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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (June 6, 1902)
DASH BALL COLUMN.
HOWARD & HENRY,
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thinner, Sn ftanchni, California, where con
ttacti lor adYrrtlilng run 1 made lot It.
Friuay, Junk 6, 1902.
There is oire thing of which
rcpuhlicans can well be proud.
h this: Notwithstanding the many
nnciiltccl for ungentleinanly and
oftimcs malicious and unfounded
accusations that have been hurled
at republicans from top to bottom
of the ticket by democratic lips, it
is a noticeable fact that with few-
exceptions no retaliation along this
line was resorted to. In many in
stances many mean and hateful
criticisms could have been offered
but were withheld. In this the
republican party is to be congratu
lated. It is poor politics, and cer
tainly does not add to a party's
standing. If other parties sanction
h, it is their business, but let the
republican party forever refrain
from low, uncouth accusations even
if said accusations are well founded
The republican party ih great
enough and deserving enough to
win on its merits, in "all fair en
counters, and let it never be said
that it resorts to cruel slander and
foul-mouthed personalities. A little
"reform" along this line would
have some weight in purifying the
Ballot along other lines, of much
la the death of Sylvester Pen
woyer, ex-governor of Oregon, the
state and particularly the city of
Portland looses a vahiable citizen.
While his politics was not of the
faith of the majority of the voters of
tne state, still it must be conceded
that be was a man of the people and
of whom tender memories will
long dwell, especially in the heart's
of the common classes. At times
he was undoubtedly in error, but at
110 time could it be said that he
was wrong at heart. Hissympathy
was great and always for the labor
ing clusses, and by them will he be
not only respected but mourned
while memory lasts at the same
time going to his last resting place
iionored oy tflem all. A tribute not
to be excelled.
The past week has been one of
great extremes in temperature.
The first two days were bright and
warm, after which it turned cool
andjclotidy. Ercaueut small showers
nave Ullcn uurmg the latter nor
tion of the week, and on several
moriilnes duriiic temporary clear
ing spells light frosts occurred in
tic eastern portion of the state.
The maximum, or day temper
aturcs in Western Oregon ranged
between 54 and 90 degrees, and the
minimum, or night temperatures
between 42 and 56 degrees. In
Eastern Oregon the maximum
temperatures range between 50 and
86 degrees and the minimum tem
peratures between 34 and 56 de
gree!!. The condition of grain continues
good, ecpcciiilly in the eastern por
tion oi the state. There has been
plenty of moisture for spring-sown
wheat, and as the plant has stoolcd
nicely the yield promises to be
larger than usual. Fall wheat is
heading, but owing to the cool
weather, it is making slow advance
ment, and steady, mild temper
atures are not needed to mature a
plump and hard kernel.
some aitaita lias been cut in
Southern Oregon, aud clover and
alfalfa is generally ready for har
vesting, which is retarded by the
unsettled condition of the weather.
Pastures continue in excellent con
dition and stock is now fat and
sleek. Sheep shearing is progress
ing slowly aud the clip will prob
ably be an overage one.
bugar beets in Union county are
being thinned and the crop is dome
nicely. Gardens, corn, potatoes,
and hops, all need warmer weather,
but they continue thrifty aud
promising, although very back
The warm weather during the
first of the week brought in a
number of encouraging fruit n -
ports to the effect that the damage
to prunes, cherries and pears was
not as great as expected, but the
weather later became unfavorable.
and the damage in the Willamet'e
alley to Italian prunes. Royal Ann
cherries and Bartlett pears is con
siderable. In Southern and East
em Oregon the fruit outlook is very
promising, and there will un
loubtedly be plenty of berries in all
parts of the state. Early apples
nave dropped badly, but winter
pples, as iar as can be determined,
nave set nicely.
The Republican State Ticket Elected
Uxccpt the Head of the Tkkct.
a Small Majority, Lane County
Elect Republican Ticket Ex
The election Is over, mut while tin
otttclnl count Is not irlven vet. It Ih
conceded by nil that Mr. Cliiimucr-
mmi ih me next governor 01 the ntntc
ity iv minority nnvwiicre from "SU to
The rent Of the stntu tleVft. Iun
publican, by tuilendld nmlorltW-H.
