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Devoted to the Mining, Lumbering and Farming Interests of this Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Living.
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Ootl;a,ge Grove, Oregon, Friday, March 24?, 1899.
Jakin & Bristow.
lilrtlwalHlH, Helta, Collnrf, nnd Cuffs.
HVC'ntfonc leuiity. Cheaper tliari yu
iBTrirotnints ami I)ret Silks in nil col-
rwlaiiUIBtvlcn at price that evcrylwdy
iSiilaffanl to wear them.
IKIUIQIovcb in nil color mill Intent
ftrtgMfitiitvtiiiigH at 1.00 mill 1.25 jr
IMouclt'in' Do Sole. In nil tlx at-
lacttytlcol'ir. Priw 25 iter rent. Ices
ng Wrpers. They are perfect.
amiiwl to worry nlwtit inuking them
ftnHave yon the troulilc
Eifcin & Bristow.
Iu just the lines
for Spring Work!
AM. KINDS Ol'
Hardware, Garden, and Pruning Tools, Axes, Saws, Sledges and Rope.
Everything iu the House and Ham Building line.
Coal. Iron and Steel!
Stoves. Tin and Granite Ware, all
W the LOWEST
SQJBTAGE grove, ORE. C.
StgN. 1'et Snnforcl's,
I Btrcet, Cottage Grove, Or.
J. E. young,
mm at law,
tOtrtoeOn MnlnMreet, Went Hide,
pottage Grove, Oregon,
lave reached a high state of norfec-
1. AluioNt universally ndontcd in
iounlnionumcutnl building. Hotter
;,uuu yenrH than granite for 20. JJu
ilecelvcd longer. Hny
further information write or call
F. A. TOZIEK,
Eakin & Bristow.
Only $.'15.00 cuhIi for tliu bent goods.
Durability mill price cituilcri by mine,
To eveiy lady who buys one of our $.'15.00
cliuln wheels within thu next 00 days
wo will give " Ryd Carpet Sweeper
Out i ik Flannels. Fifty pieces, nt re
duced paiccs. Now patterns mid col
ore. Cretonnes, fiilkallncs nnd Dmpcrk-K
nt 10c to25e.
DrcM LIulngH. All the Intent things
In plain mid fmiclcn, Near Silks, .Silk
Stripes, mid PcrealiniiH mid Sllceies.
PcrcnliticH. An assortment of colors
tlnit do not full to utliuct favorable nt
UMitfon. Mill I Bristow. i
H. Vandenburg, M'gr.
L. L. Stevens,
Spcciai attention given to Mining
Business and Collections.
KUCIKSK - - OltKdON.
!.A. I I. NICHOLS
When yow want fine Cabi
net Worh done or Furni
'Leave orders opposite Kncket storo
And the Hohomin Nuggot for $2 per
year, cash in advance. This is without
doubt tho greatest clubbing oll'or oileied
by Oregon newspapers today. Tho
Oregonian is without doubt excelled by
none, in point of news both local and
foreign, is n clear print, nnd besides
lias that great redeeming fenturo, de
void of Honsntioiml nnd disgusting
literature. Heinombor the two papers,
tho Weekly Oregonian and your homo
upper the iJohemiu Nugget for $2.
Eakin & Bristow.
Shoes Ladies Shoes Pine Shoes.
Our $1.50 mid $2.(K) lines arc very to heat
mid our $2.50, $3.00 and $.1.50 lines nre
never ciurricil. Come and eee our prices
and you will surely buy. Latest dylcs
in all widths.
ChainhrayH. All colors.
New Tn hie Spreads mid I'orliera in
lead lug color.
Calicoes! CnlicoeN! Calicoef! You
will acknowledge their superiority at
New ItihlmiiH! New colors, new
styles mid new prices.
Your cash trade is whnt we want and
if low prices and best goods count for
anything we will gel a large share of it.
Eakin & Bristow.
U'lM. II K HBXT II V TIIK XoUTIKllX PACIFIC
Rwi.wav Co., to axv aiioiikhs ui-on
iii:ci:ii't, ix'mtahps, on, otiikk-
WIHK, Or TIIK A MOUNTS NAMED
An stnuuiil puhlication of about 100
pagcH, gotten up iu inoft attractive Htyie
and heniitifully ilhiHtratcd in1 liiilf-tone.
