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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1905)
BOHEMIA NUUClliT PUBLISHING
Win. B. Root, Editor and Manager.
Entered l th pntUoflleo at ColUiW Urovo
uiTfjon M ceoiiu ciiui niAii mmior.
0 montliH $t.0
1 year M.r0
IK inonthH ?-'.i
If paid in advance.
riUSrAPKR lukcuton niont K. ('. I'tikf'i
Ailvurtlnins Atronrv. ti ml 6S Merchant !
chumre.snn Krunelnoo, t'ulHornln. wliorccnn
rcL rr advertising en le mmlo lor it.
The Hoheinlft Mipsvt one year
vlth any one of the following pub
Mentions one year for amount net
Pacific Monthly ?'-00
Weekly Oregonlun (Pott l;uul) ?'J.."0
Weekly J ouriuil f Portland ) $ -'.00
Wednesday. June 28, 1905
The creamery will surely come,
so those that know say. We hope
so, for it will not only be of great
beneht to Cottage Grove directly
but also to the country around as
well. Every new business that we
can cet to come into the town will
help to bring other businesses.
It seems too bad that in every
community we have men who will
make brutes of themselves through
drink, and when their friends and
families rise to try and protect them
from themselves, our laws are such
that they can do nothing but wreak
vengence on the destroyer, who
smiles and . continues his work,
happy in that it adds pennies to
net lie their accounts dm ing the f ur
Many liiues- will be brought in
for that time thnt will luive to ;;ive
up when the fair is over .for net so
in. my run cxif-t .under normal con
dition?. The tendency to a super
ficiality, to irerelv elnnco nt things,
the desire to ninko pleasure days for
their quests for so Ion- a time will
make it hard to get back to steady
The eloquence of tho negative side
was so overwhelming that the
judges could rot help but deci le
that the points were in favot of tho
The next meeting will be held in
two weeks nt which lime oilicers
will be elected for the next six
or Com v i:urK Nti I.omir, j
IK'mko' o- ristutmrs, J
WhIiIiisIoii, Juno 1 !, 'id. '
In the state of the .State vs. Geo.
L. Stidham, charged with illegal
voting at the Cottage Grove city
election last April, the demurrer to
the indictment was sustained and
the case resubmitted to the grand
John qchafer, who hired a rig nt
a local stable and left it at lioseburg,
and incident all v took an overcoat
longing to James Pott
guilty to a charge of petite larceny ,
was scntinccd last Fiiday to serve
one month in the county jail.
Edward L. Haff and A. H. Col-
well, partners as Ilaflf M Colweli,
plft"s. vs. KUa Wall deft. To ic- 1
cover Money. Muiley A: Johr. o ii
for pliT. Woodcock A Potter lordvft.
The following jurv was draw n. I
inklin Jackson, I M. Wv.teh
RoM. Gross, I N. llembree, U.S.!
i'ton, T. W. Pool, Henry Spores, j
M. Shelly, S. A. MeKav, Win I
. Mooney. Jury brought in a ,
verdict for defendant without dam J
1). T. AWIIRKY.
Attangements are being made to
fill your application for rainbow
tro.it which will be delivered at
Cottage Grove by Bureau of Fish-
cries cars within 40 days. Please
indicate by return mail on the
accompanying card your readiness
to teceivo the fish.
Have ready on the depot plat
form placed for an immediate trans
fer of the fish when the train stops,
clean cans or other vessels, each
holding not less than five gallons.
Kiunigh cans should be provided to
hold no gallons.
Geo. M, Bowkr..
The rainbow trout that woip to
arrive in about three weeks for Tom
Awbrey will bo hero Thursday nfler
noon. Parties who have arranged
to take 1'nh must bent the tram,
wnii eu an vessels Holding noi less
than 10 gallons each, to teceive
iUatie by Strong iSt Garfield
larrantecl , DJon Aqua
- $ 7.(H)
:is many Water-proof
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7 inch Top
10 " "
17 t "
No oilier boot has
i 1 i 1 daughter, Mir-s l uiee, who will
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remain mere icr some lime visum
with friends and relatives.
