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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 3, 1906)
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a continuance of the
patronaoc we have en
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JOHN A. TRAYLOR.
i Ik'giuninjr Dec. 2. I will put on a sale lasting
5 lor one week. A reduction will be made on all
j hats in the store.
; Ladies don't forget to visit The Vogue during the week.
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Miners u-e nothing but ISobemia
Conner CiKar "r made by an
KuRene Steam Laundry, Allison
ond Hastings agents.
Scud tbe children to J. H. Lewis,
wo'lltrent them right.
J . 11. Lewis for dry goods and
groceries nt prices that can't be
A f?ood piano is the Ludwig, and
you can buy them cheaper here than
in Portland, at Veatoh Lawson,
Patroui.o a homo industry tbat ia
building up a good trade by its
pood material. Tho Couger Cigar
Thc-ro mo photographers and
photographers, but the one you
want to go to is Cochran, in the
Young building. lie is well
equipped to furnish tbe best at the
The school board has the school
buildings thoroughly cleaned dur
ing the Cln isttnas vacation and put
in first cIuhh condition for the new
term. The l't side build,ing was
scrubbed from top to bottom, which
Jt need d very badly,
CH 3rd Street
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Hems of Interest in and about
Cottage Grove and.vicinity.
Mrs. Pearce returned from Ku
gcue on Wednesday.
Born to Welcome L. Hubble and
wife au 8 pound girl
Beautiful ladies wrist purses at
J, B. Lewis'. Call and see tbem.
Do you like music? Does the ex
pense of buying a piano seem to
much. See Veatch & Lawson.
Jean Stock well of Saginaw was
up to attend the Wood-Gardner
wedding on Wednesday night.
When you want n pleasant luxutlvo
take i'liamborlatu's Stomach and
1 Liver Tablets. For sale by The
j Modern Pliurinacy.
j Jianzo, the Danish Hypnotist will
i appear here on Jan. 4th and 5th at
tbe Orera House. Free dance after
Mr. Hunt, who used to work in
the Kakin & Bristow store several
years ago, was a visitor in town on
For an expert piane tuner aud re
pairer, call up L. L Woods, late of
Kimball's Piano Factory, Chicago,
on phone 393.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Porce and
wife were guests of Mr. aud Mrs
Roy Smith at Eugene for Ohristmas
iftBdreturueaUoaiv QQ Wedafsnay.
leads In Moll
In the salo of Notions, Nov
elties and fancy goods Keep
on eye out for our
Five Cent Counter
A few pair of shoes and
Groceries going at
J. H. Lewis pays cash for poultry.
Cigars Cigars Conger Cigars
Cottage Grove Cigars smoke O.
K. It will pay you to try them.
Mr, A. H. Wood left for the
coitb ou tbe Tuesday noon train.
Tbe Blair hotel hopes to be open
tor business iu about nix weeks at
Wynne's fur tacks and pictures
a five cent box of tacks gives you a
fine picture free.
Tbe DeMoHH Lyric liards are
coming. Don't forget tbe date
Jan. i5 at the Opera House.
Mr. (iiltiier, who ban beeu s end
ing several days looking over in
terests here, returned to Portland
Tbe liobemia Telephone Com
pany haH reduced itH toll line from
io cents to 2S cents tor service
which applies ull along tbe line.
Start out Ihe new year with a
new nicture of yourself for vour
friends. Tbey will appreciate it of
coime, and don t loiget to gel me
pictures of Cochran-
Clearance sales are in vogue
I bene daja everywhere, so tbat it is
possible to get a good low price on
moft auytbing if you watch your
We are getting rather tired of
haviug to eay to much about Russia,
and wish she would hurrv ud and
do something or olber, and get the
agony over with, and get nettled
down to a nail war civilized life.
The Harlow and Wicks mill at
Star has bad steam uu several
times recently, testing tbe plant,
but made its initial ru:: last Friday,
cutting timber for its own mill
Miss Uarrtt anuounces tbe com
mencement of a clearance tale in
order to make room for new apring
stock, which will soon be on the
way. Costs .will be cut to pieces
can take advantage of
The Register's New Year s Edi
tion is a very creditable one, and
shows the result of the work put
into it. We never knew so much
of Lane county and of Eugene ard
its surrounding towns. It seems
as though Cottage Grove and Bo
hemia rather got lost in the shuttle
iu tbe edition.
J. W. Baker and wife will leave :
for a trip south on Thursday. Mr.
Baker will go to San r rancisco, and
Mrs. Baker will go as far as Ash
laud for a short visit. Mr. Baker's
trip is purely business and will only
be prevented by his rheumatism,
which is troubling quite a good
deal at the present time.
Christian Church, Rev. D. E.
the morning and 7.30 in tbe even
ing. Y. P. S. C. K. meeting at
C:3o p. m. Sunday school at lo
o'clock, Intermediate Endeavor
Society at 2:30 and Choir practice
every Saturday evening at 7:30.
Preach the Word?" In the evening
"The i)eirs Compromises."
each and all of these services.
