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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 27, 1901)
HOWARD & SUPPLE
EntoroiUl the poiilolnee il cmtnire iroc,
foiton mBopoiuI CIum mitt) mal'.er.
faiili.trlptloii price. l. BO, In mlnnc.
I AilvvrtUlxK Kutr mm' known upon
Wf . i I.. .. r llralnV
Islmtmo Hkii Kraiiclw), t'liriirnl. whore inn
Isructii for ndvcrtlnluif onn boinitde for It.
Ekiuay, DitcitMiiUK 27, 1901.
News comes from Klamath that
jllie winds accompany it'E the storm
1 of a few days ago, were the most
severe that that country has ever
experienced at least to the recol
lection of any one living there at,
the present time. So severe were
Btlie winds tljat the stiff hurricane
t swept back the waters of Upper
; Klamath Lake until the bed of
' Klamath River was dry. During
I the, fierce wind the waters were
parted in a manner similar to tlic
parting of the waters of the Red
!Sea where the Israelites reached it
during their flight from Egypt.
The phenomenon of seeing Klamath
j River tn such a condition that it
1 could be walked across from shore
to shore, without getting the feet
E wet, is something that stands with
out precedent in the initials of
B Southern Oregon.
They Entertained and All Were
The event of the social season
thus far was the masquerade ball at
I the Opera House on Christmas
evening under the auspices of the
Foresters' Lodge. The hall was
early filled with merry maskers,
Supplemented about its four walls
with a mass of the substantial
denizens of Cottage Grove. Many
of the characters represented were
unique, some were peculiarly and
excruciatingly funny, one or two
were elaborate and a few were what
would be commonly called so-so.
The instrumental portion of the
evenings' joy was all that could be
wished for and was presided over
by artists in love with their labors
who charmed the fleeting hours
with sweet melody. The dance
from every point of view was de
cidedly a success. The members
of the Foresters Lodge used every
exertion to entertain their friends,
but the committee, not being in
fallable, made the same mistake
that has so often been raadcin the
dances of our town too little in
terest in the promotion of happiness
for the stranger within the gate.
To make the dances in this town
thoroughly popular more interest
must be taken in the strangers,
less of self, and a committee in
charge of the floor who will make
it their especial business to give en
joyment to others. It is not pleas
ant after the curtain has been rung
down to hear strangers say that
they have been in attendance upon
jpassisd o run.
The San Antonio Express of
New Mexico has the following ac
count of the death of a former citi
zen of this place. He was the son
of Jeff Markley and was well known
in this county:
Charles C. Markley, aged 32,
died yesterday afternoon at 405
Hays street. The deceased was a
well known switchman on the
Southern Pacific and had lived in
San Antonio since childhood. He
leaves a wife, daughter of Captain
Martin O'Day, and several brothers
in this city. The deceased suffered
from rheumatism of the heart. He
was a member of the Switchtnen.s
Union of North America, under
whose auspices the funeral will be
i II. J. Miilionov', one of Oakland's
j popular and energetic young inun, wim
r one of the guiding spirits with tlio foot
ball team from that burg on CliriatmaH
day. II, J. Is n wurtn number ami ho
had tinder his guidance a most charming
lady of his homo town.
W. E Fithner cume back to tlio Grove
this week with tlio tlo plant. IIo has
boon stationed at Upton for tlio past six
GREATEST ST UP
Senator Ilnnna Talks of the Capital-Labor
Washington, Dec. 00. Senator
Hanna, chairman of the committee
of 36 appointed at the cnpital-lobor
conference in New Ybrk, was at
the White House today and talked
most hopefully of the results of the
'I consider the conference," said
he, "the greatest step ever taken
for the speedy settlement of dis
pules arising between labor and
capital. The, organization of capi
tal, which has come to stay, was an
evolution which was naturally pre
ceded bv the organization of labor,
which also has come to stay, and
the concentration of interests of the
two sides into the hands of n com
n.rniivelv few individuals will
make for the besl interests of boih
While we do not expect that there
Up no strikes, thev will eb
minimized as a result of the con
ciliation and arbitration policy."
Mr. Hanna said he expected the
rnmmittee to meet during the
winter to adopt by-laws and elabo
rate still further the scheme of ar
Tudson Rock Miking Co.
Since last repoit from the work
oa this property a rich ore chute of
nearlv six feet in width has been
encountered. The ore is of high
grade in gold and carries a large
ner cent of copper. The richness
of this new strike has caused quite
a flutter ot excitement arauus witr
working force at the mine. As de
velonment eoes forward the
property steadily improves. Addi
tional men will soon be taken on
to the working force and energetic
and continuous work will be kept
up. The wealth. 61 ore now being
brought to light in this fine
property will soon place it in the
front rank of Bohemia mines.
Smith Post, G. A. R.
At the last regular meeting of
Smith Post, G. A. R. the following
comrades were elected to preside
over the destinies of the Pot for
the ensuing year: Commander, H.
C. Dutton, senior vice-commander.
H. D. Handy; junior vice-com
mander, 13. F. Adams; chaplain, J.
