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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1902)
Coot) Show Comjno.
"A Tiip totliu Clrcim," the most
mtecessful of comedy, drama suc
cesses will lie ptesculed liere on the
ayth of March ill Martin's opera
House lor oiu' nitflit liv Homer K.
Oitllhoult's Miperh th'Mtiieul com
liliiiition, mi (iri;aiii;itiim comported
of the very licit people nml
specially artists, accompanied by
their own lirasi baiul and orchestra
"A Trip t the Citeus" lian hccn
tin iinhoiinded success in the linst
nml litis met with the Hteiilest favor
in Western cities. Mr. Ouilhnttlt
is one of the most successful of tin
younger Kciicralion of actor man
liters and his name is a guarantee
that a high-elns.s performance will
he given. The prod net ion is mag
nificentlv equiped with scenery and
stage sellings, anil the specialty
leaturcs incidental to the play lire
the very best Hint can be given.
The play Is an exceptionally strong
one and is replete with those situ
ations which appeal to theater
goers. Prices, childien 25c adults
general admission ,soe. Reserved
.seats 75c now on sale al New 15ra
Candidates i'ou CrrvOi'i'icus
The Masonic Hall wits filled Mon
day evening by the voters of the
city, illicit upon puttinif out a
strong ticket for city offices. Mavor
R. M. Veateh called the meeting
to order and was elected chairman,
while Recorder J. 15. Young was
nindc secictary. Dr. H. R. Job
rind R. M. Veateh were respectively
nominated for mayor the contest re
stilting in favor of Dr. Job by a
yood majority. J. 15- Young wm
made the uiiauiinons clwdee of the
assembly for recorder anil Herbert
Hakin was retained in bis former
position as treasurer. The three
wards each chose a councilman as
follows: ist ward. J. 1. Jones; ud
ward. S. R. Piper: 3rd ward. F, II.
Roscuburg. The candidates arc nil
men of sterling ability and well
fitted for the positions for which
they were nominated and the city
may expect an ellicient manage
ment of its affairs at their hands
during the ensuing year.
"Cal" Stevenson, watchmaker,
who has been ill and worrying over
financial affairs for sometime was
taken bv Sheriff Withers to Eugene
Monday for examination as to his
sanitv. His insanity is of a mild
and harmless type and no doubt
'primarily induced by illness. Mr
Stevenson was a gooil quiet it
A pec table citizen sixty-three years
of age, an old pioneer in the
country, and well rep-'Ctd by
every "one who knw him. It is
hoped thai his ailment miy only be
temporarv and that efficient treat
ment will restoie his reason.
Later It is learned that Mr
Fteveusnn was examined by the
rountv j ml ire and board of phv
drums at Kueeuc. on his arrival
there, and duly committed to the
There is considerable talk, on the
quiet, of a creamery being estab
lished in Cottage Grove in the not
far distant future. Cottage Grove
and vicinity is very much in need
of such an institution, it would be
greatly beneficial not only to tho
farmers but would also be bene
ficial to the consumers. There are
no less than $300 sent out of the
town every month for creamery
products which could and should be
kept at home. A very small
amount of money comparatively
speaking, would .establish a good
creamery and not only furnish the
consumers with home produced
L'oods. but would give to the fanners
nf this community many dollars
that are now going to other places.
Last Friday Bert Nutin, city
marshal, was arrested on a warrant
sworn out bv Dr. Anderson, charg
ing him ' with the larceny of some
$12.50, alleged to have been taken
from the doctor's pants pocket
while he was sick in his room over
the Willson restaurant. The ex
amination which was held in the
nftcrnoon before Justice Vauglin,
resulted in the defendant being
held to nwait the action of the
grand jury with bail fixed at $500
which he gave miring me evening
and was released. I. T. Harris,
denuty district attorney, and 1. o
liby appeared for the prosecution
while Attorney jueuiey couuiieicu
A lame number of ladies were
present at a reception given by Mrs.
J. I. Jones at her home last Tttes-
UKy lUlUl liuuti 111 iiwiiw. w. j
Miller, who is soon to leave for
Portland. Fifty-four blocks, each
containing the doners name were
nipend and nreseiited to Mrs. Miller,
after which a very dainty lunch
was served. All will long remem
ber the occasjou as a very pleasant
II C.'Gocltz.of fit Paul. Minn.,
was in Cottage Grove Friday and
Saturday of last week Mr. Oneltz
is a member ol the firm of Fa 1 well.
personal pai'.igiaj)lis,j Ifoeal Lji'eVciies.
