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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1901)
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'TUB HUNIUHIt CASH'. -
The Minnie milling catnp on
' Adntns Moiiiilalii, Itulictuiii )1h
(rid, will Ikj the scene of activity
tills mimmcr. Hrockiunii Ilolilni
wlio linn been nl (he cIiiIidh the past
y months cninc to town on IniHlneHH
tlicfirKt of (lie week, and from lilm
it in learned Hint Mr. K, S. Love
Incc is cxK!etcd fiotn the cost in a
few days and Hint ns soon as lie or
rives active work will be coin
incnccil. Besides doing ii large
iiiiioiint ,of development work the
company will coiiHtntcl a number
of cabins mid build n good wagon
road frdni the watchotise to the
camp. The company owns n roup
ofclainirt that are destined to be
come one of the bent mines in the
disttict, ami judging from the vim
with which they are commencing
work thin season the lime is not
very far distant when the Sunrise
camp will bn widely known. There
is at present about 500 feet of tint
nel 011 the claims on it monstrous
ledge 30 feet wide, all good milling
DIAMOND KINO CO NT HUT.-
The Hamlin Wizard Oil Show
Company closed a week's engage
ment at the Ojicrn house, Saturday
evening. A feature of the enter
tainment was a voting contest for
the most popular lady; the prize
for the one receiving the greatest
number of votes being a diamond
ring. Miss Maude Blair, daughter
of Col. and Mrs. lllnir of the Slier-
wood Hotel, received fie prize sc
curiug 23,750 votes against 15,000
for Miss Nellie lierry. The coti
.test was very close,up to the last
evening's voting. Upon being
presented with the ting Miss lilair
arose from her seat in the audience
mid extended her thanks to her
many friends who had thus honored
her. She was kept quite busy re
ceiving congratulations and show
ing the ring for a few days.
The prospects for a rjaiining cele
bration here on the coming 41I1 of
July nie growing luigliter every
day. The committees are all earn
cstly at work, developing their
plans, and everyone should lend
them their assistance to the end
that all plans may be carried out to
the letter. Without harmony the
celebration would be a failure, and
Cottage Grove can no more afford
to make a failure in this matter
'Chan 'they could to allow the 4U1
pass and not celebrate. There arc
Iiuiulicds of people in this com
munity who cannot afford to go
away to a celebration and they come
to Cottage Grove expecting to have
n good time and they have never
yet been disappointed, and they
must not be, so let us all pull to
gether and make a grand success of
A ROOD showing.
W. Vt. Edwards arrived down
from Bohemia Saturday evening.
Mr. Edwards has been engaged
doing development work on the
Peek-a-boo and Nevada claims,
and reports that they are showing
up in a most satisfactory manner.
These claims are owned by a Cot
tage Grove company and are loca
ted near the famous Musick mine.
The company purpose doing con"
sidcrable work on the claims this
summer, and from all prospects
thus far the claims promise to de
velop into a rich mine.
TUB SAI.ItM EXCURSION.
The regular annual excursion to
Salem, under the management of
the Brotherhood of Railroad Train
men occurred last Sunday. A
goodly number of Cottage Groveites
availed themselves of the oppor
tunity to spend the day in the
capital city and all report fi pleas
ant time, the trains not being so
badly crowded as in previous years.
No serious accidents, which are so
common on such excursions, have
yet been reported. The returning
train arrived in Cottage Groye at
10:39 p. m.
ALI1ANY WON. ' '
The Albany Rambler base ball
team defeated the Eugene Ramblers
nt Salem Sunday, on a score of 8 to
?. ' i
N. Conger, wlio bus been em
ployed nt the Ilooth-Kclly mills,
while riding around town for pleas
ure yesterday, the horse on which
he was mounted suddenly stumbled
and turned a complete somersault,
crushing its rider pretty badly and
urcaKing ins collar none. lie re
paired to Dr. W, KuykciidiiU's
office and had the fractured bone
set. Mr. Conger had so far re
covered this morning as to be able
to board the overland for Cottage
Grove At Wendling yes
terday morning Aaron Watkins,
employed at the upper camp, fell
against nu ax cutting into his knee.
The wound was quite deep and it
was found necessary to come to the
Hospital wncrc 111s wound was
dressed. He will have a sore knee
fortevcrol days.- Sunday Register.
