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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1903)
A KMtOIITI'I'r. Acciuknt. i
U'lliit illlhl lini'i- hern' ;i f.itnl 1
Hc oiili-IH net II r i i ll ,i lln' limne ill I
Dr. I T. Anderson in till city'
weuursnuy initut. it will be re
tlUmlwred Hut t the town h.tn been
iiifMtecl with house breakers of
lafi, and every householder hat
tnttle nit oti of preparations to rc
slut the l iilibii Dr. AuiJeixou was
mi exception, tie wcured a re
volver ape! placed it under hiit pil
low. During llic night tyrs. An
(larioti had occasion to get up td Me
to the children In mi adjoining
room, In tlic meantime Uie dm;
tor wokt, mid hearing n Might dis
turbance grutieI ln revolver.
About Hint time Mr. Anderson
moved tow ml the entrance, and
the doctor not suspicioning that
he was slliring, Hied. The bullet
struck Mm. Anderson on the left
aide on the lowci tlb hnd glanced
off An Dr. Anderson flred the
lady screamed, c-Inc he probably
would have lolluwed one bullet
with another. An soon a the doc
tor nw whut he naff done Dr. Hon-
titer was called iiud dressed the
wound. At hint reportH she wrm i
resting easily and no serious coin-J
plications lire anticipated.
i, 4. .i. .J. .i. .1, a. u -i. . -i. ,4. .4, 4- ! lt Ut-rlt, st- -J;
t r t w 1 . . !
vv vimc r i n l'dwnvo uo.
furry a rnuipleic Mm' nf lliir.hvne, riiiware, Move.
HmiKi'H, I'mi iii linpifi imiiiiiI Mining Miipiiiiin, Includ
ing fllrttit Powder I o.'s Powder, dip imil Fuse, k.
Cull nnd see thu inrw Iikki" llk-yclcs. f
"The Cliatler Oak Hardware Store." J"
Wynne Hardware Co., Proprietor. p"
' I Willi took plWM'sslt.ll M
- - - I Hiudv will for tin- pi
Olvethe Wave a call for (ruruy,rk'U'l''''4,'''''
home made chocolate noil rreuti.C ! '
i lie rwie.i league
Mill! ill Kiilurdiiy
Mt i-i'iiui h mill t Igor i'
flli,.. lllll,, , I llfl-Ml -
fund, nililk no bui'ilfii i.
.Mrs. Kiln I'nrker. of Km
,' arrived Morula mi ' i
alt-k mother, Mr. st
who lifts Iks'ii mtiiK .it.,
' ninny weeks.
i u ..mi tirn i mil ii i it fin rnni
,.n y ii iijij uviuu i.iiwij i i j i
1 ' 1" 1 M. ( Wi.n.r ami tl.nntj. Will U.,11,1 u I
nn urn ut
. 1 1
Spring 3 bcvc-Qo arc wc
It N. Ii Mnr.J.v s,,M
I fioti'l to W. II. roiiri-,
Dr. towi' ocnlo-optlcliinKiiKoni1.
.1. VV. (iowdy Impilti' III tlil wivh,
V, I), . Ili'iiticlt vlaltrd In Hiiii-m
I'feuli Ice crenm nf.the Wnvc try
Try Niinii' of tliow rliolct' iH.rlnnii'H
nt IkMiKim Drn i n.
A. D. I'lloy ivi-iil to I'lirlliunl
Wi'iliirtHilnv lo In. nunc 11 linv iIii.vh.
I'ri'idi lih'ml mi nn- Hohi( IIiiUit.v,
ni'iir Din ili'iiiil . Try II.
K. VV. Ili-linnt hIIi'i I1U11I1I Ihiiiii
at Viilii'iilln Niiniln.v.
Vmir pnwrlpil.iim nilmtf jt'H'K, (it
lli'iiHiiti IM'iik Co'm Mt.irc.
Aliniin.l Hi'ini'ii wily wna .lu.vn to
KlIKt-lll'.Siiinliiy nn IiiinIiii'nmI'.'I
Smelter for the Keductlon of
henila Urea thin Seaaon.
