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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1902)
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Devoted lo the Milling, Lumbering mid I'nnnitiK Interests of thin Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake.
COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER, 1902.
. . Generous Uncle Bill . .
(liven CI001I Advice to I1I1 Newly Married Nelce who will l.tve Hero.
In 11 ivinuto liiiinliil buck Kimt llvcil
u demure mill IiiihiIiiI miilili-u
mill 11 IiiihIiIiiI yoilliK itii. who
lift t for moiihi yearn Imm-ii living with
lint iino anil tint muhio object. They
wi'i-o hot li In iiwIcmh vletlniM of "lo vo
inlorolN'H" tluil were doing iiiohI
effectual work niiilcr the direction of
Cupid hliiiMtlf, lliirr.VHiiilcli'iily "woke
up" miii iii-ciui-ii unit prucruHima
wherti that lutkery Ih. I'L'h ko uihI
K'l'l It pie. I CUII I'll I 11 wlioln 0111. I
inn with you hiivh I lurry, mo run I.
Tlii'.V then made 11 lien lino fur tint
liukcry, wlit-ru Thou. It. I'urkrr tlm
c'oiikimiIiiI proprietor extended them
tho llOHpllllllty III' U ho cipuhlii of,
mill on leaving they linth vowed
they would ulwuyHgoto thoCnttiiKt
drove liukcry, for the Im-mI Imker'H
ti.o wan tlm thief of time itnil IiIIhh Kod ', riltiiKO drove,
mid Imilleillulely not lltxtllt tolirlllg
11ml tern In li menu, "iieine limy
I I I er I" hut lie took u header
over htiMlifuliifMH "iikiiIii would you
00 00 -r," Thin time llettlo
emne to IiIh iihi-iih wltha Mtvi-et "Yen,
Hurry dear, er er I've Imvii try Imr to
Hny yen all thlx time and I mean It
too, If, er you do," ami to thin day
Harry IiimImIm that he popeil the
Very hood there wiinn wedding and
ItwaHtiot tn licit lunger In-fore I'liclt'
Hill Taylor, of Cottage drove, wrotii
effiiHlvely of what lie termed her
"grit" and proponed that If they
would liH'iile hem he would Htart
them up In life. Very noon they Im
giiu to hid loved mien adieu and were
Miiim xpeedlug In HiIh dlni'tlon.
When thlt train pulled In, gcncroiiM
UniJolllll wiih at the depot to greet
mid welcome tho much elated couple,
ami after hearty coiiKratulatloiiMcoiiv
ducted them Mtralghtway to the I111
IH'rlal Hotel having prevlnindy ur
ninm.il for a Hpleudld Hiilte. wltliN. i
I). Hardy tho miave ami alert limit.
It wiih In tho cljeerful and Inviting
room of the hotel at lircnkfimt next
morning, while purtuklngofn tempt-,
lug menu that wan tieing politely
nerved that t'nclo Hill llrt unfolded
IiIh pliuiM to the appreciative new
romerH, obligating liliiineH llml of all
toluillil and fimilxli for them an,
ideal Amerlrmi home. "Hut In the
inemitl ," Hiild he, "you will llud
thin a pleiiMaut, home-like and moxt
ngrwiiiilo pliuii to live.
After lireakfaMt the auxlotiH new
cnmcrM, at Uncle IWI'n reUcnt, nc
compmiled him about town wltha
view to getting aeiiualnted ami ar
ranging In detail all the uiatterM In
cidental to building mid fiirnlHhlng
tho now I101110; "and now for a tie
filralilo Hpot" Mild 1'ucle Hill, "to
linllil on; let'M ki In mid confer with
lMillllpi Wheeler our well luforiueil
and wlile-awako real entitle iigviitx.
whiiro Ih Hated the Ir-hI proiert.v In
town and country about, mid they
nnialHO auentH tor the lending llrelii
Huranco of Europe and America and
wo will have them Iiimiiiv your limine
aKiiliiMt II ni after It lx built. The trio
were cordially received and It-wiiMii't
long iH-forntliocourtly SleHMl-H Plillllpn
Sc Wheeler had Mold Uncle Hill a
chaniiliiK and coiiiiiioiIUiiih residence
"la erecting a Inline, one, crhiipM
to Iki left a a tribute of family pride
to mirci-edlnc- imiioratloiiN, It with-
Holutely Important to uw Al luinlier
and building material, otherwlwi In
it decade or mo tho biillilluu would
topplo over." Miild t'nele Hill, with
luwtireii air, "i win
l.OHHL rtirH l.ininn'i , . . . ..... ...1
, ,.. ' lotniti 111 inn riht huh-koi r-viiiiu
joiiipauy anon-- 10 niiiiin-r ' ,,., MlImM.. ,. , r .....w
ltTIIIV ,1,, IH I l,ll.n iiui, m-,,o in...
