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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1903)
C. J. Howard tldltor
Barton C. Y. Ilrown . Business Mg'r.
Holered at tbe pMloflle t OMlege Orore,
Ore if on antoeoad Clan mill matter.
Hubaerlptlon prlr-e, VtM, l ntlritnr..
Ailrltliije Itatea tniu'tt Vnoirii tipon
Tlim rAPSR li Upton flit lit B. 0. Drate'i
AilrertlaiDg Arttmr, bIrihIM Merehanta Rx
rhann, KM) FrBeo, California, w hM on
itifll tor MTetttMlUeen Oemavle lor It.
1'RIDAV, 1'nnUUAKY SO, I9O3.
How about the opera house? Is
it (ruing to drag on, for years like
the much talked of opera house of
people's interest, they would have
defeated him. As the people elected
him in the face of these issues, it
places the Guard in n rnthcr brnl
light when it attacks Kuykendnll
for supporting the logging measure.
The timber business oftliiscountr
is a great industry. It i"s made so
by the efforts of saw mill men to
market their product. Timber is a
good thing to have- but it must
be marketed to be of value. It
has stood for hundreds of years in
the canyons and on the moun
tains of Oregon, with only n specu
lative future value upon it. Today
it has a present value, through the
efforts of saw mill and timber men,
finding ways and means to get it
upon the market.
WOMK.N Of wooneu.UT.
TI10 Women ot Woodcndt ntv vole
limtltiK theflth anniversary ot their
orxxnlmtloii by 11 Hpeclnl effort to
obtain new iiioiiiIki-, thoKnimllotlKV
lmvliiR xrniitHl spwlal ONpenw
tlon liy which now members mny bo
Htltnlttcd at rvduccd rotes. A con
text lt oulii the lodgo mid tla ettmp
l lively, all member IiiikUIiik tlmt
the side to which tliey liolonit nifty
k. or i'.
The KnifflttH of I'vtlilR Loditvol
this city Is vr.v active till winter.
In fact for a ynr last tlwtv lias
There seems to linve eonte iu'Iimiiko
at .snlem. ItuowapiHMirs tlmt there
Is a sllKht "clmtiKvot heart" In favor
Mr. weor. rnestiay lie polled votes ,
URitttmt Mr. Fulton ill. Wednesday 1
lioerawled up two more uiMkliurlul
allifT votes to Ills credit, while 1'iilton !
fell off two. Tlieiv weiv live votes I
absent However. I
Titt'itsn.vv's voti: !
The vote Tluirsilay waspraeileally '
the snnie as Wcdnesdav, !eer rv
eetvliiK iff, Fulton !IS. It Is now con-
ooded tlmt a .Multnomah man prob
ably .louutlian llourue will Ik' the
man. The legislature will adjourn
It. Welch wascalltMl to Kimvne this
week to attend-the Is'dslde of his
hardly bwiin imwUnir tlmt t two was, daunhter who Is unite III.
The dancer of hlch water is
now practically past. Would it not
be a good idea to replace the side
walks that were washed out some
The Salem Sratesmnu has shown
n remarkable propensity for fight
ing for a lost cause a cause that
tras lost almost before the legisla
ture convened the election of Mr.
Gcer to United States senator.
It has been remarked by old resi
dents of this section that at no
time in years has snow fallen at
this season of the year to the ex
tent of the recent storm, and disap
peared without a heavy rain storm.
It is said to be a good indication of
an early spring.
Williams Jennings Bryan has
announced that he will not again
be a candidate for president of the
United States. It is no dsubt good
form for Mr. Bryan to make this
announcement, but then no one en
tertained a single thought that he
would be a candidate again.
Feb. 17. 11X18.
Nearly everybody Is or lias been
sick with severe voids wimewlmt tv-
seuibllliK u-hoopliiK cough.
W S Miller returned from Sprlint
flwhl last week. He will remain here
until the Sprlnprteld sawmill starts
up apa 1 11.
On account of wtcknem school lias
been luwtitoned to the tirst Monday
of March. New sidewalks have lieen
nit In and this will make It letter
or tire children. 1. M Tucker will
Several iwtrtiei have lieen here
lately looklnc for snw mill locations.
This Is a pood place tor a mill.
Tlie show which has lieen soiMeatl-
ful as to lilmler work Is nearly jctm.
not work lief ore the IimIkv. Wedne
day evenliiK work In tlie U of K was
on. The team Is In excellent shaiK.
while a keit of nails Is fed the wont
The Modern Woodmen Is dolnie
splendid work now. They have an
excellent paraphernalia and with tlie
assistance of Ueo. Comer, deputy or
Kanlcer, new sticks are lielntf found
every week and all kinds of chopping
and oc-ro hit. are mum; on em'ii
M I'hurclilll Is sDcndlin; a few da.s
In iwn. lie reports everything
lookiiiKKood In Ilohemla.
