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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1901)
Tlllt CONI'KDKKATK flt'V.
The Confederate Spy was played
here Friday night, to a fiilr sized
audience in Martin's lull, by local
talent from Eugene, under the au-
Hplccs of .Co. A. The company is
entitled to much praise for the
mitnncr In which (hey handled
their respective parts, and the au
(Hence demonstrated their appre
ciation hy hearty applause at the
proper moments. Messrs. Kauff
tuau, Chan. Griffin, Arthur Stubling
and MissSlua Orrell took the lead
ing parts which they sustained
with credit. The sour and dance
specialty by little Misses Alta and
Vera Hasthatn wan neatly executed.
The song specialties by Miss Fuller
was thoroughly appreciated by the
nudlcticc. After the performance
nn Informal dancing party was
held in the hall.
l'rlday as Hake Stewart and son
Mac accompanied by n young boy
by the name of H rooks were driving
in town, the wagon tongue came
down just opposite the depot,
frightening the team, which made
n dash to get away. On reaching
. the side street opositc Hobt.
Griffin's residence the team turned,
throwing the three occupnts of the
wagon into the street. Mac was
thrown on his head and face in the
crushed rock, breaking his nose
and bruising his face severely. An
ugly gash was cut in the scalp of
young 1) rooks while Hake escaped
with only a few bruises. The team
broke loose from the wagon and
were captured in the lower part of
A public meeting of the business
men and citizens of Cottage Grove
will be held at 8 o'clock, Monday
evening, May 20, in the city hall
to make arrangements for celebrat
ing the 4th of July. We under
stand that Kugenc will not cele
brate this year and Cottage Grove
should put forth an extra effort in
celebrating the 4th of July as her
prospects arc good for securing a
large crowd on that day. Remcm--Sltfef
thWSte Monday even ingrMny
Sunday evening about 8 o'clock
nu alarm of fire was turned in, which
was quickly rsspouded too by the
Iiaclc and Rescue hose teams. The
Eagle company was on the scene of
conflagration in a few minutes af
ter the alarm was given, which
proved to be nothing more than a
burning chimney. Considerable
excitement was caused by the ring
ing of the fire bell, the streets being
crowded a few minutes N after the
ularm was given,
Constable Henry Wagner re
ceived a phone Saturday from the
sheriff of Hcutou county, describing
one John Stone who was wanted for
embezzlement. Mr. Wagner suc
ceeded in locating his man with
very little difficulty and took him
back to the authorities in Corvallis
011 Sunday afternoon's train.
The C. M. A. boys gave a social
party Saturday night in the, Ma
sonic hall. About forty young
people were present. The time was
spent in playing social games until
n late hour, when they all repaired
to their homes, after enjoying a
. NKW SIGN BOARDS.
Two new sign boards have ar
rived at the depot tor the S. P. Co.
The new boards bear the city
name, elevation and distance from
here to San Francisco and Portland,
and will tuke the place of the old
"Cottage Grove Letnati" sign.
The tie train which has been in
operation here 011 the S. P. Co's
road for the past three or four
months hauling ties to, and dis
tributing from the burnitizlng and
creosotlng plant located at Latham
will suspend operations this week.
SOLD HIS INTEREST.
Ulysls Martin of the firm of Mar
fin Rr Cochran sold his interest last
f . f I - r.. 1 -a lttcl
WCGh u im. -
ness on Main street to John Cochran
it,vyho vl)l cotitiiiue the business.
aa 4i titA itrm s 1111 iiiLLiiE uuat
The public school of this city
classes today lifter a successful term
of nine mouths. The following
program will be rendered at Mar
tiu'ii hall 011 the respective dates:
Friday evening, May 17th.
Concert Recitation, isl grade.
Rainbow Rose Drill,. 1st grade.
Our Young Patriots. 2d and 3d
Geography Exercises, , grade,
Pnutoniinc, 5th grade.
Duct, Chester Vandeuburg and
A Day in Europe, 7th grade.
Chorus, 8th grade.
Recitation, Eva Chamberlen.
Indian Drill in three parts from
Longfellow. 1st part, Peace Pipe,
and part, Calling of Day-Star. 3d
part, The Dance.
Saturday night, May 18th High
Invocation, Rev. L. D. Meek.
Song, Mrs. Scott and Mrs. Cox,
Messrs. White and Aubrey.
Oration, Transition of Woman,
Oration, Character, Horace
Song, Misses Martin, Hart and
Recitation, "An Order for a
Picture," Elvira Dorward.
Class. History 1901, Roy Hemen
way. Valedictory, "We Launch To
night, Where Shall We Anchor?"
Address to class, Dr. Chas. Frci
del. Presentation of diplomas, County
Song, Mrs. Scott. Mrs. Cox,
Messrs. White and Aubrey.
