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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1905)
Hnnui r Shirt Waist
Merc. I ii'd Diamine, Mohair and Iuvns. Also a huge line of houe.i
Shiit W.u'.lv I',, si .due-; cwr slum n.
Hemenway & Burkliolder
: 11 MVMr til
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The Ilotljjc Jij; ivea period separation
of Zl nc -I, end- Ores
JOHN A. TRAY LOR
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L? va r M a W V IdnvtL' f till ..fn.'t iri 1fll J if t 4
llUJllL ilLHO Coliajjc drove and vicinity.
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Mim Mul'l (' l.lin of ('! - !!,
in visiting fiiciu!-. ia CiIl.i:e diovo.
Mrs. A. V. Kiiiio It ft Ur lim
don Friday nilit to vinit In r jinu-nts
Last week Mrs. KIliHuii of C"t
titgo (jtovo mih t nkt ii to l'tjitli'iid
to tic hoHpitid.
Miss 1 itc tt'i Wliij-p'o of Li h
AncleH, (,'nlifni is vi, tiling fiiciulH
and rulntivos in Cott;igo (irovo.
Miss Mnry lailk-r and Mih .Iidin
DuHo's of SohIHo liavo !c.n visiting
Mr. mid Mrs. W. C. .T jImis n
Mini Stella Cixldin, who hn h i n
visiting Miss Iuisy HhKius tin
past wook, ii'tnriHt I t' In r home
J. M. Williams. IVpn'.y l'r. s fill
ing Attorney for L mio and Doug
las counties of Kngriic was in thf
city over Sunday.
Among the in.ury iinptovi'iiK-nts
made in the eity lat'-ly, is the paint
ing of the honi' i, W. C. Conner.
It makes a grout iinproviMnvnt
James Ostriiinlcr wuh a pasci gcr
to Eugeim Monthly, win if he went
as n witncsH in the tihi' ol (ito.
Stodmuu, who it will ho retnemheted
voted illegally at the city elections.
Mrs. Ora Ucinenway left the city
Sunday for a visit nt Junction, after
which she will go to Turner to
attend the annual canipmeetiug to
be held at Unit phiec soon under
the auspices of the Christian church.
J. Quincy Ohtmuder, of Pay Ne
ville, MinnoHOta, is in the city and
in tho guoat of his brothers, JainoH
1 and It. 0. Ostrander. Ho will
remain about thirty days beforo his
returning and will also visit the
Lewis and Clark fair.
Some of tho boys uecm to think
they can't wait to got to tho Lewis
and Clurk fair to havo a rido on the
merry-go-round, no they havo pre
vailed on their cldora to erect ono
for them, and if you want to nee
how much fun tho boys, can get out
of the expenditure of a very few
dollars go over to tho lot beyond
Ureea ritehor's placo and watch
(.hem for a timo.
A I Ci us' nil went to Yoiituihi Snt
U l 'lav.
Mis I.nli: AVilltinl went to Al
l':ui Sunday for a few diijh visit
j w itli i hi'i t s.
Jlrs. ). C. Lucliwood ret iirnod to
J'oluinia nfur u two wteLs' visit
.with her mother, Mrs. S. L. Mnrk-
! Jert Lawson, wluis traveling for
'a faint eoneein of Portland, so
jjouino iin the city Saturday and
Mrs. C. 1' Join s, who has eharge
j of the bearding house nt Dorcna,
J fame to the city on Saturday oven
I inu'M train.
! Alona Wilhard of Albany has
j purohnspd mi interest in tho Sehmit
liroH brackMiiith shop anil will
inovo liere soon.
Mi-H Mm tie l'urvane nt rived from
(!,unon City, Nevada, last week on
account of tho soiiou.s illness of her
KNtcr, Mi". 1'llison.
Kev. (Sraut Stewart preached to
an interested and appreciative
iiudieuce in Liberty church, Lon
don on Wednesday ovenriig.
Hay (iuun who had tho mis
fortune to break his leg recently is
hopiug hoou to boablo togetarouud
nguin, bnt it is rather slow work.
Mr. Alouzo Willard and wife,
who have been visiting relatives find
friends in this city for tho past two
weeks, returned to their home ia
Tho Misses Nowland have not as
yot disposed of their entire stock of
millinery, bnt are having a good
sale, as such prices cannot help but
draw trado. Now is your time.
Hov. F. Fj. Islington and Kev.
