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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1900)
TJ112 OTllIilt SIDE,
C. J. HOWARD"
Kntoretlitt the imstolllpo nt Cottngo Grove,
Oregon ns Heconcl C Inst mull mutter.
Hiiljncilptlon price. 9I.no, In nivimri
Aitvortlnlng riitcs lmulo known upon
Friday, OcTomm 19, 1900.
OP NEW YORK.
The Cottage Grove Republican
Club met at the City Hall on Tues
clay night to make arrangements
for the reception of Hon. Thomas
H. Tongue, who will speak here
on October 23d. Much enthusiasm
was manifested and a large turn
out will be made to welcome the
speaker. This club has 1 13 on its
roll of membership and every man
jack of them is an earnest worker
in the cause of prosperity and ex
pansion. A rousing meeting will
be had and everybody is invited
- EDITOR. he following communications in
reference to an article in the
Nugget of last week arc" self ex
planatory. This paper desires at
all times to do equal justice to all
in any controversy that may arise.
Its source of knowledge 111 things
that transpire is often gleaned from
heresay and should tin error or
omission creep in it is a duty we
owe the individual and the com
munity to set it right assoon as full
information is at hand, lhe ver
sion of the aggrieved parties is here
Editor Hohkmi.v Nucmist: We, tl.o
undcraittiittl. winh to make u correct
statement in reply to tho nrticlo pub
lished 111 your paper mat work hended
"UuboHion Nipped in the Bud." lVarl
fti'mnitf. wiia f!!lMoi niinn In i-piMln in
IJngiiaii literatme. and in answer said,
Iiliil tint ttflltlir tint Irtuditti " rPlli urn.
fpH-.nr wanted to k-ninv wliv hniliil nut
QMiill it. Ii!irl Mum uiliil fin H'4 iniiittr
to quit studying that book. Tho pro-
lessor puiii you mis gomj; io mimy nun
icanuii, unu i i-ui-tt 111;; iiuuiiiii; in juuiv,
stilrtiwl til li!lrl float lln tlinii
i"l nit lit, liim in. t li 11 rl In 1 mill Inrl.-iiw.
V ...... ... XWll.o ...... J.
1. ; l.i. !. a t 1 11
nun witii rent ioivu upon i lie uoor
ivnpii 1111 npiiir nun rnrii inn iiimrH
lltinn tlin fnrii nnil niiiL Am In I'inirl'.
uittimr ivitll folil nrlim mill imy.im ml lln
ceiling in open mutiny id absolutely
C. O. K.MMi:l!SON-
K. IS. Hamhiiick
.Ions C. Cciiimx
Joii.v C. V BATCH
In addition to the above I wish to eav
that Pearl got permission from bin
parents that morning to quit tit tidying
literature. I thought the punishment
rather snvprn fur HiieJi nn (liftman hut
tlie other directors said, "We will up-
noici uic protodsor no dilterenee what
be does." Tim honrd liil nut. iinlmlil
the. nrnfpssnr in trrini? in nnnimil P.virl
to take the study of literature, as they
uiu not even a hi; nun to sttuiy it. He
returned In pelinnl rbe next, niiirmnir nml
has not studied the. bonk niiii-o. i u-lin
nas been exonerated l'earl or the pro
Will Colonel Bryan please say
whether he thinks it is right to dis
franchise the colored American citi
zens of North Carolina, South Car
olina, Louisiana and Mississippi in
the interest of the democratic party?
A plaiu, straightforward statement
from the colonel would let in a flood
of light upon his pretentions with
respect to the application of the
Declaration of Independence to the
Malays of Luzon.
