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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 19, 1902)
TIIK AllVKHTWINO MKItlUll, 2
s& ' & & aa:
NRAT JOB I'niNTWO.
Devoted to tlic Mining Lumbering and Panning Interests of this Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake.
COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, xgoa.
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Vf'-' Suttabk Gifts
' '.''. . ffjfl I or Large Stock of
tj$ Goods we carry Suitable
flrS Gifts for
H Wife, ' '
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I K I A I I N 1 IIMIllik LAND. I.nno County W C. T. U. Institute.
, .Action Sunpcndcd on L'utrlc PcndiiiE
CHRISTMAS TOYS irs.
Christmas will Hoon be here. No better evidence of it can be found than
in our Toy Department, which is more complete this year than ever before.
A LOOK THKOUGH ODE STORE
Will make grown folks long to be children again. livery thing in the way of
Mechanical and Musical toys. We can't begin to enumerate them.
Bring in the Little Folks to See Them
1'urchai.sN may be made now and left with iih for
EAKIN & BRISTOW.
"We have the Largest Stock
of Dolls ever brought to
Cottage Grove. In this
Stock will be found ev
ery style of doll man
ufactured and from
the largest to
We do not in
tend to car
ry one of
Conseqenty they will be sold
cheaper than dolls were ever
sold on the Pacific Coast.
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I.nno County W C. T. U. Institute.
Southern Pacific Sidetrack
llelow are given cxtrnclM from
Niorctary IIIU-lH-ook'n jhi-h itiul let
ter to CoininlHNloner llcriimn ivgniil
Ing entrlen mudo miller the tllillier
unit Mtiuiii net mill will fnll.v explain
ttie prcHont Hltiintloii:
"I now direct that until further
order by the department you hiih
huiI nclloii on nil enlrlex miller hiiIiI
net liiow before your olllee, or (hut
tuny hereafter como lHfoiv It from
theStutcM of Oivkimi, California and
Turpier along In the lei ler t lit v
"V011 hit iiIho directed to have
Home of 'your iiiim) eoliiieleut mill
trvntworthy mmh'IhI iikoiiIh proH'ii
luveHtlgutcd until further order
from tin) department nil eutrleH
tllltlllo iM.iiitU.K-'!4 . tlia tlitiluir
lUcape from Reformatory.
Aw-4.A-illlllll0 M.itauK-iwr f iim iiiiour t iirjuitMMyiiiii men.
""Hiiri'BttiiifTSct iirtiioi3tnr:init(ri7riKi''iiiirin(reiieh wmioii.
vluw, Oregon '!' mul The llnllcH i much thut Ih pIcaHlng Mini protltulile
laud oIIIcch lu the Ktnto of Oregon." ltcmcnilHr the dutcH I'rhliiy mitt
ThlHilepiirtment oxpluliiH thut thin i Saturday. Dec. HI and LP.
miihh'inIoii Ih not carried Into the
local html oIIIcoh; thut entrlcH umy
Htlll Ik made In Oregon unilerthe1 T)lt. lSl,,.m sint.-Hinmi of hint 1'rl
tlmlKT mid (.tone net. anil the proof ,,uv kV(1) u m.t.,ml of tlieeHcnpeof
iimylm Hiihmltiod. Imt when thoMi'j ,.' ,IOVH( om, of U.U1I1I Wuh Nor-
cuhoh rencn mo general mini omro m nlll,.H f lMW eounty, from
inuy uru or win
ll will lie noticed thut no mention
Ih iiiuiIh of the ItoHchtirg liiuil olllee In
IIiIm latent onlvr.
Mix. Ailn Wulhice ruriili. of Port- The work of Improvement gtM'H
Intnl. Nil 1 1 mill W. f. T. I'. Icelilivr Hteuilll.v on In the S. P. ynrilx ofthlH
nnil orKUUlger will lie In I'ottnue elt.v ami It ivully Ik'kIiih to look very
drove, Dir. Ill mul '.II to eoinluel h , niileli iim thoiluh the work eontem
f'otinty limtltiite. Mrn. I'liruh Iiiih i phiteil there will Ik' llnlh(il up thin
frlenilM lien1 who take Krenl pleiiMiini i year. j
In recotniuciHlliiK her to the pulille. ' A Himtll crew Iiiih Imvii at work
Mhe In the li'xl temieriuii'e Menler' there for Home time puttliiK In illrt, I
that Iiiih vlxltiil Cot tune drove. She! liullillliK Hwlteh. uiiIoiiiIIiik eriiHheil i
hiiuillcH any Hiilijirl eipmlly well ami i rook anil lining vurloiix other klmlw
her nililreiwoH tii'tn Willi humor anil ' of work nmwary to the eompletlon ,
Hput'kle with wit. of the ImproveiuentH there.
