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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 23, 1903)
C. J. Howard
Btrton C. Y. Drown
. Dullness Mfc'r.
entered at the ponofflee l Cottage QroTe,
Ortton si Second Class mill matter.
JnbserlptLn prlee, I.BO,
Advertising rtaUe ranf.
Tilts PAPKIl ll kant on 111 at K. C. Drake'
Advertising Arencr, 04 and M Merchants KX'
rhsnre.Ksn Francisco, Calllornla. where (on
iracis lor eaverusing can oe roeae lor 11.
Friday, January aE, 1903.
Who will be state senator?
It is rcgretable that this city
cannot be provided with a sewer'
Salem is in the midst of bcr liar
vest now. She has a good crop
every other year.
How about the introduction of a
fire drill in the public schools. It
should be done and no delay should
A bill is now before the legisla
ture which calls for a state hop in
snector. It is now in line to have
a louse inspector.
Muddy streets, are the order of
the dav now. but they could be
helped if the crosswalks were higher
and n the city could see its way
clear to take up the sewerage prop
Lieut. Gov. J. H. Tillman, after
having committed murder, should
at least have the manhood to re
sign the lieutenant governorship of
South Carolina. An assassin should
not be allowed to hold office for a
One of Lane county's pioneer
women, Mrs. Elizabeth Henderson,
has surrendered her noble life and
has passed beyond the death cloud.
Each year the number of sturdy
men and women who breasted the
trials of early pioneering in the
west is diminishing, and in a few
years only a record of heroic deeds
and hardships will be left to be
speak for the noble band that
brought Oregon belore the world.
It is gratifying to note that the
suggestion made by the Nugget
last week regarding the necessity
of a tire drill in the public schools
of this city: was taken to kindly
by Professoi Briggs and his stafT
of teachers. Professor Briggs has
realizetLthe-need-for sometime, but
in the execution of other matters
demanding his attention had de
layed taking the matter up. In
thanking the Nugget for the sug
gestion he stated that it would
have his attention this week and an
efiective system be put into service
The public school will give an
entertainment at Martin's hall
Saturday evening February aS, the
tunas to be ustd in securing a
reference library and supplement
ary reading lor pupils. The exer
cises will be literary and musical
and a treat is in store for those who
The enrollment has reached 409,
nn increase of 106 or 33 per cent as
compared with an increase of 15
per cent in the Eugene schools.
The town does crow.
Fire drills will be a feature
the work from this tune on
Though the teachers have been in
structed in the matter heretofore no
drills have been engaged 111.
The school is very much in need
ol a good drum and this is very
much needed in fire drill. Have
we not a good looking man who
will undertake to supply the school
with the article?
Mrs. Bond was called to Drain
Saturday, the 17th on work with
the otwg Ladies Association
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" Co. Coming.
Ono mUrlit not oxiect. much eu
tlniRlnKin from college 111011, who nro
not mrrlculturnl men, recording
farm II to, hut Dr. .), (I. Schurnmn.
pivwldent of Cornell unlvornlty, In a
went Interview nltl tlmt his own
exerlcnco led him to nympftthlte
deeply with a farmer' llfo mid work.
Ills father mid IiIh niuvHtorn (or
many Kvnomtlimn were tanners.
Ills own family ntv farmers. Ho
himself wax drought up oil n farm
niul lie knows tho meaning and
realities of farm life. Ho believes the
of J tanner nro the backbone of the
country, me most conservative citum
we have, the people of tho most solid
character. In the cities families go
to wed In two or three generations,
and the cities would ko to destruc
tion but for their continuous re
ciierntlou by the eonilii? of youhk
iiu:i and women from the farms.
The hoio of the I'nlted States, there
fore. Is In the fanning; population.
In the education of the farmers Dr.
