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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1902)
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Itdltor and Proprietor.
Hulercdat the ptofflie t cottage urove,
MlicrIUlni(irlM. ' ""
AdVertl-log lUWHM'" known Mn
S4ilfrrdfort..ln I made for
I'KIDAY, NOVKNBKK 14, 19-
Ulec trie Dynamo.
HwtMomlny I.oK& IMi.glmiu iv
crfvwl a lirtm new nlxty Mlit el
trjf tlvimino nml Imvlntf it 1
Slfrtlwl nart- tlio .nglno tor nxont
limit- now miiw mill tnir cltkv wliK-li
-Urimvrmini.ijs t it full i;lt.v.
-Iokh from UhIorCmK on tlio O.
"&S. K. nlHiut four nillw from tlie
city wberi' tl"- 1",VI t,,";,r M0W
lionk'iW eminent work. burl'";
nwrvolr tin Ik-cii lwrtlnlly
by tlie recent bouv.v ruin ml the
log nro Iwliie rll1 ll,to lt'rom cur
on the o. &. S. K.
Stcainbo.it Placer Mines
Oy lllnnlmm wiw In tlio city the
Hint, of tin- wii'U lmvItiKjiiHt nmtniotl
from tlio lilneur mliiliiK district on
Steamboat cret-k xome ilMnmi
HOtttlifnrtt of the llolimnta District,
whCro lie linn Just completed hhm-hh-UtcHt
work on live plneiw location,
which ure owiie.l by Albany people.
Thy Imve hIko completed n trull
tlilrtt-cn nilk In length from tlie
month of City creek to tlie new ulncor
mine elRht mil from N"rth
Uiupipm. thence to tlie rmpqim
river comlni? out nt tlielihr fulls on
Work Iiiim lieen miKiH'iided for tlie
M.'iionbut.Ir. ltliiKlmm xMVtH to
return in the prlnR nnd thoroughly
lirolect thin placer mlnfiiK dUtrlet
which unlctM nil Indications fall, will
develop Into quite nnlmportnntmln
lnjr dintrlct within the next few your.
Friday nlKht the Konvtur lurid a
i.,....iiu. mill mnoker extcndlni? the
Kind liiind to many giientu In their
timtiloii8 hall. Thevlnmlrt were the
tjilile that could In- fur-
f-?.,- . . . . ,
nlsbeil from tlewli. towi or nu nun
' iiiej.riiiim .,"r",-
rotmrtml iih hnmrtni: hljrb wiu
-if..tl i nw mill devoured. Tho liilllld
vymsInsiiIrbiK while the mnoketliut
'. frntrant but an thick an an ocean
i- i V q'nblett were wpread Hiitllclent to
S?' -'riccommodateat least one hundred
.1 , ,yi . . i.n i... .it,!
svs,, anil liny aim .- umiui"
-' notKroan under the weight of Rood
r - thlnp" It I unfe to wiy that a Brent
inaiiy of the partlclpantx groaneil
' Jft the table wcro.unliunleneil.
,' .'Ah a llnale. niH-eeheH were made,
sOuh uiiB and faille with and with
out morals delivered off hand and
with a rext. Home fit for Sunday
school and Home not. -
Kmieelal mention In linpoHHlble,
but HUlllce It to wiy that Dr. Wall,
who presided over the tallies, win
the "it" of the occasion. Other iht
Bontifrom afar off even the Uay State
: f Massachusetts was repreMjnteilDy
' Lloyd and Simons, who said a few
, things that were pertiuent and n
' preclated. The Irrepressible JIurry
lirelmut as presiding elder ably sec
onded by Tom Jenkins, liert I-awson
mid iv host of others kept the ball
rolling until the late hours of the.
The Foresters know how to do
things either on the half or whole
shell and you will feel very much like
you had liecu there even a week af
terwards. Uohemia. Ore., Nov. U, VJOi.
