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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (May 29, 1903)
C J. Howard
Barton C Y. Drown
Entered at tho poitodlre at Cnttag drove,
Ortton aiBwond Clan mall matter.
Bobaerlpllon rlrt,I.ao, lit advance.
AdvartUIng IIMM mai1 known upon
THIS I'APKH li kept on file at K. (!. PraU'a
Admitting .Armor. M and 63 Merchante Ex
change, Han KraneWo. California, where con
trartt tor adrertitlng ran be mat tor II.
Friday, May 29 1903.
PROM A DEMOCRATIC PAI'ER.
The following taking from the
Lake County Herald, the official
democrntic paper of that comity,
will give the readers of the NuEjrct
some idea of the opinion entertained
by the democratic press, of Mr.
Rcamcs, who has set himself up as
contemporary of Mr. Hermann, and
who is now going over the district
"confidentially" asking the republi
cans to support him because he can
not possibly wield any influence that
would be detrimental to republican
legislation, and who at the next
turn in the road buttonholes the
democrats for their vote for the
honor of the thing, siniply because
On next Monday you go to the
polls to vote for congressman. This
question confronts you. Will you
sustain the present national admin
istration or will you not? If you
do you will be under obligations to
.vote for the republican candidate,
Mr. Hermann, ir you do not, you
will vote for Reames. You should
bear in mind, in reviewing the
situation for the .last time, that Mr,
Hermann is not only the choice of
the administration politically, but
personally, he being a pcrsonnl
friend of the president, mid that the
president tins pnblicK announced
that it would be gratifying to him
to see Mr. Hermann returned to
congress. We are nil acquainted
with Mr. Hermann's past record in
congress. Kven his adversaries do
not question his past services. Let
us not make a mistake next Mon
day. As of old, Mr. Hermann will
prove the right man in the tight
Hooker T. Washington was much
overcome when he heard of Carne
gie's gift of $ 600,000 to the Ttiskc
gee Institute. The millionaire's
letter requests that "the modern
emancipator" be relieved of further
pecuniary cares. It also declare
that Mr. Washington is a second
Moses, leading his people to a bet
ter condition. "Maybe," said the
mm for skiver
Surveyor C M. Collier Surveys the
City for Sewerage System, and will
Submit listlmntcs on the Cost.
MUCH INTEREST TAKEN.
For Hovvrnl week tlu cltlienw til
thin city have-taken considerable In
terest In tho matter of n Howernms
O'Hteiit for tlio city, mi much ho that
the council, which, It In u pleasure to
note. Is composed (if men who are' son ol your town.
SILK CREEK ITEMS.
Rev. llryan will deliver a Mis
slonitrv Sermon here on next Sun
day, May jt. Allcordia ly Invited
Rev. Wcslrupp is tuny uttci'ding
.Geo. Coiner returned from his trip
to Drain quite ill.
Mrs. V. li. Miller is the guest of
her (ImiBhter Mrs. Minnie Asliliy.
Ruby Ashby was quite ill Inst
week but at present writing is much
Titos. Richardson returned home
nftern week's stny with Or. Robin-
r .1.- 1 : ,l...
(Reames) is particularly mixious I rn 'difIer fnml ,.. predecessor i
this I'll not burden my people with
to be elected at this time. It is not
necessary for the Nugget to offer
any criticism. The Herald has
taken Mr. Reames by the lapel of
the coat and, regardless of the op
portunity (or electing a democrat,
shows Mr. Reames in his true light.
When you shall have read the fol
lowing draw your own conclusion:
"The Herald regrets very much
that n circular letter bearing the
signature of A. E. Reames is being
generally sent throughout this
country, informing the people that
parties claiming to be democrats,
and especially naming Dr. Daly,
were not supporting him for con
gress. What authority Mr. Reames
has for promulgating such a report
we do not know, or wha: influence
has been brought to bear to goad
him into making such an unwar
ranted statement at this time is be
yond our comprehension. So far
as we know Dr. Daly .and nil other
democrats of Lake coo nty have been
supporting Mr. Reames all through
the present campaign.
We feel that it is not only unjust,
but it is a positive Insult to the in
telligence and loyalty of the demo
crats of Lake count v."
