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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (April 24, 1903)
OoMI'I.IMKNT T() C'()TTAfllOltOVK
On May Mill tlio Iwuiu county
cninpH of llio Woodmen' of tlio World
will meet In KiiKuiic. anil tlie celulim
tlon that. Ih outline)! Id wild to ccIIho
iiuylliliiK ol tlio kind yutuinmituu in
thin miction of Oregon. Tlmy will
havn tv clniH of over 200 to Inltliito,
mill no mill of iiruimmtloiiH uru IioIiik
IwnovHMi in inn nniiuir oi poun,
oil'.., to niaku It a ilny lonu to Ihj re
ih jiiHiiv pronn or cno noiiorcoiircrrcii
- upon It In tlie election of V. II. Hon
' onflow to tliu olllro of proxlilliiK con
hiiI coniiiiimlur of tlio IiIk Iok rolling.
Mr. llOHcnliortt Ih lit tliu nn-HOiit con
hiiI cointiiiiniUir of tlio fociil IoiIko,
mill Ih oiio of tlio iiuiHt rntliunliMtlc:
nil-round loilgi) men In tlio county.
Ho will III! Dm liluli poHltloniinxlKiinil
to lilm with credit to IiIiiihuII, IiIh lo
cal IoiIko mill to the Htnto cnnip
Woodmen of tlio World.
A (loon Oim.'iiaiii).
U. H. Itikli'H hroiwlit to thlH olllco
WodiiMdiiy nviml llnilm cut from
lipplo tree on the IJuleM HroH. fruit
fnrm nour Dorvnn, whllo prunliijf tlio
orclmrd. On of tlio Union Ih more
tluin hIx feot In length nnd tliu othorH
urn nil morn than llvo. TIiIh Ih cer
tainly il good Hhowlng for hIx your
OKI irrvH, Air. liltinn iinoriiiH iih vimi
ho tinH thrco or four dlffcn-nt vn
rlotleH of npploH undor citltlviitloii,
Including tlio King, tlio llalilwln, tlio
JolmNtoii, etc., and that, hoiiio of
tliom lioro fruit limt year, tho pro
prlutorH Hocurlng about -IS IiiihIiuIh of
nppleH and will Hccuru a coiiNlilenililo
mnoiint more, thin rear. Mr. IIhIch
Hnyn the outlook for cropn In the
Dorvnn dlHtrlct U very Mattering ho
far IIiIh your.
A petition Ih being circulated thin
wwk HHklug tliu' county court to
cHtatillHh u county road 10 feet In
width from (lowilyvllle to tlie 'I'.
brldgo thereby cutting off hoiiio :
inlleH of illHtnuco from IIiIh place to
tho thriving little town of Loruno
Mini alrio affording meaiiH of travel
on tho public highway to a number"
of farmorH In tlio vicinity went of
(lowdvvlllo who now have to de
pend on private matin, Im-mIiIoh when
ono taken Into collHlderntlon the
ranld HtrlilcH beliiir made by l.oraue
mid her himtllng citizen It Iki-ohicm
Hulf evident that they an1 dcxervlng
of tho Ih'hI road obtainable and Hi
would Heoin the duty of every eltlxen !
o( CottiiKo drove to lend the iicccm-
Hiuy aid to attain the end nought.
Saw .Mii.i. I'oiiDoiihna.
Tho H'tplo,i(f Doruua are putting
forth an extra effort to Jiave a hiiw
mill built III that community ami
feel iiultu coiilldeut that they u III
Miicceod. Thore arc two or thrir e-
t.nltAitt If ion f Ifilia ftkl Olll. 1111 Ililt
cm-kami iih for tliulHT there arc I'.',
iiiIIIIoiih of feet. In fact an Inex
liatiHtlblo mipply and thumllllui; eom
piiuy that hihiuh'h the location and
tho option on the timber will be
fortunate indeed, It will ! nece
Hiiry In that event to have a Hpurot
thoO. &M. 15. railway built from t In"
tnatnllnu, but thlH they will have no
trouble uettluir iih tlie (. .V n. I
licoplo. wo are Informed havealivinl i
iiromlHed the ncceHxary aid In iliu
Walter Kyler. of Corning, Mo,, ivp
reHeutlng till Wenteru ImmlKrjitloii
llureau, arrived In thin city Tih-mIij.
