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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1901)
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Bring Your Job Work to the
Nugget Job Office;. ,
The Prospifous Bimlneu Men
of Cottage Grave Advertise in
iug, Lumbering and Winning Interests of till Cominunity, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake.
J)uVdtlil the Min
Collnft-o Grove, Oregon, Friday, Sop(-ember 6, 1901
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J. E. YOUNG
(Mire mi Main ltrot, West Hide
Cottaoic Gmovh, Oku.
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'CARNIVAL AT PORTLAND.
The Pacific Miner of September
ist has the following kind words
to say of one of our foremost niin-
The business men of Portland
J. 0. JOHNSON ami P. (I. EBY
Hmlil altcnllim given l MllilllK.t'orpomllon
hikI Mnri'iiillUi Ijkv.
Office over flarman A Ntiwlnli'1'mKmi.
COTTAGli GROVIv. ORIS.
J. S. MEDLEY
Mlomcy-at-Law o o o
i-oniMim Slulli street-:
Cottagi: GltOVIt, Olllt.
" ITuiijjiI ntlmitlon inlil H MlnliiK limine".
C'OTTAOK GKOVK, Olllt.
iih.xih w. tiiomi-soh tiun. a. iumiiv.
THOMPSON & HARDY
Htforncusaiitl Counselors-tit Lair
HperlaUtlenllon LlVii.!iho l "' ""0"-
L. T. HARRIS
."Ittomeg find (!ouiisdor-al-Liir
lell attention kUch In Hie tr of Jlliien.
Hrnt National Hunk Hiillillni;.
Mrs, KallicrSnc ScM, M. D.
Diseases of Women ami Children
COTTAUK (iitovi:. oui:.
W. H. ROBINSON
onlrfl an.I reililciiMKMi llUer alu-ol, near Wall. 1 20
MRS. PET SANFORD'S
For Fashionable Dressmaking.
CoTTAOH GltOVH, Olllt.
J. W. BENTLY,
The prartlral IUhU an.I HIkk; Maker, loroli-1
on.l.H.rct oflho lnirlal Hlel- m
lug nvntly "loiio.
"barke r" sTperman
THE EXCHANGE mm7
DKAi.KitH In i'isk
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
Malnttreet, Uolfgn r'v". '
Itepalrlng at rcaonable ehargen.
COTrAOK OUOVK, OUH.
The fet National Bank
CoTTAOB GKOVIt, OkK.
Paid up Capital, $25,000.00
Money to lomi cm approved security.
KxcIhmkiw hoUI, uvnltablo imv M"
in the United Stale".
Your nitnlnen (a fSoltc.Urtt.
GROCERY. . .
Corner of Mln.nd Second St., CottoBoOrovo
o...i..a n nun lino ot Groceries, No
tloiiH, Candles, Tobaccos, Nuts ami
Our prices are right ami wo will gWo
yaood Value for Your Mono,.
20 yds, Cnlico...
. 1. 00
.37.:: ' '"tColbred-Dresa-Goods. ' - -
Hast Gingham i.oo
Sheeting, 60 in. wide, i.oo
llest Prints. 1 00
" Percale i.eo
India Linen uoo
Ouling Elauiiel i.oo
Shaker " i.oo
Wool Eiderdowns. .. . i.oo
Flannelettes i oo
Hont-y Eliinueletts. . . 1.00
Wu will icll von clothint;, Men and HoyV, neat np-to-dato units cheaper than yon hovt. ever bought
then. In town. Come mid era our goods and get our prices before you buy a full lino of Summer Goods.
I.udUH' Khbt WaUts on tho same lino, cheaper than over.
H EMM WAY & BURKHOLDEE.
Carry the most complete line of Hardware, Stoves and
Tinware in south Lane county. Also a fine line of Guns,
Ammunition and Fishing Tackle. We are Headquarters
for Mining Supplies, Hurcules Powder, Fuse and Caps.
Also agents for the celebrated Studebaker Wagons, Canton
Clipper Plows and Harrows. In fact anything you may
want in the Hardware line.
