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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1906)
Devoted to tlic Mining, Lumbering and Fanning Interests of this Community.
COTTAGH GROVE, LANE COUNTY OREGON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 190G.
To be Held Under the Auspices
of the Oregon Agrkullunil
College niul Citizens of
Cottage (irove, I riday,
I eh. 2.1 VMk
1'ii'lii.y, February '2, tuiln A M
Mimic, Cottage (liove Maud.
Address ol Wcl.oiue, I . II. I'lul
MeMjiotise, Dr. J'S. V i li 1 1 i I
Dairy llci I M a mi m t-n I . I'r..
W in. Si luilnn ricli, I Mlsl.i.i n, i .
Fnday, February 2.;, i I. M
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Addre-.it, Dairying. F'v (iaidinT.
Song, Blair Sisiein
Divi-iNilii'd Agin ultuu , Di
Friday, Febiuary 2 i, 7: 51 1.
MuMi". Cuitafr (irow Itm.l.
Addicss, Sail Problems, I 't
Instrumental M11-11, Mrs
Music, Sung, ,uiii I 1
Addicii, I.nvi ift-r.
Mu-i'-, S.ilo. J M Mum
Breed Rill J I'l'i of !iv- Stork,
Illulrt-d with Stcteopticon, Dr.
Withycotube, Prof. KniNily.
37 Tcltr Ktiiilifllon
Cuunty and tecrtl CarllfliKlaN.
Situ lust Wednesday until Sat - :
urday evening a good nmnv uf tlir'11" ' 1 I.ov--,
teachers f.um the oiiuty have been l"mMi has n
hnav with examinations' at Fiii'ei.e. s soiitiiwest
given by Supt. Ddlatd. The l..,ard
of tjxaiiiincis woic M- II. At nul I, 1
W. CJ. Matlin and II. C Uaugh
man, who have examined all pnpis
and have iwsiied the ful lowing,' list
nauiea ot the auccessful neH.
Ilvadone Mcgcr, Cottage Crine;
Fdith Orswell, (lOnheii; Minnie
Comer, Cottage () n-ve ; Theda IVr
kins, Springtield; L. Maud" (11
logly, F.ugeur; Sadie S Craton,
Umpqua l'erry; Gertrude l.uthy.
Juuction City; Vida Lulhy, Junc
tion I ity ; I annie Colvm, Kugene;
Mrs. Maitha Mel lure, Junction
lletta Pradford, IClmira; Hirdidn
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Lydia K. Penfiu, Fall Cieek;
Oainey K. Jacoby, Jasper; V F.ilna
llerthseh, of Springfield; livn J
Taylor, Peed; Nellie GatcH. Madi
son; Katheriiic P. 1'ieeman,
geue; Joseph I). MotTott, living;
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1 I hr Trle.-r mi t.ikt-s cxct-ptioti
the examination iiiu-stiutiH us yiveii '
by the Stale board oi F.diuati. in, j harbors ol that section. An effort
: and piuti. ul.ulv to this one: " If a j MllH made to divert him in favor of
K.ill'.n of p-iiiit will cover .'!'J a contract dredgang proportion, but
Hiiiare feet of snifair. how many he will not yield the plan fcr cou
gl!oiiH will be ii quuiil to cover struetion of a elredjje for this work,
with linn- i o !1- a barn '2 fu t loii, ! and expresses thehoje that he will
.'!') eet wide, 'Jo hit high to the i be successful this oession. liight
1 e acs. tin 1 id'e pole u tec t f i oin i i m provenieu t w ill tloubtless be au-
level eaves " Teiicln rs arc n it I
not Mit.pon .1 t
be 1 nil tical theo
leliciaiis, and c.iu Hot be expected
; to know what painters mien for
1 ligunng aie, and besides such ex
amination ;it- ol iitit-shity but
tests 'l a would be tellcherh' ineill
01 v foi lot ui nlas, t.(. I I, c. nveriige
peisoii thai, th it lakes such exami
nation cpc(ts to g-t a iiiiiu
qiii-Ht io: s I hut would never I
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anybody but a public
Arc making a
rcat sale on
Do not miss an
l: euls at the National Capital
Written for Our Readers.
( Sp ( ill Col HJlOlldllKC )
ui;: toil , D C, Feb J7.
Their is lilfc
!r doubt in the minds I editorials that appeared in promi
irr of congress that ; -ent eastern papers following Sena-
i nio'.l member ui ronir
mi i'ljourimifiil will be taken this
(--1 1 . 1 1 Hooii) linn! durintr Mv.