article of utility In furiiltiireorhoiiwv
hold effect, mid will K'lve to each
liahy under one year of iirp th'it In
...... . ..."m i, ,.. .1 1 iirouiriit 11110 him more wiiniii me
lion 01 iiiiiiuihkh 111 iiieiw mii i uiijr. ,., i.,,iu,,i ,.i,i rim.
adequate, to mivt the ilcinniiil of J"!1 V"r. .V.V !V.!iVJ!J. nllfi
.. .111111 1.1, 1.11 iiiu miiimni iiv ..... . ..,.1.
10. 1 ...I..., ..1 ..1.... .1... I,
lull niiu u iin uwn ih iv rtin- ,.,,-
Hlinrlli' nflnr Ii'iiiIiil- (lie lintel for
a MiioppliiK tour, llettlo axkeu to imi
directed to a millinery Ntoro, "vou
IliMl mentioned it In time," rejoined
Viicle Hill, who led the way Into
.Mary lliirtcln luvltlnic millinery par
lorM, wheni tho Maine new effect m up
peiirMlinultaueoiiMly with I'arln and
uietroiolltmi Amerleau rltleM. Ho
tcnlniiHly'iloi-M the accompllMlieil mill
llier MIhh llartel (,'iuirtl the Inten-Mt of
her clientele. Tho attractive linen of
millinery wen mo tiiHty and dainty
that llettlo hooii MiiceiiiulM'd to an
cxnulHlte hat aildliiK iiiiiuy nrtlclcM
In laillcH fancy kooiIh Im'Ii ire concliul.
UtK her purchnMCH.
After leaving the millinery Htoro
llettlo went Mtralnhtway to MIhm
ICtta Hmlth'N ilreHHiiiakluu: purlorM to
arranut' for IiiivIiik all work of that
kind In the future. And while look.
IliK over nil the Intent (IcmIkiim mIio de
elded to order a tailor null from The
Perfection l.adleM Tailoring Co. of
Chicago, III. Kor which .MIhh Smith
lniH the oxrluxlvo agency. And after
having received tho milt mid other
work ilone by .MIhm Kmltll, Hettleile
clanil mIio would alwn.VM patronUe
her for all ilreMHinaklng ami ladlen
tailoring In the future.
"Now Harry you will netil both
mIh hi milking and repairing," Maid
I'iicIo Hill, "and of cinirx- you will
want to go to tho very Im-mI m1iim
maker which Ih .1. II. DiivIiIhoii. "He
Ih an artlnt Ih IiIh Hue mid given nil I In
fliction to IiIh ciiMtonierH In both
making mid repairing. t'Hlng noth
ing hut tho iM-ntof leather In both.
Yen It will Imi to your IntereMt to
patronlut Mr. DiivIiIhoii."
"The man that mantci-M whatever
branch he decided to purMiie, renilcrM
niimt good to IiIh fellow iiiau or to
MiH-lety." In the opinion of I'uclo Hill,
"mid we have no more convincing
proof of thin fact than Ih cxamplltlcd
In riillllp Hold whom- time mid en
erglcM nrv iM-Ing put Into un Im-IiIiiiI
the anvil mid at tho work Im-iicIi,
along tho Hiich of general lilackHinlth
lug. horm MliiH'Ing mid wagon mak
ing. Appropriately tltted and ar
ranged HhopM am utllllKil and It Ih
the name that Phillip Hold ban won
for Al win kliiaiiMhlp ami upright
dealing with the public that given
UiIh place a httny apM,armice mid the.
favor of lln pittroiiM that come from
many mllcn aroiiml."