I'tnnps nnd Spray Compotind.
A (UMRAVTKK Or ORP. WANTED '
ilhlll't H.m till!
I.OHT Tmt UAMK I" TO II,
An iiugrrguliou of "has been"
and "will be" bull plnyera fr m
thin place, miuua a few wl.o we e
away asuiitiuu in the league kuiik
ut Kugeue, and others who do not
pluy the game nn that day of the
week, boarded the overland butt
Saturday uiKhl liomid for the fair
city of RoHtburg which place they
reached in due season. The gome
started off with Cottage Grove in
the lend, ii Ifrt l which they were
able tu krepat long as they played
ball In the neveuth inning some
thing went wrong soini where ai tl
the hoyti,played "horae." for a fc
minutes which enabled RoscbttrK to'
MUm MmiiiIi' lllntr Ih vIhIiIiik
wit'h 111 r.iiKi'iii. iiihi rorllimil.
Ilonil llllirll iiihI lint cnffiH' lit till'
1 1 mm. Iliiki'iy, m.'iir tin- ik'pot,
.V. Ni'Ihi.ii whm h pinuliKr to
T.Cke vour lii-t uirl to the Wave
fur 1 Sund iv tn'iit.
Tlio owl clifiir iidvt'i'tlm'rM hnvi-Imh-ii
pitliithiMr tlit town thlH vH-k.
An1 you lnnkliifr for tolli-t iirllrli'H'.'
Drop Into Iti'iison llnm Vu'n alon.
The only place in town where
you can get a nice box of bon burnt.
KtiKi'iii' In niiiklini prepiirntloiiM in
iinlld 11 new lilitli mcIiooI liiilMInK HiIm
lloukM, iniiirnnlitPH. hovi-Ik. nil klndn
'it KikIp Hook HUirv, i door went of
Vv ill. Unwlivv,
of Itow Itlvcr, wiw
....... .iii.c juicy scon.- w men trniianetliw biMlnem In thp city Mon
nwi t,,it inn ... me in... 0111 .
Hi-e iIhim- luitM nt I lie Knalilon mil-lliw-r.v
niorv, Mm Mnrj- linrrela, pro-lU'l.-lri'iw.
VV. II. Ilnwley, of Lonine. timdi' tin-
Snuui'i ntllot'ii iiliiianut call Hntiir-
wan the game or t heat. The bov
Iroin here easllv outplayed their op
noneuia and had the game well in
hand until that disitstrniit : i-titb.
The final reitulf ol the game vv.it 4
score of 10 to 11 in favor of Kn-i-burg.
As this was the first g nu
of the se.ntou for the home team in'
allowing made by lite bovs was ik.i
a bad one. A telurn nme i
promisel and ifl l- plated hen
within the next week or two if th
boy can succeed in getting a
ground in shape bv that time.
RktikK From Tin; S. I
D T. Aubrey, who has for
tniiny years presided ovet Hie d .
tlnies of the Southern Pacific Jo -office
in this city as agent, aU.i
agent for We. Is I'argo Express Co ,
has tendered his resignation to tin
Southern Tacit'ic Co. and will now
take the agency of the Postal Tele
graph Co.. Mr. Jordan, who has s
successfully handled that office re-1 the IIviinoii Drug Co.
signing in Mr. Awhrey's favor Mr
Awbrey will also have the Wells
I'orgo office nnd will ,,ive his cit're
attention to the two service
"Tom". as lir is familiarly known,
has been in the employ of the S. 1
Co. for some ifi years, and during
nil that time has been faithful to
Ills duties, so much .so that it has
taxed his strength beyoui e idtt -mice,
and in protection to his
health he withdraws from the com
pany not without regret to all
jwrtles concerned. Mr. Awhrey's
lie pleased to
still statu! by
will wish him
T. M Dn.li'. ii Vancouver. VViinIi.,
i'n.iiiiut, ui.i hen- on ImisIiii-sh this
Mr i.'iiiiixi miii'i-Ix iiilu. til Imv
Inu iiii.Uikiiiii. a m-i'I.iiim mnliiil
.I .call. in.
