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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 15, 1906)
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Largest Denominational luhcrsity Is the
CHRISTIAN but not SECTARIAN
Two nt'v buildings. Avh'nuato I'miip
niont. 43 I'roftsors am! Instructors.
Two new Coarsen added this yea! :
English Commercial and
For I'm ticulni Address:
propntiex, cotiM-tit'K of the i;ic:iU t
pint "f the tou utile of S':ti lilijdit .
I'll" roinpiinv Ii.vh l"'iii;l,tfo:tv
live acres cduii i iiui.' tin- siitl ice 'f
the liip!e mine. A It '.:! In-i tlice
purchases total ,v "
Aht':i'l.v the new lrain h t llic
S.int! l'e K.uli';id is w i 1 1 1 m 1 'en
miles of Se.ucldieh, and it is us.
serltnl th.it trains will lc iiomin:'
to tlie tow 11 lv next ctoli't. 1 'heii
it is 'x'il"d tli.it n lo"iu will
make t this imp.iit.iut niiniu::
center 11 distnhuting puint for all
of that i t'iisive muiii'i; distn-t.
The company finni um s Ihit it
will stait at once t ImuM a line
hotf 1 t cost .it least i.ti"o. It
will also erect st-'tes and tesidi m es
and make o'lur uu'o t'oi; im-piovinents.
Dean J. T. Matthews or Pres. John H.Coleman
In Mr. He:iey'a crusade against
t'.e timber and land thievs, be has
thus fir, if we aiv not in error,
eimgbt only one newspaper man in
l is net, a man by the name ef
Nickel. Th name sounds cheap
nd the grnlt was on the small
hcale. The members of the press
are to bo congratulated that we
tt out of the muss with the loss of
only a Nicke' The Dalles Opti
mist. - . L
Womans Club of Ct InieGrova Flower
The Commercial Club's reading
roc in cvuuniay was a veniAuie
I'dcn, being tilled with choice
flowers growu "y thu ehildieu and
older folks of Cottage Grove. One
large table iu the center of the
loom was filled with large bowls of
bveet peas in the Wouians Club
colors, lavender aud white, in per
lect array. On one side of the room
three tables carried great vases of
rwee.t peas, some solid colors, others
mixed in so beautiful arrangement
s i to make it almost impossible to
(iecide what wa9 the best. Another
s-.de was decorated, with a great
bank of carnation, dahlias, nastur
tiums, paasies, asters, baby breath,
j.iingonette and scapiosia in a tasty
'ay, displaying each at its best.
On one table at the north, Ortgou'
famous roses were grouped, a detu
tiful display, yet not what might
have been wished owiug to the
severity of the spring season this
ear. The whele room was a bower
of beauty, and was a scene not to
be soon forgotten
The prizes to be awarded by the
Womans Club for the best flower
gardens, not bo'juets, produced by
the school children were presented
in the afternoon. The club had ap
pointed a committee that visited all
the yards id town, and decided
which of the children had arranged
1 he neatest beds of flowers, kept
them cleanest, and had had the best
success. The first prize was award
id to Mary Johnson, the second to
Tlaude and Tyler Jloope. (who
made their garden together) aud
1 bird to l'earl Planter, each of the
girls getting a vase aud Tler a
book. Ethel Iiartels took honor
utile mention in fourth place. The
ladies were very much pleased with
t ie interest the children had taken
in their work, and feel assured that
much of the lick of su'-ctss was due
to the Door quality of needs fur
nished bv the U. S government, for
1 he ladies to distribute, as hardly
one packet of seeds iu twenty pro
duced any flowers.