"A hoilMe that Ih Indeed comiiio
politau In Itn way and nnli-no from
tho fact that It handle mo many
tlilnun fur mo mali.v iim'm Ih tho olio
conducted by ('. J. Miller" Miild Uncle
1 Hill. The MiilcHroom rontaliiM any
1 article from u rat trap to n ninnll
Mixed Hteamboat, with the iiHimlcate-
Li.i. Ji. "..- Z Kory of wan-n. ntei.HllH and thlngn
tnrlor llnlnli and the Hiimlry
The yarilN and mIkmim an alwayn
tilled with plue anil Mr luinlnT of nil
klmlM and dliueiiMloiin, and the mani
fold tlilugH ncviled In the count rue
frcHh ami ciirnl meat and kindred
itrtlrli-M of food, I will take Harlel
and Veatch'M meat market, It In an
Inviting ami well ordered market In
nil reMiMt'tM mid ho vigilant aroMeHMm.
llartel mid Yeatcli to tho IntcrcMtn
of thdrclloiitollo that you llnd thero
every day In tlio year tho cholcoHt
mid moHt tootliHomo uieatM mid
edlblcH for an exuding and upprccb
tlve lint of fuillliloM."
"It In now about noon and dinner
will Moon Imi oii, ho let dm go to tho
Miiinplo room," Maid Harry. "All
right we will go to tho ItoMort Ha
loon next door to tholinpcrliil Hotel."
"It Im thero you got tlio lMHt licer,
wlni'M, and clgarn In town and tho
bent IiIoiiiIh of whlnkcy to 1m hud In
Cottage drove and real old gin from
Holland, mid tlio bartendcra are
agreeable, Im'hIiIch llrilinlleld and
Htrong, proprletorn, are alwayn nice
and iiollte, you will wo loin of tho
boyn thero, for thoy nil know whero
to get the lH-Ht ilrlnkn, mid keep
watch that every one In treated
According to mi exchange, In every
paiicr we pick up wo lire alwayn Hiiru
to Hilda lot of talk about the man
Ih-IiIiiiI There'n the man IhjIiIiiiI tlio
counter, and the man ImmiIiiiI tho
gnu, tlio man iH-iumi mo iiux-miiw;
and the man behind bin moii; tho man
who Ih iHihlliil tho tlini.-n; the one Im
hlnd IiIh rent, the mini ltehliul the
plowMhare, mid the man Ih'IiIiiiI tho
fence: the man Im-IiIiiiI tho whlHtlo
and the man Im-IiIiiiI the barn; tho
mail Im-IiIiiiI the kodak ami the man
Ih'IiIiiiI the carnj the man ImjIiIiiiI IiIh
whlHky, ami the man IhjIiIiiiI IiIh lint.
ami every man ImjIiIiiiI a thing Ih en
tered oil tho lint; but thoy'vo nklpiH-d
another fellow of whom nothing Iiuh
Ihh'ii wild t lie man who Im oven or a
little wayn ahead; who alwayM payM
for what he getn, wIiomo bllln aro
alwayn nlgnnl, Iio'h a blamed night
moru luitiortaut tnmi tlio man who
In ln'hliid. All thoedltorH mid mor-
clinntn and the whole commercial
clan aro Indebted for oxUtauco to
thlHgood noble man. Ho keopn uh
all In IiuhIiichh mid hiii town Im never
dead. And mo I take my hat off to
the man who In ahead.
West Side Hornets Shop.
A now and (Irnt clnnn lino of HoImh
mid Ilorno lllankot have Jimt hven
n-colveil at the Went Hide IlnrncHM
Hhop and they aro Mug Mold at
prlcen within tlio rent li of everyone.
Call and hcu tliem.
. J'iiank l.nltor.
Any iktmoii hiring a nluglo KMit
buggy mid allowing more than two
MnioiiH to rldo In name nt one t Iiik;
will Im charged doiibli; prlco and pay
nil daiiiagcM to the buggy. Tlio
above appllcH to all hack, carrlagon
or nprlng wagoiiM. (fiily two jht
moiih alloiveil to ride In one neat at a
ClllllMMK & ISANUH.
Why was Lot's wife turn
ed into a pillur of salt?
ITHAIS FROM SILK CRBEK.
