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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1899)
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fiTTR Will Hi WOOrVN 11 ATI17TP TTTTCir VC!lr tlm 'er before in the history of the camp-5. This is good evi
tFUIV M WWIIN JSLAiNK LIS MUST GO. 'knee that the mining camps of Lane county arc! growing better and de
for the next two weeks we will make a bin reduction iforlhcraMPi
, 11 ,K i lieretolore, as winter set in, the miners commenced to flock in from
price iu tui uimi purcn users.
Our Stock is Large and They Must Go.
Instead of waiting until JANUARY ist. this year, we have concluded to
. Special SJaoe Sale Now!
All our UdieK Kine Shoes of $150 value, we will close out for $1.28, CASH.
Our$J 00 values, at $1.70, CASH.
These shocfi are nil of the latest styles in shape ntid trimming, and you should not fail lo take advantage
OLD STYIJv SIIOKS, of splendid quality: just the thing fot home wear, at Fifty cents on the Dollar.
Eakin & Bristow,
Cottage drove, Oregon
UP TO DATE SHOES.
SOJJABbE f FRIGES
THIS WEEK'S NEWS AT
.MAN ft NKWLANDTS STORE.
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
OUR $3.25 LINE
Black Vici, InvsbU Cork
OUR $4.00 LINE.
InetherGe une Box Calf,
or Vici Invisible Cork Sole
Best Shoe in the World.
Bohemia mines "for the winter." This winter nearly everv available
man is at work, and those who come out, do so to transact business and
return to their "winter's work." The day is past and gone when work
in Bohemia will stop for such a trilling thing as winter.
More development work has been done in Bohemia 'this year than
ever before in the history of the camp, and the work planned for next
year, aggregates more than has been done in previous years all put to-
It has been rumored that some marked improvements in the matter
of roads leading into Bohemia will be made the coming season. This
will be a necessity in view of the greatly increased traffic.
Hvery mine in Bohemia district, that has been properly managed
has proved to be a dividend payer.
Next year Cottage Grove and Bohemia will undoubtedly be con
nected by telephone.
I The Vesuvius and Stocks & Harlow properties now controlled by
! English capitalists under the management of C. B.. Park, is destined to
ihicrease the reputation of thecampy
The Musick Mining and Milling Company have made a successful
run this year and the end is not yet. In fact there is no let up on this
! property. 1 he mill is still running and development work is being
Considering everything this fall has been an admirable one to get
supplies into the mies and the opportunity has not been overlooked.
Hundreds of tons have already been placed and the end is not yet.
An article in a recent issue of the Guard regarding the extreme
richness of Mr. White's mine in the Blue River district, stated he was
During the last week I
wc nave leccivcn a uukk
oidcr of shoes that wc
should have had when we
fit opened our store.
, Come add see them.
OUR $1.75 VlNK.
A Man's Genuine Satin Calf with solid leather
flttr ami iinii.r Ku niii milliters euucr i.;ac us
m.... r- ... ...
wuiicvi mill Lore 111 tmicroin.
OUR S2.00 LINK.
As wc do not consider this shoe a great deal bet
ei in. in nnr v r inut at ic tiinrii 1111 vim v iuui.it
will Villus IV ! i "- ' - J
Wtr. and will imvp vnn n iwfittr dress SllOC
' o - - J " . .
OUR $2.50 LINK.
The best value we ever saw anywhere, and uu-
It 14 .nli II.. ...l.I. n.l IftlWT tU'l IVf . L 11 in
Nlwo styles of toe.
OUR $3.00 LINK.
We have sold a great many of these styles since
ecamc here, and other people say they are alright.
We have a heavy fleeced, cotton
glove, fast black, positively alright
A Jersey-lisle glove, Congo blue,
sold for 25c. Our price 20c
Silk, best quality glove would
he cheap at 35c. uur price. . .ag. f
working the mine with a little hand mill manufactured by himself. The
mill was made by Messrs. Ponnay Bros. & Davis, of Portland, who
hold a patent on the satne. 1 hese gentlemen write to the Guard under
date of Nov. 24, stating that they have clone satisfactory work with the
mill for Chauucey Dale, Peter Kenniston and Louis Finn of the same
district, and charactemheir invention the "poor man's mill.". Such
a machine would certainly be an advantage to the prospector or mine
owner of limited means. Guard.
