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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1905)
Admiral Wnlkcr nnd other members
of tho isthmian csnnl commission, who
recently returned from I'atiamt, luvo
returned thdr duties, Tlio work In tlio
Ctilcbrn tioctlon wilt occupy tlio Imuic
dlAto attention of the commission.
Colucldont with tho return of the
rommlMlon from l'aunma Is the giving
of order for the purchase of a larg
tjualitlty of material uecensary for car
rylnjr on the work. Proposals will be
inked for supplying n very largo yusn
tlty of cement, for which specifications
will be Issued; also for 1,000 steel
dump can to be used on the work now
under way at the Culcbrn cut I)y the
terms of tho treaty between Panama
nnd the United States the commission
Is given cbargo of the water supply
nnd scwerattf system of Pan&nia nnO
Colon., tho work upon which has bo
gun. A complete code of laws for tho gov
ernment of tho cilnal strip has been
prepared by tho commission nnd only
waits the approval of tho secretary o
war to become effective.
Treaty Willi Santo Domingo.
Acting Postmaster General Slinllcu
berger has advised tho postal govern
ment of Snuto Domingo that the Unit
ed States will bo glad.to hear anything
that the Dominican government may
wish to present respecting provisions
of the proponed parcels post treaty be
tween the two countries, but that this
government will substantially adhere
to tbo terms of tho treaties now In
fore between the United States and
Venezuela and other South American
This action Is In reply to representa
tions from Santo Domingo that tho
treaties between tbat government nnO
France and other European govern
ments would be mora satisfactory 10
Santo Domingo than the terms of the
Venezuelan treaty, ft copy of which the
United States has forwarded as a basis
Living IUkU In ron.
In a report to tho department of com
mcrco and labor United States Consul
General dudger says concerning the
outlook at Pannma:
"That business will be good here for
the next decade Is agreed to by nil.
Tlio number now engaged In It U very
large, and many moro are contemplat
ing coming here for business purposes.
It Is utterly Impossible to convey In a
report like this to those who contem
plate establishing themselves here any
thing like a correct Idea of the sltua'
tlon. There Is only one thing for such
persons to do, and that Is to examine
conditions for themselves on the
ground. It may be Btated that no one
should come here without nt least
money enough for present uses and for
payment of bis passage home In case
of failure or of sickness. All will find
living expenses and rents high and
conditions quite different from those
In the United States."
XbtcI AdveriUUK Srhenie.
Tho latest addition to tbo list of pe
culiar people who baunt the capltol
building nnd grounds was made by
Captain Jlcgrew of the capltol police
foroo when ho entered the name- of a
man who signed himself William Leeds
nnd who has-a new nnd dectdodly.noy
el scheme for advertising. Leeds
sought permission from the capltol au
thorities to use the "monuments and
statures" In tho parks to ndvertlsc cer
tain brands of cigars, patent medicines
nnd other things. Of course such per
mission was refused him.
Patent Otno Model MoTed.
The last of the models and model
cases that have Incumbered the corri
dors and . galleries of the second floor
of the great white building on F street
occupied by the patent oQlce have
been carted awny. For years past tat
models accumulating In the pattnt of
fice bavo occupied space that the offi
cial thought could be put to much bet
ter uso Atl f the division chiefs were
calling on the chief clerk for more
space lu which to carry on the routine
work of tbo office, nnd no space was to
be bad. The models kept coming in
nnd piling up. A certain sentimental
interest attached to the models for
bade putting them aside, bnt the space
was needed, and n year or bo ago an
official with more business acumen
than sentiment in bis makeup ar
ranged for tho renting of a part of tho
Union building, on O street, for tiw
storage of the surplus nieaeu.
CnrirlnB- (be Halls.
The poBtotHco department has Issued
advertisements Inviting proposals for
carrying the malls on all tho star and
steamboat routes in New England,
New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania,
Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and
West Virginia for tbo next contract
term of four years, beginning July 1,
1005. The advertisements Include 4370
mall routes, on which the present con
tract pay Is approximately $1,555,000
Lindens nt tlie Capital.