TO OKA NTS I'AHS.
Sam Bennett the well known
printer, who has been foreman of
the Nugget office for some time
left last Sunday for Grants Pass
where he accepts a position more
remunerative. Mr. Bennett is one
of the most faithful workers ever
employed in this ollicc, and it is the
wisli of his associates that he pros
per and meet with the best of suc
cess in ins new position. Mr.
Winters Wallace is now employed
on tiic XNUggel as local reporter
and any courtesies shown him by
the friends of this paper will be ap
preciated. SUIT I'OH DAMAGES.
B. I' Harvey, by his attorneys
A. C. Woodcock and L. Bilycu
have filed suit for damages in the
Lane county circuit court against
the Orcgoiiiau Publishing Co. in
the sum of $25,000. The suit is
the result of an article published in
the Oicgoniau, Dec. 2, 1900, headed
'A Sickening Travesty Upon
ustice." It will be remembered
that Harvey was the S. P. brake
man who was arrested with Hugh
Patterson in the Winnie Thorn case,
i.n.1 that be was acquitted, while Tat-
tersou was convicted.
CHAS. HII.L FINED.
' Charles M. Hill, formerly post
master at Belknap Springs, who
was found guilty by a jury in the
United States court, a fewdaysago,
by fradulcutly increasing the amount
of stamps canceled at his office, in
order to increase his salary, and
who was granted leave to apply for
.1 new trial, concluded that it was
nut worth while to have one, anci
yesterday wus sentenced by Judge
Bellinger to pay a fine of $100.
LOST his house.
Geo. W. Lloyd had the mis
fortune to let his horse get away
from him while in the hills this
week, and notwithstanding that
several men arc in search of the
animal he has not been found at
this writing. lie was saddled and
bridled and it is feared he will get
hungup in the brush. Mr. Lloyd
returned by stage.
ASSAULT TO KILL.
John Seifcrt of Saginaw appeared
before Squire Vaughn Wednesday
to answer to the charge of attempt
to kill filed by'his son, Henry.
Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Har
ris appeared for the state and Je
rome Knox for defendant. Upon
examination defendant was dis
charged. oi'i'iCKRS elected.
, The following officers have been
elected to serve the ensuing term in
Juventus Lodge No. 48, Knights of
Pythias, Cottage Grove, Ore: T.
W. Jenkins (re-elected), C. C.'; F.
D. Wheeler, V. C; C. J. Howard,
P.;C. C. Cofimah, I. G.; Darwin
Bristow, O. G.
THIC U. S. MAIL HOX.
The U. S. mail box 011 the cor
ner of Wall and River streets was
treated to a fresh coat of paint this
week, which adds much to its ap
pearance. Mr. Lawson of the firm
of Jenkins & Lawson did the work
in a most artistic maimer.
WANTS A NBW TIUAI,.
Frank McDaniel, convicted of
murder of Clara Fitch at Portland
wants a new trial. His attorney
claims that new evidence fuvroable
to nis client has been obtained.
ftll About Yoli.
J)r. CJco. Wull
wna in Portland thin
C. A. Pierce, of ltoicburg, was hero
Tlio. Allen mid wife went to Hugono
Walter ICnnirmiin was up from I'.n-
David Hcarc was doing bushies in (no
1). K. lIlinliiiuii,of
town tills week.
Kugcno, wan in
0. V. ICnox was up from K use no the
llrst of tlio wevk. j
.1. W. Huntley xpetit Ktinduy with IiIh
nu. 11, r lib mutiny.
Mrs. Curl Iloren ciinio down from lliu I
WiirulioiiHi Monday. ,
Mr. Otto ''redriukicii In vliltlng in 1
'oitlttiul tlda week. !
Mm. Clmrlev Heart) in visitlntr frlctuls
in Kiikciii. tliiH week.
Itrv. Morm mid family, of Crcswell.
were In town Monday.
Mrx. Hiimnlircv. of Kiil'oiip. Id vlHitiii''
liar ilatiliter, MrH. Km nut Kong.
J. W. Cook returned Tncixlnv morn i 111;
from a uiiHincaiitrlp to ltofulmrn.
Henry C. ManniH of Stimpter. wu
looking over our little, city Hiinilay.
Attorney Mwllev mid II. UrlHtownnid
ItoculiurK 11 bneineHH vinit IliU week.
