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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 6, 1903)
HCOTCII CO M.I KM.
II. KMctcaU, of thin city m n
fancier of the Scotch Collie breed of
doff and can uliow n hnnds.omo iv
j)(ilr nt IiIm kennel M one would enre
to kco. Having hait connldernblc ex
perience with the Scotch breed In
hnndlliijr cnttlc and sheep, ome-
thln over n year iiro. while living
At Unrrldburir, Mr. JIctcaH decided
to establish a kennel. Ilia ex'
perlment vrtut very Batlafactory,
nnd the result win that he received
order; for pups from nil part of the
coast. When Mr. Mctcnlt removed
here ho sold hln stock out Intending
to (jult the bualnosa. He had two
dog left however, nnd nfter arriving
here orders for dogs came In,
nnd he linn decided to establish a
kennel here. His present old stock Is
llobbv Hums. The Second, A. K. C.
S. U..fl.V!5: nnd Clayton Lassie, A
K. C. S. It., 60699, and from these he
has nlrendy raised and sold nine
pups. Mr. Metcnlf Is expecting the
arrlunl almost any day now, of the
famous stud Hampton Sunrise, from
Lafayette, I'm When he completes
his kennel stock to his liking he will
keep five or six bitches nnd nt least
two studs, enabling him to have
stock tor sale at nil seasons of the
yenr. The Scotch Collie Is pnrtlcu.
Inrly ndnpted to sheep nnd cattle,
and' are said to bo superior to any
other breed of dogs for stock nnd
Wku. Known Hkiie.
The following article from a Van
couver paper,' will lie rend with In
terest bv those who knew thesub-
Ject of the sketch, I. W. Lockwood:
Vancouver nnd the tl rent Northern
Hallway nre to lose a popular young
railroad man. This morning Mr. V.
pnssen geragentof the fireat Northern
railway, forwarded his resignation to
headquarter. He will accept the posi
tion of gcnernlngent of theWlsconslu
Central railway, with r-endquartere In
Tncoran. Mr. Lockwood has been n
resident of Vnncouverfor threeyenrs,
during which time he 1ms made many
friends liy his courteous nnd tinns
Bumlngmanner. While Vnncouverites
will regret his departure, they will al
so congratulate him upon having se
cured so excellent a position. Mrs.
Lockwood will remain until March."
Mr. Lockwood Is a deserving young
man nnd his mnn friends here nre
ready at an.v time to extend personal
congratulntlons If he will Just show
up on n visit.
To Mk.n Ostv.
Rev. Geo. H. Feese, In the delivery
of his lecture on- regeneration last
Sunday afternoon nt the M. E.
church, was listened to by n large
nnd appreciative, nudiencc. The
gentleman Is u' pleasant spenkcr,
easy on the rostrum, and handled
the subject In a learned and spirited
manner. While on some points Is
sue might Ik; taken with Hev. Feese,
In the main bo spoke much that was
good for man to hear, and he prob
ably stirred the thoughts of many
men last Sunday.
A New Dynamo.
W. H. Abrnms, suierintendent ol
the Cottngv Grove Electric Light
Co., lias announced that the plant
will be provided with n new dynnmo
early In the summer, It requiring
some time to get the new machine
nnd necessary fixtures here. The
new dynnmo will be of the Edison
Improved system, up-to-date In i
everj' reaiiect. The new machine
will have a capacity of 1200 lights
and will be capable of furnishing
both lncadeseent and are lights. The
Improvement will be appreciated liy
the patrons of the company.
A Good Business.
Perhaps no business In this city of
the like magnitude, has enjoyed a
more rapid growth during the three
yenrs of Its existence, than the West
Side harness shop, Fred Gale, pro
prietor. From a small stock put In,
more as an experiment than other
wise, the demand for good goods, nnd
by courteous treatment, the assort
ment has Increased until now can be
found, not only the staples, but sub
stantial nnd fancy riding bridles,
whips, collars, surcingles, pads, etc.,
of the latest and best designs. Call
and sec them.
ELLIOTT LYONS THE ASSASSIN.
Shot While Serving a Warrant for
Horse Stealing From Josephine
County Sheriff May Die.
