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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (May 3, 1901)
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Tlie Ptoiptto Jt Business Men
of CstUz: Gtivt Advertise in
Bring Yoif Job Work to the
Nugget Job Office.
Devoted to the Mining, Lumbering and Fanning Interests of this Comiiiunity, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake..
Cottage Grove, Oregon, TVic'lay3 May 3, 190 1..
J. E. YOUNG
Oflloo mi Main nltrit, Vet Ml.lo
CoTTAOH GltOVK, Onit.
lterr5 of cfonered' int'er'o.srro MirUncJ Morv. -
J. (I JOHNSON' ami F. 11, HBV
rtttorncus and Couasclurs-at-Law
ii,oUt allnntlmi mIvoii to Mining, ('irointlfin
1 mill ilnrcuiilllo I.hw.
Onice nvr llarlimli A Nuulmiiraaloro,
COTTAOIS GROVE, ORE.
J. S. MEDLEY
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:Onlcotm Main ilrcdt-:--CoTTAGH
I'tumpl allr'HIim i Mil in Uhiliir HutlncM.
COTTACI', GltOVK, OKlt.
L. L. STEVENS
JUorneij-at-Law o o
W.ei'IM alluiillnn given (o HlnliiK DualiiOM
IIKLMU W. IKUMl-Mjfl CII. X. IUMHY,
THOMPSON 2c HARDY
,-lttorieisaid Counsclors-at Law
H'i'll ntlniitlnii riven mtlio l;w'..","''
L. T. HARRIS
.-I tiorntu and (founsclor-at-Law
Hiatal atllltliill Jtlvon in lh"Jw "' MI'iM.
Hint National Bank Building.
Jl'iLL'iUJJ ASM VS.
T70ATM5T P VHITE.
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0 I'owlth ! llo-nenHB:'. MMnm.
M'i Kalhcrinc Sflilref, M. II.
Diseases cf Women ami Cliiiilmi
COriWCiK illOVH, OUK.
D. J. GOVER
Prospector and Mine Locator.
or Information 011 Ilohemia
Mining District write inc.
B.wlttl Attotillun Olvcn t" f.irreaiKitiilonro
MRS. PET SANFORD'S
For Fashionable Dressmakinu.
CoTTAOl! GltOVK, OltK.
J. W. BENT-LY,
The practical Uootand Shoe maker,
located one door west of the Ilohe
Repairing neatly and quickly done
and satisfaction guaranteed. Call.
BARKER & MARTIN
in:.i,i:its ih fink
WINKS, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
Midnitrcot, Unttiiiro "rv"i ro'
W. H. SMITH
J'roprietor of the CU'U ROYAI
on River street, near the bridge,
COTTAGK GltOVK, OKK.
Short orders day and night. Kvery
thing first-class and the best the
ELITE o Shaving o Parlor
COTTAGK GROVH, OltK.
GEO. Iv. GRIFFITH, Trop.
The best place in town for First Quality of
goods. Newest styles, up-to-date, and sold at the
smallest r.rclit for cash or produce. We are here
to stay, and will do the right thing by you.
want your trade.
' caotioaojonue2onaceHanaH3CKonosuoiiosaoHOHOj3nononoaorjoEouoac3cuaiioao oaoHoaononoa
H. C. MADSEN,
Uu;ilrlnK nl rcnmiiintilu chiirKOi.
All uurk uniitiuitroil llrat i'l im.
Wuti'lipa, 1'lncl.a iiml Jewelry t livoit l'rlcca
COT TAG V. CiitOVK. OltK.
"W. H. ROBINSON
l rtrPC, nn(i residence on River street
..pnAVnll Cottno-e Grove. Ore.
IIOLIiENDECK BROS, k IHHSTOW.
Headquarters for MINING MEN.
KVUItV WANT ATfUNlIKI) TO.
- - Okkcon.
H A CARLOAD OP i
pBOOTS & SH0ES
SlA EUIJv LINE 01? TIIlS
S LATEST PATTERNS.
The Prices will please
you, and in point of
Quality and Ueauty
cannot be beaten;
I Ltaiioiiway & l
i limilioir, 1
S MAIN STREET. -j
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.
to ! l B'lfilifi Bl & iV WlSSSSI.
