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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 19, 1902)
LCD W. HBNRY,
Hdltor and Proprietor.
Entered t the poilflfllee al Cntiaee Drove,
Oregon. Second Clatimallmat'.er.
Huuarrlptlun pHie. t..1(i. Inn nr.
Aal vtr1lMlltc llnlr timtf kimlt ilttin
. Til IM rATKll la kept on Hl at K. u. Drake.
Ajlw rtleliig AjfenM. HI and M Mewlianla Kx
ebanre.ian ftauvturo, California. wlierotMi
m ii tor 'lrotl!Mnrn bemade lor It.
Fkihay, IJhckmimk 19, tooi.
TUB PAPER IS FULL.
Thin pniHT In chock (till of nilver
UkIiik mutter tliln week anil no title
take. We lmvc run n Miii1cmont
but It too In lull, anil Kovcrnl nood
advert IhoN wetv tumble to jret cpace.
Our editorial ami mlntiiK colnmiiH
wcr&omliHl, litit tliNcutilil not lie
heliyglim week. After this week
we -will doubtless have plenty of
Kjtnce for nil departments.
. HOW TO I'UKVKNT CHOUl.
It will bo Rtxl news to the mothers of
kiiihii vlillilrvn to lenrii Hint croup eitit
Im! pravcntivl . The firtt tgU of croup It
lionrrentir. A ilny or two lrfora ilia
nttiU'lc tliiM'.hlM limmies Iiohibc. Tills
In co-iii follovuil liy h HViillnr rutifili
ronijli. tiivi CliHtiibcrl.iln' Oongh
Itcnirdv free.y m ioon n the rhll.1 bo
wmen lion rn, or even nfter tha rough
inillfh iiimhi, iiihI il mil lpprl nil
r.viuptiinio H rump. In till witv Mil
umpir "'"I Hiixtety limy he uvotilml.
'Tills tcmnly l n-iil by ninny ihmnmnil
of mot her mul hita never boon known
to (all. it Ik, 111 fHt'l, the only iriniHly
thnf ran ninny be ileeiileil niton iiml
that in pleoraiit nml mto to tnke. Kit
ralu by Lyons & AppleKDte, Drain . Ilcn
mjn I)r it Co., Cottnee Orovo.
Vocsl .Mimic Lessons.
AIIhu Knimii A. llrynn wlnhos tonn
nounco to the iieoplo of our city that
nfter Jan. int. 1SXW nlie will U Hf
innticntly locnted In moms In the
Finn building where die will lx
pleased to meet any one deidrhu?
vocal Ickooiu. Ternm retinotmble.
Some Seasonable Jingles In Which
There May Be More Troth
The C. Al. A. Band.
Ih now prepared to furnish Rood
inUBic for pnrtkf . receptions mid ho
elalH nt reasonable rate.
C. W. Wallace. Huh. Ainu.
A Krnitd nniHleal concert will be
jrjvrn nt .Martins Hall, Mondny nlKht
Dec. 22 by Arthur Krnxler. Plminlt.
aecompnlneil by talented vocalist. 1
Tiie uoncert win tie ionoxtyu ny 11
social dance. See. hand Mils anil
not Ian In the business windows of
CtlHIKTM.VH HONNHTH, I
This coltiiiin contains many veWx I
that we confidentially recommend to I
the putiiic as emiioiiyiiiKiitauy unkiii
and truthful cayliiKX timt aro well
for nil to rend and tvnienilier on this,
tliofjlml old riiristtnax time.
KtiiK out y! liell your Christmas
And soiiRM of love and lore
And tell In ninny rytlitulc rhyme
What you never told lefore.
Of gift" of love mid friendship
In iitmutltlot galore
To suit the most fastidious
At the New Km Drugstore.
1 S. We nreureltnbtit uplcnmire
To keep the liell and eluinon
To tellyou of the invxeittH
We have fort'lirlsttnaH time.
Morgan .V: ltrehattt.
t on Al.l. SOUTH.
So brliiK the children to uh
Kur they will be well pleased we
With any of the ptveiiti
From Mot-Kim & Urobilin.
VlH Mli.N ONLY.
