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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1903)
iIiiuat 'I'n 10 Ni;,iii.v Hiivi:iii:n.
'I'liu business iiiumiuul'. Air. It. C
V. Drown, if IIiIh paper, mot Willi
mi accident on Hiiinliiy IiihI (lull will
fiitino lilin (o lecp rniupiiiiy with u
pair of crutches itnil a uniiil mIuiiI
tune for some lime. While NiillliliiK
H011IO HIIIVI 1VOOII, 1(1 KM! I llll' III)
ini'Htlii not lidlllnir ill IiIh muilcnl
liniueln Hid suburbs nf this kiowIiw
(tlty, tlio iix kIiiiicciI anil collided
with hi rluht font, nearly Hiivcrlhir
lllll UIVHl l(IC. NOW UllH IKTlllCIII
inlnlii, not have happened If Drown
liiul been iimIiih IiIh own fix. lull tin'
lHJKliy llllllir lie lllll IIhc WIIH 1)01
rowed fro in mi uccoiiiiiioilatlnir
nomiiiiiir who li ii I n mint (il keel
Injr his tools In ciitlliur trim, while
Drown m iix liiul iliiiin duly im it
Krillihlnir lino mill took ti few liiniH
at cllnplnir nit llin rouuli eilues of
Hlllllll llOlllllCI'S fill' flllllllllltloll NtOIU'N
llllilcr IiIh iiiuiihIiiii, lirfotii tho liunille
Kiive way. lli'HlilrH. Drown wiim
UHiirpluir the ircrnriitlvi of Ills bet
ter nun, IIH II IH II 11X011 CIISIOIII
luiiuiiir llio iintlvi'H of IIiIh section
tliut Ilic wives split the liiul for lininc
coiiHiiiiin im. Ami niralii. it nun
pencil on Hiiiiiluy. .IiihI tlilnl. nl II,
u nowsnniicr mini chnpplnir stove
wood on Hiimliiy. Nninll wonder
tliut Im irut IiiiiIIv cill. mill When our
(.'InlMilmi renders peruse IIiIh lli'iii no
iliiuiii ninny omicin wiiihii.v "served
lilin rliihl". lull It In now understood
tlmt iiiiinv cxlciitintlni; i'Iiciiiii-
Hlinii'i'H li'il iiii In Hut act. Ilrown
will Imvo several weeks to iiii'illtnli'
on tlic error of IiIh ways, ami lie Iiiih
already decided for nil filluie time
toclvetlie woiiililln a wlile lierlli.
lie Iiiih tlie sympathy of IiIh iiiiuii
frlemlH In tlic iioiir of IiIh wrhius
troulile, lint one anil nil comlriiin IiIh
Kikicni'.'h Muiidht Folk.
Strnnuit tliliiKH liuiieu In num.!
Circles liiil nut often In the hocIiiI
whirl. A yoiiUK l mvii who formerly
ivhIiIi'iI hen' anil waft well ami fit
vombly known, IiiiIIh itowonuof the
modest elllieiiH of the county neat
town, I'ltimi hereon Hiiuilny Inst lo
view the sights, note thu ever lin
provlnu; couilltloiiH anil wiuuler lu
the Hylvini nliinle nlouit the lmnliH.nl
the ili'turuHiiiu 1'oast Fork river
whlvii ttowH tlnoiiL'h thin Krnwlujr
mill prosperous yoiini; city. When
Ntucy Itiisscll tlwvll hero he wiim In
theHwIin with IheyouiiK eoile anil
they iiiohI naturally iiHHiuneil to
have Hiime claim to ittrtli'liiitlon In
IiIh Jdvh, liul hu illil it turn hint Sun
day that Iiiih lirniiKlit ilmvii nllHiirtH
of illHileiiHiire upon hluiclf. He
landed lien- with two of Ihmclic's
fairest iiiiiIiIh, anil the trio wiim
decked out spick ami span. They
wiimlen'd. 'I'hey ineiiiidereil hither
mid yon, but studiously kept ubiuf I
ami MWny from IiIh old boon cum
pnnliiiiH. Few not near cnuuuli for
li'i'iinll Inn and none col an Intm
llUi'tloll to tlni-e I'lllirllllllK .roii:iK
ladles v Iiiih.' eucorl he for the lime
Iii'Iiik wiim, ami iiotv that yoiini;
iiiati Id lion is-rsium Krnln In I IiIh
town, lib, Stacy, how j'oiild yon ,
treat the ImyH ho'.' They hate ol
It In for you ami are now prcpurliiK
tt Htuffed club for your U'lic lit.
