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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1901)
Tlc Proapcrous Builneu Men
of Cottage Qroy AtfvertUc In
Bring Your Jot Work to the
Nugget Job Ol
Devoted to the Mining, Numbering and Farming Interests of this Com m unity, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake.
Co i; l;ag-e G-rove, O regoh; !Fr i d ay, March 29, 1 9 0 1 .
J. B. YOUNG
n Wdu ttrMt, Wtt Hid
CofifAolt Guovit, Ouit.
J. a JOllHSON and .P- C BUY
Devoroa ro Bohemia Nore.5 and
Horns of ffcacrol inreKo.sr to Mining Mon.
Attorneys anil Counstlors-ai-Law
gMtltl lltntUn ltn to MlnlnK.Corporktlon
tld iJsrcintll Uw.
. Offlt om tittmiri A NtwUwl'i itora.
COT? AGE GROVE, OKU.
J. S. MEDLEY
Attorney-at-Law o o o
00m in Mttn tttMt :
COTTAOM GUOVIt, OUK.
Pf.-pt MUnllon rU to M 1?J2 lU -CoTTAOK
L. L. STEVENS
tMUl atUntlon llren to Mlulnf Uuilntm
Cllil. 1. 1UIDY.
THOMPSON & HARDY
Attorneys and. CounseU)rs-at Laic
B MtUI IUtillon rlfti to th Uw ol Ml n e.
L. T. HARRIS
Attorney and ffoitnselor-Ut-Law
pttltt mttnllon ilun to the Uw ol Mltiei.
Hrit National Unk Building.
W " ;
Jt 9 LIABLE ASSA rS,
4npU brnall rer.tr prompt xuntlon.
FR.ANK P. WHITE,
COITAtlE OUOVE. OKU
O'lMwItb Jmi llmenwr, Uln it.
Mrs. Kilhtrlne Schlecf, M. D.
Disuses of Women aoJ Children
COTTAGE OKOVK, OUK.
D. J. GOVR
Prospector and Mine Locator.
For Information on Bohemia
Mining District write me.
raUl Attention Olren to Corrtiponlnca
MRS. PET SANFORD'S
For Fashionable Dressmaking.
COTTAGK GROVK, OkK.
J. W. BENTLY,
The practical Boot and Shoe maker,
located one door west of the Bohe
Repairing neatly and quickly done
and atufaction guaranteed. Call
BARKER & MARTIN
DEALERS IN riNE
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
Matmtrcit, OoH.g. Oro., Ore.
W. H. SMITH
Proprietor of the CAPE ROYAL
on River street, near the bridge,
Cottaqb GROyit, Qrx.
Short orders day and night. Every
thing first-class and the best the
ELITE o Shaving o Parlor
COTTAGB GROVM, OUB.
GEO. E. GRIFFITH, Frop.
Wo hnmltu Sunt tine Glnvo Company'
good. They urn I'oiiMliluriil thf
beit glow In tliu market.
Good Y How Oil Stock with patented
BtrlriK funlenrr 60 iiml 76o.
Our 8 team Tntof line nro n wit, plia
ble glove, oh cfl nn durable;
made with piitcnttxl ntrintf funt
ciiur H5i', f 1 nnd tl 20.
Unllmil Kit, Koft flnlfli, innkiiiK
vnry nicu driving Kluvu. l SO.
8aronnc llnek, liglit wciijlit, fine
ttx-'k, iif Imiiil.opon Imck, l'urtLT
flUlL'lUT, Vll'lll'll.UlU UllL'II lllloilll
i(t iiml pllalilu; iinilonbtcdly
liie iH-bt siovu in tliu miirkyi
Unllruiil Chopxr Mlln, nil rnn cnlf
kin OOcund fl.
Unci Kit Ciliivei', line stock. . ..fl.
S ... GAR
H. C. MADSEN,
WATC 1 1 M A K I;K .
Rpilrnir at remnnnhlc rhnrirc
All work KimranlGcil llril-i'laiw,
Watch', t'lorki nnd Jewelry nl Ijiwcit Prices
COTTAOK GHOVK, OUK.
W. H. ROBINSON
Qfijce and residence on River street
near Wall, Cottage Grove, Ore.
HOLLENBECK DUOS. & BRISTOW.
Hcadtjtjnrtcrs for MINING MEN.
ItVKKV WANT ATTKNDKI) TO.
II A CARLOAD OF 1
HbOOTS & SHOES!
Ha FULL LINE OF tiik3
LATEST PATTERNS. S
g The Prices will please
you, and in point of jj
Quality nnd Beauty
SE. cannot be beaten;
J MAIN STREET.
