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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1904)
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ofComlis, Hair HiiihIich, A
Toilet Artidi-H mid
Tin (iiR'.st lini' in town
p prices can not lie bcnlcn ,
DM A I? ,1 A f k
COTTAGE GROVE J
U.I II III HI).
I ,AI I'll' residence of I lia-lii'ldi-'M father
I'. M. Lumber! mi MohIi.v Creek,
I Weillirsdny IWinil Alltf. '21 til. MImh
I.iiiiInil l,umborl mill Mr. .Ii'hki Mr
I Kllilii'ii, llev. S. II. Miiihh olllclilliiK.
Alnlil liiHli'lnl deoornllomi mill
surrounded h.v many friends, MiIh
, 1 1 i 1 1 ii t r yuinur ooupm omburkeii up
I hii inulrlinnulnl sou iiiiili'r vciy
i miHpli'liiiiN I'll ell iiimI atlci'M. Atiioni;
l In1 visitors wen1 Mohhi-h .1. I', mm
' IJonr.v H. .MiKlbben of HI Helium,
liillii'i' mill hrolhcr or Ilic ur mm,
Urmidmu Nlni'iiin, Mih. A. II. Iliiiuier,
anil .MIhm, Katie Oldaknr of Kali'in
,IIhh. Ciow nl Lurniii', Mr. mill Airs
A. Kelly of Viler Crook. Mr. mill .Mih,
(I. (), Wulker of Wulker, Mih. S. II.
Miiihh ami lln MIhhch Aiimii mill
Nut tin Morss of I'nltiiKi drove.
Anionic Hii' tunny iiHcfiil anil
lii'iiiillful presents tin' following mi'
UIiihh wl, llrumlliia Hloi'iiin; klilvi h
anil forkn, Mix. t C 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I-; Id rn 1 1. Itn.v
Lambert; waicr pitcher, Stella l.ain
lii'l l ; H'l of nioiiiih, Carrli' Lambert;
licil roniii wl Mr. mill Mih. I.uinliorl;
walcr M't. lien Mi'Kllilii'ii; pickle
I'liHlor, ICilil MoKlhbcn; minor anil
1 1 1 1 1 . I'rank McKllilii'iiilmnp, lli'lir.v
McKlhhon, wl of iiIuIch anil hiillcr
iIIhIi, .1. I''. Mi'Kllifuii, M't of pluU'H,
Mi-h. Muthh; I mm I spread, .MIhh. Connor;
nodi pillow, M im. i HilnkiT; fn ncy (iill t,
Mih. K. SIik'Iiiii.
The happy couple will HOOII lll'llll
house keeping nt tli' MoKlbbon Mill.
The hearty well wishes of a IiohI of
frlciiilH will through lilt'.
Dealers in 4
$ City and Farm Properly. 5
Owlnir to nocosHiiry uhsonrc from
tliu city, tn.v pliotiiKt-apli nailery will
Ihj closed until alioitt Sept Until .
Sliiiiial'iill for Pliotos.
Family umiipN unit In-IIWiltml !
I'oit'i ii i rs 1
lllvor strii-i i "i time i .row. I
II AS SOU) A I'iU: OK CIIAMHKIt-
iiriiti.i'.i.vh cou iii iti:.n:i)Y.
I liuvi' mild Chiiinherlilili'M Collh
Itouiony fur iniiii' tliiui tui'tity vciirHuud
it Iiiik Kivon I'litlri' Hnlinf ml lull . I have
sold u pile of it mid imii i I'i'oril mi'lli I it
1 1 i ti I I y . .1 -io j 1 j McMliiucy, l.iulnn,
Innn. You nil) llml tliin ri'ini'ily 11
Kood frii'iiil with ii rniiitli or col. I. It
nlniiyK niruriln ipiirk rclii'l lllnl la pies
mil to Hike. I ur mile I iv Now '.ra llrug
Only a innilorutu nttondnncti ro
Hiillml nt lint daneine; party given ill
tlio opera house IiihI l''rnliiy even
ing. During tlio winter tnontliH ol
'till '(It lliuru uiih ccjiiti ii uocl intori'Ht
on tin) part of tlio younger sot in
tlio dunces that were nn utiuil . The
Hpirit nf Tcipsiuhoto seems nathloss
to liuvo departed from tlm mintlH of
tliu light-stoppli!,.? ffciiurntiou. How?
