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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1900)
The PWP"008 Business Men
0 Cottage Grove Advertise in
Bring Your Job Work to the
Nugget Job Office.
J. E. YOUN
Onifi " "'""ill wMt HI1I0-
COTTACSK GllOVH, OlUt.
J, a JOHNSON ami P. (1. BUY
;lttorucus and Counsclurs-at-l.uw
,'eUl ullciill'"' H'von 1?llnl"tf.-'iiriiriitloM
"I" nint Jlomiutllu l.mv.
0o In Old I'.O. uuIMIiik.
COTTAGK GROVE, OKI?.
J, S. MEDLEY
Mtoriicy-al-Laiu o o o
:-Onieoon Sliiln trcct :
CoTTAGIC Gkovk, Oku.
Prompt tlc'Hliiii tul'l In MnttiK WiyliicM.
Cottaoj: Gkovh, Okk.
L. L. STEVENS
Altoviiey-ai-Law o o o
jcll attention Klvon tu MlnliiK Itanium
JltLXU W. TltOMTimN Clllf. A. lallDV.
THOMPSON !k HARDY
.-Hnmeus and Uounsclors-at- Law o
iifUl nlloiillon Klvon to Hie Ihw of Mine. '
L. T. HARRIS
:lttornejj and Counsclor-at-Law
Bdal Attvnllfin KlveiJ.Ni (hp law of .Mllio.
Flret National Hank ltnittln.
Hm;le by mull rerolc promi ntloiitlon.
FRANK P WHITE,
COIT.KIB OIlOVi:. OKK.
ODIroullh Jr.mes llemomvay, Miiltint.
mo, w. i.miyu.
T. W. KEVILL.
Lloyd & Nevill
IIooniM fi.13-.Wt Chamber of Coinmorco
l . U, JHIJ
Mrs. Katheriiic Sclilccf, M. 0.
Diseases of Women ami Children
COTTAGK GKOVK, OKK.
D. J. GOVER
Prospector and Mine Locator.
For Information on Bohemia
Mining District write me.
Bpoclnl Attention Olvon to CorrMinlonco
(Ir.o. 0, Knowi.es.
Ofllce at Mustek Mlnoaml Klophant Mountain.
MRS. PET SANFORD'S
For Fashionahle Dressmaking.
CoTTAGK GROVJt, OlUi.
EAKIN & BRISTOW
Trannact a Conornl RanklnR Bmlnosa
tn All Its llntncUcs.
Cottage Grove, Ore.
j. W. BENTLY,
The practical Boot ahd Shoe uinker,
located in the Case building, two
tloors east of the Postofilce.
Repairing neatly and quickly done
and satisfaction guaranteed. Call.
i'-l" Mi"illB' "'"""K and Farming Interests of this
When women see a stylish, handsome jacket, you
often hear them say: " Oh dear, I vinh I had one
like that, but I'm sure it costs so much."
Wu handle Saranno Glove Company's
goodn. They uro considered the
lot glove in the market.
Good YtllowOil Stock with patented
Hiring fiiHtuuur 60 mid 7Go.
Our Sieam froof lino nro n pnft, plia
ble glove, nn well iih durable;
niiulu with patontuil string fnst
enur 8!e, $1 mid 1 SO.
Unliiied Kit, soft finish, making n
very nice driving glove. 1 'Jo.
Surnmte Unck, Illit weight, fine
Htock, no lnmil.open hack, Porter
fio-leiier, welled, wax linen thread
. noil mill pliuhle; iiiiilonhtedly
the bent iilovo in thu market. .. .
Unlined Chopper Mits, oil grain calf
ifkin 00c mid (1.
Lined Kit Gloves, lino stock $1.
H. C. MADSEN,
Iici'Mrlnc nt rcaionnble ohiirKCS.
All work Kimrantcci! llrst-clnw".
Wiiti'bcs.Clooln awl Jewelry at km eit Irlee
COTfAGK GKOVE, OKK.
ELITE o Shaving o Parlor
Cottage Grovic, Okk.
CEO. E. GRIFFITH, Frop.
AI.K WALKED. Mannger.
PHAI.KH IK KINK
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
4Iaintrcct, Ootliin Orovo. Ore.
OA LI. ON
B. L. PICKARD
For HOUBB TAINTING, PAPKR HANOINO,
BIQN WOUK.CAIUUAUE 1'AINTINCJ.
COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
I AJYl IT! "Cop
Flrst-class Watch, Clock and Jewelry
Repairing. Hrd and Soft Soldering.
Wo will sell yon anything in our
lino at lowest living prices.
W. L. COPPERNOLL, Mgr.
W. H. ROBINSON
Office and residence on River street
near Wall, Cottage Grove, Ore.
J. A. COBB
Dealer in Groceries, Fruits. Cigars
Give us a call and we will treat
Corner of Haw and Second sts.
