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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1901)
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ADVmtriHi: in tin: .siiiiiirr.
TUUNH OOT flOOD WOltIC AT
MOST UKAHONAII'.K iutici:s.
Devoted to the Mining. Lumbering and Farming Interests of this Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake.
Cottage Grove, Oregon, Friday, December
J. E. YOUNG
unify oil Mil In nlitMtt, Weill Mldo
Cottar k' Gkovk, 'Ouit.
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Niircliil ullcnlliMi vlten in Mliiliiif,('iiriotiitl(ili
iiinl Mrri'iinilli' l iitv.
Olllro liver lnriiimi A Him-n wiiy'n ulriri.
COTTAGU GROVE, ORIJ.
J. S. MEDLEY
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COTTAOK GltOVIt, OlUt.
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CoTTAOIt' Gkovh, Ok It.
iiki.mii w. tiiiimiwix nun. a. imiiiY.
THOMPSON & HARDY
rlltorncysaiid Cntiisc1ors-ut Lnw
WlKX-IuliUtoiitlnn Klvoii tiillu- Inw ill Milieu.
L. T. HARRIS
.-Utorncy and douinrlnr ntI.uir
HcUI Htlctillmi Klven In llie l Mine"
I'lmt Nalloiml Hunk lliiililtm?.
SALEM TRAIN WRECK.
fodder in the fields to go to waste
flip hnt fllincr fnr Clinll fnrmura itt
The Southern Pacific officials arc ,..,, , nf n ...
u..-. ,b.u i"um e i lesson hi cconomblng the foods for
accident or to fix the responsibility I,. w,:inir. rnrn
on OUR STOCK of
HOLUDAY G00DS !
"r (rxr -ii L
EAKIN & BRISTOW.
Mrs. Kalkliie Sclilcef, M. II.
Diseases of Women ami flnlilrrn
COTIWliK (illOVK, OUK.
-I'lMOIM'IWI I'llVtlflUS 1
OMi-o mill iclilciici) fill lllvcr t trot, nwr Wall
corrAiiftu'itovi:. - - - okkoon
J. W. BENTLY,
llieiirm-tli-iil llii'l""'1 Hll") MiVer, located
niiKiIimruuit iilino niiuriHi uuiui. ivi.i.
Iiik neatly 'I"I1C-
BARKER & PERMAN
IIIJAI.KIIM IN KINK
WINKS, LIOUORS, CIGARS.
Miiln mrcet. !iiltiiR" lr. Pro.
H. C. MADSEN,
Ilcimlrlni! at rcni-nimlilo clinrKex.
... . -t ,lrf .I:II.
V,!..uh, clock.. ..ml Jcuelry at lwcil Prices
COTTAUIC (ilfOVi:. OUK.
is of llio colobrated
rV'iuuWn incluulie host
clioco for (Ieo money in
A complete line always in stock
$6 per M. at
With end. cimIi lul,M0?' "'flSo?
iiHt. 1001. T io first nizo will uu
' KhwroBUIwiiiuolioleo lolH, 1)iliiCb
Ulucks for sulo Juiomu Knox it Co.
Goods Sharply Undcrpriced
Oor Cnrcfiil Attention Costs Yon Noihimg
Vci. St ABoist Be Valuauli. to lrou
-OUR STOCK OI
therefor to their own satisfaction.
All theories are formed on the basis
that the switch was partly opened,
but no one is able to explain how
it happened to be left that way. A
south-bound freight passed down
the switch track and backed-down
the main track to the depot, and
then pulled out of the station over
the main track just an hour before
the arrival of the passenger. Section
Foreman Prunty, who passed the
switch about thirty minutes before
the express arrived, declares the
track was in the natural position
and the switch closed. This decla
ration adds to the mystery. How
ever, the switch is what is termed
a "split-rail" switch, and the
slightest irregularity in its placing
would easily cause a derailment.
The speed of thirty-rive miles per
hour, at which the train was ap
proaching the station, and the re
sult of the vigorous application of
the air brakes by Engineer White,
which was so severe that a ma
jority of the shoes were torn from
the train for its entire length, is
thought by some to have forced the
switch entirely open. The fact re
mains, however, that the switch
was not locked as it should have
been upon the departure of all
trains and the lock of the switch
has not yet been found.
