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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1901)
1 wittf dbuo fltOUIt.
' MeiiM. A. Nolsou niul llnrry
jjrchflUt. liotli cntcrprlHllig young
jnen of til place, will soon open
ll0fl bran new drug store In the
, Knox building on Mnin ntrcct.
The stock of drugs lm Already been
ordered nml they only nwnlt the
completion or tlic inside work on
t,e bulldliiK before opening the
ume to the public, wlilcli tlicr ex
I ptct will be within n couple of
vveek. Mr, ijrciiaui win nave
c!iarjjcof the preicrlptlou dopart
mcut, nnd as It in well known that
lie U a thoroughly competent plmr
onceutlst, the new firm will no
doubt receive n liberal share of
tfKW TIUK TAni.lt.--
Jleginuiiig with Jnnuary ist the
S. T. Co., put into effect a new
time table. However the only
change in the passenger trains is
that the iiorthlxHiiul passenger train
due to arrive nt Cottage drove at
12:23 is. under Ihe new schedule
now due to arrive at 1:21 p. m.
The reason tjlven for this new
change Is thnt this train fomncrly
left San Francisco at such an early
hour that It wan inconvenient for
passengers, and therefore the train
leaving; there in the evening carried
more than its proportionate share of
passengers, and the change in
time is for the purpose of equaliz
ing the business between the two
Last Friday night being the
regular night for installing of
offiiicrs a public installation was
decided upon, audVouie .10 friends
were invited to ic present. At the
close of the installation, which was
very nicely done, a bountiful lunch
was served, for which the ladies of
the Kastcrn Star deserve special
mention. The remainder of the
.evening was spent in social con
' verse and a general good time.
TO MUI5T IN COTTACIt GROVR.--The
I.anc County Teachers Asso
ciation will meet in this city on
Saturday Jan. 26th, loot. Mem
bers of the faculty of the State
University will be present to help
with the program. Pres. W. C
llawlcy of Willamette University
of Salem, w;ill lecture 011 Friday
veiling Jan 25. All persons in
terested in education arc invited to
lc present and tnke part.
OUT WITH Till'. OI.I) VHAIl.--
I'M Ilchard, who has presided at
the counters of I.. Lurch's store for
sonic two yean went out with t In
old year and O. O. McClclkn
established in his stcny. Kd will
.soon take a position 011 the roa'J for
a well, known Portland firm as
traveling salesman. Mr. McClel
leu comes well recommended and
Mr. Ilcbard goes to his new house
with the best of recommendation.
The Nugget wishes 'loth pros
perity and success,
It was a small but appreciative
audience that greeted Dr. David
Star Jordan at Martin's hall
Wednesday evening. The doctor
delivered his famous lecture on
"The Mood of the Nations," and
his discourse was a creation of
thought along lines new' to the
most of bis hearers and awakened
considerable interest which re
sulted in considerable street argu
ment the following day pro and con.
The second in the course of en
tertainments in the interest of the
public School will be a lecture by
t)r, T.A. BoyerotSan Francisco,
who will lecture on the subject
"Crossing the Century Line." This
talented gentleman will speak here
on January i8tli. Pres. W. C.
Hawley of Willamette University
will be the third number, appear
ing here January 25th.
' AFTBR WVK YltABSl
Felix Landes surprised his many
friends in Cottage Grove Sttnday,
arriving after a five years, absence
in Gilliam county, near Lone Rdck,
'where he has a stock ranch. Felix
hks well and hearty, and is in
rejfJty a better man than his father
NIJW YIJAK'S levii.
At the M. Iv. Church a donation
watch pnrty was given by tlio con
gregation for the benefit of the
I'astor C. I. Crandnll and wife.
Many substantial donations were
tendered, thus proving the high
esteem and regard the congregation
l"ve for their pastor and his
estimable wife. At 12 in. the
church bell pealed forth the begin
ning of the new year and century.