A telephono message received here
this (Friday) morning from Kugene
announces thnt a runner from Wal
ton, 30 miles west of Eugene on the
Sluslnw road, arrived early this
morning for medical aid nnd with
the news that Sheriff Withers had
been shot In the neck by Elliott
Lyons, upon whom the sheriff was
serving n wnrrnnt for horse stealing.
Issued from Josephine county.
The shooting occurred Thursday
evening. The sheriff entered the
house nnd as he was about to serve
the warrant. It Is reported that some
women selied him and ns he strug
gled to five himself, Elliott Lyons
shot him, the bullet entered the neck
Just above the shoulders. It Is said
the sheriff's lower extremities are
parnlyred, nnd little hopes for his re
covery nre entertained.
I AMT-V DTtT V
We want nil the
Kggs, Butter nnd
Farm Products we
HIOIIUST MAKKUT PRICK.
Paid for all pro
the cheapest Hue of
fresh goods in the
Mkm iV Hftnson
Will Teach Siioutiianh.
I. K. Ilichardson. of Albany. Is here
this week organizing nJcmtta In short
hand and typewriting Thep.-ntlcmnu
bears the reputation of ticim; an ex
pert. In his line, nnd he will doubtless
secure a good class here He gives a
course In short hand for $10. Last
Thursday uleht he gave a free lesson
tonll thnt were desirous of taking
the matter up, and hnd a good at
tendance. If to a study that should
not tie passed by lightly. It Is a
stepping stone In every case where
one Is steady and willing to work.
to a lucrative anil ieriuanent position.
It to announced thnt the Leader
has changed bauds, Mr. Wooley re
tiring nnd W. C. Connor, ofRoseburg,
to take charge on or about March
1st, Mr. Conner Is well known here,
this having been his former home.
He Is a good newspaper man nud no
doubt will give the patrons of the
lender a good, wideawake news
senator Jonn it. Mltcliell Is re
ported very 111 ul Washington, I). C
Illnchnm Is back from a few
dnys visit at Portland.
llenson Drug Co.. the popular pre
scriptlon drug store.
Are you sick? llenson Drug Co.
will fill your prescription.
Try the Horse Shoe restaurant for of Sardines for 5c.
first-class well baked bread. 2 t 2 Benson.
Dr. I.owe oeulo-optlclnn Eugene.
Fresh bread twolvod at the Horse
Shoe restnurnnt every day . '-' t '-
Ashland Is to have n rurnl mall de
livery to go Into effect Mnrch 21.
Montana will give at least $20,000
to the Iicwla ami ciarK exposition
Every lady Is partial to delicate
perfume and dainty touet nniciw
The lient place In the city to get the
I test Is Uenson Drug Co.
Repair work Is iwlngdone cm the
U. & s. E. rnllroatl, out several ,
will lie required to put the road In
Ulue print maps of any township
In Hoseburg. Oregon lind District,
showing all vacant hinds for tiOcta.
each. It vou want any luiormauon
from the V. S. Laud OUlco. address.
Title Guarantee: Loan Co.. Rose
A meeting has been held by repre
sentatives of the several Important
towns In Southern Oregon, at Med
ford, recently, with a view of orgnn
lilng n Southern Oregon base ball
State Game Warden Qulmby wild
In his nnnunl report thnt deer are In
creasing In Oregon. He recommends
a change In the law by which the
open season would begin August l.
Instead of July 13.
T. D. Sherwood nnd family passed
through this city .Monday morning
enroute to Grants 1'uss, where they
expect to reside.
Rlclmnl White was In for n few
days the last of last week and the
first of this.
IW acres of hill land. 00 Improved
ft ninm nm lnml. house, new barn,
milk house, orchard 2 acres. 2 miles
north of Cottage Grove, f INK).
cash. Give possession May 1. 1
We sell a nice can of Salmon for
toe. a can of Ovstersfor toe. a ca
Have a first-class line of hlgli gradegoods in Tinware,
Cutlery, Shelf nnd Heavy Hardware, wagons. Charter
Oak Stoves and Ranges,
(WANT POWDER CO'S POWDER CAPS AND FUSE.
