Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907, January 18, 1905, Image 5

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    Our Best Customers
Are Our Old Customers
WINCH SPHAh'S VOLIJA1KH
KOH OUK tJKOCHKY STOCK"
Out New Customers
. Become Old Customers
MKCAUSIO WIO PAY PHOiUPT
ATT M NT I ON TO Til 101 H
ohdiohs and iiivi: tiiiom
UN 10 QUA Ii MOD VA MJIOS
What We Promise You
Ca n Depend On
IF YOU NI0VI0H 11 A V 10
HOIKJIIT OF US, WIO WANT
YOU TO CONSIDKU TINS AN
INVITATION TOO AT UIOAST
Investigate Our
Grocery Department
4 Burkholdor
fTswms btottbti vz svn'n'wnt
HOME NEWS
Items of Interest in and about
Cottage Grove nnd vicinity.
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Newton, tlm prlncL ill lii'turors.
llr. Lowe, ttcill o-optlcliili, Lugclic
Miss l.llllu l'ultcrsniiol Hugoiic vis
ited the city tin' MrHt of the week.
Mr mill Mrs lien I'lioher of Wild-
wood ire spending a few days In the
city tltts week.
A very ncut Cottuge U Is'lng Imllt
on tlm Kinix lilll l.v Wm. Hart for
Mr. I'rniik llnyos.
Tlm niiimu'lit tlutl Is most lined on
the street this with l. "Kid yon
know Nl'WtOII wiih coining'.'"
David Ivy came up from Kugiiiio
whore lio bus Ui'ii miller the doctor's
cure for liml Injury to III" liiinil while
lit work lit tin- Vt'HiivtiiH.
Mr. .los. Whuilor nnd wife of Win
cousin, arrived yesterday nil the :i p.
in. train anil are the guests ol his
sister, MrM. tliiiiillton Veiiti'll.
.Mln Hilda ' Mills of Vancouver.
Wash., who Iiiim lieeii spending sev
ernl weeks visiting Mth Hoy Welch,
departed on Thursday for her home.
Ii. II. .McDonald who wax driving
tlio VcritivliiH mine's freight team un
til taken off for the winter Iiiim gone
to work on the I'rlni'ville wiikom
ronil.
Sir. 1". W. ls)ouey of Jefferson Im in
tin' city with ii vluw of disposing of
HOinn of hit line Jersey cowm. Thoy
lire snld to lie mining the best In the
stale.
James Pitcher, brother of Hen anil
OharleM Pitcher, roturneil Monday
from Nome, where he U Inten-Mteil In
u mining company he will return In
the spring,
Mr. (!. A. Jones, of Ainery, Wis
consin an experienced hotel mail Iiiim
purchased tho Imperial Hotel anil
will have, nothing lint llrst class
while service In tho Iioiinu.
Van Allison recently pnrchiiMcil tho
lot on Main struct next to Lewis'
Htoro anil Is erectliiR a building, when
completed (leo. Comer will remove
thero with IiIm harnoMM Hhop.
Wit,
Kim,
I. ogle,
Laughter.
Common Honso will ho tho feature
of tho owning, February It, when
Nowton comes.
Mosdamos Whcelor, Mart. DeHpaln,
Itandolph and Caldwell returned on
tho overland Friday nlRlit from
Junction City whore they had been
u attendance upon the Co. TiiHtltuto
of the W. O.T. I'.
Tho Wynne Hardware Coiniiauy of
thin city tiled Its nrtloleH of Incorpor
ation Saturday. Tho Incorporators
nro 11. 1". Wynne, I,. K. Wynno and
W. A. I litigate. Tho iHcoinpany cap
italized for $10,000.
A reward will bo paid for auy In
foniiatlou regarding tho whoro
nboutwofthu following partloa: J.
0. Forrester, formerly of Cottngo
drove, Oregon; (leo. L. Morgan, for
merly of (Springfield, Oregon. Ad
dross: 0. W. Urlossloln, I east llth
street, Hugono, Oregon.
