisunsu lately, however."
"That's n pity," said the girl.
"Don't think to soften mo In Hint
way," said Jasper.
"I like those lines beginning. 'Shu
camu upon mo unawares,' " said the
girl. "I know them by heart. 'Sho
camu upon mu unawares, I turned and
Bbe waB there,' "
"I beg your pardon," cried Jasper.
"It Is your Hues Hint nro under consid
eration, I'ruy produce them."
Tho girl Kvo lilm a Bldelong glance. .
"Did alio come upon you unawares,
Mr. Dnue?"
Jasper caught the glance nnd slightly
Hushed. Ills look grow troubled again.
"I llvo In hopes," ho said.
"That's enigmatical," laughed tho
girl. "It shows you nro not sure."
"I must object to your manifest In
tention to throw mo Into a sentimental
mood," snld Jasper. "It will not help
you,"
Tho girl laughed and passed tho man
uscript to lilm,
"I know you will Ilka It," sho said.
"Why nro you bo certain," Jasper
asked.
"Ilocauso I haven't written on both
sides of tho pnper," eald tho girl.
Jasper bent over tho manuscript to
hldo his smile. Then his look changed.
Tho Binllo faded. Ho read tho lines with
Krent care. Presently ho looked up.
Tho girl hail been regarding him In
tently. Sho met his eyes with an lu
quiring glance.
"You want mo to bo frank?" ho Bald
"Of course."
"Tho lines are quite too sentimental,
ntatfur
I
I.
(iralao and ninny prizes In strictly pho
tographic computltlona, Is to bo credit
ed wllli having won Ilia laurels In this i
coao, soiito of his recent work having
lieen accepted by tlio Hnloii to bo hung
nt lis next exhibition. When It Is re-;
membered Hint the Knlou Is composed
of the moat conaervatlvc nrtlats In the
world mid thill Its gates have been
Jealously guarded against thu adinla-1
shin of anything but works of the High
est merit, Hie Imporlmice of this Inno
vation, to camera worker, will at
once become evident. j
Tho snap shot Ilend will soon bo a
thing of the pnat. Amntcurs to-day I
am putting brains Into their pictures. 1
While bruins mid work arc necessary
to mnko artistic pictures, a good outfit
la also eaaentlal. The box should bo .
ono with a focussing arrangement and
ground glass, the shutter ono of the
automatic time mid speed coinblnators,
tig t the moat Important of all is tho
lens. It la better to have n good lens
and cheap Imix nnd shutter than a Oho j
box mid shutter with n cheap lens. It
Is also advisable to own two lenses-a
wide angle for Interior and confined
places, and a rectilinear. The rectlll-,
near lens shoufd bo of high speed mid
not too long n focus, for all around
work. A high grado combination lens
Is very desirable, which by removing
ono combination glvu n very long focus
with remaining combination Is at
times very lmMirtaut.' The subject of
lenses Is an Inexhaustible ones, mid wo l
will endeavor to treat this subject lu
some future article. i
They are of the old school where sen
timent reigned. Nowndays we bluntly
call It gush."
"Hut It's not all bad, Is It?" queried
the girl.
"liy no menus," replied Jasjier. "Tho
execution la good. If the fripperies and
affectations were dropped It would bo
very passable. If you would heed my
advice they never do I might be
tempted to usk you to try again."
Ho folded the manuscript and hand
ed It to her.
'Thank you," said the girl.
"1 a in sorry If my Judgment seems
harsh," mid Jasper.
"It doeau't," mill the girl.
"I have tried to treat you as an hon
est friend should," snld Jaaper.
'Thank you again," said the girl. "I
will admit that 1 hoped to see my verses
In your paper."
"Try again," said Jasper.
Tho girl arose uud put out her dainty
hand.
"I am glnd to know you, Mr. Dane,"
she said. "I have a very dear friend
who bus sung your praises until I am
quite Jealous. lwas really anxious to
meet you. Uood-by." Then shu swiftly
added, with u charming smile, "I am
suru we shall meet again."
The smile and the words quite over
came Jasper.
"1 I hope so," ho fairly Btamniereil,
ns be nroau to his feet and watched her
Mutter from the room.
As he resumed his sent a card upon
tho floor drew his attention. The girl
had dropped it. Ho picked It up, caught
sight of his name, and at ouco recog
nized thu lingular handwriting. Then
be read It aloud:
"Dear Dam This Is my daughter
I.conle, Just come homo from abroad.
What sho writes goes, of course.
"Yours,
"UNAS LAMSON."
Dane softly whistled.
So this was I.amsou's llttlo girl, this
splendid young woman How charm
ing sho was, and how friendly. Had
ho hurt her feelings? What n bruto ho
was! It would have been such a simple
thing to publish tho verses. And she
never showed him her father's note.
That wiib noble of her.
Ho picked up tils pencil nnd bent orcr
his work. And presently ho softly
hummed:
She came upon me unawares
I turued and she was there.
