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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1901)
vjJtV. to th
The Prosperous Business Men
of Cottage Grove Advertise in
Bring Your Job
Nugget Job Office.
Devoid to the Mining, Lumbering and farming IntorcHt.i of this Cominiiiiity, to Good Government, and Hustling for a.. Grub Slake
Cottage Grove, Oregon, JJYicla,y, Xebruary 22, H 90.1 .
J. E. YOUNG
Attorney -ai Law. y '
-Offlot en Ml tlteet, Writ Hlfla
CoTTAOK GKOVK,. OKI!.
J. C. JOHNSON and F. G. KHY
Attorneys and Coun&clors-ai-Law
mUI tiul(in iilvou 1" Mliihitr, Ciiriurulluii
mid llercmitllo I.nw.
. OflM OTtr Uftttjitti A Kewl!il'itoro.
COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
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Attorney.-,atLa(V , o o o
:omceoii Muln ltet:
CorrAOK Gkovk, Ok it.
r-torapt UUntlon ifil i to Mlnlnx HofclUBH.
CoTTAOK GKOVK, OKI'.
L. L. STEVENS
Attorney '-a t-Law o o o
I4I1 atUutlon clvcn toMlnllix lluttrit!
nation riven to Mini)
iLMUl w. Tinnxrtux
etc ah. a. luniir.
THOMPSON !k HARDY
Httorneys and Counselnrs-at Law
1H,I ltulloii riven loltm Inw of Jltiim.
L. T: HARRIS
Attorney and Counsclor-at-Law
g.Ul atltntlon lvii iJhe lw "I Mlne.
lint Nitionnl Hunk Building.
-jiwait'i'i i ,
I ft S! 8 '
r.iliabKu jissav'S. !
nplt lir nU rtrlve inimil attention.
FRANK P. "WHITE,
cumuK aitovi:. m:.
0"lUlili imt lie neftSay, Muln t.
UV-'jll- - - -
10. W. )l. . ' T. W. KKVI .1.
Lloyd & Ncvill
I). H. UK UTY MINT.It.O. 8CltVr.YOllH
ropioiVoarM7 I'oitTi.sn, out:.
Mrs. Kalbcrinc Schlccf, M. It.
Diseases "of Women and Children
COTTAGE GUOVK, ORE.
.D. J. GOVER
Prospector and Mine Locator.
For Information ,, pn Rohcmia.
Joining' District write mci
!)-' Attention Ulren to Ciirroiipotiileaco
,' .' ' ' lJOHIvMIA, ORE.
MRS. PET SANFORD'S
FoP. Fashionable Dressmaking.
. MAIN HTKHHT
COTTAOK GXOVU, OKK.
EAKIN & BRISTOW
Trtnitet a 0ner.l IlnnVIni? lluilnois
In All III liranchei.
Cottaob Gkovk, Our.
J. W. BENTLY,
The practical Boot and Shoe maker,
located in the front part of the
Christ man harness shop.
Repairing neatly and quickly done
arid latisfaction guaranteed. Call
. G. A. COBB
Proprietor of the Elite Confectionery
AlioWholsaler and" R tailr of all
Kinds of FRUITS.
Also dealer in Cigars, Tobacco
Wu linniHe Hiinuiat; (ilovi(!onip:itiy'H
l'immIh, 'I'litiy nro coiiHtilurml tliu
Ix.'mI Idvu In' tliu iiiiirtvut.
Ciooil Vi How Oil Slock with pati'titod
HtriiiK fiiKtuimr. ... CO mid 7oc.
Our Sionm I'roof lino nro n fofl, plln
lilu glovt. iih wt'll us diiriililo;
tiimli! with piitcnti'il i-trini; fust
I'tiitr S.'i', tl mill $1 1'O.
Unlincil Kit, nod llni-Ii, tnnkiiiK 11
vi-iy nlf! ilrivinj! j,'!ovu .fl '-'..
