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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1903)
J. E. YOUNG
Offlc. on Main meet, Welt M1
COTTAOU GUOVH, ORl!
L. T. ilarrli. A. 0. Wooileoek,
WOODCOCK & HARRIS,
gpeeUl attention Klvcn lo the Uw .1 MInw.
J. S MEDLEY
Allornoy-at-Law o o o
! orflreon Main atreel :
C.OTTAGK GKOVlt, ORK.
A. H. KING
Attorney, a I fl-uw,
VOTTA !!?, a HOVE, OUK.
J. a JOHNSON and F. . EBY
Special attention glen to MlnlnjMXirporallon
ml Mercantile 1a.
om over Oarniaii A lle-.ieinaajr'a.tore
COTTAGE GROVE. ORE.
Common Rough Lumber
H. C. MADSEN,
Repairing at reasonable eaarirea.
All work guaranteed tnMitM,
Watches, Cloela and Jcelrrat Lownt Price.
COTTAGE GROVE, OKE.
BARKER & PERMAN
DEALERS IS FINE
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
Main street. Collate OroT. -.
Residence rhooe No. 2M Office Phone 15.
J. E. HOSMER,
niYSICUS and 6UROE0N
Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat a Specialty
Office hour from 9 to 11 a ro from 3 to 5 p m
Sunday from 12 to 3 p m.
OSre in Madien BaUding. Main street,
COTTAGE GROVE. OREGON.
The First National Bank
CoTTAGK GROVK. ORK.
Paid ij Capital, $25,000.00
Money to loan on approved security.
Exchanges sold, available anv place
n theUnited states
Nothing has ever equalled it.
Nothing can ever surpass it.
A Perfect For All Throat and
Cure : Lung Troubles.
Money back If It fails. Trial Bottlet free.
J. J. WALTON 8 P NESS
U. S. Coromlmloner Notary Public i
"Walton & JS3 ess
Practise In State and Federal Court,, Work In
0. S. Land Office. Entrlea made and proofs
visit DR. JORDAN'S g-iat
MUSEUM OF AKATOMY!
f OBI MARKET 1., SAN FRANCISCO. CAL
Id tti World.
artatut attraction in CM CVy. A 1
toci.dtrful HyMor vUilor$. Q
ddisue,pualllTljcnrdbr w I
the oldtwt bpeolatltst on tb IaoU1o
'kjftit, KtblUb.iMyn. A I
DR. JORDAN-PRIVATE DISEASES 1
TuuHfr men and tufildl
Ktl turn who Hra utTtrltif A
from tb i1cia of youthful indi r
crvimna or eimw m mturr fc
rrtL NrviiiiiitidphVfiUMi ittrbliity.Iui. F
liuirno.T, jim jiiiw in tin .compil-
1 olloiii; HicrinHltirrtira, ln)i(nur- s 1
rliwn, Clwiiorrli, (atlrtrt, Frrfiurnc i
i ir llrluulliiar. rln. iir m. rnn:hln.rlnM At A
rfmvtl(M, otsrvut t umtlvfl rower, Vm Iiottor "
i liAHtoarntiiJvtl i. in trrittm'r,t tliftt It nol A
only fTord Inim-dloU nlbf, but ptrmaiient r
core. 'tli Ian tor doci not claim to rnfurin a
mlrcl-, t-ut it well known to b a lair and r
Guara -iel.m nnJ feurfffoti, rre-mUieai a
blpe u t)lanr of nrn, fl
HYI'II I M H ihuroujthlr "ndl. "ted from
tba Bystiu u'inut tlio umfif Jlei fir,., a
Ti-iir flitt'i hy an r.trt Itndlrnl
nir for ftulur4. A qnt-'lc and radical A
urttat 'aui aud Fllulte,by "
Ut, JordAn'i fpocll pnlnleet roethitdi. A
i:Vi;itY MAN arplrlngtou-wlUrlFe
wrhivtt vpinto'ivt JiiiconipUI.it. A
Haw.a Uunr mtn a JVAITIVS CUBS tn
$wry eat wfttrtnx.
