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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (June 9, 1899)
COL. INGERSOLL SNUBBED.
A Boston dispatch under date of
June 3 says:
The Benevolent Fraternity of
Churches (Unitarian), having re
fused to allow the Free Religious
Association to hold its animal
meeting in Parker Memorial Hall
because Colonel Ingersoll was to
be one of the speakers, the meeting
was held yesterday and today in
the Hollis Street Theater.
Ingersoll gave out the following
interview concerning the contro
versy over the Parker Memorial
"I have the greatest admiration
for Theodore Parker. He was a
great and a useful man. He lifted
Unitarianism into intellectual re
spectability. He refused to bow
to Jehovah, He read the Bible,
not only with open eyes, but with
open mind. He dared to stand by
reason. He was a pioneer. He
carried a torch. He not only
welcomed the dawn, but he was
one of its creators. I am sorry
those in control of the Parker
Memorial Hall have more respect
for the hall than for the memory of
Parker; that they, for the moment
remembered their own prejudices,
and forgot the free, noble spirit of
Parker. I do not blame them, but
am sorry lor Parker's sake."
THE GLORIOUS DAY.
The Fourth of July to be Observed.
Committees and Officers.
The Salem Statesman has a very
clever writer who contributes under
the head of "notes of a by stander."
In sizing up the Branton confession
he says, "It was evidently carefully
'edited' by the Eugene minister
who made a fool of himself (or
rather showed himself to be a fool)
in connection with the case. Of
Branton he says: "His taking off
made a good riddance of bad
W. J. Bryan is hedging a little
on the silver question. In a re
cent speech he says: ''I have no
doubt that other issues will be added
to the platform. Whatever may
first in the public mind will be
the dominant issue." Well yes.
But it won't be silver at a ratio of
16 to I, at least it won't be so
dominant that it will result in Mr.
Bryan sitting in the presidential
A correspondent of the Pacific
Rural Press notes the fact that
when an orchard is planted where
oak trees have stood the fruit trees
do not thrive. The same thing has
frequently occurred in Oregon and
it has been found there to be due to
a toad-stool fungus which is apt to
be found where oak trees grow and
which attacks the roots of the fruit
trees. Oregon Agriculturist.
Portland's new paper The North
west Herald, edited by Geo. L.
Hutchin, a well known newspaper
man, has reached the Bohemia
Nugget table. It is an eight page
seven column paper, printed on
a good quality of book stock chuck
full of well written articles and ex
quisit illustrations advantageous to
Oregon. Every detail editorially
and mechanically has been carefully
looked to. Success to The North
Mr. ami Mr. Underwood and son of
Latham were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Tapp and family laxt Sunday.
A freight train was ditched in the
canyon below hero last Friday but no
one was hurt.
Mr. Rudolf Garrish is beginning to
build a large barn.
The base ball players went to Latham
last Sunday to play ball.
Fall wheat around here looks good.
Everybody has their turn at catching
Mr. Emerson of Latham was up this
way last Monday.
The following committees and officers
of the dav have been selected und iictlvo
work is now in progress and a rousing
good time is sura to follow :
Committee on general arrangements
met and transacted the following buti
President, 0. F. Knox ; vice presi
dents, L. G. Lockwood, I.oranc; Capt
Lyons, Mosby Creek ; J. B. Rouse, Coast
Fork: G. W. RcvnoldH. Divide; Geo.
Whitsett. Sairinaw; Win. Harris, Black
Butto; A. Kirk, Row river.
Marshal, Frank McFarland, reader of
Declaration of Independence, Mrs.
Sutton, Snringfiold ; Chaplain, M. O.
Committee on ground, Robt. Griffin
W. II. Hemenway, Sr., John Cardwell,
Chas. Stotrer, and Geo. Lea.
COMMITTKK OS TOOAL MUSIC.
Thos. Aubrey. L. F. Wooley, Mrs,
COMMITTKK ON HAND MUSIC.
Roy Knox, Winter Wallace, A .Nelson.
COMMITTEE ON LII1EIITY CAR.
