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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1904)
W. S. Chrisman& Ely Bangs
First Class Turnouts,
CIIRISMAN & BANGS
nonage ww flour mms.
Having purchased the warehouse formerly
owned by Messrs Elledge & Higgins, we wish
to announce that we will continue to carry a
large stock of all kinds of Feed there, which will
be sold at lowest prices.
By courteous treatment, square dealing we hope to
receive n large share of your patronage.
HAY AND FKHD DELIVERED PROMPTLY.
IInrtuiiir& Hansen, props.
t r r
i v. ijAKonTE, manager.
1 Spring is bere-So arc w
Rakes and Cultivators.
fc- Oliver's Steel nnd Chilled Plows.
E" Pish llros. Wagons.
ji a full mul complete Line of Hardware, Stoves and Tlnwnre.
E: Alining Supplies our Specialty.
HINDS & VENSKE
REAL ESTATE and MINING BROKERS
Agents for Currins,
Mrs. C. A. Perkins, add's
Lots Sold on .Installment
All kinds of improved and
property at lowest prices. We
owners. Collect rents and remit promptly.
References, First Xatlonal Bank, or any one In Cottage Grove
KNOWLES & GETTYS
...The Miners Supply House...
Our Motto: Good Goods for Low Prices.
JRinerfiC Merchandise, Miners' Tools and Ammunition
The Mining and
An old conservative Journal,
matter In ltB reading columns.
Always protects Investors In mining companies without re
gard to wealth, Influence or nationality. Ah a reward of con
slstent honosty of reportH it bus attained
A LARGER CIRCULATION THAN ANY OTHER MINING JOURNAL IN AMERICA.
Uo you wish to become one of the readers of the Rkvikw?
We believe our readers are tho most Impartial critics. There
fore wo will send you The Mlninc and Engineering Review on trlul
for four weeks. If you do not wish to receive It any longer notify
tho San Francisco ofllco by mall. If you wish to continue It tho
subscription price Is
$3.00 a year, postage paid, or
THE BOHEMIA NUOOET AND REVIEW FOR $3.5o A YEAR.
Address The Mining and Engineering Review
42 Montgomery St., San Francisco, Cal .
OR BOHEMIA NUOOET, COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
Uuralillllr or WumU,
In a recent test of the durability 0'.'
woods stakes two feet long nnd an Inch
nnd 11 hnlf square were driven Into the
ground nearly their entire length. At
tho end of five years oak, elm, nsh, Or
nnd soft mahogany were entirely de
cayed, larch nnd luird pine were do
cnyod on the outside, cedar of Lebanon
and hard mahogany wero In fairly
good condition, hut Virginia cedar wan
s sound and perfect as at first
ALSO OFFICE OF rJIK
and Black Butte Stage.
Double or Single
COTTAGE 0 ROVE, ORE
and Spray Compound. 53
act as agents
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Never printed a Hue of paid
toucher Why. Ircddy. Uuw 111U juu
get those hlnel! and blue welts on jour
Scholar Them's your fault, toucher
Teacher My fuult? Vj'hnt do yon
in 011 11?
Scholar (sobbing reinlulsecntly)
Why, you told me It wus 11 poor rule
that didn't work both ways. So when
I went homo I took pa's now two foot
rule that doubles up 011 n hinge nnd
bent 1t back till It worked both wnys
and then pa said I'd broken the Joints
nnd he went and got his noun- strop
and country B
for property g
BOtlUMIA NUC1QGT PUBLISHING
Wm. II, Root, Editor and Manager.
Katsrtd l tl nMlmr t Cottsr tinnt,
Or(on ccnil tl noil nutttr.l
fi months $1.00
1 your 1.W
IS month ?-MH)
li lmUI in advance.
THIS t'M'KK U krrl ' K. e. Urate's
Admitting A(riir. Mamie Mn-ltnt Kx
?hiingt, Nmi FmnrlMV. CntlfmnU. wlttrvtvn
tracts lr lvrttliifCAn tmml for ll.
The Republican Ticket.
Several weeks have passed by
since the republican conventions met
and made their nominations. It
was said at the time, the conven
tions had nomfnaled as capable and
as representative candidates for the
suffrage of the voters as hnu ever
been presented in this section.