Kiiraiinr lliu-k, lilit (1 (
slm'k, no Ii.tinl, otin liai'k, I'orU'r
(ui-Iciht, v.i'lu-il.Hiix linen tliit'iiil
ciift ihmI pliiililx; iinilimlitcilly
the licft iluvn in tlit! iimiUi't . . .
UnlliH-d Chopper .Mltn, nil niltivnlfr wrtVrTwTit(tnTn!olc
00c ami l
l.invil Kit (ilovei, line clock f I.
H. C. MADSEN,
lTopit I rt n K "I rcnrntinlilo i-lmrirc.
All mirk Kiuiriiiili'ixl tlmt-riio'B.
Vtttt'ho,('liii'Lii unit Jcuulrnl Uiwcl I'rloei
' COT f AUK CiltOVE, OKI'..
ELITE o Shaving o Parlor
Cottaou Gkovic, Ouk.
GEO. E. GRIFFITH, Prop.
W. H. ROBINSON
Office and residence on River street
near Wall, Cottage Grove, Ore.
R. A. SANDERS,
mm 6 unij
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
A Favorite Resort.
COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON.
BARKER & MARTIN
tlUALKHS IN FINK
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
Milln Btroct, Oiiltac" lruv, Ore.
W. H. SMITH
Proprietor of the CAFE ROYAL
on River street, near the bridge,
CoTTAGit Gkovk, Ouk.
Short orders day and night. Every
thing first-class and the best the
Our 15th Annual
lis Now On.
During tliis month only, we arc offering all our LADIES' CAPES,
JACKETS, UNDERSKIRTS and WRAPPERS AT COST.
Also our Wiiitjc Wool. Bi.ANKKTS.
In RADIUS' and MISSES
Outing Flannels and I;lecced Wrapper Cloths at
Silk Wais.t Patterns at Cost.
A11 for SPOT CASH.
Eakin & Bristow,
Garman & Ncwland
COTTAGE GROW, ORE.
Cotton Swotlerx, nocxl qnnlity, in
maroon ami aborted i-tripcd
All-WiKil, Iljjlit weight, iisforled col
ored utripeil f I l!3.
Cotton, tfood ipiality, color ma
roon , 60
Mixed Cotton ami Wool, iihmiiiiiii
heavy, maroon :.. . .80c.
All-Wool, iiooil quality, mcitiiun
neavy, iiniroon fl U
All-Wool, very lino quality, in an-
Forkil roloreii ntripeH. . . .JU 'J.'.
White, mediiim heavy $2 CO.
GARMAN & NEWLAND
Griffin & Veatch Company.
At WALKER, OREGON,
Is a Farmer and sympathizer with all men of honest industry,
as you will see by quality of goods and prices.
IW flnnile llrninwns! qpiI nil L-tnils tX
u. I'm uvvuo, uivttuto ami uii mimo vi
Our Harden heeds arc the licst.
Also patent medicines, drugs, 6ts. Also the OREGON
TMinmiPT PATTJ'I Mm vfrv 1wet fnr nnnlitv and finish.
H G. O. WALKER,
Vot is dem tings I hear? They increase by division from one to ten
million in 24 hours. They live b absorption. They are the cause of
sickness, disease and decay. Would you destroy them? Drink
Eadam's Microbe Killer.
Information and pamphlets free,
A. F. HOWARD, Agent.
Residence with J. K, Barrett. COTTAGE GROVE, OHEGO.V.
Uawn IIochIh, mailo of lace open
work; very pretty desitifl
33 to C5c
ICmbroidcred and Tucked Muslin
and SwiKH, diirerent dcfitiH . . .
75c to $1 35.
I.ailiei' Sun Itonnet?, made of c.ham
liray, full back crown, stitched
and lined, a&norted colore. .C0e.
