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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1901)
The Prosperous Business Men
0 Cottaee Grave Advertise In
Bring Your Job Work to the
Nugget Job Office.
Dcvotud to tli
Mining, Lumbering mid 1'arming Interests of this Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake.
C?!:,'fli(;J.?.rove' Oregon, Friday, September 20, 1901-
J. E. YOUNG
flli't Main slrwtt, ttt Hide
COTTAOK GltOVK, OKU.
attorneys and Counschrs-at-Law
..i.UtKtillnti kIvoii In lliilMKi'itxirllon
J""" mi.l Meri'inillr
OClft oror 'ltiuii .V lloinitWMy' lru.
COTTAOK GROVli. ORE.
J. S. MEDLEY
jlltorncil-iit-Ltw o o o
-l1ti on Main street-:-CoTTAOK
" JEROME KNOX
j'roiui-l lUiiUmi:.nll I" MIlllMK IIikIium.
CoTTAOK Okovh, Okh.
hilmui w. wmrwi nun. a. hahht.
THOMPSON & HARDY
Attorneys and Counsehm-at law
HufUI elU)iill"n Hi ' j1.1'11
L. T. HARRIS
Httorncu and (!oitnsetor-at-I.aw
H,,UI attention " ". Uw "'
Flnit National IImiiU IIiiIMIhk.
KUUKKK. OK It.
Of All Descriptions at asfe-
Eakin & Bristow's
We will hi'II you -lot liinir, Men anil Boy's, nent up-to-date suits cheaper than ynii havci over bought
llii'in in town. Cuinc mid see our goods mid get our prices before you buy u full lino of Summer Good a.
I .nil ich' Shirt Waists on the mint' linn, cheaper limn over.
i HEM EN WAY & BURKHOLDEB.
Diseases of Women anil Clilldrrn
corrAor. grove, ouk. ;
W. H. ROBINSON
-riucTinriu I'livmi us
Omt and residence ltlvr lrval. near Wnll.
crrmoKnuovK, - -
MRS. PET SAN FORD'S
For Fashionahle Dressmaking.
COTTAOK GKOVtt, OkH.
J. W. BENTLY,
The practical m)l u, vhw Maker, located
ouoiltMir wet nftho Imierlal Hotel. Hcpalr
In neatly ilime.
"BARKER & PERM AN
DKAI.KIIH IS I'JNH
WINKS, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
Main atreet. Oollm:" tlmvn, r.
H. C. M ADSEN,
Repairing nt reasonable charges,
All work guaranteed llrst-clasi.
Watohes, Clocks and Jewelry nt Uiwcst 1 rue
COTTAOK GU0VE, OUK.
The First National Bank
COTTAOK GROVH, OrW.
Paid up Capital, $25,000.00
Monoy to toun on approved Beciirlty.
KxchatiKa sold, avuHublo any
in tdo Unitud States.
1'our nutiienH In Solicited.
GROCERY. . .
Corner ol Matnimd flocoml St., CottugoUrovo,
Ourrloa a lino lino of Groceries, No.
ttons, Candles, Tobaccos, Nuts "
Our priuoB aro right and wo will glvo
Good Value for Your Moitou.
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 yon may
want in the Hardware line.
Call and See Us and We will Treat You Right.
i MISS WRY BARTELS
5'. Buecoortn Mm, !. llnlilnmn nt tlio iill itaml on Mnln Street.
ft OKKKHH Y(lf A CIIOR'K ASH 8KI.KPT LINK OP
1 ...MtLLTISraRY... I
X; i'r ti, Ml Kti.l Winter or In nil the Up-to-ilntu styles niul of the W
V. llnoit KiilirU'n, M;
ft Vim un-eirnently reTi'ueitcil to eiilUml examine tlio lovely head-
'A KOroii.lU'lay, wlilrli yon may iH.Koforthe loet living prices. &
The most simple, practical and durable
Typewriter on the market at any price.
Ask for catalogue.
PRICE $35 c'
General Agent for Oregon, Washington and Idaho, Albany, Ore.
J. D. Cochran
Carries the Largest and Most Complete Line of t
In Cottage Grove and sells at the Lowest Prices
.,,i cn fur vourself.
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PlIOTOBAU KotriJoNUS OY TUB OlTV OF
Cottaok Ghovh, Oitnaox.
'sealed proposal- will hholR.-
nation of t11";',"1?,".',, v,,r; from ilato, ami
July,! ( eV'i?nd states K Ul coin, at placo
payable in ""'1?"". N Mil" t
III 1 bill.'. J' Vovu Ity J.e or(.r.