At the Christian Church a series
of revival meetings are being held,
presided over by Kvaugelist
Stevens and wife. A special
feature of these meetings is the
singing by Mrs. Stevens, who is
also the leader of the choir.
At the I. 0. 0. F. hall a merrv
crowd of young people enjoyed
themselves as only young people
can with games and social converse
and music until the New Year
dawned in all its brightness.
At the residence of George Lea
another merry crowd watched the
Old Year out and the New Year in.
At Martin's hall the St Valentine
Circle No. 121, Women of Wood
craft gave an invitation dance.
Music was furnished by the Jones
& lillis string baud, assisted by the
famous corouetist Charles Cochran,
and was rdl that could be desired.
The ladies of this circle are well
known entertainers and upon this
occasion exerted themselves to
make this one of the social events
of the season, their success in which
is vouched for by those in attend
ance. Another dance was given at the.
Masonic hall, the music for .which
was furnished by our home talent,
the M. W. A. orchestra. This
orchestra is establishing quite a
reputation with the dancing public
and admirers of first class up-to-date
imuic. A jolly lot of dancers
whiled away the fleeting hours
until 2:50 a. in.
The First National' Hank of Ku
gcue is out with a neat and at
tractive card in t'ie form of a first
national bank draft drawn in the
"At sight pay to
"Three .lliuidred and Sixty Five
Value received in your friend
ship and kindly remember your
"To the National Hank of
Fortune. State of Happiness.
"P. K.Snougkass, Cashier."
The Ladies of Raker Circle No.
11, G. A. R , will give an oyster
supper and entertainment on
Wednesday evening Jan. 9, at Mar
tin's hall. Come everybody and
hear some of the best speakers in
town and a great bog or fishing
Mr. Stephens speaks every even
ing at 7:30 and Sunday at 11 a. m.
Mrs. Stephens will give a special
solo at each service. Come and
bring your friends. F. K. Billing
With every $5.00 worth of goods
purchased at Uoyd's gallery, one
dozen cabinet photographs will be
given free of cnargc for the next
0. E.Jones returned to House's mill
Tlio Now Year witnesses several now
names added to Mis. JSeck'H Hut of inti
W. I). Donnis, superintendent of tlio
Black Butte (tuicksllver initio, was a
pleasant caller at the Nugget oilleo
Tlio Now Year edition of tlio Oregoninn
contained 11 splendid write-up of tho
Bohoniiu Mining District; ulsou topo
graphical map aliowi hk n proponed rail
road from thiri plaeo to thu milieu.
Tlio pastor and family of tho 1. K.
Church wish to oxprcss their heartfelt
tlinuka for tho II be ml donations givun
them by members and friends of tho
church Now Years Kvo. After enjoying
tho first .hour of tho new century in
counting over tho excellent gifts tluiv
rotired to rest and dreamed of 11 laud of
plenty whuro mlnistcilng unguis with
Mulling faces supplied all their neede.
All About yoij.
J . I. Jones went to. Eugene Tuesday.
Gruon Pitcher went to Eugeno'Wediies
Harry Hrelmnt did huslncs In Euguno
Win. OiiHloy luft for the Holc'im mine
.John Peterson returned to Bohemia
J. M. Gulp, of Wild wood, was In town
Mrs. Eva Trimble- went to Kuzcno
O. Meadow returned from Hohomiit
' '.lli'hno returned to tho Helena
mlnii I'riday .
Miss Nina Ostrander re turned to Eugene-
A.NHwin went to Eugene on bus!-,
Attorney Medlnv nlnriw..l fr..... t.
Fred Hyrno and Herbert Leigh went
to IviigoiHt Monday.
MImh Oiiii Markley returned to her
liomu in Kugene Monday.
0. M. Henderer nnd wife of Drain
were In the city this week.
J. M. ItobortM and wife returned to
tlii'ir home in Kugene Tuesday.
Miss Lena Ktockwell, of Creswell, Is
visiting friends in this place.