C'lnttiitAtl'in it 10 K andttricttrprlTat
CHARGES VERY BXASOA'A BL&
Traatment naraonallr or by Utter.
Writ fr Hook, IMIII-01irT OF '
H AltOlACJi;. M.iLlDrill. (ATaJsaUai
CM. JORDAN & CO 1051 Uarkt tt, i. P.
tho man who wears
Heat "lb tl -"",'"?!
7.Vir" u not at oetiera
aciid for catalogue.
I Items of
For Farm, Field
Plain nml I'mrllriil lllrrcOona Tor
fieltlnrr lint l.iplr Trw.
We first set what 1 011 the sighting
stakes. 152 In nil for n double row all
nrouml a nine aero flehl. says V. I.
C haniberlnln In Ohio runner. We took
for each stake two pine fence laths.
by Hi Inch by 4 feet; nuarpeneil one,
planed the other. nailed the twiy to
gether with two shingle nail drlvt
slanting, lapping the laths one fost ro
as to make the stakes sove.ii feet lows.
The top half Is planed so as to make
It more easily seen forty rods off.
With good tape lino begin, say, at the
southeast writer of tho Held (w Fig.
LATINO OCT AX ouciiAnn.
IV, measure Just one rod from the south
line of the lot and set the llrst stake
quite close to the cast line; second stake
two rods north of that, and so on north
ward across the east side, and so on
for the other three sides, end trees
one rod from line; other trees two rods
apart We set the planed side of the
stake toward the Held. Theu I stand
outside the tlrst stake on the east line
and sight across to the tlrst stake ou
west side, with a man and n loose
take about four rods from each of
these two line stakes. I wave with the
hand, north or south, to the further
man until his stake Is set In exact Hue;
then the same to the uenrer man. Then
all more north two rods and sight and
set stakes as before, and so ou until the
sighting stakes are all set in the four
Inner rows, each two Inner stakes In
exact line with the two corresponding
The tree stakes are made as follows:
Saw old free splitting pine boards Into
eight Inch lengths and with a sharp
hatchet sharpen each stake with one
blow and then split it off with another
blow, as thin as It will split well. Tor
nine acres you will want 720 of these,
two for each tree. Now take n basket
ful of these setting stakes and take for
a sighting pole a straight rako handle,
long enough to reach from the ground
up to your eye and pointed nt tho lower
end, and begin, say, at the southeast
corner. Move and sight both west and
north until you are in exact line with
the three stakes west of you (one rod
north of south line) and with the three
stakes north of you (one rod west of
the east line). Hold your sighting pole
plumb, move It into exact line both
ways, press) It down and set a setting
stake firmly in the hole made by the
sharp end of your sighting pole. Drop
one loose setting stake clore by the one
set in the ground, for future use. Now
move two rods westward and sight
west and north as before and set and
drop two setting stakes, and so on to
the end of that row of trees. Then
mnvo txvn rn.la nnrihn-arit nloiur the
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total m)on 3tntc
Opens for the work of the year on Sept. Mtli,
The school is well equipped for its partic
ular line of work. Excellence is the motto of
the School. Four courses, a Training De
partment of fine grades, tuition uniform with
other Normal Schools, pleasant surroundings,
best of influences, excellent accommodations in
boarding halls or private families. Students
lmry enter at any time and find work suited to
their needs. Young people desiring to fit them
selves for teachers, or for College, or those desir
ing a good education for business life will find
what they need here.
Address CENTIIAL OREGON STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
W. H. DCinDStcr, Pres.
KIVOWIiKS & GETTYS
...The Miners Supply House...
