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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1901)
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4 , TUItNHM)ltT H)(H WOli'li AT
Must ichasonaiilk ' i-jtloii.s.
lcvotcd lo the Mining, Jimliering ntid I'arinitiK Intercuts of this Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake.
OoMapfo G-rovo, Oregon, jiiday, November 22, 1901.
BUH HM H N UC5GET
- i met?
, . J. E. YQUNG
Attorn ey-at- Law
Ollli'0 mi Mnln Mii-el, Wont Mlo
COTTAOU GltOVK, OlIH.
,1. II JON ami F. (i. EIIY
?lif omens and (Jounsclors-tit-I.aw
Viwclal ntttnitlun kIvoii to Mliilnir, ('nriiiilliiii
Mini Mcii'nlllllu l aw.
Oltlso (ivor (iDftiiHii it H)MiMiiMny'iilitH.
COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
J. S. MEDLEY
Allorncy-ul-Luw o o o
: OHIcd on M ii I ii street:
CoTTAOK GKOVH, OltK.
1'ninil't allantlnn tl't In Mlnlmc llindiicnii.
Cottar ii Ghovk, Oris.
IIXLMUS Vf. TIIOMMMH IIIAB. A. lUlllir.
THOMPSON & HARDY
Attorneys u ml Ooiinselors-iit Law
H.rUl Mlftiillnii Klvrn In Ihr law of JlltiiHi.
L. T. HARRIS
Attar m.u and (loniisclor-ut-l.aw
Hi-eclat attenllmi KUeii lo the law of Mine.
Find National llmil: Huilding.
Mrs. Katlierliio Scliltff, M. II.
Diseases of Women anil ChlMren
COTfAOH GUOVK, OltK.
W. H. ROBINSON
onico mill roIJetio on Itlvcr rcnl, near Wall,
corr.MiiKtiiovK, - t 'OicEnus
I,. ,1 . J.
MRS. PET SAN FORD'S
fur Fashionable Dressmaking.
M MS HTIM'.KT
CoTTAC.lt OK')V!'., GIII
J. W. BENTLY,
The inn lii lll ""'I '''" I'K'ft"'11
nmi.l.K.r t of ilic liiirliil Hotel. llcnr
luK neatly dime.
"BARKER" & PERMAN
ni:.ixus in FINK
WINKS, MAJORS, CIGARS.
Main street. !nllt!n "r"J"r
H7 C MADSEN,
Hei'KlrlnK t rciniiinilile charites.
COTI'AOK CiltOVK, ORK.
.- ,""on. "E",,W,T,r
-Tlio First National Bank
CoTTAOK GKOVK, OlUt.
' Paid up Capital, $25,600.09
Money to loan on approved wourlty.'
'KxoliniiBim 80M, nvnllublo any ..too
in' tlio United Stateo.
Your JHtslnes.i Solicited.
0f MulnHU'lBocomlBt.. CoIUko Grove.
CaHcBlnolino of G.oce,ta, No
.tioua, Candle, Tobaccos, Mita AM
arc right .! wo will
Good Valao for Your Money.
Takctho Jlohcmla Xn2V
FALL AND W
GOVERNOR GEER'S PROCLAMATION.
.Iimi iirrlvcil Ninv Slvlen In lyinlluH'.J Miuiintonh'jH lo nlono at fiOc to 7Bc on
MiHu-H inn! CIiUiI'h tliipm uml .liickelM. ilolliir.
Hniiiu now llni'H of IihIIch' Dreiw
Hklily, Hiiiiiy ).iy HlilriH mill Itumly
iiiihIc ViiiiiurH for ttlnlor.
8oine liciinllfiil Mercerized Bntlms
Underi.llil at eoi-t lo cloo out . Only
a few le.fl at llu-y are koIiik rapidly.
DicvHTrliiHiiIitKH! The Intent ileHiitiH
In Jet mid AlliipmiiKi tiiiiiiiilniiH mid
lillkn, i'iIko velvet nhlioii. New thlnu
in riving weekly .
MiidIIii: Small holm of On hot A and
Ciihnt W, from I yd, to '.'5 vile., each
al I tin enine price peryiitd anf.iriro oiii-k.
You ilmi'l no.'il to invent no much to
OlitlliL' I'lanuelx nt r,f lo 10c. Larue
Sponlnol Thread of WM) vnrdH ne)i, fie.
Me lliilh TowcIh fur Ifftit. Thin in h irrent
Imriiin and yon nliimlil ink.. itdvuutiiKu
of It at once.