May all your troublos end In Niitoke
And they all will we know
Ifyoujjet one of tliooo. fancy pipe
1 rom Mot-Kan & llivhaut,
I 'or we plpiH from many lands
The Herman and the Turk
We have plpen down here for dud
And pliHH for men who work.
Wo have liiHtockHomecttrlotHplpcH
Made out of cherry Iorh
We have inerHcliam, cla,v and briar
And Missouri old com cobs
m. a n.
k t: .1:-; -iH -iHHHift-f HHr-: tKHfH tHr?rK?-Xr ii--.n
Pat Murphy Won Bridget 0
Orady a romance.
Now Patrick he loved Bridget
And he loved her more than life
But be never could get Bridget
To tuiy Hhe'd Im- his Wife.
He tried lianrall the xumtner
And lllK-d bis heart with naln
To llml that fall hud come around
And thliiKH wertJut the same
BrldKet she nccmcd distant
And poor Pat wiih KvIIuk Kore
And then It was ho saw the "ad"
Of the New Bra DniK Store.
BALLARD'S HOUEHOUND SYRUP.
Immediately relieves hoarse, croilpv
rough, oppressed, rattling, rasping and
difficult breathing. Henry C. Stearns.
Druggist, Shellsbiirg, Wisconsin, writes
May 20, 1901: "I have been selling
Ballard's Horehound syrup for two
years, and have never had a prepara
tion that nns given better satisfaction.
I notice that when I sell a tattle, they
come back for more. I can honestly
recommend It. 26c, 50e and f I at New
Era Drue Store.
Notice of Stockholders Meeting.
United State Lund iitllce.
BoM-burK, Ore., Dec. II W02.
Notice N hereby lrlveti that the ai-
proved plat of Survey of Fractional
22 S., It. I K.
has iK-en recelvetl ftoiu the Surveyor
General for Oiykoii. and on .Mondnv,
January 2tl, ltKKt. at Da. in. the said
plat will lie tlletl In this olllce, mid
the land embraced therein tieintr In
the Cnacnde Forest Iknerve will lie
oen to entry only to persons Imv
lnsr made settlement therein urior to
September 2S, 1S93, the date of the
withdrawal from entry of wild land
by onler of the President of the
J. T. Bunion. Register.
.1. II. Bouth, Receiver.
Notice Is hereby given that there
will be a meeting of the stockholders
of the Judson Rock Mining Company
held at the otllce of J. S. Medley, nt
Cottage Grove, LnneCounty.Oregon,
on Monday the 26th day of January,
at the hour of one o'clock p. m.
for the purpose of electing a Board of
Directors of Raid corpo ration to serve
as such for the ierlod of one year
and until their successors shall have
been duly elected and qualified and
for the transaction of such other
business as may properly come lief ore
Dated December ISth, A. D., 1902.
J. S. Mkdi.ey, Secretary.
A TIMELY SUGGESTION.
I This is the season of the year when
' the prudent and careful housewife re
, plenishea her supply of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It is certain to Im
needed before the winter is over, and I
results are much moie prompt and I
satisfactory when it is kept at hand and
, given as soon as the cold is contracted
and before it has become settled in the
. system. In almost every- Instance a
severe cold may lie warded off by taking
this remedy freely as soon as the first
indications of the cold appear. There
is no dinger in giving it to children for
it contains no harmful substance. It is
pleasant to take both adults and child
ren like it. Buy it and you will get the
best. It always cures For sale by
Lyons A App'legate, Drain. Benson
Drug Co., Cottage Grove.
k-an, the fat, the short, the
We've presents hero tor one and
And If from Missouri or not
We're glad to show.
You all of our goods, Morgan .t
It Is nice thing to have a place like
And cxerleiice such as they
Are only too willing to give the
And lady on Christmas day.
uavs or ot.t).
In days of old when knights were
And barons held. full sway,
A custom there Was mid ia prac
On the glad old Christmas day.
Each knight would bring bis lady
love A present for well he know
That she would return the compli
ment By bringing him one or two.
In which Itsaliltliey'dhelptheboys
(in wonts so ver.v tuaitn
Win any lady that they wished
Pat's courage rose ngal.i.
"Be gob" he said "I'll try them
I never thought Itcfore
So he sent for one of the handsome
From the New Em Drugstore.