The ladies found many gardens
that deserved honorable mention,
and among those wore the Milne
children, Ralph and Clarence both
uoinfi finely, Merle Uriggs (who
hrouebt the first boouet of sweet
peas to the Club, in the first week
in April) Ollieand Sylvester John-
non. Rav Woods, aud Christina
Plans are already being laid by
the ladies for next year's work in
the hopes that the exhibit panned
by them for next year will be a
much finer one, and that parents
and children will wave tho seeds of
their choicen plants to plant next
spring. All parents are asked to
co-operate in this work, and to
Have as large a variety as posible,
and any Heejs that they can spare
may be brought to the Club 100ms,
to be distributed iu the spring, the
same as the rose slips were this
The ludies are very much pleased
with the results of their efforts
but nope to have a better season
next year, aud better eeeds to have
;ui exhibit that will be far ahead of
At Christian Church Next Sundnv'
Christian Church, Hev. 1. K.
Olson Pastor. Services at 11 in
the morning and 7.."0 iu the even
ing. V. P. S. C. K- meeting at
:-o p. in Sunday school at lo
o clock, IntermeoiHte r-ndavor
Society at -:y and t:l.oir practice
every Saturday evening at " 30.
Morning subject, "How to Suc
ceed'' ICveuing subject, 'What 1
must preach to save my soul."
You are cordially invited to at-t-nd
all these services.
To Mr. and Mi
Fisher 011 Vcdt
tine b:b j ii I
C ll Mil j
J Sl!k Creek
! Mr. and Mrs. Mehiu Dauiewuod
were visiting at S. Pmrcham's S.it
j urduy aud Sunday.
We are to have the wHter piped
dowu to the school house. The
I ditch is already dug for the pipe.
1 Work was done by the Medley boys j
i and W . I draw
Dr. George Wall was up from
I Kugeue Saturday to see Roy
i.vi. i:s ton's sr. w ai.i.
Makes lif.' now as safe in that il
a; on tiie Murder upland-). I'.. .
( 11 iadloe, ho resii lis . I hull on S .
ill Wueo, Tex., needs Imsea wall foi
safety. He writes: "1 liae usiil
lr. King's New liseiierv fni-iini
Mliilpt i"ll I he past liveear- audit
keeps ine well an I sale iVforc t hal
lime I had a finish wltirli fr)e:tr.-
had tn-eii growing wor-e. N"v it'
guiie " Cures i hi i ni'.' eniigli-, la
grippe, el on p. whoopiiiL; c uijih, a ml
preeiits piiriiiin inia. I'li.'i-aiit
take. I'.verv Lottie ju ir.iut - -. I .1 1
Itelisoii's I'lial niaey. l'rii-e ."' eeuis
and $1. 'I'll.d botti' free.
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nm & HANSEN;'
i rr;TAC cnovE. CRican.
PftlDC Or OfttCON
Our aw it miKo.
The first lumber for the new
uchool house is now on the ground.
We are gbul to see it.
Ii. G. Puap is agaiu ou the
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the purchase iTice of his land is the 1 r i u-i . i
r.. .ii. ,1 i x- , i for Kov U heeler. Roy is reported
to bo slowly improving.
Fays for Ktm Wul One Crop.
Albany, Or., Aug. !. Raising
enough clover in one season to pay
feat performed by Carl Newsch
wander, a farmer residing near Al- i
bany. This year he raised 2o,oc
pounds of Alsike clover on l.'l
acres, auu sohl it for ii cents a
pound, realizing 'loo. The cost
for seed and threshing the clover
was about $i a bushel, or less than
$400. Hence his profit wes more
than $2000, which is more than he
paid for the 43 acres. Desides
raising the clover Newsch wauder
made enough out of other depart
ments of his farm for living ex
penses, so that the net result of the
clover sale is clear profit. Telegram.
To R epubllcKk im
We are anxious to have
publican in close Io'kL, h
in;,' in harmony with the
cm National Cmigrc-si- 1
el o 1 k -Kt
. h ction of a
Coos Bay Rtvilro&d
Portiaud, Aug. 11 J. P. O'Brien
general manager of the Southern
Pacific railroad, states that con
struction of the Coos Bay railro'id,
from Drain to Marshfield, would be
pushed with great rapidity. On
top of the announcement that the
C. H. Loss compauy is to build the
first twenty miles out of Drain
comes the statement of Mr. O'Brien
that the contract for the second 2o
miles will be let in a few ways.