Now that our nplemllil tiew tvnl-
donco will noon Ih? ready to inovo,
Into we'll next take ntcpn about!
tiirnlHtilug It out In good hIiii'm. It;
will Imi my aim to liavo It par excel
lenco." vontuml Undo Hill, "ho lf
you Join mo we'll go and talk It over
with H. II. Lauder our well Informed
Iioiiho furiilHher mid diligent opouent,
of furniture." Tho trio were courte
oiiHly ncelveil at the Htontmul ufter
tho aMHldoiiH mmmgcmciit, hud inailu
moiiio HiiggentloiiH to the anxloiiH
bride, hIio hooii nelected her parlor,
clmmlKir and lMilroom hiiIIch, ami
otlior rcuulnltlcH In furiilnhlng for the
now homo, no enticing worn the
Hinartaud unlouo effis'tn coiunrlneil ,
In tho Htoni. Ileneo Uncle Hill or-'
dorod Mr. I.auderto furnlnh It "out
and out" from top to bottom, to
have It nplck and npan III every par
ticular. The bride wan tiRHiired that
no puliiH or effort would iMinpared to
i. i... i........ i..i .. 1 1.. ..ii K.u...u. i
, .,. ......in n. ..rencrlptlonlHtM
"Unlvowal range. '1 hafn tho look viKllnutl.v
lllllHU lllllllllllll Ufin, 141111 llll IlilKlUH I'l ,
pitHtrloH It Ih lovely. Then too, wo ,
want an airtight ntove, moiiio table
cutlery and a manifold lint of cooking
uteiiHllH," Mottle continued. "For
thoHO we'll go to drlllln & Veatch
Co., where I got the htilltlcrx hard
ware the other day." remarked the
HlHiral old iniiii. "There you can fit '
out your culliiery department on ;
whatovor ncnlo you wlnh. Tho eol-'
1.....I.... ii.. ...... i.. i.. .
E 'V" .. .... . . ! On the way to the hotel Uncle Hill
letter or m Veil il l. Iiouho to mt wiw minting to Harry tho experience
lJuaTJL mulled: "Uncle I am good with tho
iviivnrvtli flir tlm k i Viitii rllto niyMelf." Ho they entemiLllm
!?. . 5..V?1' ! Honkli n iirlxo nhootfng gallery In
(o'HilaVdwainVo'r.: ' " t''Js!!!!!!K..w.!!1: .,!,,'?..
"01., yen Uncle, you wem to tuku Vci,,iw whlcli Mr. llopkl.m offer'n
4 for a drive." 'Uh. yen. wan. ' wlH.k , tll om, 'umMnK the
ml I'll keen mv word too." JiimM , , H(.,lv. Ulcl, KV .,,.,,
rhibly IIii.Ih It them
"I't'M Jlnd a roMtuiiruut. " we have
Urn running around ho much thnt I
am tired and hungry," nald Hurry,
who looked JllHt what honpoko. Oh,
If you am hungry then we will go to
H. A. WIIIhoii'h nMtmirmit. It In
like going homo for a good Hi-unm
nieiil that In wholeHomo ami tempt
ing, .lunt wait and moo how jiollto
tho waltern nr.'. and how nice the
iiioiiIm nm nerveil. The lient of every
thing that In good to oat, w lie re the
mnl culinary art In lu evidence to
every olio of the many that eat them.
"Among thoKo abnoliitely liidlMpen
nlblo to the welfare of every com
niunlty Ih the drugglMt," oeclamd
Undo Hill, with moiiio ciiipIiiihIh.
Turning to the young -iconic, nalil he.
"we luivo a neatly and weliappoliiteil
(lrtiu'entiibllnhmcnl hem that In con-
ducted nlong progmnMlvo linen, under
tl.e ceiiHorniup ol .Morgan v iiiviiiini
ot atti.iiimeur who
after the detalln of
their IiumIuohm. The iimwntalileiimin
Imoh utllU.e.l am ever replete with
(IrugH, mediclnen, cliemlcaln mid pro
nrlotar.v mniedlcM. nn Well an excel
ttoual llnrn ot nundrleH, with the
mmilfol.l miiulMltlcH for the laillen
toilet ciiko. I lro to Morgan & lire
Imnt'H with all my prencrliitloiiH
knowing tliat them'M a competent
mid iialiiHtaklng man lndiliul the
ciiho," concluded tho generoim uncle
(Jet. :w, wri.
Our wiw mill crew am at the Pino
O-M-nlngH on a hunting expedition.
McHilnmcH Wheeler and Owenn
vinlteil with Mm. M. Comer hint Hun-day.
Them will Imj preaching hero tno
-imi Hiiuday of next month by ltev.