It is gratifying to the friends of
the Grand Army of the Republic to
note that the local posts of this city
have agreed to consolidate and
henceforth do business under one
charter. lror some vears past it is
understood that some friction has
existed, which was the prime cause
for twb posts being chartered at this
place. While it must be admitted
that old soldiers have the same right
to differ in opinion as other people,
it must also be kept in mind that a
difference of opinion in any secret
organization of such magnitude as
to call for two charters in towns ol
this size, would lead to nothing but
disaster to the organization in quev
another set of commandments.
original ten will suffice."
The advertiser who studies and
understands his own nature is in a
fair way to comprehend human na
ture in general All of us arc streaked
through with the same sentiment.
What strikes on one will strike on
another. The successful advertiseris
always seeking to find the force that
will touch the right spot in the
The Wnvc bundle
brands of cigars.
JaniCB Heinemvny was In Portland
Walt Coclirnn wns In from the hills
Ren Lurch visited the metropolis
Cooling nnd refreshing: McClellen's
Ice cream soda.
Deputy Assessor Hunt went down
to Eugene Monday on business.
Ice cream niude from nurecrenm nt
Vldon's Chocolates are the bear, lor
sale nt McClellnn'u.
J. M. Sherwood Is now fully re
covered from his recent Illness.
A. II. Nichols Is homo from u short
business trip to Portland.
Best cigars on the market at the
Wave Ice Cream Parlors.
Don't forget the closing out sale at
Itankln's Music House, Kugenc.
Chns. F. Mitchell, mining promoter,
came up from Kugene Tuesday.
High grade chocolates and bou
bons at the Wave Ice Cream Parlors.
Rev. J. H. Sharp, of Latham, made
the Nugget ottlccn pleasant call last
Mrs. J. A. Bean returned to her
home In Eugene Saturday after u
short visit with friends.
.lfn.-.l.. r ..... -
tion. It is the secret pride and it Portland Friday nnd -n'turday on
is a noble and praiseworthy one. business.
too of every member of the Orand j Mrs. E. T. Anderson has nicely re
Army to have the Organization ex-1 covered from her recent Illness and
ist, at least, until the last soldier i ftme 10 ,w UP" t,le Mrt
stands alone, his challenge tin-1 Mr. and . Mrs. E. S. Lovelace' re
answered There is onlv one wav turned Tuesday from 11 week's visit
Dr. E. T. Anderson has Installed In
his olllce n (Jermnn mlcroscoie of
IJJOO mngnlfyldgj power.
J. O. Simmons, state deputy or
ganizer for the Modern Woodmen,
heartily in favor of 11 sewerage sys-.
tern Is'liig Installed as soon 11s prac
tical, called the assistance- of County
Surveyor Collier, and that gentle
man this week made surveys audas
soon as possible will submit com
plete estimates 011 the probable cost
of an ndetiuatc system.
According to Surveyor Collier the
practical location for the main for
East Cottage drove is on Fourth
street, and It linshccnsuggestcdthnt
the uialii should Ih laid from Bridge
street to the river Just lieluw the
Christian church. It Is proposed to
lay an eighteen Inch main. Tho ex
cavation will Ira an average ol 111
feet, giving the main a fall of U1J feet
from Bridge street to the river. The
cost of this sewer Is estimated at
about t00 complete. If this main
Is layetl. It will afford drainage for
the south and east part of town In
cluding .tones and Long and Bing
For West Cottage drove the most
practical route Is from Hip Will Ed
wards residence to the river some
aH) feet below thcCauiplicll residence,
establishing a fall of IT feet.
Another survey for a main was
made from the mill ditch to the river
a distance of 150 feet.
Careful ami conservative estimates
are going to be made by
so that the matter can lie put Imj
fore the ieop!e In the right light, ami
then when the projiorty owners shall
haveconsldered the matter, and had
time to determine whether It Is to
the interest of all concerned to do as
other enterprising cities do In the
sewerage matter, or swelter In the
sllnic and disease breeding accumula
tion for another year, the matter 2
will In brought up before the jveople I
for a vote. It will then rest with 1 a
the proiK-rt.v owners aim they will '
be responsible for the oulcmiip.