Biiitok Nuooirr: Some weeks ago
you published a report of the dance
given nt this place some weeks ago,
written by noine one sailing mider
the non du plume, "Honyalvo." The
article was, to bo sure, very prettily,
worded for one of us "fellers" who
devote the best part of our lives to
hammering drills and burning pow
der; and had he not overlooked (?)
eoiuo of the Important features of
the affair, the fact that he devoted
the major part of the article to the
In ml at Ion of a few of the (lancers
Who seemed to have exercised a
livpnotic Influence over him; could
have tH-en passed up wlthgoodgrnco.
.As It is. a uumlier of those who were
pivsent, who enjoyed the dance, the
Slipper, and who, by the way, paid
their portion In their humble way,
. fecMllspgsed ro remark that projier
credit should lie given Miss Esther
, Anderson and Mm. J. C. Woods, who
inanngcd the splendid affair and fur
tilslied a supper never before-equalled
)n Ihls part of Lane county. They
certainly deserve this recognition
.fully as well as tho thanks of all
' j5rent for the splendid entertain
ment, and In so doing It will not de
trftct from tho honors' which have al
ready leen piled upon tho maulpu
LnnI..i tho "dln.v whirl," who, In
the eye of your correspondent, '"de-
servo rst mention.
Ju conclusion, permit me to say
r..nrMins It that Mr. T. M,
Medley has again returned to tlio
lllllS, WO Will proimuu
through Oie winter.
Yours without much trouble,
Special school election on next
Wednesday to vote H njioclal tnx.
Dadly Injured At Divide. .
While hanging onto tho side ofn
boxinr, sliiKiiHllIng to the engineer,
Wlltilrllllth, a young S. r. freight
liratJeniau, met with a vere ncct-
denf!at Divide, a sninjl stntKHvUvo
mill southwest of this sJtyuntho
tlnt'I lietwrt-n iJine uttft DohkIbk
coniUles, lnit Tlturwlity aftoruooii.
He 'collided with n t,olegrnpli lMile
standing too mr the trck with
the result that he whs knocked from
his position Ui the ground below In
such a niuiuior that his right arm
was thrmvn the crs, tho
whte pawning over If iH-tweeu tlw
shoulder and oJIhiw, cnishlng It
VmilW; lie was tiiKi-n to Uoseburg
Am tlw e-ilnK local, on which Dr.
Holiek. the.S. P. t'o's surgeon, hap
pened to Ihi a imssinigi'r Just return
ing from a business trip to rortinnn.
Dr. Houck at our took charge of
the Injured hmn. .Mr, Orlllltlils un
nmfrled, but has a mother,, sister
and brother lit Portland. He 1ms
lieon a bruVommi but iv short time.
having formerly been a flrenmn. Dr.
Ilouekhns Iiojk's that the arm enn
If iuiwI, Mr. Orltllth Was tnkeii t
the hospjiiiT nt J'ttlHild.
, Robbed The Till.
'fe"lV morning at tjio usual
hoTfhlHpV Haker. night clerk nt tho
lniorliil hotel, went to the depot to
meet the overland, but neglected to
loek theliotwldoor as washlscustom,
lenvliig It unlocked for the lieuetttof
a guest,' Atty. Harris of Eugi'iie. who
wished to make the train.
Upon his return Jack found that
someone had tapi.cd tin till during
his absence and taken the contents,
something over ?7 and a -42-Stl Win
chester ritle that stood behind the
It. Onlv the night lK-foa the Haul
would have lieen a good one.
There seems tols- uoclueas to who
Is the guilty party, but no effort
will Iks sjinred to apprehend the
Not An Editor.
The News of Pine Dluff, Cab, gives
ail account of an absent minded man
wliii Inft a small hand-satchel at the
hotol Mavwood In tlint city one day
1 . ... .1. U-1.1..1. ...intiiinnl nwirlv
last week, which contained uenrij
.....,.. 1. -,wlii..L- imlr tlint there, JlOOlIl-lveny uuiiiiicr 1.11. are uiiikiiik
counter. It w as link onlj tnat linn kUll.,ukN, umlH.r.
vabnt$7 In tlie cash drawer as j 1 '
.i,. iwimllv ntilte a sum left 4n ! Casjier Ua and wlfcleft 1 hursdny
therenusuall. ipilti a sum icirnii st Hi,im, c.,ii. ... ,eri.
