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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1903)
C. J, Howard . - .
Ration C. Y. Drown
. Business Mg'r.
Entered at the polotlie at Cottage Drove,
Orf ton m Soto ml CUm mill mutter.
Stitucrlptloit prlre, tat, fin, In fcilvunrv.
Aitv.rtMnff It.tra mm known Umii
THIS PAP Kit la kept nn file t K. (;. Druie't
Aiimoning Artner, M.nrtHi Merrhantii Kx
change, 8n Krunrlnco, California, when con
irectafar advertUtnican hemeile for IV.
I'm day, January 30, 1903.
Tliorc nrc some things said and
done in Cottage Grove which
should be left unsaid and undone
For instance it is frequently the
case that you hear men interested
in business or in renlcstntc here or
in the immediate vicinity, who ate
eternally running down the town,
complaining of the weather, knock
ing the municipal management,
etc., for no other reason than that
they arc at cross points with their
own business nllatrs, a result in
most cases of their own negligence
and poor business management,
They have made a mistcp in the
management of their private affairs,
and in a spirit of revenge they take
delight m running down the town
and everybody in it, especially
those who are getting on fairly well,
to every stranger who happens
along. Such methods arc ruinous
to any community, and every man
who is capable of doing business of
sufficient magnitude to provide a
living for himseli and those de
pendent upon him, should be able
to see the folly of always gro,vling
about his town and neighbors.
There is not a city of importance in
this county, the prosperous con
dition of which cannot be estimated
by the business ability of its people;
and it must be kept in mind that no
city of thrift and enterprise is made
so by the work of one man; but
rather by the united efforts of all
concerned along lines of general
importance. If the people of this
community would stand together
on all questions of general interest;
lay aside personal grievence; ex
plain to those coming from abroad,
the various industries of this sec
tion; keep in the back ground any
personal feelings they might have
regarding this or that individual
who may be identified with this or
that enterprise, they would create
a much more favorable opinion of ,
themselves in the eyes of the'
stranger, besides furnishing him
with the information he un
doubtedly desires, and they cer
tainly would not be accused of
throwing mud at I lie town m
whicli they live and which offers to
the energetic man better oppor
tunities than anj- other town in
Oregon. Let us try it, and see if
we don't gather a little better idea
of ourselves and our surroundings.
When a man gets an idea that he
is at all times imposed upon and
that bis town and community is
simply a network of faults and
flaws, be has reached that stage
where he is of no earthly account
to the community, and becomes a
mill stone tied to his own neck.
If the town doesn't suit you get out
of it, but don't lie about it to the
detriment of your neighbors and the
best county on earth and that is
WOOIIMK.N OK TIIK WIIHI.K.
Attention Initiation nml Ktnjron
Saturday night. Come prepared. 0.
H. VinleiibiirK, Clerk.
Hinioiim.vATi: 1. o. o. r.
At the hint mcctlmr of the Subordi
nate Lodge, 1. (). O. l of thin city.
work wrw looked forward to but
owing to the electric HghtH not Mug
In evidence owIiir to tlio excwwlvo
high water the work laid out was
held over. The lodjro had an Inter
CHtlug meeting however by the light
of the candle.
Hnctimpment t. (). O. P., No. 49,
met lnnt Wednesday nlKht, and put
on the work In all throe degrees, and
the work In erowdlnir ho upon the
lodge that the team doe not exKct
to ho able to tlnlsli the work now 011
hand for nt leant two months. At
the present time the membendilp f
The lteliecca met lnroguluriwlon
last Friday evening, and exemplified
the work in an admirable manner.
Introducing to the mysteries of Ile-
becciiH, heveralcnmlldiitex. The lodge
U in a tlourlHhtng condition and the
luenilierHhtp Is now about 100.
The Kedmen went on the war path
last Monday nlfrht, and as a result
two pale faces were adopted by the
The Foresters of America will moot
next Friday nbrht with the exiiectn-
tlnn of Initiating four memliers. The
lodge is strengthening Its iiiemtier-
slilp materially, and Is fast becoming
one of the strongest lodges In tho
K. OK l
The Knights of Pythias met In
regular session last Wednesday night
and exemplified the work In the It. of
K. New material Is lelng brought
into the lodge, audit enjoys the dis
tinction of lielug one of the liost
lodges In the Domain.