Foil, , witii; completion of wmk on
tl- rate regulation bill, Philippine
j t;ii ill and .liitelioud pi opoHitioim,
I ll)( ii- is litiln of sir li urgent natuie
I,-:im- i-oii v-n ss that the member
j I --1 it iiu mnbent upon them to
I' l 'iij.' this M i.M"ij Appropri -
nti"ii an- to he held to the mini
ilium, in-ianKi- of party couditiom,
ind the ' n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 do of
of them will
l l 1 1 !!(.' Old y Hl'Ct (iH
li! subordii.uted to the general sen-
' iiim iit top mi eiirlv aiiioiirnmc nt
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I ii iii'j mm 01 mi!o 10 iceeivc l"
tention this year by the government
Hppioprialiiig power, Oregon will
stand high. I-; very possible aaaur-
;am e t h n t ran be given quietly is
eujoyi-dby the Oregon delegation
1 'hat the very urgent wurk on the
' ohiinliin ri r will be continued.
It is jioKnt.le that the war depart
mint in i onl'i-miiL' with the man-
ax'eis in ionireHs. will interoret
this mohi urgent rur-il as existing at COLD roUND ON HILLS
the mouth ol the river, but there is AROUND SANTA BAR
et Iiuj k; im the determined work of BAKA.
tlit two Oregon senators for steady j OI,D lines every waslmay of a
work on the (Vlilo canal nroiect .! X laree hillside district in the
'l ht-so two great projects on the
1 Columbia have been championed
f..i-iv :i,i . .1,. 1 , Rii .. .1 , nnrti ,ar n
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().,,,,, Honthirii U'aiiliini'trm anrl
J northern Idaho interests. T, :th tho
ivsult that their details are familiar
to a1 u( Cuni;rcs8
I Senator Pulton is pressing the
toletlort lor a combination dredge on
tho coast, w hich would serve all the
horied 011 the upper Columbia
and Snake rivers. Construction of
light houNt at Cap' Aragao has been
authorized by the senate, uuder
Senator Fultou'a bill, and favorable
action is exacted in the home.
Thi-ie is also assurance that the
senior senator will secure at this
session the money required for the
federal builduig at Baker City, for
which a site- has been purchased.
and pit -liminai y arrangements made
for t onsti nc'.ioii.
Taken as a whole, the state has
fared well for a bitterly economic
session, and when final udjournmcnt
for the spring is tacii, Oregon will
unquestionably haTe much to her
Oregou'a sectorial represent 1
tiao in attracting more attention in
'ihceaMt than at home. Following
; the courtesies to the junior nenator
j at the time of his appointment,
I many rornjilimentH have been piiid
I the elder member of the state's
I delegation. One of the brightest
tor I'ulton's aide opf-nini,' of the
rate legislation debate iu the senate
wwi lliat in the Indianapolis Morn
,i"g Star, as follows:
"Senator Fulton of Oregon s-fniH
' to bave acquitted himself well in
j the firwt noteworthy appeaiapte on
.the lloor ot the senate in debate
1 with men like Spooner, Futiiker
i and D'nlev. It iH three yenr now
'niuce Mr. Fulton was elected, and h
han done hi" work unoptotititiously
and well, impressing hia ability
upon all who have seen him, and
vet aoidiUK the haste with whini
uew eenators are tempted to precipi
tate themselves into discussions.
He ia a man of floe talents and very
great industry. His habit of mas
teiing the details of his subject abd
thinking it through was revealed in
hia piompt and cogent answers to
the qutstions which were shot at
him by the best lawyers in the
! western part of this city,
! according to property owners thore,
who have a reauv Lectin nrosrect
I -.- - j t ' . I -
I lnfr for the VelloW metal. A Oer-
n whose name no one seems to
.' remember located the first treasure;
Thursday. He traced gold to the
1 40-acre holding of Y . u. Loats ,
just back or the Santa mroara polo
A assay certificate was re-
turned by Assayer James Irving ot Chas. Culp, labor pipe line 1 .70 means must be taken. At all events
Los Angeles. He quoted the dirt 'j -p. Allen, labor pipe line. . 2.40 it is best to give the raising of al
at $2,326. i'2 a ton, of which about! The reguhti n of wi.-r rates are j falfa a good trial,
fjoo runs in silver. up for discussion anion ; the coun-j m .
Coats is a teamster and with his;Cil and new rates will shortlvbe. Grzm In tho Forost Rosarv.
mother and two brotuers owns a 1 ma,e espeeiallv f-r b-isji -ss houses, j Stockmen who exoect to erim
JU-KCIC UdCk. lll'C llltfcfl a(,u -1-
fold 102 acres further back in the
hills. The land is now believed to
be rich in flour gold. Ex.