$5,000 lu currency. l course theie3tton8vt, interests there. He will
man was wired, and returned the!
noxt day n surprMng ns It may
seem. An Investigation Is lielng
made to ascertain If the absent
minded man wan an editor.
A series of revival meetings Ismail
at the Christian church last evening,
conducted by the pastor ltev. Ulll
lugton assisted by 'lev. Eshelman, of
Tacouia. Itegular preaching ser
vices Sunday morning and evening
nnd other services as usual, You
are very cordially Invited to attend.
Reduction Sale Of Millinery.
Beginning Saturday, Nov. 15th
and continuing one weel, there will
Is; a grand reduction sale on all hats
lu my store. The price will Iks cut
down to actunl cost and there will
lie some rare bargains lathe latest
styles. Maiiy lUm-ni.
Sale On Millinery.
A. surprising reduction will lie
mode on each hat sold Saturday,
Don't forget the date nnd remem
Iicrltlsforone day only.
4:t-2t Tim Misses Nkwlash.
IJEAUTIFUL CLEAK SKINS.
Herbineexerix a direct influence on
the bowels, liver and kidneys, purifying
and utrengthenlni; these organs, nnd
maintaining them in a normal condi
tion of health; thus removing a com
mon cause of yelloyv, motliy, greasv
skin, and mora -or less of pimples,
blotches and blackheads. 50c at New
Era Drug Store.
To Trade. .
Ahlgligmdo L. C. Smith or Colts
double barrel, hnmmcrlcs shotgun.
either 10 or liguage.foryoungstock.
Enquire at the Nugget ofllce.
KOlt A HAD COLD.
If vou have a bail oold you neeJ a
mod reliable medicine like Chamber
Iain's Cough Itemed y to loosen and re-
neve 11, aim iu uuay nig irruuii 11 umu
inflammation of tho throat and lungs.
For sale by Lyons A Applogale, Drain,
llenson Driig'Co., Cottage Grove.
J1EST LINIMENT ON EAHTH.
I. M. Mclfnny, Greenville.Tox., writes
Nov. 2d, 1000: "I had rheumatism last
winter. whsiIOh n In bed six weeks ; tried
evarythlng, but got no relief, till a
friend gave me 11 part of a bottle ol Dul
lard's Snow Liniment. I used it, and
got two more bottles. It cured me and
I haven't folt any rheumatism since. I
can recommend Snow Liniment to bo
die beat liniment 011 earth for rheuma
tism." For rheumatic, sciatic or non
rolgio pains, rub in lialliird'sSnow Linl
ment,.you wlii not sutler long, hut will
be gratified with a speedy ami effective
cure, 25c, 50c and f 1 at New Era Drug
ADMIN ISTKATOH'S NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given, That the
undersigned lias been this 4th day of
October, JIW2, by order of tho County
Court of and for Lane County, Ore
gon, duly appointed administrator
of tho estate of A. V. Hancock do
ceiuied, all persons having claims
iignlnst the estate of said deceased,
are hereby notified to present tho
sumo with proper vouchers, to tho
undersigned, at the olllce of F. O.
Eby, Consellor nt Law, at Cottage
Orove, Oregon, wlthlu six months
from tho date of this notice.
Dated Octotier 1002. II. K. Law-
son, Administrator; F. li. Eby, At
torney for AoiumiHiraior.
o Bmincss ilrleU. w ;
Drugs at ltenson Drug Vh store.
A tl'lie line of docks Just from the
est at H. Madsen s.
For drugs and patent medicine
nv llelison DrngtHi.