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
18 YOUR THUMB MAD?
It Is nil Infallible Itevculer of the
I'rcciice of lutuiulty.
The thumb Is the most tell-tale mem
ber of thu human being's body, and It
Is n well-known device of employers of
n largo amount of labor to carefully
scrutinize tho thumbs of every appli
cant for n situation before finally en
gaging lilm or her for nuy posltlou In
their business. In fact, so far has this
thumb science been carried that many
lunatic asylum doctors nro now em
ploying It lu detecting thu numerous
frauds who endeavor each year to en
ter thu nsylitm on the plea of Insanity.
No matter how carefully tho Individ
ual may attempt to conceal Incipient
Insanity, tho thumb will reveal It In
fallibly. It Is tho ono suro test. If the
patient In his dally work permits tho
thumb to stand at a right nuglo to tho
other lingers, or to fall listless Into
the palm, taking no part In his writing,
his handling of things, his multiform
duties, but standing Isolated nnd sulky,
It ls.au utmswernblo confession of men
tal disease.
Specialists In nervo disease, by an
examination of thu thumb, can tell If
tho patient Is nltected or likely to bo
affected by paralysis, as tho thumb sig
nals this long beforo It Is visible lu any
other part of tho body. If tho danger
symptoms aro evidenced there, an op
eratlon Is performed on whnt Is known
as tho "thumb center" of tho brain, and
tho disorder Is often removed.
Landladies In Vloiuin. .
Ono hundred and tlfty landladies
hnvo been summoned at Vienna for
taking In boarders without the permis
sion of the police.
WISER THAN NATUfiAU8TB.
Micky O'llrleii Telia What Ilotliers
Zon llnfTaln,
Itotueo, one of tlio big black buffaloes
nt the New York r-oologlcal park, has
been suspected of liisnnlly. Ilo has
been tho most nervous creature about
the park. No sooner would he Iln down
lna sunny corner of his field to snooze
than up ho would leap, snorting, mid
with shaking head charge aomu Invis
ible creature across the pasture.
A naturalist who vlalled thn park
watched tho great brute through his
spectacle for n tlmo and then gavo It
ns his opinion that the proeess of shed
ding the hair brought about a sort of
mild Insanity and Hint ill animals
were likely to suffer from It In tho
spring.
Micky O'llrlcn was mi Interested wit
ness of tho wild buffalo's pranks the
other afternoon. Micky is not a nat
uralist but bo Is natural. He Is only
l.'l years old and vowed that It was
as good us tho wild west ahow to sco
tho occasional spurts of Itoineo. says
tliu Now York World. Tho great prairie
lawn-mower had been quietly compos
ing himself for sleep In a shady corner
for some time. Suddenly he leaped
up and tore down the Hue toward tho
hoina base as If there were three men
on bases and It was two strikes.
Mickey watched the buffalo carefully.
As soon as the creature got composed
again whisk! ho was off down the
fluid.
"I have It!" yelled Micky, enthusias
tically. "I know what alls him. There's
a suiuiner yallcr bird up In them bushes
building a nest and he's trying to steal
hair off the buffalo's back. Watch him
now!"
And sure enough, as soon as the
weary buffalo got nicely settled down
for another snooze the llttlo summer
yellow bird, about as big as a canary,
came Muttering down and tried to pull
off n piece of tho looau fur about the
great bovlne's shoulders. The sharp
claws or the tickle of the little feet on
the almost bare skin aroused the buf
falo and nwny ho wetit. The yellow
bird Hew up to his nest with a little soft
hair for nest lining.
Itomeo Is not crazy. He simply ob
jects to being held up and robbed of his
clothes lu broad daylight.
Tho World Hf 111 Needs tlio Workers.
The u oriel still needs the workers, though
It may sometimes forget
That It owes the weary laborers an ever
lasting debt;
Without the busy tollers gold would cease
at once to buy
The things that please the palate or .ire
grateful to the eye;
The world still needa the people who must
labor day by day.
Hut the world keeiw on forgetting. In Its
easy-going wsy.
The lady In her satins, who la beautiful
to see,
I-'orgets that those who labor lend her
all her witchery;
i Without the busy tollers all the millions
I she commands
I Would not procure s piece of scented
! aosp to wash her hands;
. Without the busy people who must labor
all their days
All her money wouldn't even buy new
la ecu for her ataya.
Tlio tiiairnate who look proudly on his
inlllloa-dollsr yacht
Forgets to give the carpenter a single
kindly thought;
He ceases to remember as he sips hla
aplendld wine
That without the anea who labor there
would be no fruitful vine;
He forgets that all his money wouldn't
clean the crumka away
If there were no luckless people who
must labor day by day.
The onea whose names are famous, who
are high and great and proud.
Forget that pride would ille without the
busy, wenry crowd;
Without the' onea who labor none could
hope for greatncis here.
Without the busy toilers all we prize
would disappear.
Oh, the world still needa the people who
must tolt through all their days,
Hut the world la ao forgetful in its easy
going ways.
