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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1904)
iiohumia Nuuoirr puiilisiiinu
Wm. 1, Root. Editor and Manager.
Knlitwl Ml Ihe IxntoniM at Beltane flrovo,
OrPtfon a wiu Mm
HI'MSCUI I'TloN HATKS.
0 immlliR 91.00
1 year St')
IS IllolltllM ?S.OO
If imlil In advance.
Til l I'AI'JHt U kept on lllu Kl E. ('. Ilrake'a
Arinrtlatnir Atoncy, l no W Morehanti Kx
chtitfo. ! rttlo, California, whore cull
iiiru for lulvarlliiiit nn beutatlo for II
THAT ANGELIC BOyL WMXODB
THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
IW.Kt Or IMITATION.
THI MNUINt fUtr.KiO ONIT
T, LOU1B, MO,
Tlio Uoliemlu, Numret one year
with nny 11111' nf tliu following puli-
HcntloiiH mm year for iiuuiiiiit wt
Chlciitro lntcr-Ocean (Weekly) $1
Weekly OrvKoulau ( Portland I $2.."0
Week I j .louruul I Portland)
Wkdnhsuay, Xovkmhuk 30, iooi
A I)HY SI'NDAY
Probably for the first time in the
history of Cottage Grove, lait Sim
day was the first, that one desirous
ol obtaining n drink at 0. bar could
not find n wny to procure it. Last
Tuesday night policeman Martin
gave imperative orders to all places
where gambling tn any form was
known to exist, that it must cense
at once. Subsequently one airest
was made and Clerk Wheeler fined
the ptrty $25 which was promptly
paid. No further violations were
Saturday, Marshal Underwood
gave notice to all the saloons that
their doors must close at midnight
and also that they must remain
closed throughout Sunday. So far
as was learned there were no viola
tions of the order. Cierk Wheeler
intetprets the ordinances governing
gambling very closely and that any
game of cards, dice or other im
ploments where an element of
chance eiitcrs into the game is a
violation of the law and if brought
before him and the case proved, a
fine will be imposed. There are of
course some objections made
"Horrid llttlb borut!" cried Mrs. Car-
hnrt, Willi very decided emphasis,
"Ilo'd clirtslng tlio Wit through the par
lors. My poor carpels!"
"My dear," said Mr. Cnrhart sooth'
lngly, "try to I'o patient. Mr. Clyiiicr'a
visit can't last forever.''
"If I thought It would I should com
mit suicide," knld tlio lndy hysterically.
"Hear that dreadful crash! I know It's
ono of my vasen"'
"Never mind, I.ucllla; never mind!
r"r lI,,;lBllllnd.SnoW Liniment Co.
... IHHll.n.. .1...
ciiourIi to refurnish n dozen houses.
Just think of It. $300,000, and not n rel
ative In the, world!"
"Ilxccnt Ails boy whom ho has
"IJxwpt till boy, of course. Hut nn
adopted child Isn't like a blood relative.
Mr. Vlynier has himself assured me
that he will leave merely n nominal
sum to Glistnvus Adolphus. Hush!
Here he comes now!"
"Well, Uustavus, niy boy," said Mr.
Cnrhart, assuming a playful air of wel
come, "what nro you up to tiowT'
"I want Somo Jam," was his Impe
Mrs. Cnrhart, Impelled thereto by a
glnuce from her husband, turned to the
preserve closet, while tho lawyer look
ed more keenly n't the boy.
"Why, what's the matter with your J
hand, Uustnvusi" ho asked. ,
'Cut it," was tho terso reply. "Cat
The Vr miliar nt Vmtirelliia.
Burnknrta la the iwrndUe of unibret
las. They nn cnrrUM proudly over the
heads of every olllclol and every noli'e
man, but Invariably are shut at tho
approach of a person of higher rank,
and Inside the kniton no umbrella may
be carried open except that of the em
peror himself. The umbrella Is th
crown, the wntid of ollleo. the outward
elgu of rank and dlsttiK'tlon. There
ru umbrellas of gold Inside and out
for the emperor, of piM outside only
for tho empress, with a stripe of yel
low sntln for tlio emperor's, bretbern,
with a" wider stripe of the snino mate
rial for his Illegitimate brothoro, of
white silk with a narrow cold stripe
for the Illegitimate sons of the legltl
mntp hrolhem. nml so mi ml Intlnltlim.