Sehummi wild ho was vltnllv Inter
ested. Ho knows that the urcnutin-
tlon of agricultural education Is
more dltllcult than the onriiuliiitlon
of eiiKlneortiiK education anil the
mechanic arts. The farmer stands
nearer tiian any other man to tut
ture's source of supply. His bust
1108S cannot lie syndicated. The In
leon W. .'ishburn with Stetson's
Uncle Tom's Cabin" Company
conies to the opera house Saturday
evening Jan 2-1, when the patrons of
that popular house will see that
time-honored play In all its siiierlor
attractiveness, "t'ncle Tom ' Is the
hero of this purposeful story, which
Is portrayed by Thos. Dins Stetson's
original I'nclo Tom. probably the
best known Impersonator of this
celebrated character In the world.
There will lie two Topslcs mid two
Marks In this great double east.
The work of coniietent ployors Is
further enhanced by lionutlful stage
settings niul new electrical devices.
Col. Sawyer's :elebrated pack of
Siberian bloodhounds Is one of the
features with this company, as well
as the prlie Shetland ponies. New
and novel features are Introduced by
the Creole Ladle Quartette; John
Lenry, champion buck and wing
daucer, assisted by the Mississippi
fnger, Lu Octette. "Thel.oneStnr"
quintette in sujierb vocalizations and
the grotesque Limber Lee. The
imrade will lie well worth going to
New outfit and up-to-date meth
ods assaying, or complete analysis
Clorination, cyanide and working
tests made. All work done In ilit
plicate, and correct returns guar
ontced. Mail orders promptly nt
teaao to bu titmilo. If ul all proloiiKCi
iliu Bufest wny i to pul tliem inkle, u.
Hit) very Ixitimiliiir. Uulliinl'a Hum-
hound syrup slops, scold niul remove
iliecsusoul eoliU. S5c, 60u umt il.OO
001110 mi ai'w tin UruB store.
Unltcl Si. in Umt onto.,
Itoseblirg, Orrion, Oct, is, iwl
Nntlrall hMlhv l.n ..! It. M...n..ll.n
with the pnnlitini of the an ot Conirtus ol
June I, Ufa, rntltleil "An Act forth tale ot
1 imwrr u nii in in mates ol California, ore
roil. Nevada, ami Wsihlnt,.t, iw.it.,.,.
e-itende.1 to all the r-ublldaml states by art ot
August 4. 1.. turner Majr.ot llariUbiirit,
2nr ol I.lnn. Slate ot Oregon, has
this day Rle.1 Inlhlt office his sworn ilaleineul
offer nrool tothow that the land sought la mure
valuable tor Its tlmbcror stone ihaiitorsgrlrul.
lor the purchase ot the
SV I of teo.
21 8, range 3 west, and will
dividual must nlways play the most
nil 101 mill liliri 11111,111111 lir. tCIHir- ' in,.! nut noma 1.1 hu l. I
iiinn thouglit that was one reason j !.d&Uf
wiiy 1 ne proper nrovis 011 tor t 10 Miene
eilucatlon of young men anil women
for farm life Is really so dltllcult.
Very wasteful methods are mip.
sued lu harvesting wheat In Califor
nia and the wheat tlelds there are
given over to large bands of sheep
Immediately after harvest to net ns
Oremn. nn Thnra.lt lha Hth
dar ol January, imi,
lie netue as witnesses '
JamceN. Kandle.otKalrmoiiul, UneCo.. Ore .
1. 1 Morris, nt lUrrl.lmrr. Llun Co., Ore..
Austin Itwt.ot Sprluineld, Une Co.. Ore.,
(.eoritr . lllinler. ot Kuaene. Ijine Co. Ore.
Any and all persons elalmliiir adtertelr Ihe
abore-deserlbnl lands are rciueted to flle
their rlatnis In ihlsofflee on or belore said ih
1st of Jannarjr, IwB.
J. T. llnlMto, Itrtlile
The owners of sheen nav
live cents er acre for the privilege of
running the sheen on them lomrl IK IIXU-ki.i.
enough to gut the seattenHl wheat! Trv n fioc liil ..1 11...1.1.!.. 1...
heads. The owner of the land Is
doubly benefited 1v the concession
money anil by the fertility and Im
Eugene is making an effort to
secure the carriage factory now lo
cated at Corvallis. It is gratifying
to know that Eugene, each year,
opens her eyes a little wider and
takes in a more comprehensive view
of her position. She is the county
seat and metropolis of Lane county,
one of the best counties in the broad
state of Oregon. Every induce
ment should be made by her citi
zens to build up her manufacturing
interest. When you come down to
the gist of the tbiug farming at
one end and manufacturing at the
other makes up the backbone of
progress. Eugene is a "good
mixer" in this respect.
