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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1899)
DCVOtC(1 l tllC M'IR. UberiK and Fannin,
"g Interests of this Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Irving.
Cottage G-rovo, Oregon, Friday, A.tw?. 4, 1899.
Eakin & Bristow.
Ihirt waliti, Dulls, Collar, nnl CurTn.
Iter; one a bouty. Cheaper than you
o otki tltscn.
Triminlnic anil Dress Silks In alt col
on iml itrles at price Dial everybody
Mssflord to wear them.
Kid UIovc in allVolora ami lalmt
rivl fastenings at i.ou and i.'.'n per
Uouim-IIiio I'd Sole. In all llm at
Uictlve colors. Price 2fi per cent. e
thin Ust year.
tyring Wrappers. Tlicy are iwrfect.
Xontedto worry alwut making them
it can tare you the trouble.
Bakin & Bristow.
Mrs. Pet SanfortrN,
Uiln Btreat, Cottage (.trove, Or.
J. E. young,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OEssOn Mln lret, Wel Hide,
Cottage drove, Oregon,
Social attention given to Mining
Business and Collections.
EuuKaa .... ... OurooN.
ALP WAI.KCR .... Mmpr,
Main Street, Cottage Groee, Ore.
A OF. NTH WaNTKD Foil "TlIK LlFK ANI
Achievements of Admiral Dewey," tho
world's greatest naval hero. Ily Murat
HaUtend, tho life-long friend nnd ad
mirer of tho nation's idol. Biggest nnd
best book ; over 500 pages, 8x10 Inches j
nearly 100 pagcB half tone illustrations.
Only $1.60. Enormous demand. Big
ommUslons. Outfit freo. Chance of n
mo time. Write quick. Tho Dominion
Cojnpany, 3rd Floor Caxton Bldg.,
Old papers for sale at this office.
CALL FOR COUNrY WARRANT8.
Notice Is hcroby given that tho follow
JJ'fJ wnrrunta will bo paid on prosontn-
1809, Interest on Bamo will ceaso luly
J2, 1800, All Lano county warrants
from registered numbor 6358 to 6633
Dated, Eugene, July 10, 1809.
A. 8. Pattkrson,
Note this : You can procure the Bo
hrnia Nugget, your home paper nnd the
Bt Louis Globe-Democrao for $1.76 per
yr, cash In advancs.
Eakin & Bristow.
Only .Vi.OO cash for the bust uoods.
i Durability ami price hi tutted by none.
j To eveiy Imly who buys one. of our f.'tt.OO
cnain wheels within tho next 60 days
will Kite u Royal Carpet Sweeper
Outing Klaiini-lii. Fifty pica, at re
duced palces. .New putteruii nnd col
ors. Cretonnes, HilknllncN nrul Draperies
I at 10c Ui 'JAc.
Dress Linings. All the Intent tiling
, In plain ami fancies, Near Silks, Silk
Stripes, nnd I'crealines nnd KNeeies.
I'orcaliiiiK. An assortment of colors
that do not fail to attract favorable at
tention. ialrin & Bri
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An annual publication of about 100
pauri'i gotten up in most nttractive style
and kautifully illiiHtrnti'd in half-tone.
The contents of each number are varied
and diu"ei cut from la preilacefHor. Tho
Noiitiikk.n Facikic has become noted fur
thin publication. Tub Fixkht Thing is
Railway Litkuatuiik. Send six cents.
YKI.LOWSTONK PARK MAP
A relief map of Yellowstone Park.
Printeil on tirm paper, and suitable for
mounting or framing and for use in
schools, class rooms, etc. Tho best map
of the Park that is publicly distributed.
Mailed in paotboard tubed. Send lOuts.
A nicelv illustrated pamphlet, descrip
tive of Mount Kanier, Washington, the
grandest ico-rovered peak in tho United
States. Send two cents.
KOOTKNA1 FOLDE It
Aii illusiratcl folder and relief map of
the Kootenai Itegion in UritishColumbiu
north of Spokane. Send two cents.
ARMY AND NAVY BOOK
Tells about both tho U. S. and Spanish
armies and navies wt kginning of Spanish-American
war. Map of Culm nnd
ndjacciit. islands. A vest nocket historv
well worth preserving for referenco.
Send tun cents.
In sending for these write the address
carefullv, and state where advertisement
wasscen. cba. s. fek, ,
Uniteh Statkh Lanw Okkiok,
Roseburg, Qro., July 20, 1899.
