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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1900)
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Kotlafrc Grove Advertise In
Erin? Your Job Work to the
Nugget Job Office.
Ucvotud to iliu Mining, Lumbering and farming Interests' of thi Community, to Good CovcrnrWnt, and Hustling for a Grub Stake.
Cottage Grove, Or-eon, "Friday, March 9, 1900.
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Ermiisartd ticncmal IKiitlilnf
Shcss In (HI lis branches.
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G. It. Griffith, Prop.
J. E. Yoliim.
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Homey At Law,"
Tpttiiye drove, Oregon.
By. Hi Her,
jHoori North of luikln A llrlhlmv',
oltasje Grove, Oregon.
iftirs! honu'iinc schiccf. ri. o.
Our Ladies wrappers, dress skirts. If you want
bargains in these lines come with your cash and
secure them early.
New golf caps in scotch plaids all wool for men
youths and Misses at 50c. They are extra good
Our new styles in mens silk bosom golf shirts
for summer wear arc just what you want and the
prices are right.
Just received some new Umbrellas. Gents lin
en collars, trimmings silks, fringes, etc.
Ml NFS m MINING
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Devoted to Bohemia Notes
and Mining Items of General Interest to
iftplfea.i of Women and Children.
o 'JEottaKe Q rove, Oregon.
Vol, Cottntfo rov, Or.
tfSpcgl"! attention given to Minin
fgjmsTnnd procuring of Patents.
IL. T. HARRIS Jfc
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a Attorney auu muiNciur-i-i.;tw
I n lnectal attention ylven 'o the
I .&twifif Mine,
urn KirstlNalional liauk nuilding.
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Up-to-date styles, and guarantee prices lower than
you can get them elsewhere.
The Musick mine after a continuous run of 8 months bas shut down
and the boys arc outon a well earned vacation. It is said that the mill
will be again placed in operation as soon as wood can be hauled to the
Pugh and Markham who own a group of promising claims between
Elephant and Adams mountains arc now commencing development work.
A very flattering prospect is reported,
Knowles-Cettys-Brund Sweep Stake group on Elephant Mountain
is taking on steady and substantal development work. In fact there
has hardly been a let tip in the work the past year. They have now
crosscut some 200 feet, and expect to strike the ledge in a short time the
time depending upon the dip. However if the ledge should be perpen
dicular about 15 feet will see them on the ledge.
Albert W. Ziniker and Andrew Land, have a group of promising
claims known as the Mineral King group on Steamboat. The boys
have been hard at work on development work all winter,
which has given them 175 feet of surface cuts and drifts. The
ore is of a splendid quality, free milling on the suface but running base
of good grade as they sink, assaying from $30 to $60. The property is
said to be admirably located.
The district seems well nigh deserted this week owing to the shut
down of the.Musick and the drawing of many witnesses to appear at
Roseburg in the now famous Helena mine litigation.
I The weather is exceedingly good, far better than anyone expects
this season oi the yeai. At present there is only about three feet of
snow at the best, and everybody predicts an early spring.
Active preparations for a busy year has commenced at the Champion.
w The prospects of the Champion opening up again is met with pleasure
2 , from every miner in the district. It is a splendid property and onlv
needs good management . to place it in the front rank of dividend payets.
Regardless of quality or make up, we sell them on a uniform profit. We make just the same
per cent on our $( 00 suits as we do on our $18.00 suits. O dy the one price an 1 that is what they ace
marked. Our SG.oo arc worth $6.00, not $5.75- All our clothing the same way. Only one paice.
Our trade has increased
wonderfully in the lust
wesell the right kind of
goods at the right prieer
" it wear
$6.00 to $18.00
Mrs. Ikin, who has been spend
ing several months in England, re
turned to this place a few days ago.
The school meeting Monday re-
SOJvIE COMMENTS. g suited in there-election of Mr John
j'onr red. tmblc
. thuroiiKli tout,
Complete $J.2o $8'2.30
You can recommend
cloth. Hnve glvnu It o
ml It In tad colors.
Your li.V) luHKer nhoo itre ttalrtly
alright; worn n mlr all whiter; good
Y iKNTt-itMiM- That II knife i the t.eat
knife! Blot hud.
Tucut! are only n few; iit lmv no
room to iiuule more
Hull director and Mr W S Keyes
clerk. Mrs Damowood will teach I
G A'RM A "1ST & jSTEWLAISTD.-
the spring term of school.
2 1 A L Woodard who has
IR OrpecJauattcntiou given to Mining
,r ;jj5usiiies and Collection.
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yri'l tSfflR TnoMfKOH nun. A. inniiY.
QrrfttorjTeun unit Counnelom at
v'pjzcml JJUenliotv given to
: "MlW&Q W of Mines.
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ItftfEAWALKGR .... Manager.
DKAI.EK IN M
" ''l,rt!(UrM8treet. Cottage Grove, Ore.
LUND AN SUN GLASS
Estimators and Locators
RANK G OPvyN
p. . . Proprietor of " ' ' '
IRppular Cigar and Confec
Kancy Vunnctl Lunchcu.
gars of Low and High
land Prices to suit the Trnde.
Street, Cottage Grove, Ore.