.1. VV, lluiii-k .ill to Sniitlierii
Uivirnn tile llrxt of Hie week on H
i'niei'tlUK I rip.
Meailuim-H I'.Kliriin. Alirauis mnl
.liii.llin uru vIsltlliK HiIm wisk with
frlvinU In IOiiroiih.
MNn Oiih Markle.v, of ICuirene.
vlrtlteil will, her iinnnlH I he fore
I . .1 nf I lie week.
The newest und most up-to-date
parlors and the best service in town
at the Wave.
Kvery article uinler the sun itmmilv
enrrlot) ly drug storm' enn Ih hml nt
Mi-m. Hurry Wytino ivt,urneil honie
SiiiiiIuv from Niiletu when she has
Imtii vIhIiIiik with herpiinntH.
Tuemlu.v in ilielr liome In Kugt-ne nt-
Alty J. K. Young went to Ku-
gelie to be present at the W OW
Cliarll.! Small .f Pattter's bakery,
made a tilp up Row river Saturday
and Sunday. He stopped at the
ranch of Wm. Hawley.
Tlic niuli.v fi'lenitM of .1. M. Hher
ooi will Ih iIi'iikm to leiini Hint
he In now rapidly rm-mcMliKfrolii his
Tlio town wiis
iln.v. TIiiiih! I lull
IIiimcIiiiII itfllui-M were reei iiltliuf nut
on tin- luniks nfllie illrr.relil ensi-ks
Dr. VV. VV. OKlexli.v, pivslileur oftlx.!
omen nilplsrr MIiiMk l o.,cilllie Ui
from .linn llnn MnuHuy mi IiiihIiiihn
ronuei'teil with Hie eoiiiimuv'H In-telt-MlH
Tin' new telephone n,. U iiliuui
eompliMeil mid the l.orine people are
Krenlli iiloiiwil wllh Hweoliveiileuee
ivhleli firliiKx them In hucIi (.um
luiirli wMli the outside world.
Mih. Mir,v MjiroiiHe eunie home
from I'lii tliiml Tuewluy havliifr Int-n
"in tied to the leilslile nf hnr
inotlier, MrH. IVniiU ('outer. Clto Is
l.i inu iliiiiueroiisly III nt the home of
I'M ,1 1 mes.
AI ('hurt-hill dropiMHl In on us
nnd lold of his plviiNitnt ex
IHirleuee wnlklllK down from Itn
liemlii. lie dlilu't Kive nny rensnn
why he illtln't eome tin the O. & M.
Otto llrown. the popular vouiiff
iirllxt nt .f mm. OKtrmuler'a toiiHorittl
iMirlms. left WiHlmsidn.vfoi islH'rld in,
VV) iimlnir. when- he to necent n
piwltlmi with his brother mm clerk In
u Ini'Ke ilrilKeNtubllKhmellt.
t n ri
i ii .1 -i '
The following coiiinnur. ii ;oti,
I which is of interest to all mine'
-. nets in Bohemia, wns recch -d at 1
i irs., Hi.-this week. Mr. Warner1
has bo. n working on the pr ipc
sition lor nearly a year now and
wlnle I'e has encountered some
tlii'.gsuf a iliscouraging naturr, lit
is now in a position to slate posi-
" ( tis cl that a smelter will lie built.
irnine. lire even in. i i,. .. n
St nrtrd from. Tie' iin.. t I.hl. ii..
Hiiuduy iik vcr; IiiIm. m hmi i,
suited In it complete ... .... I -liui'K
wit Ii ii score of hi .. ,
A liirue iiinounf of plllnu - I., in
Mhlipeil from Uottoue !. n.if.
scimon mid to rtf the ciisieru .coile
im our Ktnts loot, unii mjin
winiid niX one tliluK . ,7 ,v.-ti , connection it would be well
they lire wonderful to i-wr.vi.ml.v , for the severl mine owners tocor
wlmt's tlio dlffetence. resnond with Mr. Warner, tvlmsr
VV. D. Onriminnitil Almon.i lliniin- address is Ktlgene, expressing them-
wu.v tunde quite nn lui. r. .niu trip sel .ts and also givitiK him anesti-'J
Ut (olesU'ln 8prlint. i .... Iimt mMe cf lne amount of ore they can 5
Week. They Went . vln 1 1" - nit Im-i-ii i,, . ..,i....,:.. ei.fii
twin.. ... n...iV i..m ,.,..i I...... pio -'ice tor redoetion. fhe follow-:
in); is air. warner letter: ,
I'.ugene, Ore., May 9, 1903.
