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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1904)
H. C. MADSEN,
IUrltlBi st reasonable enarrtt.
All work rnaraateed ".rit-eleH.
VTatekes, Clocks ami Jewelrr el Iownt rrltM
ooTrAOK grove, ore.
A. H. KING
Attorney nt Law,
cottage; ohove, oke.
J. E. YOUNG
OBlcs on Main itreet, Weil Mite
CoTTAOlt GROVK, ORK.
J. 8. Medley. .J . C. J ohiipon
Office Suite iiJtnuU mag.
SpcclM nttcntlon Riven to Mining
mid Corporation Ijiw.
L.T. ItirrU. A. C. Woodcock,
WOODCOCK & HARRIS,
Special attention given to the Uw of Mlnei.
BARKER & PERMAN
DEALERS IN FINE
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
t Main itreet. Cotlac Urov. Ore.
Don't nr-glect thnthotiso, but call
nt tbe express olllce nnd bnve Tom
Awhrej write you up n policy In
cither the .Etna. Inaurnnco Co. or
the Oregon I' Ire Relief Association of
McMInnvIlIe, Oregon. eot-3
Come at once nnd hare your holl
day photos taken In time to send to
friends for Chrlstmns. Do not wait
till the lat moment.
W. F. SnASAFELT.
Gallery on West Side, opposite
The First National Bank
Cottage Gkovk, Ore.
Paid ii Capital, $25,000.00
Money to loan on approved security.
Exchanges sold, available any place
n tbeUnited States
T. C. Wiirxiri,
READY MADE CLOTHING
The London General Merchandise
Storo wish to announce to the buying
public thnt they now have u very
complete stock of General Merchandise
which they Intend selling at least 20
per cent le!ow all competition.
Vo purchase our goods In largo
quantities' through Eastern Drummers,
pay cubIi for nil we buy, have no high
rents, no Insurance rates to pay, and
consequently can sell very cheap.
Think of CLAY Worsted Suite.
High Grade Goods and other lines
of Iteady Made Clothing of Neatest tii-to-date
style ut prices that will surprise
. M. D. Wells Shoes
Our line of M. I). Wells Shoes are
the beat wearer on the market aud at
prices that cannot be equalled.
Try our Boast Coffees, tho best
flavor and will please you.
SUTHERLAND & GEER,
A. F. and A. M.
Cottage Grove No. 51. Meets
1st aud 3td Saturday.
Oliver Vcatch, W. M.
I. O. O. F.
Cottage Giovc No. 63. Meets
ejpery Saturday night.
Geo. Comer, F. Secty.
w. o. w.
Bohemia Camp No. a6o. Meets
every Saturday night.
C. H. Van Dcnburg. Clerk.
M. W. of A.
Cottage Grove Camp No. 6424.
Meets first and second Tuesday
C. V. Wallace, Clerk.
F. Of A.
Court Bohemia Mo. 33. Meets
every Friday night.
S. E. Lauder, Secty.
Women of Woodcraft.
St. Valentine Circle. Meets
1st and 3rd Tuesdays.
Mrs. C. J. Miller, Clerk.
Emma Colbum Camp.
Meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday
Ethel Bisby, Clerk.
K of P
Juventus Lodge No. 48. Meets
every Wednesday night.
Dr. George Wall K. of R. S
G. A. R.
Appomatax Post No. 34. Meets
and and 41I1 Saturday.
H. C. Duttou, 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. K
Meets every 2nd aud 4th Mondays.
S. E. Lauder, Secty.
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 desirable
one, but of equal Importance Is the
power of retaining this quality so as
not to require too frequent sharpen
ing. By making your purchases of
the Griffin & Veatch Co. you always
receive your money's worth In the
best quality of tools and cutlery ol
properly tempered steel that Is sure
to hold an edge.
A 8URK THING.
Ii in mIiI ilmt mithiiiir In euro ciccnt
death ami tis, but thst Is not alto
Kcthcr true. l)r King's New Discovery
lor Consiliiiptiun ia a stirocuro for all
lung and throat tr iiibles. Thousands
run testify to lliat. Mri C 11 Van Me
tre of Shephcrdtinwi, W a , say "i
bail a cvercao of Ilronchltls and for
a voar tried cvcr.vlhlnu I heard of, but
e.o"t no relief. Ono bottle of Dr. King a
New Discovery men curiM mo awo
lutely." It's Infallible for Croup.
