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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 20, 1899)
Devoted to the MiiK, Lumbering and Krnliug Interests
of this Coiiiiiuinity. to Good fl nvrlllttlnnf .....1 If ... ...
.- rr: u,u' iuisuing tor a giving
rv' ' j.1 nuuy, KJct .1899.
A 10 LLbD to an Elegant line of LADIES WRAPS, jt i, direct
I'OR STYLE. QUALITY and ,.,UC. wc cannot be KXCELLKD.
Call and see tliem at the Old Reliable Store!
A General Write-up of the Camp Continuv
From Week to Week.
i LIVE AND LET LIVE, IS OUR MOTTO
i3AKTN & :BR:i:STOV.
YOU ARE CAUTIONED
jOTTOHUV GOODS otit of Town or clscwlicre, before exaininiug our large and V
well selected stock of General Merchandise. ij
JVOU WILI HEED the above warning, you will profit by it. Wc sell goods
5EN'TS' Overcoats and Kurnishiug goods. J
n JHjUOlKS wrappers mid furnishings. PRICKS WILL SUIT.
EAKIN & BRISTOW, Cottage Grove, Or.
Come And See
Get our prices; we have a large assortment of goods, and we want your trade. We
will sell you goods ns close as they ran be bought for any place. O ir shoe depart
ment is complete anil we undoubtedly have the largest line in Lane county outside of
Kugeue. We have ladies shoes Iroin 75c to $3. 50. Mens shoes from Si. 50 to $5.50.
l,r $5 5 loggers shoes can not be beat; they have the best material and workman
ship that can be put into a shoe, give them a trial; also have loggers for $4 and $4. 50.
Wc hnvCMi large line of furnishing goods and want you to inspect our line and get
our prices before buying elsewhere. Mens underwear 35c to $1 .75, overshirts 35c to
$3, latest styles in collars, all kinds of ties 15c to 50c, white and colored shirts, hose 5c
to all wool 50c. hats all styles 50c to $3. boys suspenders all. kinds 10c to 60c.
We have a nice line of dry goods and our prices are all right. Dress goods, dress
ginghams, prints, silks, velveteens, laces, ribbons, embroideries; outing flannels,
canton flannels, bed. spreads, wrappers, skirts, towels and toweling oil cloth and table
cloth linen and cotton, India linen cretons and drygoods notions of all kinds.
Groceries, glasswaae, drugs, school books, brooms, cutlery, jewelry, toilet articles,
razors and shaving soaps, and noti n .of all kinds. Give us a call.
6arman & JNkwlaiicl
In the Cape Nome district men have been known to wash out as
high as $300 and occasionally $400 per day, with a rocker, although the
average in the beach diggins is about $60. Notwithstanding, there are
many men who drift home with less money than they came with.
I R. J. Jennings has a well written article in Saturday's Guard, on
the Blue River country. Mr. Jennings speaks in glowing terms of the
prospective future of that acknowledged rich district, showing at once
, that while he is heavily interested in Bohemia property he is not adverse
1 to doing justice to other districts. This is the right spirit and should
be followed up by more mining men. There is room enough for every
body in Oregon, and if one district won't hold 'em all there are others,
and Blue River is one of 'em, and a mighty good one too.
An error appeared in last weeks mining notes, in the matter of the
bonded price of the Broadway property owned by Messrs. Giiffith and
j Reed. The price should have been $30:000 instead of $25,000. How
ever since last issue the bond has been declared off.
A It LOW
- - OREGON.
J. E. Youg,
ATTORNEY AT LAf
0n Mulii Ktreot, Wot Hl.lo,
Wtnge drove, Oregon,
I 8ptciai aention given to Mining
"usiness and Collections.
IIOLLENBECK BROS. AND
Headquarters for Mining
Kvory want attended to. o
1IKLMUH W. TIIOMMMW CIIAH, A. HAIII1Y.
Thompson & Hrdy,
AttoriieiH and Coinmelorti at
Special Attention given to
the Law of Mines.
Mrs. Pet Snnfforrt's,
Main Street, - - 0 ottago Grove, Or.
The stea mer Dirigo irom Ska g
way to Seattle brought out i,250,
000 worth of Klondike gold this
On tlio 10th of I) eecm ber, IS97, Rev
S. A. Donahoo, pastor M. K. church
8011th, I't. Flo sunt, W. Va., c. ntracted
a hovoio cold which was ationdcd from
the beginning by violent coughing. Ho
aaya: "After resorting to a number of
uo-uallcd ' specillcs,' usually kept in tho
Iiouho, to no imrposo, 1 purchased a
bottle of Chainborlain'a Cough Remedy,
which acted like a charm. I most
cheerfully recommend it to tho public."
For Halo by Hunhon Duim Co., Cottago
Grovo. Lyosh and AI'I'lko.vti:, Drain
IT IS HERE I
The Largest Stock in South Lane!
Slielf and Heavy Hardware; Stoves aue Tinware; Pumps, Pipes and
Guns and Ammunition, Studebrker Wagons, Canton Clipper Plows,
Harrows, Etc. For Miners Supplies, the only house South of "Port
land. Give us a call. GRIFFIN & VEATCH.
COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON.
Take- your laundry to Geo. E.
Grillith, agent of tho Eugeno Falaco
Laundry. Goes down Thursday and
et urns Saturday afternoon.
Nokea tho shou ropaitor opposite
Racket store. Good work and cheap
Trust your watehos, clocks and
jowotry with Davidson tho jeweler,
who does good work and guarantees tho
"All work entrusted to Davidson tl o
.lowolur'will bo promptly attended to