Morton HnlM.-tM.-k mtunied hint
week from HcottMburg with a plenti
ful Hiipply ol IImIi.
C.W. Caldwell Who 'wan iulte III
with a lame back hint week Ih Im
.liio. Anility wan munitioned to up-IH-ar
at the drove today to tentlfy lu
a milt over tlio ownemhlp otadog.
MIhh Alma Martin vinlteil her pa
mntn In their new limne on theChrln
mnii much, hint Haturday and Hun
day. Klmer Caldwell and Milton Clow
comprlned two of a Jolly crowd of
liuuterH mid tinhorn bound forHcottn-
burg hint Wednenday.
Our road Iiohh Ih llxlug up our
hlgliwiu' lu Hiich tine condition that
all you city people will want to take
plcitMiim driven over the Hllk creek
Not tluillug enough rock on C. W.
aldwell'M ranch to kivp them run
ning, the crunher wan removed to
Win. Medley 'm whem them In r(K-k
mid to npam.
ltev. dardlner iimached bin hint
nerinou for thin mil, niHt .-iiiiumy
Ho linn favored imwlth neveral good
talkM during the minimcr hut owing
to the weather he feeln that ho had
letter Htop until nest Hummer. Wo
mgmt to bid him adieu iw we have
njoyed IiIh talkH very much.
thou a pati' of Hplrlted nteedn at
tached to n HiiliHtaiitlal and attract
ive nurry, with tlno HtraiiilngH very
aiioareut. ilmw tin lu front ot tlio
hotel. "That rig enme from the
throw nir at the bab on for eIglllH.
At thin Undo Hill beat Ilnrry. Per
Iiiuih becauw) he hud more experience
nt hitting children, having rained a
. .....i". : it... 1 W finally ol inn own.
V V.v .r "Vii r With the exception of a piano our
now homo Ih eoinpleto." nulil llettlo
to Undo Hill. "Now what make
would vou nilvlnu tin to buy." "Why
: .i.i .... .,,,! i. luiui i a neeiiuaiu, in coui-ne. inu mie n
: 7 wi , "toit "m,o ' veh ci -A : proHjdent, tlarmt A. llobart am W
for nil linen and good Iioi-hoh, too, In-
Kiinlilou Htablen," ri
Hill, iih lio looked It over, "our
Htaunch and well known llvervnmn
lioru. It In a well ordered livery.
fcj-il and mile ntliblc, commndlouH
JohiiHon of Pnelllo Tlinbor Co'h
ft.illiwm II 1 llll'll flllllll 111
vi nt ml ohm el rt 'tl. at I n It r parlom "iiecViune It In the mont
hrn.L lt (' rtii an & llangH In good 1 Ueatttirttl In conHtructlou, Hweotent In
"P-to-date lu denlgu. I
Bttllldlng w It Ii the pulilic. . pjni,,;.,! tM llmkeH ,Hi WOnld
"Why iloirt .vou Mill-priHo your who .,., ,lllt the Neoillmm. T hoy
with a ntco fruit cake, nlnce you am lutmlletl only by T. K. nidiard
going to liave coinpaiiy noxt week, I H(m th IHi,0 ,miHe ,K.nlor where
BiiyH Undo lllll, "I would," Hays Cft 1U,.. ,Hcni inHtrument
Hurry, "but can you liny a fruit Voit doHlm mid nil tlio IntcHt iiiuhIc.
cuke hero at a livery Htnblef AU i tr litiiiianlHon In a reliable and un
go on,"nnyH uneio inn, iih at uie, to-dato iiiuhIc dcalornml It will pny
.r.V.,1,.1 L r. , N ,S to imtrontio mm.
oniti'H. iiIch mul limad which w tho
"Them'H one thing mom lieforo din
Ikcattsc She stopM.'(l
to Rubber Neck.
Hut she -was not to blame,
she thought she wtis passing
Of all kinds for sale.
J. S. MEDLEY
Attorney-at-Law o o
i Otnreon Main ittMt :
CoTTAGK GROVH, ORE.
S7 pex M. at
Louis H. Sandoz,
ASS A YE 11 ami AXAZ.TST.
I'rompt and Accurnte
ASSAYEH AND M ETA I. LU ltd 1 ST
il sr office In the Suit,
nlaa l.v tnll twmiIv.i ttrointil Altenillin.
InftesM md on on Rumple! ol one to fltty
pounai to ueternune ine miwi unttuio tuciu
oili of ttemmcnt. 1-rlcta on ppllcitlon.