J. II. Kerens, of I lie Hiinrinu camp.
Ilolieiniii, win In tliocitv tliin week.
Hon. f.. T. Hitrr! deputy prowntini?
attorney' wan in the city Wednesday.
0, G. Gllhcrtpon, of Gleniliile, spent 11
duyor two lieru during I he past week.
C. If. Hnrkliolduria homu from a I wo
week l)iininctts vittit to Hun l'rnncieco,
A. J. JohiiHon of Cronwcll, ex-nlicriir
of Lnno county, wan in town Thursday.
K. A. Kimkiu. Knirenc'H popular iim
lie dealer wan in this city the pant week.
Mm. 0. M. Ilcndcrcr, of Iluilann, wxh
viHitlnir friendu in Cottnize Grove Sun-'
Mr. and Mm. W. It. DonnlH of the
Black Unite mines, wre In town thin
CIwh. Cochran nrrivfd up from Knceno
.Sunday mid will for the. present remain
Mr. V. B. Phillips went to Hudpon
Sunday afternoon on u uhort IjiihIiicxh
Jim Walker In layinc nfT from his In-
Ikiih ut mill No, 1 on account of auwullen
Jack Qulnn, who has Wen prospect inn
in Hoiitiieru Oreson, was In the city
Darwin Brictow vi'lted Portland thin
uo k in attendance upon the Masonic
Mr. nnd Mrx. Harry Wvnno visited
with Mr. and Mix. .1. M. 1 1 oho Id Ku
MrH. Carrie Holslnper, nf Salem ix in
Cottage, (irove, thu gueut of licr lister,
Mrx. Harry Wynne
Mixx Xeva Perkins came up from Kti
pehe Kridity afternoon to xpeml 11 few
days with tier parent.
Miss Minnie Foxj hn aeec)tedn po
litlnn ai aHsitftiint day operator ut the
telephone office in Kiijieiu).
J. W, Kays of Eugene who has been
visitim: his niinins property in Uohcmiu,
camo in on Tuesday'H Htasn.
Mark England who has been living at
Portland for some timo is moving back
onto lliu farm on Ituw liver.
Mrs. W. IF. Abrama of this city, is
teaeliim: 11 clam in uni-dc ut Saginaw
viitini! that city each Wednesday.
Geo. House came down from the foot
of HnnUcriibhle Saturduy wheio he has
been workii.g in the ihities for tome
Messrs. Glass und Cox, of the sash
nnd door factory, returned from a busi
ness trip to Brownsville, Sunday after
David Finn, who has been hero for
sovernl wrok lookinc utter his property
interests Is visiting ut present at Forest
Dr. G. U. Snnpp, of this city, was
elrcton vfpo president 01 the Uregon
Klcctio Medical Aadmuatiou, ut Salem
Miss Menerva Uemenway, a former
teacher in our punilo fcnonl, Is in Uot
tnart Grovo this week, thu cuest of Mrs.
Geo. K.Griffith left tlio first of thu
week for Porthind whoro ho expects to
remain for the present. Ills many
friends here regret Ills depart lire ,
A number of Cottngo Groveites spent
a duy'ft outiiiK on the shady banks of
Coast Fork, Sunday, It was a pleasant
day and ull enjoyed a pleasant time.
Tho Orenonlan gays the three repub
lican candidates for secretary of statu for
OreKon are F. I.Dunbar, piusont Incum
bent, P. M. Malcolm and J. N, Williams.
Udltor W. 0. Conner of the Rosohurt;
Plaindculer, and'wlfo dropped down to
tho Grovo on tho excursion train Sun
day, to spend the day with relatives and
Follx Landesswho baa been with Ida
brother Henry und Joo nt work on the
"Even Kxehanee" property owned by
their father, arrived last Monday from
Mrs, Kntio Hanagan and daughter ar
rived up from Portland tho tlrst of tho
week and visited a few days with tlio
family of W, F. Uemenway on her way
It. M. Dillard and wife of Spokane,
Wash., a former resident of this place,
aro vialttnir this week with his brother,
Hobort Dillaid, of this community. Mr.
Dillard hits been absent about 20 years.
