Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1904)
G. A. IiciVIs.
First Class '
G. W. McQuccx
ALSO omcK OF nix
Bolicmia nnd Black Butte Stage.
riirnoub. Double or
CIIRISMAN & BANGS - COTTAGE G ROVE, ORE
Cottage Qtm flour mills.
Having purchased the warehouse formerly
owned by Messrs Elledgc & Higgins, we wish
to announce that vve will continue to carry a
large stock of all kinds of Feed there, which will
be sold al lowest prices.
By courteous treatment, square dealing we hope to
receive n large share of your patronage.
HAY AND l'KIJD DEUVERKD PROMPTLY.
IInrtiui;r & Hansen, props.
A . VJAKUl 1 111., ItlllitVl.
nottuMiA Nuooirr publishing
Win. B. Root, Editor and Managr.
EnUmt ! th xxlmo it Tailor Utort,
Oregon t ?ond cUm mull matt r,
G months 91.00
IS month $2.00
It paid In iiilviinco.
THIS l'ATKR U kept on 1 t K. I'. Uraka't
Ailrtrtlilnt Aitrnoj, ti mt U llerchtntt Ki
Rnr,8n Frnclico, CulltotnU. where eon
Intftitor KiUerllslnff can btninU tor It.
Stoves and Tinware 1
Plows, Mowers nntl Rakes. Sole ngents lor
A Full Stock ot Mining Supplies.
If there is oue man on the rt
! publican ticket that deserves the
support ol every republican in the
county more than another, it is our
old frieud A M price, candidate for
I commissioner. In the days ot
populism when republicans by the
hundreds broke t'leir legs in their
wild efforts to climb into the silver
wagon. Mr Price remained true to
the party of protection and pros
perity. He was a resident of
Thurston at that time and was
about the only republican left in
that precinct. He was committee
man and the party following con
sisted largely of himself. His
party loyalty has stood the test
under very trying circumstances
l.a lo !......"... ,t.ttljw1 r ill.
iaiiiiuiiiiiiiiuaiUiiiiaauiiiiiiiiiiuiiiuiuiuJuiujajujiiK fun party vote. 1 this he
mmmm p- possesses all the other qualities and
' will make a competent ai.d faithful
official Junction City Times. All
that the Times says of Mr Price is
true and more, too. In addition to
t le fact that he is a loyal republi
can and ably nullified, he is also an
old soidier and a member of J V
Geary Post No 7, G A R, having
served his country in Company L,
Fourteenth Kansas Cavalry. Mr
Price will prove to be a valuable
man in looking after the interests .of
the county and should be elected by
a rousing majority. Eugene Register.
HINDS & VENSKE
REAL ESTATE and MINING
Mrs. C. A. Perkins, add's
Lots Sold 011
All kinds of improved and unproved city
property at lowest prices. We act as agents
owners. Collect rents and remit promptly.
References, First National Bank, or any one In Cottage Grove
Plan 1 1
and country j
for property f
Eugene, Oiv April Ml, Mil.
We. t tic uuilcrtghcil, hereby ngroo
upon it Joint political canvass ot
Lnnct-imuty tic t ween the candidates
for tho ili'inoomtlc nntl republican
purlieu of mild Initio county. Ami
wo ngiw that naltl canvass shall lio
made upon the following dates mill
nt the following designated places In
Biiltl Lane, county:
Mny 12 Thursday 1 p m Cliesher.
May i:i Friday it p m Miiplctiin.
May It Saturday I p in Florence.
May 10 Monday 1 p in Dondwood.
May 17 Tuesday I p in lllaclily.
May is Wednesday 8 p in Elmlra.
Mil' 10 Thursday 1 p niSmlthneld.
Mny SO Friday 1 i in Long Tom
Mny 21 Sntunlny I pin .1 unction
May 2:1 Monday :i p in Crow.
May 21 Tuesday I p in l.orano.
Ma.v 2."i Wednesday 1 p in Cottage
May 20 Thursday I p in Saginaw.
May 20 Thursday S l in Creswoll.
May 2" Friday 1 p 111 Lost Valley.
May 2S Saturday 1 p m Pleasant
May 2S Saturday S p in Jasper
Mny 111 Tuesday '.' p in Waltorvllle.
June 1 Wednesday 1 i m Thurston.
.liine2Tliurxday 1 p m Plug Yang.
June II Friday 1 p 111 Coburg.
Juiu4 Saturday 2 p in Eugene.
Witness our bancs HiIh 20tli day of
C A WlNTKIlMKIUIt,
Cliatruiau licpulilicaii County Cen
.1 1) MaTI.IM'K,
Clialrmaii Democratic County Cen
POPULAR OCEAN BEACH.