Five hundred American linden trees
will be planted this fall on Massacbu
Hetts avenue extension. These will be
set out in double rows nftcr the man
ner of those already of big growth on
tbo older part of the avenue, and wbeu
this planting is completed Washington
will possess probably the longest street
In tbo world adorucd by this graceful
Tlio I'lilllliplne Arinr.
Lieutenant General Chuffee, chief of
staff, receutly cabled an Inquiry to
Major General Wnde. commanding the
Philippines division, asking If condi
tions lu tho Islands would not Justify
tfiS reduction of tb present military
force tbero from four regiments of
cavalry and nine of Infantry to three
regiment of cavalry nnd seven of in
fantry. General Cbottec has received a
reply from General Wade expressing
tbo opinion that the proposed reduction
of'rallltary strength was not only prac
ticable, but advisable. This will prob
obly bo done. CARL SCIIOFIELD.
"In my opinion Cluimherluhi'H
Cough Itomcily U tho best .innilo for
,..Vidb " says Aim. Ur'1 Wnlkcr of
Potervlllc, California. Thero is no
'lot bt about Hh boliir the best. No
other Will euro cold so quickly. No
other Is bo mire u pmvontlvo of pneu
nioiila. No other U ho pleasant and
Bitfo to tnko. 'i'heso ure Rood masons
why it fhnuld '". Pji-forrwl to any
other. TUO fact la that tow people
nreaatuned with any other after
linvlnK once used this remedy. For
v ly two JJodorn Pharmacy.
' THE FOOL'S VERDICT.
TheWI.e Jmlitmenl That Wn Deliv
ered br Slmrdn Seynr Jean.
Here ki a stonjr whli h has gone the
rounds of three and a half centuries. It
has been credit! to many writer, but
was llrst told by ItnMnls
In Paris at a roast nient cookery of
the Petit ChMtttlct n certain hungry
porter was eating Ills bread ami at the
same time sniffing the reok and steam
from a fat goose which was Wn
turned on a spit before a great tire,
thereby gaining savory accompaniment
to his dry ration.
He ate very slowly that he inlghl en
Joy tho reeking, smoking savor ns loug
as possible, and when bis penny lost
had Ixxmi consumed he attempted to u
.... iii tiift 1-o.ik ws not of thai
I (Hilt. J.Mfc - -
, mind. The master of the shop laid
hold upon him by the gorget, rtemanu
Ing pay for the smoke and steam of
the roast gooae. The porter demurred
The cook claimed that a portion of tbt
meal had deerly been made from tb
savor sniffed up aud swallowvd.
' It clmneed while the dlseusston wa
going on that ferny Jean, the- fool,
entered the shop, ami the matter was
1 referred to him.
1 "Wilt thou submit to the Judgment
, of this good cltlsenr asked the cook.
"Aye, by the blood of the goose, that
1 will," answered the porter.
' The story was thvu told and the ease
argued. The fool llted attentively,
and in the end he naked the porter to
' let htm take two pieces of his money
! The poor man drew from hit foh two
I pieces of cupper- 8eyny Jean took
them and Jingled them awhile between
' hla two hands and then gave them
, back whence he had received ttmm. Then
I to the coo he said: "The porter did
' smell of tliy goose, aud thou hast heard
j the Jingle of his money. Thou hast
thy goose Intact, he hatti Ids money, as
I scetneth to me right ami proper. And
tills court doth decree further
that every one go about ids own bual
: uess lest we have too many fools
; among us."
A VHP. Y CLOSE CALL.
