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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1899)
p'WioWof I"h. of Helmet Lodge Ku
and of Juvenilia Lodiro No 'IH. of
MfajEffOroyo hold a noil of u revival
jfjs'lFSjtlurday iittornoon and evening
iflul dfffoveral now donnora of Icnlght-
j )jnoilHi'om;l almost like a protracted
iiicuttn'(5i HuturduvH afternoon locnl
iVouitlft up frotti Kugeno twenty-two of
1 lleinie Lodgo boya, onu Irom .Junction
C'JS'J and litHt hut by no iiiuiiiih least
W ffl&jn I'orlltuitl. It was purely a
pjitcrnul visit, only olio of iniiny that
irVfrWfciitly made by ono lodge to im
litliqr, hereby cementing III" tii'H of
fellowship into ono solid band that is
Oirdlv: encircling tliu earth. The
"IKtghW'of 1'ythlas, im a lodge, iih ItH
Jrlno suggests, im nothing if not
Ifratofliml. It ia not stiletly speaking an
Insurance company, although some at
tuiitioSU given to lifu insurance; lint It
i f)'iffim-'rnul order, pure and simple,
'I .iMjUjinp: Immunity in all Km nobleness
idlfandtMir, evr watchful of tint
pmlitfof others. TIiIh "protracted
E'ilii"'" w,lM wc,,Ml"l,t!,l 'y a f,w
IXU?""' '"'Widcd yontliH who hud
jWfHcctou 10 "enter there in upon lor
tneroccaaions, lint who at hmt having
til ieciiB convinced of tint evil of
jiemf way, sought recognition. The
nmn Koiitlmnon wro initiated: .
faKlurlln, C 1 Patterson, 8. Davidson.
jltMHcbard. Kriiest Lock wood, Itolit.
fJooley. 0. .1. Howard. Thoee present
fmrnff Helmet Lodge I-'iikimh, and who
(). Warner, J. 0.
(. llrmlv, Andv
The Hunplclou Cleared up. i Soavenlrn
For woinodayH, prior to I.Ih dupartiire., Mr. 0 W Hawkins, of thin city, 1h
," C""ln of city noted very in receipt of some very pretty keepsakes
str.ingo and some of his friondH became ct by hH son Clundo, at Manila, Co. 0
alarmed and apprehensive of his con- HeUonl Oregon. Among them are two
dlllon, and so strongly wan thin Im- HlJu of Spanish rifle shells, ono net as
pressed upon them that they were not they are made with only the powder
quite curtain iih to what his intentions drawn fn.m th( mI..II. nn.l n.n n,.r
iulthn honors were M.
T. C. Fish, .
lyjor, Geo. M. Smith, A. G. Ilolden,
Mathews, C. L. Winter, G. W.
Fl'fflns J" Kays, II. M. Ilolden, Win-
SMTrmatngc, Welhy Stevens, C. A.
VnnWinelcr. II. W. Rowland. I. T.
:Wmi, Gvo. 0. Lowell; Jnnrtion, and
titaM'vli mcelor Win-. Cake, of Port-
RiHRfeShortly after VI o'clock the
members picsentcd themselves at the
llonemla Hotel where a substantial
Imfn7hnd been prepared, and about
4QTttidiisrit Knights diil tlien and
ifiCriBtretcli their capacity in the at-
fihiftLtti nut fhit iiriiriiliir nut at timiyfi
nuuMionic. mi- I'.iiccne oo'h reinrneo
Jioinciiixin the mornim ovurland. with
mm. ; " . .. .....
uio.iMDCiTi'Et wen wihiich oi cue memoerH
offJliycntiiH lodne, and many wordn of
lUpprcrintion were extended for their
KsVOoMr , ..... ...
Kindly service, a joiner ami Drtter t-ei
xumoya, never cot onthide of their homo
2 Welier Dramntic Company ,d
ItjMown Friday, .Saturday and Monday
o?ml l WI,M K''l"'r""' known that
ilBiJipany wiim composed of amatenrx
Wiaipt thf piitroiiH of the theatre ilid not
expect much and their expectatioiiM
realized, "('hick" wan put on
nm'ji n,f."lt 1,11,1 P"y went
faiTlwwell. The little lady, whodidthc
sl wiim fairly pxxl in the part,
glijothe man who did the Irinh nervant,
Ibutlhlw double -in the deformed jailer
gjgjjottcn. "Ten NleJitH in a liar
room" wan given Saturday niclit to i
JHinjioiine, mil wiih rotten to the coie.