I.OIMNi: ('ItllAMIUtV lll'TTWI.
'I'll Ih week a Koodly portion of the
product of the creamery recently
established nt l.oraiif wiih placed
upon the market In thin city mid
wiih licinulit up by the housewives In
itlli'k order. To iikc an old plunse
It went off like "hot rnkin. All
Hint linve iiHed the butter hii far
proaolinre It dellclollH. The ready
Hale and the Kplenilld arlli'li' put
upon the market urines well for I In
future of the now rrcninery. In the
pant kiiihI butter wiih mi iirllele not
nlwayn to Ihj hail, even when the
town wiih hiiiiiII. mid now Unit the
population Ih overv day lurreiiMliu
aiiil humlreilH of men are ciuph. ed
In the HiirrouiiilliiK mlni'H mid lo
King camps. kooiI butter ami law
iiiautltleH of It Ih eimerly moiikIiI
after mid eouimitmlH ready Hide at
tup notch prlccH. The l.orunc creuiii
ery will Imleeil llll n lonir felt want
III IIiIh i iiiuulty. and while IIiIh
Htilple article U an good "H any
lirnilKlit from the oiitHhle ami far
hiiperlor Ui lunch that comes to thH
luurket, our ellUeiiH hIioiiIiI take a
prule In llberully putroiiltliiK the
iMl'iuiTANT III hi.m:hm Ciiamii:.
LiiHt TueHilny the IIoiihoii DruwCo
chauKed hanilH, ami the new pro-,
pilot or, Havhl (lrlKi;H, Ih now In pot-,
HeHHIOII. Air. 11111 H liwiliu in ill
ConiHtock, lull fur the piiHl thrett
yenrn he Iiiih Ihvii In lliiffalo, N, V.,
whero he Krailua ted from the phar
macy department of the llullalo
I'lllvernlty, beluit preHlilenl of tint
chiHHof I in:!, which In complimentary
to ()reon an well an Mr. (Irltfi-H. Ho
mIho took a Hpivlal courxe In vhelii
Intry ut the iiiilverHlty, and coiiich
back to IiIh native Htiilo eoiupetunt
lu every n-npect to take cliiil'Keof tho
Hplemlld IiiihIiii'hh now IiIh. Mr.
(IrlKKH Iiiih not yet dellnltely deter
lillueil upon a naiiie for IiIh IiiimIiichh,
but iih Noon iih hu Iiiih ihvhled It will
be announced through t bene coIiiiiiiih.
Hoe C. Catrei-Hon, who haw no lom;
and faithfully mumiKcil the IiiihIiiohm
for Mi-h. Ilehne, the retlrliiK pro
prletreHH, will remain with Mr.
tlrlKKH, anil the niuno caivful treat
ment of pn'Hcrlptloim will be the or
der ol the dny. A cordial Invitation
h extended to the public to cull.
HuTtiiiNi-.n To CoTTAdi: (liiovi:.
After a number of yearn rcHldoueo
lu .lunctlon City, Dr. ()li'Hby re
turned tn -1 IiIh city hint Friday, lie
eomiiauleil by IiIh wife mill dauiihter.
.MIhh Anna OKlenby, ami Iiiih decided
to Hot t lo here mid niiiku thin their
future hoinu, Or. OkIchIiv lived hero
lor u number of yearn, ilurliiK which
time ho enjoyed a Hplemlld practice.
In returiilut" here It Ih Hoinewhat like
a homo coming to the buy, mid ho
far the doctor Iiiih been kept buny
Hliiiklntr hanilH with old frlomlH, Tho
doctor Iiiih I seated IiIh olllce rooiim
In t,ho l''l,lu I'loc occuiiyliiK the
roouiHjiiHt vacated by tlio .IiiiIhoii
Hock Minim: ('o., whero he will bo
plcnHod to niiH't IiIh (rlendH,
LiVHt WedncHiluy inornliiK (leo.