Mrs. Chan. Burkholder, Mrs. John
Baker, Misses Wynn, Lurch, Currin,
Ermine Veatch; Messra. Warren Me.
Farland nnd C. J. Patterson.
COMMITTEE ON I'LUd U0LIE8.
Curtis Veatch, Doc Pitcher, Harry
Knowlton nnd Chas. Culp.
COMMITTEE ON SPORT.
Dr. Geo. Wall, J. S. Medley and Josiah
The following committee was ap
pointed to procure grounds upon
which to hold the field sports: Geo. Mc
Queen, A. C. Piper.
And the Bohemia Nugget for $2 per
year, cash in advance. This is without
doubt the greatest clubbing offer offered
by Oregon newspapers today. The
Oregonian is without doubt excelled by
none, in point of news both local and
foreign, is a clear print, and besides
has that great redeeming feature, de
void of sensational and disgusting
The following i the report of Mt .
Hope school, district No. 114, for
the month ending May 26, 1899:
No. days taught, 20.
No. days attendance, 149.
No. days absence, 1 J.
No. tardy, o.
No. boys enrolled, 3.
No. girls enrolled, 7:
Total enrollment, to,
No. of visitors, 7.
Average nttendance! 7.
Those neither absent nor tardy
during the month were Lettie
Casteel, Maude Miller and Mary
Minn ik G. SroNO,
A 50-cent promium will bo given
every cash subscriber to Bohemia
Nug;et at $1.60 cents per year. Ro
member the American Homo-maker,
orMcCall's Magaxine you have your
choice and tlio Bohemia Nugget one
year for $1.50.
Alwnys reliable Tho Weekly Oregonian.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Offico at Roseburg, Oregon.
May l' 181K).
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
Whether the govtrmeut is right)
or wrong, it should be sustained uy
every citizen of thi realm. PnlrN
otism demands it. No good citir.cn
should sulk in his tent. Dewcys,
Funstons, and not Achilles, arc
wanted at this hour. If the govern
ment has erred, the mistake should
be rectified in due course, nnd
those who made the blunder if blun-j
deris chargeable, sh lid be dis
ciplined nccordiug to their merit.
Every sympathy should be given
to thoes upon our sided of the firing
line. The men behind the guns
should have moral support
aud no encouragement should be
given to thoes that would destroy
them. Victory Ifirst, "benevolent
assimilation" and corrective meas
ures in the eventide of war should
be the slogan. Norlliwest Herald
The Bohemia Nuugut and the great
San Francisco Bulletin for J'-'.OO per
Mr. P. Kttcliaiu of Pike City, Cal.,
says: "During my brothers liitsslck
ness from sciatic rheumatism, Chamber
Pain's Pain Balm was tho only remedy
that gave him prompt relief." Many 'Call On
ntlien have testified to the prompt ro
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Grade and Prices to suit tlieTrj
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Transact a CirncRKiirio
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fl. K. Griffith, JV,.
tag-named settler has tiled uotiro of his ( f , , , , , njm,nl
intention to make final uroof in support ' 1 ....
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of his claim, ami that said prooi will lie
before Jool Ware U. 8. Com-
nissioner at Eugene. Oregon, on June
!9 180v, viE.Theophile F. Rosso on II.
E. No. 7369 for the E NW . NE
SW H, Lot 2, Sec. 20, T. 19 S., R. 6 W.
He names the following witnesses to
prove nts continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, vit :
Isaac N. Doak, Henrv Coleman, John
L. Bailey, Ivan McQueen, of Siuslaw,
J. T. Buiixiks,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Ilosebnrg, Oregon
May r, 1K99.
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing-named settler has Hied notice of his
intention to make final proof mi support
Remember the two papers, of his claim, and that said proof will be
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missioncr at Eugene, Oregon, on June
1, 1899, viz: James II. sharp on II
E. No. 9348 for the E yt SW j, W X
S E '4, Sec. 20, T.L"J ., K. 1 W.