Geo, W. Lloyd, tlio mining engineer,
returned Monday from Seattle.
Henry Landes arrived from Bohemia
Monday noon for it week's vacation.
W. II. Abrains, of tlio electric light
plant, did btiHiiicis in Kiigcnti Monday.
Mrs. Nrtta Garred returned from Ku
genu on Monday niglit's overland train.
Miss Carrie Iturton of Springfield ar
rived Sunday for u visit with friends
Geo. Uoiiho left for Bohemia .Sunday
where he goes to work at the Helena
Henry Wagner am) 1'reil Byrne made
a trip lo Bohemia last week,' returning
C. F. Mitchell cimie down from Bo
hemia Sunday and went to Kugcne
Foxier Phillips and Jack Lewis went
to U-iicb'uig Tdewlav on dand otlicu
Xornian Hickey left Wcdncfday for
Boheuiia, where he goes to work at- the
Frank White is homo ngnm nfter
Hpendiii" the holidays with his mother
Number (11.1 was tho lucky 0110 nt the
prize drauing for 11 bicycle at Kakin &
Bristow's, Jan. Int.
B. H. Hawley came in from the
Helena iiiiiio Sunday and went to Ku
gene Monday mnrniiii;.
Geo, Holland of Crow, I. O. is visit
ing with his brother John at the Cottngu
Grove hulel this week.
Wm. Masterful left for Blue River
Thursday wheru helms employment at
the Lucky Boy mine.
J.M. Sears of Dallas, Polk county,
visited with relatives and friends in this
city Inst Friday and Saturday.
Charles Trimble returned Sunday to
Wendllng where he is employed by tho
II otli-l.i'Uey J.uniliei Company.
Carey Pitcher is visiting with friends
nnd relatives here, after an ubsenco of
about three years in Gilliam county.
Frank Knox visited with h,a youuc
friends in Ibis place the I! rut of -Ma
week, returning to Kugene Tuesday.
II . W. Churchill went to Hudson
Thursday wliero lu has accepted n
posit ion with n lumber company at
Mrs. Will IleineiiwaV is visiting her
daughter Glace at Seattle, Wash. Miss
Hcmcmvay is taking a commercial
eourse in that city.
Miss Kthel Veatch returned Wednes
day to her borne in Salem, after an ex
tended visit 111 this pluco with her
sister Mrs. 1. AVynnc.
Inadvertantly tho name of J, W. Cook
wat- omitted from the list of stock
holders in tho First National Bank of
Cottngo Grove. Mr. Cook is one of the
principal slock holders.
Dr . Snnpp and wifo took dinner nt
Jesse Trunnel'H Xmns. A liner dinner
was never seen lu Oregon, and grandma
sits by tho llresidu and enjoys tho
C. H. Jones left Saturday for Paler
mo, California, whore ho goes to spend
tho winter months, hoping to benefit
Ills health by thu ehango to 11 milder
J. M. Sears and Itiipli Whiople re
turned Tuesday to Bohemia after spend
ing tint holidays In this city. They in
tend to push development work on their
promising group 01 claims.
r P. K. Snodgrass, cashier of tho First
National Bank of Eugene, is nssistlng
the management of tho Now First
National Bank of this city in tho open
ing nnd establishing of thu now system.
Charles Cochran, of the First Begi
mental band, came up from Kugene
Monday and assisted in furnishing inn
sicfor tho New Year's ball at Martin's
ball given by tho St Valontine Circle,
Women of Woodcraft.
Frnnk Mclntyrc, the old time popular
postmaster at thu Music niino, came
down from Bohemia Tuesday for n
week's stay in town. Ho has just
finished a contract on the Al Hancock
property which ho says is showing up
A.M. llildreth of Bush, Oaklahoma
Territory, who has spent the last two
years in Bohemia nnd who has con
siderable property there, camo in this
week and will leavu today for his old
homo for an ludulliiito time. Ho has
iniulo many friends here who wish hlui
good luck and mi early return.
