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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1900)
The Prosperou. Builncw Men
of Cottage Grove Advertiie in
Brine Yoor lot Work to itiA
Nugget Jfbb Office."
Devoted to the Mining, Numbering and Punning Interests of this Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake,
Cottage Grove, Oregon, Friday, Feb. 9, 1900.
EaWn & Bestow',
TmiisucKi Ocncraal ixmhlnfl
business In all Its Branches.
0M Urate, Or.M
fCattafa Or .... OrflMi
9. iC. Griffith, Prop.
J. E. Yoiii&
ATTORNBY AT LAW,
OHm On Utlu itmt, WmI Sid,
Cottage Grave, Oregon,
J. S. MEDLEY,
Attorney At Law,
Cottage Grove, Oregen.
NQencral Blacksm lining.
Two Doori North of Kkln A Ilrlitov'i,
Cottage Orove, Oregon.
Mrs. Kolhcrlnc Sclticcr, rl. D.
IDiseases of Women and Children.
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
GO TO -r
Mrs. fi'ct SHBlfOJrN,
NinStrMt, CotUco Oroe, Or.
B. W. WEBER,
iBCXGAKa, TOBACCO CONPKCMONAKY.
A choice line constantly on hand;'
Mala Strati, OppatJU
lUklc UrUlaw'a Hauk
&T. C Perkins
ijfU. S. Mineral Surveyor.
pajojicciai niiciiiion given 10 Aiming
Claims aud procuring of PuteiiK
Chants Pass, Oukuon.
& L. T. HARRIS
jjHMtorney and Counselor-at-Law
' WBltectal attention given to r7ie
'jjata of Aiine.
I mm1 "Sl riaiiouai uatit: JiiiiKiing,
Euounk - - Okkgo.s.
We only have six ladies' Jackets left,
and will close them out for Gash as
Size 34 and 38 color Black, $3.75 Former Price, $4.50. ' ..
" 36 " Gray ".$8.00 " $io.oo.
and 40 " Black " 3.00 ". " $4.00.
" 40 " " " $6.00 " " $75o.
CBaT MACKINTOSHES OP ALL KINDS AT COST. NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY
Eakin & Br i stow.
BL. L. Stevens,
Snecial attenufm civeii to Minim
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!! .... .- OlIKMOff
Did You See Our,
Our line is strictly all right, come and see
tlieill.jxricl when von nr'AVftnrlv f!n"hnr trrm lrnmir
I where to get an up to date Shoe.
HATS AND CAPS--
Fedoras, 500 to S3.00. Turbans, $1.00 to $2.50. Railroad Black, $1.00. Cowboy, S1.24.
Caddy's, $2.50. Boys Hats, 40c to $1.00. Golf Caps, 25c to 65c.
In the grocery line wc have, and will keep, Vegetables, Oranges and -Lemons, continually on
hand. Our oranges are the very choicest in the market for five cents each.
WE WOULD LIKK TO HAVE YOUR. TRADE.
GARMAN & NEWLAND.
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Devoted to Bohemia Notes and Mining Items of General Inter to
HUM VI W. THOMrfoM CUAI, A. IUBUT.
Q&$Jiorncya and Counselor at
uWpeoial Attention Given to
wte juww uf Mines.
REALIR IH A
INK WINES, MSi
-Iain Street, Cottage Grove, Ore.
. . . .Proprietor of
The Popular Cigar mid Confec
Fane-y Canned Lunchet.
H Dealer in
Cigars of Low and High
rifH I.- .1 .1 t- . . a t .a wt a
Ijiiwauc aim z rices 10 suu iue rraae.
.ain Street, Cottage Grove, Ore.
)XTaor own: om,
LUND A HANSEN
Estimators and Locators
Parties wishing to be located on
Timber Land will find it to their
advantage to consult us.
Wo ni living in a rnpid ago: an ago of I'rogrcsaion. The World moves
and you muit niovo witii it.