H5i)t?1s aanl Allocs,
D'"j3 j'jsasEaarair floods,
Griffin & Veatch Company.
Gr. O. AVALKEE,
tiAi n mjp. am.
At WALKER, OREGON,
Handles Dky Goods, Guockkiks, milestone, Lime,
Iiest Northern Grown Seeds in
. Oregon product
pa preserver, Avenarius Laruonueum.
Lome once ana win
G. O. WALKER,
Cease your worry; Don't hurry,
Hut drink Microbe killer as you journey,
And physical ills both great and small
Will slowly but surely vanish.
Information and pamphlets free.
A. F. HOWARD, Agent.
Residence with J, K. Barrett. . COTTAGE GROVE, 0RKG,0.
Mitx mul Caps,
J hobs s,
OXltil 1 tlllCL ileaVV
Dunn's solid Tree Spray,
Bulk, a complete line of Patent H
Paint, and the celebrated wood -Ai
maKe you our menus,
It lias been discovered in Pennsylvania that the roads of a whole
township hnvc been macadamized with rock streaked with gold, and the
people are in doubt whether to tear up the macadam or to advertise the
settlement as New Jerusalem. S. F. Call.
The Fall Creek Consolidated Gold Mining and Milling Co. has filed
articles of incorporation with County Clerk Lee. The incorporators arc
Amos D. Hyland, George II. Help, M. T. Crow, W. G. Hyland and C.
McFarland. The principal office and place of business is Lowell, Lane
county, Ore., and the capital stock of the company is $100,000 divided
in 1000 shares of $100 each. The object of the corporation as set forth
in the articles are to engage in a general mining business in Lane county.
Geo. Fisher returned last evening from Blue River where he has
been looking after his mining properties. Mr. Fisher states that the
snow has all disappeared at the Lucky Poy mine and surroundings, but
1 uiai near ine top 01 tne mountain it is very deep and still covers the
buildings in those parts. Mr. Fisher tells us of another rich strike hav
ing been made recently in the Lucky Jioy mine. The quartz ledge
which has been 30 feet wide is now 36 feet and the ore taken out is very
'rich with the sparkling yellow metal. Much activity is already noticed
in the mines and when spring fully opens in the district, there will be
more miners and prospectors there than has ever been before Guard.
' The eminent geologist of Harvard College, Professor N. S. Shaler,
;iu a recent lecture declared that the greatest influx of gold
.that the world has ever seen
, the next thirty years because of geological conditions com
bined with improved mining apparatus and methods. He says: "The
1 new systems of mining which have recently been discovered will have
i produced by the middle of the present century an almost intolerable
supplv of goto." And he adds: "If the price of cold goes down, an
other metal must be looked for as a
this will be silver, because silver is
cause, owing to the difficulty in mining, it will not change its value."
OREGON AT BUFFALO.
; The exhibits front Oregon for the I'an
Ainerican cxbition fill fifteen (might
1 enrd and are now t-pceiling across the
J A fivtion from nni of Orogon'ri big
. trees will 110 doubt attract nitieh attun-
.tiun onrotilo, a it will require thre flat
e I cars for tntnsportntion ntnl linvo on it a
Htreainer bearing tho inseription, "From
n I Orison to Bulndo."
g I The forestry exhibit will include all
u kinds .of droseitit :ind rotish. lumber nud
g In this department the ttnto intends to
a ' keep "open houi-f" to nil 'Blnck Cuts,"
q !!d so interest them that tho great
2 ! forests of tho Xortliwest will bo "cat-a
1 wailinj:" with lutnberinen during tho
1 next few years.
Oregon's agricultural exhibit will con -
jsisi of artislicallv arranged graces,
vt'-'c,bIe ml various products of the
j Oregon has become world-renowned
j for "big red apples and rosy-cheeked
I girls," amino tourist to tho coast has
j thought of argument on the question,
j From the time fruit begins to ripen this
j summer it will be shipped weekly to
1 Bullalo to be distributed to the visitors
I to the horticultural building.
I ThoflrstwoekofJnne.ispjji.il I'.ill-
niau car, with eonu of Oregin's sweetest
girls, will leave for Bi.ffulo, hut it might
be well tostatc th tt they all expect to re
turn home after visiting the exposition.
