Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907, May 15, 1903, Image 8

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    J. E. YOUNG
Aitorney-at-Law
Office en Main street, Writ 81d .
COTTAGK OROVH, ORE.
L. T. HARRIS
Aiiornty and Counselor-at-Lato
Special attention riven to the lit el Minn.
First National Bank BulMlng.
EDUENE, OIIE.
J. S. MEDLEY
Atiorncy-at-Law o o o
I Office on Main street I
Cottagb Grove, Orb.
A. H. KING
Attorney at Law,
COTTAGE, GJIOVE, OKI!.
I 0. JOHNSON and F. .0 EBY
dUornejjsand Counstlors-at-Law
Special titration given to Mlnlng.Corporatton
nil Mercantile Law.
Offlce over German A llemenway'a store.
COTTAGE GROVE. ORE.
JEROME KNOX
Attorneu-at-Law
tj
Prompt attention paid to Mining Business
Cottagb Grovk, Ore.
60 TOsmaai
MRS. PET SANFORD'S
For Fashionable Dressmaking
mats street
Cottage Grove, Ore.
Common Rough Lumber
S11.00 PERJM
BOOTH-KELLY MILLS,
SAGINAW, OREGON.
H. C. MADSEN,
Watchmaker.
Repairing at reasonable enarges.
All work guaranteed firct-clau.
Watehee. Clocks and Jewelry at Loweit rrlee,
COTTAGE GROVE. ORE.
BARKER & PERMAN
proprietors or
THE EXCHANGE
DEALERS is fise
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
Mainitreet. Collate drove.
Residence Phone No. 364 Office Phone US.
J. E. HOSMER,
PHVSICIaK and SrjRGEOX
Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat a Specialty.
Office houri from 9 to 11 a ra from 3 to 5 p m.
Sanday from 12 to 2 p m.
Offlce In Madien Bntldlng, Main street,
.COTTAGE GROVE. OREGON".
HERBERT LEIGH
ASSAYER AND METALLURGIST
Eugene Oregon.
Rest Equipped asaajr office In the Stale. 8am
plet by mall receive prompt attention, work
ing testa made on ore Samples of one to fifty
pounds to determine tbe moat suitable meth
ods of treatment. Prices on application.
Tk Fid National Bank
Cottagb Grovh, Ore.
Paid U.J Capital, $25,000.00
Money to loan on approved security,
Exchanges sold, available any place
n thellnited States
Duns BatsTow. HiiiutEakm,
President, Caahler.
BERG BROS.
A.SSA.YJJSTG-.
New outfit and up-to-date meth
ods assaying, or complete analysis
of ores.
Clorination, cyanide and working
tests made. All work done in du
plicate, and correct returns guar
anteed. Majl orders promptly at
tended to.
viit DR. JORDAN'S ohiat
MUSEUM OF ANATOMY
I0SI MARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO. OIL
riMvMa sua ui awaj
In tba Worla.
1lakaaaeaoraa7otraet.
ddhejue.BoalilealyeMraky t
tout lUutlUli M j.r. A
DH. JOROAH-CRIVATf DISEASES .
Tibv men and aalddle '
aril lurn who are sun"rlii A
Zrum lb rlfvcu ot youthful IndlK. "
' Mra NtrrimikndplirilcalllehllllT.lm. $
. l"0.,n..'-l"ili''i"llnlllllci)niDll. .
cuiu.iii fiieriuHlurrlnrM, l-n,lnior. 3
iV.T,'.Uu."."rr'""' '. rrequr....,
7HSSiS i " eoo.bli!il.m if A
2
I ?, J 'rV"",''lllta rlli I. but nfrmi'.int f
k quttrtM'ii
i liii rt
nri.iti i Mid biircoon. rmmlaat .
I tbasjauiu-. .. .n'uiVOTl'oljii' 7,Tm' A
I enre lor llu,.r. A qick aii.l rarftoil i
hour tfwl itplnUui ot
' II will Uunrimlt a
i iv rv eat a trs un.trtnk-
rouTivx amain
uunsiwiaiton i 11K15 nattnctiirvrmW'
GiUBUIM VXHY ZXAhQb'ABXk
Wrtls for Honk. Illf fl.tallnrv tnm J
4ictuitii iwipuiiKiir or o itiiar
. Wokwrmta) CllowrtU
M. JORDAN A CO f Oil MfiM SU & P.
i
Benson Drue
drugs.
Company for pure
DORCN ITEMS.
James Itedford lo bulltlliiK n lW
cattle tOied on hla ranch.
A flno iimre licloiigtng to Lowry
England died this week.
Cnijc VnnScholnck Is quite sick thla
week with the measles.
A. Kirk, deputy surveyor, was
down to the drove this week on
business with the O. k S. K. rnllrond
innimBcment,
RK, Hales wns trnnsnctlnjr busi
ness In the Grove Monday.
Frank Wooley, In the employ ot M.
Houston, Irn leen survcytitjr the line
up Hat creek this week for a flume or
spur ot the O. & S. E. Thocompany.
represented by Mr. Houston, will
build a sawmill of about 30.000 cn
paclty on the Males llros' ranch nnd
will erect a Hume to the O. & S. E.
lty. a distance of about IS miles pro
viding they an unable to secure a
spur to the mill.
The school which lmabcen closed
tnr v.ml weoki. owned nirntn Mon-
- ---- - - -
day with a fairly good attendance.
Mr. Houston Is tlcrurlnir with John
Kirk for land on which to erect n
.
planing mill nnd lumber ynnls for
the new saw mill.