Ileitis of Interest in and about
Collide drove and vicinity.
NOTICE OF Fl HAL SETTLEMENT.
Ni 1 1 lie Ih lii'ii'li uhi'ii that tin
lllllliTHlKllI'll. Ilillllllllnlllll .1' wltll till'
Will atincxi'il, of tlir I'Hiiih' nl Hi'orK I
l'"rHlorIf k liaio, iIcivum-iI, Iihh illcil IiIh
llnal atToiint aH Hiirh luliulnlHtrator
In tlio Comity Court of l.ani' County, 1
Htillc of Ort'tfon. ami that hhIiI Cinirt
Iimh Hot MoNiluy. tin' l'Jth ilny of
Si'iilonilirr, t'.MJI. at in oVIopI; A. M.
of Htilil day, at tlii i nnn Iioiim- In
KiiKt'iic, l.ani' County, Siat of ort'
Kon, iih tin' iluiu anil lii'iirlnu olijir
Uoiih llicri'lo, anil the Dual t-i'ttli'-
llll'llt Ol HUllI I'Hllltl'.
AilnilnUtriitor. with tlu Will an
lU'M'il, of tlu KMtntt' of Oi'orKi' I'tvil
orli'K (iali1. iUvchhi' 1 '
.1. ('. .lllllNHIlN,
SKI .' Attorui'.v for AilialnlHtrator i
llt'CKKKN'.S AltNICA SAI.VK.
lint-hoi 'l-wiili' flnni' for niarvi'llMiiH
rnr". It "iirpiiiKi'i" nny otluir nulyr, lo
tion, niiitiiii'iit ur h.iliu for ('ntn, Corn",
llnrll", Iloilii, Kori'K. Cliiliii- IIiuhIk,
l-'rlmm, Cli'i'm, Tetter, Salt Hliuiiia,
I'Vvi'r Hoii'h, Skin Kruptiiuiii ; infallililo
for I'iIi'ii. Cure Ki'iirnutceil. Only S!5o
tit Morpia iiml lliuliaiil, Hrnglst.
Tin1 Hiilijci't for ni'xt Sitnilay niorn
Ina ly tlir piiMtor of the Mi'tlioillt
Chun'li uill be: Tlio CIiiIhIImii
l''mally:" ISvviiIiik milijwt: "Aii you
tin out who rolm lioil?"
rOlt SAI,i:-()iil kuoiI ilraimlit
lioit. lliniulri' at Wynuo llarilwaiv
3000 MEN WANTED.
To liny Ki'iiui'ily'H chain Ulit
nlnir Malaii'iit. for IthcuniatlHUi unci
all pnliiH ami lullamatlon. I'rli'i'
M ci'n I m, all ilrnjinl.st, or li.v mull
Upon iiii'lpt of prlri', wrlit !' I. Ki'ti
netly, Sniilnaw, on-Kou, for IihI of
ti'Htlmntiii'H. SatlHfui'tlou Kii'irnii-tivtl.
I'AitM i: its a -vi w.v no .v.
Wo ha vi' a larm1 Hiipply of clu-ap
luiulii'i', JiiHt what you want on a
ranch, price very cheap, uitiHt liu xulil
to nmki' room for oilier Htork.