The contentH of each iiiiinlwr arc varied
and dilfi'tcnt from i )rvilaccssor. The
Noutiikun Pac ikic Iimh Ikcoiiiu notetl for
tliiH publication. Tiik I'ixkhtTiiixu in
ItAILWAV I.ITKK ATI'HK. h'elld IX CCIlta.
YKI.LOWSTOXH PAKK MAP
A relief map of Yi'llowwtono Turk.
Printed on (inn paper, and writable for
lllfllltlf imp nr frilfiiimr mtfl (nr iir.n In
Hciux)lH, eliifc rooniH, etc. The bent map
01 inu rniK mai ih ptiniiciy uiHiriDiiteti.
Miiiled iu paMtlionril tubes. Send lOctu.
A nicely illunt rated pamphlet, lescrip
live of Mount Kanier, WaMhiugtoii, the
grandeat ico-covereil peak in the United
ytuti.'H. Scud two centn.
An illiiHtiated folder and relief map of
the Kootenai Region in UritiahCul uinhin
north of Spokane. Send two ceutH.
A It MY AXI) NAVY HOOK
TellH about both the U. S. and Spauitib
armies mid navies at beginning of Span-ieii-Atiieriean
war. Map of Cuba and
adjacent iHlands. A vest pocket historv
well worth preserving lor reference.
Send ten cents.
In sending for then1 write the nddresH
carefully, mid utate where advertisement
CIiiik. S. l'KK,
Ocn, I'mmi'iiRor Ageiit.
ST. I'AUL, MINK.
N'otlco Ishoroliy Klvcn thut tho nnilorslKiicil
Ims liccn iliily iioiiiloil by tho County ('ourt
of Ijuio l.'ounty, Oreifon, annilnlatmtDr of the
(Hhitonf KIIhr Ijiiio. ilcroiixcil.
All persoiiK hiivinKcliitniH UKitlnst snlit cstnte ,
nro horeby roiilrcil to prtcnl the iiiuo to mo,
tirmvnrli' vorlllcil. nt mv olllco. Ill Coltniro
(Irovc, Oregon, within nix months from tho itato
Puled UiIh 2-Jinl liiy of "February, ISM.
(I. l SNA IT,
Rev. E. Kdwurds, jmstor of tho Eng
lish Baptist Church nt Mincrsville, Pit.
when Hitiroring with rhcuinotisni, wns
mlviaed to try Cbnmberlnin's Pnin
Halm. Ho snys: "A few applications
of this liniment proved of grcnt service
tome. It subdued tho iullmnntionnnd
relieved tho pnin. Should any sulTeror
profit by giving Pnin Halm n trial it
will please mo. For sale by J. A. Hkn
box, Cottngo Grove. Jok Lyoxb, Drnin
Old papers for sale at this office.
LABOR'S WAGE INCREASE.
The following editorial from the
Denver Times Sun is well worthy
To a careful reader the recent in
crease iu wages throughout the
East ought to become a political
object lesson. Hardly a day passes
that some paper does not tell the
story of a general advance in the
price paid for labor in some Eastern
factory or mill. "Oh, yes," the
followers of hate and calamity
asstrt, "the increase is but tempor
ary. There is but one reason for
it. The steel manufacturers and
all the others are behind with their
orders for the present. Do not pin
your faith to the elusive star which
seems to twinkle out the news that
prosperity has come-"
Here we have the admission of
the democratic party and its argu
ment. It admits that the man who
earns his bread in the, sweat of his
face has turned his face toward
prosperous times and his back upon
the black period of the past. We
do not have to think back very
far to recall the day when, under a
democratic administration, these
same toilers were marching across
the country an army of beggars
supplicating the charity of the
people. Those were the days of
Coxeyism, of Clevelandism, of
Waiteism, when calamity was in all
its glory. At that time the demo
cratic party predicted that revolu
tion a war between capital and
labor was the only solution to the
problem. The bayonet of the work
iugmau was pointed to as the in
strument through which chaos
should be transferred into order.
But today we note that these
changed conditions have come
about as a result of restored con
fidence. Security for the capitalist
and employment and comfort for
the workingman. It is not a
temporary prosperity. The mills
and factories are not flooded with
orders for the immediate present.