Plumbing and Shop Work a Specialty.
r -r ryr-r f.- . . -T- Jf. -r. -r- -T-
The several stores of the city have
on display this week an assortment
of beautiful vnlentines as well as u
collection of the rude, hideous and
ofttines vulgar sort. It Is pleasing
to be remembered on St Valentines
day, but all should remember that
the mulling or sending of one of
thoso hideous pictures, whether In a
spirit of fun or otherwise is nn un
gallunt act and Is apt to hurt the
feelings of someone.
Now Rixovkiiino .
Mrs. Lulu Swame, the lady who
met with the unfortunate accident
In the recent California rnllrond ac
cident, who was bedfast in this city
for several weeks in a critical con
dition, and who was taken to Port
laud where an operation was per
formed as noted In a former Issue of
the Nugget, Is now Biilllclently re
covered to lie removed here, where
Mio will remain at least until com
1-OTs Or Know.
It has been heveral years since this
section has had as heavy fall of snow
as that now covering the hills In
sight of tills city. In some places It
has lieen reported to is) several feet
deep. The fall In this city did not
ixceed three Inches, and Is now gono.
Professor Hrlggs received a sub
scription some time ago for a now
school dictionary. School Director
Wooley completed tlio collections
this week nud the school to now In
tiosuesslon of a useful source of
nowledge, much needed.
F. A. Rankin, the music dealer, of
Eugene, was In Cottnge Grove this
You have a couch? Uenson Drue
Co. Uenson Drug Co. has a cough
! remedy that will cure It.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Wlllson left tnls
Friday morning for a few weeks visit
lu San Francisco.
Cochran & Lauder, undertakers
nnd funeral directors. Fully equipped
to do all kinds of undertaking work.
For the first time In mnny years
the Inhabitants of San Francisco,
were treated to a snow storm Feb. 3.
Lewis Groves, who came out from
the Mustek mine some weeks ngo nnd
has lieen visiting nt Salem has re
turned. Pure drugs prescriptions filled to
the letter absolutely pure drugs In
fact ths best of everything. Uenson
William Powers, a miner, wnsl
fatally Injured by a faulty blast In
me iieinueer mine at Wallace, idano,
Ladies try Mrs. W. II. Osmon's
plnln sewing and dressmnklng. 5 1 3
Miss Ruhr Thomas has returned
from a visit to Sumptcr, Ore
Ladies get your hair switches
made at Mrs. J. Stoneburg's west
of bridge. p 52 4t
Grand Valentine bnll will lie given
by T. K. Richardson at Martin's hall
Feb. 13, '03. H'o will also remember
Washington's birthday with a grand
Rewnro of nlr dried or half dry
flooring, celling nnd rustic The
Uooth-Kclly Lumber Co. nre making
special prices on kiln-dried lumber.
For the tirsttlmelusevernlmonths
Cottnge Grove has lieen without
show this week.
Mrs. H. II. Veatch is vlsitfng he
parents In Corvallls this week
F. G. Eby has returned after a tw
month's stay In Portland, Oregon
uty and vt asiitngton towns.
Go to Goodman's for oranges nt
wholesale prices. 2 t
You can buy oranges by ,the case
at Goodmau'scheaner than in Port
land. Call, get prices and examine
fruit 2 1 4.
Clias. Rutan Is up for a few
The many friends of Dug I.adil,
who Is manager anil Joint owner of
tho Knott mine, will bo pleased to
learn that ho Is at present holding
the night clerkship at tho Hotel Port
land. We guarantee all our coffee and
will gladly return your money if
you are not satisfied. Skillman &
Coleman Younger, the last of tho
three bandit Younger brothers has
lieon given free pardon by tho gov
ernor of .Minnesota, upon conditions
thnt he will never place himself upon 1
exhibition and that he leave thestato
never to return.
we nave just received part ot a
2000 lb shipment of Eastern coffee,
which we absolutely guarantee.
All we ask is to give it a fair trial,
Skillman & Benson.
When the cry of flro to sounded
then you happen to think about In
stirance. A hint to the wise to sulli
c ent. Tho Oregon Flro Relief Asso
elation Is Mutual; Is safe, and costs
about oao-luuf tho rate of stock com
panies. $13,000,000 insurance In force.