A. M. Sweeney left Sunday night
for Tumor, Oregon, whero they will
attend the Oregou Christian Mis
sionary Convention for a few days.
On Frid iy, Mr. (I. 11 Hawkins,
agent for tho Ulaesing (Intuitu Co.
at Portland, received .. two head
stones. One to bo erected in the
1. O. O. F. cemetery west of tlie
citv and ono at Lorune,
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Millor were
visitors t Crcswell Sunday.
(Ireen Pitcher is putting a fmo
front on his residence., which will
mako it a vory nice building.
The new buck bloe.k is not going
up us 1'aBt o might bo however we
understand they aro going at it
soon and finish it right up,
A. ). Thomas has sold to Mrs.
Catherine Woods a parcel of land
in the Long & Landess addition of
Cottage drove , for a consideration
Mr. Koot is up near Uoheniia
fishing for a few days and if his
luck is as good as his old time
prowess would indicate, he will
feast the town when he gets back.
Tim piioplo on the south of the
l.ridgo hooto to be having a paint
ing boo from tho freshness of their
homes. The new walks boing laid
in that vicinity are a groat improve
ment 111 'JO.
Tho family of S. C. Counts ar
rived here on Friday from Ashluntl
to reside here in tho future. Mr.
Counts has been hero for some
mouths past and is tho scctiou fore
man of tho Southern Pacific Co.
Mrs. Frank Wheeler arrived home
Friday from Portland where .she
j has been in the hospital for some
; week1,. She is very much improved
j in health and her many friends are
Ijilnd to have her return to them.
' Mrs. Andrew .(irahntn returned
l'i oiu Pol tland Saturday niht. She
I lepi'its the fair as being .simply
lrrai, and that her pleasure was
j unalloyed, except for ashoit illness,
whit h however gave her a needed
Mini Wlsoii, who has been in the
ii viMitiitfc,' wiiti her Hitter, Mis.
' I. "till I'ytlif. I 'l 11 1 IH'il to Iter ho'l)
'111 Ou'vi'Mid, ;.ilifon,fii, Sufiiidiv
' nftt'l ti""ii . S'ie win neeoiiipatiied
: I y In 1 sisii-r. who eoulein plates a
' IMl till If.
The Merchant Protective Ass.v
; ahou of Iugei.e art- fighting the
trading stamp scheu e that has
1 be., o lilted in that city by patties
'li-'in Tiuotna. The fight will
I pin t-m-eessfuj as all ol 'he tm-r-Ich
it'ts -ire opposed to 'lie st henic.
j Mr. F. J. Hard an 1 Mr. J ilj j A.
1 Ti It 1 , tho Denver Mining Ma-
e 'neiv man, went up to .olioniia
on So t tj 1 Li . Mr. Truylor handles
a great deal of ininiug machinery
f(.r tho western country, aud from
tho fields fsrt host north way down
The Southern Pacific K. R. Co.
is goinr; to put in a 100,000 gallon
steel water tank at once opposite
the depot between the tracks. The
company's well digger was down
recently and located the place lor
the wells, and willlegin operations
soon. The wells will be operated
by a gasoline engine.
Thomas Medley and Albert Rich
mond, who have been touring the
western part of the state with mov
ing picture and illustrated song
show, returned home Tuesday
night. 1 hey report a successful
business and will start in about
three weeks for a tour through the
Coos Bay country.
It is too bud that the reading
room aud gynasium for tho boys
annot be built right away. They
need it. every family will be bene
fited by the boyn it keeps olt the
streets, and by the good it will do
them. It would not be a bad idea
if wo could get a swimming pool
close to town where the boys could
cool off, and still have a safe place
where some supervision could be
given to their antics.
Dr. Alex. Corprou lectured to the
"Men of Tomorrow Club" of the
Methodist church Friday night on
Chemistry. The boys greatly ap
preciate these evenings as evidenced
by their steady attendance and care
ful attention. Dr. Corpron gave
them not only an interesting lecture
but one of helpful and necessary
knowledge. The olde" people often
forget that boys like to hear of
scientific work aud investigations,
when put into such words that they
can understand them, and that they
often get somo little notions or ideas
therefrom 'hat later on in their
lives come out to great works and
purposes. Let tljo lectures keep
Two young uieu passed through
here on Saturday that have been
out ou a "camping trip for three
mouths. They had a couple of
saddlo horses, and three borros for
pack animals. , Thev went up
through the Siskiyou mountains aud
have had a great time, not only from
the enjoyment of it, but have been
refreshed both in strength of body
ami mind. The best 'way to get
the most of a vacation is to get off
in the mountains or country, en
tirely away from people, from busi
ness and social duties, aud give
your body a ehnnco to rebuild. One
of these young men was Mr. A. Mey
denbauer of ihllingham, Washing
ton, tho other Mr. John Hemrich. a
son of Senator Hemrich of Seattle,
A MATTER CF HEALTH
flAS tm SUBSTITUTE
LAWTON To Mr. and Mrs. Percy
Lawton, of Cottngo Grove, Juno
lil Ht( a (j pound boy.