It Is generally thought that the'
property owners of this city urea
awake to the situation and that as 5
a rule the level headed and couserva-
tlve citizens will favor a start In the , m
sewerage matter. 1 J
As soon as Surveyor Collier Hliull!
submit his estimates the Nugget wm
take pleasure in making them public
that all may fully understand the
J. M. Comer and grnnddnu.litcr
! Intel went to Junction City yester
day to visit nwhilc with Mrs. Ken
lie Drake. Mr. Comer's daughter
Gertie Wheeler is quite ill nt her
grandma Comer's. Dr. Schleef wns
called to attend her, yestcrdny.
C. W. Caldwell boarded the 13.50
p. m. train yestcrdny for 1 iirncr Ore.
where he has a contrnct to ctcct n
fine bnrn for G. W. Young.
Wild strawberries ore now rendy
for the picking nnd so nrc the spring'
chickens. What a glorious combination.
11 Oil X.
HA It lUiT To MrT nmf Mrs. Win.
Harris. Jr., of lllackliutte, May II,
IKKt, a bouncing big boy.
HUNT At The Hermitage. Wild
wood, dre.. May SO, lixvi, to the
wjfe of T. M. Hunt, a six pound
VEATCIl, LAYFAYETTE At Ills
home In Oowdyvtlle. near town, nt
5 o'clock Thursday evening, May
Mr. Veatch was one of the oldest
t lie council ' citizens of this community and has
iiianv relatives ami a uost ui menus
I who extend their symuatliy to the
I family In this their hour of liercnve.
Grocery Store s
is tile place to
M. W. A. AT LORANE.
About 2S M xlern Woodmen In bug-1
giesnud stages left Cottage drove
Wednesilay afternoon for Lorauc
where they went to attend the meet
ing of the lodge nt the latter place.
Eight new candidates were lultated
and a general good time was had.
The boys report that Lorane gave
them a hearty welcome and showed
them a time long to Ihj rcmemlicred.
The.M. W. A. are doing some tall
hustling and as 11 result Is gaining1
many new iiiemlsTs hi this vicinity
J Everything is clean,
new, fresh and of first
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
that this may he accomplished.
"United we stand, divided we fall,"
must be remembered. It is the aim
of all secret organizations to keep
personal differences out of "lodge".
ine moment a ma:t steps into the was in cntrjuri? r.rnvn AW.inpa.inv
fMa,cb,r? s$cret,orde.r 1nd -. The many friends of E.J. McKlbben
fuses the hand of a brother by will regret to learn that he Is serl
reason of personal differences, that 1 ously III nt the home of J. W.dowdy.
moment does tha man become re-1 Mrs. Dora Fields visited her foi
sponsible for that secret order 1 mer home at Brownsville last Satur
trembling on the throne of fraternal day nnd Sunday, rc tuning Monday,
love. You may have your personal Mrs. J. B. Clement, of Oreiron citv.
differences, but if you love and ,l visiting her mother, Mrs. Cal
Land Office, Itoeeburg, Ore.,
May 19, 1003
Notice is lierehv E ven that tlm f.il
lowlnir-nanie.1 settler linn filed notice 01
nml organizing new camps through-1 intention to make tlnal proof in
out the county. 1 support of his claim, nml that aaid proof
win i maue ueioie j. J. Walton. U. S,
... 1 (,ommieioner m r.uueno, urctfon. on
1 wenty-one minerals are known I June 29, 1003, viz: Inane h. Broun mi
to contain zinc, out lew are com-1 Ms 11. K. No. 8902, or the NW '4' NEW
merciallv valuable, their order of X Sec20tj "OS u
H.uu.i.u,, w,K ,,,..a,cav. .miin-j nameg , foown(? witn,.,, to
M"1 ;" -""imiic iiij prove ms continuou residence upon
uiuic iiiitu ia iiuiicrui, contain tin mm cumvuuun ui siuu ianu, viz;
-ncirritR fluatin ftvirl. r,,rt,icl,. Joacnli Iandritli. Ilnrdv Crow. I.. M
ing all the metal produced.'-Pacific fe'""' W"""rn Crow' of l-ra,w-
Xliller- J.T. Bhidohs, Iteglsler.
would perpetuate the name of your
order, leave them home on lodge
night. The Nugget congratulate",
the members of the old Posts and
extends a happy greeting to the
C. B. Diitton. the assistant noHt-' b.'?
master, has recovered from lilHi-iH-Mnt V?;
Illness und is again at his post of
Steveiison of this city.
