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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1899)
Irit of ('oiivci'nIiim hiiciiih to bo
,ii 1 1 1 hi Hit ii 1 il icch with mill'-.
riiiiloo according to Hit' (limnl
gli I. Wednesday morning ".io I
to hold 1 1 Shut id' WlthcrH,
' bogus revolver, made out of
uml tin foil. Shoriir Withers
relieved till" (ll'lltll wiitcli 1 1 m L
; tin I liml lot llnuitoii Into the
Ho wash and take a little exur-
Milli" Hit' hIiitIII' whs ciul I in IiIh
jntnn bucked into ii ilurk corner
Bred Withoni lo "throw up his
Withers Hoeing Itrniiton hold
, appeared lo ho u revolver
illtectly nt him wiih startled hut
lug himself ho simply hm id "Oh,
' f Itrillltflll ttl'IOIH' IiIm IiIiiIT
work gave it 11(1 nnd thi'ii tiled
Pit otr inn Joku. However ho
ftcrwiudH that if In) liml hiul ii icul
would liiivu donu hoiiio ruul
aCjfflwliiy evening March I, 180!) Mr.
H)iiiMon and Miss Klla White
weroBn lurried in thin elty tit tho rcni-
(lOnCOMOI J. A. I'.IICOgC, l(0V. HllllKH
BUng, Mr. .IniiicH Hurt acting as
lieif man und Mins Minnie Hurt iih
lirj'rtgjjnald. The contracting patties.
Oil nml lavornMy known Ihiougli-
n Ht.rtoii und tint Nupift joiiiH
jojnamiiiiy friends in wishing them u
nippy, ami prosperous llle. J hose
ffumiiit were Mr. und Mrs. James
infmcnwav. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dickey, Mi.
jijjuiju're. Frank Woolcy, Mr. and Mne
Mletlgu. Mtm. Thompson, Miss Iluliiu
AM About yod.
A Hunt l'omit Ituttle. , ,
A few diiyK ago two of Cottage Giovo'h i
young men not mixed up in a mhundor-
Hlaniling which might, have resulted in u J FloliJlior is ill from tho mine.
Ileiee und hloody mtllc hud fulo not Jiiiiich liml, fir of Eugene wiih an
ordained otherwise. After a short hut urrivalTuosduy.
hovcic oratorical eonlcst tin two young
aspirants to hloody Holds and noble
bitllo, agreed to go outside of tho cor.
porato llniltM of thin beautiful elty and
settle Hut mutter in good old Yankee
Sullivan Mtyle. They Mlurted, und when
they got out to the railroad one of the
IiiiVm, after several inliiuteH of studious
Mrs. Win. GeorgowaBin the city tlie
(lrst of the week,
A. K. Kclloy of Moscow, Idaho wan in
tho city Wednesday.
J Ion W. I. Vftwtcr of Med ford wan in
Collage Grove Monday on business.
Frank Hughes, interested in IJohomlrt
reflection, slopped hIioiI and cald , uiiiiom wont south to Kiddlo ItiewJuy.
"Lookco hero, I wantH yer tur under- j I). Y. .Allison of Spokane, Wash., was
stand that this 'or is tor ho a regular retMstorod at the Sherwood Tuesday,
sipiuroitp and up flsl light; thoio aint i,r C, Lr, Siuipp of thlseitv made a
lur he any scratching anil hlttiir en sidi, ,,UiV trip to Drain Wedin-wlay.
lino oon i yor mrgu ii, iiw outer
nalii' "Thut'H alright , but I wants
vikr tni if ii t i'uf fi till ftitit wlieti I intttf
thinughwld yur, there won't ho a hull J MrH' Kuykendall came up from Kit
honunur a sound piece of lleI. in yor , f'ly to visit Pacific Circle W.
hody. I'm tie raiupaiitonist Fllijuiiio in tie
ditch cce?" The other nohlu uladiator'H I -Mr. nnd Mrs Sutherland 0f Coant
eyen oiicned in wonder and counter- I'ork are gue.MlH of Mr. and Mrs. Ham-
' nation and an noon an he was ahle to i ',r"'-
put hiH talk work to running again h' , M. Kllu Delanoy of Mowow, Idaho,
said, "Kay t'fdat'Bde way ye' a comln was registered at tho Hotel do Sherwood
Itev. Alley of Hugeno wiih a HOitth
hound passenger Satuiduy uftornoon.
rholupiou. Miss Mitmie
lensrs. .Iiiiues, Al
Hart of Ku
nt a feller, do campaign Im olf I'h ! Wednesday
whipped it-ready; let h Hhake. ' And
then Ilriitusand CassiiiHsliook liuudsaiid
i returned to town; ami the Ntiuget man
was relieved of tho ta.ik of goiuu out and
'helping pick up the torn and mangled
Those cougar cuhs of Hako Stewarts,
were last Wednesday purchased by Win.
