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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (June 6, 1906)
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Devoted to the Mining, Lut,bering and Funning Interests of this Comrr" "'
COTTAGIC GROVE, LANE COUNTY OREGON, WEDNErf i ,-j OiWt, b, '1906.
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rna n a n r y w v n ,
And (Iciicral Mining New
Gathered from lixchangcs.
Tho flection in Bohemia went olf
very quietly, o the reports H.tv,
unci the vote will in. tin. il,
Al Chun hill in m town for a lew
days from Bohemia.
F. J. Hard left fur the Vesuvius
Saturday afternoon on hot -.ebrn k, ,
and txtx-ttH to return mi about n
week. While u .it tin- camp U
will investigate th.r it(. lily the
work done at I lit ill, lent nine-.'
dining lb! w 1 1 1 1 r
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1 1'V I 'he si : r Hei he 111 I of he
iMexe .iii (!;.. r, well u, govern-!
jllien! I. ....... v.eie .ed.cl I ,r.
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Republicans Carry Rest
r An Ana,
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iMh i.f gold
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royally welcomed ill nil
in tho camp which tie -
wock, and every pbt'c wry ouir
twj nrt ofTered tin m I'!m I .,h
are a bright set uml Mill add 10 the
good mining meu in the tile.
Iu. Rouse nil, I wifi. w hn have
hern keeping ih- Miiand l.u.lof
the (!o.ln Rub- Mirim; A Milling
Co. during the winter hue i.
turned to town, and G"o Kei'iir
and wif", who run the, h i'el tirforc
th Rouse liavi returrird uiei will
take tare of it duii i the Huiiiiner.
The ho'el ih ul tin- (ioldt-n Rule
Co's property nt the foot of the hill
goinjf uji to Hoht'iiiiu and n n f.it
orite stopping place
Mr. 01in I'leming, one of tin
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I he i"i!e tu- the All-
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lale i, t ie election
liiicvlnr of said
I t lie coming flec
1 .I'l, In retiy pledg-
'i'ho latent election returtiK of
; Wednesday morning are that p.avc
'hniilittlaiii, democrat, has heen
te elertnl (ovoriior hy ft majority
o lioni ;j,(700 to 4,000.
Jonathan I'.ourne, Jr., Republican,
va elretcd V. S. Senator by Hmall
majority. AH other stuto offices
were carried by Republicans by
l'.rg. inajoi it .
WonimiM SufTrage whh defeated
by a lurge majority, aK was the pro
poKt'l amendmeii to the local op
1 ion law.
The count y election hud ninny iu-
li-rei-t ng fih'M. !
I. H. llingham defeated It. M. !
eatih by p.o to 500 votes for
Fred Fi.sk, democrat, defeats
Wurnock, Rep., for sheriff by 1500
to jiiijii votes.
Other county offices wore cariicid
by Repiililicaiis' excepting lossibly
tll(! ci ifn ill ! 1 ill ilr IliiitnUuu riatt.
votern ! . , ' . '
c 11, , 'c,'"' ru nave ft Hiigui itud over
tonne 0',,, , ,
'1 lu; entire county went dry by
about 300 vott-H. lvugene went
wet by 'U votes. (Jottage Grove
went dry by 31 votes.
Vote of Cottngo Grove
Hiram Gould, p 3-r i7
Fred W . Mulkey, r 23 1 1G7
J. I). Steveno, a 4 1 .'Jo
im 1 n U'.v.
Lawrence T. HarriH.r 271 lHo
I. II. Ringharn, r t'Al 05
Rarton C- Y. Rrown.H 2') H
I'iobert M. Veatch, d 177 1.VJ
K KP!:HSF.NENTaTI TS
Allen H. F.aton, r I70 ill
Isaai N. Edwards, r I2O
R. A. Wahhburno, r K 127
Feou R. Fdrnuudson, d 121 73
James HayeH, d io7 l'2
JoKbuaJ. Walton, d 98 7'J
W, J. Rutler, m 29 i9
()u'rd C. Houston, h 21 I5
V. '.5. Mathews, h 2'! l'.)
F. C. Cole, s 26 7.'
JCn.est U. I.-e, r 22; 15
J C. Rarker, d If, 57
M STICK 0IJ I'KA' K
J. Ii. Young, r 2 10 IH4
J. W. Vaughn, .7.1 27
l'Olt ATtOKNKV GKNKKAI..
