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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1906)
Its as Good
Is the best thing that
can be said of a hat.
There Is no weak
, paint in a McKibben
felt are all the best.
ZCbc Stanbarb $3.00
of Ibat Ualuc
C. II. BURKHOLER
Corner Main Cvl r? Street
SWTTSVBTB'BZTi'BlSli VttBWt fi 5 fl
tho lit-st itrars m
Sewicii' ma i i tie
1 1 - fol wliii'
My. Who in nh
Mr. 1'orter hit for I'oitluml Mi.n
day for a Bhort tii.
liiu:eiie Steam Iumdry, Allison
and I last i mkm aKftits.
Sewing iiiiichine oouponH ncoiv
el on suhwriptions wheu jmi pay
Albert Wallace has hoen yisiiiiiii
in Kuycne and reiurhud to lnnt of
Cochrau'H studio is tho place f r
you to get your photograph. Don't
Mayor Vtiatch made a short visit
to Eugene to attend the democrat
meeting on Saturdny.
Kre with Nugget subscription.
The New York Tribune Tnriiii-i, a
weekly agricultural pnjter.
Harden Heed just an i veil and
opened at Metralf V Hruuds. Tho
beet quality at the best prices.
C. K. Ashertou, piirchuhing
agent of the Uuion Pacilic railroad
ws in town Monday on uus.mss
A K" pi-u uC
J JM Oll VUJ vaa ua aM-wB MVaw t- -v 111 I HVV 1 U 1 ' HI I 1
in Portland, at Veatch A I.nwson. 1 of 'ice to lever suITYipip.
Patronie a home industry that is J The New York Tribune Fanner,
building up a good trade by it,n wieUv Agiicultural paper, froc
good material- The Couger Cigar to any nibvriU i tint invs a year's
Factory. subhcriplion to t lie Nugget.
U. Ji. iiitams, wuo iias iwu iok-;
ffinir camns up the O. it S. E. hm
just established a camp near Dex
ter. The New York Tribune Fanner,
a weekly Agricultural paper, fue to
and subscriber that pas a year's
subscription to the Nugget.
The Nugget wants to know who
the most worthy lady in C'ottago
Grove Is, and to whom tho Hewing
machine we will give away, should
go to. Indicate your desiies in this
Thsre ar very few "dead nds"
on the water pipe ia Cottage Grove
ince the new system is in aud
there will be none in the main
pipes when the last 200 feet across
the river is laid next summer.
There is talk of a long distance
tramp for the National Guaid this
vear instead of a camp out We
j - .
hope the boys won't sutler from it
the way the troops from Fort j
Kiley,' Kansas to San Antonio, j
Texas did, several dying of ex-1
posure and hardships, a few weeks
J. W. Baker, state gaiuewarden,
is a lover of game, and while he be
lieves iu having some wild birds
caged for purposes of propogation
Le takes care of them properly. He
has just built three large cages i
feet long, seven feet high and ten
feet wide which are in sections so
that they can be easily moved and
set ud anywhere. He intends to
make a business of raiBing some ,
rare specimens of pbeaHnts in his !
ppare time. The birds mat ne now
has are very fiue and are a surprise
to many, that did not kuow there
were so many varieties.
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5 a 6 fl (, r o a o o n r, a if, a f o 5tf 6tf tf"
1'v.nis (il IcvrrtV ii ;nc! aUnit $
Cottage (inne .nid vicinity.
I S 5 9 5. 9 B 5L9.S 9 9 .9
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li'old Sir m i-i'l i'.oj lli on tie
dihni-d t ! ;i 1 1 1 Mi.i!nv !