Mrs. Henderer wns over from font
JohnSherwood returned home trout
the north Wednesday-
A fresh and complete Hue of groc
eries n OKlllllHIII llllU
Oil at at H. 0. Mudsnrs newatow
ami v tlu tine Hue of ladles' una
Vimt's Wat rill's 4S-lt
Mrs. Skinner left yesterday tnurn
lug on the overland for her lioiuo at
I.os AiigiMes, inni.
Fur nnre druirs and enrctnlLv com
nounded liroscrlntlous call nt the
llenson DrtiR Co's store.
l."nr wntplira. clock lllltl JoWl'lr.V
will on Davidson for good goods.
You will find prices right.
For groivrles go totho nowgrocirv
of SklllniHii & Uenson'Mut riement's
old stand west of the bridge.
Davidson will repair your watches,
clocks and Jewelry nt the lowest
prices. All wurk warranted.
We wish to call your attention ton
Very tine line of yarns Just oiencd.
Kakin & DmsTOw.
Si'ho'ol tnblets. lead nenclt. liens,
bik. imiH'r or anything else In this
line at the llenson Drug Co's store
C. C. ('off man, one of Eugene's wide
awake real estate agents was trans
acting business In the city Wodnes.
Two good wagons and two good
team together with harness to
trade on house and lot.
J. T. Dbspais.
Hewnre of air dried
flooring, wiling and
they will attend the Medical
slonary School at that place.
If In need of dental work call on
Dr. Macv, now iK-rmanently located
In the Dr. Snapp building, Main
St., Cottage drove, Oregon.
ltev. John Dawson, of Hoseburg,
will hold the regular Episcopal ser
vices in the Masonic hall onTuesday,
Nov. 18th at 7:3) p. m. All are In
vited to attend.
James Porter came ncross the
mountains via the military route ar-
! riving here tlie first (if the week from
i S lvcr Ijike, Ore., where he has been
j , , t, ,e minimerl ooklng after his
spend the winter here.
1 yon SALE Mining property for sale
cheap. Two claims on Clinmploii
creek near terminus of railroad In
Ilohemla District nnd 2500 shnreH of
LeKoy mining stock. Addres M. L.
York. Eugene, Ore. 44-4
The Euworth league held an In-
terewtinir meetliur nt the parsonage
on theUth Inst, nt which Hurry Hart
wan elected president anil Mr. ami
Mrs. I'urvance. .Mrs. Arnold. Mrs.
Orpurd nnd Mr. Lincoln were elected
ae active memiiers 01 tne league.
Miss Jfnrgarlte Fischer, lietter
known as IIhIkj Fischer, and her
own company will lie In Cottage
drove six nlirlits. coineiiclng Monday
Nov. 17th In a repretolre of late nnd
standard plays. Twenty artists,
imlffirniml bnml mid orchestra. I'ontl
lur prices 25c. :Cc,fi()c. Miss Fischer
needs no Introduction to the the
ater young triple of Cottage Grove
having played here last season to
the satisfaction of nil and her com
pany Is much stronger nnd lietter
than last season. Seats 011 sale nt
(ioodnian.H cigar store.
Blue print maps ol any township
in Rosebure, Oregon Laud Utstrict
showing all vacant lands for socts
each. If you want any information
from theU. S. Land Office, address
Title Guarantee & Loan Co,
All the little things you need to
make your writing desk look liter
arv you will hud here, and a nice
Benson Drijc Co
When you buy Coffee
Spices, Canned Goods
Fruits, Rice, -or any
, other of the many
things to eat, in the
Of course 3-011 want
them Clean and Frcsli
AT OUR STOREr
Everything Iteli"",, Clean
SKILLMAN & BENSON,
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
We are now locatl'd lu
New iiuarters, oiiposlte
I'ostolllce, and resjiectfully
Solicit the patronage of all
Who desire first-class work.
A LARGE NEW
PORCELAIN BATH TUB.
UIVK US A CAM..
RUDUCUD RATUS TO PORTLAND
You Arc Invited to Vllt Portlond lr.
rlRBtlon Week, Nov, 18 to 22.