Time seems to verify these state
ments. No charges worthy of
consideration have been made
against any candidate. By those
best informed it is claimed this
county has a majority ot at least
500 republican votes. If this be
true every candidate upon the
ticket should be elected by a very
handsome majority, as there is uo
good reason why a republican
should tail to vote the ticket in its
I For Stale Senator.
j Hon R A Booth is receiving de
served support from miny of the
j papers in his district for state sena
1 tor. One does uot need to live
long in this senatorial district to
I hear of the energy and ability of
I this gentleman. Even by his op
ponents. Senator Booth is accred
ited with being among the fore
most and ablest men of his district.
Having had experience in the
office to which he is again nomi
nated and having met all the re
quirements to the complete satis
faction of his constituents, there is
no reason why he should not re
ceive the heary support of the
people of this district for state
After a long term of
Lane county, where he
engaged in business and
.official positions, Mr J
t comes before the people as a candi
I date for sheriff. The delegates to
I the county convention when they
'nominated .Mr allies tor tins im
portant office certainly made no
1 mistake. His record as Chief of
' Police ot Eugene, an office where
the duties are akin to those of
sheriff, is an envious one. No one
acquaiuted with Chief Stiles can
doubt his excellent qualifications
lor the othce ot sheriff.
For County Judge.
une ot me most important po
sitions to be filled by the voters of
Lane count) next June is that of
county judge. The duties and re
sponsibilities of a county judge are
important and weighty The
estates of deceased persons, the
property of minor children and in
eompetent persons, are administered
upon and cared for under the super
vision of the county judge. In or
der to properly and efficiently dis
cbarge these duties, a man must be
naturally careful and painstaking
because corrtct and just conclusions
cannot be reached unless based
upon a thorough understanding of
all the facts, including minor de
tails of each case.
As a member of the board of
county commissioners, the county
judge is one of the three officers
whose duty it is to audit and pay
bills and claims against the county.
The county expenditures are in the
hands of the board of county Com
missioners. The county judge by
reason ot tits position lias much to
say about what expenditures should
be made and where they should be
made. A large amount of money
is expended each year on roads and
bridges. I he taxpayers are inter
ested in having a good business
man at the head of the board of
the board of county commissioners.
The republicans of Lane county
made an excellent selection when
they nominated Hon G R Chris
man for county judge, Mr. Chris-
man has been for tunny years iden
tified with Lane county and is one
of the largest taxpayers in the
county. He is a careful business
man. A man who can make a
success in his own business can
make n success in the management
of the county's business! It re
quires n careful business man to
pi event waste of the county
moneys. Mr Chrismaii Is thor
oughly qualified in every patliculur
lor the position ot county judge
nnd the voters of Lane county, can
make no mistake in voting for him
next June. We predict that Mr.
Clirlsmau will run ahead of his
ticket and that he will be elected
by a large vote.
Railway Trainmen l:curslon.
Roseburg, Oie. Apr 20, 1904.
Cottage Gtovc, Ore.
Dear Sir: The Brotherhood of
Railway Trainmen will run their
Annual Excursion to Eugene on
Sunday, - May 19, 1004 Trains
will be run from both directions ar
riving at 1 1 o'clock nnd departing
ntf o'clock p m. There will be
amusements for the benefit of the
visitors, the principal ones base
ball Roseburg vs Eugene of the
Oregon State League The Uni
versity of Oregon v. ill be tlnown
open. The Eugene baud ot 20
pieces will furnish the music mid no
means will be spared to make this a
i rand success. The public is fa
miliar with the Trainmen's Ex
cursions which has heretofore been
run to Salem.
pure from nil points north of Al
bany and south of Cottage Grove
$1.50 round trip. Tickets will
soon be oil sale nt nil Southern Pa
C 1! Baker, Secty. Com.
Tho 4 Georges Co. wtv a pleasing
attraction ut the Odoiin Theatre last
,,i.-M tIiiiph ttcmilillcun. .Marshall-
town, la. The 4 Georges can tie
voted satisfying. Post. Denver, Col.
No pos-dlilo opportunity for laughter
seems to have been omitted by the !
