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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1901)
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The Prosperous Builneit Men
p Cottage Grove AdvertUc In
BringYour Job 'Work to the.
Nugfcet Job Office.
Devoted to the Mining, Lumbering and Farming Interests of this Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Crnb Stake.
Cottage Grove, Oregon:, HTriday, A.pril 5, 1901.
NO. 3 2
J. E. YOUNG
Omtt n Mulli lit!, Yt Bid
COTTAOlt GKOVK, 0r1C.
J, C, JOHNSON and F. Ii, EBY
Attorneys and Counsehrs-ai-Luw
tUl ttUnllon xlvdi to XIiiIiik. CoriKirllon
mil Slrctllo UK,
. omt orr 0tmli A KwUmi
COTTAGU GROVE, ORE.
J. S. MEDLEY
Attorney -at-Law o o o
OBle on Mln itrrtt :
Cottaok Grovk, Oku.
ftoiayt MUnllon IJ lo Minim llujei.
Cottaoic Grovk, Ok it.
Attomey-at-Law o o
Upll tliillon riven In Mining Uiulncat
CIUI. 1. IIAHUY.
THOMPSON & HARDY
Attorneys and Counselors-at Lair
HxUI itftitlon rlrtn l) lb l ut Mliie,
L. T. HARRIS
Attorney and (!ounsclor-ul-I.aw
Hrtt Nutiunul Hunk Building.
J VX ZW i L K ASS A rs.
iaU tjrnill f"olr rorait attmillun.
PRANX P. WHITE,
OUT.UIt: OltOVK. OIIK.
. ! .i. - i j r i . it .-new.
Has come and yoti want new 1
carpets, carpet sweepers, lace cur-
f tains, window shades, matting, silk-
olines, cretonnes, tapestries, down p
pillows, linoleums, oil cloths and
I everything needed if refurnishing I
f" your house for the spring. A nice I
I and complete line.
Eakin & Bristow. I
We hnndle Siirnnnc Glove Company's
UixhIm. They are confidi'ml the
laitt glow in thi) market.
Good YtllmvOII Slock wllh patented
string fntener 50hik1 76c.
Our Pifiim Proof line nrn a coft, plia
ble jflovi-. it h well ii h durable;
iiiiiiIu with patented Hiring ft
enur HV, 1 nnd $1 i'li.
Unllncil Kit, mtt flnMi, making
very ii icu driving glovu l 'lb.
Siirnnnc Iliit'k, light weight, fine
Block, 111 hiiiul. open hiu'k, Porter
fimtiiniT, welled .wax litu'ii thread
uttl iiml pliuhli", undoubtedly
Unllni'd Chopper MitK, nil grain calf
i-kln WM: iiml f I.
Mned Kjt (ilnvi.'H, line tttook . .
Garman & Newlaod
COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
Cotton SwtlterH, good quality, in
innroon mid Hortei Htripcd
AllWol, light weight, uesorled col
orttl striped (1 '2'i.
Cotlon, good ,iunlily, color ma
Mixed Cotton mid Wool, iiii'itiuin
hi'iivv, uutroon HOC
Sumo as n'liovo, only tlner wool, ne- Vi. i
fortwl Holid colon) t (15.
All-Wool, very line inillty, in
portoil i-olortsl Htripm i 25.
White, iiiwliiiin heavy t- CO.
yDevofod to Bohemia NoFo ZkHd
Items of tfonerci' inteojrro Mirvintf Men
Lawn IIochIh, made of lnrc open
work ; very pretty designs
30 to 03f.
Kmhroidered nnd Tuckeil Mualiii
and Swiff, diirerent denignii
75eto 1 36.
Luiieri' Sun RppnetH, made of chnm
lirHV, full buck erown, etitched
mid lined, imsorted colors. .50c.
Our line of Ixe Einbroideriea. Uib
IhiiiH nnd Drygoods Notions in
Ladien' Summer Skirts, large vari
ety: in price from... ,50c to (3.
kinds ...60o to 0 75.
Ladien' Neck Wear in latest ctvlca. .
15c to GOc.
O lc. wllh Jiuei llemenw.r. Hlnit. i
... GARMAN & NEWLAND
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Diseases of Women aui Children
COTTAGU OHOVK, OKB.
D. J. GOVER
Prospector and Mine Locator.
Vox Information on Bohemia
Mining District write me.