Coiner, who wiih elected alternate
Htuto delepite to the National Camp
of Modern Woodmen, which conveucH
Juno 111 ut ludlmiapollH, bundled out
of thlHclty lu renpoiiHo to a telejirani
that ho Khouhl reurcHent Oregon at
the National Canip, (ho other dele
uutH being too III to go. It wiih a
Hhort notice to (leoruo but ho wiih
eiiual to the tank, and kooh eimt one
train behind that hiiiilliig tho dele
Tho houg& Hliighntii liiunliBrCi). ,
of thin city Ih eHtabllHliliig Hoveral
branch yurilH up and down the H. C.
lliui. Already a branch yard Ih
placed at Ftigeno, Oakland and AhIi
laud.aud the coiniany In arraimlng
to' open ono ut HrautH Ciihh, TIiIh
company, lllio niany othem, Hiiffem
to Homo extent, owing to tho
Hcarcltv of carH. mid therefore It haw
bocoinn neceHHiiry to enlarge the
immtierotpliitfuriuHat tho mill, which
Ih being (lone tliln week.
M ,1i.jJ1 i J(. jii ii At M"
w ynno i-iai'dware uo. w
Carry a complete line of
ItaiweH, Farm liupleiueiitu Mini Milling HutipllcH, liivluil
liitf (limit Powder Co.'h I'owdcr, (.'aim ami Film.,
Call nnil hu the now "llKKI" lllcycle.
"Tlie Churtcr Oak Hurdware Store."
Wynno llnrilwaro Co., Proprietor.
Ih II lint enoiiKli for you'.'
Hood urowliiK weather IIiIh,
Hr. I,i i we oeulo-optlclmi Kiiuene
I. A. Hi lllln wiih a Haitian w caller
Al tnrne.v .1. I',. Yoiiinr vUlled I'.u-
Ki'iiu I'lHt Matiinlay.
(J. It. Wheeler wiih In Hie cll.v hint
Wall linker wiih down from IiIh
.MohIi.v creek ranch IiihI Hatiirdny.
TIiiih. (lanliier. of l.omloii. wiih In
I he city IiihI I'rhlii. v mid Halnrday.
Ice creaui and HiiflilrlnkH n hih-cI
ally nt the Wave Ice Cream Curium
levl (lii'r and .lolni Hiillnirlanil. of
l.iiinliili. vIhIIciI I 'or I In II i 1 IIiIh week.
ola left a furl in f f IDU.ihhi. uiiiile
up entirely from I he prolllH of IiIh no
We make our own Ice creaui anil
caiidlcH at the Wuve leeCream I'ar-
Von jjet your uione.v'H worth If
lull t'tilli Itillllit.ti' nf Mf M !
Moloi omnlliiiH forvlccH are
pOHi'd for elKht Iowiih In New
Hoe Hume liaU at the FiihIiIoii mil
lluery Htore, MIhh Mary HarlelH, pro-
For uiOHt lirautlfiil llowem. chiffon
mid HcarfH at lowent prlcen. Mm. N.
I 'Illy mlliloii iralluiiH of petroleum
were nrodiiceil lu Durum mid Ahhiiiii
The noinilutlou of Lane county Ih
mi li 1 to have IncrcaHcil '.'.'.IM lu the
WANTIID A lrooil Ki'iitle liorne one
mil afraid of the train Impilro at
lllln olllce. .'Itp
Hheltauil'H HhorlcHl nlclit Ih live
hoiim, but her loiiKCHt Ih over dull
I Icon hiium.
Hut olie-llftb the population and
"lie eleventh of the area of Turkey Ih
HniikH, iiihkiii'.Iiich, iiovcIh.uII klmlH
at ICitnle Hook Sioit, I door went of
.1. W. linker, Hlale giiuie warden
elect, vlnlieil AhIiIuiiiI the latter part
of IiimI week.
I'ncle Sain eiuployn nearly 7,.Vh) wo
men la the vnrloiiH dcpartmciitx al
In Iterlln, s:fl public ImlldiiiKH arc
iwueil by the Slnle mid III" by the
,nk for Hpeelal price per toll IoihIh
i Hour or feed) at the CotlllKi' drove
tin ler .MIIIm.
lu Norway the averiiKe length of
life Ih Kivnior than In any otliercouu
Ir.v im IheKlobe.
Si-cuie one of thiiMO uraiid liarKaliiH
al ItaiiMii'H Htore, ICiiKene, iH'fon'
they are all cone.
Tho hiivIiiuh bunk ilcpoHltH of the
railed StatcH eiiial theuutlotialilebt
miilllplli'il by thi-ee.
livery article under the huh tiHiially
carried In driiK HtoreH can be had at
tho HciiMiin llriiK Co.
Some .lapaneeHe young Kill", when
they denlre to look extremely captl
valine. Kile their llpn.
Cteven per cent of the InninnruntH
in the I 'illicit Staten In the lant four
yearn Iiiivh been .li'WH.