Notice is, hereby given, that tho ap
proved plat, of survey of Township. 21,
8., Range 3 E. has been recoived from
tho surveyor general for Orogon, nnd on
Tuesday August 22, 1800, at nine
o'clock n, m. Tho said plat will bo
filed In this office. Said township
being within the CaBcado forest rcaorvo,
the land embraced therein will bo sub
ject to entry on and after that dato for
tho perfection of clnlms initintod prior
to executive order of September 28,
1893, creating said resorvo.
J.T. Bkidoks, Rkoibtkh,
J. II. Booth, Receiver.
Just benr in mind that tho sub
scription list of the Bohemia Nugget. Is
growing daily, and that tho proprietors
npprcciato tho pntronage given the
Eakin & Bristow.
Shoes Ladles SIioch Fine Shoes.
Our fl.Wl nnd 2.00 linen are very to beat
mid our $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 "lines are
never equaled. Come and sec our prices
and you will mirely buy. Latest ttyles
in all widths.
Chntnbmyfl. All colors.
Now Table Spreads and Portiere in
Calicoes I Calicoes! Calicoes 1 You
will acknowledge their superiority at
j New Hibkns! New colors, new
j styles and new prices.
j Your cash trade is what we want and
i if low prices and best goods count for
wything we will get a large share of it.
We are now prepared to furnish
all kinds of Brackets, Mouldings,
Cornice, Sash and Doors, Door and
Window frames, Screen Doors,
Windows, Pickets, etc.
Woodwork of all kinds made and
repaired. We will also work Floor
ing, Rustic, Siding, Ceiling, or
size Studding, etc.
SHOP NEAR S. P. DEPOT
We want wood -on subscription.
That means wo want it now, not after
tho rainy season sets in. Bring it in.
A years subscription to the Amorican
Home-maker, given with each cash-in-advancc
subscription, at $1.60, to Bo
Notice la horeb.r given that by virtue of an
execution duly Issued out of the Circuit Court
of thoatntoof Oregon, for the County of Lane,
on the 11th day of July, 1839, on a Judgment
rendered In said Court on the 31st day of
October. 1R0S, for the sum of Hve Hundred
and Sixty-four and HMIW dollars, with interest
thereon from ald 31st day of October, 1898, at
the rate of 8 per cent per annum, and 150.00 at
torney's fees, and the further sum of 110 costs,
also accruing costs. In u suit wherein W. 8.
Chrlsmanwas plaintlfl, and Louise Leonard
was defendant, and against tho defendant,
Louise .Leonard, and on a decree of forclosure
and order of salo rondercd In said court, com
mandlng.me, In ordor to satisfy said Judgment
nnd costs, to sell the following described real
nroiiortyi towlt: , .
Lots ono, two, three, four, llvo, six, seven and
eight, In block No. 1. In Hailoton's becond
Addition to Cottngo Grove, Oregon, situated in
Nnw.therofore.inthenamo of the state of
Oregon, in compliance with said Writ, I will
oflor for sate the above described promises at
public auction, to the highest bidder, for cah,
iubloct to redemption, at the south door of the
court honse in Kiigeno, Una county. Orogon,
on Saturday the !2flth day of August 1899, between
tho hours ol 9 o'clook a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m.,
tn.wit.ut 1 o'clock p.m., on said day.
Va&lim. UUi .tSy oi July,
ShorKTof Lane County, Oregon.
By II. J, Day, Doputy.
Quick dftivrry-Tlio Weekly Oresonlan.
Devoted to Mines and Miners A Nugget Corres
pondent's Batch of News.
BoimMiA, July 28, 1899.
Strangers to numerous to mention in camp.
More business in Bohemia than in any camp in Oregon.
B. E. Hawley of the Calapooia Co., came in last week loaded, for
bear, with four four -horse loads of supplies. This looks luce there is
going to be something done in that end of camp.
J. E. Young our genial city attorney is in camp doing a large
amount of development work on his claims just to the southeast of the
Noonday. We are informed the workmen have struck a fine ledge 3
feet in width that shows gold and pans gold. This is another proof of
the permanence of our camp. Everything that there is any work done
on always shows that there is gold here to induce capital to invest here
in the near future.