V.U. Itedmayne mid wife, of Salt
Lake City were registered at the
Hotel Sherwood this week.
Miss Nina Ostrmider spent Sunday
In this city visiting her parents,' .Mr.
and Mrs. James Ostrander.
Real Gstate and jWiiies
Mining Stock, Timber Claims, Assaying
The city council is taking active
steps to look into the sewerage
question. The step should be en
couraged by every property owner.
It will cost something to be Mire,
but we need it No town of the
size of Cottage Grove can afford to
be without n sewerage system. Un
der the present conditions if this
wss notthe healthiest spot unearth, ,aMt '''r,,,'iy
hall of the inhabitants would be The Borenlls of Aurora says the
down with fever. This is on un- ll0l' t'rol ' tlmt district will be
nlpnnni fift m .1,1. i , r,, niiich less this season than III any
J. O. Watts, the well known op
tit-Inn of Eugene, held ofllce at the
Hotel Sherwood Monday and Tues
day. I 'earl Benuet. who has been in the
employ of the O. Ac S. E. Co.. at the
big dam on Champion creek, came li
Btirgains in ranches and city
Mining property in Bohemia,
for all kinds of mining stock.
Call on us if looking for timber.
Bring Vour Ore to Be Assayed
mgfor the general iutererest of a
community to state the truth re
garding questions of such vital im
portance. It is the duty of the
citizens to study this question well,
and to aid in devising nays and
means whereby the city can be im
proved along this line. Let us re
member that we are working for
our common good, and that to ac
complish anything of public bene
' fit we must nt least be public
Ashland and Grants Pass are
just now indulging in a very homely
quarrel and fighting each others
interests with a vim that would
make either of thcih a city of ten
th lusand within five years if only
used in the light direction, but
then little children will quarrel
over their "play parties".
Win. Turk und family, of Mnrltou
county, Wis., arrived here last week.
Mr. Turk Is pleased with tho general
outlook of this section, andprohnhlt
Itev. deo. II. Feese, W. 15. Phillips
audJ.H. Benson are up 011 Mosly
Creek this week liuiitliigiiud flshlug
the farmers up there are guarding
their chicken roosts.
I). B. Chambui'leii, who left her.
last fall for California to work at the
carpenter trade returned homo tills
week wllh tho opinion that Oregon
Is good enough for him.
Although aiiiiouiuud that Itev
Geo. H. Fooi-o would bcaliM'iit next
Sunday, It has since transpired thai
ho will be in the city ami will occupt
his pulpit at ti.o M. E. church nex'l
Sunday morning ami evening.
Woare prohd of the line of pianos
wo hell. They are Chlckerlng, Klin
ball, Weber, Crown, Vose, Victor
and many others. Don't they look
good to you?
ltankln Music House, Kugene.
THE CUTTINd QUALITY
of any. tool Is always a dsslrablo
one, but of equal Importance Is the
power of retaining this quality so as
iiotjto require too frequent sharpen
ing. By making your purchases of
tho drillln & Veatch Co. you always
receive your money's worth In the
best quality of tools and cutlery of
properly tempered steel that Is sure
to hold an edge.
Have all seKsiins fur Iholrown, mid there Is iniiie
Mitlnfacllnii III iiwulliK II10111 thiin In any other Itrtn
III tlm list. Tlinne whn du not Jet ponsens such nil
iirtlehi iiihoI wait no longer. This stack Is sure to
contain son.et lilng tn suit everybody, mid' tlm prices
are njustcd tn suit nearly all parses at
Pacific Timber Co's Store
tinder Odd fellow's Unit, tJottage (liove, Ore.
The dny hits gone by when n ineiehiiiit can
iitnce out-of-date dress goods liefoie his ciiMoiiicih
ill Cottngc Orovc. The women of the present
keep well up on the styles nnd the trade demands
n better dnsx of goods thnii in olden limes.
Realizing these ftcts wc are now carrying n
Heavier Slock of Fabrics
than nt any other former season. It has become
the custom of lute yenrs for oiilsidc concerns to
secure your names and flood you with circulars
inipoiltiniiig you to buy or get their samples.