I'he Oregon Irrlgutloii Association
and the Oregon State lint- Associa
tion meet In Portland. Tuesday nml
Wednesday, XovemlK'r IS and ll. 1U-
(luivd rates on all llallroads.
Shwlal Kntortalnuient for nil visit
ors i rvo theatre tickets; a nan or
coneirt! a steamboat ride on the
Willamette and Columbia rivers: an
obM'rvatlon car ride over the street
mllways; a visit to the Portland
Crematorium, to the 1,W0.W0 Cus
tout House, to the Public I.lbrnry
tivthofrimi.oooeity Hall, lie wheat
ships lu the Imrbor. to thu rooms of
the Oregon Historical Society una
other iduccM of Interest .
,n luspii'tlon of the Armory and
&un Drill by Duttor.v A Is to Imj one
of the features of entertainment of
visitors. A cordial Invitation Is ex
tended to all to visit Portland In Ir
ttOSSAUT M I'leasant Hill on Sun
day last, at thu home of licriluugh-ti-r.Mrs.
Win. Miller. Mrs. Caroline
(lossart, wife of FreiMIossnrt.iigvdJ
DILLAltD At his farm homo about
two mllcH north of ottago (!nr-e
on Saturday, Nov. S, lOOi, itoliert
niiiarti, aged i years.
Imeral services were held at the
I'resbyterlan church In this city Sun
dny morning conducted by ltev. I
D. Heel nt the conclusion of whlcl
the remains were taken to the
Shields cemetery for Interment fol
lowed by a large concourse of relu
tlves and friends.
STEVENSON At his home lu this
c tv on Siiudav evening. Nov.
1002, Mr. Calvin Stevenson, aged 10
The funeral services were held
Monday at the home, under the
auspice of the Odd 1'ellow's Lodge
of this place after which the remains
were Interred lu the Odd Fellow V
cemetery west of town. Deceased
wnsfiO years of age. havlnglson horn
on .Innuiiry 2, KH, lu the State of
Illinois. He crossed the plains lu
lSKt. and settled In Ijine county. He
early learned the saddlery trade, and
worked nt It for many years after
settling here. He was one of that
brave band of early pioneers win
helcd to wrest this section from the
Indians. Mr. Stevenson was man led
at Saginaw, In this county. In IS'
nnd has lived lu Cottage drove for
over :!0 years. For the past 2.1 years
he bus Ihimi n Jeweler and optician In
this town. He bus for 2.1 years liven
the secretnry and treasurer of the
Odd Fellows Lodge, and was widely
known nnd greatly resicetc(l for his
honorable life anil noble character.
He leaves a widow, a sou ami two
daughters to mourn his death.
MA Mil El).
MAKT1N VEATCH At the Home of
theirroom s brother T. O. Martin,
utCreswell. Ore., Mr. John H. Mnr-
tln and Miss Dora veateh, on Sun
duv evenlnir. Xoveinlier 1). 1002,
Hev. Heck of Cottnge CIrove olllcl-
Doth the bride and groom arc
well and favorably known here
whore they have ninny friends and
relatives who wish them a most Joy
ous nnd prosK.rous voyage through
life. They will reside at Creswell
where the groom has a neat ilttli
home In the outskirts of the village.
.MATHEWS - SOUTH WOKTH At
the home of A. Mathews, Eugene,
Ore.. Nov. 10, 1002, Mr.. K. W.Mnth
ltev. M. F. Horn of the Liigeue
Divinity School, ollk-latlng.
The bride Is the daughter of Mrs
Condon of this city and Is well and
favorably known having resided in
this city many years and bus many
friends who wish the couple a long
and happy life.
