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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1906)
J. McKEAN FISHER, Manager.
ItOH U.MIA NUUUhT PUBUStllM"
Mkc ll rhrnkn ylW to Nliffget Tub Co.
Knured t the BoaioflWe t Cottar Orove,
von ncoutid cuuw tnU matter.
C. months J)
I .vwir -;C,
IS month -w
If piiM in advance.
The lloliemVi Kugcet oue year
vlth uiv one of the following put
licutlona one year for amount net
l-.iplflo MmitlllV 2.00
Weekly Oreon'tan (Portlaud) -.f0
U'wkl'v .1 mi run I ( Portland) $2.00
I ailv Minimi Hecord (lHMiver) .".60
Weekly Mining Kecord
Northwest Poultry Journal
Thin Mlr is kept on Hie br T1IK AMERl
CVN HIMMl COMiKKSS, ClminbtT of Com
u;etoe Building. lenver, Colo . vbere -r
icAiier will te welcome to the use of the iu
nix iper from the various minlnn wll n of
ire West. M-U.-nti!ic library and luiie.-r-' n
Dibit. rlUS r.VI'K.K in kept on meat K. C Drake'
rtJvcrtinlnn Aitiiii v, 64 an. 1 65 Merchant fcx
liange. Su Krancl,o, California, where ctin
ractB lor advert iniuK can be made for it.
Wednesday, Ai gi st 22, 1906
The Guard and Register are at it
The S P. Co. for the first time
in it i history has paid a dividend
cd the common stock of the road,
and still the roa I is not miking
money. Too bad, as long as that
is the case, that it did not spend
that extra money in buying more
cars so as to r lieve the car famine,
which always Lin Itrs the produc
tion. A number of complaints have
bem lodged with the paper re
cently about the uou-delivery of
papers. The subscription list in
always printed on a large sheet
and then nffixed to the papers by a
machine, and very seldom are any
mistakes made, and we are confi
dent that the mistakes cannot br
laid to this oOice. We are glad to
have our attention called to any
delays, and will investigate them
promptly, and do what we can to
have papers received regularly.
The newspapers are making a
good deal of fun of Harry Louus
berry, the genial S. P. Co. man
tbat makes the statement ttiat there
ii do shortage of cars, and esperi
ally so in Lane county. Of course
Loun8berry knows his busi
ness and tells absolutely nothing
but the truth, but the mill men of
Lane county don't exactly agree
with bis truthful statements, and
would prefer to state that he came
nearer to telling absolutely nothing
but slight prevarications of the car
Hituation. With every mill com
pany putting in orders for cars to
fill their neels, and beiug lucky M
get one twentieth of what they ab
solutely have ta have to ship their
orders, of course there is a surplus
of cars which the S. P. finds diffi
culty iu keeping in service.
Copper Kintf Mine Sold to Spokane
Medford, Or., Aug. U. The
Copper King group consisting of
eight claims on Joe Creek in Blue
iedge Distiict, was purchased by
Win. Perdue of Spokaud from the
original owners, Ii. N. Anderson of
Medford, It T Blackwood of Pboe
tlix and Prank Edwards of Hunt
i.igton. Mr. Perdue acquires live
rixths, tbe other sixth part having
been previously bought by Mr.
Twomy a pro nitieut railroil eon
'ractor of PuBadena, Cal. Mensm.
Anderson, Blackwood and Ed
wards realize the sum of $6,000 fur
their property. The claims ure h-
ated on a ledge that shows a width
of about one hundred feet. Con
siderable work bas been done iu the
v ay of prospecting by numerous
open cuts ami about 100 feet of tun
1. cling. The ore body shows the
same general characteristic as that
tA the fatuous Blue Ledge and
other mines in that vic'nity copper
sulphide with good values iu gold.
The Copper King group was the
first localion made after the origi
nal I3lue Ledge locations. It is the
intention of tbe new owners to put
a force of men on development
vork in the near future. Journal.
Knights of Pylhlaa Attention
There will be a convention held
in their Castle Hull, corner 4th and
Main Streets, up stairs, on Wednes
day evening, Aug. 22nd at H p. ni.
for the purpone of Identification.