Our Motto: Good Goods for Low Prices.-ifc
General Merchandise, Miners' Tools and Ammunition
and Garden. j
west side (where you then ntv) and set
the setting stakes for the second row ,
of trees from the south, and so on for
the entire field. j
Let the setting board be about six
feet long and st Inches wide, llore tin l
Inch and a half hole midway of the ,
width near each end and In the middle
of Its length. Saw In to this lnt. tank ,
Ing It horseshoe shape, as shown In rig ,
2. riace this setting board with the ,
horseshoe toe against the setting stake,
stick the loose stake Into the ground at
oil" end hole, pull the middle stake and
stick It In nt the oilier end hole, then
remove the board and dig the hole for
the tree about three feet in diameter
and about it foot deep, and with lis
ceuter Just where the setting stake
When you are ready to set the trees
place the end holes of the setting
board over the two setting stakes, with
i the heel of the horseshoe toward tho
south, and move the trunk of the little
apple tree up snug to the too of the
horseshoe, and the base of the tree
will be exactly In line In all directions.
The trees shotikl be set leaning slight
ly toward the prevailing winds.
1 Concf rnlnsr Com I'rlcea.
I With a crop of writ 500,000,000 bush
els less than that of last year In pros
' pert many people are Jumping to the
I conclusion that price for Hint grain
will be proportionately higher tbnu
i they are now. Therefore, they reason,
this will be a better year to sell euro
than to feed It. Com may be higher
than It Is now, for the crop Is not safe
yet. but the etTect of the lessened yield
iv Ihmi discounted 'n market.
as Is shown by the present high price
level. Furthermore. It Is very likely
that much less corn will be needed
titan last year. Not so much stock will
be fed, nor will so much of the crop be
devottxl to replenishing the reserves,
which were practically exhausted when
the last crop was harvested. I'ndcr
these wndlttons. unless there Is great
damage to the crop by early frost, It Is
well not to expect too much of corn
prices, advises National StorktuAn.
llarreatlQar (he Colorado Onion Crop.
The onion harvest Is commonly begun
by the 15th of September, and the crop
Is" usually out of the field by the middle
of October. Harvesting should begin
promptly when the bulbs are mature,
as is Indicated by the withering of tho
tops and the yellowing of the nocks.
The onions are pulled by hnnd and
thrown into windrows,. where they are
allowed to remain for several days to
cure. After the curing process is com
plete tho bulbs are topped, sorted anil
sacked. Topping Is done by cutting off
the tops about halt an Inch above the
bulb, care being taken to make n
' smooth, clean cut and not to Injure the
1 outer coverings. If more Is left on It
detracts from the nppearanco-nud If cut
closer the bulb is likely to be Injured.
In Colorado the onions arc sorted
and sacked In the field, making but one
grade. The small and unmarketable
bulbs, together with the scalllons. are
I left on the ground. Gunny sacks hold
ing about 100 pounds are the only
packages used. Ordinarily damage by
, rain is not feared after the onions are
' sacked, but if they do become wet
they should be left In the field until
dry. The sacks should tie turned as
oon as the tops are dry In order that
the bottoms may have equal chance to
dry out. This Is especially true If tint
ground Is wet. The growers do not
usually attempt to hold their crop, but
haul It directly to the car or to the deal
er's warehouse. All onions should be
I out of the field by the 1st of November.
I -Wendell I'addock.
RENEWING THE RANGE.
The Vnrlnna Merita ol the lltne Joint
and tbr lluflnlo llrnaaea.
The value of grama, or buffalo grass,
on tho range Is well known. Concern
Ing two other grasses of great Impor
tance In tho renewal of the ranges J.
W. llhinkenshlp of Montana ays
The blue Joint (Agropjron splcntmu
and related species) Is one of these, ,
and Its value for hay and for grnslng
Is too well known to need mention.