CURES WHEN DOCTORS FAIL. j
Mn. Frank Clilassnn. Patterson. La..
writes June Sth, 1001: "I had malarial
1 fever in verv bad form, was under treat
' mcnt by doctors, but as soon as 1
; stopped taking their medicine the fever j
' would return. I useil a "ample bottle
of Herblne. found It helped me. Then
boncht two bottle?, which completely I
i cured me. I feel grateful to you for
furnishing such a t-plemtid medicine,
and can honestlv recommend It to those
aiiffertn from malaria, ns it will surelv
Cure them. Heroine, 60c
bottle at
New Era Drug Store,
. . . .
BUSlMiSS Mii,Vi CALL.
It Is announced thntn meeting of
the business men ot t Us city will lie,
called at Martln'sHnll one week from
next Tuesday night, with the view
of taking up the question of early
closing houses. Every person Inter
ested In such a movement Is resiiect
fully Invited to attend.
SPRING AILMENTS.
There is an aching and tired feeling;
the liver, bowels and kidneys become
sluggish and inactive, the digestion im
paired, with little or no appetite, noam
bition for anything, and a feeling that
the whole both- and mind needs toning
up. The trouble is, that during winter,
thero has beeu an accumulation of waste
matter in the system. Herbine will re
move it. secure" to the secretions a right
exit, nnd by its tonic effect, fully restore
the wasted tissues and give strength in
place of weakness. 50c at New Era
Drug Store.
THE GREAT
MAY MUSICAL
TIVAL.
fes-
The annual festival of the United
Choral Socletlen of 1'ortland, .Salem,
Albany, Corvallls and Eugene will lie
held in Eugene this year on the 12th,
13th, 14th of May. Thero will lie a
chorus of 150 trained voices, Portland
Symphony Festlvnl Orchestra, seven
of the most prominent soloists of tho
northwest, Including Mrs. RoscCour
sen Reed, Mr. Dom Znn, Mr. W. 11. '
Boyer, Mrs, Rose Block Bauer nnd
Mr. James T. Preston of New York.
The first concert will lie orchestral
n lth Mr. Znn n tinlnUt. On the
second nnd third nights the great
choral works "Feast of Adonis,"
The Redemption,' and "Elijah" will
lie produced by combined chorus, or
chestra and soloists.
Season tickets reserved ?2.50, un
reserved $1.50. Single concerts, re
served $1. Single concerts tinre-
DPrvml 7fU 1
Seven Honiiued Dollaiw worth of i
iwu.rvi.il eonunn tlnlfpta hnrfl nl. ,
ready been sold In Eugene,
There
nri nnlv r.0 nr Pl left. Ill- nnrehflslnir
tickets now, you have the sub-!
scrlbers advantage of choice of Bents
till April 14th. After that date the
sale will lie thrown oticn to tho gen
eral public. Any .desiring season
Ickets may nddress I. M. Ui.en, Eu
gene, Oregon. Reduced rates on
railroad.
J. J. WALTON
L. s. Commtsaloner
8. P. NESS
Notary Public
"Walton & JSJess
LAWYERS
Practise In State and Federal Courts, Work In
U. 8. Land Office. Entries made and proofs
beard.
EUGENE
OIIEGOX
ASK THE AGEKT FOR
TICKETS
-VIA-
GREAT NORTHERN
Ituilwny
TO
Spokane, St. 1'aul, Duluth,
MtniieapollH, Chicago,
AND ALL POINTS BAST.
TRAINS DAILY
FAST TIME.
;
2
NEW EQUIPMENT THOUailOUT;
Day Conclies, Palaco and Tourist
Sleepers, Dining and UulTet,
Smoking Library Cars.
Daylight
Trip through the Cascade and
Rocky Mountains.
For full particulars, Rates,
Folders
etc. can on or aiiurees
J. W. PHALON, T. P. A.
II. DICKSON, 0. T. A.
122 3d St., Portland Ore.
1 ... .
a-. , j, UE,nrUBlJ., u. w. 1: A.
,.,r.,A.. sea,,,, wash.'
NOTICE.
Department ot the Interior.
Uoseburir, Oregon. Apill 20, 1003.
Notice Is hereby Riven that the ap
proved plats ot survey ot
Township 24 louth, range B east,
i, pv "
I H
.j- R
II II II
ii '
have been received from theSurveyor
tlenernl tor Oregou nnd on
Tuesday, Juno 2, 1003. nt 0 o'clock
n. m. the said plats will tic tiled In
this olllce. nnd the land embraced
therein lieme In the Cnscado Forest
Reserve, will lie open to entry on
and said date, only to lici-sotm show
Ingsettlement thereon prior to Soi-
tcnuter i't, inm, tuo tinieui i no ex
ecutive order, netting apart snld land
as u tores t reserve.
.1. T. IlitiixiKH, Register,
J. II. Uootii, Receiver.
A FA KM KU STRAIGHTKNKD OUT,
"A man living on a tuna neilr hero
came In a ihort time ago completely
doubted up with rheumatism. I handed
him twttlcolOhatnlwrlain'sl'aln liaim
"" 'a. " lo 180 " "ol
sausttofl alter using ii no nceti noi nay t
I ... iar u . ,v i p. Itavdor. of Pat
. tens Mills. N. V. "A few days later he
, I. i .., .
walked into the store as straight
string and handed mo a dollar saying
Vive mo another bottle ol Chamber'
Iain's I'aiti Balm. I wnnt it in the
house all tho time for It cured mo,
For sale by I.vons & Applegate, Drain
llensou DrugCo., Cottage drove.
By
GREATLY ALARMED.
a Persistent Cough, but Pcnnii'
nently Cured by Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy.
,vr. ii. i', unroage, n siuuem hi taw.
in Greenville, S. C, had been troubled
I lor four or five years with a contlnuou
I cough whichho says, "greatly alarmed
me, causing me to tear inai i was in mo
llrst Huge ot consumption. .Mr. iiur
bace. having seen Chamberlain s Cougl
Remedy advertised, concluded to try it
' "I soon felt n remnrkablo change and
alter using two bottles of the twenty
"?'"' itn "
Sold bv Lyons it Applegate, Drain
Benson Drug Co., Cottngo Grove.
