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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1899)
SBraE Devoted to tlie Mining,
Lumbering and farming Interests of tin's Community, to Good Government, and Hustling' for a giving.
HOIli. X. Cottage Grove,
$ mW GOODS!
Bikin & Bristow. Eakin & Bristow.
B; ' NEW GOODSI
fl5fc': NEW GOODS!
Slilrt walHtu, llcltH, Collar? , andCiiirH.
KwTnta lieauty. CJifiiH;r than yon
iTrlmmlng mid IreH Silks hi mI I col-
lojnnd Jtvle nt jiriccn that evcrylxnly
currnuoru in wear mom.
nit rtilftru ttliit Infitut
'iMjieKfasteiiingii nt 1.00 and 1.25 Hr
. MMiitItii fioii. In nit tin! at-
Vrncifroeolnrif. Price 25 ix;r ;:nt. less
rtBjmng'WrajiiM!ri. They nrij perfect,
jjjpfo needto worry nliotit making them
WocaujSavo you tho trouble.
Ealiii & Brisiow.
ln just the lines
for Spring World
AM. KINDS OK
f Hani ware, Garden, and, Pruning Tools, Axes, Saws, Sledges and Rope.
Everything in the House
AGE GROVE, ORE. C.
boon nfllictcd with rhoumatisui
teen years and nothing seemed
any relief. I wiih able to bo
all the time, but constnntly
arincr. I had tried uvervthinu 1
oj!jy!ar of and at last was told to try
.Chamberlain's Pain Halm, which I did,
rnj immediately relieved and in a
jtljiio uurcd. I am happy to say
lias not since returned. Johii.
Gcrmnntown, Cal. For sale by
Rknson, Cottago Grove. Joi:
particular pains to kcoj) tho
freshest rolled oats, Grandma's
jcrnica, morning meal, fresh
ill and buckwheat Hour. F. B.
ferries, Oranges, Lemons, Sweet
as and Bulk l'lckles at Cuiumings
ess is beginning to pick up. Tho
mun was enabled to buy 15 cents
( sow-bolly last week. By using
tho string system, suspended
lie coiling, una Uy practicing cioso
y thereby not swallowing tliis
I plcco of meat only onuo it day
bo able to Vxist until July,
Only $35.00 canlt for tho best goods.
Durability mid price equaled by mimic.
To ovciy lady who buys one of our $.'15.00
chain wheels within tin) next tiO days
we will give a Hoyal Carpet .Sweeper
Outing Flannels. 11 fty pieces, at re
duced paices. New patterns and col
CretonnuH, Silkalincs and Draperies
at 10c to 25e.
DreHi Lining. All the latent things
J in plain and fancies, Near Silkn, Silk
Stsipcs, and I'crcali lien and Silt'cics.
rercalincH. An assortment of colors
that do not fail to attract favorable at
tention. Mio & Bristow. I
and Barn Building line.
H. Vandenburg, M'gr.
m. k. uiiimcii.
Hereafter the services at tho Metho
dist F.piseopal church will bo as fol
lows: Sunday school at 10 a. in.
Preaching every 1st, 2nd nnd 3rd Sun
days at tin. m. and 7:!!0 p. m. Hp
worth League at 0:30 p. m. Prayer
meeting every Thursday evening at 7 :!M).
Lot us hoar tho Gospel "it is tho powor
of God." Strangers and friends ato
made welcome to all meetings.
M. O. BitiNK, Pastor.
ltov. H. A. Uoss tho widely known
evangelist who creates n great interest
and stir in tho hearts of people whore
over ho goes, will hold a sories of meet
ings at tho Methodist church in Cottage
Grove, comnienelng tho first Sunday in
Regular services Sunday. Qfibrlng
for foreign missions will bo takon at tho
O. 1'. OIIUHCH.
Sorvicos Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
All members requested to bo present.
No othor services during tho day.
'Or&gQt$s frviQaftn-oh jL1?,' 1899:
Eakin & Bristow.
Shoes Ladies Shoes Fine Shoes.
i Our $1.50 and $2.00 linen are very to beat
and our $2.50, $.1.00 and $3.50 lines are
i never equaled. Come and nee our prices
! and you will mirely buy. Latent xtylcs
in all widthn.
ChainbrayH. All colors.