Hu names the following witnesses to
prove hid continuous residence upon
und cultivation olsald land, viz:
Frank A. Rankin, William T. Bailey,
ol fcugene, Oregon, llaker btewart
Robert M. Veatch, of Cottage Grove,
J. T. BllIIKlKH,
affords. For sale ly H.nhon IJauo Lo.,
Cottage Grors.Joe Lyons Drain Drug
the Weekly Oregonian and your home
appertho Bohemia Nugget for $2.
New Clubbing Proposition.
Bohemia Nugget now offers to its
lady readers something in the clubbing
line directly interesting to thorn.
McCall's Magazine, devoted to the
fashions of the day, home, literature,
household hints, fancy work, current
topics aud popular lie t ion, and Bohemia
Nugget one year for $1.50. Remember,
you get with this offers free pattern
from the McCall Company. Read their
ad in another column.
DON'T READ THIS
Unless you want blacksmithing done
in a skilled manner. I do not work for
nothing but I am prepared to do work
at living prices and guarantee satis
faction. II. D. Hemenway.
Bad management keeps more people
in poor circumstances than any other
ono cause. To be successful one must
look ahead and plan ahead so that when
a favorable opportunity .presents itself
he is ready to take advantage of it. A
little forethought will also save much
expense and valuable time. A prudent
and careful man will keep a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy in the house, the
shiftless fellow will wait until necessity
compels it and then ruin his best horse
going for a doctor and have a big doctor
bill to pay, besides; one pays out 25
cents, the other is out a hundred and
then wonders why his neighbor is
getting richer while he is getting poorer.
For sale by Benson Daua Co., Cottage
Grove, Joe Lyons, Drain Drug ist.
TO TAX PAYER8.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION.
Land Ofuck at Roskuuiio, On.,)
April 20, 1899.
Notice iri hereby given, that tho fol
lowing-named settler has tiled notice of
his intention to make final proof in sup
port of his claim, and that 8a id prooi
will be made before Joel Ware, U. S.
Commissioner at Eugone, Oregon, on
June 13. 1899. viz. : Pliny E. Snodumss
on II. E. No. 8005, for the south half of
northwest ntiarter ol lots 3 and 4 of sec
tion 2, township 19. south, range 1 east.
Ho names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz. : J. Shep-
ard Smith, of Creswell, Or., Milan U.
Barker, of Fall Creek, Or., Rees S. Hoi
brook, of Fall Creek. Or.. Henrv T. Hoi
I Ienbeck, of Eugene, Or.
.I.T. UitiDOKS, Kegister.
Notice is hereby given that tho Tax
Rolls for the year 1898, will be closed on
the 15th day of Juno 1899. All persona
who desire to avoid costs and expenses,
should pay before that date.
Dated at Eugene, Ore., May 29th 1899.
W. W. WiTimitB, Sheriff and Tax
Collector of Lane County, Oregon.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office atRoseburg. Oregon.
May 22, 1899.
Notice is hereby riven that the follow
ing-named settler has died notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
oi ii is ciaun, anu uiai saiu prooi will
be made before Joel Ware. U. 8. Com
missioner nt Eugene, Oregon, on July
in isnn ..I., . r ' tt W
vt luirv, via. uoui;n unrui: till ri. r..
No. 7409 for tho S N W j Lots 3 & 4,
Bec.30,T.218.,R. 1 W.
He namos the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz :
John Q. Doud, Joseph S. Burnett,
James T. Hunt, of Wildwood, Oregon,
George DowenB, of Cottage Grove, Ore
gon. J. T. Bridokb,
Notice la hereby givn, that GeorKe M. Haw
ley bai been appointed admlntxtrator of the
eitate ol George v. Ozment, deceased. All per
sons having claims glnt Bald eitate are here
by notified to present the same to tnid admin'
litrator, at Cottage Orotic, Oregon, within six
months Irom the date ef this notice,
Dated this 2Sn day of April, 18U9.
GEOIIOB M. JIAWLEY,
t xt , Administrator.
John m. Wiluams,
Attorney for Kitate. nl5
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