Mr. J. II dross ami son, dims
O i'ohh and wife, also Mot. Mary
Htrangaud dauRhtei'.Cora, i.nd MIhh
Magglo Nhlnn, all of llandon, Ore
gon, arrived In Cottngo Orovo a few
ilnya ago and expect to make HiIm
thole future homo. Mr. dross Im tho
fiithorof Mm. A. W. Kline, of this
jilace,
Cottage drove continues to (row,
despite the whiter season.
On TliurHilay before Judge lliimll
ton at ItoHchurg, the Injunction
raw ugslnst the m-Iiqo! directors will
Mitrli'.!. Whether the Injunction Is
granted ur not tho High .School will
nnilmilil. '' iiitiuuo open.
The i oliai l-rnve IiaiiiI will give
a concert from s tin u p. m. Friday
night January. LDtli. It Isfrccoxcopl
100 scats reserved at 10c each to pay
exH'iiw. After the concert, iIiiiicIiik
will he IihIiiIkoiI til till midnight.
Ticket to dunce COc.
.Mr. Connor, MIhh LUiln orpunl
mid Minn Palmer nccoinpnnlrd liy
Miimhth. Mrdloy and Palmer, hoarded
tho 1 p. in, train last Friday for
Junction City where they contented
for a nllver medal that Maine evening.
MUh Palmer wan HiicceHsful. In win
ning the medal, MIhh Orpunl living a
clone mm'oiiiI: kii eloMe hiihvd that It
wbm a very dlllleult tiuk to dechle.
MImh Orpunl Hecured inn of MIks Wll
tnnl'M white rlhlxin liookHim a prlre.
Tho party returned to Cottage drove
on the overland the Maine night.
Resolutions.
Win:ni:tB, One I 'rank JamcM In now
a uieinlMT of u theatrical troop and
giving public exhibitions throughout
the country, and
Wiikiikam, The Telegram, n paper
that prldi'M Itnelf a tn'lng one of the
great dalllea of the Stnte, publlHlies a
lengthy article, lauding before the
public the tunny aHMiiiueil accompllHli
incntH of the Maid Frank James dwell
ing on his beauty, bis daring i1ccIh'
his liorseinanHhlp, etc., ending up by
calling him tho man who never broke
bin promlHO, showing him up nun
great man to the young boys of today
mid
Win:unH, We the members of
Appomatnx Post No. Ill, knowing this
mnn at one time to be a wicked, iIcm
erato crlmtnnl.dtHregarillngthe laws
of dod and mnn, aHHoclatlug himself
with and sometimes leading one of
the moat noted dCHperato Hot of bri
gands, criminals, munlerorM, robbers
and law breakera known In the his
tory of this country. Thereforebo It
Kkhoi.vkii, That we the mem
ber h of Appommutox Post No. 31, In
regular meotlng assembled, ilo heroby
condemn and exprcsH our dlsup)iro
batlou agnlnHt tho Telegram and
othora pnpora having published Hko
nrtloleH, and bo It further
' lti:sol.vr.n, That a copy of these
resolutions lie spread upon the min
utes of Appomattox Post No. .14, d.
A. It., Oregon, and n copy bo sent to
the National Tribune and to tho ad
jutant General of Orogoii.tuul a copy
to tho lloliomla NtiRget of Cottugo
drove,
Tho foregoing resolutions wore
adopted by Appoinottax Post No. ill,
(I. A. It., Oregon, at Cottage Groo,
Innuary ll, 1005.
. II. WIM.AMI,
Com.
STOMACH THOUUliKH AND CON
STIPATION. "Chainborlaln'a Stomach and
Llvor TnliletH nro tho best thing for
stomach troubles and constipation I
have ever Hold," says .1. It. Cullnmu,
a druggist of Pottcrvlllc, Mich. Thoy
are easy to take and always give sat
isfaction. I tell my customers to try
them and If not satisfactory to come
back and get their money, but have
never hnd u complaint." For sale by
Tho Modern rimrmaoy.