That the bubonic plague has ex
isted in San Francisco for a long
time, and that there has been over
80 deaths from it in that city, are
facts that nobody who has ex
amined the evidence can doubt.
Yet the newspapers of that city.
tde governor who lately went out
of office, and other local ofiic-als,
have persistently and positively
oeniea me met. buch false reprc
sentations tn regard to a matter
that the whole country, and par
ttcularly this coast, had a right to
Know tue exact truth about, is ex
tremely reprehensible. The plague
is mere, ana in spite ot all these
false denials the country knows it.
Great care should be taken that it
uocs nor. appear nere. For one
thing, our Chinatown should be
cleaned up oftener and more thor
RBAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Hinds and King's sares and trans
fers for tlie last ten days. In Mc-
harland's uth addition to Cottage
D. (J. Mcl-'arlaml to Ida M. .Miller,
lots 1 and S block 1.
I). O.-McFarland to .Mamie II.
White lot b!k I.
D (i McKarlnnd-to .Mrs Marv Hart
lot 4 btk 1.
D O McKarlaud to A H rnisou lots
DG McKarland to .Malachl Miller
lot 7 blk 1.
I) G McFnrland to A H King lots 7
nndS blk 2.
Mrs M Cntul J I' Currlii to. I H
Vance nnd wife lot 5 blk :t In Currln
Mrs C A Perkins to Mrs Simmons
lot.1 blk 2 J H I'erkln's addition.
Frank Jordou and Ix-na .Ionian
to Mrs Simmons 'JO feet on Mnln
Kdgar King and wife to Oscar
Frohmader 4.1 acres tp 20 S It :i W.
All that was mortal of Thos. H
iungue nas ueen iaia to rest near
nis old home at Hillsboro, His
coffin was covered with flowers,
natures grand tribute, aud the
prominent men of the state with
bowed heads stood at his coffin side
and listened to the last earthly ser
vice. The life of Thos. H. Tongue
1 j ; l,criect Propriety be em
ulated by the younger generation,
As a boy he was poor in purse but
rich in ambition and integritv
Endowed with many of nature's
gifts. He put his ambition and in
tegrity to the test and be went up
the ladder to prominence and in
fluence. Long in the political ser
vice of his state at no time has the
breath of scandal tainte him. Had
life been spared him he no doubt
would have ndded more luster to
his name; but nature rebelled. It
was not to be. He lead a good life.
He made 0 good fight, and his
name is not nor shall not be
Mining Stock Of Bohemia.
Below we give a list of the leading
mining compnnles of the Bohemia
Mining District and the market price
of the stock of the same. Thero are
some, however, that are not lit
eluded in the list yet have not U-en
omitted Intentionally, while there
are others tlmt are new companies
nnd will be added to the list as we
secure the necessary data:
Oregon Securities Co 91 HO
Oregon & Colorado Mining Co. 50
Uohemlu Gold Mining Co
Golden Slipper...... 25
' rystal Consolidated 20
Leltoy ,.. 15
Gold Hill & Bohemia 15
Judson Bock 05
North Falrvlew 02
Great Eastern 12
a visit of the llock
weens are eaten by them and are
kept trom going to seed. It has
been found to lie very satlsfaetory
tliero mid could be Introduced to ad
vantage hi other localities.
may tie auie to make ills slicep pay
200 i.er cent on his Investment, but a
ttock lu good hands ought to lie able
to pasv.a good interest on the Invest
ment and something over tor tho
owner's trouble. The lambs,
whether sold In the market or killed
for home consumption, may In con
sidered as clear gain.