"I stuck to my end ii". although
every Joint neheil nnd ev"ry nerve
wus'rnckwl with pain." wrlteeC. W.
llellamy, a locomotive fireman, of
IturliliKtoM, Iovvh. "I wax weak and
pale, without any appetite nn.l nil
rim down. Ah I wm about to itlve
up. I sot a lHttle of Electric Bitter,
and after tnklfg It I felt on well ns 1
ever did ill m.v life." Weak, sickly,
run down people always gain new
ir.. .,,,,.-1. ..ml vlvnr fmm ttulr
use. Try them. SatWaettoii nuarait
feed by Heimon' I'luinnney. Price
3030 MEN WANTED
To buy Kemiel.v'a Chain Llg;ht
nlnir Liniment, for Itlieuiuntlxm and
all ihiIiih and Intlninatlon. Price
no ceuta, all tlraeglst, or by mull
upon receipt of price, write i- L iwen
nedy, SiiKluaw, Oregon, for Hat of
tcsttmonim. Snttelnctlon ginran
teed. Tlie ait display at the Lewis and
Clark Centennial v be of fabu
lous, value, representing more
money' than' will be expertde in
building the Exposition. There
will be a few paintings worth at
least $100,000 each, and the aggre
gate value of the display will be
millions of 'lollars
Shelter l lie r-iot-u.
A sheep tliat Is not properly sheltered
during the fall and winter will require
more feed than one that la protected
from the cold fall rains and wintry
winds. It Is economy to provide prop
er shelter, as'feed Is money.
Old IloulUli Sheep.
Sixty years ago there were only two
breeds of sheep sufficiently well estab
lished and recojpitaed to have separate
classes at tbe royal show of Kngiand.
They were the Leicester and South-
The Conanltatlon. j
Friend You've never been called In
consultation, have you? Young Doctor '
No, but I'd lite to be. Ifs nleu to
charge ten times ns roueb a tbe other
doctor for J ln that you don't know
any more about the ease than be does !
The Doelur'a Viewpoint.
DoctorWell, sir, I couRra tulnte you.
Ifi all nicely over. Newestpop And
wnst Is It, doi-tor? Doctor One hun
dred dollars, thank you. Town Topics.
"I wai troubled with itom
aeh trouble. Thedtord'a Blak
Draught did mo mora good
In one week than all the doc
tor's me-iictoo I took In a
year.' -MRS. BAR All K.
nUIRPIBLD, Ellettarllle, Ind.
Thlford i Illai-k Draught
quickly invigorates the ac
tion of the itomach ami
cures even chronic cases of
indipi"stion. If you will
take a small dose of Tlied
ford'sltlack Draught occa
sionally you will keep jour
stomach and liver in per
More sickness is caused by
constipation than by any
other disease. Thedfurd'a
IHack-Draiiglit not only re
lieves constipation but cures
diarrlxra and dysentery and
keeps tho bowels regular.
Draught Is tlio bett medi
cine to regulate the bowels
I have ever used." MRS.
A. M. OH ANT, 8neadj
Ferry, N. C.
BLOOD MEAL AND TANKAGE.
Value nt Slaughter llonne lljnro,l.
nets an Stnrk I'ecda,
Three general elitism of throw by
products are used lucceawfully as feed
ing stuffa-vti, blood meal or dried
blood, tankage ami meat scrap and
meat meal, say ltural Now Yorker.
Dried blood or bloud meal la mndo
from tbc Mood of cattle, sheet) and
hugs. The blood Is conveyed In pain
from the killing room to the drying
room, where It Is cooked lu small tanks
until the clot separates from tho water.
It Ix next pirescd to remove tlie water,
nnd tho pressed cake la dried In n
steum drier until It contains only about
5 ier cent of moisture. Then It U
ground to t line meal and sold In hun
dred pound sacks.
Dried blood has been successfully foil
to Iambs lu place of milk by German
txperlmentcra. They fed about half a
pound dally for a hundred M)unda live
weight of animal. It has alo beou
used with good results for curing and
yvventlng scours lu calves. The value
of this feed nnd of these made from
tankage and meat scrap lies In their
muscle nnd ttooe building proertle.
