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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1900)
Gfovc Advertise In
Bring Yotr Job Work to &
Nugget Job Office.
"cvolcd i ,hc Millill(,( j(Uml);iri
riiij and Panning Interests of this Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for
Vo r-i. it.
--?.l!2Zi!l Oi?Sori, Friday, December 14 1900.
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COTTAliU GUOVK, ORE.
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C0TTAOI5 (iKOVIC, Ok.
COTTAOI! GkOVIC, OltK.
On Jan. 1st, 1901, the party hold
ing the lucky ticket will be given
either a Ladic's or Gent's Crescent
Bicycle, as they may desire.
We give one ticket for each cash
purchase from us amounting to $1.
Eakin & Bristow.
L. L. STEVENS
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L. T. HARRIS
tlrnty mid I'omnchir-at-Lmr
M.Vtumal Hank Building.
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(HZntMi Jmoi llcmenway, Mutual.
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We handle Saranac Glove ConipaiivM
goods. They nre caimiilurcil the
bent glove in ilm market.
Good Yi How Oil Stork Willi patented
Hiring fastener. ... M nrid 75c.
Oiir fiieaiii "roof lino nrc a ?ofl, plla
I'll' ghne, n well an durable;
made uitll patented hiring faxt-uin-r
S6p, mill l 20.
L'nliued Kit, soft (liiieli, milking a
vi-ry nii u driving glove fl -'5.
Haranao Ilni-k, light weight, fine
Murk, no luinl. open back, I'otter
(m-ti-iu-r, wi-llul.uns llni-n thruml
mft ntxl iiliiililc; uiHluiilititlly
tlif lnl gluro in lliu murki-t . .'.
UiiIIihmI Clii)iiiT MitK, oil griiin calf
fkin IKX- ami l.
I.iiu-il Kit lilovvH, line tock .. 1.
COTTAGE QROl'E, ORE.
Cotton BwutturH, gool ciiality, in
iiiariKin unit imsurtcd Htriped
All-Wool, lij,'lit wuiglit, iiporleil col
ored elnpeil ft 25.
Cotton, goml quality, color ma
roon '. 50i-.
Mixed Cotton mid Wool, medium
heavy, maroon 80o.
All-Woof, g(K)d ijiiality, medium
heavy, niaronn . "... $1 10.
.Same iih nbovo, only liner wool, hh-i-orted
Holid colore $1 05.
All-Wool, very fine quality, in na
Horted colored HtripeM. . '.'.' 'Jo.
White, iiiexlinm licavv j'J60.
Lawn Ilocxljf, made of lace open
work j very pretty designs
36 to 65c.
Kmbroidered and Tucked Muslin
and Swiss, different designs
75c to l 35.
Ladies' Sun Bonnets, made of clinrn
bray, full back crown, stitched
and' lined, nesorted colors. .50c.
Our line of Loose Embroideries, Rib
bons and Drygoods Notions is
Ladie-"' Summer Skirts, large vari
ety ; in price from 50c to $3.
Shirt Waists, different colors and
kinds 50c to $0 75.
Ladies' Neck Wear in latest stvles. .
Lloyd & Ncvill
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... GAR MAN & NEWLAND ...
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Mrs. Kallicrlne Schlccf, M. II.
tees of Women aod Clilltlrcn
C0TTAGK GUOVK, OltK.
D. J. GOVER
wsptctor and Mine Locator.
For Information on Bohemia
Mining District write inc.
Attention (liven to Corrc.ixiii'lcnco
MRS. PET SANFORD'S
for Fashionable Dressmaking.
COTTAOIC GltOVU, OKU.
KAKIN & BRISTOW
Tnniict a (Jeiiornl ItnnliliiK Ilimluoa
in All Its Uruuulicii.
Cottagu Grovic, Oku.
J. W. BENTLY,
be practical Boot anil Shoe maker,
Jted in the front part of the
nrislinan harness shop.
Pairing neatly and quickly done
Satisfaction guaranteed. Call
G. A. COBB
'roprietor of the Elite Confectionery
Wholesaler and Retailer of all
Kinds of FRUITS.
A'?o dealer in Cigars, Tobacco
H. C. MADSEN,
ItOHlrliiK M eiiit1c rlmrKi'.
