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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1904)
H. C MADSEN,
Ilepelrlnf l reasonable enerne a.
All work rnaraateeri llrst-claM.
Weubes, Clocks and Jtelrr Iwesl Mees
OOTrAGK QKUVK, uim.
A. H. ICING
Attorney! nt I.nw,
coTTAaiT, anorn, om:.
J. E. YOUNG
omee on Main street, Weal ?W
COTTAGK GROVi:, ORK.
.1. s. Mcdlov. ' C. Johnson
' Medley j- Johnson,
Office Suite it Jlnuk ltUlg.
Special attention nlven to Mlulng
ami uorpornuoii .
L. T. Hrrl. A. C. Woodcock.
WOODCOCK & HARRIS,
Special attention riven lo the li of Mlnti.
Twenty year cxerleiice. Elne
ntock sale n eclalty. Writa for
dates. W. T. KAYSER,
Cottage Grove, Oregon
BARKER & PERMAN
- PROPRIETORS OF
DEALERS IS FINE-
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
Main street. ColUn (Iron. Ore
Coino nt once and have your holl
day photos taken In time to send to
friends for Chrlstmna. Do not wnlt
till the last moment.
W. F. SllANAF-Kl.T.
Gallery on West Side, opposite
The First National Bank
Cottage Grovk, Orb.
Paid a.J Capital, $25,000.00
Money to loan on approved security.
Exchanges sold, available anv place
n theUnited States
T. C. Which,
READY MADE CLOTHING
Tho London General Merchandlso
Store wish to announce to tho buying
public that they now have u very
complete stock of General Merchandise
which they Intend selling at least 20
per cent below all competition.
We purchase our goods In largo
quantities through Eastern Drummers,
pay cash for all wo buy, have no high
rents, no Insurance rates to pay, and
consequently can sell very cheap.
Think of CLAY Worsted Suits.
High Grado Goods and other lines
of Iteady Made Clothing of Neatest up-to-date
stylo at prices thut will surprise
M. D. Wells Shoes
Our lino of M. D. Wells Shoes nro
tho best wearer on tho market and at
prices that cannot bo equalled.
Try our Hoast Coffees, tho best
flavor and will please you.
SUTHERLAND & GEER,
A. F.. and A. M.
Cottage Grove No, 51. Meets
1st and 3rd Saturday.
Oliver Veatcli, W. M.
I. O. O. F.
Cottage Grove No. 68.
every samraay nigui.
Geo. Comer, 1?. Secty.
w. o. w.
Bohemia Camp No. 260. Meets
every Saturday night.
C. II. Van Denburg. Clerk.
M. W. of A.
Cottace Grove Camp No
Meets first and second
C. W. Wallace, Clerk.
F. of A.
Court Bohemia Mo. 33- Icels
every Friday night.
S. 12. Lauder, Sccly.
Women of Woodcraft.
St. Valentine Circle. Meets
1st and 3rd Tuesdays.
Mrs. C.J. Miller. Clerk.
Emma Colburu Camp.
Meets aud and 4th Wednesday.
Ethel Bisby, Clerk.
K of P
Juventus Lodge No. 4S
every Wednesday night.
Dr. George Wall K. of R
G. A. R.
Appomatax Post No. 34
and and 4th Saturday.
H. C. Dutton, Adjutant.
K. O.T. M.
Cascade Camp No. 66. Meets
Prof. A. L. Briggs. Secty.
L L Hive No 48 .
Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday
Minnie Underwood R.
Meets every 2ud and 4th Mondays.
S. E. Lauder, Secty.
j Order Eastern Star
Cottage Grove Chapter No 4
Meets every 2nd and 4th Fridays
Celia Lurch, Secty.
THE CUTTING QUALITY
of any tool Is always a dsslrable
one, but of equal Importance Is the
power of retaining this quality to ns
not to require too frequent Bharien
Iur. Dy making your purchases of
the Grillln & Veatch Co. you always
receive your money's worth In the
best quality of took and cutlery of
properly tempered steel that Is sure
to hold an edge.