Among
Tut
.Daisies
5fands for the best
that is made in
Jfootiveai:
AT ALL LEADING DEALERS.
CGOTZIAN&&
MANUFACTURERS,
5T.PAO,b.
NOTICE TO BRIDQE BUILDERS.
Sealed bids ore requested by the
""y oun oi umo uouniy. ure-
Kou. 'OT the bulllllng Of II COtlllty
""UKoucross mctonsiforK rnertu
Cottage Grov! 87 feet span, Howe
truss, double bent piers at each end,
59 feet ot approach, 18 feet roadway,
without cover, according to plans,
specifications and strain dlngrams
furnished by tho County Surveyor
and kept In his office.
Five per cent deposits required
Bld8 to "l1 My . lm- ftt 2
u uw-11 l,
''uieu ai r.ugene, uregon, nils lutn
day of April, 1003.
C. M. Collier,
County Surveyor.
10
OREGON
Shojt Line
amq union Pacific
XI
Depart Time SciiEni'LLS Arrive
fob from Portland yitoM
Chicago- Salt Lake, Denver,
Portland Kt. Worth, Omaha. 4:30p.m.
0:20a.m. Kansas City, St.
riallunt- Louie, Chicago and
1 ington. Kant.
Atlantic Salt Lake, Denver,
: Express Ft. Worth, Omaha, 10:30a. in
8:15 p.m. Knneas City, St.
viallunt- Ixitiis,Ct)iuago and
InKton. Hast.
St, I'aul Walla Walla, Low
FaetMail iston , Spokane, 7 '35 a. in.
6 p. in Wallace, Pullman,
via Minneapolis', St.
Spokane. Paul, Duluth, Mil
waukee, Chicago A
East.
! 70 Hours
PORTLAND TO CHICAGO
NO CIIANGB'OF OARS.
Tickets cast via all rail, or boat and
rati via Portland,
OCEAN AND IIIVEIl SCHEDULE
FH0SI PORTLAND.
Allealllni!(latc3Bub-
8 p. 111.
ect to cliange.
For San Francleco
4 p. m.
Sail every five days.
Dallv
exSund'y Columbia River 4 p. m.
8 n. m. excont
Saturday To Astoria and Way Sunday
111 P-"1' 1 i-anoing.
L' CRA?0U?i,
NOTICE FOR PUlll.IOATION.
United States Land Office,
Rosoburg, Oregon, Mar. SO. 1003. '
Notlco la hereby glvon that in com
pliance with tho provisions ot tho act of
Congress of Juno 3, 1878, entitled "An
act for tho sain of timber lands In tho
in tho States of California. Oregon,
Nevada, nnd Waaldngton Territory ns
extended to all tho Publlo Und Stales
by act of Auguat 4, 1802,
OA HI. 0. R10K,
of Eugene, County ol Ijino. Statu
of Oregon, has this day Hied In this olllce
his sworn statement No. 4707, for tho
purchase of tho SE 1-4 of Sec
tion No. 4, Township South, of
Rango'J West, and will oiler proof to
how that tho land sought Is mora
valuable for Its timber or touo that (or
agricultural purposes, and to establish
his claim to said land beforo Marie
L. Warn, U. S. Commissioner at Kit-
Sono, LanoCo.,Oro.,on Monday, tho 8th
avol June, 1903.
Ila names as witnesses:
Austin Rool. of Sprlnglleld Initio Co.,
Oro.. James N. Ranillo, of Fnlrtiioiiiit,
Lano Co.. Ore., Henrv Sheldon, Oeorgo
W. Hunter, ot Ktigene, Imxio Co., Ore,
Any and all persona claiming adverse
ly tho nbovo-describeil lands are re
quested to II lo their claims In this ofllco
on or btiforc said 8th day of Juno, 1003.
J T. UnlixlKS. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUIILIOATION.
United States Lund Olfioo,
Rosoburg, Oro , Apr. 10, 11KW.
Notice la herebv civen that in compli
ance with the iirovlslons of tho act of
Congress of Juno 3, 1S78, entitled "An
Act for the sale of Timber Lauds in the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada.
and Washington Territory,,' nscxtoudod
to nil tho Public IjiiuI Males by act of
August 4, lS'Jl',
NATHAN K. COMlTON.
ofCottago Grave, Co. ol Ume, State of
Oregon has tills dnvtlltil in this olllco
his sworn statement No. 4981, for the our-
chaso of the west half of tho west half of
Seo No 20 Tp 'J3S,oRaogol Wand will
offer proof to show Hint the land sought
19 more vaiuauio lor us umoer or sionu
than for agricultural iiurnoses uml to es
tnbllsh bis claim to said land U'foro
tho licyisterand Receiver ol this ollice
at Rosoburg, Oregon, on .Monday the
24th day of Aug., 1IHXI.
He names as witnei'ses :
Frank 11 Phillit.s. Frank I). Wheeler,
Joseph E Young, John I) Palmer, of
Cottage O rove, Ore.
Any ami all persons claiming miverso
Iv tho above-dcecribed hinds are re-
mioelcd to tile their claims in this office 1
on or beloru wild 21th day ot Aug., 10u3.
J.T. KuiiKiKs. iiegister.
NOTICE FOR PUIILIOATION.
United Hates Imm Office,
Roteburg, Ore., Apr. 25, 1003.