Cutbirih and Karnest I.tickwood. The J
Inn s are now warm on the trail of a cub !
Uu in a fi v.
diimae was done heie on ac-
the high water. Tho river
iwod for a few liours, and seveial
weroallout; ami one or two
ithuuglit best to get out of their
linif. The floor of thegrooorv
Jism Ibise WilliaiUH wiih llixsled
fern' inelies of water for a few
lit tin- stnre is on a vei v low
in und iipuii an iinlllletl lot. At
several tliniiHiiud ticM lxluugtn
I. Compiiny Mere washed
rains were ilelaviil licit' und
for several hour, but takiin;
c -i int nml eotisiileriug thu in-
XinjitylO) the Htorm little dauiiieo was
l7X 8 tIB u n duv .luck (uiiiu, engineer of
iUMM 1 of the liooth ICclkv I.unibei
iMnHny in"' witii u very painful aeei-
rimuid iit thai will cause the geutlo-
liiitltoHav oil lor u week or two. Mr.
K-uh doing some lepuir work on
BngUio wlu ii heuecidentuily ot bin
"steiie I bxtwt-.ni the piston rod
Ifrmue, eninting the Heidi from
g of tl.ree of his flugeiHOII Ills
land to be pealed olflmforo you
Jack It 'billon. Mr. Quinu
the wouiiil liiiuself and at lant
he wait getting along nicely.
PJitckTMcNeil wlio wiih workiiu; in tin
mmt mill No. 2, of the I'.ooth-
leltnyMLiiiiilior Coiiipany. niet with a
almccStlent Wediiestlay afternoon. He
HglHtnndiiur near John Uraii; who was
rlclntrln lot;. Mr. Criiiiz'H axo Hlinrn d
IKnTu'riiHi) mid struck Mr. McNeil on
fflfofmriii juslWlow the elbow, cutting
WLuEI incheH Ioiik across tho anil, in
fll&io clear to the bone. Mr Mc-
(itiwaa broiiuht to Ctittimo Cirove bv
leriimn and Win. 1'iku and Drs.
IWall Hewed up tho wound. At
SrtH Mr. McNoil wan doing nicely.
Iprucu Mann is in receipt of a
Sin his parents at St AugiiHtine,
Jga and hiwh tliat the recent cold
UPlbentH anything ever known there.
nrango orchards are inucli-
IjyMrjliiied, hiiow was overv where
SOUHniul the inurciirv uot down to
F; G. La no of Montnim arrived
Mr. I.anu camo to Cottage
nth hiH imientH in 185!). In
It'ittlt ft .111.1 r..l... 1..1....II
and stock ralHingand at presont
rd at HillillL'H. Montiinn. urn ex.
return In tho near future.
vet tlino in tho old town tlieao
ednoHday morning houtliliound
wiih hold Iioro until about
it iinii iiriiiti fiiitiunn hip r in nv.
P. D. (iilbert tliowideawakotravelinc
man was a vinilor at Cottrge Grove
Mrs. ('. J Howard who arrived on
Sunday's afternoon local returned to
Attorney A. C. Wolcoek of Ktigcnc
was in Cottage Grove Monday on pro
fudge Ilulocame up Sunday morning
hear down about Drain, and are very 011 1,10 "cignt. i he judge lias a weak
anxious for information that will lead ! W for fruiJ,t lr,,i anyway,
to the purchase of a monkey or two mid I Mm. Tucker of Portland, daughter of
Kdago, after which the hIiow will be J Mr. and Mrn. J. W. Jlakerwas an ar
put in operation, instanter, witii the rival'last .Saluiday afternoon,
oiiening' date either at Saginaw or Shoo- .Mr. Sutherland leeciveda fine Cor
slring. Come boys, itH time you got , nirh j.ailor oignn Tuetday direct from
nrottiid with season complimentary
l'lanhtfi MIU Men.