Ills Mid tlmt nothingis stiio except
death ami taxes, but Hint is nut iU
jcthcr true. l)r KIuk's New Discovery
for Consumption la n sure euro ior mi
lung and throat tr ruble. Thousands
. i.wiUv i ilmt Mrs C, 11 Van Me
tro ol Shophci.ltown, m a . says i
hndii sevcroenseol llroncnltis ami tor
a year trlodcverythlnK 1 heard ul, hilt
cot no relief. One bottle ot Dr. kin-:
New Discovery then cured mo abso
lutely." It's Infallible for Croup.
Whooping Cmiirh, Grip. Pneumonia ami
Codsuniptlon. Try it. tl. Kiisraijtced
bv MorSainti ltrelmnl Dni--lst. Irlixl
bottles free. Reg. sine MV, I.IM.
rvtien the Poor Hide In Coaches.
In the east side tenement house re-
ulmi nineties nro associate! Willi only
two th in-s-wodillliKS una lunerai.
Tho conch is an Indispensable feature
of tl- wihMUii:. niul only the very
poorest are burled without the nttend
aih". of n mourultii: conch.
Tho whole block knows when a ned-
dim; Is to take place, ami everybody la
on the watch when the coaeh and p.ilr
come dashing nround the rorner to rv
celve the bride. The vehicle draws up
iK-forc the narrow entrance to a tene
ment and presently Is entered by the
bride, half hidden In her white veil
mid all nodding with orange wreaths,
while n piping crowd look on. The
horses are lushed, tho coach turns an
other corner, and In three tulnutes the
bride Is at the place ot ceremony. The
ceremony over, the coach this time
swallows up both bride and In-ldo
groom. Everybody Is charmed at the
sight. The gossips are busy for n day.
AN OPEN LETTER.
From the I'hapin, S C, News: Early
in the snrini inv wife and 1 were taken
with diarrhoea "and so severe were the
naiiis that we called a physician who
itn-mTibnl for us. but his medicines
(ailed to cive anv relief. A friend who
hul a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy on
hand gave each jf us a dose and went
once lelt the etlVcts 1 procured a
bottle and before using tie entire con
tents we were entirely eured. It is a
wonderful remedy and should be found
In everv household. H C Hailey, Edi
tor. This remedy is tor sale by New-
Odd Street Xitmea.
In Clerkenwell. Kuglaud. there Is a
street called Pickled Egg walk. It
takes Its nurue from 1'lckled Kgg tav
ern, which formerly stood there and
made a specialty of serving pickled
eggs. An Interesting London thorough
fare Is Hanging Sword alley, which
Is mentioned In Dickens' "Tale of Two
Cities." London has also I'lckleher
rlng Btrect In Leicester Is a street
called the Holy Rones and another
called Gallows Tree Gate. Hull has
a street with the extraordinary name,
the Land of Green Ginger. Corydou
has n street named Pump Pall, and
there some years ago lived Peter Pottle.
b dealer In furniture. The most daring
of farce writers might well have hesl
tated to invent a combination of name
and address so Improbable as that
which really belonged to Peter Pottle
of Pump Pall.
Will overcome indigestion and dy
spepsia; regulate tne uoweis ami euro
liver anu Kinney complaints, ii i m
best blood enricher and invigorator in
the world. It is purely vegetable, per
feetlr harmless, and should you be a
sufferer from disease, you will use it if
you are wise.
i; Aimrews. r.uuor ami .mkt
and Rockledge News, Cocoa, Ela, writes:
"I have used your Ilerblne in my
familv, and find it a most excellent
medidine Its effects upon myself have
been a marked benefit. I recommend
it unhesitatingly." 60c. New Era
Itlltlnir It Sltort.
"How lim ran jou tnyi" nked n
hostess who had it-reived an uneipeit
ed visitor iinilly.
"No longer th.in I can help." was the
crisp reply. "I have telephoned to have
my trunk stay at the depot ami to
notify me of the first train I can take
some. So sorry I can't stay longer."