Many From the Willamette Valley
Spend Their Uacallon at the Sea
The Republican Ticket.
From all available and reliable
sources throughout the county and
districts, comes the news that the
t republican candidates are gtotviug
in favor with the people. It is evi-
' j .
MOWLES & GETTYS
...The Miners Supply House...
3fcOur Motto: Good Goods for Low Prices.
General Merchandise, Miners' Tools and Ammunition
RAILROAD EXCURSION TO SALEM,
OREGON, JUNE 5TH, 1904.
Sunset Lodge No 1W Brotherhood
of Ilallroad Trainmen will run their
4th annual excursion to Salem June
5th. The state fair grounds have
been eecu.ed for the occasion, a first
class uptodate entertainment will be
The Salem baecbnll Dark has also
been secured where a good game of
ball can be witnessed. The excursion
will bo conducted by earful and ex
jiorlenced trainmen. No effort or ex
pense will be spured to make this the
most popular event of this or any
other season. No liquors will be al
lowed and perfect order maintained.
Itefrvshments served on grounds,
ample preparations mndu.for all, and
a good timeassured.
For further Information see posters
or nddress C O Louck 228 Washing
ton St Portland, Ore.
I BARGAIN DAYS I
At Wlldwood on lust Sunday at 2
V in, Mrs Jennie Spray, aged 80
years. Tho precedlgg Tuesday she
had an attack of paralyslM which at
tieradvnnced age caused her seedy
demise. Mrs Spray wus the wife of
John Spray who died at the same,
place about a year ago. She wus an
aunt of Mrs Jrsslo Thornton and
mother of Mrs J T Hunt of Wild
wood. They formerly lit 4 for many
years on 1110 uoust i arte south 01
Cottage Grove, then went to Union
county and about a year ago moved
to Wlldwood. Tlw) funeral occurred
at that placo on Monday.
Every day Is a Bargain
Day at this Urocer.v.
We've nothing to give
away but everything
to sell that Is found
First Class Grocery Store.
We've never sold you
unythlng but fresh
clean goods. Let us
.dent the conventions could not have
made a better selection of candi
dates for the various offices, than
are presented for the suffrage of the
Thus far and ample time has
elapsed since the conventions, to do
so, no charge of dishonesty or in
competency worthy of considera
tion has been made by the opposition.
When such candidates are pre
sented, it is the plain duty of all
republicans to stand firm and vote
a straight ticket, no trading is nec
If this is done by the republican
voters the whole ticket will be
elected by a handsome majority
Be fair with your candidates and
vote for all of them.
illetcalf & Morse
PHONE MAIN 65
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC,
As wo are Just
amount 01 worn
starting nnd the
so far does not
"PORTLAND AND RETURN ONLY."
Tho Southern Pacific IsjinwHcllltig
round trip tickets to l'ortlund from
Eugeno for 4 rood going Saturday
i AL, or any train of Sunday, re
turning Sunday and Mouduy, giving
a.11 day sunuay ami Mouuuy in 1'ort
land. Tho same arrangement applies
from l'ortlund, giving all Portland
teoplu n chance, to visit valley points
at greatly reduced rates." Turtles
desiring to tnko ndvuntugs of theso
rates can pay local furo to Eugone.
Justify tho paying of commissions to
agencies, wo request those wishing
work done to give It direct to the
driver or call phono ,)l.
Tub C'OTTAdK Giiovk Laiwuiiv Co.
J A, uupedge of Verhena, Ala., was
twice In the hoenital fro-n a severe case
of piles caiieing 24 tumors. After doc
tors nnd all remedies fulled. Bueklen's
Arnica Salve quickly arrested further in
flammation and cured him. It con-
uers achca and kills pain. 25o at
lorgan A llceliaut Druggist.
Geo M Cornwall, publisher of the
Lolumbia River and Oregon Tim
berman, was in the city this week
and made a very pleasant call at
the Nugset office.
Don't forget to take your meals nt
1110 r.xcnangu restaurant, isvery
ning ine nest me marKetcansuppiv
Silk Creek and Vicinity. Mny 17.
Congratulate Silk Creekltes. We
have a bunduy School In good run
nlng order again.
We feel like taking off our hats to
1110 L,ornne people nnd all those liv.
Inn on the line from Lornne to the
heeler and Owens mill for the
work they have dono on the roud,
only for tho rain more would have
Mr K.lsey lost a fine horse Inst
week, hemorrhage of tho lungs.
Mrs Shrenves of Cottage Grovo Is
spending tlio week with her father.!
Mr Martin and family Suudled at
the uurcham home.
Miss Amy Owens Is slowly recover-
ug irom ner severe illness.