Chicago Hecord-IIerald.
Simple or Accomplishment.
Prophecy Is ono of the simplest
trades in the world. It la said that
there nro only thirty-six original situa
tions, or Independent and distinct se
quences of occurrence, known to fact
or Motion. Whether or not this Is true.
It Is true that life is vastly more slm
plo than most people suppose. The
professional prophets, who thrive In
greater numbers nowadays than they
over throve before, have only to keep
the simple, elementary combinations of
circumstance In mind, nnd assign them
with a good regard to probability, to
gain a great reputation for scershlp.
It Is very easy to be a prophet If ono
Is never going to bo called to account
for all the things that never come true.
Weather Prophets.
Herrings can scent a storm and the
direction lu which It Is coming. They
are not able to see tho wind like a
pig, but like a pig they can smell nasty
weather. Heuco tho herrings always
during a storm choose tbo safest spot
In which to swim. They cither go out
to sen or come In very close to land,
On ono occasion tho residents round
a certain bay saw a shoal of herrings
bo closo to tho sboro that they waded
In nnd caught the tlsb with their
hands. Shortly afterward a most vio
lent storm raged over the sen and
coast, but the Inner portion of the bay
suffered tho least.
Tho Motion Prevailed
An old towu olUclal of the city ot
Macon, (In., says lu Short Stories that
during tho night of the earthquake
disturbances of 1SS0 tho city council
was In session,
When tho miako shook tho cltv hall
from basement to attic tho council-1
men ran out, thinking the house would
topplo over. Whereupon tho wag who!
who kept tho minutes of tho meeting'
concluded his record with thq follow
ing sentenco;
"On motion of tho city ball, the
council adjourned."
"Lot Us All Pray!"
, Give us, Lord,
This blessln' greater)
Hard boss sense.
For human natur'l
-Atlanta Constitution,
First lovo breaks hearts nnd fccmd
lova mends them.
Tlmhr f.nnft Act. Jun 3, 18711,
NOT1CK I'Oll I'UIII.IUATION.
U. H. Irfind prrlre.
Itosxliurc, Oregon, May as, 1,
Nollro la litreby xlven Hint In tom
illaiKo with the provlalona of tho net of
.'oimrsas of Juno 3. in, nntltlcxl "An
Act for thn sale of Tlinlwr l-nmla In thn
ritHlen of Cnllfornla. Oregon, Nevada and
VVanlilriKlnii Territory," ns extended to
nil Iho J 'iitillo Isn'l Hlntes ty act of
August I, mi.
Annln II. Young,
of !loijfirn, county of L'hrhalls, fltftto of
Wnaliliigton, has this day filed in this of.
Ilea tier sworn statement No. ZW3, for the
purchase of I tie wH swU. V4 tiwti of Sec
tion Ftt. , lownsiup no. vi souin. or
Itange 7 wvst, ami will offer proof to snow
thut the Inri'l souuht Is more valuable for
Ita timber or stone than for agricultural
nurponoN, and to ostubllMh hr-r claim to
said Im ml iH-forn Marie I,. Ware, United
Htm cm Commissioner, ut lIUKeno, OreKon,
on 1'rl'lay, the Will day of Annuo, l'ttt.
Hliu names as wlUn-snea: Ui-i. U'oollty,
of Drain, Oregon, Klmer Woolloy. of
Drain, ilrmun; (Jeo. W. Hhaw, of Drain,
OreKon, lleaale M. Crawford, of Hofiualm,
wasn.
Any and all t-rnona elalmlnir adverse
ly the Hbove-dinciUied Innda are request
ed to Die their claims In this olllce on or
before the aald 1Mb day of AuKunt, !?.
J. t. iiuiDUKH, liegister.
Timber I .and Act, June 3. Ul.
NOT1CK Ftm 1'UIII.ICATION.
U. 8. I -ami Oinre.
Itoscburg, Oregon, May IS, 1)2.
Notice la bereiiy alven that In cum-
nllunce wltli the urovlslona of tile act of
Congress of June 3, HUH, entitled "An
Act for the sale of Timber Inda In the
fttatfw of California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington 'territory, as extended to
all the I'ubllo I .and .Slates by act of
August 4. IMC.
Airs. Mary I., nob naon.
of Cottage Urove, county or Lane, State
of Oregon, haa this day tiled In thla olllce
her sworn statement No. 2131. for the pur
rliaae of the naVt of Section No. II, town
ahlp 22 south, of range 2 west, and wlil
ofTer proof to ahow that the land sought
la more valuable for its timber or atone
than for agricultural purpose, and to es
tabllah her claim to said land before the
Itealater and Receiver of this ofnee at
JtOHcburg. Oregon on Wednesday, the 27th
day of August.
nno names as wnnessea: jonn l-aimer,
Dan UrumbaUKh. II. l'attcn. Tom Ulew.
all of Cottage Urove, Oregon.