aiWdiiy nluht "Tho Little Detective"
Lw?fljrnt up. Thero wiih only one mnn
nBlie raxt that in any wav redeemed
hfrunelf ami IiIh name cannot o uiven
the jirocranm dintri billed were
jlrmtcd Hovernl yeitrn nuo when the
LWober Company wiih coniponed of en
tirely difrerent jwople. Ily way of
ueiiiiiicauon, However, no did tlio
a?ltikertou detective" turn. The com
pany would do tho nubile an ever aHtinn
or if they would 'urrnnuo it plan
Whereby they could get tho drop on tho
alieced tlinnninn wlio iirlilnn liittiMiilf nu
Knot "heavy" tho man who does the
lyHllan and kill him off. Ho'a horrible.
Mr? Weber iH a littlo iiHliamcd of bin
Ifigjjjpnny nnd Saturday night during a
long wait" niiuio an apology In mixed
Igcrman and Knuliuh. Now Mr. Weber
gjuld do otio of two things get soiuu
Koou peojiic in ins company and then
grdrobo them, or noil IiIh old car and
Bpecial Hcenery" to hoiiio aecond hand
man and quit busineSH.
Htnong tho canes boforo tho circuit
Spirt now convened in Kugeno aro tho
Rowing: J. K. Y-ung, admr. va W.
gwlirimnan ; to not nHido deed. Hoport
Mgrcfcrco. James Hoinenway va Tho
Hartford Mining Co; to recovor moiioy.
HjO. Veutch vh Jantca E. Thorp, etalj
toj-ecloauro. G. U. Snapp vh J. II.
mveeuted a 1'oHltlmi
Mr. II. I). Biolnxut of rortland ar
'od In this city last weok and has c
ptod r poHition in tho leading drug
ubo of Ilonson Drug Co.
Vliolce Lino of 'Candictt,
trhoHcnson Drug Co. has just put in
GXCCllont linn of nlinlnu nmwllnu
Uiib lion Hoiih, chocolato eieaiiiH nnd
were when he departed ; and hoiiio even
doubted t hut he went to Portland.
Now, it traiiMplrea that ho Ih Innocent of
all crime. Tim other night ho returned
home with one of Portlaud'a fair
diiuchtcrHiiH IiIh wife. Mr. 8. M. Collin
and MIhh lCnmia Kldgley were married
at the home of the bride'H pnrcntH in
Portland on Sunday, March ft, lhl)!l,
Hev. (). II. Lance ofllciatiiiK, and they
arrived In tliiH city Monday where they
will renide. 'I'll in explaitiH the queer
aetioiiH of Mr. ('oflln. CoiigratiilatiotiH.
Since the I iim t (hhiiii of the N'iigg(t
I'.II. PhlllipH has aold bin grocery Htore
to Mchhth. .lohimon A llaker. Mr.
PIilllipH baa built up an excellent trade
in thin city and IiIh many friendH will
regret to xco him depart from hiiHiuexH
eirelcH, but it can be wifely hhIiI that lie
ban aold to men old in hinducfx ex
perience and who eomu with the bent of
recomiueudatioiiH to carry on and
eventually enlarge the hiiHincH
nicely gotten under way by Mr. PhillipH
iiiiulo Into Houvenira witli knives, pen
bolderH etc., attached to the base of the
H'eel biilletH. Mr. HnwkiiiH iiIho re
ceived some very nico cigars, and the
Nugget man is jiiHt now enjoying the
plonmiro of Hinoking one. Ilere'H good
luck Claude, and may you return home
Kiife and Hound.
This week Mr. Horace Mann
moved from his cottage in this city to
bis farm residence a mile out of town,
and James Johnson, who has been
living upon the place has moved into
his i evidence In town.
It is to be hoped that Mr. PhillipH will
meet with the imiccchh he so jiiHtly de
orvei in whatever biiHlness venture he
may enter into, and that his HiicccHMors ,
will never regret having located with iih.
On to IiIh .fob.
John Stewart the well known stock
buyer of, Httgutiu passed throiiuo on '
Mouday'ri afternoon local, enroiite to ;
Hofebiirg. When John boarded the !
train at Hugeue, his dog "Hix" was at,
the depot and as John went into the
coach, "Hix" got aboard the roar, plat-
lorm. lie was discovered ny the con
ductor and John ordered him thrown
offat Henderson. As soon iih the dog
hit tlicuroiiud he went for the front end
of the train and hoiiic hard hearted
wag yelled that "Hix" was "next."