THE BEST HEMEDV FOR CHOUF
From the Atchiuon, Kun., Dally Globe
ThU Utlie seaton when tho woman
who knows the beet remedies for croup
la in demand in every neighborhood
One of the moat terrible tilings in the
world Is to bo awakened iu tho middle
of the night by a whoop from one of the
clillilren. llie croup remedies are in
most an Hire to bo lost. In case of croup,
as a revolver Is sure to lie loot in cubo nt
burglars. There lined to he an old.
fashioned remedy for croup, known un
hive syrup and tblu, hut some modern
inotliern miy that Cliiinilierlnlii's Cough
Itemedy in lietter, and docs not cost so
much. It causes the patient to -'throw
up the phlegm', quicker, and gives re
lief In u shorter time. Give this remedy
as noon an the croupy cough appears
aud it will prevent the attack . It never
fails mid in. pleatiautaud rafe to tako.
For sale by Lyons AApplegate, Dralu.
ISennoli Drug Co.. Cottago Grove.
Vliy was Lot's wife turn
cd into a pillar of salt?
Because She stopped
to Rubber Neck.
But she was not to blame,
she thought she was passing
Of all kinds for sale.
We have on hano a large atock of
kiln-dried iloorlng, celling and rustic In
grade I i and 3. lefu make yo
t peclal prices.
Hootu-Kei vt Lumbku Co.
L e a t h e r.
..... . J. U!
A Place Where
Everything is Right
Most Exquisite Ribbons, New
New Laces and Trimmings.
Immense Neckwear Offering.
Our stock of Dress Goods has never been more
Complete than Jit the Present Time.
Mon't Tail To Sen The Wonderful Assort meiit of
NEW FALL WAISTS.
vSSS-vs-i -.iiv y - oSVVS.VSVV - . -
NOTICH TOIt l-UllUHATIllN.
I'nltwl Blal.i liii't omen.
Iloubiirg, Oregon, iwt.
Kotle. liboreby given that lncoini.m-jJ'''
v M i I'ulloolt, of Kugene, I'uunir
I li ! onitu ii' VJ""vr""i Herilon No
L".S,ml'.,ltwVci. iivl 10 UMI.l HI-
eralin to all lwt belore Marie i I., naro,
v."".'.n ::?,.. !.. .i I'liiron... Orminn. on
Ha'tufday llie Utli day of Jan. M I
Jiim'w cubit, neorgo W. Hunter, of Kngeiu-,
AuiYlnriwt.ofHi.rlnglleld.Ore. . .
Any ! an all l-ernonr cYalmlng adycrw ly
tbo a1ve-di'.crlld landa are retnicited Jo file
. ll.n.lli,. ,,r FalrlllOlini. 'TB,, i
."!' i , Sii
f. iiiim iiini'n mi or UVIOIV wi ,, I
oarvl January, ..M UeKUler.
NOTICK VOK riJIII,iC!ATitf) . ,
United !! Land Oil ,
lloieburg, Ore, . In, WW!,
Notice i hereby given that n coiniillanio
iihTi.',.toli0fi. of the net of Coni.m .of
j,,,,. it 1K7M' entitled "An act for Iho aaie ol
KevadH and Wanningion leirawj, " ."i
ended toall in. l-uoim Jff""..f'""i"
a u giut i..w' ; hi tiii.
.V"'i Id fi ih? 'Sill?eaiU 0.VdW.'(nJit No
atrt. for the uurchaie of tho Cot 14, jo.xi pi
"ought la more ialuable-for It. III. ber r "ono
than for agricultural imrKie., and t ejlub
llih lil. claim to aJ land beforo '' ''
Ware u. n. i;omuiii""oi
iron, on Monday. theth day of April. IWI.
!!'!!?" "V'iS'T', .l,n l. Palmer.
. ii. Hariio. i. "-'"I:".;" inrn nr.
YOUUg. Ol WHi) ,u.. . .
K0Any.nd ltirr.mi claiming .dyer.ely the
above-deacrlbed lend. ro wiueneu ...
their" lalm. In thl. ofllce on or before all Oth
day of April, WW.
I I IIIIIIUUi ItCtllldl
Plliu rtjnmoiii . t.i""--- " Br
block for gulo.1 drome Kpox A Co.
The Cheap Store.