1,01)0 Ii INSTALLATIONS.
At; W. ol A. Innlnlln Olllccm and Has a
Itoynl flood Time.
Hlrene Camp M. W. of A., which
iiiL-ntM In the Grunge Hall eight tulles
south of the drove on the CoiiMt fork
road hail a public Installation of
ollleers Hat unlay. January II. A
party connlstliig of (leo. Comer, I-cc-Hoy
VoiidM,Mnlley Miller and deorge
and i liarli'M Tii'tcrs went out from
ho drove in help with tho Installa
lou, Comer acting as Head Coimn'
and WhoiIm hm Chlof Foreslor. The
liiHtullaMon wiih earrjeil out In.-fore
dinner, and nay the uioxt lutelCHtlug
pint of the iIii.vh dolu'H wan when the
ladlcH eotniiiemeil to unload iIImIi
pan. boilers and thin. The writer
Im a regular Methodist nreacher fiu
yellnH legged rlilekeim and ho wound
up i'.v eniing a piece each of four
IHTiiieul kbnlH'if pie. Hay! The ladles
of thai neighborhood don't need
any Ichiiiim on cooking from Mrs.
Ilolin-r, of llitstoii fame. The Col.
Inge drove roiitlllgflitH Were awfully
ashamed of deorge Comer and we
firmly believe deorge ilhln'l eatiiliy
bii:akfiiNl ho he emild loud up. After
dinner a splendid program was ren
dered, InlerMperMed with HelcetloiiH
on vliillu and organ liy Mr.AlK' Hiimll
ami wile. Alter the regular program
wiih Unladed, the 1 1 id r 1 1 lit ti , Mr. A.
Powell inaile ti guoil talk on SI. W.
uf A. ordei and wound up by Haying
thai he nut Iced several old wheel
horKCH of the 1 1 range prcMent, and iim
he culled I heir iiniues, several re
Hponded with neat Hhort HNfches
Him whig that they are mull Who keep
punted and abreast of the times.
There are twenty eight members of
Hlrene i'miii and the newly liiHtallcd
ollleerH are us follows:
A A. Kelley, Venerable Consul,
din. Sutherland, Worthy Advisor.
I . T. Miller. Hunker.
J. A. Powell. Clerk.
Arthur Whltlock, llHcort.
W. V.. Nuwell, Wiitchmuii.
II. It. Mcllce. Sentry.
A. S Powell. Manager.
God, to lllrn veglvo thanksand jiralso
for the ciiactmntit of the local option
law. Therefore be It
ItcMOlved, that It Im the work of
each union to Increase the sentiment
for the law mid guard Its preserva
tion. llesolved, that we heart Illy ap
prove of the nntl-ciiiilceti law and de
slie It bo fairly tUHted, and deprecate
any attempt to change or iccul It.
1llllHi: II. JOIINMON,
I,oi ink A. Iri'.us,
Ml.NMl; f IIAMIIAI.I.,
Coinmlltec.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
woNi)i:iti"UhS'i:itvi:.
Is dlNplayed y iiiany n mnn endur
ing pains of ncclilnlitnl Cuts, wounds,
llriilMCM, liuriiK, Healils, Mora-reel or
stiff Joints, lltit there's no need for
It. Illickleli'i Arnleit Halve will kill
the tialu and cure tlm trouble, it h
the iHwt Halve on earth forPiles, too.
5e. at llenson h Phariiiaey.
POWDER
St.W. A. Installation.
Cottage drove Ciillip, No. Wl
Modern Woodman of America, lii
Htallcd Its ollleers on Tuesday night.
They were: Idtoy Woods, v. e.
deorge Kweii, w. a.: C. W. Wallace,
clerk: W. A Johnson, banker; Iv. It.
I.acky, ewort; Hoy Schrleve, watch
man: Joseph iNoreulk, sentry. .lUHt
at the close of tho cureiuonloH iiiany
of tho Itoyal Neighbors arrived. A
splendid lunch was provided mi l a
general good time was had for some
hours.