Has come and you want new
carpets, carpet sweepers, lace cur
tains, window shades, matting, silk
olines, cretonnes, tapestries, down
pillows, linoleums, oil cloths and
everything needed if refurnishing
your house for the spring. A nice
and complete line.
Eakin & Bristow. 1
Garira d Ncwland
COT TAG A' GROVE, ORE.
Cotton Swellcri", good quality. In
iniiroon ii ml iiHeorteil Ktrlpcii
All'Wool, llulit weight, n?sortc'l col
ored ulrlped f I -.
Cotton, 'good quality, color inn
won " 50c
Mixed Cotton mid Wool, iiniiiuin
hi'iivv, iniiroon 80c.
AlUWool. ulI ciiiality , nnsliiini
Wmo iih nliovo. only tlnor wool, hk-
ported fdlid colors f 1 (13.
All-Wool, very lino quality, In im
ported colored plripeM.
White, iiiedinin heavy....
MAN & NEWLAND ...
Jim mmizzvm mmu.
Griffin & Veetch Company.
a. O. WALKER,
At WALKER, OREGON,
Handles Dry Goods, Groceries, Bluestone, Lime, the
Best Northern Grown Seeds in Bulk, a complete line of Patent
Medicines. Oregon product Paint, and the celebrated wood
preserver, Avenarius Carbolineum.
Come once and will make you our Friends.
G. O. WALKER. Waucbr, Orbgon.
Shakespeare says: "Our doubts are traitors: they often cause us to
lose much that we might gain.'1
Microbes are the one cause for disease with its many symptoms.
Radam's Microbe Killer gradually renders our bodies immune to the
ravages of disease.
Information and pamphlets free.
A. F. HOWARD, Agent.
Residence with K. JJarrett. COTTAGB GROVK, 0KKG0.W
l,awn IIooiIh, inndo of lace open
work ; very pretty designs
35 to 03c.
Kmhroidered n ml Tucked Mimlin
and SwifH, ditrercnt denigns
76c to l 35.
LndiuH' Sun Ilonnetp, mndc of chnm
bray, full back crown, (ditched
and lined, aborted coiorH. .50o.
Our line of Iooe Kmbroidcries, Uib
lxmu ami UrygixxJa Notionn ia
toadies' Summer Skirts, largo vnri
. , ety ; in price from. . . ,&0e to
rent colors and
DOc to fO 70.
LadiuH' Xec.k Wear in latect ptyles.,
Slielf and I-Ieavy
Dunn's solid Tree Spray,
C. F. Mitchell of Bohemia showed us a fine specimen of chrystalized
lead, taken from the Mnsick mine.
It is usually contained in small Dockets, and carries a small Derceritatrc
of gold. Eugene Register.
Frank Williams left for Bohemia
present will be the Confidence group, southeast of the Noonday mine,
where he goes to do some development work on his promising property
near there. It is well known that in
of the largest and highest grade base
that Frank may strike it rich.
Charles Clay left for Bohemia
of bringing out two or three hundred pounds of'ore from tlio Whale,
Gilbert & Clay mine, to be shipped to Salem for sampling and treat
ment. 1 his test is for the purpose of determining the best method of
treating this character of ore, and it is understood that this company
will this season put in the most practical reduction works for the treat
ment of their ore.
H. S. Reed, who with Mr. Fletcher 'has secured a number of quartz
and placer properties in Southern
left Saturday for Medford. when: he
He has just returned from Bohemia
patents for their property there, but
proposition, they have been obliged
Dr. Oglesby of the Golden Slipper group, Bohemia, was'in Cottage
Grove this week. The doctor was
of men at work on the property as
will permit. He speaks highly ol
ing the property made last year, lends renewed encouragement to those
interested and the company expect
work throughout the summer.
Messrs. Stocks, Harlow & Brush have been pushing development
work on their property on Fairview
driven a crosscut tunnel to tap the
now completed an upraise to No. 1 level where they have a wonderfully
rich body of free milling ore, selected specimens from which have
assayed as high as $249,800.00 per ton. This body of ore is now blocked out
and ready for mining. They are now contemplating the proposition of
putting in a smelter or roasting plant for the treatment of this ore.
A mining country more than any other needs capital. Not small
amounts, but thousand and millions, and no mining district can afford
to tax capital any greater psr cent than the property in which it is or
might b; invested. The smelters at Tacoma and Everett cannot care for
.all the custom work consigned to thetmand two additional smelters .
pr6ject'edin Washington, one at Lafce"ChilaM,nnd another at-Lake-Pend!-d'Oreille.
