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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1901)
ThePrtipiroai Busineu Mtn
of CjUajfi GrJVi Advertise in
BrtoR You Job Wo.V lo'iit
Nugget Job Office.
Devoted to the Mining, Lumbering and Farming Internals of this Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stoke.
Cottage G-r-ove, Oregon, .'Friday, May lO, 1901
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J. E. YOUNG
Offla in Main tr(t, Wi 8lil
CoTTAOK GUOVK, OKU.
J; 0. JOHNSON and P. 0, BUY
H ttorneys and Gounselors-at-Law
ImiUI llonllon lvn In lliitiiKiCoriuratluli
tin iUri'intllo Ijvw.
. omnonrOirinm Jk NowUwrtore.
COTTAGE GttOVM, ORE.
J. S. MEDLEY
Attontcy-at-Zaw o o o
i-OAlroun Mln ittcet .
Cottaois Gkovic, Oku.
frompt llnllon M In Mlnlnif IIiiiIiicm.
CoTTAOK GkOVU, Oltlt.
L. L. STEVENS
Attoniay-at-Law o o o
gjell tttiiillnn glren to MluliiK lluriiivu
UILMC W.TIIOMMOW CIUH. X. IIAIIIIT.
THOMPSON & HARDY
1 tnrirmxnitil douiiselors-at Law
Hix"tjl ttlcnllnn tlvcii In Hie liiw 'it Mine.
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Attomtu ami CUmmdov-nt-Law
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' 0.1erlih Jrao UeiooiiMBj-, Mulriit. I
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m. . Mrs. Katkrlne Sclilccf, l. D.
Diseases cf Women anil Children
COT PACK 9KOVH, OltH,
D. T. GOVER
! Prospector and Mine Locator.
For Information on Bohemia
Mining District write me.
etxeUl Attention Mven In Correipnnd.nra
MRS. PET SANFORD'S
For Fashionable Dressmaking.
CoTTAOK GUOVK, OKM.
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
DEAtVltS VJ I'ISE
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
Mulmtrott, OiIbbo rnv, Oro.
W. H. SMITH
Proprietor of the AXHAMBRA
CHOP HOUSE, near depot.
CoTTAGM GROVK, OlU.
Short orders day atd night. Every
thing first-class and the best the
' , market affords. '
ELITE o Shaving o Parlor
COTTAGK GROVlt, OUR.
GEO. E. GRIEFIH, Prop.
German & Hemenway I
The best place in town for First Quality of g
Is Goods. Newest
g smallest profit
H. C. MADSEN,
I!(iHilrle nt reimnnalilo chntye.
All wort KKomnlcC'l ttrtt-cUM.
Walrhox, Cloo!: und Jewelry at Xiwctt I'rlces
corrAoic gkovk, ojik.
w. h. robinsonT
Office and residence on River btrcct
near Wall, Cottage Grove, Ore.
IIOLLENBECK BROS, k BRISTOW.
Headquarters for MINING MEN.
EVKItV WANT ATTKNIIJCO TO.
- - Okugon.
g A CA.RLOAD OF
Iboots & SHOES!
FULL LINE OF THE
LATEST PATTERNS. 3
" Pflcpc will nlpnse
1 you, and in point of
U) Quality and Beauty
cannot be beaten. i
1 IMliofer. 1
MAIN STREET. 3
Has come and you want new
carpets, carpet sweepers, lace cur
tains, window shades, matting, silk
olincs, cretonnes, tapestries, down
pillows, linoleums, oil cloths and
everything needed if refurnishing
your house for the spring. A nice
and complete line.
Eakin & Bristow, . f
to GiM'fitiaiA & NvWlilBBrf.
for cash or produce. We are here
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Dry GcmmBk, Grocerist
jSofs VLiul laoes, Mats nd Cjqijs,
FeiraiishiBi Goods, Notions,
Griffin & Veatch Company.
a. O. WALKER
Best Northern Grown Seeds in
Medicines. Oregon product
n preserver. Avenarius Uarboltneum. bs
Cease your worry; Don't liurryj
,But drink Microbe killer as yoii journey, x
And physical Ills both great aud small
Will slowly but surely vanish, ' ' 1
v Information and, pamphlets freeV, ' v
k, F. HOWARD, Agent.