P. S. You cuu guess Just how the
It has lieen a year or more
And Pat Is buying Castorla now
At the New Km Drug Store.
A PERSONAL L UTTER.
Just a Word to the Wise.
And this exchange of gifts goes on
Ah It did In days ot yore
And knight and lady can iltidwhnt
At Morgan & Brehaut's Drug
FOR TIIK IJTTI.K FOI.KH.
We hnve rabbits we have kittens
We have story books and toys
We hare many many presents
For the little girls and boys.
We havedeerjustllkered "Santa1
On all his midnight rides
We have mermaid we have pop
lars And lots of things lieslde.
Denr Friends: RememlHT It Is
drawing near to the good old Christ
mas and New Years holiday rimes.
It Is often a very serious time In the
lives of many young men and women.
Just see the dark lines around the
l'VS Of Hlk tlllltlV Of till. YOtini?
Vhat causes them you ask. The poor
tioys lie awake so inticli at nlgtit, wor
rying over what they shall send to
the Idol of their hearts.
They worry so much that no won
der they have a haggard look. But
boys! A won! In confidence, stop nil
worry mftl trust to us. and girls do
the Hume thing for we can make it
easy sailing for you. But we want
you to rcmemter that often on the
Christmas present hinges the happl
i tiess of all your future lives. So lie
i careful, go slow, be calm, cool nml
collected. Don't rush Into sending
her or him n present with your eyes
shut. Look for real value. Get the
artistic, the Is-autlfiil. Slum the
gaudy mid pompous, because It may
be a little cheaKT. Reinemlier that
deep rivers flow majestically, shallow
B ELI ABLE ;
COlVFICK is Hood or Imtl necordiiu; to where you gel i!t !
ami how it has heen prepared.
Comes from the hest growers in the world, it is grown ami pieked
under the supervision of experienced and particular coffee in
and is put on the market in very attractive form. It is the coflecc
You Should Drink
AT PACIFIC TIMBER GO'S STORK,
Under Odd Fellow's Hall. - rriTTAr.i? r.ont;u -krr?--vw.i -
.. . ' ww wiw VJ"U V UIijUU11, -I
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
The entire stock of Merchandise owned by
R. W. New J and at Cottage Grove has fallen
? . into the hands of G. E. Stevens & Co., of Chicago
and will be sold in the City of Cottage Grove, at a
The doors which were closed by order of the Chicago firm of
adjusters and mediators will again be open on
22, and Public Sale of the Stock fill begin at 8 1. II.
MUSIC, if you like it, but the most attractive feature of this
" great Adjustment Sale is the Price. A deep cut has been made on
the entire Stock in order to sell it all quickly. This means a
great saving to you on Staple goods, such as
Dry Goods and Groceries,
Notions, Women's and Children's Furnishings
Men's Hats, Caps and Underwear, Etc., Etc.
y Your Needs For a Year or Twi
While this matter is being adjusted by the mediators
HOLIDA Y PRESENTS
What Shall I Buy for Xmas?
Come and sec at the store where the presents will prove a source
of delight to the young and old alike. Among our presents muv
be found wooden, Iron and Musical Tows, Gaines, Necktie Hoxes",
Toilet Sets, Shaving Sets, Albums, Dolls, Doll Buggies, Wagons,
Wheel-barrows, Tool Chests, Blackboards, Boats, Harps, Drums,
Trunks, and many other things too numerous to enumerate.
WE ALSO DESIRE TO
Call special attensiou to our China and (jlilNNWUI
which consists of Souvenirs, Card T.tays, Olive Dishes, Cu
and Saucers, IMatcs, Water Jugs, Tea Urns, Creamers Sue
i.. ti t . . in r i. . .... "
oowis, mm mm uisncs, water acts, wine tct.s
Come Unrly While
Tlte Stock is Complete!.
I FOR LAJDIltlS MTSSJ5S mid CniTLlDRETST
i IIcmenwa3r & Burkholder.
riviUKI fUll X. JV. Jv 1 II A JK J .