THESE ARE PRICES
Moil's II4.S, i-egtilr $JJ.00t)iics at $l.fi(T
Men's UiitkrcgiimV 1. HO ones at 70
lioys' find Girls' tints, only... Hf
Men's High Uiilflier Hoots only H.7B
"Men's Pants, worth $1.00 ! 2.50
Men's Pants, worth a.OO 2.00
Men's Pants, worth 2.00.':. LIT)'
Suspentlers, reguhtr Jlfie kind "... .20
Men's Wool Socks 20
Men's Underwear, regular "00 grade HO
Ladies' Combination Suits,.-. HO
Ladies' Hose, Pair, ! 0(5
Ladies' Skirts worth $1.fl0 only 1.00
Purs worth $H.S0t this week 2.00
Purs worth 7.00, this week 5.50
Purs worth fi.iK), this week -l-.fiO
Men Heavy Working Shirts -10
Ladies' Pino Wool Underwear only DO
Men's DresiS Shirts worth $1.25 85
t'omc anil Sec For Voursclvcs.
3 Doors East of Postoiricc.
GO. TO LURCH'S
' - -
r 1 1 Pi
Jas, Wi mirs
MISSES and CHILDREN
Hemenway & Burkholder. I
NOTICH FOIt I'lIIIMPATIltJf.
tinftwi Hum uiui omen.
Ibmebtirc Orexun. Uel.'M, IWi,
1 Nut ! n imrciir Kiv.ii iii.i jii iwniFii.iiw
! - - 1 . . ..... ...... 1.1....-... , I. a ui. ..I f 'mi vrii.li .,1
Willi the pr(ivllnm of Hi. c( ill Ciingm lit
JImtlheUniJaougbt.Uuiiire valuable for U
llfhbcr or l(iii6 Ibafi for alFiTOUnrnl puftin.
. and to enlabllib hln rlalm to laid laud bofore
ni.pii, i. una IT H. fTniniiiUnliiner at Kuuene
Oregon, on Hatuntay, the I7lh day ol January,
I Henameaaa wltnnM.:
Young, of KnrlnglUild, Oio.. William lllliitriip,
.VkoiwiiV, Ore., Henry ll.tte.oit, ..Mrylng,
Allrng. MalleMill, in irviiiK, lira., iiwii.;ii.
United Htaten Und prflce,
ItiaMbiinr.'UM.. OcinLerM. llHri.
Notice la hereby-given that In romplliince
wHhih,r t r,.l.l,m.nf the, -it of lUin.r
I jJ m a, ' m. n itied , m
A l f Tfeat&I.n,l. 11. Iho Hl.lea til
fnrnlnl.vlrMf.iti. Nevada, aim Waihlnirtnn Tnr.
rlinry," air etrtded (o all the roblle land
Marie f. Ware, I'. H. Comhil.aloneral Kugene,
Oregon, on Thurnlay the 1Mb day of January,
Ho name. a. wltncci:
J. K. Young, K. 11. Phillip., KIM. Itoblluon,
Jon ralmcr.ofC'ottageU nve. IjineCo., Ore.
Any and all perwiu. claiming adver.ely the
alxive dcwrlbed lahd. are rcnuiited lo Ale
their claim, lu thl. office on ni'wefoie ..Id 16th
d.y ol January, IV03.
J. T llaiixir.. Hegl.ler.
I. .fill ii.'i i.. . . I -iiu mvi iiji IIIOII.Anl
ilinlMrlnIi In llie hihiw 01 i.miiorius, uro- run bar uiiiii. in 1110 himcioi rmifuriiU. Ore.
1 K.111, NeTileml lVtlilnirton1ertllor)r,"ine; , uii, Novmlii, nnj Waihliigtoii Turrltnrr."
leiiiinl lo all Hi. imlille Uml !.! by rt ol .tiiiii1el lo .11 lliol'ubllo Uml Klnie. by ct of
Aiign.utli IWi, George W Hri-wIliiK. of Klr- Angiiit, I. ISM, Alaiaml.r I'. HetUrwifrlli,Jr
uioniitgo.oflwiii.,iilaleofilre.btlil;laynieil iifllarflabiirg.l'o ol Mini, Htalr of Oro, bai hi.