Hon. Thomas H. Tongue will
address the voters and ladies of
Cottage Grove and vicinity on the
vital issues of the presidential cam
paign at Martin's Hall on Tuesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock on October
23d. He is a fluent speaker and
will voice words of wisdom that all
The' democratic defeat in Novem
ber should not be charged against
Chairman Jones, Bryan or even
Webster Davis. It will be due to
the fact that the policies advocated
by the party are wrong, while those
advanced by the republicans meet
the approval of the free, thoughtful
voters of the country. ,
There is a vein of bitterness in
the communications and also a
setis. of triumph that the young
man has had his own way and does
not now study literature. A ma
jority of the board of school
trustees rule, and after a hearing
the professor was exonerated for
his action. So far as the pupil
being "jerked witli great force and
dealt three hard blows upon the
face and neck" it is estimating: the
professor's physical powers from
a somewhat biased standpoint, for
had he put undue force into his
chastisement the young man would
not in all probability have been in
prime condition for school the next
morning. The public now has
both sides to the controversy and
it is to be hoped that the incident
is closed. Peace and harmony
reign and diligent study prevails
at the public school and eood re
suits will surely flow from that seat
THE PLAY SATURDAY NIGHT
On Tuesday evening the Nugget
reporter was permitted to witness
a partial dress rehearsal of the
frontier life drama entitled "The
Golden days of '49," to be pro
duced 011 Saturday night by a
strietk' nnintetir conmailV mostly
from the ranks of the Woodmen of
the World lodge and under and for
the benefit of that organization.
The reliean al irives evidence of 11
tine evening's entertainment for all
who go to see it, and there will ui -doubtedly
be a full house. All the
characters arc in good hands and
success is already assured. The
scenes as presented takes one back
to the early border time in a mill
ing camp and the thrilling episodes
enacted incident to' the crude
methods in votruc before law and
order came and when Judge
Lynch was the arbiter and held
The first act onens with a mono
1 t 1
of miners sitting around tables in
front of the tavern in the mining
camp. 1 he man who owns a .vast
tract of land in the neighborhood
turns up after an absence of 20
years and demands possession. A
plot is entered into to do away
with him. I he major brings his
biide from. Boston. Major gets
full and comes home with a song
and a jag. Foul murder is com
mitted. The villain swears the
crime upon the innocent hero.
Arrest follows and grand climax.
The second act finds the hero in
hiding. The heroine assists in his
escape. The villain makes love to
the heroine and fails to win. Sher
iff searches the house for the hero,
who escapes, and grand tableau.
Third act is at the tavern again.
A peddler shows up who proves to
be the hero in disguise, and who
persuades the heroine to accom
pany him 111 flight. Mob seized
the colored man and hustles him
Fourth act presents the deserted
cabin in the lonely hills where the
hero and heroine take refuge in
their flight, Here occurs some
very spirited and really good act
Fifth act presents a court scene
Hero on trial. His innocence proven.
Mystery all cleared ud. H.mnv
union of father and son and lovers
and a grand finale.
, ! II II II Ml ' ' MHIH1
WIS HAVE RECEIVED ALL OF OUR
WINTER GOODS AND THIS SAME
WILL UK SOLD AS CIIISAP AS ANY
l'LACK IN Till? VALLEY. 'Such us
T.nrlies' Tackcts and Golf Capes
Misses' Jackets and Golf Capes
Children's Jackets and Golf Capes
THEY ARE ALL MADE Till? LATEST STYLE .jfrjf 5
M-1 Lurch's Lurch's I
"It is a business proposition
whether or not the people Ot tlUS
country are going to undermine
.. . . !,..
the oasis 01 our prospv;Mi .
l.OXti III Ottilia firovi ouOi tnher Id,
1000, lo the wife of K. . W . uni 11
It is nice to benpip:i Kd mid your
many friends wish you jo v. Nether
and bnh'y tire doing nicely. The liltlo
lady will demand lots of attention, but
why not.it is the only cherub in tho
family and the llrsl . The Nugget ex
pentral Market j
I McMRLAND & CO., Proprietors.
Bryan despairs of the future of
the country because voters insist
on permitting business to influence
their politics, and yet he himself
lias grown wealthy by making poli
tics his business.
One of the amusing things of the
present campaign is the statement
made by Mr. Bryan, in his Fort
Wayne speech, that his military
experience had taught him that the
life of a soldier was a dangerous one.