In the spring of 19ul my children
had whooping cough," saoa Mrs D
Cappa of Capps, Ala. "I used Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy with the most
satisfactory results. 1 think this Ib the
best remedy I have ever seen for whoop
ing cough." This remedy keeps tho
cough loose, lessens the aeuerity and
frequency of the coughing spells and
counteracts any tendency toward pneu
monia, ror saie uv " "
He So the engagement Is broken on":
She Yes. He told her he thought
she should stop rending novels and
read something more substantial
something that would Improve her.
She Well, the Idea of n man Intimat
ing to his fiancee that she could bo Im
proved In any way I Philadelphia
GROWING ACHES AND PAINS.
Mrs Joile Sumner, ISremond, Texas,
writes, Aprlal lfi, 1902: "I have used
llallard's Snow Liniment In my family
for three yoars. I would not bo without
it in my family for three years. I
would not ho without it In the house.
I have used it on my little girl for
growing pains and aches in her knees,
Itcured her right awav. I have also
used It for frost bitten feet, with good
success. 'Itla the best liniment I ever
used." " 25c, 60c, $1.00. New Era
Her Lost Opportunities.
Mrs. NooIyWcd And If I had really
thrown you down then would you have
given mo up?
Noolywed I should say not. I would
have kept right on trying to win you
even If you had thrown me over half a
Mrs. Noolywed My, what a lot of
fun I missed! Ilaltlmoro American.
To cold draughts of air, to keen and
cutting winds, sudclen changes of tern
perature. scahty clothing, undvo ex
posure of tho throat and neck after pub
lie speaking and singing, bring on
coughs and coldp. Aallard'sIIorehound
Syrup is tho best cure.
Mrs A Itarr, Houston, Texas, writes,
Jan 31, 1902: "One bottlo of Ballard's
'Horehound Syrup cured mo of a very
bad cough. It Is very pleasant to take,"
25c, 50c, $1.00. Now lira Drug Store,
IT IS A HATTER OF HEALTH
WERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
And His Flock
As the result of several year of ex
perience the Wisconsin station publish
es the following conclusion:
From the breeding records of 511
ewes nt this station we conclude that
for such animals and conditions as ours
the normal period of gestation ranges
from 141 to 160 days after the date of
service and that more owes will lamb
HU days after service than at any oth
There Is no appreciable difference In
the period of gestation for male and fe
male offspring In sheep.
There Is no apparent relation between
the duration of the period of gestation
and the period required for maturity
Quick maturing breed nppeor to carry
their young for u shorter period than
thoo hreeds nipilrlng more time to ma
Large lambs are on the average car
ried In the litem for an appreciably Ion
gor period than small or medium lambs
Uimbs dropped liefore the one bun
drod and forty-fourth and after tin one
hundred and forty-ninth day of prcg
nancy are lacking In strength and vl
tallty at birth.
Shropshire ewe were more prolific
than any other breeds and crosses, ex
eopt the fourth cross of Shropshire ram
on a Merino ewe foundation.
From the data presented It Is appar
cut that twins .ire the normal Increasr
for ewes of the mutton type.
One-year-old rams are not so prollth
as those two or Hire,' years old. Ewes
average u larger percentage of Increase
In lambs after they reach full maturity
lit three years of age until after they
are six years old. when the rate of In
The amount of service reiUlred of tin
rani In brooding has an Inlluenoe on the
percentage Increase In offspring of the
ewes that produce lambs. Ewes bred
early In the season of mating to a sin
gle ram dropped a larger percentage of
lambs thau thoo near the latter end of
The Cbnnipbiii of 1 !.,"".
The Illustration show the great
French Ramboulllet ram No. .VI. win
tier of the t.V) franc prl nt f
IlAllllOL'Il.LKT UU NO. 50
world's exhibition, Paris. In IS.",, anil
purchased by the late John I. Putter
son, Wosttlolcl. ChautaiHiua county
N. Y.; weight. .!.! pounds: weight ol
fleece, 3'J pounds. The cut was iniiih
from a pen drawing furnished by
Charles J. Holder, Ilunford. C'ul. This
ram was kept on Mr. Patterson's long
famous California ranch, at the hea l
of the greatest French Merino stud In
the world, from which was drawn the
foundation stock of all the early Rum
boulllct flocks of the Pacific coast.
