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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1900)
The Prosperous Business Men
0 CottARC Grove Advertise In
Bring Your Job Work to the
Nugget Job Office.
Devote,! to tlu. Mining, Lumbering mid Farming I.UercHtso7lhis'
Community, lo.Cood Government,, and Hustling for a Grub Stake.
z" $S3' wf w3ffl
J. E. YOUNG
, uiiii-o mi' Mitln Mteol, Wert Mtlg
Cottagu Giiovi!, Oui.
C J. S. MEDLEY
JlUOl'llCU'Ul-fAUV O O O
Olllru im Mnlil nticcl'-: -C..TTA01C
L. L. STEVENS
Alloriipy-id-Law o a o
ji,rlni n'lulltlOII Klvcll l Milling llllxltlCM
I'romi" iiiilliiM Wij'ljo MltiliiKlltnlnoH.
( oTTAGU GHOVH, OKU.
(Jo(;l;n,o.0 Q-rove, Oregon, Friday, .August 17, 1900.
Shirt Waist Sale I
A large line of Shirt Waists that we are closing
out without regard to cost. If you want a bar
gain now is your time to get it.
A ibw pairs of Men's and Women's Shoes in; odd
sizes, will sell you at. 50c on the dollar.
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CIUI. A. 1HHI.Y.
THOMPSON' Ik HARDY SBaoHODaBonnoBoaoB3aoEBB9seaoH8HaeaeneBeHOBsaea(SHOBonoi38EeiiHoijeoaofjoHHOHBBg
Devorod to Bohemia Nores and
jtem5 of ffenered' inVcr'esV Vo Mining Men.
:ltl(iriirns(in(l Counselor s-at Low
8rm o"C"lliPtl Klvoil tlitlltljHW ill Mll.f
L. T. HARRIS
.ill'irnriJ 1111(1 CounSClor-at-Lau
Hdl uiu'iillon Klvcn to. tho I"?4?'."' M'hft.
lint N" inn) Hank Jttill.l 1ik-
fmii!c b mall rccclo iirumilalle'iiliiii.
FRANK P. WHITE,
miiTAiii: oiiovi:. oiii:
GK.-ownfi Jiiinun llciiienuBjf, Mult, m
sr. w i.i yd.
T. w. srvu.i..
Lloyd & Nevill
MIS IN" I.S0ISi:i'.l8
i in:, utv jnxKitAi. fionvnvons
Itcoino 1.1: !M f hninlier nf t'littuiiorru
Te h .lit' lit) K.I7
1' I) lii.x luis
FOR MEN. 1
Wc liuntlle Narnnac Glnvo Company' ,
uikkIn. They ore considered the
best glove in tin' market.
tiooil Yi How Ol! Slock with patented
Ktring fastener ... 00 mid 7fns,
Our Strain .'roof line nro n soft, plln
uio giovc, uh well ii3 (iiiraine;
luiiilu with patented Mring fn at
enur 8, $1 mid $1 'Jfi.
Unliiic.l Kit, oft Ilni-li, innkiii n
very nice driving (dove .$1 25. 1
Snraiian lluck, light weight, fine
block, no band, open l ick, Porter
faclciicr, wclted.wnx linen thread
oft and pliable; undoubtedly
the Im'bI Klovuin (lie nun l;i-t ...
... : $.1 ro.
lliilinwl Chopper Mils, oil grain e:df
fkln t0citnd tl.
Lined Kit Oloviw, line Block . . 1.
Gillian & Ncwland
COTTAGE anOFE, ORE.
Cotton Swcttcri", (jood qunlily, in
ninrooii iiiui aasorteil milieu
All'Wool, liplit weight, UEsorled eol
orcd striped f I 25. '
Cotton, good qunlily, eolor mn
roon " fiOc.
MI,ed Cotton ami Wool, niediiun
' heavy, maroon 80c.
All-Wool, good quality, medium
iieavy, iniiroim .. "... $1 10.
Sjiino as" above, only finer wool, as
sorted folid eolor? $105.
All-Wool, very 'fine qnidity, in as
torteil eoloreil ctripef . . .2 25.
White, medium heavy $2 50.
.awn Hoods, made of Inre open
work ; very pretty designs
35 to 05c.
Ktnbroidered and Tacked Muslin
and Swiss, difleronf-designs
t 75c to 1 1 35.
Ladies' Sim P.onncts., made of eimm
hray, full hack crown, stitched
and lined, assorted colors. .50e.
Our line of Loose "Embroideries, Itib
bons and UryKoods Notions is
Ladies' Summer Skirts, largo vari-
- - ety'; in price from. .. .50c to $8.
Shirt Waists, different colors and
- ' '.kindH.-. 50c to $0 75.
Ladies' Iscck Wear in latest styles. .
15 to OOc.
GAR MAN & NEWLAND
Although little h.n been said of nohetnia this venr. it 13 no Indication that
the district it not full of life ana activity. In fact there is more activity this year
than ever before, especially is this tfuo of Iho prospector and tho men wdio nro
developing their property iff a small way .""l'rospcctois have been oncouraged by
tlio way of rich strikes wliich.havc been made this vear. and work is eoinu on in
a determined and interested manner.