Kvery member of the order ia ex.
pected to be present. If you can't
come send your photo.
C. 11. VanDknuuw,
K. of R. & S.
Subscribe for tbe Nugget.
Dean J. T. Matthews or
C. C. Coffmau and Pantha J.
CctTinau for $3500 to Z P. Lawson
lots 9, 10, 11 in Sec. 10 tp 20 sr!l
J. B. Lawson and Jantte Law
son for $1000 to C C Coffinan hit 7
in block 1 in Cotftge drove.
The dairy operatsrs of the norlli
west will have an opportunity to
witness oue of the latest applica
tions for "induing mechanically"
in operation dailv in connection
with the dairy exhibit during Ore
gon State Fair week (Sept. 10-I5).
This is certainly a won-h rful ma
chine, the working of which is per
fect, the lucieal fluid being ex
tracted gtt.tly, speedily, and thor
oughly, therefore removing a great
amount f th drudgery in connec
tion with this very profitable ad
junct of our gro.viur agtieuUupd
district. The dairy section of the
Fair has outgrown its building and
additional Bpace will be provide!.
Register Eddy and Receiver Law
rence, of the Roseburg land office
are in receipt of an important com
munication from Acting Land
Commissioner Pollock, which reads
"Gentlemen: Senate resolution
of March I9, lyoC, is as follows:
"Resolved, that the secretary of
the interior be, and he is hereby,
directed to furnish the seiiate, on
the first Monday iu "December,
nineteen hundred and six, the
names of tbe persons, firms, and
corporations wbo conveyed or re
linquished to the government of
the United States lands within the
limits of government forest reserves,
and who duly recorded the same in
the proper county prior to the act
of March third, nineteen hundred
and five, and wbo hail prior to
said act failed to select other pub
lic Iaud in lieu of the lauds so con
veyed or relinquished, or who have;
failed, through no lault of their
own, to obtain patents to lands se
lected by them in lieu of lands so
conveyed or relinquished, as pro
vided by the act of June fourth,
eighteen, hundred aud ninety-sevcu,
and who can not on account of said
act of March third, nineteen hun
dred and five, make such tielectton.
and also report the number of acres
so conveyed or relinquished.
That in order to proouie such
information the secretary of the in
terior is heieby authorized and di
rected to require all such persons,
firms, and corporations to file in
the ljnd deptrtment, within a time
to le by r 1 1 in designated, such
proofs of then conveyance or re
linquishment as he mty prescribe;
and he is further authorized and
directed to make uch further or
ders, rules, and regulations us may
be necessary to procure the infor
mation hereby required.
"Pursuant to the 'provisions of
the ubove resolution all person",
tirms, and corporations who con
veyed lands to the United States
government within the limits of
established forest reserves by d?eds
duly executed, acknowledged, and
recorded iu the proper county of
fices prior to March '3, i'Jo5, with a
bona fide intention of thereafter se
lecting other public lands iu lieu of
the laud so recouvcyed or relin
quished under the provisions of the
act of June 4, 1 807 (Ho Stat. 30),
and acts amendatory thereof, and
who fai ed to make and selection
in satisfaction of the lands by them
so relinquished or whose selections
under the provisions of the wfore
said act of June 4, i87, Lave failed
through no fault of the party mak
ing such relinquishment, and who
by re on of tbe approval of the
act of March 3, i0o5, sro now pre
vented from making any selections,
are hertby directed to file in the
oflico of the commissioner of the
general land office on or before Oc
tober 1, j006, an instrument in,
writing describing the land reliu-
Largest Denominational Uulvcrslty Is (he
CHRISTIAN but not SECTARIAN
Two now HuMdiiiK. Adequate Iviuip
niont. "45 Professors and Instructors.