Lunc county went republican with
the execution of Hherlff.
'liieunttngc Urove precmctH gave
i . i,urnn. tieinocrnuc raniimntn
for commissioner, a majority over
tciwimiH or sb votes a nice tribute
to a iciiow lowiiMtnan.
in the cast precinct the vote for
governor was a tie, each receiving
153 votes. In the west prvctnet
iiiiiiuierinm rccciveu Ha nuu tnir-
nisn us, giving the democratic can
muaic a lean 01 G vote.
FURNISH MAY WIN.
The latest dispatch received at this
olllcc before going to prvsn was to
the effect that complete returns are
In from all counties except Curry,
giving Chamberlain 32 majority,
Curry Is estimated to give Furnish
150 majority. If this Is correct Mr.
Furnish Is elected.
o Local Brevetie. j
Are you going to Salem next
The regular fare from this place
to Portland is now but $4 40.
We pause and lay a token of re
membrance at the grave of the sol
dier. Let us figure on your job print
ing, We print almost anything
All work first class.
The grand old man of Oregon,
Judge Geo. H. Williams, waselected
mayor of Portland by over 1000 ma
jority. Mr. Williams is a staunch
republican, a man who is nearer the
hearts of Oregonians than any other
living man today, and Portland can
well be proud of the honor that city
hasconfirmed upon itself in electing
the first gentleman and statesman of
the state to the mayoralty.
It was predicted some years ago
by a worthy old Oregonian says
the Forest Grove times, that the
Kansas and Nebraska people and
thi dog fennel would take this
country. That seems to becoming
true in regard to the easterners,
but our moss-back friend should
notice that Nebraskans are death
on dog fennel.
HOW TO AVOID TROUBLE.
Eot is the time to Droviile vnurnelf
nu lamuv wnn a bolt e oi Chamber.
Iain's Colic, Cholera anil Diarrhoea
Remedy. It U Hlruovt certain to be
needed before the tnmincr is over, and
if procured now may save yon a trip to
luwii in me nigriiorm vonr uneical
eaeon It is everywhere admitted to be
the niojt Kiicciwfril medivineln me for
bowel complaints, both for children and
adults. No family can afford to be
without it. For sale by Lyons & AddIh
gate. Drain. Benson Drug Co., Cottage
The car fare from Cottage Grove
to Eugene is now 65 cents instead
of 82 cents as of old.
The three cent passenger rate
went into effect on the Southern
Pacific last Sunday much to the
relief of the people who pay car
For blliOUPtlPM I1AA fThftmltrl:iir.
nooiacna i.iver iauiele. ITiry rleanve
the stomach ninl regulate the liver and
ooweis, eneetinc a qnlck- and perma
nent cure. For sale br livnunn Ilriirr
r f .. . . -
At the meeting of the council last
Tuesday night the following business
Ordinance No. 63. rfrlnir council
authority to Issue permits to prop
erty owners on Main street to erect
wooden bulltllnirs. bv a two-th rds
vote 01 council: passed.
ur. wail was elected city physician.
The planing mill opened
luesday for business under th
new management having received
a car or two of lumber, which it
seems is very difficult to nrocure
just at tne present time.
It begins to look somewhat lik
business down near the S. I
ucpoi nowadays, rne irncJc was
graded and the iron laid from th
S. P. across the road near the depot
the first of the week and the track
is lined with cars loaded with ma
tenal for the construction of the
No matter who the governor is,
be is the governor of all the people
ol Oregon, and should be honored
and respected by all. It is the
duty of every intelligent voter to
make his official lot as easy as pos
sible, aud this can best be done by
laying aside our political prejudices.
Did anyone see Hon. L. T. Har
ris runniug through Lane county
precincts last Monday? It is re
ported that a few democrats found
msloot prints but they had been
made several hours before they
My little son had an altsrV nf tthmiv
Ing cough and was threatened with
pneumonia: Diit tor Chnmlerlain
Cough Remedy we would have had
serious time of it It also saved him
from several severe attacks of croup.
11. mricKianen, eaitor world-Herald
fair itaven. Wash. For sa In hv f.vnn
n Alliejtaie, urain, ueneon Uriig Co,
The Oregon state election is now
over and the result a thing of the
past. Let everybody get down to
Business now and assist to make
Cottage Grove the "Biggest Town
of Its Size" in the state.
