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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 15, 1901)
Mcny of the senatorial aspirants
are in lmrd luck. They atn't old
C. J. HOWARD EDITOR, enough.
Commencing with next Sunday
the new barber law will go into
effect. It prohibits the opening of
barbershops and the transaction of
barber business on Sunday. It is
generally understood that the law
meets the approval of the fraternity,
providing, of course, it is enforced.
This will be doubtful, however.
Many contend that the law is un
constitutional, and will be disrc
garded. Of course there will be a
test case made, and then the su
preme courwill pass judgment as
to the constitutionality of the en
actment. In the mean time the
Tne cow snap seems to dc at an barbers will have a chance to let
end nnd Webfooters will welcome their "tired" razors rest and get
the return of the celebrated Ore- out on Sunday and talk each others
gon mist. arms 0fff thereby giving their many
ItIaniittenmhnh1i.t!intth!.S p. customers a rest also. In the in
operators will be as glad to welcome terval requiescat in page.
settled ' weather as anyone. The
expense of keeping the track clear
south of Roseburg in the winter
months is enormous.
Enter t the poitoffleo t Cottage Qrov,
Ortron m Second Class mail matter,
absarlptlon price. I.BO, In mlTnnra.
AitvartUtnc rnle maifi known upon I
JFR!DAY, FKHKUARV 15, 1901-
The weather is so like spring
time that everybody is preparing
for early gardening.
The present senatorial contest
this week reminds one of a Fourth
ol July old men's race.
A SHOE THAT IS WORN .BY
All Fash WIc Ladies.
JAMES G. ELLIS,
COTTAGK GROVIi, OR
Ail Mail Onleis
T. A. GILBERT,
be light, henceforth
BORKN To tlio wife of Willard Boron
on KrMuy, Feb. Oth, 1001, n clrl.
COCHRAN Tn Cottaeo Grove. Ore.
Kul). Otlt, 1901, to tlio wifo of J. D,
Coclirun, n son.
Good lichts are pre- HKMENWAY In Cottage Grove, Ore.
ferred, but most any old light will Hcincmvny, a son.
ao in preference to tne mmnignt ot BEAGLE In this citv. Fl. 12. 1001, to
dispair which has held sway 111 this io ""warn ueagie, 11 son
town the last three months.
M A 11 It 1 ED.
The bill introduced in the house
by Representative Story, asking
that a mine inspector be created by"
the legislature will undoubtedly
meet with the approval of the ma
jority of the miners in the state.
CHAPMAN CURRIN At the resi
dence of the bride's parents four niilei
east nl town, Tuesday, reb. 1-th,
1001, Mr. W. .1. Chnpman and Mies
Ida M. Ctirrin, Rev. Crumiull otll
The Oregon Native Sons is a
splendid magazine, improving with
each issue. It is a worthy book,
printed in the interest of a worthy
cause and deserves the liberal pat-1
ronage of every Oregon born man
BRISTOW In this ritv Wednesday
evening, Feb. 13 th, 1001, Mm. Mary
jinsiou 01 piirnivsis, iigeu u years.
Mrs. Mary A. Brjstov wag born in
Knox county, Indiana, Dec. 8th, 1S22,
and crossed the plains in 1S53. Was
married to Mr. J. K. Bristow March
24th 1857. She first located in the Lomr
Tom ronntry, nnd upon her marriage to
No small amount of complaint Mr. Bristow moved to Pleasant Hill,
comes from business men of this where they resided until the death of
city and farmers alike, regarding ,,er ,lll9b:J,in 18S. when she moved
the deplorable condition of the road 'ot;"8p0 ""'l residcl there until last
. r September, when she moved to Cottage
between Cottage Grove and Sagi- wlth hvr f0,h IIarry T1)e slir.
naw, especially the strip from this viving children are John W, and R. K.,
city to the railroad crossing. It is of Portlnnd,hndP.H.,ofCottagoGrovc.
conservatively estimated that $5,000 S,,e waa " ''"h!tetit member of the
wnrt),nr.lcKn wi. Christian Church since early woman-
" . " w "e . " 1 . hood, and died as she had lived, a Chris
cun. men vi mis aiy, owing 10 tian woman
IIOLLENBECK BROS, k BRISTOW.