Albert Leroy is pushing development work on the Laura group
situated on Champion creek. Here is a fine group but little spoken of,
that if situated in Colorado would soon be gobbled up by men of money.
There is ore enough on the surface of these 5 claims to keep a 20 stamp
mill pounding for 12 months without going under ground and timber
and water in abundance for all purposes. There is a great future for
this group. We wish you success Albert.
The Oroplato, Baltimore, Gold Finch, Orphan Boy, Mountain Lion
and Cottage Grove, owned by Jenks and partner have as far as de
velopment has been pushed showed up a very high grade of free milling
ore in large bodies. This enterprising firm consists of practical mining
men and they know a good mine when they see it. It is their intention
to open up their mines and build a mill. This is the proper way to ad
vertise a mine and success will surely crown their efforts.
The Arosta property of 6 claims is also owned by Mr. Jenks who is
preparing to put 111 a mm tnere tins tan. 1 nis group is already ex
tensively developed and shows up fine in most places from 4 to 20 feet
in width. This property is in the best location in Bohemia being be
low snow line and in a fine body of timber with ample water power for
a large mill and if properly managed will surely be a veritable bonanza.
We hope to see a mill soon.
There are many other claims in Bohemia of lesser note that are
hardly known that will be extensively developed in the near future and
all have good surface indications and if there was some way of working
the ore from their large scope of country there would be a great
difference. So far the prospectors are mostly men of small means and
not able to put in reduction plants. But our day is coming as surely as
the Fourth of July.
Zinaker & Graber Co.. are grinding out gold from the Vesuvius.
Now on the Stocks, Harlow mill under the management of Wilson
Veatch who is a fine mill man, and Mr. Graber informed ye corre
spondent that the mill was doing good work. They own 5 claims
situated on the west slope of Fairview mountain, and if this mill test
proves satisfactory they will put in a mill of their own. They have in
all about 700 feet of work done.
The Musick, Noonday, Helena and Champion are to well known
the country over to need a write up, their records are established and as
deeper work is attained in any and all of these mines the ore gets better
grade and more in place and larger bodies which is evidence enough of
the permanence and staying qualities of the mines of Bohemia. Our in
tention is to bring some of the outside groups to the notice of the public.
If our state legislature would get their wise heads together and formu
late some laws of importance to the mining interests they could do more
for the state than to build bicycle paths. This state needs a mining in
spector and needs it bad and a law compelling superintendents to take
out a license also foremen and timbermen and there would be more work
and better work than under tha present devil-may-care system of min
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Roseburo, Or.,)
June 21, 1899. f
Notice is hereby given, that tho following-named
settler hns filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in sup
port of his claim, and that said proof
will bo made before Joel Ware, U. S.
Commissioner ut Eugene, Oregon, on
August 0, 1899, viz: Augusta Boucken
boimor on II. E. No. 9091 for tho NV H
N W H nnd lot 1, sec. 30, T. 22 S., R. 3
Ho names tho following witneseoss to
prove hiB continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Levi Geor, Wallace Shortridgo, Mary
Massoy, Mrs. Allen Shortridgo, of Cot
tage (irovo, Oregon.
J . T. Bridges,
All parties owning dogs within tho
corporate limits oi Cottago Grovo are
hereby notified to. pay their dog tax
as prescribed hy tho city ordinance on
or boforo August 16, 1899.
Dated this 25th day of July, 1899.
By ordor of the City Council..
Boyd gnllery will bo closed August 3,
for two weeks.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land office at Roseburg, Oregon.
June 27, 1899.
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notico of hia
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, nnd that said proof will be
made boforo Joel Ware, U. S. Com
missioner at Eugene, Oregon, on Au
gust 14, 1899. viz: John Gray on H. E.
No. 0693 for tho Lots 12, 13, 14 and 15,
sec. 32, T. 21S., R. 2 W.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residencu upon
nnd cultivation of said land, viz:
Josoph Perkins, John B. Moseby,
William Champion, John Hubbard, of
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
J. T. Bridges,
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
160 acres of land, with good house,
barn, etc; two streams of running water
on tho plnco;an excellent stock ranch
in a good community. Ono of the best
county schools within miles; sur
rounded by some of tho best farroes in
Lano county. Will trade for Cottago
Grove resident property; improved or
unimproved. Inquire at this office.
The Denver Times-Sun and the Bo
htmli Nugget, both papers sent to any
address for $1.50 cash In advance.