Jumped tlirouglt that there glass thing , Every oftlclnl, every mllUnry ullleer,
In the garden, and I was a-haullng of exhibits his rank In his umbrella,
her out wheu I cut my hand." ' vrhcu is Invariably held from behind
"My grapery!" ejaculated the law- by an attendant whenever ho leaves
yer, with a slight gasp for breath as he his house lu sunshine or cloudy weath
remcmbered tho wager ho had laid I cr. There Is nu olllclal guide book to
with his next neighbor as to the carll- ti,e umbrella labyrinth of Surakartn
est grapes of the season. I which contains not less than W0 varl-
"What have you In your pocket, my i 0us designs In all Imaginable colors
boyt" he asked, striving to speak Jo- 1 nnd ornamentation.- Century,
.'Teaches," grinned Gustavus Adol-1 Cultnrjr rioter,
pbus, with bis mouth full of strawber-1 Calvary clover, n llower etrnugely
ry Jam. "I picked every one." ! symbolic of the principles of Christ!-
"You little wretch!" began tho law-! unity, nourishes In Palestine. Calvary
yer. Hut the entrance of old Mr. Cly- i clover Irnvc., like thoie of other do-
mer checked the ebullition of well de-1 vers, are trefoil, embodying tho doc
served wrath. 1 trine of the Trinity, the central truth
"Don't bo troublesome, Gustavus," ; of ClirUtliiulty. Soon after the plant
said old Mr. Clytucr, with a tap of his begins to npienr nbuo tho ground a
cano upon the- floor. : deep spot ef reilllke blood appears up
"Troublexoiae. my Root" sir!" said Mr. , mi eaeli division of the Iwif, but this
Curhart- "If you ouly knew bow the , ill:,ppe.irs after 11 few weeks.
light of innocent Infancy brightens up Poring the day the tiny lentlets form
this dull old house" I tlieielres Into the shape of n cross,
"Gustavus, love, don't swing by those
lace, curtains," said Mrs. Carhart ap
prehensively; "I'm afraid you'll hurt
yourself If they come down!"
"With Its musical echoes," went on
Air. Carhart. 'you wouldn't check the
niul us the sun sinks to rest tho leaves
uw.ln t.l'A together. It has been sug
gested, ns If In prayer. In due time the
blossom bceoiiic a small yellow flow
er und then u spiral pod covered with
lliorns. In ripening the flowers Inter-
How often my wife says to hire, and lu their peculiar positions
if we had such a lovely 11 my persons think they can detect
the outline of a crown. Tradition says
"Ah," said old Mr. Clymer sagely, tli.it It U good fortune to plant tho
'Indeed!" , seed of the Calvary clover on Good
Crash went the curtains .and cor- Friday.
nlces and down came tho namesake of 1
Sweden's illustrious king, breaking a 1 ,,d An.irila Animal..
rtlile.1 chair unit nrnrtiirnlntr n atnrt 1 Australia produces those lowest of
of flowers In his fall.
by some of those hi'
The United States Geological
Survey has recently issued a report
entitled "The Production of Mineral
Paints in 1903," in which the state'
men t is made that the natural
mineral paints produceii last year
amounted to 126,649 short tons,
Vilued at $5,437,275. The report
covers the production of metallic
paint (including mortar colors),
ochre, umber, sienna, Venetian red
zinc white, slate, graphite ar.d
carbonaceous shales and schists
As compared with the production
125,694 short tons, valued at
$4 060,831 in 1002, the output of
1003 is an increase of 005 short
tons in quantity and of $476,444 in
in value. This increase in value is
due to the increase in the produc
tion of the higher priced pigments.
Daily Mining Kecord.
The Trail O'er the Great Divide.
(Written for Tlio II 1 11 In lievortl ly Dennl II
There'H 11 lonjr. loiij; trail o'er the
That is lined with iuurulilii men,
Hound for tlio irenxiirvs of tho Other
Wheic 1111 one, now here, Imn been,
Miners limny, tipiiMUre-rvukeiH 11 1 1
Have picket) their kU ui)d lileil
For tlutt rich laud ol old, the Jaud o!
Tho camp on the Other (Jf.
Where I PckIck Smith mid lllue
All In tho nmrulilnj: Hue:
And lost Cabin Tom am)
All ot the lioluiiiida mine.