Address 8. K. George, Eugene, Ore
gon, Agent for Lane County. 8 1 3
WEAK AND LOW-SPIRITED.
A Correspondent Thus Describe! Hi
"I can strongly recommend Herbine
as a medicine of remarkable eificacy for
inaigesiion, loss ol appetite, sour taste
in tho mouth, ualniluiion. headache.
drowsiness after meals with distressing
menial depressions ami low spirits.
Herbine must be a unique preparation
for cases such as mine, for a few doaes
entirely removed my complaint. 1
wonder at people going on suffering or
BiitruiiiiiK winr muiitfv un woruiioss
things, when Herbine is procurable, nnd
fo cheap." 60c a liottle at Now Era
An old miner by the name of
Wait, of Josephine county, has dis
appeared, and it is thought that he
has met death while hunting
The vote for U. 8. senator was as
Geer .., lc
A linen t 2
Tho Inheritance tax bill has passed
bothhoiiHosuud now only awaits tl.a
governor's signature to, to-come ;i
Tho vote for senator Thursday
was tho same as Wednesday,
Nottingham' bill providing that
no person within the state shall kill
or catch or have In his or her posM-s-slon,
living or dead, any wild bird
other than a game bird, passed the
hotiso Just lieforu the adjournment
tills forenoon. Halein dispatch, Feb.
J. C. JOHNSON and F. ,(i EBV
attorneys and Counselors-at-law
Special stteutlon ill veil to Mfnlnf.Corpoaitloa
nil Mercantile Law,
Office over (Janasu it Ileustnwaj'i store,
COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
Joe Hownrd delivered to Mr.
Aiken, ot tln Western Ment Co., ot
Snn Francisco, last Friday. 00 head
ot very fine lieef cntttc. This stock
was' fed afi tho Cnutrnll and Sum
mers ranches near Altamount. Ash
The State Horticultural Society
concluded Its nnnunl sessions in
Portland recently. They adopted
vnrlous resolutions, among them
one Inviting the American Point)
logical Society to meet nt Portland
In 1105, nnd one that tho committee
on legislation lie requested to take
steps looking to appropriation by
the state of means to secure ample
compctetlve displays of horticultural
products nt the regulnr meeting of
the society. Prof. Cordly wivs naked
to Investigate the matter of checking
the npple senb In the Willamette val
ley. The newly elected olllcersltrv:
President, J. It. Cnrdwell, of Port
land, rv-cleeted for thel4th time; first
vice president, U M. Gllliert, of Sa
lem; second vice president,.!. D. 01
well, of Central Point; secretary-
treasurer. Prof. E. R. Ijike, of the
Agricultural College. Corvallls, re
elected for the 10th time; third mem
tier of flnnuce committee. Colonel
Harry Hnynes, of Forest Grove.
A. J. V ells, manager of the literary
department of the literary 'inreau of
theSouthern Pacific Co.. speaking of
his recent visit to this section ot Ore
gon says: "The farmer is very much
stirred by my visit to Oregon."
"After traveling through the
principle agricultural sections of
the state and seeing the many su
lerlor advantages enjoyed by the
tanners of Oregon, I cannot help but
feel a desire to come here and lie a
farmer myself. The climate and soil
are so perfectly adapted to so large a
variety of crops and so favorable to
successful dairying, stock raising or
other occupations, that the condi
tions scvni to tie Ideal for diversified
farming. The Oregon farmer can
raise almost anything. He can have
his fields of wheat, his orchards ot
apjJv, jH-nrs, prunes and otlierfrults
uin tan keep n herd of cows tor
which his farm will raise grass and
clover In greater abundance thnr, can
tie grown In nlmost any state lu the
I'nlou. The opportunities for dlver
syjeil farming are better In Oregon
than In any other place I know of.
Hut there to something Indefinable
that makes Oregon un attractive
place in which tollve. Therelssome
thing In tho atmosphere, the topog
raphy of tho country, the comblua
tlon of all conditions which makes
life In Oregon exceedingly pleasant.
and yet one can not name anything
in particular which constitutes the
characteristic which gives this
country Its suieriorlty."