O.inun, Kiik & Ci., manufacturers dinUx.
Mm. Wllila ristiirneil t'i T.iwno Slmi-ilnv.
Will WuIIhcu Iiiih mi uUaeb of appmi-
of the Favorite cloves mid ranges,
and is traveling in Western Oregon
to see the country and learn of its
resources. He was favorably im
pressed with Cottage Grove and ex
pressed the opinion that Bohemia
would in a very short lime be one
of the greateKt milling districts in
the United States. He said at
present it showed better prospects
than Cripple Creek did nl Ihc time
l.i-t nMily to maid' garden,
A lore 1 1 IK' of ImvV knee suit at
im'IuiiI -ot HtC. It. Cfvuieiit'K.
lliiitunlinrK point lace putterim ami
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1. -..1.1 ... 1 1.
.1.1'. (!nrrln oamo un from Bdaono "V""'"
Monday. Don't forget tho bent idnee to liny
HherlffWlll.orHianieupfromtJ(igono ,r,,lf''' millinery. If. K. KImm &
of the rush to that place. Mr. day on bnn'tium
Goeltz took several samples of Bo-
henna ore with him.
The C. M. A. band under the
leadership of Charles Cochran, will
give a concert at Martin's I lull on
the evening of April nth. The
boys have been practicing faithfully
for two mouths- now, and Band-
master Cochtan states that they are I
Iti-v. Witlliicv hud a itcvern attack of
T. Iv. ItliMiHrdnoii the piano man from
lloM-liiu't! In here.
Imhhc Itiiiirlititn of Portland paid tho
it y a v i h i t Kittimlny.
I). T. Aubrey took a trip to llio
I'miik 1 1 hIih ami Ioiil Hartly are
down from llolioinia.
making rapid progress and with the j .TW 'U0"m "
, ,. ,.. j t, m. ,tm- ' li t yon hi y your b iocs ana cioininx
u-M.rH,.dI. J' 0f I,ralnoame """"liw oar Hplundid goods at cunt. .S K.
Wlnflrtd JJomiolt went to Eugene, m ,Iistri,)lltC(1
WednemJay. alonic I'lftfi struct.
Iiuvu vonr prescriptions filled at tlie
Ik' 11 ho n lirilg Co.
fr fme thin well knonn oenlo-op-tii'iiio
In I'oinitiK noon.
W. K. Kdwards carao down from tlio '
mines Friday. '
.1 I.. I.n Hoy wont to Engcno Wcdnos-1
nssistaiicc of Kugcue talent as well
W. II. Alirwiimuid wife wore pnaton-
.1. t ... 1 1 ...:n 1.-. i.l,.
as me uesi local laieui, win ue , ,,. , fi..miuu
. .... . iL.-.n ... .. .
to give a sp.enu... concen. x . e it ealler at
rit.f.ltl,. r iillnini f .riitrt. Bllfllllfl . " ' ' - -L .
MIm l.ney Noivlimd left for t'rowriH
ville Wediiewliiy whero hIiu will eng. k'"
in teach ini; cliool.
Korpnre, wcll-nelncted dniff", ''nil on
the llemton Ilnig Co. Toilel mtielw of
every deitcrlption atliemtori Uruj; Co.
Clean up your back yard.
Another nhipmetit of ijicii'h hiiIIh and
overHlla will arrive in a few riayt) ut C.
Tline ilininnnd at II. C. Mudmn are
linautlea. Call and ecu them
A Rtrnv liono wnn sold bv tho citv
niamhal Moixl.iy for the small sum of
turn out' and give the
the NoysfCt office Tiiendiiy
John Overlinlxer ami Wm
went in ICiijeiio WuUneMJay.
Mr. MeKinmiy wnn 11 imn-enger or
Last Monday while Mis Lena I f 'oiimtoek Sunduy iifti-'riioon
I redericksen was standing on n
chair in her room reaching for some
article on n shelf, the chair tipped
over she falling with it with such
force as to fracture the bones of her
left nrm at the wrist
Wednesday while jumping at the
school grounds I.eland Condon fell
and fractured his left wrist in a simi
lar manner. Dr Auderson attended
the sufferers and they are getting
Mrs. Joseph Perkins and J, P.
Curt in were appointed 011 the 21st
iust. by the county court adminis
trators of the estate ol Joseph Per
kins, deceased, with D. G. Mc
Farland, II. C. Veateh and John
Cochran appraisers. The estate is
being appraised this week.