Mossrs. Frank McFarlandand Howard
Beaglo expect to open up tlio meat mar
ket formerly run by Garroutto and
Yoatch, In a fow days, Tho boys aro
enterprising young mon and no doubt
will got a liberal share of the patronage,
EQUALITY and PRICB
i'Wcg never r.iitn any jllyurc where Qunlll,'n winning.
We aim to have both We are content to accept a smaller profit than
T'llf !?icrTi1- rirr,, others. Our Stock is always replete with up-to-date
-M-lfell l JL rice Merchandise, (We handle no shoddy or inferior
grades.) If you have bought of us you are saving
"The TCi"''! Oiii'Mtv" morc moncy t0(,ay tIlan cverbefore' aild5f,ou Mavc
XllV JLV1j-,I1L lid Ailj' not commence at once and we will put money in your
pocket. The big increase in our business the past
week pushes us 011 to the renewed effort to give Our Customers the Best Goods for the Least
Money offered by any firm in the business.
You can't look your best in
that "4 of July" dress unless it is
fitted over a new corset. And
you wont get the best fit in a
corset unless you come here.
Probably you want a straight
front that is the popular corset
just at present We have 39c
styles, perfect fittting tQ
ZZj priced. $'25
Will wear out no matter how
good, but some hosiery will wear
out lots sooner than our kind. In
children's hose we have an es
pecially desirable line at 25 cents
that saves darning. We buy
from manufacturers vvho 10c
kno.w how to put long t0
wear into their hosiery. g0C p
The, best selected line in town
20c to 45c Pr.
! H. "W". .TSTewlaricl
Look at Eakin itBristnws shoes.
Valiiablo mining property in
hernia or sale. Jerome K
Cnox and Co.
Undies crash skirts from GOcts to $2.00.
Geo. Griffith for prices on cleaning
A now invoice of plated ware, clocks,
etc., at Madsen's.
Cedar posts for sale any amount. In
quire ut this office.
Perfumes, tho best to be had, Beuson
You will always find fresh fruits and
vcjjstables at Thu Cash Grocery Co.
Bead real estate bargains of Jerome
Knox & Co.
Lates millinery every week low prices
astonish all. Kxpericnced iiimniur.
X. K. Ei.se A it bos.
Mens' and womens' shoos at 50u per
pair nt Eakin & Bristows.
Toilet articles, Benson Drug Co.
A la lira assortment of the great fav
orites. Post inn, Caramel and Fig Prune
Cereals, at Cumminga.
They aro tho cheapest and best
Eakin & Bristows shoes.
Look at those ladies watches just re
ceived, at II. C. Madsen's.
Fine residences, choice lots, business
blocks for sale Jeromu Knox Jk Co.
Save money in buying goods of X.K.
EUea & Son. Theft- prices win trade.
Suits! Suits!! Tailor mada suits!!!
Up to date in overv respect, from $15 up.
Cull and sco samples.
If you want anything In the lino of
pruning8hears call on Griffin. Veatch Co.
Stationery, pens, pen holders, and
pencils of every description at Benson
Stationery, tho best in tlio market, to
be found in Cottage Grove, at Benson
We havo on hand a largo stock of
kiln-dried Uooring, celling nnd rustic in
grades 1 "J and 3. Let us inako you
Booth-Kelly Lumbeu Co.
Just received this week a choiuo va
riuty of ladies and Misses fine shoes.
Calf and seo them nt Cuniming's store.
Buy your fruit jars nt the Cash Gro
cery Co. They handle tho bear.
Thodrug stock of Bonson Drug Co. is
choice, complete, and absolutely the
best in tlio market. Try us.
Got your prescription filled at Benson
Drue Co, Pure drugs, of superior
Thoso now gents double, chains at II.
Madsen's aro beauties. Seo them.
Go to Geo. Bohlmau'a tailor shop
Main street and see his full Hues of
samples und goods. lie can pleaso you
in any stylo or lino you may desire."
Only tho best drugs In tho market at
Benson Drug Co. Bring your proscrip
tions, ThoCitsh Grocery Co. keep tho most
complete lino of groceries in tho city.
I will from now soil anything In the
millipery goods at cost prico.
Mas. Ueo. Boulman.
Fresh candles every day, made from
pure, BUgar at the Tailor hop.
Try a Sunday dinner nt the Imi-ewal
Hotel. Served from 12 in. to 1:30 p
in. and up to dato in all respects,
Good linings are important if
you want perfect fitting, servic
able gowns. Cheap linings that
stretch spoil the fit of any gar
ment and lessen its durability.
