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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1899)
C. J. HOWARD
Oregon us Spooml Class innlt mntlcr.
Subscription irlrc. Vl.ftO, In niliniK'f.
A1 iTlNInu rnlv itiiuli kiuiwn upon
Friday, August 4 1S99.
office of city recorder from the date
of incorporation, of Cottage Grove
until 1898, when he rcttred and
- EDITOR. I paid his daughter, Mrs. W. C.
. Sehlbrede, of Billings, Montana, an
Kntcrcti at the vnstoMco t cotimre Grove, extended visit, returning home,
' early in the present year. j B
Deceased served three years in 1 L?pkl t Cl I 0 11
I the Union army, he was a staunch AX"
republican, and his opinions in1
party council were always appre- t 61111inipr (rOOtlS !
ciated. He was an honored mem- HI OUlllIllCI HJUUUO .
bor of the Masonic lodge, and had
passed the royal arch degree. He I
leaves a wife, and two daughters,
I Mrs. W. C. Sehlbrede of Billings,
Upon another page of this issue Montana, and Mrs. C. H. Burk-
La dies' Crash Skirts.
Ladies' Shirt Waists.
of the Nugget will be found an
article from the Toledo Blade under
head of "National Prosperity." It
is worthy considerable attention by
those who scoff at the affairs of the
country under the present adminis-
holder ol this citv.
The funeral was held at 3 o'clock
p. 111. August 1, at the Masonic
hall, Dr. K. A. McAlisUr of Eu
gene, officiating. The body was
escorted to the hall by the Masonic
order of this place and visiting
members. After the service at the
irauon. it is possioie mat some hall the body WftS coducted to the
things have been done that ought , "silent city," wheie it was lowered
not to have been done, but it is into the grave under Masonic
gratifying to know that the country auspices.
isn't running to seed very badly, '
notwithstanding that we have an I
Lawns, and all kinds of Summer Goods sold LESS
THAN COST !
CITY I.MPROV.MUNTS pag.)
expensive war on our hands; and a teil)plate8 building another
lot of soreheads doing their utmost house this fall.
to crush out of sight the merits of Oeo. Hawley lias recently
republicanism, and who would de- a neat dwelling on Wall street and now
light in the ruination of the country
thev condescend to call their own.
Get your ribbon at Miss Heinrich.
Trimmed goods of every description at
red need prices at .Miss Meinour's.
For iiimlity mid cheapness in fresh
j meats go to the Central meat market.
dwelling1 jfotico Hemenway & Hurkholdor's
' ml. Shoos, shoes, shoes.
nnisueu a 1
, has another under construction.
' n n:n 1 ..1
; .ur. t mum if aiau erecting iwo
story house over in McFarland's
Figures are not as a rule very elo-' addition.
quent, but thev usually tell the 1 Dr. Schofield who built a portion of
A dispatch from
j on theground and will soon commence
Lieutenant ' "ie eructon f a neut dwelling.
Huston to the Guard, announces . . . . ,. , TT
' First xtreetsouth of Main, owned by U.
that Company C will come home in G valker, was also constructed this
a body. That's right. Let them come, spring expressly for M. C. Campbell's
Let each countv honor their bakery.
soldiers, not in a blazon Fourth of An attractive feature on Main street
, , . ' is the new barber shop
July way, but in a quiet apprecia-, r 0ttnm,
tiveandcorteous manner, that will the building and lot adjacent to Knox's
show at once our patriotism fur our hardware store, and has remodeled it;
country, our jov for those who
come home to us, our love and grief
for those just as brave, just as
worthy, just as patriotic, who do not
Ifynu want glasses fitted to your eyes
go to Davidson the Jeweler.
Fresh candies every day, made from
pure sugar at the Tailor shop
dimming & Sehr have just received
a large shipment of granit ware, tinware,
wood and willow ware. Call and get
prices at Cu.mmi.no it Sehh's.
You should trust your watch with n
llrst class Jeweler, Patronize Davidson.
We sell good goods at good prices for
our customers, Central Meat Market.