Bixcltl Attention Olven to CorreK)niIeiice
MRS. PET SANFORD'S
For Fas?iionable Dressmaking.
Cottaok Gkovk, Okh.
J. W. BENTLY,
The practical Boot and Shoe maker,
located one door west of the Bohe
Repairing neatly and quickly done
and satisfaction guaranteed. Call.
BARKER & MARTIN
DKAI.KIIH IN KINE
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
. Mln itreot, Cottag. Orov., Ore.
W. H. SMITH
Proprietor of the CAFE ROYAL
on River street, near the bridge,
Cottaok Grovk, Okk.
' Short orders day and night. Every
thing first-class and the best the
ELITE o Shaving o Parlor
Cottaok Grovk, Okk.
..GEO. E. GRIFFITH, Prop.
H. C. MADSEN,
ltoiitrliiK t reiMomtbtc rhitrxc
All work Ktiumnlt'CHl tlrm-clnM.
VU'lic,L'loctiHnil Jcuclryut Uincit l'tlces
COT TAG B (iKOVB, OKB.
Office and residence on River street
near Walt, Cottage Grove, Ore.
1I0LLBKBEGK BROS, k BRISTOW.
1 B"B I I ! M
Headquarters for MINING MEN.
KVKIIV WANT ATTKSDUI) TO,
1 A CARLOAD OF
pBOOTS & SHOESl
Ha full line of the:2
$ r-: V
The Prices will please if
ft you, and in point of i
) Quality and Beauty (
cannot be beaten.
main street. 3
gfa&g-., Sinionds Saws,
Dunn's solid Tree Spray,
Griffin & Veetch Company.
J. W. Cook at one time sole owner of the Musick mine, in Bohemia,
was hi town Monday, he has been looking over this section a little with
H. S. Reed who is interested in several good properties in Josephine
and Jackson counties (both placer and quartz.) Mr Cook is well pleased
with what he has seen in this section. He says the Musick niiue will
start up again this season. Journal.
BARRETT'S MINING LAW.
The bill passed by the recent legislature known as the Barrett law
is now in full force and effect and for the benefit of prospectors and
others it is published in full as follows:
Sectiofi i. Any person, a citizen of the United States, or one who
has declared his intention to become such, who discovers a vein or lode
of mineral bearing rock in place upon the unappropriated public domain
of the United States within this state, may locate a claim upon such vein
or lode discovered, by posting thereon a notice of such discovery and lo
cation, which said notice shall contain: First, the name of the lode or
claim; second, the name or names of the locator or locators; third, the
date of the location; fourth, the number of linear feet claimed along the
vein or lode each way from the poinl of discovery, with the width on
each side of the said lode or vein; fifth, the general course or strike of
the vein or lode as nearly as may be and by defining it from some promi
nent monument, mound or land mark, and by defining the boundaries
upon the surface of each claim so that the same may be readily traced.
Such boundaries shall be marked within thirty days after posting of
notice, by six substantial posts, projecting not less than three ieet above
tne sunace oi me ground, ana not less man lour incnes square or in
diameter, or by substantial mounds of stone, or earth and stone, at least
two feet in height, to wit: One such post or mound of rock at each
corner and at the center of such claims.
Sec. 2. Such locator shall, within 6o days from and after the post
ing of the location notice by him upon the lode or claim, file for record
with the recorder of conveyances, if there be one who shall be the cus
todian of mining records and miners' liens, otherwise with the clerk of
the county, wherein the claim is situated, a copy of the notice so posted
by him upon the lode or claim, having attached thereto an affidavit show
ing that the work required to be done by Section 3 of this act has been
I done and performed, and shall pay to the recorder or clerk a fee of 1
for such record thereof, which sum the recorder or clerk shall immedi
ately pay over to the treasurer of such county and shall take his receipt
therefor, as in the case of other county funds coming into possession of
such officer. Such recorder or clerk shall immediately record such loca
tion notice and affidavit aunqxed thereto. No location notice shall be
entitled to record or recorded until the work required by Seetion 3 of
this act has been done and the affidavit in proof thereof is attached to the
tint ice. tn he remrdpil. -
ing of the notice of discovery upon his claim as aforesaid, and before re-
) cording the notice of location, as required by Section 2 of this act, the
I locator must sink a shaft upon the claim located to a depth of at least 10
Ieet Irom the lowest part ot the rim ot such sliaft at the surface, or
deeper if necessary, to show by such work a lode or vein of mineral de
posits in place. A cut or crosscut or tunnel which cuts the lode at a
depth cf 10 feet or an open cut at least six feet deep, four feet wide and
10 feet in length, along the lode in any manner discovered, is equivalent
to such discovery shaft. Such work shall not be deemed a part of the
assessment work required by the Revised Statutes of the United States.
