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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1905)
When you arc in need of
You will find thy largest mid host
line ever shown ill Cottage (irove
at our stoic. Our line is complete
Ladies', Gent's, Hoy's, Misses' and Children
rp'to datc buyers arc rpiiek In roc
ognizc the selling merits of an at
tiele. We ask you to take advan
tage of the many opportunities of
kred at our store.
I1EMENWAY & BURKHOLDER
Corner Miin dl 3id Street
Newest styles of hats on display and
T( ).M M Y AT K I NS, ( 'OXT I X I - NT A I ,H
VASSAKS, MADONNAS, I'HIXC III'OXS
In f.act shapes to suit ovcry faee and in the
Make your selection early and get one of
Next Door to Post Office
Y ou Can
lip? Now See Jtt
The JSi Display of
KLACK CAT HOSIERY
Wanted, Mini' one to do shingling.
Mrs. Jv A. Cottle.
Mrs, ('. A. Harlow wan in town
the lifMt ol tho week.
Millinery opening Thursday and
Friday at "The Vogue."
Clifford I'owrrH and family have
returned from the Fair.
Mr. A. i Wood returned from
Pottland Tuesday ni'ht.
The Ideal Millinery mh the latest
hats- Take a look at them.
Mr. F. I). Whaler left for a visit
nl the Fair Monday night.
Mr. Mctculf and wife left for the
fair on WhIikh lay 'm train.
I'iiI Sale -Second hand two seat d
hark nt W ij in- Ilaidvvarc I o.
Coiiixil ( ailed to order by Mayor
eat' h and all H sii'iidcd t their
names except Coinicilnien llincs
C"tin ilnian Chamberlain, chaii
man ol light c iinniiltec, urom
mended that a light he plated
at east end ol ("o. bridge, and it
was iiiov d and scerjiided tint re
port of hht committee lie accepted
and liL;ht installed. Cat l ied
(Jrdinanre N'o 117 was read lirst
time and ly luoiion was read i-eeonf
time by title. A motion to reai
same third tune and phirc on final
passive u.i-, ix-t This bill
to the h iioi hi en-e and
s' ction j el 1 u ii inani t: ".
( )ld . d lint the t'"t!a;--
I'.l' 1 Hit Co ir- rii.w.l to 1 'it
ue lij'liti, ao t l: ill'' in -.im.-i lal I
Tlioso Hose for School
CAN NOT BE EXCELLED
Every Scholar of the
Cottage Grove Public
Schools will Receive a
Nice Black Cat by Call
ing at Lurch's,
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Mi. A. I. W " d e!t lm a I'1 w ! lur d 1 In-i enri- h.Hceii .-4 1 lh-
das top to l'..tl.ind on Sunday. jilK. 1, an. tlu. Mllal ,,Lt.. v
Thos Abiey and w iie returned j use.
Ves'erd.lV lioill a visit at the I'".iil . ; Moved all d -e ' aided III it U.i !
I I H ','1 Oi I !!-( I III I.-. I 1 , I , , , ,., ( I
1 Ir II' el; 1 1 a'ld lie H Itil lied l
luvvii f 1 1 1 1 lh' ir 011I111;; ( 11 WCIiicf-.
. 1 -
-I J I
' j value ol limber ;:t on tin. t U
Aiiik-. 'lams c.iine in "n Wellies-
The llodc Jljs jjivca perfect separation
of inc-locatl Ores
JOHN A. TRAYLOR.
50 H Mcl'hco.
land cut bv Mr. MeC
Ml. Mc'-'ov Li.lMMs lie
!''. ""'o m i inmi nnc . niter-.
the lan I bef 'ie the cit
Mn.ed and -ic 1 1 i
tia'ior I,i a be uli'iwe
I 'l.i 11 s el wait 1 inain-
iy. Can i'.l.
i)ou;;lit t i I u -
I" u.'lil lh'
I tint ' n
I to h .:i o
and 1 1111
J 1 1 1 f t Mi-Ki Hiolib nil I wite et
Ii u!i sent Iiaii t" ih j I'an Mon
W. M. .lo...K J,. ndoi) left to- a;i,,,111 I'M- "I" J-.mhiIi Mr.-. It., Ken
trip to Portland tho first ol the j .,ut,k' htu"1 ;i,u,1 '""vt vuih 4
Wl.t.(. j inch mam n mill street. Laitied.
