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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1900)
Undo Vos Vcutcli dropped In Nmv
yearn iiHjnilMK "II Hnillm, unit after
vrlnlilnK 1110 N'W1 "" H(Ml4 "f I""""
pcrity. f"r tn" Nmv Y"ur h!hhI cut
Lous pretty apples as von will ever
tee, ' t,H! W',0 "'I""""'' i' Porter va
riety, w11'0'1 l,il:lt!,, n,""K 'tli
(ovcrnl others from n young tied in his
orchard. Mr. Vouteh staled that they
w on tho under branches mid worn
L,tcti!l from H'" ,,lr,'H which play
linvoc with fruit l tho 'all. I In hail
noticed tlio fruit homo time uv.it ami
laid tin-ineinburH o( IiIh family that If
tho binlH iliil not flml thein ho would
pick thom Now Years moriilitK, which
jiodlu. 'J''1 'r11'1 'M ,''!'u''"1"' flavor.
,ml tho only regret Undo Vch Iiiih 1h
that ttiiro wuro not moroof them. He
,1,0 had tho pleasure of plucking a
number of hj iihbIiuh from IiIh garden tho
A couplo of street toughs one nnnr d
Evlns, were thrown into tho cooler by
Mnmhal M flier Now Youth night, and
j,cy had a "hot time" right away. One
wHtoodrunk to sit up. and tho other
j;vini wns too devil IhIi to keep mill, ho
while tho oihi puked and slumbered,
tlieotlicr coul oiled tho Htoro, wow I and
floor, Bt Urn to it and then coin inclined
(jntantie war dnnco nnd to kick l'ic
itovcMown . Tho IIiiiiirm from the
burning oil in the stove nnd iiMheM at
tracted quita a number and it looked at
' one time an though the building would
catch, nn I it l a wonder tiiat it did not.
Marshal Millor wan hood nolilled and lie
ctrau down and locked them up safe
Recorder Medloy had (jultc a run of
bmineiH thin week, Tiicsdny morning,
Rnbt. Ilenham wan up on tho charge of
bfiajcdruuk and disorderly nnd fined
2.M nnd costs. "Muck" Evins was
irMigned for disorderly cin'liit. Judge
Medley mndu it cost him a fine of J.r0
andcostd. Ho wnH also arraigned for
for bolntrouH, abusive nnd profane
langnagi', nnii received n sentence of
Jlj darn in Jail, Mcntuncu suspended
diirinj goo I behavior
Arrhio Kicohas started nn enterprise
for Cottage Grove that should le
heartily ondo-sed liv tho citizens. It linn
bcon for years n ilillicult Uisk'to get
milk enough to supply demands. Mr.'
Rice Han made arrangements to supply
the ImiR felt want nnd last Monday put
i milk wagon on the streets and in pre-pare-1
to furnish the bent of milk from
ih Cochran farm near town. 8ureeHri
V) the enterprise.
The officers elect of the M K Sunday
Wiool forthe ensuing year nre an fol
low: Supt, J. I. Jones; Assistant
Stint. J. 8. Benson; Sec. Nettie Bur-
iick ; Treaa ., J.I). Lewis; Librarian,
Xry Currin; Organist, Cleo Lewis;
Viiatunt Organist nnd Chorister, Mrs.
Ella Ilenham. Tha several teachers are
nt worthv nnd there will be but little
hiingo from last year.
Tho Fashion Stables,; owned by C. M.
ftmlurer A Co. lias again changed
finds. This time to Duncan Scott of
pgeno, Mr. Kcott taking charge Tuch-
ir. Tho new propriutoris a thoroughly
Mo-date livory man and will cater to
to public wnnts in the livery line in a
jr acceptable manner.
hO. T. M. Banquet.
ilboK. 0. T. M. Lodge of this city
Wl a banquet at their ball last Thnrs-
PV night, after tho regular lodge
hnio'n. A splendid "Hiippor wus served
la moat enjoyable ttmo was had.
h Nugget man had an invitation to
present and just did escape founder-
ti himself and that was nil.
'o(l Up For the Sea non.
iwut) itros. havo closed tin their
Ncualo fruit and vcifotnble atoro in
p Hemenway building forlliis winter.
I'ura. Cobb are highly pleased with
fir IniBinosa trnnsaclfd hero this
"on, nnd oxntess thoiusolveH that
PtauoGrovo is the best town of its
mm Hurry fntlior of Nellio and Goo.
Fy of this city, was seriously hurt in
runaway nccidont near Genoa. Novnda
I"lwoek. It is not doilnitolv known
l! badly ho is hurt but from lottors
Wed by his son George it is thought
I'condition is (luitoHorlous.
