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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 17, 1906)
RURAL WATER SUPPLY.
Ita Rnmltarr Condition Hot What II
Ought to nr.
When such groat minis of money am
bclntc expended by city governments
that the Inhabitants of towns may have
a sanitary water pupi'ly It seems
Btranjro that the supply In rnrnl towns
should receive little or no attention.
This latter population may pwmii rela
tively Insignificant, hut It comprises
about 40,000,(X0 souls. This means that
those 40,000,(MX) people are drinking the
water most available, without n thought
of Its sanitary condition.
These various sources of supply,
whether wells, springs or small
streams, are similarly uuroliabk for
furnishing drinking water. 'Hie stalls
tics of mortality In the country are
very indefinite, but even these show
that the rural population Is not r.s free
from illness as It should be. And
though everywhere the rural death rate
is lower than the urban death rate, yet
the lowering In the country has not
been as great as In the city. An exam
lu.itlon of typhoid statistics shows that
the death rate of other diseases Is gen
erally lower In the country than In the
city, but the prevalence of typhoid Is
almost equal to If not greater In the
rural districts than In the cities.
Several Instances have been reported
vbleh b1ow the rural typhoid rate to
I-. ten times greater than the urban
rite for the same district. To partlcu
1 ,rlze. a certain district In ceutrul
Pennsylvania proves this fact. It is
made up of a rural population with 100
Inhabitants to the square mile. It Is a
region of fine farms, wild mountains
and woods, country residences and pic
nic groves. And in this valley there
has been as much typhoid fever as In
the city of I hiladelphia.
Sad as this condition Is, there seems
to be no remedy for it. The sources of
n rity water supply are few and the
Ity government easily controls the
i editions affecting It. But what can
l a done when the sources of supply
ar.f numbered by the thousands? A
mint of money and an army of chem
ist would not be sulhcleut to give the
same care to the country supply that Is
Chen to that of the city. New York
SNOWSLIDES OF ROCKIES.
Peril of .Mountain Tttkt-s Its Toll of
Life nml Property,
Every year the life of u miner lu the
hi il mountain regions is menaced by
t!i? avalanche or snowsllde, and every
year brings its list of casualities uud
of hairbreadth escapes. The story of
sno'vslides would fill a book and would
be a thrilling, tragic and In some cases
a grewsoiiu' one.
Men have ridden hundreds of feet on
the back of u snowslide and have es
caped unhurt. Others have been caught
and burled so deep and lu such uncer
tain spots that their I od lea have not
been discovered until the melting of
the snow in the following spring.
Boine have been caught as they were
walking, but a few steps from the
boarding house to the mine, or while
emptying a car ou the mine dump. Not
Infrequently men have found them
selves temporarily imprisoned by the
entrance of the mine being closed by
a Elide while they were at work and
have had to dig their way out.
A Chinese cook at one of the Idaho
mines stepped outside ills kitchen door
for a moment and was caught and
hurled with the slide 1,000 feet down
the hillside and his body was not re
covered till the following spring.
bucli incidents denote the extreme
suddenness, power and velocity of the
6lide. Little or no warning is given, jj
roar, a cloud of snow obscuring Ah
tigui oi me reai suae, ana in a mo
ment thousands of tons of snow-
mingled with trees and debris, are shot
down the gulch or the slope of a moun
ram as rrom me moutu or a cannon
In a few seconds uil Is over and the
scenery of the little valley is com
pletely changed. Mines and Minerals
What u Letter Will Do.
A proofreader, auent the importance
cf trifles, read from his notebook these
absurd sentences, each made by the
omission of a single letter:
"The conflict was dreadful and the
enemy was repulsed with great laugh
"When the president's wife entered
the humble sitting room of the miner
i:ao was politely offered a hair.
"A man was yesterday arrested on
the charge of having eaten a cabman
for demanding more than bis fare.
"An employee In the service of the
government was accused of having
stolen a small ox from the mall. The
stolen property was found in Lis vest
An observant man in all his inter
course with society and the world con-
btantly and uupercelved marks on ev
ery person and thing tho figure ex
pressive of its value and, therefore, on
meeting that person or thing, knows
Instantly what kind and degree of at
tention to give it. This is to make
something of experience. John Foster.
"I wish to submit a lyrle, sir," said
the timid young man. "My friends say
it's a beauty really sings itself."
