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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1899)
"C.VOtcl1 10 llle Mil,ill. Mimliorlng and Farming Interests of
this Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Living.
CJollnp;) Grove, Oregon, Friday, jSTov. 17, 1899.
OUR WHITE WOOLEN BLANKETS MUST GO.
For the next two weeks we will make a big reduction
in price to all cash purchasers.
Our Stock is Large and They Must Go.
Instead of waiting until JANUARY ist. this year, we have concluded to
Special Shoe Sale Now
All our I.adic Fine Shoes of $150 value, we will close out for $1.28, CASH.
Our $2 00 value.", at $1.79, CASH.
These shoes are all of the latest styles in shape and trimming, and you should not fail to take advantage
of this cfler.
OIJ) STY LI? SHOI?S, of splendid quality: just the thing for home wear, at Fifty cents on the Dollar.
Write-up of the Camp Continued
Fom Week to Week.
UP TO DcTE SHOES.
THIS WEEK'S NEWS AT
: GAR1IAN ft NEWIjAND'S STORE.
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
OUR $3.25 LINE
Black Vfci, Invisible Cork
OUR $4.00 LINE.
In either Genuine Box Calf,
or Vici Invisible Cork Sole
Best Shoe in the World.
During the last week
have received a back
order of shoes that wc
1 should have had when we
fust opened our store.
Come and see them.
OI'R $1.75 LINK.
A Man's Genuine Satin Calf with solid leather
outer and inner soles and counters citlicr l,acc or
Congress Hub Gore in Congress.
OUR ?2.oo LINK.
As we do not consider this shoe a great deal bet-
ttr than our $1.75 shoe, it is made up very mucli
nicer, and will give you a neater dress shoe.
OUR $2.50 LINK.
The best value wc ever saw anywhere, and un
questionably one of the most powerful lines in our
"ore. Fine, soft, flexible and tough we have this
in two styles of toe.
OUR $3.00 LINK.
We have sold n treat many cf these stylts since
we came hete, and other people say they are aingm.
We have a heavy fleeced, cotton
glove, fast black, positively alright
A Jersey lisle glove, Congo blue,
sold for 25c. Our price 2 tc
Silk, best quality glove would
be cheap at 35c. Our price. . .25c
fMhe time is approaching to be buying goods for
Just bear in mind what we say we will without
any doubt, have the largest line in Southern Lane
County. Some of them we have, and some are on
Give us a call. You will be surprised. Our
prices will be as low as they can be sold for.
Watch this space for the Holiday Ad.
Just below and situated on the same magnificent stream is the groun
owned by Masterson, Cuiuming & Sehr et al, one of the most recent dis
coveries in the district. Although only about a month old this company
is pushing their work steadily and from samples brought out they have
as fine showing as is to be found in the district. Houses, sheds and
other permanent improvements have been erected, and being below snow
opperatious are to be pushed all winter The locality alone is one of
the best in the world, timber and water in abundance and so far as work
has been pushed the ore is all that could be desired.
On the south side of this stream there are a number of good mines
under various stages of development. Among the foremost is the Balti
more and Orphan Hoy owned by Edjenks a prominent mining man of
local distinction who is pushing development almost continuously and
with the best of results. This property is opened in several different
places all of which show a good strong ledge of free milling ore. This
is one of the most promising properties on this side of the district. On
this hill of mineral is another fine mine owned by the same company and
known as the Cottage Grove, which is cut by a tunnel 350 feet in on the
vein with a cross cut from wall to wall every 40 feet showing the lead to
1 a 1 r r. . t . i.t 1 .
oe very strung unci ironi iu 10 30 ieei 111 wiuin ana carrying a large pei
cent of copper and lead besides gold.
Least but of no less importance is the magnificent timber of which
this district is amply supplied there being fir, pine, cedar and hemlock
for all mining purposes and surrounded on all sides by grand scenery,
good hunting and fishing.
The next mines of any note are to be found on the famous Fairview
mountain, which is a hill of gold. On its broad, brow is situated many
of the most noted mines of Bohemia. First to the north comes a group
of 2 owned by Knowles, Gettys & Brund. On this promising lead work
has been carried on continuously for the last 2 years. A crosscut has
bctu driven low down to tap the ledge at a great depth, which was re
cently cut and disclosed a fine vein 3 feet wide. On this lead is to be
found several different characters of formation, first and most prominent
is granit, then blue slate and hornblead and guiess all of which are gold
mineral bearing formation, with timber and water for all mining purposes.