When properly Ted they have a stltuu
Intlug effect on tlie hair, making tlie
coat silky slid glossy. They are valued
si-cording to their content of protein
ud should be bought only tm a guar
antee of specified protein coutent.
Tankage consists of meat scrap,
trimmings, bone, blood anil various
other waste nitrogenous matter from
the packing house. It is cooked In
large tanks under a steam pressure at
about forty pound for seven or eight
hours, which cooks out tlie tallow and
grease. It Is then allowed to nettle, and
the grease Is drawn off. The solid resi
due Is then pressed further to remove
tbe fat and moisture. It Is ue.t dried
and ground. When dried It contains
only t! to 7 per cent moisture and from
10 to 00 per cent protein. Since It Is
jnnde ny of several different suit
stances It Is quite variable In quality.
It usually contains a eoiwMcrablo
amowit of phosphoric neld, depending
on the proiortlon uf bono present.
Tankage is fed principally to pigs, ami
one part tankage to from two to live of
com Is tbe proportion fat.
What I known as d caressing wool
by the "dry metlHxl" H drawing ntten
tlou In Germany. Thla is performed
by tbe use of Infusorial earth, used as
an absorbent, which is applied to the
wool with groat force by a current of
air by specially constructed but Inex
Kgvpt and Morocco will "take a
combined African display it the
Lewis aud Clark Centennial. Too
exhibit will cover 1,500 square feet
and its value will be $225,000.
aHord to be
1 How can you
I P. M
First 16 one dollar, each additional 16 50c, each additional 8 C. P. 25c
' REASONABLE CHARGE FOR WIRING.
100 First Street
Ore Feeders, Koch Crushers,
Steam Scrapers, Tramways, Etc
Air and Electric Drills
A complete line of Mine and t(l) .
Catalogues, Plans and Prices on
Hammond M'fg. Co.
too Irir;,t St-iect
POKTLANU, - - OUIJGON
tTHKn 1118 MOTHKK OF MIV.V
MATINM. "My mother has been sufferer for
nmiiy yearn from rhenmnilm," nays
W. II. Howard of Husband, Peniia.vl
vnnla. "At llinca she was iinablo to
move at all. while at all tlmex walk
Iiik wna palnlul. 1 presented her
With a linUle ol ClmmlierlnllfH I'alll
llnlm ami after a few application she
decided It was tho most wonderful
pain telhvr she had ever tried. Ill
lact, she la never without It now mid
Is at all times able to walk. An oc
casional application 1 1 Pain Ilnlin
Keeps away the rum that idio was
rorinerly tnOitihtl wiih." For sale
by The Modern Phiu inacy.
NtWIt'K KOI! IT PI. If TIOX.
I . s l.nml Oltlce.
Itorehunr, Ore. Dec. 10, 11)01.
Notice la hereby (riven that the
ollowtiut named wrltler Ima filed
notice ol hi? Intention to make final
proof In support nt IiIh claim, and
that aftM proof villi Ih- made before
the Itejrlster and Itiselver of the I'.
. Land Office at R..Beburc. Ort-Rniu
on l'ohruary io. WOo. via: H, K.
No. WIS. .lohn V. Maasey. for the
suit 8EJ. sec. so. r. s it. w.
lie itameathw following; wlliiee
to prove Ilia continuous retddeiico
upon and cultivation of said land,
lleurv ('. tiomlHt. Ailllain T. Mc
Cov, W-. t. Maaaey ud U. D.
lltdiKlimuu, all f London, Oregon.
J.T. IIkiiiukm. Uefftaler.
NOTICE FOIl PI'HLIf ATKIN.
Irfml Olllce at ItuMehurw. Or.
November I, lttOI.
Notice la lioreby Klven that the tol-lowlnu-tinmed
settler has 11 led notice
of his Int nttou to make final proof
III support of hla claim, and that said
proof will be made la-fore. I. .1. Wal
ton, V. S. Comiiilaaloiu-r. at his olllce
at Kmretie. Oiokoii, on Jauuary IS.
