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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 27, 1905)
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I In- time with our lull line of ( 'miki ;i I
Mo dinnilisc to supply 30111- consl ;i 11 1
We have a fine line of Ladies
Collars, Knit Goods, Purses,
Umbrellas. Furs, Etc. for the
Don't forget our
lerior line of
I1EMENWAY & BURKHOLDR
Corner Main (& 3rd Street
V 13 n
Wynne's Hardware Co
!arrv a diinplolo
line of .
Hardware, Tinwnrc, Sloven,
Khiiki-a, I nrmiiix Implement,
11 11 (I Mining Supplies lutlud
liiK Kl.ick Powder. Clip, and
I'or prices we L
Mammoth Doll Contest
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1? ,,. ;.mu i' , . ' Mair'"i
I rcc to the Mont Popular
Little (iirl in Cotlae Grove.
One Vole (iivtn wilh every
S-tenI pnrcliaKe. Content
t loses Saturday evening,
Dec. 2.1. I WS.
Contalni Crpntr Hammer mmi
Knlri. Curry linbi and Hrothat, Tin
warn, Harawar. and a hundred
utefol article worth twice lha moaay
ISANTA CLAUS HEADQUARTERS.
-Groceries and Shoes at Cost ;
SEE OUR CHINAWARE.
W. C. Conner V Manager
0OOOOO OOOOOO OOOOOOO
The Ilofle JIjth jflvca perfect separation
JOHN A. TRAYLOR
Saie at The Vogue
Bepnnin Dec. 2. I will put on a sale
tor one week. A reduction will be made
hats in the store.
Ladies don't forget to visit The Vogue during the week.
Lo rena Martin,
Hft IH P MP Vs ,,ems of ,ntercst in antl about
IlUifllv llCU J Cottage (irove and vicinity.
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Lovely huudiiude. lia wis ut J. H.
Insist 011 having the ritflit thini,'
h Conner cigur.
Iiugene Steam Laundry, Allison
and Hustings agents.
Send the children to J. U. Lewis,
we'll treat them riht.
Solid silver or phited Whutever
you wish at Scholl'H.
I'iunoH at homo . Tim best at the
lowest prices, Seo Voutch A Lawson. Ul u,e cy
Se Scholl for jour Christmas
jewelry. He can't he heat.
I'hotoiHjihs made y Cochrau
cau't he htat.
('. M. Jackson went to Uoshen
for tli day Monday.
K. Massa nnd Ira ?o of OrHet-o
BjM-ut Christmas in the Grove.
For l'lirnes. I'yn'giaphie ouliits,
lftfum'H, IJenson's l'liarmai-y.
W liavo the larj,'eHt line of books
J. 11. Lowis for dry goods and
groceries ut prices that can't be
Hooks, hookH, books, books for j
all. Trices epocial. Unison's Phar- j
Cottage (hove ciyam fctuoke
right. Try ono and you will always
Ifor a good meal and a square
deal try Steele Restaurant, first
door east of Nugget office.
Our holiday line should be in
spected before making your pur
thane. Iienson's Pharmacy,
A fine lithograph picture 12x 17,
with each five cent box of tacks at
be Wynne Hardware company.
games, Hloek irame,
Ludwig pianos rank high. Veatch
k hawon Hells them at lower
prices than Portland Joes.
When .vou wnnt 11 pleasant laxative
lake t iminin'i lain 8 Momaen nnd
titver 'J'aliletM. For Htile by The
Cochran, the photographer has
been enjoying tmch a business re
cently that he has not had hardly
time to eat.
A Christmas present. Cochran,
the photographer will make you a
present of a photograph for a Christ
mas present with the understand
ing that if it is satisfactory you buy
a dozen, if not it costs you nothing.
J. 11. Lewis pays cash lor poultry
Cigars made by Conger are all
right. Uclumias are it.
E. S. Bingham of Eugene came
up Saturday for a few days.
Hcautiful ladies wriwt pursed at
J. 11. Ijewis'. Call and see them.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miles
on Mosby Creek a 10 pound "laugh
ter Horn at Drain, Ore., Dc. 20th,
to Mr. and Mrs. Will Taylor, a i)
Mr. Will White of Portland npfnt
Christinas with his mother, Mrs.
Mr. P. V. Cooper and J. K. Kit t-
ley of Hlackbutte (.pent .Sunday in
town returning Monday morning.
Mrs. Amelia Smith and daughter,
Miss Susie, of Eugene speut Christ
mas with their friends, Mr. and
Mth. C. M. Jackson.
Mr. and Vrs. J. 15. IewiB eut
Chrisuiias with their son pied
I,atnl at Eugene. Miss Hurdick
also went with them.
Miss Marion White, teacher in
tlie Jackuouviiie schools, is visiting
luring the holidays with friends
and relatives in this city.
Mr. and Mis. (). O. McClellen of
Salem are spending the holidays
with Mis. McClelleu'B parent, Mr.
and Mrs. W. II . Abrams.
Mrs. T. U. Arnold of Twist,
W ashington, has bought an acre of
ground iroui Fingal Hinds, along
the railroad track, north of town.
Mr. Chas. Suitors son and daugh-
ir came uowu irow loulanU on
Saturday to spend Christmas with
their parents, who recentiy tuoveu
Fingal Hinds has purchased the
house and lot of Mrs. T. U. Arnold,
which he is fixing up ready for
better times, which he firmly be
Fred Kaymond presents' his fa
mous comedy, "The Missouri UirP'
positively the greatest comedy suc
cess of the season, Friday night,
WANTED at once A competeut
housekeeper for family of three.