C. C. Rrix, s 21 14
M. Crawford, r 2o.'J l.'J3
Robert A, Miller, d '.2 71
V B Rutherford, p 2o lo
City Council Establishes Rates
for Summer Irrigation.
II. K. Lasou, i ii or '.' 30
F, Taylor, engineer jt c;o
Oriffin iV Vefitcli, j.liiiubirig
repairs r 12 50
If. (', IJart, water co'i'.i '.es po 00
Freight hose j. 4S
KOR SI I'KKINTr.NliKM OK I'l HI.Ii
J II Acker man, r
J Fv HoHraer, J
Henry Sheak, p
School M cei-
1 1 1 if you our iov.il support.
J.imei W. Sear-. J. W. Currin, ' 1
J. ."-. lien.. ni. i; r . killman, ,1 y .
l'i..!lll S 11 Mo--,.: I.' C r'.r-iee
largest dealers in iuinl)"r of Dmivor, j p Pe.si. p" I ) W In ' !er, 1'. R.
Colorado, pent some time visiting J j, I,
liwmui men in inn vicinity 01 1 ot
tiga drove lust week. Mr. Flem
ing placed orders with th Cham
bra Lumber Co. for several cars of
material and departed for the north
Saturday morning. It wuh found
without exception nil the mills both
large and small had orders far
ahead for their entire output ol
lumber, and it is plain to 'to tint
the importance of Cottage Orvi 'n
a milling and shipping center.
II. Anion, n q
C W. Rareo, h I3
(ieo. F. Chamberlain, d HJ1
James Withyeombe, r 171
hlciii TA K Y Ol STATI
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j J. C. Cooper, a
Willis S Duniway,
Alvio S Hawk, p
Siott Taylor, d
FOR COMMISSIONER OK I AHOK sTA-TISTli-S
AND INSTKCKOR OK i AC
TOR 11s and wor.K saors.
Nofi'c ! In 11 by givtii to the
legnl voter-, of S' bool District No. , T. C. McDaniel. p
l" of Fain- Co'Mitv, State of Ore-; R. H. Sproat. d
r 20I I3I
Thi Council met in regular
monthly nes.-iou on Monday night
and established the following rates
for irrigation during tho summer
months from thfl city wa'er mains.
Ileurs water can be used for irri- j Harms, libra
Ladlos tlisnd Klrcts Ofticers
; The new band el-, eted it of'Jeers
, on Monday i.i;:ht a.ei -! nt :.t Tucs
day to order tlnir iristrumnts,
which will be bas and snare lruraa
.baritone horn, alto, four cornets,
two trornbo:.' s n R flat and a tuba.
The otiicets are pres. Mr?, Lorena
iMartir. M'ee-prcsnii-M Miss Cier
; trude Ralni'-r, Sec. MjsH Dollie
Hawkins, trea.'r.nr, .Miss Dessie
gation purposes. C:?,(1 p. m. to 8 kins, manage r Miss Fthel. Cottle,
p. in. .director Mr. Cins. Cooiini-j,
Rate where family is using city , . , ,
water for domestic purpose, 70, The Bank of Cottage firove com-
t-eiHB jkt moiiin iKiuiuonai, 10 reg-; meneed hi;K- r,n Tn-
ul"Pte- . . 'corner of tho Oriffin &
Jiate where city water is used irl.. rv-
ay in a
only for irrigation purposes $1 per
Water for tstock 2j cents per
hea l pc-r month.
W. C Cottier and F O. McC.il-
vray representing the citizens who; The Fre
own property on the south side of flt SaUin S
ter del ai fed
ded visit wii
in Iowa ami
'i 1 .v
s an 1
y in .siree iroui iuii 01 ik t-i etK ( janiO' ' , a :
bri Jgo to Knowlton's barn came be- 0f Cottage
tore tne council csking thai toe j Gardner,
council m .ke the necessary ar-j
rangeui'nts for the city to vacate : Tho Jvpw
its mlit to a strip of (round 0 To n I Methodist F.
the south Bide of Wall street for : etuei ia:uMi ii,c-"iv.
that distance, where the street is ! borne of Rev. and Mr
;sts in session
I pointed C. G.
fill the pulpits
crooked, and is in excess of 60 feetjinKer-
in width th unifnrm widtti nt the I much.
