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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 20, 1901)
AM. IJI'.TI-ATK IIIIHINICHH
MICN OI' UOTTAIJIC flHOVIS
AIIVI5KT8I5 IN Till'. NIMKJUT.
THIS NtUlUKT JOII Ol'FIUK
TUKNH OUT ClOOU WOIIK AT
MOST HKASONAIILK I'lUUHS.
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 20, 1901.
J. E. YOUNG
Onics nil Main sllr-ut, Wmt Mile-
COTTAOU GltOVIt, OKH.
,1. 0. JOHNSON ami F. G. EBY
?l(toriieus mid Con nuelon-at-t.o w
Rpeolal attention kIvimi In MliiliiK,('oriratlon
mill ilercTiiillli' Ijiw.
Olllre oviirdnrman A lie iiu-n wity' toro.
J. S. MEDLEY
Attorney-al-Law o o o
: Olllni mi Jliiln "treijt :
CoTTAGK Gkovh, Quit.
l'fi)tiiit atluntlim i'nl'1 to Mliilntr lliiliie,
Cutback Gkovic, Okk.
IIKLMUll W. tllOMI'KlN
ciiam. a. ii a nil Y.
THOMPSON & HARDY j
Httoriiciixand Oouiisclors-at- Law
HcU1 alli'llUoli Kjven lojtio law of Mines.
L. T. HARRIS
tittomtii ami (luuiisclor nt-Lmv
Boenlal ttltulilliill Kloli Ik llio law if Mines
First NiUlniml Hunk HiilMing.
Mrs. Kallicrlnc StliletT, II.
Diseases of Women ami Cliililrtn
COTTAGH OUOVH. OUK.
Oltlr mnl roMoiiPi! on Uher utteel, near Wall,
OOTT.MIKIIHOVK, - - OIlKdOS.
J. W. BENTLY,
The pMPtli-al Hoot ami KIhkj Miller, located
ouiMliHir i't otlbe lnirUI llulel. Itflf
line nvrttly Mono.
BARKER & PERMAN
iii:au:ux i. fini:
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
Mnlii street. Online" lrii-. Or.
' H. C. MADSEN,
Ilepnlrlni: at roasoiiKtile eharne.
All work Kimrmileoil flrt-i'l.iw.
Vt.'lic,rl"-V Jeuclryat lowest ITIeeii
COTTAOK UUOVH. OUK.
iuiqm,H)iy ii nil, "i-T
I a gf llir rrtlrtlmrv f nl
shoes for Inc money in
A completo line nlways in stock
$6 per M. at
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With each cash p.uclmsoof onjlolIor'B
w Tth of goo. h wo (jivo you u tlckot for
our annual lrttwl.it? to tako plow Jf '
ury 1st, 1001. The first prfco. will bo a
Kino roHidoncoa, clioico loU. biiBlnesa
flocks for ualo Joromo Knox & uo.
Is so Large it is impossible to
never experienced such early
nearly nil gone. If you want
away your packages and you
KNOWLEDGE IS WEALTE !
Do you know
That a Railroad 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
Kight Hundred Dollars per ton, and is being shipped to the Omaha Smelters
through Long & Bitigham's warehouse.
Do you know that the present population of Cottage Grove will double in the next eigh
teen months ? , '
Do you know that the fine, high, sightly tract of land adjoining Cottage Grove (formerly
owned by G. W. Long) has 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 us or write.
Address all communications
in ipnnnmipn , ipmii
Goods Sharply Underpriced
Our Careful Attention Costs Yoii Nothing
Yet It Must Be Valuable, to you
OUR STOCK OF
list and price them all. Just come in
buying of Holiday Goods. Our best
to select from a full line, do so now.
can get them any time.
Hem en way
LOO & BESTG-I-IA-M,
i. O. BOX S, COTTAGE GROVE, OltEGOX.
and see for yourself. We have
Dressing Cases and Albums are
We have a place we can store
n A? ATM A
MANILA AND SANTIAGO.
The country will indorse Admiral
Dewey's professional estimate of
the technical points at issue in the
Schley case, and will heartily ratify
liis trilm tc in Arlmirnl Srlilov's pat.
lant conduct offSantiago and glori-
ens leadership in the great victory'
of July 3. It is enough for the
public to know that Dewey does
not follow the conclusions of Ben
ham and Ramsey in several counts,
and that he has sense and spirit
enough to rise above hair-splitting
to the level of net achievement.