Now it's the surest thing in the world '
they're not familiar with the
They're absolutely correct for style
none made anymore perfect as to ,
that, 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
Garmaii & Ncwland
COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
Cotton Swot tern,
(,'ood quality, in
All-Wool, lipht weight, assorted rol
ored striped. .
Cotton,' good quality, color ma
roon " f0i
Mixed Cotton and Wool, medium
heavy, maroon 80c
All-Wool", good quality, medium
heavy, maroon 10.
Same as above, only finer wool, as-1
fortcd Holid colors ".$1(55.
All-Wool, very line quality, in as
corted rolored stripes. . . 25. '
White, niodium heavv 60.
... GARMAN & NEWLAND ...
. HOLLENBECK BROS, k BRISTOW.
Headquarters for MINING MEN.
KVERV WANT ATTENDED TO.
Eugene, - - - -
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Oflico at Roseburp, Oregon,
September '27. 1000.
Notico is horoby given that tho follow-
ing-namcd settler lias ineu notice oi ins
I intontlon to make final proof in sup
port of his claim, anil that sam prooi
will bo made before Joel Ware, y. S.
Commissioner, at Eugene, Oregon, jon
November 23, 1000, .vis:: Samuel E.
Phillips on H. E. Wo. 7407 for tho Lot 8,
KWWSW 1-4, Sec. 28, T. PJ S., R. 8
Ho names tho following witnesses to
provo bis continuous resilience upon and
cultivation of said land, visa :
Charles Colcord, G. W. Smith, A -bert
Fernell, James Law, of Creswoll,
J.T. Beidoes, Register.
When you cannot sleep for coughing,
it is hardly necessary that any ono
should tell you that you need a few
dosea of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to allay tho irritation of tho throat, and
make sleep possible. It is good. Try
it. For salo by Benson Ditua Co., Cottago
Grovo. Lyons & Ah-legate, Drain
Community, to Good Government,
Lawn Hoods, mado of lnco open
work; very pretty designs
35 to 05c.
Kinhroidered and Tucked Muslin
and Swiss, different designs. . . .
75c to $135.
Ladies' Sun Konnets, made of cham
bray, full back crown, stitched
and lined, assorted colors, ,50c.
Our line of Loofo Embroideries, Rib
bons and Drygoods Notions is
Ladies' Summer Skirts, largo vari
ety ; in prieu from . . . .50c to $3.
Shirt Waists, different colors and
kinds 50c to $0 75.
Ladies' Xeek Wear in latest styles..
15c to 60c.
JOB COULDN'T HAVE STOOD IT
If he'd had Itching Tiles. They're
terribly annoying; but Bucklen's Arnica
Salvo will euro the worst case of Piles
on earth. It has cured thousands For
Injuries, Pains or Ilodily Eruptions it's
tho best ,alvo in the world. Price
25uahox. Cure guaranteed. Sold by
Besso.v Duuq Co., druggist.
"For throe days and nights I suffered
agony untold from an attack of cholera
morbus brought on by eating cueutn
b"rs," says M. E. Lowther, clerk of tho
district court, Centerville, Iowa. "I
thought I should surely die, and tried a
dozen different medicines but to no pur
pose. I sent for a bottlo of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy and three doses relieved mo en
tirely." This remedy is for salo by
Benson Dbuo Co., Cottngo Grove,
Lvonb & Ai'I'leoate, Drain Druggists.
For sprains, swellings and lameness
there is nothing so' good as Chamber'
Iain's Pain Balm. Try it. For salo by
Benson Daua Co., Cottngo Grove,
Lyons & Aitlkoate, Drain Druggist.
Mr. Bryan deplores his enforced
absence from his home to .fill the
demands upon his time during the
campaicn, but there are u number
of people who are willing to console
him with the thought that he will
have lots of time to spend there af
Bohemia Nugget and Weekly Oregonian
$2.00 per year.
The CHICAGO Cauuot Be Excelled for
Compactness and Clearness of Writing. It
is easy to learn to operate, and there is a
small number of parts to get out of order.
E. L. King, C. J. Howard,
Gen'l Agent for Ore. Local Agent,
Albany, Oregon. Cottage Grove, Ore.
and Hustling for a Grub Stake.