The best linings do not cost much
more here than inferior grades do
do elsewhere. Our Price
6c to 20c Yd.
The Grocery department in
many stores is run on a very
very narrow basis. Some dealers
seemengly think that any old
thing is good enough to eat, and
that low prices are the chief con
stituant in grocery selling. True
low prices are important they
are helping us to win a big gro
cery trade, but we consider
quality first. Therefore you can
rely on it that groceries sold here
are pure snd wholesome. Our
prices on Fancy Groceries are
the lowest in the city.
"JR. W. jSTewlarLcl
W. S. ClIRISMAN.
The Fashion Stables
GUrismap &. Ban2s, Proprietors.
Denier 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 at greatly REDUCED PRICES. Bargains in
Ladies, Misses and Childrens 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 snle some PURE BRED Black Minorca Eggs, also some
PURE BRED Pckin Duck Eggs.
Price, SI. OO pex Setting. f"
Addiess, G. R. PRICE, 1
CRESSWELL, - OREGON.
M. S. Hubble drove to Cottace Grovo
Tuesday, taking the piano recently pur
chased by Miss Nina Ostrandor. Guard.
Beware of air dried or half dry floor
ing, coiling and rustic. Tho Booth
Kelly Lumber Co., aro making special
prices on kiln-dried lumber.
Willard Martin is homo from Eastern
Oregon where he spent the winter. Tor
a time whilo there ho was in very poor
health, but now be is much improved.
In tho estate of John B.Tult, deceased,
S. B. Eakin as executor, has filed ru
nort with thu countv court, showing re-
reipts to date $2,043.03; disbursements, J
$l.U-'0,o7i oaiancoon nana ifiz-j.-io.
Mrs. John Trnnnull presented this
oflleo with a box of as fino strawberries
as wore ever grown In Oregon this week.
Tliov aio said to be the "Prince Albert"
variety with "woman's rights" as auxil
liarv. Thev are highly appreciated and
mado friends for the cause.
"Why not spend tho vacation at Ya
quina Bay, whero can bo had excellent
faro, good flstiing, good bathing, alluring
rides and rambles. Tho courses nnd ex
ercises nt the summer school, of 1001, at
Newport, will nll'ord great variety of
instructions, diversion and entertain
ment. No other .resort oilers equal lit
Your "4th of JuJy"outfit won't
be complete without new shoes.
That goes almost without saying.
It isn't a question, therefore,
whether to buy, but what to buy
and where. Our styles help voti
to decide what to buy, and our
prices will show you what to buy,
We have no doubt of our ability
to please you in every respect.
QUALITY AND PKICE
Infants soft soles-lace-assorted
colors. Others are asking 60 an
65c sizing 1 to 4 our price 50c.
Moss Rose 2 to 5 button 45c.
Little Daisies 3 to 5 " 60c.
Red Pepper 5 to 8 lace 65c.
" 8 to 12" S1.00
Red shoes for children-the
nicest in the city. They can talk
for themselves. The prices are
$1.25 to 1.50. Custom make ladies
a hand turn-you will pay $3.00
any wberelse our price $2.75. We
carry a big assortment ofladies
and mens shoes.
Jj Proprietors of the Bohemia
k Black Butte Stage Lines.
Reasonable Prices -s
Turnouts, Double or Single
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
SILVER MKDAI, CONTEST.
The silver medal contest, given
by the W. C. T. U. at the Opera
house, Wednesday evening was
well attended. At 8:30 the open
ing chorus was sung by the choir
followed by prayer by Rev. Beck.
There were five contestants for the
medal: Misses Dollie Simmons,
Lucy Job, Agness Wooley, Helen
dimming and Chloa Crandall, The
contestants acquitted themselves
very creditably and none of them
have any Teason to be discouraged
because they did not receive the
medal. Out of a possible 50 points
the following is the decission of
the judges: Misses Simmons and
Cumming, 38; Miss Wooley, 40;
Miss Job, 42; Miss Crandall, 44,
and the medal.
Geo. Bohlmnn, the up-to-date tailor,
will show you goodB. all shades and all
pricoH. Think of it, A tailor rundo
suit for $0 and up ! Pants ft and np.