"Humph!" said tho cold hearted edi
tor. "We couldn't use a poem liko that.
Wo want one that, once printed, will
remain perfectly quiet and not keep
our readers awake by singing Itself at
Tho true strength of every human
soul is to bo dependent on as many
nobler as it can discern and to bo de
pended upon by as many Inferior as
it can reach.
Tho world which took but six days
to make Is like to take 0,000 to make
BIRD AND BEAST.
Rattle llrlnrrn a Hawk and a IH
mark Hoc Mink.
Silent ns an owl In tho black of night,
the hawk glided low on whist wings
across the little opeu space cleared by
tho fallen maple, paused an almost Im
perceptible Instant iilsno the unllsten
lng squirrel, and then, wings closed,
dropped upon hlinw lth unerring talons.
But for nonie strange reason the har
rier deemed powerless to lear away
bis kill; while his angry, frightened
Bcreauis drowned out the dying squeak
of the squirrel, he strove with great
rattling wing strokes to get purchase
on the air, but could not. Over ar-.d
over again he struck downward with
his beak, apparently at the squirrel,
though of this, Invause of the blur of
his whipping wings, I could not le
sur. In a moment tie half toppled
forward, and then, like a huge broken
winged partridge, lie flopped altout
among the tangled colls of riots, utter
ing meanwhile shrill screech on screech
that seemed fairly to lacerate his
throat. In but little more than it
takes to tell It a dozen kingbirds had
gathered, and were bux.tng round the
struggling harrier liko gadflies round a
horse, adding their spiteful cries to his
harsh din; now n crow appeared out
of nowl.ere and searched deep In his
throat for his hoarest cry; blue Jays
flashed across the clearing and back
again in a frenzy of clamorous excite
meut; a swarm of chattering black
birds rushed into the tree above me
till its branches sagged and creaked
like those of a laliring tree over
weighted with fruit- all In an instant
bedlam was let loose round that old
wind wrecked maple.
Under cover of the uproar 1 crept
nearer and saw that a big black dog
mink, his bulldog Jaws clamped on
the upper leg of tho hairier, was grim
ly fighting to pull him down from be
hind, while the harrier, with the speed
of terror ami hate, sought desperately
to reach his assailant with his beak.
It looked as If the mink must win, for
the harrier was perceptibly weakening
In his vain counter attack; but a sud
den lift with the harrier's long wings
half tore the mink from his hold and
swung him for one brief moment with
in distance of that rending leak.
Rip; a big red gash gaped open on tho
mink's writhing flank, and he let go
and tumbled back among the roots.
Up leaped the hawk, his pearly whito
breast streaked and blotched with
blood from his wounded leg. Like
magic the cries of all but tho king
birds were hushed, while, still scream
ing with rage and hurt, the hawk roso
heavily skyward and marked his course
athwart the wind for the shelter of tho
woods. Harold S. Iteming in Harper's
A traveler, speaking of some of tho
Oddities of Tersian-customs when view
ed with occidental eyes, said:
"Depending as we do upon illusion
and scenic effects in our theaters, tho
presentation of a Persian play by na
tive performers strikes the westerner
as little short of ridiculous, the extreme
solemnity of all concerned making tho
appeal to hilarity all the stronger. In
one of their favorite miracle plays the
prophet is supposed to ascend to heav
en, and this dramatic Incident is ac
complished by the very simple expedi
ent of drawing 1dm up from the stage
and out of sight with a block and
tackle. The tackle is attached to his
belt by an attendant in plain view ot
the audience. So strong, however, Is
the Imaginative power in the oriental
that many of the onlookers will be ol
served weeping openly." Harper's
It la at once the Joy and the despair
of a gardener that his work 1m never
done. Ills materials ore growing,
changing, ever varying things. This Is
an endless delight to a man who lives
with his garden and watches his plans
grow up. When he makes a garden for
another It Is a different matter. Theu,
after upending his best thought and
tfklll, the garden must he turned over
Into the hands of the I'hillstlne, who
may, douhtloss will, Kpoll his color ef
fects, make gaudy wnat hefore was
rich, Introduce tawdry display where
before was a sensitive delicacy. Theso
are tlie things that try men's bouIs anJ
will continue to try them until theowor
ers of large places acquire Home de
gree of sympathy with and under
standing of art. Century.
tliiltl'n View of Art.