Icaylug for Hoiitheni potutH Wediie
day 'afternoon. Mr. -Kyler l verj
greatly ImprvHwd with Oregon, par
tlcularly the valley and Hoiitheni
polutH, IIoIh working In the Inter-
CHtoftho Harrlmnu llnoH, ami tuM
nln-ady Im-cii liiHtrumentiil In hriim
lug many Koplo to Oregon. He
carrlen a cainern with him and l
'taking view to hhhIhI him lu pro-.
Heimiig Ori'goti an It really Ih to
'thOHO IntcreHted In Heeling weNtern
'bomoH. He Ih n roiiHorvntlvc, wide
nwnko giMitleinnu and no doubt will
1m liiHtrumeiital lu bringing a goodly
iiiiiuIht of Hople to thin Heetlou. ..
Oonk to Tkn.m:khku:
According to prevloiH iiuniiunce
uientH and iiiTiiiigelueutH Iter I. I).
Ileck and family took their de
parture, for TonneHHee on tho Into
TucHday night train going via San
I-'rauclHCo, where they, will npend one
or two ilayn visiting More Journey
lug on to their former home, lu the
Hiiniiy Hoilth. Sijiiio dozen or more
of their frlemlH remained ilp with
them and UHMlHted the family and
niu.ioroiiH lunch basket Into com
fortablo plncen aboard and after a
very luiHty .farewell luiHtoued to
alight on tho platform and .watch
tho long train dlHiippcar bvarlng
with It ono of reHpoetcd fuiiilllcH of
ThoUlenwood Mining Co. Ih now
perfecting arrangciuonw for tho Im
mediate dovelopniont of tho com
other' Important measureHiiowtilkon
up by tho company, tho management
Iiiih thin week left at the TJuggot
olllco tho copy- (or ii nout and at
tractive proHpovtiiH, which will lw
UHued tho coming week. Tho com
pany Ih compoHod of novernl of tho
moHl reHpoiiHilile mcu of thin wet Ion,
and tho (iroperty owned by tho cor
poratlon han long hIiiCo bwii con
ceded to bo ono of the inont promlH
Ing In tho dlgglngH.
Tiiinkh Wicr.t. Ok Tiik Dihtiiict.
I). A. Ilcnilrlekn, of Llbby, Mont.,
wtin Iulh lieoitBiiendluir Heveral weekH
In thlH city, roturlied homo last
.'I'liiiruituv. Whllo here Mr. IlendrlekH.
lu company with T. H-Hui)ple,mado
- anoxtcnneii vihii to iionomiu, vnero
tiiiv iixHiiitned Hovornl nilnlnic urop-
ariii'M. Mr. HondrlckH oxdivhmch lilm-
uolf hlgfily pleaned wltfi tho dlntrlct
and HtntcH tnar it ih ooiinii to iihiko
ono ol tlio Dent in tne unueu nratPH.
itmtiiriiH homo with tho expecta
tion of IntoreHtlng hoiiio Montana
tioople, and will probably bo on- llo
hernia croiind again In tho near
Tun Don ICii.i.Kit.
Homo ono played Had havoc with
thocanlno family In Cottngo (Irovo
Tuemlay night by polnonlng sovoral
nleceB of bi-ef and tnrowing tnem
along water street where, of courne,
i, immrrv cum found thorn ami
proceeded to mako a meal with tho
nwilt of six dead and Hovcral inro
mlHHlng. A llttlo bitter feeling ex
luiiwi'nitinnur tho 'owners of tho doirn
anil porhapH the guilty party will not
lmikolilmnelf. known for a few davs
at any rate, mm mere HceuiH 10 i
a good Hiipply of dogs left.
Woiik OtfTiucO. &H. ):.
Work on tho innln lino of tho Ore
gon & Southeastern In going rapidly
flln wink. Owlnur to the break
ing of an onglno Heveral days were
lost in i no jnauor oi ciowuiuif
tho sU'iun Hhovel work, but now nil
iiitiiiirtineiitH of tho coiiHtruutlon
work Is running smoothly. Manager
roarsotiH added hoiiio forty-llve moro
names to tho company's pay roll
tliU week and Is now looking for
that initio moro men to go to woric
U-Uc-vLul- jl 4t-ii jlt jU-tU. tU-tif.