The essential thing in matters of
this kind is not, as certain naval
authorities seem to think or per
haps to pretend, a minute and slavish
subservience to the text of orders,
but it is first the right purpose, and,
second, results. Suppose Schley
thought he ought to go to "Key
West and coal, and suppose he was
wrong is he to be censured be
cause he didn't co counter to his
best judgment? Perhaps so, in
some narrow, technical sense, but
not in any large sense involving
the conduct of actual war. A man
often has to disobey orders, mili
tary and naval annals are full of
such violations, which time has
J abundantly approved.
Besides this popular rough sense
of the reauirementsofoublicnolicv.
' there is widespread resentment at
Jthe remarkable display of injustice
to which the navy department has
been accessory. They told Schley
that Cervera was at Cienfuegos
why has nobody been questioned
as to this? Thev told him that
Cervera was positively notrat Sau
tiago is no blame to be assigned
for this? Sigsbee gave erroneous
information and Sampson issued
wrong orders; but the only activ
ity displayed by them has been in
derogation of the man who won 1
victory in spite of them.
Congress should probe this antl
Schley conspiracy to the bottom.
Meanwhile, what is more fitting
than that the two men who fought
and won the war with Spain should
be found standing together? Your
Uncle George is all right.
No American exposition since
the Columbian has .had a more ro
mantic historical basis than that
which is to be held in Portland in
IQ01; to commemorate the centen
nial of the Lewis and Clark expe
dition from the Missouri river to
the Pacific coast. The purchase of
Louisiana was on act of statecraft;
the exploration of the new and
mysterious addition that doubled
the area of the infant republic was
a deed of adventure. That was an
important event in the history of
the country; this is an interesting
event, and human sympathy never
fails to discriminate in favor of the
Though the place chosen for the
exposition lies outside of the Louis
iana Purchase, it has been wisely
selected. The Oregon country was
the goal of the expedition, and this
was the first of a series of westward
adventures, government and pri
vate, that finally knitted the early
American discoveries on the Pa
cific coast together with the Louisi
ana Purchase itself, iuto organic
oneness with the matured republic.
It was 40 years before the political
union was completed, and nearly
40 more before quick commercial
communication was established.
Portland was not dreamed of by
Lewis and Clark; but for near
half of the 80 years it stood a
lonely outpost of American civil
ization on the North Pacific coast,
awaiting the inevitable. It is dis-
tinctly the place for the Centennial
Interest in this event will be
most keen and immediate in the
old Oregon country west of the
Louisiana Purchase, which now in
cludes two great states and part of
two. more' but . tho ans-Missouri
reSlon sf' ret?ins the common in-
luresi wun una wmcn inc iewia
and Clark expedition gave it. The
region over which these bold ad
venturers marched should welcome
the opportunity to join with that
in which they wrested, in com
mem orating the first real event in
the history of either as American
POWER AND NOSE.
LmlleV Home Journal.
A large nose is always an un
failing sign of a decided character.
It belongs to the man of action,
quick to see and to seize oppor
tunity. A small nose indicates a
passive nature, one less apt to act,
although he may feel as deeply.
He will have many theories, while
the possessor of a large nose will
have deeds to show. Persons with
small noses are most loving and
sympathizing, but their friendship
is not the active kind.
A nose with the top slightly
tilted is the sign of the heartless
flirt. A long nose shows dignity
and repose. A short nose pug
nacity and a love of gayety. Au
arched nose one projecting at the
bridge shows thought. A straight
nose shows an inclination toward
serious subjects. A nose that turns
up slightly indicates eloquence, wit
andimagination. If turned up
much it shows egotism and love of
luxury. A nose that slopes out
directly from the forehead, that
shows no indenting between the
eyes, indicates power. If the nose,
is indented deeply at the root, the
subject will be weak and vacillat
ing. A nose that turns down sig
nifies that the possessor is miserly
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 pricer
upon all lines bandied by s,
whether you buy or not. J
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
OUTWKAR all other Leads.
It you 1 local dealer does not carry it writs
to us and we will see that you get ft.
W. P. Fuller & Co.
Advertise in the Nugget,