He had traveled with his master before
ami was maklnvc for the "blind."
Will In: Apprrrlatvd.
It is now understood that beginning
March lL'th the Northern Pacillc rail
road company will inaugurate a double,
daily train serviee Ix'tween Portland and
Ksctern points. The Northern Pacific
is an excellently equipped rond, and its
ollciaN are ever on the alert to further
the convenience of iilroad pat ions,
not o ily in piiut of oiufoit while
abimr I triiti, b it in t'Mi s. Tlo tourist
sleepers h.ivi long bouiu praiseworthy
feature of the northern Picitlc, an 1
they will cut a proiniiiiciit llgure in this
A meet lug of the voters of this school
ditrict was held at the school hoiicc in
this city last Monday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock. Considerable argument was
Attorney J V. Voting, wnw in attend
ance upon court in Kugeno this week.
Mr. and Mrs. 8 K. Collin, were passen
gers south Wednesday afternoon.
so Dr. Snapp was a south bound tiassen.
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kvi mpi it uiuiusoay aiiernoon.
Dealers in General Merchandise
Havo now the most complete stock of Groceries in the city, and aro still selling al
prices to meet any and all competition.
We call special attention to some of our late arrivals!
" infK shipment ot Hhiitmg'H Teas, Conees, Spicea, Flavoring Extracts and Bak
ing rowoer. ihese aro Hunting's JJest Your money back
if not ah
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n; ii iuu. u ohvo aiso a inn nne oi incso goods ot n cheaper
A choice selection of Japan, China and India Teas!
Our Yale Coffees are giviiiK great satisfaction, selling at
Wo aro headquarters for I'ostum Cereal and Acme I
A choice variety of mush goods!
Cream Flaked Oats, Morning Meal, Semola, Grandma's Mush, Breakfast Delight.
uiu.iui , nun i, iiiiu "juriiiua. n e oner u
Tickles and Sauces.
I, J5. and 0 pounds for 1-
the best value in 8yrujs, Honey
J. F. Miller made a short
the road ono day this week.
Walt Cochran has accepted a position
with the tie plant of the S. P. Co.
All Walker and little son were passen-
1 gers to Kugene hiHt Monday,
i Mrs. H Lea left Wednesday night for
Southern Oregon to visit relatives.
I Jiert unti and Mr. Patterson
turned to the mines Monday.
Miss Kmmii Palmer returned Monday
from a visit on the Mohawk,
j MissPearle Churchill, has returned
from u two months visit at Grants Pass.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Julian returned
j home to Saginaw from Eugene lastFri
i ! Jones was a passenger to Port
j land Tuesday. He will also visit Albany
J during his absence.
! Georgti Knowlea of Florence, arrived
in this city Thursday and will start for
A. J. Hinueman of Portland, for
merly of Eugene was in the city last
Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. Lively, who has been sewing at
.I n . ...
.urs. eaniord's, returned Saturday to
her home on Coast Fork.
Mr. and Mrs. J C Stoffer havo re
turned home from Montana, where they
have been visiting for several months.
A letter from Ernest Leigh who ia
Garden Seeds in papers and bulk.
A large supply of Meats
Bacon, Hams, and Lard. Your trade is solicited and aatisfaction guaranteed.
Outlining it Ruston,
A LONG NEEDED WAIT
By W. W. TREAT, Dealer in
With the attrchment of a.
Sheet Iron, Tin and.
.Copper Smith's Manufactory!
AH 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
now at St Louis, .Missouri announces i tires, House Furnishing Hardware, Farm Implements,
that he will return home the latter part
of this month.
.1. II. Lumson and J. W. Lakin of
Kugene, two good carpenters, arrived
mire Mitu tvfwii it..'.!
I...1..I .....! iui,..i ,n " iuKii.-i.i, uiu nuw resi
MHki'i in tin t n nu u tin ii uiu I tint l'J. T iv
.. , . ... . i- .i .idencoof James Hart.
mil', uwiiiK lu lliu u-ccill. lining I.IIUI.
one must be on record iih having paid
taxes on $100 or over as per the last
asiCSHiu 'lit roll. A school director and
clerk were elected for the cunning year,
Mr. L. Morse being the new dfrector by
acclimation, while Oliver Vcatch waa
Alf Walker is in receipt of a handsome
ebony cane just from Manila, a gift
from Henry Landess. It was suggested
by Henry that his father give it to the
homliest man in town, and of coiirso
intimated that Alf stood u pretty good
show ot getting It. it la needless to say
that there were numeroua contestants
for tho prize, hut Walker won it by a
scratch, aH the editor of the Nugget wus
barred in tho beginning of the contest
Could not Oct Here,
It was announced in last week's
Nugget that J. 0. Watta the Kugene
optician would bo in this city tho lirst
of this week. A lettor from him re
quests the Nugget to Bay that owing to
an Increase in trade at home tie waa
unable to make tho dato, but later on
will announce his arrival.