The llootli-Kelly Lumber Co.,
li.VCUUSION UATI'.S 10 AOUINA
"On .luno IhI tlie Southern I'liellli'
Co will ri'Hinui' hiiIo of cmmiinIoii
tlckctH to Newport anil Yaipilua
Hay. licit ti hi'uhoii anil Saturday to
Momlay tlckelH will lie noIiI. TIiIh
popular ri'Horl Ih ki'ohIiik in favor
caiii year, hotel raten are tvaHonalilo
anil the (ipiiiirtuiiltifH for IIxIiIuk.
huntlnir ami xealiathlu are uucx-'
celli'il by any other ivnort on the I'll
clllc CuaHt. i
W 15 ('OMAN.
(it'licral I'uHM'iiuer At;i'lit.
When tiouliluil ith i-uiiHtipmiun try
Chiiiiilii'rlmn'H Stoiuaiii ami Liver
Tablets. They me cany to tiiku nail
proillien no Krinini; or other iiiipleimunt
eMect. I'or xale by New Kin llni Hturo
It U n grout ronveaieiu'e to havo nt
linnil rclinblu reiiieilit'i for u.e in e.iee
of iicclilciil iiml i-llnlit injiirii'H and ml
liU'iits. A kooiI liiiiini'iit ami one that
is fait heenmiiiK n fnvorite if nut nert'i
ity Is CliniiiliD'lain'H l'nin llabii. lly
apnlyiiiK it nroinptlv to a cut , limine
or liurn it allnyu tliu pain ami caunc
the injury t) heal in itbout one-thinl
the tiint usuntly riiirvl, ami ni it is
mi nntifeptie it provcatH nay ilancr of
hlnixl poiconin);. When l'nin lluliii is
licjit nt linnil a xwrniu may bu treated
bi'lnie information pet in, wliirh inturea
liipiick recovery. I'or xnltf by New
I'm Unit! Siore,
cur.Ai' i. cm unit.
We have on ouryanlH ."iO,(H)0 foot of
lumber which mint lie Hold to make
room for Ineunilnir xtnek. prlceHraiu;
lUKfrom SUM to $7.no. If you want
a barmilu come at ouco.
The llooth-Kelley Lumber Co.,
W'hi'ii the iiiautltv of food taken ix
ton laiiii) or tlio ipuillty too rich, sour
xloniaiii Is likely in follow, and espec
ially hi if the dict'stlon I ui s been weak
ened by roiislipatiiu. I'at slowly mid
not too frcelv of easily iliKestiHl food.
Mnstxcuti' the fund tlioronuldy. Let
live hours ellipse lotueeii meals, and
when you feel a fullnesx and weight in
the rrision of the stoiuncli after entiiiK,
take ('limuborlain'x Stoimlch mid Liver
Tablets mid tliu sour stunuicli nitty be
avoided. For sale hv Now Urn I'ruu
Driii; stoio .
Tlint'.s wltat tliey sav ol it, ami nlwnys of uniform quality.
Try it once ntul you ,on't want tlic "other kind."
Su et lands Famous Ice Croiuu
Known an the "ll I'. CItKA.M Ol'' IJI ALITY.
ilny hy oxproxH at
II. ISILXS, Sole agent for Cottage Grove.
IMDTP Win ii tUlllnil fiirllsliil.iliili'l (nil to cull nt HtVKTMND'4 27:1 Morrison St.,
tiU 1 14 one ol 1'ortluiiil'n II nexi ktoro.. mitt tlie heat plafojn tlio oily for u lnnch.
I loll very.
Muln No. Cm.
I lave a fall line of
Staple and Fancy Groceries
At Prices tliat are rinlit, tfive us si trial ami be convinced.
Dr. Lowe, Oculo-opllcimi, Lukimic
llazelwooil Ice cream at till' Slur.
'I'ho leadliiK braml clarH at, tin
I. II. IlliiKhain loft Wt'ilni'Hila.v for
I 'oil Intnl.
I'or iIiihiiIIiii! call nt the Modern
(ireal erowilH (iro li'iivlni? for var
Ioiih hop yarilH,
Irwin I'olrloof Lorauo, wuh In tlie
I). W. lli'imct suiulayi'il In ( 'rex-
well ami vicinity.