Call and See Us and We will Treat You Right.
PRICE $35 E L- KING.
General Agent for Oregon, Washington. and Idaho, Albany, Ore.K
' Descriptions ilv
LEADERS IN MERCHANDISING
New Goods Coming every
day. Our Store is filled up of
Bright, New Up-to-date Goods.
CQME AND' SEE US5
Black Dress Goods
Cotton. Mixed and all Wool, 25c,
15c. 20c, 25c, 35c. 6oc785c,-$i.oo
Nice Line of Silks
All the leading colors at reduced
prices 40c to $1. 50. '
Velveteen and Silk Velvet
.IOC to $1.20.
Silk and Satin Ribbons
All widths and colors 2c to 30c
per yd. Velvet Ribbons 4c to 15c.
a . tM
most simple, practical and durable
on the market at any price.
' Ask for catalogue.
New line of Clothing for Men and
Hoys We marked them at Cash
and will save yon "Jo'icy on
Cotton Pants $ 1.25 $ 1.50
Mixed 1.80 2.25
Wool " 2.50 6.00
Full Suit 6.00 18.00
Fancy Vests 2.50 2.75
Children's Clothing 2.00 11.00
Men's Dress Shirts. .50 1 25
" Work " .50 .50
Boys Shirts 3 -5
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NOTICE KOIl PUllLICATION.
Unltod Stato Lund Office, Koseburg, Ore.
Jul)- 6th, 1901.
Notice Is hereby given that In wimplliuico
ultlithu provisions of tho act of Congross of
June 3, 1878, entitled "An act lor tho salooj
timber lands In the Staton of California, Oregon,
Nevada, and Washington Territory," as ox.
tended to all the I'ltbllo Land States by act of
August 4, 1S92 Nathaniel O. rennet, of Kelso,
county of Cowlitz, Stato of Washington, has
this day filed in this olllco his aworn statement
No. 1?J1, for the lmrchaMi of the S U SV M, NE
i BW4, 8Wi SE!i of Section No. II In Town-
ship No. SO South, Hauge bo. i nesi.auu win
offer iiroof to show that tho land sought Is more
valuable for Its Umber or stone than for agri
cultural purposes, and to establish his claim to
wild land before the Register and Receiver of
thUolUriiat RoieburK, Oregon on Monday the
10th day of September, 1901.
lie names as witnesses;
W.S. JUles'.J. II. ae,of Cottago drove,
Ore, Frederick llloomflold.ol Eugene, Ore., 11.
L. l'eliuel, of Kelso, Wash,
Any and all persons claiming adversely H'O
above-described lands are requested to file
their claims in this ofllco on or beforo said 16th
day of Sept. ,1901.
J. T. Riiipqes, Register.
Music Lessons .mr
x3 -Qn the Piano.
A late Oradcd Oerman Method of Musiu
is now being taught at tho O. I', Manso by
Mrs. L.D. Beck.
Jlccitalswlllbo given at proper Intervals
thus giving parents an opportunity to note
50 cents per lesson, 30 minutes each
nntcc the expenses of a Carnival to
he held in the Kxposition building J
from September 18 to October 19. 1
A notable exhibit of all the in-
dustries of the Pacific Northwest
I will be made in the big exposition
' building, and athletic exercises, a
1 horse show, and a military tourna-
Miient will be held on Multnomah
fii.i o,i;,.i;.. 'r., c.11 mm,ar 1
"""'" , h 1
bands have been engaged and there
will ue many line leatures 111 uie 1
The Carnival is in charge of a
committee comprising 28 repre
sentative business men of which
Gen. Owen Summers is president,
I. N. Fleischner vice president, A.
13. Steinbach treasurer, and J. D.
With such men at the head of
tlif iffiir t'lf Oil-nival is SurcUo
111c anair, lie v-arnivai is suil 10
be well worth visiting.
. . . 1
.ORES TREATED FREE.
