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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1899)
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Tij.fwmia-Wl! room nwiii
il '21". Thurxduy the enroll.
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p i i ilm i'I"1 01 ",,ni" Hm
",l eiirollii.unt of t li-um 250,
ki'-j, U(a year. Tlio teachers In
Virion" nlHi:' V" ,!",,,u M,,"- Bloi-k A Harlow
A (,r, . 'u fnr u harmonious lo in. I ,. T ,'.r.""t.'t' t"",i' lim ml-
j..lhen"""" . . i , M,,,m"B "Hi ntuv mm immw.ln j,i,.i
I"" ii mi lir fill iiiiv nun I,. ,. , " 'ir " " ' uiiiiin.
I . , ,m Towillnu' ' "'I ' inn! 1 1 1 . i i -'ir. nine it was
n',H"0 IcTt.lH t..,.,. many -f ' r'' l';i't l"
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n ,n thtir -oat long "com u.u w, - ...m.,w
i -.""iin.ll OlUl
Harlow Ilotid lo Mr. Park.
H. IMrk r,,rWoiitli,K tlio Kn8.
"Hi. U.,m.iy which JllH lllf. vflllvi,,H
PJW underbid ntunied Tuesday
night from a v Hit in n... ...i.... u,,.r
, v,,nn' HMIft
Doniifii ii.ir properly to
..,.i uiiiHiiino basis of that of the
Nt'MimiH ,roiip, ami tlmt they
come down I,, arriiiita' the deal.
The Stock iin.l Harlow property Ih
rn I i.j I .i.i . J
"imiiik me nest in tnu ntHtrict ninl
ill till) llllMiliiiui. l ...!
. iiiiKB company,
Will llU it) ll)-M'Mloi of a IIIHgllMeoIlt
property giving thfin 12 claims in all.
mlinlral.lv located on the hoiiiIi ami
went Hide of Fairviow inoiintain. rich in
tlllllx'r. ore iiml u'liiu.- tl, .,,
...... iiiu i it.1 f nrrt I y
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, in Hi'r
'''he attractive features of thin
( Lane county, trout fishing
f t up yonder. Umv """""'''
"l!.!t.Ju Huppllcl Willi bntlful
r , . of tlio splendid P!kleU
jfflltr' . i .. ......
rSE2ri ro.l-n.1 reel. The,
' uta trout run H Um way from.
luln .....i.... I.. I.mith. ami
Swurnlly lrKro1w" ,lM Uk"" !r,i,li"it-'.f a mini,, property. Tho
Sher ry M'"1"" "'K'r, ht!'r ! '" lrl..w property Iu.n a 5 ntamp
7 i tuenmirinic i"r"" tut . am n .nnui,i...i.i,. , f .i..
Vfli)iiiient work .
.Mr. 1 ark in rather contmrvativo in his
Mr. J. T'" rl-,r'"
e-niel'i " Hl,,u lttnl W,'uk
"iiui iiimiiH, oui no voiii'licaleil the re
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till lecture. "uveiopinunt work wouli, go
'" . .. .ir...i i( Ki.v. M. O. Oil lllln wililer u-illi tin. vlum ..I U. .......
flffltlUll III" I. ' . ni.un
I" " . . O : 1 1 li..rl 1 1 It M ll.'fll illL I'llll'tll' U'lillt f l.j. I.. I.I
I to deliver u lecturi) i "Kx-j produce next Mpnn to -nahlo an early
r"t'-1.. tin- I'lilllliplnc"," titiilt;r the iirranired plan of operating to the 1eHt
P( , t ..! Ijmiiiie. Chanlnlii "ilvaiitHi!e. He exnrcHHeH lilnielf well
aavxi . i.l, .1.1.. i,l,.k,..l ...1,1. .1... .1, l..
If.i-. tl.ii-.iL ii.ilt.it orator, highly
imedbyull who know him nn.t the
.MtUlkixiof man In H econd Ore
- Koone who Ii"-" a lovo for clear-
i.i .....l i.li.turi'H. con-
gtoWtory. viv... - . -
Witeof the lhllipplm.H Hittmtlot.