Notice is herebv given that In com
pliance with the provision ot tho act of
Congress of June 3, liwd, entitled "An
act tor the sale of Umber lauds in the
States ol California. Oregon. Nevada,
and Wnslilngton Territory, 'as extcndoil
to all the Public Ijuul Mates uy uclol
August 4, 1802,
1 i.oiu..ir. 1.. 1111. i.--,
of Janer, Co of Lane, State ot
Ore., has this duy tlleil in this office
her sworn statement No. fiOlS for the
uurcliaso 01 llie !; 'i 01 &v y. 01 seo
No. 14 Tp20 S R 1 W, and will oiler proof
tosliowtliul tliolaiulBotiglitlainoro vain-
able lorltt tinnier or sionu man njr
ngrictiltora purpose, ami to establish
her claim tr said laud beforu J J Wal
ton, V S Commissioner at Eugene, Ore.,
on Saturday, tlie lltn, nay 01 July,
1903.
She names ns witnesses:
Henrv Tdton. John A Hills. D.tve
Mathews, ol June, Lane Co., Ore., W It
Parker, ol Zlon, Ijino Co., Ore.
iMiyaml all iiersons ciaitning adverse
ly the above-dcecrilicd lands nre le-
qfiesteil to tile their claims in this office
on or before said 11th day.of July, 1003.
j. i. naiuuEs. iirgister.
The illssen Newlnnd huvo taken
the uirency for the ChitH. A.Stevens
Co.. Chlcuuo. Indies tailor made
clothing and Invito the ladles of Cot-
tMKf tlrove to call and sec tliu line
line of Huitiples of dress kooiIh, quality
tho liest anilHiitlsfnctiou Ktiarautecd.
NOTICE FOR PUULICATION.
United States Land Office.
Rosoburg Ore., Apr. 22, 1003.
Kfntoa nf Piilifitrntn. f Ireion. Kvuiln u
, 1
Washington Territory,'ras extended to !
all the Public Land States by act of Au
gust 4, 1892,
,iL-r vv i evnt'linercnv
I1I,UI, U J,Ulil'l,l',Uu.j
of llarrisburg, Co. of Lane, State of Ore.,
has this dav tiled In this office hersworn
statement No. VJvb for the purchase of the
S 4 NW 1-4, NE1-4 NW 1-4 undNW 1-4
NE 1-4 of Sec No. 12 in Township
20 S., Rnngo No. 2 West, and will
offo? proof to show that the land sought
l
u ntnru vxlnnlilit fir Ilu llt,,lu,r nr .Inna
l.a., Inr a.rln.lll l, r,l I r.,,r, ,! In !
establish her claim to said hind beforo I
G F Skinworth. U 8 Commissioner ut
Junction City Oregon, on the 0th of
liy 1903.
Sho names as witnesses:
llernt lkcn. of llarrisburg. Ore.. Al
bert J Ward, of Vida Ore., llernt Gil
bertson. of llarrisburg, Ore., O L Han-
en, ol Junction Ulty, Uro.
Any and all persons claiming adverse
ly tl e above-described lands are re
quested to lllo their claims In this office
on or neioro said inn day ot July, lvu.l.
J. T. nninaKs, iteglster.
NOTICK OP APPLICATION l'OK U, S.
MINKRAI. PATKNT.
SUKVKY NO. 501.
U. S. Uml Office liiaebnrir, Ore., Mar. 12, 1H03,
Notice is nereny Klven mat in pursuance 01
iu laws nf the United States relatbnr to nlaoer
mining claims, A. M. Hammer, whose post
oJTleo Bd(iroU Albany, Oreieon, hai raatlenp
tt n TAtent lor ine uiive macer claim.
rvev No. 601. iltnatM In Ilohemla Mlnliisr
District on B team boat Itlver.ln Dnuslas County.
State of Oreeon, and dewrlbo! by tbe ofllclat
plat herewith pouted and by the ileM noteiou
nie hi ma oiiiCsi Ol IU iiCKi"r uj tuo im-ivuutk
Mml UUtrltt, Oregon, ai follows to-wlt;
Itefffnnlnir at corner No. 1 whence the V. H.
in in. looatlon monument No 3 for Ilohemla DUt.
beaia a B dev in In w 73.1 feet, 8 team boat creek
hcaneaittO feet, a Hr40na ill am bears north
fi feet, and a fir 1H lm dlam heari a 7U detf w 21
feet each blazed and scribed 1 601 bl tnence a
idegl7in.il wore feetlu corner o2 tnence s
Irluifininln ui lai'lfaat ,nnnrnr Kn II llianf n
79de21mlii w4M. feet to corner No 4 thence
aegil mfii o 307.3 to comer No A thence n ii dec
fiUiulue J0JI 3 feet to corner No 1, and placeot
n iu nil n b ntj . t imi in corner nuu, iiionr mtM
tje((iniiiinf, containing; jo, ub acres .ocuieu in
what Is known as tbe Steamboat lltfglii(rif on
uniurveved land about 17 miles south of the U
S location monument iet In mineral survey No
IttD.on UrouhO Mountain, Ilohemla District, and
Unbout s4 dtg el7mllei from HoheinU l'oit
Urllce, Oregon. I
inereare no conniciinK or muiuiuiuk cibhus
except the name unknown placer claim ro
eeniijr iiiuu aujuiuinK uii hid iiui.u.
Aiivanil nil tjir.ftns pliilinitll. aUVeriUllV the
above described land or any portion thereof
ire nereur nonnea la me moir w,,nwi;,.nu,
n tut. fiincH within the next sixty days follow
ing the date if this notice, eud should they fall
lo do ao thev will be barred by the provision, ol
law. .
$-20 J.T. IHIIDOKS, Register.
Garden needs) In
bulk nt Kakln&
Ilrlstow.
Notice is herebv iriven that in com-1 ol f.ugene, bounty ol Ijine,
Kllmw-i. urllli II, e iirnvlHlmiH of tin, net nf Oregon, has this ilny llleil In tl
i'nitre nf jiinn a. IR78 pnililwl " A n , office his sworn statement No. 450(1.
...I fnr 11,., .ui,, nl tlml.or Inn.U t Ihn'tllO Illlri'liasO of lllo' SE U Of S('
NOTICE FOR PUIILIOATION.