A lover of rare old china had a col
lection that was the envy of her visit
ors. One day a little girl came with
her mother for u call, and, being seat
ed In tho living room, wondcrlngly
eyed the array of antique dishes. Tho
hostess was much pleased at the child's
evident admiration of her treasures and
said, "Well, my dear, what do you
think of my china V" The child looked
up, and pity t as In her eyes as bhe
sked, "Hasn't you dot any pantry?"
"Mustache cups?" said tho salesman.
Tes, sir. Here's a pretty design. Cup
and saucer $l.t)8."
"Hut," said Mr. Nurlch, "that ain't
the saucer that goes with It."
"Not much it ain't. There ain't no
mustache guard on It." Philadelphia
"Monsieur," said tho duelist's second.
"all Is ready. Let mo shake your
Volla!" exclaimed the duelist, with
chattering teeth. "Can you not see ect
ees shake too much as eet ees?"
Tho left side of tho face Is usually
conuldered hy artists to he more beau
tiful than the rh;ht.
Roscburrj Grants Willamette Valley
Momlay flight tlio Uoscliurg city
council granted t l c Willamette
Vallev Co. by A. A. Welch a water
aiul lighl franchise for n term of
fifty years, the company agreeing
to furnish free, water for fifty hy
drant. Tlie ordinatico also fixes a
maximum cliarpo for nld service.
Tho council pushed the ordi
nance through so ns to avoid tak
ing it up under tho Initiative and
Jesse Griffin, a sou of Hold.
Griffin of this place and Miss May
Iloneycutt were married Wednes
day by Rev. (Irace, and will prob
ably make their home on tho Kad
S. P. Timber Inspectors Here.
A. I). Wustcl, chitf timber in
spector of the S. P., with Mr. Peter
son his assistant, have been bete
for several days on business.
What Women Will Wear This Winter.
Discussing suitable costumes for
business women in tho Now Idea
Woman's Magazine for October,
the writer of the aiticle lomnrks.
"The reaction to very dark colors
which distinguishes this season
from its several predecessors will
have the lull approval of all those
women ni' bavo to consider the
practical before all e'se. It may
be said however, that in spite of
the profusion ot lace ami furl) lows
lavished on summer styles, there
always is mi undercurrent of sim
plicity and sensibility sought bv
the conservative element, to which
in great measure the best business
women belong. Not only deep
inivyblu'H, ruby shades of red,
and the old fashioned bo'tle greens
which are being revivtd, but Mack
in combination with myrtle green
mid autumn colors produce effect
which ate in keeping with I he
somber color scheme. Ilmong the
rmuish suitings there are tinny un
obtrusive stnpca winch are very at
tractive, and have almost super
seded the checked materials in pop
ularity. The plaids aro also very
dark, the new ones showing a com
biiatiou ot brown and bronze
greens. One characteristic of the
novelty plaid materials is a sal in
stripe, generally in black, which
recurs regularly in the pattern
Tho separate plaid skirt, partial
birly in tlie shadow plaids, is ,i
feature of the season. It is inva
riably accompanied by a waist of
the predominating; shade in the
A boost i,'iven without thought
of purpose, tho veutofu desire to
hear onenelf converse, is of little
account. Nor is the unreasonable
boost good. Surely, the evil boost
designed to promote some nefarious
scheme, is worst of all.
There has been so much or
cheKtra work on that little word
"boost" that few people have
stopped to figure out just what it
means. In all things, it lias
similar significance The judge
who, through dwre to favor
criminal Kne. releases a criminal
on trial, is not what could be con
scientiously teiined a booster. He
niiiiht be a irood fellow so far as
the criminal leeline w. nt, l ot an
ii consistant booster.
In mining, there in the utces
sity of a persistent and methodical
boost. 'Jh it bocsliutf may wip
out certain forms of promotion, if
may bring about legislative iv
forms that will make some folks
breathe hard, but if it is making
for the eventual good of the busi
ness, it is booking. We cannot
fay Hint a mere (ondoning of a
thing is boosting. Rather, ft is
the broad way to corruption. The
business it purports to assist, is
honeycombed with evil. The end
aiways comea in aoout the same
manrcr. For exmnple, Mr. Rocke
feller in his his might and wealth
probably feels a lesentiuent at what
I e t( rrns the base ingratitude of
the nation, because ho h hampered,
the lights ol other i aie championed
and his dollars find many s'one
walls against which they dare not
to. hut (he very acts that mike
him feci nad, are Ameaican boosts.