Any anu an persons claiming auvcrae
ly tho nbove-doscrlbed lands are request
ed to file their claims In thla olllce on or
before the said 21at day of August, 1C
J. T. UlUOUKH. Ite&Ister.
Timber I-and Act, June 3. 1878.
NOTICK KOIl l'L'III.ICATION.
U. H. l.nid Olllce.
lloseburg. Oregon. May II. lJS.
Notice la hereby given that In comDll-
ance with the provlalona of the act of
Congress of June 3, 1(78, entitled "An
Act lor the Hate or iimuer ianua in
the States of California. Oregon. Nevada
and Washington Territory," as extend
ed to all the l'ubllc l.and States by act
of August 4. mi.
Charles W. Van Wormer,
of Princeton, county of MUle Lacs, State
of Minnesota, lias this day filed In this of
fice his sworn statement No. 2117, for the
purchase of the swi of Section No. 21,
Township 21 south, itange G west, and
will offer proof to show that the land
sought Is more valuable for Its timber
or atone than for agricultural purposes,
and to eatabllah his claim to said land be
fore the itegister and Ilecelver or tms ol
llce at Itoaeburg. Oregon, on Thursday,
the 21at day of August. 1J2.
He names as witnesses: Dc Witt C.
Davis, of Drain. Oregon: C. K. Trumble.
of Drain. Oregon; J. Van I thee, of Mllaca.
Minnesota; i- reu warren, oi amaca, Aiin
nesota. Any and all persons claiming adverse
ly the atiove-descrlbed lands are request
ed to tile their claims in this oftlce on
or before the aald 21st day of August, 1C
J. T. U111UUKU. itegiaier.
Timber Land Act, June 3, 1878.
NOTICli FOK I'UHLICATION.
U. S. Land Office.
Itoseburg. Oregon, May 31. 1I3.
Notice la hereby srtven that in compli
ance with the provisions of the act of
Congress or June 3. isia. eniuieu "An
Act for the Sale of Timber I-ands In
the States of California, Oregon. Nevada
and Washington Territory." as extend
ed to all the Public Land States by act
of August 1. 192.
Josenh H. Young.
of Cottage Grove, county of Lane, State
of Oregon, has this day llled In this office
his sworn statement No. 2S9J for the pur
chase of the lots 4. S. 6, 7. II and IS of Sec
tion No. 30, Township 22 south, Rango 1
H.ua, n.wt u'ttl nrr.i. nrruif In ihnw that
tho land sought Is more valuable for Us
timber or stone than for agricultural pur
nones, and to establish his claim to said
land before the liegister and Receiver of
this olllce at l(03courff, u report, on .uon
day. the 22nd day of September, 1902.
lie names as witnesses: John D. Pal
mer. Marion w. uavis. urin iiooinaon.
II. Martin, all ot Cottage Groil Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adverse
ly the above-described lands are request
er! In m their elalma in this office on
or before the said 22nd day of August. 1902.
J. 1. UKlLHi&s, iiegisier.
Timber Land Act. June 3. 1878.
NOTlCK FOIl PUBLICATION.
U. S. Iand Office.
Itoseburg, Oregon. May 12, 1902.
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of the act of
Congress of June 3. 1S78. entitled "An
in, r.i tho mat nf Timber I.mds In the
States of California. Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territory." as extended to
all the Public Land States by act of
August t. lHK.
MIm Teniae P. Qecker.
nf nibbing, county of St. Louis, State of
Minnesota, has this day filed In this of
fice her sworn statement No. 2385, for the
purchase of the scij of Section No. 18,
Township 21. Itange S west, and will of
fer proof to show that the land sought la
moro valuable for Its timber or stone than
ror agricultural purposes, and to estab
lish her claim to said land before the Reg
ister and Receiver of this office nt Itose
burg. Oregon, on Thursday, tho 21st day
of August, 1902. t
Sho names as witnesses: Jacob "van
Rhee, of Mllaca. Minnesota; O. r. War
ren, of Mllaca, Minnesota; Mrs. Abble JA
Clark, of Mllaca, Minnesota: C. B. Trum
ble. of Drain. Oregon.
Any nnd an persons claiming auverse
iv the above-described lards are request
ed to file their claims In this office on or
before the said Jist nay or August.
J. T. URIDailS. Register.
Timber Land Act. June 3. 1878.
NOTICK FOR I'UHLICATION.
U. S. Land Office.
Hoscburg. Oregon, May 12, 1902.
Vntice U hereby clten that In com
pliance with the provisions of the act of
Congress ot June 3. 1S78. entitled "An
Act for the sale of Timber Lands In the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territory," ns extended to
all tho Public Land States by act of
August I, 1SW.
Ooorge F. Wnrren.
of Mllaca, county of MUle Lacs, State of
Minnesota, has this day tiled In this of
tlco hla sworn stntement. No. Ifc6, for the
purchase of the neVi of Section No. 18.
township 21 south, of Range 5 west, and
will offer proof to show that tho land
finniht la tnnre vnluable for Its timber or
stone than for agricultural purposes, and
to establish his claim to Bald land before
the Register nnd Receiver of this olllce
nt Roseburg, Oregon, on Thursday, the
21st day ot August. 1902.