I bids m the North Ciei k water
Mi. l;..l inioii 01' Portland is heic mains wn oi-ned and the '.nlv I !
the Mncltei jon the table was a bid bv 1). ,i' ,mi
j for f '107 7" The Coinn il tin 11 "lit
I . . t 1 . r
1 n'V maKe 1 mis Did out ii reason so same was
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l lli; (JLTTINO QUALITY
of any tool Ih ulways allsrabea
one, hut of equal Importance ta th
power of retaining thin quality ho a .
not to require too frequent nharpen
in. I'.y making your purchase of
the ;ri:lin & Veatch Co. you always
n-eeive your money's worth la the
lu st quality of tool and cutlery of
properly tampered eteel that Is sure
to hold an edge.
insists msmrmsisTS'swii tuttis'STi ifuco u 0 a 0 a 0 a sua H)aTrsTsiss
Mcms of Interest in and about
Cottage (irove and vicinity.
Ca a JLfl.Jl.BJl ft A JLH JU ft.fiJtft.ftJt JLftftftftfift-9ftftfi.ftftftftftJlftfi ft A ftJLftft ftJLBJLftft
Thornton 'h is tho place for j;ooil Subscribe hr the Nugget
tiyurs, for htutionury, etc.
" Cochran's photorupliH are the
bent and cheapest of their kind.
Mrs. l'mnk .Nlullman ha ie
turneil from Portland.
Mr. John Mao, of C.ushcii, Otc,
was in town Saturday on business.
Viee princiiial Harvey came into
town on the afternoon train Tluos
audi to be divide I iiliioli;;
live pcoi'le. (Jet y ion coupons and
lunko some giicsnes.
Call on Cochran and ht hint
juftko a photograph for you. Von
will bo natilird, tint is Mire.
K. II. Crowe, nl Astoria, Ore.,
came into town Friday night for a
visit to the folks who live out near
l'ot Salc--lMne petite and Italian
iivunes delivered anywhere within
city limits at 60 cents per bushel.
Leave orderH at J. II. Davidson.
Prof. J. M. Hyde, of the State
University, passed through Cottage
drove on Saturday on his way
home from California.
Herbert Lcieli, Kugene,
passed through on his way from the
south Saturday, and said he would
ba back Monday with a party of
men to take up to the mines.
The Davia boys, Moore & Saudor
bou, Ji. 11 Ward, AddiHou, S. I".
Jackson, M. lb Stone, M. Poibter,
11, C. ItosH, uud other J-ernno
jiooplo uro huuliug a great deal of
wheat to tho Hour mill, getting in
their winter'H Biipply of flour. The
mill in putting up quito n littlo
Hour in HWlb micks at preuont. It
is just lilling an order for a ton of
jlour for the Oregon Securities Co.
Lurch's display of Pluck Cat
1 1 niery is uniq ue.
l',u;;cue Steam I.aundry, Allison
and 1 Listings agents.
Miss Wheeler's opening will be
Thuisd.iy and I'liday.
Sidewalk and rough lumber fur
sale at U'vnne Hardware Co.
I oi s .iir M'cittv want a uico
llaV If r,o, uther coiipoiiN.
I (ieo. lit ih 1 11111 ti is tho upto-dato
l.ulor. Look at his fall samples.
i'or all kinds ol tobacco and
cigars call at the Star Confectionery.
M.C. Corhraii is having a good
photograph busiiiess at Shanafelt's
old stand. Have you called on
C10 to the Star Confeclioiiery for
anything in tho lino of stationary,
fur blank books and school Hiipplirs,
J. O. Thornton, Prop.
1K ujI miss the opportunity
offered at tho Pacific, Timber Co.
utoie. The Lest goods at greatly
Messrs. C. L. Hart and A. M.
Kelsay ol Hood River, C. K Allen
aud A. C. Palmer of Portland made
a trip with Mr. -J. H. Chambers up
on the O. ci. S. K. Saturday morn
ing. Mr. Webber, living on Cedar
Creek, brought to Currin & Veatch's
btoi'd Friday some of the finest to
matoes seen this year. Mr. Webber
does not claim to bo a funnel' nor
garduer, b it ho succeeds in raining
somo exceptionally lino tomutooH
and strawberries. Mr. Veatch says
the strawberries Mr, Webber
brought in this summer from one
year old vines wero I ho finest ber
ries placed ou tho market, and aro
tho results of proper irrigating.