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business .Mommy mom- iit'A
accompanied by Lis ' hA Vi
DO IT TO
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Mrs. II. B. Pills and fan.ilv
tuiday fer McMinnville.
How are you going to spend C. L. Pipes uud son ..f Nemaha
your 4th this yaar? Wheu you j werj in the city Moudiy.
have the best time of their lives, it'! . eln):if"' Jr
.u-.. 1:1 : t .t. 1 n ;n the guest of ma
lucy Hike iiuuc jcl iuciu uiiic t:. i .
they can stand, but get them to s
understand that there are always An adjourned meeting of the
some sick people, some with nerves, 1 coiuicil was held last evening t.
and some with ideas of a celebration ! cn sota; unfinished business.
of our Independence day other than
by noise and roar. If you want to
know where to go, wbat to do, what
to get look for the advertisements,
that is what they are for.
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1 owr it t' German 6vmi. '
JTh? tii:!e-w.m iujir.iction, " NVver put
c :f 'lit to-iaorii-w vh.it mu e.in do lo-
of Junction City ! d.iy," is now .o:tt-iv!J j.u:vut t i.i '.hi.
fatlmr f ir . tVV I f"ri;1 : " Po i to-l.r. i" That is thv l---
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The Mitchell trial is progressing
slowly, a great many witnesses,
many documents and papers beiu
Drought in evidence, lue case
lraws gteat attention not only be
cause the Senator hasbeen before the
public so long in their service, but
the enormity of the offences alleged
and the people involved. A very
sad thing is the fact that the Sena
tors own partner Judge Tanner has
been compelled to testily agaicst
him, and it has evidently greatly
worn on him.
From all the evidence it certainly
looks as though the Senator was
very guilty, and that not only has
this been a great crime worked out
in the last years of a long life de
voted to public service hororably
and devotedly, but that in his early
life he was not as honorable, and
seems to have tried to live down
his past in coming to Oregon, but
the old saying seem to have been
true, your sins will find you out.
If the Senator is guilty he should
suffer, hard as it seems. Better be
straight all the time, first and last.
The steel range given away by
the Wynne hardware company will
be disposed ofjuly ist. Letter
have some tickets and stand a
chance of securing it.
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Monday evening the regular meet
ing of the Epworth Forum was held
in the Methodist church. Many of
the members were present and a
splendid program was rendered.
The principal topic cf the evening
was a debate : Resolved that the
Lewis and Clark fair will be benefi
cial to the city of Portland. Affirma
tive Gertrude Burdick, J. I. Jones
Negative Rev. Grant Stewart, an:
J. M. Isham. Judges Mrs. J. I.
Jones, Jeshie Berg and Eber Brown,
The aflirmative brought forward
as its chief points the benefits de
rived from a moral stand, the recent
cleaning up of Portland's politics
from on education, the instructive
value of the exhibits, the now ideas,
the broader scope from a financial
value, the money brought and spent
in Portland, the influx of people to
the state for investments after seeing
the beauty and worth of the state,
the possibility of increased trade
with the Orient.
The negative not only contra
dicted the point abovo, proving that
while Portland had a moral cleaning
ap, the fair was bad enough to
leave a pretty hard impression on
the minds of visitors, the saloons
and rough joints at the entrance to
the fair, the irte drinking booths
within, the grafts being worked.
The financial depression after tho
end of the fair would more, than
counter balance the gain from money
left in the town, tho building left
vacant, the firms that would have
goods left on their hand3, the many
firms that would not bo able to
It was a h u e tak, to undertake
the cure or such a bad ease ol ludney
dUease, as that of (.'. F. Collier, of
Cherokee, la., but F.leetric Litters did
it. He writes: "My kidneys were so
far pone, I could not sit on n eh.Jr
without a cushion; and suffered freni
dreadful backache, headache uud de
pression. In hlectne Bitters, how
ever, I found a cure, and by them
was restored to perfect health. 1 rec
ommend thits great tonic medicine to
all with weak kidneys, liver or
stomach. Guaranteed by Benson's
Pharmacy. Price 50c.
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k,t : h. c;..-v of l-.itij; trouldt-.