United States Land Office,
Rosoburg, Oregon, Mar., 10, 1903.
Notlco Is hereby given that In compli
ance with tho provisions of the act of
Congress of Juno 3, 1878, entitled "An
act for tho sale of tlmbor lands In tho
States of California, Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington Territory, ' aa extended
to all tho Public Land States by act of
August 4, 1892,
Edgar E. DcCou,
of Eugene, Co. ot lano, Stato of Oro.
has this day tiled In thlsofftco his sworn
statement No, 4MI1, for U10 purchase
of tho N H N i of Section No
8. Tp 33 8 of Rl W.and will offer proof to
show thattbnlaiid sought la nioro valu
able torlta tlmbor or stone than (or agri
cultural purposoa, and to establish Ida
claim to said land before Marie L. Wnro
US Commissioner at Eugene, Ore., on
Saturday tho Slnl day of May, 1003.
Hominies us witnesses:
James N . Handle, ol Fnlrmotint, Ore.,
Austin Root, of Sprlnglleld, Ore,.
Oeorgo W. Hunter, Henry Sheldon, of
Eugene, Ore.
Any and nil persons claiming adverse
ly tho above-dcscrlled lands aro re
quested to tile their claims In this office
on or before said 33rd day of May, 1003.
J. T. llniiKiKs, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUIILIOATION.
United States Unit Olllce,
Rosoburg. Oregon, Fob. 34, UHKI.
Notice Is hereby given that in com-
Idlauce with the provisions of the act ol
Jongress of June 8, 1878, entitled "An
I act for tho sale
it tlmlH'r lamia in the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada,
i and WnshliigtonTtirritorr,"ua extended
1 to alt the Public Land Stales by act of
, August 4, IS02,
ElUabeth K. Oeruiii,
of Collage Orove. Oo. of Ijiue, Stale of
Ore., has this day tiled in thla olllco her
sworiistntenient S'o tMXtfortlioptircliitsii
of tho W , SW t4 0f Sivtlun No 10
t22 botitli, of Range 3 W. and will offer
proof to show that tho land sought is
nioro valuablu for Its tlmU-r or slonu
' than for agricultural purposes, and to
estaiiiisii tier claim to sain lainl tH'lore
Mario L. Ware, U. S. Commissioner
at Eugene, Oregon, on Thursday the
21st day of May, UHKI.
She names 11s witnesses.
IaiiiIs O. tieriim, Harvey Taylor,
James S. Powell. John Pouell.of Cot
tage tirovc, line Co., Ore.
Any and all persons elnlming adverse
lythe nlmveilescrllieil lands urtv re
quested lo Ille tlirlr claims in thi olllco
on or iM loresiilil .1st ttay 01 .May., ukki.
J. T. llnilMiKs, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUIll.lCATlON.
1 United Slates Uml Ollice,
Rosehurg, Ore., Mar. 10, 1908.
Notice is hereliy given that In com-
111 hi nee with the provisions of tliu net of
'ongroim of June 3, entitled "All
net foi the sale ol iIiiiIht lamls in the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada,
nnd Washington," as extendiHl toall the
Public Ijtml Mites liy act of August 4
ISO '
ERNEST STEEN.
of Two HiirlHirs. Countv ol Uike, Slate
of Minn , tins this day tiled In this olllce
his sworn statement No. 4031 for the
purchase of the S X. NW If.SW NEJJ
ivvt unn i msec .'i ip.-js,oi 11 1
West, ami will offer proof to show
that the land sought is more valuable
cl,llm, purposes, an
lor Its tltulier or stone than lor ngrl
and to establish Ins
rin, to said land liefore Marie L. Ware.
u s.Coinmlssionerat Eugene ,Lnno r
j Ore., on Saturday the 0th day of June,
tuwi,
He names aa witnesses:
l.iuiritz Kverness, of Two Hnrbors,
Ijtko Co., Minn.. Martin t (son, Pcdor
Ophus.of III110 River, Lnue Co., Oie.,
Martin Haagenson, of Eugene, LatioCo.,
Oregon.
Any and nil persons churning adverse
ly the nbove-descriUil lands nre ro
attested to file their ehilnu In this ollleo
on or before said (1th day of June, 1903.
j. 1. liniiKitH Keutster.
NOTICE FOR PUIll.lCATlON.
United States bind OUIce,
Roseburg, Oregon, Mar. 11. 1908.
I Nolb-e is hereby given that In compli
ance with the provisions of tho net ol
I Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An
1 net for the'sale ot timber lands in tho
,.... nl 'iu,..u 11,..,..,.. v...
, nuil Washington Territory," 11s extended
1 to all the Public Itnd States by act of
! August 4, 1592,
I Horace G. Cox.
State of
da
for
ct on
No. 14, Township 23, South, of Range 2
West, and will offer proof to show that
tho land sought is more valuable for Its
limber or stone than for agricultural
purposes, and to establish his claim to
said land before Marie L. Ware, U.
S. Commissioner nt Eugene, Oregon,
on Thursday, the 28th day of May, 1003.
Ho names us witnesses:
Joho Senvey, of Eugene, Lano Co., Ore.,
Austin Root, of Springfield, LnnoCo.,
Oro., Jess Senvev.of Eugene, Lino Co.,
Ore., James N, Riindle, of Fnlrmotint,
LttllC Co.. 0r6,
, Any and all persons claiming udversc
'y tho idioye-descri bed lands are rt.
quested 'utile tlielr cia ms in tins otiicj
on or oeioro sum ntu nay oi may, two,
J. I .llltllioES. Iteglster.
NOTICK FOlt PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office,
Koscbtirg, Ore., Mar. 4.1003.