I Wynne Hardware (Jo.
Carry ft complete lino of Hardware, ilnwnro, Htovt, ,
Itungwi, Knrm Implf menu and Mining Huiiplte, Includ- C
In.: fllunt J'ow dor Ca.'i I'ovf der, Cp una Fum. l
urn l una eo mo uw
The Charter Oak
To HllUT U ClIICKKNH.
It Ih announced that a movement
Ih now on foot to aliut up the
ehlckoiiH that until now have Imd tho
freo mid tinreHtrlcted tine of the
ntreotH, HldowalkH, allcyH and played
Havoc to o very nod vh gariicu. it in
a niovo that cannot como to noon
for tho in oh t of tho cltlzeiiH. They
Hliould Im nluit up tho hiuiio an cowh
mid other milmnlH. At tho name
ttmo It would bo In good form to
look Into the dog qucHtlon a little.
Attorney .1. I;. Voiinir. who re
ccntly iiurchaHcd from Oliver Vcatcb
tlio property on mver Htrevt, went or
tlio bridge, now occupied by mkiii
man & IIciihoii. will make hoiiio mil)
Htnntlal tin irovcmentH on the prop
ertv In tho near future. Ho oxnectH
to raiwj tno tinner Htory to iiiiiiicikiii
nnd will MiiIhIi the hiuiio Into olllco
rooniH which ho will occupy iih bin
law olllco. Tho building will bo
otherwlHO overhauled, giving 11 an
Nkw Yoiik IU(;kkt Stoiii:.
A. K. Hlierk Iihh moved Iiih ilacket
Htorototho Imllillnc formerly occu
tiled liv tlio llorHCHiioe rcHtntirant
and Ih eularuluir IiIh Htock. The now
iniarlorM are much larirer anil much
Hotter lor oiHpiay. .Mr. nuerK iiiih
been In tlio city for about tlim1
moiitliH coming hero from Malum In
January and through IiIh genial
good natured metliodH Iiiim made
inaiir frlemlH and In IiIh new(iiartern
will luivo an excellent imihiiiphm.
I'lie hcIiooI at Doreua wan cloned
about olio week ago on account of
meiiHlt-H but will bo opened niraln In
about n week or tea dayH. MImh
Minnie Comer Ih tho teacher In tho
dlHtrlct. TIiIh Ih her lli'Ht hoIiooI and
Hhe Ik lrlvlmr uood Hatlxfactlon ami
the kc'IiooI ih ivported iih pronpering
and much luteiOHl lKIHg taKen ny
Sx. . . . i.-iui-.
l.iiHt Maturdav lire cm mint In tlio
roof of tho old wari'hoiiHe formerly
iceiipled by .1. II. Kharp'on the went
Hide, and Had it not iccn iortuo
I u lc k reHpoiiHu of hoiiio of the boyn
.at I lie CainplH'll - Alexander nrd
I liiirii,"a Hevtirw lire would hnvo been
I i hi roHiilt. 'J'he roof wiih ' well
ivereil Willi iiiohh. nun tne oiu
il. Ming would not linc hiHteil long.'
l.onAc llliiKliaui Lumlrer Co., ho
cured the hitvIcch of the Southern
t'aelllc pile driver mid erewThurHilay
mill drove two rown of piling be
tivii'ii the track mid the log pond
mil an- now erecting an unloading
iilatfoiiii on th Mitnie. The numltcr
of pllhiK driven wan about forty and
the work wiih done lu a little over
half a day.
HatH 'J.V mid up at N. K. KIhoii'h.
Dr. I.oWc oculo-optlclan Kugene.
Hay Ih the mont prolltable crop lu
Styllnh spring hntn at Mrs. N. li.
ItiiHHbui Jews to the miinlior of 21,
(H enme to New York during llW.'.
Oiirden Hi-cdn In' bulk at Kiikln &
ItrlHtovvH. . ,
To paint a.battlenhlp requires 150
lyim of paint,"
lleiiHon Drug Company for pure
A ilay In tlieplnnetCVrcH H uvemid
a half bourn.