Washington capital has built smelters in Washington, why
not Oregon capital a smelter or two in Oregon? Mining Journal.
If present indications amount to anything. Bohemia district will
this year be the liveliest in its history. The past summer has been com
paratively quiet. This is accounted for in various Ways, the most im
portant of which is that of the Alaskan excitement which spread all
over the country last year. It touched Bohemia directly and indirectly.
Many miners from Cripple Creek and elsewhere men with some capi
tal too who had planned and all but closed negotiations which' would
necessitate their visit and establishment here, suddenly took a soar upon
fancy's pinions and paid Alaska a visit. The result was damaging not
only to Bohemia but to other local camps as well. This year many of
those who tried their fortunes in Alaska last year will remain at home
and their experience last year will have a sober effect on many others
who have contemplated visiting Alaskan fields.
R. J. Jennings of the famous Helena was a visitor here from their
present head office at Portland this week. In speaking about the pros
pects for a lively camp in Bohemia this year, Mr. Jennings expresses
himself in no uucertaiu language as to the bustling pace that will be
maintained this season. He states that his people were now arranging
to put 50 tons of concentrates and low grade ore on the road from the
Helena this season daily, to commence the operation as soon as the con
dition of roads will permit. Should this be done, and Mr. Jennings
speaks very confidently, it means thousands of dollars to teamsters and
laboring men in this vicinity. The gentleman also speaks of plans now
matured which will result in an electric light plant being placed in oper
ation on their property as soon as machinery and work can be handled
advantageously, which will be used in lighting the Champion and
Helena No. 2, upon which active development work will be commenced
in the course of six weeks or two mouths. Mr. Jennings also states that
the erection of a ro-stamp mill will be commenced on Helena No. 2 as
soon as practicable, which will be dropping its ponderous stamps in the
It is also stated that the Musick will be operated this season al
though the plans ofdevelopmentand operation have not as yet been fully
In looking at a specimen of the new strike from the Vesuvius last
Sunday, Mr. Jennings expressed much gratification and stated that it
was the best specimen he had ever seen come from Bohemia.
On the 26th day of this month the day set aside in every month for
the payment of dividends, the Helena Mining Co., paid its twelfth divi
dend of $5,000. April 1st the Helena will have been in successful oper
ation one year'; and on the 26th day of each month it has paid a dividend
of $5,000, in all $60,000 in dividends. The Musick has always been a
dividend payer and the Champion and Noonday property have produced
well, and still there are some who are skeptical about the future out
come of Bohemia.
A GOOD COUGH MKDIClJSE FQB
"I have 110 hesitancy in recommend
inE Chamberlain's Coilch Remedy,"
says K. P. Moron, a well known and
popular banker, of Petersburg, Va.
''We ivo given it to our children when
troubled with bad coughs, also whooping
cough, and it has always given ported
satiefaetion. It was rcpommended to mo
bv a druggist as tho best cough meill
ci'no for childron ns it contained 110
opium or other harmful drug." Sold by
Hesson Duuo Co., Cottage Grove
Aiu'ieqatk & Lyons, Drain.
Paronts and young people should re
member that it frequently occurs that
"Musto fs father-and mother sweet
heart and famo, and sometimes brand"
Mrs. L. U. Beck.
This product is very rarely found.
Monday. His destination for the
this neighborhood are located some
ledges in the camp, and it is hoped
the first of the week for the ntirnose
Oregon, was in town last week, nnd
is now makiiie his headquarters.
district. He says they have secured
being low grade ore and a smelting
to close up their property for the
making arrangements to put a crew
soon as the atmospheric conditions
the present indications and the show
to continue substantial development
mountain all winter. Thty have
ledge at a greater depth, and have
HE FOOLED THE SURGEON8.
A)l doctors told Rcnick Hamilton, of
West Jefferson, 0., after suffering IB
months from Rectal Fistula, ho would
die unless a costly operation wan par
formed; but ho cured himself with Buck
lenV Arnica Salve, tho best in tho World.
Surest: Pile euro on Earth 26c a box, at
BBNROfi pnuo Co's Drug Store.
wANrcp. Capable, reliable porson In
every' county to represent largo company
of solid financial reputation; $930 salary
por vear, payable weekly ; $3 perday ob.
soIu.tc.4y sure and all expenses; straight,
bontt'-fldo salary, po commission j salary
paid each Saturday and expense money
advanced ea'?h' 'woek. STANDARD
HOUSE, 334 DjJAitBOK.N St., Cjjicao,