AnarchlHtH are reHpoiiHlble for the
Htrlke whlcli ha pnraly.ed all IiiihI
iichh In HiieuoH Ayren.
One poutiil of wiiHlied wool produ
ci'h, on an uvernge, u yard of cloth
tlilrty-nlx luclieH wide.
FIooi-h of rubber, claimed to be iih
durable mh iiHphalt ami cheaHr, are
lielm; tried lu (ierinatiy
III Hawaii thei-e are more CIiIiicho
than natlvcH, and JapaueHe outuuiil
her the tiattveH two to one.
Ahh rule gray horHeHiittaluugreat
er age than Oioho of any other color,
but when old they are white.
Kuglmul iIooh $1,U7,U77,(MH) worth
Of llllHltU'HH Willi ItH OOlollll'H, wllll'll
cunt about U,.ou(i,(Khl a year.
A new Stmlebaker wngou for wale
at. I. M. Comer'H pluce, tluw iiiIIoh
went of town. Price ?-U ami a
Hplemlld bargain. Call and nee it.
New meiiHiTreiiieutMcoiiflini the re
port that .Moiiiit.McKluley, In Alanka
Ih the highest peak In North America. I very delicate health, but IiIh frlomlH
The average life of $1 and ' bllln ! t "ml the el.auBV will lie bene
from iHHiie to ivdeinptlon iih miitllu- 111 ""
led currency Ih little mure than two Immense bargalim at Hmiklu'H Mit
yearn. jHlcStore, Kugviie.
Itent Cablnetto Photos ?l.aj per, -rucle .toe" nmroiitte and W T
I"'!; "bort thiio only at Shaiia-1 KnyH,.r mmlo (l .,,, thin "vei'k to
felt's ( allery opposite AIiihoiiIc hall ,,Ver about lllkheiid In theShoeliiK
weHlHldo. .country. They toiiml everything
Civhh Ih the ipilckeHt growing of
plantH. t'lider perfect condition It
will llowermulHi'ed wlthliielghtdiiyH
Btreiigth and vigor come of good
food, (lul.v dlgeHled. "I'orco
ivady-to-Horvo wheat mid barley
food, adds 110 burden, but hiihIuIiih,
When you want 11 ileus.uit iihynl
nail . Liver
Ttihli'li!. Tluiv nm eniiv to tuku nnd
iiieiimuit in elfcct, Kur no by lleimon
Those beautiful hatH at the FiihIiIoii
millinery Htmv, are going fiint. You
hUouIiI avail youmelf of the prlvlllgo
of Hoeing them ami making your i-e-lcctlou
Don't delay the Haiiklu cloHlng
out Hale of liniHle goods ut Kugeue
will Hoon be over mid you will bo
kicking yourHolt for not Hocurlng ono
of the big bnrgaluH offered.
Many people are taking advantage
of the opportunity uiiduroHpciidlng
thoHO hot Sundays either at .Mineral
Spi'lugH or In some Hccludcil nook on
the baiikH of How river or MohIi.v
A. 1.. Woodard InforuiH theNiigget
(hat he Iiiih '.'(UIO acrcH of timber land
located mostly lu twpn 21 and 22,
range three west, which will erulHO
011 the average of 20.000 feet to the
acre besides piling, which ho will sell
In a body for $12 per acre. Ho also
Iiiih other timber lands located In
DoughiH and 1,11110 counties for sale
cheap. Partli'H interested call at
Nugget olllce, 4ti
ti Ji' Pi Ai jivji. U- ill
Hardware, Tinware, .Sloven,
W. A. Heuieuwiiy ilrovn to ICuitciie
ThecltvlH putting: In Hi-veral new
croHHwalKH t IiIh week.
Fred IIohh, of FiiKi'iie, wiih a
lor In tit. ( I rove hiHt Sunday.
Hob I tli tit returned Sunday
a ween h vihii id roriiaiiu.
lieu Hall, a rancher of Itow river,
wiih a caller In town .Monday.
II. I.iiitIi and V.. W. Hi-lmrd drove
out to I'Iiow'h Hawmlll .Sunday.
MIhh Ora Heed returned tn her
homo ut I'lcuMiint Hill on Monday'H
llev. .1 nil n DaWHou
made IiIh regular I l ip
to the drove
Frank-A. Huuklu, of Kiiueue, Iiiih
been uppoliiled one of tho dlreclom
of the Soul hem Ori'Kou Fair Ahho
elatlon. MIhh Kate WIImoii, one of Fugelie h
IiIIi mcIiooI teilcherH, vIhIIoiI t IiIh
week with her uncle, W. S. Dennett
Mm. Mabh) Merrliiiau and little
daughter, of Spokmie, WiimIi., ar
rived here Saturday uiornlni on n
vlnlt with her mother, Mm. Wynne,
and HlMlcm, MeHilameH J. S. Hciimoii
anil HerlH-rt Fnklu.