Headquarters for MINING MEN.
KVKKV WANT ATTENDED TO.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United State Land Olllce,
Ro-eburg, Orii., Jan. in, 1IK).
Notice is hereby uivon that in com
pliancy with tbf provisions "of the art of
congress tu Jiiuu.f, entitled "An
art fur the sale of timber lauds 111 the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada,
and iieliinutoii Jerrllorv, 11s ex
tended to nil the Public Land States bv
net of A uiiiist 4. 1802. .lame? K. Wheeler
of Cottage (.trove, county ofl.ane, Statu
01 urogon, nn mis day tiled in thin
otlico his sworn statement No. 1402, for
the purchase of thoSouthucst (VO Ounr-
terof Section No. 34 in Township Jfo. 21
South, Range No. 2 Wot, and will otlttr
proot to show that tlio laud i-ouglit is
more valuable for its timber or stone
than for agricultural nttrnnsep. and to
establish his claim to said laud In-fore
the Register and Receiver of this oflii-u
at Roseburg, Ore. 011 Fridav the 20th
day of March, 1001.
Me names as witnesses:
J.D. Palmer. F. P. Phillins. F. I.
Wheeler. Orin Robinson, of Cottae'e
iny mid nil persons claiming nd
verseiy tlio nnovu-deserioed lauds are
requested to file their claims in t h Ih
ollice on or before said 201 h day of
March. 1001. t
J. T. Bridobs, Register.
W I Lurch's
Lurch's I -
1 Lurch's Lurch's
I A Great Reduction
Ladies, Misses and Childrens
Jackets and Capes.
g Call early for Bargains
A CARLOAD OF
pBOOTS & ShOESl
A VVLh LINE OK TIIIC3
S LATEST PATTERNS.
Z The Prices will
you, and in point of
cannot be beaten.
I Bmtlifllfc g
fc: MAIN STREET.
To The PUBLIC I -"
Arc You Wanting a Heating Stove or a Cook ?
m 1 COME IN AND SEE US
We nre Selling our Heaters at a Ten Per Cent DISCOUNT .
and giving a Good Big Discount on Cook Stoves. Alio
have a llfg Stock of HARDWARE, TINWARE, EABM
IMPLEMENTS, Etc., to select from.
Come in unit fiec What ire llttvt for Salt.
NOTICE FOR PUBLIPATION.
impassable condition of this
piece of road. It. is a county road
and the county authorities should
look into the matter and repair it at
least so that it is passable without
Interment will take place
today, Friday, at the Pleasant hill ceme
For some weeks the tramps have
been moving in quite large num
bers. Some of them are well
dressed, and along with their free
and easy occupation and good
clothes carry a considerable amount
of gall, to the extent that they fre
quently intimidate women who they
find alone at the house. It lias
been said that the promiscuous Teap-
pearancejof these wandering Willies
is due to the closing down
COTTAGE OltOVE MAHKET'REPOIIT.
Whcitt. 50e per buahel.
Flour 90 to 9oc per Mirk.
Butter, ac per potiml.
Creamery, 2.5c per pound
Xftfra, lCc per dozen.
Ham, country, 12U
Rlle. IP. i
Chickens; mixed. (2.75 to f3. doz.
Lard, 10c per pound.