They nro nil trulllii toward tliu laud
To tho laud o'er tlio limit Divide,
For the dull cIIkkIiik lllu kuiiJh of
The oninp on the Other Side.
Though tho fuhulouH camp avwln
back 110 iiowh
Of Hh Kohl dust nail men,
Tho ly'toplnii ilildg no lets enthuse,
And otliui'H keep koIiik In.
So, no doubt, mi the morrow you
May Join the roHtloiw tide:
Pack your burros ami ra.viisen and
J 'or tho camp on tlio OtharSldo,
Great was. the family regret and
most ostentatiously displayed when
Mr. Clymer announced his Intention to
We shall be quite lost without you,"
said Mrs. Carhart.
"We shall miss the boy dreadfully,"
chimed In Mr. Carhart
"Shall you really!" demanded Mr.
Clymer, pausing in the act of strap
ping his valUe.
"Can you doubt It, my dear friend"
"Suppose, then, that I leave Gusta
vus Adolphus with you for a month or
so?" said the old gentleman. "I shall
be traveling around from place to
place, nnd a boy Ilko that would be
In the way. it you would Just as
"My dear sir," cried Mr. Carhart,
with a spasmodic gurgle in his throat,
"It will be the greatest favor you can
possibly do us!"
And, to Mrs. Carbart's despair, Mas
ter Gustavus was left on her bands
The month, a memorable and dread
ful thirty days with poor Mrs. Carhart,
was drawing to a, close when her hus
band came in, carrying a black edged
letter and' with a certain melancholy
exultation in his face.
"My dear," he said, "we have here
sad news. Onr estimable friend Sir.
"Not dead!'' shrieked Mrs. Carhart
yes, iny dear; ho has paid the
tribute to nature which we must all
sooner or later yield up, und wo are
to attend the funeral In New-York at
once, when his will will be opened and
The funeral over, they all gathered
in tho back parlor of the luxurious
house occupied by the lato Carolus
Clymer to hear In what maimer the
deceased had disposed of his largo
, "Conscious," went on the ofllclatlng
lawyer, reading from tho will In a
high nasal tone, "of ray approaching
dissolution, I glvo and bequeath all
tho property of which I dlo iiossessed,
without reservation" Mr. Carhurt un
folded his handkerchief "to the Pick-
lngham Orphan asylum, In the town
of IMcklnghnin, state of Wisconsin.
And to my dear friends, Mr. and Mrs.
Khun Carhart, I give what they will
pnzo more than nny moneyed remem
lirance, the care, charge and sole dls
position orer my adopted son, -Gusta.
vus Adolphus Gogglns."
Mrs. Carhart gare a shriek and lacs-
rd Into wild hysterics. Her husband
sat staring at her, apparently stunned
.Master Oiwtnvus Adolphus went
bade to tho l'icklngliam Orphan asy.
the quadrupeds, the duck billed wator
mole and the echidna, or Australian
porcupine ant eater. They, along with
the kangaroos, may be described as
the groundlings of the mammalian
family, for In respect of their struc
ture they aro of a much lower, grade
tliniusay, aflog or a cat Thts "inferi
ority Is seen not only In tho brain, but
In many other details of their bodily
In zoological circled tho prevalent
opinion Is that this mole Is a link be
tween birds on the one hand nnd mam
mals on the other. These "lowest"
quadrupeds lay eggs like birds, tho
young being subsequently hatched
from Ihe eggs, whereas In the kanga
roos and nil higher mammals the
j young are born alive and nourished by
I means of milk.
A Qnelon of llefl.
'Do you think his words have any
Well, he makes some nrettv benvv
tpecchcs."-Clcvclnnd Plain Denier.
SAVED 1'ltJJI TEMU1JLE DEATH
Tlio fainllv of Mrs. M. I. Itolihln .r
Uurgcrton, Tunn,, 6uw her dying mid
wore powerless to suvo hor. Tliu mint
skillful physicians nud every reiuody
used, fulled, while consumption was
slowly lull silrelv tnklnu her life. Tn
this teriiblu hour D. King's New His
cowry for Consumntion turnoil ill.
pair Into Joy. The llrst bottlo brought
Imiuedlato relief and. Its continued
uso completely cured hor. It's tho
most cot tnln euro In tlio world for all
throat and lung troubles. Guaranteed
IlOttloa SOO and 41.00. Trial llnttlen
1 free ut Benson's Pharmuoy.