The Booth-Kelly Lumber Co.,
Successor to B. F. PHILLIPS,-
XII IS IsOHAXli J'AIJt.
The Lorane Annual Fair will bd
held at Lorane, Oregon, on October
9 and io. The Coyote Brass Band
will furnish music. Home talent
assisted by Mr! Geo. O. Peil of
Portland, will give the drama,
"The Turn of the Tide" on the
evening of Oct. g. The Society will
give the following premiums:
Jieht utHicral exhibit, tl: 'M bedt
(.'(iiierul exhibit, .'.50; best exhibit of
limine pin ii tH , $1 ; beat hofu cualiioii,
$1; beat pumpkin pie,COe.
The following special premiums
will bp given:
Hunt loaf of bread, nnir of Ladies'
sboeH, given by Uiirman fc Hemenway.
IJtist roll of butter. Onal clove eaee and
cracker jar, given by liuiiienwuy &
IlMt apple jelly, Hilkiumberella, given
by Alex. Oockerllne.
lieft einbroiderv and ben! lieuistilclied
bandkcrcliijf, iiair of kid uIuvuh each.
given by g. II, Friendly.
HcHt urin and urasnes alro best annlc
ex lii bet and best pair I'lynioth Hock
cliickeiiH, 1 pr. Mt. Hood While Shirts
each, given by Fleiehncr JIayer.
Hunt doz. potatoes, anv variety,
box cigars, given by Maiwn, Khrtnan &
Best rais carpet also bet rim. Yi doz.
catiK tienches each, given bv Allen h
Lewis of Portland.
Best pieced quilt, bed pair Leghorn
chicken, beH fquanh and 'M liest apple
jelly, one box coup each, given by the
Kngcne Soap Co.
Ik-Ht Blinking colt, (Davis stock) $3,
given by P. F. Davis.
Best exhibit of dried fruits, Bohemia
NiiKget, given by the Nu'gcet.
Best blackberry jelly, Guard, given by
BeHt Plum butter, Leader, given by
Best corn in ear, Homestead, given by
Best canned fruit, Kujren.3 Register,
and 2d best roll of butter, I yr. sub. to
Magazine, given bv the BegiMer.
All exhibits that are to compete
for premiums must be entered the
first day of the fair. There will
be a baseball game on the gth,
Lorane vs. Coyote and on the ioth,
Lorane vs. the Bohemians.
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.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Offlco at Rosubnrg, Oregon,
September 5, 1001.
Notice is heroby given that tbo following-named
settler has filed notice of
her intention to uiakolinal proof In sup
port of her claim, and that said proof
will b niado beforo the Register and
Receiver U. S. Laud Oflico ntltosoburg,
Oregon, on October 11), 1001, viz: Emma
O. Jones on her II. fi. No. 8048 for tho
E X SK H, H 4 NE Sec. 32 Tp. i!2 S.,
R. !t W
She names tho following witnesses to
prove her continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz :
William T. Jones. Henry C. Combs,
Elisha Geer, May Geer, of Amos, Oro
J. T. Buiduks, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Otllco at Rosoburg, Oreeon.
September G, 1001.
Notico ishoioby given that tho following-named
settler has filed notico of .his
intoutiim to make final proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof will bo
inado beforo Mario L, Wnro U. S. Com
missioner at Eugeno, Oregon, on Ooto.
ber IS, 1001. viz: Jacob Geiwitss on his
II. E. No. 8217 for tho NW M See. 3 Tp.
21 S., R. i Won.
Ho names tho following witnesses to
prove his continuous rosidonco upon
and cultivation of said lurid, viz:
J. R, Kendall, John Robinson, B. II.
Leo, J, B.Tupp, of Cottage Grove, Ore
gon. J. T, Bitiuoiss, Itof ister.
How John W. Mackay Would Deal
With the Anarchists.
New York, Sept. 16. "Anar
chists should be dealt with se
verely," said John W. Mackay in
an interview last night. "We
never had so good a government in
San Francisco and Virginia City as
during those years when the vigi
lance committees were in control.
Every offender was tried by a jury
of 12 good men and if found guilty
executed on the spot. Bad char
acters left the country instantly on
receiving warning from the com
mittee. It did not have to be re
peated: "I hope the newspapers and pub
lic officials will urge immediate
action. This shooting down of
good men like President McKinley
is a serious matter. It makes no
difference how brave a man may be
some cowardly assassin may shoot
him from a roof at some unexpected
moment. Guards amount to noth
ing. Men have been assassinated
in the midst of their soldiers.
