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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1903)
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S NKAT JOB PRINTINll, 2
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M 'lllr Ali HITIslNll Kll M. 5
CONOR liSSAIAN TONUU iT 1)1 liS AT WAS! I INfiTON. j
Passed Away at His Pont of Duty in Washington
D. C., on Sunday Morning, January 11.
THIS KSl) V AN
His Remains on the Way to His Oregon Home,
Hillsboro, Under Escort Comment of the
Press and Public.
Ort'uniilitii News Itilienu, WiihIiIiiK'
ton, .Inn. II. Iti'i'ivfiiUtlvi'TlioiimM
II, Toiikiii'. ot llic l lrirt l-'oiiKn-H-hIoiiiiI
District, In tin prcsi'iicn of IiIh
dmixlitur llcrthu mid IiIh secretary.
Miss Uuuiie. dli-d suddenly In IiIh
room lit tin IrvliiKtnn. In this city,
at l'i:M I''1" afternoon. A low
Minutes tM'foiv he paused away he
lnp-d hitu uuciiiiscIoiihiickh, und died
without 11 word, without any MUfK-r-Itifc.
Ill moii, TlioniiiH II.. .Ir did
not reside with hit father, lint was
notllliil ol his approaching end, mid
hiiHli'iii'd to IiIm father's licilsldc. hut
did not reach there until after In hud
The physicians who were sum
11101111I, and thu family physician, Dr.
Hurt, on well as the coroner, nicnv
(hut dun th wiih duo to acute IndlKi'"
t ton. which siiierlnilurcil paralysis
of tho heart. Mr. Tomjun hud Isi-n
In iimiHiml health, and circpt for ne
ciihIoiiiiI iittackH of dyMHMli. lo
...i,i.,i, liuu Imn'ii Hiilileel nf lali'
yeurH.hiiHiiot complained off.y..,
Imilly thin winter, lie ciiiimmi.t,-..
IIIHI lie WIIH Ml IM'llIT IH-lllni
had Ihvii In for two yearn pat, lu
fut. Mr. Toiikiio attendiil a dinner
Ian nlKht. and did not retire until a
littr hour. When he nlept late tlil
iiioruhiK, contrary tociiMlnni, untie
lllK WIIH tllOURllt of It.
At 10 o'ejock ho received a ciH 'r
two OrcKOii frlendH, II. II. dllfry and
Orvlllo KoiIki'. with whom he di
oiiMHed ut leinflh iiiatterH of ihthu i il
and political character. I)nrln t t
Mtay of lln-MM Ki'iitlcmca he reiual.n-1
lu ImiI. but aroHO unit druHwd an l,ic,.
left, and had n IIkIiC bn-akfatl In hi'
mom. lie wild at tlm time that Ih
npiH'tlte wiih not Kood. and com
lilalneil Hlluhtly of dyHiH'pHlu. At h h
niiucHthlMiliiuslitiT. Ilcrtlm, brouichi
him a Hilda hoIiiUoii, which he drank,
mid remarked that ho thoiiKht that
nouldllx him nil rlK'ht. She. h.iw
OTer, wan miinowhut concerned, iih he
looked unuHunlly pule, and linked If
he did not want the din-tor. lie re
plied that he did not; Unit he wind I .
mooii Ihi at IiIh iiormulcoiiilltloa. lie
went throiiKh IiIh nioralui; mall, and
then lay down on the couch to rend
the paHrH. IIIh duiiKhter Joked
with him HllKhtly about IiIh being
nick and too Htiibboni to have a iIim-.
tor. but he liiNlHted that he wan not
III. A few inlaiiteH Inter MIhh llcrtliu
I.,, i lii.t l,,l.r ivi.m bntullLko inner man uer ivpn-euieu ure-
lug heavily uu.l .Uvply. She liecnn.e
nlnrnuHlaud telephoned at once f,.r
n m..nlH.r of phyHlclai.H, fearing thel
wornt. HhoiilHo wilt word to her
Itefori' either the doctor or bin 1
arrived, however, IteprcMoututlve 1
Tongue hud punned u wuy. huvlugl
lM-conm iiucoiiHcloiiH at the time
heavy breathing net lu. lu IiIh lute
iiiomeiita of coiihcIoohiichm he Hiiffered
nothing iH'yond the natural dU
turhatice caiiHed by an attack of dyn.