Slcnrera !. r Affair.
Herbert Spencer never married.
When he was twenty years 1 ho had
something like a tender affair, and ho
tells about It In his autobiography.
Tho young lady s affections had nl
ready been placed elsewhere, and sbo
was only playing with tho budding
philosopher. One day her "young
man" culled, and they all went out for
n walk. Hpenccr says: "She, taking
Ids arm, looked over her shoulder
smilingly nnd rather mischievously to
see what effect was produced on me,
there being nn evident suspicion that
I should not be pleased. Tho rcvola
tion was not agreeable V me, but still
It did not give me a shock of a serious
KllllliK n II0M11.
There are persons at the present day
and not nil old women either who
believe that killing n robin will bring
bad luck. According to ancient belief
tho stonncloud was a huge bird. The
Arabians represented his wings as
measuring 10,000 fathoms. This bird
lived on worms, the latter being the
streaks of lightning accompanying
storms. The Germans remodeled the
fiction by creating the god Thor, whoso
bird was the robin. Consequently to
kill a robin first meant death by light
ning, then bad luck.
An Knoriunnii SunillHl.
A curious phenomenon Is reported In
tho columns of n geographical publica
tion. It Is a largo promontory in tho
Aegeau sea, known as H.iyon Horoo,
which extends 3,000 feet nbovo the
lei el of tho water. As tbo sun swings
around, tho shadow of this mountain
touches one by one a circle of Islands
separated by regular Intervals, which
act as hour marks. It Is the largest
sundial in the world.
"You must excuso tho beef," apol
ogized the landlady. "Tho butcher
promises to do better tomorrow."
"Ah!" muttered I'ltzgoblcr. "We nro
all entered for tho futurity steaks, ns
Don't cat when tired and don't work
when tired. It Is a mistake l woil
when not In a lit condition bad 1
the work nud norae for you
Notice ot Sale ol Kc.il lis late and Saw
In Iho District Court of thu Unhcd ,
Stales fur tho District ot Oregon.
In thu inutlerot 1 !
Long&lllnghnmljumhci'Comp.iiiy, i 1
a corporation, ( 1
lmnkrupt. 1 !
Notice Is hereby given, that by
vlrtuoot 1111 order mnde on tho lutit
day ot October, l0l, by tho Court In
the above entitled mutter, tho under I
s uneil Trustee, will on, from nml
'liter one o'clock la the afternoon of
Wednesday, the 30th duv of Novem
ber, l'.toi, at tbo pivinlscs hcreluiilter
itescrlticit in lottngo uruve, oiegon,
sell nt private Hile to the liluhest bid
der for cash In hand Iho following
uoecriiieu promises ,11111 nun plant to
lICKhinlug at a point 00 feet West of
tho Noithwesl Corner of lllook Pour
Second Addition to (Iciirgctown, Ore
on; Ihence running West "JINX feel;
thence South ilil.T feet; I bunco West
3M1.1 feel to thu Might uf Way of the
Oregon California lhtllroad ; thence
South '.MK degrees West 10 feet;
thenco East S2U fiet; llienco North
100 feet; tlioiiee Knit ISO feet ; thbnco
Not th 131 7 feet to tho place of bo.
giiiuliiKtutnltiliig 1.1 acres of land,
mora or less.
Also Ix-ulmiliiirutu point in Section
as Township so Sotllli.K.ingcU WestliO
root VH'fi or iiiokouiiiwosi onrncror
Lot One in Illock 3 id (leolgvtown,
lJilie Cotinjy, State ot Oregon ; t bunco
West too foot; thence South SI. 3 feet;
thenco South 27 degrees 23 minutes
Wot 737.3 feet! thonco li'.U feet!
thence North 221 7 fovl; thenco East
20 feet nud thenco North 1I9JS feet to
ttio place or 001:111111111:. co'ilaintiii;
2. Jih) iicivs of land, more or less.
Kxeeptltig rrom tlio n'oremtii
promises thu part thereof conveyed
bv tho said Ijouu &- ltliiuham Lum
ber Company to the Oiegon & South
eastern linllroml Coiupuny.on the 20th
nay or .iaicli, iuou, uy 1110 certain
conveyance recorded April I, 1003, on
p.ie 00 of Volume CO of tlio Hecords
of Deeds for Initio County, Oregon,
disciilied us follows, lo-ult:
Iicginnlng nt a imjiiiI lu Section as
Township 20 South , lbiligo 3 West 00
ret West of the Noithwcst Corner In.