Prying out the powers that be, is
revolution, and so is boosting revo
lution -not biinply to chantre every
thing that exists, but to change it
for the better, to break up fossil
potr, to get new blood into tho
channel: of trade.
It thus happens that the Ameri
can Milling Congress is doing its
boosting not through the smile-
and-assent act, but by analyzing
conditions, woiking reforms where
refcrmolion is needed, attacking
tjums that pny upon the mining
business, and seeking to light the
iiiniinitrabln wrongs tint have been
worked partly through evil, but
largely through ignorance and in
1 he American Mining Congress
ha bet its face ugaitiHt an opposi-
ton. Tint is the pronounced mid
dogmatic opposition of lack of i
tionit and no 111. il in llic 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 ; r
business. Like the ;;u'mi up I o
who still I ugs al in. until, is's iijuoii
sttings, the minii g iiidusti.v has
novel" been thoioughlv weaned.
When the light condition shu is
to he brought about, it "ill m;,'ii ly
much belief iitv'ic." (hue tin
lethatgy has been Oial.cn, ruining
will start to boom Hut the boost
ing tit cess in to the acconi pli-Minu nt
of that end, is md ihe kind that
looks on, smiles and feels content
When the woi 11 woMit ami men
have got thioitgh with so much
fevmrdi haste to in il.c momv, th-v
will find that th" hist boosting is
the kind t'uvt collects tin ir evil
ways. Manv an honest man t-ul iv
looks back with n feeling ol gtali
tude toward the hiekorv club that
(aught him the meaning of the evil
of drinks And so vv 1! comnicici il
onlerpiisert eventually lh r k any!
tin tlui !ic;d, same pnivss that lends
to build up the industry
We want real Poiwteis, but not
ll-itterers or bribers. W- want en
ergetic reformers, who reform not
with a nose and n gush, but bv
systematizing the good and elimi
nating tho evil. Mining Hccord.
is iir.plie.l pr.tmi.tlv. ;. .1. v,.,-h, ..i
1 ekolisliil, ,M icli , tmj's:
my family f"r cuts, mi
injuries, nml tin! it i-ei I
Pile cure known. I'.o-t
, ;o,. all
i t." ii
ninth', -.'cat Uciisitii's Phuiiiiicv
notici: i nk i i r.i .it a i hin
I cpart incut of the I ntci inc.
l.ind Oillce at liiis'-bui -ir. Oiv;'. ii.
t). t . l.-t, run;.
Notice is hereby Liiven lluit tl"' fol
lowing named m 1 1 Icr ha-" lilcil notice
of hN Intent inn to lnukt liu.i proof in
snopoitol' his cl.iiiii, ,'iii.l (fi.it s ; 1 1 . 1
plnnf u ill be liniile beiole IfcgMcl'
1 1' 1 Keceivcr. I'. S. I .and Oftleeat
lloeluirg, h'egon, on I lecciiilur 1 1 Ii ,
I'MMl, j :
iiomki: .;. i;i n iu. .
II. I-:. No. l'.i.ll'.i, for il,,- si; ,.f
:U. Tp ! s. l: l W.
I le n a rues the foil w ing; w it nee- to
prove his continuous iv-il-l. nee upon
ami cult i vat ion of Haul la in I, i;
.1. F. Ke Ifor.l, of Anlaiif, Oregon. M.
('.Stewart, of ('olilMock, lb .1. I -liiunny,
of t'oinstock , Oregon, .1. M
Ititchey, of Aiilauf, Oregon.
KliN.I .IIN b. I- l'HV, i:e.;i-iei .
I a I he ireli't Court oi I lie St at
Oregon for the County ot I me.
Aimer U. P.rndriey. I'lainM!',
Harvey K. Smith ami ( I n a
Smith.' defendant -.
To Harvey I.. Sno'li aid t : .o-.t
I'.ell Smith, defendant.