This Is found throughout most of the
plains region ami occurs In low ground ,
mainly, where there Is not too much
alkali, and forms tho best native hay
lands of this region. Where It la too .
wet it is drowned out and replaced by
wire grass, rushes ami sedges. In the
drier situations Its placo Is taken by ,
other dry land species. This makes
the best hay on the market, and the I
only thing that prevents It from be
wmtng a lending grass lit cultivation
Is Its relatively thin distribution and
wnsciitiently small yield. It spreads
freely by underground shools and can
StatHl U gWHI lllUIMIIIl i (
a variety has not yet tieou found that i
will alTord a growth sufficient to com I
pete with tlmoilij, alfalfa or chucr
Its chief economic use is to niinni n
wild hay on uncultivated ground where
Irrigation Is not possible. It is prou
able that by cMwrlineutnl cultivation
wo may Hod a variety or secure one
by selection that will become one of the
tuiHirtaut hay crops for the arid re
gions. There is a grass worthy of mention
because Its value has been long and
well tested In the plains of Nebraska.
Kansas and Texas and because Its hab
Its approach closely those of the grama '
or bulTnlo grass, w Ith which it has been
often confused. This Is the true buffil
lo grass, or the "little buffalo grass"
(Itulbllis daclyioldcsl, as It Is some
times called to distinguish It from the
grama. This Is now spreading Into the
I state from the southeast. It Is smaller
and even closer sot than the grama
grass, and Its fruiting stalks are not ,
half as high. It spreads In the same
way. by runners lying close to the
ground and rooting nt the Joints, but 1
these runners are much longer than In
the grama, and csnseciuently Its spread i
should be much faster.
These three grasses seem to offer a
solution for the exhausted ranges of ,
the slate, for the Inst two nt least can-1
not be killed by ordinary pasturage !
and furnish far more and better forage I
than the common range grasses.
DOES IT PAY TO IH'Y CHEAP? j
A clionii remedy lor coughs and colds'
isall right, but vou want something
that Kill reheiu and cure the more
severe and dangerous lesults of throat'
and lung troubles. W hat shall you do? ,
Go to a warmer and more regular cli-.
mitU? Yes, if possib'e: il not K'ihle
for vou, then in either care take tnu
oM-v renuily that has Uvn Introdiiceil
in all civilucii countries n un success in
severe tliroat and lung troubles "llo
rcheo'n German Svrnp." It not only
heals and stimulates tho litem's to de
strov the germ direa,e. but allays In.
Humiliation, catnes easy oxpectoratlon,
gives n goixl uighl's real , and cures the
p.itii'nt. Try ovk bottie, lEccom
mcnileil many vcars by all di nggils in
tho norld. Von cm get this irliahle
retneilv at (iiirmati llcmcnnay Co.
Price '.Tic unit "fto.
Yes, August Flower still has tlio lit r
L'i'Ht sale of nuv medicine in tho eivi
lined world. Your mothers' and grand
mothers never thought o( using any i
thing else for Iintigcotionor Ililioiisners,
Doctors eru scarce, and they reliloni
heard of Appendicitis, Nervous" Prostra
tion oi Heart failure, etc. They nscil
August Flower to clean nut the system'
and Mop fermentntion of undigested
food, regulate tho action of the liver,
stimulate tho nervous and organic ac
tion of tho system, nml tluit is all 1 1 icy
took when feeling dull and bad with
, headaches and other aches. You only
I need n few doses of Oreen's August
I Flower, in liquid form, to make you sat
isfied there is nothing seiiotisthe mat-
ter with you. You can get this reliable ,
I remedy at Uarman t llcmenwny Co.
! Price iUcanil 75c,
NOTICE FOR PU1II.ICAT10N.
Land Office at Itoohurg, Oregon,
October IS, 11)0:1,
Notice is hereby given that the follow
iiig-uanicd settler lias filed noticu of his
intention tc make final proof in sup
port of his claim, and that Hnld proof
will be mailo before Itegister and Re
ceiver U S Land Office at Roscbiirg.
i , s, 9, io, sec o, Twp 22 s u 2 w.
llo names tlio lollowing itituesses to
prove his continuoiiH resideiicn upon
and cultivation of suid land, vir. :
, I'C r-iuith, W M Van (ioidon, .1 W
Van Uordon, J Aeksou, of Cottage
I Orove, Oregon.
j. r. imtiiiiKs, iiegiHier.
Advertise hi the Xuyuet.