At the National Live Stock Con
vention which uillijurned lu ICmixas
Ctt.vou.Ian.Iij.it wits decided that'
the l'.MI convention should meet lu
Portland. Oregon. This Is a stroke1
of good fortune on tlio jmrt of the
Oregon delegation not easily over-1
looked. The convention will bring!
many Kople here, of tlicelntvs most
deslrabk-. who will look- tin. Mint,.
aim us resources cnrelully over.
That (sail that Is necessarv. TlieM)
selfsame eopIe will do the rest. The
mosi 01 mem will eventually locate
The new definition of a farm Is
V piece of land entirely covered bv
Sam heard about some cheap land
in an adjoining state ami lie bought
an excursion ticket to that place.
When ho got there he wrote homo to
a friend that he arrived safelv and
found plenty of cheap land. He said
the people there were living 011 snow
balls nnd rabbit tracks, As for the
soli It was so poor that the grave
vjiriln tlili! ti lu. f,rlll...l V..... ...
.............. ..If 1 .7, kill
,...,..w,vHii:iii rpt-t-uiiy fllecittl In voilr
Appetite Kueri:)-, StreiiKth nnd VlKor.
Wntch how it hrh-liten tin. anMi.
proyenioni 01 tlie laud occasioned by : ..ivM freedom ln Z., " V,"
Thousands of I Viilitv " mi i
Isaac Soorv, Ava. Mo., writes, Sept.
10th. IfXX). "I was in bad health. I Inn!
toiimeli trouble for 12 months, also
iiiiniu emus, nr. J. W. Mory presort Iwl
,,v,Utc, isL-iiiiM uiii in iuo weeks. I
cannot recommend it too lileldv. it will
iKiau voii claim for it." Sold bv Kmv
r.m i'ru)5 f-iore.
VI. vl. O. . .1. . .
Tn ! -T- 'T- "V
Economists should start first with the Gro
cery List. This store should appeal forcibly
to every Money Saver.
Here are Pure foods Healthy Flesh mid Hruin Producing
Groceries at Prices
Particular attention is called ta our oilers
Canned Goods, Meats and Vegetables.
AT PACIFIC TIMBER CO'S STORE,
Under Odd Fellow's Hall,
COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON.
HH. --.1 --:Hr-Hri4
11KST LINIMKXTOX KAKTH.
..."V""',.1.'- llildivin. S..pt. Cite Water
Work. Shiillsbinv, Wis , writes: "I
have tilwl ninny kinds of liniment, hut
have never received much lienetit until
I used Mallard's Snow l.liilmi.iit f.ir
' rheumatism ami pnln. I think it the
I best liniment on earth. " 3Re. IKVand
J1.H0 Isitlle at New Kra Drujt Store.
Notice of Stockholders Meeting.
Notice Is hereby given that there
will be a tnwtlng of the stockholders
of the Judson Hock .Mining Company
held at the otllce of. I. S. Medley, at!
Cottage Grove, LaniiCouuty, Orvgon. 1
on Monday the 26th day of January,
1903. at tln hour ot ontf Mlock' p. in.
for the purpose of electing n Hoard of
Directors of said corporation iomtvo
as such for the liorlod of one year
and until their successors shall have
'.een duly elected mid (iimlttled ami
for the transaction of such other
business as may p'roerlycomelefore
Dated DeeemborlStli. A. 1)., 1!I2.
J. S. Mkiii.kv, Secretary.
a good Judge of nuv eountrv and
he has not exaggerated the situation i Huy your toilet articles at Ilensoii
very much. In looking up a new ' Hrug f '. A choice line, well selected
home it will pay to take a good, 'm tho liest goods ohstiilnable.con
long look ls.-fore making a change. stoutly on hand for your lnsKvtlon.
Cement promises to tnke the place KVKKY
oi siunc nun uricK ior all Klllils Ol
foiiudatlou work aud to Isj largely
used In wall construction. Accord-
just opened in the
Walker Biuldini; ncur
Depot on South Side
of Alain Street. We
will supply you with
Meals or Short Orders
at any time. We huy
only the freshest and
best the market af- I
fords and prepare in
any style you desire.
