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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1900)
Vhe prosperous Bualneas Men
0 Cottasre Grove Advertise in
Bring Your Job Work to the
Nugget Job Office.
J. E. YOUNG
Odl'o ) Miiln utreol, Wft fllilo -
Cottaok Guovk, Okk.
J, C, JOHNSON ami P. (!, HIIV
$ttorncis aid Counxclon-ol-hiw
ei mill Mor'jmttl Iaw,
oill.-o I" M I'. 0. t.tllMln.
COTTAGU GROVE, ORE.
J. S. MEDLEY
AUoviicy-al-Ldw o o o
tillloe on Mulii uttcet :
CoTTAGK GllOVH, Oltlt.
Prompt nltotitl'in iUl '.WmIji
(VfTAOit Gkovk, Oku.
L. L. STEVENS
Mt()riu'ij-l-L('u o o
lill attention Klven to Mining llnrincM
hiiI f 'olhpilimn.
Ilr.f Mflt Vf. TIIMI'oH CIIAK, A. IIAHHV.
THOMPSON & HARDY
Httonicy.Kiid Counschra-at Law
hjr-il ntionll'in nlvwt to the lw of Hint.
L. T. HARRIS
dthrncU aid Counsclor-at-Laic
Ffci-ttl Bttoiitlnitjelvenj tlrtjjw."' Mlnof.
l'irnt National Itiink Building.
R-ii.le liy inni: rorelvo prompt utlcnllnn.
FRANK P. WHITE,
cciiT.MiK oitovn. tllll!.
nricowlih Jmiioi lluinenwy, Xulimt.
OtO, W. 1.I.HYI1,
T. W. MIVILI-
Lloyd & Ncvill
f .H. in: L'TY MINKKAL 8UUVBYOI18
ltooms KI3-&0 Chamber of Comniorro
j,c y''ii"xtiiy 837 I'OKTWNI), OKU.
Mrs. Kathcrlno Selilccf, M. D.
Diseases of Women anil Children
COTTAOK GKOVK, OKK.
D. J. GOVER
Prospector aid .Vine Locator.
For Information on Bohemia
Mining District write me.
Bliei-lul Attention Mvon to Corrwpomloneo
OKO. O. KNDWI.KR. ClUIIl.BH OKTTVH.
Olllce Bt Mustek Jllne nml Elephant Mountain.
MRS. PET SANFORD'S
For FasMonahle Dressmaking.
.MAIN 8TIH5BT N
CoTTAGK GROVE, OrK. , , ,
EAKIN & BIUSTOW
Transact a Oonornl llimklnn nuino?s
lu All Its UraueheH.
Cottage Gkovk, Ore.
J. W. BENTLY,
The practical Boot and Shoe maker,
located in the Case building, two
doors east of the' Postofflce.
Repairing neatly and quickly done
and satisfaction guaranteed. Call
JJevolccl to 11,. Mining Iumbcriif and Farming Lucres of this
( What t
When women sue a stylish, handsome jacket, you
often hear them say: " Oh dear, I wih I had one
like that, but I m sure it costs so much."
Wo liniitllc Snrnimc Glove Compnnv'H
0(hIh. Tlii'.v lire coiiHiduictl the
bout glove in tlie uuirket.
Gwxl Yt How Oil Slock with patented
Htring fuwteiiur 60 anil 70u.
Our Siwim Troof line nro n coft, plin
hlo glove, an well tin durable;
Hindu with pHtcnteil i-trin fnst
unur 8ui-, f 1 mid 1 5.
Unliii(d Kit, poft llnifli, nuiking a
vory iiieu driving glove. .$1 '-'5.
SariimiR Buck, light weight, fine
Mock, no band, upon liauk, Porter
fiiFtuiUT, ut'llpl,u'n. linen thread
ciift mid pliublc; undoubtedly
the best glove lu thuiuaikel ...
Unlint'd Chopper Mils, oil grain calf
ykiu O'Ju and tl.
Lined Kit (ilovos, ihiu stock fl.
H. C. MADSEN,
J!lMlrliiK nt rcHioniiblc charges.
All work gimmntcod llr.it.elM.
Wuttliot.CIockBiincI JcHolryiit lowest Trices
CO'lTAGE GUOVH, OKK.
ELITE o Shaving o Parlor
Cottagi: Gkovk, Oke.
GEO. E. GRIFFITH, Prop. '
AI.K WAI.Ki:, Mftnngcr.
DHAWUt IN KINK
WINES, LIQUORS. CIGARS.
Main street, Online" lrv. Pro.
B. L. PICKARD & SON
Tor IIOUBH l'AINTINO, PAlT.It JIANOINO,
SKIN WOUK.CAltUIAaU l'AlNTINP.
COTTAGE GUOVH, ORE.
I AM IT! "Cop
Flrst-cliiaa Watch, Clock and Jewelry
Repairing . Hani and Soft Soldering.
Wo will soil you anything in our
lino at lowest living prices.