I,i it. One, Illock S ot (ieorgei-iwu In
kino County, State of Oreg n ; ihenei-
nuui -uoieci: iiieuce vom iu ieei
ttiunco Noith 31 degrees 20 mln
itlei est 202 feci, inoro or less, to
tlio southeast uoumlary or tin
grounds convoyed bv O. W. Iong to
the O. .SS. K.U. It. Uo. ; tlience Norm
27 ilcuices 22 mllhites Hast I'Ji feet:
thence North 137.3 feet ; tlieneo East
100 feet to the iilnee df liegiinillii:.
conlaiiilng 1.39 acres of land, mors or
less, all situated in Lane County,
Also tho following saw mill plant
ItHMtcd upon tho above Premises to.
wit: One Double Clieuliir sawmill;
one Forty-Inch Portland lum Works
Edir-r: on l'. x 22 Ames Enulno:
One 10x21 Corliss Kugine; One Klglit.
ttoroo rower iigine, uiirigni 1, r.;
TwoCOxlO Amos Hollers: Ono UOzli
Etio Holler; Ono American Planer
8x21: One No. II Invincible Plain
Ono 50 Inch Lhickovu blower; One
National Dry Kiln coiuplcto und
building 21xHtl; Ono lath mill nud
bolter not sot tin: ono out oft saw
nud nrbor, not sot up; four pair lum
ber trucks: ono seventy-live liuht
dynamo; ono log haul and ono lou
Al.so tlio Lots numbered 3 and I In
lllook Four of Ueorgctowu.
Also Lots 2 and 3 In Illock One hi
tho J. I. Jones Addition to Cottage
All tho rlzht. tltlu mill ntetrst of
iho wihl Haukrupt, lu.tbe following
uoxcriocii property-,. ,
iieinmnK ni 1110 aoiiiiiensi corner
or liot 3. iiicx'k-one Jones' AUi'itioit
to Cottacu Grove. Orecoa. and run
nlug thenco Eart 177.7 feet to Mill
Street In tho Second Addition to
Georgetown, Oregon; thence North
liolcet. West 177.3 feet, South 110
feet to beginning point; Commencing
at a point IM feet East of tho South
enstcornor Lot Ono Illock 2 In Jones'
Addition to 1 ottnge drove, und run
ning East 178.4 feet to .Mill Street
North 112 feet; West 178 feet, to the
East side of the ui"8t Ens erly street
lu Join's' Addition toCuttimo Gruve.
South 112 feet to place of beuliiuliit::
commencing at the Nottbenst Comer
hot 1 illock 3 Jones Addition to cot
tage Grove, Ore , West HO feet South
112 feet East U0 feet North 112 foot;
also Lot Ono block two. all In J. I.
Jones' Addition to Odtuge Gtovo,
iine county, up-roh.
A deed for thu laud last described
Is In escrow and provide fiT the
payment of $1,3".00; $375.00 has been
paid and $1,000.00 Is unpaid.
That all of tho nreinlso" iibovo de
scribed are In Lano County, Oregon,.
sain salti Is to on subject to eon
Urination by the Court utter tea days
notice to creditors.
Dated at Cottage Orovu, Oregon,
this 22nd day of October, 1901.
G0 4t) J. O. Lo.vo, Trustee,
1 8 okc diiy uvercoaT-
In our Slock
Ami you citu'L miss u nilt'jjrnin in ifmlcrinl, stylo,
workmanship rtml' -finish.. They tiro Ihu very hunt
goods vt? have been alilo '(6 'wctu'C. cnii 111 any
man lotij?, shml.'thick or thill. And we'll cttt'ri tailors
price aliout the iniddlo for goods of equal tnti'it,
'KJ PACIFIC TIM -ER COS STORE
VnderOdd Follows Hall
l A. L10WIS
lAAiiirox v hatch
.Uo on-icH or riiM
wSL Hoheinin ami Hlaek
Firsi- Class Turnouts, Double or Single.
LB WIS & VI-ATCIl
COTTAGB OROVU, ORB
!fCi(y and Farm Properly.