Eastern Star Install.-iliun.
The regular mi-ctlng of the Knulcru
Star was held on Friday night at
which time tho following ollleerH
were Intlalled:
Mr?. Kathleen Wood, Worthy Ma
tron.
W. S. Hoimctt, Worthy Patron.
Mrs. Jcnitto Hosenls-rg, Associate
Matron.
MImh (Vila Lurch, Secretary.
Strn. Ia'iiii Lurch. Treasurer.
Mrs. Clara llurkholdcr. Conduct-
ns.
Mrs. Ilvn C. Wheeler, Associate
CoadiictrcHs.
Mrs. Maggie lliind, Chaplain.
Miss Anna Oglesby, Marshal.
Mrs. Annie Hurt, Adah.
Miss Lillian Hart. Ituth.
Miss l.lllle Lurch. Ksther.
MIkh UertlmTalt. .Martha.
Mrs. Lucy Lea, F.loctn.
M im. Olivia Dtkln, Warden.
Itro. .1. .1. Giles, Sentinel.
Miss Neva Perkins, Organist.
After tho Installation ceremonies
ami regular business were concluded
an clegnnt lunch was served and all
enjoyed the event until a late hour.
Needles
We are able to fit any sewing ma
chine with needles. On July 1, we
will give away a Charter Oak No. s
Hteel range. A ticket given with
every 11 rnsh purchase.
Wvnvk Hnw. Co.
Wcmcns Relief Corps.
At the meotlng of tho Womcns Ite-
llcf Corps on Saturday alternoon the
following ollleers woro Installed:
President. 'Mrs. (;nrrle Lane; S. V.,
Mrs. Sarah Duncan; J. V., ltoxlun
Cnmmlngs: Treas., May llolgate;
Guard, Ida Thompson: 1st color
bearer, .Mary Dickey; I'nd, Jennie
Uothburn; :ird, Alice Powell; 4th,
Sarah Morris.
(1. A. R. Installation.
Appomattox Post No. :il, d. A. It.
on Saturday lustullcd the following
ollleers:
d. W. Mcltoynolds.communder; W.
II. Harrison, I, V.; It. Grlllln. J. V.
Win. Dickey, (J. 51.; II. C. Diltton. Ad-
Jutmit; Daniel Woods, Surgeon: ueo.
riiouipson, Guard; Win. II. Hoot, S.
M.
W. C. T. U. County Institute.
The County Institute of the W. C.
T. IT. was hold nj Junction City last
Thursday and Friday. Delegates
of all the unions with the exception
of Saginaw woro present, and a rous
ing good I lino was hold.
On Thursday evening tho v, C. T.
U. of Junction held a social at tho A.
O. II. V. hall which was attended by
about 75 Invited gucstH. The evening
program consisted of addresses by
tho president of the .1 unction City
union and Itev's. Gardner and Uric
sine; n paper by county president,
Mrs. Wheolerl Good muslo was fur
nished by the choir. A piano solo
was glvon by Miss linker.
The rest ol tho evening wan dovot
ed to merry games and conversation,
and a general good time was had by
all.
1'he following resolutions were
adopted liy tho W. O, T. V. at Junc
tion City, Janunry 100.":
We, the Lnno County W. C. T. I,
renfllrm our conlldonco In God and
the Until triumph of our cause; bo-
causa light must provnll since Uod Is
iti:v.
CAIILISLH I'.
L. L. D.
P.. MA I IT IN
Of Wnverly, Texas, writes: "Of a
morning, when tint urllng, I often
Hnd a troublesome collection of
phlegm which produces a cough and
Is very hard to dislodge ; but a Hinall
(piantlly of llallard'H llondioiiud
Syrup will at once dislodge It. and
the trouble Is over. I know of no
medicine thul Is eipml to It, anil Ills
so pleiiHiiut to lake. I can most cor
dially recommend It to all persons
needing a medicine for throat or lung
trouble." The Modern Pharmacy.