Two now t'ourses lidded this year:
English Commercial and
For Paitienlars Address:
Pres. John II. Coleman
'uished to the government prior to
March 3, l9o5, and containing rt p
lesentations by the person or cor
poration who made no relinquish
ment, that no selection in lieu
thereof has been made, or iu any
lease an v selection was tnuue ana
the selection has Hded without
fault of the party makiug the re
linquishment, a reference to the re
lecliou or attempted Helectiou,
which will euable the commissioner
of the general laud oftlce to readily
identify the same upon the records
of the office, and that the Mid in
cluded in the relinquishment has
not, eiDce the deed of relinquish
ment was filed for record, becu i-old
or in anywise encumbered by the
persou or corporation making the
relinquishment to the government.
"This statement should be ad
dressed to the commissioner of the
general l nd office, should be styled
and brieted "Statement conform
able to Senate Resolution, March
i9, 1OO6," and must be accompa
nied by the deed of relinquishment
to the government of the United
states, executed and recorded prior
to March 3, 19o5, and an abstract
of title duly authenticated showing
that at the date the deed of reliu
quishruent was recorded the title to
the laud wan in the pereon or cor
poration making the reiinquish
tnen. If the deed of relinquish
ment has been lost or for any reas.
011 can not be produced, a copy
thereof properly certified by the re
corder of deeds of the county iu
which the land vs situated vill bo
"Deeds and abstracts of title will,
upon the request of the prty filing
the same, be returned after they
have been examined and noted by
the commissioner of the general
"The persons, firms, and corpor
ations interested herein are ex
pressly hereby notified and warned
that while the statements and ac
companying paper herein described
may be filed for transmission to the
general laud office, iu the local
laud offices, and that while the data
contained in all statements received
in the general land office at a time
when its incorporation in the re
port to the senate provided herein
is pructicable, will be included in
such report, all responsibility for
the filing of such statements and
accompanying papers in the manner
herein provided, rests with them,
and that they are hereby directed
to meet the requirement made at
the earliest date possible.
"If deeds ol relinquishments an I
accompanying papers as p. ovided
herein, are filed in your offices, you
will immediately transmit them to
tho geueral laud office with special
reference to these instructions."
Buck Deer Season Beginning from
Commencing today it is lawful to
kill buck deer in Oregon until Dec.
I next. Tli season tor does ends
at the Hume lime, but does not open
until Sept. 1, nt which lime ulso it
will be lawful to kill pheasants.
The grouse season opened o., the
first of this month. It closes Dec.
1 as does the pheasant eenson.
The open season for quail is from
Sept. 1 to Dec. 1. Llks are pro
tected until 1907. The seapon for
trout, which opened April 1, closes
Nov, 1. The following brevities,
extracted from the Oregon game
laws, will be of interest to fports
meu. It is
To sell any game.
To kill more than lo phensinis,
grouse or quail in one day.
To catch trout less than 5 inches
T J catch ttout other than with
hook aud line.
To catch trout by night fishing.
To hunt deer by night.
To hunt deer with dogs.
To kill more thau 5 deer in ove
To hunt game animals or birds
without license except upn voin
Ill tck buss Noliw. S ' i pc N"
Monday. September 3. is Labor D.iy. j
Sitli in, Ant:. !". - - (" n'i :
Chambcil tin this iiliu noon i-.mio1
a proclamation settitw: aMle Mon i
day, September ;s La''oi I'.iv. j
The text of the piofhmatioii In!-!
"Whereas, the first Monday in
September of e.ieh vimi h is In 1 11
set apart and dechind to le a pub
be holiday iiiid. i the designation ' I
"Now, then fine, I, ie"ij;e I',.
Chanl'cilui:i, as gi vet nor ol the
State of Oiegon, pursuant to the
statute in such eas- in.i'le and pro.
vided, do hereby dot-hue Monday,
tho 3d day of September, A. D..
HUM;, a legal holiday, bl e known
as Labor Day.
"The peopl-ft ;'.. ht ii - mc to
cougiatuliited upon tlx- fiiendly 10
littions which have :'.lwv'-; existed
between the employer and the em
ployed within its juris liction. To
To this condition is birgely dm the
prosperity that surrounds us on
"It is to be hoped that the d ty
hereby set apart for f bs-i vunce a-
a public holiday will be generally
obset ve l by all classes ol our liti
zens, and that the wtk!.ops and
the store and nil places of business
wid be closed, so that the tinploei
as v U as the employed may com
pletely rest from all l ibor."