pepnla. lie had no coumcIoiihiichh ot
bin true condition an he lapned Into
ItiHeuHlhlllt.v. IIIh end wiih quiet ami
Ah her father breathed IiIh IiihI,
MIhh llertha und MIhh Itiiaue, pructb,
vcally nn udopted daughter, com-1
pletely collupHed, nml were attended
by the phyHlcluiiH who arrived
aliniiHt luuuedlately. Thin evening
they had rallied, and with the con
volution pf 'I'Iioiuuh II. Toligue, Jr.,
mv iH'arlng their liercaveiaent iih
Ih'hI they can. No other member of
the filially Ih In WiiHlilngtou, Mm.
Tongue being at her illllHboro home,
anil the daughtei-H elHewheiv lu Ore-
Just opened in the j
Walker Unildini? near j
Depot on South Side S3
oi iMaui vsircci. vkc
will supply you with j
Meals or. Short Orders j
at any time. We buy
only the freshest and
. ., .. e
rga nest tnc maritci. ai
res fords and prepare in
iinv stv c vou iicstre.
MILLER & ClOWDY,
Ut Dour Wi'.tal DoikjI ai
Boulh Bide of Mttu Street. 55J
Devoted lo t
Kou, Minx llcrllm I IiIh iifti'riioou
Hlllll lllllt IllT KI'I'lllMt I'OIIHOtlltlllll
wiit that her father Imd passed
away as hi wished. Some iiioiiIIih
ll?0, III HK'llklllH of hi
demise, Mr. Tiiiikiii' hud lidd Iiit
Unit whi'll Im dli'd hi1 wished to k
Niiildi'iily, iiucniiHcliiilsly mill poni'i"
fully. ThriiiiKlioul the nfternoon. ns
the sad news spread iivcr WhhIiIiik
1 011, friends hiiii been IhriiiiKliiK In
tm IrvhiKloli, .Senator Mltchi'll,
who lives JiimI iiitohh tin street, WIIH
the llrMt 10 arrive, mid Itcpresclitn
tlin Moody followed closely nftcr.
Seuatiir Slmun, ('iiinmlsidoiicr Her
uiaiiii ami countless friends called
Inter to offer their coiiHulntloii to the
iHireaved huh und daughter.
I.. T. llnrrlH .Mr. Tongue's huiIiIcii
deathcaiiie iih n shock to IiIh wide
clivlo of Immediate penman) friends.
lly uuilrlii ludiiHtry nml native
alillll v Mr. ToiiL'iie iinititn.il h tirinnl.
-,en, Htau,l.,. and ,,i .,l,,e.-e an
t m me naiioaai iiuuwi oi
'I'". HI" imiiiiiv UHtTI
n. i. oren a credit to hltiiHcIf and an
Ii iniir to I lie Htate IIIh death U de
.pinreil. it. A. Ilnoth UIh euery.iihlllty and
win in were recoKlilteil bv coiikivmh
in. I ne wiih an liuportunt factor In
.i iIivImIiiiim. Aiiioiik UreKon'H tvp.
ive. unlive he Iiiih never Ihvii ex
celled. The knowledge nf IiIh worth
a. ih whlcned with the yearn of IiIh
hoc. Ice. Tim Iiihh Ih Irreparatile.
ii .. r.uiiv wrcgon mourilH the,
ile.ua of one nf her greatent cltliciiH
u.i.l HtntcMincn. The Hum-im of IiIh
inir wiih due to-hU m rLuverhrLrt
eifnriH lu evervthlnir he uiiileri.i.il: 1
and to IiIh lilirliMl.iniliinl of iinin l,,.,l
He illeil In the Mervlce of IiIh Him.. 1
,, .. ..... . ,. '
It. I-. .Mulkey ThomuM II. Tongue
a.igal the young men of thin Mtato
tual energy and a good degnv of '
niient iiiUHl triumph over olMtacleH. I
ah a cougivMMinuu he wuh thorough, .
keen iiinl effective In comiultteu ami
la delmUi and wan a tower ofj
Hiivngth for Oregon at Waililngton, I
timl IiIm Iiihh fronl the rlvera mid liar I
born cnuimltteii ut IIiIh time U to, lr. i
ivimrahle Iohh to the Htate.
i', v. Kultoii I coimider Mr.