Georges, who begun n weeks engage
ment at the Curtis yesterday. The
specialties are extra good. The
violin solos of Miss Marlon George
showed a mastery of toolmlipie. and
the contortion work of "Katharine
who lias the power of tying her
lithe body Into bow-knots was ex
ceptionally Hue. News. Denver, Colo.
The 4 Georges seemed to greatly
please the fancy of the patrons ol the
Curtis yesterday. Nothing Is d
nmnded from the audience save
IniiL'liter anil then' Is no failure to
meet the demand. Times, Denver,
Colo. The 4 lieorges wont make
everybody laugh, such a thing
wouldn't be possible 'lhey will,
however, make all except the horn
pessimist happy and that Is going
some Herald. Salt Lake. I tali.
In, 1.. In,- from the aniihiuse that
greeted the 4 lieorges last night, they
met with tho approval of the audi
enee. Tribune, Salt Lake, I'tali.
J It Tapp transacted business at
tho county seat u week ago.
Horn to Mr nnd Mrs Donilnlgo
Perlul Saturday. April :u, 11 boy.
Grant Harrison Is expecting to
move Into the Hawle.v mansion and
run the farm for Mr Hawley.
.Mr Prod Dowe has bought 40 acres
of the Thompson hind, while seieral
parties are alter the remaining !K)
acres. Mr. Dowe will build Immedi
ately. NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Laud Office,
Roseburg, Ore., May 3rd. 1004.
Notice is hereby given Unit in com
pliance with the provisions of the net o(
Congress of Juno 3, 1878, entitled "An
act lor the sole ol .limber Unds in tho
States of California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territory," as extended to
nil the Public Land States by act of Au
gust 4, 1892,
of Cottagotirove, Co of Lrnio, State of
Ore., has this day tiled in this office bur
sworn statement No. 0120, for the pur
chase of tho SW Jf.BW'i SKM
of Sec 12 in Tp 22 8, R 4 W, ami will
offer proof to show that the land thought
is more valuable for its timber or stono
than for agriclutural purposes, and to
establish her claim to Bald land before
J.J.Walton, U. S. Commissioner nl
Eugene, Oregon, on th ICth dayol
She names as witnesses:
Herman T Dow, of Cottage Urove,
Ore., Wfllis Nowell, A II Nowell of
Amis, Ore., tieorgo Kdurer of Cottage
Anv and all persons claiming adverse
ly the above-described lands are re
quested to tile their claims in this office
on or belorosaiu 10111 nay 01 Juiy,
J. T. Uhiwjes. Register.
A POSITIVK NKCKSSITY.
Having to lay upon rny bed for 14
days from a severely bruins! leg, I only
found relief when I used sbottlo of Hal
lard's Huow I.iniineiu. I can cheerfully
recommend it us tho host medicine for
bruises ever sent to the allliced . It has
nowNjecoine a positive necessity upon
myself. D II Byrnes, Merchant, Do
versvllle. Texas, 25c, 60c, L00. New
Kra Drug Store.
if on ok.
Itosehurg, Ore., April 30, 1!K)I.
Notice Is hereby given thnt the ap
proved plat ol survey of fractional
Twp. 22S., It. 4 W.,
lias been received from tho Surveyor
(Jeneral for Oregon, and on Wednes
day, the. '1th day of June, 1901, at!)
o'clock a m, the said fractional plat
will be filed In this office and tho land
embraced therein will bo open to en
try on or after that date,
J T HitiiMiKH, Register.
J H Uootii, Receiver.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Ah wo are Just
starting and tho
amount 01 worn
so lar does not
Justify tho paying of commissions to
agencies. Wo request those wishing
work dono to give It direct to tho
driver or call phono 31.
Tin: Cottaoh (luovi: Laiiniiiiv Co.
J A, Guledgo of Verbena, Ala,, was
twice in tho hospital froii a tovcro cafe
of piles causing 21 tumors. After doc
tors and all remedies failed, Ilucklen's
Arnica fialyoqulckly arrosted further In
flammation and cured him. It con
quers aches and kills pain. 20c ut
lorgan A Ilrehuut Druggist.
s:t.oo & s 1.00
Ladies Acme Shoes
Vc have them in all widths
STATE AND DISTRICT.