Ladlen: We havo n new If no of all
kludx of SlicarH from llie hiiihII IrlnillieiH
to tlieliiWHt tho. If you aroR'ft-handeil i
wo have iho oiiuh you want.
I'ltriiiern: Wo havo Just received n new
and comiilelo line in I'ocket KiiIvch, ,
lluteher KiiIvch and KazorH and uverv
hliidi! Ih L'lirnuteed lo ho liaiul. forced .
All our Ont'o Llnon eolnre, 15e, 2 for
ii.V. former prleo '20u imcIi. All tho
IjIohI Htyli-H. Our Linen Shirts arc the
ln.'Ht In tlio market.
Our filovo clock Is of the ben I . Tn
fact it h impoiMihlo to Hud any thai
exueUourx. Working glovim at from
15c to fl.no per pair.
Our Men'n and Hoy'H Wool Undurwonr
and HWfMtcri) aro warmer, wmir longer
and eoHt les tliiui you will p.iy olHUwhero
Men's Working ThiiIh at f 1.00 to 11.70.
Working ShirlH at 50c, worth' (50c to 73c.
We positively have tho largent line of
, ... , 1 Wool Hon- for Luilioi!. MlWHaH anil Olill-
To tho School Children: o aro of-1 ,irL., Ilm tt0 jfun Umt We ever had in
fering our School Hag's SIhIch, etc., ut Ht0ck.
cost. Our lino of Tiihlets in a good one. !
i lilunkelH at from 03e to $8.00 per pair.
Our I'mhrmlim nro all ImrgairiH at Wc ,
to flt.00. Come in mid noleet one carlv. Huliber Goods are much cheaper than
Remember fclf opening oneH for men. lata year.
substance in its natural state that a
hog likes which would be harmful
, 'if free access is given at all tiniest
Salem, Nov. 14. Governor Oeer : or t f nt lntervnIs Inthc
today issued a Ihanksgivnig wnernl n Jpregnation of" coal tl)e
proclamation, designating Novem- hog gcts ft certai)J eemcnt ,hat j9
ber 28 as the day to be observed. ' ,....., hM)r tn nlvn ;natinr,
The proclamation follows:
and composition for the beneficial
"Although not yet passed from ; ,ta ,h h raastication
ueneam uio snauow oi uic great be fool(jd ad meet
National tragedy wnicli took from
They aro bcaitrici and will give sat
Wo aro elofing out our Hardware, nurli '
iiH Shnvclx, SpadeM, Korkd, Axon, l)or
Lockti, llliigi-H, etc., at coit. Call in ,
when you waul h.trgains. i
Our. Salon over former years are so vinGhmpre.t1ip,t we know that the people
. "Zknow lhat we a,r&enuUciMo theirtraile. Tlie'omu ivwimvecmva.c
count for it is thai oar Goods and Prices are Right. . - - " .
The' more Goods we sell the closer we can sell tlicni and we are making
. deletions and selling oil closer msirgiris. We want everybody to buy
.from as those who do not bay from us; just try.ii.fi. .
vNOWLElHiE IS WEALTI
That a Railroad is being constructed from Cottage Grove to tti'jBpheniia Mining District'
through one of the finest timber belts on the Pacific Coast ?
Do you know that the ore now bejng transported by wagon from tile Bohemia Mining;
District to Cottage Grove fs'tlie sauie character that madeCripple Creek famous ? x
Do you knovy tliat this-ore from the Haleini Cjusolidated Mine contains values from Four to . ,
... ji , ij' ;
' EiKht Hundred Dollars per ton, :and is being shipped toijthe Omaha Smelters
through' Long & Bingham's; ',arehottse. ; s ,r-'."- ,. 7 . .
'' r - - itirA '
Do you know that the present population bf Cottage Grove v?illiclbuble in the next' eigh-,- '
teen months? . . '.v
Do you know that the fine, high, sightly track of land adjoining Cottage Grove (formerly
. . .-. ...... v h ' '"
owned by G. W.- Loig) lasbeet), plotted in lots and acreage" and is being offered,
on terms that will enable you to double on your investment ina very short time ?'.L" '
The above is a few of the facts with which we can make you' acquainted if you '.will'-cail ""
Address all commuuications'to''J 5',
d, (JOTUtOJi! GROVE,- OR EG OX.
us the presence and council of our
most beloved Chief Magistrate, we
find reason for National thanks
giving in the unifying effect the
great affliction has had upon the
different sections of our common
country, and for the prospect of a
"continued era of good feeling. At
no time within 50 years has party
feeling been less bitter, or our
country so harmonious in matters
concerning its domestic welfare
Every department of our state
government is. performing the
duties for which it was created,
with promptness and fidelity; tho
a surprise some
day in the shape of hog cholera in
my herd by placing such faith in
coal, but for the present I will
make it the "battle guard" against
swine disease in all its forms until
convinced of its inefficacy. J. E.