Samuel Dennett, who has been ill
so long, was taken to Kugenc
Wednesday. Dr. Wall accoin
panicd him and will consult with
Drs Harris and Prentice as to his
Dr. Wall states thnt the quaran
tine at Latham has been removed
and the smallpox patients dis
til irged as cured. Latham has
now n clean bill of henlth.
Try a Sunday dinner at the Imprkiai.
Tucker' "TKl" nerveo iroin 1. in.u 1 :. p
in. auu up lu nam 111 no ruspuuia.
Hats, the grandet display of latent
nlvlec on the market Do not fail to at
lcml tliu oiii-niiiL' at Xewlandu' Millinorv
.lolui Allen lint Keeiireu a nunaiioo in Bdirc JIaieli itj.
haiSKHgeumKU-rut the depot. , up yoar trash pile. Its about
lUrrt ln IlriKtow re'iirne-1 Tnesday time 11U0 liprintime.
fro... a IjimIiim. trip to K..g.-..e. j Ur hrmU fic nCf at ,fnvpri,e-.
Wen ChriHiinin and family of IEow ItcnHyn Drug Co.
Itiver are vinitioB in Ctluge lirovo. j ()uf ,,, r,,irat,0 m ,.
Mrs. S. V.. MeKarland han been under 1 your oyoa. Keo them. N. K. Ilnea iV.
llieeare ol a plivfieiun lor nuverni tinye. Hon.
"Wc Suit the Hard to Suit."
Don't take our word for it, but call and be convinced Hint
The Gash G 1 'ocery Go.
Carry the cleanest and most Complete Hue oi roceries
in the city.
We keep a full line assortment of fresh fruits and vege-
tables in season.
i The Cash Grocery Co.
A. G. Young, Manager.
Tt mmS SVlPPYrt
J3ohc3mki, C)j'(g-c 11.
Give us a call and we will treat you right.
KNOWLES & GETTYS.
1 loti. .Iuiim'h IIimi."iiiiv returned from
a bi.aii.ex trip to I'orllai.d Weilnesiliiy.
The I1'.. Convent ion held at Kiigano
wan well iiUeinli.il and veiy ui.tertatullig.
MiiM Marian White of t lie liiti noliool
returned from a vin.t to Hucne Sunday.
(i. ). Walker, tho Walker nierchnnt,
wan doing Imioncma in Cottggo Urove
J'runk (iooilnmn ban moved into hi;
I will bo in Cottage Grove Tipday
and Wednesday of next week, .March
26 and 20, Bt Sherwood Ilntipe.
I)u. A. U. Atwood, Dentin!.
A new club room lian been added to
You ean buy any preparation at J.
I'. Currin'a that is advertised in any
paper. Ueinombor we make a specialty
of family receipts.
Road real estate bargains of Jerome
new residence lately purclinued Jrum J. . Knox A Co.
' ""8, 1 The only flrPt-clauB toek of up-to-date
Mr. (tiltnerof Portland in viwting 1 millinerv in Cottage (Srove at priees to
her nUter, Sin. Deluro Hemenway of , no it overyono and style that ill please
Dr. H. It. Job moved into the Mcl'ar
laud renidonuo in fc'outh Cottugo (trove
Opening Saturday the 29th. Newlands'
Millinery Stoic. "
"A dollar saved is a dollar earned."
You will cave several dollars by baying
Prof. Urigg has moved into the l-V0r elolh.ngof U 15. Uement.
Tavliir reiiidonco vacated by Frank 1 Thut invoiro of tooth brushes is now
liotslmut). 1 open for inapee'ion at Denton Drug CoV
i- 1 iti..i.i .... t lire. Thev are eheap and of fplendid
Koran IlinWIo and wife of llnekliu.i ., ., r-i. , .!,'. ,IlH i,nv 'em
K-..areln tho city presumably eeU-,'lny- .Umk nt tliem-tiien mi) em.
Ing u location. j You will never wish to take another
C.demser's family ooa.Uting of wife';"''' ?Te?i,!,,Th
and Uvj, ehiM.en have arrived from j ",'ike n.L0 plnnH
Hontli IiaUotu. ,.(Teel. They eleanse the ctomneh and
Mm. lHier of Kuirene is vinftinir b"r 1 resnlate the liver and bowcU. I'orsale
liiirenlH, Mr and Mr J. U. Davidson of' by Demon Drug Co.
tiiiD city, thin week.
