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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1901)
The Prospwoui Business Men
of Cottage Grove Advertise In
the Nugget. ,
Bring Yotir Job Work to th
Nuzeet Job Office.
Devoted to the Mining, Lumbering and Farming Interests of this Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake.
Cottage G-rove, Oregon, Friday, June 14k, 1901.
J. E. YOUNG
am4 on Wtlii lret, Wl l
Cottaok ,Gkovk, Okh.
J.' a JOHNSON and P. G. KIIV
A itorneys and Counselurs-at-Law
ixoUUtUnllon kItoii In JllnlliK, Oiriorullon
nd Morrmitllo Ijiw.
. Oflli oru (Unncti A Xwlinrttnr.
COTTAGK GROVE, ORE.
J. S. MEDLEY
Attorney -at-Law o o o
:-Offlc on Mln street :
Cottaci: Gkovk, Okk.
Prompt lttitlon rM lo MIiiIiiic Ilmlncm.
Cottaok Gjtovi!, Okh.
L. L. STEVENS
Atlorncy-ut-Law o o o
lelil attention llreu to lllliltm llutlneni
, cnit iVillgf IIoik.
UKLXU W. TIIOXranM Cllt. t. IUBIT.
THOMPSON & HARDY
Attorney and Counselor s-at Law
HpUI tllentlon nlrn to in Uw of Minn,
L. T. HARRIS
Attorney and Connselor-nt-laic
BiUl utttnllun tlrtn to the law ' Jllnet.
ttrit National Hunk HitlMlnjr.
. je v & m u l k ass a rs. ,
Bmpl by null rerolve prom it attention.
FRANK P.. WHITE,
coitaok anovK. oitu.
0 Ira with Jracf lleinenwy, Mulnit.
Jits. Kilhcrlne Sclilccf, M. D.
Disuses of Women anil Children
COTTAOK GKOVK, OKK.
D. J. GOVER
Prospector and Mine Locator.
For Information on Bohemia
Mining District write me.
peUl Atuutloti Olven to CorrMpomlence
MRS. PET SANFORD'S
For Fashionable Dressmaking.
COTTAGK GUOVM, OKM.
T.' W. BENTLY,
The practical Boot and Shoe maker,
located one door west of the Bohe
Repairing neatly and quickly done
and. satisfaction guaranteed. Call.
BARKER & PERMIN
nnALi:ua ih kink
WINKS, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
Mlnitret, Oottnifo (Irova, Ore.
W. H. SMITH
Proprietor of the ALHAMBRA
CHOP HOUSE, near depot.
Cottaok Gkovk, Okk.
Short orders day and night. Every
thing first-class and the best the
ELITE o Shaving o Parlor
Cottaok Grovjs, Oku.
GEO. E. GRIFFITH, Prop, '
We arc offering all of our Ladies and metis Shoes, in fine, medium
mid heavy grades at actual cost. . : : Some of them in good
wearers at 50c, 75c and $1 per pair. We will sell you the cheapest
allocs you ever bought. : : ; : : Only three items reserved.
Eakin & Bristow
"Note Our Prices on This Line
Every Article Represents
a lew Saying to Ton.
$1.25 Line ,
90c to 85c
" S II HIT WAISTS
65c to 60c
; S1IIIIT WAISTS
Cash buyers are always ready for
low quotations. We do not claim
tunc we are the cheapest people
but we do claim that the quality of
goods we sell, are sold for less
money than you can buy them elsewhere.
Our line of Prints and Percale
nreAthe best grades fromjthc chea
est to the highest priced there are
different grades of each kind of
Prints. Our 6c Prints are the best;
Our 7c Prints arc standard, on up
to 15c are the best .
We have a large line and are sold
at uniform profits.. We sell No. 1
bottle of Vaseline 5c, generally sold
at toe, No. 2, for 10, generally sold
for 15c to 20c. Our line of
Syringes arc sold from 20 to 40 per
cent less than the regular retail
price. A good 2-quart Fountain
Syringe for Soc, 3-quart for $1.00.
Whisk Brooms, 15 and 20c, regular
price 20 and 25c. Combs, rubber,
horn, aluminum, celluloid from 5c
to 25c. in fact Our Line of Notions
is sold for less than you can buy
them elsewhere. Buy from us and
save your dime.
New Line in colors Red, Blue
and Black, Polka-dots, 20 and 25c.
Childrcus Red, White and Black,
ana . 11 urv5 ir
Those people who wear the
Hamilton Brown Shoe, say they
are the best Shoes made. It is no
trouble to sell them ' to those who
know the shoe. Be among those
who know a good thing.'
Gaiian fi Hemenway
All Wool. W
Latest t Sj fj
and Styles 'f
find j I
ORIGIN OF A WELL KNOWN
Every one has heard and most
people have used the phrase "he
has a skeleton in his closet." It is
intended by this to convey a hint of
the existence in the family of the
person alluded to of some secret
which it is desirable to keep con
cealed from the public gaze. The
phrase is not peculiar to theEug-
lish tongue, for, somewhat changed
to suit environment, it is found in
almost every language in Europe.