MILLER & OOWDV,
lt Door West otbepot
south Sid. u( Main Street,
lug to the tigures received bv tin-
treasury bureau of statistics, the pro
duction of cement In the United
States has doubled in live years, the
total for 1901 tielng 20,000,000 barrels,
as against 10,000.000 In 1897, while
during the lierlod from 1KB up to the
beginning of 1S90 tho production lind
remained practically utatlonary at
about 8,noo,000 barrels per milium.
The brave man does not like to
strike his colors, but the oleo man
has to drop his colors or get out of
the business. Now for all Inning
after the shoddy man Des Moines
No mini can lie cruel to his stock
without ls?Ing cruel to himself. The
man who can sleep sound while the
sound ot Ills HUffertug stock Is heard
all over the neighborhood has his
conscience (If he has one) "seared ox
If with n hot Iron." There never
wbm a truer truism than "The iner
cllul man Is merciful to his beast."
HOTTLK OP nilAMUl'K.
I.A I . s UU L U 1 1 H K M K D V W A It-
We euarunleo every linttln nf I'l.nn
berlaln's Cough Itemedy nnd will relimd
iiiu uiuiiev io anyone who Is not rati
fled idler imlnt! two-tlifrdd of tho con
tenn. rnls is the Ix-at remedy In the
world for lacrippo, coughs, colds, croup
and whoopiiiK coiikIi and ia pleaeant
nuu cum lu mne. ii prevents anv ten'
dency of a cold to result in iineumonlu
yon'..& Applegate, Driifn. Ilcnson
urug to., uottuge Grove.
The following Is the list of newly
Installed officers for A. J. Smith I'ost
No. 25, G. A- It. and Baker Circle No.
11 of theG. A. It met In lolnt Instal
latlon: Com., G. W. Mclteynolds
sen vice, K. D. Handy; Jim vice; II. V
Adams; adj., O. D. Wheeler; quarter
master; II. C. Dutton; chaplain, K,
A. Clow; surgeon, Dr. A. T. Ander
son; otllcor day, J. IC. Barrett; ofllcer
guard, J. W. Trunnell; sargt. major,
u, ll. Willard; ijuar. sar. V. E. Miller,
Ijidles Circle: I'res., Mrs. L. J. Dut
ton; sen vice, Mrs. Allle Hawkins
Jun. vice, Mrs. Mary Dickey; sec., Mrs,
1. Miller; treox. Mrs. W. McKlb
heu; chap. Mrs. V. Hears; con.. Mrs,
O. H. Willard: guard. Mrs. Wlllet.
Woodmen of the World are arrang
ing for mi Immense log rolling at
liugenu the lirst Saturday In April.
All the subordinate lodges of tho
county will haveu hand lu It, and It
Is predicted that they will lie able to
handle all kinds and sizes of logs.
The number to Imj Initiated Is said to
Isj at leaxt 100 mid some CM) members
tire exiH-cteu to imj present.
On next Wednesday night a full at
tendance of the members of Juventils
Lodge, No. -18, K. of I, Is expected.
Work In tho It. of E. Hring all visit
ing brothers, v. H. Vandcnbiirg.
The waters have subsided lu nil
the streams and tho threatened Hood
Is not to bo nt this time.
J. E. YOUNG
Ome on Main street, West Bl.le
COTTAGK GKOVK, OrK.
A. H. KING
A ttonicy at JLaiw,
UOTTAOIS OltOVK, OIIK,
Prompt attention ald to Mlnlnc liuilness
OoTTAQK GKOVK, OrU.
DISLOCATED II Ell 8IIOULDEH.
Mrs. Johanna Soderholm. nf Pnnn
Kalla. Minn., fell and il!ru-tl 1ipi.
anouiuer. rjlie had a aurneon itetit back
in place as soon as noaaible. but it was
limn eore nnu puineu tier very mud
iivr sun menimnefi tlmt tin timi mn
Chumberlaiii's i'uin Iialm adverllacd for
eprains aud aorenets, and aheaaked him
to buy her a bottle of It, which he did.
