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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1900)
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1 the Christian Church lust
Sunday evening there wns held a
miiIoii meeting cl the vnrioitH de
nominations, under the auspices of
llieW-C. T, U,, to nittwicc the
cause of temperance and strengthen
the moral and spiritual atmosphere
of this god-loving (ind god-fearing
people, 'l'hc meeting was opened
with song-praise, which selections
were well rendered ly able
choirWs. A temperance recitation
j,v Miss Ruby Thomas wan wHl
received; th? young lady lias n
clear enunciation and is posse sed
of no menu ability ns nu elocu
tional, coupled with an easy grace
of manner nud delivery. Hcv. V.
J. llillingtoa delivered the ad
dress of the evening and scvetely
condemned the wide ami ever
growing traffic in alcohol. While
severely censuring those who dis
pense whisky and other vile condi
ments which lure the youth and
manhood of our fair land to the
deep degredation of besotted sin,
he made it very plain to the fol
lowers of Christ and the custodians
of the moral well be'iig, that they
were too often remiss in the exe
cution of their most solemn and
sncred duties in not seeing that the
law's mandates were strictly ad
hered to. He besought his hearers
to see that the saloons of this city
were at lea.t clostd upon the
Sabbath day ns the law requires.
Mr. Hillingtou was followed by
Kcv. McGce with a few apt
MMiteiiccs in full accord with the
previous speaker. Rev. M. O.
Drink also voiced his well known
sentiments condemnatory of the
traffic in whisky and the glorious
upbuilding of the temperance
cause The entertainment was
concluded by a song of praise, the
benediction and a cordial greeting
and handshake by one and all and
the large audience passed out into
The bright, warm days of sum
mer bring out to the best advant
age and in all their gorgeous plum
age the many lovely maids and
tuesdames that Cott.igc Grove is so
widely renowned for. Each day
when the .southbound train is due
the boulevard adowu the main
thoroughfare is thronged with the
elite of this delightful burg, wend
ing their triumphant way to the
depot to receive with proper de
cjrum and radiant smiles the
weary voyage: s from other climes,
and extend a thrice hearty welcome
to those who alight to tarry here.
Hut especially is this the case on
Sunday. The rapttious greetings,
the general distribution of kisses
and embraces indulged in by the
young lady chums, set the few old
fellow that hang about the out
skirts of the platform to meditating
on the fruits of bliss that are gone.
When the train pulls out the diess
parade refouns and joyously and
with visions of loving missives
from absent ones, march with
proud and expectant step to the
jwstoffice and form a group de re
sistance about its portals until the
distribution of mail is over, and
then it silently dissolves to peace
ful homes to await the coming of
On Sunday morning several fine
horses passed through town for
Eugene in charee of Tohu Stewart
ofthefirmof Stewart & Bangs of
that place. These horses were
bought in and around Drain and
are intended for government use ns
calvary horses for service in the
rhilippines and China. They
were fine animals for that purpose
nud it is understood that the
average price paid for each ' was
about $40. There secerns to be a
good demand- for good saddle
stock and the farmers can readily
turn all such surplus stork into
Dr. Hullinger this week has re
moved his dental parlors from the
Hotel Sherwood to his new office
rooms over Garman & Newland's
store. He is nicely located and has
1 ueat and attractive office,
Last Friday evening about v,:V,
o clock the calm serenity of tim
"'ghlaud the neighborhood of the
'"stunt-ant on West Main treel,
near the bridge, was fearfully and
frightfully agitated by a young
cylouc which struck the otherwise
'1'i'et premises. For about one!
minute Um air of that resort was
filled with pots, pas mi ,nHlle8
mid Hie rage of the man in charge
was devilish uud murder shot forth
fiom his lurid orbs. At thr. ii,.l,ri..
of tlw temper the author of the'
trouble made a rush for the rear!