The Worst Storms In Years are
Raging in tho East.
Chicago Is practically cut off from
the outside world by the fearful tillz
ranis that have Ikvii raging for sev
eral days. Several lives are reported
lost in the heart ot the city.
Nearly a foot of snow fell on a level
at Lacrosse, Wis., Feb. 4. According
to tlie weather bureau report all
records of previous February storms
have been broken.
Dispatches from Knoxvllle, Tcnne-
see, record a leanui ram storm ami a
wind that reached the CO mllo an
hour clip. Great damage was done
to electric light, telephone and tele
graph wires nud for hours the city
wns without outside communica
Ac Chattauoogla, Tennessee, the
streets were Hooded, trees uprooted
nnd vines torn down, the storm of
three days duration reaching the
climax on tho morning of Feb. 4.
A heavy loss of stock to reported
from Webster, Iowa, as a result of
tho recent storms.
Elirht inches of snow on the level
to reported throughout central Iowa.
C leveland, iinio, waseiuireiy whii-
out outside communication for sev
eral hours Feb. 3.
J W. linker has returned from a
week's visit at Salem. It Is said
John went down with tho full In
tention of letting His name go i;lore
the august bodies for U.S. senator.
Upon his arrival he found that he
would lMisureto hurtelther Fulton's,
Geer'sor Wood's feelings In the event
of his election. So .loan pulled
and came home.
ma mt tun.
COCHRAN-AUN(.b-At tho home
01 tue iirnin'R mother, Mrs. Emma
Arnold, lu this city, Feb, 3. 10
o'clock p. in., Mr. Horace Oochrnu
nnd Miss Dnlsy M, Arnold, Rev.
Geo. H. Feeec, olllclatlng.
The contracting parties are amomr
Cottage Grove's most popular nnd
highly esteemed young in-oplo, Mr.
Cochran having tieon burn and raised
Here nnd t lie lirlde having lived here
n number 01 years. Alter the cere
mony, a delicious weddlngluneh was
served, .lust nbou thnt time the
baud of which Mr. Cochran to a
faithful member, put In an npiK-ar-
ancewitn, music, an sorts 01 instru
ments and some noise, nnd claimed
recognition, which was gracefully
tendered. .Mr. and Mrs Cochran
will make their future home here,
taktmr no their residence on the
Cochran farm, lu which the groom to
Interested, Their many friends wish
them a well rounded life of pence
goodwill nnd happiness.
"Tlici'tfN No I'lncc Like Home1'
uml tiicre'iJlno cooktiu likb inotlici'8, hut
if you will slop at the
You will be tio well lcnncl Hint you will conic again nnd
tiring your friend. Everything new. ucnt nud clean.
Plastered Rooms Newly Furnished.
Conveniently I.ocntcd, Two blocks West ami One Mock
North of K. V. Depot.
Win. T. BtayNvr, Broiiictor.
Tho wnter rose In fiendish glee
Till Main St. looked like
It wag caused by the licautlful
Thnt caused thnt horrid cold you
Thnt enn lie cured by Morgan nnd
Teleganph dispatches tinder date of
ro. 4 announce mat the rencis are
now at thoirates of Caracas. Pres
dent Castro Is lu thesaddtenliiht and
day, and every preparation to reiel
ami ueieai mo rencis is noing made.
Hot ween Cottairo Grove and Short.
ridges mill black silk umbrella. Ini
tials W. II. I), on end ot handle. He
turn to W. II. Dennis, lllaeklmtti-
Ore., anil revive reward.
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Terrllllc snow storms are reported
n mnny sections of the east.
Chas. Gates, of Euuvne. was shot
lu the arm by his cousin Earl Gates,
near Crow last Sunday, the cousin
mistaking Charles for a cougar.
.NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
United States I. nil Office.
Utwebiirg Ore., Jan. 13.1003.
Notice to hereby uiven that In com
pliance with ihe provisions of the art of
CoiiereM of June 3. 1K7H, entitled "An
net lor the rule ol timber land; in the
Stiiten of California, Oregon. Nevada,
anil Wanhinetnn Territory." as extend-
ed to all the Public Iml States bv act
of Augtit-l 4, IM2. Jess beavey, ol
(town or city) Kiigeni-, County of
l-atie, r-tsle ol Oregon, ban this day filed
in this ollire his orn statement No.