A 1. Willi; l.; l:.lis lli-kind I'oi you '
to hllloUc (.'. l;;'U M. i
JC. Iii'iini i imiivdji" liis house
hold goods t this point
l!ohfii,; i i; ;us .irir jut the thin;;
and don't von foi j;cl it.
ldci'i t mid bo.'-t a 'hoi tmout of
iMindi'r- in l M nt I lie l'tinnr,
Cfltr i," Cms' Kiiuiiiir lahlftrt,
picliup of l ily on i-tery ;.hfcPt, at
1 'o i n Id: . tiiiisji
I iocs the ex-
iiodso of lui'i !'!.' n
jiiano scrm to
intirh ;!(.( Wa'i.li X l.uw.soii.
Ceo. l'oli!i.ini Ims just Hcoivcd
his s i in; line- of M.mipk-H mid w ill
fill li'sh vj'i the- b t.t suit you ovm
For an t p rt piano timer and ro
pairer. cnll up Woodn, hto of
Kimball's I'iui'i Factoiv. f-hieairo.
on phone 303
Tf. ja. factory ja . ,
a n,.,t, m, nimK ,r HSC1I .
ii 12 was rf-poried only mx
hours lale Miiih1h , ni;d it is sup
posed that .the cause of the. delay
was a fund tlide, but that is yet to
Messrs Veatch .V
their recent purchano
and Ivnima .Martin
interest in the store
from U . S .
of their Jir.lf
Main Htroct whero. the Veatch &
l,awson stoic is, and Hie mnall resi
dence next it, acquire the entire
ownership of I lie ground,
' Wynne Hardware Co. received a
barrel of hinges Monday that
weighed 1,000 pounds. You can
IfBsgine the surprise of the drayman
that took hold of the barrel, which
looked much like au apple barrel,
and expected to move it right off,
but iustcad could not budge it.
It took the combined efforts of four
men, and then used them up pretty
badly in getting it into tho wacon.
The barrel was only about half full
too. Gocfd thing for the draymen
it'wasu't full, or something might
15c v. Grant StCwart, pastor of tho
Methodist Church at Pullman,
Wush , was iu Portland, January
. He reports tho work on his
charge in a gratifying condition,
and he has surely boon receivod
with great favor by iho people of
that, place. His vrite is at presout
in Florida, visiting Brother Stew
art's mother, where she will prob
ably remain till springtime. Key.
Dr. Hawk, presiding elder of the
Spokane District, w assisting some
of his nnslois in revival work, and
Brother Slow art will attend'some of
his ijiiirtcily meetings for him
while he is tlun engaged. Pacific
Whrvt a Ditto money
will buy At
1') Inch Htci I frying pun lo
l.oiig IiiiikIIimI lire h!iovoN o
.liiniiiiM'l 'IiihI pariH lo
Ai;l-wool pipes (r
Urbir root plpen 10
Wliink brooms ll)
Mutiny i-vii boutem ID
N illl'll HcImSOI'M ID
CurrM pofH, xxx tin ID
(!olli-i- pot, xxx tin Oft
I iiiiloii c(ivi'il lim-ki'tM Id
Kitlloii ImckflM Oft
"U In 1" yut oil 10
Sperm iiincliliic oil Oft
Kim-nt toilet 0ft
Covr r"l Ihkh butter dishes.. 10
!i i cr y ciinlc, Mee 10
l!"lllrn linn, hard wood D
Wim potato iihimIioim Oft
Nickeled wiiilciK 0ft
1.MW a'W) t-liect ttibletH ..0ft
NjllipOff III III I "n'' 0ft
Spelling bhit;' f 0ft
I .rtrgi l'i.v hi" ((ft
I'loiiri.r riiiiici'ii i i U runs. ,2ft
AIjo-Ioi Mfilrrion, per can 10
I'.et Neptune Sardines 10
Oytirri, Soda Crarkuri, Fane Cookie--Unm
Gruccrio at Cntt Boit Candle and
Orni!r la lon..Jn our toy, notions,
noYithlri, and chlnaware.
W. C. CONNKR, Mgr. Mazaar.
Not rlii Mp (.'ooiIm lm t iiki'Ih .-Ltaap.
