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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1906)
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Hiimll I'olllrM. I'inn fteccrrunH
II 1 1 1 1 puWil'TS. Iiintll powdi'l.
Tine New Slock ol
Knives nnd Razors.
NOTIONS AND NOVELTIES
School Tabids and Pencils.
Ti'iii .nnli n Drips, l 'ri-Hcfiit I'.uK-
llIK I'llvwIiT, .MlltclllS.Uroemil'tl.
Collage Urove, Or.
Paid up Capital:
Sim . Ill" 11 II I I lull V Mi
M.iin y In I. mil mi iiiinvil Mi'riirity
!! x l..t iij.'i'M -iil'l, uvikilalilr anv
iui' In tin- I'nilfl Slati'M
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and CURE thi LUNC8
Buret ana Uuichr.t Curo for all
THROAT unci J.1INO TttUUIi
fl JjHB, or MONEY HACK.
Vetch and Oat Seed
Mixed in the proper
proportion lor hay. One
and iie-(pinrter cents
per pound. Impure of
Cottage (i rove, Ore.
A. Hemenwny hns bargain
ra full of bargains.
Kuowles & Getty s
Knowles & Gettys
at reasonable prices.
Goods at Reasonable Prices.
Miners Tools and Amunitions
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lMTWC Ileitis of Interest in and obout 3
IlUJlltJ ntjyVlj Cot (ne (irove nnd vicinity.
Subscribe for the Nugget.
CnrncN nnd Curtains at Ve.-.t, I, i
Curlnins at Ve.ib Ii i
all nt ( )pcru Iioiihi-
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I'icturoH fiamcil to order .-it
Voateh ,v LawHot. . !
(let in. Special disli hnId ( lus s
tli i m wi k. Metcalf X Rrund.
The l'orestcru mns'pieradc ball at
the Opera house Christmas ivn.
Men's and boys caps and giils
liiitw at Icsm that cost at Morno's.
l'liotogruph nets for all kindx of
decorations at New Km drug stoic
Arc you Inking lulvniilage t 1
our big clubbing offer. It cati'l. be
Christmas night 11 masquerade!
ball at tbo Opera hotino by I on fct- 1
crs. l2-2". j
Scholl would bo gla l to have yon
come in bin Htoro and look ovr his
(lo to L. Moibo's store for bar-;
KaiiiK. Ir. Nchlrtf'H building.
Kend a pii l ure of the Giovo i.ihI.
Vour letter paper Hhould havo mh h
a hcvl on it, and your envelopes i
The Cf'tt'tjre (irovo Houvetiir tab- J
lets nnd cnvid 'perf tnn bo :ad at
the I'.aaar. Advitiwe O'tla'o
drove by usinf; tin ni
A cozy corner with your pliofu
urapliM in file of our ph"to nets in ,
tho very hiteHt tiling out. Ne.vj
ICru lruK 'tori', j
I,. Ij. Woods, tuner lot Allen iV 1
Cilbeit Kainakc r Co. Portland, wid
le in Cottage drove during the
holidays. J.euvo your nunc ut
V'oalch 1 Ijawdou's Piano lb use
and he will put your piano in t-me,
N'o exlru i hnr'e fur voii iii',' j i.i ii'is. i
Tho. Conner and family Kit
Thui'sduy night for Union. Oregon, i
in which neighhoi hood their many
relatives, who were iu San Finn- j
ciHco ut tho time of tho great dis-
asler, have settled. Tho country ',
h new over there, and Mr. Conger'
hopes to get in on the ground floor, !
nnd make bin cignr manufacturing j
business 11 far more prosperous one j
Chan. Cochran cnino down from j tie new Methodist church gymna
Cottaga (irovo last night to attend Lium has all beou ordered from the
tho C-uinining concert C. H Spaulding Co in Chicago and Sao
Youdct. firest router in the I!o
hernia district spent Tlmnksghiug
with his family nnd goes back to
his work today..... ..J. II
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ridge and wife of Cottage, drove, j
were in tho city over Thanksgiving j
to v'imiI with their daughter, Mrs. j
J. V. Harris Miss, a Minnie
Chambers ;-nd Vera Martin le- j
turned from Cottage drovo yester- j
day having spnt Thanksgiving j
with Home friends there Mrs. J. j
C- Johusou of Cottage drove came j
in yesterday to visit with Mis.
Km ma Johnson O. Furrell went
to Cottage Grove to hold services.
1). I,. Cartmell nn 1 John C.
Neman went to Cottage drove
yesterday on a real estate deal
II. li. WiUon and family of Cot
tage Grove, who havo been vi-it-inC
the familieH of Stewart aud Hoy
Milne and Jonu Dunlnp, returned
home yterdaj. Register.
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Jiugciw Steam I,aundry, Allison
1 1 isIiiih agents
N iv Htd k 'f dry goods, 11 ml
li'ii h at Cnniu & Ve'ibb.
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' hairs just in Vcatch V I.awsons
Ti(. ,;town SCM. Co hh(jtH can.t
be b' at. Sold by Currin & Vcatch.
This week in the last week of the
;.pe Ul sale on dishes at Melcalf A
Ji.irgains in nil wool underwear,
and men's cups mI" gi'l s wcliool
hatu at Morsc'n.
I .ust Saturday December lnt, J.