door and picked tin nu tvbiM, I
stood handy by, but before he could
"ring it into piy u,e fm.iolls 11In
in charge was upon him and
clutched the ax also, and then iheie
was a wild struggle for its posses
sion. At this juncture friends gath
ered about and prevented further
hostility, while the belligerents
calmed their nerves and cooled their
blood by emitting volumes of the I
most comphte and select sort of'
choice liil'iiigsgale ever voiced in J
this locality, and more than enough 1
to put 1 Js'ew York slum-ranger to
blush. Just as the tempest died
down the night marshal put in an
appearance, and under his soothing
diction and influence quiet was soon
restored, and the denizens of that
section of town scon passed off into
dreamland. No arrests, but a
mighty close shave for those young
lfor some weeks the anxious
Irieuds of R. A. Sanders have been
solicitous of his general health,
as a general "breaking down" look
was plainly visible on "Hob's"
face, and inanj were the anxious
inquiries. His friends were not
quite sure whether he was threat
ened with a long spell of sickness
or whether he was contemplating
some criminal act. However, the
cause of "Hob's" nervous and
starlL-d condition was explained
last Saturday morning at 2 o'clock,
when a iopouud son came to bless
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sanders
The mother and son are doing
nicely, and while "Hob" is
slightly disfigured, he is still in the
ring and with careful nursing may
OUITK AN INDUSTRY.
Joseph Bennett and Sou who
last winter purchased quite a tract
of land near this city, have de
veloped an industry that promises
to grow apace. They put in a
wood sawing plant, consisting of
drag saw and engine and boiler,
this spring and are doing business
on a large scale. Mr. Bennett
statts that he will complete a con
tract for cutting and delivering to
the S. P. Co., 200 cords of wood at
$2.50 per cord, and aside from that
will have 400 cords, of which 300
cords have been contracted. He
expels to erect a wood yard in
this city and will endeavor to keep
a supply of seasoned wood on hand
for winter trade. The plant will
log and cut something like 20 cords
of wood per day.
A IIIKI) l'ANCIKK.
Mrs. I'et Sanfurd is indeed quite
a bird fancier. Aside from her
dressmaking duties she find's time
to raise and fondle many., canary
birds each year. This year old and
young, she has 30, and a prettier
flutter of yellow feathers would be
hard to find. Among them she
lias several choice singers. She is
very fond of them and can hardly
make up her mind to part with
them when buyers come.
The members of the family of
John Nokes are having a turn at
the measles. Last Sunday Mrs.
Nokes was seriously ill, but at last
accounts was much improvcdi
Contractor tieo, Lou itfnow busily en
gaged in eroding North Suvonth stieot,
and is doing tlio preliminary work
necessary boforo oinnioncing tlio erod
ing of Main street.
William Wright will soon bo in Cot
tage Grove with Ids great grinder imi
uldnu. H sharpens everything. See-hint
All About You.
Dr. Ilulllngor, Dentist.
lien Lurch visited KiigenoTuesdiiy .
.1. W, Cool; Is visiting at Um Mustek
Atlnini'y .Jciromo Knox visited Ku
Hon. (). Kiiowlos was In Cottage
It. . I. Jennings and H. V. Uolinu aiu
in from the mines.
Oscar CiiIIIhoii of Kugeno visited Cot
tage Uiovulnsl Huiidnv.
Mrs. Mia Bushmill of Kugeno visited
in this city tliis week.
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.... nowim nun u. r. Kiioxvverui
vUitore to Kugeno Tliurxday. !
C .7. Howard and family returned!
from tlio mountain this week. '
Attorney J. K. Young is in from 11
visit to Ids mining iiiiurosilH in llulioiiiiu.
31 m. Clint llramlnli'ttor of Kugone,
visited friends and relatives hero this
Mrs. Mary Yarnell of Mohawk is
vl-lting Iiei'sistpr Mrs. Underwood at
fudge David GoodscM eamo in from
tlio mines Tuesday and is 011 business
tieo. Monroe- and family of Kugeno
pnsH'd through hero im route to llos
Mr. and Mrs. .1. D. Fleleher left Mon
day for Medford where they expect to
niako their home. .