C. Ii. Loss says that he will not
hid on the second link of the line,
as 2" miles will be all his company
can attend to in the acquired time.
Mr. O'Brien srid that contracts
would be let for the third and fourth
links as soon as possible.
privilege of a visit with his
Mr. snd Mrs. Melvin Damewood
"Will" IMes from California,
j brother of Daid Kstes of this place,
made a short visit to his relatives
here last week. We understand
he will stop again on bij return
Mrs. Frauk Damewood has been
visitiug friend and relatives in our
Isaac Brown is helping Iloscoe
Yearous slack his grain.
"Grandpa" Babcock went to
Diain lo visit friends nearly a week
ago and has not leturned at this
Sumpter, Ore., Aug. 3. An
other young mine will enter the
constantly increasing list o steady
shippers to the smelter the coming
week. Oold Nusget, which created
a sensation last season by opening
phenomenally rich ore, resulting in
the discovery and location of the
Sunnybfook, which is also opening
rich ore, will begiu shipments as a
result of this season's continuous
The ore will come from the pies
ent drill in -i7o feet from its por-
tnl. Iu all 1 lie workings tho vein
holds an average width of four feet
with I4 inches of high-grade stuff
running from $40 t J -t'250. The
raise is now about 2o feet above the
tunnel and in it is a streak of phen
omenally rich free gold omi which
first brought the piopeity to notice.
Recent surveys show the drift
should reach below the glory hoi
iu about 40 feet, ami it is then an
other sensation is expected. The
present plan is to ship all ore ruu
ning better than $lo to the smelter
and to place the remainder in bins
pending a decision regardiug a
treatment plant. Samples from the
pay streak this week gave values of
10. fi'0 and $80 a ton, none of the
very rich free gold being sent in,
as it was desired to get only a con
servative average of the content.
The road to the property from
the old Bald Mountain, road has
been completed with the exception
of one hill, aud it is the intention
to begin woik on that at once; how
ever its steepness will not interfere
materially with getting the stuff
out, and Mr. Butler, one of the
owners, said yesterday that ship
ments would bo continuous. There
are nearly 2oo sacks ready now,
aud an extra force has been placed
at work assorting and sackiug the
higher grade rock as it comoa from
the tunuel. Review,
mittee in favor of th
The congressional campaign must
j be based on the administrative ami
luo legislative record of the carlv, and,
parent. I ! liini' so Thi-mlnu- K'i isevelt 's
personalty must be a eintral figure
and his aehievetu' uts a central
thought in the campaign.
We desire to maintain the w rk
of this campaign with popula sub
scriptions of one dollar i nch from
republicans. To each subscriber
we will send the Republican N"a
tit nal Campaign Text Book and all
documents issued by the committee
Help us achieve a great victory.
James S. Sherman, Chairman.
P. O. Bex 2o;."l, New York.
Knowles & Gettys
E&iowles & Gettys
Bought Duplex Extension Group.
Los Angeles, July 28 The rich
properties in the camp of Search
light, Nev. are continuing to fall
into strong hands Among the
latest deals that is causing great in
terest here was the purchase of the
Duplex Kxtension group, consist
ing of four full claims, adjoining
the Duplex mine and on the same
The Pacific Coast Mines Bureau,
purchased this group from the
original owners, Mo?s, Allison and
White, for the large sum of $50,
(O) with a cash payment of $to,
000. TIjm propeity is the extension of
the rich and resourceful Duplex
mine that was purchased by John
Brockman and Count Jas. Portalis
six months ago for tho sum of
$2"o,oox The Duplex is now tak
ing ore out of four shafts, shipping
daily, milling and running thir
immense cyanide plant.