Tims (lardluer, accompanied by his
uaiuiiiicr.icuuiu, waslu from 1.01111011
made this olllce a
The West is in error regarding'
Mr, Conner of the Roseburg Plain
dealer having acquired an interest
in the Nugget. The Xugget as
will be seen at the head of the
column is now incorporated with
C. J. Howard, editor, B. C. Y.
Brown, secretary, and is doing j
business at the same old stand.
1'rotracted meetlnirs at tlie M. K.
church will lie preaclted, so the iwk-
tor sys. with jrrwMer vlirortlmii
ever, ills evenltiKsulijectfor Minday
will lie tlie "Offended Brother."
r ATHOl.tr CHURCH.
Services will lie Mil nt tlie Catho
lic ehnreh. this city, next Sunday
morning at 10 o'clock, Itev. Doyle.
Iter. C. A. Hiraiet, pastor of tlHM.
. church at Creswell. was In tlie
city Monday and Tuewlay consulting
wiin nr. iiosnier. uer. linnet ue
llrered an aide discourse at tlte M.
E. church Monday night.
The retnilar servkvs at tlie Cum
berland Presbyterian church will lie
held as u-iiial next Sunday. On Fri
day night 1 tonight) the famous Me
neley quartette will sing at tls- Cum
berland I'resbyterlan church.
THK OLD RKUABI.K
Caries a full line of Staple
and Kaucy goods, Granite,
Crockery, Tin and Glassware,
Vegetables, I'lour, Feed, Oats.
Hay and everything the
farmer or the housewife needs.
Produce of nil kinds taken
It will be a pleasure at all
times to show our goods and
vou are earnestly requested lo
call and examine them.
Will flier All Compttlon
GAROUTTE & METCALF.
COTTAGE GROVE. ORE
OVER OUR SHELVES
Ami sco i!' there isn't sotucthiiiK ,vu reuire
in the wn.v of Chimiwate. See if you enn
find any "hotter Cliinitwnro lluui wo are
ottering or tlmt suits you hotter. Look
aaiu and auiu to ho sure thai the qiinlily
is in what we sell find the heautv fdso.
When you have touiul this the best place to buy,
"Til II I'OISTRY OFTIIU ORANOB"
"It npieals to you, when the fruit
liaiigH rltv mid swi-et on the tni"
late In February, or early In March.
Then the IiUwhouik break out. and
the trees are yellow with golden
glolies. and white with orange
tlowers. It limy be that a llurr.x of
snow lias wlilleiieil the mountain
tops, ami then you have an artistic
background for a tropical forest.
The air Is full of sunshine, anil heavy
with fragrance as night comes on.
and then. If the 1110011 be shinning,
yon limy hear at midnight through
oien windows, the song of the
mockingbird In the scented grove.
mid it never seemed so nielodloiislie-
,n experleiuv like this Is possible
any winter, and it Is worth a Journey
of a thousand miles, n Idle you can
have it, by taking the scenic Shasta
Route through the grand and
plcturuMue Siskiyou and Shasta
Mountains, to Southern California.
Complete Information about the
trip, and descriptive matter, telling
about Califorulu, may Ih had from
any Southern Faclllc Agent or
W. K. ('OMAN,
tien. Fas. Agt. S. V. Co. l.lnw In
Oregon. Portland, Oregon."
Senator Booth's bill which pro
vides for a board of fire commis
sioners of five members, with the
view of protecting timber and
lessening the destruction of forest
fires, has passed the house aud
senate. The measure is a good
one and will save the state many
thousands of dollars.
You will find some boys in Cot
tage Grove out Saturdays, morn
ings and evenings with guns, in an
attempt to destroy the native song
and ornamental birds cf Oregon.
You will find others out scattering
bread crumbs for the feathered
tribe. Watch the boys and see
which characteristic predominates
There are a number of boys of
tender years in this town who put
in much of their spare time, hunt
ing robbins anil other native birds,
shooting them with 23-rifles and
air guns. While it is conceded
that the average American boy
tages more pleasure with a gun
man witu anything with winch
boys are allowed to play, still it is
a deplorable sight to see them bent
on the destruction of the innocent
native birds of our state. It has a
tendency to degrade, demoralize
and harden the heart of youth, say
nothing of the unlawfulness of the
M. K. ( HI Rl H. J
lleeldes the regular Tvlces at the
M. K. church next Sunday Itev. Feei-e 1
will talk to the Ikivs and itfrls at!2
3T0 ji. 111. livery boy and girl should !
attend. The revival meetings atM
this church have lieen In progress,"
some six weeks. The work has Is-en 1 a
carried on almost entirely by Itev. 1 n
Of Interest For The Kitchen..