The Messrs. tilass who are operatorb
of the ('rawfonlsvilli- jiliining mill mo in
the city with the view of entabliahiug a
pliininu mill here. The gentlemen are
very capable men and are rustlers in
their line of business. Should the loca
tiou justify them they will remove their
plant from Crawfordsville to thin oily in
llrti near inline. Success to you gentle
men. It n the i' UncusU'
Collage (irove people were a little
uneasy last Sunday afternoon upon the
arrival of about half of (lie legal frator
tit t v of Kugcnc, all in a bunch. For a
while it was thought that a special corps
of police should be mlled into service
but as the gentlemen seemed lo be very
much on their good behavior nothing
of a sensational nature transpired.
For a ItiiHi nexs l.uviitlon.
Messrs. lluker and Johnson now oi
Colin iy, formerly front Nebraska, wore
in the city hint week looking for a busi
ness locution. They exprees themselves
well pleaded with Cottage Grove's out
look and expect to return here noon,
. Sjilemttil Dance.
The dance given by the Ilohonlia
Dancing club the tucond of the nories
at Davis Hall on last Satuiduy
evening was a pronounced success. The
Hour wiih in excellent condition, tho
music wiih splendid and the attendance
Thursday's morning local wa over an
hour mid a half late on account of a
washout near Oakland. It wiih also
stated that another was bout occurred
between here and Hosebnrg jnat after
the local creased tho trestle .
The 0-weekH-old babe of Mr. and Mm,
JnmeH Lebow tiled at tho family roi
denco nix miles east of thin citv on
.Monday morning Feb. 27, 1S99. Tho
Interment took place In the, Shields
Mrs. Demurest of Creswoll who lias
beou in tiiia city under tho care of Dr.
Snupp for some time is now on the road
to rapid recovery, hor many friendH will
bo pleased to learn.
To the wife of Jasper Patton, on Inst
Saturday, February 25, 18!)!), a girl.
To Mr and Mm. Frank Zinc, last Fri
day, February 25, 189!), a boy.
J. 0. Watts, of Hiigouo, llio woll
known graduate optician, will bo in
Cettago Groyo next Tuesday, March 5,
and will remain a fow days only. You
should seo him that ho may niako you
bkb that ho Ih tho right man to inako
you hi?h that, bo can tit glasses to por
fm.tinn tin will also brine, with lilui a
part of hiH Htock of watches and jewelry
which ho is closing out nt less than
the factory at Washington, N. J.
Dave Allison arrived in the Grovo
Tuewlay from Montana to visit a few
days with his parents and friends.
IJuueiie's Abe Lincoln L. liilyeu
was doing professional business in Cot
tage Grove Monday, having arrived on
Nov. Copplo was an arrival un Satur
day'n local and held set vices at the
Christian church Sunday, returning
Meiwrs. Klojifonstein, Lock wood and
Patterson are spending a few days In
Cottage (irove. They will return to the
milieu next Monday.
licrt Muiiii arrived from the mines
Monday evening and reports lliee feet
of fresh snow in the mountains. No
wonder the river rose rapidly.
MrH. Hanson who has beon tho guest
of her daughter Mrs. John Medley went
to Creswell Tuesday where she con
templated visiting a fuw days licforo re
turning home to Hiigenc.
Tho many friends of Kd Ilebbard, who
is idcutillcd with the well kept store of
Hen Lurch, will regtet to learu that he
!h sutlering with a well defined attack of
la grippe. -May his shadow never grow
W. II. Hunter of Pittsburg, Pennsyl
vania, was an arrival here Tuosday. Mr.
Hunter expectHto stop in Hosebnrg a
few weeks and then will return hero and
will probably spend the coming season
in the llohemia mines.
Mrs. Km ma Thompson, the accom
plished daughter of Hon. Geo. 1J. DorrisJ
of I'.ugene, was an arrival on Sunday
aftornoon's local. Mrs. Thompson is
court stenographer for this district and
came to take testimony in a case now
ill I III
Dealers in General Merchandise
Have now the most complete stock of Groceries in the city, and are still felling at
prices to meet any and all competition.
We call special attention to some of our late arrivals!
A large hlptnent of Shilling Teas, Coffees, Spices, Flavoring Kxtracts nnd Mak
ing Powder. The-ie are Shilling's Hest. Your money back if not as repre
sented. Wo have also a full line of theso goods of a choaper tjrade.