The base ball game Friday, be
tween the Bohemia team of this
city and the Rambler team of Eu
gene, was an exciting game from
start to finish. The Eugene team
'ml, - - - wv .V- imt"
won by a score of r5 to 17. It was
the first match game played by
either team this season. Doth
nines are in need of practice as
they are capable of playing much
better ball than was witnessed here
Friday. A return game will be
played at Eugene Sunday. The
Bohemia team will be greatly
strengthened in this game by the
addition of two or three new men.
The following was" the line-up of
the two nines.
McFarlaud c Faust
lleunett p Hayes
Hemen way lb Knox
McQueen 2b Starr
F. Blair 3b Withrow
Harms ss Brandstetter
Leonord 1 f Gilstrap
B. Blair c f Courtwright
Griffin r f Willowby
Tohti Trunnell broucht to the
Nugget office this week live hand
some apples in a good state of pres
ervation. They arc of the Canada
Red variety, and John says they
smell loudly of prosperity. He
says it is due to Christian Science
and the present administration
faith and protection. Apples
like these this time a year would
be hard to find.
The Cottage Grove Electric'
Light Co. have a force of men at
work on their lines in this city.
New noles are being set and old
ones straightened and reset, which
adds greatly to the appearance of
the lines, as well as to the streets
through which they pass.
MOVKD TO COMSTOCK.
Joseph Schlee and family left
this week for Comstock where
they will make their future home.
Mr. Schlee moved his restaurant
and household effects and confec
tionery and grocery business to
that place where he will continue
FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION.
Suits cleaned and pressed from
$2.25 and up according to texture.
Prices in proportion per single gar
ment. Eugene Steam Cleaning
and Dyeing works, ueo. u,,
All About Yoli.
Bert Wood wa In Kugotio Tuesday 011
0. M. Collier of Eugeno spent Momlny
J. K. MnKibboti wan 111 Eugene 0110
day hist week.
T. W. Jenkins was in Kugcuo Monday
Mayor H. M. Vealeh was In Eugene
last week 011 bouillons.
J, M. Howe of Eugene xpent Wednes
day Ihto on bulncs.
Win Wilson of Pleasant Hill was in
town Suturdiiy 011 bimines?,
Chas, Coclirnn was up from Eugene
mid spent it few days hero this week.
Miss Arta Lewis returned to Eugene
last week after 11 few weeks vitit in tills
Curtis Harris, nrinclnnl of tho nuhlle
schools at Creswell spent Sunday in
Geo. Thompson who resides n few
tulles west of town lius been granted 11
pension of $0.
Mrs. Dr. ficlilecf returned from K11
genu last Thursday after several days
spout In thm elty.
C, 1). Clements went to Salem on
Monday's t rid 11 to attend tho urnnd
eourt Forresters of America.
II. II. I'etrio returned from Drain
Sunday, where hit has been the past
weeK on proiessioiim outiness.
F. J. Hard arrived tin from Portland
Monday nluht and left on Tuesday
morning for tho Bohemia mines.
w.. .o vw.t. nun niiu 1- . 1 ,i--4 .1..
week from 1,1 11 11 county where they have
been visiting with relatives and Irlends.
ftnrrv llnnlmr linm! Itnitr tnonrtr tnr
tho Itooth-Kelly Lumber Co. was up
from Eugene Friday to witness the ball
Wlnfleld Jlenuett rn mo lit) from Eu
gene Friday mid vIhUmI over Saturday
anil Sunday with his pKrents in tills
Paul Johnson was in town u few days
this week on his wnv home from Eu
gene whero ho has been attending
MrK A. Smith and dauchter. Miss
Mabel, and M rs. Aaron Rose of Iloeeburx,
were In the eity Sunday to consult Dr.
Miss Nina Ostmnder. postal telegraph
operator at Eugene eiitno up Saturday
nltcrnoon to visit with her parents, re
John Wallaro and Dave Markly left
las- Thursday afternoon for Northern
Cnllforulu whero thev eoto heln con
struct dredgers for mining operations.
Mrs. S. J. Efch. sister of Attorney J.
C. Johnson and Miss Jennie Pont!,
sister of Mrs. J. U. Johnson arrived
from WoodbuniTuesduvona two week's
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putt-twoTruckt returned homeMtnday'
Mrs. O. M. Lister of Euceuo who hml
Iwen spending tho week with hor
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. fl. Davidson of
tins eitv, returned homo lust butiinluy
IS. W. Emmerson and sons expeet to
leave about the first of tho month for
Luke count v where thev will snend the
summer on .Mr. Emerson s larm tuklnir
e4iro of tho crop.
0. J.Howard, pnitmater of Cottage
Grove anil editor and publisher of the
Bohemia Nuggut, was in Salem yester
day, returning to his homo on last
night's overland. Tuesday 'a Statesman.
