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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1901)
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C. J. HOWARD, EDITOR.
rntereJat tht porteOre at OrtUft Orart,
Orf n Sew4 din buH rat4-r.
ttrrfptlB price. OM.SO, In a-lattr.
Advertising- rmtvt rm kua P
Feiday, March 29, 1901.
The Boers still seem to have con
siderable of a twist in the tail of the
British Hon, and the shaggy mon
ster -is kept guessing.
SOL ABRAHAM DEAD.
Sunday's Oregonian: Sol Abra
ham. of Rosebure. died from the
effect of an amputation at Good
Samaritan hospital at 2 o'clock
yesterday morning. He was 73
years old. From a seller of wares
which he packed on his back from
farm to farm in pioneer times, he
became, by industry and attention
to business, one of the leading mer
chants of Southern Orecon. He
leaves an estate worth $150,000.
Though prominent locally in re
publican politics, Mr. Abraham
was but once, in 1894, a delegate to
a state convention. He held but
one office, that of trustee of the
If a man bad a ton of ore rich
as Albert Ziniker's here on exhibit
at 'Hrniwirav HurltlioWer's
,tor.. which comes from the Ve- Oregon Soldiers' Home, from 1S97
citrine mine, he wouldn't need to 10 l899-
worry about the continuation ol tne B . wa. of a reminder to the good
pa) streak. ladies who have taken such active
., i.7ttl t jand commendable interest in the
The man who thinks he can do I
, ... . . .. - I free reading room of this city it
.... .Imieht benell to bear in mind that
as wen iry 10 sen gooas uy "Jci ....... ...
f . . j I Carnegie is in the library donation
nickle-m-the slot process, depend-1 . 6 ......
Jnrr rn i(nmore tf rrtm alnncr
...... , I do something might result in some
and shove in their montr and ae-l " "
cept what thej get.
At the mass meeting Monday
evening the following were placed
in nomination for city officers to be
voted or at the city election next
Monday: Mayor. R. M. Veatch
recorder, X. S. Martin; Council
man. 1st ward. H. Wynne: 2nd
ward, Oliver Veatch; 3rd ward,
V. C. Johnson; treasurer, Hetbcrt
L Now all
I financial aid to our local institution
I and not break the donator either.
In lliCfprinc time senile Annle .
There's, swell In the buck yard
Aim! a a odor in our city
That hits the stranger hard.
I:s an argument for sewerage
Rut there isanotherptan;
Yoe can go to the New Kra Drug Store
And you mar buy n can of Chloride
Its very fine
Take it in time
Don't kea dollar
To cave a dime.
Call mriy ami avoid the rush .
ISrehaut fc AW on, Xew lira
Telegraphic dispatches announce
that a good "flow of natural gas"
lias been found over in Polk county.
It could be said with much truth
fulness that a large flow of the
same stuff' was conspicuous in
Marion county only a few weeks
The Southern Pacific Company,
already one of the largest con
sumers of crude oil on the coast is
steadily increasing its demands.
The company is now constructing
A representative of the Eastern
Milliner Miss E. Saltzmau, will be
in this city, at the Sherwood Hotel,
on March 28, 29, 30, 1901, with a
The Southern Pacific Railway
Company has ordered a 16 mile ex-
at the Oakland pier, large tanks for complete line of Millinery, Trimmed
th storape of oil to be used bv its Hats. Sailors, etc., which will be
" ... ... ...
steamers. The tanks will be of P,u al reasonaoie prices.
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UUU UU.U IUUU3UIIU3 I jjjPKRIAL MOTEL.
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1 ui iKirri? ui lur iiii. i ncv win i K I - r . . r ...
.uanairer r. u. narav win 111 a
tension 01 tne Urancn. ine ex- consiruciea so mat me sieamers few days have everything in readi
tension will be from Natron into a may lie alongside, throw a hose ness to open ,his new faot , f
section where the big timber grows, into tne tanu and draw oil enough. accoraniodatioii of the traveling
xvnere a jarge saw mm win oe uei 10 mi mc storage vai on uuaru. pubijc uis commercial
erected this coming season, pre- rooms are the best and
sumable by the Booth-Kelly Lum- ,..... . . thecitv
To do lustice to vour Dhvsician I "ctiij.
ber company. . - ' - -
dttu ui kite MUic ituic iciicvc iuc i j.q ORGANIZE
the puuenng 01 ine sick, 10 mucn con- State Demitv A. G. Ahrendi fr
1 - .
cannot De given tne hi MnA itmihorinuut a
II1C tOUl- l nccisfwl tw niir tnipMem.ii T T?