The great struggle between Boer
and Briton on the red sands of
South Africa has been brought to
a close at last and the world
breathes a sigh of relief.
SKA I) IT IN HIS NEWSPAPER,
GewHe Schnub, a well known Ger
man citizen of New Lebanon, Ohio, in u
constant reader of the. Davton Voids
zeituug. Ho knows that' this paper
alma to ndrertlne only the bent in its
columns, and ulien hu s;nv Cliamlur.
luln's I'.iln linlm advertised tlieiein for
lame back, he did not heritntg In buy
ingahottle of it for his wlfo, who for
.eight weeks hud suffered with the most
feirriblo pains In her back and could get
no relief. He says: Aftor using the
Pain Balm for n few days my wife raid
to me, 'I feel as though b' rn anew,'
and before using the. entire contents of
fie bottle the unbearable pains hud en
tirely vanished and she could again
tnko up her household duties. He is
very thankful and hopes that all suffer
ing likewise will hear of her wonder-
Jul recovery -jnis vaitiume liniment n
for sale by Lyons & Applegate, Drain.
Jlenton Drug Co., Cottnge flrove.
Wheeler & Phillips, rent for
Jessie wonack, nurse for sick.. 28 50
lJlier & Vnndenbunr. material 1 1,
J E. loung, recorder 10 53
Griflln & Veiitch, material ... 28 31
Electric Light Co, for May ... ISO 00
H. E. Underwood, marshal. . 50 00
E. A. Wlllson, meals 14 00
Thos Allen, repairing on reser
Currin & Co. fittings 1 05
ur iieo wan, proicssionai ser-
Wynne Hardware Co . . . . 108 04 "Will you give me a nickle or a
G IS Pltcher.dep ranrshal .... 7 00 dime to help my mother on to the
" ir1"1 muor on walcr , rJ"t county seat?" Of course we
Upon presentation by D G McFar. I duK UP the coin and handed it
land, J P;Currin and others, of the t0 'he ragged, dirty little urchin
cottage urove water Co., of the flag that had invaded the sanctum
fnrmprlv fifurl In- flip pjimiiflnr ttt loi . . .
hYomYvw ?oon los ner bearings, or
vote of thanks. J thought us easy, and called again
Adjourned. with the same song which she had
Tkamh Wasted. learned quite well. Kvidently she
To haul lumber from our mill on lauea to secure the
Coast Fork river. Good pay. steady amount for they did not cet out of
work. Coast Fork Lumber Co.. Cot- Unu,i i.Mtit j...
... r r 1 ..un. tut, ucAkuav.
Permanent organization of the
Local Alliance will be completed at
the meeting next Tuesday evening
at the J, V. church. Program as
follows: Song by congregation;
scripture reading by J. W. Currin;
auett, Anna and Nettie Morss; pa
per by Mrs. Dr. Schleef; song by
quartet; io-minutes talk by Rev.
Aiminennan; business session.
S. B. Morss, Pres Pro. Tern.
J. C. JOHNSON and F. .G EBV
attorneys and Counstlors-at-law
Bpdl attention plven to Mlnlnr, Corporation
ana Mercantile Law.
Office orer Oarman tc Ilemonwar's (tore.
COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
MRS. PET SANFORD'S
For Fashionable Dressmaiiiff.
CottAob Grovk, Ore.
HEIINE-HENSON At the residence
01 jir. anil .Mrs. it. J. Jennings,
Portland, June 5, 1002, Mr. II. V.
Behne and Mrs.Juno Benson of this
Mr. Uclme ia the superintendent of
uie iieieua consolidated Co. of Bo
H. C. MADSEN,
Repairing at reasonable chargea.
At work guaranteed flratlaia.
retches, tlocka and Jewelry at Lowest I'rlees
COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
Tl l-. 1.4-1 a...
owner of tho Benson Drug Store of the Cottage Grove Investment
Buy property real property
through the Cottage Grove Invest
ment Co., Rooms , PiutJ Bid.
this city. Tho many friends extend
u muni iieany congratulations.