A choice selection of Japan, China and India Teas!
Our Yale Coffees are giving great satisfaction, selling at -1, 5, and 0 pounds for $1.
We are heudmiarters for Postum Cereal and Acme Health Kofly
A choice variety of mush goods!
Cream Fluked Oats, Morning Meal, Sernola, Grandma's Mush, Breakfast Delight,
Cream Wheat and Germea. We offer the best value in Syrups, Honey,
Pickles und Sauces.
Garden Seeds in papers and bulk.
A large supply of Meats
I'acon, Hams, and Lard. Your trade is solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. ,
Cummiiig it Fhiston,
A LONG NEEDED WANT
- By W. W. TREAT, Dealer in
With the attrchmcntofti i
Sheet rii, Tin nml
.Copper Smith's Manufactory!
At a meeting of Cascade Tent No. 00
Knights of the Maccabees held Feb
ruary 23rd. 1809, tho following resolu
tions wero adopted :
Whereas, it has pleased tho Great
Supreme Commander to romovo from
our midst our late brother Sir Knight
F. K, Toucbetto, therefore, bo it
Resolved, That In his death tho com
munity has lost a good citizen, our
order a faithful menibor and his family
a kind husband and father.
Unsolved, That we extend to tho bo
reaved widow and orphan our hoartfelt
svnipathv in their hour of need and
that wo commend them to tho kind
consideration of all Sir Knights wlioro
Hesolved, That iv copy of these reso
lutions bo spread upon tho minutes of
this meeting, that a copy bo sent under
tho seal of this tout to his widow and
that a copy bo givon to the local papers
for publication mid that our charter bo
draped in mourning in his niomory for
it period of thirty days.
j J. M. Suunwoon,
I Flt..'K II. lluous,
J. H. Youno,
All kinds of Sheet Iron work done to order, light or heavy;
Hydraulic pipe for placer mines; smoke stacks for engines, and
all kinds of repairs; Copper and Tin Smith work a specialty:
I will save my customers freight on all heavy goods, es
pecially on Hydraulic Pipe and Smoke Stacks, either from'Port
land or San Francisco. . .
A large and well selected stock of Mining goods, including
Picks, Shovels, Axes, Gass and Water Pipe; Steam Fittings, for
mills and hoisting works; Iron and Steel Nails, Bar Iron, Wagon
tires, House Furnishing Hardware, Farm Implements, Wagon
Trimmings, Wooden Ware, Wash Tubs, Wash Boards, Clothes
Lines, Wire and Rope, Churns and Dauy Outfits.
STOVES AND RANGES
Tin and Granite Ware in an endless variety; Mill Brooms,
especially heavy, for mill work only; Candles and Mining Candle
"W. "W. Treat, - Cottage G-rove, Or.
Davidson does good watch work.
The Webber Dramatic Company,
l'abbitts soap at dimming A. IIus
Notico Hemonway & Burkliolder'a
ad. Shoes, shoes, shoes.
Fresh candies every day, made from
pure sugar at the Tailor shop.
Salt Cheap at dimming A Huston's.
Car load just received.
For the choicest juicest meats call on
the City Meat Market.
Bacon and Lard at tho City Meat Mar
ket. Wo keop only the hest.
Remember Dr. l.L. Soofl.ild, Dentist
when you want dental work done.
The Boliomja Dancing Club will give
another club dauco Saturday night.
Kugeue must havo been a quiet town
S inday the lawyers were all up here.
If you want any farm machinery go
and seo F. P. Phillipps, Tho Grocery
man. If you want a Plow, Harrow or Wag
on, got prices ol F. P. Phillips before
Go to dimming & Ilustpn for best
value in Bacon, Ham and Lard. , Pio
Nic Hams 9c per lb.
I am prepared to lit your eyes with
glasses that will suit you. I am
not a traveling optician. Find me at
my placo of business Cottago Grove. Sot
Economy U not
We now have a FULL
STOCK of the
A New T" '-- mm I
and , .
I und ,
I Burklioltlcr. J
Mrs, Edith Stephens announces that
she is tho owner in part, only, of the
mines montioned in last week's Nugget's
"Bohemia Notes." . . '7
A. F. Lamb of FaffiSm1uiit''was'''in,thoH
city last Saturday. ' MY. "Lamb con
templates removing herajh tho spring,
i Ho is a first class lumber man,