The following completed list of
premiums and prize-winners at the
Lorane Agricultural Society Fair
will be read with interest. It came
too late for publication with the
writeup of last week, but will be
none the less appreciated now:
1st prize,. $5 .William N Crow
2d prize, $2 60 11 Crow
Grain and grapses
1st prize, Daily Oregonian...C E Russell
2d prize, Weekly Oregonian...J II Crow
1st prize, Sunday Oregonian.Mrs J Crow
1st prize, Ladies' Homo Journal
Mrs M L Tompkins
d prize, $1 Mrs C M Cowan
1st pi ize.Tlio Househoid.Mrs J Atkinson
1st prize, 50c Mrs J Atkinson
1st prize, Eugene Guard. ....Mrs II Pipes
1st prize, Pacific Homestead. ..N J Crow
1st prize, Eugene Register...Mrs J Settle
1st prize, Tho Leader,... Mrs C M Cowan
st prize, Bohemia rtugget
Capt John O'Brien
1st piize, Weekly Oregonian
Mrs C M Cowan
1st prize, A. iovely glass set
Miys Jennetto Davidson
2d prize. 50c Mrs C E Russell
Five largest potatoes
1st prize, 50c C F Zilkey
1st prize, 50c Mrs S J Doty
1st prize, 50c .Mrs J H Crow
1st prize, fancy clock, Mrs Doak Zumw'alt
Plymouth Rock chickens
1st prize, 60c J H Crow
1st p ize, 50c , W N Crow
1st prize, 60c ; L E Ward
Polled Durham Bull
1st prize, 50c J W Crow
Fancy work First prizes
Knit lace collection. . . .Mrs O M Cowan
Pin cushion Mrs Ben Lee
Shell flowers Mrs D Single
Crotchet malts Miss Norma Doty
Embroidered doilies. ..Miss M Loclcwood
Picture throw Mrs Charles AViltso
Sofa throw Mia Knoop
Sofa pillars Mrs L E Ward
Oil paintings Mrs M L Tompkins
Battenburg doilii Mrs A Kogers
Patchwork by 8-year-old girl......
Miss Alice Wheeler
Work bag Miss Norma Doty
Bureau Bcarf Mrs Ben Leo
Mosaic quilt Mist Cassie Cowan
Fancy quilt ,, Mrs J Atkinson
Patchwork quilt of 800 pieces
i Miss Ida Kelly
Drawn rug. . . , Mrs Charles Lott
Pieced rug Mrs Charles Conant
Cut flowers and roses.. Mrs G B Standish
Sweet peas Mrs Thoa Richardson
Tea roses Mrs Elliot
Dahlias Mrs WN Crow
A B Gilbort, M Itallsback, J W Hicks,
Mr Davidson and J II Crow each had a
fine exhibit of garden truck, and Mrs S
G Lockwood a lino exhibit of monstrous
L E Ward exhibited a gourd 4J feot
S II McKernan received first prizo on
B IT IS HERE!
H Te Largest Stock ii Spotty Iraije!
S CONSISTING OP
Shelf and Heavy Hardware; Stoves and Tinware; Pumps, 3
S Pipes and AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS! - '
Guns and Ammunition, Stndebaker Wagons, , 2
ZZ Canton Clipper Plows, Harrows, Etc,
For Miners' Supplies, the only house South of Portland, S8'
Give us a call, S
g COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON. 3
shingles and John Settle first prize on
James Hemenway received first prizo
on ores from Bohemia and Hlldrcd In
man first prize on ores from Southern
O E Russell exhibited a tinndmado
knife 200 years old.
Mrs Tompkins and J W Hicks exhib
ited curios from Manilla and Chica-
Quite a numberof exhibits were taken
away before the secretary secured the
m m m
J I Taylor and daughter Mra
Belle Hare went to Portland last
week on receiving news of Mr.
Grant Harrison and Harry and
Oscar McDolewent down on the
Umpqua last week returning Sun
day. The county rock crusher is
crushing rock near the school
house. The roads here need the
rock as much as any road in Ore
gon. Alec Wright while at work on
the addition to Mr Harrison's house
had the misfortune to fall and
sprain his wrist.
George Barlow is putting up a
house on his ranch here.
Andrew Turner has moved into
the house formerly occupied by
Mr Burket and Prank Turner hag
moved into his "brother's house.
Mr. and Mrs DeSpaiu went to
Corvallis last week.
There are now 41 pupils enrolled
in this school ami everything
is progressing nicely.
Cars from railroads as far east as
New York and as far south as
Louisiana can be seen in trains
going through here.
CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS,
The City Council met pursuant to call
at 8 p in on Monday, October 21. '
Present Messrs. Bennett, Martin,
Taylor, Lurch and Vandenbnrg,
Absent Messrs. Chrisman and Stone.
After the previous minutes were read
and approved and routine business dis
posed of the following new b isiness was
The water committee reported an
abundance of water on hand.
Three ordinance bills wero passed
fixing and declaring tax assessments for
street improvements. -
Thu following bills were allowed :
Georgo Lea $500
J. H. Perkins 104
George Meinzor 2 00
J. P. Currin '. 1 00
J. W. Hart , 10 00
Thomas Allen , 12 75
Jack Baker ,., 3 00
Council adjourned to noxt regular
Strikes occur under all adminis
trations, but under the republican
administration the strikes are for
higher wages and the working men
usually get the increase demanded.
But under democratic administra
tions the strikes are against reduc
tion of wages, and the working men
usually have toaccept the reduc
tion. In China, a free silver country,
millions of people live in boats,
principally upon rats, rice dnd fish
diet. Bryan is trying t to induce ua
to do the same. '
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