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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (May 23, 1906)
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Conger makes the best cigars in
See tho new 10 cent counter nt
Mens and boys overalls at tf to
$1. at the Hazaar.
Kugeue Steam Laundry, Allison
and Hastings agents.
Laie curtains of ull kinds and
values at Veatch & Lawsons.
100 sewing machine coupons
with each year's Bubscription paid
Flies are coming, but Hcreen
doors are here already. Got ready
Veatch & Iwson.
Cochran makes good photo
crsDhs and at good prices too. A
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rate is now on. Oct uext.
When you want a good magazine
or paper on a clubbing rate, try
your home paper with it. The
price will satisfy you.
Hello Central Give us every one
on the Hne. We want to tell them
about the great bargnins at the
Bazaar. Phone 193.
.miinf :im IJ
line of lints L M 1uin;
from start to finish ami is largely re
sponsible fwi t he success we have at -taincd
lor our line. They are 1111
f ticst i n;i I 1 v tlien alest assoi t men t
in town. All the leading si t.i j m s and
fT'."r'1 colors. Fine I'ana-U.'.ii-
I,,., s $0.00. Straw
atio 1 rash, all iitieee.
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MICK ilS a II1SIIC. -' .
Chas.A. Stevens & Co.
All 1 In- itrw w tuil inn! i 1 k
iiuit' ilaN ("t- suit, j.-ickt'lH,
hk in mi' I v:u-t-. t mi iiiciiis
linulr t I'T. M.'ltfll.ll.-l dy
I lii . aril. I .Iihmi lili t whin!
Mill". Silk mill mi-ireri-d
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new " I '1 ini'o" inn! " l'.Mii.il"
nilkn ill nil llii' li'Mililif liaili'M.
Ni tumble to !-ljciv Niiupli'.-'.
A few pat Ii'I iim in iliv-n mil
t-k i r t lfi'1 Iih 1111 Ii.iihI.
Mrs. Orpah Benson,
Collage (irove. Oregon.
'Plume, Main 391.
t 0 bb aovrtfTBffBjoimmnri
hems of Interest in and about
Cottage (irovc and vicinity.
Subset ibo for the Nuggot.
A homo brnml is the kind for you
to Kiuoke C. cigars.
All kinds of fresh soda and oys
ter crackers at the laaar.
Uoheniin cigars arc juet the thing
and don't you for get it.
Sewing inachinn coupons receiv
ed on subscriptions when you pay
Ask for a free sample of Chase k
Sanborn's Tea or Coffee at Metcalf
See those fiuo golf shirts, silk and
plain fronts at from 50 to yo cents
at the Ha.nar.
Got a hammock for your wife
theso hot afteruoous, Veatch it Daw
son handlo nouo but the best.
Tho Pacific Homestead is a good
weekly farming paper, and can bo
had at a reduced rato with Nugget
For an expert piano tuner and ro-
pairer, call up I,. L. Woods, hite of
kunbaHH 1'iano factory, Chicago,
ou phone 303.
j Free Deli very
I f'nll'ce, HUgUC, tH, SHU., IX'NIIS,
f ilrli-il priinrs, craukcm, oynlvrH,
Mllf (lllll'M, (IUIIH, (lll'lfl M'l-r,
ImvIIi-iI limn unit liliK('fi, rU'-,
Mynii, iimiIim"ch, rinliiH, rur
luii ( h , Hiii'fH, iiwil:li'H, linking
i')WIt, ('iitiiiix cfrn, Muliuori,
vi'K'-l 'ililo Muiip, Nnptlii, hivoii
hihI lilld Kniipn.
Patent Cake Pans
Meat and Nut Grinders
Reed Shopping Bags
Gilt Edge Polish
lli li-iiii fwnl Columbln (irttpa-
plioni's iml ItcconlM. J
I'tiKlH- OrdiTM. J
The Bazaar, i
( Jocai ts of nil styles at Veatch &
I'OK SALlv- l ive rooi house and
two p.ls, Inquire of C. 15. I'ru
Kobt. Suitor went north Sunday
noun, but expects to return before
Tree samples of Chase A: San
Ihiiu'k Tea or Coffee at Metcalf A
Cochran's studio is tho place for
you to (,'et vonr photograph. I'on't
There are o-carH and go-carts.
Vent, h Ijhvhoii have thetn
clic ei and better.
Free with Nugget subscription.
The New York Tribune Former, a
weekly agricultural paper.
Surveyor Tayl r was busy laying
out the exact corner for the new
bank block Saturday.
Judge (. R. Chrisman came up
from Kugeno on Saturday to attend
to important business matters.
Homo industry is all right when
you can get what you wont at the
right price, such as Cougers' cigars.
l'atToni.e a home industry that is
building up a good trade by its
good material. Tho Conger Cigar
Chicken fanciers get a Poultry
Journal, and keep pouted. The
Northwest Poultry Journal and the
Nugget for 1.75.
John Sutherland leaves tho last
of the week for over east of the
mountains whero he will preach
during the summer.
Conner and Cochran at the Ba
zaar have put in a new scule of the
latest model and want their custo
mers t observe how they progress.
Mrs Ue Henry of Yreka, Cali
fornia, whoso husband was formerly
one of the editors of the Nugget is
visiting with friends and relatives
The North Americau Mine in
lviistern Oregon was receutly under
Option for $1,500,000 but was with
drawn boforo any action could be
Tho phiu for a ladies' band are
being consumated and before long
the drove will have a first class
wonians' band. The ladies are
very enthusiastic and hope to eclipse
Doc Patterson with his wife and
baby of lvugene are visiting here
for a few days with friends. Mr.