If you want to buy a watch, or jewelry
consult Davidson, who will save you
For twine and machine oils go to
Griffin k Vkatcii .
The most stylish hats at the most1
Are Now Open for Inspection!
We are Offering Some
Bargains in the Following;
Men's Heavy Shoes
$1.35 to S4.25.
$1-25 t 2 35.
Men's Fine Shoci
$1.50 to $3.75.
Socts to 3.00.
come. Let us show our lore with
a tear of sadness in our eves, for story brick on the corner of Fourth
Main streets. The building
into an attractive little building and , reasonable prices at Miss Heinrich.
inoved his barber effects, consisting of ! Xew crockt.ry ilml gH8wiire
two chairs, bath room, etc. 1 Cummi.no & Sehu'w.
The most substantial and ornamental 1 .... . .
..i-.. -. ,u ,lou uaKur t the grwerv tirm o
. . . ., . 1 Baker and Johnson will bt at the
construction of P. B. Sherwood s two;., . , . . , ... .,
.uiisicK mine every rnuay wiin tne
We have a Full Line of Ladies' Shirt Waists in all
We also have Outing Flannels, Shirting, D;ss Linings,
Shirt Waist Sets, Ladies' Ncckwa c, etc.
ISTew York .'Racket Store.
E. WALL & WHIPPLE.
those who stay.
Cast your eye over the list of new
improvements printed in another
column of this issue of the Nueget,
all made within the last eight
mouths, barring perhaps two,
which were commenced over a year
ago but not finished untilthis year,
and see if you have got nerve
enough to persuade your croaker
into croaking another croak in the
interest of Croaker Bryan and his
"When sorrows come, they come
not single spies,
But in battalions."
J. C. Stouffer after a painful illness
of several weeks passed beyond
earthly suffering into the specula
tive sea of eternity last Sunday
evening, July 30, 1899.
In the language of Dr. McAlister,
'he was a man." No eloquence of
words can do him greater honor,
nor impress more indelibly upon
the public mind his true worth,
than is portrayed by the one sen
teuce, "He was a man!" God's
masterpiece was man not physi
cally, merely, but morally. One
who loved truth, dispised false
hood; loved honor, hated wrong;
and allowed his conscience to be an
important factor in his dealings
with his fellows. If his con
science told him he was right he
was not afraid to stand out alone
and support his belief.
J..C. Stouffer was born in Wayne
county, Ohio, September 15, I839.
He was married to Lydia F.
Shirley, November 11, 1866,
in Carroll county, Missouri.
He afterwards removed to Louis -ana
and, in 1876 again removed to
Nevada. He came to Cottage'
Grove, Oregon, in 1878. Here he
soon became an important figure'
in municipal affairs, and held the1
feet, stone foundation and brick walls.
The lower floor will be finished in one
large store room, and shelved for Gar
inan& Newell of Brownsville, who will
arrive here upon the completion of the
building with a large and well selected
stock of general merchandise. The
upper story will be furnished in a spa
cious lodge room with ante rooms and
lockers, with several office rooms ' in
Miss Annie Heinrich the milliner
ing to build a cosy little cottage in the" , "" VB ol'"-
1 . .l- - .1 and seethem.
William Hawley of Loranc is prepar-
supply wagon for the benetlt of patrona.
It is estimated that the aggregate out
put of the BakerCity sold fields will be
not less than $4,000,000 in gold this y nr.
Ladies ready made dress skirtt just
Eakin A BnisTow.
Suits! Suitsf! Tailor made suits!!!
Up to date in everv respect, from $15 up.
Call and see samples
f i)Mcf arland Company-
COTTAGE GROVE - - - OREGON
AN UP-TO-DATE MARKET
Beef, Mutton, Pork, Veal Smoked Hams, Bacon, Ktc.
Call and See U McFurlaiul Co We ll'lfl Treat You llight
BENSON DRUG COMPANY!
H. l. C.
near future, the dimensions of which
could not be learned.