LastMonday AT Walker took tho brace
of cougar kittens, now about 0 months
old belonging to Cutbirth A Lookwood
to Kugeno and placed them on ex
hibition at Win Ronshiiw'a saloon. They
are playful littlo fellows and will at.
tract much attention.
Dr. G. U. Snapp and wife last weok
sold their lino residence on Wall street
to Mr. Ilcndoror of Drain wholaono of
tho now livery stable firm.
F. E. Ulair, of WadhamB it Kerr, of
Portland id in the city.
ThoWookly Orogonian and Ilohemia
Nuggot for f- i Jidyancp. JV'oJU b
J. u. l.ano who has been bore for
some weeks settling up tho estate of his
father isilas Lane, deceased, left Wednes
day night for his home at Red Lodge,
Mis hthel Cottlo, of tho Nugget
force waa unable to be at her case
Thursday owing to illness. Miss
. I. I.!.. II.. .
ouiuuwuriii Kiuuiy assumed her re
Dr. and .Mrs. G. U. Snapp, removed
their household furniture from thoir
former resilience to their new residenco
adjacent to the doctor.'s ollico on Main
street this week.
WALK Kit SAYINGS.
Dr. J. C. Gray was hero on
aional business Monday.
Mrs. Adrian Miller, went to Goshen
Saturday returning Monday.
T lt 1 IIF r
.i. r. trceKR anu win lano, wcro
visitors to Kugeno last week.
Mr. J L Hunter waa doing business
In Crcswoll, Monday.
Prof. Win. McQueen closed bis school
hero Friday, and will havo two weeks
vacation and then teach a three months
Mrs. W W Taitand son JD, of Shcdda
returned homo Thursday after n few
daya visit with relatives in this vicin
Mrs. David Grousbeck returned Satur
day from visiting relativos at Corvallia
Mra. Noah Buoy, wlio hns been quito
ill, ia reported to bo much better at this
Georgo Redford left Monday for
Eaatorn Oregon by the way of Portland,
oxpecttng to bo gone two or three
months or until tho roads acrosa tho
mountains aro so that he can driye in
Trimmings, Wooden Ware, Wash Tubs, Wash Boards,
Lines, Wire and Rope, Churns and Dairy 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. Trea.t, - Cottage G-rove, Or.
Davidson docs good watch work.
Habbitts soap at Cumming & Hua
Notico Ilomcnway & Burkholder'a
ad. Shoes, shoes, shoes.
Fresh candiea every day, made from
pure sugar at the Tailor shop.
Salt Cheap at Cumming & Huston's.
Car load just received.
For the choicest juicest meats call on
tho City Meat Market.
Bacon and Lard at tho City Meat Mar
ket. Wo keep only the best.
Remember Dr. l.L. Scofluld, Dentist
when you want dental work dono.
The Bohomia Dancing Club will givo
another club danco Saturday night.
Kugene must have been n quiet town
Sunday the lawyers were all up here.
If you want any farm machinery go
and aeo F. B. Phillipps, Tho Grocery-man.
If you want n IMow, Harrow or Wag
on, got prices ot IT. 11.' rtiillipa before
Go to Cumming & Huston for beat
value in Bacon, Ham and Lard. Tic
Nic Hama 9c per lb. '
I am prepared to lit your eyes with
glasses that .will suit you. Ing
not a traveling optician. Find mo at
my placo of business Cottago Groyc,. Sot.
Economy ! not
Wo now have a Fuu,
I and ,1
I Burkholilcr. I
Miss Roso Williams this week
sold her grocery store on main atreet, to
Mis? S. E. Wilbourn, of Elkton. Tho
many friends of Miss Williams will ror
gret to aeo her retiro from business,
Tho new owner cornea recommended
and no doubt bIio will meet with tho
a baud of h.oi.cs
PA vid.so.n-, jowejpr, -
suc.ce.33 she do&erye:.
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