Ho names as witnesses: O. E. Trum
mell. of Drain, Oregon: D. Davis, of
Drain. Oregon; J. Van Rhee, of Mlllnck.
Minnesota; I.. F. Ilecker, of lllbblng,
Minnesota. , .
Any and nil persons claiming adverse
ly the auove-deserlbed lands are request
ed to tlio their claims in this office on or
beforo the said 21st day of August. 1903.
J. T. HRIDQES, Register.
Timber Iind Act. June 3. 1S7S.
NOTICK FOR I'UHLICATION.
U. S. IJind Office.
Roseburg, Oregon, May 13. 1902.
Notice Is hereby given that In com
pliance with tho provisions of the act of
Congress of June 3. 1878, entitled "An
Act for the sale of Timber Lands In the
States of Cnllfornla, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territory," as extended to
all the I'ubllo Land States by act of
August 4, 1S92. ...,,
Mrs. Abblo F. Clark,
of Mlllea. county of MUle Lacs, State of
Minnesota, 1ms this day Illed In this office
her sworn statement No. 23SI, for the pur
chase of the nwtl, being lots 1, 2, eU mv',1
of Section No. IS, Township 21 south, of
Range 5 west, and will offer proof to show
that the land sought Is more valuable
for Ita timber or stone than for agricul
tural purposes, and to establish her claim
to said land beforo the Register and Re
ceiver of this olllce at Roseburg. Oregon,
on Thursday, tho 21st day of August, 1902.
She names as witnesses: Miss Lnulre
F. Ilecker. of lllbblng, Minnesota; O. F.
Warren, of Mllaca, Minnesota: Jacob Van
Rhee, nf Mllaca, Minnesota; C. K. Trum
bin. of Drain. Oregon.
Any nnd nil persons claiming adverse,
ly' the nbove-descrlbed lands nre request
ed to tlio their claims In this office on or
before the said 18th day of August. 1902.
J. T, HRIDaES, Register.
Timber Land Act. June 3. 1878.
NOTICK FOR l'UUHCATION.
II. S. Land Office.
Roaehurg, Oregon, May 7, 1902.
Notice la hereby given that In com
pliance with the provisions of tho act of
Congress of Juno 3, 1878, entitled "An
Act for the sale of Timber tamta In the!
Slates of California, Oregon, Nevada nnd
wnamngion -icrriinry, na oxienuetl to
Ifenrv Iivl.
T.,
of lloqulam, county of Chrhalls, flints of
waaningion, nna tins nay men in tnis oc
Hen hla awnrn atatement No. 2SM. for tho
tiiirrhnjiA or the nwli nf Heetlfln II. Town
ship No. 21 south, of range west, and
will offer proof to ahow that thn lan
;
r,!r
nnd
.""j
sought is more valuable ror Its timber
atone than for aartrulturnl tiurnoses. a
io eaiaousn his cinirn to eaiu isnu neiore
the Iteglatcr nnd Itecelver of thla olllce nt
Itoacburff. Oregon, on Monilav. tho lain
any of August, 19U2.
lie names as witnesses: Michel Kvaux,
of Hoitulam, Washington; George W.
Wontley, of Drain, Oregon; O. W. Hliaw,
nf lloiiulnm, Washington: frank A. UU
lett, of Iloqulam, Washington.
Any and all persons claiming adveran
Iv the alKive-deacrlbed Innila are renliMt-
il to file their claims In this office on or
before tho salil 18th day or August, lvn,
J. T. UltlDUKS, Register.
Tlmbar I -and Act, June 3. 187s.
NOTICK FOIl 1'UIIMCATION.
U. S. Land Office.
Hoscburg, Oregon, May 12, 1&
Notice la hereby clven that In compli
ance with the provlalona of the act of
Congress of June 3. IffiS, entitled "An
Act for the Hale of Timber Ijind.i In
the States of California. Oregon. Nevada
and Washington Territory," as extend
ed to all the Public Land States by uct
of August 4, m.
Jacob Van Ilhee,
of Mllaca, county of Mills Lace, State of
Minnesota, haa thla day Illed in thla olllce
hla sworn statement No. 23S7. for the pur
chase of the neU of Section No. 21. Town
ship 21, Itange fi west, and will offer proof
to anew mat tno tanu aougni la more val
uable for Its timber or atone than for
agricultural purposes, and to establish
his claim to said land before the Ilcg
later and Receiver of thla olllce at Ilou-
burg. Or., on Thursday, the 21at day ot
Auguat, lfZ.
lie names as witnesses: Alias i.ouiae i.
Ilecker, of lllbblng, Minnesota; U. F.
Warren, of Mllaca, Minnesota; Mra. Ab-
Iile F. Clark, o( Mllaca, Minnesota; C. K.
