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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1901)
TBrinsr Your Job Work to th
Nugget Job Office.
Prosperous Business Men
Cottaee Grove Advertise in
Devoted to the Mining, Lumbcrlng'atid Farming Interests of this) Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for n Grub Stake.
Cottage Grove, Oregon, Xriclay, DFebx'tu-iry 1, 1901.
J. E. YOUNG
COTTAOK GROVE, ORE.'
J, C. JOHNSON anil F. G. EBY
ttorneys ana uounseturs-ju-iMw
..inn it-Aii in iiiiiiiiir.t.tiriKiruviuu
COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
J. S. MEDLEY
Uttoriiey-at-Jjaiu o o u
;-Offlc on Main street:
CoTTAGE GROVK, ORK.
Prompt attention paid to MlidngJtrsHcss.
COTTAGK GROVE, ORE.
L. L. STEVENS
UttoYncy-at-Law o -
.i l Lvn tn Ml nine lluiliicst
' rpCCll iiwimwii "
HKLMO0 W. THOMTHOH' CIUS. A. IIAIIIIY.
He lal attention given to the law ot Mines.
L. T. HARRIS
,,...7 H mi nfH t-Tll l
BpfUl tteiitlun given In" the Iwwuf Mines.
Vuttrtnnl II llllf Itllllllllll'.
J? PLIABLE- ASSA "S.
KwiU by mall receive proniit attention.
FRANK P. WHITE,
COTTAOE IKOVK. Olti:.
O Ice with Jmet Ilenienway, Main it.
OXO. W. LLOYD.
T. W. NIVI X.
Lloyd & Nevill '
V, B. DBr UTY MIXKItAt. FOItVKYOIift
It.iomi tU-SU Chamber of Commerce
r?O.PSo5ei0r " " MJKTW Nil, OKK.
Mk. Katherlne Schlccf, W. D.
Diseases of Women and Children
COTTAGK GKOVK, OUK.
D. J. GOVER
Prospector and Mint Locator.
For Information on Bohemia
Mining District write me.
Bptelal Attention Olren to Corrcurioiulence
MRS. PET SANFORD'S
For Fashionable Dressmaking.
Cottage' Grove, Ore.
EAKIN & BRISTOW
Transact a General Hanking Hulnesi
In All Its Branches.
Cottage Grove, Ore.
J. W. BENTLY,
The practical Boot and Shoe maker,
located in the front part of the
Christ man harness shop,
Repairing neatly and quickly, done
and satisfaction guaranteed. Call
G. A.' COBB
Proprietor of the Elite Confectionery
Also Wholsaler and R tailr of all
Kinds of FRUITS.
Also dealer in Cigars, Tobacco
AVu handle Sarauac Glove Company's
goods. Thoy are considered the
best glove In tliu intirkut . -'
Good Y How Oil Slock with patented
(string fastener 60 mill 75c.
Our Steam Proof lino iiro n poft, jilln-i
hlu glove, as well iih durtihlc;
made with patented hiring fast
ener 8Jie, $1 ami $1 "ft.
Unlim-d Kit,' colt finish, making u
very nict! driving glove. .$1 20.
Suramin Buck, light weight, (1 tn
nlock, no lianil,oi(ii back, Porter
fastener, welled, wax linen threail
soft iiml pliable; undoubtedly
tilt! best glovo in tho market . . .
, ti no.
Ulillneil Chopper Mlts, oil grain calf
skin 00c and $ 1.
I.inud Kit Glove, lino stock.... fl.
H. C. MADSEN,
Ilopnlrlnpat rcnsnniiblc rbnrKi.
All work Kiiurinilcetl tlrit-rlimx.
Watches, Cloi'L'a urn! Jowelry at Unrest 1'rlccs
COTTAGK GUOVK, OUK.
ELITE o Shavihg'o Parlor
Cottage Grove, 'Oric
GEO. E. GRIFFITH, Prop.