Whoopin Counli.tf tip, rnemnonla anil
Codsuniptlon. Try It. It.a guaranteed
bv MorSau A llrebant DruiMist. Trial
bottles free. Reg. slcs tOc, 1.00.
I'M rra Inilrr h Holt Wll Act.
Coltiuililii. S. l. The llrst or tin
thirty experimental farms that are t"
be cataliUshod In the couth u a p.irt
of the Kovernment work iin.iei the boll
weevil net is to be loomed thrvo miles
from this place, which Is about the
central point of the state, on the farm
of President Hyatt of the State lioisl
Koads association. Mr. Splllmnn.
aKirotoloKtst of the department of
apiculture, will have charcc of the
work. When this and presumably the
other farms are well under way, ei
curslons will be rim by tho railroads
that as many farmers as possible may
visit these demonstration farms, and
on these occasions explanatory lec
tures and addresses will be given on
AN OPF.N l.ETTKK
From the ('liiipin, S C, News: Karly
in the spring my wife and I were taken
with illurrlnH'u and so severe were the
pains thai we called a physician who
precriled for us, but his medicines
failed to give auv relief. A friend who
had a bottle oi Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy on
lisnd pave each oi us a iUx-o and wu at
once felt the effects i procured u
bottle aid before using tie entire eon
tents wo weto entirely cured. It is a
wonderful reinedv aud should bo found
in every household. II U Iialley, hill
tor. This remedy is for sale by New
Era Drug b tore.
Energy Is a Hue thing, but, like
steam, It needs a little restraint and
careful guiding. If the safety valve
doesn't work there's likely to be. a
breakdown or a blow up now and then.
The nervousy, fidgety woman Is a
dreadful bore. She ruffles up tbe at
mosphere and makes everybody wish
she would take a vacation and rest up
like sixty. Some of those people who
fly around the fastest do tbe least
work, and the proper thing to acquire
Is balance. Work as hard as you want
to, but let up when the moment for
letting up arrives. There Is a limit to
human endurance, and when you go
beyond tbe limit you uaver get back
Into the vnlve of strong endurance and
fine vitality. It Is tbe man or tbe wo
man who knows bow to work and how
to 'rest who gets things done all fine
and shipshape and without tearing tbe
roof off its feet. These remarks may
be blunt, like a chisel, but they're as
true as the fact that tbe Lord made lit
tle apples. Chicago Record-Herald.
Will overcome indigestion and dy-1
spepsia; regulate the bowels and cure
liver and kidney coidplaints. It is the
bent blood enrichemnd invigorator in 1
the world. It is purely' vegetable, per-
fectly harmless, and should you be a I
sufferer from disease, you will use it if
you are wise.
K N Andrews. Kditor and Mgr Cocoa t
and Hockledge News, Cocoa, Fla.wriles:
1 nave naeu your uerume in uiy
fjrnilv, and rind it a most excellent
medidlne. Its effects upon myself have
been a marked benefit. I recommend
it unhesitatingly." 60c. New Kra
In wheat seed selection at the Ten
nessee experiment station large grains
from medium heads gave the best av
erage yield 32.68 bushels per acre.
Large grains from large heads stood
second. Medium sized heads are most
likely to give satisfactory results.
In a general way all the pineapple
colls of Florida, according to a report
of tbe experiment Btatlon, belong to
the same type, a type which Is marked
by tho absence of any appreciable
pojount of very fine sand, silt and
cfay. Tbe capacity of these soils for
holding water Is not great
The hand separator Is revolutioniz
ing the dairy business.
Potash checks rust In the cotton
nt.nnf In Alnhnma oinaHm.nt. WI '
pounds of kuinlt waa better against
rust than 100 pounds per acre.
"Now that tbe price of cotton la
slumping, let us remind you to put In
more live stock cropa or more truck,''
remarks Farm and Hancb.
"In the spring of 1001 my children !
had whoonin(( cough," saos Mrs D W I
Cspps of Capps, Ala. "I used Chamber
lain 8 Congh Itemedy with the most
satisfactory results. I think this is the
best remedy I have ever seen for whoop5
ing cough." This remedy keeps the
cough looee, lessens the seuerity and ,
frequency of the coughing spells and
counteracts any tendency toward pneu-1
monia. For sale bv New Era Drug 1
One Thin and Another.