NORMAL NOTES.
entered
Mirni McKiy of Aidiland,
erhool Monday morning.
Slim Warfield, of Kiigcne in viiiting
Mies Kiiykemlnll of the Normal depart
ment Mm. Dempttcr lias Ik-cii called to
Kllcnsbiirg on the account of Illiiecs of
her daiij4htcr.
Mis. ltrown was calleilto Wiiichetter
last Friday on niyoiiiil of tlielllneM of
her iif'til aunt.
Tho ilnskct ball team is preparing for
thuttsuie with the Cottage drove High
Hrhool team next .Saturday.
The Horace K. Turner Art Kxhibit
will Is; here under the nnnplccs of the
school February 8th to llth.
Humiliations next week. This closes
the week of the first tcmeetor. The en
rollment is growing rapidly and stveral
aro expected to enter at the opening of
tho new term.
President Dempster attended the
educational convention in Portland last
Saturday, the object of the meeting was
to arrange for an educational congress
to he held during the Ix-wia and Clark
Kxpoltlon.
Drain Ore. Jan. Hi. The rccoptiou
given by the henlor clan to the faculty
and rtudent! on last Saturday evening
was a very pleasant air.iir. After a pro
(rani of music, recitations and games a
dainty luncheon was served liy the
iiiemU'rs of tho class.
Captain ltoswell visiti the school
Monday and ollered the following prif.es :
Five dollars for tho best reader in the
Normal department; two dollars and a
half for the best reader in the Troininr
department and two and n half for the
best descriptive letterabout Drain, ojs'n
to Ifoth departiucnts.
Absolutely Pure
HAS NO SUBSTITUTE
Mary, The float, and the Yoiinj V(an.
Mary had a little goat that always
hutted In,
Arid .Mary Inula nice young mun, nn ,
he hnd lots of till j
For diisollne call at the Modern
Pharmacy. ,
Well the goat sneaked up on tho .
young mnn and landed him one I
day
Now he Is buying stuff tit the New ;
lira Drug Store,
Just to drive the pain away t
Hpokksiiiavk !
LIKCU'S
LURCH'S
1-2 REG
PRICE
ON A Liy
Bovs
For a ipilck lunch the Exchange
Itestauratit Is the place.
Men's
CLOTHING
Ladies', Misses' and Children'
ready-to-wear Garments less
than actual Manufacturing cost
As this is for 30 days only we
beg you to call early for your
selection.
LURCH'S
LURCH'S
Ha; Contest.
Voting on the Flag contest is begin-!
nlng i'n earnest and there is likely to Im '
iiiiitu n strife betHeen several of the or
ganizations lwforo it is finished. On a
majority of tiie votes cast the guessing
is overlooked.
Tliu one who guesses the nearest V
the total votes cast for a society will rt-
celve$.V) und K0 moro will Jba divide.1 1
among tliOM) next up.
The vote Tuesday noon stood : '
High School 0;
Metlioilisls 05 1
West Side School 138 j
M. W. A 1041
d. A. It m
(). O. 1' 12
I
W. O. W
K. O. T. M
W. It. C
Lndlcs Circle W. O. V.
K. of P
Junior Forests
II. T. II
Christian Kndeuvor.
9'
111
05 ''
o;
8.". i
4
ASK
FOR
THIS
FLOUE
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iFimiDMin'!
l, . Avjn
flP-nN-'
'2 nr'ttUM
v5 UP s-wg
J
K HAHIUNG & HANSEN;
rrrrier rcrmt nirrnu s
Total - 13H7
It Is iimlerstooil a large number of
votes aro being held tmck lor tin
purpose ol lesruiug nhkh orvanixa
tlons will take tho lead.
SAVED FHOM TF.Itltllll.li DF.ATH.