1005, via: It K Ni IHM.V Oetirwe K.
nun, lor tm .sr. .r. w. i. 1. i
S.,11. A V.
. lie names the following wltiivamM
to prove hla continuous residence
ipon and cultivation of auld land,
liarnest AlcKeynolda, Oeonie liar
riMHi. OtKirae .lelteynoldn, Pert Jli
l)ok, olUlvide. Oregon.
J. T. IImiimikh.
NOTICK rUK rl'nUlWTION
United Mtstss Uwt OBVe,
NoMtNirg. Oragoa, Iter, tt, ISM
NoOm ia btrehT gtnn thst In eooipHinr
with the nroiUI.'n ot it act ot 'onrM at
Jiiiws, )sT. mlltusl "An ! lor It sste ot
tlmbsr Undt In Oe -tt. 4 nic.rnl,Ortoo
Nrrsda ,ad Mhlinrion I rrrliorr," wexwiU
rd to sit the public land atsm br M at Aujuit
JOHN 1 FHAIIV
ot Loraar, County nt Uan. Slato "f ori-non.
lau Oils tta)-Hled In thU olnre his
sMKsih-uI Nn. SSIU lor Ibr piirilmv of IMS
1, of eeiloa No. n inhlp :i South, of Kaiige
1 et awl will nVr prwf to thow that ttle
land mniglit 11 more vuluable tor IU timber
or stone than for riilurl pun ami
to establim hi claim n ald land brfore
J. J. Walton. I' S OiBimW.wni-r.at lita ee at
Eugene. Onuou. on Miimiu). the 4lh dsr of
Marrh. l' llw nann-t 11 wllnoMm. JihH
Hunt. Ktl A.I.IIimiu. I. I. Ilarniijioii ana riiy
llarrliiKton. all "I Lorane. I ano Counlr, llreaon. I
Any .ind nil neraom 1 laiiuing mtvi-raely the
aluve ili"o-rilil UmU are r-Ui-tnit to ale lln-lr
claims 111 tlm ullli-.- on m I '" --tld IIU day of ,
Marrh, iisii . .... 1
ioiii,. j r liUMir. Ki-xUter. 1
without them? When you can run lour IB C. P
at 2 cents per light per day.
per month for
Grove Electric Co.
I' A ISM UllS .1 TTHXTtO.X.
We have a large supply of cheap
liniilier, lost whal you want on a
ranch, price very cheap, must lie sold
to Idaho mom for othvr stock,
Tlio llooth-Ki'lly Lumber t'o.t
IN Till! COl'NTY I'OI'IIT Ol' THIS
8TATK OK OHUtlON.
roll THU t'Ol'NTV Of l,VNK.
lu the matter nt tho ICsttite ot
.Snintiel A. UeltluitM, ilmiiHiil. Ci
tation. To Marylaml (lettltiirw.Clav county,
lllluola; Martha A. Clasvll Jtud.Maiy
A1111 Uettliw. slate of lllluola; llcteey
Leach, state ot Illinois; Tlinxtvm
OettlnH, atste ol Illinois: Mary Mc
fllntoi . HtMtiof Illinois'. I una? Km
brnni.1. Hcntoii. III.: Henry iiultltiKa,
St l.oula. M0.1 Nlary llrynnt, Miami,
III. I Manila (iiiH'IIWOnd, atalc of Illi
nois; l.a ifiice froallu, l-'Mitny
froaliti. llni ilf-oii f roallii.Jeiiny Croa
111), Oetirne Orualln aud Arthur Proa
tin naldonce unknown, and all per
sona known and unknown Interested
In nalil wlnle: OreetlhK
lu the iihiiic ot the HJateof Oregon,
Ytm are hereby cited and roipilivil to
apiiear In the county court of tho
statu of Oregon, for the county of
Lane, nt the court room thereof, at
UtiHi'iic, In the coiintv of Lnne, on
Moiiday, the thlrleentil day of t'Vbril
(try, Uhfl, at three o'rliK'kln theafter
noon of thai day, then ami theie to
show eaua". If any vim have, why an
order should not Im innileMiiihorlaliig;
ami I'lniioncrliiK the ailmluhtrator
hi the aii'ive eatnle to sell the real
entali- Is'lunglng to said estate, said
real estate In-Inn deacrllieil as follows;
Ih-gintiliiK at a point WH ht't est ot
t-e sotitheiiat corner nf a lot of latid
jilenUM to J- I- Ilrkhm by 0. P.