Patterson was a preaenption clerk
at the Modem Pharmacy several
Baden and WeBtphalia, Germany
are not aloue famous as being great
health resorts, but also as being
the point of manufacture of the
greater portion of the great and
only original Portland cement.
Mrs. Humphreys, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Mariou
Veatch for sometime past, left for
Ivugeue on Saturday and will visit
there for a short time but expects
to return here before leaving for
The "Made iu Oaegou" exhibit
is on, and Portland s business
houses are doing all they can to ex
ploit Oregon Made Goods. The
display is said to be indeed a not
able one, and will have a great
bearing on the progress of the
lix-Mayor Veatch went down to
Kugone to attond the Athletio meet
and was greatly pleasd with the
showing by his son in the various
events. He says that they tell hitn
if he runs in the political race like
his sou does in the athletio race, he
will bo there with the goods all
Ganiewardon Baker left Monday
for a hhott trip north.
Ion't fuil to tiotie vsho thi con
testants are in tho mrirhino contest.
Miss Olive Willard left Monday
for Portland where fchei will remain
Jo? MeKibben and Ucrt Willard,
who are working with tho bridge
gang neur Frio, visited here over
Sunday returning to their wrk
Manager (Jeer of the Springs
was in town on Monday and says
that their building operations out
there were stopped by the rain, but
that ho hopes before long to get to
The Guard says Denver Las had
another fra luleut election, but that
it is a waste of paper to tell about
it. iiH they never had any other kind
of fin elet lion That maybe nearer
the truth than it Hounds.
Jordan and Sal lee have just com
pleted a contract for furnibhing two
cars of poles for rebuilding the Pa
cific States Telephone and Tele
graph Co lines in the drove. There
are 120 poles suflkient for four miles
Mrs. Henry Veatch and Mrs.
Charles Van Denburg of Cottage
Grove Bebekah Lodge and Mrs. L.
K. Ward of I.orane Kebekah Iyodge
left for Portland Monday to attend
the assembly of the Grand Lodge
being held there this week.
The West Sido School is going to
have some very neat programs this
ear, and they will bo issuing them
very soon. The programs will bo
printed as soon as the final arrange
ments are made. There are thirty
members in the class, all of whom
hope to pass.
There is a good deal of building
being done aronnd town in various
places. Many new homes are going
up, a number of additions are being
built. Several new blocks ore un
der consideration, and it is prob
able that before June is over Main
Hreet will see some improvements
ou the way. The new bank build
ing for the Cottage Grove bauk is
being prepared for, the earth is
being carried away for the base
ment. The Foresters are o progressive
organization and the Cottage Grove
lodge is composed of rustlers. Not
only did they increase their mem
bership 235 per cent, but they are
coutiuually at work for the im
proving of the order. They are
prepariug to assume the control of
the local band and . ill hire a band
master to train the musicians and
will not ask for outside help, unless
necessary. Good for the boys, they
want a good band and so do we,
and they can get the help if they
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Marsters and
family of Brownsville, together with
Mrs. L- B. Pearl havo been visiting
with Mrs. Andrew Brund, their
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Marsters
are on their way to Roseburg to
which point Mr. Marsters expect
to drivo 1000 goats from California
for feeding. The family will go
along and camp along the way, for
the two months drive. Mrs. Pearl
is a sister of Mrs. Brund and she
left Monday for her home.
It would seem as thouerh the
world was having more than the
usual amount of terrible catast-
rophios, with the Vesuvius erup-
tions, me nan rraucisco conna
cratiou and the Michigan fires, but
on comparison it is uoticed that
the averace is no trreater. Through
out the history of the world there
have been constantly occurring
great disasters of one kind and au-
other that wipe oft in turn many
thousand of lives and untold wealth.
New Idea In Furrvllvira Selling.
A firm in Portlaud has adopted a
new feature in conjunction with
furniture selline: by catalogue. The
Gevurtz Furniture Co agree to sell
all manner of household goods on a
very liberal credit and to pay all
freight charges to any part of the
state, as well. In toduy a paper
they advertise as a special bargain a
$60 Sewing Machine for $25; $5 to
accompany the order and $3 to be
paid monthly froight prepaid by
thetn. They say that buying direct
from the manufacturers in carload
lots enables them to do this. The
Gevurtz Furniture Co have been
30 years iu business in Portlaud
audare located at 173-175 First
Street. A postal card request will
brine you their catalogue. Their
ad appears elsewhere.
A LUCKY POSTMISTRESS
Is Mrs. Alexander, of Cary, Me.,
who has found Dr, King's New Life
Pills to Ito the best remedy eho ever
tiled for keeping tho stomach, liver
anil bowels in porfoct order. You'll
airreo with her If you try these painless
purities that iufuso now llfo. Guar
anteed by lionsou's Pharmacy, Price
Subscribe for the Nugget.
W Cof tag
:ONH DAY ONLY
Pretty Prancing Pomes in Mauvelci's
Troupes of Acrabats
Scores of Acnalists
Dozens of Athcletcs
Multitudes of N
Gregory's Royal Italian Band
Xargc waterproof cento
Only big show coming
Grand Street Parade
At Cottage Grove, Tuesday, May 20
and 8 p. in.
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Trained Lions rind Timers
Trained Llamas and Pumas
Trained Zebrcs and Ponies
Trained Ios Indicus
Trained Do.s and Monkcvs
Trained floats and I'is
Trained Elephants and
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