Lnllel 8tatc Uml oni.e,
Itwebunr. Ore., Oct, uuth, liKii,
Nutlet! of aMilffdtlon at V. J. Hard In LetiMlf
tf himself and hli co-owner Oconee W, l.lord
for United Hate i'Htciit to tlio Detroit Unln
Notice Ik heruhy Klven. that In tiuriunnre nf
rim pter , title W of tho Uevli-el fiuiiittu( the
rnittM Htntet. V J. Ilnnl whore bontofllra aJ
tire In Jlolivnifa, DoiikIm C'ouolv, tyregoti, In
belialt of lihiiDelf nI (feorgo W. Moyil co-
vwnr nun nun imi niwi an aiuuaum for a
imiviK iir tno iiiu inula cimni i nilcl I no iu
rcilt IjhIo. tltatel In the ItohcmU illnlnir
uiririci. ltiuKiHH i4iuiiit. tirevoii. mm iieiv
natel by th hell nolo of tho oflicUI itlitt on
lllelnthe L'ultl HtaU-a ftn 1 onice ni Hone-
'riirie, iireKon at iiinerai Murrey no. 673, Hi Keo
I loll Il.Toumlitpai, H, II. I Kant V. M. fill-
:eime4ij iney uaimiDK ixu upear fvei oi tlio
Detroit unto, untie or vein bcarintc uoii or mi
ver with vurfacu grtmwla) vet In width the
wiuie Inline N. 7Uil.. and S7 in. Went. ft. and
8.70 d. CT m. KaM mtu from dlwwrery cut
.heteon iltiiHtedandbefiiKln Hectloii, Town
Hh I ii and lUitiiM as afortialil.
1 be exterior boumlarle pf survey Ko. 673 are
HRjuiiuwB towu; ixrEuininv at corner no, t,
m hence the U.H. M, St. eslabllihed in survey
so. Z bean N, rl ) W in. wit. anil S. K.
corner of Huctlon 1 1 (uu Tn. ,t. H. It. l K bean
boulh 47 d. M in. 4 . Kail 152J,73ft. Thence
SortniVd. ic; in. Rait mil. to corner nn, I
Thenoj N.WU. m M. W LVW fti 1 1. to cor
ncr No. ;t; Thenco H 19d.03 m West (10 ft. to
corner jio. 4 ; J Deuce a. ,Q d, 07 m. Kail IM) feet
to comer Nq 1 Iho pinto of beiflilnlng' rarl
atlon twtnx&Jd. M m. Kakt. CoutalnltiKA net
areaof n.3l'JacriR after uxcludlDgcoiifltct with
Arctuiun UmIo (nnaurveyed) and forming a
portion of thoH.K. qr. Wcc. It ((impended) 1. 21
Samuit of tho adlnlolnir olalrnM leliiir tha
A return! Ilo.othem If any unknown,
The notice of aiui'iiOvd Im-atlon of said De
troit Ixxlo Mine U of record In the office of the
County lieeorJer of Iiouglai County, at Kokc
burg, Orcgotii In Volmn. 9 page H of the Mlnlni;
Any and mipenoim clalraliig a-lvcrH'ly the
Cottage &m flour mills.
Having purchased the warehouse formerly
owned by Messrs Blletle & Ilijigins, we wish
to announce that we will continue to carry a
larjje stock of all kinds of Feed there, which will
be soltf at lowest prices.
lly courteous treatment, stmrc ilcntillg we hope In
Tcceive n lore share of your itatroimge.
HAY AND KKKD DHIJVItKIvI) l'ROMlTI,Y.
SBiirtiinu BSiiascn. prop.s.
F. pAHoUTTitj Manager.
.l.l-.K.I. .. .1. .1. .
! t TAII.0H MADE
i The Lowest Prices
CIullics denied, I'ressJd
Atid Repaired Fjr
S1.00 PER MONTH
i II KO IIOll I.MAN'
4 J jCfWW
1 Tin. PiH .nr.. r.,.,i,.,. 1
Hardware gij81 LAUN)V
Stoves ami '
anil KukLM. Soli' iwi" lor tin1 roli'limti'il 3
MII.IIUKN WACiONS 2
A Kiill Stock of Mlnlnit snpptlPM.