Notice is hereby given that the
approved plat of survey of town
ship 24 S R i East has been receiv
ed from the surveyor general for
Oregon, and on Saturday, March
16th, 1901, at 9 o'clock, a. m. the
! . -If 1 -1 . 1 . t rr
e aaiu piui win uc uieu in mis omce
frnmhli-no- Jn cnm. r ft, 1 ana me jatia embraced tlierein will
cities, setting many of the class be Pen t0 entry on that date
known to have no visible means of J. T pRIDGES. Register.
support adrift. In part this may
be true and the assertion is well
substantiated in that few of the
"floats" ask for work, prefering to
beg at kitchen doors for something
Mrs. C. Wolfer, the Home
Healer, will be in Cottage Grove,
, . ..... I - " I W. WMWU U.U,b.t VV IbUJUilJ
10 cai, turning meir Dacic upon tne ,-i , .1 r i.
. .. 5. . . . r until the 29th 111st. Consultation
treatment very reasonable. Tooth'
ache and headache treated free
All who are sick are invited to call
and consult me.
Mrs. C. Wom'kr,
The Home, Healer,
wood pile. It is hard for
people to turn a man away from
the door when he says he is hungry,
but each home owner, should ap
point himself a committee of one to
see that every -one who gets a meal
at his house should pay for it in
work. A good meal is worth 20
cents, and no honest man would re
fuse to work for it. The giver of
the meal should see that he who
ever shall ask for a meal shall work Parties desiring lady to go to the
lor it, and give good honest work, house and sew by the day, should
too. If a meal is worth 20 cents, a consult Mrs. O. Fredericksen. Price
deserving man should not object to $1.00 per day. Telephone No. 113.
working ail Hour lor it. That Mrs. O. Frkdbricksen.
would be at the rate of $2.00 per
day. Let the able bodied tramp wagon for sae.
earn bis meals and refuse those who . A 3 wagon with 3 inch
do not care to work the privilige to tirc for sa,e or wil1 trat'e lor stock
eat. In this manner, we can feel or w00rt cl"ing. A good bargain,
reasonably sure that those we feed In(li'e of E. F. Smith or at the
are deserving, and at the same time Nugget office,
we discouraged the fozy beggar, for saie.
who, if able bodied is beneath the A first class milch cow for sale
notice of the industrious home cheap. Inquire of W. A. Hemen-
fnaker. 1 way, at Cottage Grove postoffice.
United Ktatex Lnnrf Ofllre.
Rnseburu', Ore., IVe., 20, 11100.
Notice in liereliv itiven that in eoni
phunre with the provinionn of tin net of
JonarH8 01 Juno 3, 187S, entitlrtl "An
net for the rale of timber lumls in the
States of California, Oregon, Nevmlii
nsnin'ton lerrilorv," im extended to
all thn Pulilic I.:iml State livm-t An.
Kitt-i, 18ftJ, .1:1 mes N. Boyd, of Cottne
lirove. County of Lane, Statu 01 Oregon,
ha? tliif rlnv li lel in this ollii-e hi nworn
latemeiit No. 1847, for tlu piirehiire of
the SV M, of Section No. U, in Town
ship Xo.22 S. ItaiiL'b' No. 2 W.. nml will
oirur prmf to yliow tliijt the Inml kipiiIi!
ih more vnluiiiie lor it.i limner or ftuue
than for nurieiiltural nnrt)ii"ei. unil to
eslnlilifli 1 1 i h rl.iim to miiii lnuil U'fore
tin Uojjir'tcTimil Iteeeiverof tliiH ollice nt
Uoseliur!', Orrunn, on Momlav. tlie-lth
ilav 01 Jlari-h, I'.KIl.
110 names "-s witnewes:
J. P. PhillipH.. Philip Sponu, Jack
Ix!Wi8. I). Bntmbaui-li.of Cottiuro Grove
Any ami nil perpona elaimiiic ad
verseiy too aiHivedeicriieii IiiiuIm nre
requested to tilu their claiuiR in this
omce on or before said 4th day of .March
T. T. Bridges. IteKistur.
Dyeing fi Cleaning .Work
I'llICK LIST KOIt CI.KAN'lXd :
fontf. . - - , ll.ro, up.
Vcl, ----- .Sii, U.
rHt, - - - .7A,tli.