N'ngRet: Inasmuch as there
has been expressed some doubt of
sincetity of intentions 'about the
smelter for Bohemia I wish to
state most positively thot we are
l."iinj to put in a smelter there re
gardless of what any one else doe?,
and are going to do it this summer
and all we want to know is, what
amount of ore we can count 1 n
from the beginning,
ltnl.es nnd Cultivators.
Oliver's steel and chilled Plows.
H'IbIi Itros. Wagons,
V full mid complete f.lne of Hardware, Stove mill Tinware.
Mining Supplies our Specialty.
Piper & Vandenburg
vvviWvi sv svsvvvv, wyvw.iwv-
1'in.s an. I
tlicnt oil tliey rwne tneir iie-iHi.nvn
tliroiiKh flie lienntlful l!..ue river
valley. They report nultiMiu inter-
Mr. tiehell, of low 11, Im- ix-cu lool,
Inu: over the nxrrleiiltui al liiieri-tH in
tins section for the iuimi wis.k ami l
much liupressed with Hie ..utlmik.
lie left .vestenlay for nn Iiihims-Hou
of Northern (Mlforulu. but villi iv
tuni -here next tvei'k ami imct in
the fertile field udureut to 1 .itlni-i-drove.
Ilev. John Diiwkiiu w ill In, 1. 1
KiiIni'oiimI wrvli'es at Hi. Mannnii.
hall next Monday eve at Hp. in. Tin
public Im cordmUy inulcl t
I noticed the bills were almost
time of anyone tolieiirlii-.li-.'iitirwH.
d. c. Kwen, the new laitcher, re
ports that someoiieeiiteri'il IiIhIiuiihc
Tuesday iiiirht and tool, I1..111 his
pis-kills about $4 In small. Iiniipwunl
departed. .VIr. I'reji snv the porch
la front of the house hml .-...inly
Ihh'H pulnteil and the trm kn of the
......... I.n ,.. U. ....
K d-ljcKj., ofnearc.iinstock. was fnn.li paint and on the wiu.low sill.
In the city Monday triuiKiu llii IiiihI-
iicmh with CottiiRe drove nierchatitH. ' The Indies Aid Society of the
lto.y Is liuilillnir a law strn k burn I M. E. church met with Miss Jessie
nal;7,fi,;,:n,.,rK.k,.,,t't,,rlVl,,,f .erg Wednrf.y.lternoo. About
,, , , fifteen ladies were present. They
Mr. and Mrs. It. I,. HasthiKs. of ive next week Kridav
I'adee. Pofk county, who have been 8 1 , 1.? f - 5
visltliiK fur several days with tiu.1; evening with Mrs. Prank Phillips.
son, nice iiiiMtinir. left.Moii.lav for luese socials are oecjmiue
their home. They were well pleased' nonular.
Is-, entirely Covered with snow yet, and
m-eoiilti- Inlerestlnir. He Is a mini of 1
proKresslve spirit nnd it 1
present. . Ilev. uawson s "'n i , fer mamn ivill h Isle for vetiina I
1 mull of I . . ... . ,
h Coitaiti; drove.
inatiy trtenils will
learn that he will
Cottage Grove and
A Nugget tnnti in company with
Krnnk I.eRoy, who acted as guide,
Dr. J. 11. Kecfer, ptcsident of the
Jiiilson Rock Mining Co. nnd I''. I.