Wheeler, are making a canvas this
Down in sunny Alabama
other daj-, a terriffic tornado swept sideration
the state and death followed in its quality of drugs used in
wake. Here in Oregon we are ex- pom-ding of prescriptions. Benson
penencmg a little Marcn weather. un-S uo. laces particular pains in wcek witb the view 0f organizing a
Aiewaaysoi com rain with some ""-mibciioh 01 me uesi arugs in jotjge 0f ti,;s Brotherhood here.
. 1 . 1 - . , . -. . . I .t . 1 1 . .. . t. I 0
snow in me nigner auuuaes and luaiwi, aim icamc iuc uctcs They are meeting with much di
still some of our good people find sity of careful attention to all pre- couragement and expect to organ
occasion 10 grumDie at the climatic senpuons. neraeraorr me piace ;ze MQn
characteristics of Old Webfoot. Benson urug io.
aim ill iiiui in in - - - ' -a y
i T.TnvVs Lurch S
I A Great Reduction
Ladies, Misses and Childrcns
Jackets and Capes.
Call early for Bargain8
i Lurch's Lurch s
A SHOE THAT IS WUK.N uv
All Fashionable Lafe.
.til Mall Oriler
T. A. GILBERT.
Dyeing & Cleaning Ms.
I'KICE I.I8T roil CI.KANISO:
rRICK USTltJR KVEIXU:
ti ro. up.
To The PUBLIC!
Are You Wanting a Heating Stove or a Cook ?
. COME IN AND SEE US "
We are Selling our Heaters at a Ten Per Cent" DISCOUNT
and giving a Good Uig Discount on Cook Stoves. AUo
have a Uig Stock of HARDWARE,
IMPLEMENTS, Etc., to select from.
Come In unit Sre What Ite Jlav for Sale.
Mnil nrschli In proportion.
Prtw pttcrnt, - r)$ tt V' J1-1
I)icH-, .... up.
UEO.E. CJIirriTJI. Aaent.
COTTAOEGICOVE MAUKET KEI'OItT.
Whnt, yae -vr bu,hd.
Oali, 4Uc (cr btulitl
Floor SO to 9V jr ,rk.
Hutltr. Hie tr pouwl.
CTBirj, w i-tr iunil
Ktr. K- (r dozen.
Ilui.. rouulrr, lUi
Chlrkt n. railed. n ' to 13. ilox.
LrJ. 0c per ounl.
WHAT'S VOUR FACE WORTH?
Sometime a fortune, but nover,
The warstamo on bank checks
.n,inr.v;ci.nn.nn.i,. ,...r w., .Mrs. u. u oner. me noine
ju'i "aiB "ecu iiLHjusiieu as a i diced look, moth patches anil UlotrlieM on the 27 of each month to reraaii
means ol raising a war revenue. V,""'K"tf" 29th inst. Consultation
The last fiscal year shows that iso - Skin. Ron v Cheek. Kich Conmlexion. Mree. Terras lor personal or absent
000.000 checks rjassed thronp-Ii the 0ll'y 25cents at Bexaox DbcoCo'u Urui; treatment very reasonable. Tooth-
, a e, lt... 1 1 . . . i-
1 -j.viv. 1 ,ir.iit- iifi iir?iinr-iif. rrpnipi ir
All who are sick are invited to call
banks, each bearing a two-cent
stamp, yielding a revenue of 7,cfoo,
000 to the government.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
The new Oregon school law pro
Tides that "no contract shall be
made with any teacher who is re
lated by blood or marriage within
the third degree to any member of
the school board without the con
currence of all the members of the
board, by a vote duly entered on
the deck's record of proceedings."
At the mass meeting of the citi
zens of Cottage Grove last Monday
night much time was consumed in
the discussion (?) of the bond issue.