Higest wages paid. No young girl
need apply. Cull on or address Mrs.
It. W. Welch.
I sell Columbia aud all other
talking muchiues, therefore mut-t
sell the best. If you want any
thing in that line see Kaukin the
piano mau in Eugene.
Mr. h. L. Woods, late of Kim
ball's Piano Factory, Chicago, 111.,
ha- permanently located in Cottage
Giove. He is equipped to tune or
repair any make of piano. Call up
Phone 3y3 or leave word at Welch
& Woods store.
The Nugget has not heard' of one
merchunt who has complained of
the Christmas trade, they all say
that it was larger than they expec
ted and that they are much pleased
over it. Every merchaut says that
his business has increased during
the year, and that prospects look
good for still more busiuess.
Col. JJlair is beginning to move
his furniture into the rejuvenated
and enlarged Stewart hotel build
ing and says that the building will
be ready tor occupancy very soon.
He is going to have everything
fixed up finely, and hopes to do a
good bnsiness. He sub-leases from
John Barker, who has the lease 00
the entire building.
3 Frank Wheeler is in Grants Pa-s
B for n lew day" on bminos.
W- are showing a liariiUouie. lino
of Japanese biasii ware, a ;rc piece
of work. JSeiiHon's I 'hnnnncy,
"eke" aud "Daisy" wilh their
ineny Hhnoeiation will hold high
carnival at t ho Opera h'u"c, Friday
I'lee, one photograph, if ou are
batisfn cl, you then boy a dozen
photograph of Cochran, otherwise!
Picturcs-taekH. W ynne Hard- I
ware Co. is giving a fine lithogrnph i
picture with each and every five
nut lox of tacks.
The W. C- T. U. held its monthly;
meeting at Mrs. Perkins last week, 1
aud an interesting and pleasant
time wan had
The brightest, leanest, funniest !
comedy 011 the market is "The Mis
souri tml winch win be seen at
the Opera house, Friday, Dec.
The repairing of some of the
street crossings on Mam street
Tuesday morning was much ap
preciated by those who have to use
Jewelry is always more exceptible
fr presents 'ban most anything
else and costs but a trifle more, in
some ease. D- J. JScboll can fit you
out at a small cost
Mr. Taj lor, ho has been very
nick for some time with malignant
sore throat died at the home of bis
nephew, Lincoln Taylor on Sunday
morning, and was buried Monoay
The advance agent of the De
Moss Lytic bards. Mr. M. Parsons,
was in town Monday and made ar
rangements for a concert to be
given by that company in the Opera
house on Monday, January i5.
Y C. Conner is the hippy man
these days for he sa3s his Christ
mss trade eclipsed all his expecta
tions and bought out pretty nearly
everything he had. so that he will
have begin right away to stock up.
He says not to tain to him about
trade being so fearfully dull.
J. M. Deeds of the Register was
a visitor in Cottage (irove Friday
and Saturday in the interests of the
New Yers edition of the IN gistT.
-Mr. I eeds was looking up some
items about Cot'age Grove an
vicinity as well as looking after
some advertisements. He says the
New Years edition is going to be
the finest thinr of the kind ever
done in Eugene.
The Commercial Club will hold
its regular weekly meeting tonight,
as the majority of the members
wanted to lie home Christmas
night. It is understood that the
meeting will be of special inttrest,
as there are 10 be several guests
present. There will he no meeting
on the following Mondav night.
New Years eve, but on the 8th of
January, ti e regular monthly meet
ing will be held.
If press comments are any indi
cation of a first class show, "The
Missouri 5ir" must certainly be a
winner. Wherever tl.e phy has
beeu produced the press is loud in
its praise of the peifoimauce. Here
are a few extracts from the princi
pal large dailies, written by the most
promiuent dramatic critics. "A
pleasing perfoimance by a compe
tent company of one of the best
written comedies seen this Beason
whs. it e Missouri uin at me
Third Avenue 1 heater last night."
New York Daily Telegram. "The
state scenerv anil settings are far
above the average and the company
is ail exceedingly clever one through
out "The Missouri G'rl," made
a hit and is iu line f r a big week."
St. Louis (ilot'e Democrat.
I" fill the New?
fill the Time
Neat Job Work of
I All Kinds Dope
Ole'll Crcat Vou Right
Can be used in either hand
and strops like any razor.
rl It cuts them off slick as a whistle.St
Griffin & Veatch Co.
Fresh Stock of the Latest and
Best Coods at the best prices.
Ccne and be convinced.
t imported Japanese
Wltri PURCHASES OF
We are Agents for
Bridge & Beach
STOVES AND RANGES
The Best Stoves Made
Everything in the Hardware
Line, Plows, Harrows, etc.
MILBURN FARM WAGONS
ALL KINDS MIXING SUPPLIES
PIPER & VAN DENBERG
FOR SALE BY
Mctcalf & Brund.
r j. outer s Kestaurani
Lodging House in ctiiinection i T.
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A Sensible Move.
nave Tom Awbrey writo j0u up
a policy on your homo and furni
ture in the Oregon Fire Relief As
sociation, or your stock of goods iq
the JEtna Insurance Company.
Private Nursing Home.
A competent force of n ursea
are established in tiie Scott
Chrlsman home 011 Wall
Street, where auy eases of
sickness caii be cured for
under auy physician.
Terms Reasonable V
Mrs. M. F. Fifer,
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THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
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Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
. . . T, LOUIS), MO.
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