Summary justice properly executed
will do the work. Drive the an
archists out of America. Hang
everyone of them caught in these
crimes without delay. Let the
movement begin with vigorous ac
tion on the part of the community
and they. will disappear when they
find we mean business. Every
anarchist arriving in this country
should bo sent back by the next
steamer. The European police
will attend to them. They are
shadowed everywhere and they
should'be kept over there hunted
down and promptly exterminated.
"The time has come for business
men to take hold of this matter
and settle it in good shape. There
should be no half-way measures.
Let the papers help the movement
along, force Congress to make a
proper law at the earliest moment
and have officials see that it is exe
cuted. Public sentiment will do
the rest. The country will sustain
such a movement and make anarch
ism a thing of the past."
Jicntl the liohcmla Xuyyvt,
N0TICI2 FOR PUIILKJATIO.V.
United States titnd Office,
Roscburi?, Oregon, SeptembcrBrd, 1901.
Notice In hereby given that In compliance
with the provisions of the aet of Congress o(
June 3, 1878, entitled "An act for the suleoj
timber lands In the State! of California, Ore-
gon, Nevada and Washington Territory," aa ex.
leaned to all the Politic Land States by act of
Augnst I, im, Hubert A, Landerdale of Nor
man, County of Snohomish, State of Washing.
ton, has tnisilay inert In this ofllcchls sworn
statement No. 1812 for the purchase of theSK
- of Section No. 18 In Township No. 30 8.
Itange So. 7 West, and will offer proof to show
tnat the land sought Is more valuable for Its
timber or stone than or agricultural purpocs,
and to establish his claim to said land before
the lleglstcr and Iiecelrcr of this ofllcc at Rose,
burg, Oregon, .on Monday the 18th day of No
He name! as witnesses:
Geo. Woolly of Drain, Oregon, 1..0. DeWolfot
Portland, Oregon, Riley Smith pf Roseburg,
Oregon, Iver Iverson of Kir, Wash.
Arty and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file
their claims In this olllce on or beforo said 18th
day of November, 1501.
J. T. Ubidoes, Register.
Many people have secrets and guard
them jealously, but the great benefac
tors of the human race have in all timo
laid bare the secrets that benefit hu
manity. So it is with the Benson Drug
Co. They make no secret ol having the
best, largest and freshest supplv of
Drugs ever offered for sale in Cottage
Grove, In the compounding of pre
scriptions nothing but the very choicest
of ingredients are used, and they aro
prepared by an nxpert pharmacist who
stakes his reputation upon bis ability.
The Benson Drug Co. leads and its repu
tation is known far and wide for first
class goot's and fair and honest prices.
When you need anything that is usual! v
found in an up-to-date drug store call
on the Benson Drug Co. and you can
"The Great Carnival, which opens at
Portland on September 18th and con
tinues until October 191b, 1901, will be
wellt worth a visit to tho metropolis.
Exhibits of agricultural and horticul
tural products, mining and manufactur
ing industries, athleticexercises, a horse
show at which feats of horsemanship
and the various forms of fancy riding
will bo seen, and a magnificent military
tournament, participated In by picked
companies from the Oregon 'National
Guard, area few of tho attractions at
the Carnival this year. The Southern
Pacific Co. will sell tickets at low rates
for this occasion, and will also run a
special excursion from Ashland to Port
land and return, stopping at all inter
mediate stations, the date and rates for
which win tie announced hereafter.
"On the Piano.
A late Graded German Method of Muslo
is now being taught at the C. I'. Manse by
Mrs. L.D. Beck.
Recitals will be given at proper Intervals
thns giving parents an opportunity to note
50 ceutsper lesson, 30 minutes each
The . . .
River 8t., Cottage Grove.
BLEW & JONES, Props
We carry an extra line line of
Liquors and Cigars, and if you
bare occasion to want goods in
our line we would appreciate a
call from you.
Mrs. N. E. Elsea & Son
River Street, Cottage Orove.
Ladies', Gent's and
Childrens' Clothing of all
kinds at prices to suit
A Fine Link ofe
Of the Best and Latest Styles aurj .
choice up-to-date fabrics. '
Your patronago is solicited and wo will try
to merit your trado by glvlngyou your money'i,
When you want a pleasant physio trji '
the new remedy, Chamberlain's Stouv ,4 '
ach and Liver Tablets. They aroeasv-
to take and pleasant in effect. Price" I
: '.'5 cents. Samples free at Bunbo.n Daut
Co's drug store.
Tube the Honolulu Najvo).