I,vl flour of LiMidon wax on the
('roHh criiwIlHh In wliii at the Kx-
A cool anil rofroHhliiK tlrluk, Salem
beer, at Hotel (Irahmu liar.
'I'o hhvii lime try the nxchaiiKo
lunch rooniH for mili'l; wrvlec.
Coiuluif a Inriri! aHHortmont of Htit-
lonory to tlio Modern I'liurmaey.
I'or llrHUelnHH lilarkHinlthlui; or
woodwork call on Orr, Wexl Slilo.
roi'NI). A- black MhIo thread
Klovu. Owner call at Nutlet olllco.
MIhh l'ta Saufonl Iiiih acccritoil
tliu poHlllon an hollo Klrl In the local
Win SiunilorH ami wife, of llolxo
City, Idaho, arrived on .Saturday to
vlxll Mr, I. Taylor.
Mrx. Mvrtlo Smith who linn Ix-en
xlcli for Home time, Ih able to rename
her ponltlou iikiiIu.
Win KtintK. I. A. Ilalioraml J S.
Mlluo. left Monday for llolietuta to
look over theillHtHlot.
fllci.l, f.. .tltl.l, tlllfl'tlllUJ'l' flf 1L 'J.V1
bottlo of iMTfutnery a copy of our
An MU'iy. I no Lionel ii i ii union t .
Don't foruet to take your mealH a
the Kxohmwe roHlaiirmit. Kvery
ttiltiK tin' iH'Mt the ninrkutcan Hiipplv
tf vmtr borxoH Interfere mill do not
travel rlirht. havi your Hlloclntr ilolio
at tlio Orr hlaekHinlth hhop. Went
UIxlt O. llrowne loft Wednexday
for Taconta where ho will enter the I
Hontitl IluxInoHH Colleu or that
.Mr. :. A. (Jot tin ami tlaiiKhtor
MIxh Kthel. went to the hop yard
Titcxdtiy. Will be away aliotit two
LOST On WeilnoHilay Auk. la, on
Main St. a chlld'H crocheted Milk
bonnet. Winter plenxc leave at Nut;
Anyone ilralrltiK K. Z Waxhln
TulilotHemi Kot hiiiiio by calling at
Motcair .V .Morxo M stare. Jim. . ,
Valct.tlno, Ast. ttn iai.
Waiivn Mcl'arlautl, the popultir
clerk Ih taking another innntli'H lay
off with tlio extiectatlou of ro.tln
Iiik IiIh 1 it-M 1 1 1 1.
tieo llohlman the tailor linn moved
to the Wext Hide Into hlx own build
in;:, lie will continue to make mxxj
HiiltH al reaHouablo prleex.
I'Olt SALi: Twenty-live acren of
laud for xale adjolalntr the city cor
poratloliH on the Houtli. Iuiiilru at
thlx NuKuct olllco.
Don't full to hoc the really llrxt
cluxH dramatic performanc at the
().'ra llouxe. TheSouthern Armour
Co. for throe nlKhtH.-ThurHtlHy,
I'rlday and Satiirdny.
Mih Nina (). Humphrey who Iiiih
been conllucd to her boil for xomo
time with rhoumatlHUi, wax taken to
ItoHwell SpriiiKH laxt Saturday,
From the Intent report xhe Ih Im
We are old ivxldentx of thlx portion
ofOix'Kon, having pertnanontly lo
cated In Cottage Drove and are
familiar with city, farm and timber
hniilH, Wo furnlHh the bent of refer
ence. We want you to write uh
about huxlnoHH, farins, etc. Knyxer&
Huff, Heal ICntate Aki'IIIh, Cottage
Mr. .lolin Kuyxor, wife and their
Htm .Ichm nt Summer County, Kan
xiih, arrlvetl la the city Tuoxtlay to
xponil a few daj H In vImIIIii Wtn T.