P.IK nl b ailn r hats.
k'oo.l rnnrois, girls. The Ideal
at I i s tllelll.
hevi Gccr, wifv.- and children l.-ft
for Portland ou Monday to enjoy
the Fair for a week.
Mr. Harry Warren o Idaho, a
hrother-iu-law'of II. O. Thompson,
is visiting in town for a time.
Kev. M. Champy, of Fugenc,
will preach at the Christian Church
both morning and evening.
Kev. Gardner of Snginaw will till
the Methodist Church pulpit both
Sunday morning and evening.
Fingal Hinds returned Monday
from a visit to the Fair and he also
went to Tacoma to visit his daugh
ter. Mrs. Scott Cbrismati, who has
had a bad case of blood poisoning is
ou the way to recovery under the
skillful care of Dr. Kime.
The coupons for the Hag and cash
prizes will not be distributed until
tho full ainouiits aro given out,
when tho presentation will take
J. II. Chambers has received his
f eatoh Go.
deferred until the next nice1 big.
bids on (S-ineh s''wer in District
No. 2 was opened and two bit1-,
were presented, one ol J. II. Car
penter for $iiS and of II. C. Hart
for $1 73.30. Moved and seconded
that the bid of Mr. Halt be ac
cepted at $173.30. Carried.
H. C. Hart asked for a renewal
of a plumber and sewer builders'
license. O ranted
Moved and seconded that the
marshal be instructed to purchase
Hash lights Can ied.
Moved and seconded that vote by
which Ordinance No. 117 was lost
be reconsidered. Carried.
Moved and seconded tt hat Ordi
nance No, 117 be read third time
and passed to its final passage.
N ote 011 the same was unauiious and
signed by the mayor.
Moved and seconded that the
license of N. J- Cinumings be re
Moved and seconded that Messrs.
Gatoutte and Lemon be allowed to
widen gravel in lront of their prop
ertyon Fourth street. Carried
Moved and seconded that a war
rant of $700 be drawn on the sttcct
l'.'r S 1 1 ". - j. 1 1 1 i -'.'id-, cheat s;o 1
I at John Nub's. - m South of
i Cottage Grove tf
i Milliner Opening.
Mi-s Wheeler will be pleared to
receive at "Ihe ogue ' on Thurs
day and Friil iy, Sept. 2i.-t and 22c!
all ladies interested in hats.
A Sensible Move.
Have Tom Awl'ie; writo you up
a policy on yimr he .:e and furni
ttiie in tlie Oieg. in f 'ne belief As
sociation, or your .-took of goods in
the' .Ktna f ii.suiaiK e Company.
new planer that he has been espec- fmul in ' favor of Contractor I.e.i
ting lor some tune. He is now Carried
prepared to furnish 12x24 lu'r.ber
lrom Ins Dotena null.
MoveiiiindsecoiKleilth.il a wai
lant boilrawn in favor of Contrac-
Jesse McKibbeii camo to town I lr l'c 1 011 W;d-r contract
Monday to have his hand dressed 5"- Carried.
which he got in the saw at the Mc- I l'H ol Allen Matties ol i tor
Kibbeu mill last week. He is get- 1 street work allowed.
tiug along in good shape. 1 ' . m ,
I,ess than four weeks remain in 1
farmers Take Notice, Now is the Time
SanJers Disc I'lows are better than
Mnloboard Plow s.
Thev are lighter draft. They
never 1 t hung. No ground is too
.stony, t .) rooty, too .sticky or too
hard to "i1 plowed with a disc plow.
Tlli'l'e i Mtie oral;, 'i'licv will
break ut' ti.. hard pan that has
been fuii ied i v otln r plows. They
will pin v .ht;. and take the place
i,f Vil-. . 1 j lo'-. V
ll in I' t- ' .11 V t" .,!.iW
with a ' . pl. u . .-u e-.u sow and
plant a. he ! 1 time.
