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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 16, 1905)
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JOHN A. TRAY LOR.
(j. laaaJLT 'icasju! ai.5JULR.jia.aAiU!
W. I'.i uncll wrs ;i ICuciic visitor
lui'cin.- Steam I.auiuliy, Alli.sou
and HiisliiiK" aont.
wan amon tlu-
ncsts 'f tin.- Hotel
I'.iit iH) Saturlay.
The I ..unless l.oys
Hoheinia on S iluulav,
tn vsui k in
the mines ain.
We me nl.fl t mtto tliul M iss
I'ili.il'eth llntrhoisi in 1km mi-vi-v
fully pusHed I lie lem-liei's esainina
tion'ut luu- - le.viviui.; a Heeuml
jjratle eel tilit ile.
LUST-- On Wall St. Inilweeii li.
Wall's residence and ceineleiy Smi.
al tern". m. IWack Hand laj; with
some chaiure and papers with name
of W. li. l'.dwiuds-lli.ii" Oiei'ou.
Return tu Dr. II. C. Selileel's.
Key. Dr. U. I,. Ivtsher and wife
rnme down from lioliemia un Sat.
Uu Sunduy Dr. l'islier pit u hed to a
good sized audience at
d'Bt Church and left for his homo in
Derver oil Monday, via I oilianil
.Kev. Urriek. whit has It.vi wup
11I Yii: Iho Cliiiaiiri" P'dpil l'or uy
(.rlil weeks r.aui ucd to Spnuj-'lu ld
iMomlay hh his term n-istipplv n over.
Thero will ho no Sain lay seniors
in tho UhiiHtian Church fr two
wcoka nud ufter Unit Mm permanent
piiHtor will prohahly ho iu i har;;e.
Mr C. 1C. Madison and hisler of
LaiiHing, Mich, have returned Irom
London Mineral Spr"f,'s., where
Mr. Ma.Usen has been stopping or
some time on necount ol his noalrh
They urc rcturniuB home now but
Mr Madiscn hopes to retuiu again
shortly, as ho has Ruined much and
hopon to guiu still more when
-a iiv.-. izzwrA
Buys as good
'rasa eusnesxz .
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IM f( s
Hems of Interest in and about 3
Cottage (irove ;md vicinity. 3
Minder t inn 'it Wynne'..
Suhsciiliu lor the Nuge.et.
M K. L.wsun was in ti)xi Sun
diy. t'ir talt 50. Mailey sacks at
I a diion Stat'IcH,
.ItieKoriiuk and K'y Ilutchiii
huii were Hojournerti iu tlio eity on
(i.md pasturage for stock close to
I 'uu at I'eikins Place. Apply to
John M. Medley ia tpuite sick,
..ml while n't confine I to his bed
finds it difficult to keei up.
Mr. mid Mix. Jool M.irtiu nnd
l'riink l'itcliard left for their homes
in S in Fnmeisi'o on Friday nf tor
noon. Kcv. I'1 li. Millinlon and wifo
roturm d fiom Kugo'io on Monday
and left thu nanio evening for Sin
Frtinc.isco for sovorul weeks.
Mrs. I'.I leu poirlow who has beon
vi-ilii her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Nat, Martin, and her brothers U. S.
and Je-iio Maitin left on Saturday
for her home at Seattle.
Mr. D (. H'iu;i;hmau was tho
nei"iid victim of Silurdays aeci-
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ilenH. lie was ruiinj; inn norso no
usually drives, and was thrown near
tl:o bridgo but did noh inislai.) auv
injury. After Ifim,' thrown lui led
the Iioi.ho plaeiu;!; mi its h ick a half
Hack of oat'. .Juat uftu- turniiiif
tho corner by Ciuiin .t Watch's
btore the horso kicked him on the
back ri.ht under tho shoulder
blade and brol.o throo libs. Dr.
Kiuie was calh d and took him homo
uud sot tho 1 1 lis. lie HeeiitH to rest
(piite easily, but for 11 man of his
years Hindi uu acidont is very pain
ful uud slow iu hauling.
