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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1904)
W. S. Chrisman& Ely Bangs
First Class Turnouts,
CI1RISMAN & BANGS -
Konage drove r lour mui$.
Having purchased the warehouse formerly
owned by Messrs Elledge & lliggins, 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 VllUD DEI.IYKRKD PROMPTLY.
Ilarduiir A: Hanson, props.
F. Gakoi ttk, Manager.
1 Spring is bere-So are we
With Spray Pumps
Hoes. Hakes nnil Cultivators.
Oliver's Steel nnd Chilled Plows.
! , Fish llron. Wngons.
- a lull nnd complete Line ol Hardware. Stoves nnd Tinware.
Er Mining Supplies our Specialty.
HINDS & VENSKE
REAL ESTATE anil MINING BROKERS
Agents for Currins,
Mrs. C. A. Perkins, add's
Lots Sold on Installment Plan
All kinds of improved and unproved city and country
property at lowest prices. We act as agents for property
owners. Collect rents and remit promptly.
References, First National Bank,
KNOWLES & GETTYS
...The Miners Supply House...
Our Motto: Good Goods for Low Prices.-
General .Vercliandise, Miners' Tools and Ammunition
Steel & Freelandj!
MONDAY & T
MAY 16 & 17
In a new and up to date
"Admission 25 & 15c
Reserved Seats UScfor sale at
NEW ERA DRUQ STORE.
"PORTLAND AND RETURN ONLY.
Tlio Southern Pacific Ih uoweelllng
round trip tickets to I'ortmnu from
. .Eugene for 4 good going Saturday
P. M., or any train of Sunday, re
turning Sunday and Monday, giving
all (lay Huniiuy nuu fliontiay ini-ori-lalid.
from Portland, giving all Portland
people a chanco to visit valley points
lit greatly reduced rates." Parties
desiring to tako advantage of theso
raleean pay loeal faro to Eugene,
also (irrirn op mis
niul Black Butte Stage.
Double or Single.
COTTAGE G ROVE, ORE
and Spray Compound. r
or any one In Cottage drove
Every day iHn Bargain
Bay at this Urocer.v.
We've nothing to give
away but everything
to sell that Ih found
First Class Grocery Store.
We've never Hold you
anything but frond
clean goods. I-ot uh
5 illetcailf & Morse
2 PHONE MAIN 65
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Ah we are JuHt starting aud the
amount of work ho far does not
Justify the paying of commissions to
agencies. We request those wishing
work done to give It direct to the
Oliver or call pnone ;J4.
Tin: Cottauk (Jkovi; Laij.ndhv Co
J A, Guiledi;o of Verbena, Ala., was
twice in the hospital Iron a bovctu case
of plies caueliiK -1 tumors. After doe
tors nnd nil remedies failed. Uueklen'a
Arnica Salvo quickly arrested further in
flammation and cured him. It con
quers aches nnd kills pain, 25o at
lorgan & Brehaut Druggist.
BOHEMIA NUUOirr PUULISIIIMl
Wm. 11. Root, Uilltor and Manager.
KnUrr.1 ill the po'lomc t Citt Ortu.
Orrron tccond cIiim mll lnftttcr.
rt month 1.00
1 your ILM
IS month ?-MH
If pulil In advance.
TIllsrvl'KI! li lti on HI t K (' Urtkr'i
A.tvcrtltlii Xttntt. lm!W Mrcliiil Ki
hur. sii KrmrlMV, OiiUlornU. wlirrcon
rt (or Mitrriiittiie can tmtt for II,
Friday, Mv i,t. io.i.
The Water Supply.
The membei-ol the City Coun
cil who were quoted as saying they
were about to limit the use of
water in the city say it is an erroui
ous improsion. The explanation
made bv them is to the effect that
3 the 4-inch main which brings the
water to the city is not sufficiently
i large to Mipply nil the demands
ZS; 1 which might be made upon it.
i They think it will be unwise to al
:5J , low the irrigating of vegetable gar
3 dens. For domestic, lawns, or
; motors already in use tliere is no
intention uiou their part to at-
tempt any change, unless an ex
travagant use be made ol it.
' As will be seen by teferencc to
our other columns, work in this
part of the country is starting up in
the various industual branches.
The winter here, as. elsewhere,
lias been an exceptionally severe
Bohemia, the mining district on
which Cottuge Grove and vicinity
so largely depends, experienced the
greatest fall of snow since its dis
covery. With a few exceptions
where preparations were made in
the fall all work was suspended.
The snow is now rapidly disappear
, ing and the miners and companies
are just resuming operations.
The lumbering interests which
also are of vast importance; under
the restored freight rates are en
larging their scope of business.