These gentlemen have good houses, shops and snow sheds and are pre
pared to car. y on a large amount of development the coming winter.
Going from this mine to the east and south we find the Long &
Johnson mines in a successful stage of development. A force of men are
at present sinking a shaft to connect with their lower level to furnish
air. This mine is supplied with a small prospecting mill of 2 stamp
capacity and run by a turbine water wheel. This is a fine location.
Then comes the Bell of Fairview owned by Alf Walker a prominent
business man of Cottage Grove. There are 2 claims in this group both
of which show good strong veins. Mr. Walker is at present working a
crew of men doing assessment work on this mine.
Next comes the Stocks and Harlow group of 5 on which a large
amount of good work in tunnels and good substantial buildings including
a 5 stamp mill with steam power. This group was recently bonded by
Jdr. Parks for London capitalists and at present is undergoing exteusive
development. Mr. Parks has also bonded the German group owned by
Zinar & Graw'vU-os. on the German or Vesuvius. There has-been a
large a.. P1J t ",Te,lt aH good ore with the exception of a deep
crosscurwhfci k 'veil to tap the lead deep down and at present
is within 15 feet ov Wv., , which when tapped if satisfactory a mill
We have We came
an order here to do
1000 Give us a
We want to
do the right
tiling. If any
tli i lib' don't
to iih and wu
of larger dimensions ut in,
IT IS HERE!
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armail & JNeWUllCl Cottage Grove Or.
J. E. Young,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OSlMOn HMimtreot, Went Hlilo,
Cottage Grove, Oregon,
8Peciai attention given to Mining
Business and Collection.
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IULMUB W. THOMIBllN
CHAP, A. 1IAHDV.
We have a largo number of Brownio
Lunch Boxeu which wo will Bivu away
Saturday Pee !. Come and 100
Thompson & Hrdy,
Attorneys and Counttelora at
Special Attention given to
the Law of Mines.
Gold HlossomB, tho nnmo of the boat
ficcnt cigar on tho nmrkut-uak for
thorn try them.
Notice is hereby given thnt the under
signed has been appointed by the
County Court of the Stato of Oregon for
Lane County, executor of the estate and
of the last will and testament of Isaac
Monroo White, deceased. AH persons
having claims against said estate are
hereby required to present the same
to mo, duly verified as by law required,
at Cottage Grove, Oregon, within six
months from tho date hereof.
Dated this (ith day of November, 1899.
N. W. White, Executor of tho estato
of Isaac Monroo White, deceased.
Tho Hoard of Equalization of Lane
Co. will moot on Monday Nov. 27 a
assessors office for tho purpose of equa
lizing the assessineut of 1899.
All persons having business boforo
laid board will govern themselves accord
ingly. D. P. Uuiitok,
, Co. Assessor.
Shelf aud Heavy Hardware; Stoves anes''nware; Pumps, Pipes and
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS! ry
Guns and Ammunition, Studebrker Wagons, Canton Clipper Plows,
Harrows Etc. For Miners Supplies, the only house South of Port
land. (Vive us a call. GRIFFIN & VEATCH.
JCOTTAGE GROVE, OREGON.
It will not bo a surprise to any who
are at all fainilar with tho good qualities
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, to
know that people everywhoio take
pleasure in relating their experience in
the use of that splendid niedicino and in
telling of the benefit they have received
from it, of bad colds it has cured, of
threatened attacks of pneumonia it has
averted and of the children it has saved
from attacks of croup and whooping
cough. It is a grand good medicine.
For Sole by Benson Ditua Co., Cottago
Grove Druggists. Lyons & Am-uxi.vrE,
Mrs. ttamerincschlccf, N. D.
Diseases of Women and Children.
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
Messrs. Jake and John Runk wont to
Cottago Grovo Monday and returned
Ray Clark of Saginaw spent a weok at
tho homo of C. E. Russell.
Mr. and Mrs. C E Russell mado a
trip to Eugene tho first of tho wcok.
Miss Fanny wooilrufl' closed a fall
term of school at Fox Hollow last Friday
and returned home.
Mr. John white and wifo went to
Cottage Grovo Saturday.
Mrs S E McCluro visited at hor homo
atElmira Saturday and Sunday.
Mr and Mrs LEward and Mr and
1Ti.rnu-ll nttenrieri tho
dinner given at the Hotel McCallstorat
Drain Saturday in honor 01 Air. buns
McCallister of Illinois which was
Pi-fintlv enioved by all present. Mr Mc
Callister started for Wuhome Sunday