R. Barrett: officer of the day, O. H.
Willard; quartermaster, John Trun-
nell; adjutant, G. W. McRey.iolds;
Sergeant major, O. D. Wheeler;
delegate to the state encampment;
G. W. McReytiolds; alternate,
COV.NK On Christinas eve In Cottage
Grove to tho wife of 1. X. Coyne, u
10 pound boy.
On ordinary occasions Papa Coy no is
not an overly proud man, but just now
ho is stepping mighty hiuli and fuels
that he has obeyed to the letter one of
the scriptural injunctions.
SI'KNCEK-AKIK In Cottage Grove on
Sunday. December 1001 . Mr. I".
V. Snencer of McMinnville to .Miss
Kvu IS. Akin.
The interesting ceremony was per
formed at tho home of the bride's
brother, Johnny S. Akin, in tlio pros
enceotu large number of friends and
relatives. At the wedding breakfast all
the nice things were said that usually go
with occasions of this kind. Now that
these young people have launched their
bark on the matrimonial pea, the
Nugget hopes for them balmy hreezt-s
under pleasant skies with a safe and
snug anchorage In tho home port.
NOTICE FOR I'UBUCATIQN.
United Stntea Lnuit Oflico
Itoieburg, Ore., December SI, 1001
Notice h hereby nlven that lu compliance
with the provision! of the act of Congruof
Juno 3, 1878, entitled "An act for tho nalo of
timber lanilH in the States of California, Ore
gon. Nevada uud Washington Territory," as ex
tender to all the I'urillo Land Stales by act of
August!, Wi, Mrs. Minnie Spores Jenkins, of
(town or city) Springfield, County ot Lane,
Stalo of Oregon has this day llled In this olllce
Jier sworn statement No. 1935, for tho purchako
of tho NV Hot Section No. 31, Township 19
South, of Mange - West and will oll'r proof tp
show that tho land sought Is more valuable for
ItH tlmbor orstone than for agricultural pur
pokes, and to establish her claim to said land
before tho Heglstor and Itecolver of this otllce
at Roseburg, Oregon, on Tuotduy, tho 11th duy
of March, 1902.
She names as witnoMos:
J. P. Damnum of Cottngo arovo, Oregon,
John Kissinger of Fall Creek, Orogon, George
Spares of Springfield, Oregon, Chan Kissinger
ot Kugene, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above -dei-crlbcd lands are requested to file
their claims In this oftico on or before said 11th
day of March, JU02.
J T Minimi" Iti'i'Mir
ltiCPOKT OV TilU CONDITION
The first Natal Bunk
Of Cottage Grove, nt Collide Grove, 1 11
the Stntoof Oiogon, uttliueUwu ot ImaW
noes Doo. 10, W01. ,
Uwm ivinl illHtmtitft
. 7,1 it
. 10..W4 7U
UrwilmltK, wtfUfnt ol mwuwtl.
HomU to "Willi' I'lNMililtlou.
rnmlumun f. S. Iloidb.
Stocks wiirlllw, etc
ltniikltiK luiu-o. furniture mul H.tutt ft,mi m
Hue from NitttoiiHt Itauks (not It!r
Duo from Hpprouxl reserve ticonts. . . -U.WII IK
(li'VmnlollHjrl'li Items U'l W
Notes ot oilier NHttotuil ltMiks
l'rHettouttl paper eu'rrimey, tilekeK
amtvetit H6 t
L.IWIUI. MONRV HMsKHVB I.N BANK. VII:
Spm-lo nflta CO
Letml-tiMiiter uoim iw w
Ui'iteiiinttoii fiiml Willi U. ,S Treasurer
(i per cent at clrfiilstton) 0S5 C
TotHi 119,131 :
Cfljiltiil otork lrtia 111 ,W0 W
I'liillvMwl profits, m oxH'tuo Hint
taxes iwM 1.T78 19
NhIIoiihI Bunk notes oubtrtlHltnt; l'W4) ID
Due to Trut Cuiiipnlilef Hinl Savings
Ilrtiik fill W
Imllvlilunl deposits subject to cheek.. Til.118 11
DemftutlcertltUntM of 1eolt 'WW f
Total lll'.'.lSl :
State of Oregon.
County of Lane.
I, Herbert Kukln, Cashier oft lie iiImivo
tiatiistl baiik.ilobolonitilvftweaf that the
aliovo statement is trno totliohoet of my
knowledge and belief
HKKHKHT K.VKIX, Cnsliiur.
Suboerlbed iitiil sworn to boforo tne
tliU9tlMlayuf Oct., 1001.
f.) J. K. Voc.vo,
! us. 1 1. Xoturv l'tibll
( DaUWIN llttlKTOU
V W. W'lllTR
Gko. M. Maivi.kv
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, and the
lowest possible prices.
Remember the place: Phillips'
old stand. Cottage Grove, Ore.
VOU SALU OK THAI) K.
A good income bearing property 111 a
thriving mill toun In Oiegmi fur sale or
trade. For in format ion address Lock
Hox 11, Cottage Grove.