W. S. Chrisman & Ely Bang's
First Class Turnouts,
CHRISMAN & 'BANGS -
Wall paper. W puper.
Theibeanty of your house depends on the
pat.rn and quality of WALL PA PUR you use.
Tho Inteot pntuniH, tlio beet booiI anil iiiIcoh to milt.
JiiHt reielvcilti, largo Involco of tlicno kooiIh anil wo
tako plciiHuro In hIiowIhk tliom.
If you want the Best
C. J. MILLER,
I Uln.i ril -HKTf r
AHIi HINION MAt.irlla
Mnu HJllaVlT BVftWBiatJi
I'KriHT Tunc S. it Kin i is A iiiii vr
run (nun l'nrtland ' rnoM
Chicago- Milt l..ikc. Denier,1
I'liitlnnd Ft. Worth. Omaha, t.HOp.m,
! :'.lhi. in. Kansas l ily, M.
i inlliiiil- Iaiihs, Chicago nml
ingtoii, ! Eaut.
Atlnntic Suit Ijikc. Denver.
Express 1 Ft. Worth. Onmlin. lOtfOu.m
S :1ft p.m. Kansas City, St.
v i 11 1 1 11 11 1- l.oiii, Chicago and
iugtotu I East.
St.T'nul , Walla Walla. U-w
Fimt Mail' Istnn , Simkaue, 7 -3511. in.
6 p. m Wallace, I'li.lman,
via Minneapolis , St.
Spokane. Paul, Diilntli, Mil
, Miuikee, Chicago o;
11TLAND TO CHI!!
NO CHANGE OF I'AKS.
Tickets east via all mil, or boat anil
rail via l'ortliiiul
ject lo change.
S p. III.
4 p. m.
4 p. m.
Sail every five days.
exSund'y Coi.umdi.i Kivkr
S ). III. ;
SatiinlayiTo Astoria and Way
Hi p. in. 1 Jiiuiings.
I A. Ii. CIIAIO, (Jen. Pasrenger
ASK THE AOENT FOH
Sliokaiie, St. J'mil, DiiIiiIi,
Mlinieiilolin, 67 !(( ,
AND A I.I. POINTS HAST,
KAST TIM IS.
Day Coaches, Palace and Tourist
Sleepers, Dining and Iliilfet,
Smoking Library Cars.
Tr'P IhrouEb the Cascade and,
i Rocky Mountains. I
For full particulars, Hutes, Folders
etc, rail on or address
, ,,.,, T ., .
,J' ' ,r,,'t.ir,.. . ,
I II. DICKSON, C. I. A.!
I22 3a St., fortianu ure.
A. 1!, 0. DKNNISTON.,
' 11 Flrat Areuue,
(i. W. P. A.
and Llaek IJutte SUiges.
Double or Single.
COTTAGE GROVE, ORB.
The Fashion Stables;
Don't forjiet to call at tin
West Side Stoic.
Ivvorytliiiij,' i;irst Class
antl nriocs tlie lowest possible
for liui'i J ratio goods.
West Side Store
Cottage Gove, Oregon.
In ih' i'iti mi I'tnin l tlio mala of orriuii,
dr Uiiivi'oiint) I
t II Mo.lcr. I'Ullltllt,
I Mils VI Vf....1r Ilatfitii.
To I iMif M Moiier, tiif niHite-iiHiniHi up
(rn.lmit. In il.oh-.i-ir of Ibr -IMP of On-Run, jrmi fttfl
1 hcrctiy tmnnminrtl ih1 twitilrwl to n'K'r mm
Knrr lb- ftniiplHlnt Ulrl mkiUI )'" I"
niiivit ritmiiM rourt mm okhhj wumii n
vrtk (mm Ihi IkIi nf In flr-l ,it!.nrt.uo w
itil. iniimuii.. ami (t ymi tail to wl ami
an er a. hariili tnililrnl, lor want lliptr.il,
i ho rtalniirrnlli aiii
i l-UlllllirHlll Mltl.lV l III., Mill
ri'llrt itrinaliilint 111 lit mnirtaliil. whirl.