TouguoV death one ot the grentent
Iohm-h t IiIh Htate Iiiih ever HiiHtullicd.
"; ' ' '. tUe
" - '
I'ullnrly unfortunate, iKvaimeof the
' luid nwun-d u very
Htrong poHltlon hi the Hoiiko of Itep-
rvHOutiitlvw, not only upon Impor.
'"'""'t'"'". " ' the wuy of
"'"ro i"" , . ..
Ah for inywlf, 1 feel lu hlnj
ileuth a peiHOiiul Iohh, for he wan my
friend ot many yearH, u friend whom
I ever found eurucHt, nlm-cre nml
iiiunly mid 1 profoundly regret bin
untimely death both from u pomonal
Htiindpolut and the public welfure.
(leorge 0. Ilrowuell I n-gret ex
ceediiigly the ileuth of I'migrcHxiimu
ThouiiiH II. Tongue, and view It an a
IrorHouul Iohh nn account of my ht
hoiiiiI frlemlHhlp for the iiiiin ami
aUo iih tin exceedingly greut Iohh not
only to UiIh Htate but to nil of the
l'aclllc Count ut thin time, tie wiih
ii very ntVoug iiiau and a lining man.
IIIh piiHltlou lu CougiVHH wiih nafc for
iniiny yearn If he hud lived. IIIh lute
Hpeech upon the Irrigation (uentlou
undoubtedly lucrctiMcd hln reputa
t Ion and nhowed that ho wan a man
of largo ability und of givnt force.
Notice of Stockholders Meetfng.
Notice In heivby given Hint there
will ben meeting of the ntockholderH
of the .ludnonIIock Mining t'oiupiiny
held ut the olllce of. I, S. Medley, at
Cottage drove, I.aiiol'ounty.Oivgou,
on Monday the 'Jtith day of liiuimry,
1003, ut thu hour of one o'clock p, in,
for the purpone uf electing n Hoard of
niroctorH of Hiild corporation toworvo
an hiicIi for the period of one year
and until their taiccennorn Hhall huvu
Ucon duly elected and iiiialllled and
for the trmiHuctlou ot nuch other
IiiihIiichh iih tuny proierl,vcomu before
Dated DwrnnliorlHth, A. 1)., 1002.
J. S. Mkiii.kv, Secretary.
The Itallroml Qntottu la authority
for thu Htiitoment that railroad con
utructlou lu the United States last
year aggregated 0,020, iiiIIch ii total
not exceeded In any year hIiico 1878.
Oklalioinu leads with 570 uiIIoh, fol
lowed by Toxiia, 400; ArkuuniiH, U71,
and Indian territory, !10:t iuIIch.
Jic Mining, Luiiihcrliifj; utnl FiirmliiK fntcredts of this Community, to flood
COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON, FRIDAY,
Tin' North Fnlrvlinv MIiiIiik Com
I Hill V WIIH I llf (II It ifil I lllllll'l' till'
IjLtl'H 111 llll'lflllt I'iilll'llllt't' 'iltll KHI'I
ami own a Ki'"iii of Incite i-oiiIIkii-hum
cIiiIiiih. 1111 1 lie iiurlli hIoih' of
Full view nioiiulalii In the llnlieuila
District, xleuilliiK fi'uiii l.'liiiinplon
I'lii'li 1111 the ciihI in I'alrvlew ctii'k
011 the weMlerl.i xlnpe uf I'alrvlaw
liiuillilalii, Mil 11I111111 the llrnt of
IiihI July ilevelnpuieiil work Iiiih Ihh-ii
I'oullnuiilixly koIiik ahead mi I IiIh
properly, mill II Im (lie pui-pnni- nf the
ciiiiiiiiiny In keep a crew nf wnrkuien
driving ahead with nil piihhIIiIc Mpeed
nn nne nf their hlu .'III font vcIiih. At
piVHelil wnrk Ih liehiK IiiihIiimI In No.