Mr. and 3Irs..Iolin Wiihjow of Ku
geno visited Mrs. Withrow's brother
Thos. Aubrey Sunday and Monday.
I. A. Imbuo, ex-emuily clerk of
Washington county, is visiting Ids
sister Mrs. J. A. llentou in tliiseity.
.loo Martin and .Tumi J. MoKibben,
who have lieen in Iho employ of the
Helena Comp.iuy for several months
past.eamu to town on Wednesday.
Al Chuichill is down from ids mining
claims on l-'airview. Allinsa felon on
Ids hand hem-u his smiling countenance
Mm. Fred Coggsweil departed for
Kliiiiiiitli Fulls Wednefcday where tiie
will engage in sohuol leacliing until
W. U. liowen, who was formeily em
ployed 011 lliin paper, and who lias heen
riiHticiitiug in Imh own interest in llo
liemia, is visiting here for a short time.
J. M. 3Ioorc, who lias been in the
employ of the Musick Compuny. as en
ginoeruf the mill, is in town for a
seaton of real, the mill liaviug tempo
rarily hiit down.
"Yesterday a clip of wool belonging to
Iloseo Knox, of ('rouk enmity, was sold
at lit cents. It was an exceptionally
uhoiee lot, long, ntaple andelean." The
Dalles T. M.
Win. Harris, superintendent of the
lilack iliille mine, who has heen 011 a
tour of inspection over the Ito
lieniia district, returned heie on Tues
day and went on Wednesday to the
U . S. .Martin and family accompanied !
by Miss liiz.io Knox left by private
conveyance Monday morning for Hot
well Springs, where they contemplate
sojourning for a couple of weeks.
Conductor Sam'l Vtateh accompanied
by his family are heie from Portland 011
a visit with Mr. YcatWi'H paients. Mr.
Veateli will probably sojourn heie and
in the mountains sumo two weeks.
Attorney Kby and his brother Frank,
the blacksmith, were suddenly called on
Saturday to Ilarrisbtirg to attend at the
I bedside of their mother, who is dangu -
ously 111. s
II. C. Marcus, who has been in tlio
employ of the Helena company for Homo
time, is in town getting in shape for a
season of work on the Kutopian group,
between Klephant and Adams moun
tain, In which ho is largely interested.
John Hicks and Maik Cowling, who
have been employed at tho IHack llutto
mine for eight, months past, are in town
and guests at tho Sherwood for a few
days to enjoy a well-earned and much
needed lest.'wlien they' will return to
F. Jordan, secretary of tho Adams
Mountain Jliuing Co., sold his half in
terest in the properly to U.S. Lovelace,
his partner, for !f!,000. This is one
of tho foremost properties in the (lis
trict, and its slock haft demanded much
attention on thu Portland exchange
Miss Annie Oglesby went to Moscow,
Idaho, Wednesday, wlioio she has a
temporary position as postal lelegnph
operator Mrs. HI I a llenham re
turned to her homo In Cottage Grove
Monday after spending a few weeks
with friends in this vicinity. Junction
Jliss Itoso Gross of Eugene lias been
on a visit hero for a few days with Miss
Knox, i'ho young lady being' a typo,
could not resist 11 cull at the Nugget
ollico.and dispense her sweetest smiles
with lavish abandonment. Miss Delia
Grdss. sister of Miss Itoso, also visited
Tlio business of blackbiiiithing is and
has been forsomotimo in a brisk way.
All tho shops in town nro overrun with
work and tho sound of tho anvil is beard
tho livelong day, whilo tho smiths nro
illling their pockets with shining ducats
against a less thrifty season.
Dr. fullingur, Dentist.
Clippings for sain at the Cottage
Grove Cigar Factory.
If you want wall paper or books don't
forget to get prices, of .1.1'. Curiin the
The lllg Four I'eler Scliutler, Mc
Cormiok, J. f. Case and I). M. Osborne
A Co. I'lilllips fi Davison are their
Suits!- Suits!! Tailor made suits! ! !