' W. L. COri'EUtfOLL,, Mgr.
W. H. ROBINSON
Office and residence on River street
.near Wall, Cottage Grove, Ore.
J. A. COBB '
Dealer in Groceries, Fruits. Qgars
Give us a call and we will treat
Corner of Mniu and Second sts,
Now HVthc surest thing in the world
they're not familiar with the
They're absolutely correct for style
none made any more perfect as to
tlmt, and the price is within reach
of any woman's pocket-book.
My! if every one could see them, how. easy
it would be to settle the question of
WHAT SHALII WEAR?
Eakin & Bristow,
COTTAGU GROVE, ORE.
Cotton Swullern, good (pndity, in
maroon nml assorted ftriped
colora '. . . . 50c.
All-Wool, light weight, nesorted eol
( ored striped $1 'Jo.
Cotton, good quality, color ma
roon ' 50c.
Mixed Cotton and Wool, medium
'heavy, maroon 80c.
A 1 1-Woof, good quality, medium
nenvy, niaroon...' $1 10.
Same uh above, only liner wool, as
sorted solid colors $1 03.
All-Wool; very fine quality, in as
forted colored Ptripes. . .".$2 L'3.
Willie, medium heavy ?1T)0.
MAN & NEWLAND ...
HOLLENBECK BROS, k BltlSTOW.
Headquarters for MINING MEN.
r.viiuv want Arrn.s'Dr.D to.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Kosoburg, Oregon,
September 7, 1000.
Notico is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his
intention to make linal proof in sup
port, of bis claim, and that said proof
will be mado before Joel Wnro, U. S.
Commissioner, at Eugene, Oregon, on
November 23, 1000, viz: Samuel E.
Phillips on II. E. INo. 7-107 for the Lot 3,
NW1-4SW 1-4, Sec. 23, T. 10 S., It. a
Ho names tho following witnesses to
provo his continuous residenco upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
Charles Colcord, G. W. Smith, A -hert
Keruell, James Law, of Creswoll,
J.T. Burnous, Register.
When you cannot sleep for coughing,
It Is hardly necessary that any one
should tell you that you need a few
doses of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to allay tho irritation of tho throat, and
ninku sleep possible. It is good. Try
it. For sale by Benson Dnua Co., Cottngo
Grove. Lyons & Aitlwiatj;, Drain
Cbe . Chicago
E. L. King, ,
Gen'l Agent for Ore.
Lawn Hoods, mado of lace open
work; very pretty designs
35 to 03c.
Kmbroidered and Tucked Muslin
and Swibs, different designs. . . .
70c to $1 So.
Ladies' Sun Itonnetp, made of eham
hray, full back crown, stitched
and lined, assorted colors. .50c.
Our line of Loose Embroideries, Rtb
bo'iiH .and Drygoods Notions is
Ladies' Summer Skirts, large vari
ety ; in price from . . . .50c to $.'5.
Shirt Waists, different colors and
kinds COc to ?0 75.
Ladies' Keck Woar in latost styles. .
" 15c to GOc.
JOB COULDN'T HAVE STOOD IT
If he'd had Itching Piles. Thoy'ro
terribly annoying; but Bucklen's Arnica
Salvo will cure tho worst case of Piles
on earth. It has cured thousands. For
Injuries, Pains or Bodily Eruptions it's
tho best .-alvo in tho world. Prico
25c a box. Cure guaranteed . Sold by
Bknson Dittm Co., druggist.
"For three days and niehts I suffered
agony untold from an ntfuck of cholera
morbus brought on by eating cucum
brB,"'sflys 31. E. Lowther, clerk of the
district court, Ccnterville, Iowa. "I
thought 1 should suroly dio, and tried a
dozen different medicines but to no pur
pose. I sent for a bottio of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy and three doses relieved me on
tiroly." This remedy is for sale by
Bknson Dnua Co., Cottage Grove.
Lyons & Awlkqatk, Drain Druggists.
Mr. Bryan's sneers at the full
dinner pail will not efl'ace the mom
ory of the workingmen.
For sprains, swellings and lameness
there is nothing so good us Chamber
lain' Pain Balm. Try it. Forsaloby
Bi)K6o.v Dauo Co., Cottage Grove.
Lyons & Ai'ulkoatu, Drain Druggist.
Currency is now going West and
South to move the crops. Never
before did it have such a job of
moving to perform.
Bohemia Nugget and Weekly Orcgopian
$2.00 per year.
The CHICAGO Cannot Be Excelled for
Compactness and Clearness of Writing. It
is easy to leant to operate, and there is a
small number of parts to get out of order.
C. J. Howard,
Cottage Grove, Ore.
and Hustling for a Grub Stake.
Grand. Display of Siiislaw
Large Gathering, of People anil Splendid
Showing of Fruits, Vegetables,
Grains, Grasses, Etc
The Prize-winners and the Exhib
' its That Were1 Seen..