.'I level, .VKI feet Ih'Iiiw Nn. 1 level. In
No. 'J level, nlmut eiiinlly illHtiiut Ik
I ween Nn. I und No. :l a ernHBcut tun
net Iiiih- Ih-cii run, cutting the vela,
which proven It to Iw :u fti't from
wall to wall. A iceneriil average
Hiuuple of thin ill' feel of vein matter
Knve anaHHiiy viiini' 111 in ier ion
III flivirnlil. Till level will liectrlvcll
alienil to tap a Imdy nf IiIkIi uruile
fret- til III I it lt hit that Ih known to
exlMt Ik'Mvccii Nn. laud No. '1 leveln.
II" mpnny owiim u Kpleudlil mill
h.!V..,.'''!!r.,,,,.li'!i!!!,'!!?;..V! L'V.?J V.'.'.?;
UiiiUt for iiiIiiIiik purpoHcH. Thin
Hiime larKe vein extcmlH down Into
the Champion canyon near the pro -
.i...il...... it... i 1 li I '
Km, ,. rV. ". ..." ' )' l
hhfli irrade, Iiiimo nre Ih In Hluht await-
Iiik Hhlpmeiit to reduction workn.
While it Ih true that North I'alrvlew
ii. .. !i ' ,l"'.7Hl
iihiiiu hiiiii iiiiv inner miiick hi ine
dlHtrlct It diH-Himl necvHKarlly fol-
low that the Htock In worth Ichh.
vll poHteil InvcHtorH an- liuyliiKthlH
niwn ill iiiotnn ui iv,wti rilllivn III IV
time, nn well pIcaHed and want
W. W. .MiiHterMon Ih In from Ro
hernia, where he Iiiih completed thin
j m baHh." 1"
,,t.,lMf) wt, the AJax. In working!
inn IIHfH'MM,illclll Hi MirilCK .IS HI'l III
: fnv nillllnir ore III 100 feet. TIiIh Ih a
i itohh ledxe uncovered In driving for
the inalii liilge, which kIvch promlw
of large ipiautltleH of the Ih-hI of ore.
iitiikii minimi m:vh.
Tim tntiil i irf.ilnt.t If in i.f tni f.tt
it... v..,,r limj siifcKiTli i.
- r,. i... ,.f .i ten .im 'im...
production of Kllver uniouunted to
.ll,OIO,0-.'ri, a net Incn-UHii of :i.:ir.-f
on. tlregon proiliuitl fl,Ml,l(Vi of
the above amount nf gnl.l. 'und tm. -
litKl of Hllver
i'jki ,,f Hii,-,.r
Cripple Creek iiiIiich grey copper
lmM Uv" 'o'"'"'. "H renlllt ot deei
I""" lo ihi ncn III gold. It Ih lK'lleveil
tliut the dlMCovery will renult In the!
production of greut wculth.
1,or''"'' pnrtlw have piirclnuw-il
" t'ontlm-iitnl proierty on South
Mjrtlt' Soutlieni On-gon.
T,H' ,rlw ,M mM to 'M-m-
11KST I.INI.MKNT ON KAItTII .
Henry D. llnldwln, 8upt. Cltv Water
Worke, Hlnill)iiri;, Win, vtriieH: "I
IBV0 ,IU'" mu"'. ""!" ol. Unlmcnl, Hut
Inive never rccclvetl much benefit until
I lined Itullanl'x Snow Liniment fur
rlieuinutirjin mid pniiiH, I think it the
bent liniment on earth.' -.V, f0e und
11.00 buttle at New Kra I)nit Store.
.Ian 7, 11KKI.
I'.DITOIl IIoiikmia Ni'ixikt: On
New Vear'H day of llXKI. Uie l'nrmer'H
Club nml frlendH of Walker and
vicinity met at the church building
at Wnlker to Hieud the duy In Hoclnl
lutercoiirKo and to exchange hlenn on
I farm toplcn, and to iIIhciikh a farm
I home dinner nuch an only the good
! wIvch and iluughtern of the farm
know how to hulld.