A numlier of excellent recipes are
presented in tlie March Delineator.
The younger members of the house
hold, (jifted with a sweet tooth, will
probably find pleasure In trving the
several kinds of meringues, a con
fection seldom attempted In the homo,
though It npjiears from the recipe
comparatively simple. The more
practlcal-iuliideil housewife will find
some useful suggestions In nn article
on the Uses of the liean, ami also in
the paier on ragouts. The pages
of Illustrated cookery, showing a St
Patrick's day luncheon, constitute a
pleasing display. ,
A FORTY-ACRE RANCH
1nt hl pteottW property tn own
town and on hithmI rotl. thi one
i. ami mmprlilna what tt doe It
coimWI of rleAriMl turn) uittte for
farming. lhiiifml timber Ttu-re
is 11 fftlrlr kkn1 two room hmii-e and
oat builaiuir on the plaet, m'tt!
hundred frnlt tret-, two gool dear
prior, ten or Ufteen acre- of plow
wnd.wnough large mw timber to
more than pay for the place and o er
a thouMnd dollar worth of dr 1imt
for ttove wood, and the whole tmi
na i fence! ami crma fenced with
good rait feneea. And I am going to
tell this place
AT A GREAT BARGAIN
within the next ilxtjr dari. (If 1 find
a buyer.) This place 1 a bancaln at
JAW.UO, and If you want it you will
"hate to hurry " It will bring a
clean thousand dollar before the
ummer In over and Is well worth It
to the Hgbt man. lie can make it
bring him that during this year and
hare the place left. A proposition
to trade for properly In this city
might be considered or a tironotf
tlon to par part In cord wood to be
I United SUie Und Ofttre.
HMtorg, Orenon.relK 7, IWR.
i NotU'e it hereby glren that In compliant-
i 1 with the provision of the aet of Tongreaa of
I Jim 4. lhTS, tatttlawi "An Act for the tale of
, Timber UnU In the i?U(ei of IUfortila. Orr
l gon Nevada, and Wmhtngton Territory," a
i viteiidel to all the public land state by act of
l Aiiiiu-l 4 Nathaniel L Slotwiy. of Tugene
i fount) of Imm. 8ta!c ol ttrmroti. ha
I ihi da tiled Lnthl ottce hi wuru alatemvut
i No iijoior the purehafta of the N W 4 of mc
I liunNii J towiuhlp'.M 8, range? weat. and will
i offer prtNd i. how that the land aougbt i more
I Taluahh? (or lu timber or lone than lor agrlnil
i tural pnrpoae. and lo tablUh hi claim toaald
I land before C. K Haaard. I' S CommtMloner at
i , Itratn. iHiugla Vo , Ore., on Thurday the SWh
I I day of Aprfl,
i lie name a with :
I Phillip ( aron, Guy S. I'otu. L. K. Hall. Jacob
i , Jatper, of Kugeae, Lane Co.. Ore.
l' Any and nil proiu elalmlug atlverreljr the
t I aUvelcrlbel land are reitoeateat to Ale
I their claim In thl office on br before ald WHh
I ,day of April. UMS.
I J. T. Hiumm, H emitter.
AT PACIFIC TIMBER GO'S STORE,
Under Odd Fellow's Hall. - COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON.
As a forerunner to our Spring Opening
will sell our line of AY ASH SILKS at
above price for one week only,
just arrived, and a glance at our
will convince you that they are
This line has
AUK YOU KKTI.K3S AT NIOUT
a ; And harassed by 11 ImiI coiiK'ii? I lore-
IioiiihI Syrup, mid it will !iire you
J sou ml lw and firei't u pruuipt snd
i radical cure. 'ifi. 50o mid tl.QO IxHtle
! at New Kra DniR Store.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Toe business of this paper and
job office was incorporated this
week under the name of Bohemia
Nugget with C.J. Howard, U. C.
