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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 18, 1899)
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in ip (or ilmir initio in Ito-
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ABBfeiiii'iit that ollirmir lor win live
ffgllllClltH Will IK! BIK)IIIHII1 on
ffj rej-ardluH ol political puim mm
lie KuiieuoCi mril uyn articlcH of in-
...iinn f tin CorvallU & Sou. hum
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ffilhelm, Jiiiik'" ht'l. t-. W . w nMi-
,rs,K. K. Jlakur, H. V. Ilyland, M.
,u F. M. WilkiiiM, A. I-, Woodcock
g. WiilliiL-i- ill the county clerk'n
x Tin1 mime of tlio company will
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mil ill duration tiiilimitw. It i
to build and ciii) it Unit-chiM
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jfrom ('.irvnllu to hiiirone. I'riuci-
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'.NlHiiilu Irecdoiir Jimt before
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Komi Orison to cxi'till. Tliuy luivi'
Ifformeil every duty with miiintiiliiiK'
Aml leave the I'hilipincH with the
that the nniiio of their rcjiiim-nt
tJtvl equal to iiny. Huveral Oregon
5"m have won for UictiirclvcH nml
ile tiraiM! Hint Ik highly iippre-
:'..if. AmkU from the lirilliant reconl
..'thecoloiii'l, the coiiiitiiinilin ollleeri.
v.1 rnrtu Iii.vi. iV.iiti.l tin. U'f.rl; llf
pt;o ili'fcrvinii of Hjiecial ni'intion."
rutiirnuil Tuimihiy fiom
. ,,,,V' tivur Aaron K,.!,.y
i'1"" '"(:....! r.,rk v.,i,.H.iy
' ".x l urri., of H,.,v river
"IIHIIICIIH III towi
Wiiii,,,.,. A K(lll nrM nt work hRll.
11 w Klmrwooil hloi'l!.
W. Whlu.-ll wuh (lolnt liimiimitH in
.. ToVVIilI mill HOIIllld llltHlllOHH
I .Inliii JoiifM oimi of otir Kucciml Orejri
! Volunteer,,, ,., ,jown fm) j,
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iiiiiri-uiiy 10 VIHIt H lW ilayH.
Hohort Cherry, 8. I. oM)rntor at Sn
lein, iMiiin down Thurwliiy fur n Hhorl
K. M. Vnrati entmi up Tticuliiy from
I'-iipfliii nml went into Hohemin WciIiiiih.
I. P. JniiiH traveling paHHenyer iigenl
ofthoS. p. Co. wan iloiiiK biinincaM in
town the llm of tho week.
W 0. JohiiHiin of Kugunn olio of tho
hravelmyH of Co C catiio up from Hu
uenn Mouilay to viniL friumlH.
lo have mini in OrcKon ilurinu' tho
month of AticiiMt !h unprecedented hut
nueli in the precent Mtntu of thocacc.
J. N . Itoyd and wife. Rev. M. 0.
l.rink mid family and MrH. ('. IT. Stmpp
returned Wednecday from Bohemia.
K. B. I'liilfips weiehed live men Tues
day who.! eouihiiipd weiuht fell but a
few ioundH hort of 1200.
Never in the hixtory of Cottage Orovo
and Bohemiu Iihh there been fiic.li
tliroiiK of Htraiiuera coming hero and
K'lini; into Bohemia.
.1. I. .lone and familv with thei
iiarty returned Tuefday from the
mountaiiiM. They report wet time in
Attorney Ciiltner and wife left
WcdncNlny for their home in I'ortland,
altera pleaHant Ml with friemlH and
relatlvcH here the pant month.
A im'iit many jiartit-H are now going
into Bohemia wIiohc nninen rannot he
necured . An Indication thur mlninj ex
mtIm are examining the dixtrict to their
It Im now given out by the jireBR that
granny OUh Ih to reiiiaiu in Hiipremc
eominiind at Manila. A returned Pol
d er when nuked how long the war
would hiHt in tho Philippine Haid
"juxt iih long aH Oi'ih remaitifl in com
mand." And thic Ih the accepted
opinion of ten public genernlly. Kx
Frank W'oodruir, ono of CotUige
rote'i, brave oldier hoyii came home
itanby bint. Frank wn ono of the
'Ji who received u wound. He en
itMattho becond call and wan in every
Si?ement of the Second Oregon. The
Jljrtiuit) ho wan nick wuh on tho trnnti-
rt goiiifr over when hu and Claude
"kins had tho muiiipH. In the ml-
mco the next day after tho buttle- of
l!alwn, while lying on a liillidile under
t Frank hvh ho got ono of bin hceln
iMdi nnd a rillipino pluggeil him
MiaMnimer; luckily no hones were
roken nnd hu got to tho rear nnd with
aid of a Salem Ixiv bandaged tho
NnJcn moinber. and nlthough it wuh
site tore ho refimcd to go to tho hoHpital
M rejoined liin company. By nccidont
win happened to 1hi near Henry
llsner when the latter wnn no norioiiHly
loamlcd nt Tnitai nnd thiiH dencril)e
Henry waa in Co B of Itoxehurg of
Mich he wna n member nt tho oneninc
Hostilities with Spain. In tho nur-
pe and mix up I became dotachel
roni my company nnd in front with tho
nn8 Hue. 1 Haw Henry just boforo
eaa shot nnd hiiw him throw up his
"mis nnd fall, I Wont immediately to
Uliiio and Haw lift u-iih linillu liiirt:hn
"rfit so to, and recognizing mo ho
"Frank, when you get homo toll
'"W Where VOll fnmul mn " T fnld Id in.
