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Knives and Haors.
NOTIONS AND NOVELTIES
School Tablets and Pencils.
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Collage Grove, Or.
Paid up Capital:
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Money t" I ' :i f mi :i r I ncciirily
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and CURE THfi LUNC8
buret anil (lu'ckest Uuro for all
THROAT aril JUNO TROUB
LES, or WONKY HACK.
Yetch and Oat Seed
Mixed in the proper
proportion lor hay. One
and one-quarter cents
per pound. Inquire of
Cottage irove, Ore.
W. A. llenienway has bargain
counteiH full of bargains.
at reasonable prices.
Miners Tools and Amnnitions
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Subscribe for the Nuggot.
Mrs. Trey rettirnod from Lug' no
A big Mock of iron beds j nut in.
Veatch & Lawwn.
The best oianoH at roiuionablc
prices at Veatch & Lawson.
Springfield hftH granted a f.nn
cliisc to tho Willamette Viy Co,
Arc you taking ml vintage of
our big clubbing offer. It can't be
J. (J!. A. Young was a Ntorin
thiHollieo Motility and naid t tit- Nug
get always welcomes a ti-itor.
Mrs. Andrew Jirund icturiied
from Hrownsvillc on .Saturday after
a visit to her sick grandfather.
Mr. and Mrs. Tlios. Pence liave
moved into the residence formi rly
occupied by Roy Welch and family.
Chan. Pruneau was initiated into
the Order of Elks at Kugeno last
week and in now sporting a big i-lkH
JheCuciiit Court will convene 1
in Kuirone Monday Nov. 5. and a
largo number of easeH are on the
Mis Ruby Kiebards', whij haw
botn visitin; her aunt Mr. I'red
Chambers returned home to('ottag
(iiovo yenterdny. Itogister.
Th Star I.unibtr Co. statcH that
buhincSH is rushing and that they
ate doing wi 11, but are Komcwhat
hntidii'npped for la k of car-t.
The Tiaier Iron Works
gino uro just completing
donkey enyino for the C.o.
A Sons mill on the O. v
The Ciunty S'ipei intendeiit f
Schools received lat w ek the.
School Libraries ordered duiing
the su miner, and they will soon be j
iiihtnoutcti 10 all tlie sciio'Hm
J Sterna, a horse dealer of Chi
Mth. M. 1;. I'ifor, who conducted i "go, in in tho (irove with a fjDe
the Private Nursing Home in the ' stallion, which in one of 10 itn
Old Scott Chris-man house on Wall : parted by him from France, and
street has recently been carried to j taken to The Dalles for sale. Mr.
a Mr. Robertwon and is now living ! Stems expects to sell the borne
at Silver Lake, Oregon.
Tom Richardson, tho manager of
the Portland Commercial Club has
boon delivering lectures through
the Mate in tho interest of pushing
the state forward. Mr. Uiehardson
epoko at the Drain Normal last
Henry Veatcb and John Paker
went out after China Pheanants
and Mr. Veatch got four, two of
which had tails '2o inches In length.
Mr. Veatch says the birds are wise
aB there are more of them iniude the
city limits where they cannot be
shot than in the whole country out
side. Sam Veatch was shaking hands
with old friends in town on Mon
day. Mr. Veatch was in San
Francisco when the crowd tried to
mob Abo Reub and ho says, "That
man is in gravo danger". The
majority of tho people are confident
that Mayor Schmidt has teatherod
his nest, and that bis present stay
j in Europe will become permanent.
Mr. Veatch tniuks tho conditions
there are excoeliugly serious and
believes the labor element are liable
to make lively times yet.
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Collate drove and vicinity.
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Tho beHt at Vo.lt ch & Lawsons.
Sen our new lino of carpets
V'fiat' h A. Lawson.
Ktigcnc Steam Laundry, Allison
and Hastings agents.
Springfield into bavo a branch of
tho Hazel wood cronrnory.
for complete house furnishings
see us. Veatch t Lawson.