New Table Spreads nnd Fortiers in
Calicoes! Calicoes! Calicoes 1 Vou
will acknowleilgc their superiority at
New Ribbons! New colors, new
Klyles and new prices.
Your cash trade is what we want and
if low prices nnd best Roods count for
anything wc will get n large share of it
Eakin & Bristow.
Wll.I, UK 8KXT IIY TIIK NOKTIII'.RN PACIKIC
Railway Co., to anv addiikss uro.v
UKOKIIT, IN ST AM I'S, OK OTIIKIl
WISK, OK TIIK A MOUNTS NAMED
Ananutial publication of about 100
pages, gotten up in most nttractivo stylo
and beautifully illustrated in half-tone.
Tho I'onteuts of each number are varied
and dilfcii'iit from Mi predaeeshor. The
NoiirnKitN I'acikic has become noted for
this publication. Tub Fi.vkmt Tiii.no in
Railway Litkiiati'Kk. Send six cents.
VKLLOWSXONK PARK MAP
A relief map of Yellowstone Park.
Printed on tirtu paper, and suitable for
mounting or framing and for use in
schools, class rooms, etc. The best man
of the Paik that is publicly distributed.
Mailed in pastboard tubes. Send lOcts.
A nicely illustrated pamphlet, descrip
tive of Mount Riiuier, Washington, the
grandest ico-covered peak in the United
States. Send two cents.
An illustrated folder and relief map of
the Kootenai Region in BritishColumbia
north of Spokane. Send two cents. '
ARMY AND NAVY BOOK
Tells about both tho U. S. and Spanish
armies and navies at beginning of Spanish-American
war. Map of Cuba and
adjacent, islands. A vest pocket history
well worth preserving tor reference.
Send ten cents.
In sending for these write tho address
carefully, and state whore advertisement
UliliH. S. l'l'.l!,
Gun. I'axM'UKer A cent,
ST. 1'AITL, MINN.
Notloo is lioreliy given thnt tho nmloralgnccl
lins been tluly apiiotntod ly tho Cunuly Court
UHtntonf SliiiH l.imo. iIqcqiimlmI.
in uiiio t oiiiur, uropnn, iinniiiusinuor
Alt persons hiivtiiKclnlniRiiimlnit salil cstnte
nro heroliy rcnnlruil to present tho mono to me,
proiKirly vorllioil, at my olllco, tn CottiiKO
(Irovo. Oregon, wilhliiKlx months from the ilntu
Dnted this 22ml day of Fobrunry, 1899.
U. If. SNA IT,
Ilavo reached n high stato of perfec
tion. Almost universally adopted. In
National monumental building. Butter
for 2.000 years than granito for 20. Bo
not deceived longor. Buy
For further information writo or call
" F. A. TOBIER,
THE NEW. I.AW.
Relating to Hops, Orchards The
Law Should be Observed.
Those who are interested in fruit,
hops, flowers, etc., should read
carefully the following law (H B.
238, by Morton), passed at the last
session of the legislature:
''An act to protect the fruit and
hop industry of the state of Ore
gon be it enacted by the legisla
tive assembly of the State of Ore
gon. "Sec. 1. That it shall hereafter
be unlawful for any person, firm or
corporation owning or operating
any nursery, fruit orchard of any
kind, hop yards, flower gardens or
ornamental trees, to throw cuttings
or primings from any fruit trees,
nursery stock, ornamental trees
or hop vines into any public road,
highway, lane, field or other en
closure, or into any water course of
any kind; but shall destroy such
cuttings or prunings with fire with
in 30 clays from the time such
cuttings or prunings are made.
"Sec 2. It shall hereafter be the
duty of any person, firm or corpo
ration owning or operating any
such nursery, fruit orchard, hop
yards, flower garden or ornamental
trees, and knowing such to be in
fected with anv kind of insects,
pests or disease, to immediately
spray or destroy the same in such
manner as the lruit commissioner
of the district may direct.
