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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1901)
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Al.l.j ll'.TO.I( 1 It IIIIMINHMH
MKN OI'tOOTTAIIIS CIIIOVK
'XliVllimHH IN Till'. NIXKIIC-r.
Devoted to the Mining. Lumbering nnd Farming Intercuts of this Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake.
H MdMftw Mfciiatu 11 mow -,-
..J. E. YOUNG
Olllo mi Main lrtl, IVi HMe
"Cottaok CiKovit, Oku.
J. II JOIIM ami F. (!. EIIY
flttonicus and Caunxclunt-al-Liiw
Bl'Cnlnl attention ill yen In Mining, firioriitliiii
aihI ilrrmtii lie Iah ,
Oltle urer llnrinitti X lloni"ii w y' more,
COTTAOK GKOVK, OKU.
J. S. MEDLEY
AHUhiey-at-La w o o
i-Uniraoii Jlillll ilreet :
Cott.vou Guovit, Oku.
l'ruin4 ntleullmi nll In Mlnln HultiOH,
Cottaok Gkovu, Oku.
IIKI.KUM W. TII'lMI'lMIN CIUH. A. IMItflY.
THOMPSON & HARDY
tittorncijsaml Coiinxelors-at Imw
Bcclnl nuotitliiti iriren to the ln ul Mliict.
L. T. HARRIS
attorney and (Umn&clor-at-Lnw
Hms;Ih1 attention ven In tie) law ol Mini.
l'irnt Nnlloniil Ilnnk ltiiililing.
Mrs. Kallicrlnc Schkef, M. I).
Diseases of Women anil Children
COTTAOI-: CiltOVH, OltK.
" ' I'nAlfllClNO rilWlfllAS- '
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onleo nml rooUeiieo rin lllvw Uteot. "r
corrAiiButiovH, - - ' - oiiwhik.
MRS. PET SAN FORD'S
For Fashionable Drmmakbig.
COTTVOK C'.KOVli, OltU.
1h I'rni tlritl lltHit nml Sli(H) MiiCur. loitttnl
nnu lr unit of thv imicrlBl Hotel. Itcpiilr
IliK acuity ilimo.
"barker & privian
DUAI.HHH IN KIN!
WINKS, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
Main treet, Online" lrv, Or.
H. C. MADSEN,
ItopalrlnK l rciiHniinl'lo pharRfK.
All work KniimnHioil (lmt-i'lunn.
cotrAiin oitovK, oitic.
Cottaok Gkovu, Oru.
Paid up Capital, $25,000.00
Monoy lo loan " apjirovcil Bccurlty.
Kxcl.augi'8 sold, nvailnblo nny plnco
in tho Unltud StatuH.
X'ouv Jlunlneim In (iotlcitcrt.
GROCERY. . .
Corner ol Main .ml Socoa-l St., OotUgoOrovo.
Carries a fine lino of OrocorlM, No
,u, oandios. TolmccoH, Nuts, and
"ices arc right and we will give
Good Valuc fov Voiiv Money.
JiiHt MrrlvH Ni-wSlyloH In I.ndlB',
mm mill CIiIIiI'm divi ami .ncki-ln.
Home now llncfl n( l.nllnx' Drt'MH
KklriH, Halny y HInh nml llutidy
Mimic Wmppurs for Winter.
Koine hciiulifiil Mereerl.ed Valine
Underi-klrl n( coi.1 to cIomi out . Only
n few left hi they nre going rnjiiilly.
lJreeHTrliiitulngn: The liilwt di-Mgii
In .let iiiul Allupaipio trimmiugri nml
f?llt:n, nlf( velvet iibljoti. New things
MiihIIii: HiiihII bolt of Onliot A nml
Otilwl V, fiom 4 ycle. o V.r iIn., eneh
nt inimimu price er,vnril ludnigi) pne.
i on mint mud to I u v
yeft wo ijhil'Ii tp net
OiititK I'lnntielH itt fio to 10c. Large
I ii(ki!b of riirenil of 5(H)viirdH o-'ith, fin.
Mo Hull) Toweln foriyki. TIiIh In it ureut
bargain Hint you should (nk.i advantage
of It lit unco.
'KO'M 10 TO
We will ol you elothlpg, Men and Hoy's, neat up-to-dato suits ohonpor thnn yon hnvuovor bought
them in town, Come mid Keo our goods nml I get' our prices heforu you buy u full liuuof Summer Goods.
I.mliet)' Khlil AVtiiatq on the samu line, cheaper thnn ever.