I Ailnmx, run themv north 4ii7.ll Teet,
ttlHIH?e west 'Mi feet, thence south
j-IOT.8.fet thence south 'Jt degrees
I west ailCW fiet, thctice en-t -KIT fwt.
. thence tiotth 1MI feet to the place of
ln'gfnnlnn, contalaiitK I I nuuti of
lnlitl moie or U-a- In the cliy of Cot
taire Urove, Lane county , Oreiciin.
Witness, the Hon. (). It. f flrlHinnu.
Jnilgv of the County t'oiirt of the
State of Oii-koh, for tlie Count V of
I.aieuml the seal of said court here
tiMitllxtHl, this S.sth day of Deceiitber,
(goal: Attest.) R. I". Lkk.
CoTTAOX GKOVK. OKU.
Paid ij Capital, $25,000.00
Money to loan on approve.) security,
KxchangcK sold, available auv tilaer
11 theUniti-l Stales
T C VHL(S,
A C Woodrock.
Tk Eiret National Bank
tBBBHt I I
H. C. MADSEN,
Il(ltlnx st icaiimalils rmrnri,
All vrnrk giiaraulreil tlttt-elaia.
Wale li, tilwki and Jewelry at IajwhI l'tlf1
A. II. KING
AKorney at 8nw,
ootvaok, a now, oiu;.
J. E. YOUNG
M lloi it on '-a I '-Law
j. oitlee oil Main itucl, Weil Hltls
COTTAHK OltOVIt, OKIt
.1. S. Medley. d. (.'. .liilitiHim
Mcdlnu ij Johnson,
(tj'flrv .S'liWrt.' flit ii A' ((.
SKC llttl'lltllMI ulvi'ii to .MIllllIK
uud t'orporiitloii I.uv.
A. F. and A. M.
Cottage Grove No. t. Meets
ist nuil 3rd Saturday.
Oliver Vcntcli, V. M.
W. O. W.
Holicmia Camp No. 360, Meets
every Saturday nislit.
C. II. Van Dcnburg, Clctk.
M. W. of A.
CottaRe Grove Camp No, 6434.
Meets first and third Tuesday
C. W. Wallace, Cleric.
F. of A.
(Court llohcmla Mo. 33. Meets
every l'riduy night.
S. K. I.nuilcr, Secty.
Women of Woodcraft.
St. Valentine Circle. Meets
1 st and 3rd Tuesdays.
Mrs. C. J. Miller, Clerk.
I. O. O. F.
Cottage Gtovc No. 6H. Meets
every Saturday night.
Geo. Conisr, 1'. Secty.
M"" B A
Meets every and and 4th Moudays.
S. V., Lauder, Secty.
0; A S. I! It R
Tin. TaM. No'.J
To Take Hfftct Apr. 2nd, 1901.
Ka.t Ueuud laut Salonlr, W. llounJ
IsM liallr Et
Sol So 4
I ll lOTS.U
10 Ml 4 M
10 U 4.47
1 10 SO! 1-41
10 J0 43
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1 9 X-i 4:09
S JO j 4.-00
. .Collar. OroYs
Kn.l ill rrark
Hubjarl lu rhausWllhoul nolle.