Blue print mans of anv townliln
in Roseburg, Oregon Land District,
showing all vacant lauds for socts
each. If you want any information
from tbeU. S. Land Office, address.
Titib Guarantee & Loan Co.,
Co. It is a bargain. Apply at once.
BARKER & PERMAN
DEALERS IH KINK
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
Mala strict, Cottage drove, Ore.
"Alerts" on Deck.
The "Aletts" baseball club of
Grants Pass, which carried off nil
honors in Southern Oregon Inst
year, are making preparations for
as gootl work this season ns they
did last summer. A local base
ball company has been formed to
manage their nfTiirs during this
serson. A considerable sum of
money has been expended in put'
ting the local grounds in shape.
A ucw wall has been built around
the field and a new grandstand
ouiit. a majority oi last year's
crack team will play with the
Aletts this season The team will
be collected and ready for its first
work by the middle of this month
Arrangements are already being
made lor match games with South
ern Oregon and Northern Cali
Printers PUy Ball.
"The Register boys moy be able
to write "impressions." set tvne
ana carry papers successively, but
tney cairt play baseball a little bit.
Their "forms" were badly "pied"
oy tue uuartt 10 ce in a fierce seven
inning game on Kliicatu Held yes-
teniay altcrnoon resultiiit: in a
score of 8 to 13," says the Eugene
Guard, How we would liked to
have seen some of the boys spread
themselves as tbey no doubt did on
this occasion. The only wonder is
that some of them didn't fall and
hurt themselves. If some of the
boys there did't get even with the
"paper men" on "comments" and
"impressions" thev ccrtainlv
missed the opportunity of a lifetime.
No one who cares for the ureal
national game of baseball should
miss seeing the ramc at Salem next
Sunday between the "Crackerjt.k
Aggregation trom this city and a
picked team from East Portland
It will be n hummer and no mis
take. Forty dollars and expense,
go to the winners and of course our
boys expect to win unless thev run
in the entire league team of Port
land against them.
The ball team will be decked out
next Sunday in an entire new line
of ball suits made for them in Port
land, thanks to the interest taken
n them by- the business men and
others of this place. The people
here are beginning to realize that
there isn't anything that ndvertises
a town like a titst class ball team, J
ueiice arc oiiCKtng tne boys in a
A large crowd cathered at the
ball park last Friday afternoon to
witness a practice game between
the first team of this place and the
M. A. team. A full game was
piayea anq-iue young team showed
up in excellent form for so early in
JR ISI'l'aCIAfj We have six wal.it patterns--4 yard length In Crislal Card Silks these
8 ttfto 11 Vi",paller"s soUl mly Ulc seaR0"' aml 'O'Hly.ut Oot.t (i yard. Wc are f
4 1 ..' offering the remainder, 9 yards, at, the very low price of StOnts it. nn.ril- I
$l.fiG for four ynrd patterns. These silks are very desirable. You can afTord a silk waist nt
these prices. Come early if you do not wWt to be disappointed. They will not last long
Ladies find in our Spring
Stock n nice variety of beau
Dlmltlcs, Lawns, Linen,
Percales, Muslins, Silks.
Light weight gocds for dress
es, waists or decorations.
The real point is the beauty
and durability of the goods.
X j a crrc a rmr r a tints.
Right now, when you arc needing Lace Curtains, we're
showing the most complete, assortment wc huve had.
It looks like the Manufacturers had made special cflorts to
turn out nothing but beautiful patterns. Wc think you'll
find them just wliAt you're looking for, and at smaller
prices than you expect to pay.
White Lawn Shirt waists
that you enn afTord to buy
They are stylish and well
made. Tucked in front
and Nick. These waists
are worth more than wc
ask for them Tooln.
Skirts in Crash, Linen, Ducks aud
Serges, very nicely made.
Our LiiicnJSkirts cut latest
Style, 7.7c UOo to $t.3o.
will pay for
About the price
Largest assortment in
the city, at very low
APRIL and HAY
Announcement at Lurch's
Thanks fo Tom Medley and sev
eral more of our most enthusiastic
base ball cranks, the diamond
down at the ball park in Long &
Bingham's, additiou has been
dragged, scraped and laid out,
almost ready for business.