John Ashby Is still
The Kane nnd Bucher families arc
very favorably Impressed with this
section of the country.
Mrs Mnmlo Mouser who Is vlsltlncr
nur pureiiia Air Run Airs single win
return to her homo In l'ortlund this
Mrs Dora Collins Is
her parents, Mr and
Mrs J Dame-
At the rate Shade Hurcham Is
digging out stumps, ull he will linvo
to do next year will be to sit on tlie
fence and see other people dig.
Messrs Percy and Bucher are saw
ing all the trees thoy come In contact
Hundreds from the Willamette Val
ley sent their vacation at North
(Long) lleucli, Washington, last
summer, anil It Is safe to say that
this popular resort of the North Pa
cific Coast will 1k) visited by many
mort this year than ever within Its
history. Tho change from the valley
to the soa level opens up an entirely
new realm of scenic charms.
The trip on the Willamette and Co
lumbia rivers, out of Portland, Is oue
long to lie rcuioinlKMvd, the UMiinl
heat of a summer afternoon lolng
tempered by a gentle breeze freighted
with tho aroma of pine trees and
k'uhhihmI with salt sea air. The
scenery Includes much that Is ticauti
f ill. leaving Portland on one of the
Oregon Ilallroad fc Navigation Coin
piwy's palatial river steamers, (the
T J Potter lielng queen of rlvernyem)
the excursionist Is curried through
Its harbor when' lly the lings of
ninny nations. The twelve miles on
the Willamette river are quickly
made. and. after saluting the govern
ment light homo, marking the lit ac
tion of the two rivers, the tioat
swings Into thcColuintilu for tho trip
down stream. The morning Is clear
(generally so from June until Sep
tember), and a mugnilleeut anil In
spiring sight meets the eye as t lie
sweep around the IkmuI Is made five
suowcnpiied s.aks. Mount Hood,
Mount AdauiH, Mount Saint Helen,
Mount Italiilernnd Mount Jefferson,
looming Into view a sight worth
traveling thousands of miles to see.
On down the picturesque river, past
villages, sawmills, llsliing fleets, miI
uioii canneries, penwuillciilur basaltic
bluffs, and pretty side-hill farms, the
bout pursues Its way. The majestic
sweep ot the river Is nwe-lusplrlng.
Gradually the shores grow further
apart and. scarcely realizing that
the five hours have ls?en consumed In
making the trip, the boat steams
alongside the wharf at Astoria.
One hour from Astoria, through
the fumous fishing waters of the Co
lumbia, past scores of salmon traps
nnd nets and as ninny wlilte-wlngeil
rlsh boats, land" the passengers at
iiwaco, on linker s nay, where con
nectlou for beach points Is made
with trains of tho Iiwaco Hallway &
Navigation Company, whose cars
stand on the wharf awaiting tho
steamer. North Beach, where the
surf bathing Is unexcelled, at low
tide Is from 200 to 400 feet wide,
twenty-three miles long and so com
pact that n carriage or wagon
scarcely leaves a truce upon It. Scat
tcred along the beach are hundreds
01 cottages and hotels in which sum
mer life Is an unceasing round of
pleasure from the oiwulug until the
closing of the season. The much
dreaded "Resort Mosquito Is 1111
known and no venomous snakes or
Insects are found. The thermometer
rarely goes above SO degrees In July
or August, but light overcoats, fires
morning and evening and blankets
at night am comfortable during tho
Kntes for nccoiiimodat Ions at North
Iieucli points are reasonable and vary
to suit the visitor. At Eiiropenu
hotels uud lodging houses rooms
range from twenty-five cents to one
dollar a day; nt restaurants, meals
run from twenty-flvo to fifty cents;
andut the Amcrlcuu-plun hotels, the
churges rangu from ono dollar a day
to two dollursund upwnril.
Dozens of delightful side trips may
lie taken from tho liencn into a
country of wild and picturesque
Iteuuty, quiet nnd secluded among
hills and forest, with Imntliiir and
fishing in native haunts; to the
United States Life Saving stations
uud lighthouses, cranberry farms,
oyster beds, salinoiitlshlng grounds
For particulars about the trip to
North Bench ask the nearest O It &
N agent, or send two cents In stamps
to A L Craig, general passenger
agent, Cortland, for "Restful Recre
ation Resorts" which tells all about
tho Columbia River summering
To cold draughts of air, to keen and
cutting winih, sudden changes of tern
perature, scanty clothing, iimlvo ex
posure of tho throat and neck after pub.
lie sncuklni! and slngiuu. brim: on
coughs and colde, Aallard'slloreliound
Byritp is tho best cure.
Mrs A llarr. Houston. Texas, writes.