Blue print maps of any townsldp
in itoseburg. Oregou Iiiul District,
showing all vacant lands for iiOctw.
each. If you want any Information I
from the L". S. Ijtnd Oltlee. address.
Title Guarantee As Loan Co., Itose
AT TIIH HYMHNIML ALTAR.
IIAKKK-VAITQUN At the homo of
the bride's parents, January 3f,
HWS. Mr. and Mrs. .1, W. Vaughn,
of this city, It. F. linker and Miss
litta Vaughn, Judge J, W.Vaughn,
father of the bride, olllclatlng.
Only a few intimate friends were
prosont. Tho young couple have
gone to housekeeping, and will nmkc
this their future home. Their many
young friends extend congratula
tions. LAMIt-LKWIS At tho homo of the
brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,1. it.
lovls, in this elty.Snnday evening,
at 10 o'clock. January. , UHVt, Mr.
Prod H. Ijvmli and Miss Cleo K.
U'wls, Kev. tleo. H. Pooso, of the
Methodist Kplscopal church, olllcl
atlng. The ceremony was xrforniod In
t lie front parlor, tho brldoaudgroom
standing under a licautlttit aivh of
ivy and chrysanthemums. As the
bridal party passed through tlie rear
parlor, Mrs. U I). Hook plnyml
Meudelshou's licnutlful march, and
Anna Steel Heck and Ia-Iiv Ia'wIh,
two falry-IIke llower girls, load the
way to the wedding arch, followed
by Mr. Ixston IawIs and Miss An-
tionctte llurdlek, who In turn were
followed by the bride-ami groom;
and tlieru was a union of two lives
two hearts, to buffet with tho stem
realities that confront all who pass
from the cradle Into vigorous useful
ness, else frail helplessness, to the
grave. At the close of the service a
dainty lunch was served, and the
evening was sent in congratulating
the happy couple and cheering a
The northbound train took Mr.
and Mrs. Ijunb to Kuginie thetr
future homo. Mr. Iimb Inline em
ployed In the store of H. H. innu.i .
as chief clerk. The bride, ",f h
she Is known by her luuuj
has grown to wotuafihoo ' ." .1.
city and lias many many frleiuts who
will regret ttf have her live apart
from them, bflt whose thoughts fol
low her with a thousand tender
wishes. Owing to Mrs, l.ovN' Im
paired health, no attempt was made
to give a large wedding, eonse
iiuentlyonly n few iiersonu! friends
of the parvntsnnd bride worepresont.
New outfit nnd up-to-date meth
ods assaying, or complete analysts
of ores. ., , .,
Cloriuatioii, cyanide nnd working
tests made. All work done In du
plicate, and correct returns guh'r
nntccd. Mail orders promptly at
t enno to ho idtmtlc if nt ullnroloiic'i?,.
The mtest way Is to put them lulihihJ
1 ho very hcidiming. lliillnnl'ii .JlufifJJ
iuhiihi ojrup etuiis ncom iiim rtmnve
the ciiuse of coIiU. 26V, 60c iiiiil.ilaV)'
uuuiu in new r.rn iirug etoro. 0
- i . ... . fc.iii h
Kiatea IJlll.l XltMi., ;!
that In iMhipnHniv
with the pmrltlnui ot the net of CmigreM ot
Ju H, 1T. nlltlKt "All Act for Hi Ml l
Tlmtr LI1I III th.l Rial. of rltf,irtilt. Ilr.
Ron. Nevada, .ml Wiuhlnirtun Trrtliir,fl
oiten.le.l lo All th pukllo land ililn by et nt
Augiul , 1. lUruer Mur.nt Jlrrllmr,
Cttuntjr or l.lnn. simp ol 1ttrrtan, h
ttilJirr!lii hi thin omehli 'orn rWmenl
No.mMlorthei mirthnni ot III 8 U" nl nt.