Prank A. Moore of Columbia
Dairy and Food Commissioner
J. W. Bailey of Multnomah.
.1. N. Hart of Polk, .lames A.
I'eo of I'liialilln. tirant H.
Dlmlck Clackamiis, A. C.
1 ti muli of Josephine.
Delegation National Contention
II. W. Scott of Miillnonmh. S
L. Kline of Benton, W. II.
Aver of Multnnlmih. ami
Ira s. Smith of Mallu-iir.
First Congressional District
,1. ('. Campbell of Clnckamiis
mid J. M. Keoue of Jackson
Second Congressional District
Charles II. Careu ol Multno
11111I1 and N. C. Richards ot
For Congress 1st. Disl.
Second Judicial District
Douglas, Lane. Coos, Curry,
Benton and Lincoln Coun
ties) i:. O. Potter, Judge;
Ceo. M. Brown, District
Sixth District, Douglas, Jose
phine and Lane Counties,
It. A. Booth.
I. rl. Bingham, Cottagotirove
I. N. 1M wards, Junction
(,. W. (Jrlllln, Kugeno
(1. R. Lhrlsmaii, Kugeno
IJ. I". Ia-o, Kugeno
J. S. Stiles, Kugoilo
II. M. Price, Halo
B. P. Kccuy, Goshen
Robt. K. Kastland, Kugeno
W. B.'Dlllard, Kugeno
C. M. Collier, Kugeno
Dr. P SI. Day, Kugeno
Justice of the Peace
J. Wi Vaughn.
W. II. Blair.
fZCiltrfll fOtCI l
located two blocks west "
and one block north of
tboH. 1'. Depot
Cai tK Rooms II
Well ventilated well fur- gISE
nlshed and llrst-class In S 1 -every
Rates $1. per day! i
Board by tho week !?l.r,0 ",zr
without bed Jil.M per 5 1 K
week. Romembor tho e
Iilace. Tho best tables g
and tho best beds, tho H
best uccommodiitionH In
every particular. g I d
Airs, Ida ll. Thompson, n
is tic Host
At Pacilic Timber Companys Store
Under Odd l-Vllows Hall
COTTAUIS t.KOVIv. OKIvdOX.
1 The Stamp
Selz Schwab Fine Shoes
A. A. Gutter
And Cnlin-Nicklcslnirg Heavy Shoe-.
Out Slock 11 Complete in the above hues.
M IIE3II2NWAY &
1 38 CHOICE LOTS B
I 75 x
I High and Dry,
frj Fine resident property,
I spiiiirs ,11m
KJl illllJ KJ 4IISII 1
M 5 Hloelcs from Post Office.
ffll I'RICISS ANDTISKMS RISASONAHMS
1 Kayser & Huff
B For one week
' d Plx
One-Half Pound with Hvcry Sale of One and Oue-IIalf
LEIJGE &. IIASKINS
Delicious Iligli-Grndc ColTees
Don't fall to taku advantagu of this oppurtiinlly to got
a eoffeo that Is Hiiro to please you. ONLY IN ONK POUND
PA0KAGKH. so thut you may know what to got next
time, This offer applies only during
Week of Special Sale
Monday May 2 to Saturday May 7
two HBTCALF & MORSE
Slenado Java Blend !lc
Oriental Blend '..-ie Cottugo Grove, Ore.
If you arc out of Cards, Envelopes or Letterheads call at
A. F. C. r.iglumiH
12 c value at c per yard
I5c value nt 10c per ynnl
Ifc vnliio 17c per ynnl
Tafft'ln ribbons '.'tie per d
Women like these dalnlj ill'
lions fur a score of Sunnncr
purposes of i'oiiisi', snshes
iiirl, ilbliiius, milliner. . piny
the Important pnrln These
'Inffi'la ribbons lire "I soft
Hue quality. All Silk nnd In
fiiwiiitcnilurings bcsi miicmiI
Closing out price 0c n ynrd.
These are the inngic
winds that appeal to the
Shoe buyer. Tbnt's uhnt
you want find what you
get u licit
to mmii fiiinrn 1
V V U B 1 WIIU I IJ
Next to Awbrey litiildini;
only we oiler s