Ku.VH.ir anil family. The brother
have not met In many yearn. They
have been traveling for Home weokH
throughout the NorthwoHt anil atx
now onrouto honie, ho that .lexxo
may continue IiIh etiurxe In the
Lawrence Kiuihuh College.
1 Coftaun (Jrove has I IiIh week n
dramatic company, tho very bent.
;hmiK! or inn iiikihi.v.
I'rof. llrlKKH loft the llrxl of the
week for the hop yards. Thin Ih IiIh
Hlxfoenth xetlHon In one yard wheiu
ho liaHehnw of tho drying kiln.
Air, cliarlen I'olntH and wife, anil
.John I'olntH arrived In the city Kat-
unlay from Canton, III. to vlxlt their
Hlxtiii' Mm. a nil iin who liven on i in.
ITfteoti pooplo in the Southern
Armour Theatrical Company now In
CottaKi) Drove. Don't fall to wit the
tlirco iiorforuimiceH. Thtirmlny. I'rl
day ami Mnliinlay.
Mr. It. I). McMilllati ntul MIsh May
Mc.Mlllhin have couui from MushIIu
Ohio, mid are vlxltlmr Mr. and Mrs'
(J. .1. Miller. Thi'V will nlxo vlxlt Mth'
Win. .luokson, who rooontly bought
the merchandise Morn at Lornim.
Mr. C. II. Ilurkholdcr of the llrm
I of llcmcnway and llurkholder ro
, turnoil on WoiliioHilay from Wln-
clionler Ilny whero he Iiiih bi-oa for
. Home weekn, he Ix very much Im-
i1 proved In health.
Harry Supple former editor of the
NiiKKet and a well known writer on
injneH ami milling oxioelally of tho
I Iloliemla dlxlrlel, arrived in the cltv
Weiliionihiy mid will hooii make IiIh
annual trip to Iloliemla and write of
the linproveuieutH made xluce bin
The hup picking xeanon in now In
full hwIiik, inoxt of tho hopx are
Krown further down the valley ami
the auoatH of the tllfferont yanlx have
for the piiHt wit'k been about the
countri' xecnrlnt; picker'. 'I'liexdny
noon the north Sound train wuh
very nearly HWutnpoi! with M.'oile oa
their way to the lleldx. It in oxtlma
' toil that niorethmi one bundreil pltk-
orn have gone from Cottaijo Drove.
Oa complaint of .lumen .Mutton
W. II. Dolanty wa arronteil on the
charKe of Hteallni; Dolanty wuh
found on tho train at Lunelle ami
brought back to tho city. The cane
wan trletl beforu .IuiIko Vaunhn, At
torneyn .1. M. Ullllamn of KtiKone,
aml.l. C. .lohtiHon appeared In be
half of the State ami Attorney Mar
fcley defended the accused. The
.Inline did not consider the evi
dence Hulllclent for conviction ami
j the prisoner wuh dixchariioeil.
Deo. A, II Inei, a veteran of the
I Civil War and a iiiciiiIht of .1. W.
(ienry 1'oHt, No. 7, D. A. It., of thin
city, tiled In the Soldlerx' Home at
ltoxoburK Annum L', 1IHII, lined G-1
yearn. The deceased wuh a member
I of Co. D, I'.'th Wlxconxln. ami wuh
' admitted to the homo from Lane
'county on September 111, ltxr.1. He
leaves no known relativoH. He con
, trncted pneumonia while on it recent
vlxlt with filomlH at Lurane, in thin
county, which hantenod Ills death.
The fuurrul wan held at 0 o'clock
this morning. Interment belim mnde
i In the SoltllerH" Home cemetery nt
ItoxeburK- Kuroiio Duanl.
. I'. W. Hlninan, who has boon for
M'Vornl years a rosltlont of Cottage
Drove, bus buiicht property ut St.
Johns seven mile from Portland, nml
will make bin home there, whore lie
will enter the merchandise business.