U.inNo. Jl.lowiihlixls,rini!e 1 rt.tiillU
orTerprottohow thl the Uml muikM l win
umoie tor ut nmberor in mn lor nrnnii
llll puriMW,amlloiUbMili lilnrUllnltiMilil
Imul belore Mtt , Wure. I' s CommlMloner
wi r.uircne iirrKoti, on Tiiiirwuy mc !m
ur oi military,
lie name as wltnene(i:
Jamee N. Kamlle, of KainuiHinl. Ijine Co., Ore.,
V. U. Mnrrla, of llarrlbur, Linn 'o., Ore.,
Amtln Itooi.of SprlncOeM, Uno Co., Ore.,
Oeorics W. Hunter, of fcugemv ltv l'. Ore.
Any anil all peroiu elaliiilnir atlieroly tlio
aboviMleserlUM lamlii are rejtiwiel to tile
their elalma In thin olllee on or More mII flh
day of January, l'.tiR.
J. T. llriinuiu, Keglete
fr i, ,'jV i u!,. , I l!i rhii, '
irr-' 'wr; ,! oftV-.LIn iit
Ai' ,j Sir, iiglii jml 'i-,r
I'-.' l-o n Uuji lem lie Miirite
Economists should start first with the Gro-
fcer JList,. This store , should appeal forci
; , to every Jloney Saver.
ii - ..I
Ml 'U it I, !il , , ,
lew . :llcrc tirc I'mv iboils IlonltliV Flc'slt fkml Uniitt
'(ir,ocuri(!S tit I'riccs"
Particular aitcution is called ta our 'oilers
Canned Goods, Meats and vegetables.--
ii if IIIM
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AT PACIFIC TIMBER GO'S STORE, ,
Under Odd Fellow's Hall. - COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON.
Alining Stock Of Bohemia.
llelow we give a list of tlw Kurdlngj
liiinlng eumpanies of tin- lloheuilal
Mining District and tlie. market price
of the stoek of the same. There are
some, however, that are not In
cluded In the list yet have not lioen
omitted intentionally, while there
lire others that are new companies
and will lie added to the list as we
secure the necessary data:
Oregon Securities Co $1 Ol
Oregon & Colorado Mining Co. u0
Bohemia Gold Mining Co .I!','
Golden Slipper. 2.1
Crystal Consolidated 10
Gold Hill & Uohemia 15
Tim VOTE FOR U. S. SUNATOR.
Wood - 14
Aoseut anilpniretl 24
Isiiae Soory. Avn. Mo., writes, Sriit.
10th, 11)00. "I was in bml li.'slth. I laid
stomach trouble for 12 moiitlis, iiUo
uimio eiiiii', llr. J. v. Jlory pri-MMilnSI
Herhine, in unreil me in tuo weeks. I
CMiinot reeo.iiiiieiul it '.mi lil-hlv, it will
.to nil you eliilm for it." Sold liy Nuw
Km DriiK Store.
A movement is on loot among
the citizens of this city to organize
a stock company for the purpose of
building and maintaining an opera
House, it is to be hoped that the
movement will receive the en
couragement from the citizens that
it merits. The town needs an
opera house about as bad as any
thing. The old house has an
swered the purpose for a good
many years, but the time has now
arrived when the public must pro
vide a better amusement place, in
tne matter ot a new structure or
prevail upon Mr. Martin to fix up
the old one. A new house would
be the best, for it could be modern
ized to meet the requirements for a
great mauy years, providing a
place for all kinds of public tneet-
i 1 J n ,
inns, a no"" uauce noor, ano a con
venient and attractive theater,
which would result in bringing the
best attractions touring the coast
to our city.
Hon. I,. T. Harris has introduced
a bill in the legislature which pro
vides for a "uniform and equal
rate of assessment for taxation of
express, telephone, railroad. 'Pull
man)' or sleeping car, refrigerator
car, and oil companies; and to ere'
ate a state board of appraisers and
Assessors for such purpose. The
bill looks good, and if it becomes a
law and is carried out in the spirit
intended it -will be a piece ot use
ful legislation to the state.