I'lllCE LIST FOR I1YEINO:
Suits, - i.V), np.
fliiRte rnniu-nU In )iroHirtlnn.
Prei"! wtti'rn, - T'jrtu jcr ynl.
Iiiew-( - - - Jl.U),ui.
(! EO. E'.GlllEl'lTU; Afient,
Nntlre In' hrcbrSrvcii Ihiit the innilciTl)fni"l
linn ln'i'UililljrMiiKilnloi ly IliolVmnty I'oiirt i)f
tlio Mtatu nl Ori'ifiiu lor Ijinu Ciumtj', mlnilnl--Irutor
of the eMMe of Ccorro 1. liHniutle. do-
(e.lKC't. All l'CriMiii Iihviiik t-lHlmii nKKUi't until
inlnioaru livit'b)- re iulri'il In iin'tviit lliu Mine
10 nio iiriii-t'riy eruicii ai ino uiiiru ui j. r..
Vouuifin I'ntiuEc Drove. On-cnn. vtllhlii lx
niiiiillii from lh ilntc lu'roof.
IMIeil till" Still Uriy of Jnnunry. lu.
AilmlnMrHtor of tliocitttuuf lioorno l. 1-
In tlio Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
MIC I OIII1IT.
MANY IIOLLIPAY, Halntlff )
W. I'. IIOLLIPAY. Pefendnnt i
To W. P. Ilolliilny, the above named ilcfcndant:
in ine .same 01
hereby required to appear anil anmter tlio rom.
tilalnt of malntlff fileil atriilnit vnn In thi niir'
entitled Court nnd caiim on or before the IHIh
ilar of March. 1901. that iclnir(hnriitilHvif (hi.
next rcmilnrterrnofsiild Court, tobebcKiinand
holdcn In Kugene, Lnno County Oregon, and If
you mo mi nppear ami annwer -tain eompiaini
for want thereof, the plaintiff will apply to h!iI
Court for the relief prayed for In nald complaint
towit: For a decree of raid Court d'lHrlnir ihc
marriiiRB coniraci now exmuriK ocivrcen plaint
Iff and defendant forever dlxiolved. that ulalni.
Iff have Iho caro Hnd cuntrMlv nl thn mlnnr..hiwi
of plaintiff and defendant and for such other
anil lunner rcuei at to the Court may vem
This lummons Is nubllfhed In thn Tinhpml
Nugget for sit consecutive weeks by order of
Hon. H. It. Klncald. Countv Jndm for Unci
Countv.Olcgon. which said order lnr.ltn il..
.ui nay in nnunry, iwi.anil tne datoof tlio
II rut publication or this summons Is fixed and
prescribed In said order lor publication to bo
rvuruury ioi, iwi,
J. IS. YtH'Mi.
Attorney lor Plaintiff.
NOTICE OF FINAL 8ETTLKMKNT.
Notice Is hercbv irlven that thn iinriAmfirnAii
admlnlatralnrof the Otto Krederlcxren Kstate
iiHHiueunia mini account in mo omce 01 the
County Clerk of Lane Countv. (Irci-nn. ami ih.
Judge of the Probate Court has fixed Tuesday,
imtu uiu, ut, ni . u viovil ji. jn. inereoi as me
unie lur ncuriiiK me tame.
Anv and all persons havlne oblecllnna to M
account are notllled to bo present and lllo the
Dated this first day of February, 1901.
O. fj. HNAl'I',
Havinp; 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. Abkams.
Bkkso.v Dnua Co.thoUrncirist.will re-
fund you your money If you mo not
satisfied after, mini: Chamberlain's
Btomauha and Liver Tablets. Tliev
ii ro disorders of the stomach, bilious.
nous, constipation and headache. Price
.'Scents. . Samples free.
NOT1CK 10 K PUBLICATION.