i. (it ilr.-r.-o nt Mid i'i.iiii lurr.rf .lla lilini
"" mairimiiii rliliut U-lorrn
puiniirraii.t nrh'iulanl. fur the rate and rna-
l.alv ol the minor rhlld nl I'lallilllT ami llrfrn
tlanl h,M hr.lrr. fur I' attitlff i.-mta atl.1 it
liiirHMitrnt. nt till, vtllt and (or litrh other am)
I fnillirr lelU't aa totlio t'.iurl may a,-m eiill-
Hlili, anil lllll.
Till aniiim.ilia la imtiltaliM nine a wrrk liir
al anrira.llr ..rrka In Itir llitlivmla Nmtart
ncvlily iiew)tnHr pitMliltrd at riiilajtrilriiie,
inrtfMii, ny ornrr u lion- j . in
r in 1 1 '
Jmliieoltlio alo rnllilnl Court
Hci I Mud,
tlie dial lUllillcatlilll of thla alllillliolia la oil
Kr I'lrmltr iPlli, Haw.
NOTICE IOU Ptllll.lCATION.
ljtnd Olllceat Uoreburg, Ore.
Sent IS, UK3.
Notice Is hereby given that lliulollotv
Ing'tininiit selller has filed notice ol his
! 1 1 1 1 L' 1 1 1 1 1 1 111 initku tlniil prtHii in sup.
port ol bis t't.ilm, and I tint said proof
; Mill be made lieforeJ. . I. Walton, U.S.
j Commissioner ut Eugene, Oiegou, on
Saturday, November 7, IIHXI. vli:
1 Cnnrlos Clutndlcr, on II. E. No. hS7l fur
1 the N SW t( Ni hi; if. See. Ill T. IU
S.. It. I w.
lie names the following v Ilncarea tn
1 prove his continuum residrneo upon
and cnttivutii.il ol said land, vie:
III lia II. Parker, ol Dexter, Oicgtm,
JaiiieaCarr.nl .lime. Oregon. Thomas
llnnilsiiker, W. It. Parker, ol .ion, Ore.
J. T. IIhiim.ch, Iteglatcr,
flint is mndc in
AT ALL LCADING DEALE.R3.
0 A ( fl 1,1 I) I. Ifi
(U f K ,
-J J, VV U IJ II II IH'i
Tims Tabic Mo. S
To Take lilTcd on Oct. lOlli, 11)03.
NO. I Dally NO. 2
Kaat K.t f lllnlay, IVrat
A.M. -HTATIONB. A.M.
7:110 . Cotlassdrovu II so
7 ftl aMcii.... II ll
7:6ft t'urrlii Il.nl
1M Corn, Oorilo 0:M
H.0I Hater .. . . U). AJ
H:ll Iiorciia WM
S.I7 Hod llntk 10. Hi
H:JS 8iuiirt .. I0:M
:2H Star IO-a8
8:li) . . ItM-ky I'ulnt .. tu:i
l)V Ar lVllilml l.v . 10-141
Hubjcrt In rliiuiuu iiltlioiit notice.
Alloiitwaril frrlRlit (urminleil only at tlio
Joint risk l ahlpiicr ni,l com.Ikiicc.
Knliilit Mill nut lie rerchi'ilnt tlie O. A H
II.lt. Hi'i'iit nftcr DUO p. in. To Insure
loruaiillng en nut I ruin firliiht inutt Is)
ilelh crnl In ample 1 1 mo In permit of In
JOHN II. I'I!AKS0N3, Ocnrral Manager
NOTICE FOR PUIILICAT10N.
United States Land Olllco.
Roscbiirg, Ore., Aug, .'list, lUO.'t.