Pickard & Son
1l'lArA rDmnf rTT?
1. . MsKm
Parties wishing to' be located on
Timber Land will find it to their
advantage to consult us." ... tirt,n,r.,i to rliniish
all kinds of Ihackcts, Mouldings,
7 Cornice, Sash and Doors, Door and
Window frames, Screen Doors,
We have had Sixteen Yeats Windows, Pickets, etc.
experience in the timber laud busi
ness anil guarantee satisfaction.
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
hollunijeck uroS. and
Woodwork of all kinds made and
repaired. We will also work Floor-
tifPA flnnim niiAnAn
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Suppl house for
chased the Snyder farm moved on
to it last week. N
Miss Alma Martin of Cottage
Grove has been spending a few
days with Miss Lulu Hull.
Miss Anna Quinn of Portland is
visiting at Mr Underwoods.
Mrs. Martha J. Warren Rohrer
was born in White county, Illinois
April 13th 1833. She was
married to V. M. Rohrer Nov, 1st
1854 and to this union six children
were born. Thr e of them have de
parted to that life beyond, to which
also Mrs. Rohrer passed Feb. 22nd
1900 aged 66 years
If you are needing some hinges
I Ur a lock for a door
And will heed my advice
I I'll tell you Hie store.
Go to Phillips and Jones!
They will treat-you just fine
And they keep an assortment
Of goods in their line.
Their tools are the best
For gardeners to use
They have some very choice seeds
For the ladies to choose.
A plow, cultivator or harrow,
A spade or hoe or a rake
And all kinds of tools
Of the very best make.
If you wish to cut wood
They have saws, axes and wedges
And all kinds of tools
From peavies to sledges.
Should you think to get married
They will fit you out right
With a cook stove or range
Granite or tinware sparkling and
A new pail for the bride
Who sits all forlorn
Milking the cow
With the crumpled horn.
They have the very best cutlery!
Case, pocket and butcher knives
All warranted the best
To please the new wives.
-- 'am 9 days. Mrs. Rohrer united
OUHlJ4 U1UVC with the ME church
iiig, Rustic, Siding,
size Studding, etc.
SHOP NEAR S. P. DEPOT
R. A. SANDERS,
Headquarters for Mining
Kvury want uttoniled to.- 0
itpickets. Call at Nug-
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON,
5ttf uou' orders by Telephone.
W. H. Beagle,
in 1855 in
which she has since lived a devoted
Christian life.. During her linger
ing illness her patience was marked
with the Christian spirit. She
leaves a husband and three children
to mourn her departure. To her seu us.
ilfthev have nnvttiintr vnn iwnt
10 montns ta ' t. .r'.-r."0,-'.
xju iiui uc uuuiu 10 uuy
For they know if they sell goods
. To please you they must try.
Or if you are n bachelor
And hunting for a bride
Just buy a new buggy
Give your best girl a ride.
Afv oiiRlmnni-H will II nil ill! no of III V
Iluv a map of Bohemia. Eor sale t . 8h cnmii0!J now at my old plneu.
at the Nugget office. Price $s'.oo. pioaso call on ua for the gunulno article.
Complete in every particular, 1 I) . Lincoln-.
.NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
United Stutos Land Ofllco, Rosoburg, Oregon.
February 27, WOO,
NntU'O ia heroby given thut in coinillttnco
with the provisions of the apt of Congress of
June 3,1878, entitled "An act for the sale of
timber lHiula In the States o( California, Ore
Kon, Nevada, anil Washington Territory,"
Clemont Matt of Cottage Grovo, County of
Lane, State of Oregon has this day tl'.cd In this
otlU'o his sworn statement No, 833, for the imr
rhaso of tho NK U of Hootlon No. 14, In Town
ship No. IMS. ltango.S'o. a W aiLlwlll ofltr
(iroof to show that tho land sought Is mure
valuable for Its timber or stone than tor agri
cultural purposes, and to establish his claim to
said land before tho Register and Receiver of
thtaoflico.at Uosebnrg, Oregon, on WoJncwliy
the 9th day of May 1000. a Q
Ho n ume ns wlluocses:
Henry Hanson, 0. 0. I.und, of Kugene, Ore
gon, Olo Hcgaas, Olo lloo, of Ilucoda, Washing
ton. Any and a'H porsons claiming advorsely the
nboTO-dosrrlbod lauds nru requegtcsl to file
tholr claims In this otllcu on or before said 01 h
day of May 1000.
J. T. HIUDaES,
death was but the breaking of the
Alvmyu rllblo The Weekly Qregonlan.
To tho people of Oottnuo Grove and
vicinity. You are hereby warned and
ctrictly forhidik'ii not to nllow doga to fol
low you when uoing on or passing
thionli my proniiaoa ,
D. G. MoParland.
If you want a house painted, see
us; if you want an artistic sign, see
us; it you want a first class finish
put on your buggy or carraige, be
sure and see us; if you wish to
paper your house, don't fail to see
us. These are our specialties.
jENKiriT & Lawson, the painters.
Quick delivery The Weekly Oreeonlan.
IT IS HERE!
The Largest Stock in South Lanet
Shelf and Heavy Hardware; Stoves and 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