In the manufactuics and liberal arts
building Oregon will display some
beautiful patterns of woolen blankets.
Though all kinds are tnailo hero, yet
thoe to be especially exhibited will bo
Indian blankets. These blanket tiro
the pride of the red man front the North
west to Arizona. Thev have also becomo
1 a fad for a "cosy corner" in some of tho
finest homes in America. An Indian
! Ill I t 1 I.W,I..M.Ini.AA,l
IliatllCIl Will UUU1I IIUIIU lu Biiun iu;umi
advantago how tho tribes appear on i
In this department other manu
factured gooiU will be displayed and a
special effort will bo niado to exhibit
The school system of Oregon will bo
demonstrated. Every pupil is inter
ested in tho Pan-American exposition,
and on a recent trip of a commissioner
itluovgh thu stat", a visit was paid to
tho public schools, haeli room wts
naked. "How ninny know about tho ex
position'" Every hand went up.
The school children i f Oregon are pro
paring some souvenirs to bo given away
to tho teachers of eastern schools, and
when teachers register at tho Oregon
educational exhibit "hey will carry away
little remembrances from pupils living
away out west where snow-capped
mountains pierco the sky, in a land of
health, wealth and happiness.
Tho last, but not tho least, to be
mentioned is tho minora! exhibit. This
promises to bo a surpriso and a collec
tion of great interest. Oregon is in her
infancy with tho mineral stntes, yot she
is taking rapid strides along the road to
or known will result within
token of international value. I think
not found in alluvial plains: and be-
"I'an-America" lias echoed and re
echoed through the hills and mountains
of Oregon until the bowels of the earth
have leen shaken asunder and great big
nuggets fairly heave and crawl to bo
counted among the many to be sent to
The large stamp mills with their tre
mendous crushers and deafening clatter
feem to have caught the epidemic, and
as the yellow metal rolls out is singing
"Put meofTat Buffalo."
Tho state will havcji-tunncl
will-ni t JSiRulite
rei'on mining tunnel;
Thonsann of dollars wirtliof orw, ;
nuggets and gold bricks will he on ex
hibition. Well informed and competent mining-
1 men will bo on hand to tell of the htd-
n treasures of tho west.
0n tho exposition grounds will bo a
small strmp mill. The interior of thu
building will represent a mine, with
tunnels and tramways. Every day a
gold brick will be made and all tho
equipments of gold mining shown to
" It has not only been the intention of
the Oregon commissioners to show to
the public what they have in their statu
of both natural and cultivated resources,
but they are also endeavoring to present
it artistically and interestingly.
"It is with a good deal of pleasure and
satisfaction that I recommend Chamber
lain's CjHc, 0:iolera and Diarrhoea
Betnedy," says Druggist A. V. Saw
felle, of Hartford, Conn. "A lady cus
tomer, seeing tho remedy exposed for
sale on my show case, said to mo: 'I
really believe that medicine saved my
1 life tho past summer while at the shore,'
ami she became so enthusiastic over its
merits that I at once made up my mind
to recommend it in tho future. Recently
a g-ntletnan came into tny store so over
come withcolie paiua that ho sank at
onco to tho floor. I gave him adoso2of
this remedy which helped him. I re
peated tho dose anil in fifteen minutes
lie left my store smilingly informing mo
tint ho felt as well as ever." Sold by
Bkssox Dnim Co., Cottngo Grove. Lyons
it Ai'I'Leqate, Drain.
The Union Iron works of Sau
Francisco through President Scott
has signed a contract with the Navy
Department for the construction of
the protected cruiser Milwaukee.
She is to have twenty-two knot3
speed, to be finished in three years,
and is to cost $2,825,000.
OLD SOLDIER'S EXPERIENCE.
M. M. Austin, a civil war yeteran, of
Winchester, Ind., writes: "My wife
was eickti long time in spito of good
doctor's treatment, but was wholly cured
by Dr. King's Xew Life Pills, which
worked wonders for her health." Thuy
nlways do. Try them. Only '.'ooat Bex
sos Diiuo CVs.drui; stoic.