"hi I giiOHS vou nro not hurt that bad.
ou'll get all right. "I don't know." ho
l4J"i "I nm hurt bad." I thnn helned
Wt lilm to tho rear und n aurgoon ox-
lmed his wouud. Henry indeed him,
doctor how b.wl
en licsitntMi Vlllf T nmlitnil nir ttin1 tt
I 10 tell him. Tim mmmon tlion
fpoke to him saying, "Young ninti, you
Jimt ono chanco inn liundred."
"fl doctor" ho mivH. "If it h fiiHt tho
" I will take that chance." Well
fon. 1 lmB P"llwl "Im through nnd wo
,"IU0K lOrllitn Iminn ti. n four illivu.
It - iiviiiu 1 f lw l unf
railkaa Well nn Mm miwl nt tlm bnvH
CHdeinn tllB nnllnv ..i.ru..n.l fiv OMh
-p'ayH ho has enough of tho Philip-
P'nestodo him nml ni.oma in Milnt Minv
Le o white olephunt upon the haiida
Cv Miller wantH 100 tier of itove
wimkI. See him.
Howard Rowland, tho jovial city cdi
tor of tho Eugene Guard camo up Tuck
day on his way for a week h outing in
iiiliimia. TheNiiL'i'ct acknowledged a
pleamint call fromjhini while here.
Walter (Jriflln. tho genial manager of
tho Griffin Hardware Co., camo upTuei
dnv from Kimcne and will take Charley
Vnndcnhurg'a plnco while ho goes to tho
K. J. Hani of Colorado Spring, Colo.,
was n caller at tho Nugget offico Tues
dnv. Mr. Hard is a practical mining
nmort who is visiting tho Bohemia dm
trict for the second timo and has a good
opinion of what ho has seen.
Kditor Conkling of tho Grants Pass
Journal waa circulating in town
Mm Ural of tho week nnd this office
i ...ii,,. a nlnnmint call. He left
111 'Mil... ...(.v j--- f
W'.ilnemlay morning for tho Bohaiina
diHtrlctnnd wo hnvo no doubt it will
highly plcaso him.
WOOD FOR SALK.
....i.nron waL'on box load, drv
kindling wood for'-'Scts. atSnginaw
B. K. L. Co.
511 AlOil(, Votl.
Hon. W. K. Gray was doing businesH
in town Tuesday.
Win. Ilawluy camo ovor from l.orano
I'liesday and took tim local for Kiigenc.
.1. V. Cook and wlfo wero iinHScngorH
on Tuesday's local for Kugono.
John Alien of Mosby Creek gavo tho
Nuggol'ofllci! a cull Monday.
Dick While camo down from Bohemia
Mrs.J. Aiken left Friday hint for a
visit witli relatives at Toledo.
Mrs. J.W. Miller Is visiting friends
tills week at Albany.
Kd Underwood wnH in town Tuesday
to nee bis son Carey off to liugiino.
Hub Cooley went to Corvallis Satur
day on a visit.
.1. W, Hicks wuh in town Monday on
Sam Bennett returned Sunday morn
ing from Grants Pass where hn baa been
nt work somo months on the Observer.
Thomas .tSfiii have tho frame of O.
Frfderickson new residence up and are
getting tho shingles on.
An inch mid a half of ruin-full in Au
gust beats tho record for Western Ore
gon. But that's just what we received
P. B. Sherwood will soon have tho
roof on his new brick block.
Tho all days rain Sunday, his wo are
informed, considerably injured the
Miss Kinilv Moinzrr left this week for
Pnnlland, where she goes to purchase a
fall and winter stock of millinery.
W. P. Williams of Salem was visiting
fripnds in Cottnge Grove this week.
The Nnggft offico acknowledges a
pleasant call Mondav.
Cv Miller and family went to Mm
mountains blackberrving tho ln"t of Mm
week, but rotiirtifd Snturday. Cv sav
it is cool enokgh for tho present nt
WOOD FOR SALK.
Can not be surpassed for real worth
in CHOICE GROCERIES,
Granite ware, Tin
ware, Wood and
And the way they hold prices down
will prove beneficial to every
economical buyer. A large
shipmentof Syrups just recieved
Also New Pickles in bulk, kegs
Look up the
CUMMING & SEMR.
C. M. Hendkkkk,
E. J. Patterson,
J. A. Fkyek.
The Fashion Stables
G. M- Hederer & Qo. Prop.
A Proprietors of the Bohemia $
Bnvd gallery will bo cloned August
or two weeks.