Mr. J. F. Balchelder, a well
known mining man of Portland,
will be in charge of a concentrator, 1
which will be in operation at the
Exposition in that city, during the
carnival, beginning September 18,
and invites all persons having ores
they desire to test to communicate
with him. He asks for lots of
from 1,000 to 2,000 pounds and no
charge will be made for milling.
Here Is an opportunity that ought
to be taken advantage of by many
mine owners. These ore tests will
prove one of the most attractive
features of the Exposition.
J. Pierpont Morgan is going to
Iipicopal convention. 11 lie minus
he is going to organize a religious
trust and combine all the churches
into one, so that he can discharge
seven-eighths of all the ministers he
will find that he is getting Into the
wrong pew. When he tackles that
job, he will discover that the devil
has set him a task too big even for
so powerful and willing an agent of
his satanic majesty. No doubt
Mr. Morgan would fain consolidate
heaven and hell so that his soul
might escape some penalties in the
world to come. Pacific Miner.
The Bible is 0 storehouse ot rich
imagery and splendid words, of
style both simple and ornate, and
as literature alone, apart from its
spiritual elevation will repay the
search of every student. Read the
Bible and Shakespeare and you
will find yourselves able to converse
well. September Ladies Home
TO TI1K PU11LIO.
Having just tnkon a course of n
striK'tions in tho Professor Rogers sys
turn of tinting wo are prepared to do tho
most beautiful work known to our busi
ness. This work is beautiful. Oall and
.MHS..I. I' . TAYLOII,
J. D. Cochran
Carries the Largest and Most Complete Iiue of
In Cottage Grove and sells
ami see for yourself.
Main Street, Cottaye
Supplies Fresh' Bread daily, also Pies, Cakes and Confections
of nil kinds.
Your patronage is solicited. Give us a call and we will try
Mrs. C. KNUDSEN.
Some people wollder if a man call
be a Christian and a miner at the
same time. George V. Lloyd of
Cottage Grove is one ot tliese. Mr.
Lloyd is a mining engineer a
first-class one, too and a pure
Christian gentleman. He is of
ihat class that commands the con
fidence of men of large capital, be
cause they know that they can de-
Pe,ld on ,,im- His word is Eood
His work is faithful. He is not
one of the pUrchasable number.
He is one of those bringing con
fidence to the Bohemia district of
Southern Oregon. His efforts are
worth more to that region than
that of half a dozen of the other
NOTICE FOR l'UHI.ICATIOX,
Ijind Olllcc at IUcbnrKi Oregon,
N'otlfe In hereby given that the following.
nninel wttler hai fllel notice of hi Intention
to make final proof In support of hla claim, and
tlit Mll proof will be made before Slarla L.
,.,,. , Rn-. nr,,n
" ' ' ' o
onOctobei 8th. 1981. viz: Andrew M. Claven,
on II. K. 9706 for the 8 H SE 1-1, S SW 1-1, Bee.
S.Tp.SBS., It. 2 W.
He namea the following wltnemea to provo
Ills continuous residence upon and cultivation
of aM lanit, viz:
I'eter Johnxon, Ole Olon of Cottage Grove,
Oregon, Martin Terkleaon, Israel Kcuman ol
J. T. DRiMZii, Itegiiitcr.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Iloeburg, Oregon,
Notice U hereby given that the following,
named Mttlor hat filed notice ol hla Intention
to make Hnal proof In support of his claim, and
that raid proof will be made before Marie L.
Ware, L. 8. CommlMloner at Eugene, Oregon,
oil Octobers. 1901, viz: Peter Johnson, on II,
E. 9710 lor the Lot8, 9, 10, 11 Sec. 6, Tp. 23 8., II.
He names the following witnesses to provu
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of mid land, viz:
Ole Olson, Andrew M. Claven of Cottage
drove, Oregon, Martin Terkloson, Israel Njtl.
man ol Eugene, Oregon. ,
J T. Bripom, Rcgliter.
Successor to B. F. PHILUPS, r-
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
Clean, 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.
at the Lowest Prices. Call