I ) Mi 5 f prillB1TBBBBHHB5JB58B8fl80 88 IIII58BlIB8.nBBBBir(ry . V. Jhkrr has received from home news "am " "'u'rts' iu """ ' 1 :;r: ,, living nnuj UIIhkc (irovc ninl vicinity. 31, ,,,,,, as a delegate toil,, .H8afiajlBfiflJlliajlJlBB8Bflfl0B0SBBfla88BBjrj)BO0OBUtf9PBfiJ l'or legal blanks N ti ''t ofliin. Hen Wood w.im in jiiiMm mi Wednesday. Miss (Jcorgclt Heig was v i h i t i i i i ; it) Kugcuo tin's woek. J. H. Hakor made a business t r i j to Portland ast week. Dr. W. W. Oulrnl.y in in port land tr a fow days. If yon want u good fat in talk to Hinds tlir real estate man. lDii't forget eiitcttiiiumcnt on 1'riiUy evening at Masonic liall. New Htm k o lry goods and bIkkw at Ollivor Watch's. Mrs. V. A. Aliraiim is visiting lior daughter in Salem tliis week. Tin Kiowii Shoe Co. shoes can't bo liat. Sold by Oliver Vriilch. Miss I'runcis lleutty imiilc u short isil to tlio nullity M'at Thursday. .1. I' Fields of I'aigentt was do in K business in the city during the wcik. All kinds of logul blinks can be obtnined at the Nupgt-t ofi'iee f)ii Main nct. Victor, FJison mid C 1 u in I ia talking innrlniirs and I voids at llir Jiaair. tf tll.ints Pins d( laid it-, intcii lion In ,iivc 11 I mii Hi i, July ( lc bialioti. It will 1 1 r i ' i the llll'plfl H ll t I i - l.'l I Mill, III' ll has aluiidy M..i.iii i ii'. i ( nl I committee. I hey pi'.pn'M- oin,i.f it the best that Ii.ih i w i In i. h Id in Southern (begun Rv J. I,. Dcalty and wife, MisHcs 'iiiiciti find Maiion li'idty, Mr. and Mm. J. M. Lihaiu, Mm V. C. Colllim. J.loyd l'.-hy went to Ivitgeno 1'iidiy evening to hear the ciin tat ii 'Out-en lydhn" .oven by the High Si hool. ;et I ui ;;iav nii'i to noon t ncsday Apid and tilth Dr. Ijowp, the wi 11 It iiiw n iti(iaii will be in Cottage (liovc, ni I if dos not Ninth Annual Meeting of tin Ijc.iii" of Anictican Si"i Ihiim-ii t ! In M a i Not folk, V'a., May 7. Mi IliKti is tho j n "j !: man ,,. the n.i"iiiltin-iil, and the f.'ovi rn ni 'h on I hod or sci. din;', tin d e- .ale, mined with f i );nt pan h mi 1. 1 ., is i.i k'",jii; w i 1 Ii his wai of do.ii liui.nl to the iji-'it Snt- Ik -I I ll("' iitn u believer Oppol 1 11 ml olfcts Although lvasl,cr c nin- ;ii ly 'Ids HpiiiUf, win 11 it in ciif-iiil cull- hiii icd that Milling Ii'ih fairly set in, yet, the wciilhei ck-ik h iw lccu pjiy inj; ns a done of early March until the ni',t. week. I'rilit trees are. all ariaycd in their heautif ill Hiin,' iMitH and all other sins iiow ion vim i s one that njrm is imli-ed Vicrfi. Th' inoniiiiKs ur dowdy 1 and thro.itenjii Iml townrdu noon HOTFL ARRIVALS. Ko rioni ::ons! to h'Mise run , nil Inin il, c,,,, .IU)i H and thn days me nhoiil yiiir eyes and jd'iieH at ! ,l,-nH:ii,t aft,r u. "''" ,,',f." j Our Imt. I arrival lint shows that Ifnvo Mr l,),vi' ii li' i"- 'u r hend and ee urlic with a inr "f his su ei ior ehseM, 'J'hcy co il liu tnoie than oiliets and von have the , iiiiinaRrr of the O. It. was in I'ugetie A. II. Woo V S. K. R. 