With these two industries success
fully carried on, all others must
Everything now indicates that
Cottage Grove and Bohemia are to
have the most satisfactory season
they have ever experienced. By
, the middle of June the Bohemia
i Mining District will be open lor ex-
amination. All the other industries
are open for inspection all the time.
! The Woodburn Rally.
That republican rally at Wood
burn Saturday night was a Hum
mer from the headwaters of Hum
mer's creek. There was no ha'.f
hearted feature about it, from Jim
Buffs spectacular debut in all the
gorgeous colors ct the rainbow,
1 representing Othello in Josephs'
' coat, to the eloquent and convinc-
i ing speeches by Malarky and ilar
! ris. Republicanism was in the air.
the music of the bands, from B flat
to hieh C. was shoutincr for Roose-
J j velt and the small bojs were griev
h i ing only because it would beat
2 I least ten years before they coil Id
! join as tangible participants in such
enthusiastic demonstrations. And
it need not be concluded that Wal
ter Tooze was at all reticent on the
auspicious occasion. In fact, his
conduct througnout the meeting
indicated that he was fairly well
pleased with the proceedings, and
the general opinion was that he
would never make an acceptable
candidate on the Parker platform.
The Woodburn meeting was one of
the best ever held in Marion county
and promises over 8oo of that 20,
ooo majority for Roosevelt in No
Lane will add another 8oo and
some over. Eugene Register.
The annual production of copper
has steadily increased almost year
by year, says lifting Wprld, al
though old mines are being worked
out by ore being taken from the
ground. (Jn theotuer hand, mod
ern science permits working a
mine to a much greater deptli than
formerly. The world's production
of copper in 1801 was 9,000 tons,
which was increased to only 30,
000 tons in 1850, in 1 891 to 279,309,
and in 1903 to 589,361 tons. Nearly
every one of the old mines are still
yielding their quota of the metal
and each year witnesses the open
ing of new ones. A fair price and
demand for copper will keep the
mines of the world in full operation,
as well as stimulate the search in
Hngono, On., April Ml. UK) I.
Wi, the ttmten);ucd, hereby agiw
upon a Joint political oniix-nxs ol
Utile rounty between tlio enndldateH
(or tin- dt'imu'i-utlo and republican
partlcx of hiiUI Lain' county. And
wo agiw that said ciiiivuhs shall bo
matlo upon tlio following dates and
at tho following designated places In
said Ui 110 county:
May 12 Thursday 1 p in I'lieslior.
May 1!) Friday .i p in Mnplctou.
May 14 Saturday I p 111 I'lorvnco.
May ID Monday I p 111 IVaduood.
May KTiiosday 1 p in lllachly.
May Is Wednesday S p m Eliulra.
May U) Thursday 1 p in Smlthllold.
May SO Friday 1 P in Long Tom
May.'l Saturday 1 pin .luuetlou
May S:t Mnuday it p in ("row.
May S Tuesday t pin l.oralio.
May L'," Wednesday 1 p in Cottage
May '.Si Thursday 1 p m Saginaw.
May I'd Thuisday S p in Civswell.
May IT Friday 1 p in Lost Valley.
May 2S Saturday 1 P ui Pleasant
May SS Saturday p 111 Jasper
May III Tuesday a p in Wnltorx llle.
Juno 1 Wednesday 1 p 111 Thurston.
.1 line '2 Thursday 1 pin Ping Yang.
.1 iinoil Friday 1 p in Coliurg.
June 4 Saturday 'J p in llngono.
unes our nam's tins .titn day 01 ,
Apt II, 11K)I. I
V X WlNTKIt.IKIi:ll,
uairuiaii Kcpumicnu t oniity reu
.1 I) M.VTt.tM'K,
Chairman Democratic County Cen
VICTOR HALL HUM.
Cottogu Urovo may possibly bo Ito
hind In some matters, something
however which would have to lie
shown us, but tt Is liellovod thnt In
the Victor baseball team. It litis for
the size and ago of Its luemliers the
liost Juvenal team lu tho valley. On
hut Friday this leatu met and de
feated 0110 composed of the grown
ups about town. The lino up Is as
follows: Captain," Allen linker:
catcher, Lloyd Watson: pitcher, Hoy
linker: S S, Hay (liven: 1st It, P.oherl
Sherwood: 2ml It. Allen Barker; :ird
I), Joseph Arnold: L F, Hoy Copo
land, H F, Alliert Wooloy; C F,
Erucdt Lincoln: substitutes, Chester
linker and Ah In Whitsett.
EVEKV TOWN HAS
A smart Alec.
A girl who giggles.
A weather prophet.
A neigoliorhood feud.
A woman who tnttles.
A man who kuows-lt-all.
One Jatksonhiii democrat.
More loafers than It needs.
A boy who cuts up liichiirvh.