In (lilinftlitt liuV jirn tfaleiiieiit No. SHl.lfor Iho i il.y nl,.,l In till, olllce Id. worn tlatoineiit No
. pnfihiiHiiollhiiNtiNUol ec. No 31, IpW B .Dilii for III. purclmi,. olino K U of KK'iAK U
..',rSl.?te!S1,,:41 ".Any and all Wriona claiming adver.ly th-
, ' J-T, lli'ir., llegliler, T. IHtiuuB Kcglelor.
t " 'Nt)TJIK Vlill rUIICICATlON. I
KtlltUH bV ACI UI AUKUH 1. IBVi, lrr11K J). I
, Oregon 'h.. -1111. 7tV Blorl In I hi, "ImK'll 'X-c,Um rVrT'V.V'', lhi "M
wo"inlat.imo"t No. 3772, for ll.e i.iircha.eof a?1' will .TmJt J. Jl! J5 ."K
the HK i of Metlort No. VI, Tovn.li.Homh. nnihtii imin fflb i ' r.Vi fJi"!'. "l"
'ofllange ?Wet and w ofTur proof lo h iw f.'J 'iJ1,W"? ','?.' tl'ol'eroriitone
i that the land .ought I. more valuable for Itn fi.M'.Mr. to etab.
limber or .tone than foragrlonltiiral purpo.e, 1 ih "oSmimlin.. 11 u''u Mrl'- Ware,
i ittw lit f'Aiti,,. tirAtm tri ,.r i.--i " iiiifliinriiwi ill inil on CO lila iwnri. -,r."
. anu in e.iauiiNii ni. riaim in .am lanti ijeinre
NQTIOK KOK I'UIIUOATION.
United fiUln lnil fim,.
lluMburg, Ore, Out. S9, IttB.
Nntli',1 ll liArnliV lv.n lliul In mMnii....
with Iho iirovliiuni ul Ih. net ol Coiigrea of
jilHoulIi. ill Itango No. SWe.t, am) will utter
,r,, tutbow that the land nought li mure val-
uabloforltallinlier or alono than for Hurlcul-
tur.l tuirtx,,,,'. .ml it, Miui.ii.i. i.i. ,?i ..
Mild liiuil Ixforo Marie I,. Ware, If H. CiiiiimU.
nlonerat Kugene, lno Co., Oroiron. on H.n,r.
ilaylhe IlllnWy of Jan., 1K.
V,,.,iT. ii,T,T.ViX,;ir;.,l..i.i n.
, Auyllii llool, of flliliiKlkl(l, Ori'gon, Janicil N.
"n;ll. "f " ' '"J Of... Jaine. Vi Houck,
of Cut ago 0 rove, Or.,0. . Hunter, of JSii!
NOTICH KOlt I'UIIUOATION,
Ulillod Buitua Ijiud Ofllce,
Itonoburg, Ore., Oct. ill), luua.
win, Ih. ,.r..(.l,..,.".. l'"nCH!
Jiinea. H cntllle.l .An act r ' xuSZll Vt
tlmlr land. In tho Htate.ol t'alffo,,iB, ire.
gon, Nevada, and Wa.hlngton Territory " a.
ejlendedto all the I'ublio l, Bt"tei
of Augii.t 4, mi, Herbert llordon.o ("ntuJo
(Imve. Cminty of Ijiiio. Hialo of 6,emm
TuMday, IheiWIh day, of Jiuiuary', itm.
lie name, hi wltneawa: ".
William T. (lorilou, of Kugene, Lane Co Or.
Herman T How. Jowpi, Willi, ot VotUn
Own?"0" W,'",'u' '
Any and all peraon. i-liilmliiir adver.eU ih.
abo.oitc.crlbcd land, are re7jue,led tif fllJ
J. t. liBiimr", Iteg iter,