Carry the most complete line of Hardware, Stoves and
Tinware in south Lane county. Also a fine line of Guns,
Ammunition and Fishing Tackle. We are Headquarters
for Mining Supplies, Hurcules Powder, Fuse and Caps.
Also agents for the celebrated Studebaker Wagons, Canton
Clipper Plows and Harrows. In fact anything you may
want in the Hardware line.
Call and See Us and We will Treat You Right.
Rev. Tout delivered an aiili-naloon
lei'lure to .1 fair xized audience Tuiuday
I night ut the M. K. ohureh.
, W J. Knons han move) into tho
r.-c--vp--jf. .f Moore properly in the Jones addition
wuien ne luieiy purenaseu.
Mm. Sehalliii'k and daughter nf
Dee Are You Gee Kss!
At the New Kra Drili .Store.
I have jus pat in stock a lino of fur
niture from 11 houso closing out at quite
a nslii'-tion and will he able to give the
A l 1..,..rifni.if Knrrixttnt-e .. "r"' " " a leuu.'llotl anil w III ne ante 10 ive un
A large delegation M porresters KalU ean.e up fimu 8alem j 0WC1,t priees giving aWo a complete line
II nllulia ,t,l'lt. .11 f.A.AI.t ... tAL a 't I ... 11.... . . ' . . . 0 . '. . 1; .1
will attend initiation ceremonies at
1. o. o. I'
I'he I. O. O. F. Lodge will have
work in the first degiee Saturday
ninht. 1 here are three cinidtdntes
to be initiated.
The Maccabees rendered a suc
cessful program followed by a
sumptuous repast Thursday even
ing. Two candidates were initi
The Rcdmen held an enthusi
astic meeting Monday night in the
Odd Fellows' Hall. There weie
forty members in attendance. Five
candidates were initiated. The or
der is having a splendid new regalia
I'KATUKNAI. All) ASSOCIATION
The Fraternal Aid Association
held its second meeting at the
Wood mnii hall last Tuesday even
ing, and initiated 22 members, after
which a banquet and general good
time was the order of the evening.
Last week under the hea,d of this
society the names of several ofiicers
were inadvertantly omitted. They
arc as follows: Titos. Medley,
president; Miss Ada Smith, ob
server; Dennis Cooter, sentinel; S.
15. Lauder is trustee instead ofS.
Tncmliiy on a vmt 10 Mm. feara. f united iking good and a new line of
Mrn. (V Miller ond daughter llanel 1 ,?rPet8. mattings, portiers rug, etc.
left Vedne.dav for Portland, where allium cee liioin aim got me prices
N0TI0K FOB lTlll.tOATIOX.
UulU'il Sliitm IjiiiiI onic
IloscliurK Orrunu, Mnii'li 2D, 1!KW.
Ndlloo In lii'H'liy ylvf.i Hint In iMiniilliinco
with tho provisions nf tlio net (it C1.11KIO8H of
June II, IW. eiititlwl "An act fur tlio will- of
timber Mini In tho Stated of Unllfointii, Oro
Kim, Nevinlii. nml Wnshlnuton Torrflory," im
exlenileil until I'ubllc I.unil Stntex by net of
A11KUM 1. ClnuloH J. Ilouiu'il, of CottllK'O
llnno, County of l.imt', SI11I0 of Oickimi. Ins
thin imy nleit in thin oineo inn sworn htntumcnt
thev expect to reside permanently.
J. H. Young, J. I. Jones and Wm.
I.HtideH!) delegates to the Republican
Convention at Ktigeno went down yester
day. Dr Drown 01" Biiueno lo-t a 2o set of
anrgienl instrument on tliu road between
Mushy Creek ami Cottage Urove last
1 11 es L. Chainberfi, father nf F. L.
Cliaiubers, tho well known hardware-;
mint of Kugenc, died in that city
Harry Cherry of Ktigeno arrived tills
week 10 take the place of Dr. I'alternon
who reereates a few wecka at his old
homu in Independence and Portlands
One W. D. liolirer, formerly of this
city, who was artestetl on charge of as
siuiit upon his wife and hrothc r-in-hiw.
near lingene, some days ago, was lined
Cy llinglu.m, who had such a trying
experience by getting lwt in the Do
lieniiu moiintnliis some time since, is in
the city looking as hale and hearty as
From a private letter it is learned
that Charley Vnmlerviit formerly of
this place was killed by a runaway team
near Trout Creek, Crook county, Match
Walter Thompson, an old Cottugo
(irove liny, Is a member of the Cooloy
Theatrical 'Company, which opens a
week's engagement at the Ho.-ebiiig
John Miekel from Iowa arrived in this
citv last Friday mid is looking (or a lo
cation. .Mr. Miekel is out among tlio
farmers looking over tho dilleient com
munities and will purchase when he
lluds property to please him.