The school house Was packed
with people Christmas night, the
tree was well covered with presents
nnd everyone had a good time.
James Taylor and Frank Taylor
left for California Saturday.
Mr lyce and family spmt New
Years with relatives on Silk Creek.
Six inches of snow Jan. 2.
Mew Years night while Roy
Coffin and family were eating sup
per they were surprised by the en
trance of .1 number of their neigh
bors bearing New Years greetings
and good things to cat. Music,
singing, 'story telling and candy
pulling was the order of the day.
All enjoyed themselves till mid
night when they departed for home.
James Miller- scems'To be slowiy
Whereas by the hand of fate our
esteemed friend and neighbor J. W.
Jones has passed from this life to
the unknown life beyond death's
dark river and whereas, we know
not the trials and sorrows under
which our neighbor was placed we
pray the great God above that may
his soul rest in peace
He it therefore resolved by Cot
tage Grove camp No. 6424 M. W.
of A., that
In the loss of our esteemed friend
and neighbor we sincerely mourn'
with and sympathize with the be
reaved father and family of our de
Be it resolved that a copy of
these resolutions be spread on the
records of this camp and that a
copy be handed to the parent of
the deceased and that a copy be
handed to the local papers fbr pub
lication. T. W. Jknkins
Having permanently located in
Cottage Grove, I will take a few
pupils. Harmony and Thorough
Bass a Specialty. Either German
or American method.
Call at residence, North River
Mrs. W. H. Abrasis
J. W. Hently has moved his boot
and slice shop to the Jordan build
ing, first door west of the Bohemia
hotel, Main street, where he will be
pleased to see bis old customers, as
well as many new ones, assuring
satisfaction in all lines.
Eugene is to have a first class
creamery, and it is expected to
have the same in operation by
Mnrch 1. Mr. C. M. Elspass of
Portland, has bought a site for the
creamery building near river bridge
and will at once begin the erection
of the same. The machinery will be
of the most modern and up to date
and the creamery first class in all
Has World-wido faino for marvellous
euros, It surpasses any other save, lo
tion, ointment or balm for Cuts, Corns,
hums, boils, sores, Felons, Ulcers, Tet
ters, Salt Ilheum, Fever Sores, Chapped
Hands, Skin Eruptions; Infallible for
Pilek. Cure guaranteed. Only 25o at
Bknson Dnuo Co.
Echo Lodge, No, 1777, Coming
Men of America, have elected the
following officers: President, Milo
Emerson; Vice Pres., Will Thomp
son; Sec. and Treas., Pearl Bennett;
Speaker, Chris Emerson; Director,
Herbert Hawley; Sentinel, Bud
THIS PUBLIC SQHOfir.. '
After a two1 week's vaenllou the
Cottage Grove public soliobV will
resume session Monday morning
KELIiEY At Sacinaw Dee. 20 to Mr.
I and Sirs. AV. Kolley a daughter.
KENNEDY At Saginaw Dee. ?0 to Mr.
and Mrs. F. Kennedy a son.
SHIELDS In this pity, Saturday. Dee.
'.'Hth, 1000, to the wifo of Dudloy
Shields, a daughter,
SZ FOR EVURYHODY AND
ruie. ,fW,iy. ' ejivu. ua a ejAI,L. gs
E We have a Magnificent
JC our prices are lower than
where else, and we guarantee shoe satistaction in
every respect at
MoneySaving Prices, j
ilv We think wc know what the people want.
W To suit the public taste and purse and meet popular dc-
W mnnd is our business ambition.
S We will fit any foot or pocket-book and assure satisfac
Hon, and then "the proof of the pudding is in the eating."
OUR SHOES ARE GOING LIKE HOT CAKES.
Wo aro living in a rapid age:
11 1111 you ijiiisi move Willi 11.
Keep up with the times. If
.t . ... ..
You Can Benefit Yourself by Calling At
Benson Drug Company. .