The great run on pianos and organs at the Richardson Music House in ilic Inst sixty
days has been a wonder to ourselves, having sold in alt 35 pinnos nml organs as follows:
Kiila O. Hay ties Piano
E. J. Dancval , . Organ
Jacob Urou-n '
K. E. and J. D. Woodruff Piano
W. S. Anderson Organ
Mrs. G. E. Crouch,... '
Miss Emma G. Hryau .".Piano
Samuel G. Whittsett Organ
Sherman Spoilt,'... "
E. F. Oucns "
Jessie Cletmns , Piano
W. G. Kelly v Organ
J, F, Lehnliore .' '
E. J. Cox . .... .Ptano
J. S. Cliamey , . . , Organ
E. W. Redifer "
Azalia Lodge, D, of H. of Gleudale,
Ore , , Piano
Old clerks will be retained and a larg e force of
new ones will be on hand to assist in caring for
the crowds and their wants. Come and see
what Stevens fe Co. have done to the store.
.Qorne from miles away and see a bit of Chicago
jjjfe while yon load up with bargains. ..
This great sale will continue every day until fixtures and goods
are sold.or matters ajusted to the entire satis
faction of all parties interested.
JL' JLWJL Ui-1 JLJ KJ
N. B. Wanted 20 Clerks, Wide awake.
; Also small girls' and boys to run caslu- j
RepreseijtutKe of SteVeijs & Qo.
126 State St., Chicago, III.
Jasper Pattou Organ
Florence Andrews , "
D. Murry 1,. "
W. I., Edwards
Unci Crow , "
P Rocer j. "
J. A.. Chaney , . ,', ,7v ;.. "
Lillian Carper "'
N. E. Compton ,' "
A. P. Larson , . . . "
Mary A. Taplin, Sidnow, Mich.- Piano
Rem Fate "
W. C. Johnson Grand Piano
Levi Geer pjnno
Hesides the above list we have sold many small instruments, such ns violins, ruitars
banjos and mandolins. This leaves our stock comparatively exhausted, nud leaves our
floors vacant and ready to receive a fine cur load ot Needham pianos and organs direct lrom
the New York factory. Our shelving and show window is also empty, nud ready to re
ceive a large shipment of stools and scarfs from the Totik Mfg. Co., of N. Y. With twelve
years continued experience with the Needham goods we have found them the most satis
actory, both to ourselves and to our customers. Wc carneslly Invite the intending pur
chasers of pianos especially td see this fine lot of instruments before purchiisliig'elsewliere.
K. Rtcbardsdn JVhimc Rouse,
ROSEBURG AND COTTAGE GROYE.
lirookH imike a lmblillwr iioIhc, mid
lieforuvon innko .voiirflnnl Hclcctlou
for the onu thitt you lovo or wish to
reineinbcr, eomu In nnd lot imnlil you
with our oxDcrleiii-o of eliclitven vcurH
in tno mrK)ciut'H 01 tno eiist, lor wo
wihii to tw-e you wen 1111'iineii nun
everythlnK turn out nil rlfjht, for
"Of nil ud wordH of toiixno or pun
mo nwiucHt are iiicho
It inhrJit hnvo leeii."
Wlulllmr vnll fi lf.rrv Tlirlutiimu
nuil a very Jluppy Now Venr.
we reninlii ever your frlunilM.
MllllOiH & DllKIIAUT,
L. G. HIGGINS,
anj.vrs j'ads, onuoox.
(lojil, fllv.tr. Cupiwr, Usn, each l.m
(lolil, silver nml Copi ,tto
1101a. HiiTflr .nil iaii i vi
All work dona ivrefnllr, nnd alriilxht tail.
neat or none. Hall orflern ollrlted.
NOTICE rU I'DIIUOATIQN.
Und onice at Iliniburg or0ii
Notli-e 1 lierelir Klven that ihb'lilVii?.
tiainc-il elller ha. Il.e'l iioll". R?, ' ' Ji? M."
lomako Dnal proof In aiip,r , J h, JVi ?"
. "' War".' u''i WJ "'".l '' tilfori M.r'l.'
Terry t'aatrel. Bmlniw. o,. i,.
Undera, Irvlutr. Ore., (,'h.ilf. ir,i.
tlon City, Ore. Jam.. Kennedy, of BaVlnaw,
J. T.lmilxira. RealaUr.