HEM EN WAY & MJRKFfOLDER.
W. S. Chuisman.
The Fashion Stables
I'OUNKK MAIN nml SKC'ONl) STItKBT, COTTAOK OltOVU
Gl)i'isiiao & Ba7s, Proprietors.
Klvor Street, opponlto Oottngo drove Hetel,
Farmers jvill find good feed nnd
stabling for their stock. Baled
hay and feed for sale.
WC also have a few fine rigs to
let out for driving.
S. 313. Lauder.
Adverting in the Xitffact.
MmtlnloHliijM to e.Iono lit 50c to 7oc on
Ladlec: AVo Inivi) n new lino rf nil
klmln of Shears from IIipciiihI! (rlmmi-i"
Oil1 In WH
o (five I lie
Mt-flzti, iryini urerlOU'littlUleil
ic ones vou wiint.
Farmers! Wo linvo liift received n new
nml roniiilcte lino in J'oitkut Knivo,
llutvlier Kiilvi'H nml Ilazorn anil uverv
IiImiIh la if iirnnl e(( to lie liiiml (oril.
TIihv nro bl'HiilieH mid will givo Mitl?ine
tion. Wo nro clwhiK out rnir Iliirdwnro mmli !
MH .SIlOVUt, fil.tlli', KoikH, AXW. I'lMir
Lock, Illiif.'i'', ott!., nt, coat. Cull' in
wliun you wnnt liaruinn. ,
To llic fcliool Oliildrcn: Wb nro of
ft'ri tivE our Kcliool Hngf, Slntiw, ctr.,, nt
cot. Our line of TahktB in n good one.
Our L'niliri'llna nre nil bursting nt fiOc
lo f.'I.OO. Conie in nnd eoloel onu enrlv.
Ituinembcr cvlf opening oncu for men.
an a 1 U HI t 4 t fc fl t h n V. 1
SPECIAL SALE 01
n i i nix
25 PEE GENT DISCOUNT
Uag - e .Grrove, Oregon.
Also own and opperate'the Bohemia!
Black Butte Stage Lines
Turnouts, Double or Single at
The . . .
Itlver St., Cottngo drove.
BLEW & JONES, Props
Wo enrry nn extm fluo line of
ft- i.iquors unci uiifHrx, mm iryou
lmvo occasion tn want gooiln In
- y cull Iroin you.
Friday, November 15, 901.
r r -rr rsi
All our f4ont'H I.inen eolarc. Ific. 2 for
former piieo Oo e.ieh. All the I
Iate! Htylw. Unr l.inen Shirta aro tlm
hect in tliu market.
the hei. Tn
Our Olovc ntock 18 of
lict it in lin)ott'ililo to
Hlld IIIIV that
exeeU oure. AVorkina uloves nt from
l'V to 1.W) iur pnir.
Our MtMi'g nnd Uo.v'h Wool Underwear
nml HwenlerM nro WHrmer, wonr longer
nml rout lej thnn you will p ly eluuwhere
Men'd Workina I'nnts nt(l.CK) to fl.75.
Working SlilrlH at 50c, worth UOi: to Ifm.
Wo positively have the Inrcoit Itno of
Wool lloie for lelii'H, .Mishoh anil
dreil ami ttlbO Men
that we ever had' in
niankets at from 05c to $3.03 per pnir.
Huliher Uoodtj nre tmieli cheaper thnn
Owing To Impaired Health
We desire to reduce our
Stock so we will give you
During a REDUCTION SALE of
" BO X)ays.
We have the Best Shoes and
Clothing made; Our Styles are the
Latest and our Prices are cut to
Our Prices on Millinery are cut
to less than half the regular retail
Yours For Trade
3ST. 35. 3Ulsea
" & Son.
6 per M. at
NATIONAL DAY OF THANKS
I President Roosevelt's proclama
tion to a united . tx:ople ' settiuir
forth the annual day of thanks is
Tile season is
nigh when, ac
cording to the lime-hallowed cus-t
torn of our people, the president!
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i I ua in csc.lftl lit'
casion for praise and thanksgiving
This Thanksgiving finds the
people still bowad with sorrow for
the death of a great and good
president. We mourn for President
McKinley because we loved and
honored him, and the manner of
his death should awaken in the
breasts of our people a keen anx
iety and a resolute purpose not to
be driven by any calamity from the
path of strong, orderly, popular
liberty, which, as a. nation, we
have thus far safely trod.