In nnw In riiiuiliiK onlcr
anil HTwiri'l lo ilu nil WihIh ol
i liiiinilr.v work with proiilitii)'HM
f, .,..! ul ........ .1.1.. ..(..
WV Iiohi to wn'iin your
luitroiiiiKO anil to iUium you
with our work. I'lmim.'U
Aiidimt Swaitsoo, Prop.
illiUiiUlliiiilWUiUilljUiliiUlliiUaWU iUiUiiWlliUiUiUili i
mining Kruuiiu, vulu. llulu, premlM;. or nny
iMirllun Ihcrent mi ile'ribijil. kiirvevoil. iilAtleil
hwI api'llcd lor are horeliyiiutllleil that nrieM
UNJMENT ON HAUTII.
Uuorv D. Ilililwln. Hunt. fMlv
Water Works, HliulWuirif, Win,
writs : "I havo tried several Ulinln of
llnuiiinit, but I Imvo iiuvor ivcivoil
iniicli IxTielit until I ii.chI Itnlliii'il'ii
Hnow Ijlnlmoiit for rliPiiiiiiitUiu hiiiI
pinna, i llilnic it tlio hunt lliilinont on
parth." 25P, COp, gi.rKi Bold hy Now
Era DniR Co,
tlielrailvemoclAlniiiare ilulv llleil an accnnl
lose to law ami tho rcKUlalloim thereiiinlcr,
within the time prc-K riu-il by law, with the
Iiegltlr ol thu Unlleil mini Uml Oltlie al
lliulblinf.Ill ttie ditllilv nf Ijftlllrlal Hlala nf
Orcxon, thejr will j larrel hy virtue ol tha
proviaium or the unueu nutd ptatute iu
anon eae maoeaixi iiruvincu,
to ; J. T. liilloliKH, itcgiiter
Villi mb. (M. la.it uli. Dee. 2Hlh.
Tlio I.oiiiIiiii (icncral MorclinnillMO
Storo wIhIi to aiiiioiiiiro to tliu liuylng
public that llicy now liuvu a vi-r.v
coiuplelti Htock of Oonural .MimvIiivihIImo
which tlicy llllfllll AoallllMT '' I'"' CBI't
por cent Im-Iow all coinitlIloii.
Wo piirchaw) our kooiIh In laivo
ipliiutltk'H throiiKli 1'iiHlcrii Driiiniiiui'H,
pay ciihIi fornll wo buy, have no blh
rentH, no liiHiiranco rubw to pay, anil
coiiHc(timitly can null very cheap.
Think of CliAY WorHluil Sultn.
Ht $7.50 to $9.
WkIi (Ji'iulo (ioodx ami other IIiicm
of Heady .Mailo 'othlnt? of NcalcHtup-to-dato
Htylo at prlceH that will Hiirprleio
Machine Shop Open.
1 (a vlnir secured control of the
Latham inacliluuHhop, I will lo pre
pared to doall kliulH ol machine am!
Kviieral repair work Metal turning,
lltlhiKaiiil ailJiiHtliiK of iiiacliluery,
Prompt and direful atteiillon irlven
ordci'n. V, I), While. tf
D. li. Wells Shoes
Our lino of JM. I). WellH NIi.ouh aro
tho boftt wearerf on the market and at
jirlcoH Unit cannot Im xiialli'il.
Try our HoaHt ViiUiim, I lie bent
llnvor hiiiI will plwiHoyou,
SUTHKItI.ANI & GISISR,
Flour & Feed Store
ll.inl nml Soft Wheat
Junction City Flour
Chop I'eeil, Ciraham Klour.
nam, llrmi and Hliortn;
J. . mtowN,
WeMtSlde. Cotlime, (Irovlj
At ft. n year
No Iuv(iMlor4'au uffonl to lie
Journal for Investors
Any one of Ita Inalnrea In Alono Mnrlli
Die prlin ol utw'rljitloii.
II will mo you" Iiiiii.ib of ili.lUn
II nlwrarlor lia never bowi linpnifneil.
JOURNAL POR INVUSTORS CO.
ItiMiin (I, r iiuinbej of i:iiiiiiniT(u, llnalon,
Achlro lettura tml'. O. Ilox mi.
1 n KI.'IiikIcn 00 per .m
Comuion HoukIi lumber and
At mill, prk'i'H,
of Kiln Dried
Long ttlllngliani Lumber Co,