SIioch nt Iohh tlmn coat; X, i:. HI
Hea'n. The deathH from Htornls and (IooiIh
Jn IW!'.' were 12,000.
llownro of tho vlco that goes around
wearing the mask of virtue.
Toilet artleloH of every description
at lleiiHon Drug Co. -
Frenh bread at tho Home llnkery,
near the depot. Try It.
Tho llvo volcunoes active hint year
dt'Htroyed 00,000 liven.
Seven hundred thoumiud Urltlnli
wear American hIiik'k.
No Hunnlaii army otllcor can marry
ticforo tho nffe of
Ten-eleventliH of tho world's people
are north of tho eiiuator. ,
If yonr)lfo In a blank till It out and
have It sworn to,
(lood lunch and hot coffee at the
Homo llakery, near the depot,
fnali on III fur cellar bolts at tho
planing mill, Cottage Urove.
There are now over 700 lady uni
versity graduates lu Ireland.
On nil South London street rail
ways tho faro Is now ono cent.
Ulster 1ms sent out l.OSS.COO em!
irruntH during tlio last fifty years.
Your proscriptions llllod QUICK, at
Dundee. Scotland, . has started
evening classes for Its policemen.
Rcotland shinned 11 270.422 tons of
coal last ycar.'coiistiiuiiiig a record
It Is In tho air thnt a M) room hotel
will bo built near tho O. & H. K.
It. Welch of tlio cheap store, was
down to Ktnwne Sunday wlthjiln
It would be a good Idea for tho
nronertv owners to clean up tho
John Currln Iiiih been oiutaged as
assistant freight agent nt tlioH. t
Silvo money In mllllnory at N. 13.
Kisca's. two suipnients irom uni-
cugo this week.
Deputy I'roHeciitlmr Attorney L,
T. Harris was In the city last Haturv
day onjitllelal iniBineHs.
.1. II. Davidson, who Iiiih been quite
III the past week Is able to return to
Ills piaco oi iiiihiiicmh.
W. l Slimiefelt has koho to Lo
rivno to have hoiiio Improvements
niiulo on his ranch.
a. It. llnttler. United States nost
olllco inspector, was In the city last
Miss Nannie Spong left Friday
morning for a week's visit wltli
friends at Independence.
.1 allies Hart lias ro turned from
Southern Oregon, whero ho has
tit , tli J,tUjtU-tU jlt-tlt tit tU .
-ma imchc l,
The Homo llakery 1m moved Into
tho building formerly occupied by the
Now York Itacket Htoro.
Tickets on sale for "Hrcnklng His
Honils" at the New ICra Drug Store.
Don't forget the date May 1
Come In and exmnlno our stock of
millinery goods, Fashion Millinery
Htoro, Minn 'Mary llartels pro
Mlns Iona Foreman was down at
Itoseburg Monday and Tuesday on
bunliiesn In connection with the
Illcliardson Music House.
Tho latest stylen, liest goods and
lowrnt prices at tho FaHhlotl mllllu
Iry store, MIsh Mary IlartelH pro
prietress. Mr. and Mm. K. C. Loci; wood camo
over from Lornno Tuesday mid aro
visiting with Mrs. Iockwood'n
mother, Mrs. Jeff Mnrkley.
No better millinery goods In I.une
county than are being sold at tho
-Fashion millinery Htoro, MIhs Mary
Mrs. Aubny, who Ih making a two
week's visit wmi inenus ami rein-
ttVcs In I'orthtnd, Is exm-ctod homo
next Monday morning.
Jns. Hart and wife have returned
to the hills after n weeks' outing and
visit with their daughters who are
unrolled in the Hlstcm school at Kit
do to Cochran & Lauder for the
'In-st furniture In town ut the lowent
prlccH. They hnvoevcrythliigcarrleil
in an:uptodato furniture store.
I'hll Spong moved bin family to the
"Klondike lumber camp on Mosliy
creek, this wecK, whero tney will
take charge of tho cook house for the
Cottage drove Lumber Co.
The new parsonage built by tho
M. K. Church Is eomplcto and Is a
neat residence. He v. Feeso Isnuttiui:
lortu coiisiiiernuio cnort m neautiiy
ing tue grounds nujaccnt to tno new
pnrsouago mid tho church.