Yet in spite of this great disaster,
it is neverttieiess true tnat no
people on earth have such abund
ant cause for thanksgiving as we
have. The past year in particular,
has been one of peace and plenty.
We have prospered in things ma
terial; and have been able to work
for our own uplifting in things in
tellectual and spiritual. Let us re
member that, as much has been
given us much will be expected
from us and that true bomnge
comes trom the heart as well as
from the lips and shows itself in
deeds, we can best prove our
thankfulness to the Almighty by
the way in which, on this earth,
and'at this time, each of us does
Roosevelt;" pre'sideut of the United
States, do hereby designate as
day of general thanksgiving
Thursday, the 28th day of this
present November, and do recom
mend that throughout the laud th
people cease from their wonted oc
cupations and at their several
homes and places of worship thank
the giver of all good for the count
less blessings of our national life
In witness whereof I have here
unto set my hand and caused the
seal of the United States to be
Done at the city of Washington
this 2d day of November, in the
year ot our Lord, one thousand
nine hundred and one, and of the
independence of the United States
the one hundred and twenty-sixth
By the President,
John Hay, Secretary of State.
A great life has gone out, struck
by the hand of the assassin. The
chief mogistrate of a great nation,
in the prime of a noble manhood,
and in the act of a loving, pleasing
service, meets death, and fame
writes his name amongst her heroes
and history with the martyrs. A
tribute to such a lite is one ot un
alloyed pleasure, but mingled with
the task i3 the knowledge that
whatever sentiments are awakened
in the American people by their
sorrow for the loss of such a man,
the striking fact is apparent that up
to the last moment Mr. McKinley.
was never thoroughly understood
by the average citizen. The out
burst of sorrow for his untimely
fate has been spontaneous; yet it is
more of a public regret for the act
than sorrow for a personal loss.
This must be attributed to the fact
that although Mr. McKinley has
been successful, he has never
reaUy been in popular touch with
the people. True, his career as a
politician, soldier, statesman and
representative of the people has
been in a large .degree remarkably
freedom error; yet'' he has never
been an ideal, and never has been
a l.:,. rn... t
great in the sense that Lincoln,
Garfield or Washington were.
To the casual observer lie has
ever remained a reticent enigma,
and his conservative and perhaps
class tendencies have helped to
mystify a trifle the average citizen.
T . l . i n 1 t i.:- i
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character hidden. For a man who
has made the chief position in the
Nation's gift his objective point,
and who successfully reached it, it
is perhaps strange to say that Lis
personal character, his home traits
and his love and devotion to' his
wife, were amongst his strongest
characteristics, and Avere the chief
facts that contributed to his popu
larity amongst his intimates. His
lastnoments were those?of sublime
heroism. His utmostlnelf-abnega-tion,
the love of his wife that mani
fested itself, the sublime knowledge
that he had done his duty faithfully
and honorably, and the great resig
nation with which he quietly sub
mitted to the inevitable and pre
pared to meet his Maker, have
brought the American people to a
realization of the great loss they
have sustained. B. Kbenu in The
Mr Jacob Geiwitz's son, Charles
Geiwitz, and Mr. Jacobson, rrrived
last Saturday from Minnesota 011 a
visit to Mr Geiwitz and family.
They intend to stay here quite a
while and look over the country.
George Meinzer of Cottage Grove
was visiting Mr Jacob Geiwitz and
put out -a large amount of piling
Four new houses together with
additions and repairs to otiiers tiiis
fall is an item worth mentioning.
Cold and frosty mornings are
the rule here now.
A winter trip to Southern California
and Arizona via tho famous Shaeta
Iloute is ono never to be forgotten. Ke-
newed acquaintance with this section
will ever develop fresh points of interest
anil added sources of enjoyment under
its sunny skies, in the variety of In
terests nnd added industries, in itn,'pro
litie vegetation nnd among its number
less resorts of mountain, shore, vnllev
and plain. Two trains lenve I'orilnnil
daily, morning and evening for Call-
mriiia. mese trains are equipped witli
the most improved pattern of standard
and tourist sleeping cars, nnd tho low
rates place tho trip in reach of nil.
I-'or illustrated L' nicies of Cnlifomin.
and Arizona winter resorts, address.
It. 1$. Miu.cn, Uen. Pas. Agent,
Successor to B. F. PHILLIPS,
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, nnd the
lowpst possible prices
Remember the place: Phillips'
old stand, Cottage Grove, Ore.
blocks for sale Jerptiio Knox X Co.