Mr, Suitor of Portland, came
down Monday uftei noun,
l v, IJillinqtori nrjd 'vifo f."
San I'runcium to attornl tho National
The liohemin Telephone Co. is
j tnl t i ti f ; now phones iu ni its line,
and every one appreciates the itn
proveinen's. Cut tin Veateli are painting rji
th'ii st(tre front. They havo to
keep in lino, possibly Mr. Vcalch'H
baby makes him want to paint
things it little.
A jolly crowd of yountf pcoplo
nu t t tho hotno of ilr. and Mrn. V.
li. Martin Thrinnlay cTfniny to bill
Mr. l'tiink I'itehnrd of San IVan
ciHro farewell. A very delightful
( veiling w;iH njii'Ut on tho lawn with
lots (d ood iiiiiHic, both inHlrurrjffi
fil and vocal, gamoH and other
Mr. Iwiac Land of Dorona, the
slop fatlu r of Mth. May Hart, wuh
(piite h( riously hurt on Saturday af
trriKion by being tlirown by a
horse onto a fence?, breaking two
ribs and badly jarning bin hip. Dr.
Kimo wftH called, but could not bo
found in time, uud Dr. Job attend
ed the iiifin. Dr. Kime's wife is a
niece "f Mr. Land. The hrse b
' mm frightened nt the little upced-
i r Iji'ing run iy Air. .Joe on ine
jo. A S. V.. trite ks, hh it wiih pie-Hing
I Jim Kcdfurd's place.
j The art of replacing lost portions
1 of tooth f rowns by gold fillings is of
(jinpatatively recent f rigin nnd in
I'm I it was not until iSss that co
hesive property of annealed gold .
j toil was discovered by a Ualtimore '
!dnli-t. Since then vast amounts;
of gold have been used iu dentistry!
it:i I all simh cold practically gor
et'it of t itciilation. A prominent
wleuli-t recently fgur i that in the
' past ' years tho people of tue U. S. ;
i id p;.T cd m tlieir teeth litty million.
li'ilia'"' wnith of gvdd m dcntistiy'
wo:k and that the present yea:ly
( i: 11 in j -t i u of gold was in the'
ne'h;Hihood of $2,0011,000.
I! v U. L. i'itdicr, w ho has . u '
i'-i'ir.g in Moli(-mia for Ihr.e (cI-h
s 1 f.f tic 1 1-1 mia d i.-l 1 ie' . 'It i
.1 '.' . d'' f'll distil"', 1 have m
till)' 's wi'h in h ore piled ;.l"ii,' the
1 !' I"!' I.undn iln of U - I. wjtli :
1111 in ' !:iit(iueliMl wln.e l'i'' inn-
i.e's me oikel farther i:, nml
em" o'i ti.d imo.moh in lartt oti.i!,-
titiiH. Ift-iu ho'es and Htich (juaTi-j
'. i'i- s were 1 n in a Ctth rado camp,
ilionvaiid-i (.f miiieis, railroads and
:ii( lleis would bo Men in a shrt j
tin.' 1 Lave M-ou many noma, uud 1
1 ii-Ii one too, Put have hardly t verj
r c-t 11 such 'piaiililien of compara-
tivelv high ores. Loheuiiais a eraud 1
spt.it for a rei as well as for
The store of R. O. McCroskey at
Grants 1'ans was robled Sunday
night about 3 o'clock of about Ifo
of blankets, overalls, hats, shoos,
etc. AH day Monday several fel
lows were .seen lying in a box car
on the Soutoern Pacific and wheu a
w ire came about the robbing of the
store at (.rants 1'ass, tho marshal!
looked up these men and found
that they had so'd some shoes to
M. Ml'uul, that closely tallied with
the descrption of those stolen.
Marshall Underwood and Pitcher
and Constable Atkins all went
dow n together and arrested five of
the men and locked them up, the
sixth man was held as a witness.
The men had a'l been drinking and
hail left their guns with the sixth
man, who it seems worked as an
assistant to Mr. Bohlman the tailo
about a year ngo. The men sang a
great deal and made things pretty
lively oyer at tho jail, nnd were
(piite a disturbance to the council
meeting. The constable from
Grants Pass aud a deputy came
down on the overland Tuesday and
took the men back with them.