Don't full to ii 1 1 cml the entertain
ment at Martin'H Hall .In no 111th,
xlveu under the aunplceH of the
LadlcH Aid Society of the I'hrlHtlau
Church. Watch for the program
which will a p H'a r latter.
II Iiiih Ihi-ii decided by the fulled
HtatcH Hiipreme court that no
iM'ddlciH or iiKent Iiiih to pay u
llceiiHe In any town or coiiutv lu the
.Inne the ai, .'in mid to noon of the
next dny Dr. Lowe, the optician,
will be lu CottiiKO drove. Hotter
make a note of It.
J tint received the ilnoHt Hue of
IH'iicll tabletH that ever came to the
town. See them at J. C. CiiitIii'm.
A inarii me licence wiih ImhuoiI to
Alliiou lleiiieiiwny and .MIhh. Ora
Heed, hint TueMilay.
New Hue of Huiiner (iihIiIoii iiIiiIch
mid patteniH lunt opeliuJ tin at
MIhh Mnry Ciirrln, who Iiiih been the local lumber yard, and the com
J" 'l "'!l"lil,ll, U'lHl'" n'missary. one of the best appointed
Tlie Wave IiuiiiIIch only Htmidiird 1
brnuilHof clgnm. '
lack U'wIh' Kiulllnir countenance
Ih to be neeii beliluil tlie couutem lu
the M'wIm - Vealch Htore thin week.
Ice cream nmdc from imix'eivam at
MIkh I'miule DeWahl, who ban
Ihs'U holditii; down a Hlluutloii lu
the Yoraii Job printing olllce, at
ICiWiie, ivturiied boine WedneHilay.
Cooling and ivfreHhliiK; McClelleu'H
Ice cream hoJu.
MIhh Mattle Dowiih left Wcdnes
ilay iiiornlUK for Medford lu ri'HioiiHe
to a tclcKrani that her mother wan
Are you looking for toilet articles?
Drop Into HeiiHiiu Drug Co'h Htore.
Cluirlle U'wIh. of SprlliKllehl, wiih
lu town Saturday.
Mm. WcIkIi, of l.eona. was In town
Wheat and oat chopn Jl.Xi at Cot
tflKe drove Holler MHIh.
.Ilia AmbroMMiuil CIiiih. Summem,
of Yoncalla vlnlted relatlven herelitHt
Your pn'HcrlptloiiH lllleiHll'ICK, nt
lleiiHon linn: (ii'n Htore.
Mm. Darker and MIhh. Mamie Y!hu
of Drain were In the city thin week
.MIhh. IHhel Cottle vlnlted the Oa
gon Mineral Sprlnun on last Sunday.
Hrand pr. KM); $1.00 at Cottaire
drove Holler MIHh.
.1. I.. Wooilley of 1'. of O. wiih vIh
Hint; lu Cottage drove and Hebron
the II ml of the week. .
Try Homo of thone choice pcrfumon
at HeiiHou Drug Co.
ClicleSmi) daroiilte, who Iiiih been
111 ut IiIh liome In this city for Heveral
weekH, left hint WedneHilay for
Crocket, California, where he will
vlnlt IiIh Hons. Mr. dnroutte Ih lu
llourlHiiing In that nectlon. "Uncle
'("," hii.vh the vlnlt to IiIh old home,
Kteail made him feel young again,
but the. tramp ho took over the
H ackhutte 1 ill Im 1111 Inuf lr,,.,l,. i
.the boiling huh gave him 11 vivid
glimpse of linden.
. . i1,1 ' M V. 1,, ,:;o n ('ottage Urovo
ShortH pr. loo; $1.20 at Cottage
drove Holler Mills.
. M,p- MrH- vv" button, of
Siiilnglleld, Ore., came lu .Mondnv to
visit with Mr. mid .Mrs. W. H. Mn.
coin. Mm. Sutton Ih a dmigliter of
Mr. ami Mm. Lincoln ami with her
hUHbanil Ih engaged In the public
schoolH at Siirlngileld, Mr. Sutton
holding ( the jiohUIou of principal.