COTTAGK GHOVE OREGON,
W. S. Chrisman.
The Fashion Stables
GIrrisirian Brs, proprietors.
First-Class Turnouts, Double or Single
UP TO DATE
Wheeler & Scott - - COTTAGE GROVE.
Having bought out the entire stock of W. F. Schuller, is novy
offering the same at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
I have already added largely to
ceived a fresh supply of Teas, Coffees, Sugar, etc.; also a choice lot of
Apples, Oranges, Lemons and vegetables; Dried Fruits, Bacon, Hams
and Lard, and other goods now arriving.
A cordial invitation extended to all.
On the Piano.
A late Graded German Meth
od of Music is now being taught at
the C. P. Manse by.
Mrs. L.D. Beck.
Recitals will be given at proper
intervals, thus giving parents an op
portunity to note progress.
50 cents per lesson, 30 minutes each
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
rfllee o( Comptroller of tho Currency,
WnshlUKton. l. O , Docombor Hth. 1900.
Whoreas. ly satisfactory evidence presented
to the umleralgnoil, It- hat beeiv made to ap
pear that "1 ho First National Jlank of Cottago
brave." in, tho city of Cottage drove, lu the
County of lane, anil Bute of Oreon, has com
piled with all tho provlsiorsof the Statutes of
the United States, required to be complied with
before an association shall bo authorized to
commence the business of banking.
Now therefore I, Charles Q. Dowci. Comp
troller of tho Currency, do heroby certify that
"Tho l'irst Notional Hank otCottaee Orove," in
tho City of Cottage Orove, In the County of
I.aiio. and State of Oregon, Is authorlicd to
commence tho beslness of banking as provided
In Section FUty-ono hundred and sixty-nine of
tho ltevlfed Statutes of the United States.
ln tcstlmonv whereof witness my hand and
fooI of olaco this Fouttoonth day of December,
11 (Slg.) Ciiaiii.es a. Dawks,
shai comptroller of tha Currency.
lv ) o.wi'i . .
A GRAND SELECTION 3
Stock of FINE SHOES,
like quality sella for any
WALL & WHIPPLE f
anag of Progression. Tho World movtfl
you see n chance lo benefit yourself grasp
and rVw"T"Vo1 .,
Black Butte stage .Lines, p
i t r: v 'mi
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
ARE JUST THAT
Ball-bearing and High-grade Vertical
Feed and three under feed machines.
Prices to suit.
For sale by
the Grocery Stock Have just re
NOTICE 1'OR PUBLICATION.
United Stales Land Office,
RoBoburp, Ore., Dec., 22, 1900.
Notice la hereby given that in com
pliance with tho provisions of the net of
congress of Juno 3, 1878, entitled "An
act for thu sale of timber lands in the
Statps of California, Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington Territory," as extended
to all the Public Land States bv act of
August 4, 1802, Frederick T. Welin, of
Eugene, county of Lane, State of Ore
gon, has this day filed in this office his
sworn statement No. 1358, for the pur
chasM of tho NE J of Section No. 10 in
township No. 20 S, Range No. 7 Y. anil
will oiler proof to show that tho land
sought is more valuable foe its timber or
stone than for agricultural purposes,
and to establish his claim to said land
beforo the Register and Receiver of this
office at Rosebii'g, Oregon on Fridav, ,
tho 8th day of March, 1001.
James N. Handle, II. linns Berg
stronl, Georgo W. Breeding, H. 0.
Ilanuon, of EugoifPt Oregon.
Any nnd all persons claiming ad
versely tho above-described lands nre
requested to tilo their claims in this
office on or before said 8th dny of March,
J . T. Biudoks, Register.
Litz says : "Music is never stationary ;
successive forms and styles nro only like
so many resting places llko tents
pitched nnd taken down again on tho
road to tho Ideal." Tho new Graded
Gernian Method, of mnsie taught by
Mrs'. I, D. Beck at tho C. P. manse may
tn Im rdial." . . - .1H
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