The B. L. Pickard residence now
in course of construction on West
Wall street, has a foundation 28x30, is
a 10 room house and has a fine base
ment, which will be floored and par
titioned into additional rooms for
summer convenience. One very
attractive feature about it is the large
porch extending in front and on one
D. II. Hemenway, who owns and
conducts a blacksmith shop on First
and Main streets has recently enlarged
his quarters and in the near future ex
pects to build a wagon shop in the rear.
Cy Miller the well known black
smith and general mechanic has com
pleted a residence and large shop two
doors north of the Eakin & Bristow
J. C. Long A Son the enterprising
mill and general merchandise men, are
now erecting a. new warehouse just
across the track from the depot, founda
tion 40x60 feet. This warehouse is
erected for the convenience of the miners
in Bohemia who are now shipping tons
upon tons of concentrates every week.
Otto Frederick8on has the lumber on
the ground for a story and it half house
in the south part, foundation 20x28 with
One of the handsomest residences in
town, completed this year is that of Mr.
Geo. Lea on Fourth street. Tho
foundation is 36 x50, and tho structure
is divided into, eight rooms, besides
hall, closets, bath room and pantry.
The smallest room in the house is
14x15 feet. Mr. Lea is one of the best
wood workmen in this Bection and in
building his house he has taken par
ticular pains to add every convenience
possible. One of the attractive features
about Mr. Leu's house, and "One which
has attracted considerable attention is
his fireplace, which ir provided with
ventilating and heating pipes, which
provide the rooms with fresh air and an
oven" temperature, tho remotest
coi ners of the room being at the same
temperature its at the liroplace.
"The Champion" thevbest mower 011
earth . For sale by Gbiftin & Vkatcii.
If you want the latest styles in hats
and millinery goods at lowest prices call
on Miss Annie Heinrich.
The Northern Pacific havo recently
established an agency in our city with
Mr. James Hemenway as agent. Cal
on or write him in regard to ticketH to
all Eastern points.
3 kinds of ice cream at M C C Bakery
Saturday and Sunday.
T. A. Lewis, hoot and shoo repair
shop. First class work, low prices.
Opposite Sherwood Hotel.
Cabinet photos at Boyd's gallery
$2.00 per dozen.
Farmers, buy your machine oil from
Eakin fc Buihtow.
Chittem bark and Oregon grapo. root
bought at Lurch'n
Bargains in lawns, organdies, ging
hams, etc.. for summer dresses at Eakin
Buy your shoe dressing-of Eakin &
Buihtow. They havo tho kind you
Special sale on ladies shirt waists for
the next two weeks. Will sell them at
greatly reduced figures. Will sell
many of them at first cost.
Eakin fc Bbibtow.
Sailors at cost at Mies Heinrich's, call
"Clover Leaf" binding twine, pure
Manila, and the best machine oils. Go
to Giuffin & Vkatcii.
Champion mowers, hay rakes and
Studebaker wagonB at Giuffin &
Parties wishing ice cream or ice for
Sunday, go to tho M. C. C. Bakery.
If you don't think times are better in
Cottage Grove, just look at the new
buildings going up, and note other Im
provements, and be convinced.
A Complete and Well Selected Line of the
Best Drugs in the Market
' Kept Constantly in Stock.
New Liieoi.'Tru,sses just in
Benton Orug Compny. Cottage Prove. Ore.
; James Hemenway:
Heal Estate and Mining Property.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance C mpanies.
Strict Attention paid to Collection 1
Office opjwsitc Sherwood Hotel.
A Few Thoughts"
Koch, of Germany, has proven' that microbes are the cause of
SSUWn' A" Griffi". of pa"S, has proven that Radnms' Mi
crobe Killer readily destroys microbes. Thus it cures Consumption.
nlTn af nly, te,lin& y" wl,at 0the think and have proven.
But don t we learn by reading what others think?
Send or call for pamphlet.
jfw" Trial Bottle free,
A. F. Howard, Ag't,
Cottage Grove, Oregon,
Residence with J. K. Barrett.
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