1'he family of Mrs. M. L. Itobldtt
of llargerton, Ti saw her dyiug
and were powerless to save her. The
,iifi.it ul-ltirnl iiliVHleljiiiM mill everv
reiniily il'ed, flled, while consuinp-
tlon WIIH siowiv tiill.sureiv lasiug
her life. In tills terrible hour Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion turned despair Into Joy. The
first bottle brought immediate relief
and Uh continued tl-e completel.v
cured her. It's the must certain cure
In the world for all tliroat and lung
troubles. (Jimrnnteo-I Itottles ."sn- ami
$1.0U. Trial Ilottles Free at Hensou'.-.
Pliarinaey.
smmwmmmmmiiniriiiiiniiiiMiiiininiiiiiiininfinniiK,
Hardware
CHAMItl'ltLAIN'S COI UH ItUM
F.DY AIISOLUTi:i.Y HAlt.MLliSS.
Tho fault of giving children medi
cine containing injurious substances,
is sometimes moro disastrous than
the dlM-iiMO from which they are But
tering. Kvory mother should know
that fliainbcrlaln's Cough ltemrdy
Isporfivtly safe for children to take.
It contains nothing harmful and for
coughs, colds nnd croup is unsur
passed. For sale by the .Modern
Pharmacy.
Found.
('. Utilise has found some money.
The pcrsou calling at the First Na
tional Hank and describing tho same,
cnti get It by pnylng for this adver-tlsomont.
"Stores and Tiii,vari
ipicaltui'al Implements
I'hnvs. M nvcr- an I it ik". Sole agents for the celebrated
MILBURN WAGONS
Full Stock of Mining .Supplies.
i Piper & Van Denbura
CI.I.MATIC CUItKS.
The influence of climatic conditions
in the cure of consumption is very much
overdrawn. The poor patient, and the
rich patient, too, can do much Uatci it
home by proper attention to food diges
tion, nnd n regular use of (ivruian
Syrup. Fito expectoration in the1
morning is niada certain by Herman
Syrup, so Is a good night's rect and the i
absence of that weakening coutih ami
debilitating nittlit sweats. Restless
nights and the exhaustion due to
coughing, the greatest danger and dread
ol thocoiistmiptivc. can lie prevented or ,
stopped by taking Ocrmttn Syrup liber-
ally nnd regularly. Should you be able
to go ton warmer clime, yon will find
that ol the thousands of consumptives
there, the few who ore benefitted and
regain strength aro those who use Ger
man Syrup. Trial IiuUIlc '.'7c ; regular
site, "5c. At all druggists, darman
Hemenwny
iUuuumminUiiuuimJlUiliiiilliliiiliilili JIWIWUIUMK
Imper
a Ho
tel
First-class in Every R.espect
r i .
,JAS. II. POTTS GEO. W. McQUEKN
I'ltortttETOIW OF
TheFashion Stables
yj?SpfsSu. A,0 0FFICE op r,,li
jSl Bohemia fttul Black Butte Stag e
TERMS BY DAY OR WEEK
REASONABLE FREE
BUS TO AND FROM ALL
TRAINS v v V
First Class Turnouts,
POTTS & McQUEBN -
or
COTTAGE GROVlv, ORE
Griffin &
Till: CFTTINd QUALITY
of any tool Is always a dsslrable
one, but of eiiuiil Importance Is the
power of retaining this quality so as
not to require too frequent sharpen
ing. Ily making your purchiiMW of
the drillln & Veatch C'o. you
m-elve your money's
best quality of tools and cutlery ol
properly tempered steel that Is sure
to hold an edge.
always
worth In; the
if
C. A.JONES,
Sole Proprietor
TAILOR MADE
SUITS
TO ORDER
I I 1" It I A' ATM ; ; g
&& HndliilanilSiinitariiiiu'I
una
All Hie latent troatuients.
At The Lowest Prices ft'i I
Veatch Go.
Clothes Cleaned, Pressed
And HciniVed l or
$1.00 I'KR MONTH.
liKO IsiHILMA.N
KI.KCTUICTV, KTC.
Nn rouUKliMM cawi taken.
Twiiks rmnoiwlily.
for furllisr larllruUr aililrnM
',) Dr. II. C. HOIIIiHUl'
1 I