AlloutararO Irvlihl lorwardrj nnljr al lb.
Julia ri.k ol .hli,-vr aH)lr.i.lrn...
Fmlsbl will not k nnltal at Ih. O. A .
K 14. I1 .fur iU p.m. To Iniuir
ornllnr on neat Iraln fr.liht mu.l Ix
Anlir.rrd In ainpla tlino to ixrtnll ol Hi
A. II. WOOD, Acting (Jen Mgr.
ahd union Pacs pic
Three Trains To The East Dally.
Through I'tillinnu stanilnril and tour
; bIitiuiil' cars iluily tu Oiniiliii. Chi-
niKO, Wnokiuiui tourist sIvcpltiK cars
iluily to Kiuisiis City j through Pullmiin
lonriet siet'ii'iiK curs tpcreonnlly con
ducted) weekly to Clilcnyo, Kansas City;
ricliiilnii t'tinlr cnrH (scats Irco) to the
No clmnifo( er,
bait Lake, Denver,
Pt. Worth. Omaha,
Kansas u tv. tit,
'." I HH
Unit Lake, Denver,
ft, vt oitli, uinaim,
Kaimau City, St,
Louis, CMUufo ami
V III llun t-
Wuila "vullu"; l,w
hton , Bpoknnc,
8 '00a. si
iuiniit'iilioiiM , "it,
I'nill, Dtilutli, Mil
wiiukeo, Ciiicngo A
OCEAN AND RIVER SCIIEDULR
Kor Situ Kniticlsco Kvcry llvu day
nt H :00 p. in. Kor Antorlii, way points
and North Hoiich Dally (except Hun
ilny)atH:00 p. m.j Batiirclay at 10:00 p.
in. Dally sorvlca (water perml tthiK) on
Wlllainctlo and Yamhill Jllvors.
Kor fuller Inforiiinllon nk, or write
your nearest ticket ugont, or
ft'tiuirnl I'nsBonirni A ffntit
Thu Oregon Hiillrbud & Njvngatl'on
i, I'ortlutv.l, Qri'uon.
BARKER & PERMAN
THE EXCHANGE" Ui7
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WIN15S, I.IQUOKS, OlQAUa.
Mailt street, tliitlnge llrovr, Ore,
IB ills' & Col. veil
U. S. IMinenil Surveyors
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WOODCOCK. & HARRIS,
Hiwclal sltoiitlim ulvrii lu Iho law ut flhiea.
K Of P
Juvenilis Idge No, 48. Meets
every Wednesday night,
' Dr. George Wall K. of R. S
Q. A. R.
Appoiuatax Post No. 34. Meets
2nd and 4th Sitttuday.
II. C. Lhitlon, Adjutant.
K. O.T. M.
Caicade Camp No. 66. Meets
Prof. A. I., llrlggs. Secty.
L L Hive No 42
Meets anil aud 4H1 Tuesday
Mrs. 15. I'ullmcr, K. K.
Order Eastern Star
Cottage Grove Chapter No 4
Meets every 2nd and ;th Fridays
limma Colbtirn Cump.
Meets and and ,jth Wednesday.
Uthel Hishy, Clctk.
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AND AM, POINTS It A ST AND SOUTH
2 0m!ind Trains Daily Ths Flyer O
And Tbe Fast Mail U
Up to date Equipment
Daylight Trip across the Cascade and
I'mT Tickets, ltntcH, I'ol.ien. rtnd
I' nil liiforiimtlmi, Citll on or iiililresH,
II. DICKSON, 0. T. A.
122 3d St., Portland Ore.
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Wo kIvo oxpeillteirKervleo on freight.
Itouto your HhliminntH vln (Irent
Northern, l-'nll in fonimtlon from
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Eugene Planing Mill
Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Rustic and
Oeneral Hill Work.
Turning and Nrnlr hullillnir
ally. All onlei'N will iwelvo iirompt
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lisuntates Uiccrfully Purnlshed,
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