W. H. ROBINSON
Office and residence on River street
near Wall, Cottage Grove, Ore.
R. A. SANDERS,
WineK, Liquors and Cigars.
A Favorite Resort.
COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON.
BARKER & MARTIN
THE EXCHANGE 7
PEAMSRH IH FINKT
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
Main street, Dotlngo (Jrovn, Oru.'
W. H. SMITH .
Proprietor of the CAFE ROYAL
on River street, near the bridge, ,
Cottage Grove, Ore.
Short orders day and night. Every-tliiiigMfirst-claiis
and the best the
Number 63(3 wins the Bicycle.
Tlie owner of same please call
and select his or her wheel.
Eakin & Bristow.
Garman i Ncwlapd
COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
good quality, in
All-Wool, light weight, assorted col
ored striped 25.
Cotton, good quality, color ma
roon , ttiks
Mixed Cotton and Wool, iiicitiiim
heavy, maroon KOe.
All-Wool, good quality, medium
heavy, maroon ft 10.
Samu aH above, only liner wool, iih
snrted'solid colors f I (IT).
All-Wool, very line quality, In iih
ho r ted colored Htriieij. . . ".'.".
White, medium heavy (2 00.
... GARMAN & NEWLAND ...
g IT !S MERE! ' g
g Te Lcui'gcst Stock h SoliUt Iic! S
consisting ov zs
Shelf and Heavy Hardware; Stoves and Tinware; Pumps, 3
Pipes and AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS I
S Guns and Ammunition, Studebakcr Wagons,
Canton Clipper Plows, Harrows, Etc. 2
Sp: For Miners' Supplies, the only house South of Portland. 3S
Give us a call.
g GRIFFIN & VEATCH, 2
COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON. Z2
I Fanners' Store
'm Is a Farmer and sympathizer
Fgfl as you will see by quality of goods and prices. rai
m Dry Goods, Groceries and all kinds of
m PRODUCT PAINT, the very
K0T1CB OF FINAL flKTTLKMKNT,
Notice-Is hereby kIvoii that Jas, II. Btowart,
mlinliilstrntor ot the eslalo of Win. HuIiIiik, Do
renxe, 1ms lllcd nil llnal iiccoiiiit in the
nborc named rstnto and that tho Bth day of
Hccombor 1UW), lit tho hour of ono o'clock In
tho ufternoon ilieronf has bcon set lor tho date
ot hearlnxsald Until iiconuut at tho olllco of Iho
t'oiinly JikIko, In Euroiio, Lime County, ro
Kon, at which time uud jiIkco all porocins liuv
liiK oljjotttloiin to Iho allowance anil approval
o( tio hiiiiio nrny iiior uud lis hoard.
puled this Dili day of November, WOO,
Jas. 1), stkwaiit, Administrator. .
OyordOodd patleniH of wall pnpor to
ehooKO from uud more on the way, tit
Jenkins & Lwwn'a,
I.uu'ii HooiIh, mnde of laeo open
work; vury prettv ileHlgmt
!I5 to 05c.
Kmliroidercd and Ttiekud MiihIIh
and ijwim, diirereut dcnlgiiH
76o to SI :!..
Lad leu' Sun ItonuetH, mndo of elmiii
lirity, full hack crown, tdilclicd
and lined, nanorled colorx. JiOc.
Our Hno of I)ofi I'liiliroldcriee, Itlb
Iioiih and DrygoodH Notluna Ih
Ladle' fiuniiiier SkiitH, largo vari
ety ; in price from . . . ,50c to f.'l.
Shirt WiiIhIh, different colorx and
kiudH .....COc to ill 75.
I .adieu' Neck Wear in Intent ftylps..
Mit to llOo.
with all men of honest industry, raj
n rt 1 r I it T I !T!M1
uur lianien Cecils arc tuo nest, p
best for quality and finish. s
, IJownro of air dried or half dry floor
ing, ceiling and riiHtie, Tho Booth-
Kelly Liimhur Co., uio making Hpcelnl
prlceH on kilifdried lumber.