L. T. HARRIS
Httorney and Gounsclor-at-Law
BpecUl tlenllon nUen to th Uw ol Jllnci,
Ft rat Nutiounl Hank lUiilillng.
Colony Ot Uenvers Found.
United Htaten Engineer H. U. Per-
klnn mid Fmd Alennch, of drantH
Piihh. have hint mtunied from the
CiiHcade forvHt mnerve, where they.
with a corpn of other englneem, have
Im-oii engnged for the jiant three
montliH In Miirveylng the old military
road tit the Oregon & Central land
grant. They mport tluillug a targe
colony of beavero In the niouutaliiH
of tlio UpiH-r DcHchutoH, near the
bane of .Mount Scott. Them aro nov
oral hundred bcavern lu the colony
and they coMMtltute, moHt probably,
the only colony ot theno much-prized
furry-coated cmatumn on the coast,
Thoy have dmiuneil up tho river lu
many placen and formed largo laken,
Homo of which cover an amn of nev
oral hnndmd ucmn.
TIiIh beaver colony nliould bo pro-
tected an they occupy a territory In
clono proximity to Crater Lake Nti ,
tloiiul Vark, and niuke a valunbio
addition to thin great natural won
der. .Mr. PerkliiH HtntoH that them
Lam n fow trappet-H almady at work .
. . . ,. .1.JV. ....l.t.i., .nt.l .milium '
IIOVIlNllllllI llivi vimiii tutu iiuiMio
tho oillctalrt put a check to It thin,
one ot the very low remaining col
onU'H ot beavet-H, will glno go iih the
othoi-H have gone.
MRS. PET SANFORD'S
For Fashionable Dressmaking'.
COTTAGK GROVH. OrK.
L. G. HIGGINS,
OllAXTS l'ASS, OllEOOX.
GoW, Silver. Copiwr, I't. each It."
Ool.l mnl Silver' '
Oold, Sllier uii U-1 'jWJ
All work done cretnlly, nit .tmlght buil-
neu or nono. iimi oruen loiiciieu.
I BEST IN TOWN
We have the best lot of garments
Suits, Jac ets, Coats for Women,
Misses, Children, Men and Boys
to be found in town. If you want
the Latest Styles you do, ifyour'c
in a normal state 3011 should sec
our assortment of above lines of
goods and also our Winter Under
wear, all made in the best possible
Reliable Materials, Trim-
mings, etc., Tailored by the Best Skill.
You will miss it if you buy your Fall or
Winter Outer or Inner Garments without
first seeing these. Our New Stock of
Furs will soon be open for your Inspection.
I BAKIN & BR I STOW.
JACKETS, CLOAKS and CAPES. .
MONTE CAELO COATS,
Large Line, up-to-date
Goods also samples of
The Newest thing. We order these an- Size
or Color and have them in 24 IIOUl'S
for you. Our Prices are all right, Uniform
Profit same as our other lines. When you
get a Cloak from us you get just what 3'ou
We don't mark them up vst bL:causc ve think theJ: win
, the raised price.
Sale On Millinery.
A HurprUlnif reduction will bo
niiido on each hut sold .Saturday,
Don't forget the date and romem
tier It In for one day only.
43-2t Thh Mihhkh Nkwi.ano,
i PnDUKU V UCUCUUlKV LEADERS IN MERCHANDISING S
I GVRWfVW & Ht.tftt.itVl AY cbttagc Grove, Oregon.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Caries a full line of Staple
and Fancy goods, Granite,
Crockery, Tin and Glassware,
Vegetables, Flour, Feed, Oats.
Hay and everything the
farmer or the housewife needs. ,
Produce of all kinds taken
It will be a pleasure at all
times to show Tur goods and
you are earnestly requested to
call and examine them".
Will tieef All Competlon
In I' r teen.
GAROUTTE & METCALF,
(Suctvwora to Stlllmm .1- Guruutle)
W. S. Chrisman.
The Fashion Stables
CORNER MAIN and SECOND STREET, COTTAOK 0R0VE
Gbrisman Bans, Proprietois.
Also own and opperate the Bohemia
and Black Butte Stage Lines
First-Class Turnouts, Double or Single.
J. E. YOUNG
' Office ou Mln itret, Wet SM
Cottagh Grove, Ore.