Farmers, buy your niacluno oil from
Eakin ti BaisTow.
Chlttcm bark and Oregon firapo root
bought nt Lurch'H
Bargains in lawns, organdies, ging
ham, etc. for Bummer dresses at Lakik
Buv vour shoo droseing of Eakin &
HntsTow. Thoy have tho kind you
wnnt. , ,
a....ii Hnln on Indies shirt waists for
DKA... " wm mil them at
M. nnxttwo weeks.
r,.Mv reduced figures
WOOD FOR SALK.
A two-hori-o wagon box load, dry
kindling wood for 25cts. at Snguia
quick dellvery-Tle Weekly Oregonlnn.
A two-horse wagon box load, dry
kindling wood for 25cts. nt Saginaw.
B . Iv. L. Co.
Claude Hawkins one of our brave
Second Oregon Volunteers, who enlisted
in Co. C, was a pleasant caller at tho
Xiifget office last Saturday. Mr.
Hnwkins looks exceedingly well in
spite of tho hard service ho has passed
For twine and machine oils go to
Gmmx A Vkatcii .
Tho most stylish hats at the most
reasonable prices at Miss Heinricli.
N'cw crockery nnd glassware .at
Cummino it Skiik'h.
Joe Baker of tho grocery firm of
Baker and Johnson will bn at tho
Musick initio every Friday witli the
supply wagon for tho benetit of patrons.
It is estimated that the aggregato out
put of tho Baker City gold fields will he
not loss than $4,000,000 in gold this y nr.
Ladies ready made dress skirts just
Eakin & BmsTow.
Suits! Suits!! Tailor made suits! ! !
Up to date in every respect, from $15 up.
Call and sco samples.
Miss Annio Heinricli tho milliner
i.nu ehnieo lino in latest styles. Call
nnd see them.
"Tho Champion" tho best mower on
earth . For salo by Giukkin it Veatch.
If you want tho latest styles in hats
and millinery goods at lowest prices call
on Miss Annio Heinricli.
Tho Northern Pacific have recently
established nn agency in our city with
Mr. James Homenway ns ngent. Cal
on or writo hint in regard to tickots to
nil Eastern points.
,T kinds of ico cream nt M 0 C Bakery
Snturday and Sunday.
T. A. Lewis, boot and shoo repair
shot). First class work, low prices
Onposito Shorwood Hotol
Cabinet photos nt Boyd's gallery
$2.00 per dozen.
Sailors nt cost nt Miss Iloinricli's, call
"ClovorLonf" binding twino, pure
jmniln, nnd tho best machino oils
to GniFlflN it VlSATOH.
ri,n..,ninn mowers, hay rakes and
ii...inaiviutilni ico cream or ico for
Sunday, go to tho M. C. 0. Bakery.
If you don't think times nro bettor in
i...n.ii,i.a(nliiriin. nnd noto other nn
provcnionts, and bo convinced.
nt GltlFFIN it
Black Butte Stage Lines.
' First-Class Turnouts, Double or Single.
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
Keonomy la not
Keonomy la not
o now have n KUI.L I
STOCK of tho I
I anil .1
P Ilurkliuldur. I
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Successor to B. F. PHILLIPS,
F. B. PHILLirs
HEAVY and SHELF
Stoves and Tinware: Hardware
Sundries; Carpenters Tools; Gar
den Tosls, and Miner's supplies.
The Best Line of
Agriculture Implements in the
City, Including tne ueieoraieu
All kinds of Produce bought at
the highest market values.
Call and get acquainted with us.
We shall be pleased at all times to
quote you prices upon all lines
haudled by us, whether you buy or
Our stock is new, neat and clean
and having had years of experience
in business, we assure you the very
best goods the market affords, and
the lowest possible prices .
Remember the place: Phillips'
old stand, Cottage Grove Oregon.
Notlrols horcfoy bIvoii that tho undersigned
has been duly tirmolntod by tho County Court
of I.HI10 County, Oregon, administrator of tho
estato of James Q. Hunt, defeased. All ticrsong
having claims against said estato oro hereby
required to present tho saiuo to mo proricsly
vorlrled, as by law required, at WlUlwood, Oro.
within six months of tho dato hereof.
Dated this tho 30th day of Juno, 1839.
J, T. Hunt,
Administrator of tho estato of James Q. Hunt,
MCCORMICK BINDERS and
MOWERS, GARDEN CITY
PLOWS, Etc. Headquarters for
Plumbing, Tin and Sheet Iron
E. B. PHILLIPS.
Masons' fruit jura all sizes, Vacum
fruit jara all sizos, oxtra caps and rub
bers, jelly glasses and fruit fillers. All
nt tho lowest possible prices at Cummino
A full suit of summer underwear for
50 cents nt Eakin it BmsTow's.
Overalls, tho host you over saw, 60
cents n pairut Eakin it Biiistow'b.
Remomber Dr. i. L. Scoflnld, Dentist
when you want dental work done.