I hey left edneNilay for tho home
of Dennis Single on MohIiv ereok,
where they will visit for a few.days
and from there will go to Douglas
county to visit with Mr. Sutton's
-Leading: Grocers of
Uver.vthhlg new. fresh mid clean.
evidently the prices are right. OIvouh a trial, and wo shall
endeavor to please you. Produce-11 specialty. Phono 4a.
Onoof the l.nricest Allllluz Oincerniilii
Western OreKon The Hub of Five
j We Corporation!! Innuendo llunl-
Till CIUNO INDUS I KV.
Tlie I'nclfic Timljcr Co.. ol tills
city, which is the outfjrowtli of tlie
efforts of two prominent men in
Western Oregon, Messrs. Alex
ander & Campbell, is one of tlie
most important milling industries
in this section of tlic slate.
The Pacific Timber Co. is tlie
hub of five other companies, as fol
lows: Tlic Coast Fork Lumber
Drain Lumber Co , Rosebtirg
Lumber Co., Cottage Grove Iitigi
nccriiig Co., and the Pacific Cedar
and Shingle Co , all of which are
doing n gigantic business in this
section of Oregon, employing in
tlie aggregate souc 600 hands.
Hardly a freight train passes up
andooA'ii the Southern Pacific Line
that does not haul from one to
half a dozen cars loaded with the
product of these companies.
One ol the main features of Pa
cific Timber Co. is the gating out
of large quantities of piling, and
every day immense sticks are
hauled through tin's city and placed
on board the cars.
Prom January t to June i, 12,3571
sticks, aggregating 741,406 feet
have been shipped, the major part
of which went to Ogden, Utah.
These sticks run from 40 to 100
feet in length.
At present the company lias some
28,000 feet of piling in Mosby
creek, and a right pretty sight it is
to view the long, slender product
of Lane county's fir forests floating
in the stream.
Besides tlie piling trains loads of
lumber finds its way to foreign
markets, from the saws of the sev
eral mills ol these companies.
Cottage Grove has the honor of
being the principal place of busi
ness of these enterprises, the com
pany's place of business being lo
cated on River street, where is to
be found the .veil enuipped offices.
stores tn this city.
A gambling cane was 011 eHterday
afternoon In . I udgu Vtiughn'H court.
It hoc ins that r. II- Marlon, of Drain,
wiih In the city and In the course of
theevenl ig be dropiwd Into the Cen
tral Hiiloon, where be engaged In a
game of stud poker with Harry
Sanders mid lieu. Motley. At this
netting Mr. Marlon lost considerable
money, something Hke$i'i0 according
to his calculations, lie wiih equipped
with n check book and when his
cash lu liuiiil gave out he drew hoiiiu
checkH. He continued to drop his
motley over the green cloth mid be
coming HUHplclotiH picked up the deck
of cards nun left the table. The next
morning he caused a warrant to lie
iHHiied for Messrs. Sunders and Mot
ley, and Constable 11. K. Lawnon
apprehended the knlghtsof thepaste
liuanl at Creswell mid plncod them
under arrest. They gave ball, and
Thursday afternoon Deputy Prose
cuting Attorney Harris came up and
took the ease up at :i::W, but post
poned It until 7:.'!H o'clock Thursday
evening. The (turtles will probably
Ihi bound over to await tiieactiou 01
the circuit court.
Tun Fl.oWKlt Mission.
The Nugget 1111111 found 11 beautiful
lioqiiet 011 bis table Thursday 110011
with these words written on a slip
of p.iper In the midst of "bud and
bioom". 'Host wishes o; the local
Mower Mission Dept." Next to a
kind word, llowem will do more to
soften the heart, turn away anger,
and bring hiiiIIch to a clouded face,
than anything on earth. The Nug
get utulemtanilH that ono of the
features of the mission is to visit
the sick and tender Its sympa
thies through the medium of such
llowem as It may have at hand. It
Is' 11 noble anil everlasting practice
and one that should lie encouraged.
Iloweasv It Is to touch the heart
with a flower. When you find a
bov or girl continually greeting the
sick and mulcted with bonnets of
flowers, you can rest assured that
that boy, or that girl won't go very
far astray. Hoys and glrln get Into
tho flower mission, and let nature
touch your heart strings
The big four-show Carnival which
appears lu this city .lime 24underthe
auspices of tho C. M. A. Hand Is mild
to bo one of the most Complete 01
gmtlzntloiiH now traveling.