.Ml umk KunrniiU'cil llr.l-i-la. i
Vlrln-.riork niid JcHClrynt Uiwo.t I'lirct
COTl'AUK GUOVK, OKU. I
ELITE o Shaving o Parlor
Cottagu Gkovk, Okk. '
GKO. K. GRIFFITH, Prop. !
g IT IS HERE! H
g z Lui'gest Stock in Solitlt Laie! 3
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 Main and Second sts.
R. A. SANDERS,
Wines, ttquors and Cigars.
A Favorite Resort.
COTTAGE GROVK, ORKGON
BARKER & MARTIN
DKAI.EUS IN FINE
WINKS, UQUORS, CIGARS.
Mulll (treat, 0llB "rove, Ore.
: Sheif and Heavy Hardware; Stoves and Tinware; Pumps, 31
Pipes and AGRICULTURAL, IMPLEMENTS ! .
Guns and Ammunition, Studebaker Wagons, 3
S Canton Clipper Plows, Harrows, Etc. . Zg
For Miners' Supplies, the only house South of Portland. 3
(ive us a call. 35
H GRIFFIN & VEATCH, l
COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON. 2
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land OfTlco at Roseburg, Oregon,
November 13, 1000.
Notir.o is hereby given that the follow
nauied settler has Hied notice of bis in
tention to mako final proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof will be
made befor Joel Ware, U. S. Commis
sioner, at Kugene, Lano Co.. Oregon, on
Murch 2, 1001. viz: William V.
Canady, on II. E. No. 0600, for tho W )i
SW H, Sec 8,Tp. 20 S., U. 3 West .
Ho names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence, upon
and cultivation of said land, vis:
Isaac Wilcox, Henry Dreese, I-rancis
Smith, Charles Wright, ofWalker, Lane
1 J.T. Unmans,
1I0LLBNBECK BROS. & BRISTOW,
Headquarters for MINING MEN,
KVKIIV WANT ATTKNDKD TO.
Mrs. J. P. HART'S
Main street, Cottagu Grovk.
Bread, Pies, Cake and Fancy
Pastry of all kinds constantly
on hand. Call and see.
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of Equalization for Lane
county will meet on Monday, Dec.
io, 1900, and remaining in session
six days for the purpose of equaliz
ing the annual valuation of prop
erty. All parties having greviences
in regard to assessment will govern
D. P. Burton,
If you would ha v() an appetito like a
boar and a relish for your meals take
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets. They correct dliorders ol tho
stomach and regulate the liver . and
bowela. Only 25c. Samples freo at
Uj!,nbp,s's Ppva Co., Drug Store.
WILL ECLIPSE BY FAR THAT
OF ANY PREVIOUS YEAR.
Cut, Cut, 'Low, Low, Slash! Bang!
Goods Must Go! Low
Prices Moves 'Em
Look! Don't fail to read every
word of this ad, it will save you
money. Now why not come and
buy a nice, new red wagon for the
little one, only $1.00; full steel
win els, malleable gearing; a good
well made wagon. We have all
sizes of them. Next size, $1.25;
still larger, $1.50; yet larger, $1.75,
and one for the larger boys at $2.00;
for the young man at $2.25. We
are here to sell goods and they
must be sold. We ate not strangers
to most of you, but are acquainted
with a good many people, some to
our credit and some to our sorrow.
Anyone caught stealing in my
store will be prosecuted to the full
extent of the law, and the offence
of shop-lifting is- the penitentiary;
and my advice to all them is to
stay awa from my place of busi
ness. I don't want you around any
more than I want rattle snakes in
my store. You are the most con
temptible animal on earth like
the coyote, wolf, or the nasty skunk
If you stay away you will keep out
of the pen, and if you come here
you will likely get caught and sent
to the pen you dirty, stinking
thing, to call yourself human is a
disgrace to the human race.
BEFORE MY TIME.
I am here to help build up Eu
gene, doing my part to improve the
town and county; also the roads.
Also to sell you good goods at low
prices. This saves you money and
helps you. There was thousands
of dollars sent to Chicago and other
big cities for guns and ammunition
before I opened a store here, and I
made the price so low that people
quit sending away for a goods. You
never hear of a man sending away
fora gun or ammunitionnow. Do you
know the reaaon? Well, it's because
can buy cheaper here and see what
he is getting. We are now selling
the best line of-sewing machines
you ever saw and at the lowest
prices. Quality for quality we are
about one-third less than those
other fellows. Our prices are
$25.00, $27.50, $30.00, $35.00 and
so on. We can sell you cheap ma
chines in Chicago of same quality
ofSears, Roebuck & Co., and Mont
gomery, Ward & Co. You pay for
them here and pay the freight on
them when they come. At these
low prices we do not warrant or
recommend these cheap machines,
and only sell them on orders. The
reason the Chicago man warrants
them is because he is 2,000 miles
away and he knows the freight both
ways on a sewing machine is $8.00,
and he knows he will not send it
back. Our cheap machines are
worth, 3 draws, $9.50; 5 draws,
$10.50; 7 draws, $11.50.