Dp to ditto In overy respect, from $15 up.
Call and see samples.
Dr.'A. J. Hullinger, Graduate Dentist.
AVhy pay traveling agents hiicIi big
prices lor sowing machines w lien yon
can buy tho best made for 1 1 ill f the
money at Phillips A Davisons.
For quality and cheapness in fresh
meats go to the Central meat market.
Fresh candies every day, made from
pure sugar at tlio Tailor shop.
Deforo you buy a wagon go and look
at tlio Peter Sehutler at Phillips and
kinds of plumbing and
go to Griffin & Vcatch
Ieo for sale at JleFarland's meat
Dr. A. J
. Hullinger, Dentist. Latest
nnn-breakablo plates Gold
Diidges. Permanently lo-
If you want to get every fly out of your
room buy one of thosu fly killers at
Phillip A Davisons.
Over (V.) odd patterns nPwnll paper to
choo.-o from and moUf on the way, at
.ictiKins & i.aweon s.
Next week from Wednesday toThurs
day noon, 110 louge1, Dr. Lowe, tlio well
known optician, will be in Cottage Cirove
tit thu Sherwood Hotel. lie sure and
seo him if you need glasses.
II you want good work remem
ber Davidson the Jeweler.
The Old Reliable Peter Sehutler
wagons at Phillips A Davisons.
J ho I.oolli-Kolly Lumber Lo. , are
oiiering a nice grade of flooring, rustic
and ceiling at $10.00 per M, which is
mostly in random and short lengths.
Intending purchasers would do well to
si-o them before placing their orders.
Dili you noticethoc bath tubs at Phil
ips A Davison. They are bsauties.
J. P. Curriu liax n choice lino of in
gram ami Ugureii wall paper, at prices
to suit thu trade.
For the purpose of cleaning nip their
vard, (lie iJootli-kollv Lumber Uo., arc
oiiering, for a short time, common
dimension lumber for $6.00 per M.
Itoots, shoes and harness made and
repaired at Lewis A Davidson's, 2 doors
west of Opera house. Please give us
A car load of Columbia Itiver cedar
shingles for sale by Jenkins A Lawson.
A good gentle mare to trade for hay
or wood. Inqtiiiuof D.utwi.v Itmsrow.
Ice cream at the Klite parlors.
Phillip will sell their black driving
team cheaper than you can buy wild
Uoyd's gallery is again open,
ready for business. Call and leave
The Crescent is tlio popular wheel at
a standard price, and no better wheel
at any price. Sold by F.akin A Hristow.
Hide nCrcsvent. They nro skv bigli.
ifiTi.OO and $:!5.00 at Kakin A Uristou .
See the fine display of millinery at the
pnrlois of Mrs. J. S. Medley.
If you want a good job of plumb
iug done go to Grrfiin & Veatch
Co. We sell good goods at good prices for
our customers, Central Meat Market.
For latest designs in spring milliuury
call on .Mrs. J. S. Medley.
Boys when you are going fishing
remember our line of flys are all
O. K. Griffin Vkatch Co.
John Stoneburg's barbershop and
baths. Also a lino lino of cigars, to
bacco, confections, etc. Try him
Fine line of tobaccos, cigars and
confectionery at the Klite, Baker
For watches, clocks and jewelry
patronize Davidson the Jeweler.
Hay to trade for wood. Imiuiru at
A sawmill in good ord'r and com
plete for sale., For full information see
.Mrs, Aulauf at tho Kudolpli place, near
Latham, or at this olllce.
AT THE GOLDI5N ttULU
Wo liud big bargains in drygoods, caps,
liats, underwear, ami all going at cost to
inako room for our largo stock of Slums.
Pins, Sua paper. Thread, 0 and 12
spools for Sou. Plaid dressgoods tit 'Oo
per yard. Slon's Sweaters at !!8o. Men's
Shirts nt '.'Ou and '-'Dc. A lot of JIatting
at cost. Call em ly and get your choice.