.lesne drilllu Is home from Salem
where be lias bit'iiatteiiillngblislnesH
Try one of those delightful face
massages. IteiaovoH black heads,
tan and brings color to the cheek at
Allison itHitstliig'stoiiHiuinl parlors
WANT1.D H00111 and board lu a
private family, by young lady. In
quire at Nugget olllce. tt id.
Wall paper to suit everybody at
(trices all can reach. 4w-lfl.
Aldon's Chocolates are the nest tor
sale at McClellnn's.
Mldllngs pr. 10U: $1.40 at lottage
drove Holler Mills.
Host clgnrs 011 tlie market at the
Wave Ice Cream Parlors.
Don't forget the closing out sale at
Hauktn's MusIcJIouse, Eugene,
High grade chocolates mid boa
Iioiih at the Wave Ice Civaiii Parlors.
Whore tho inalorlt.V trades.
KIi'G IS SLAB.
King Alexander and Queen Drag of
Servla Killed nnd Government
A howling mob led by the Nat
ional army entered the royal palace
ofServij, at Belgrade, yesterday
morning between the hours of
twelve and one o'clock and assassi
nated the King and Queen and the
majority of the court officers. The
entile dynast) was overthrown and
Peler Kirageorgevich proclaimed
'The Conner watrou. manufactured
at Diihuiiie, Iowa, Ih now on Hale lu
iiiih city, riiiiuii iiniii liavinir iM-cnme
iigelit for the mime. The Cooht Iiiih
the reputation of lielnj: one of the
IM-Ht wairoiiH on the market. Those
('oiilemplatliii; the purchaw of a
wuirou Hlioulil call mid liMtiect the
Nkw Haw Mii.i..
Phil Hold and 0. C. Chapman &
Son, the proprietors of the Hold,
Chapman it Hon sawmill, now near
lug completion, three miles south
and one mile west of this city. In
formed a reporter Thursday that
the machinery will arrive lathis city
from Portland tho last of the week.
The boiler Ih WMiome (lower and the
engine Ih l.Vborse power. Tho mill
will have a dally capacity of lS.OUO
mid the company now Iiiih tlmlor
for it four year's run. Tlie mill will
Ik; In active oiH-ratlon by the middle
The Cottage drove Lumber Com
pany Ih this week com detlng Its
contract for !i,000 ties. The product
Ih now at the bridge 011 the O. Ac. S.
H. awaiting cam. It will require ten
cam to haul them mid when loaded
they will Ht'irt on their Ioiik Journey
to Mexico where they will lie used In
Pine line of clocks nt il. C. Mail
son's. Hardy Crow, of Limine, was'a
caller at the Nugget olllce Thursday.
J. L. lA'Hoy, president of the m
Hoy Mining Co., Ih In the city.
I'lncHt line of silverware at H. C.
A. 1). l-eltoy left Tiiesony on a
business trip to Ashland.
Fred Arnold came In trom Holiemla
Call at II. C MiuIscu'h for wedding
.Mm. John Culp, poHtinlstreHH at
Wild wood, Ih visiting lu the city.
drover Puervatice IhiiowIii the ein
plov of the Pacific TlinberCo ns clerk
III the Htore.
Marvelous tents in mid air, wonder
ful leaps, dives, double and twisting
somersaults, performed with the ut
most grace mid skill, at the great 4
rlai. Carnival, .lane 24.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. II. Davidson are
visiting on tlie McKIuzie river. Dur
ing Mr. Davidson's absence Mr. John
Cumin will conduct the repair shop
In the o(H-ra house building.
An American Iiiih lutn klilnnpicd
by Chinese pirates and I'Jium ransom
The newspiiisim of Hoiimuulii art
urging itouimiiiiau Christians to ex
terminate the .lews.
dardner Tlios. Parker, postmaster
of Pownal. Vermont, visited this city
this week. The Nugget acknowl
a pleasant e ,11.
Miss Hut Ii Haniia. daughter of the
senator and .1. M. McCoriaick, sen of
the anibassador to Hussla, were
It Is fiiiuo'iiiceil that more sensa
tional arrests of parties connected
witli tlie land frauds may Ih' ex
pected any time.
Tlie National Bank ofCoiiuncrce of
New York will absorbe otlierlmnks
anil Increase Uh capital to $2."i.000'000.
The Kansas legislation will bo called
In extra hchhIou to provide funds for
the relief of flood sufferers lu that
deorge 11. MeCarther, who under
dictation of President ltuchauan
wrote the famous message "If any
man pulls down the flag shoot him
on the spot," died nt ids home Wed
nesday. The city of Fast St Louis Is flooded
and millions of dollars worth of
property has lieen destroyed, besides
hundreds of peoplo rendered homeless.