...-i tliroiiwh actual expeilence
MolJ fall to hear him.
ft.O. F. l-oihjoo! thiH city han
kodtil to bo homelcHH no Ioniser ami
Kordinislyln-tweek hmnsht the Com.
... i., ..In, Ilm" tllf! C'lllll-
riitore, rcNiilence, hull imd lot 1 of
kfrctlonal block, one-hull in I J-
L'ftrUuil addition w wiiwi:
i.lcateil with tin- ili.t'i.lmiiiii.Mt
carried on in hin abrcneo hy MesHrs.
t5raler llrof., ami Ziunker, and was
aurceahly tmrpritu'd ami pIcaHud at tho
rich ore the y had uncovered while ho
waN acroMS the watern.
I M White, who came to thin county
with hin p.treutri when a Htuall Iwy, died
at the home of IiIh brother two tulles
Miiiilh of thin citv Tneielav midil at 10
o'cliK'k. Mr. White had been a miffc'rer
with couHtiinpiioii fur 15 yearn and tlitr
iiik' hop plckiuc he contracted a i-evere
cold which t-ettlcd tixjn IiIm luugH
ri-iiliiiiL' in death, i lie liuieral uuh
Hi nrOUCrtV I Very llenirillll" un"""1"" i nir uunny innuu iiiurruiiy inui iiiiik
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ii kII m renldeiice property lav on
trcr itreet, mid the price paid in
T, The I O.D.l'. i'P"
fithe hall and lu-rcafter nmko meir
imt there .
II Wan Suit .Yew.
Mr.iin.l Mrx. I,. Morne of thif city are
iiitof a letter from the chaplain
(ftlieiai U. -S. Itilantry din fervtce
atlw I'lillinnineH that their hoii W'm.
!,wlio vi an a nienilwr f t' I '"'''I
lithinmll pox on the 17th of AiwiM.
Hjenlistwland went to the I'hilippineH
n March and when hewnn Ntricken he
iudoInuervice with hin regiment t
Cebti. Mr. and Mm. Morte have a
M of frietiilg who tender them heart
Perliaps two of the laosoHt HqimnheH
erer placed in the market of Cottage
(rove were hrouisht In hiHt Saturday.
Utfin dimming ASehrhad a motiHter
tflghinis pounilH, while MecHrH.
Hemenway A Hurkliolder were in
po6eiilon of one tipping tho beam at
5 pound!. It would take many iiuch
lo make a meal.
Itcrenne Their Stock.
dimming and Hehr have decided to
Increaso tlnIr ntn.L- mid enrrv drv iroodu
. -'"'- w '
" well uh a line lint) of groceriea and
CTOckcrV. Mrmm tiniH nird tlll'V lldlleil
'welhelected Htock of hoota und uIioch
nd now with their dry goodH dejiart
H'nt will bo able to aupply their
tutoinerti with a general outllt.
J. M. Sherwowl returned homo from
thrteweek'Ntrip to Washington, hiHt
Sunday. Mr, Shorwood brought homo
"h him tho little two-year-old
filter of li Ih brother G. 0. Slier wood
f WoUer, Idnho, whono mother Iiiih
Mt serioiiHly ill with tyjihoid fever
'ince the 15th of last May.
Felix Currin wuh in town thiH week
id shows somo flno HpiMdmeiiH of ore
'eccntly uncovered in IiIh Monarch
"'"e, east of the Noonday. It runfl
"tell in copper and In boiiio of tho aped
"MsgoldiH plainly visible.
J- 0. Order.
Postmantor Shorwood him orders' from
"e i cpai'tment to weigh all mull mutter
'0r tho next 115 days. This order Ih
general throughout the United StutcH.
10 ..Vl.K-k. Mr. White wan highly
reepected by thone who knew him and
huh a tducerc member of the Christian
church of thin citv.