In Ohio the democratic campaign
is looked upon as a good joke.. But
Mr. Bryan and Chairtnqn Jones
take it seriously enough when they
lay claim to that state.
Under the supervision of Road
Master F. Smith the roads near
Walker are being greatly improved.
C. C. Coffman of the Grove was
in town Sunday.
Rev Walden preached at this
place Sunday to a large crowd.
Mr R Y Porter, Parthena Porter.
Katie Jackson and Chloa Smith
went to the Grove Monday.
Quite a number from here at
tended the meeting at Saginaw
Mrs Powric and family of Drain
were visiting at thisnlace Sunday
R E Walker was in the Grove
W F Canady made a trip to Cot
tage Grove Wednesday.
Don't forget the date, October
23d at 2 p. m. at Martin's Hall in
Cottage Grove, when and where
Hon. Thomas H. Tongue will talk
to all who come about the leading
issues of the campaign. Don't
iniss chis opportunity to listen to
one of the finest speakers in Ore
gon. He will interest you and will,
perhaps, tell you things you don't
know, and when' he is through
there is one thing that you will
want to do, and that is to vote for
McKinley and Roosevelt.
C. M. A.
The young men of Cottaee Grove
Have organized Echo Lodire No
1777 bl theComing Men of America.
have received their charter and
will meet in the future at Thorn o
son's Hall on River street on Fri
day evenings. All new members
will be initiated in strict accordance
with the prescribed rules of gov
ernment. The charter members
are as follows: Milo Emmerson.
president; Will Thompson, vice
president; Oliver Elsea, secretary
and treasurer; Elmer Sherwood.
speaker; Clyde. Nokes, director;
Earl Hill, sentinel. I
The Methodist church 1ms m
denrone a complete internal renr
ration ami by repanerinir and c.-ir-
petintr it has now as neat' nn in.
tenor as can De tound 111 Western
Oregon. Its appearance is an in
VltatlOU 10 one to come nram
That is not all for Rev. StrvflpW
interests ana instructs his congre
On luesdav evenintr the Christ
ian concretration trave a snrinhlp
in honor of their retiring pastor,
Kev. Artnur (jardiner. who frnp to
a new field of labor at Mvrtle Crpnk
The high esteem in which Rev.,
L.arainens Held 111 Drain was at
tested by a large attendance ot the
people of both churches. He has
.t.. . M.aa
uie prayers 01 tiie Clinstian people
A large number of the
ot Drain attended the unveiling of
a monument erected to the memory
of a deceased neighbor of the order
01 woodmen ot the World, at Pnm.
stock on Sunday last. The cere
mony was impressive. TlnsshnnlH
remind us all of the cert.iintv nf
-3.1. 1. . "
ueaui ana prepare tor the event,
temporally ana snirittianv.
Rev. Grannis. financial nnmut nf
11 it (-li c
me. Willamette, addresser th r .
zens of Drain on Thursday even
ing on educatiou. It was edifying.
Hon. Tillman Lord nddr(prl
the people of this "neck o' the
wooas, on tne issues of this presi
dential campaign on Wednesday
evening. The large audience in
dicates the interest taken in the
The State Normal Rnh
m . tJ
growing 111 tavorand in numbers.
The attendance is much 1
than at any time last VPfir nur it?
increasing weekly. Growth in
progressive tiiougut characterizes
me sc 100 . J. lie stnrlontc
- .. 1. IJIU1II-
test a deep interest in nil ti mil
Mrs. B. D. Boswell nf nr.c,.,n
Springs left for San Francisco on
Monday to visit her cousin, Miss
ivme otewart, a professional singer
who is filling an engagement at
iimi uiace. uaniain Hnu.n ...
pects to lollow 111 a few days.
UI2AGLK-IIA KMKS In Cottar Grove
Otober 15, 1!H)0, at the residence of
the bride's parent?, Mr. and Mrf. .'.