"Sec. 3. It shall be unlawful
for any person, firm or corporation
doing business iu the State of Ore
gon to sell Paris green, arsenic
London purple, sulphur, or any
spray material or compound for
spraying purposes, in quantities ex
ceeding one pound without provid
ing with each package sold a cer
tificate duly signed by the seller
thereof, guaranteeing the quality
and per cent of purity of said ma
' bee. a. Any person, firm or
corporation selling any of the
above materials which do not con
form with, the certificate furnished
therewith shall be deemed guilty of
a misdemeanor and, upon convic
tion thereof, shall be subject to a
fine of not less than $25, nor more
"Sec. 5. It shall be unlawful
for any person, firm or corporation
to import any infested or diseased
fruit of any kind into the State of
"Sec. 6. Every person' who
packs or prepares lor shipment to
any point without the state, or who
delivers or causes to be delivered to
any express agent or railroad agent,
or other person, or to any trans
portation company or corporation
for shipment without the state, any
fruit or fruits, either fresh, cured or
dried, that is infected with insects,
pests or diseases injurious to trees,
shrubs, plants, fruits or vegetables,
is guilty of a misdemeanor.
"Sec 7., Any person, firm or
corporation violating any provisions
of this act shall be deemed guilty of
a misdemeanor aud upon, conviction
thereof shall be punished by a fine
of not less than $25 nor more than
Sec. 8. It shall be the duty of
the commissioner of the state board
of horticulture of the district in
which a violation of this act occurs
to present the evidence of the case
to the district attorney, whose duty
it shall be to prosecute any person
guilty of a violation of this act(
which prosecution shall be brought
in any of the justice courts of this
"Sec. 9. Inasmuch as the horti
cultural interests of the state de
mand immediate attention this act
shall be in full force and effect from
and after its approval by the
Bills Presented Judges aud Clerks
Tuesday evening March 14, 1899, tho
Cottage Grove council in chambers
assembled transacted the following
Council called to order at 7:30 p.m.
with Mayor Bristow in the chair.
Councilmen Piper, Ilemcnway, Snapp,
Gowdy and Knox present.
Minutes of the previous meeting read,
and after some changes in that part re
referring to the digging of the "Doke
ditch," in which it did appear that tho
responsibility of digging the ditch rested
upon Mr. Harms, thus relieving Mr.
Harms from the responsibility, tho
minutes were adopted :
The following bills were then read and
Hemenway & Burkholder cedar
poles $ 1 50
John Durham, work on crossing
and hauling lumber 1 25
S. R. Piper, mdse 7 34
Water Co 2 months 10 00
T. M. Doke, work on ditch 1 00
Griffin & Veatch, nails 25
A. Nelson, lights 1 month 31 00
A. Nelson5 street lamps, fixtures
and wire 16 50
A. Nelson, 5 renewals 3 75
Total $72 59
One bill, that of Mrs. T. M. Doke for
f2 for washing for Mrs. Sanford while
the family of Mrs. Sanford was ill, waa
rejected by the council upon the ground
that tho council did not authorize the
work to be done. It was claimed, how
ever, that the marshal authorized tho
work to bo done and that therefore tho
council was responsible for the payment.
The council overruled this and refused
to audit tho bill, although every mem
ber agreed that Mrs. Doke should have
her pay, but not from tho public funds
as that act would establish a precident,
whereby other claims of a like nature
could bo presented. The result was that
Mayor Bristow volunteered to pay $1
out of his own private funds, providing
that the balance be subscribed by other
members. Councilman Snapp, who
had supported Mrs. Doke's claim,
kindly volunteered to pay the other
Treasurer Veatch then made his re
port, which was referred to tho finance
The matter of selecting polling places
and judges aud clerks of elections then
came up for consideration.
Upon motion it was decided that
judges nnd clerks of election bo not al
lowed to exceed $1.00 por dny for ser
rices. Tho following polling places, judges
and clerks wore then decided upon.
Ward No. 1 Thos. Alien work shop,
J. W. Currin, judge; T. C. Wallace, Js
K. Barrett, clerks.
Ward No. 2 Council Hall, Joo Gar
routto, judge; Jamos Ozment, Davo
Ward No. 3 Hemenway store, Geo.
Hawloy, judge; L. Morse, Robt. Griffin',
clerks. Tho advisability of calling a citizens
mooting was then discussed and after
some deliberation it was decided that a.
meeting with the view of selecting a
a ticket to bo balloted on at tho coming
olection bo called on tho evening of
March 25, 1899 at 7 :S0 at tho Masonic"
There bejng no further business be
fore the council, upon motion, nd