That "the center of gravity of agrl
cultural wealth In Canada is very soon
to tie transferred from Ontnrio to the
province of Manitoba and the north
west" Is the view of Hon. (1. W. Hoss.
the premier of Ontario
"Iowa oats are all right," says an ex
change, basing tho statement on opin
ions expressed by W. II. Olln of tbe
Iowa State college concerning reports
afloat that tbe seed will not germinate
A prize winner In corn li Chester
Itoberts of Douglas county, III. Three
prizes at Peoria, first prize at Des
Moines and second at Amos Is his rec
ord. A STARTLING TEST.
To save a life Dr TO Merritt, of No.
Mehoopany, Pa., made a startling test
resulting in a wonderful cure. Ho
writes, "a patient was attacked with
violent hemorrhages, caused by ulcer
ation of the stomach. I had often found
Electric Bitters excellent for acute
stomach and liver troubles so I pre
scribed them. Tin patient gained from
the first, and has not had an attack In
11 mdi'.lie." EJectrie Bitters are posi
tively guaranteed for Dyspepsia. Indi
gestion, Constipation and Kindey
troubles. Try them. Only 50c at Mor
gan & Urehaut,
TIIU LAY JOURNALIST AS A MININd
The Atuericnn newspaper tunti is
versatile nbovc all things, and he
can turn his pen to many subjects
with jskill nud effectiveness, but or
dimuily in writing of .scientific nud
tutiTiug problems the lay journalist
is not as comptehctisivc as he
should lie, nnd often he is liuli
ctous. For instance, last summer
n Philadelphia paper sent a staff
man to the "Soo" to write up the
industries of Hie I.ak Superior Con
solidated Company, then in the
throes of financial reorganization
This man, a good writer and skilled
no doubt in the ordmaiy pen ways,
fell in grievous etiors in writing of
the geological matters which came
within his sweep. He explained
the muddy red color of the waters
about Michipicoteu island in Lake
Superior as due to the contained
solutions of copper from the de-
osits which come up tinder the
lake bed from the Kewccna Point
formation in Michigan. This in
stance is to lead to a more glaring
case of getting beyond one's depth
tn reference to the Thunder Matin
tain district. A certaiti noted
writer on politics aud social ones'
lions made a visit to that camp
about a year ago and described in a
graphic manner the conditions and
prospects of the camps visited. His
article was printed in a leading
weekly and later scattered broad
cast as an advertisement ol certain
ol the properties which were given
a golden touch from his fluent pen.
To the experienced or practical
man these description are of no
value whatever, as they bear on
their face the evidences of their
own insufficiency as a competent
opinion on a mining property. So,
too. preachers, doctors and re
porters are all called to bear wit
ness to things they do not under
stand about mining, and some are
misled, while the competent judges
are only amused or perhaps dis
gusted. So we say if you want a
man to write about your mining
property, get one that knows about
the subject. You would not select
a lawyer to amputate your leg, not
withstanding that he may be able
and learned in his line. So, too,
tbe lay journal is not a competent
writer on technical and mining
matters ordinarily. The Mining
Tbe process by which nature
forms the accumulations of gold
and silver is very interesting. It
must be remembered that the earth's
crust is full of water, which peoco
lates every where through the rocks,
making solutions of elements ob
tained from them. These chemical
solutions take up small particles of
the precious metal which they find
scattered here and there. Some
times the solutions in question are
hot, tbe water having got so far
down as to be set boiling by the in
ternal heat of the globe. Then
they rush upward, picking up the
bits of metal as they go. Naturally
heat assists the performance of this
operation. Now and then the
streams thus formed, perpetually
flowing hither and thither below
ground, pass through the cracks or
cavities in the rocks, where they
deposit their loads of metal. This
is kept up for a great length of time,
perhaps thousands of years, until
the fissures of the pocket are filled
up. Crannies permeating the stony
mass in every direction may be
come filled with the metal, or oc
casionally a chamber may be stored
full of it, as if a myriad hands were
fetching tbe treasure from all sides
and hiding away a future bonanza
for some lucky prospector to discover.-
GROWING ACHES AND PAIN'S,
Mrs Joule Sumner, Bretnond, Texas,
writes, Aprial 15, 1002: "I have used
Ballard's Snow Liniment In my family
for three years. I would not be without
it in my family for three years. I
would not be without it in the house.