Notice is huioby given Unit In com
pliance witli tlio provisions of tho net of
(Join-row of Juno.'l, 1H78 entitled "All
,ct for tlio sale of timber lands in the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territory," as extended to
all tho Public Laud States by act of Au
gust 1, 1BU2,
of Thurston, Co, of l.nno, .Statu of Ore.,
has this day filed in this olilco hcrsuoru
stnleinen t No. TiOOIj for tlio purchase of tho
8 H 8K 1-1, E SW 1-1 of Bee No. .12
iiiTpSIIS., Rango No. 1 West, ami will
olio? proof to show that tho liiml sough!
is moru valuable for its tiiuhcr or stone
1 1 1 mi for agricultural puriiotes, ami lo
establish her claim to snlillaiiil hefoio
J, J. Walton, I) H Commissloiior at
Eugouo,Oregoii, on Saturday tho2lHtday
of November, 1U0II,
Blio nauii's ns witnesses:
Charles L. Austin, Clayborno F.
IlhoiloH, Jcsso Seavy, James Seuvy, of
Kugcuo, I .ami Co., Ore.
Any and nil persons claiming iidvcrao
ly tho nbove-ilcsorlhed lamls nrn re
cjnobteil tu tlio their claims in tlilBofllco
on or before said '-Mat day of Novcmbor,
NOI'HT. mil I'HIII.ICATION.
t'ulled Slates Land (llllcc,
Uonehing, Hie.. Si'pt. ifclli. IlKW.
Notice Is lii'ieby given Unit In com.
ptlnm-o with the provisions ul tint act of
I'oiigrofs of June II, IK7H, entitled "All
act lor the sale ol iIimIht UimIs In Hit)
Stales ol California, Oregon, Nevinln mid
Washington Teirllory, n" exii'imcii to
1 ",.h . . i ., ..i a..
nllll.O niim.' innii riim "j hvhi
f ("ul til uc (liine, Cool Liilie,
(). bus I i a . ay lllisl ill this oirku her
:' Vr' v.. f.;f,ii r tlm nur-
"ttortl staleiiliMil .o. nti'O, tor 11111 pi r
cllll.il ol lllll l.'o M'. xi" "'T"'.'!
J8 iii Tp 20 S, Itange 2 , and will
iinr nioof to slum' that the html sought
is more valuable fur its UwUt or stono
than for agrlclutiirnl piiriswes, and lo
establish her claim to said land hefott)
J. j. Walton, I'. S. CoinuiliMilDiii'r .nt
Eugene, Oiegon, 011 Saturday tlio P.'lli
day of Dee. UHKI.
1 Sim names as iiiliiesM's:
J W Patitab, .1. D. I'ltliii-r. Jiiiiim
llonck, of Ji'ircrmn, Marnui Vm., Oil'.,
Iticliard llreeu. ol Cottage tliove, Uuio
Anv ami all personsclaltiillig advi'ise-
lly tlie above-dracrtlied litnds all) fu
n'uesliil to file their elalina in tills olflco
on or befotesalii l'Jth day of Deo,, 1003a
. J.T. IIhiiiiics. Ri-glsler.
NOTICK l llll PCIILICATION.
t'niteil Hlatea Und Ollilce,
Roaebitrg, Ore . nig. 2(1, ItHW
Notice ia hereby given that Incompli
ance with the prnviaioiia of tlio net of
Coiigreaa of June .'t, 178, entitled "All
Act for the ante of Tiinlier ImiiiIs ill tho
Slates ol Ciilifornin, Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington Territory," as ex
tetidid lo nil the Public 1 .11 in I Stales liy
act of Anguat 4. :D2,
I'll NK A.TI1IPP,
ol l.ugetie, Co, of Ijiiic, State ol O10
g. I. i this dn III11I 111 lliia nlfli'i' his
B..riitiiteiin nt No. Wlfi7, for tho pur
cl.aa. ..I iliu W JajNW l4 Sit-M Tp 20 S of
II 2 W and will oiler prisil lo show that
the land (ought la mine valuable fur lis
timber .11 ainne than for agricultural
pnrpMM audio ealahliali his claim tu
aiinl lilini bciiiti J, J Walton U. S.