R! : A pie'ty shrewd business man of
E ( (1t":'r drove I'f.'ticnv a pntnluma
K ' nir uhntor on on lionr yesterday,
u remarked : "Why don't von stick
mid lat-el it the
! 'mortgage raiser,' ''
That's a good mggf&tion
It is a name the incubutor has
earned, and the good hens who lay
Use cs for it, also.
ui ini uhii'.or sales are highly
.s itisfaf for tins year and you make
moic hoi. o i,t nioni y for tlie time ex-
pi'iidod with mi
nr'f-t Htiy I'tln t wny.
tin lor soiri'? literature ami see
how it Mi ikes i u, or (oum and see
tin in on our floor.
Wynne Hdw. Co.
!;Him Implements and .Supplies.
! Spring suits from tny newest
; rtamplcs which ore just in G. Lohl-
A'. O. Hough is getting in some
bushes aud trees from the Albany
Loggiiig crews are gettiDg prttty
numerous now and business begins
to feel tho difference.
Free with Nugget subscriotion.
The New York Tribune Farmer, a
weekly agricultural paper.
Home iudustry is all right when
you can get what you want at the
right price, such as Congers' cigars.
I tiJwigpiauos are the beet and
don't you forgef it. Veatch &
Lawsou are making a hit with their
The Now York Tribune Farmer,
a weekly agricultural paper, free to
any subscriber that pa8 a veai's
sul,stI j U to ,h Nugget
Chairman Matlock of the Demo
ctatic Central Committee of the
j county jot together a fair sized
! crowd of Deo'oerats Saturday to
' talk over prospects.
What ludy do you consider is the
most deserving woman of your ac
quaintance that would appreciate a
good sewiug machine? Name her
and give her some coupons.
Tho West Side Fire Depariment
has ita reading and meeting room
nicely fixed up and last week had it
wired for electric lights so that the
boys are right up to date now.
There arc photographers and
photographers, but the one you
want to go to is Cochran, in the
outig building. Ho is well
equipped to furnish the l6t at the
lowest pi ices.
FOR SALlv Hyouse and lot on
went sido in a good location. I,ot
comprises a quarter of a block,
with an excellent well. House iu
good repair. 5
Kbkk G. Bbownk.
Mr. John Paul Jones, traveling
passenger agent, and "Mr. Brown,
freight claim agent of the Southern
Pacilic Co , stopped over in towu
Monday waiting for the delayed
Tho Nugget believes that there
is some lady in Cottage Grove or
vicinity that would like a fine sew
ing machine fiee, asd is going to
give such a machine to the lady
considered most worthy by tho
votes of her fiiends. The machine
is an Kldredgo, live drawer machine
of the latest make, fully guaranteed
and equipped and can be seen in
our window at any time. If vou
want this machine and feel that you
ate entitled to it, ask your friends
to vote lor you. They cau vote the
votes printed in each paper and
also by paying up their subscrip
tion either back, or iu advance, se
curing additional votes,
Valentines galore at the I'azuar.
ICdiHon phonographs and records
at the Unzaar.
Over $150 worth of new china
ware at the Bazaar.
Largest stock of French harps in
tewn at the Bazaar.
01 lon cr and round embroidery
hoops at the Bazaar.
Cochran makes rood nhoto-
graphs and at good prices too. A
rate ia now on. Get uext.
BOBN To Mr. and Mrs. C. If.
Sharon ol Saginaw, a daughter,
on Saturday the 10th of Febru
ary. The Lest piano Bold is the cheap
est in the loDg run. The Ludwig
is the best and Veatch t Iawson
make the lowest kind of a price.
Mrs. M. F. Fiforbas returned
from Eugene, where she has been
doing "trained nursing" but i-aya
that most people there wants cheap
nurses, not trained nurses.
Another pioneer has gone to his
long rest. "Uncle Jack" Know
ton, a resident of Cottage Grove for
forue 'V.i year died Monday morning
after a sicklies extending over a
period of some two or three years.