At Kuticnc. Oct. 11, 18911, Mr. .1. R
Wiley of thin city and MIhn Pearl Conk
of Junction City, .litice Wintermier
olllciating. The bride is a daughter of
Inane Cook one of I.nno county's well
known ami repectod farnierH, and Mr.
Wiley in well known in this county and
city, and has maiiv friends who tender
him sincere congratulations. Mr and
Mrs Wiley will make their homo in this
city for the present, Mr Wiley being in
the employ of his brother-in-law Mr T
J. W. Arnold of Canton, Illinois was
in the city this week looking for a lo
cation to enter into tho cigar inanii
facti.ring business. Mr. Arnold is n
cigar maker of years of experience and
no doubt would build up a lirat class
JttilUiuent '.- Defendant.
In the circuit court for Lane county
now convened in the cases of Robert
Martin, II DTelH, Chas Heck, and J R
Janice vs The Noonday Mining Com
puny, judgment was given defendants,
Remeiiibor tho Hall-tho G. A. R.
Hall, on tho evening of tlio 20th at
On the 10th of December, 1807, Rev
S. A. Donuhoo, pastor M. K. church
South, I't. No mint, W. Va., c ntraeted
a severe cold which was attended from
the beginning by violent coughing. Ho
says: "After resorting ton number of
Ho-called ' spcc'illcs,' usually kept in tho
house, to no purpose, I purchased a
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
which acted like a cna.i... i
cheerfully recommend it to tho public.
For sale by Hkkbon Ukuo Co., Cottugo
Grove. Lvonh and Ai-w.kuatk, Drain
Furniture store is tho place to buy
your paints, oils, sewing machines,
carpets, blankets, pillows, mattresses,
wall paper, window shades and under
M.UITIN A ConiutAN.
A rousing good dance Oct. .20 at
' Martln'H lIall under the , n,,jplce- of Ord
attottuliMa, 1WG.A.R. everybody dance.
AH About you.
Green IMlchcr wuh In (own Thursday.
G. A. R. Hall Oct 20 Martin's
W. W. Mastorsoii wits in Portland
I. W. Petrio of Lorano was In the
Miss Gertrude Southwort went lo Eu
Miss Maud Rhodes of Saginaw wuh in
tho (Jrovo Tuesday.
Roy Meiiienway camo In from Ho
Lincoln Taylor and JJd JenkH are
down from Iloheinia.
Mr. and Mrs. Hert Nunn and child,
ren are visiting at Goshen.
Win. Landess and son Henry have
returned from I'ohemia.
Mr. Geo, Cummiiig has returned from
an extended visit to California.
James Jennings is down from the
camp and visited Portland.
Mrs. T. J. Markley and Mrs. W. II.
Medley visited ICugene Wednesday.
Wm. Harris of Jilack Rutto was
registered at the Sherwood Wednesday.
Mrs. D. Uristow and daughters, Greta
and Kvelyn, visited Hugene Saturday.
J. II. Teeters of Star I' O was a
caller at the Nugget ollice Monday.
Mr. G. Medows was in this city Mon
day returning to tho mines Tuesday.
How's your sole? If it is in need of
llxin' take it to Nokcs. opposite Racket
Nokea tho shoo repairer opposite
Itaekct store. Good work and cheap
Rev. J, C. Richardson is visiting his
grand daughter Mrs. Stone in this city
Mr. and Mrs Dan Heck are holdim:
lown their ranch on Cedar Creek for a
James Hemenway took advantage of
excursion rates aim did business in
Portland this week.
Mrfc. V. Newcoinb is visiting rela
tives near Portland us well us attending
the Portland exposition.
W. P. Kly and H. Holbrook of Kelso,
Washington, mining men, interested in
Bohemia are in the city:
Mrs. Win. Cutbirth retuaied home
Friday night from an extended visit
with relatives in California.
Miss Kerr of Yoncolhi who has been
visiting friends at Loiiuie returned to
her home Monday.
Geo. Anderson who has been quite
sick at his rooms at the Cottaee Grove
Hotel is now somewhat improved.
Take your shoe repairing to J. W.
Nokes opposite Racket store. Ho will
give you satisfaction at moderate prices.