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E: AUI5 QUITK THU PROPKR THING THIS TIMIJOF
Z THE YHAR. g
ZZ We have a Magnificent
nur nrif("4 !irf lmvrr thtni
S where else, and wc irttarantce shoe satisfaction in
V every respect at
I MoneySaving Prices, g
ili We think wc know what the people want. iji
K ' smt tne Pl,bl'c taste ami purse nncl meet popular dc-
W maud is our business ambition. W
55: We will fit any foot or pocket-book and assure satUfac- -Sl
f lion, and then "the proof of the pudding is in the eating,"
2 OUR SIIOKS ARE GOING LIKE HOT CAKES.
S WE SUIT
If you want any thing in the Hardware line, come and look over
our goods and see bow the prices suit.
full line of
HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE,
Stoves, Tinware, Miners Supples, Mechanics Tools, Cutlery, Ammuni
tion, Washing: Machines, Churns, Etc., and a Full Line of Agricultural
The road improvement between
Currin's bridge and the Burnett
bridge ou the Bohemia road, in the
sum of some $1400, part county
and part subscription work, which
has been under the supervision of
Messrs Van Schoiaek and Geo. O.
Knowles, is now completed. The
work is of a substantial kind and
will be of material worth to the
freighters and stage line.
Bert McDole, who lives about
four miles south of town,, was in
town last Sunday and carried one
oftjic queerest freaks of nature in
the shape of a cane that one rarely
sees. It was vine maple and had
grown and twisted itself into a fac
simile of an immense coikscrew
Mr. McDole thinks of presenting
it to the Portland museum.
We will pay the highest price for
wool and mohair.
IlHMKNWAV & BURKIIOLUKR.
Durine the civil war. as well as
in our late war with Spain, diar
rheoa was one ot the most trouble
some diseases the army had to con
tend with. In many instances jt
became chronic and the old sol
diers still suffer from it. Mr. David
Taylor of Wind Ridge, Greene Co.,
Pa., is one of these. He uses
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and j
Diarrhoea Remedy and says lie j
never touuu any tiling ttiat wouiu
give him such quick relief. It is
for sale by Bknson Drug Co.,
Lyons & Appwsgatk, Drain
Successor to B. E. PHILLirS,
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 not.
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, Ore,
Stock of 1'INIJ SHOIiS, IS
lilri-rmnlitv selln for nnv T
WALL & WHIPPLE
We shall endeavor to cany n
Wo Curry a Full I.ino of
PAINTS, OILS, BRUSHES
WALL PAPER, GLASS
Sasli and Doors
Estimates Cheerfully given on
all classes of work.
Clcavclaml : Collage : Colors.? j
'Flip V.ctit TipnfTv.MK'Pfl Vniut- rn
Jenkins & Lawson.
PREVENTED A TRAGEDY.
Timely information given Mrs.
George Long, of New Straitsville,
Ohio, saved two lives. A fright
ful cough had long kept her awake
every night. She had tried many
remedies and doctors but steadily
grew worse until urged to try Dr.
King's New Discovery. One bottle
wholly cured her; and she writes,
this marvelous medicine also cured
Mr. Long of a severe attack of
Pneumonia. Such cures are posi
tive proof of its power to cure all
throat, chest and lung troubles.
Only 50c and $1.00. Guaranteed.
Trial bottles free at Benson Drug
Co., drtrg store.
If you will call at ourBtote wo will
givo you tlio names of L'5 farmers that
have bought McUormick Machines of us
in tlio last two years and you can see for jjj
yoursoit what they think of them. !
Piui.ues & Davison.
TiioCiridin & Voatcii Hardware Co.
have recently added a first class tin shop !
to their nlrendy well equipped house and
are now prepared to do all kinds of re
pairing. THOSE SHIRT
SZA FULL LINE tE TIIEI2
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g The Prices will please
jj you, and in point of fj
(1) Qualitv and Beauty (lS
i cannot be beaten. Jit
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