While the frleudn und the well
, laden bimketH were yet coming lu, ye
Hcrlbe hiiMtled nroiiml niiiong them
, and Holicltcd a volunteer progrnin
with pleiiHlug hik'cchh.
Our club ptvHhleut, the Ho v. mid
Kiirtner W. J. (In rill nor, called the
i house, to order and the meeting wan
i opened with a nolo, entitled, "Your
Mission,'' by our Irreproachable
Mliiger, Mr. (leo. X. ('untie, Minn Jonlo
' CiiMtlo presiding at the organ.
I Alter prayer by our ..worthy prone
I dent there were recitations and
nougH by old boyn mid iiiImhch, all
I bent on making the occntdon u pleus
i nut one. Among the nuugn were:
The Old Wooden Hocker," rendered
by J. Myem and daughter; "A
Southern Soldler'n l.lttlolloy," given
by S. 1), .InckHuu. The ivcltntlons
by MIhh Dolllo SIiiiiiiouh and Minn
Millie l'lingle wore eHpwlnlly well
About thin time hoiiio hungry
fellow remembered the tunny por
teutlouH bankotH ntowed away In tv
side room and proponed dinner.
A fancy cuke ntaud had been offered
to the maker of the bent cake, and iv
committee of three old Iibuchelors
wore mimed by the chair to award
the prlie. Their choice wan found to
belong to Mm. Owen Walker, and
with great good nature friend Castle
guyed the poor fellows for -vnnt of
tact, In awarding tho prlio to a mar
ried lady when there were ho tunny
nlco young ladles competing, whom
It might be supposed old bachelors
would bo mixlous to please.
While tho program wtis Im.
promptu the itluucr certainly was
not, and n survey of the handsome
Bproad indicated jtliat v were to get
a griMid Htnrt for the New Your on
the luncheon qucHtlnii, iiikI the
' ivallnatlnii "mm complete.
Ah mihiii lifter dinner iih our happy
crowd fell ahle thl-re weieHllll nllicr
hiiiikh, iimihIc and idmrt t iIKh. Mr
I'MMlht mIiikIhk "The llnly flt" uf.
.Mr. (I. O. Walker addiCHwl the
audience on the fciiHllilllty ami pirn
Mllile lieiielltH of u HyMteia of mlver
UmIiik for the farmei'M. 111m plan enn
IcmplalcM the dlMtrlliiillnu of hliink
foriiiH, on which. In their proicr
cnlumiiH, the farmer may Hhi ivhnt
evcr he Iiiih to wll, or wIhIkw to Iniy,
huiidlliK the lint ln-lo the mtimi np
polnted to poHt all HhIh reculvcil on it
hulletlii lioard, coiiHplculoiiHl.i placed
at Home much freipicuteil point. I Iiiih
inakltiK It piihhIIiIc for a liuyer tn hco
ut it kIiiiicu what Im for huIc, In what
inantlty, and where loailiil; alno
to facilitate all exchiiliKCM anii)ii
the farinerH tliciiiwIveH, each payliiK
n Hiuall HtlM-nd for nxe of liulletlu
hnard. Mr Walker h tut til that he
had Int'ii kIvcii to iindcrHtand hy the
. proM.'r olllclal that the H. I'. It, It. To
i would dlMplay the farmerM' adver-
' tlHinr l!.t at varlot.H polutH al..n
t'''r llt-' Kratln. (lur rarmerH'
Club were In accord with Mr.
! Walker' plan ami liiHtructiH th,,
retarytohavea numlM,r of IImM
I'rlnted, lor the purpose of rIvIiib
; friend Walker'n HUKKCHtlou a prae
j tlcul tent.
Mr. Kdltor. I know iiothlnir nf
JvumallHin, hut Home uiiKiilded hull
vldual iIiiiiIiIIchh overfull of pic,
. Miirinur ii motion on the Iioumo that
1 hIioiiIiI write up the occhhIoii mid
wild In to the preHH.
rnhappy motion; another mh;ht
have Klvea a more readable report
and intruded upon your npace Ichm.
YourH lu tlie IntcreHt of the Huh
I A. IIkMknt.
For the Karmeni' t'luti of Walker. Or.