Notice Is hereby given that In coin
lillance with tho provisions of tho net nf
Congress of Juno 3, 1878, entitled "An
net lor the sale of timber binds in the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington Territory," ns ex
tended to all the I'liblic Lund States by
actof August 4, 1802,
Karl llaldwln,
of Panther. O unty of Lane, Statu
of Oregon, liasthisdiiy tiled In this of
fice his sworn statement No. 45G3 for tho
purchase of tho Kj K !Scc No. l-'inTp
L'OSof Ilnngo No. 7 w.and will offer
proof to show that tho land sought is
more valuable for its timber or stone
'.ban for agricultural purposes and to
(dnblish his claim to said land beforu
alarioL. ware, U.-S, Commissioner at
Kugone, Oregon, on Saturday the 30th
day of Muy, 1003.
He names as witnesses.
Frank Crenshnw, John Hooker,
Charlie Shuw, of Panther, Luno Co,,
Ore., George W, Hunter, of Kugcne,
Lano Co,,dru,
Any and all iiersons claiming adveiso
ly the above described lands are re
quested to lllo tholr claims In this ofllco
on or beforo said 30th day of .May, 1
1003.
J. T. llniiiaKS, RKaisTEit,
ADMINISTRATORS. NOTICK.
Notice Is hereby given that the understand!
Iiaa been appointed by the County Court ol the
State ol Oregon for l.a no County, administra
tor ol the estate ol John 8. Mansflcldtlecoased.
All persona having claims against said estate
are hereby required to present the same to me
properly verified, as by law ieiulred, at th
ujutaujj, a, i oiiiiK in ootiage drove, Lane
Co., Oregon, within six months from the data
hereof.
Dated thlO 27th day ol February, loos.
KODOLfii M. Puns, Administrator ol
state ol John 8. Mansfield, deceased,
the
NOTICE FOR PUIILIOATION.
United States Uml Oftlce,
Rosoburg, Oregon, Mar., 34, 1903.
Notice la hereby given that in compli
ance with the provisions ol tho act of
Congress ol Juno 3, 1878, entitled "An
act for tho sale of timber laud In tho
Stutes of California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Torrllory,'' as extended to
nil tho Publlo Lund States by art i( Au
gust 4, 1802,
. GENEVA H. 8EAVEY,
of Eugene, Co. ol Lano, State ol Ore,,
baa this dav tiled In thlsofflco her sworn
statement ffo. 4717, for the piirchnsnnl
tho : NKi, 8W4 NE'fAHII'i NWjj
of Seo No. 14 Township 238. ol ll 2 W.
and will offer proof to show that tho him!
sought la mora valuable for Ita timber or
stouo than (or agricultural purposes, anil
to eslnbllsli her claim to said land before
Mario L Ware, U n Commissioner at
Eugene, Oregon, on Monday, the
8th day uf Juno, 1003.
Shu names as witnesses 1
Jess Senvey, John II . Seavov, Tom E.
Senvey.of Eugene, Umo Co., Ore., Ma
rlon liavis, of Cottage Grove, Lime Co.,
Ore.
Any and nil persons claiming adverse
ly the above-described lands ate re
quested to lllo their claims In this 0IIU0
on or More said Hlh day ol JumT, 1903,
J. T. IbitiHiKs, Register.
NOTION 1'OU PUIILIOATION.
United States Uml Office,
, llosebiirg, Ore., Mar. '-'Mil, UHKI,
Notlco Is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of the net ol
Congress otjiino 3,1878, entitled ''An
net lor the sale of tluilx'r lauds In the
Stales of California, Oregon, Nevada ami
Washington Territory," ns oxtended to
all tho Public IjiihI States by act of Au
gust I, ISO'.',
KI.Sli; M. II ALL.
of Tho Dalles, Co ot Wasco, StatuofOre,,
has this dav tiled in this olflco hersworn
statement No. 47Ufi. for the purchase of
thoN , N vot Section No. l'J ill Town
ship No. 1".' S, Itnngo No. -' W, and will
offer priNil to show that the laud sought
is more Valuable for its timber or stiiiiu
limn for iigricliitiirnl purpn.es, nnd to
eslatilish her claim to said laud before
Marie L. Ware, U.S. ('oiumissloiivr ut
Kiigem-, Oregon, on Monday the loth
day nf June, 1003.
Shu mimes as witnesses :
J. 1. Palmer, of Cottngo Grove, Lmu
Co., Oregon, J W Pnrrlsii, of Jefferson,
Marion Co., Ore., K. A. Tripp, Clark
Dehcrentix, of Kugcne, aio Co , Ore.
Any ami all persoiisciaimlug adverse
ly the ahuvc-dcscrilxil hunts aro no
nnested to Ille their claims iu thin olflco
on or Ix'furcsahl Ifilh day of Juno, UHKI.
J.T. llnilMiKs, Iteglster.
NOTICK l'OK PUULICATION.
I'liltcl States Umd Olllce,
ltosxbiirgOre.. Mar. 18. HHW.
Notice is hereby given that In com
tillaniv wltli Hie pruvisioiis of the net of
Coiigrins of June 3, 1878, entitled "An
act lor the sale of timber lands In the
Stales ol I'alifiirnia. Oiegun, Nevada.
and Washington Territory," as extend
ed to all tho Public Uind States by act
of August 4, 1802,
llKltN'Altl) TItVtlSTAI),
of Ilohemla, Co, of,l)ougliis. State of Ore.,
tins this day llleil in this ofllco his sworn
slnlenient. No -HI III for the purrluiso of tliu
W H KU iK-ltig wit 'J and SW Nli ji,
WKSKl-tof Seo No. 2. Township SO
South, of Hnnge 8 West, nnd will
offer proof to show that the land
sought la more valuable for Its tluflier or
stouo than for agricultural purposes,
nnd to establish his claim to said land
beforo Mario L. Ware, U. 8. Cumtuls
slorcral Ktigene, Initio Co, Oregon, on
Wednesday the 10th dny of June, 1003.