'J'linrs lay. C. H. Itaikholikr and Attonmy J. lv Yoiin were llujenii viNituis Thu iHUay. II. T. Dow ami J. II. Ilawley. of KiiKcno, were in Cotta)o (Jrovi dining the week. Mr. Cnvanaiih, who 1ihh hren wpendinK the winlt r in town moved today on to his ran li. ' K F, 'I'nevs, repreM mtiiij; the IIa.Invoo l ereaiiieiy o l'oill.m I. win in Cottage (rovi hint week. Snpt. I'.ade of the ( Ingon Securi ties company Iim returned from a visit with his family in the I'.ast. Kcv. V. II. Wallace will conduct the set vices at tlm l'rchby tenan church next Sunday morning at II o'clock. Mr. and Mtb. W. II. AbrauiM of this city have hmn vjnitinK their daughter Mm. O. O. McClellan of Salem. i C"t1 i'e iiov is a small bandit no longer, but town of hkiiio iiiipoit Hiao and Ih vi recognized abroad. Many of the arrivals ar straugets, leiii itol his skill and IS years e -' lnintn.n homes, locutioiiH for busi- pcru nce. ! ir.-H't, etc, and a large poition are Mr. i'. II UoHenbeur ha i been I "'jucsentatiyi h from the tvliolesulo ..... . . I,..,., r.i- 1.1 I . .. I I .. .,,1 u.,,l U., ., I'r.. r.. rleetfil ill ii i'iit.- t., 11 i,r ;i ill liven- ' n..i .w iIN L.,1,,,, v u i- ,,f . ,.1 ' 1 1 r anxious to unen aceoubts with city i.t lli- O.an l I.i? wl.n h i"" ' merchants. This of itself is a meets in I'.iitl ii.d .May -Jls-t. ; ' i'( onnn. ndation for any town, iaed is a sure wien of its niosicrity W. !'. Ilnbbel wan in M.-dh.rd : h the lnt of the we k wh. i In put Oo'i-irs urn oui nnnoiincine; un vh:tm;l a bowlin;; iilh-y to I..- pla, ed , 1 ,!,i""U I;t ,() K'vt'" Friday in the Coiiiiik iciM bib- new build '";'ht nt the Masonic hall by the ieot;e Atkinson has s.i, j , in tcieht in the ca! estate bu .inH'. of Milne iV . 1 i I. i nvinii kiuf 1 n ; -u 1 1 ' r Ihc firm imme will In- J S. Milne ,V A nnir 1 i'K" liceii-"' ha I" en ismicd t' Henry Ow..n a(,'ed and Itettlnt Myrtle 1 111 a ha 11; aje Ki, both of Saginaw. Mrn. White, after a tv weeks visit with her d Milliter Miss Mar ion White at bii k-oiivilK- has re tumt d hoinc. (Jet in. Special dish Hah- closes this week. Metcalf .V Ihund. ; Iiehi;.on I Illnntnted Concert Coni pmiy. Mr. Albeit A. Rhhinond, lllic manager has an cnMrely now : lii.c of moving pictures and illus- trateil Muni's direc t from the Sulli ; in Consideno C'rcuit which have 1 1 f 11 j.;athet inr lare ciowds in all jtli" lar'e cities in fhe circuit. If i you lilies this entertainment you '' miss a pleasant evening. 1. I.' Ml M N. v 1. 11 In I., : ; ,!, 1,1 w c. .u 1 ';.V l.'H ', I . ,,,,. .,, I ', , I ;, Til , I . I. Iliii I I S t.fT, in 1 ;M ,. .,,,,1 wil' . I '' , . I MM. .n,, ft hi ' I ' " I A. -w In, l1.111.v 1 1;. r M"f n i I rn 1I111 I , 1 1,1, . i;(,i.,u, I'ori .in I .1 . ( : I .ii . , r.,i ii.inil : C. b. H O'l lei , !',! ll.lll'l . . I, .lulu,. ill. Mill uH . II. I, i . ,. v V,k M I . l..i . f'.i 1 l.ui'l w. r ,; .,1,1,. j I "III.iImI Ii Wlu'e. t - ft lei . ! I n-1, 11 m 111 . 