Himt In Dip Sheep.
For dipping a number of sheep, from
a thousand up, tho vat should be at
least forty feet In length and the feel
deip. Tho bottom of tho vat should be
six Inches wide, the sides sloping out
ward and upward till at the lop the
measurement across Is at least two
feet, but on no account should it b"
any wider, as then tho sheep swim
ming through could turn around, which
Is one of the things to bo guarded
against. The vat Is made five feet deep
to obviate the danger of the sheep
striking the bottom of the vat wlnoi
CURED MY MOTHER OK RHEUMA
TISM "My mother lias been a sufferer for
many years with rheumatism " says W
II Howard ol Husband, l'a, "At times
she was unable to rnovo at all, whllo at
all times walking was painful. I pro
rented her with a bottle of Chamber
lain's Tain Ilalm and alter a few appli
cations siie decided It was tho most
wonderful pain reliever slio had ever
tried, in fact, she is never wiinoui 11
now and Is at al! times able to walk. An
occasional annlication of l'a In Halm
keens away the pain that she was for
merly troubled with." For si
New Era Drug Store,
At $1. a year
No Investor can afford to bo
Journal for Investors
inj one of Iti feature! Is sloae worth
the price of lubicrliHlou.
It will cave you huudredi of dollari
IH cliaractor bai never been impugned.
JOUUNAL tOR INVESTORS CO.
Boom O, Chamber of Commerce, Bo-ton,
Addreiletter to P.O. llox17.
thrown In and Is made sloping at inn
Ule to anvo expense In dip. Tim In
stde of the vat should he flush, so tlmt
no obstruction will Interfere with the
passing through of the sheep. Sluk the
vat In the ground to the depth of four
feet. The vat should be fllleil with
water to see If It leaks. Keep water In
It till tho leakage slops, then ball It
out and fill with the dip.
Wol of Welsh SUeep.
Tho lloeco of pure Welsh sheep
weighs from two to three pound, ay
n...,rv Stewart In Mhonlicrd'H Manual.
alio fleece Increase In weight consid
erably In crosses with the wool bear
ing breed, and It la a tapli of fine
quality. It ha, however, a mixture of
hair, which tends to diminish Its vol
ue. A peculiar characteristic of thla
wool Is that It never shrinks, and It is
thl wool from which the popular
Welsh flannels are fabricated. It l
said, too. upon good authority, that the
durability of this wool exceeds that ot
all other breeds. It Is usually home
spun and Is woven at homo Into all
torts of clothing. The cloaks, all dyed
ted, which are worn so universally by
tho women are made of this wool.
'l nil troubled with atom
ach trouble Thetlfiml'a Mark
Draught illd me mere goo,t
In one week than all the doc
tor a meuif ino I took In a
year ' M It N . 8 A It II il
SHIIlKlKLl). Kllelt.tllle, Inil.
Thedford 's black Draught
miickly invigorates tlie tic
tion of the ttomacli and
cure even chronic co of
indigestion. If you will
take a mall 1om) of Thcd
ford's Ulack Draught occa
sionally you will keep your
stomach and liver in per
More alcknPM it caused by
constipation than by any
other diiease. Thedford's
Mack-Draught not only rt
lietes comtiation butcnres
disrrlura and dysentery and
keeps tho bowels regular.
All rfrurilita sell
Draugbt is the best medi
cine to regulate the bowels
1 have ever uwd." MRS.
A. M. GRANT, Sncads
Kerry. N. C.
Millers anil Mcroal Whrat.
Whllo admitting that macaroni wheat
Is well adapted to the Kansas climate,
some of tho miller claim that tho flour
made from It Is harder ami darker In
color than from the present wheat, that
the wheat could only be used In limited
(piatitltles If grown and that It cannot
be handled In tho mills of the state
without machinery specially adapted
A STARTLING TEST.
To save a life Dr T 0 Merrllt, of No.