JNcW trial i-'.t:v.-i, .'.e ; regular tiu;
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LANDRETII Gcoige Landreth at
the home of hia sister, Mrs. Harvey
Crow, of Lorane, on Monday June
2Cth of paralysis, at the a'e of
Mr. Landreth was on old and re
spected gentleman, and esteemed by
all who knew him. He leaves two
brothers and two sisters to mourn
The funeral services took place
yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock at
the Lorano church. Iiey. Beatty offi
ciating. At 3 o'clock the Grangers
held tho last rites of the order over
IiYING OF FAMINE
is, in ita tariiieuts', like d.yiu;r ofcuii
sumj.tion. The progress of cnnsiiinp
tii!i. from tho beyinninK to the very
end. is ;i Ioiif; torture, butli to victim
and friends. "When I had eonsunip
1 1 'ii in Its tii-t staw," w rites Win.
Myei, of Ceaifoss, Md "after trying
different mcdieinesand ayood doctor,
in vain, 1 at last took Dr. King's New
Piscovery, which ijiiickly au i per
fectly cured me. I'roinpt relief and
urc cure for cousin, colds, sore
throat, bronchitis, etc. Positively
prevents pneumonia. Citiaranteed at
lletison's ilrnr slcjre, price ,".oe and )
a bottle. Trial bottle free.
came to Il'ii'.'-n
found on o 1 1 1 ri.e
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f.'ave I i 1 ni ee I i
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CIIOIC!' l-KI.'ITS !'K!I! SODA
Full Line of CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Ilazlcwootl Ice Cream
L. C. HUTCHINSON. Proprietor
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up Grave iiii'
Rctticnibcr thi ( :i :!, i t
drawing for the st-.-cl 11:;
the Wynne Ila i'iwar. Cun; jn
store will take pi ere.
1 M Hardware I
1 M .Qfnvmv .mil Tmvrn 1
PATROF-IIZC HOME VORfC
Hie C.G llraiid a Slraiglii 10c Cigar
HOHKMIA, A CKXr
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One door crisL of Met calf V Ihiuul
WANTED Mill and yard men
by the Booth Kelly Lumber Co. at
Coburg, Oregon. Good wages' and
A I5AO SCAi'.K
und ltakes. Sole agents for
Full Stock of Mining S!iplies.
iomeiia.v yen w ill et a bad scare.
when you fe I a puin in your bowels.
and f.-ar ai.p lulicltis. .Safetv lien in
Dr. Kind's .New Ut'o Tills, a Kiireeure,
for ili bowel and Htoinach dUea'i-K,
Hiiclias headache, biIliousue8s;costi r
nes, etc. Guaranteed at Iienson'a
riiarmacy, only L'.lc. Try thorn.
A Sad Accident-
A 1 . .
vnarew riuearu, a young man
of about 22 who has been workii
at the Booth-Kelley mill at Saginaw
was killed Monday morning while
felling a tree. The tree ou which
he was working, as it fell struck a
dead hemlock, which fell on the
young man breaking his back, and
crushing his skull, so that he died
The body was brought up to the
store of Marion Ve'ach to be em
balmed after which it was taken to
Oregon City for burial on Tuesday.
Ihe young man was a son of
Ambrose Plueard of that place who
greatly mourns the loss of his son.
-no si:cui;t about it.
It is no secret, that for Cuts, Burns,
fleers, Fever Sores, Sore Eyes. JioilH,
etc., nothing is o effective iih Buck
leu's Arnica Halve. "It didn't lake
long to curt a bad sore I had, and it
id ull O. K. for sore eyes." wrliesD.
B. Gregory, of Jlopo, Tex. 'Jm at
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Brogrammo of tho day will eornnienco at 10 a. m.,
with' a grand military and civic parade, surpaiiRing
any parade ever given in lingerie. Three Banc1.'!!
Orations by popular speakers! Sports! 1 luces!
Iliijli wire and acrobatic acts afternoon and cvrnihg.
Baeeball Chemawa vs. Kugene ! CostJy fireworks !
nowles & Gettvs
nowles k Gettys
FREE DANCE AT ARMORY
at reasonable prices.
Goods at Reasonable
Miners Tools and Anuinitions