W. Harmed. A. II. Ileiu.de to Mix
Anna llariiies, the Nov. Vt V. Mc
Tho ceremony that united this vouiil'
eounle was attended bv innnv friendM
and relatives of the contracting parties
They have Inns' resided in thin com
munity, the bride belli); a native of thix
town : tbev stand high in the estimation
of all who know thuiii and they bttriu
life's journey tojjether with tho liest
wishes of all. Tho new ho'isu about
completed near the Presbyterian church
is to be tho domestic nest wherein they
will dwell, and where the Xiijret hopes
that love will rule, ullt-cUon ittiide and
peace and hunniness abide. A sumptu
ous repast was eeived to the invited
guests and everybody at the wedding
hail a jolly good tune.
nKON'X-GAKROUTTK-.U the home
of the bride'H parents ell the Coast
Korkon October 13, liilHi, Grunt Ilrown
to Mis Collistio Gtirruutte, the Uuv.
C. Iv. C iiudull ofliciatii)''.
Many friends uathcred at the home nf
the bride to see the nuptial knot tied
and extend their hearty congratulation!.
They start tho matrimonial iournev in
double harness with yokes of velvet ami
lines of ribbon and have the until be
fore them to mar or make a peaceful and
pleasant passune. Tho Nugget wishes
them the best of luck through lifo and
several little Lrowns to crown their
I Beef; Mutton, Poi-k, Veal,
g Jiacon, Xja.-rcl, Sausng-c,
Fish and Game in season
?2 AT THE
f MAIN STREET, COTTAGE CROVE, OREGON. I
THIS SI-ACE TO BE-OCCUPIED
by the New Hardware firm of
WHEELER & SCOTT, successors to Phillips & Darison.
The Citizens of Lane County will be
Hon. Thomas II. Tonic
CONSTANTLY KEPT ON HAND ALL OF THE 3
CHOICEST BRANDS OF 2
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
-Also Wholesale Depot for
WEISS' CELEBRATED ROSEBURG BEER.
Tuesday, October 23d
At 2 o'clock p. m. .
COME OUT EVERYBODY.
G. A. COBB
Proprietor of the Elite Confectionery
Also Wholesaler and Retailer of all
Kind's of FRUITS. ,
Also dealer in Cigars, Tobacco
Don't Let Baby Suffer.
TIII'lll? TH fllll.V 1U1? mi...n
ni,i ssvhn .r.h .'..r:'" -v. ''mvn or
!"f..nta-,m.i HUh mlK' IWr.
viiiuj ruuBiniB, caucil AMIKHUT. Its oni tin
knnU,v V,'Ut L.f;r..lt Ot Othon
making inatorlul ' ANT mil T innSllii thiS
"cy sent postpaid Ly rcn irn mall 01 ?
strcot, Bun KronoJiro, Cal Antifmt .,?nLll','K.t",''
rollevos toethln " hihtoi' th" 1 wo ''X
paoknjos sold tuy mall roiunii S 1 on P'1
sencihru .turn il V.,i li.lun(1 no money by
In SO day not ever one fourth uncll. 1
We are now prepared to furnish
all kinds of Brackets, Mouldings,
wormce, bash and Doors, Door and
Window frames, Screen Doors.
Windows, Pickets, etc.
Woodwork of all kinds made and
repaired. We will also work Floor
ing, Rustic, Sidimr. Ceiling, or
size Studding, etc.
SHOP NEAR S. P. DEPOT I
MEAT MARKET !
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
SUPPLY HOUSE I?0R
COTTAGE GROVE AND j
I Send Your Orders by
& W. H. MeaKi,
A - -
Parties dpsiri'mr tn li,!1,l 1
sheds or ntlw ni,ii.,:i,i:., ....
do well to take advantage of the
lOW ficuro nr ivliinli 'VUa Tl it.
ive ly Lumber Co. are offering some
cull lumber in i inch and 2 inch
luicKness. Call on them or write
them for particulars.
A multiplicity ofparamountbjjj
is not been productive of borgj
in the democratic houseww. .
those who desire to ioiiow ,
leaders have had to about WJ
so often that they cannot r
life of them tell whether they
coming or going.