Cnlterliue, a prominent stockholder
in the company, both of Portland,
made a flying trip into llohcmia
this week. Owing to limited time
it is impossible to give a writcttp of
the trip this week. However, nf
fairs were uevet in a more flourish
ing condition. The season promises
to he nn early one, tfic snow hav
ing almost entirely dissapenrcd, nnd
it is now thought that tenuis will
bi able to rench the Mttsiek by the
first of June. Owing to lack of
space an extended review of the
camp cannot "be made this week,
but careful attention will lie given
it next week.
Scholars Kuom Wihmman.
The trustees of Whitmnii college
have voted 011c scholarship free to
the Cottage Grove graduate having
the highest standing nt tlic close of
the scliool thisycar. This scholar
ship is good for one year's course
at the Wliitmuuu college and will
certainly be quite a prize as well as
honor for the one winning it,
A Hunt I'ou A IIiihiianii.
Some few i.nys iikii the dally press
of Portland and Kiikuiiu contained
iinjiiToiltit of the eloumeut of .1: II.
VVfckhiim, of Henderson, with h's
wlfu'H Hlster. Mrs. VVIckhiini, the i(o
ser ted wife, arrived In this city Tues
day on 11 Himreh for the recreant litis,
baud and his mlHKUldud companion.
Mrs. Wlckhnm Iiiih found traces of
thu pair In Kukoiic' nnd Portland,
but, like a. wlll-o-thu-wlsp, they al
ways keep a lit Uo ahead.
ItltlCK MA KINO TO Co.MMItNCU.
0. II. Wallace und Ves W'nllaco will
start their brick kiln northoast of
town In about ten days. They In
form tlio NiiKKut that tliuy wilt burn
this season about LtHl.tHH) brick sult
ublo tor lines und htilldliiKH and more
If thu demand ln6renNCH,
A (Jaiii.oaii Ok Inn.
l.iiHt Tuesday O, O. MeClellau ro'
cl'lvcd IiIh first ear of Ice. and pro
ceeded to store It In his leu house,
near tlio pinning mill. Thu demnud
for lea will he much Krcatcr this
summer than ever before.
l,fiioi-il and wife returned
ler a( uis'k's visit with relatives
The city council ill Kiwue denied
lln- III. rcKimcnt tht itseof thestm-ts
f.ii- a carnival on tliO Jatli of .luue.
(julle a uumlH'r went tu KlIKenc to
atti'iiil the Kreat miiMleale held there
; 1 iicHitu.v, WeiiueMilay and Thursila.v.
I. II. ItoiiHc h I mils from Drain
where he luut Ihs'U looklliKiifterKonie
HiiiIht and sawiutll bulne-M.
.lack Klopfeustelu i'mnedownfrom
the mines Sattiriluy. .lack reportH
iiiuiKH 1111111111111K in tlic camp.
AuytlihiK and everythlnsr In the
stationery line at the HiikIc Hook
store. 1 door west of postolliee.
LOST A naif of until rim. Iilirh
brldxe spectacles, Uheral ivward will
be paid to the tinder. Iteturn to this
ICUKeuecltycojiuell has divided that
It U'olllil Iti. cImii In tvt' 11 4.' mill ti,v
for the uiaiiiteipiuce of the CarucKlc
nest uaiiluetto rhotos 51,'J.i per
110. tor a snort, time only at istiann
felt's Oallery opposite Masonic hall
Hilly HIkkIiih Is down from the
camp this week, he chiiio In.Suturiluy
aud sh.vh evcr.vlhhiK Is on the inovi'
In old llohemla.
Hats of thu latest pattern and ar
tistically trimmed at the Fashion
millinery st'oiv, Miss Mary llartels,
.1. T. DeSpalu and son left Sunday
for llolieiula where they ko to till a
contract with the Oregon Securities
Co. for Cti.tlim hoards.
Dr. I'iikc of Oakluuil. was called
Monday to the bedside of thu wife of
Mr. I.. Dlmmlek, who Is seriously III
with pneumonia fever.
Miss Dalsv Thouias returned home
Sunday night from Portland where
sho has spent the past few months
with relatives and friends.
Alee I.umlbere; and .luliu Mudipilst
left Wediiesday mornliii; for their
property In the district where they
will IickIu operations at once.