John Pitcher and family lnlt lust week
via Portland for Eastern Oregon whero
they will make their future home. Mr.
Pitcher sold his farm on How river
where ho has resided for tho pust eight
or ten years.
0 A. Coats and wlfo returned from a
short wedding tour to Portland on Mon
riav. They will remain a few days in
this city, when thev will go to tho Bo
hemia mines where Mr. Coats has an
extensive tunneling contract.
Joe Wicks was in from Star yesterday.
He says everything is lively in Bohemia
lili es, He is helping to put In a 1000
foot tunnel on the Lloyd mine which Is
backed hy Ilos'ou capital. They ex
pect to striko it rich. Eugene Iteglstor.
Mrs. A. It. Atkins mid Miss Fay loft
for Cottage Grovo Wednesday to make
tholr futuro homo, Mr. Atkins will
follow in a few dnvB. Mr. Atkins has
purchased n cigar and confectionery
store there and will make that his fu
ture homo. Ind 'peiulence Enterprise.
W. P. Ely, of Kelso,. Wash., editor
and publisher of the Cowlitz Valley
Journal arrived hero Tuesday. Mr. Ely
is accompanied by It. W. Welch of the
same city. They expect to leavo inn
few days for tho Bohemia disti let where
Mr. Ely has extensive mining Interests,
Valuablo mining property in Bo
hemia for sale. Jerome Knox and Co.
Lewis & Yeateh aro encasing their
show windows which adds to -tho ap
pearnnco of their store.
Aro you a farmer? Jerome Knox, & Co
will sell you a farm or several farms to
suit your convonionae.
U. S, Martin this week purchnsed of
J. 0. Cochran and wlfo and Chas.
Cochran, lot 1 and east K lot2blk4in
Long fe Landers' addition to Cottage
Grove for a consideration of $700.
Geo. Lea started his rock crusher
Tuesday, on the Cochran point,
and is now busy crushing rock to
complete his contract for graveling
Main & Wall street's. Teams aro
at woak hauling the rock and dis
tributing it on the streets. When
the work is completed Cottage
Grove can boast of having one of
the finest streets in t,J)e state.
1 .(idles crash skirts from COcts to $2.00.
Geo. Griffith for prices on cleaning
A now invoice of plated ware, clocks,
etc., at Malleoli's.
For ull kinds of fishing tackle call on
Griffin t Veateh, Co.
Toilet articles, Ucnson Drug Co.
Wall paper at Jcnkln's it Lawson's.
A new lino of silverware at Madscn's,
suitable for wedding presents.
Ladles hats, next week at clearance
N. E. Elsen & Son.
House for sale or trado. Inquire of
Wheeler & Scott.
A larzo assortment oftbn izrent tnv.
oritcs. Posttim, Caramel and Fig Prune
Cereals, at Cummings.
Willi nuper from 7 cents per double
roll and up at Jenkins & Lawson's.
'When you want to catch trout hnv
your flics of Grlffln & Vcaich Co.
A carload of wall naner lust Jccelved
at Jcnkln's & Lawson's.
Look at those souvenlrsnoons at Mad-
sen's. Something new and nice.
Suits! Suits!! Tailor nindn hiiIIr! ! t
Up to date in everv respect, from 115 ut.
Cull and see samples.
If votl want nnvthlni In tho Una of
pruulngshears call on Griffin . Veateh Co.
Stationery, pens, pen holders, and
tienclls of every description at Benson
Stationery, the best in the market, to
be found in Cottage Grove, at Benson
Sportsmen rememhcrGrifflnit Veateh.
Co.. carry the finest lines of snortlnir
goods in South Lane Co.
Lndiei. don't liii v vour snrlnir hat till
you sec N. E. EUca & Son. New line
We have on hand a lance stork of
kiln-dried flooring, celling and rustic In
grades 1 2 and 8. Let us make you
1JOOTII-K.KLLY ljVlinr.R uo.
Just received this week a choice va
riety of Indies and Minces fino shoes.
Calf and see them at Cummlng's store.
Thodruc stock of Benson Drue Co. Is
choice, complete, and absolutely the
best in mo market. Try us.
Wheeler & Scott handle the Oliver
Chilled, Syracuse Chilled, Garden City '
Clipper and J. I. Case steel plows. Critic :
Bteol narrows ana rinnet, Jr. cultivators.
Get your prescription filled at Benson
Drug Co, Pure drugs, of superior
Moro than 500 different patterns of
wall paper to select from at Jcnkln's &
A car load of ' Columbia River cedar
shingles for sale by Jenkins & LaWson.
Go to Geo. Bohlman's tailor shop
JVlirtftb jetkaodsee-j-his fall. Iines-of
samples una goods. lie can pjuaspyoii
in any style or line you may desire.