He names us witnesses:
Grorgo Luce, 1! J Pettlt, ol Alma, Ijinu
Co, Ore., G (i Gral.nm,of Ilohemla,
Douglas Co., Ore., Herliert A. Cox, of
Alma, Lano Co., Ore.
Any and all persons claiming a
vcneiy tho above-described hinds mi
requested to file their claims in this
olllce on or before raid 10th day of June,
1003.
J . T. IlKliRits, Iteglster
MOIIAIH AND WpOL WANTED
We are In the market for iiiiilmlr
and wool. Ho sure and sou iim before
you sell and Ret prices. (Inriniiii,
Hemenway Co.
NOTICK FOR PUIILIOATION.
United States Land Olllce,
noseburg, Oregon, Mar., 10, 1003.
Notice Is hereby given that in comnli-
anco with tho provisions of tho act of
Congress of Juno 3, 1878, entitled "An
act for tho sale of tlinlwr lands In the
States of California, Oregon, Novuda,
and Washington Territory, "ns extended
to all tho Publlo Land States by act of
August 4, 1802,
Henry D. Sheldon,
of KtigenoCo. ol Lane, Stale ol Ore. has
this day filed in tills olllco his sworn
statement No. 4502, for tho purchase of
the S N of Sec. No. 4. Tp 23 S, of
Itunco 2 Wist, and will offer nroof to
show that tho hind sought Is more
valuable for its timber or stone than for
agricultural purposes, and to establish
ins claim to said land ijeloro Mario L.
Ware. U. 8. Commissioner at Ku.
genu, Oregon, on Saturday the 23rd day
of May, 1003.
llo names ns witnesses:
James N. Handle, of Fnlrmotint. Ore.,
tistln Hoot, of Snrimilleld. Oreson..
Carl C.Itice, George W. Hunter, of Ku
gene, Ore.
Any and nil persons claiming nilverso
ly tho ahovo-descrihed lands aro rn.
quested lo tile their claims in this olllco
on or before said 23rd day ot May, IWI.'l.
J. T. IliiinuHH. Register.
NOTICK FOU PUIILIOATION.
Dulled Stales Lind Offiee.
ItoBtibiirg, Oregon, Mar. 12,1003.
Notice Is herebv given that I 11 emu.
lillance with the provisions of the net of
t'ongiessof Juno 3, 1878, entitled "An
net for tho sale of timber laud in tho
Slates of California, Oregon. Nevada,
teiulcd to nil the I'lilillo Lainl Stules by
nctof August 4, 181)2, Mary K. Cowan, of
Liigeno, County of Lune, Stnto of Ore
gon, has IhiHilnv filed iu (his office her
syvoriistalement No. 4000 for the pur-
mm , iiniiiiiuiuii lerrnorv. us ex
ciuise ot ine ti of Sec No. I, Tii i'l, B
of Range No,2 West ; ami will ollerprool
-I"" oiuo soug'ii is iiioio va
mililefor Us timber or stone tlinn (orag
riciiitiirn miriiiweM iiiiil i,, ,,.ii,iiui. i,.
cluliii to suid laud befoio JlnrloL Waro
U 8 Commlsslonerm Kugene, Lano Co
Oregon, on Mombiv. ilm it ,Im ..i
June. 1003.
She mimosas wlll.eaueur
James N Riindle, of Kairnioiint, Liinu
Co., Ore., Austin Root, ol Sprlnglleld,
lano Co., Oio., Goorgo W llunler.of
iviigcno, i.uneCo., Ore., Alvln J Per-
Kins, oi urow. Mine Uo,, Ore.
Any and nil persons claiming adverse
ly the above-described hinds uro re
quested to file their claims lit thlsofflco
on or beforo said Utility of June, 1003,
J. T. Hiiidueb, Register,
Shoe nt less than cost. N. 13. K.
neii'e.
NOT10K FOU PUIILIOATION.
United States Land Offlcri,
Itosobtirg, Ore,, Apr. 4, 1003.
Notice Is hereby given that In compli
ance with tho provisions of the act of
Congress ol Juno !l, 1878, entitled "An
Act lor tho sale of Timber Lands In the
Slates of California, Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington Tcriltory," as ex.
tended to nil the Publlo Uml States by
actot August 4, ICD2,
MA11V L, KK8TLY.
nf Kugene, Co. of Lane, Statu of Ore
gon has this day Hied in this officii her
sworn statement No, 4802, for the pur
chase of tho NW 1-4 Seo 34 Tp 10 8 of It
f W and will offer proof to show that
land sought Is nioro valuable for Its
timber or stone than for agricultural
piirtHises.and to establish her claim to
said land beforo Marlu L. Warn, U. S,
Commissioner nt Kugene, Lane Co, Ore
gon, on Tuesday the 23rd day of June,
UKVI.
She names ns witnesses :
Frank Davis, of lirane, Initio Co.,
Ore., Andrew J. Smith, of Kugene,
ltne Co., Ore., Charles Simpson, of
1irane, Oregon, Clair l.uckey, of
Kugene, l.aiieCo., Ore.
Any ami all persons claiming ml
versely the nhovc-ilcscrllH'd lauds are re
quested to lllo their claims In this olllco
on or before said 23rdday of June, 1003,
J. T. IIiiiisiks Itrgbter.
NOTICK I'OUPIUILIOATION.
United States Laud Olllce,
Hosebiirg.Oiegon, May II, UHKI.
Notice Is hereby given that in compli
ance with the provisions of the act of
Congress of June 3,1878, entitled "An
net for the sale of timber lands in tho
Slates of California, Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington Territory," as extended
to all the Public Uml Statin by act ol
August 4. 1802,
CHAltLKH II. PKAIICK,
of Kugene. County nf ljine, Stato
of Oiegun, has this day II hi I iu Ihlsofllc
his sworn statement No. I'd 37. for tho
purchase of the Lota 4, A, t) and 12
of See 2. Tp 22 South, of It 2 W. and
will oiler proof to rhow that the laud
sought is more valuable for its timber
or stone than or agricultural purposes,
and lo Kstiihlish his claim to said land
U'foro J. J. Walton, V . S. Commis
sioner at Kugene, Oregon, on Satur
day, tho 1st day of August, IIHlH.