11, ,1 u . .1 r,. 1 mi, S,,, ' lillie , ll I ..I I . I',, I I !;,,,. I , I'. .1. A I III I ..lie . I'm . I n,. I I I 1 r.elieii, j b" -ei. m I; fi.,,1, 'V;i : ; ;, ; i: 1 :. I'oUon v.in l i.iiiei-. 1, A. M ,r. ! ;:i 1 -'-. I 1 n:i .1 11 II. nips,, 11, pi ,1 1 : I. 'l lei I Ii .1, "11 ll. 11 , II . I 1 il l I l . I'.. Voiilie,, pi,, f hi ll' I , I .1 I lie) . I '1 .ft i lam! , 'I hoi Mulioiu. I-.hiic. .. I I . .. . . 1 . . , . i.vi ix, , ii,mi !! ; r. r. 1 mm r, pit kuie , .1. V. lir.ml , I'ortlaiul : II. ('. I,iiih r. Cile;i;ni: If I,, buford, Hfiri I'l.iin imi-o ; V. I leliii'.nt, Poiilaml; I'. M. .Maff.-y, I'i.iI la ie ; C. , Cult. i A.,rtli, Si. Paul, Win. p, nnnii. city: I'. Siiii.-mi, St. I 'a 11 1 ; Clms. Wiink. 1. I'.,i tliM-l , i;. .N.ii-.Imi.ui. I ultl.iii.l ; ll, (innliiii, I'm tlaliil .1 . N. Mixwi-ll. lieMar. ;i.i'l,s Mi.'eli.iy. I,,, mii, i,: firm -,t WIIlM, bomlmi; I'. .Slieinclev, lili- don; I . ;. vte Its. fliiicii.i - MIhm .Mi'il" i;iil:. Ii hi :,a , f). I,. Kei,i,i.,v, I'urtlaiid , A. 1 v I.t riii.iii, Portland: J. W. MiaM'lt. I'.illl.iUl (i l ilCil,. '!. I'"i ti.'in I ; .1. iV,-. lie, Poll- liiul; Mis. Ilu-i.sel, lioicn.i ,rn. Hill San Fram lien ; J. Wndwoiili. Port- land . A (,'. lahv.udH. Portland ; (j. I,. Dimail Poillaii.l. A t- r.ll-on j;lu I, P.Ulte; Y. ,.. V,,..... port land . '"h.-n. .MlulJef, Saeinaw ; ieo. (I'iMstoiic, s.,ii I'laiH'iio: H. Van Ta-M- I. wife ;un! . dild, Saina w ; T. I'.. KolnTtH, New VofK; i;. v. I.aimdoll, Albany: p. f). ( if.l.von, A I.Sa ny ; ( '. .Mallll, I allelic; T. ."Il.llj,, Jjlelit'; P. 1). liillicrl, Alliany ; Mr-, b. Wellrf. Saginaw, Jf. McDonald, San J"iun elsei;.l. I; (Irenlic, I 'ut t-inuii t Ii; C. N. Dowiunii, I'm tlund ; H. Sunt bland ; J . .1 . J ei iiue, I'.atlaul ; J. 1'. Diirfee, Drain: A. J. burrow-, Drain: I'.d Clark Pullman. Waidi.: ii. b. St.-uy, Pull inati. Vali.: T. Wetnan, Aiu-jter. tin tit : F. Wood, St. Louis: F. Willis Portland; C Minkl. r, P rtland; A. 1. Drow iH.'rry, I'm tlrnd. mil. I. ON Geutleiu's Summer Soils it Mm mm fx ir.i i rm Now is tlic tittle to I'onic- rind lt.'ivc vour measure taken for a new suit. I Iimvp sritn. pies from one of tlieji V ' Wi l.'irest elotlnnstoi ts -M'tA "m f'lni'M.r,. 'All .l..,.c i ri j on .--u a.-i anfl grades of oods. -.-sV i i t.-i 3 y i v i 7-ir3& SUMMER HATS A larre shijiment of 3 CAMN-BLOCKCO straw hats just arriv ed ineltiflin. men's, boyi, womens' and girls', in all the lead ing stdes. C. H. BURHHOLDER. Main Street, - - Cottage Grove, Oregon. a-TW!!M.g'IJM.m"JL i I. I . I'.ariet, ity : D." W. lliiffonl. it V ; .1. W. eateli, city , .1. W. Whit- The Cottage Orovo Whist Club I nev, eil.v ; .1. A. Field--. Filler).