(Ico. Ilohlmnn. the tailor. Ih mak
ing hoiiio very neat Improvements
on his building on Main street lu tho
way of removing tno posts support-
big tho portico and piittliigon a now
coat of white which considerably
Improves tho npiwirnuco of tho
Mrs. Mnrgaretto Underwood. sister
of .Mrs. Dr. Wall of this city, formerly
of Kugcuc, now residing In Tncoma,
WiihIi., lu company with her son and
daughter. Mr. mid Mrs. Chas. Under
wood visited hero last Saturday and
Sunday. They have been making mi
extended visit lu California nnd Ari
zona for tho benefit of Churloy's
health. Their iiianv friends were
pleased to hoc them.
FOR EARLY CLOSINQ.
Rev. John Dawson Putting Forth Ef
forts In that Direction.
The followluglettcrlrom Itev. John
DnwHou In w-K explanatory:
Dear Sir: Having been requested
to Interview tho buHlness men: of
Cottage- (Jrovu on Iwlmlf of early
week day closing nnd all day Sun
day closing, I wish to state that the'
proposition lias' been most 'cordially
received by all I havo been able to
see. The majority seem to favor a.
Hummer. closlngnt? p. m. ami n win
ter at (1 p. in. with a Saturdtty.'.clos
Ing nt u orthiSO p. in. Why could1 not
a pledge bo drawn up mid presented
to the business men binding them
nnd In order to relieve thorn from the
Importunities ol the public Insert a
Clause conveying tho sentiment that
the closing hours nro violated a
lino of ?100 shall lie Imposed and the
said flno Imi used for street Improve
ment. Two weeks prior to Christ
mas holidays It shall lie considered
advlsnblo to keep all stores open as
, . 1 I. 1
IOUK US UUHIUUNH llUlilllUtlff IL.
I shall Ihi most happy to still fur
ther mid help along t IiIh good scheme.
STATE GAMI? WARDEN
. V. Baker of Cottage drove Is
Appointed State dame Warden by
A OOOD SELECTION.
I he. following telegram was re
ceived Thursday afternoon by J. W
linker of this city:
Salem. Ore.. April 23. J. W. linker.
Cottage drove, Ore,; You havo been
appointed stato unmo warden by
Governor Chamberlain. Congratu
lations, i;. Hot-En,
.The above dispatch did, not coiuo
as n Hiirprlso to Mr. linker, as ho had
been continent several weeks ago
that tho appointment would" como
Whllo John Is naturally proud of
his success In a hard fought battle, lie
Is no more proud tlmn are his many
frlemlH In this city who hasten to
Tho Nuggot takes prldo In seeing
a Cottagedrovcltosecuro recognition
at tho hands of dovernor Clinmhor-
laln, nnd laying politics aside, would
lust ao sooii bco Mr. linker receive
tho honor as any man oil earth.
Everything new.'freHh nnd clean
evidently tho prices are. right, dlvous a. trial,
endeavor to please you. Produce a specialty.
I'shl the Death Penalty at Eugene
Lait Friday He Went to Ills Death
Reelgned to lll Fate.
SHERIFF FISK OFFICIATED
Under the management of Sheriff
Fred I'isk, Hlllott Lyons, the mur
derer of Sheriff W. W. Withers,
was hanged by the neck until dead
at Eugene last 1'ilday at 10,30
Ljous had apparently resigned
himself to his fate several days be
fore the execution and had taken
Winn the day arrived a crowd of
a thousand or more people congre
gated at the court house and in the
streets near the jail to await the
execution. Little excitement was
noticeable, thosd present appearing
to have come more through curi
osity than otherwise.
Sonic 150 invitations were ex
tended by Sheriff I'isk to sheriffs,
newspaper men, members .of the
grand jury and the trial jury, etc.
Promptly at the designated hour
Lyons was brought Irom the jail
escorted by officers and mounted
the scaffold. He was calm and
collected. After tlie preliminaries
he was asked if be had anything to
say, ana lie replied as loiiows: 1
thank you all for your kindness,
and pray God to forgive you, for
you know not what you do.
Sheriff Fisk then adjusted the
black cap and noose, and in an
instant the murderer shot through
"BREAKINQ HIS BONDS."
The homo talent drama which Is
to bo rendered on next Frldny even
ing, May 1, Is progressing nicely.
