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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1900)
S5Iropcfoui Builncii Men
Briny Youc Job Work to fne
Nusrect Job Office.
t Prices Reasonable
fefieettaec utove iuvcurc in
Devoted lo tile Mining, Lumbering and Farming Interests of this Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake.
Grove, Oregon, Friday, April- 13, 19QO.
lq & Bristol,
fransaf to (icncmul IxmlUno
li oil its lircmchcs.
O.II.C 4lr.?., Orng.n,
O. K. Griffith, rrop.
J. E. Yoaim.
HORNff AT LAW.
Plnllii Ualtislre.l, West Hid.,
Wait aye Urovr., Oregon.
gm). S. MK'D LKY, -
lorney At Law,
ft (tflr On Uln Mitral,
fBoittwo Urovr, Oregon.
Doors Snrtliol Kwkln A llrixtow'K.
'tiiye Grove, Orrunn.
mutiu'riiu. sriticcf, ri. i).
Our Spring line of- ladies
Dress Skirts, Underskirts
Silk Capes, Fancy Rib
bons, and many other new
things, too numerous to
FOR GENT'S FURNISH
INGS..... Our stock is more com
plete than ever before.
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MINES m MINING.
Devoted to Bohemia Notes and Mining Items of General Interest to
& Br i stow.
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Uiwr of Women and Children.
SpottaKc Grove, Oregon.
,JiltnMrt CotUiio Grove, Or.
U., Sa. Mineral Surveyor.
fflpcc1alaltention Riven to Mining
CIaimsjSnd procuring of Patents.
it,. Attorney and Counsclor-at-l.aw
y8peeiatEtttentlnn given 'o thr
Buy your Spring Goods now and
have them all ready. We are liable
to have warm weather most any
We have a large line of spring and summer goods. Shirt waists,
crash skirts, covet cloth' to make bicyle suits, to 20 cts per yard.
Full assortment of colors of wash silk,s and satins. Nice line of plaid
- dress goods, 18 to 60 cts per yard. Under skirts 50 cts to $3.00.
Did you see oitrchildtens' hoods, etc? Have an excellent line.
Hoys' striped sweaters 50 cts.
l.clSpecjamttcntiou given to Mining
' Ui r3jElfiffihe.s6 and Collection.
'"KnnH. ... . - On rt ION
.. lilKCsfwHTMOMI-SO CIU, A. IIAU1JT. ;
Estimators and Locators
'JiBSfrsoi, & Merely TIMBER LAND.
ifiiiKiiaiM fii llatiiiHVlortt ill
Parties wishing to be located on
Timber -Land will find it to their
advantage to consult us.
GLASS cjBon Ton
We have had Sixteen Years
experience in tle timber land busi-
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Ibi 'MaiiiWStrcet, Cottage Grove, Ore.
35 wrncy at Law.
HitkiPfOBipffiitlon paid to Mining Business.
n'1 '" "GotFoge Grove, Oregon.
Mnieer. ess ami guarantee satisfaction,
ff.UND & HANSEN,
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
Supply house for
I We are now prepared to furnish frttti ere T-tt vp
all kinds of Brackets, Mouldings, j U1UVL
Cornice, Sash and Doors, Door and ; r
Window frames, Screen Doors, U1U. JjUIieilllcl.
Windows, Pickets, etc. . "
I Woodwork of all kids made and Send your onler bg Telephone.
1 repaired. We will also work Floor-
April 6, iopo'.v-
Another fall of the beautiful today.
Quiet reigns supreme at the Champion.
1 Dick Jennings returned to camp yesterday.
Hugh Hehcne now has charge of the .Helena mine.
Chas Geldmacher is superintendent at the Ely camp and is show
ing' up some fine ore.
Holdennan & Hickey will soon complete their contract at the
Fletcher &' Reed mine.
Dan Colton has ojened up some fine ore this winter on his group
of claims just cast of the Noonday mine.
The Golden Slipper group is undergoing extensive development
under the able management of Supt. Hogg.
. Zinaker & Iand are showing up some excellent ore on their Min
ora) King group which is a fine property.
The Music mill will soon start or as soon as the needed repairs can
be put on, then another famous Bohemia producer is again in operation.
The famous Helena mill and mine are now both running full blast
and the sound of the heavy stamps are ringing through Horseheaveu
The prospectors who returned this week from over in Frank Brass
canyon present a woe begone appearance and say Oregon is the biggest
state they ever walked over.
Our old friend David Ivey is still at the old stand down Horse
heaven canyon and is still showing up some good property. This end of
camp will some day be as great a bullion producer as other more fa
There is great activity over in Champion canyon now that the
snow is gone. Johnnie Woods has erected a mansion just below the
Grizzly. Klopfsnstien & Byrne Bros have also built a fine resideuce
making in all 8 new houses built inside ofa year. A pretty good show
ing. A reward of $8 will be paid to anyone giving informaiion as to the
b whereabouts of Weary Willie the wandering watch tinker who left our
2 neighborhood camp the other morning and when last seen was pointed
toward Cottage Grove. This reward will be paid in kash or, part kash
c and the rest in mink hides by Dock Bowers late of Illinois.