Wreckage from the main track
was cleared away at an early hour
Sunday morning and trains re-
planted late, and therefore enables
the farmer to grow and store away
an enormous amount of green fod
der when the drouth has injured
the early crop.
n iiir . . . 1 cnnlprl .thnir.Tliiic r cphaHiila lima I tafmillL Ite
I I C I i I I I A Y ItUU Jh ' uegmiiini; wiui ine AiDany local,
Is so Large it is impossible to list and price tlfera all. Just come in and see for yourself. We have
never experienced such early buying of Holiday Goods. Our best Dressing Cases and Albums are
nearly all gone. If you want to select from a full line, do so now. We have a place we can store
away your packages and you can get them any time.
IIi-AuD-KilS EST MERCI-IAJrDIZESTG
A dispatch from Butte, Montana,
says that a new and wonderful
natural cave, believed to be one of
the largest known has been dis
covered in the canyon of the Jeffer
son on the line of the Northern Pa
cific Railway about fifty miles east
of Butte. An exploring party from
Butte spent several days in the
cave, going over an area often
miles, and to a depth of nearly one
thousand feet. A large river, with
a cataract of about one hundred
feet was explored for a distance of
several miles, without discovering
its source or outlet. A few articles
of stone and copper utensils and
some bones, believed to be human,
were also found in one of the large
apartments of the cave. There
were other evidences that at some
time in a prehistoric period the
cave was inhabited. It is be
lieved that an earthquake closed
the entrance to the cave and killed
its inhabitants. The stalactites
and other natural decorations
UIIUUqUUUI IUG LllVC UIC UiUSL
which carried to Portland the re
mains of Engineer White and Fire
man Fish. Engineer White had
been in the employ of the Southern
Pacific Company for about twenty
eight years, and although he had
figured in numerous accidents, he
escaped all without serious injury.
He was the last engineer to pass
over the Lake Labish trestle before
the collapse of the structure in 1890.
Successor to B. F. PHILLIPS,-
KNOWLEDGE IS WEALTH !
That a Ruilroad is being constructed from Cottage Grove to the Bohemia Mining-District."
through one of the finest timber belts on the Pacific Coast ? ' ,
Do you know that the ore now being transported by wagon from the Bohemia Mining
District to Cottage Grove is the same character that made Cripple Creek famous ?
Do you know that this ore from the Helena Consolidated Mine contains values from Four to
Eight Hundred Dollars per ton, and is being shipped to the Omaha Smelters
through Long & Bingham's warehouse. ,
Do you know that the present population of Cottage Grove will double in the next eigh
teen months ?
DoNyou know that the fine, high, sightly' tract of laud adjoining Cottage Grove (formerly,
' owned by G. W. Long) 1ms been platted in lots and acreage and is being offered '
on terms that will enable you to double on your investment in a very short time ?
The above is a few of the facts with which we can make you acquainted if you will call '
upon usor write. . i
Address all communications to
LOra & bbstoi-i am,
V. 6. VOX 8, COTTAGE QJlOVJi, Oil HO OX.
A NEW BIBLE.
Episcopal Committee Will
plete its Work Today.
New York, Dec. 6. A new
Bible, authorized by the late Gen
eral Convention in San Francisco,
to be read in all Episcopal Churches
in the United States, has been in
process of completion by the com
mittee on marginal readings which
has sat at the Episcopal General
Seminary in this city since last
Tuesday, and will conclude its
work tomorrow (Saturday), says
the Tiines. It was stated that an
English firm had undertaken the
publication of this Bible without
expense to the committee.
The new Bible is to consist of
the text and renderings of the King
Tames version, the renderings of
the English revision and the render-
ngs of the recent American revision.
The renderings of the Episcopal
Commission are ordered to be
printed in an appendix for preservation.
The late convention, while it
praised the scholarship of its com
mission, did not place their work
upon the same level ns that of re
isers who had included lay
scholars and who had spent many
more years at the work, besides
being far larger in numbers. The
new Bible insures the very latest
renderings, although the reading
ot tnera is permissive only, not ob-
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.
Is Absolutely PURE, and will
OUTWEAR all other Leads.
If yom local dealer does not carry it wrlto
to us and wo will eeo that you get it.
W. P. "fuller & Co.
GROCERY. . .
Corner of Main and Second St., Cottagoarovo.
lino of Groceries, No-
Tobaccos, Nuts and
The silo cheapens food for cattle
because it induces farmers to grow
corn for ensilage, which saves hay
in winter. Where the winters are
severe and the farmer leaves his
Curries a fino
Our nricos aro right and wo will give
Good Value for Your Money.
Valunblo mining proporty in Bo
liQmin fpr snio. Jeromo Knox and Co.
Head the Bohemia Xuyg-et,