-; Win. hthl one of its plensant meotings hist Tiiendav ovetiing in tho K. of V. hall. Piit,'iessiye whist waB of eoiirso the feature of tho t venirifj. C. Ito'-s King winning the gentle man's prize,, a fountain pen nrid o.ir money f fuinled d after uliiLr Mrs. Allison tho lady's prize, a box tliiee.fourlhn l l nt t lube of Man- ... , .. Z.hi. von are di.-witifdiM. K' t urn I he "' bons. An excellent supper l.abinee ol the ti,U' to our d ru-L'l-1 . w.,s servt d dnriiiL' whieh n sim ial I n ml "in inoiie will In- I n i f ' 1 1 1 re-I , . -ii lulled, 'lake 'ad :inl air- of t hi- of ''''at wa Uidlllgoc in by the meril- ('. F. Walker of the firm ofjf.r Sold l,y N.w F.r.i Di ux st m- j bers. Campbell 4St Walker is b.lckatl.iHl . . , m.m(. of ,i( , .i A r,,rrpti,)n was iven at Ule (leiuiH in the i ity for sale on good home of Mih. J. Haker on teims. Tuesday evening hist by the W C llurri. d meiiN. I n k .f . . n iw,. are 1 1 ' ) its new inemUorH. ill th, lehk though considerably out repair from tho HGvcre nccident he siiHtainod fome weeks ago. Mayor J. I. Jouen spent the lirnt art of tho week at It in logging enmp Dt DisHton and is now looking over tho Hpring work at Inn ranch south of town. You arc afo if you wear I'r. Iowo's glasses, eyo sife and price nnfo. Consult him nbont your eyeit neit Tuesday and to noon Wednesday. iek o i . ii iwe are the mii itii-ji n-es of ily-pe.sla. A j H iker mi behalf of the association Klnex D..ep.la. Tulilei ai (r ea. h l:lll0 an address of welcome, after .uealldH,lle,tlo.,, i'.iproye. iheap-,Mil(.i(1)e pfeaHantly petite. Hi Id bv New I )r,l I fill.' t . .re. , . ... . ;pased nt vocal and instrumental l'.tigcue Meatn i.aumiry, ; nison i mnsili u.citalions etc. anil Hastings agents. l'.Ve- one kll'iWN that Spir i : (he season of tlm .year when the hi iii needs cleillisill-'. Dude's I.i 1 1 le I ,i v cf I 'i 11m itre highly recnmiiirmied. Try tliem. Sold Ity New F.ra din- stote. Knbwles & Gettys liohcinia, Oregon. Knowles & Gettys Orscco, Oregon. t j i i Miners Supplies at reasonable prices. Our 'Motto: Good Goods at Reasonable Prices. j ! General Merchandise I Miners Tools and Amunitions A delicious liinen was served during the even ing and a mont enjoyable timo was had by all present. The I.ane County Medical Soci ety which met in Kugene lately electeif the following officers: Dr. Geo. C$'l. DeHar, of Kngeue pres ident; Dr. ii. R. Job, of Cottage (trove, vice-president; Dr. V. J. Titui, of Jvugeue, secretary and Wall, Drown and Seaife, all of Jat gene, consorH or trustees. M. Kebblebeck' is- in Cottage drove attending to businesa mat ters connected with his logging camps at Wondling, Oregon. He is foren'iui over three different camps an l givea a favoruble report of each one, everything going smoothly. The Dohemin Tavern, (formerly Tlio (Irahnin Hotel,) are serving special Sunday dinners from 12:30 to 1:30 p. m. Dine at tho Hohemia