Great Eos torn 12tf
1 HORSESHOE f
1 RESTAURANT. 1
Just opened in the
Walker Bnilding near
Depot on South Side
of Main Street. We
will supply 3'ou with jgjj
JL lie Lewis ana nark appropri
ation bill, asking for $500,000, has
passed both nouses and will become
a lnw. It the men who will have
the handling of this and other
funds subscribed for the fair, are
judicious and manage the business
as they would manage tneir private
affairs, the money will be well
spent nnd Oreon, and the Pacific
coast as well, will reap a rich re
ward on the investment.
Hon. L. T. Harris is spoken of
as n eandidaie for congressman to
succeed Thos. H. Tongue, de
ceased. Mr. Harris would be nn
admirable congressman, and would
do his state great credit at Washington.
Meals or Short Orders
fej at any time. We buy g
fgj best the market af
fords and prepare in
te any style you desire.
fgj MILLER & OOWDY,
lit Door Weit of Denot
Q South Side of Main Street.
Fulton (Kuineilone) IKl
Georilost 011a) 1(5
Wood (democrat) 17
Senator Farrar of -Marlon was tlio
man who deserted Goer for Fulton.
HKST MXI.MKXTOX HAUTII.
Henry I). Baldwin, S ipt. Cltv Water
Works, $litillbtirK. Wis . writes: "I
have tiinl imiiiy kimlii of liniment, lint
have never received much benefit until
i lined Itnlliinl's Snow I.liilnioiit fur
rlimuimtif 111 anil pnins. I think it tlio
ln-Kt liniment on earth. " 2rV, WXiniid
il.tt) bottle ut New V.n Drug Store.
EVKKV IIOTTI.K OF CIIAMUKR
LAIX'S COUGH IIKMKDY W.VU-
We giinranteu every buttle of Chum
btfrlsin's Ciili Itemeily stul will refund
tlio money to anvono who la not witls
lleil niter mng two-tlifr.la ot the con
tents. Thi is tho bent remeily in tlio
world for lKrii)u. uoiikIis, eoliin, croup
and wliooiini; eolith anil in ploanant
and safe to lake. It prevent any tcn
deney of 11 eolil to ri-snlt in n t-iimoii In.
Lvoiid A ApiPK'lo, Drilili. llcnnon
Driiu Co., Col tagoti rove.
XOTICK FOR 1'UIIUCATION.
Urltliu, yeateh Co. received this
week oue of the Kmplre cream sepa
rators manufactured by the U. S.
Hotter Extractor Co. and put out by
the Townsend Creamery Co., I'ort
lnnd, Oregon. It Is ti wonderfully
adjusted little machine, having a ca
pacity of 2M) pounds of milk jier
hour, It runs by liauii and to give
an idea of the adjustment and tho
capacity one must sou It jierform.
For Instance the cream cylinder
makes 120(1 revolutions per minute.
Messrs. (Jrifflu, Watch & Co. will
have the machine on exhibition a
week from next .Snturday, giving it
n working test, and ull parties In
terested In the creamery business nru
cordially Invited to drop In and see
the little wonder. '
To lli'iui Opeha House.
a meering was calleil for tlie pur
pose of building an oiie'rn house,
on tho evening of Tuesday, Jan, 27
James Hemenway wiih made chiilr
mnti and W. D. Garmau secretary
for the evening. Thechalrnmn stated
the purpose of tlio meeting anil put it
before the house for discussion. Af
ter discussing the matter for some
time a motion wiih made and sec
omleil that u committee of five be
appointed to confer in matters of lo
cation or anything pertaining to the
good of tho enterprise. The follow.
lag committee was appointed: J, ji,
Sherwood, lieu Lurch, John Crawley,
Darwin Ilrlstow and T. K. Campbell.
So further business coming before ),.., Trim
the niectlnir. it wns mr.vo.1 .nil sin.- ,llW' 'WJ-at-JjaW
ported that the meeting adjourn un
til Friday evening at 8 o'clock sharp.
United .Suites Land Ullice,
Uosfbur, Oriviiu. Oct., 10. 1002.