The shoes recovered tallied exactly
with the lot number of the goods
Water Melon Social.
One of the most interesting af
fairs of the season was witnessed by
a large and appreciative crowd" of
young iolks at the hotno of Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Ishani, where a water
melon social was given under the
auspices ol the Lpworth Forum.
The jolly young folks, number
ing something like 50, gathered just
as darkness was ushered in, being
attired iu negro costumes, includ
ing thu large, red bandanna hand
kerchiefs tied about the head, also
some of tho young mcu were very
attractive with their blackein-1
faces nnd altogether they u ;.i.i
bled tho old fashioned dark Us in
their old southern plantations
A goucral ood vliino among the
young folks was had in the various
ways, many negro songs being sung
after which all seemiugily ato the
good old water melou uweet, to their
On returning to the various homes
it was with the hopo and expecta
tions that some more of the good
old times would follow, while the
nights pleasure will be remembered
iu days to come,
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IIOCKLTT 'Jo Mr. nn'i Mr.,. C.
T. H'ji kt U, ;i 'j po'ind li(,y.
l:Oi' X To Mr. and Mi.-. OrviHe
Knapp a fine girl.
The Comnvrcia! Chib lad a
meeting Mon d: y n'!dr, at s!;i'h
some 1 --.: i ;;--. - -viis tMii1!'"!. A
letter wa- iee'. !i"ri C. . '. Grove,
thanking th ;u fo: :; e conrteMc ; of
the (dr.!) ami
l is sfate- .
Im; ro-.ed t
, G. J-A-er- '
'."d !..it lie
:l.'d t lie
A it ',!tr .; ir th
Snn 'tt 1 and .Min;:;-: ' '
ett Make-. Pre' id.:", .
would be v'.-.d "o :..:d:(
nun:, to vi.il lie- 1.
mines at 1 he ; ''' i "
and furt'v-r 1 h it 1":
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Mr. 1-. M Pi
a friend of li: - v
ly t'J look i:it t:.
wanted the c'.iYo
matter with him.
courtesies ! the
write a let'er to
ike up th-
ex Lend him
" , cri 'H' the
manager of th-" C i
Veneer .V. x C . 1 '
erection of a fox f..-:.
The oiVces of l;-! a" I
president of the cl .:', v,
vacant bv the u-l'.s: mimi atsu a
seiice, and C. J. llov.aid at"d G.
W. Lloyd were dub- tlectod to fill
School .Meeting Saturd.iy.
Meeting called to order by Chair
man Veatch. The clerk read the
call of the meeting aud
minutes of previous meeting.
Chairman then slated that the
board had estimated a 10 mill tax
would be required to meet the de
mauds of which included repairs to
furnace at the West Side building,
building sidewalks at Fast Side
building, assessment on grading
fourth street, and conducting a
nine months school. Tellers were
appointed and a vote taken which
which resulted six'y-o:ie to fifty
three in favor of the tax:
Natty Martin moved U past-
pond the meeting to an. 'tier due
as he du n t think the ,
, ' :Md
took the tt.ni
ten out !it
go: a. ill
while he :'.
some mist il
have to be :
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said !. ' '. -
WOU d :-)K . I K I I
future. o s o I v -.
timo in bis lie: tu- 1 i".
against a school t oy rd l'1
he was iloiii;.'. it .it til's lime
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a rebuke to Vte s Iiool board.
Mayor Watch tha-n t'.iok the
floor and made a pleasant speech
for which he is so well noted over
tho state, aud cited the fact that we
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Flour and feed
Remember th 1 i the Cottage Grove Flour is sold
oU rrserils, a'; 'owest living prices. We use 25
per cent hard wheat in our Pride of Oregon
bracd. This Flour will produce more berad
pr 8,iek than tLe cheap varieties now offered.