1 hiHlltnle opciiH I'rlilny Ula. m. at1 l.nnt Siimhiy a foivo of ahoiit forty
t. P. eliuivh. Saturday heHouH j men wtre at work there iiuloailliiK
I from ID to lU'UI a. in. anil - to IIM p j illrl from lint earn ami HhovelliiK It
m. Into place for IIiiIhIiIiik the frelKlit
.Mrn. Ilnruli will deliver fret- lec-Hwlteli.
i turvM at ('. P. chuivli I'rhliiy anil, The xwlleh Ih now completetl pant
Satlinlay eveiilncx. , the depot from the north nml iHlH'liitf
DeleKulen from each union In the umtl to net freight enrn out to In) iiii
county are exin-oled to uhhIkI with j loaded upon the freight platform of
the program iim well an neveral of the new depot. The lialalice of the
our iniMt prominent IiuIiicnh nml vltch will doiilitlcHH Ih- tmllt thl
istiwrnl .jiiUfilti. wjxKjind, work coiymiMiwd upon
Couie and IiearTtne Kranltu platfonu. Tlie lil niiiTI ,
AN & HEMENWAY
Leaders in Merchandisino;.
Kvmr.u inn.. ",, lm DanlelH of linu county, fromi"""
Ih HtiHiH.mled tiotll , Uu) ,vtorm Hdiool tlim-hy lowering i" ""Jono could dwlrv.
w iuii'le. theniKelveH from the llftli ,ioor ,y !"! ho1m. our t-lty lmvi, Wi
'Pie Sweetest Words.
meaiiH of a roH. They weiv capt-
m vi I at Wooilliuru and taken hack.
1 It will he remcmliereil that youiiK
' DanlelH wan neut up from here for
I complicity In rolililiiK the lmerlal
hotel till. The other DanlelH lad Ih
hole thin Hide of the depot, unto
which It Iiiih Ikhmi iicceMHiiry to drive,
to Ket frelKlit from the' InillilliiK, Iiiih
iKt'ii lllled la with eriiHhert rock liy
the company mid Ih much Improved
In every reHeot.
When the ImuroveuientH are all
completed, the Southern Piiclllc will
have iih kooiI depot KroiimlH ami
loux mid patiently for tlilHiind know
full well kow to appreciate the haml
Mome mid cotivenleut depot which
now adoriiH our city.
Santa Glaus has filled our store full of his prettiest Christmas
Goods. He has left us so much that we can please everybody.
Minim: Stock Of Bohemia.
A Hciitliuchtul editor la that wutl
mental Htate, Kiiiihuh, who no doulit j
Juki jiihi ret uracil trom a vihii to iiih
Im'hI Klrl, wrote: "Are thero any
NWeuler wordH In the ICiirIIhIi Inn-
KiiiiKis than ! love youV " mul Home j 'low Klvo a lint of the leailluii
meiHley inerclnury OreKim editor! Mdulinr conipunleH of the lloheinla
IwhoHolH-Ht ulrl Iiiih no doulit ulven I Minim Dlntrlct mid the market price,
him the iro I iv, or cine Iio'h n married
nan) hpoIIh the whole thliiR liy add
Iiik: "PerhupH not, hut the wordn,
llero'H that dollar I ywu you on
Hulmcrlptlou' nrt not lackhiK In de
IlKlilful eiiiiuiintlon to theeur of a
It Did Iho lluslncss.
of the Htock of the wiinu. Theixs are
Home, however, that are not In
cluded in the lint yet have not Ih-cii
omitted Intentionally, while then
areothei-H that arc new companies
and will lie milled to the lint iih we
hcciiiv the neceHHiil'.v data:
Oregon SeciuitlcH (.' $ IHI
j Oregon & Colorado Mining Co. ,Vl
lloheinla (lohl Mining Co.:
'( ryntal CotiHolldated 'M
OiledaythtH week a .lap lahorlng
imiu hurried Into one of the drug
HtoivH In the city and iiHked thupopu
larand ohllglng young drugglnt he
found there, for cough medicine. Of
courne IiIh pronunciation wan not an .
clear a) It might have lieeli hence the Star i
drugglHt Hhowed lilm Home corn ( (lohl Hill & lloheinla, li
hiiIvo which Nccnied to mill lilm hut Mayflower
he'wauted It In the llitlld forul. Oolcodda 0.1
M'hon the ohllglng dnigglnt iIIh- 1 .IuiIhou Hock l:
solved uoini, of the Htuff and gave It 1 lllvei-Hlde...: '. 10
to him u a hottlc, and he went away North Kalrvlew -)
happy. jdivat KitHterii,,., l-Ji
Wltlilaafew ila.vh he i-etiirned lo . .