Mehoopany, l'a . madoa startling test
reanliini' iii a womlerliil cure. He
writes, "a tullellt was attacked with
violent heinonliagos, caused by nlcer
ullon of the stomach. I bad often found
Elect ne Hitters excellent lor acme
stomach and liver troubles so 1 pre
scribed them . Tin patient gained from
the II ret, and has not hud un attack in
14 ii, n'lis." Electric Hitters are posi
tively guaranteed for Dyspepsia. Indi
gestion, I onstipation and Kinduv
troubles. Try tliein. Only 60c lit Mor
gan ,tc llrehaiit.
The influence of climatic conditions
i ,i... ..I i-n-iaiimiitinn is verv much
ovoidrawn. The poor patient, und tho
rich patient, too, can do much better at
homo by proper aiiciiuoii m uiKvn-
tion, and a regular use of German
Syrup. Fno expectoration in tho
...ri., u mnib, i-ertaln bv German
Svriin. so is a good night's rest and the
absence of that weakening cough and
debilitating night sweats. Restless
nights und tho exhaustion duo to
coMghing, the greatest danKer and dread
of thoconsumptlvc, can bo prevented or
stopiieil by tuklng German Syrup liber
ally and regularly. Should you bo able
to go ton warmer clime, you will find
that of the thousands of consumptives,
there, the few who nro benefitted and
,,.,,!,, !,,.,. rib urn those who nso Ger
man Syrup. Trial bottles, 27c; regular
le.76n. At all druggists. Oarman A
NOTICE FOR PUIILICATION.
United States LandOlllce,
Roseburg, Ore., March 10th, 1001.
-ii,.i.U hereby irlvun that 111 colli 111 I
uiieH with tho iir'oviBions of tho Act of
rVm'renunlJiino.'i. 187H. entitled "An
ii i-i 7nr tho salo of Umber lands In tho
States of California, Oregon, Nevada
,m.l Wnxlilm-limTurrltorv." asextotiilod
to all tho Publfc Lund States by net of
August 4, 1802,
of Saginaw, County of Lane, Stato
of Oregon, has this day filed in this
ollico his sworn statement No. (1020 for
the puichuee of tho NE l4 of
NK Vt of Section No. 22, Twp. 21
8outh, of Range 8 West and will ofler
,,r,if in show that tho land sought is
more valuable for Its timber or stono
than for agricultural purposes, and to
establish his claim to said land before
tho Register and Receiver of this ollico
at Roseburg, Oregon on Thursduy tho
mil day ot juiio, iuoi
Ifnnntnes us witnesses:
ir M. I.nmbert. Edirar King, Emery
Guslar, William H. Champion, of Cot
tagoOrovo.Oicgon. Any and ullpersonschilmlngadversoly
Mm iifinvoiluscribtsl luuds aro requested
lofllo their cIiiIiiih In this ollico on or
before said 0th day of Juno, iuu,
J. T. Unmans, Register
NOTICE OF FINAL- SETTLEMENT
Notice Is hereby given that the iimlorslitne.I
adinlnlilralorof the entate of Dana B. Colton
"le"ease.l, haa nlod In the County Cur
of thn State ot Oreon for Lann County his final
mrti.i,.in, f .alii e.tate and
7i,.i Hnrilalho7tli day of May luol at the
hour o( 8 o'clock p. m., of sal.l day has been
Hied by said court tor hearing objections to
said account and tho tetllemen 'nreoi.
Administrator of tlioestato of Dana 11. Uolton
AND Union Pacific
Ihrre Trains To Tin- fast Pally.
mm.. I'liiiiiinn standard and tour
1st sleeping cars dmlv to Omaha, I hi
ciigo, Hpokiino; tourist sleeping ems
.hillv lo Kansas City . through I oilman
tutu 1st sleep ug ears vpersiiiuilly eon
i . ,. ..,l.. i,,rliirnuo. Klllisil (. It V
.....iinl,,,. ..Iiulreain isenls free) to till'
No rltftnice f
Salt Uike, Denver,
I't. Worth, Oinnha,
Kansas City, HI.
Louis, Chicago anil
Salt l.ake. Ilonvcr,
Ft. Worth, Omaha
Kansas CitV. St.
8 1(4 p.m.