Only the best drugs In tho market at
Benson Drug Co. Bring your prescrip
tions. Wc have just received a carload of
wagons which we nought dnectlrom the
factory saving middle men's commission.
If you want a wagon you will get the
pro'llt by calling on
Wheeler & Scott.
Di-nr K00 rulft nnttfrnfi nf wall nnnpr to
choose from and more on the way, nt
Jenkins & Lawson's.
Hats! hats! hats! Our prices and
styles are right.
i. 11,. ivise.i & on.
If you want a tent, wagon cover, awn
ing or hammock call on
Wheeler & Scorr.
. Fresh candies every day, made from
pure sugar at tho Tailor shop.
Try a Sunday dinner at the Imtehial
Hotel. Served from 12 m.to 1:30 p
m. and up to dato in ull respects.
Savo money by buying your shoes and
clothing at '
i. r,. ,lsea a no.v.
Everybody, to call and tee our stylish
hats und low prices.
IS. i.,LSEAec SOX.
Pnilni rcrtfltA fnr sain nnv ntnniint. In
quire at tliis ollice.
Porfumes, the best to be had, Beuson
Ladies and childrcns hats: latest
styles and prices that were never
IN. HiLSEA OC OOS.
Geo. Bohlman, the np.to.date tailor,
will show you goods, all shades and all
prices. Think of it. A tailor made
suit for $0 and up! Pants $4 and up.
"It is with a good deal of pleasure and
satisfaction that I recommend Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy," says Drnggist A. W. Saw-
felle, ol Hartford, Conn. "A lady cus
tomer, seeing tho remedy exposed for
Bale on my show case, said to me: 'I
really believe that medicine saved my
llfo the past summer while at the shore,'
and she became so enthusiastic over its
merits that I at onco mado up my mind
to recommend it in the future. Recently
a gentloman cumo into my store so over
come with colic pains that he sank a
once to the floor. I gavohini ajdoso of
this remedv which helped him. I re
peated the dose and in fifteen minutes
lie left my store smilingly informing me
that ho felt as well evor." Sold by
Bknsov Druq Co., Cottage Grove. Lyons
COATS-HAWLEY Mr. Colos A. Coats
and Miss Flora O. Hawlevot this city,
in Eugene, Thursday, May 10, 1001,
' Dr, D . E. Loyoridgo officiating.
Will be continued for a few days until our NEW STOCK
arrives. We arc slaughtering prices in these goods for
wc have only a few days left to close them out. If you
want bargains give us a call.
flECUUn PRICES PUB CUT PRICE TO CLOSE.
Menu IlatH 75c, $1.0011.25, "
$1.60 up to $2.00 Your choice now 25c to $1.00.
XKoo.' ,OC'-,125 Up t0 Your choice for 75c.
Children Soc-Regular Choice 50c
prices up to $1.75.
The above prices are a
in the way of cutting prices
quite a variety oiouqs ana cnas at greatly reduced prices.
R. W. NEWLAND.
W. S. ClIRISMAN.
The Fashion Stables
Glrrisnmi) & Bas, proprietors.
First-CIass Turnouts, Double or Single
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
UP TO DVTE"
Wheeler & Scott
Dealer in general merchandise has now a well selected stock of choice
family groceries which he is selling at lowest living prices. He is also
offering special values in gents furnishing goods, men and boys shirts,
underwear, gloves, etc., all atgreatly RKDUCED PRICES. Bargains in
Ladies, Misses and Childrcns Shoes.
In addition to regular stock he is now offering the balance of the
Schuller stock of shoes at less than cost.
Everybody cordially invited to call and get prices.
I have for sale some PURE BRED Black Minorca Eggs, also some
PURE BRED Pekin Duck Egg.
Price, SI. OO per Setting".
Address, Q R PRICE,
CRESSWELL, - OREGON".
Siring and Summer Styles
We would be pleased to have you
call and inspect them.
Best values for least money.
N-JSIFLAXD'S Millinery Store,
COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON.
Tho 1000 assessment rolls are now
open for tho payment ot taxes.
w. w. withers,
Sheriff pi Laii&Countv, Ore.
sample of what we are doing
in these goods. We have 13!
roprietors of the Bohemia j
Black. Butte Stage Lines.
ARE JUST THAT
ball-bearing and High-grade Vertical
Feed and three underfeed machines.
Prices to suit.
For sale' by
Music Lessons v-
rr On the Piano.
A late Graded German Meth
od of Music is now being taught at
the C. P. Manse by.
Mrs. 3L.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
If troubled by a weak digestion, loss
of appetito, or constipation, try a few
doses of Charaberlajn's' Stomach and
Liver Tablets. Every box warranted.
For sale by Bbnbon Drvq Co.,