Trumble, of uraln, Oregon.
Anv and all oersons claiming adverae-
ly the above-described landa are request
ed to Ille their claims In this office on
or before the aald 21st day of Auguat, 1902.
j. t. uitiuuHH, itegiaier.
Timber Land Act, June 3. 1878.
NOTICK FOK I'L'UI.ICATION.
U. 8. I-and Office.
Roseburg, Oregon, May II, 1902.
Notice la hereby given that in compli
ance with the provisions of the act or
Congreaa of June 3. 1878, entitled "An
Act for the Sale of Timber Lands in
the States of California. Oregon. Nevada
and Washington Territory." oa extend
ed to all the 1'iiDiic Lanu (Slates uy act
of August 4. 1S92.
of Drain, county of Douglas, State of Or
egon, has this day flled In this office his
sworn atatement. No. 2116, for the pur
chase of the nwVi of Section No. 21. town-
snip Zl aoutn, Itange went, anu win oi
fer proof to ahow that the land la more
valuable for Ita timber or atone than for
agricultural purposes, and to eatabllah
his claim to said land before the Regis
ter and Receiver or this omce at iioso-
burg, Oregon, on Thursday, the 21st day
of August, 1902.
lie names as wunessea; u. w. van
Wormer. of Princeton. Minnesota: C. K.
Trumble, of Drain, Oregon; J. Van Rhee,
of Mllaca, Minnesota; Fred Warren, of
Mllaca, Minnesota.
Any and all neraons claiming adverse
ly the above-described lands are request
ed to flle their claims in this office on
or before the said 21st day of August. 1902.
J. k. lllduutta. uegisier.
Timber Land Act. June 3. 1878.
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
U. S. Land Office.
Roseburg, Oregon May 28, 1902.
Vnllrn ta herehl elven that In com
pliance with the provisions of the act of
Congress of June 3. 1878, entitled "An
Act for the sale of Timber Lands In the
States ot California, Oregon, Nevada and
wnshlneton Territory." as extended to
all thn Public Land States by act ot
August 4, use.
at rmtnte Grove. County of Lane. State
Anns J. uneney,
of Oregon, has this day flled In this office
Her swum Buiiciuv.it iw. ..... .. . l,ln
chase of the wV4. se and lot 8 of Section money enough for that. Judge.
No. 8 of Township No. 22 south. Range II nnnhttena hn was- Mrs Ilrowncr
west, and will offer proof to show that the DouDtless sne was. Mrs. iirowne
land sought Is more valuable for Its Urn- And who Is the president of your cluD
ber or stone than for agricultural pur- , Mnlsnron? Mrs MnbttiroD
poses, and to establish her claim to said nw. Mrs. Maiapropi sirs, .naiiipropi
land beforo Marie L. Ware. U. S. Com-1 (proudly) 1 am the present encum
SkT'thr??,!0!" Thur-brance. just uow.-rblladelpbla I'rcss.
deiVTrTni1oyTcffikGov,: "Jobn." she said, "do you think you
Lane County. Or.; Joe Burnett, of wild-, can afford a new gown for me?' He
wood. Lane County. Or.: Alfred p. Lo-' looked at her sharply. "Have you or
Roy. of cottage Grove. Lane County. Or- ' be ..yeg
Any and all persons claiming odverse- be Ba,t ..r can affora It" Chicago
ly the above-described lands are request- i .
ed to nie their claims In this office on or
before tne said rai aay or ausuhi,
J. T. UltlDOKS, Register.
Timber Land Act, June 3. 1878.
NOTICK FOlt PUBLICATION.
U. S. Land Office.
Roseburg. Oregon. May 20. 1902.
Notice Is hereby given that In com
iliance with the orovlslons of the act of
Congress of Jure 3. 1S78, entitled "An
Act for the sale ot Timber Lands In the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territory," as extended to
all the Public Land States by act of
August 4, 1&2.
ltpnrv A. Itrewer.
of Albany, county of Linn, State of Ore
gon, has this day tiled In this office his
sworn statement No. 2636. for the pur
chase of the e(4 swVi. seli nwVi. nwVi seli
oi bection 21 of Towmhlp 20 south, range
6 west, and will offer proof to show that
the land sougni is more vaiuaoie mr ua
ilmka, nf Htmif th.m for nerlcultural DUr-
poses, and to establish his claim to said
land before Marie L. Ware, U. 8. Commis
sioner, Kugene, Oregon, on Monday, tho
Ith day of August. 1902.
He names as witnesses: Charles wllt
se, Mae Wlltse. George A. Betts and Mrs.
G. A. Betts, all of Loralne, Lane county,
Oregon.
Any nnd all persons claiming adverse
ly tho above-described lands are request
ed to flle their claims In this office on or
before the said Ith day ot August. 1902.
J. 1. uuiuuus, itegiaier.
Timber Land. Act. June 3. 1878.
NOTICK FOlt PUBLICATION.