Mrs. J. T. Finnican, owner of the Knott property, has returned to Cottago
Grovo after a three week's visit at the property. She iH n most interesting lady,
and her many friends only wish her unlimited success with the famous old mine.
Innpeakingof the property Mrs. linniean stated that the completion of the55
foot shaft just finished, will probably end the development work for this year, as
this was all the work laid out for tho season. However, as soon as the season
opens for 1001, accompanied by her husband, sous and daughters, jlie will again
take up tho work and push it forward with the view of putting in a mill. Tho
strike recently made is all the more promising at the bottom of the shaft, and
nextspring a cross cut and tunnel will be run to determine the exact width of
the vein. '
Stocks & Harlow, who recently struck a fine vein of free milling ore, showing
abundanco of gold to the naked eye, arc much encouraged and feel that they havo
their property well in hand now.
It is understood that there is an awakening of interest "abroad in Bohemia
affairs now andthal in the next two or three months many prospectors and min
ing men from various mining sections will visit the, district. This was antici
pated early in the spring, but no doubt tlio Nome boom, which has only just now
died a natural death, had much to do in keeping many mining men who were on
tho move and who contemplated a visit hero, out. of tho, district. However it is
not too late, as there is at least three months of good prospecting weather left, and
many will yet visit the district.
W. P. Wagy, ono of Portland's responsible mining brokers, visited the camp
th's week in company with Hugh Uehne.
H. Lig.xn of Lon Ion, E.iglan.l, wdio reprasonti English mining capital, was a
visitor last week to tho district in company with Superintendent Fred Byrnes of
the Grizzly gioup, which is considered one of the best properties in the district,
and which is now under active development. This property is backed bv Eng
lish capital and the management is going ahead in an active and business like
manner to make tho property a dividend payer, and at no far distant day it will
take itsplaco among the best paying mining properties in the Northwest.
STOCK AND FARM.
H. C. PERKINS
Deputii V. S. Mineral Surveyor
lf al attention Klvcn toMlnfiiK C'UIiiik
mid nrutuirliiKof 1'iitoaU.
G uants Pass, Okh.
airs. Kiillicrine Selilccf, M. H.
Diseases ol Women ami Children
Cottagu Gkovk, Okh.
MRS. PET SANFORD'S
For Fasliioiutblc Drcasmal-inu.
Cottagu Gkovk, Oku.
William Renshaw .
AI.K WAI.KK't. Miumor.
hi:am:u in wnk
WINES. LIQUORS. CIGARS.
Mnln utrcct, Oottab'ii (nv, Oru.
B. PTP.Tf APT), ft SON
'or 1IOURH I'AIMTINO. VAPI'll HAKQINO.
HlUN WOUK.CAHUIAOU rAIN'UHU.
Cottagu Gkovk, Oku.
EAKIN & BRISTOW
Trnnsnct a (ionomt llnnkliiK Uuslnoss
In All Its Uriinclies.
Cottagu Gkovk, Oki ,
CY. MILLER & CO.
-Two Ooors North of Eakln .t Ilrlstow'n
CnT'iAri flunvTf. Ouit.
ELITE o Shaving o Parlor
Cottagu Gkovk, Oku.
GRIFFITH & CRAIG, Props.
HOIIHMIA, Oku. .
Onicont .Mnnli'k Mine iiml niopliant Mountain.
D. J. GOVER
Prospector and Mine Locator.
For 'Information on Bohemia
Mining District write inc.
S.cvlnl Attention filvou to Corrqjiomlenco
' BOHEMIA, ORE.
J. a JOHNSON and F. G. M
? ttomnis ami Caunsdors-at-Law
Special attention given to Mining,
Corpoiationand Mercantile I.nw.
Office iii 011 P. O. building,
' COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
J. W. BENTLY,
The practical Boot and Shoe maker,
located in the Case building, two
doovss cast of the Postofllce.
Repairing neatly and quickly done
and satisfaction guaranteed. Call
Here is a chance to get your boy
"...i. - ...... i..n- hitsitiess on n small
1I11U il llil l"b " " . . , ,.
l nave a uuuin; i"k
capital, i nave ui. . o
grade Belgian Hares that I will sell
in pairs at very low prices. I here
is no need to senu to nmuuuu
when you can get the same thing
here at home. Lord Britain, Sir
Cf,.i. ifnohndn. Yukon, Red Rover
and other fashionable strains nie in
Stock. F. A - RANKIN, ougeue,
A MOTHER TELLS HOW SHE
SAVED HER 'LITTLE
I am the mother of eight children
and have had a great deal of ex
perience with medicines. Last
summer my little daughter had the
dysentery in its worst form. We
thought she would die. I tried
everything I could think of, but
nothing seemed to do her any good.
I saw an advertisement in our pa
per that Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
was highly recommended and sent
and got a bottle at once. It proved
to be one of the very best medicines
we ever had in the house. It saved
my little daughter's life. I am
anxious for every motder to know
what an excellent medicine it is.