Land Oflleo at Ho.-eburj;, Orecon,
Notice is hereby trivon that the follow
nainetl settler has tiled noticoof liin in
tention to make final proof in support
of hiM claim, anil that said proof will bo
made before Joel Wnre, U. iJ. Cummin
sioner, at Kuitene, Lanu Co. Oregon, on
March 'J, 1001. vix: Williiun F.
Canady, on Ii. K. No. 010, for thu AV H
SW X, Sec. H.Tp. '-'0 S.. It. 3 West .
Ho names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Isaac Wilcox. Henry Dreese. Francis
Smith, Charles Wright, of.Wnlker, Lnno
Beef, Mutton! Pork, Veal,
m Bacon, Xjarcl, Srmsage,
M lisli and (Carrie in.-, season
'm AT THU
I LOWEST PRICES.
fell MAIN STREKT, COTTAGK GROVE, OREGON.
Successor to B. F. PHILLIPS,
All kinds of Produce bought
at' the highest market values.
Call nnd get acquainted with
us. We shall be pleased at all
times' to quote you prices
upon all lines handled by us,
whether you buy or not.
Our Stock is New, Neat and
Clean, and having had years
of experience in business, we
assute you the very best goods
the market affords, and the
lowest possible prices.
Remember the place: Phillips'
old staiidj Cottage, Grove, Ore.
Tho most simple, practical and durable
Typewriter on the market t any price.
Ask for catalogue.
PRICE $35. E. L. KING.
General Agent for Oregon, Washington and Idaho. Albany, Qre.
We are now prepared to furnish
all kinds of Brackets, Mouldings,
Cornice, Saslraud Doors, Door find
Window frames, Screen Doors,
Windows, Pickets, etc.
Woodwork of all kinds made and
repaired, We will also work Floor
ing,, Kustic, biding, ceiling, or
size Studding, etc.
SHOP NEAR S. P. DEPOT
NOTICK FOt PUBLICATION.
United States Lund Olllc.
ltuselmrir, Ore., Dev. L"-', 1000.
Notlco is hereby given that in com
plianve with the provisions of tlio act
of einrc of .lunu 3, 1878, entitled: "An
act for tho sale of timber lands In tho
States of California, Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington Territory' hi extended
to all thu 1'ubliu Land Hiatus by act of
August 4, 1802, Mrs. Annie Welln. of
Liigune, county of Lano, State of Ore
gon, iiaa this day filed in this office her
t-worii statement No. 1350, for the pur
eliase of tho SK of Section No. 10 in
Township No. 20 8, Range No, 7 W, mil
will oiler proof to show tint thu land
sought la more valuable for its timber or
stone than for agricultural purposes, nnd
to establish her cliilm to said land be for
thn Krister and Receiver of this office
at Itoseburg, Oregon on Friday, the 8th
day of March, 1001. .
blio names as witnesses:
James N. Itandle, Ii. Han Berg
strom, Ceorge W. Blooding, II. 0, Han-
11.1 nf Italian....
Any and all norsons'
verseiy tho abo.vo-descrlbed land
remicsted to lllo their claims in this
office on or befoio said 8th day of March
J. T. BiuiKiis, Register,
It your record
Ilcllalilo man (or Miinugor nf
wo wlili to opvn In this vicinity.
Is O. K. liare Is un opiorlunlty.
goon ruivruucv wnuu wruniK
The A. T. MORRIS Wholesale House,
CINCINNATI, OHIO. 1
Illustrated catalogue 4 cti.'itatnjx.
Beware of air dried or half dry floor
ing, rolling nnd, rustic. The. Booth
Kolly Lumber Co., aro, making, special
prices on kllu-drtod.Iumber.
wantrd. Capablo, rollablo person in
every county, to represent, largo company
of solid financial reputation; 030 salary
por year, payablo weekly j (3 pordav ah
solutely stiro and all expenses; straight,
biina-fldo salary, no commission; safarv
paid each Saturday and expense money
advanced each week. STANDARD
IIOU813, 334 DsAnoonN St,, CutCAUp,