40 barH laundry soap for fr.oo at
W. A. Jfemcnway'H Htore.
Victor, Jvlison f
talking machines ,.n I
records nt the
Tho best selection of Hchool tab
lets in town can be seen at Mctcalf
The University of Oregon expects
its enrollment to roach 400 wiihiu
a short time.
MrH. Kirne's daughter, Mamie,
left for Jvureka, Calif,, on Thursday
where hIio will attend school until
11' xt summer.
I Vi.-gil White, a son-in-law of
Alex Cooley, in building him a very
neat little cottaec out at the end of
Fourth street, winch j now nearly
The choir of tho Methodist
church wai tendered a reception at
the h. .mo of J. I. Jones. A good
t line -wis njoyed and tho event
mad" a rallying point for the choir.
Two more "glory tickeU' were
"ranted today by ' Cupid" Lee.
Tli-se rnado happy were WiUism S.
Hairiw and M. Iiurcna Fred.irick
s'ui. SimiikI 'inson and I Ion ri
i tta San
I'll" I, an" County Medical Asho
' i ition has leased n largo room in
the Chiimnnn block in Eugene, for
it-. I'ermnncnt hcadijuartcrH and
they will havo their manokiiiB, li-
l.iaiy ami equ pinent for general
it f' Tcncc.
Tho Willamette University has
had its lirft hazing for over 2."
years. A student Darned Power
gave vent to too much enthusiasm
in favor of Whitman college, and
suffered for it that night at a school
gathering. The trouble has quite
worked up the university people.
Mrs. M. R. Hurt is going to
liosoburg whero she has employ
ment and desires to rent her five
room houHo and bam, reserving a
room fos storage of furniture or
will rent it furnished. Mrs. Hart
expects to return to the Grove after
a time but is going south as she
has a good place offered her there.
A very neat invitation to attend
a joint meeting of a Farmers' Insti
tute, undor the direction of the
Oregon Agricultural College and
tho Willamette Valley Development
League on Tuesday and Wednes
day, Nov. ! and 7, has been ex
tended by the peoplo of Lebanon to
the people of this section.
Uoy Killed Dy Falling Tree Near Se.gl.
A. Wilkins, a boy aged about 16
years, was killed iu the Pooth
Kelly logging camp above Saginaw
Saturday, a tree faling on him, the
Hows of tho accident reaching Ku
gone after four o'clock yesterday
'T he boy and two men were at
work cutting down a big tree. It
fell and lodged botwoen two other
trees which were rotten. One of
them broke iu two and began to
fall. The two mon succeeded in
getting out of the way, but tho boy
in his excitement seemed to ruu
directly beneath it and was
crushed to death. The top of his
head was mashed to a pulp and
death was iustantaneous.
Tno body was brought to Eu
gene. Tho funeral will be held
Sunday at three o'clock in Gor
don's undertaking rooms and the
reniaius interred in the I. O. O. V.
The boy leaves a father and two
brothers, Saturday Guard.
The Ladies Aid Society of the
Presbyterian church Are planning
for a great Thanksgiving dinner.
Tables for families nnd dinner
parties will be reserved if engaged
1 P. Phillips, the Cottage Grove
plumber, is here putting iu the hy
drants for the city's new water
works, which is nearing completion.
The above clipping appeared in
the Drain Nonpareil last .week. A
number of our foremost citizens
;in'' in business at
Ucms of Interest in and about
your I ,-
is the time
me ik'sl disc
plow that is
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Paid Capital $15,000.00.
W. H Abrair.i
C. Ron Kin
A. M. Kelio
We xolii'it t he a.'couriti- of cor
ior;iti'iris, liiiiH ;ind indiviI-n.-il-',
ari'l will ! ili i-"d to meet
With tliose slio i 1 1 11 1 l.ltr
IH'W :iti hi nl !t.
We pay 1 pir.ent r,n time de
posits .-ifti i- Aii-ii-t 1 . l:n 'e
will In- moved to our piTlllil-
in-nt liniii" mi or alioiit that
that thriving little town, and have
been dubbed "leading capitalists,"
"expert engineers", etc., etc., ad
infinitum, but this is tho last straw,
to call a real estate man a plumber,
is rather far fetched, unless Mr.