St. Johns Is coining into prominence
I as the mnnufncturiiiK suburb of l'ort
liintl. It has woolen mills, ship yards
now building, large llounug rmllls,
threo largo saw mills with a on
' pnclty of over live hundred thousand
i foot of lumber every ; twenty-four
hours, a veneering factory and the
Government dry dock. latest report
has It that tho great packing plant,
whore thousands of dollars will be put
Into the building of a largo "almtoir"
' or beef packing house, will be looatcd
Mr. II. It. Illlln. proprietor of tho
I'earl confectionery ami cigar store
1 entertained a large ntiinlier of bin
! friends Saturday evening. Ho bail
nrotmrod an elegant lunch In the ice
cream room and nhout ten o'clock
the guentH began to gather In until
Home twenty the were seated about
tlie room. Owing to the reticence
and extreme modesty ol Mr. Illlls he
requested Attorney Markley to ax
HUtne the ilu ties of toast master for
tlie evening which ho did in a very
hnppv manner ami succeeded In get
ting "u xpeock or toast from nearly
everv one present. The musical por
tlon"of the entertainment wuh furn
ished bv I'rof. Nemety violin,
nml H. "it. Horry guitar. The ques
tion, "Who Stole the Watermelon"
wan still unsolved. Several of them
however wore consumed, the tublen
were loaded with vurlties ol fruits
and other good things. It wastruly
anenjovnldo occasion, ho naltl they
OladVH. ( cell, daughler nf 7. T. and
Horn ('oHIus, aged J years, J mini t Iim
'rhoiigh our hearts are numb with
When our loved ones, one by one
Cross the border land of heaven
To the land of endless huh.
Thomth tlx hard to still the yearn
Oil Milliard to let them go,
Hut our brave lips strlvo to utter
Ood knoWH best, tlx better so.
Home sweet ilny we'll meet to
in mat happy sinning lauu,
All our loved ones standing round I
Then Ah, then we'll understand.
Among the many Interesting things
that have ocourod at the Or gon
Mineral Springs wann baiupiet at
thotentof the.MossrsTand.v. All the
old plonverH at the time lsdng at tlie
HprlngH were Invited. UolM-rt and
Illlly Lnndy. Mm. .I tamer, .Mr. ami
Mrs. C. W. Young. Frank llrattaln.
t.'v llrattuln aiitlMlHs Mary llrattaln
all living near I'ugene Ore., all hav
ing Is'on ncipialutoil witheasch other
for a period of fifty yearn. This was
In all respects n reunion of old
pioneers who nil crossed the plains
in the early lift lea
FollowdngthlH was a free Ice cream
social given by Mrs, Hart who has
charge of the mineral Springs Hotel
In which all the villagers ol London
wero Invited, to which all responded
In mass anil about 7.80 o'clock the
spacious sitting room wan filled to
Its utmost capacity anil wiw enter
tained by Miss. Job at the piano
assisted by Dr. Uortlo anil others
wdio rendered some good music.
After which Mrs Hart announced
the Invitation to the dining room
which wuh Immediately responded to
by twenty of the older ones. The
reliant was well prepared and a
merry time was enjoyed.
There was forty one guests In at
toiitlenco ami nil so gootl humeredly
that wo wero sure there was no one
to play the part of the croaker desir
ed In this unique poem.
lierry the croaker out la the woods
In a iM'autiful hole In the ground,
Where the wood pecker jiecks. ami
bumble bee bums.
And the straddle bug straddles
3 NIGHTS 3
Thursday, Sept. 1st.
SOUTHERN ARHOUR CO.
"A Prince of Knaves."
Star Cast Up-to-date Specialties.
Friday "Somebody's Baby."
Saturday "The Spy."
Prices 25, 35 and 50 cents.
Scats 011 Sale al New Era l)n Store,
A TONOPAII LETTER.
Cottage Grove, Ore.