WAxntn. Cupalilo, relluhlo porpou in
overy county to represent large company
of Holld lliiaiiuial reputation ; $1)30 milury
por year, payable woelsly j $3 porday ah.
Bolutely Htiru and all exjieiiBPH; utruiglit,
houa-lldu salary. iiocoinmiHBlmi; salary
paid oacti Siituritay mid oxpense money
advaiircl ejiali 'week. STANDARD
HUUSK, 331 Pfi,uwo,N Sr., Qjiiwoo,
PROTECT THE MINES.
Judicious Legislation Greatly
Colonel Frank V. Drake, a prac
tical mining man of wide ex
perience and who lias given the
subject close attention, advocates
legislation by the present legislature
to plnce the mining industry of
Oregon on a more substantial basis.
He says: "If we would have our
mining resources recognized abroad,
we should first recognize them our
selves by legislation."
In the Sunday Orcgoiiian he says:
"The fact that vast areas of Oregon
contain mountains veined with au
riferous ores is a discovery of very
recent years. There is no longer a
doubt of their extent and value.
Good, enterprising men and money
arc needed for the speedy develop
ment of this soutcc of permanent
wealth. Such development means
more people, more money, more
towns, more railroads, which will
surely conic as rapidly a demanded,
more Home market for farmer,
irttitgrowcr, lumberman, manu
facturer everybody now here seek
"The mining business calls on
every department of domestic in
dustry lor supplies. Jivcry mine
paying dividends, large or small,
pays a large proportion of its out
put for labor, lumber and macbin
cry. This money is mostly ab
sorbed locally. One mining town in
Montana has a pay roll of fully $20,
000,000 per year. None " of this
money leaves the country. The
dividends far exceed $20,000,000
per year. In the presence of such
figures $40,000,000 in 21 yens do
not look large. Out of the Corn
stock vein, in Nevada, $150,000,000
came from one hole in the ground,
out of one mine. There are 11
times more people in Montana,
today than there were in 1870,
Montana pirt ot" the great American
desert, depends almost solely on
"These facts are cited to show
how important this great industry
may become and how necessary it
n for the state to give, it support
and attention as one of its greatest
sources of wealth and prosperity.
Tiie new State of Washington has,
by legislation and otherwise, at
tracted attention to its mining re
sources. Tlie result has been that
the state has suddenly and surpris
ingly passed Oregon in acquisition
of population, the splendid City of
Spokane has been built almost en
tirely 'out of the mines,' and
Seattle aspires to rivalry with old
"Oregon ought to become known
as a great mining state. It ought
to enact legislation suitable for the
promotion of this industry, which
helps every other industrial enter
prise. Every other mining state
has done this. Judicious legisla
tion not only advertises a state's
resources, by recognition ot its im
portance, to capital, watches legis
lation but gives assurance to in
vestors of stability and security
that a vast element of wealth is
here, atid is being provided for and
protected by law.
"Some recent legislation by Ore
gon the bill of Senator Smith is
on the right line. It declares and
defines the means by which mining
claims shall be located, boundaries
marked, the record to be made, and
work to be done. It takes juris
diction over mining claims frpm
justice courts. There is much
more to be dquo for protection of
interests and for security of in
dividuals. There should be a uni
form code of signals for mine hoists,
rules for storngr and 'preparation of
explosives, protection from lires, hc
curing dangerous ground and the
like, Concise reports from mine
managers would be valuable, if
they could be procured. By ju
dicious legislation and fair treat
ment all this can be procured tabu
lated and published.
"Mining in Oregon, as an in
dustrial factor, is comparatively
new, but its importance is undc-
iniable. It should rccciveattention.
promotion, at the hands of the state.
The time is ripe, the conditions pro
pitious. The next two years are
important most important. Men
and capital are seeking oppor
tunities, and now is the time to
bring this great factor of prasperity
to tue ironi.