It quickly iclieved lierand enabled her
to sleep which the had not done for
several usva. The mm was un n,i.,
pleised with the relief Itgave his mother
that ha has ilncn recmnmnmlnil It In
many ottiers. tor tale by Lyons A
AppleKate, Drain, Uenaon DniirCo.
J. S. MEDLEY
Attorney-at-Law o o
: Oirlce on Main ttreet i
COTTAGU GKOVK, ORK.
AHSAYEIt AND METALLUltGIST
Ilest qulpiilasaxnfflcln Hie Httte, 8am.
ihps uj wan rvveirB i'rfiioii aiieniion. work
nir tests made on ore tUmules of one tn fifty
oounds to determine Ilia inrKt stilfahla mih.
ixls of Ireatment, I'rhcs on aiMillcatlon
In our Capes, Coats, Jackets, Furs and Skirts,
which will be sold at reduced prices.
Also a Ten per cent Discout.
In our Clothing
which will i.iclude
Men's Youth's and Boys' Suits Pants and
MISSKS niul CHI I
Hcmuinvay & Burkholder.
VICTORY FOR T. IC. RICHARDSON.
The great run on pianos nnd organs at the RielinrtNon Music House in tlie lasd sixty
days has been a wonder to ourselves, having sold in ull 35 phitios mid orcuus ns follows: "
Kitla O. Hayncs Piano
K. J. Daueval Or,'nii
Jacob Brown "
E. E. nnd J. I). Woodruff Piano
W. S. Anderson , . Organ
Mrs. G. E. Crouch "
Miss Emma G. Ilryan I'iano
Samuel G. Whittsett Organ
Sherman Spoui; "
E. V. Owens "
Jessie Cletnms ; Piano
W. G. Kelly Orgnn
J. V. Lehnhare "
E. J. Cox Piano
J. S. Chamey ' Organ
E. W. Redifer "
Azalia Lodge, D. of H. of Gleudate,
Ore. . . . , Piano
Jasper Patton Organ
R. II. Cook "
l'lorcnce Andrews .' "
W. I,. Edwards "
P Rogers .'. '
J. A. Chancy ,.,
N. E. Comptou '
A. P. Larson "
H. Iloreu "
Mary A. Taplln, Siduow, Mich Piano
W. C. Johnson Grand Piano
Levi Geer pnn
liestdes the above list we have sold many small instruments, such as violins, guitars,
banjos and mandolins. This leaves our stock compatatively exhausted, nnd leaves our
floors vacant and ready to receive a fine cir load ol Needham pianos and organs direct from
the New York factory. Our shelving and show window Is also empty, and ready to re
ceive a large shipment of stools and scarfs from the Tonk 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. We earnestly in vitc the intending pur
chasers ot pianos especially to see this fine lot of Instruments before purchasilig elsewhere.
C K Richardson JVIustc Rouse,
ROSEBURG AND COTTAGE GROVE.
H. C. MADSEN,
Repairing at reasonable eaartes.
All work guaranteed flrst-clasi.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry at IVoweit rilrei
COTTAGE OHOVE, OIIE.
BARKER & PERMAN
HKAI.KUH IN KINK
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
Main street, Collage drove, "-
It Ik tlioutrlit that tli Htrcof pnr
Htrlke nt V ntertilir.v. Conn, will muni
come to nn end,
Iteuil reul i'MhIu liurifiilim of Jt-riiiiif
Knox rV Co.
NOTICE roll fUIIMOATION.
Und oact at Iloieliurg. Ore.,
Niiike Is hereby given that it,. JiiV
nainr.1 sell er hsi fliert , 1 nil r 1 f '"'("wing.
In make rin.l ,"uSiia I,' iV."l,?"
No. KMO. fur
nr. im nee. 0 in,
I..VV'ir:,",.'"!!."!.. .0 nro..
lion ol sal laiul. vu" p nd Dl
rerry Cancel, Ksglnaw, o ik
Jon ci,. Ore J.,,, k,"T;""'