A letter received at this ollice an
nounces the arrival of Dr. Suopp at
Cincinnati, Ohio, and his entry at the
Electric Medical school .
Mayor Darwin Hristow and Council
man Hen Lurch, were passengers on
Tuesday morning's overland to Portland
to attend the Grand Lodge K of I
Among those who went to Eugene to
attend court Monday were Messrs: Chas
Heck, H. D. Telit, Jack James, Robt.
Martin, G. G. Warner, I). B. Murray.
Theodore Jennings, assayer and hook
keeper at tho Musick camo down Satur
day night and is now taking in the ex
position at Portland.
Jus. Low the well known cooper of
Croswell was in tho city Monday. Mr.
Low is contemplating moving his cooper
works up hero in tho spring.
Mr. Garinan of the firm of Garmnn
and Newland has removed his family
here from Brownsville and now occupies
tho O. H. Jones residence on Wall
Jack Waleh formerly blacksmith at
the Noonday mine was in the city
Saturday and Sunday, leaving for Black
Hutto mines Monday to occupy a
Dr. Lowe tho well known graduato
ocula-optician has located permanently
in Eugene. When you want glasses
have him test your oyes in tho jowelry
store of Joo Lucky.
Ho was there I Chaplain Gilbort was
there all through it; and ho will tell
you all about his oxporiencos in tho
Philippines with his Oregon regiment
next Wednesday evening Oct., 18.
Among those going to Portland to at
tend the exposition this week were Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs.
Cal Wallace, Mrs. Mary llawloy, Mrs.
O. II. Burkholder, Messrs. Frank and
Warren MoFiuland, Fred Jones, Perry
Long, Misses. Lulu Orrell and Sinn
-)Cumming & Sehr.-
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
shipment of Syrups just recieved
Also New Pickles in bulk, kegs
.Look up the
CUWINC & SEHR-
C. M. HliNDEKEK,
K. J. Patterson,
J. A. Fryer.
The Fashion S ables.
G. M- Heijderer & Go. Prop.
roprietors of the Bohemia g;
Black Butte Stage Lines.
' ' First-Class Turnouts, Double or Single.
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
Are now Well Stocked with WIN
TER GOODS. Quality,
the very best and
prices that will
UP-TO-DATE line in UN
DERWEAR. All Grades and
Call and See Us."
linniiNWAY & BURKHOLDER,
Successor to B. F. PHILUPS,-
Mr. and Mis. J. H. Sharp have re
turned from a weeks visit at Irving.
Miss Bertha Tait of Walker was a
caller at tho Nugget oflleo Thursday.
Miss Nina Ostrandor has succeeded
Miss Orrell as telephone operator, this
Mrs. J". P. Currin, Mrs. J. S. Benson
and Mrs. II. Eakin visited Ltigeno
Mr. O. W. Willard has moved his
family into his new residence in the
MeFarland addition .
Adaneo was given upon tho com
pletion of the new boarding house at
Uohemia this week.
Miss Bessie Johnson returned to her
homo at Lorane, Sunday, after spending
a fow days in tlio Grovo with ft lends.
Tho 14th Annual Convention of tho
Oregon State Sunday School Association
will ho held at Albany Oct. 20-L8, 1899.
Marshall Miller assisted by Frank
Heiidorson is doing somo substantial
cross walk building on Main streot this
Wm. Now a laboror was killed wliilo
at work on a sewer in Eugene, Monday,
tho wall caving in upon him. Ueforo ho
could bo dug out ho died, lie was
buried up to his neck. '
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
handled 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.
W E Bowen a newspaper man and
printer of long experience was a visitor
at tho Nugget-office last Thursday. Mr
Bowen is contemplating occupying a
position on the liroad-Axo for a few
Wo want wood on subscription.
That means wo want it now, not after
tho rainy season sets in. Uring it ih.
Having disposed of my hardwaro
business, I horeby request all who know
thomselvea to bo indebted to mo to make
settlamcn t at once and avoid unneces
S. It. Pi-rat.