Reduced Kates From The lUst.
i I'lidcr date of DeceinlHT 10th the
Southern l'aclllc wiiiIh out u circular
Ictjer to their iw-iiIh which ri-ad- iw
Ihvii decided to place
' f1 '':'"''"-y 101. contln.
I AI,r" MlU hiclUHlve, the
I Maine om--way hccoiuI cIiihi Settlvrn'
rikteH to all Oregon Much potntH,
and north, rut were In effect during
llm copper lHimtw f Sontcmlier and October
i UMt. vlr:
fJo.W from MUHourl Itlver polutH
Sioux City to KaiiMiin City IiicIiikIvo
f.Kl.lAI irolll Kl. l.OlllH.
$.11.00 from l'eorhi.
:w.00 from Chicago.
Hilton to lie no higher from Inter
The niton will apply via all ronton
through I'ortlaud, tint will not ap
ply via Sacramento. Tickets routed
via Union I'uclllc.Orcgon Short Line,
O. It. & N. to l'ortlaml, will be al
lowed Hto-overH not to exceed ten
dnyn, at all polntn went of I'm-atello,
ami lu order to enable Intending net
tlern to look over the Willamette
Valley and Wentern Oregon thorouhly
thin Company will allow iih many
Htop-overH an dcnlrcd at Htatlonn in
termediate to final domination of the
ticket, each ntop not to exceed ten
I'IiIh announcement in ot nHclal
Importance an lt Iiihuivh the uecen
Hiiry cheap rates nml iirrnugcmoiitH
i to bring a large Immigration to
Wentern Oregon next spring. IMenHe
have your nownpaiKTs give lt publi
city, as no doubt a great many of
our iH'ople who have already moved
to Oregon "from the middle states
and theennt will udvlne their frlendH
and rclatlvcn who will take advant
age ot the low raton to visit Oregon.
W. E. COMAN. O. P. A.
Try nliOi! liottleol Ilerhine, noticothe
improveinent siH-i-dlly I'llccled in your
Aiipctite, Kneruy, Strength and VlRor.
Watch how it brightens the spirits,
uives freedom from Iiidicestioti and De
bility! Isiuio Soory, Avn. Mu., writCB, Sept.
lOtli. IIXX). "I wii u in hud henlth. I hud
stouuich trouble for 12 months, also
dumb chills, Dr. J. . Mory prescribed
Ilerhine, Is cured we in two weeks. I
cannot recommend It too highly, it will
donllyou chilin for it." Sold by New
Eru Drug Store.
J. E. YOUNG
omco on Main street, Weil Side
COTTAC.lt GKOVIC, OUB.
A. H. KING
Attorney ut Law,
VOTTAOli CiUOVK, Oltli,
H. C MADSEN,
Repairing t remoimble cmiliti,
All work gutrtnteea flnt-cliu.
Wttohei, Cluck tail JewelrjrU-oweil 1'iteei
COTTAQK OHOVE, OltE
Buy your toilet articles at Benson
Drug Co, A cholco line, well selected
from thu best goods oustatnabio.coii'
stantly on hand for your inspection,
Government, and Hustling mr a
JANUARY i6, 1903.
Great Reduction Sale
We have debidcel to close out our entire line
of Ladies and Misses
Wc have some Jackets and Coats rcmnitiiti"; that we will
Sell for Fifty Cents on The Dollar. We will
Also sell otts entire line of
Now is the Time to make your Purchase.
"Money Saved is Money Earned "
EAKIN & BRISTOW.
In Holiday Goods
Sold at Cost Next Week
Commencing January 1st our En
tire Stock of Goods, Excepting
Groceries, will be' offered at a
BARMAN & HEMENWAY,
NOTICE KOtl PI HLICATION.
United States Land Office.
ItoKehurg, Ore., Sept. IS, 1002.
Notice In hereby given that In com-1
pi lance with the provisions of the act
ofCongrenn of June .'!,' 1S7, entitled i
"An act for the sale of tlmlicr landn
In the Statcx ot California, Oregon, .