I Jones celebrated his fortieth
birthday' at his homo with his
hiinily and at 5 o'clock together
with Kev. JJcralty aud family a big
lurkey (iiniier wuh nerveu in me nc-1 A
lijd.t of all. f
AMiipriso for tho evening had
been planned by his friends- and
Rev. Realty wan pcrfmaded to re
main at his home till the great
crowd would arrive later 011 in the
evening in order that Rrother JoneH
woiim not ie away wnen mey came, j y
At 7 t, j I he company gathered at :
the M. J',. Parsonage and in a body 9
proceeded across the river and took J 6
possi s'doii of .Mr. Jontis homo. He
was greatly surprised to eo ho
inaiiy people ami esjifcially was
gla l lo once again enjoy an even
ing, of fun and merriment with tin
young peopl", fur although being lo
vents of age he seemed one of them
both in looks and action. The
j l!y crowd did not know what made
tin t hange but upon closer obser
vation they noted that Bro. Jones
w is minus a moustache. The eveu
m,7H fun was great nnd everyone
pie-cnt was made to feel at home
111 his elegant home.
The best fun, however, was had
in ?ir the midnight hour, whe-u the
delightful refreshments were served.
About lo persons were present
nn 1 all departed to their various
homes realizing thot tho eveuiog
had bjjen a buccc-hs.
Mr. Join s expects to grow youti-
r each year ami hisfrieiidn only wish
that his birthday would corno oft
ener. Gottlnft Ko 'dy for Uulnn
The gvmnaftium apparatus for
pram isco and by the tmio it ar
rives tho hall will be in shape. The
carpenters will begiu thin week to
nuoii-jtixup the ilressing rooms,
the dressing rooms, shower
bnthsttc which will be located under
the new addition to the church. A
large room directly under the Kp-
worth League room will bo ar-
r inged for the use ot visitors, and
ncrtened off so that they can not
bother the gymnasium work. Hot
and col 1 water is being arranged
f..r the shower l aths, with warm
dr ssing rooms. The gymnasium
will l e painted white, the windows
covered with wire, and everything
lived up in good shape. A number
of clssst-s will be formed of both
men and women, young men and
young women, boys and girls, 60
that all can get the benefit of the
Qulntotlo Greatly Plea.ta Audleits.
The Midland Operft Quintette
which appeared in the Opera house
hero on last Friday night rendered
ft program thtit was very plonsiug
to those who hud the good fortune
to be present.
The entire program was well ren
dered nnd brought ita deserved
round of applause. Mr. MacRae
as tho basso did splendid work and
the soprano Miss Kerman sang with
great ease and her voice- was full
and rich. The violin solo of Miss
Hansen, "The Drenm of tho Tyro
lean" followed by "Traumeri', for
an encore, pleased every person.
Her execution was very fine and
the beauty of her playing well
brought out the splendid music- of
her solectioue. Miss DeLarjo, the
pianist quite captured the audience
with her work at the piano in both
accompauing and in solo work. Mr.
Sayler, tho touor while in very poor
voice, did his boat, and showed a
fine voice, though tumble to do well
on account of its roughuess, from
The third number of the course
kept up the good record made by
tho previous numbora and the next
number Thomas McClury, tho
great humorist, promises to be
even better than tho other numbers.
Do not miss him Saturday Deo, 22.
Will Tost Milking Machlno
TheCorvallis Acrlcultural Col-
leo is now making a teBt of a new
milking machine and will endeavor
to find out its affect upon the sows
it is used with. Half of a herd
will bo milked by hand, the other
I half by machine.
Hale Ii tlic ( lii lu-ns, no mis
take. Their reeord cannot
All sizes carried in stock.
WYNNE mm CO.
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Paid Capital $15,000.00.
W. Ii. Abramt
C. Roti Kinii
A. H. Kelio
A repii'sentatlvi' batik cl 1 1 j
hiiMinoKH 'ii! li'- of this city and
Kurroundiii coin. trv.
We Solicit your business.
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Lea. Awarded Nowberg Contract
The ful losing from the Xewberg
Graphic nleds little comment:
At the mpetinu' of the city coun
cil Tuesday night a contract was
closed with George Lea, of Cottage
drove, for installing tho new water
system, the price biing 14, "79.
The contract calls lor digging the
litches, furnishing an 1 laying tho
pipe from the ppring to tha reser
voir nnd from the reservoir to town.
Wood pipe ma lo by the National
Pipe Co., of Olympia will bo used.
Woik will begin ut once and tho
contractor agrn'J 'o h ive it all com
pleted by the lust of May.
Mr. I,ca commenced work at
once, and expects to get at least a
month's work dono before bad
weather comes on ajjain. He
states that he has a large reservoir
to hold 500,000 gallons to build,
which will be lined throughout
with six inches of cement- He ex
pects to have the contract finished
up on tune, and rot to sillier from
my such freight delavs as he had
with tho system here. Ho id now
figuring on another contract, ai d
will have all the work outside ho
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson of Chit-
wood, Oregon have located them
selves in tho Ashby house for the
Mr. DeLuro Hemeuway of Cot-
tago Grove was looking at land in
our neighborhood the first of the
Mr. and Mrs. Khlridge Wheeler
returned from their California visit,
on Thanksgiving day. They say
Oregon is good enough for them,
and they are glad to be at home
again, ulthough they enjoyed a
good visit with friends while away.
Some of our young people speut
Saturday night with friends iu Cot
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Wheeler
gavo a bountiful dinner to a few
friends on Thanksgiving day.
Miss Janet D ivieUon of Saginaw,
came up to spend Thanksgiving
with her sister Mrs. Kugeue Miller
aud Mrs. T. Richardson.
Miss' Inez Casebeer is sponding
a few days at thu home of her aunt
Mrs. Beuhh Kstcs.
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