Christmas time is supposed to be
a time of gift giving, a time of mer
riment and of good times generally.
On that memorial day there will be
76,000 happy people in this great
United States. To be happy is
your duty, and to make others
happy is the pleasure of every good
We are this; year prepared better
than ever b6fote, to serve you with
goods suitiibie1' for giftr-lo your
hnnd.rlecorated andt5ainted china
to the commonest Cbl0eYtoy. We
have gathered from the corners ot
low and we will sell theni to you
Our line tif celluloid goods this
season is the largest we ever bought
and the handsomest you ever heard
of. They are handsome, beyond
description and extra good values-.
These goods make the finest
presents of any goods, for they stay
handsome and last for years. We
devote a whole room 20x80 feet to
this class of goods; besides that a
one-half of our lower floor. It has
been acknowledged for several years
that we have the largest stock of
this class of goods of anyone in Eu
gene. This season it will be heavier
than ever; grander, greater and in
inorespelndor. If you want to come,
to headquarters for Xmas goods
come to Barker Gun Works, 9th
street, Eugene, Or.
Will be found as low as any Chi
cago house when you consider the
quality and freight. We are here
on the ground to warrant and de
fend our goods, which are first-class
in all respects.
BARKER GUN WORKS, 9th
St., Eugene, Ore.
HOW TO CURE CROUP.
Mr. R. Gray, who lives near Amenia,
Duchess county, N. Y., saya: "Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy is the best
medicine I have ever used. It is n fino
children's remedy for croup and never
fails to cure." When given as soon aa
the child becomes hoarse, or even after
the croupv cough has developed it will
prevent the attack. This shonld bo
borne in mind and & b.ttle of thp Cough
Remedy kept at hand ready for Instant
use as soon as these symptoms appear,
For sale by Benson Dnuo Co., Cottago
Grove. Lyons & Appleqate, Drain
The C. P. and Christian Sunday
Schools have united for the pur
pose of giving their Xmas enter
tainment. They have selected for
the occasion a Cantata entitled
"The Dutch Doll."
In addition to the customary
tree a ferris wheel will be arranged.
The program will be out of the
regular order and promises to be of
unusual interest to the little folks.
The management, is in the hands
of a committee of six. Messrs.
Jordan, Veatch and White and '
Mesdames Eakin, Aubrey and Mc
Curdy. They have appointed the
Music committee L. F. Wooley.
Decoration of church Mrs. Job
and Mrs. McCurdy.
Presents and other decoratiopg
Mrs. Merriman and Mrs. Aubrey.
Naming presents Messrs.' Au
brey and Wooley.
Distribution ot presents Misses
Ethel Downing, Aggie Wooley,
Nellie Martin, Dollie Hawkins,
Lillie Carper, Gertie Griffith, Nellie
Childers and Kate Finerty.
These committees have power to
appoint their own assistants.
BRAVE MEN FALL
Victims to stomach, liver and kidney
troubles, aa well as women, and all feci
tho results in loss of appetite, poisons in
tho blood, backache, nervousness, head
aclio and tired, listless, run-down feel
iug. But there's no rieod to feel Jiko
that. J. "W. Gardner, of Idaville, Ind.,
says: "Electric Bitters nre just tho
thing for a man when ho don't care
whether ho lives or dies. It gave mo
new strength and good nppotitc. I can
now eat anything and havo n now leaso
on life." Qnly50ont Benson Dnua Co.,
Drug Store. Every bottle guaranteed.
At the Taylor & Ross Photo
Studio a negative of the proprietor
or proprietors of each firm Jocnted
in Cottage Grove. We wil make
each one a present of cabinet photo
from same. Please come it) ps soon
as possible as we want to arrange
and make them into one picture.
Remember you get a nice cabinet
.photo free to pay you for your
the earth. We have bought them' trouble- Taylor & R035,