I 'red, thu little sou nf Ilev. l'ecM,
wus badly scalded on tlio faeu lust
Sundav. Ho Is netting alone; nicely
and will bo alrlKht In a fo days.
Henry Medley and Pearl Dennett
left Tuesduj- mornltiu; for tho Ware
house to work In thu laiw electric
powci'plnutthut IsbeliiKptit Inthere.
Mrs. Van Allison left .Sunday for
ludepundenco for a visit with her
sister and brother, .Mrs. Nettle Klrt
laud and llyron Atkins. Van, well
When von want a pleasant physio try
Cluunberlidn's Stonmch mid I.Ivor
Tablets. They 1110 eiwy to take mill
nluuniint tu t'tfect. For enlo by Uoubou
Those beautiful hats atthu Fashion
millinery store, aro itolnj; fast. You
should avail yourself of thu prlvlllgo
of hcoIiik them und mnkliiK your so
leetlon at onco.
(,'apt, lloswell, of lloswell Springs,
DoukIuh count)', was in CottiiRO
tlrovo Monday looking for lady
assistants tor his hotel at tho above
MpMilaincs 1 ah and Koch, ot l,o
nine, were In the eltv Mntiinl,. v
shopplnK. Mrs. l,eo reports tlm't
nicy Im ve on thc r rancti 27 heml of
first ehiHs milk cows which will help
to supply lllllk for tho new crenn.erv
tun wnsLnv succession.
H. II Brookes: Jr., city editor
of the Rosemire Plaindealer was in
the city Wednesday en route to Bo- laX-
The observance of the Four
teenth Anniversary of the Epworth
League will take place next Sunday
at the M. K. church. On account
of it being near the bicentuary of
Wesley's birth it is called Wesley
In view of this the pastor in
in but we shall be ready at the
earliest moment for a tour of the
district and once that is done, no
further delay or postponements will
be in order.
M, O. Warnuk, Eugene, Ore.
CARD OP THANKS.
We wish to express to Our many
kinds friends of Cottage drove and
vicinity onr true appreciation of
their kindness and their assistance
iltirlnn tiie recent Illness anil su Inc
ipient death of our wife and daughter.
esteclnlly would we thank Drs. Mou
rner nnd Anderson, for their services.
We enn not express In words our
feelings of gratitude to the people of
Cuttuge drove, but in duetts we will
ever try to repay ami will ever feel
.1. K. .Mi KimiKv.
Mils. J. W. do why.
Has tlic Freshest Line
of Groceries in Cottage drove. Not a catt nor
package of goods on the shelves but that is as fresh
as is obtainable on the market. Quality guaranteed
Ow Priees Are the hmi and Satisfaction Is Guaranteed i
i HAUEIS & WILLIAMS, Props.
i Pliotograph Gallery g
Fifteen years experience, eight ye.trs in Portland
Nothing but first-class work. All Work guar
anteed. Lowest prices. Call and examine work.
r: Opposite Masonic Hall. West Side, Cottage Grw.
The Cyclone ball tenm returned
from their Sunday trip to UoM?tuirg I
iieieiiten nut good natureit. They
say that It can't be done again and ,
on next Sunday those who witness i
the game to ! played here will wee
He reports Rosebu the ,noriuK will preacl ia diu j ? W Q CH TX SHian & Fl V RH 0S
on the "Innuence of esleyautsm wenkenct bv the ab-ence of catcher VV lOlHail V Lilj UClllS)
... . I uikiii me ivvrtiiKciiLHi aiiu. , .Mcr nrmim mm nuon niop 3Uhiuv
" . mil titt.1. (( KI1IU
IT.. at.-, T?... t: 1 ir1.1
I uimu tiic ivvniigciiwui )unu. ,
WI1H llflU'tl tit MM.- T? 1. T . tl
Ungene Saturday and Sun.lnv ..tl. ' UB "14"
HseatcherfortlieleHgueienm. TheniJ'01"')? P"I'"S movement in the
the question. If our players play In I church is but regarded as one of the
tongue teams ekcwheiv, whv Isn't
Cottage drove la the valley league?