I have used it on my little girl for
growing pains and aches in her knees.
It cured her right awav. I have also
used It for frost bitten feet, with good
success. 'Ills the best liniment I ever
need.' " 25c, 60c, $1.00. New Era
At ft. a year
No Investor can afford to bo
Journal for Investors
Any one nt Its resturei Is along worth
the itIco ol subscription,
It will uve you huudreds ol dollsri
Its clisrictor bi never been Impugned.
JOURNAL FOR INVESTORS CO.
Room O, Chimber ol Commerce, Iloiton,
Addrem letters to P.O. IloiMH.
"I tlon'i thlak w eenlil WP
lions vllhoul Thadtohl's nUrk
DruuihU V h mtil II In Ins
Ismtljr forofir two rsort wlln Ino
btt l rrtulla, I h not nul
doctor In the Inuii, tor thtt lrnlh
ol tlino, II If doctor In IImII m1
iwi 1 rcfttlr to msko ocrton wll
sndhprr."-JAMKH 1IA1X, Jsck
Iloonujo this (treat medicine
relieves stomach paini.freet tho
contlpatcd bowels and invigor
ates the torpid liver anil weak
Is nccenary in the home where
Tlirdford's lllack-Draught It
kept. Kautilie living in llio
country, miles tnm any physi
cian, have been kept in health
tor years with tlili medicine as
their only doctor. Tlirdford's
Mack - Draught cures liilumi
nrss, dysepii, colils, chills and
fever, had Mood, heailaclies,
diarrWa, constipation, collo
and almost eery oilier alhurnt
because tho stomach, bowel
llvrr and kidneys 10 nearly con
trol the health.
A MODERN MICAWUhR.
"N," said the Modern Mica wber,
"I have no employment just nt
present, Hut I have recently been
in consultation with some promi
nent New York capitalists who
take very kindly to my latest, big
gest nnd Miiest scheme. The idea
is that the people who own prop,
erty own. the rights and privileges
of the air above it, clear up to the
beginning of ethereal space. These
tighrs will be asserted when aerial
tiavagation shall have become an
assured fact as who can say it
hasn't? ami then it wilt be neces
sary to possess the atmospheric
right of way over the county. I
have the promise from these New
York capitalists of the superin
tctidency of their corps of right of
way purchases as soon as the first
airship syndicate stia 1 have or n
formed. ll.iltimore American.
A POSITIVE NECESSITY.
Hiiviiu; 10 lav unotl lnv bed for 14
days from a aeverely bruiiil leg, I only
lonnil reliel wnen i iiuhi ii uoiiiu 01 iwi
lard's Snow I.ininien,. I ran cheerfully
recommend it as the best medicine for
bruises ever sent to tho alllictil. It has
now In-cMine a ositive icc,siity upon
myself. I) It Bvmes, Mcrclmnt. l)o
versville.Tt.xas,"2.V, 50e, 1 00. Sew
l-.ru Drill; btore.
IIOHolinrB. Ore., April .10. 11KM.
Notice U hereby ulven that the un
proved plat ol Hiirve.v of fractional
TWtl. ir.'M.. it. 4
Iiilh Iki'H revrlved from tho .Surveyor
U'liernl for Oivkoii. and on WimIiicm.
day. thellth iluy of .Juno. IIKil. at 0
o cluck a m, tin wild fractional plat
will Ih tiled In tlila olllce .mil the laud
embraced thcit-ln will Im oieii to en
try on or after that date.
.1 T ItiiiiKiKM, Itt-Klxttr.
J II ItooTll, Receiver.
t't'RKI) MY MOrilKIt OK RHEUMA
TISM "My niul her has been a suflVrer for
inaiiy teiirf with rheumatism " says W
II Howard ot Husband, Pa. ""Attunes
she whs unable to move at all, while at
all times walking was painful. I pre
sented her with a bottle of CliamU'r
lain'a Pain Balm anil alter a few iippli
cationi she decided It was the most
wonderful pain reliever she had ever
tried, in fact, she is nevrr without It
now and is at all times able to walk. An
occasional application of Pain Balm
keeps nway the pain that she was for
merly troubled with." For sale by
New Era Drug Store.