I'O. Hounn wiih iirrnsteil Monday
p for planting Ids fist into tho faco
"loi'.vina wlio called Mr. Rousovilo
i. Ho wnH broiiirht huforo Saiiiro
pmTueiday luorntng and fined $5
owest peimlty prescribed. Mr.
pj paid tho flno nnd somo of his
I "8 made up a colleutioi) aijd gavo
1' itiHiint hitnrr.,
Monday night a very pleasant dance
Wi" given at. the McCoy home in West
Cottage Grove, n lingo number being
piecciit. tiood muHie and u dollghtful
tinni wns had by all presont.
A Mr. Ilriggs a laundry man was In
1'ieeiiy this week looking foi a location
to Hart a steam laundry. While no
ddllnite nrraiigements havens yet been
mado, it Is quite probable tiiat one will
be mailed before many weeks.
MeHHrs. Hard and Uoyd have been
busy for some time drafting an up-to-date
map of Hohenila. It is now com
pleted and will foon b" turned over to
the lithogiaplier, Such enterprise is
lo In: commended.
The Saginaw republicans organized a
Republican Club in that town on tho
evening of Janunry 2. with ft good
membership. That's right gentlemen
gt in nnd work.
To Mr nnd Mrs Ourrin Cooley this
city, bright anil early on tho morning of
.Ian. I 1000, a daughter.
AH tAl)ojt you.
MA UIU EI).
At the resilience of the bride's mother
in thin city, Mr. T. M. Unfit, of Cot
tage Orovo, and Mies Cliarlottie Wliito
were united in marriage by Hov . Mor
ton!.. Hone, Monday morning, .Inn. 1,
M0. The young couple left for Port
land on tho 1:0(1 train. The many
friends of the contracting parties tender
c ingratulatious in which tlio Guard
juiuH.Eiigene Guard. Tho young
couple are among tbu most popular nnd
be-tl known p pie of this vicinity,
Miss Wh'to having taught a very suc
cessful term of school in the Cottage
Grove echo N, nnd Mr. Hunt having
grown to manhood here. Their friends
are Ifgion, and congratulations will fall
thick ami fast upon them when they
return from their wedding trip.
Mrs. 0. II . Cottlo
Cu mining & Sehr.(f
was up from Kiigeno I
visits Jta.rtu nut surDasscu ror rea worth
It has been dernonetrated repeatedly
in every state in the Union and in many
foreign countries that Ciiamberlnins's
Cough Remedy ia a certain preventive
and euro for croup. It has becomo the
universal remedy for that disease. M.
V. Fisher of Liberty, W. Va., only re
pents what lias been said around tlic
iflobe when lie writes: "I have used
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in my
family for several years and always with
p -rfect nnee,e. Wo believe that it is not
only the best cough remedy, but that it
is a sure cure for croup. It has saved
the lives of our children a number of
times." This remedy is for salo by
Hknhos Dkuo Co, CVe Grove, Drug
gists. Lyons V Ji-lkoatk, w atn,
I .urn in lit the nforJo who BiifTcr
from rheumatism and sciatic know that
ci i.orinin'u Pniii Hiilin relieved me
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after a number of other medicines and
a doctor had failed. It is tho best lini
ment I have over known of. J. A.
Doikikn, Alphau.tjit Ga. Thousands
III! ix.en cured of rheumatism by this
teniedy. One application relieves tho
pain. For salo by Bk.nhon Duuo Co.,
Cottage Grove, Druggists. Lyons &
Ai'I'I.koatk, Drain. Druggists.
FOR A PRETTY HAND
Here is something that she willliko,
and she may be led to like tlio donor,'
select u ring. Davidso the.Toweler.
Special rates during holidays at
Royds Photograph Gallery .
If you are looking font present thnt
will bo useful as well as ornamental go
to Phillips and Jones Hardware.
You can get as good stamp photos at
Boyds as anv place in Lane Co., 21 for
If you want wall papor or books don't
forget to got prices of J. P. Ourrin tho
J.P. Currin has a choico lino of in
grain and llgured wall paper, at prices
to suit tho trado.
Smoked Halibut, tho best you over
biiw just in and going like hot cakes, at
dimming & Selir.
Hew! beautiful, stylish dress goods in
patterns, trimming silks. Ilomenwuy &
No matter what you want wo havo it
Now sweaters for men .and-boys, both
wool awl cotton. Ilpmenwny & Burk-holtler.
Attorney .J. H. Young visited 13 gonu
Miss Hnnios loft Sunday for her homo
Eli Hangs of Eugene was n visitor
Mr. and Mrs. Porry Long returned
Monday from Eugene.
Mrs. Sarah Pitcher returned from a
ihort visit nt North Yamhill.
Attorney A. C. Woodcock wns in Cot
tage Grove Saturday on business.
Sam Veatch nnd wife and' Miss Ollio
Wilhird returned to Portland Tuesday.
Henry Stewart of Comstock made his
friends of this city a visit Wednesday.