Once again the thrifty husband
man has gathered the bounteous
yield from orchard and field and
stored full the barns, lofts and
cellars, that plenty may crown the
board and give joy and nourish
ment to the loved ones that gather
around the winter fireside of their
At this season the sturdy farmer
loves to enter into peaceful rivalry
with his neighbors for the honor of
growing the largest, finest and best
that his soil is capable of produc
ing, and to that end agricultural
fairs are instituted and exhibits
brought together for comparison
and mutual instruction. These
fairs bring together in annual re
union the families of the farmers
for many miles around and form at
once the most pleasant gathering
of the year, and each succeeding
one is looked forward to with
awakened interest and a determi
nation to excell in some particular
On Thursday and Friday of last
week was held the Lorane Agrl
cultural Society Fair at Lorane
Its president is P. F. Davis and
Miss Mildred Lockwood is its
secretary. Under their able man
agement a splendid show was made
of grains, grasses, vegetables, fruits,
vines, plants, .flowers, dairy pro
duce, eggs, poultry, dried fruits,
canned fruits, jellies, preserved
fruits, potted plants, minerals,
fancy needlework, embroidery,
The reporter, got there on Friday
at noon, just in time to partake of
the good things at the open-air
banquet which was spread on the
grassy slope near the exhibit hall,
and presided over by the buxom
wives and radiant daughters of the
prosperous farmers. With appetite
sharpened after a ride of twelve
miles over the mountains it was in
deed a treat to partake of and gaze
upon the substantial eatables and
delicious pastries that were piled
up with lavish abandon. Enough
is n feast, but after the feast was
over, enough was left for a host.
Half an hour was given over to
horse racing by the young men,
and spine right good running was
seen for small wagers, just enough
to put spirit and life into the sport.
Then the scene changed to foot
H IT IS MERE!
sz Te Largest StQck in SQtlJ liaise ! i3
eE Shelf and Heavy Hardware;. Stoves and Tinware; Pumps.
St: Pipes and AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS!
Guns and Ammunition, Studebaker. Wagons, 2
SZ Canton Clipper Plows, Harrows, Etc. ZS
SS . cS
S For Miners' Supplies, the only house South of Portland. :S
! Give us a call. 3
g GRIFFIN & VEATCH,
g COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON.
racing for another half hour, and
some excellent sprinting was done.
When this was over all the men
and boys gathered about the flag
pole, from the top of which floated
the Stars and Stripes, and with a
will gave three cheers for the flag.
Then three more and a tiger were
given for the ladies. In the hall a
fine program of instrumental and
vocal music was rendered, while
the big crowd in attendance
wandered around the exhibit tables
and admired the magnificent and
varied products of the valley of the
There was such a jam in the hall
at the closing of the fair and in the
awarding of the prizes that it was
almost impossible for the reporter
to get track of all that was done
and see all that was to be seen,
and of necessity several exhibits
were overlooked, which would
gladly have been made mention of
if they could have been reached.
There were squashes that
weighed 67 pounds, a beet that
weighed 25 pounds, cabbages that
weighed 22 and 24 pounds, (mam
moth vegetables of every kind,
potatoes that weighed 4 pounds
and potatoes a foot loot long, a
great variety of monstrous and
luscious fruit of all kinds, several
varieties of nuts, including the
butternut that grew so abundantly
around the writer's boyhood home
in York state.
What was seen and by whom
exhibited is as follows:
Hardy Crow. Burbank and
Banner potatoes, 4 varieties of
beets, the Glori Mundi, Ben Davis
and Belftower apples, 4 varieties of
squash, parsnips 2 kinds, carrots,
sunflowers, timothy, . millet, white
winter wheat, walermellons, 4 kinds
of corn, 3 kinds of pears, quinces;
J. W. Hicks. Squash, 2 kinds
of beets, 2 kinds of carrots, green
beans, tomatoes, 3 kinds of pota
toes, sunflowers, cabbage, arti
chokes with stems 10 feet long,
leeks, a 25-pound beet, petite and
Italian prunes, dried pears and 10
varieties of apples,
W. N. Crow. 2 clusters of po
tatoes. one4 and one 4 pounds,
a Burbank seedling 1 foot long; 13
varieties of potatoes, 10 varieties of
apples, dried petite prunes, 2 kinds
of grapes, butternuts, 3 kinds of
corn, 3 kinds of pears, 2 coops of
Plymouth Rock chickens, Took
first prize for general exhibit, $5.
G. Davidson. 6 varieties of
apples and 3 varieties of potatoes.
Captain O'Brien 4 varieties
of apples, the Glori Mundi, Maxeu,
Rubicon and Baldwin. .
S. F. Wheeler One dozen
White Brahama eggs. These were
beauties and extra large.
G. B. Standisii A plate of lus
cious peaches and 3 boquets of
roses, each of a special variety and
Mrs. S. J. Doty A squash that
was raised a year ago and in per
fect condition now.
J,. R. Eluott Belflower 'and
Baldwin apples, potatoes, nest-egg
gourds, 22-pound cabbage, sugar
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