Last spring I bad a aow three years
old, writes Frank S. Balcy In Block
man and Farmer. She bad always
been a good mother. She gave birth
to thirteen pigs, nnd In half an hour
after the plga were born three of them
wero missing, and In about nn hour
three more were gone. Then na she
was very tame and kind I got where
I could watch, and In a few minutes
she took one In bcr mouth, and It dis
appeared In two seconds. I went for
some salt pork, and when I came back
ouly four could be found. I gave, her
four pounds of the meat, all she would
eat, and tho next morning only two
conld be found, and as tho plga had
nursed they wero very slow to learn
to cat, but I took them from her. Last
fall she had thirteen. Ah I Intended to
kill her, I thought she would fatten
better and be more profitable In cold
weather. Sbo began eating them again
as before and had only eight left. I
got a largo pall of cold water frum
the well and poured It very slowly on
the back of her head on tho brain (If
he bad any), nnd she raised tho eight
all right This raado her pretty stiff,
but she camo out all right, pigs and
all. One of my neighbors tried the
same plan, and the result was tho
same. It stopped her eating her pigs
The Influence of climatic conditions
in the cure of consumption In very much
overdrawn. The poor patient, and the
rich patient, too, can do much hotter at
home by proper attention to fond diges
tion, and a regular use of German
Syrup. File expectoration in the
morning Is made certain by German
Syrup, so is a good.iilght'a rest and the
absence of that weakening cough and
debilitating night sweats, Restless
nights and the exhaustion due to
coughing, the greatest daiiKer and dread
of thecousumntive, can bo prevented or
stopped by taking German Syrup liber
ally and regularly. Should you be able
to go to a warmer clime, you will find
that of the thousands of consumptives
there, the few who are benefitted anJ
regain strength are those who use Ger
man Syrup. Trial bottles, 27c; regular
size, 76c, At all druggists. Garmau &
and Union Pacific
Three Trains To The East Dally.
Through Pullman standard ami tour
1st sli'i'iiliiif ears dally tn Omaha, t'hl
cngn, HpokMlin; tourist sleeping ems
dnllv to Kansas oily, through rimmiiu
tourist sleep ng ears (personally run-In.-inli
ui-.'klv liiChlciiLMi. Knniuisl'ltv ;
reclining chair caiH (seats free) to the
No rhniiKt of run
iiigtnu. Ht. I'rtlll
Salt Ijike, Denver,!
Ft. Worth, Omaha,
Kansas t; tv. bl
l.oul, Chicago and
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Ft. Worth. Omaha,
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Kansas City, St,
Units, Chicago and
Walla Walla. i
Iston , HKikane.
Minneapolis , M.
I'.uil. Dululli. Mil
waukee, Chicago A
' Of KAN AND ItlVHil SCIIEIIULK
For Hku Francisco Every live days
at S, (Hip in. rnr .worm, way poinis
mill urlli IK'HCIi uuiiv icxrepi. mm'
.... ,.i H'lW i. in.: Sslurdav at 10:00 p,
m. 'Dally servli- (waler permitting) mi
n iiinmciit' sou !'"'
For fuller 'Information ask or write
your nearest ticket agent, or
General Passenger Agent.
TheOiegoli Railroad A Naviigiilinn
Co. Portland, Oregon.
ASK THE AGENT FOR
Spokttnc, SI. l'aul,
Chlcuu'h SI l.uuln ,
AND AIX POINTS KAST AND SOUTH
Omlind Trains Dally Tba Flyer
And Tha Ftst Miil
Up to date Equipment
Dijllgkt Trip tcross tha Casctdi and
For Tickets, Itntea, Foldera and
Full Information, Call on or mldrt'HH,
II. DICKSON, C. T. A.
122 3d St., Portland Orel
8. O. YERKI'.S., (I. W. P. A.
elJ rirat Arenoe, Kcallle Wa.h,
0, & S. E II II
Tim Table No. 2
To Take Effect on Apr. 2ml, 1901.
3 suit 4 Hat only. W. Ilouni
1.11,12 Dally Kx
ccpt Hiaiilay. Noa-N"4
. Cerro Uordo
ltd llnpk .
U avel I'll
Boljject tofhanKe'wItlioul notice.
AUoutwaril frelslit forwarilei! on1y7Bt;tho
Joint rl.k ol .lilpiier ariflroiialifnee.