Krnnk Whipple and P. V. Cooper,
of Illackbutte. were In the city .Sun
day. Prank has accepted n position
with the UhiekbntteOulcksllver. Min
ing Co. as assayer and draughtsman.
.Mr. ooiH'r Is bookkeeper for" the
Von use medicines, don't von?
results of the Wesley movements.
I he following program will be
rendered during the regular hour
of services at night:
Tiie Succession Stated, Rev. G.
H. Keese; Hymn, "Christ Whose
Glory Fills The Skies"; Wesley as
a Man of Prayer. Miss Lizzie
was 11 to u la favor of
-Mi KIIIHICN. AVIS N. Wife of .1. K.
.McKlbliea at her home In thiscltv
.Sunday, Mnv 10th, P.KKt. of apts'ii-dlcills.
.Mrs. McKlhlien was born In Lewis,
f l-oiiowaiaiuie couiiiy, lowa, in i,i.
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" J'""? '"I'tions iukmi. , i;fe- i eston Lewis: Wesley's use of, to Oreiriin In tvsr. She was married l
theliNu. ataihlriio: ' Ja
i 1. v f,V ,1" "mt k,"'1,,'.'i Hymn, "Come Holy Ghost"; John 1 little daughter, a mother, Mrs. . I. W
iioiiih.. ou trj It niid sec that s.'uresle...s preceut am Practice. W. ' dowdy, two sisters. Annie and Clara
I'he county court has donated $100
toward defraying the expensesof the
Lane county exhibit at the state fair
at Salem. The prUes offered for the
comity exhibit, this year aggivgate
$1:17.1, eight In number rirst. $;iiK);
second, S-'.Vl; third. iUO;fonrtli,SlWI:
fifth, sixth, M'vcntli and elgth, S100
Mr. Joseph I'oinlnville, of Stillwater,
Minn., niter having spent over fU.OOO
with tlio bot doctors fur staunch
trouble, without relief, was advised bv
liisdruiwUt. Mr. Alex Itichnril, to try ii
buttle of Chamberlain's Stomach ami
Liver Tablets lie did no. and is a well
man today. If tumbled with Indigestion,
bail taste in the mouth, lack of appetite
or constipation, give these Tablets u
trial, mid you nie certain to be nioro
than pleimeil with the result. Tor sale
at L'fi cents per box by Ileusun Drug Co.
A. Hogate; Stewardship and Kp
worthian Watch ward, RbesHrowu;
Wesley's World Wide Vision, Miss
lllnttch Johnson; Mission in the
Kpwotth League, Miss Lillian
Hart; Hymn, "See How Great A
I'lame Aspires"; Wesley as a Per
sonal Worker, Mrs. Woods; Indi
vidual Work in the League, Miss
Purvance; Hvmn, "The Gospel In
vitation"; Wesley's Kmphnsis on
Reading, J. I. Jones; Literature in
the League's Life. Miss Jessie
Herg; Hymn, "llreatlte On Me,
One Breath ol God": Dedicatory
Prayer; The Work Before Us, Miss
Gertrude Hurdick; Hymn, "All
Hail The Power of Jesus' Name:"
The League Benediction.
SKILLMAN & BENSON
Leading: Grocers of Cottage Grove.
Everything new, fresh and clean. Whew the majority trades,
evidently the lirlces nm rhrhl llli-., nu n tclnl ntul u-, slinll
G eudeavoV to please you. Produce a specialty. Phono -til.
Rcat Gstatc and Whics
Mining: Stock, Timber Claims, Assaying
Bargains in ranches and city property.
Mining property in Bohemia. Exchange
for all kinds of mining stock.
Call on us if looking for timber.
Bring Your Ore to Be Assayed
BERG & MEDLEY
Vanltlper and one brother, dny Van
Itiper. one half sister, ltertha, and a
half brother. Virgil dowdy, and a
kind and loving stepfather. I. W.
dowdy, all of this place.