Hay ties, in Swine Breeders' Journal.
THIBETAN SKULL DRUMS.
A drum of an extreme repulsive
ness of nature is one used by thu
Lamas of Thibet at some of their
church ceremonies. For this the
craniums of two skulls, preferably
children's, are taken, and over the
Hand of Plenty has provided the j concave side of each is stretched
necessaries of life in abundance the skin of a snake. The two skulj3
among our people, all classes of
whom are engaged in remunerative
employment, and the name of our
fair state in other sections . of our
great country is synonymous with
steady progress and an assuredly
"Recognizing in all these things
the mind and hand of an over-ruling
Providence who doeth all
are then cemented at their vertices
to either side of a wooden disk
covered with a cotton cloth, the
stretched skins being outermost.
These drums are often ornamented
by having the heads of devils and
such-like horrors, the more re
pulsive the better, painted upon
them m red and blue colors.. The
method employed in plavinir them
things well, and that a spirit of ' jn rather curious. To the wooden
gratitude suggests an acknowledge- j disk between the two halves a cord
ment of the many favors enjoyed by is fastened by which the drum can
us as a commonwealth, I hereby j be suspended and then rapidly ro
recommend. in conformity with thejtated; two short cords With knobs
proclamation of the President of Ut their ends hang down in such
the 28th of November, 1901, be ob
served as a day of thanksgiving
and prayer, and that all our people
011 tnat day, while reraembenmr
t ie poor with appropriate gifts and
cheerful words, desist from their
usual vocations, and, in their usual
places of worship, or elsewhere.
give praise to Almighty God, upon
whom our fathers so firmly relied
for National as well as individual
guidance, for past mercies, and in
oke the Divine aid alontr the
pathway of National righteousness
as our country assumes the leading
position in power and influence
among the nations of the earth
In witness whereof, I have here
unto set my hand and caused the
Great Seal of the State of Oregon
to be affixed, at the Capitol, in Sa
lem, this 13th day of November,
igor. T. T. Ghur,
By the Governor: Governor,
F. I. Dunbar,
Secretary of State.
"SOFT COAL FOR HOGS.
My hogs are fed soft coal almost
daily through the summer, and
about all they will eat, which
would be surprising to some far
mers who never feed it in the
atnouut a hog will eat. Growincr
pigs and shoats like a ration of
coal as regularly as, they do of
corn, judging from the avidity in
which they take to it. In winter
I do not think it necessary to feed
it so liberally, yet would fear no
harm in supplying them with all
they will eat at all times of the
year, and 1 calculate that no less
number of bushels of coal slack will
justify their needs. With a daily
supply of coal, fresh water, a bal-
ticed ration and good sanitary sur
roundings, there is little danger of
cholera or any other disease affect
ing them seriously.
A mere handful of coal thrown
two or three times a year to your
hogs cannot be considered a guard
against disease, any more than one
or two uuordinary meals would in
duce health to the human system
on a restricted kind of food for the
same length of time. There is no
they strike alternately .on either
face and thus produce a regular
not1ck of final settle! ext.
Notice In herebv elven that tho iinilRrsfirnnfl.
HdminUtrntor of I he estato of (jec 1. Onroutle,
deceased, has tiled In tho lounty Court of Lane
County, State of Oregon, bin final account ax
Mich administrator of said estate, and that
Monday the and day of December, 10O1, at tho
hour of 3 o'clock n. m has bean fixed hv ram
court as the time lot hearing objections to said
report, and the settlement thereof.
f RANK KELLY,
Administrator of the estate of 6eo. I. Oi.
routte, deceased. nit 22
Successor to B. F, PHILLIPS,
All kinds of Produce bought
at the highest market values.
Cnll and get acquainted with
us. We shall be pleased at all
times to qmote you prices
upou 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.
nernm lor sale
nronortv in Bo-
Jerome Knox and Co.
Read the Jlohevila tfuyyet.