In t he name of t lie Sin it- of Oregon :
You lire hereby reinii'i'd to appear:
and answer the complaint tiled !
n gainst you in He- above en I it led diit
within nix weeks fioiu t lie Hi" t pub ;
lii ation of this HiiliimoiH ; and it vo l
fail so io answer, for w.mt t In ieof t he j
phi int ill' w ill take judgment and de
cree against you as pinyed for m mid
omplaint, viz for the f ..ivi-lo-an e oi
the mortgage given by von to plain
tiff .lime -L'nd 1 '.!.",, to ,-ecllie your
proinisory note of said date to plain
tiff for the Hum of fLu:i wit h iuicivsi
at s pet cent per iiiiniiiii nut 1 1 in L the
lands desci ibed in wait I mortgage be
sold to u.V uud satisfy the nuiolllit
due on said note with intercht, cots
including attorneys fees and dibuiKc
ments of suit.
This summons in served by publi
cation thereof for six Hiicces- ve weeks
in tin! boliemia Nugget by order of I,
T. Harris, Judge of -tuid coin t mad'.' t n
the -' Ith day of Sepiembfr, l'.mii, and
is published tlie lirst lime in said
paper on the L'll'h day of September,
A . I). Wlll.KI.KK,
Attorney for Plaintiff
In the Circuit Court of the Slate of
Oregon for t he county ni I. am,
Lewis Cilcnson, plaintill, vs The
Crystal Consolidated Mining Com
pany,!! corporation, .M.l. vvyatt,
). II. vVillard, Noah Kofi'm.iii, Joiin
II. r.lattner, Daniel Snapp and
laniel 1-;. Snapp, trustee, defendants.
To Noah Koflmau, John II. r.lat
tner, Daniel Snapp ami Daniel b.
Snupp, Iriistee, defendants above
You and each of you are hereby re
quired to appear and answer the com
plaint tiled against you In tlieabovc
entitled hij It, on or before six weeks
from the date of tin; first publication
of I bis summons, mid If you fail so to
appear ami answer h i b I complain I
for want, thereof, the plaintill' will
up. ay to tlie court lor the rebel itc-
uiMolcd therein, o-wit; .1 iidgmen t
against the defendant, the Crystal
Consolidated Mining ompnny, i'i r
tne sum of l-oiir lluiidred Ninety-live (
( i.). W) dollars Willi interewi l Hereon
lit the late of kIx (h) per emit per
anntiin from the Kith day ol Apnl,
I'.MKi, and for the further sinii of 13 vt
($5.00) dollars for preparing mid re-
cording wild lien, mil for tho fin t her
sum of Idly (.!). (Ml J dollars at lot ney
fees, lor the foreclosure of the lien set
up in plaintiff h complaint upon the
property therein desci Ibed, to-vvll:
1 he Mountain Moil I lie I.leala-
lo," "The liecky Sharp", "The J.'rinr
'ruck" and "Tho Kniekerboeker"
milling clalniH, all silualcd in (he ISo
heiiihi Mining Dislrlrl, in bane
County, Oregon, together with the
stamp mill, sawmill and machinery
of every kind and description situ
ated on said mining' claims connected
therewith or appurtenant thereto,
and asking that aid property be
sold by the Sheriff of bane County,
Oregon, nceord'lig to law and the
practice of thin Com t, and thai the
proceeds of hiicIi sale, after deducting
the coatH uud expense of Ma pro-
The privacy of your home -Thccomforts of a club
The luxury of a first class hotel.
Daily between St PaulMinncoplis, Pugct Sound aad Interme
diate Points via the
mi? a Hi
Infoi iu.it Ion,
Vel-M'". . ;.
"f? SilHl TO rU
;JL JLJLA. S Jm t
ILivery Feed 8c Sale
Potts Aj Powell, Prop.
Colt a -c
Ct'edil.g ainl the ni-H lillil chiirgi'Mitf
said -ale be applied to the paynieiii
of t he Mtm blt' (laliitiff as afore, aid
co-ds nml disbursements and at
tol in-y fee14 and that tie- tlefemlant -t
amleaclt of t hem In-forever bored
and foreclosed of all rigid, chum, in
tcre-t oreiiuitv in the said premises
! and propet ly ami every pai t I hereof,
ieccpt t lie st.lt UtlliV right to ledeelll,
.Old 1 1 1 a ! pla I ii I ill ha e -ueh ul ler n ml
j I'm I her o-ii i. a . to t he Coin t may
! seem jut in I he . emisi'M.
i I'oi- Mil mini ms is published oie e
t-.teh vcek for Hllrees-ie Weeks III
ilhe llohemla N t 1 . a weekly news
Ipapif ol gein-ral clrclilatloii, pub
j I i 1 1 d at ( 'otbu'e (iiove, in Ijaini
I County, Oicj;oii. bv oi'tlei of Hon. Ii.