Mrs. Mclvlbben was a consistent
Christian woman of admirable
character. Mie was a member of the
Cumlierlund Presbyterian church at
which place her funeral wnsproached
ttev. I toy lea otliclatlng. On account
of her wide acquaintance and her
klnil anil loving illsposltloueveryono
liked her, and the great crowd of
mourning friends which followed her
to the grave was one or the largest
ever seen here.
COOTKR, MRS. DENNIS In
this city May 13, '03, May Belle
Miller-Cooter, beloved wife of
May Belle Miller was born in
Boise City, Idaho, Dec. 23, 1864,
came to Oregon in 1867, was mar
ried to Dennis Cooter in Feb. 1900.
She professed religion and joined
the C. P. Church 18 months ago
and has lived a faithful and con
sistcnt Christian life. She leaves
an aged father and mother, one
brother, one sister, a daughter,
Miss Mnry Sprouse, two sons John
and Arthur Cooler, and a loving
husband, besides a host of friends
to mourn for her. The funeral was
held at the C. P. church Thursday
afternoon Rev. C. H. Wallace of
ficiating. ItlUDON. .MltS. Z'ULPHIA. KTN'A
At her homo at Pleasant Hill, this
county, at 7 o'clock p. in. .May 11.
Sirs, ltigdon was a daughter of
Klijah and Susan Ilristo w mid crossed
the plains with her parents In ISIS,
being 0110 of tlio oldest settlers, and
has resided near Pleasant Hill since
1850, tho year ot her mnrrlago to
Capt. Itlgdon. Sho was 0110 of the
best known and most highly re
spected citizens of central Oregon
and at the tltuo of her death was en
gaged In writing a book on the early
pioneering In Oregon, for tho Oa'gon
Historical Society, ami though not
com doted at her death, will be 0110
of tho most valued collections of tho
DIMMICK, MRS. L. S. In this
city May 14, 1903. Mrs. Dim
111 ick had resided here with her
husband some six months, but at
this writing little can be learned.
The remains were shipped to
Wilbur her former home, Thurs
Bohemia and Llack Butte Stages.
First Class Turnouts,. Double or- Single..
COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
CIIRISMAX & BANGS
KXOWLKS & GETTYS
...The Miners Supply House...
-ifcOur Motto: Good Goods for Low Prices.
General MerchuMise, Miners' Tools and Ammunition
I J. l Kay's Furniture Co. !
guarantees to save you money on everything to
furnish a home Including
Stoves, Raiifes, Carpets and Mattiois.
New Line of HI Paper
Big Clearance Sale now on for 30 days;
10 per Cent Discount on everything.
EUGENE - OREGON
TO ALL Tim LADIES.
Tho lean, tho fat
Tho stout, tho tall
Ood bless their souls
Wo lovo them.
And llko to soo thoin pleased as
they are sure to lie If they uso any of
tho toilet articles from tho Now Kru
Tho Xuggot takes this opportunity
to notify Its subscribers that here
after thoso who wish thoNuggot nnd
the Weekly Orogonlnii will bo ex
pected to pay $2.50 for tho two
pnpers. This rnlso Is mces&arv on
account of a rnlso on tho Oregonlnn
Three set doublo buggy harness or
will trndo for hay or grain.
Department of tho Interior,
United States Land Olllce,
Itoscburg, Ore., Apr., I'd, 1903,
Notice Is herobj- given that tho ap
proved plat of aiirvcr of
Township 2;t South, Itnugo 4 East.
Township 2:1 South, Itnngo 5 Kust.
Township 24 South, linage !t Knst.
Township 24, South, Itnugo 4 East,
havo been received from tho Surveyor
General for Oregon nnd 011
Thursday, May 28, 1903, at 0 o'clock
tho said plats will bo filed In this
olllce, nnd tlio land embraced there
in, Doing in tho tascado Forest tie
servo, will bo open to entry on and
ntter said dato, only to persons show
ing settlement thereon prior to
September 24th, 1SU3, tho date of tho
executive order sotting apart said
laud im n forest rescrvo.
J. T. II111110KH, Register.
I J. II. Booth, llecelver.