Tlie . lit hot elioke. TllCN will j
turn us ! r .m tl.n: in the way of
vines, .Is, loeks and stubble. 1
Von w.'.. iie.it but little 1 pi-ne for j
sharpei an I .v.'ii will 1 ot need
a 11 v 11 p 1 s lot a 1 :; ! i 1111 .
. u.o.. - 1,1 ia 1 11.1, 1 has
. 1 e 1 r las. e: .1 n
which to take advantage of the low
railroad rates to go and seo the
Lewis and Chirk Exposition and
the wonderful Northwest country.
The oditots wifo and baby ar
rived in town Monday, ami as s jou
as possible will find a homo and
commence housekeeping, after
which we will feel a bltie more like
J. M. hittlelicld uftd wife ol Port
Townsend, Washington, arrive.l in
town Saturday afternoon, and on
Suuday morning drove to Black
liutte, to visit their daughter, Mrs.
W. Ib Dennis and family. Mr.
I.ittlelield is connected with tho
Custom House at Port Towuseud.
Geo. Thomson, of Los Angolesi
owner of tho Imperial Hotel, has
been in town for a fow days. Ho
wont to Portland but expects to re
turn again. He thinks this city has
ft good growth ahead of it and is
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Car
los Gregory at Cicswcll, occurred
the marriage of their granddaugh
ter, Miss Llanche 1 1 . Gregoiy, to
Sherman S. Morss, of Cicswcll,
Wednesday Sept. 13, 1003. Tho
ceremony was performed at s p. m.
by Rev. J. C Gregory, in the
presonce of near relatives and
friends. The bridal pair were ac-
companied to the altar by Miss
Nellie M. Gregory of Springfield,1
and John W. See, of Hyburn, Ida.
The rooms were decorated with ivy
and cut flowers. The bride wore a
beautiful costume of cream alba
tross. After the .wedding supper
Mr. and Mrs. Morss left for Port
land for a short visit and after their
return will make their home in
Mrs. W, T. Kayser has been put
ting in soiuo now plumbing in her
We ... . ll' il.t. e nisi pleus to do
good 1 !; in aav hind of fallow
land ai i ;mi t" bieak in one year
from i.iii.t in inatei i;il. Wviuie
I lard wa 1 Company.
A Birthday Surprise Party.
London, Sept. 10. Two wagon
loads of the friends of Mr. and Mrs.
T. R. Brasher gathered together to
day to celebrate Mrs Brasher'
forty-seventh birthday. It was a
merry crowd that drove up and
cheered Mr. and Mrs. Brasher as
they came to greet the party. The
friends aud relatives brought with
them many nice and useful presents
as remembrances of the dav. A fine
dinner was served out of doors,
j Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
1 Willis Norvoll. Mr. Oliver Norvell.
Mrs. Sarah Norvell, Mr. and Mrs.
T. R. Brasher. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Rice, Mr and Mrs. T. M. Gardner,
Mr. Thomas O. Brasher, Master
Ivl ward N.Brasher, Mrs. Electa R.
Thordenberg, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Fwing and Karl, Roy, James, Ruth,
I. udie and Lillie IJwing. At four
o'clock all the guests departed for
their respective homes with hearts
full of happiness and joy.
"One Of Them."
The vote on the flag coupons that
have been reported to date are as
follows: Back votes that have been
held must be turned in at once to
be counted Ballot box in Nugget
High School G33
Junior Foresters of America,.... 328
M. w: A ICO
K. of P 99
Public School 91
W O. W 80
II. T.B 47
Masons .. 9
G. A. Ii. '.I.'.'. 7
Rev. Like of ltosehurg was in
town the lirst of the week.
fiFAH! ill! I
ltd - .1 m , n , 1 a -3 j ,
going to hold on to bin property. 1 Mr. F.d .lenks leturned lrom the
He says Portland jieoplo think this Fair Monday night and will go up
towu has a groat future.
to Bohomiu Wednesday morning.
Aovv is the- time to bein thinking
l Fall and Winter apparel and
t'oti't forget the important fact
that a nice stylish hat can add
greatly to your entire appearance,
and Ida TkaxcI'S Hakkutt of the
in a iosition to suit one and all from the most in
expensive to the most fastidious, and a call will
convince you. Remember: the only millinery store
that gives the (ireen Trading Stamps.
DEAL MILLINERY STORE