Nevada, mid Wellington Territory,"
tin extended to all the Public Iind
States by act of August 4,1002, Dnnel
W. Itlchnrdnoii, of Ht, Helens Co. of
Calumbla State of Ore., has thin ilay
llled In this office his nworn ntatement
No.."l3:tSfortheimrchaHeof theS of
Sco No :U, Township 21 S of Knnge 9
Went nml will oner proot to snow
that the land sought Is more valu
able for Its timber or stone than for
agricultural purposes, and to estab
lish Ids claim to Haiti land before the
Iteglntor mid Itecelver of thin olllce at
Itosebunr.Orecon.on Wednesday the
4th day of March, 1003.
lie names nn witnesses
It. T. HonlH. of llaygor, On-., W.
F. Slaughter, St Helens, Ore.. J. E.
Ulnck. Fulton, Ore.. A. L.. Uutler, ol
Any and all iiersoiiH claiming ad
versely thenbove-tleserlbod lands an
requested to tile their claims In. thU
office on or liefore snld 4th day ol
i T. uutiincs. uegister. '
NOTICE FOK I'UIILICATION.
United States Land Oftlce,
Iloseburg, Oregon, Oct., 10, 1902. ,
Ninlru is hereby idven that In compli-1
mice with the provisions of the act of f
UOnCreoS Ol dune o, ioio, cmmim .in
act for the salu of timber lauds la the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington Territory, as extended
to all thu Tumlc Land States hy act of
August 4. 1892, Henry S. Wilson ot hu-
geneComitv of Lane, State of Oregon has
this day filed in this oltlce Ids sworn
statement No. 3031, for the purchase ot 1
the S U NW H A W V SW M
of Sec. No. 12, Township 23 South, ot i
ltango 2 West, anil will oiler prool to
show that the land sought is more
valuable for lis timber or stone than for
agricultural purposes, and to establish
Ids claim to said land before Mario L.
Ware, U. S. Commissioner at Eu
gciiH.Oregon, on Wednesday the 7th day
ol Jim,, iwj.1.
Ho mimes as witnesses!
James N Handle, of Fiiirinoiint, Ore.,
James Iloll'imin, Annie ilson, of hu
gene, Oio., Austin Boot, of Springfield,
Any anil an persons ciaiiiiuig miveiBo
ly tlie above-described lands are re
nested to II lo their claims in this olllce
on or before said 7th dav of Jan., 1903.
J . I. IliuiiuKS, ucgisier.
EVEKY BOTTLE OF OIIAMllEB
LAIN'S COUGH BEMEDY WAB-
Wo guaranteo every bottle of Cham
berlain's Cough Uemedy and will refund
tho money to anyone who Is not satis
fied nltor using two-thirds of the con
tents. This Is the best remedy in the
world for lagrippe, coughs, colds, croup
and whooping cough and Is pleasant
and Bafe to take. It prevents uny ten
dency of a cold to result In pneumonia,
Lyons A Applegate, Drain. Benson
Drug Co., Cottage Grove.
Leaders in Merchandising.
Griffin & Veatch Co
p "There's No Iluee Like Home" 3
and there's no cooking like mothers, but i2
p if vou will stop at the
I KAYSER HOUSE
You will be so well pleased that you will come nguin' and
bring your friends. Everything new, neat and clean.
I Plastered Rooms Newly Furnished.
SZ Conveniently Located, Two blocks West and One Block
E Nortli of S. P. Depot. r2
Win. T. Kiiyser, Proprietor. 3
!AUERS, SU??i 0lSE
rHiners' Tools und
Give us a call and we will treat you right.
KNOWLES & GETTYS.
Beware of air dried or half dry
tlooriug, celling and rustic. The
Booth-Kelly Lumber Co. are making
special prices on kiln. dried lumber.
Everything You Need.
Some things you dont need, in the
hardware and home furnishing line
is to be found here. Gas ranges,
oil stoves; pojs, pans and ksttles;
about every culinary device that
war ever invented and stood the
test of time and trial is on our
ooti nters and shelves. Come and
see for yourselves.
FOB SALE il acres of sandy loam
bottom land with stock and Im
provements, 2 miles from Cottatre
Urovo. For further Information call
on the owner. C. W. Oiltikiit.