S6 per M. at
Owing To Impaired Iteltli
We desire to reduce our
Stock so we will give you
During a REDUCTION SALE of
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
1ST. E. Elsea
wish yen a
Blaze of Christinas
The Choicest unci Most Popular priced line of Christ
mas Presents in Cottage Grove.
Until January 1,
We will still yon clothing, Men himI 15oyV, limit Iip-Kwlalw unit
thcni intuHii. t'liiue and sftMiiir goiKli'iuid cut our prlci-n lioforc yon
l.adifii' .Shirt Wiiiste on the same line, cheaper llimi ever
HEM EN WAY & BURK HOLDER.
W. S. Chkisman.
The Fashion Stables
COllNKK MAIN KIHl 8K( ONI) HTItKKT, roTTAtii: t.UOVK
GlfJ'ismar) BarcJs, proprietors.
Harness and Saddlery.
MAIN HTItKKT, C0TTA0E OItOVK.V
George Meinzer, Prop.
A flnu llup of Uarnemi, ShiWIbh, Whlpx, IIurr)'
Kotien, IeHtlicr Ilultinu, Ktc., hIwbjts on liinnl.
All klnilnot IteimlrliiK u Hjioclulty All limul
wncilwork turned out.
Our Farmer I'rlemls cim Ret tho very bunt Bt
the Ixiwent MvIiik l'riien. Coimi In imd uxhiii
Ine tlio booiIb bikI ho for youulf.
Itlver Btrcet, ojiponlfo ruttiiKO drove Hotel,
Partners will find good feed and
stabling for their stock. Haled
t hay mid feed for sale.
We also have a few fine rigs to
let out for driving.
. S. 35. 3Laucler.
AVo have on hanti a luijro stock of
klhi'driecl iloorinj:, celling' and ruxtio in
gnidoK I and 3. I-ot uw uiako you
HoOTII-Kni.t.Y LlIMIlKR Co.
Advcrtiee in the X novel.
please Hccept Our Charms
Our trade for 1901 has beon far nhove our expci'la'tinus.
We have only our friends and paUtms t thank for our ,
best success and wc feel iucoiupeteiH 6'u ,l'u occasion to fully
express our sentiments. N'ilivHeii-lniiidre'tl.and-oilu lias '
' gone. We thank you. Nineteuti-humlrtMl-mitl-two is here.
U'i- wish von till the lianniuess .it tntfv bring. We
Meny Chiistiuiw. and a Happy New Year. We S
Ver tttily youis, y3
IS. W. ftttWIj'ANI).
1902 every suit in the store will be
at 10 per cent discount.
Also own and opperate the IJohemin
IJlack Hutte Stae Lines
Turnouts, Double or Single at
Vs (JkjOIcI M.ix'kI
S;.iicl wlieu She
Iv i s s e cl the
Our adH are tdiurt and Hweutand rilit
(o the point.
fiSrchstui & MdH'g-uai
7ic New Era Dnty Sltint.
NOTK'K I'OH riJIII.ICATION.
I. mul Olllcu utICnliiirK, Orison,
iveiiilr ft, liKIl,
KotlmlH huruliy Klvon thiit tliu fullowliiK
nimieil ottlur lnmflleil notice of 111 Intention
to urn 1(0 Ilnitl proolln miiport of MU eluliii.tinil
Unit mi hi pioof will l,u iniiilu before Mnrle I,.
WuioU. B. C'oinmlMloiier nt KiiKene, Orcifon,
on Decumber 1I,1W)1 viz: Iliiriiiuii I Ogdcn
on bin If. i:. No. H7'J( for llios HV feu '.'7
Tp. 10H It. a Went.
IIo imme the followlni? wltiiuHmjn In prove
bin ponllnuniu runlilence upon una cultlvtIoii
of ffttlil IhihI, viz:
,.M,'.l"t1(,' "M0"' Otto Morton, M. Iioanii, Jiiwuh
n lliiolm, oi Oruiiw ell, l.une Counly, Oregon.
J T. Uiiipotu, Itceutcr.
uheHimr iIihii y"i liuvticvur iMiagbt
liny a full lint- of .Summer GoimIh.
i Cot tasc Grove
Wo tiro now prcpnrnl to furnlnh all
! kimlx of lirui'ki'lH. hid liliiiL'K. coihIi-h.
hhkIi mid doorc. door and window fnum'H,
window h, pirketH, rle.
Woodwork of nil kiiidn iimdu mid re-
1 piiiri-d. We w ill iiImi work rimlie, didiiiK,
roiling or nizo Ktuddiii),', elu
SHOP NKAR S. I'. DIJI'OT
'. . .1
Choice Hue of Iviquors '
and Cigars kept on "!
hand, Your patronage M
is respeciiuiiy solicited.
ELITE BARBER SHOP
One iloor woot of Operu IIoiiko
MAIN HTIIKKt, rOTTAUi: (IIIOVU.
Tlie bent of toimirlul" work tdmruutceil
BATHS AT ALL HOURS.
' KturytliliiK new, i;1chii mul neat
, we Invite Jon'to Rlvo inn eull.
ALLISON & RAINES.