Krrlfht will not le rerelveil at I lie (I, AH
K. It. It. Depot alter (:1V p. m. In Iniure
jorwatiltng on neit train (relslit must im
ilellvereil lu ample time to permit ol 1 s
A. II. WOOD, Acting (len Mgr.
Notice In hondiy kIvlmi to nil whom
It limy concern that thu iiuilcrHlKnoil,
lina by order of thu Honorable
County Court of thu Htntu of Ori'Kon,
for thu County of Lano been duly up.
pointed iidiiiliilHtrntor of thu t'xtutu
tif Ocorno Frederick Ojile, iIccciihuO,
nnd that nil iierHona having clulniH
tho Himio duly vcrtlfled with thu
propervouchurH to tho uudei'HlKiied,
ut bin rcHldencu In mild County, which
Ih ntCottitKU drove within hIx inonthu
from thu date of thla notice,
Dated, February ftth 1IXH.
W. h Hiianakki.t,
J. C. Joiinhon,
Attoruer for Administrator.
M. B. JudkliiH can take your (trdor
for thu celebrated solid AtiHtrallan
Hllverwaro nnd alHo for Miu .lohri A.
LoKim'a popiilnrnuw book, "Thirty
Ycnrn In WunhliiKton, I). 0." tf
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Notice Is hciiiliy given that In win-
i, Unnee Willi tin) provisions in i '
Ungues nfjiimi !l, 1H7H, entitled "Ah
act for Ihe sale ut limber lands in th"
Htatea ol Callfiniila,liieg(in,lNiivmia urn
Washington Territory," as uxixnuriiwt
ill Hie labile l.aud States by act ul Au
gust 4. IhW. .,,,.,.,
of OotttigoGime, C ul Lnne, Htalo t
Die., has this day llled In this ollloo her
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of Sec 12 In Tp ii H, II 4 W, and w II
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Is niiiie viuuiiiue ur us unn'i'i ""
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establish her claim t said land Imforo
J. J. alum, V. H, Ci usalunor
Eugene, (begun, mi the HUH unyui
She names us witnesses :
HeniiHii T Dnw, of Cottage tltiive,
Oie., Willis Nnnell, A II Nowell ol
Amis. Die.. Ueiirgu I'.uerer oi v,imn"
Any ami all piiisiuisciiiiniiiigiiuvnir"-
ly Ihe almvt-drscrllied lands mo re
quested tn Hie their claims In this olllco
on or befoiosalil lllth tiny of July, IU0I.
J. 1. ItllllHlKfl. IH'Kl.nit
NOTICE FOR PUIIL1CATION.
United Hun's Land Olllco,
Itnsebuig, Die., Match llHIt, HWI.
Ii Iii.ikIiv lllvi'll I lllll illl'Olllllli-
aiiee with the piiiv'sluns of llm Act of
CoiigiesSolJune!!, IH7H, einiiun "nil
net fur the sale ul tlmln'r hinds In tint
States ul Cullfiiri.lii, Oi'gnn, Nevada
nud WashlngliiiiT.'iriluiv," aseUunded
loiill thu Public Uiid Sum s by act ul
August 4, IKII2, . .
df Siiglnii,., (unity "I !", Statu
nl tlri gun, has llus any llled In tills
nlllie Ins swiiin inleiiient No I0i0 hir
tho piiichnso id Ihe NH ( '
NE i nl Section N". 2;'. Twp. Ul
Smith, ol Range It W slid will Hirer
nn k, I In slum that Ihe land sought Is
mine uiluitbhi fur lis iiiiImt or slono
tlnin fin iigricullimil purpose, and to
establish his eliiiui to said laud heforn
the Register and Itei elver n( tills tilllcu
at RiMebiiig, On gnu on Thursday tho
"111 ilay nl June: llH
He names us llm ssiw :
U. M. Umlwit, Edgar King, Linery
Giislnr. Wlllisin II. Clininplu I yt-
Any niul iillK'rsoiisclalinlngadversely
the alHueili'M'iibnl lands am uiiuesliil
lu tile Hu ll i liilnis in this iilllcv on ir
beluie said Ulli d.i of June, IlKH.
J. T. Itmiair.-, Register.
Eugene Planinj; Mill
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Sub, Doors, Mouldings, Rustle and
Turning and Hlnlr liiilldlnnu nia-cl-ally.
A'! inlem III nirlve prompt
alli'iitlnii. Sallslmlliiii Kimiaiitivil.
r;stluiatc Cheerfully l"urnllicd.
AddrcMN.-lll Uiwrenee St,
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alw.se or wition.
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