! I . I l o'. i-. .1 ad.-e .',f t he above en
I il ed limit, V o. ll i ifd M' bea r-t
: laleM.n l.'lhd.iv ..f September. I'.MHi,
flir-l public jitioli, September,
Wo il" Ol K vV, i'l l ,
AtiornevM for I Ma lu I i IT.
TIM 1 i 1 . 1 : l. ANI, act .11 Ni: :t, ls;s
Nt 'l' ! i 11 I K CI ;LIC on
I'mlcd Mates band Oillce,
lb i-eleir;', ( ;-e., Sept. 7, p.lilti.
Notice is herebv :dv. -n III it ill c un
pliilh e with t In- 'i i n i m. Hi -t t if the act
of Congo cs oi .lime ;i, s7s entitled
"An act for the -ale ol timber I in
the Stales of California, Oregon,
vad.i.antl W'a Illusion Teniloiv,'
e -eudeil to all ( he I 'ublic I
SI, iles bv act of Amm-I I I sr'
l-KANCbs i-; Moitss,
of Col taue i i o ve, Co. of I, a lie, St ale i of
Ttiiioiyi of Oiegoii, has this day
tile I in t his ollice In-r sworn slatelnt'lit
No. "osii, for t he purchase of the SW
Ni: A.-SI-: NV 'i of See pi, , town
shipNo.'l ,-. i:aiig.'N..:S W, W. M , and
will oiler proof to sho.v that thelaud
sought is m ue Valuable for its timber
or stone than for agricultural pur-po-es,
and to establi h her claim to
said land In-full' W. W. Calkin-, C. S.
Commissioner, at his ollice nt Kugcne,
Oregon, mi Tuesday, the Ith day of
She uaiiies as witnesses:
.lames N. Wallace, John It. Cooley,
lolill C". Walhl -e, .billies I.llllebaug'h,
of Coltag(. drove, Oregon.
A i iv and all iersons claiming ad
versely t he iibove-di'scribed lands are
requested to tile their claims In this
oillce oil or beiole said It Ii
lil.VIAMIN ,. laiDV,
A FOOLISH PLAN
'TM n j-,y to ratI w. Loin.. iv illnnrr hour:
lli-c-.niM- 1 unit null,:. ..i,,,,, Au,;.it i-'lower
J3Coiisti,iition is the m-.iilf of indiecstiou
hi Iousirss, ll.tt uleut-y. .,s", of ii'jp titer
Bi ll -iioiviimi-r, aucini, cinacialio,!, m it
acid, lieural; la in varioim i,arls of tin
cysli-ui cala. ihal inllaimuation of the in
Ustinal t ii ii 1 1 and mt:oi- ons other ad
incuts that ml, Hie of its plcasiucs if tliev
do not Imaiiy inh von of life ilSi-!i'
J' I'm bound in ihe howi Is," is a com
tllOll t XJiM S MOll of pro,!,; who look mi-,-erablc
,,d arc i.mm rabV - yet vv lio ocrMM
in letting iia'.me take its course "
lVliat a foolisj, pi.,,,, wl,cn nature could
be a'ded hy the use of Or ecu's Aumist
l l'ivvei, which l.i luttliv'sovvil reinedy ha
roiisti,alion and nil stomach ills
J?A";;l,si .'"'"v K'vch new life to tilt
liver and msuies hi allhy stools. a
JTwo bi.cs, 2; and 75c. All druggists
Dvuhou'ii I' tan maty
i ales, etc
tor tlie Orient Oct. 20
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Court House Records.
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son SIC 2f-Ji-l.
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rm r tnete t aiul bounds tb-Hci il'ing
acreage near Cottage (irovo . .".
.1. S. Medley. .1. C. Jolmson
Jlcdlei J- Johnson,
Attoriu-yM at law
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Special itteiilion glvui to Mining
and 'orporal Ion I.avv.
J. E. YOUNG
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Cottack (Ikovi', Ork.
H. C. MADSEN,
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All work i'ioulfi".l llml-clmw.
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corrAoi": orovh, okk.
All f hit Intent treat intuitu.
am! MEDICATED BATHS
I Ordinary Cases $12 per Week.
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF 8. P. TRAINS.
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