Klmer liossler, who hud the mis
fortune to have his leg broken on Mos
bv creek a few days ago., was taken to
JCiigene Monday for treatment. He vus
accompanied by Dr. Drown of Kngenn
Nest to postolfjcp.
J. D. CocmtAX.
New backgrounds and acces
sories. Rest Lenses and Cameras.
8 years in
Portland. Nothing but first-class
work. All work guaranteed.
Lowest prices, call and examine
Opposite Masonic hall. West
side, Cottage Grove.
ili swic ,11"! ' and his father, W. II. dossier of Spring
uliln no s, I Hold.
No. '21 Hi. for tho limi'linK) of tho SU
i, SI'.l l of neetlon to. If.' In towmhln no Si S, I
annuo no iwom.iiiiu hiii iniur iuoo lo mow i t r ll,...,l f n ..!.., ,j nut H,.,
1 hut the I11111I fonuht M wore VHlimblo for lta ! Hanlof Cileniliilo gives out the
Umber or mono thim fur iiKrlculinrut itiruuii. , following as a positive prmcntion of
niiil toeiitiibllsh hlsebilin to hhM liinii i.ofore Mtnallnox'. dvntlieria and scarlet fever:
tlio louiMor nun roioivor 01 ini oineo 111 1 use-, U,. ,,,, ' .. .....l,, . r,,vl,l,i..n
bum. Oreon. on Saturday, tliu .'Mt ilay of " ''1AU of !ino, one grail ; loxglo0
llo iiiiiiich us wIIiiobci:
Dan llrumbaiiKh, John l'alinor, 0. it. Ilnrk
holiler nml Jaiuo llonienwiiy all of CottiiKO
Any nml nil iurflii rlidmlutr iulveriely tho
ubovo-iloK'ribocl limits nro reiiuestoil to tlio
tlielri'lnlnm In ihfa ollleo on or bofoio until '.'Ut
lay of June, J. T. Ilniwu:u, lievUter.
Mlgitalis) one grain ; one-half teaspoon
fall of sncai : mix with two tablespoon
fulls of water. When thoroughly mixed,
add four ounces of water. Take a spoon
fill every hour. For a child small doses
according to ago. Hither disease will
disappear in 12 days.
l, Mil l
Are you Interested?
We can belt) vott in the way of
Rape, vetch and other seeds, Fer
tilizers, tools, etc.
To meet your neighbors at the
Friday Eve, March 4th
We will be pleased to en-
tertain you at all times.
G. O. WALKER.
Watch our Saturday Sales
SATURDAY MARCH 29, WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING B&HGA1HS.
20 yards Dimity new goods Sl.00
Ladies Collars Easter Novelties 0c each
Ladies Collars very fancy 15c 62Ch
Bargain Counter starts to-day, you cannot afford to miss
it. With our famous Blend Coffee we give two handsome
plates free with every DOLLAR purchase.
?F0TTOEPt CO. STORE
Under Odd Fellows'
Sueee.-urs to WHEELER & SCOTT.
We will continue to carry a full and complete
stock of Hardware. Stoves and Tinware, Mining
Sttppliea, Fish Ilro's, Wagons, Oliver Chilled n ml
Steel Plows, Etc. ::::::
ANY THING YOU WANT IN
THE HARDWARE LINE : : : :
GIVE US A CALL
AT THE OLD STAND
The . . .
River St., Cottaiio Grove.
BLEW & JONES. Props
1 Gottasc Grove
Wc enrrynn extra flno line of
Uqtiorn anil C'lgnrK, iunl If yo"
Imve oiTiiMon to want rooiIh In
our line wo woulil appreciate a
tall from yon.
Houjirt! ofalr dried or half dry door
injr. ceiliiin and runtio. Tlio llooth
Ivnlly I.iiinber Co. are making upcuiu
prices on kiln-dried lumber.
Wo am now prepared to furniuh all
kinds of braukutH, mo 'Minna, cornicii,
sahli and doors, door and window frames,
window , pickets, etc.
Woodwork of all kinds ninilo and re
paired. Wti-wlll also work rustic, siding,
ceiling or iiwi studding, etc,.-)"-1
SHOP NEAR S. P. DEPOT