Ciiiiiiiiiaaiiiner at Liigeni', Initio I'o. Oil).
ami. mi Tnc. ilm 1 1 iv 2-llli dav ol Nuv.
He 1111 ni- aa witm-arca:
CI nk P. Deveraux, (lidron L. Ml
t'liiiii. lira Wilson, IMitHid Wooil, of
l.iigcne, I urn' Co., Ore.
A 11. v and all perajjiis claiming ail
verrel v the alsiviMlen'riliisI lands ale to
ipicrlisl to file theirelaliiia in thla olliro
on iir before aald 21th day of Nov., HKHI.
J. T. IlKtlM.na Ite'glitcr.
NOIICE I OR PUI1I.ICATI0N.
I'uited States Uml Ollk'c,
ItoFuburg. Oregon. Aug. 12, IV08.
Nntii-K ia hereby given that lit coin-phuui-u
with tho proviaiona of tho act nf
t'iingreas of June II, IS7H, eiitillcd "All
net f.ir the aide of limber lauds In Hill
Sn.i, ol California, Oriunn. Nuvada and
W .isliiugiiiii Territory, " as extended lo
nil the Public l.tinil Stales liv act ol Atl
gliat I, IMI2,
I LAURA A. LOWE
of Eugene, Co of Lane, Stale of Oie.,
Iiiisthls dav Died in this olllco liersworu
'lalemcnl S'o.:M2.l forlliuiiurchaseof tho
will oiler pioof to show that tlio laud
ainight is mine valiialile for lis limber or
1 stone I ban for agricultural purpurea, and
to establish her claim to said land before
.l. .1. Walton, W S Commissioner at
' Eugene, Oregon, on Wciluirday tlin
, 2Sih day of October IWI.'I.
I lie uaiiiesaswitiicsHes:
N. II Martin, . I. W. Patriab, John I).
, Palmer, J. E. Young, Cottngo drove,
I Any nml all persons claiming adverse,
i ly flit iiliove-ilercrilicil Iambi nro rv
ijuesitii io llld tiielr claims In this olllco
onorbefuiu said 2Mb day of October,
J. T. ltiiin(ii:s, Reglntcr,
NOTICE FOR PUI1LICATION.
Uuileil States Land Office,
Iloschiug Oio., Aug. 12, lOII.'l,
Notice is hereby given tluit in com
pilaiico witli the piovisiilns of tho act of
Cougiessof Juno a, 1878 entitled "An
act for the sale of timber lamls In Iliu
Stalls of Callfoiiila, Oiegou, Nevada,
and Wasliiiigtnn Toriitnry,"iisexleii(le(I
toall the Public I. unit Stati-s by act of
August -I, IKU2.
CHARLES W. LOWE
of Eugene, County of Lane, Statu
of Ore., has this day filed in this
olllrti Ills rworu statement No. !H22, for
tho iiurcliase of theLots 11, 20, 21, 22, of
Section No. (1 Township S3 S, Hangu
No. 1 West and will oiler proof to
show that tho hind sought Is moro
valuable for its timber orsfno thnn for
agricultural purposes, and to establish
his claim to said land beforo
J. J. Wiiilou, U, 8. Commissioner, lit
Eugene, Oru., on Wednesday, tho 28lh
day nf October, 1003.
Ho names as witnesses-,
N. II. Martin, J. W, Parrlsh, John I).
Pnlinur,.). E. Young, Cottage t-iove,
Any and all poisons cliilinlng adverse
ly tho aliove-ilepcrlhcd lands aro ro
(iiested to lllo their claims In thla olllco
on or bofoio said 28th (lay of October
J. T. Uiiiikiich, Register,
1IROKE INTO HIS HOUSE.
8. I.i'Qiilnti, ut Cavomlleh, Vt., was
robbed ol his eustoiuary health by In
vasion of Chronic Coin-til atlon. When
Dr. King's Now Life Pills broko into IiIh
house, bis troublu was arrested nml
now ho's entirely cured. Tlioy'ro guar
anteed to cure, 2Co nt Now Urn Drug