The Duplex ledge enters the ex
tension ground in all of its strength
and richness and mining men here
who have examined the properly
ami are thoroughly familiaT with
the Duplex and also the Kxtension
property, express the firm convic
tion that the larger ore shoots will
be uncovered ujkju the holdings of
the inw company.
This late deal has stirred repre
sentatives of lh" eastern and West
ern iiivch'ors located in the camp
and the cxtensimiH and nearby
1 . .1 1,
ground 01 1110 r.xieiisiou company
is now greatly iu demand and
being sought for.
Lob Angeles capitalists are djiug
considerable toward developing
this part of Nevada aud their latest
investment will probably redound
to their credit.
uuvh wnoi.ii townshu.
Acquisition of almost an entire
townsite iu which lotH within the
past year havo iu some cases
jumped from 11 valuation of $100 to
fiorn $1500 to $2ooo, was an
nounced last evening by the II. II.
McCord Company 01 No. 3 12 South
This townsiie is that of Search
light, and the price named approxi
ThH II II. M.tCord Company
also bus intertsts in this district
under giound, in one of tho rich
Ihe principal purchase by the
company is that of the Urmoua
at reasonable prices.
ll-inch slab wood, blocks und
trimmings at JI.5II i"i load deliv
ered Phone No 501 Bio.vu Lum
Would like to xchane good
bicycle for wonl. "W" Nugget
Miners at the Continental Mine
Myrtle- Creek, Oregon. Telephone
Fine two Jtar old Shorthorn bull.
D. G. M 1'ki.a.i.
Saw mill aud lumher yard labor
ers . 2.2. per day. Woodsmen $2.-
25 to $.'l.oo. Steady work. Appb
to Booth Kelly Lumber do., Ku
geue, Oregon. tf
Miners Tools and Amunitions
A MID SUMMER
MOTOR. BICYCLE FOR SALE
A fine 2-horse pouer "Yale" 10,0a
mod'd, cost $i7.. A great bargain
at $100. Good us new. The Ba
zaar, Cottage 'Grove,
A good girl for general work in
small family, no washings. Apply
at this ollice at once. Nugget.
Lost Pocket Dock
Sunday July first on Main street.
B iok has stamped in it, Compli
nientH of Paloose State bunk. Con
tains two notes valuable to owner.
Ii 'urn to Schlccfs Hospital am.
r' five rewind.
A fine old gold breast pin on 1th
ol July. Oval net with six or t ight
small rub:es in the center. The
pin is an heir loom, coming from a
groat-great aunt of the loser, and
the finder will receive a line reward
by leaving pin ftt this oflico.
Our Hast Window is
playing a few specials in
2()c " 15c
15c " 12
Space does not permit other
bargains in Summer Fabrics.
Tom Awbrey has returned to
Cottage Grove and is again writing
insurance polices 111 the Oregon
Fire Relief Assn., of McMinnvillo,
and the Alvtua Fire Insurance Co.
of Ilurtford, Conn.
Wtvthed end Ironed
Lace curtains, clothes repaired
and pressed by Mrs. Geo. Bohlman.
Leave work at Ostrauder's barber
The Uodgc JK tflvcu perlcct Heparalloii
JOHN A. TRAYLOR.
1654BlakoSt. DENVER COLO
Hound trip passenger rates Chi
cago to Portland and return, via
direct line- will be $75.00 and from
Missouri lliver points $'!o.oo.
These tickets will be on Hale daily
commencing June 1st and continu
ing until Sept. 15th with final re
turn limit of October JJlst
J. M, Iwuam,
Kockefoller objects to ex-Secro-tury
of the Navy Long's etateineuta
that the Puritans were liars grafters
and debaucbceH, and says it was
their Kturdines.s and htrength upon
which America was founded.
A big four-horso load of govern
ment tenl.-i piiHsod through here
from Eugene for some point south
whero they uio to bo sold at auction.