Ho names as witnesses:
John D. Palmer, of Collage ( rove,
Line County, Oregon; Jerry Dammoii,
of Cottage Grove, Lane Co., Oicgon, Ma
rion Davis, .Sain letil, of Cottage Grove,
I m Co., Oregon.
Any and nil persons claiming adverse
ly tho iibovc-iltwcrlliod hinds are re
quested to Ille their claims in this ofllco
on or Ih'Ioio said 1st day of August, 1003.
J. T. lltiitHiKs. Itrgisler.
NOTICK I'Olt PUULICATION.
United States Uml Olllce,
Hoacburg, Oregon, Mar. 10. IIHM.
Notice Is hereby given that in compli
ance with the piovlsiuiis of tbe net of
('filigree ol June .'I, 1878. entitled "An
act for the sale of IIiiiIht lamls in the
Klatea of California, Oregon, Nevada and
Wnslilngton Territory," ns extended to
all the Public bind State, liy act ol Au
gust 4. 1802.
LAUIHTZ KVi:ilNIS,
ofTwollarlnir.Coof Iike.Stateof Minn,
bus this dav llleil in this olllce his sworn
slaleini-ut No. 4ll'IA, for Die pun-liasc of
the K . NK ,', SW NL ; A NK l: .- K u
ntScc No. 2d, Twp. 22 S of It I West
will offer proof to show that the
land sought Is nioro valuable fur Its
timber or stone than for ngiiculliiral
purposes, and to cstublWh his claim to
aid land Indoro Marie I.. are. U. 8.
Commissioner nt Kugene, ljine Co., Ore.
on Saturday, the llth da) of June., UHKI.
He names as witnesses:
Krnest Slcen, of Two HnrlHirs l-kc Co.
Minn.. Martin Olson, IVdcr Ophus.of
Itlue ltlver, Lane Co., On-gon, Martin
Haagenson, of Kugene, Mine Co., Ore.
Any ami all persons churning adverse
ly the ahove-dcecrilicd lands are re
quested to tile their clniun. In this olllce
on or before said Dili day of June, 1MI3
J.T. IIhii'ioks, Register.
Uluo print mops of any township
In RoHobiirK, OreKon Lund District,
Nliiiwlnirall vncnnt IuiiiIh fur r0ctH.
eiich. If you want any Infornuitlon
from tho U. S. Lnnd Olllce, addresH,
Title (luiiniiiUf & Loan Co., Ruso
liurK, Ore.
NOTICK FOR PUULICATION.
United Slates Land Olllce,
Roseburg Ore., Mar. II, 1003.
Notlco is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of the act of
Congress of Juno 3. 1878 villi tied "An
act for tho snloof tlmlcr lands in tho
States of California. Oreeon. Nevmln.
and Wnshltigton Territory. "as extended
loan IIIO l-lllllio l.llllil hi a ten liy act Of
August 4, 1802,
IIKNRY (!. SCI1LKKF,
of Cottngo Grove, Co. of Lano, Stato
of Oro., has this day filed In this
olllco his sworn statement No. 4603. for
tho purchase of the N H NK If of
Section No. 31, Township 21 South, of
Rangu.l West and will offer proof to
show that tho hind sought Is mora
valuable for Its timber or sfno than or
agricultural puriuises, mid to establish
his claim to said land beforo tho Iteg
lster and Receiver of this olllco ut Rose
burg, Oregon, on Thursday the 23rd day
of July, 1003.
Ho names us witnesses:
A L Woodnrd. William Klmlm!, D. 0.
Iliiiiglimnii. J (J A Young, ot Cottngo
Grove, Oro,
Any and all persons clnimingn.lvurso
ly tho iihovo-dcscrihcd hinds are ro
quested to file their claims In this ofllco
on or beforo snld 2Jrd duy of July., 1003.
J. T. Ilminihs, Register.
NOTICK FOR PUIILIOATION.
United States Land olflco,
mweiiurg, urn.. Mir. II. luua.
Notice is In
Iieieby given that In con
Jilinncu with the provisions of tho net of
Congress ol Juno 3, 1878, entitled "An
A el mr II, i ui, I,. ..I 'PI I 1.. I..
bt", ' "Hfornla, Oregon, Nevada,
and V, ashliigloii Territory," ns oxtondod
to nil tho Public I d States by act of
August 4, 1802.
LKVI GHUH
of Ixindoti, Co. of Lime, Stnlo of Oro.
mis mis iiayuiciiin thlsofflco his sworn
't'doinent No. 4010, for tho ptirahaso of
t io SW V4 8W1-4, Lot 4 of Seo No. 80,
lowiiH ilp 22 South, of Range B West
and will ofljr p-oof to show that the
and sought Is tno-o vnliinblo for Its
timber or st r.a than lor iigrlrmltura
purposor, ,.n, to esinbllsh his claim tt
sa d .niul tin. Iteglster and Receiver oi
this olllco ut Itosuhurg, Oregon
on l'rlday tho 2lstday of Atiguet,1003.
He nnmcs us witnesses:
John Powell, of Cottage Orove, Lane
Oo., Ore,, John Overhulser, Lawronoo
Moxlev, Wlllliini Lively, of London,
uineCo.,Ore.
Any ntld ull nuisnnu rlnlmlni. uil
versely tho nhovo-dosorlhed anils are
renuestcd to ill., i)i..t niui,5 t 11,1.
?'iriSu " or JOfore llli!lt lly l Aug.,
J.T. Ilniuaxs, i!fl,tcr.