V. Brown and C. B. Dutton as in
corporators. The object of the cor
poration is to own, operate news
papers, job offices and all business
connected with newspapers and
job offices in the State of Oregon,
and particularly that of the news
paper known as Bohemia Nugget,
Cottage Grove, Oregon. It will be
the endeavor of the management
to improve the paper
and job office as fast as possible
with the view of making the Nug
get one of the. strongest papers in
The Guard attacks Senator Kuy
kendall on his logging bill, which
is calculated to give saw mill com
panies the right to make small
streams navigable for logging pur
poses, alleging that the senator
is working in the interest of the
sawmill men, insinuating of course
that he is owned body and breeches
by the Booth-Kelly people. The
Guard sets up that Senator Ktiy
kendall is not supported by the
Lane county voters on this matter.
It will be remembered, however,
that in the last campaign Mr.
Travis, Senator Kuykendall's op
ponent, made this particular ques
tion nn issue and attacked Kuyken
dall. The question was discussed
from one end of the county to the
other, and Kuykendall was elected
over Travis by n handsome ma
jority. If the voters had enter
tained fears of Senator Kuykendall.
If they had not had implicit con
fidence in his ability aud integrity,
notwithstanding the bitter fight
wade against him by Mr. Travis
mid this self-same Guard, which is
always looking out (?) for the
Iind Office at Koseliunr, Oregon.
Notice i hereby given that the following-named
rettier has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, and that raid proof will be
made before Marie L. Ware, U.S. Com
missioner, at Kugene, Oregon, on Janu
ary3, 1W8. viz: Edward L. II Hand on
H. E. N, 10471 for the SV J NK V., N
SE & Lots 3 A 4 Sec. 18 T. 10 S., It
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz :
Edgar W. Hoselton, of Mound Ore.,
Sylvester Lewis, of Panther, Ore.,
Church A. Stevens. Walter J. Holland,
of Crow, Ore.
J. T. IlititxiKS, Register.
Mrs. U. W. Evans, Clearwater, Kan.,
writes: "My husband lay sick for
three months: the doctoi s stated he had
quick consumption. We procured a
bottle ol llallaru ilorehound syrup and
it cured him. That was six years ago,
and since then we always kept a bottle
in th'e house. We cannot do without it
For coughs and colds, it Iihb no equal."
26c, 50c and $1.00 bottle at New Era
' I huve uiiened my studio In the
j front room of the l'erry Sherwood
reiddence one block Hotith of city hall,
and am now ready to receive Htu
IdviitM In vocal iiiunIc. Will give
i private or c!un Iwwoiik. Call and
' linvt' voice tented and gt niton.
' Mihh Emma Hiivax.
Notice In hereby Klven that all pi!
hit; and tien deposited on river bot
tom land during the recent IiIkIi
water in the Const Fork Willamette
river In the proiierty of the under-
chined, hikI wnrnliiK l hereby nlven
that any party appropriating or In
Jiirlnj? the Haine, will lie held nupon
lble according; to law.
Pacific Timiikk Company.
C'oamt Fokk LuMiinu Company.
When you feel blue and that every
thing goes wrong, take a dnee of Cham-
berlatn's Moinach and Liver Tablets.
They will cleance and invigorate your
a relish for your lood and make yon feel i .
that in this old world is a irood nlace to i Rt
vXitoi Be,,6" Drug Co-''MmmmmmMim
Just opened in the
gs Walker Building near
fgs Depot on South Sicft:
of .Main Street. We
Meals or Short Orders
reft at anv tune. We buy
only the freshest and tfgj
tei best the market af- fflfi
''j. Cr"t fl c ii .11 ...-..-.i.'i. ...
lyj i (iiju iii.jcit, ill
any style you desire.
MILLR & QOWDY, RSl
lit Door Yt'eit of Depot
South fUle ol Main Street.
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 ItuycrH than can ho obtained elsewhere, and to those
wishing Hwcond hand Koodn I can make prlccx that are Hur
prlHliiK. I keep only the hlgheHt frrndo of Kecond hnnd goods.
UKlIVCi THE ISABIKS
And get a Warranted Solid Gold Itlng; Free. It costH you
nothing;. The baby iniiBt Imj under ouu year old.
TENDENCY Ol-THE TIMES
The tendencv of medlcul science is
toward preventive measures. Tho best
thought of lln world is being given to
the subiect. It is easier und better t
prevent than to cure. It has been fully
demonstrated that pneumonia, one of
the most danuerouu d eeases that mull
cal men have to contend with, can be
prevented by the use of Chamberlain's
Cough Itcmedy. I'neuinoniu always
results from a cold or from an attack of
iniluenza (grin), anil it has been ob
served that this remedy counteracts any
tendency of these diseases toward pneu
monia. This has been fully provon
in many thousands of cases In which
this remedy has been used during the
great prevalence of colds and grip in re
cent years, and can bo relied upon with
implicit confidence, rncumonia oiten
remits from a slight cold when no dan
ger is apprehended until it is suddenly
discovered that thcro is fever and diffi
culty in breathing nml pains in the
chni.t. then it is announced that the
natlotit has pneumonin. Ho on the safe
side and take Chainberhiln'M Cough
Remedy as soon as the uoid Is con
tracted. It always cures. For sale by
Lyons A Applegate, Drain. Ileuson
Drug Co., Cottage Grove.