The Fashion Stables have established away station at Glenwood on
the road to Bodemia and have built a good stable and house for the ac
commodation of their teams and mail carriers.
IT IS HERE I
The largest Stock in South Lanel
f hc time is approaching to be buying goods for
J THE HOLIDAYS,
Just bear in mind what we say we will without
any doubt, have the largest line in Southern Lane
County. Some of them wc have, and some arc 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.
?s ane Tinware; Pumps, Pipes
l Wagons, Canton Clipper F
the only house So n'
I ' Ac"-
We have We came
an order here to do
1000 Give us a
6arman & Jewlarad.
We want to
do the right
thinjr. If any
to us and we
Cottage Grove Or.
J. E. Young,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
!. H- LOW
Special attention friven to Mininir
Business and Collection.
W-u .... ... Okikion.
Vfi IlKVA n 1 I 1,
I imjju iiuiiiuur 01 iiniwiuu
to ? BoxL'8 w,,ic" wo w111 Kvo "w'
' otiirduy Den 2. Come and see
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CHA8, A. li.uinv.
MKI.MUH W. TIIOMPHON
Attornois and Counselors at
Special All an lion given lo
the (('io of Mines.
Notice is hereby jjlven that tho tinder
flir'iit'(l na,s won appointed oy tno
I I'omiiy Court of thu .State of Oregon for
l.ane Countv, executor of tho estate and
of tho lawt will and terttainent ot Jeaae
Imiroo White, ileeened. All persona
having tilaiins atrainat said estate are
hereby required to present tho same
to 1110, dulv verified as by law required,
at Cottago Grove, Oregon, within six
mouths from tho date hereof.
Dated this (1th day of November, 1S99.
N. W. U'hitk, Executor of tho estate
of Isaac Monroe- W'hito, deceased.
(iold Blossoms, tho nnmo of tho bi'Ht
Dcent cigar on tho inarkct-ai-k tor
them try them.
Tho Hoard of Equalization of Lano
Co. will moot 011 .Monday Nov. L'7 a
assessors ofilcu for tho purpose- of equa
lizing thonsH'ssiuoiit of ISfll).
All powuis having business before
said board will govern thomsolves accord
ingly. I). P. Jil'KTUX,
As a euro f- .uimltistn Chndbor
alii'a TV .uihn is gaining 11 wiilo
-eBUl tin. I). B. Johnston of Rich-'
mond, Ind., has been troubled with that
ailment since 18C2. In speaking of it ho
says: "I never found anything that
would ruliovo me until I used Chamber
Iain's Pain Halm. It acts like magic
with me. My foot was swollen and
paining me very much, but 0110 good
application of Paid Balm relieved mo.
For salo by Ue.nso.n Dnuo Co., Cottage
Grovo; Lyo.vs it Ar-i'lEOATi;, Drain,
Cmcmbcr Dr. l.L. Scofmld, Dentist
J11 you want dental work done.
If yon want a saw, axe, wedgo, or any
thing in the wood choppers line.
Phillips & Jonos havo a good assorttnont
and prices right.
I A FREE PATTERN
3l (your own selection) lo every sob- ;
Mrs. Kathcrlncschlccr, rl. D.
I m 1 xtc. ,Tt w t or ssk. ffi
Diseases of Women and Children.
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
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I take this oportunity of informing
Cottugo Grovo and vicinity that I am
proparod to make candy at my factory
on Main street contrallv located, sub
ject to ordor by tho box such as chocolate
creams, bon bona, cauimels and other
delicious cream goods. Also ico cream
by tho gallon as tho season is closo for
holiday goods. Please- givo mo a cull.
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