The locator or some one for him who did work upon and has knowledge
of the facts relating to the sinking of the discovery shaft, shall make and
attach lo the copy of the notice of location to be recorded an affidavit
showing the compliance by the locator with the provisions of this sec
tion, which affidavit" shall be recorded with such copy of the location
Sec. 4. Inasmuch as the .present law prescribed an unreasonably
short time for the marking of the boundaries of mining claims and im
poses hardships upon persons discovering mining claims, an exists and
this act shall take effect and be in force irom and after its approval by
Gk O. WALIvER,
At WALKER, OREGON,
Handles Dry Goods. Grockriks. Bluestone, Lime, the
Best Northern Grown Seeds in Bulk, a complete Hue of Patent
Medicines. Oregon product Paint, and the celebrated wood
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tafl U. U. WALlibK, WALKKR, UKKUUN. BTI
JOB COULDN'T HAVE STOOD IT.
If he'd had Itching Piles. They're
terribly annoying; butBueklen's Ainica
Salvo will cure the worst ease of piles on
earth. It has cured thousands. For
Injuries, Pains or Bodily Eruptions it's
the best salve in the world. Prico -5c a
box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Ben
son Ditua Co.
Shakespeare says: "Our doubts are traitors: they often cause us to
lose much that we might gain."
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 J, K. Unrrctt. COTTAGE GROVE, OKKGQ.W
Over 3000 new settlers, 1800 of
whom are Dunkards, passed
through St Paul enroute to new
homes in the northwest. The
present number of settlers is safd to
exceed the previous highest record,
and will exceed that of last year
when the state of Washington alone
received 40,000 settlers, nearly as
many going to the other of the
CAUGHT A DREADFUL COLD.
Marion Kooko, manager for T. M.
Thompson, n largo importer of fine
milliner at 1058 Milwuukeo Avonuo,
Chicago, says: " During the late severe
wtatlier I caught a dreadful cold which
kept me awake at night and made me
unlit to attend my work during the day.
One of my milliners was taking Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy for i severe
cold at that time, which teemed to ro
llovo her so quickly that I bought somo
for myself, It acted like magic nnd I
began to improve at onco. 1 am now
entirely well and feel very pleased to
acknowledge its merits." Tor sale by
Bk.nson Dnuo Co.. Cottage Grove, Ly
ons & Aitleoatu, Drain.
wANrun. Capubto, roliablo person In
everv county to 1 (.'present largocompany
of so'lid financial reputation ; $930 salary
ner vear. navable weeklv:3 nerdav ab
solutely sure nnd nil expenses; straight,
boua-tido salary, no commission; salary
paid each Saturday and exponso money
advanced each week. STANDARD
HOUSE, 3IU Dkaiuiorn St., Chicago.
'TIS EASY TO FEEL GOOD.
Countless thousands have found 11
blessing to the body in Dr. King's New
Life Pills, which positively cure Con
stipation, Sick Headache, Dizziness,
Jaundice, Malaria, Fever nnd Ague anil
all Liver and Stomach troubles. Purely
vegetable; never gripe or weaken. Only
'-'uc at Benson Dnuo Co's drug store.
The exports from the United
States to her foreign territories
amounts to $50,000,000 per annum.
The exports to the Philippines for
1900 doubled those for 1899 and
were ten times more than in any
previous year. And the bulk of
this vast trade, which will increase
annually, conies to the Pacific
A TESTIMONIAL FROM OLD ENG
LAND. "I consider Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy the best in the world for liron
cliitis," says Mr. William Savorr, of
Warrington, Englnnd. "It has saved
my wife's life, sho having been a
martyr to bronchitis for over six yearc,
being most of tlio timo confined to her
bed. Sho is now quite well." Sold by
Benson Dnuo Co., Cottage Grove. Ly
ons & Ari'iiEQATK, Drain,
TAN BARK WANTED.
200 cords of Hemlock bark wanted,
at Haine's Tannery, Eugene, Ore
gon. We will pay $7.00 per cord
on board cars at Cottage Grove or
Walker, station. For information
write or call on W. W. Haines &
Co , Eugene, Oregon.