Exnmliiutlon of tho llvcntock situ
ation In tho I'oclllc northwest lirlnjrH
two facts Into prominent light, mi.vh
tho Southern Oruoiilan. of Aledford.
I'rodticerH of IkhjI anil pork anlinalM
Hhouhl put a better finish on them,
both for their own prollt and for tho
reputo of the IiubIiichh. On tho other
hand, liuyern idionld rccojrnlzo tho
Hiiperlor finish with n nuierlor prlco.
When tho market lets the finished
animals k IickkIiiu;, thero Ih hiiuiII
oncoiirnBeinent to the producer.
Hiiycrund producer must work to
gether to build up tho meatlndtiHtry.
Neither tdiould liear the whole bur
den. OANCEIt CUKEDI!
Mr. W. W.l'rlckott. Smlthfleld, Ills.,
writes, Sept. 10th, 1001: "I had been
suffering several years with a cancer on
my face, which gave me great onnoy
anco und unbearable itching. I was
using Hallard's Snow Liniment for n
sore leg, and through an accident, I
rubbed some of the liniment on tho
cancer.und as it gave menluioet Instant
relief, I decided to continue, to use the
liniment on the cancer. In u short
time the cancer came out, my faco
healed up and there Is not the slightest
scar left. I have implicit faith in tho
merits of this preparation, and It cannot
be too highly recommended." 26o,60c
and $1.00. For sale by New Era Rmg
lo a Few Dollars-dtlim ire ! !
you can buy Underwear, Shoes, Boots at greatly
reduced prices. Have too many
HATS and CA PS.
Will give 50 per cent oil on them this month.
Yours for Low Prices. One door west of Benson
R. WELCH, Mgr.
tter Late Than Never.
Hut good goods never home too late, and, owing to the deloy in the I-'astcrn frcightt), our
Shipment of small goods did not arrive until today, and now that the holidays are over we are
willing to make a great sacrifice on these goods in order to make room for another shipment that
is to follow.
T. K. RICHARDSON, MUSIC STORE.
We Nccdham because musicians Nccdham and must have them, and everyone that wants a
good piano, a sweet toned piano, an artistic piano, a durable piano, they find it under the name
of NHGDIIAM, Arthur Prazcr says the Necdliam has as good action as he has ever used, and
Mr. Page, the baritone soloist, says the tone is exquisite, and has placed en order with us for one
to be delivered at Mts uome in I'liuaueipmu. in iiwi mc mxuuuui nun ou nviu mm nun is wuy
we haoe just shipped a car load from the laccory, aim our last lot is a lot oi ocautlee ol new and
A T. Ii. JCHJIIAISUJMJW. ounf,'c urovc unci Koscoiirtf.
. J. S. MEDLEY
Mtorney-at-Laio o o
) onice on Main itreet 1
CoTTAGK GKOVK, OkK.
AHHAYKH AND M BTA I , LU 1 U 1 1 NT
lle.t KqulmieilaMisyomce In the Wats. Ham
nv teats mads on ore 8niilei o( one to nity
noundi toueiermino me mom """' "
ikIi ol treatment. 1'rlcea on application.
A. H. KING
Attorney t Law,
aoTTAau ajtoru, on it.
New outfit and up-to-date meth
ods assaying, or complete analysis
Clorluatioii, cyanide and working
tests made. All work done in du
plicate', and correct returns guar
anteed. Mail orders promptly at'
.1. (J. JOHNSON anil I ,(j lilJV
tUtor ncv sand Gounstlors-iit-lato
Hj.eelal attention given to Mliilnt.Corporktlon
anil Mercantile Ik,
Olllce oyer Oarman A llemenwsy'aitore.
COTTAGH GKOVE, ORE.
No town In Oregon has a brighter
outlook than Cottage Grove,
A REMINISCENCE OF
Tho witter roue In IIoihIIhIi 1co
Till Main Ht. looked like the,
It wiih cutiHod by the heuutlliil,
Tlmt ciuiHcil tlmt horrid coldyou
Tlmt fun bo eured by Morfrmi und