A. H. KING
Attorney at Law,
COIWAOE GltOVE, OKE.
YOU'LL FEEL AT HOME
Where the meals aro well cooked and well nerved and the beds are good.
ITS CUBAN TIIKOUGIIOUT.
And you'll rind everything home-like without homo inconveniences.
Come and etny as long us possible.
FINE LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS
Free to our Commercial Trade. Try our Sunday Dinner. The best ever
Served in any Motel in the City.
N. D. HARDY, M'gr.
COTTAGE GROVE, - - OREGON.
I niu now iirepnred to trike or
Kail and Winter StyleH and
SiuntiU-H Just Heeelved
You aro Cordially Invited to
Call and Kxaniliio Same.
Comer 3rd and l'lntto Streets.
NOTICE VOU PU11LI0ATI0K.
Uniteil States l-anu ottice,
KoseburB, Ore., Aug. 20, 1002.
Notice is heit-bv given that Incom
pliance with the provisions ot the act ot
Congress otJuuo 3, 1878, entitled "An
Ant 7n r tlm miln of Timber Lands in the
States ot California, Oregon, Nevada, I
1 1'.,il.lnf.lnii TnrvitArV ' ft a PYtmiflptl
N0TICK KOlt l'UHUCATION.
United States Land Oillce,
ltoseburg, Oregon, Oct. 10, 1902.
Notice la hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of tho act of
Congress ot June 3, 1878, entitled "An
act for the sale of timber lam's In the
Suites of California, Oregon. Nevada,
and Washington Territory," asextonded
in all the Public Land Stati-s by act olAu-
oust 4. 1892. Annie Wilson, of Hu
ll In need of dental work cull on
nr. Mucv. now Dormivuontly located
In tho Dr. Sniinn building, Main
St., CottitKO Grove, OreRon.
rK'tIitro I Bene, County of Une, State of Oregon,
r.rn-o T.yr,!; n i.,: Has tins nay men in tins oince niBuwoni
AUgllSl t, IOC-1 llllMlt. l , ol
Cottage Urove, county ot i.ano, isiaio oi
Oregon has tills day tiled in thisofTice his
sworn etatement No. 3330, for tho pur
chaso of the IM No. 11, N l SW ,
SW U SW U, of Section No. 2,
Township 22 South, ot Kange 2 West
and will oiler proof to show that the
land sought is more vaiuauio lor lis
timber or stono than for agricultural
purposes, and to estublish his claim to
said '.ana before the Mario L. Ware, U.
8. Commissioner at Kugene, Oregon, on
Monday the 17th day of November, 1002.
He names as witnesses ;
D. II. Brumbaugh, James Lebow,
Thomas Kuwllngs, William AVestcarson,
ot Cottage Grove, Ore.
Anv and all noi Bona claiming ad
versely tho aliovo-desorlbed lands are
teoucsted to file their claims in this
office on or beforo said 17th day of Nov.,
J.T. BhIdqks, Register,
statement No. 3033, for the purchase of
theWHKK l- & Ks SW1--1 oi oection
Nn. 12 Tmvnslih) 23. South, of Range 3
West and will otter proof to show that the
land seught is more valuable tor its
timber or stone than for agricultural
purposes, and to establish his claim be
fore arie I. Ware, U. . Commissioner,
at Kugene, Lano Co. Ore , on Wednes
day tho 7th day of January, 1003.
lie names as witnesses:
James N. Handle, of Fairinoitnt Ore
gon, Austin Root.oi springtleld, Oregon,
James Iloll'man, ol Kugene, Oregon,
Henry M. Wilson, of Kugene, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adverse
ly the above-described lands aro re
quested to Hie their claims In this office
on or ueiore said vui nay oi ian., iiw,
J. T, Uhidqks, Register.
Buy your gross
need of Kakln &
H. C. MADSEN,
tsp4lrlnK X reasonable chargei.
All work tnaranteeil flrit-cli.
Watchea, CIocVi and Jewelrjr at Lowest Prices
COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
J. 0. JOHNSON anil F. .0 EBY
Attorneys and Gouiselors-at-ato
Special attention given to Mining, Corporation
ana Mercantile Mir,
Olnce over aarnian ti Uementrajr'sslore.
COTTAGE GROVE. ORE.
BARKER & PERMAN
PKALKKO IH FINE
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
Main street. Cotl Oriv.