Now we nsk you to .secure their samples, bring
(hem in nnd ho convinced that it is to yyur
interest to buy at home
I Lurch's Store
WE WANT TO FIT YOU OUT IN CLOTHING
whether yon order a suit made or take one out of stock. We have
lid. V. Price, Chicago, 111., line of samples, which are in large
swatches and are much more satisfactory io choose from limn the
dinky little patches pasted in a hook.
ITS A PLEASURE TO SHOW GOODS
or samples, and if you will look to your own interests and come
to our store, we will convince you that this is the place to buy.
P. S.-IIavc just received a new lot of Cordurov pants which go at
$1.60 a Pair.
Gilbert & Qlelcb JVkrcbandise Co.
Sealeih is 11 very dark atccl
Kruy BtandH 10 hands hiiih l
5 year old, wcluhl 1600
Seii'ein wan slieil by Call'"
ornla Jiin, dam uiih Niiriuan.
California Jim iiHnlruil by 11
fnllJjliKMlcd Imported Kiik1IIi
8hlrc;dain wit 1 2 Shiie. 1-2
French Canadian, 'lenns: Sea
noil $5.00 payable nt ! "(
S04ioiii Inoiirance 0.00 pay
able, when mare In known lo ho
Marea tiold or Irailed arc
cDimldercd 111 foal. Caio taken
to prevent accident!, hut re
apoiielhlu for 110110 that may
occur. Will make tho eeimon
of 1003 as follows: Fridays ami
Saturday In (lottngo Orovo nt
Holt Caiey's harni Mondays
at Drain, Wednendnyi and
Thursdays nt J. M. .McDolo'n
farm four miles sontli of Cot
J. M. McDoi.k.
Inhabitants of New Mexico be
lieve in 11 future state.
r!n lS-HRS J'm Dl"jP scarcely slept I
B Al All nlhth'd ton about and
v'f' Ijs But that' all put-hi'll ne'er 1
(v V 5Ji&fc. Inaomnla. He'i found a cur I 9
VrJ TU 'JForeo." At night, when 1
yTrvT ' oothiith nerroe of "Sunny B
mnlfes one chummy fHi irTTn
with fjood sleop. JWrM
Wouldn't IlatUv at Flrl. CPX7VB
"IwoulJn'tbolleTollUllI trlol It, bit 3 J&XZ J ItST 9
ForwMi a ourt for loiomnU. 1 nud to ? V r- V
Ujririli nlibtifw nljhl. Now I Mt Xm JL J VvM
bltf bowlful of Korco 1ml before going to J?' ZPU X H
bw, ftod ileep tad 1 hv bocnino rood V r'V I B
frUiidi tgiln, "L. h. Urmi." JrV. A 1
ffliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 11 in m rr v w
Dr. lei(iin, I'iiiii, HIh., hiiIih: "1
have n-i'il I t.i 1 1 it t I m Sunn l.luimenli al
ay uei 111 111 on I it lo inv (ricnilH, iih I
am conllMeiil Iheie Ih no liet'nr 111111I0,
It in a il. inily fur Imiiiih." Thoso who
live on lailiiH ill c enlieeiall liahlii lo
ipany iii'i'lili ntal eut, ImriiHiiiul lirulnu,
which heal lapldlv when llalhird'H
Snow l.liiiuieiit lc niinlleil. It should
iiIvmivi tit kf 'l In I lie hniie fur ciiBea of
eineiueiu'v . 2iV, Mle and tl.OOat New
Krn Dint; Moic.
Mr. Jimeph I'ninlnville, of Kt ill vvittt.
Minn,, allei IiiivIiik Hpeni over M.OOO
Willi tlio hit doetoiH for Kionuch
trijilhle, ulllmiil relief, uiih mlilH'd by
liHi riib'L'ict, Mr. Alex lllehiuil, In try a
",'tlU',."' t'luufllK'rliilii'j. Stninieh and
l.lver I ul.lctM He did hi. and In a well
iuiiiilu.luy. li in nhled with Indigestion,
had taxle in IK. ,, lin k ol npputlto
or eoimtipiiildn n'vu iliee TnhlotH a
trial, nml yon me certHln tn lie imiro
thiili iileiiftd wllh Ihe lemll. I'm . ,1,.
.at 2fi cenlM per hex liy Henroii II1111; Co,