Prof. Strange had a quick trip to
Kugene last Friday after noo 11 to
complete hia final examination for a
life teachers' certifionte from the
state. He commenced to take this
examination over a year ago, but
has been so busy that he has never
been able to take an examination
but on a few studies at a time.
f)l fI fillfP I I Tp ; menco getting trees down in ihap
j beginning of their timber. He will
iget the start and be able to ship
Building Line and Cement I seven to ten ears daily, when tbe
Walks for Main Street. road is completed.
! At preHent the mill is running
j quite steadily, each day cutting a
Coiim il msiru ts fe.-or.l.-r to look 'ttle more and getting thing! in
Up law lor et:,0inhlllg a Uniform
buihliiig line on .Main street, and
for the fixing of a level grade from
the depot to the bndtre on Main
street, and for ordering nil further
walks on the street built of cement
and ot a n i l.1111 w idtli.
The sew i- eommitteo was em
powered to employ an engineer for
making plans for
thu Uride t-treet
the extention of
sewer to Fakins
coiner, ;ui'l south lojoun turnus,
also fi x the extention ot Fifth
street sewer one block.
The street commissioner was in-
united to present petitions to
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property uoiiiers on -mi .;r'i anu
other streets for grading and surfac-
ingof such streets, in order that, between i and 30 vnen are now
the work rnnv be begun early in the I employed at the mill, and the nam
H,i jn". 1 ber will be increased later, when all
W. S. Pennett obtained a permit
for certain repair work on his
bu l ling on Main street.
The recorder was l-.structed to
.idvertise fori. ids cn the pipe line
eoine ling tue .ortu v. ret k 10 ine.one ci ineir experimental aitaira
present system, also to prepare an farms in this vicinity, but have not
or linance fur the enlarging of the located just the place as jet. A
dam on the main water works sys-1 letter just received from them states
tern, by making it eighteen inches! that they hope to gire further de
thicker ut the bottom, three feet tails soon.
higher than at p'eseut and to havei Alfalfa can certainly be raised in
a width at the top of twelve inches. the valley under proper care, and
to be coustrticle I ef cement, and
; iv,e earth cleaned
rom the upper
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Tl, f',-..l.. I;i! l1nirf.-l
rm.r ,V VcuDenbure. nails for
S ' S 5
potts , p0'.vell, taking Hayes
children to hospital.
Garoutte Ilea Me, taking
Haves ehTlrn u 1
extention of .1, Oregon
South Pastern is progr.smg rap
; idly, and it is hoped ' have the
1 grading dune within a couple of
wetks. and then the work of j ivmg
ties and steel will be pushed vith
! vigor. About twenty five men, and
5 teams are now at work. The i wl
road is trying hard to get anm.-.oer
of Swedish railroad laborers to come
dowu from Poitlaud to do the lay
work, as they will make much
CLEAN UP SALE
On December 26th we
will commence to sell our
entire stock ot goods at re
duced prices. We want to
clean up all odds ends to
have every thing new for
Nothing will be sold on
credit at reducedprices cash
over the counter and we will
do you good.
GARMAN, 1IEMENWAY CO.
Leaders in AleixliaiidishiL!;.
bettor time w ith it.
j Tho IJrown Lumber Co- logging
1 contractor, Thomas, expacu to com-
"-F" 1U1 " "H umpm. j-uuiubj
i was the biggest day with a record
' f .V'.OOo feet, and Monday again
'u"y as mucn, wnicrj mort
than the mill has ever put oat be
fore within jo hours.
Iong dockfl are being built aouth
from the mill, with a space between
for the piling of the lumber. Th
space Utween toe two building
will all be ducked over and a run-
na) Pul iuo euj-mc iuobb.
The electric light plant hai fixed
UP a sawdust carriage and will burn
sawdust hereafter in the place of
slbs. which will be quite a saving
,.e ii,, ...i i,. i..i .
r ia""i, h-j ai-u uci w kci
witn ttie accumulation at me mill.
1 m macninery is m operation.
Southern P&olfio AlfIf Farm fUir
j The railroad expects to establish
made a profitable crop. It is jet a
problem what will be necessary to
j mike the growth a success. Inoc-
culated soil may be necessary, also
the expensive material necessary to
1 correct the excessive acidity of the
soil which seems to interfere with
the growth. These things hare to
be studied out. It may be lhat
... . . . -
neituer are needed, ana thatotner
1 their stock in the Cascade Rang
j Forest Reserve (Southern Division)
dunK ,tLe &fQ tof 1906. mt
nuuiuii iucii u'pi,eine)U3 iu mi u-
fore Match 10, 1906, as after that
date, applications will be refused
unless satisfactory reasons arc
given S. C. Bartrcm,
The next meeting of the "See
American League" will be held in
Victoria according to latest report.