U. S. Land Office.
Roseburg. Oregon May 26, 1902.
Notice Is hreby given that In com
pliance wltli the provisions or me act oi
Congress ot June 3, n78, entitled "An
Act for the sale ot Timber Lands In the
Kl.lua lit Pnltrnrnln. Orpi-nn. Nevada and
Washington Territory." as extenuea to
all the I'ubllo Land States by act of,,
August 4, 1892.
Alfred D. LeRov.
1.. 1 1 ., . , f T.nna Slnta
ot Oregon, has this day flled in this office
his sworn statement No. SUSS, for the pur-
..V,.,DQ nr KA Int. 1 K A nn,1 7 nt RACtlnn I
No. 8, of Township" No. 23 south, rango 1
west, anu win oner proui iu biiuw umi ua
land Bought la more valuable for Ita tim
ber or stone than for agricultural pur
poses, and to establish his claim to said
land before Marie U Ware. U. S. Com
missioner at Eugene. Oregon, on Thurs
day, tho 7th day of August, 1902.
lie names as witnesses: r ranK iienuer-
son, ITanK Loitoy, or cottage irroye,
Ijne county, ore.; joe uurneit. or wnu-
wood, Lane county. Ore.; Anna J. Che
ney, of Cottage Grove. Lane county. Or.
Any and a)f persons claiming adverse
ly tho above-described lands are request
ed to rile their claims In this office on or
before the said 7th day ot August, 1902.
j. T. uiuiJUtts, uegisier.
Timber Land Act, June 3, 1878.
.NOTICE FOIl PUBLICATION.
U. S. Land Office.
Roseburg. Oregon, May 29, 1902.
Vntlcn la hereby given that In com
pliance with the provisions of tho act of
congress oi jone o, iaio, emivieu tn
Act for the sale of Timber Lands In the
States of California, Oregnn, Nevada and
Washington Territory," as extended to
nil the Public Land States by act ot
August 4, 19.'.
George W. McQueen,
of Cottage Grove, county ot Lane, State
of Oregon, bus this day illed In this olllce
his sworn statement No. 2685, for the pur
chase of the nH ne'i of Section No. 6 nt
Township HI south, of Range 2 west and
will offer proof to show thut the land
sought Is more valuable for Its timber or
stone tunn tor agricultural purposes, anu
to establish his claim to said land before
Marie I.. Ware, U. S. Commlsslner at
Kugene. Oregon, on Monday, the 18th day
or Auguat. 1902.
Ho names as witnesses: C. A. Coats,
James Potts, James Ostrander, II. T.
Dow, all ot Cottage Grove, Oregon.
Any ana an persons ciaim:ng auverae-
fv Ilia nhnve-riencrltied lnnilq are rAntleHt-
ed to tile, their clalma In TfiTs office on or
before the said ISth day of August, 1902,
j. i: uuunuia, Register.
Timber I-and Act, June 3, 1878.
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
U. S. Land Office.
Roseburg, Oregon, May 7, 1902.'
Notice Is hereby clven that In com.
pltanco with the provisions ot the act of
vongress ot juno il 1910, eniuiea "All
Act for the sale ot Timber Lends In the
States ot California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territory," as extended to
tam HtMea
by net ot
i lranW A nm.
Frank A
It. Btslo ot
i wnaninRion, lias wits tl
lice Ida awqrn statement No.
mis nr
for tl
Hi
. south.
purchase i
seu of See lion No. 4, to
i or inn nia iwu
tie
sen oi section no. 4, Tnwnsli
nf Itange 0 west, and will efti
show that the land sought Ii move rUi.
, .An f ,,,
oninrin umoer or sinus tlian ror asrl-
cultural Iiuriywef. nnd to Mtsblloli ts
?!Blnl lo ld. stiil before, III iletlater and
Receiver of tills olfles at IHMehiirs. tire
gon, on juonitsy, 1110 lain nay or August,
1901.
lis names as witnesses: Michel invito-,
or lloqulam, Washington; 0. Vv, dluiw. '
HoriulHin. Wastilnston: Itnnrv t.t. r
lloqulam, Wnalitngton; George W Wiml-
ey. of Drain, Oregon.
iMiy anil nu peravnn claiming silvers,'
ly thn abovs-dnwrlbed lands nre reotieni
ed to nin their claims In this office on or
before the snld Mth 'lav of August, 1WI.
j. r. iiuiuuKM. nsajtetsr
Timber Land Act, June A, l,n.
NOTICM FOlt I'UBLICATlof.
1;. 8. irfiiiti trDH.
nonebtirg. Orssjon, May 7. Ii3
Notice Is hereby slen that tn com
pliance wtlh the prnvlslflna nt thn act nr
Congress of June 3, 1S7S, rnlitli-d ' An
Art for the sale ot Timber Landa In in.'
Hlntes of California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territory," as emended tn
all thn I'ubllo Land Stales by uct of
August 4, imt.