Notice is lieroby.niven llmt fn compli
ance, with the proviainiid of the act of
Conerem of June' 3, 1S78, entillwi "An
act for ih salo of tlmlier laiiiN in the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada,
ami Waeluniitnn Territory, "an extended
to all the I'liliUe Laud States liv act of
August i. 1S92, Henry JI. WiNnn of K11
geneCountv of l-iiie, Statu of Oregon linn
this day tllwl in thin ollico his Hworn
etatenionl No. 8fl4, for the purchase of
the S $ NAV 1, i W J 8W
of gee. No. 12, Toitnuhip 38 South, of
Itange 2 Wmt, ami Hill oiler proof to
fhow that the Iund ftougtii in more
viiliiahlo for Its timber orntune than foi
ucriciiltiirnl piirpimes, and to estnlillili
hiii claim to said Iund lxfore Mario L.
Ware, U. S. Cotmniwdoner at Ku
geiw.OreKoii, on Wednesday thu 7th day
of Jan., 1003. '
He iiainob as witnennes:
James N Itamlle, of Falrtnotint, Ore.,
Jatuee Iloirman. Annie Wilron, of Fu
eenc, Ore., Austin Hoot, of Springfield,
Any and all persons claiming adverse
iv 1110 auove-nescrlixil lam s uro re-
ipiested to fllo their claims in tlin olllce
on or twloru sain 7 til (lav 01 Jan., IIWI
J.T. lllillKIKH. Hegister.
A. H. KING
Attorney at Law,
aoTTAai; a hove, ojtu.
Prompt attention pld to JIIiiIiik lluilneu
CoTTAGK GROVK. Ok. .
Tho only firHUiliiss. fresh linked
bread in town, at the Horso Shoe
restaurint. . 2t2
There is nothing that beautifies home more
than good furniture, and nothing that looks
worse than a poor grade of furniture. I have
a first class line of high grade goods in the new
furniture and will make
To Iiuyers than can bo obtained elsewhere, and to those
wishing Second hivud goods I can make prices that are sur
prising. I keep only the highest grade of Second hand goods.
KK1IVG Till ISAKIKS
And get u Warranted Solid (J old King Free. It costs you
nothing, Tlie babv must bo under one icar old.
C. J. MILLER.
DI8 LOCATED II KR SIIOUI.DKK. j
Mrs. Johanna fioderholm. of Frmrna
Falls. Jllllll.. fell and dlsioratwl Pior
shoulder. Hliu had a surgeon get it back
in piace as soon as possible, but it was
quite sore and pained her very much
iier son mentioned mat. tie naci Keen
Chamberlain's 1'aln Balm advertised for
Bpraina and soreness, and sheaeked him
to buy her a bottlo of It. which he did.
It ijuickly relieved her and enabled her
to sleep whicli she had not done for
EOVCral ilavH. Thn eon was nn nmnli
pleased with tho relief it gave tils mother
mar, ne nas since recommended it to
muny outers. ior sale by .Lyons ft
Applegate, Drain, lieneon Drug Co,
J. S. MEDLEY
Attorney -at-Law o 0 0
: Ontce on Jlln itrsst 1
Cottaou Guovit, Orb. 1 ,
A8SAVEH AND MUTALLlJltQlsf
Kuoknis Onbrjil.".' J
Kent l.qufnrei1 awfuy ofllie In tlie Htufe, Ham. ,
plei by mall nmlvu iniiijit Hlteiillon, wirk
nir teiill mada on ora Smi,lei nf i.iiu to llflv
Doundi to determine (be mo t Hil'Hblo melh. f
od of Ireatmeut. 1'rlces on aiipmatloii
rS tj . a nrv a r r ' 'W-
In our Crapes, Croats, Jackets, Furs and Skirts,
H Avhich will be sold at reduced prices.
j Also a Ten per cent Discout.