.tint drug Htoiv and lufotiued the Alodorn UrothcrtiooJ.
drugglHt that luid waited up-. . .
ion lilm, that the medicine had lleltiw Ih a lint of theoHleerMclccteil
lone the litiHlueHH with him and ulxo for thiM-nrnilng year ly the M. . A.
with a couple of IiIh fellow eounlry 'at their regular meeting hint week:
liieii, who hnd heen nenrly nick with I Pivnldent, 15. C. Mncy; vice piwl
'"liinl eohlH. ' tlotit, .S. K. l-auder; K-civtury and
Thev hnd taken the Htuff Inlcrnally treiiHiuvr, e'runk Wheeler; chaplain,
uiiil It had done the IiiihImchh, eurliiK . K. K. Miller: liliyHlclaii, Dr. SchloK;
New Lunch Counter.
.t: phyHlclaii, Dr.'
watclimuu, t'i A. NoIhoii; Heutr-, U.
MuDole; conductor, Mih. Kinnuk Miller.
Will Remove Stock,
.'riiunuw liulhlluK on lower Main,
Jtiimtim-onUyliullt hylllyHCH Walker,
'Ih huing lltteil up and will ho oc- The Allen building formerly ik-cii-ciiplod
by Peurli Mlllor and W. M.jpled by.lno.' Melner iih a luruinH
(IrovoH who 'Will conduct a lunch ' Hhop, Ih Mug lit ted up tilt week for
.'..iiiiitj.r iimlreHtuuiunt. occuiiancy liy Will. WvIhIi who lutH
Pn-Hldeiit J. I.. lltoy arrived lu
the city Saturday from a IiiimIuchh
Mrx. .1. (!. WooiIh and family came
i down from lloheinla lant 1'rlday for
I the winter.
MIhh (iertruilu llurdlck returnod
liiMt I'rlday from u nluirt visit with
her Hlnlcr Xettle at Kugcne.
Any amount of line llaldwlu upplen
aiv lielng marketed lu the city now
adu.VH at TikiH per IuihIiuI.
The new xhingle mill Ih looming i
above the tree topn near the railroad 1
bridge above town ami will doubt- j
Ichh bu in oH'rat4on hooii. ,
Mr. Win. Cleveland, of Portliiud. n J
nephew of Mrn. Nicholn of thin city, j
wuh vlnltlng hero lant Saturday. He
Ih n brake man on the S. P. j
A child of W. C. Conner wan take u'm
ijultelll hint Friday at the home of i
.1. I. .Ioiich lu thin city, wheiv lu com- j
puny with IiIh mother he Iiiih Ihh'H
Drx. Job and Wall went down to
Kugcne lant Saturday to attend the ,
ivgnhtr lntvtlng ofthel.ane County
Medical AHHoclatlon which wan held
thero In the evening.
deo. Kerr returned hint Saturday ,
from Portland where he Iiiih been for ,
I Hcvcral wcckH for IiIh health. He at 1
i once rcHiiiued IiIh old position lu the i
I C' A. JiiHtlco, of Diilnth, Minn,, ar-1
' rived In the city u few weokHiigo and I
will ivnlaln here during the winter,,
1 having rented the cottage formerly
i occupied by Mr. W. 0. Knyner. .Mr. ,
.liiHtlceexpeetH toloeuto permanently
I In thin vicinity.
1 .r. It. Manning, the head Hiiw.ver of
the l,puK& Hiiigham proiortleH, Iiiih
Hoveitsl bin connection with that en
tcrprlHe. Mr, Manning lutH Ihhmi the
maliiHtay and the guiding nplrltof
IIiIh onlerpiiwe. Ah an architect, mn
chhilHt, rlvctrlcloii and general facto
turnabout an enlerprlne of that na
ture Mr. Manning Iiiih proved lihiiHelf
well nualllled. lie deimrtH from thin
community with the lieHt wIhIich of
all with whom ho had IiiihIiuhh or
M-h. ,Ada Wallace, Unruh Ih one
of tlio brlghtcHt ami ablcHt platform
aneukcrH that Iiiih ever vlHltvd Mon
tana. She linn great ierHoiiallty,
the advantage of early buy
ing. You have a better as
sortment to make your se
lection from and you will al
so avoid the rush sind crush.