I. A. Aruiitege of Springfield did
business in Cottage Grove last Satur
day. Council met last Monday night and
the usual annual business was trans
Prosecuting Attorney L. T. Harris
was up onjiroicssional business Mon
day. Horace Mann is visiting points in
California with a view of looking up a
F. L Chambers and Win. Preston
paid friends in Cottage Grove a visit
Saturday ami Sunday.
Rosen ICnox. of Prineville, well known
here is visiting his brother and slinking
hands with old friends.
MiBS Vera Ellett and Willie Thomp
son returned the first of the week from a
week's visit at Eugene.
Misses Ollie Churchill and Carrie
Rertou of Springfield attended the Mask
Ball Friday night.
Mrs. Frank Goodman after a few days
days visit with her husband in this city
returned to Eugene Monday.
W. L. Chapman, who is interested in
mines in Bohemia made the Nugget
office a pleasant call Monday.
Mrs. Frank Alley and two children
from Hohcburg are in tho Grove visit
ing her parents Mr. and Mrs W Churchill
Mrs. Garnian of Aberdeen, Wash.,
who lias been viBiting relatives in the
Grove was a passenger north Wednes
Miss Laura Jones who has. been ill at
the home of her brother J. I. Jons Yr.
this city, was sufficiently recovered
last Monday to make a business trip to
Jerome Knox of Lakeview, Oregon,
brother of O. F. Knox of this city ar
rived Wednesday and is taking tho
benefit of a change of climate after a
long spell of sickness.
Warren McFarland, Henry Medley,
Georgo Berry, Vance Allison, Walt
Cochran and several others left Sunday
for Portland to work on the tie train re
turning with the train Wednesday.
Quite a number of Drain people at
tended the Mask Ball Friday night
among them were Mrs. Bassett, Misses
Maud nnd Veva Basnett and Babe
Roberts. Messrs. C. Gardner, B. Ro
nald, Al Perkins and Leslio Miller.
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
Two good men to sell the Arcade
Riveting Machine in this county. Tho
host of terms given. Apply at this
ollico or at G. W. Barney's West Main
St., opposite Racket Store.
I will still keep a good lino of pure
candy such as chocolate creams and
caramels at my storo, also tit Cobbs
fruit storo pleaso remember tho place
and give us a call.
Look up the . rjK
p satisfaction store,;.
CIW4ING & SEHR. T n
C. M. Hkndekkr, E.J.Patterson, J. A. FryerJi.' ' , . '
The Fashion Stablest :k
G. M- Hederer & Go. Prop. J'
i-JIiSiLT" ' Proprietors of the Bohemia ft M
4$w& - and wm
?:??tr 1 Black Buue Stage L5nes' f WSM
&MCm Reas nadle Prices : WM
First-Class Turnouts, Doutlc or Single.. . . : . . ... WE
Cottage Grove, Oregon.' ' jK
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The cake walk of the Nashville
students who appear here Jan. 5 is
said to be the best ever presented
on this coast.
I will sell all Japaneso goods at
greatly reduced prices until Fob. 1st.
Call and sco them.
Yon remember the wonderful
Lion Bass, whose voice is like the
sound of a monster church bell? He
will appear with the Nashville Stu
dents, at their concert at Martin's
Hall The celebrated soprano
known as the "Colored Mocking
Bird" will appear with the Nash
ville Students in their concert.
T.A. Lewis, boot and shoe repair
shop. First class work, low prices.
Opposite Hhorwood Hotel.
M mincer Martin, of the
storo, informs us imu "y,
crrent run 011 Chamberl,$M
B.mn,l. Ho soils flvo bottles of that
medicine to one of any other kind, and
it gives great satisfaction, In these
days of la grippo thoro is nothing liko
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to stop
thceough,lielup tho soro throat and
lungs and give relief within a very short
time. The sales aro growing, and all
who try it aro pleased with its prompt
nction.-Soutli Chicago Daily Calumet.
For sale by Bknson Drug Co., Cottage
Grove, Druggists. Lyons & Apm.aath,
Something nowin ladies hoso.
Homonway & Burkholder.
Wool, cotton and fleece lined under
wear,' single and combination for
ladies, Homonway & Btiikholder.
Eakin & Brlstow aro agents for tho
Genuine Oliver Chilled and Steel
Plows and extras.
Boys, have you seen . those flno. shot
guns at Griffin & Vuatoh Co.
Don't forget tlio Special Mining
Edition of Bohemia Nugget.
in business, we assure you the
best goods the market affords, ant
the lowest possible prices.
Remember the -place: Phillips'
old stand, Cottage Grove Oregon.
HOLLKNBECK BROS. . AND
Headqua.rters.Jbr . Mining '
Every want attended to. '- 9
Eugene, ------ Oregon.
Mrs. Pet Sanforcl'S',
Mnln Street, - - Cottage Grove, Or.
l' to hi m,