Had I known it at first it would
have saved me a great deal of
anxiety and my little daughter
much suffering. Yours, truly,
Mrs. Guo. F. Burdick, Liberty,
R. I. For sale by Bicnson Drug
Co., Cottage Grove. Lyons &
Aw-MSGATU, Drain Druggists.
PUBLIC SCHOOL COURSE.
An Outline of the Work .Planned
for the Cottage Grove Schools
Through the kindness of School
Clerk J. K. Barrett the Nugget
prints the courses outlined for the
Cottage Grove schools for ,the en
suing term under Professor A. S.
Briggs and staff, as follows:
JNinth Grade English grammar,
American literature, algebra, ancient
history and physical geography.
Tenth Grade Rhetoric, Ameiican lit-
orature, Latin, higher and mental arith-
metic, medevhd and modern history,
Eleventh Grade English literature,
Latiiu higher algebra, English history,
commercial law and political economy.
' Twelfth Grade English liteiatuto,
Latin, geometiy, American and civil
Griffin & Veatch Co. carry a full
line of Canton Clipper and John
Deere Plows. None better.
STORY" OF A SLAVE.
To be bound hand and foot for
years by the chains of disease is
the worst form of slaver)', George
D. Williams, of Manchester, Mich.,
ir lfi bus been so belli
less for live years that she could not
turn over in bea nione. uier u
Untiloo nf ttlpotrie Bitters
U1K w. -----
she is wonderfully improved and
able to do her own work." This
supreme remedy for female dis
eases quickly cures nervousness,
sleeplessness, melancholy, head-
ache, DacKacue, miming
Tf i n (rnilsend to weak,
sickly, run-down people. Cure
guaranteed, utuy 5ue. oum .
Uunson Drug Co., druggist.
Subscribe for tho Nugget all tho Bo
hemiu mining nows, ifl 50 per year.
Mrs. De Spain and two little
daughters left for Illinois the first
of the mouth on a visit to friends
Mr and Mrs Jacob Geiwity ar
rived at Mr Geiwity's home from
Silk creek last week, and last Sun
day gave n picnic to which a
number of friends were present.
Wat Robinson arrived here last
week on a visit to his brother John.
Monday they left for their old home
Mr Tapp met a bear while walk
ing in .the woods last Sunday.
Threshing has begun but the
yield per acre is small.
Tire farmers of this community
should take into consideration the
creamery' proposition. Statistics
are authority for the statement
that creameries are always a ready
money getter, and that the money
derived from the patronage of a
creamery always comes regularly
and at times when it is difficult to
realize upon other products.
A creamery is to be established
'at Silverton, Oregon, by N!r. P.
j K. Miller.
I Creamery butter from LaGrande,
Or.', has recently been finding a
market in Portland.
Eugene is agitating the creamery
question. Why should not Cot
tage Grove have one?
Hens when kept in confined
areas are likely to contract quite a
number of troublesome, habits
among others the annoying trick
of eating their own eggs and the
nasty habit of pulling one another's
feathers. As a preventive of egg
eating nnny cures have been rec
ommended from time to time. Hi
our experience the most effective is
that ' of filling a number of egg
shells with a mixture of ftaft soap
and carbolic acid, and. placing
these in the nest most frequented
by the offending birds. Afler
dosiiig themselves with two or
three eggs so treated the birds will
usually be found very chary of at
tacking 'even natural eggs sub-
Butter 40 and 50 cents per roll
and. not a pound to be had in Cot
tage Grove. How about a creamery,
sequently. Farmers' Gazette.
Thus far indications point to
very satisfactory prices for this
Farmers who start a tnall foun
dation herd of pure bred stock will
be surprised ttt rapid growth of the
herd when all the females are kept
for breeding. You want a pure
bred bull to grade up, and two or
three females will, in ten years,
give you a good herd. The de
mand for pure food stock of all
kinds is greater than the supply
add is rapidly increasing all over
the laud. The markets demand
the superior quality of the im
proved breeds Rural Spirit, Port-laud".
THAT THROfiBING HEAD
ACHE. Would quickly leave you, if you
used Dr. King's New Life Pills.
Thousands of sufferers have proved
their matchless merit for Sick and
Nervous Headaches. They make
pure blood and build up your
health. Only 25 cents. Morey
back if not cured. Sold by Bunson
Drug Co., Druggist.
IT HELPED WIN BATTLES.
Twenty-nine officers and men
wrote from the Front to say that
for Scratches, Bruises, Cuts,
Wounds, Sore Feet and Stiff Joints,
Bucklei's Arnica Salve is the best
in the world. Same for Burns,
Skin Eruptions and Piles; ascts. a
box. Cure guaranteed. 'Sold by
Benson Drug Co., Druggist.
Take the Jlohcmla jVujtfeJ.
g IT IS HERE!
g Ts Largest Stock in, Solitlj Lcaie! 5j
p - CONSISTING Ol'
Shelf and Heavy Hardware; Stoves and Tinware; Pumps,
Pipes and AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS!
- Guns and Ammunition, Studebnker Wagons, 2
Canton Clipper Plows, Harrows, Etc. ZS
S . 3
For Miners' Supplies, the only house South of Portland, 3
S Give us a call.
g GRIFFIN & VEATCH, '
g COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON. IS