"Casey" Robinson, our crack
second baseman, left last week for
the mines where he expects to re
main during the summer. It is re-
grcted that he was unable to secure
employment here so he could hold
bis position on the ball team.
This is the greatest baseball
season in the history of the Pacific
coast as is evidenced by the im
mense throngs that crowd the
graud stands and bleachers in everv
city where the great game is played.
The ball trame at Eucene last
Friday between Willamette and
Oregon universities resulted in a
decisive victory for the Oreeon
team on a score of 4 to 9.
New Shirtwaists in Quantity and Quality.
Wc can fit you from Pocket book and Fancy.
Ca VjcIAJ. JLUl Will VMMlcl U1C
ill O il
You are entitled to it.
J. S. MEDLEY
Mtorney-at-Law o o
: Office on Main etreet :
CoTTACB GROVK, ORK.
I 1IERH AIM) SOW f
You're thinking of a new suit and where to get it to the best advantage If you'll accept our sugges-
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null toil 11 imy 11 huiy uiiu ricic. wc uuujjiii uui v.,i,ui iil.iu Hum inn largest WOOICII Mill 111
America, Finishing the Cloth tbey Weave into Clothing. Their Clothing bears this guarantee,
'The goods in tins garmont contain no cotton or auyother adulteration and wc will forfeit fioo.oo
jj if cotton be found in the warp or filling of same," Mayi'II'.i.d Wooi.kn Mim.s, Maiwacturhks
j) Brlngyour little chnps to our st ore nnd lit them out In tliow Natty VeMtecHiillM. iirvh a to 1 yearn. Knee
i PnntH SuitH for boyH, from :i to Vi yearn. Menu' and IIo.vh' clothltu;. " full stock. Mciim' all wool milts, no
i shoddy, no cottoti, tut low ns $10.00 per milt. Knits for $IC.J0 iih good a fXl.m to J2.YO0 Knits clHOwherr
6 lll'AiniMVVAV A, IIII01lm tun
0 . . . . uwiniiuiimilt ft
Mrs. Kafherlne Schleef, . D.
Diseases f Women 'aad CbildreB
COTTAGK GROVK, ORE.
J. E. YOUNG
Office on Main itreet, Weft side
Cottagu Grovk, Ork.
Aj& the Old. Maid
Said when She
Our ads are nhort and aweotand right
to the point.
Itreliaut & Morgan
The New Era Drug Store,
Tho larecat and most cornuleto stock
of millinery at Mies Mary Uartcl'u 2nd
door eaet oi butcher chop,
TO AND VROM AI.I.
W. S. ClIKISMAN.
The Fashion Stables
SI. 1'aul, DuixUh,
ANli POINTS MAST.
Through Palace und Tourist bltcpcra
Dining and linnet Hmokliig
1 - Library Cars.
DAILY THAINB: FAST TIMK:
for Kates. Folders and Full Informa
tion regarding Ticket Routes, call on or
J. W. PHALON.T. P. A.
II. DICKSON, C. T. A
ad St.. Portland Ore.
COUSKR MAIN enrt HKCOKIl HTHKET, COTTAUB IlItOVK
Gl)risii)un & Bnsf Proprietor .
AIsoqwii and opperatc the Hthtmia
and Black Hutte Stage I.iues
I'irst-Qaii Turnouts, Double or Single a
A. IS', 0. DENNI8T0N.,
613 First Avenue,
G. W. P. A,
Harness and Saddlery,
MAIHBTREET, COTTAOK OROVK,
George Melnzer, Prop.
A Una lino of JIarneii, Haddlea.Whtpi, Iluggr
Robei. Leather Belling, Ktc.,alwayt on band.
AUklndioi Keralrlnga BecUlt)r All band,
ewed work tnrued out.
Our Farmer Frlendi can get the Tcrbeitat
tho Loweit Living I'rlcei. Come In and eitm
Ino the good 1 and iee for youne).
There was never a better chance to secure
unparalleled bargains in just what you
want nt prices that just suit you than nt
the present time.
Iloots and Shoes, Clothing of All Kinds,
Hoy's and Men's Suits, Shirts, Utc. Etc.
are all going at Bargain Prices and going
fast. Call and see for yourself.
Store on west side, opposite First National Bank.
A. D. LeRoy.