A few meddlesome old women.
A "thing" that stares at women.
A widower who is too guy for his
Some men who inako remarks
A grown young muti who laughs
every time he says anything.
A girl who goes to the postoitlee
every time the mall comes In.
Scores of men with the caboose of
their troiers worn smooth as glass.
A man who grins when you talk
and laughs loud after he has said
something. Woman's Magazine.
With the advent of the fine weather
also came the baseball games. On
Inst Friday the tie train team met
the High School team of Cottage
(Jrove, while there are some line
players In both teams, there was an
evidence of a lack of practice.
Tne large crowd gathered to wit
ness the game enjoyed Itself by mak
ing tke usual remarks. The score
stood 17 to l'J in favor of tint High
Saturday afternoon the Springfield
team placed the Cottage (Jrovo teuin
hut while they did their best, were
compelled to leave the Held with a
score of 0 to Ui la favor of our home
I' olio wing this- game came one
between the Drain State Normal
School team and the Cottage (Jrovo
High School ttani.
The llrst Inning or so it looked as
If the Xormulx hud a walk away, lint
the II Igli school braced up and held
the game well In hand tho re
mainder of the Innings, the score
stood 7 to -1 In favor of the High
Railway Trainmen Excursion.
Roseburg, Ore. Apr. 29, 1904.
Cottage Grove, Ore.
Dear Sir: The Brotherhood of
Railway Trainmen will run their
Annual Excursion to Kugenc on
Sunday, May 29, 1904'. Trains
will be run from both directions ar
riving at 1 1 o'clock and departing
at 6 o'clock p m. There will be
amusements for the benefit of the
visitors, the principal ones base
ball Roseburg vs Iiugene of the
Oregon State League. ' The Uni
versity of Oregon will be thrown
open. The Uugene baud of 20
pieces will lurulsh the music and no
means will he spared to make this a
grand success The public is fa
miliar with the Trainmen's Ex
cursions which has heretofore been
ruti to Salem.
Fare from all points north of Al
bany and south of Cottage Grove
$1.50 round trip. Tickets will
soon be on sale at all Southern Pa
C B Baker, Septy. Com.
We have them in all widths Ifr. SlSS B
ffijl At Pacific Timber Companys Store
VMl I'tiiltT Od.l I Vliows Hall WM
COTTAUIi liKOVIJ. OKKf.UV
STATE AND DISTRICT.
Frank A. Moore of Columbia
Dairy nnd Fund Commissioner
.1. W. Uallcy of Multnomah.
.1. X. Hart nt Polk, .lumen
Foe of t'matilla. (Irani
Dlmlek Chiekamas, A.
Hough of Jonephltio.
Delegation National Convention
II. W. Scott of Multnomah. S
I.. Kline of Ueiilou, W. 11.
Ayor of Multnomah, and
Ira s. Smith of Malheur.
First Congressional District
.1.1. I'ntnpliell of Clackamas
and J. M. Keeneof Jaeksou
Second Congressional District
Charles II. Curou of Multno
mah ami X. C. ltlehiirds of
For Congress 1st. DIst.
Second Judicial District
Douglas, I.nm. Coos, Curry.
Denton and Lincoln Coun
ties) K. O. Potter, Judge;
(ieo. M. Drown, District
Sixth District, Douglas, Jose
phine and Lane Counties,
It. A. Ilooth.
1. tl. Illiigham.CottageOrovi'
I. X. Edwards, Junction
(i. W. (irlilln, Eugene
(J. H. chrlNtiiaii, Eugene
E. V. Ix-e, Eugene
.1. S. Stiles, P.ugeno
II. M. Price, Halo
II. F. Keeny, (Joshcil
Itolit. E. Eastland, Eugene
W. It. Dlllard, Eugene
C. M. Collier, Eugeim
Dr. F M. Day, Eugene
Justice of the Peace
J. W. Vaughn.
W. II. llhilr.
j ccniidi rwtci i
located two blocks xvi-Ml JJ
2 and one block north of S
theS. P. Depot
Well ventilated well fur-
nlslied and Ilrst-cliiHs In
Rats $1. per days
Board bv tho week SM.M 5
5 witliout bed ?:i..r-0 per S,
wvuk. Remember the
plate. The best tables 2
5 and tho I est bods, the
best accommodations In
i central ftotcl
5 Mrs, Ida B. Thompson.
Se 1 z Sc hwa b F i 11 e S h oes
A. A. Cutter
And Calm-Nu'lilcslitirjj Heavy Sinus.
Our Slock i Complete 111 the above I1111-
I - FOR
75 x 150 feet .
High and Dry,
Fine resident property,
SPAIIIi'S 11)1). TO GOTTAGK GROVK
fl Illocks from Post Oflicc.
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