7 I5ii.hi. j
l,oul, Chicago and
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wiiukee, Chicago A
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Sun Friinelseo Everv live duv
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and North lleach Daily (except Sun
,iv i k .00 i. in. : Satnrdiiv at 10:00 p
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III. IMIIIV serviee iwmer iihiis.'"
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For fuller Information nsk
your nearest ticket agent, or
i.eneial Pocnger Agent
Tin gun Rsilr.wl A NavHgilin
C. Portland. Ofiyu
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Chieaija, St Lotif
AND ALL POINTS ItAST AND SOPTII
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And Thi Fast Mall
Up to date Equipment
Daylight Trip across the Cascade and
Rocky Mountains. j
Tor Ticket, Rate, Ecilder and
I'ull Information. Call on or addre,
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122 3d St., Portland Ore.
S. G. YERKES.,
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Time Table No. 2
To Take Effect on Apr. 2ml, 1001.
Kast hound Sand IKatonly. W. Ilound
I sn12 Pally Kx-
c. pi Hllllday. No 2 No 4
""Station. p m a.m.
. Cotlaxe drove II 101 ' K
Waldeu 10 19 t, m
Curiln. 10 111 i M
. Cerru llordo 10 . ::.l
.llaker 1" 31 1 47
. .. bnrena in I II
lied Itook 1 10 -1 i :'J
0 avel Pit I" an -1
Hiewarl lo :0 4 .11
mar , in . 4 HI
Itocky Polul . li i I II
Wlblwood V 30 I 4 no
Ko 3- No 1
H:OI 7 7
K: 17 11 f
:M 11 3
H:4i 12 S
Bnbject to cbanKe.wltbout uotlre.
in miiwnrfl frelnlit forwarded onlyTat!lhe
Joint risk of slilpr aiideotilnie.
freight will nut be reeelved at the O. A. H
E. H. II. f'epot alter o:nu p. in. 10 insure
lo-wardlng on noxt Iraln freluht must n
Jiellvercd In ample lime to penult of I a
'""A.'lLWOOD, Acting (len Mcr.
Notice Ih honby nlven to all whom
It niav concern tlmt tho iiiiiIithIkikmI,
ha 'by order of tho Honorablo
County Court of tho Htiitu of Oregon,
for tho County ot Lano been duly up.
pointed ailinlnlKtrator of tho oHtato
of GeorKo Krederlck Gale, ilecuiiHcil,
and that all ihjimoiib havliifr clalnm
tho wauio duly vertlfled with tho
iiropervoucherH to tho nndcfHlj;iied,
at bin rcHldenco In ald County, which
Ih nt CottiiKO Grovu within kIx inoiith
from tho (Into of this notice.
Dated, Kobruaryrith 11MU.
W. V. MlIANAI'Kl.T,
.1. (.!. .Ioiinhon,
Attorner for AdiiilnlHtrator.
M. K. .ItiilkliiH can take your tinier
for tho celebrated Molld AiiHtrnllati
Hllvcrwaro and iiIho for Mr. Jnlin A.
I.okiui'h popular now book, "Thirty
Yearn In WuHhliiKton, 1). C." tf
NOTICE IOU PIMH.IOATION.
1'nllrd Htntrs I.anl Olllie.
Rost'bilig.Oiegon, l eb. 10, 1001.
V..11...1 ia beiebv ulieti tbill ill eiiui-
illative with t ne provisions ol lliu net ol
'ongressol June !l, 17. enllllisl "An
ietfiir Ibo sale olllinber lands In thn
Stales ol California, Oregon, Nevada,
II- . I.I 'l'...t.ll..-,a, n li a. I iilkilitil
iiliu npinunu'M ivninNi, """
lortllilio Public. Uml Hlnlt by (Hi nl
ol Collage lliove, C", of hum', Statu of
Ore., Iiiis this day lllcd In this ollico her
woinstalomi'iil NonuHBioriiio iiiiciiusi
ol tho HE of Section No m
p'.'l South, ol Hilligo 1 . ami win oner
iixhiI to show that the laud lititht IH
va liable lor Us Umber nr sionn
tluiii for ngilciiltuiul purposes, ami In
establish her cl.iiui t said liiml belorn
Unsaid, 1. s, rniiiliilssioniT
at his olllce at Drain, Oiegon,
Wrdiiesdaytheisiliday.il .May, iwm.