j In our Clothing
1 which will include
Wi Men's Youth's and Bo's' Suits Pants and
I ODDS AND ENDS
s During the Past few months n great many odds nnd emU hnvc
accumulated nmoiig our stock mid these must be doted out tU
ZZ oiiqc to make room for our Spring Goods. Von can flntl uxcep-
S tional Values in 2'
i DRY GOODS AND SHOES i
: If Y010 (ire looking for Jinrgnins now is
: the lime to find them nt 3
: I-IKMENWA-Y & .13 CJR.lv I LOIDJ.U'S 3:
I VICTORY FOR T. K. RICHARDSON. J
!X The great tun on pianos nnd organs nt the Riclinrdson Music House in the last sixty j
days has been a wonder to ourselves, having sold in nil 35 pianos nnd orfjrins as follows: - &
Hula O. Hayiics Piano
IJ. J. Dancval Oman
Jacob Brown "
K. Ii. am! J. D. Woodruff . . ." Piano
W. S. Anderson Organ
Mr. G. H. Crouch "
Miss Kmina G. Bryan Piano
Samuel G. Whittsett , .Orgnn
Sherman Spontf "
15. V. Ok ens "
Jessie Clcmms Piano
W O. Kelly ! Orgnn
J. I'. Lehnhare "
K. J. Cox Piano
J. S. Chamey Orgnn
K. W. Kedifer
Anlia Lodge, D. of II. of Gleudale,
Jasper Pattou Organ
R. H. Cook '
I'lotence Andrews "
I). Murry . , . ., ",
W I,. I5iUv.irds
llud Crow . . ,
P Rogers '
J. A. Chancy. (, "
M. K. JtidkiiH ,.,...,..',' .' .
Uliiun Curper 1. . ,..ti'M, n
N. 15. Couipton i i.f,,.- .. ."..'
A. P. I.arson; '"
Ilert Wells ...f " "
H. Horen "
Mary A. Taplin, Siduow, Midi .Piano
Rem Fate .., ' ,'.
W. C. Johnson Grand Piano ,
Levi Geer 1 ...... .Piano
Besides tlie above list wc have sold many small instruments, such ns violins, guitars,
banjos and mandolins. This leaves our stock compntati.vely exhausted, and leaves our
floors vacant and ready to receive a fine c tr load ot Needhani pianos and prgaus direct roin
the New York factory, Our shelving end show window is also empty, and rendy to re
ceive a large shipment of stools and scarfs from the Touk Mfg. Co., of N, Y. With twelve
years' continued experience with the Needhnra goods we have found them the most satis-;
actory, both to ourselves and to our customers. We earnestly in vitc the intending pur
chasers oi pianos especially to see this fine lot of instruments before purchasing elsewhere.
C. K. Richardson JVhisic Rouse,,
ROSEBURG AND COTTAGE GROVE.
H. C. MADSEN,
.'IMMAil V I
Bepalrlnir at rttsopabl coargti. ,
All work f uaranteed Drat-cltM,
Watehei.Clookl and Jei-elrat Loweat Trlcea
COTrAClK OROVKi (iUK.
BARKER & PERMA'N
-J i-BoritiETons op
THE EXCHANGE '"
1 DEALKIIS IN 1TJNE
,WJNS, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
MalrTetraalpUotUc. Orovc, -
NQTigi; ron ronucATiow. ,' "
Land Oflle at Koieborr. Ore.,
iwafa'tasLffisL!?, sun 'Vi. viilz
Itnuil hi 1 i-nt ute Ii.i'.iii s
Kniiic A (v.
It Ih tlim.Klit 1 1 in l llii' hlw"t nil'
nl .1 fn mi' hti'lkfiit ali'i'linr.v, I'liiin. wiIIhooii
t'l.itie to niieiid,
fn.UUt.aldor.Voot w ii, u'fflSi Kg" V"fc '
Mn.,oinrauioner. at Kun. n,.
on Janiiarvi7 'ini .i.T i.m !. rtn,i Ore. ,
JVo. MM. fn'r th. H & hSi'5-. V ".?i?Pi ! 1 L
tlonol .aid land, ",a C0V,T' I
1' V . ' "ln,w' ". John H.nrr
inn p . Ir in n .- ....
, ., vu.rrn rrutiee, Jun.
"ir , J.ie Keniiedy.ol .'.tnWb
j ' .DRinaii, Itilitr.