The water at St Louis is 117 feet
above low water mark.
Three set double biiffgy harness or
will trade for hay or grnlu.
('IIIUHM.IN S- 1U.NI1S.
Department of the Interior,
Tnlteil States Laud Olllce,
ltoselmrj,'. Ore.. Apr., i", 1003.
Notice Is hereby pilveii that the ap
proved plat of surver of
Township 1 South, HaiiKe4 Knst.
Townsldp South, ltntiKer Knst.
Township W South, Uanno;'. V.aM.
Township 21, South, Kiiiik-o 4 Knst.
have been received from tlioSurveyor
Ceneral for OivKOiiand 011
Tliiirsdiiy,!Mny 2S. HKKI.at clock
the said "plats will be tiled In this
olllce, and the laud embraced there
in, being In the I'lisemle 1'orest Uo
serve, will be open to entry on and
after said date, only to ici-sous show
ing settlement thereon prior to
September 24th, 1S1K1, the date of the
executive order setting apart said
laud as 11 forest reserve.
,1. T. Hiilixins, Register.
.1 II. IIootii, Kecelver.
Ih bt walarpraaf ubIi la hj
world. Mtd Iroia tb boil tutUrUU ftDd
wftrranlvd wiiterpro!. ltd to cUDd
tbreachilworKDd 4tbr, .
Look for Ibo trade mark. It jour d.4li
doi do! btTO tbtm. wrilo tor oftUlocoo to
1. 1. Mtlif ill rukkf U., 1U., Ii rmtb.
ru. x. twvEii son, Mo urro.
lul Ciria, Uou.
I Spring ie bere-So are we
jE With Sprny Pumps and Spray Compound. 53
Hoes, Itnkcs nnd Cultivators. 31
Ollvcr'fl Htecl and Chilled Plows. 3
.... . .... ... ,'n liun. 11 IIHUII". J
A full ami complete Mnn of Hardware, Stove and Tlnwaiv.
Mining Supplies our Specialty.
Piper & Vandenburg
Hun the Freshest fjine
of Groceries in Cottage Grove. Not a can nor
package of goods on the shelves but that is as fresh
as is obtainable on the market. Quality guaranteed
Our Prices Are the Lowest n Satisfaction Is Guaranteed
HAUEIS & WILLIAMS, Props.
I SH AN AFELT'S
I Tliotograph Gallery
Fifteen yearsexperience, eight years in Portland 3
sj Nothing but .first-class work. All Work guar- f3
anteed. Lowest prices. Call and examinejwork. 3
jE Opposite Masonic Hall. West Side. Cottage Grove. f
W. S. Chrisman & Ely Bangs
Shi Tlie Mioii Sties
Sfi. ALS0 omcE 0F t,ie
First Class Turnouts,
CHRISMAN & BANGS -
KiOWI,ES & GETTY'S
...The Miners Supply House...
Our Motto: Good Goods for Low Prices.
General Merchandise, Miners' Tools and Ammunition
:: X rfc X
1 l mr 0
U, 1! , IV
guarantees to save you money on everything to
furnish 11 homo lucludlng
Stoves, Ranges, Camels and Matting
New Line of H Paper,
Big Clearance Sale now on for 30 days;
10 per Cent Discount on everything.
EUGENE - OREGON
NEW YORK RACKET STORE
Near S. P. Depot, Cottage Grove, Oregon
The Majority of the voterB tsaw fit to nenil HIGKK HKIIMAN to Con
uresa, nt tho liito election, likewise tho Majority of the people saw lit to
elect tho NOW YOl'It KilCket Store headquarters
for low prices, and by lair treatment, and Bpiaro dealing. We expect to
hold the position we now occupy, nf being the cheapost place in town.
Our G(xls nro clean nnd new, direct from eastern markets.
k CAIiL AND
a TKST US.
You lino medicines, don't yon?
Then you havo prescriptions tilled,'
don't you? Well, then, you want ,
them tilled nt a reliable house, don't 1
you? Did It over occur to you that
llenann Dnu Co, Is that kind of n
house. Yon try It mid see that's
and Llack Butte JStages.
Double or Single.
COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
-Hs-a-as- x ::
V urnlsliliiK goods, slioes, ribbons,
laces and embroideries lowest price,
nt N, K. KUeu's.
McClellan'B is tho only place In
town where you can buy 11 box of
Aldon Chocolates anil Don IIqus.