She inline as wlimw.
Herbert O. Thoiiipion, o( t'oltagu
Grove, Die., Wllliiim Miicliy.nl Har
rison, liliilin, .liiines X, Jones, Jnuicn
Whltloiil, of Collage Grure, Oregon.
Any and all peisons cl.ilmlng adveiso
I e the sbiive-desellbid lauds lite
u'liestisl to tile their claims in thl ollico
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Oil oi iiiiiuesHm i.-iii tiny in .iar, ieu,.
J. I . IIiiiihi sst, lleglsti r.
NOl'ICi: FOR Pl'lll.lOATION.
I'nitisl Slates Umd oHlci',
Roscbuig, Ore., Feb. 27, IUOI.
Notice Is brieliv given that III Com
pliance w t til the piovislons ot the act ol
Congtess of Juiieil. lt', ciitltltsl "An
Act for tho tale ol ri'iiiwr nuins in inn
Stales of Ciilifornia. lingoii, Nevaihi.
and Wushillgloil Teiiiloiy,"ili'Xll Udeil
to all the Public Land Slates by actul
August 4, IM'2.
LLOYD F. MJI.I.IItI.LEN,
of Stair, Co. ol Ijiiic, Mato of Oregon
mi this iliivlilodlu tl.tsoir.ee his sworn
itatemeiit S'o, MUM, for the purchase of
the lds 12. 18, II .i 16 of Me No. 20,
TuMtlship 21 Soiilli, of lltiugo I Wisl
ami will ullr p s f to show Hint tho
hind simifht -s iiio-e valuable for II
timber or t than for ngiii'illtiital
purpose-, ,., id to establish bis claim to
raid omd bel.oeJ J Wnlloti, I'. S. Com
uiissioiiei al Eiignie, I lie., on Sntiinlay
the 7th day ul Ma-. IHI.
lie niimi1 as witnesses :
Win. H. Millbolleii, of Poilhinil, On-.,
J. W. Ilomk, J. II. Stewntl. Tliouin
Miiher, ol Cottage Grove, Uhr Co ,
Any and all peitons claiming
versclv.tbe iibove-descnbed lands mo
tcqm-tted to file llielr claims in lhl
oltice on or before sold 7lh day ol May,
I00I. . ,
J.T. Ilaiwif. lltgister.
Eugene Planing Mill
Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Rustic and
General Mill Work.
I nrulng niul Mulr building; n pecl-
nl tenth -ii
rdei will nvelvoliruiiipt
SmIIkIih lb. ii giliirnllllTll.
dlr'HN III l.invr.-n.e St.
THE CHILDREN'S fAVORHE T0MIC.
ths qcnuihs: si wwt as
Bnllord-Snow Liniment Co.
tT. LCIUln. MO
Riihout cliarne. lulbe
u.n MUIIU a i
A k.elii-salf lllnatrallMl WMklV.
caUlloit of iir fhMillfln iurii-1.
tttm. ii m
mrt fourniuntUl.tL Hoiabj.ll nw.1ilri.
MUNN & COr""-.New,YQrk
llraDch OrSra. ia T HU Wajhlet Ion, li. 0.
Sold. by Lco.ding'
1 l,Nh eon '
Nothing lias ever entialleiL it.
Nothing can ever surpass it.
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A Perfect For All Throat anil
Cure i Lung Troubles.
Money back If it falls. Trial Uottlee free.
Anrnna sendlna a skslrb anil aesmplion mar
ruilrklr asierlaln fur ninnlon free tleles an
IliTaiilV.n l'alilf l eilaM t .mrnunlra.
iWnsslrlcllf runadeiilfal. HMOSOOK "" ,."lUi
lent trra. llldeal aaeney for seruriiia; Ileul.
I'.l.mi laktn Ibroush Wui.u A lo rxelft
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