Try ''t ODce ard be convinced, and at the same
time eucourage a lioaie enterprioe : : : : :
HELP US KEEP THE WHEELS TURNING
should give the children all the ed
ucation we could and for that rea
Kon we should havo a nino months
school and also put the school
buildings in proper shape to re
ceive the children.
Mr. Martin again took the floor
aud got so personal in his remarks
that Rev. Ste wart raised the point
ot order which was sustained by
Motion to adjourn was put and
by a taising vote carried.
The council met Mcuday evening
iu adjourned session, with all alder
meu preseut. liea.ling of minutes
dispen- ed with. The sewer coin
mitte lepoited favoiaOly on the lot
tiag of contract t J. II Catpunter
for eo'.'struction of I! '0 f.-et oi (i-iuch
' sum of
.itral hotel for
v"J 'o. On motion t:e report, wns
u.'Oept: d and contract wns let to J.
l. C ir, 'enter.
'll:es.ro-t oei 01 1 1 ; 1 1 1 e iskt d for
( m l I ome to ci u;s! h r a M itioii
for. Sid- walk, ;iui S'liii'' v. as allowed.
O vl, n.iiict,' Xo. 1 l'i, picividing for
eoiistru.'tiou of a ii'- ial stow rbe
iiuiin ', at th-.- end of tne e'-eer 0:1
tiie cast sid ol Fifth street and -x-t
n Lug to J. U. MeFiii find's pioii
( us- ..s 11.1-v d on its 1st, Ll ai d
OoliiKince Xo. 113 i.ting an ordi
nance t ) place a lUviso lee of ?5oo
upon co;niaaie.4 se.ling trading
stamps, ai'.d a fee of $100 upon each
mediant buying them, aud giving
tlu m away. This ordinance is a
copy tl the ordinance recently
enacted by the city council of Al
bany. Some of the merchants have
begun the $.'iving of stamps to their
customers, aud have some displays
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Till: rfl'TIN-; (J'AI.ITY
of any tool Is uhvay.-t .a (Hsrubert
one, but of ((piitl Import;! ii'-(.- U the
power of retaining thin quality ho a
not to require too frequent (sharpen
ln. My making your purchases of
the (Irillin .c Ventch Co. you ;tlwayn
ree.-ive ''jur money's worth in the
best quality of to"!- find cutlery of
properly temerel nt.s 1 that id euro
to hold an edc.
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b 3 4 1
Grove Flour Mills
of the premiums given for same,
when a sufficient quantity is held.
The finance committee reported
on a bill for the services of Mr.
Randolph iu July, which was over
looked at the last meeting. Same
Bids for the construction of the
water system were opened, four
firms bidding. Puget Sound Bridge
1 and Dredgingeouipany b'.d $2326;).
jjacobson, Bade v. Co., Portland,
I $15830.; Paquet& Giebisch of Port
1 hmd, $I5797.7S; Geo. I.te, $15385.-
! The contract was finally let to
Geo. Lee. The bid submitted by
Paquet it fliebisch was not footed
and wheu the council had figured
j it out they announced the total as
1 5 1 5797-7y- The representative of
j that fiatn got up aud said that the
I total of their bid was $1910 but
i when shown the figure- on their
own bid added up had to admit that
' his statement was not enrect,. Mr.
, Leu) is backed by i:ie 0!:npia Pipe
I concern, who furuisu a galv tuizjd
i wiie bound oodei: pipe for the
'. price. Theie w.c ' on a lerable wire
pulling: and chicanery a nong the
i ludtlei's from outside, but nil 10 no
I avail. Fvcyvou .- i-. vei v -w il saiis
! ti"d with the bi-ls, 1 I f.-.-.l thit the
jseivice will be the ic-c ti;.,, - ui he
had for the money. Mr. Le will
commence work at cuce.
j The council is preparing l. s";v.ire
the water rights and light to a dam
1 on the North Cre.-k. whi h will add
, much to the water supply.
Wanted; Wood choppers, at
Black Butto Mine. Write toV. 15.
Denuis, Black Butto, Lauo Co. Ore.
Mrs. A. 15. War nock rnd daught
eiB ol Portland came iu on Monday,
nd wo atoppiug ut tha GrabooiN