Mlchnl Rratix.
of Hoqutnin, county of Chrhalls, Slate nf
wnamngion, nan una nay nieii 111 tins or
flcn his sworn statement No, ), for thn
purchase of thn nH of Section 11. Town
htn 21 sooth, of Ranan 6 west, nnd will
offer proof to show that the land sought
in morn vainnnm tor un umoer or stone
than for ntfrlciilturnl ntirnnses. anil to
establish his claim to said land liefnre thn
liegister ami Receiver or tins nince nt
Itoaeburg. Oregon, on Monday, t ie 1MU
day of Auguat, V.G.
lie names as wiinennen: 1. w. aunw, or
lloqulam, Washington; Henry f-vl. of
lloqulam, wnamngion: weorge wnoiev, 01
Drain. Oregon; F. A. Olllell, ot lloqulam,
Washington.
Anv nnd all neraons claiming adverse-
ly the nbove-descrlbed lands nre request
ed to file their ctalma In this offlro on or
beforo the aald 18th day or August, l!ri3
j. u. liiuiHtKa, itegiaier
Mamma Never put off until to-morrow
what you can do to-day. Johnny
Well, then. I'll cat the rest of the pie
now.
A Ilislng Man: "And have you no am
bition to rise In the world?" "Sure,
ma'amt Tin a porch climber." Cleve
land t'laln Dealer.
Thrown together: Egbert - Know
her? Filbert Yes. Egbert-Quito
well? Filbert Wo were thrown to
gether from the sanio automobile.
Judge.
"You say O'Hannagan leaves the or
phans' home a large legacy?" "Hedad,
It's purty large." "How much?"
"Twelve children an' u goat, begorro."
-Tlt-Blta.
Towne I see Gayman had to pay
Mlsa Koy $23,000 for breach of prom
ise. Browne Yes, and now he's trying
to marry her for her money. Philadel
phia Tress.
An expensive luxury: Mr. O'Toolo
(entering doctor's otUcel-Shurc. doctor,
OI think OI have npplndlcltls. Dr.
Smith Nonsense, manl
You bavent
Conversation of Energy: "You say
you never gossip?" "Never," answered
Miss Cayenne; "when I feel disposed
to hear my neighbors discussed, I mere
ly mention a name and proceed to
listen." Washington Star.
Dobbs You ought to do something
for that cold of yours. A neglected
cold often leads .to serious conse
quences. Mobbs This one Is not neg
lected. Four or five hundred of my
friends are looking nfter It
Mr. Wise Johnny, can you tell mo
why the little band on my watch goes
faster than the big one? Johnny (after
mature reflection) Papa, Isn't It for
the same reason that I havo to ruu
when I go walking with you? Ex
change. I'urvenue I hear the Ncwrlche
claim to be better off than we nre.
Mrs. I'arvcnuc That's perfectly ridicu
lous. Everybody knows we have more
money. Why, we receive over twice;
as many begging letters as they do.
Town Topics.
Lieutenant (to bis servant) "John, 1
understand you are making love to my
colonel's cook?" Scfvant-"Yes. lieu
tenant" Lieutenant"! am Invited to
dinner there, and I want you to see to
that I tret so me till II L- uecetil to en II
,i,.,,i vi.-ii,i,b. libit.
I"" 1" uuucii
t.r
"Oh. come now, 1 s'yl" exclaimed tho
Britisher. "You must admit that we'ro
ahead of you lu a grlto many w'ys."
In ono great particular I admit you
are," said the Yankee. "And that Is?"
Tlmo, It's 8 o'clock In London, and
It's only 3 here." rhlladclphta llec
ord. Too Much for Hlni: Civil Service Ex
aminer (very sternly, to Ernstus Smith,
colored, who aspires to tho olllce of
mall carrier) How fnr Is It from tbo
earth to the moon? Urntdus (In tcrrori
Golly, boss! ef yo's gwlue to put mo
on dat route I uon'i want uo jou.
Judge.
Tho Prima Donna (after tho first neti
I won't go on again unless tlMt box
party makes less nolsot I nearly had
hysterica! The Manager (In surprise)
1 didn't bear any noise. The Prima
Donna-You iJidn'tV Why, they un
cored that ipsrt of a contralto four
times! Puck.
1'uuporUm In London,
On Dec. 31, 1001, there wero lu Lou
don, England, 107.7U3 paupers who
were In receipt of relief. This total,
which Includes (1S,M)7 ludoor anil 3IM71
outdoor paupers, com pan's with re
turns of 104,3(15 and 101,7-11 and IWt,
001 for the corresponding weok of tbv
threo preceding years. There were
also 1,003 vagrauts, consisting of Sift
men, 107 women, and 11 children, who
on that same day received temporary
relief.
Ho Ilo 1M(I.
Mrs. Bllmson-WUlle, your shirt l
dripping.
Willie Yea'ra. Bomo boy tempted
roe to go In swimming, and I ran away
from them so bard that I got Into ua
awful perspiration.
nil the I'ubllo
August 4, tm.