The company Is working hard, rc-
heursliig every evening mid hope to
Ihj able to surpass any home talent
performance ever presented In the
city. Mr. J. C. Johnson Is coaching
tho company mid also playing the
The following Is the cast of char
Lawyer Deem Thomas M. Medley
Horatio Snooks Orvlll Taylor
Howard Lelar Chas. W. Wallace
Mrs. Lelar Miss Ituby Thomas
May Ketch 11 m Miss Ethel Wooloy
Dr. Hatlleld Pearl Uennett
.Micky , J. 0. Johnson
Argy Tompkins Chas. Xewland
Kitty ....MIhh Emma Bryan
Kach and. every character Is well
sustained and you will miss a treat
It you fall to see tho play. . Secure
your sjsats early at the New Era
ELM Ell E. EMMEIISON At Lnke-
vlew, Oregon, April. '1, 1003, of heart
-Deceased was the eldest son of It,
W. and Mrs. I). C. Emerson, of this
vicinity, nnd his death was quite a
shock to them. The remains- were
laid to rest at Lakcvlew. Tlio
family havu tlie sympathy of n host
of friends In this their' greatest loss..
UULLAHD, S. T. V. At the, family
homo In Coldwatr. inch., April
1003. aged SI years, 2 months mid
In tho early dnya Mr Dullard
visited for nearly a year at Eugene,
Oregon, nnd many ol tlie old timers
of that city will recall him. Besides
his wife Polly A. Bulla rd and 0110
daughter, .Mao Billiard, both of
Coldwater, Mich., ho leives three
grandchildren, Thos. Abrnms, O. 0.
McClellen and Mrs. V. J. Howard, all
of this city.
SPHEY, JOB At the home of his
ilaugliter near wuuwoou on April
Mr. Sprey's home was In Union
county, this state,, where ho had re
sided for many years, He was born
in Warren county, Ohio, In 182" and
was married to Jennie Jones in 1850,
moving with his family from Ohio
nbout 1S72 to Union county where he
has resided ever since His health
has iH-en bad for some time and ho
was brought here by ills daughter
expecting It to benefit him. Of the"
fmul y but four children aro living,
the mother and two children having
died several years ago. -He was a
member of tho United Brethcrn
church. The funeral was pleached
by Rev. C. II. allace."
LYONS, CLAHK C At his homo on
Bow lUver, Aril 18, 1003.
Deceased was born Dec. 27, 1S27 In
the State of New York, .crossed tho
plains ln lS53 mid settled u AInrlou
Co., this state, where ho resided un
tll.1870. He was married In June. 1870,
to Miss Annie Italians nnd moved to
Lam1 county tho snmo year where he
tins resided ever slnco. Ho " was a
member of the A. F. nnilA. M. by
whom tho funeral servlco iVris held.
He was familiarly known na Oapt
Lyone and was one of tho best re
spected citizens and one of tho well
known pioneers of Lane county,
Ills family havo tho sympathy of a
largo number of friends who know
Capt. Lyons In llfo and mourn his
of Cottaga Grove. :
AVhere the majority trades.
ami wo Biinu
Cottage drove Lodge No. 68, 1. O
O. F., conferred tho first, second nnd
third dogrccs on thrt 0 different enn
dldatcii lastBaturdayovenlng. There
wore somo now names proposed for
membership which will le acted upon
Inter. Tho Odd Fellows have de
cided to Install a GO light Parrot Im
proved gasollno plant, Mr. Parrott
arrived here Wednesday and began
work on tho plant which will Ihj
ready for uso In a few days and will
lo used to light tho hall, the Pacific
Timber Co storeand the Pacific Tim
ber Co. office rooms. Tho lodge la
having ft" good, steady, healthy
growth and Is prospering.
m. w. A.
Tho Modern Woodmen met at their
hall Tuesday evening and was called
to order early on account of an un
limited amount of work to bo done.
After going through the opening and
early business of the meeting, the
camp proceeded to ballot on 34
names to become members ' of the
camp, which were secured for the
camp by tho long, tall, hustling of
dco. E. Strnyer, district deputy,
assisted by Oeo. Corner, local deputy
Tho ballot was Hpread nnd the above
number were declared elected to
membership, 21 of whom were found
waiting for adoption which Is
record brsuker for Cottage drove in
the fraternal, iMmeficlury societies.