4295, fur Ihe pun-hare nt the W j UK l-i
,V K, SWI-4 of See No. IS, Township XI
Smith, of limine 'J West, and will
-ilfer proof tn slum that tho land
nought is more viduabte tor its timber or
stoiiR than for iiitrieiiltursl purposes,
and to ostablish his claim to sulci hind
More Mane I.. Ware. U. 8. Colninls
slo er at Kuitene, ilntion, on TiionIii)
the -Mth day of Mutch, 1003.
lie name as witnesses!
Jiiines N Ituhillo, ol Kairmoitiit, l.nne
Co., Ore., Austin Knot, of Siringllt-Il
Lano Co, Ore., James Seavey, John
Seavny, of Eiik'eoe, Ijine Co., Ore.
Any and nil persons cliiimitig ml
verscly the iilsive-dcserlbed lands an
reiiuestist to file their claims In this
ollne un or to-forn said 'Jlth uay of Mar ,
J . T. iliuiMics, lieitistor
ANVTIIIM1 Vflll WANT,
in the wny of Hntdwnrc, Tools and
imblcmcntn, you can find nt our
store. Ark youhoino minino?
Sec our Stock of Tools nnd Sup
plies before you mnkc your pur
clmscs. Wc Keep cvcrytliliiK n
"Wc Suit the Hard to Suit."
1 on't uc tmr wottl for it, but cnll nud be convinced that
The Cash Grocery Co.
Carry the cleanest and most Complete line ol rocctlcs
in the city.
Wc keep a full tine nssottmcnt of fresh fruits nud vege
tables in sensou.
The Cash Grocery Co.
J, E. WHEELER, Prop.
W. S. ClIKISMAN.
Ht.I II ANUS.
The Fashion Stables
NOTICE l-OU I'UIII.IOATIO.V.
UiiIImI Kliitos Uml Oilier,
ltosobtirK, Ore., Dec. 'J4, 11K)L.
Notice is hereby given that in com
Iihancu with the provisions of tho aetol
'onitress of June 3, 1H7H, entltliil "ah
act for the siilo of tuuls-r lands In the
.States of California, Ore-iron, Nrvuilu
and WiikhbiKton." iisexti-iiihil toull the
I'nlillo Ijtncl Stales liy 11'ct of aiikusI 4,
inlij. Theresa M. Jack son. ol t-.uitene
Con 11 Iv of Lane, Ktnte of Ore, has this
(lav fi It-, I lu this 0IM1-0 her sworn state
ment No. 41U0, for ihe pun-base of the
K ;i UK I 1, rr; Jj . r; l-i , 111 1 01 bee
No. (I. ToHiishln L'l South, of HaiiKu 1
West, anil will oiler pnsif to show
that tlio laud souiiht is uioro valuablo
for lis ilniU-r or sloiio than for uuri
cultural piirposeH, ami to estshllsli her
claim to siiiil laud before Murie I.. Ware,
U. S. Commissioner at l-.uiceiiH. OrcL'on.
on Hatunlay the'Jlst dv ol Mar., 1003.
Mie names us witnesses:
Daniel II llruiiilmiiitb. ol Collate
llrotf, J.antiC'o., 1 iimn, KaloS. Kelly,
of Ivngenr, utile Co., Dickon, Horace I
Malteson. of Marcola. . uue Co., Ore
Abraham 1. . Kellv, of i-'iiueiie, i.nnuCo,
Any anil all persons eiiiiiinuir nil verso-
IV ihe un ve-ileserllieo liiiius are ro
iiuestisl tolile Iheir claim, ll, thiaolllce
011 or ticfori-Hald "1st day of Mar., 1003,
.1. T. lliiiDiiKK Iteirltter.
S A FORTY-ACRU RANCH S
I'O It NK ll MAIN sllil HKfONP HrilttKT. COTTAOK OltOVK
(.'brlsmun & Bmuls, F'roprlctors.