Our line of I.ooce Kmbroiderie?, Itib
biinx and Drygoodti Notions ia
Iadies' Summer Skirts, Iiirge vari
ety ; in price from. . . .C0c to $3.
. Studebaker Wagons,
Dunn's solid Tree Spray,
- . .
Shirt Waists, diirerent colon and rutin you your money it you ate not
. . Simla fiUClo fu.70. . S.LHUI! UW -.ailAT "ingi.viiauiys.r auj a
,!, ,1..1 0 cure dinord. rjof the stomach, bilious-
I.a.Iies' Ieck ear in latest styles. . a neJS (.0I1,,iI)alilin !lmi jieildache. Price
lCctoCOc. g k'5eenis. Samples free.
Notice is hereby given that the
approved plat of survey of town
ship 24 S U 1 East has been receiv
ed from the surveyor general for
Oregon, an ! 011 Saturday, MarHi
iGth, 1901, at 9 o'clock, a. m. the
said plat will bf filed in thin office,
and the land embraced therein will
he open to entry on or after that
date for claims settled prior to
September 28, 1893.
J. T. IIkidgks, Register.
Mrs. C. Wolfer. the Home
Healer, will be in Cottage Grove,
Pel). 27 of each month to remain
until the 29th inst. Consultation
free. Terms for personal or absent
. , , .,
treatment very reasonable. Tooth -
ache and headache treated free,
All who are sick are invited to call
and consult me at the Sherwood
Mks. C. Wom'J'.r,
The Home Healer.
Parties desiring lady to go to the
house and sew by the day, should
consult Mrs. O. Fredericksen. Price
$1.00 per day. Telephone No. 113.
Mks. O. Pkkdkkicksen.
Having permanently located in
! Cottage Grove, I will take a few
pupils. Harmony and Thorough
, bass a Specialty. Either German
,or American method,
j Call at residence, North River
Mrs. V. H. Abkams.
IIenron Duv! Co. thedrugcistjWill re-
Increased activity in the various
mining districts throughout
indicates easy money
I , , r . , . ,
UlUl fhl- ID, aim .0VlHli L ill
the east. Daily reports are to the
effect that mining properties are
changing hands with a view to
greater development, and that an
era of prosperity seems to be open
ing up for quartz mining in all
sections. The drift of investments
is largely in the direction of de
veloping promising prospects into
mines, and is therefore along
healthy lines tnat promises much
for the mineral industry. There
is a lull in the sale of big mines,
but smaller capitalists propose to
assume their proportion of the risk
in making big mines out of small
ones. A better condition for the
industry could not be prescribed.
Western Mining World.
A CONVINCING ANSWER.
"I hobbled into Mr. Blackmon's drug
storo one evening," eays Weslo.y Nelson,
of Hamilton, Ga.,"andho asked me to
try Chamberlain's Pain Balm for rheu
matism with which I had suffered for a
longtime. I told him I had no faith in
any medicino as they all failed. He
said : 'Welljif Chamberlain's Pain Balm
does not help vou, you need not pay for
it.' I took a bottle of it homo and used it
according to tho directions and in one
week I was cured, and have not since
been troubled with rheuniatiHiiu" Sold
by Benson Dnua Co,, Cottage Grove.
Lyons & Atpleoatb Drain Druggist.
FOR SALK OR TRADK l'OR COTTAGE
40 acres 24 miles from Mapleton
on Siuslaw river at head pf tide.
Good frame dwelling, orchard in
bearing, 5 acres in cultivation,
ballance good cedar or fir timber
Inquire or write to James Heuien
way, Cottage Grove, Ore.
WAGON FOR SAI.K.
A light zxA wagon with 3 inch
tire for sale or will trade lor stock
or wood cutting. A good bargain.
Inquire of E. F. Smith or at the
Biographical Sketch tff'Mary MeClure
Crow--an Oregon I'loijeer.