Any purchases you leave with
US we will take good care of
and deliver to you any time
Our Toy Department
is filled with all kinds and
descriptions and prices.
Price distinctly low, better
line has never been shown.
If you will compare our
price we believe you will find
it to your advantage to buy
They are the kind the little
girl wants. You can secure
whole families of them here.
We have all kinds and sizes
and our prices are much less
than dolls bought on the
Practically a new line from
one end to the other. You
miss it if you do not see our
line before buying elsewhere.
Our prices are way down.
We save you the need of
shopping. We ofTer you the
pick of every good thing in
the market. When once you.
see our prices you will buy.
Very large line to select from.
All kinds ofgames, old games
and new games, for old and
young from 5c to $3.
Good goods not trash. All
new bright and clean. Xo
old shelf worn goods and our
prices are way down.
We have sold so mam' that
we are nearly out. How
ever have a few yet and they
are all right too.
Book Department 1
We have a very large line of
book. J u veniles, poems,
teachers' Bibles, story books
and in fact nearly every
We are thoroughly experien
ced in buying holiday goods.
We know the good things
and buy what is wanted.
We have never been fooled.
Always sold our goods. Try
Conic and See.
'Vhuv utpect to upon up for bUHt- m,i ,v Hinall tockot cjothliig lu the bwhIw with Sr"i:t!nr.1i
ilhlH week and will doubUoHH,,,., A,Hon Imrbcr hW for Home jS'.Sl.er'auiHo
conduct a tlrnt cIiihh eatlui,' lumw,
; uo rom WWLW
Hini' iniMt.. . The whole front ol the u, ,,.i i i ui..,.i,iiH-ii..infiil in
building will bo rovlsed, largo nhow I convention work mid t lino parll.t-
McOueoil. camo wIuiIowh art) being nut In and tho montttiinn. mho counties pariiauieiiv
for iv Portland nyn
n...i..,. ,mui'ti' for a .
;Ii,.,.o. wiiinh nroiioseH to do Homo
btiHliuwH there noxt Hiiinmor.
. Oliver Veatch wuh very
1 homo the Hint ot tho week.
Ill at his (Hkv) Amc! H. ji. llAitNHH, Htato
Prcstdont, W. C. T. I'.. Montana.
J. 0. JOHNSON and F. .0 EBY
ttorneus a ml Couiselors-at-fMir ,
8iiclal attention given to Mlnhisr,Corortton j
unit Mercullt Law. j
COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
A DM 1 N 1 ST ltATOKti NOTICK.
Notice Ih UwUy given. That the
unilerHlgned han Iki'ii tliln -Itli day of
October, 11)02. by order of the County
Court ot and for Uww County, Oit
gon, duly appointed luliiilnlatiutiii
ofthowtate of A. V, Hancock do
ceitned, all peinonH having tialniH
agalndt the eHtnto of hhIiI deceiiHeil,
aiv hereby notllled to piwont tho
snnm with proper vouchern, to tho
tnideinlgned, at tho ofllco of l (1.
Kby, Cotiftellor at Law, at Cottago
Drove, Oi-egon, within U montliH
from tho date of tills notice.
Drttwl Oetolior 1002. II. K. l.aw
hoii, AdmlnlHtrntor; V. (1. Kby. At
torney for Administrator.
Why was Lot's wife tum
ed into a pillar of salt?
Because She stopped
to Rubber Neck.
But she was not to blame,
she thought she was passing
Of all kinds for sale.
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'1 iih n it i'
!; AIIISOII IV liaStlllffS,
J. E. YOUNG
Office pi Jlaln tteet, VMt Hide
COTTAGB GROVK. OkK.
Wo are now located lu our
Now iiuarterH, oppowlte tho
PoHtolllce, and rvHpoctfully
Solicit the patronugo of all
Who desire IlintHiaHH work.
A LARGE NEW
PORCELAIN BATH TUB.
UIVK t'S A IWI.li.
A fine two-year-old buy filly to
trade for miod cow or helfera.
47 p 4 s. II. Moiua.
A. H. KING
Attorney at Law,
aOTTAOH G HO I K, OJUU
H. C. MADSEN,
All work guaranteed dnt-elaii.
WaWhM, Cloeka ami Jewelrr at Lunreil Prtca
COTfAQE UHOVJE, OBE,