Several citizens occupied the floor
from ten to thirty-flve minutes and
with one or two exceptions, they
could have been seated on points of I
order in fact they talked about
everything else and nothing in par
ticular, other than to occasionally
give the present city council a few
digs in the ribs, which was bad
taste to say the least.
The 1900 assessment rolla are no
open for the payment of taxes.
W. V. Withers,
SherifTof Lane Coiintv, Ore.
M All JUKI).
DAVIDSOX-MCQUEE.V At Biirna,
Ore., Jlarch 5, 1801, Jlr. Sol Uavitlw.n
and Miss Mae Jlctjur-en.
Mr. and Mrs. Davidson are well and
favorable known in this vicinity, and
the Nugget joins with their many
friends in winning them a happy and
prosper life in their new home.
HART In this citv Friday, March 22,
1001, to the wife of S. II. Hurt, a daugh
me at the Sherwood
Mrs. C. Wolpkr.
The Home Healer.
.waving permanently located in
Cottage Grove, I will take a few
pupils. Harmon and Thorough
Bass a Specialty. Either German
or American method.
Call at residence, North River
Mrs. W. H. Abuaiis
Spring and Summer Styles
RIGG8 At Saginaw, Ore.. Mondav,
March '25, 1001, the infant child of
Mr. and Mrs. Boy Riggs,
CHURCHILL At her home In Oakland,
Oregon, March 22. 190I, Mm. Kate
Churchill, wife of John Churchill
ouetl about 07 yeais, after h lingering
"Aunt Kate" as she was familiarly
known, was widely known throughout
this county and was generally beloved
We would be pleased to have you
call and inspect them.
Best values for least money.
XEirX.AXn'8 Millinery Store,
SchlefTUuiluin?, Main St.
COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON.
Crop indications for the coming to' her kindly manners, charitable deeds
cereal vear never were hefr in nnu Jna"y nomo womanly attributes.
. . ,. . ., , She was a grand pioneer Iadv of this
Oregon. According to the report ,otinty amla ,,,.,, at)l, twoU
cnn( if 4 f 1 r. T1.niii4maiif rC A .w.m.1 I ... .
,..w ui.iiaitiui.iu ... jbin.ui- survive ner. tunerai services were
ture from the local weather Bureau, held at Oakland yesterday and a large
March 1, Oregon winter wheat is concourse of loving friends followed the
in excellent condition, coming up ,a,ina to',c,,r I""1 re8ting PIaco--
4- a ..i '1 Roseburg riaindealer.
U DIUIJU KWU , UI1U I - '
A FIENDISH ATTACK.
An attack was lately mado on C. F.
Collier of Cherokee, Iowa, that nearly
proved fatal. " It came through his kid
neys. Ills back got so lame he could
being well rooted, while hijt very
little damaged by rain or frosts.
What little has been damaged lies
on low land, and even that is dam
aged but slightly. The growth,
by reason of the cool weather, has
been rather slow.
The First National Bant
CoTTAGB GROVl?, OrR.
Paid up Capital, $25,000.00
Headache often results from a dis
ordered condition of the stomach and
constipation of tho bowels. A dose or
two of Chamberlain's Stoinah and Liver
Tablets wj II correct these disorders nnd
cure the headache. Sold by Uo-uo.v
Money to loan on approved security.
Exchanges sold, available any
not stoop without great pain, nor sit in nlace in theIInited States.
a chair nxcept propped liv cushions. No
remedy helped him until he tried Elee- Your ItiiHlnr.HH in SnHnltti.
ine outers which ciiccteii such a won
derful change that he writes he feels like
a new man. This marvelous medicine
cures backache and kidney trouble,
purines 1110 wood ami DullU
health. Only 50c at Benson
wAxrKD. Capablo, reliable perron In
every county to ronrcsunt larcocomnanv
n"1' yn"r ol Boll(1 "nnncial reputation ; $930 salary
JJitUO Co 0 per vear, payable weekly ; $3 perday ab
solutely sure nnu an expenses; straight,
Watch for tho I'onrtli Heuiment Hand noid o.m-U Rntnnlnv nn mii mm
mammoth minstrel narade at 8:30 Aflvaiir-o.l t,u-, ivoi- CT.tMHAiffi
o clock, Friday afternoon April 5th. HOUSE, 334 Dearborn St., Ciiicaoo.