Talking of enjoyment until tho wee
hours, well Just ask some of the can
didates 'who participated. After the
candidates were taken through the
first Uegree,' the V. C. declared a ro
cess long enchigh to supply the Inner
man with a wholesome repast that
had lieen prepared by E. A. Wlllson
nnd yoiti bet Ed knows how to fix
'em. After doing themselves proud
with the supjwr the candidates were
taken through the wind-up and
every one seemed to feel that they
were glad they had lsjcn there. The
M. W. A. Is a good lodge, offering
cheap, substanttan Insurnnce and Is
the largest Isjiicflclary order In the
M. K. CIIUICCH.- "
Tho Oddfellows will attend the
Methodist church Sunday morning
to listen to their annual sermon
preached by tho po8tor-Ke'v Oeo. H.
Feese. The subject for the Sunday
night discourse Is "A Spring Ser
Preaching at tho Christian church
Sunday morning nnd evening. Sub
Ject 11 a, m. "Ood's Cnll-TTdJTho
Church". 7:30 p. m. ."All Seek Thee"
The publlc'cordlally Invited.
Masons lu Switzerland receive
eighty cents a day.oftcn hours.
. TO ALL THE LADIES. ,
Thelenn, the. fat '
The stouts the fall
' dod bless their souls '
. , We Jove tli'em.
.And, like to" seo, them pleased us
they are sure, to be If they use, any of
the toilet articles, from the New. Era
Drugstore. - ' - ' -
J". .' WALTON' S. P: KES3
U. 8. Commissioner" Notarr Publle
f. - -Tf - - m
Practise In State and Federal Conrti, Work in
U.S. Land Office. 'Entries made and prooft
'Fori ' Goof Smoke
do to Thornton's Confection
ery Store; Where you will
nlwftys find tho leader In
Cigars, Smoking nnd
Pipes, Candles, Nuts.
Also Phosco the
Ice Cream in Season.
Grocery Store g
is the place to buy
Everything is clean,
new, fresh and of first
I Spring is btvc-So are we
jE With Spray Pumps
Hoes, Rakes nnd Cultivators.
Oliver's Steel and Chilled Plows.
;FUh Uros. Wagons.
A full and complete Line of Hardware, Stoves and Tinware.
Mining Supplies our Specialty.
Has the Freshest Liinc
of Groceries in Cottage Grove. Not a can nor
package of goods on the shelves but that is as fr.esh
as is obtainable on the market. Quality guaranteed
Oar Prices Are the Lowest and Satisfaction Is Guaranteed
HAUIES & WILLIAMS, Props.
YOU'LL FEEL AT HOME
Where the meals are well cooked and well served and the beds are good.
ITS CLEAN THRuiwri- 3 i
And you'll find everything hous-tlbi ,thoail .- .:7J.
Come and stay at lot,; r j poi i!
, FINE LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS
Free to our Commercial Trade- Try our 8unday Dinner. The beat ever
Served In any Hotel In the City.
N. D. HARDY, M'gr.
COTTAGE GROVE, - - OREGON.
1 SHANAFELT'S 1
I Photograph Gallery
f New .back.
! grounds and '
j Fifteen years experience eight years in Portland 3
Npthing.ljut first-class work. All Work guar- 3
g anteed. -Lowest prices. Gall and examine work. 3
e . Opposite Masonic Hall West Side, Cottage Grove. S
W. S. Chrisman & Ely Bangs
First Class Turnouts, Double or Single.
CHRISMAN & BANGS - COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
KNOWI.ES & GETTYS
...The Miners Supply House...
.Our Motto: Good Goods for Low Prices.
General Merchandise, M?iers' Tools and Ammunition
J. W. Ray'sFurni
Uiiftranteefl to nave you
Stoves, Ranges, Carpets
Big Clearance Sale
1U per cent; uiscount on everytumg
EUGENE - OREGON
and Spray Compound. 3
Best Lenses zs
Alfi6 OFFICE OF THE
and Llack Butte' Stages.
nlonoy on overythlnR to
Line of Wall Paper,,.
now on for 30 days;
:r- 4- 'M- !
tare Co, I
beon spending tho winter.