SHi;.. To Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Shea, on Thursday morning, a
if- pound giil.
A iJttn Away
Lam Sunday evening about G
o'ehn k, Mr. J. li. Thompson und
son and Mr. ---Johnson, who had
bteii uj, ll,e Co,-.-,t Foik abt.nt four
milts, vwie coming home, a bicycle
fn,;l:t( ii d tl.i: li-.uii near tho home
ofW'iJi White, uh. nuion tl.ey ran
away. The tongue of the wagon
broke, coining it to upset and
throwing ih, m eii'.aiits to the
ground, vh,h ea if d Mr. Thomp
son a black : and a btni.-"d hand
and a bnil. ; arm near the shoulder
for Mr. Ju! i,s, ,j 'J he team was
caught at Latham.
Lugene Steam Laundry, Allison
and 1 Listings ngent-.
IklVi! Mi tcalf A" HitiM'l?
I'H inn-!!!. Phone main ('.".
You can 't .settle the trouble be
tween the Ja; s and Russians, but
you can get ice cteam at the Wave
The Wynne Hardware Company
desires to call your attention to
some things they havo in stock that
you need. For instance: Kerry
boxes, refrigerators, cream separa
tors, light and heavy wagons, bug
During such pleasant weather
and good roads a very satisfactory
way to go to I'ugene is to secure a
rig of the Fashion Stables and drive
there. Hy this method parties cau
go and return at their convenience
and not be limited to tune.
Fne team work horses and har
ness. One mowing machine.
One hay rake.
One Uaiu wagon.
One disc cultivator.
Fifty acres wheat.
Fifty acres oats standing aud
growing near Cottage Grove.
Inquire of Medley Johns )u,
That steel lange at the Wynne
Hardware Co. that will go to the
party who holds the lucky 11 umber
is a good ono and worth an effort
to secure. Drawing occurs July 1.
Ladies! ICeiul This.
Tho Misses Newlaud who have for
some years conducted a millinery
establishment in the city have de
cided to closo out thoir stock. In
order that you may know just what
they propose doing, read their ad
vertisement iu another column,-
Kugeiu- Will tVlebnito tho Itli
A great timo is promised to every
body that will come. Kvery known
kind of a good time and a noisy time
is being prepared ready for you.
That James Ostrander js agent for
the Fisher Laundry Company of
w 11 JL' JLMLV ' 52
THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TOMC.
IWtltt OF IMITATION.
the ctNuiNc rntmmo ontv av
Snllard'Snow Liniment C
BT. L OUI6. MO.
StiHt ftiitt ruouiimiunilctl by Madi.'ru I'liHiiuucy
t3 TI T50 fr
We are ready to help you
Flags! Bunting! Flags!
JRed, White and Blue.
Cottage Grove Flour Mills
man 1 i'.cTri;i:i of
Flour and heed
Remember t L t tin Co 'age (rove l'lour is sold
ots ineiits, at lowest Ihitijj juices. We us 25
jr cent hard vthcat in our i'lilf; of Oregon
bran L This Fluui uio produce more btrad
kt haek than tl;e. elu-Hj, varieties now offered.
Try it once and be convinced, and at the same
time encourage a home enterprise : : : : :
HELP US KEEP THE WHEELS TURNING
HARTUNG & HANSEN
THE CUTTING QUALITY
of any tool Is always a dlsrabes
one, hut of equal importance in the
power of retaining this quality so a
not to require too frequent sharpen
inj. By making your purchases of
the (Jritliu & Veatch-Uo. you always
receive your money's worth lu the
host quality of tools and cutlery ol
properly tempered steel that Is sure
to hold an edge.
MIEN YOUR GRANDFATHER
HE USED A
Mil I WN C
Wynne Hardware Co.
Has Them for Sale.