Cutting Atray al Alca. .
Last Weilnesday tin ic came near :
to being another murder nar hue,
through the stabbing ol .la-per Pat-!
ton, a Cottage drove man by an
Italiau named John I)e Knssard at
l. A c iwinill Tin re are a
number conflicting st-n ies about the ,
trouble, hut home ol the men from ;
the plant saw thai the men had
been drinking ami that in a scullle
the Italiau diew lus knife and
stablH'd at Patton, striking directly!;
ovir the heart, but the knile Int
the fifth rib and stopped, otherwise
Patton would have been a dead
man instantly, " but as it was the
wound was slight, and was diessed
by Dr. Rest, who pronounetd it u
littls thing, with no dinger at
tached. Th-J man was enptuied and
brought to the drove to bo eared
for bv the marshal, in cast) the mill
men might get unruly, until the
sheriff of D-uglas county, Alca
lieing in that connty, could come
and get him, which he did n
Thursday and look him to Aha for
a preliminary triul.
(iAhV IISTON'S SKA WALK
Makes lift- now as saf- in tliat eli.v
ai on tin! higher uplands. K. V.
(iotidloe, who lesiiles on I Ml 1 1 fill St.,
in Waco, Tex., needs no sen wall for
safety. He writes: "I liave used
Dr. King's New lilseoverv for con
sumption the past live years audit
keeps me well and saf". l'.efoiv that
time I had a cough which fur years
had tieen growing vvore. Now It's
gone." Cures ehionie eoliths la
Hfippe, croup, whooping coiiyh, and
prevents pneiimoida. 1'Ii-asant t-
take. Kvery hottlo giurant'-ed at
Jieiiwon's l'tiarmaey. Price r.O cents
and 1. Trial hottlo free.
Change in Time Tables.
The Southern Pacific Co. "an
nounces a change in tho time table,
effective today Aug. iSth.
No. i'2 nasw Hirer 1 :2o p. in.
No. '22C local freight l'2:l.r P'
No. 11 passenger 2:20 p. m.
No. 225 locul freight U:l5 a.
ln-inch slab wood, blocks und
tiimrnings at $1.50 per load deliv
ered Phone No. 501 U row 11 Lum
Would like to exchange t;ood
ic ele for wo'-d. "W" Nugget
Fine two year old Short horn bull.
I), (i. Mi Faki.ani.
Good four-year old horse, broke
single and double.
Wvsnb Howie. Lo.
Tom Awbrey h" returned to
Cottage Grove and in again writing
iiifiuranch polices in the Oregon
Tire Relief Assn., of McMinnvillo,
and the AKtna Fire Insuranco Co.
of Hartford, Conn.
Welshed and Ironed
Ivace curtuitiH, clothes repaired
and pressed by Mm. Geo. Uohlinau.
Leave woik at Ostrander's barber
.11 I.I- I.Wn.
mm & HANSEN,
' ncE CP.ovt, mwn.
IVICZ Of OH ECON
Our ov n inivKo.
Knowles & Gettys
Knowles & Gettys
at reasonable prices.
Miners Tools and Amunitions
A MID SUMMER
Our East Window is now dis
playing a few specials in Summer
Space does not permit other
bargains in Summer Fabrics.
The If oclgc Jls give a perlcct separation
JOHN A. TRAYLOU
16MIUftkoSl. DENVKR COLO
Reduced Round Trip Excursion
1 found trip jiiih,oijj.mt rated Chi
cago to Pot tin ml and return, via
direct line will be $75.00 and from
Missouri 1 fiver points 0ooo.
These tickets will be on hale daily
commencing June iHt and continu
ing until Sept. 15th with iinal re
turn limit of October 81et.
J, M, TtfUAM,
"Oretfon State Fair"
Salem, Ore.. Sept. 10th to iCth
For tho obovo occasion rale of
$3.Ho to the Fair Grounds and re
turn will be made.
Limit: Continuous trip in each
direction. Final return limit Sept.
lO'th. Dates of sale: Sept. Oth to
rsth inc. Child'eD. One-half
J, id, Ihiiam, Ageut,