Keep up with the times. If you eco a chance to benefit youraolf grasp
You Can Benefit Yourself by Calling At .
Benson Drug1 Company.
We have had Sixteen Years
experience m the timber land busi
ness and guarantee satisfaction.
liUND & HANSEN,
Jure Drugs and Chemicals.
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
R. A. SANDERS,
Wines, Liquors nnd Cigars.
A Favorite Resort.
COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON.
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
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
Supply house for
Bentljouf- orjlera by Telephone.
yv. H. Beagle,
Of thLs great mineral belt which heretofore has been worked with
varying successes by process of amalgamation, mostly by men who
learned mining on the sheep ranges of some tnsolated part of our great
domain and failures and black eye6 to-the community are in evidence
on every hand. But when men of 'mining ability have hold of the helm,
success crown their every effort. What a pity oar stater legislature
when in session don't devote a part of their 40 days time to creating a
board of mining inspectors and pay them from state funds, but upgohiS
competent men and make it their fluty by law to examine all sea- aspir
ing to be superintendents to pass a rigid examination as to thdr ability
and if found capable, license them $50 per annum; also head foreman
and timberman the same only not so high. This will not oqfjvimt a
more competent lot of men to managing mines but will give theWcottcr
salaries aud also stop speculative ideas about our mines not producing:
like other states. There are to our knowledge men in this state draw
ing pat salaries from companies who are williugto put up&ny araomlt of
money for good management. But there is no one to condem such
bilks and the consequences' are always the same, a failure and a black
eye to that camp. There are men who are in positions "of envy to many
competent men who will spend $50 of company!' money running to and
from their respective places and not know one rock from another and
then try to beat some poor man out of a days work and then look wise
and study how they can econemize by not paying anything and in the
end their company gets tired putting up and shut down. There is to
our kuowledge three or four good paying properties in Bohemia that
are shut down almost continually just from such causes.
Ike Taylor and Mr. Miller got
lost in the woods last week but
fortunately found their way out.
Frank Taylor has gone to Eu
gene for a visit.
Joe VanNess had his household
furniture moved last week and has
now gone to California to visit.
Mr. Ulrich of Silk Creek was in
this neighborhood Sunday.
Walter Briggs is working on the
More ploughing being done here.
Friends from town are visitin Mr
and Mrs W Cauady.
Bert Lee, Mr Tucker.jMr DeSpaiu
and others are getting but spileing,
AMENDMENTS TO STATE
The following are the proposed
amendments to the state constitu
1. The abrogation and" substi
tution of Section 10 of Article XI
of the constitution in relation to
the amount of indebtedness of mu
nicipal corporations which shall be
Notice the timber land locations
in this weeks issue of Bohemia
Murderer Magers, expiated his
crime at Dallas on the ud Inst: He
died maintaining his innocence to
the last. . .
IT IS HERE!
The Largest Stock in South Xanet
J 1 AvtvtF- XVVX
designated as "Municipal Indebted'
2. Abrogation and substitution
of Section 10 of Article VII of the
constitution relating"; to the election
of the supreme aod'ctrcirit judges,
which shall be designated as "Ju
' 3. A proposed amendment tc
the constitution by adding Article
XIX, in relation- to- irrigatloa,
which shall be designated as "Irri
4. The abrogation of Section 35
of Article I of the constitution,
which shall be designated as the
"Repealing Amendment rr
5. Proposed amendment to the
constitution providing that the
elective franchise shall not here
after be prohibited to any citizen on
account of sex, which shall be
designated as "Equal Sufferage
-Consisting . of-
Shelf aud Heavy Hardware: Stoves and Tinware: PumMLPfnM -J
Guns and' Ammunition, Studebrker Wagons, Canton Clipper Plow,
Harrows, Etc, For Miners Supplies, the only house South of Port
land Clive us a call. GRIFFIN & VEATCH.
COTTAGE GROVE, O5UJG0JT