Iat,'ue of the
1 v.. r.urcu was
evening at the
S. F. Mem-
All nioved themselves very
Ye'T dair.tv refreshmeht9
remainder of the street, in order to
make the entire street of a uniform
width, and so that sidewalks, tele-1 1 vr..n fVia
l'rai.k r. Renr.on
R. C. Frown, s
gon, th it the annual school meet
ing for f.ii 1 di't'ic: will be held at
the Fast i !e sell, ml building be
ginnin ', at the hour of 2 o'clock p.
in on the third Mniidav of June,
being the Isth da v of June A. D.
Feslie Rutler, p 15
C. R. Cook, s 2U
J. D, Matlock, d lio
Ceo. A. Steel, r i!7
11s n,e. 1 nif I-
namio&na Only Wil SS for Uv
A riot wiih caused ot Cananca, 1 pur use . it rin iiii
Mexico, across the border from j serve tic. 1 e uu is
Bisbte, Arizona, by the refusal of ht-rve one r.,i, an
the Cnaueu Copper Co. to raise j ol 'business u u ii
the wagoa of the Mexican miners; Dated tins iith 1
irotn $1 so to $.ri iierdav. F'riday ! Olivet Cati li. h airm.111 of Hoard
the men Htruck ami in the afternoon ! Attest .J. K. Barrett,
a fight occurred, in which a mini i Di-tiet Chile.
ber of Americans and many Mexi-'
ftans were kilhul. Tho lumber j Mrs. SuefudV will has bet-u at
yard of tho company as well ns.tiel.el by hei- tree, claiming fraud.
called lor the
; one director to j
1 nd 1 i!i elei k to
I I he t ran suction
I 1 mk Ii meeting. ;
1 1 1 ) line, loot'' ;
C. J. F.right p iS
Robert Fakin.r 201
T. G Hailey, d !o
Marcus W Robbins, a 20
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I" N I TED STATES SENATOR.
Jonathan Bourne, Jr., r 17H
John M Gearin, d
Lee Paget, p
A G Simola
I'red Fisk, d
L C Moffitt, s
V J Warnock,
COl NTY COKMISsroN'KR
S M Douglas, d 15?
111 i ii-sKNTATlVK to 'ON(;r:;ss
Henry D. ICdwards, r
Isaac I Thomas, s
Chas. V. Galloway, d
Fdward F llreen, p
i Willis C. Hawley, r
W. W. Myers, s
IMTiai STATES SKNATOR
Fvobert E Frstland.r 236
N N Mathews, s 56
(Continued to F.ighth page.)
phone lines, hydrant, fences and
all mFht be set on 1 definite line.
As any vacated property revokes
to the original own ,s the property
owners agreed tc settle the owner
ship of the ground among them
selves, and to brine the laud to
grade. With this agreement the
j city voted to vacate a strip of
ground 10 to 15 1 1 c-1 wide and
2210 feet long, alou:' the south side
of Wall street to the
The finance commit e
the bills for the mon :
council ordered ihem p
G. R. Pitcher, salary
Wynne Hardware Co, reps
W. S. Bennett, salary
Owens & Son, lumber
II. Yenske, reservoir rent
Fby & Markley, hose cart
J. F. Y'oung, salary
Will. Valley Co, lights
II. E. Underwood, salary...
W. A. Hogate, gravel
Nugget, ta. receipts
past two weeks, and additional
rains have just ad-ted to the land
slides and blockades on the rail
roads. Eastern rui-.ils havu been
greatly delayed and will be further
delaved for Pome tira". Pendleton
hassuffeiel most severely, bnt the
Dalles has had a cloudburst which
did much damage.
Hazel Mausur, whiln r.diug in
i . 1 1 -
property fine oacK or a wagon coming m to
I town on Saturday, was badly hurt
approved ! by being thrown f-om tho wagon.
id, as fob j and
the; The wacou was unite heavily loaded
had crossed the ford and in
icomiug down toward town the
wagon dropped into a deep rut, so
suddenly as to tliio-v the two girls
i-u the rear out, but Ilael was the
only one injured. SLsj struck, on
her head and shoulders and it was
thought that the seat struck her in
the side, or that the wrench strained
the muscles, as she suffered great
pain, and was carried into c nearby
so i home where she was cared for until
o ! Sunday- when she was able to go
00! to Mrs. Richards to be eared for.
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We are slaughtering prices on
Aside from regular prices we have many
suits which we cut almost in half.
3317 -$12.00 suits, all this week
5828- 15.00 suits, all this week
3354- 14.00 suits, all this week
3352- 13.00 suits, all this week
icsf stoclk of shoes
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