A CONVINCING ANSWER.
"I hobbled into Mr. Ulackmon's drug
store 0110 evening,'' says Wesley Nelnon,
of Hamilton, Ga., "and ho linked meto
try Chanihorlain'H I'aln Halm for rhou
inatism with which I had mifTercd for a
long time, I told him I had no faith in
any medicine as they all failed. Ho
mild: 'VellifChatnberlaln'n Pain Balm
doon ndt help you, you need not pay for
it.' I took a bottle of it home and need it
according to tho directions and in ono
week I wan cured, and havo not since
I been troubled with rhciimntifm." Sold
ly JlKNHO.v IJituo Co., Cottage Grove.
Lyo.sb ct Ari'i.rcoATK Drain Druggist.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Booth-Kelly Lumber
Company was held in the company's
office 'rooms in Eugene last week.
The purpose of the meeting was to
elect officers and directors for the
ensuing year. The old officers and
board of directors were re-elected.
They are as follows: President,
John F. Kelly; vice-president, F.
H. Buck; secretary, J. H. Booth;
manager, R. A, Booth. Board of
directors. A. J. Hechtman, F. H.
Buck, G. X. Wendling, Geo. H.
Kelly, John F. Kelly, J. H. Booth,
R. A. Booth.
WOKECIMG NIGUC AND DAY.
Tho busiest nnd mightiest little thing
that ever was mado is Dr. King's New
Life Pills. These pills change weakness
into strength, llstlessness into energy,
brain-fag into mental powor. Thoy'ro
wonderful in building up tho health.
Only 25c per box. Sold by Benbox Dnuo
I'OR SALE OR. TRADE FOR COTTAGE
40 acres 2 j miles from Mapletori
on Siuslaw river at head of tide.
Good frame dwelling, orchard in
bearing, 5 acres in cultivation,
ballance good cedar or fir timber
Inquire or write to James Hemen
way, Cottage Grove, Ore.
Tho grcatost danger from colds nnd
lngrippo is their resulting in pnoumonia.
If reasonable euro is used, however, and
Clinmborlalii's Cough Remedy tnkon,nll
danger will bo nvoided. It will euro
cold or an attack of Ingrippo in less tlmo
thnn any other treatment. It 1b pleas
ant nnd safo to take. For ealo by Uknso.v
Dituo Co., Cottago Grove. Lyons &
Ai'i'i.r.oATE Drain Druggists.
Sportsmen retnmnber Uriflln it Veatch
Co.earry a lino lino of Shot Guns and
NOTIOK FOd PUBLICATION.
United States Lund Ofllce,
Reselling, Ore., Dee. 22, 1000.
Nptlce Is hereby given that in com
pliance with tho provisions of the act
of congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An
act for the sale of timber lands in tho
States of California.' Oregon, Nevada,
and Vnshlngto11T6rr1tory," ns extended
to all tlie Public. Land Stntea by net of
August 4, 1802, Mrs, Annlo Welin, of
Kuuuno. county of Lane, Stitto of Ore
gon, has this day filed In this olllco her
sworn statement No. 1350, for tho purchase-ot
tho SRfot Section No. 10 in
Township No. 20 H, Range No. 7 W, nnd
win oner proot to snow mat tio lanu
sought is tnoro valuable for its timber or
stone than for agricultural purposes, and
to establish her claim tosaid land before
the Register nnd Receiver of this otlico
at Roseburc, Oregon on Friday, tho 8th
day of March, 1001.
blio names ns witnesses:
Jnmos N. Handle.. 11. Hans Cere-
strom, George VBicodliig, H. 0. Han.
non, of Kugone.,QK'gon.
Ahv and all, (persons claiming adr
versoly tho . aboyp.desertbed, hiiius nro
ronnpHtftii tn . Hlft .t.hnli nlnlmd in thin
olllco 011 pr,hefoi'Gflaid'6th,rjay of March