They see before them orders in
creasing every day in the year
Old Glory floats triumphantly over
a new mcrcnant marine, me
commerce of the world is being
divided. The Orient and the Occi
dent are demanding goods of
American manufacture. This is
what is putting the toilers at work.
Trade is following the flag. Capital
is investing its surplus and applying
itself to the latent energies that
have been slumbering for the past
The democratic party has always
said that republican prosperity was
not permanent, but history dis
proves the assertion The only
thing to effect the stability of re
publican prosperity is a period of
democratic rule. Note the develop
ment of the country after the civil
war for twenty-five years. Take
history as your proof. If not
satisfied with this, ask any of the
people who lived and pursued some
vocation during that period.
OUR CLUBBING LIST.
Weekly Oregoninn nnd Bohemia
Nugget por year $2.00.
San Francisco Bulletin nnd Bohemia
Nugget por year $2.00.
Donver Times-Sun nnd Bohemia
Nugget per yenr $1.60.
St Louis Globe-Democrat nnd Bo
bomin Nugget $1.75.
Hohemin Nugget Oregoninn
CEDAR CREEK ITEMS.
Quite irlntcry the first of tho week.
Messrs. Chns. nnd Knlph Chandler
went to the Grove Saturday.
Frank Kclley made a trip to Fnnery
Mrs. Thackcrr of Roeburg who hns
lccn on the creek for a few days re
turned to the burg on the 10th.
Mr. J. B. Warner went to tho city
Mr. and Mrs II. D. Whitlock went to
the Grove Wednesday.
Mrs. Buncher who was ill is much
worse. Mr. Ruscher who has also been
quite ill is able to be about again.
Mr. Wm. Edwards who is employed
by Wheeler & OwenM Lumber Company
spent a few days here returningSunday.
School will commenced Monday with
Miss Ethel Taylor as teacher.
Married nt the home of Mr. and Mrs.
S. Rowe, Mnrch 15, Mr. Harvey Taylor
and Miss Myrtle McDanicl.
Mr. S. Rowe has rented bis farm for a
term of 5 years.
A meeting wns conducted by Mr.
Harlan Schutz in the wcbool house. It
was well attended.
Mr. Alec Wright is at work improving
the school house.
Mrs. I. J. Taylor has been sick for tho
past few days.
Wcare having a fair sample of Ore
gon weather just now snow, "rain and
Everything is humming at Latham.
Tho tie preserving works . nre running
night nnd day. The Tcompany has
about 40 carloads of ties there, several
thousand feet of spilcing and a large
quantity of bridge timbers.
The sidetracks nre filled with cars anil
there is hardly room for the necessary
M. E. C'llUHCII.
Hereafter the serviess nt the Metho
dist Episcopal church will be as fol
lows: Sunday school at 10 n. m.
Preaching every 1st, 2nd and 3rd Sun
days at 11 n. in. and 7:30 p. in. Ep
worth League at G:30 p. in. Prayer
meeting every Thursday evening nt 7 :30.
Lot us hear the Gospel "it is the power
of God." Strangers and friends are
mnde welcome to all meetings.
M. O. Bnisic, Pastor.
Rev. E. A. Ross the widely known
evangelist wbo creates n grcnt interest
nnd stir in the hearts of people where
ever be goes, will hold a series of meet
ings at the Methodist church in Cottage
Grove, commencing tho first Sundny in
Regular services Sunday. Morning
subject "The Proper Observance of the
Lord's Dny. Is Sunday the Snbbath ;
if not, why keep it?" For evening
"How to Study the Bible, or Observe
tho Five Psalms." All nre wclconio.
TO TAX PAYERS.
For the accomodation of the tax
payers of Cottage Groye nnd vicinity I
liuve furnished Eakin A Hristow'i Bank
with n list of 1898 taxes. Parties can
get the amount of their taxes by calling
W. W. Withers,
Sboriirnnd Tax Col., Lnno Co.
On subscription nt the Nngget
I will open my Btoro to tho public, the
1st of April. Everybody laeordlally in
vitcd to como nnd aco my goods.. I
have a fino lino of millinery which X
will sell at rensouablo prices.
At Meinzer's Gallery.