Atoo own nntl oppernte the Iloheiniii
nud llhtck Butte Stage Lines
Flnt-Qaw Turnouti, Double or Singl
J. II. Davidson removed his boot
anil shoe repair shop to the iinoccu-
Heil room in tho Martin nan iniiiii
ug this week.
Tho following testlmonlol to 11 re
sult of a trial of the Marshall Chemi
cal Company's coffee, for which Geo,
W. Harney, of this city, to agent:
Marshall Chemical Co.
Dear Sirs: I hav' iiseil some o
your groceries and found every thin
satisfactory Your "Cream Coffee"
I can highly recommend as being
first-class in every respect. It gives
tlio host rosiilis and pleases ajl.
Chas. o'. Moniiok,
I'rop. Ilolii- ulit Heritaiirant, Cot
tage Grove, Ore.
Till) I lest ,
Oil Will III I
I billets are t m ino-
lile.isanl nun 10. wt rell
I'OI Mil lions
tage Grove, Or.
) ii' t rii-il and
1 ile luiliiirllti in
Driur Co., Cot
Isn't .bad ploe.ot iirnperlr In own
rnnal It ul 1 le.rsil Uml sult.lits for
Cfjmel.lly when locsleil
town .1111 on .nor,
It, .ml umrl(ng wlmt It ills 8, It
not, ro.11, inn one
f.rmlnfr.il.Klilna.n,! timber. There
U a latrly koimI two room hou anil
out bullalnK on Ihe pl.re, svvcr.I
hunilredfrult trees, two kikkI clear
springs, ten or flftven .pres ol plow
land, enough largo saw thntor to
more thao p.y tor llieplare uml oyer
. thousftnil doll.rs worlli of dry loat
for stove wihhI, .ml the whole lm..
ness Is fenred .nd cress fenced whh
(ikmI r.ll fences, And I .m going to
sell this place
AT A ORKAT HARGAIN
within the next lty (Uy. (If I ln1
a hiiyer.) ThU place Un hMrtfufu t
Ci)W, mi (J If jou Yfnl It ou will
"live Ui hurry " It will hrlnu h
clean thnunaiiij .lolUri before Ihe
fcummer Is over nnd In well wu.ih tt
to Ihe rlRht man, He run make
' hrliiK htm that ilurlriK thli year ami
have the place left, A itrotxmlttori
to tra'lu lor property In tfila city
in Ik tit be eontlUeml or a propohl
tlon tu puy part In conl wood lu he
delivered here during the Rummer,
I.kb W. Micnky.
YOU'LL FEEL AT HOME
Where tho meals are well cooked uml wull serve.1 and the hods are ntssl.
ITS CLHAAI TflllCOUCillOUT.
And you'll find everything hoiue-llko without home Inconvrnlriires.
ComoiiiiiUtny ns long as possible.
FINE LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS
Free ,0 our Co,nu,crda,rK 1. M r
N. D. HARDY, M'gr.
COTTAGE GROVE, - - OREGON.
wiEtrs suppu ovlSE
Mi lies-.' Tools ami
Give us a call nnd we will treat you right.
KNOWLES & GETTYS.
J. E. YOUNG ,
Office on Main sti . it lde--
CorrACH Cx" k. Oun.
B0ftt9H00O.1OOOOHOBOBl9H9 ,vi 1
L. T. HARRIS
flUoritey and (lounsclor-at-Law
Huei'l.l attention given lu Ihe law of Mines,
First Natiomil Hank lliiildiiiK
AUK YOU BETMJSS AT NKtllT
And harassed by 11 hud cough? Horn
hoiiml -iyruii, uml it will seetiiu you
soiinii sleup nud elleet a iroinpt nnd
radical euro, 'Jfio, TiOo and tl.UO hottlo
at Now Km Drop; Htore,
S 1 - , Tn 1
, I' ;
bom: tilings you ,l(lt nceil, in tl
hardware nnd li M,ie furnisliinir h
is to be round here. Ons raiif;i
oil stoves; pots, puns nntl Itcltlt
about every ctiliuiiry ,cvce til
was ever invented nntl Monti t
test of time ami trial is 011 01
counters uml lilielvcf. Come tu.
see for yourselves.
Griffin & Veatch Co