Mary MrClure Crow whote ;tiaiilcn
mime mm Kent, wat born Anoint lUth,
1810 i;i Kentucky, h. r father moved to
lt Charlco county, MiMouri in hw in
fancy or early childhood. She was
married Aug nt 8lh, 184a, to John Crow.
In 1835 111 company with her husband
mid five children hc moved to Van
buren county, low 1 where they resided
until tho uprins ..f 1852, when they
started acrosH the plains lo Oregon with
their family of eleven children, arriving
In Multnomah county late in the fall of
the fame year where they 8pent the
winter, removing again the following
npringor summer to Lane county, lo
cating a donation land claim in the Up
per biuelaw Valley, near where Lorano
now stands, and where she died Febru-
Hry ''h, 1901 .
1 ,r8- Cro"' wns t,,c mot,,cr ot t,ve,vo
children, bix boys and six girls, five of
1 whom hn I)recC(, her tQ u'iknown
j beyond. Her husband departed this
! life December 1L', 1809, leaving her a
, widow, and o jhe has remained until
. her death. She leaves seven children
j to mourn the loss of a kind and affection
ate mother. They aro Richard Crow.
15. K. Crow, Wm. K. Cro.v, and J. II,
Crow, living in the vicinity of Loranc,
also Mrs. 1Z. Thompson of Guy,
Wash., Mrs. I.aura S. Kolsom of Junc
tion City, and Mrs. M. E. Brown of
Everett, Wash., the youngest of the
family, who was born in Lane county,
t. regon .
Deceased leaves many grand children,
great grand children, and one great
great grand child.
We tender our sincere thanks to all
who so kindly assisted in taking care of
mother, in her sickness and burial.
A FKIUHTFUI. BLUNDER
Will often cause a horrible Burn,
Scald, Cut or Bruise. Buckien'a Arnica
Salve, will kill the pain and promptly
heal it. Cures Fever Sorce, Ulcers,
Boils, Corns, all Skin Eruptions. Ueet
Pile cure on earth. Only 25cts. a box.
Curo guaranteed. Sold by Benson Daeo
There is a creamery boom on,
extending to all parts of the north
west. New enterprises in this line
are being started and talked of in
many localities. We might fear
an era of over production in the
not far distant future, did we not
know the vastness of the demand
to be supplied in the home markets,
and in the Alaskan and Oriental
trade, and the prospective rapid in
crease of this demand. And then
it must be remembered that the
railroads, with modern methods in
transportation, place our producers
in reach of the Eastern markets
where we can compete on an equal
footing, or even with advantages
inntr favor, owing to the superior
natural conditions prevailing here.
So there is no danger of over pro
duction, if the highest qualities are
aimed at. Pacific Homestead.
WORKING NIGHT AND DAY.,
Tho busiest and mightiest little thing
that ever was made is Dr. King's New
Life Pills. Theso pills change weakness
into strength, listlessness into energy,
brain-fag into mental power. They're
wonderful in building up the health.
Only 23c per box. Sold by Benson Diiuo
The Oregonian states that the
ways and means coramitte of the
legislature had agreed on one gener
al appropriation bill. It carries
items to the amount of $396,380, or
$9,009 more than were allowed for
the same objects two years ago.
The greatest danger from colds and
Ingrippuisthoir resulting in pneumonia.
If reasonable euro is used, however, and
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy taken, all
danger will bo avoided. It will euro a
cold or an attack of lagrippo in less timo
than any other treatment. It Is pleas
ail); and safe to take. For sale by Benson
f)uq Co., Cottage Grove. Lyons it
Ai'i'liiiqATE Drain Drnggisti1.
wanted. -Capable, rullablo person in
every county to represent largecompany
of solid financial reputation ; $030 salary
per year, payable weekly , $8 per day ab
solutely sure and all expenses; straight,
bonadldo salary, no commission j salary"
paid each Saturday anil expense money
advanced each week. STANDARD
HOUSE, 331 DpAKDQicf St., Chicago.