Porter Davis Knowlton was born
September 26, i82G at Chicopoe
Falls. Hampden County, Mass. He
crossed the plains with an ox tfam
in l85o for California, moving to
Oregon in 1873. He was married
in Yamhill County to Sarah J. Mar ;
tin, Jen. 9th, I873, coming to Cot.
tage Grove in December of the
same year and has resided here !
ever since. i
He leaves besides a loving wife,
the following childreu: L. D.
Knowlton of Portland, Mrs. H. G.
Morris of Kugene, Mrs. Fingal
Hinds, Mrs. Orvel Knapp H. S.
Knowlton and Katie Knowlton of
this city, besides many friends.
The funeral services were held
from the family jtrsidence and were
conducted by Rev. J. H. Sharp, as
sisted by Rev. C. II. Wallace, both
old pioneer comrades, all nearly
eighty years old, whose ministra
tions were especially tender in that
Uncle Jack haa been converted
through the mininstrations of Rev.
Sharp only a few days before his
death. The body was laid to rest
in the McFarland cemeterv.
Wlllfk.mlt Vavllay Alfalfa Raisins.
The Southern .Pacific Company is
taking a great interest in fostering
the raising of alfalfa throughout tl e
valley, and makes the following
"After a thorough investigation
our company believes that the dairy
industry of the Willamette Valley
can be made more profitable, and
the production greatly increased,
through th9 growing of alfalfa.
While many attempts have been
made in the valley to grow alfalfa,
and in some places with commercial
success, yet the valley cau hardly
be classed as a producer of alfalfa
as a crop. Therefore the Southern
Pacific Company proposes, in dif
ferent parts of the Willamette val
ley, to plant 20 or more tracts in
alfalfa aud to endeavor to cultivate
The object to be attained is, first,
to determiue under what conditions
and in what sections of the valley
alfalfa can be grown successfully;
and second, to give as wide pub
licity as possible to the results at
tained, that farmers interested may
have the value of our experience
The market for dairy products is
practically unlimited so far as Ore
gon is concerned, since condeused
milk, butter and cheese can now
easily be transported for long dis
tances. I will call your attention
to one home market, a an ex
ample, open to Oregon, and that is
Alaska. The movement of butter
and cheese during the 12 months
ending June 30th last from uget
Sound to Alaska, amounted to 1,
Mr. W. W. Cotton, who has had
much practical experience in al
falfa culture, is preparing a pam
phlet upon this subject."
Anyone interested in this subject
can get this pamphiet, as well as
others that will be issued from time
to time, telling the progress of the
work in the various parts of the
valley, by writing to Paul Shouj),
Assistant General Freiht Agent of
the S. P. at Portland.
Take advantage of this oppor
tunity. To th Poopla of Cottug Grova and
Having recently consolidated with
the Griffin & Veatch Co. of this
city, all accounts due the firm will
be collected by Griflln & Veatch Co.
We shall now aim to carry a larger
and better assortment of stock per
taining to tho hardware trade than
heretofore. Thanking our many
patrons for their past trade and
trusting a continuance of the same
in the futnre,
We Remain Yours for Business,
FiFBR & VanDknburg,
fill the rjew?
fill the Time
Neat Job Work of
All Kinds Dooe
(Ue'li ttm Vou Right
Can be used in either hand
and strops like any razor.
Ijt cuts them off slick as a whistle."
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Tlic Ilocljfc Jigs ifivea perfect separation
JOHN A. TRAYLOR.
1634 BlakcSt. DENVER, COL
Eldridge Sewing Machine Free
To the most worthy lady cf Cottage
, Grove and vicinity, the Nugget will
give a fine five drawer Sewing Ma
chine. Who the lady is will be deter
mined by vote of Nugget subscribers.
Coupon for Eldridge Sewing Machine
To be awarded the most worthy lady "
of Cottage Grove and vicinity.
One vote for
This coupon must be void before Feb. 21.
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