Phillips has been masquarading
under a new trade.
Baby Protzman Dies.
Martha Florence Protzman, the
baby girl of J. li. Protzman and
wife died Wednesday, aged seven
weeks and one day. She has been
seriously nick almost the entire
time. Her mother lies on her s'ck
bed and bruvely bears the loss of
her youngest boy and her baby
girl and stmts to recover herself.
Mr. Protzman reports her better
and says ho hopes she will keep
Teachers Gel Poor Salaries.
At a recent Lane County teachers
institute, Prof. Sampson delivered
an able address upon "The Making
of a Community," and in the
course of his remarks ho gave ex
pression to the following senti
ments: Under the head of the .schools as
a lactor in the motlcru community
as he spoke of tho necessity for the
parents to co-opeiato with the
teachers in the work of education.
The most vital point in school sys
tem is the teacher, whose person
ality must be such as to influence
tho pupils in the right directions.
Men will t-pend millions for rail
roads, but are not so liberal for the
schools. Tho last factor of the
commuuity, the home must be such
as to assist the teachers in their
At this point Prof. Sampson in
troduced some figures he had com
piled of wages in Lugene. A few
of them follow:
Carpenters to $15. 50 a day.
llricklayers $5 to $7 a day.
Plasterers $2 to $2.50 a day.
Common labor $ a day.
School teachers (Lane county
average) $;W a month.
lie drew some interesting deduc
tions from the table ho presented.
While learning his trade- the plas
terer is earning money, not full
wages perhaps, but still he is earn
ing. While tho school teacher is
learning his trade he is not earning
a cent, and is spending eight years
of time end .fifioo a:.d jooo iu
Another deduction he made was
in regard to the difference required
of the pertouality of the persona
engaged. If tho plumber makes a
mistake it is easily rectified, but if
a toucher makes a mista'ico in deal
ing wfth a child' the result is last
ing and iuoffacublo. We do not
enquire into the church stauding
and the morals of the plasterer who
is woikiug lor us, but we demand
tho bebt iulluences to be about the
school children. Ks,
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ify-v lv worth more j
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I I Also a line line of Ladies' and
I 1 Gents Shoes
9 I L;idies Pirn- Shoes .:, f.,?
2 I (M'litn l .i c Si i AM to :r ail si. 1 t-i of feet S
$ I fJS, to If,.')'). jl ;
0 9 I SFKCIAL ATTENTION TO SHOK CUSTOM F-RS
I All Kinds Dope j
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Subscribe lor the Nuggei.
KCZKMA and PILR CURfi
pppp Knowing what It w;is to
sulfer. 1 will irivo. PKKi: OF !
C1IAUOK, to any alllk ted u positive I
cure for llcenm, Suit Klieum, Krvsip
elus, Piles nnd Skiu Diseases." In-
Ktant reiki. Hon t suffer I; o i : ' r , ;
Write F. W. WJLIdAMS, -ltii) Manhat
tan Avenue, X. V. HtlClonO -t.HHI".
Picsults from chionlo eoiistipation,
which Is quickly cured by Dr. -King's
New Lifo Pills. They lemovo all
poisonous germs from the systeurund
infuo new life nnd vigor; euro Hour
Htomach, nuuwla, headache, ill..lnes.
and eolle, without uripiiitr or dis
comfort. -.jC. Ouaiiiuteed by 1 1t-n -mou'u
fill the Time I
Ilardwniv. Stoves, IMumbinrr
- rs' Lotrs' and mill
supplies, Wagons, Htiics, Agri
cultural Implements. Snortinr
Caps, Fuse, Ivtc.
!!i..uaini; and ihiy ueliool tor TouiiK ldiB.
IillzLy mtlhod). Art: I omi.l.r.
I.'.r.li; Cmii-h; h.,,-i-i In.luceinent. for
'i.a'.lon niJieai blaitr tuuerlor.
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Chicken fanciers get a Poultry
Journal, and keep posted. The
N'oithwest Poultry Journal aud th
'u'-.t for 1.7.1.