Tavern with your good wife next Sunday. W. 0. Shcttridge, proprietor of the London sawmill ten miles south of Cottage drove went to Portland Saturday to purchase a donkey engine. Mr. Shortwdge reports tin increasing trade and is much p'oased with the outlook for his business. I'lnirio City Miner: Thero is probably hot another town on the map where there exist such a charitable, brotherly, neighborly feeling among the entire population ns in oar own town. To see citi zens love one another and every body boostiug everybody is cer- tairjiy just lovely, Perinaii, eit.v ; .1. .1. (jut'll: tuns, Port land;.!. Diadl.y, S. P. ').; I;. Kaee, .1. W. .fetes, S. P. Co. ,.V, Fl.ikt ley, Portland; b. S. Di.l.le, Portland;! ("laud Spencer, S. P. (.11. :('. I." Weber Cre.swell; P. W . Mr I. end, San Fran ' ebro; .1. D. JJii' ll. F.uiivne : ;. S I (ioiirle.y, i lt.y; S. A. ;:.i.-t. rd i , Drain; V. I!. Tellingho.-t. Portland; L. P. Faiii'liild. Portland; Win. Druiid. K. F. .M a nil, A lliauy. 'nrH. Ywiin, Poilland ; .1. W. bendy, ritv; Paul M. Dimmirk; Dfam; ('. ( '. I lammoiul, Fuene: W II. Shunt, Portland;.). P.. Hopkins. I'uene: Pert Toimke, eil.v; (ieo. ..-( .1 ml.ell, P. if t la nd : ( i . 1 M. Iloe.an. Portland; P. D . Newel!, ! Falcone; J.aili.l e',ell. Fllt;-.'lie ; Lijry I N'ewvll, Flljeiie; .1.1:. Hay, Filelie;! .1. II. May, Norris Uowe's hIiow-;i S. brooks, Norris .V Howe's sh iw; J. Fa win, NonisA: bowe's .-how; i;. Filzi;efa!d, Norris V Howe's show; V. 15. boonum, N uiis kV Howe's hliow ; Paul Ibu ris, Norris iV: Howe's show; l'.oner Ib.lden. Niirria - Howe's show; DeVore, Norris .V Howe's show;.I. U. Dunn, Nori is iV Kowe.s hliow; J. ('. Stuart, N'iith A: Howe's show, Cieo. U'eukh.iiii, Norris & Howe'w show ; ii. S. Toddy, Nori-is Howe's show. b. Wo.xlhall. lierk. ley. Cub; I. F. liarret; D. W. Marsh, Portland; S. (. Duhlinlr, Portland ;. I. A. Todd, Med ford; 11. Mcl'ormick, Curt in; 1!. bin litt. 11. D. Morris, Falcone: C. M. lb-igen, Portiand; F. F. Uoeves, Port land; 1. 11. Hin'liain, Ftiene; A. Hiehards, Hugeur; tieo. Hall, 1-mg-ene; II. D. Sheffer. Portland; C. lluyck, San I'rani'isro; Chns. 1'. LIvIngNion, Portland; M. K. Diu.n, Wil.Jwood: J. M, William, F.ugene; Chns. Young, Portland; Win. St. Tlu'inas Sou. Portland; J. W, lien t ley, Alluny; 11. Uomeffer, Milwaukee;.). A. Kniest, Drain; T. C. Hradle.y, Kugene: W. 1. Me.lirod, H. W. Davis, San Francisco; .1, P. I lerscldcn, Kuevne; J. H. House, 11. A. Albright. Portland; F. F. Heeves, Portland; C. 11. .loins, Sa lem; 11. S. (.'line, Mineral. T I IO M I 'SON C1 ma- SPRING STOCK -OF Blaster Brown , New Ribbon Shoes for JI 'ST HFCFI VED AT OLIVER VEATCH Fxclusive Dealera in Hrowu Shoe Company's Ladies and (ients Shix's. Every body knows they are the Best for the Money. IS. 2 A. Ileaton, Portland ;('. I!. Hiuler, Portland: J. I . Horen, Loranc; D. D. P.aker, (iar.liner; ('. (!. 