We left the Grove on the after
noon train July 27 and reached this
place on Sunday evening the 31st
at 9 o'clock having been delayed by
a cloud burst which covered several
miles of the Carson & Colorado,
R. R. track with rocks and mud
and washed out lots of the road
bed. To say it was a hard trip is
putting it mild. On the trip from
Sodaville into Tonopah after the
passengers helped to fix the road
bed so it was safe to go over and
we thought sure we would reach
our destination, one of the drivers
on the engine broke leaving us with
a crippled engine out on the desert
with nothing to eat, excepting a lot
of fruit in one end of the combina
tion express and passenger car, to
have seen the passengers helping
themselves to the fruit while the
IJxpress Agent was helping repair
the engine, one would have thought
thev were hall starved.
The S. 1'". Uxatntner reported
that the "passengers on the.ill fated
train had to swim six miles and
that the waters of the Nevada
desert were strewu with dead bodies
tlie number of which would never
be known." There was not a single
causulity, although a deserted
mining town ill the mountains back
of Sodaville consisting of some
fifteen or twenty houses was washed
out of existence.
On last Saturday another cloud
burst occured along the Hue ot the
C. & C. road more severe thau the
one we were in. Workmeu ou the
R. R. had just about sttcceded in
repairing the damage when another
one occured washing out the road
bed again so that for five days we
were without mail.
This is a very prosperous camp,
although just now all the excite
ment is centered on Goldfield,
Diamoudfield and Columbia about
27 miles further on where some
phenorainal strikes are being made
almost every day. One of the
latest is one lease where they are
now sacking the dirt in the road
which crosses the claim and which
assays $7000,00 to the ton. The
R. R. which has been built in here
is not near capable of handling the
business of the town, it being a
narrow gage. One mine alone hav
ing more than enough ore on the
dump to keep them going for the
next year, besides having one
hundred and five million dollars
worth blocked out.
Everything is high here common
lumber $50 per m, flour $2 60 per
sk, 50 lbs, potatoes jets lb hay $50
per ton, milk i24 per pint chickens
jt.oo each, water 2cts per gallon,
carpenters wages $6.00, per day
S hrs., miners 54-O0i clerks in store
12 to 16 hours $4,00.
E. C, Lauder.
On Sundav, September ISth, a
service In honor of the veterans of
the Cross and Pioneers of this
country, will be held at tho Metho
dist Kplscopal Church under the
auspices of tho Kpworth League of
All the veteran ministers of this
section will Iim Invited to participate
In tho exercises. One of tho speclnt
features of tho services will bo an old
fashioned experience mooting, whero
will bo related, "How wo used to go
to church nml do thlngH."
Conveyances will bo provided for
any who having none would bo tin
nlile to attend the services.
Invl'dtlom will bo sent to tho pio
neers In tho country for miles around
Yon could not buy tlic material and trim
mings of these g.'irmeuts fit the low prices we ask,
if the cost of making were left out of consideration
H When Yon BSuiltl a Jtcsidciicc
I And Want to Live
I IN IT. j
;g3 It costs no more to build ina m
1 GOOD LOCATION
mi . . . r-i t
jl nan a poor one. secure a lot m
Kayser & Huff
Next to iiwurcv u mining tfgi
NEW BORN SUITS 1
Made for a first-class man
Some say it is the face.
Some say it is the hair or
teeth, but we say it is the Suit that makes the
linnrlcnitif timn Mnteovoe w, lmi tnc(-
fgjj eeived our new Fall aud Winter catalogue from
8f M Born & Co., the Great Chicago Tai'ors.
y53; Vhita r ftnitr llAllntin n T I Inn IJ irnAitnin JrVJ
m owe ii lew mwm u uur uapm.
j & Barkholdei
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
Our List of
is very large
Improved and unimproved ftirms and fruit lands. City
property, town lots. Write for 'our pamphlet on
Cottage Grove and Lane county.
MEDLEY & MILNE