Prof. Strange retuned from bis
Christmas vacation on Monday
laden down with bundles aud pack
ages, and feeling relreshed and
light hearted for the work before
bim. Most of tbe cnildren were
anxious to get to school again, and
could be seen making hurried strides
to school Tuesday morning
Tbe little lectures that the professor
has been giving on tardiness, seems
to be haviug a good effect for the
percentage is getting down a good
deal and as the school bell is about
to ring you can see the little and
big folks hurrying and saying "Oh,
my I'm so afraid I'll be late, and
Professor don't like it," and then
the little feet hurry faster. Parents
give tbem a chance so they won't
havo to hurry so aa to keep from
displeasing the professor, for be
hopes to have everybody on time ftl
the time tbia term,
Miks Nina Chandler of Arlington,
is visiting with friends iu the city.
Mr. Kby siy tbat bis son it get
ting along fine and will noon bo
borne again, and able be hopes o
Mike Wald and wifo of Kugeue
have been spending their Christriai
with Mm. Wald'a parent here, and
returned to their borne on Thurs
day. Tbe Ciaroutte V Hea-lbc ntable is
looking more like a building each
day, and Hie contractors hope to
have it done before so very leu.
Miss Antoinette Uurdiek made a
flying tiip to S'lginaw and back
Tue.sd.iy, and today goes bacic to
J'.tigene to complete her work at
Mr. lo. W. Young of Seattle, a
capitalist was in town on Tueaday
looking for a chance to loan some
money on good sreurity and for
The Owl Lunch Counter had a
few minutes excitement the other
night when the wall paper back of
tbe coffee urn was net on fire by a
match carelessly thrown down. The
firedid not do much damage other
than burning some of the paper off
the wall and scorching the wood
work, which wa easily repaired.
The staud is doing a good business
and is an innovation in tbe line
Geo. Lea i still fighting with
tho water in the ditches where he
is tring to finish laying the new
water sy 'tern pipes. The cbug-a-cbug
of bis little gasoline driven
centrifugal pump drawing the
water out of tbe ditches is heard
early and late. He hopes to have
tba work all completed in a few
dayH. His greatest trouble after
tbe slow delivery of tbe pipe, has
been the upraising of the pipe by
tbe Moor's of water
Mayor Veatch has a fine pen
drawing of a Japanese maiden's
bead and houlderH, drawn by his
son, John. Mayor Veatch is justly
proud of the work, and is anxious
to see the boy get through his col
lege work at Kugene that he may
eend Lim to a firfet class art school,
tbat he may fully develop his talent
Young Mr. Veatch is anxious too,
and hopes to do hia father honor in
Superintendent of Public In
struction J. H. Ackerman has fixed
the following dates for eighth grade
examinations in tbe public schools
of tbe State of Oregon during 190G:
February 1 and 2, May 17 and 18,
June I4 and 15. September 27 and
28. These examinations must be
held in each county during the year
aud each county superintendent
man select the three of these four
dates that suits bis county beet.
Mr. Van Pelt ot Portland, who is
tbe official representative of the
Anti-Saloon League of Oregon ad
dressed the people at tbe Methodist
Church ou Sunday morniDg. and
the combined audiences ot the va
rious churches in a union service at
tbe Presbyterian Church in the
evening, in tue interests 01 ine
League and its work. Mr. an
Pelt has had much experience in his
particular work, he was at one time
engaged as a lawyer, after which he
became converted and entered tbe
minietry. He disclaims any party
ailiance. being non-partisan, and
working for the interests of all the
people, the movement he represents
being inter denominational.
The hardware, tinware, stoves,
ranges, farming implements, min
iug supplies, giant powder, caps and
fuse, as well as farming machinery
tbat we handle, are sold at prices
that can not help but please you.
You can not afford to miss us. The
Wynne HJwe. Co.
The .Missouri Girl.
"The Missouri Girl" at tbe Op
era House on Fiiday night was a
good show and was one of the most
laughable seen here for a long time.
Altogether the play was a very
simple one but full of funny effects,
which greatly amused the audience,
which was out for a good time.
The attendance was as large as any
this year, acd no one went away
Denver la Knotted by Sever' Suit
Agelnal f ormer nelen ncnuii.
Denver, Colo., Deo. 29. UpFer-
tendom is agog over the application
for divorce that Eugene Sayer, gen
eral manager of the Imperial Equip
ment Company, son or Daniel
Sayer, the attorney, and one of tbt
most popular young men ot tne city
has hied in tbe District uouri against
his wife Helen. Desertion is the
onlv charge preferred, but wiseacres
say there were other serious cauaes,
Mrs. Sayer, was Miss Helen Mc
Nultof HumiRton, Ore., and an ac
knowledged belle. Bhe married
Sayer three years ago, and was re
ceived with open arms in the high
est circles here. She went home
about a year ago, but until today It
was not known that the couple uaa
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health, from one extreme ot mnlsni
to another when, if they would only ;
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fed. but thtu, spare men who live on a
slender Be as careful uh ho will,
however, a niun past middle age. will
occasionally eai 100 uuini ur ii
article of food not milted to bis con
stitution, and will need a done ot
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets to cleanse and Invigorate lili
stomach and reflate Ida liver and
bowels. When thtu is done there Is
no reason why tho average "uiu
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