The little mtll over at .the Ridge hotel is shut down on account of
o mismanagement or inexperience. This is another instance proving that
2 Oregon should have a mine inspector of competent ability. Anyone
knows $30 ore will pay if properly handled, but mine owners must learn
n ' by experience to condemn their mines t before going to the expense of
g putting in mills.
S , Nunn, Reed & Morgan are preparing to erect a mansion on their
g fine group of claims just north of the Noonday mill as soon as "the
o weather will permit. These gentlemen have a large amouut of work
a planed for the coming summer and from present indications they will
have something that will rival the famous Helena. They have ore on
b their dump with gold plainly visible to the eye without the use of a
glass. This with their favorable location makes this one of the best
groups in Bohemia
The writer met a dilapidated looking object on the trail the other
day which put one in mind of the fabled Rip Van Winkle. The object
was crippling along with a cane in both hands and a little pack on his
! back, his hair looked like a last years magpy nest, and clothes all
MEAT MARKET! tattered and torn. If there had been any show to run we surely would
have showed our sprinting qualities, but we were too lazy to run up and
( down hill so we stood our ground and faced the apparition which proved
r . qj. 1 1 to be Prof. Day who had run over to his mines. The terrible walk to--iMLVll.L
OL3?G U : gether with sleeping on the dry side of a fir tree was well calculated to
1 make. one feel somewhat out of trim. But he was just the same jolly
nit r r 1 good natured Floyd Day as of old. He said he intended coming back
iOtllC UFOVO Ul'Cfi0Il UStaS SO" aS necou et tl'e needed repairs put in.
IT IS HERE!
The Largest Stock in South Lane!
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tioorf, nf tnoa hill i hv
Kolir liavliiK dlHolvwl
inuttiiil coiiHeli ulvu
tTntnll outntnndfiiir aci-ounts duo
lttL nro In tliu lunula of CJilln-
(IlHwloy for collection and an
llemtHitot p.iHUluo accomiia ih
IIOLI.ENBECK BROS. AND
iug, Rustic, Siding,
size Studding, etc.
SHOP NEAR S. P. DEPOT
Headquarters for Mi'iingl R. A. SANDERS,
livery want nttonded to. o
EUOKNK, - Orkgon.
My ciiBtotnurB will find n lino of my
fi-vah cuuilloH now ut my old place.
I'loiiHii cull on iih for tlio t'ciuiinn artlclo.
To the people- of Cottuo Grovo and
vicinity. Vou aro horoby warned and
Htrlctly forbiddon not to allow dogs tofol
low you when going on or pusuing
thiQiich my prciniHCH
I Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
A Favorite Pesrt.
COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON.
ron't Tutaf co Spit ud Smoke roir IJfe Anr.
To quit totocco easily and forever, ho map
Wtlo. tull of Ufa. norvo ami vlcor. talto No-To
JUo, the wnndoo worker, tbatmnkos weak men
stronff. All druggists, SOo or II. Curoguaraif
I tcrd. Ilooklct and siimnla free. Address
I), G, MoF.itiVNH, I Swrllnij Honicdy Ca. Clikauor Nor Vor'
W. H. Beagle,
Shelf and Heavy Hardware; Stoves and Tinware; Pumps, Pipes and
Guns and Ammunition, Studebrker Wagons, Canton Clipper Plows,
Supplies, the only house South
GRIFFIN & VEATCH.
JSCT, Harrows, Etc. For Miners Supplies, the only house South of Port
land. Give us a call.
.NOTICE KOU PUBLICATION'.
United Stutcs Laud Ofllce, Hosebtirg, Oregon.
February '.'7. IMO,
Nittlpft m haraliv irivfm thut In fnimtltRiiii
with the provl'lnns of the net of Congroa of'
June a, 1878, entitled "An net fur t.hetsale-ot
timlier lniula In the States of Cullforuln, Ore
goti, N'evadn, anil Washington Territory,"
Clement Piatt of Cottage Grovo, County of
Luno, State- of Oregon has thin tluy (lied In this
0IIU10 hit sworn Btntement No. 88.1, for the pur
chase of the NK M of Scrtlon No. 14, in Towu
HhlpN'o. 2-JS. ItnugeS'o. 3 W and will otfor
proof to show that the land futught is more
valuable for Its timber or stone thun lor ogrl. J
cultural inriiscH, and to establish his ulaliii lo
said land beforo the Ileglster and lteeelver of
thlsoflU'o,at Itosebnrg, Oregon, on Weduesday
tho Uth day of May 1900. u (i
lie mimosas wltncpces:
Henry Hanson, 0. 0. Lund, of Kugene, Ore
gon, Ole Hegaas, 01e Hoe, of llueodu, Washing.
Any and all iersona claiming ndvorsely the
uboTe-doscrlbed lands are rcquestod to tlla
their claims In this olllce on or before said Uth
day of May 1'JUu,
J, T, liRinoF.e,
COTl'AGE GROVE, OREGON
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W. S. Chrism an.
The Fashion Stables
GlH'isHiai) & Ba&s, Proprietors.
Proprietors of the Bohemia
Black Butte Stage Lines.
Fitst-Oass Tornoots, Double or Single.
Cottage Grove4 Oregon,