Its first appearance in literature was
in one of those curious collections
of stories which the monks of the
middle ages were fond of making
both for their own amusements and
for the instruction of youth. In
one of these collections, compiled
by an unknown hand about the
middle of the tenth century, there
is a story of a wealthy lady who,
having a secret grief, confided it to
a friend who was apparently a
perfectly happy woman.
She was the wife of a nobleman
who lived in his castle in the south
of France. She and her husband
were outwardly on the most loving
terms. Not a care cloud seemed to
cast a shadow on her path. After
hearing the story of her afflicted
friend the noble lady took her by
the band and led her to a secret
chamber adjoining her bedroom,
there opened the door of a closet
and exposed a skeleton.
"Know my friend," she said,
'no one is happy. Every day I
am forced by my husband to kiss
this grinning death head, which is
that of a gentleman who was my
;husbands rival and whom-I would
have married had not my parents
willed otherwise," Toledo Blade.
DIDN'T MARRY FOR MONEY.
The Boston mnn, who lately married
a sickly rich young woman, is happy
now, for he got Dr. King's New Life
Pille, which restored her to perfect
health. Infallible for Jaundice, liil
iouHness, Malaria, Fever and Agua nnd
all Liver and stomach troubles, (ientle
but effective. Only 25c at 1! ex son Drug
Co'b drtiir store.
A BUSINESS OF BENEFIT Td
EVERY COMMUNITY- REAS
ONS WHY IT SHOULD BE
They are all union made, which
means that they are up-to-date, new
and just what they are represented
to be. A large line of dark suits
$6.00 to $18.00.
And still the immense sale goes
on. We sold more groceries in the
last 30 days than we djd in any 3
months prior, why? because people
learn it is to their interest to do so
try us, we have made reductions
in prices on nearly everything we
have in the grocery line also fruit
Gamin (6 Hemenway
We will sell you clothing, Men nnd Boy's, neat up-to-date suits cheaper than you have ever
bought them in town. Come and see our goods and get our prices before you buy a full line of
Summer Goods, and Ladies Shirt Waists on the same line cheaper than ever.
HEMMWAT & BUEIHOLDEE.
Have you seen the new Pan-
American postage stamp? The
two-cent is red with a center pic
ture of a railroad train labeled un
derneath, "Fast Express." The
one-cent is green in color with a
picture of a steamboat designated
"Fast Lake Navigation." The
four is brown with the picture of
an automobile, and the five is blue
with the picture of bridge at Ni
agara. I he eight has a picture of
a steamboat going through the
locks at Sault Sle Marie, and the
ten, a picture of a big ocean steam
ship under full steam.
A SPRAINED ANKLE QUICKLY
''At one time I suffered from a severe
sprain of the ankle," says' Geo. E. Cary,
editor of the Guide, Washington. Va.
"Af tor using several well recommended
medicines without success, I tried
Chamberlaiti'8 Pain JBalm, and am
pleased to say that relief came as soon
as I began its tueanda completo cure
speedily followed." Sold by Lyons &
Afi'LKOATR, Drain, Be.nso.v Dhuu Co.
H. E. Lounsbury, traveling
freight agent for the Southern Pa
cific Company, was in the city last
Friday and while here arranged for"
a lecture to be delivered by Mr. C
L. Smith on "Dairying and
Mr. Smith is one of the most
thorough men in this line known
in the state of Minnesota, and was
selected by the management of the
Southern Pacific Company for this
work on the basis of his large ex
perience, having devoted sixteen
years to the study and operation of
large dairies and farms. Mr, Smith
does not come representinc anV
thing which he desires to sell, but
purely at the instigation of tile
Southern Pacific Co., with the view
of extending every advantage tor
the farmers and stock raisers of
Oregon, whereby they may profit
in the matter of improvement in
stock, method of handling and in
diversified farming, with the pur
pose of creating renewed interest
and futhering advancement along
those lines, the company knowing
full well the benefit it will ulti
mately derive through increased
In talking about the advances
made in the Willamette valley in
the last year in the creamery busi
ness Mr. Lounsbury imparted the
'Every creamery"!!!' -the wji-
Iamette valley today seems to be en
joying a good business which is in
creasing in volume every month
Take the Ablany creamery for in
stance: Its receipts for 1899 were
$18,347.18, while for the year 1900
the receipts were $27,688.25; an in
crease for the year of $9,451,07.
The fact is the creamery business,
throughout the state has more than
doubled in the last year. The
reason for this is that creamery
butter is now being manufactured"
in sufficient quantities to justify the-
commission men m reachintr out
for outside markets that belong to
us for the asking for them.
"At Brownsville, the re m:ty is
giving very sattstactory results.
In an eight and one-half months
run in 1900, the creamery there
paid out in creamery checks $6,-
588.00, an average of something
over $3 00 per month, and at the
present time the pay roll at Browns
ville is upwards of $1,000 per
month, quite an item in a small
Mr. Lounsbury has implicit
confidence in the outcome of
the dairying and creamery business
in Oregon, expressing the belief
that it will become one of the best
states in the union for these industries.
Diversified Farming and Dairy
ing is the subject of Mr. Smith's
talk next Tuesday. Hear him.
Shelf and Heavy
Dunn's soljd Tree Spray,
Q riff in & Veatch Company.