Jan 81, 1002: "One bottle ofllallard'i
iiorenound nyrup cured me 01 a very
bud coukIi. It is very pleasant to take."
25c, 60c, 11.00. New Era Drug Store.
M. E, Judklus can take your order
for tho celebrated solid Australian
silverware and also for Mrs. John A.
Logan's popular now book. "Thirty
Ysnrs In Wusltlngton, D. C." tl
Now lor slashing Hargains in Ileadwoar. For three years we have
stood pre-eminent in Cottage Grove as Hal headers. Our values and
styles are a criterion for all thrifty wearers of Good Hats. The reductions
noted below are in most eases below ninnnfncttirers cost.
$2.25 Means here just $3.00 in other Stores
The variety of styles surpasses any tiling shown in town, soft and
stiff hats of every shade, shape find style the Goddess of Fashion has
decreed proper for Spring and Summer ol H)0 1.
At Pacific Timber Companys Store
Under Odd Fellows Hull
COTTAGE GKOVU. URF.GO.N.
STATE AND DISTRICT.
Frank A. Moore of Columbia
Dairy and Pood Commissioner
J. W. Bailey of .Multnomah.
J. N. Hart of Polk, James A.
Fiv nt I'uiiitllhi, Grant II.
Dlmti'k Clackamus, A. C.
Hough of Josephine.
Delegation National Convention
11. W. Scott of Multnomah. S
L. Kline of Benton, W. B.
Aver ot Multnomah, and
Ira S. Smith of Malheur.
First Congressional District
J. 1'. CamplH'll of Clarknuins
and J. M. Kccuoof Jackson
Second Congressional District
Charles H. Careu of Multno
mah uud N. C. Itlclmrtls of
For Congress lit. Dlst.
Second Judicial District
Douglas, Iwiue. Coos, Curry,
Ilentou and Lincoln C01111
tlrsl E. O. Potter, Judge:
Geo. M. Ilrowu, District
Sixth District, Douglas, Jose
phine and Iauc Counties,
It. A. Booth.
I. H. lllughnm.CottageGrove
I. N. Edwards, Junction
G. W. Grlllln, Eugene
G. It. chrlMinan, Eugeno
E. U. Ixv, Eugene
J. S. fillies, Eugene
II. M. Price, Hale
B. F. Keeny, Goshen
Itobt. E. Eastland, Eugeno
W. B. Dlllurd, Eugene
0. M. Collier, Eugeno
Dr. F M. Day, Eugene
Justice ol the Peace
J. W. Vaughn.
W. H. Blulr.
j Cciiii .i! hotel
Located two blocks west JJ
5 uud ono block north of S
thoS. P. Depot 5
lUW Rooms f
Well ventilated well fur- f"
" n lulled and first-class In
every particular a
-: Rates $lper day!
Board by tho week $I.R0 fj
without bed HW.GO per
week. Remember tho 1
place, Tho best tables
and tho liest beds, the
best uccoinmodutlons In
: Central fiotel
Ida E. Thompson.
Ihc Stamp ol Quality
Thcic are the magic
wotil.s that nppeiil to the
Shoe buyer. Thut's whnt
you mint uud whut you
Selz Schwab Fine Shoes
A. A. Gutter
And Cahn-Nicklesburg Heavy Shoes.
Or Stock is Complete in the nbove lines
HEMENWAY & KUKKIIOLDER.
0 ""k. rh. rPTW n
38 CHOICE LOTS
75 x 150 fcet
High and Dry,
Fine resident property,
SPARKS TO COTTAGE GROVE
5 Blocks from Post Office.
PRICKS AND TERMS RFASONAHLIi
Kayser & Huff
Next to Awbrey Building
:): :: :f: :: :r.rf
The Mining and
An old conservative Journal,
mutter In Its reading columns.
Never printed a lino of paid
Always protects Investors lii mining companies without re
gard to wealth, Inlluence or nationality. As) u! reward of con
sistent honesty of reports It has attained
A LARGER CIRCULATION THAN ANY OTHER MINING JOURNAL IN AMERICA:
fore we will send you, Tho Allnlnz and Bmclneerlnz Review oil Irlnt J
for four weeks. If you do not wish to receive It any longer nntlfv "f
Do you wish to become one of tho readers of the Risvnswt
impartial critics. There-
Wo believe our readers am the most
tho Sun Francisco nlllco bV mall.
subscription prlcu Is
If Villi wish In rniiHmm II tl,..'
$3.00 a year, pUiKiaicl, or '
TUB BOHUMIA NUGGET ANSMVf?!!
Address TheJMiningand Engineering Revjew
422Montgomery St., San Francisco, Cnl.'
OR BOIIUMIA NUa(lBT,;COTTAaU GROVU, ORU.