Successor to B. F. PHILLIPS,
All kinds of Produce bought
at the highest market values.
Call and 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
Clea;i, and having had years
of experience in business, we
assure you the very best goods
the market affords, and the
lowest possible prices
Remember the place: Phillips'
old stand, Cottage Grove, Ore.
Right to the POINT.
As' the old maid said when
she kissed the dwarf.
That is just the case with
The New EraS
The most simple, practical and durable
Typewriter on the market at any price.
Ask for catalogue.
! PRICE $35. E. L. KING.
General Agent for Oregon, Washington and. Idaho. Albany, Ore.
re Yoa Buy a Piano or an Organ
v It will pay you to write
Eiler's Piano House
OFFICE: 351 Washington St., Portland, Or.
We are the great profit killers and pi:ino price regulators of the
Northwest, and with our special fa ilities ran sell a fine pinuti or organ
for less money than yon can get them elsewhere. Write today. Cata
logues for the asking.
Our stock includes the three greatest American pianos the Kim
ball, the Checkering and the Weber--together with other good tnakci.
INVESTIGATE OUR NI5W
Easy Payment Plan.
Eiler's Piano lonse.
Or call on MRS. E. D. Bkck, Ical Representative, Cottage Grove, Or.
Drop in and sun Us. . . .
Everything Fresh and up to Date.
Prescriptions Carefully Com-'
pounded night or day.
Brchaut & Nelson.
The New Era Drue: Store.
We arc now prepared to furnish
all kinds of Brackets, Mouldings,
Cornice, Sash and Doors, Door and
Window frames, Screen Doors,
Windows, Pickets, etc.
Woodwork of all kinds made and
repaired. We will also work Floor-
mg, itusuc, Diuing, veiling, or
size Studding, etc.
SHOP NEAR S. P. DEPOT
Itellr.blo man for Manager of llrnnch Offlco
we with to 0111 In ttili vicinity, I fyonr record
10. K. here in an onnortunltv. Klndlv Hvn
good reference when writing.
The A.T.MORRIS Wholesale House,
Illustrated catalogue 4 ct. etnmpi,
ftoriCK i?ot runuc.vno.v.
United States Luni! Oflleo,
ltOTfbiirif, Ore. Doc. :-, 1000.
Notice in iirvby olven Hint In com
pllunee with tho provisions of th act
of congrMHof Jiinu !J, I87K. entitled "An
uct for tho halo of timber !ml In lh
StntCH o Cullfornln. Oregon, Nemdli,
and "hliigtoii Territory ?' n oxttmloj
to all tho Public Land Htnte by act of
AiiiniKt 4, 1802, Mra. Annlo Welin, of
lt.lliri.nn miiiiiI.. .1 Y o. . .
Ron, litis this dHy filed In thin office her
nworn HtBleiiiont No. 1360. for the pur
cl.ti.o or tho SU H of 8rct.on No. 10 In
rownjldp No. i'Or, Rm.j-eNo. 7AV, .ml
will oflur proof to allow that the land
sought Is uioro vnlunble for its timber or
stone t Imn for Agricultural purposes, and
tpestnb ish Iiit claim tosnld land bifor.
thri Itcelster nnil Hecelverof this offlw
ut ItoHulnirtr, Orejroii on Friday, the 8th
day of Mnrch, 1001. "
Slid nanus an wltncsapa ;
JnmoH N. Itiintllo, II. Hnni Bern;,
slrom, George W. Uiecdliig, II. 0. Han
non, of Kugciie. Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely tho nbovcdcserlbcd lamia are
requested to fllo their clnlmn In this
iooi 0,1 or 10 ",M 6lU dft' of M,rc,
J. T. lliiiDurs, IUglster.
TAN BARK WANTED.
2oo cords of Hemlock bark wanted
at Hnine'H Tannery; Eugene, Ore
gon. We will pny$7.oo per cord
on board cars nt Cottage Grove or
Walker station. For information
write or coll on W. W. Haines &
Co., Eugene, Oregon,