1 taker, (.iardi ner; 11. W. Dir. P.laek liutte; Wm. Hiifcher, black Hutte;C. F. Somers, Eugene; Mis. D. A. Pnniewood, belt Shields, J. Morgan, Sp,inaw; 11. Mc (y, J. D. Cole, Troutdale; M. Martin, fi. E. Hard, Loranc: Fmil Curlson, It. Patterson, W. (j. Short rldgv, S. E. Fnmken, W. M. Hughes, II. P. Day, EFCamaron, Halph Wilis, J A I'or terlleld, .1, A. Lewi, L (leer, J W Marlcsline,-. A Heeson, John (Jruy, L. E. Hard, Ten Polk, b. Langdon. H. bati)don, W. 1 1 ughes, A (' ISeesun .1 . A. Stult, W M Hughes, bee Hubbard, Allen Porterlield, A. Hlujiard, Leslie Limgdon, M E (Jrassbecki Pert Shields, T 11 brine, F Latop, O Earl, A I teuton. This sf ace belongs to tiii; COTTAGE GROVE FLOUR MILLS.... CIIAS. xMATTHEWS. Proirietor. The school directors lit Id a meet ing last week and selected teachers for the next term, but as they have uot yet been accepted the choice is withheld lor the preseut. Auothor meeting will probably be held this week. The concrete work for tho new biick on the corner of Fifth and Main streets ia about completed, ami the carpeuters have the lower joists in place. The bricklayers will commence their work in a few days and with good weather thirty days will probably see the buildiug completed. All the blank walls in town are uovv handsomely frescoed with ill ustrations of what will be steu at the Norris & Howe circus on the 'ioth and is the admiration of the small boy and nlso many larger ones. A full supply of legal blanks are kept constantly on baud at the Nugget office on Main street. TIMHEH LAND, AFT .11 'NE :i, ls78 NOTICE FOH PUBLICATION. United States Land Otlioe Hoseburg, Ore., April 4, 1907. Notice Is hereby given that In coin pllance with the provisions of the act of Congress of June.'J, is?, en titled "An act for the ealo of timber lands In the States of California, Ore gon, Nevada ami Wushingtou Terri tory," as extended to all the Public Land States hv act of August 4, 1 SDH CHAHLES D EM A K EST of Carlton, county of Yamhill, State lor Territory I of Oregon, has this day filed In this otlleo his sworn state ment No. 7t)57 for tho purchase of the W or S E V, N E yt of S E yt, ami rf h of N E of Section Number Ti In Township No. 20 south, Hane No. 5, west, W. AL, and will offer proof to thow that thu laud Bought is more valuable for Its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, ami to establish lus claim to said land before W. W. Calkins, U. s Commissioner, at his otlleo In Eugene, Oregon, on Thursday, the 11th day of July, P.I07. He mimes us witnesses: William It. Kelly, of Loranc, Ore-jon: Ed Kellv, of Lorane, Oregon; Henry Cogill, Tf Springlleld, Oregon; Frank Cogill, of Springfield, Oregon. Any and all persoiis claiming ad versely the above-described lands me requested to lile their elulms In this otlieeon or before Bald 11th duv of July,l!H)7. Bk.vjamix L. Eddy, lvegDter.