Itoldence with J,. K; Barrott. ?' COTTAGE GI.OVE, OltUaO.V,
and sold at the g
Shelf and Heavy
Dunn's solid Tree Spray,
Bulk, a complete line of Patent
Paint, aiul the ceieurateu wooa re
ltem5 of 4cicrX
Private letters from Spokane confirm the report that the Cougaf
mine at Granite has just been sold to an eastern syndicate lor $2 ,000,000
the transfer to be made at once. This is indeed good news for Granite
as things will hum here from now on. Granite Gem.
' Prof. F. S. Day and mother of Eugene left Monday for Bohemia.
Mr. Day has lately associated with himself a partner and has s;onc to
Bohemia to work on the Belcher property. He expects to open up the
property during the next few months with a view of organizing a stock
company consisting of St. Louis parties.
Jas. Hemenway last week consummated a deal with F. T. Hard,
disposing of his interest consisting
Gom Mining Company. The property is located ou Steamboat In the
Bohemia district, and was purchased by Mr. Hard for a Boston com
pany. Considerable work has been done on the property and we under
stand that extensive 'development
Mining men in all parts of lfe state are taking considerable inter
est in the International Mining Congress to meet at Boise, Idaho, July
2325- The mayor of each city and town is entitled to name five dele
gates at large and one additional delegate for each 10,000 population of
fraction thereof. The county commissioners are allowed to name five
delegates at large and each chamber ol commerce five delegates. We
understand that the Bohemia district will be represented at the mining
congress, and a good display of specimens should by all means be col
lected together and shipped to Boise where they may be displayed dur
ing the meeting, as representatives from all parts of the world will be
present and it will be a golden opportunity for the miners to display
their methods of work and specimens.
The Bonanza mine, which is located ebout 20 miles from Baker
1 City, now holds the record of the largest clean-up in one month of any
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nunc in vjicguu. xuc x(jiii i;icuu-u iuiiuuiucu id pu,uuu m &uiu uuu,
and concentrates worth $18,000, making a total output for April of $83,
000. The Bonanza mine was recently sold by the Geiser brothers to
the Standard Oil people for $750,000. The last payment was made last
week from the gold taken from the mine in April. The owners say
that they are satisfied with their purchase to the extent that a million
1 dollars added to the purchase price will not buy it today. Preparations
' are in progress to more than double the working capacity of the mine,
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ami wueu uus is uone, u is saiu iuui 11 win piace uitr jjunuiiiii urouiig
the greatest producing mines in the United states. What is said to be a
conservative estimate of the mine places its value at $3,000,000.
J'- (FOUfDI5RSQF50REG"ONi v:00.!bjOMBErR'-CO.
The unveiling of the monument
at Champoeg last Thursday com
memorates a historical event ol
deep significance to the citizens of
J Oregon. It was in reality, theob
jserance of the 58th anniversary of
' llif hirtli nf tlir nrirrhinl Orppnii. A;
on May 2, 1843, the first govern
I ment in Oregon was organized.
The organization ot this govern
ment was effected at Champoeg,
and the site ,of the building in
which the meeting was held has
been marked by the monument
that was unveiled Thursday to the
memory oPthe 52 men, who voted
in favor of organization, and in
commemoration of that eventful
meeting. Thus this historic ground
wilt' be preserved to posterity
marked by a shaft of granite record
ing the birth of original Oregon as
a self-governing parcel, of the
Champoeg is situated on the
Willamette river several miles be
low Salem, and it was at this place
on the second day .of May, 1843,
that 102 settlers met for the al
leged purpose of devising ways and
means of exterminating the fero
cious animals that menanced their
flocks, but for the real purpose of
deciding upon the momentous
question of the ownership of the
territory and the sovereignty of the
! United States. Of the 102 men
present 52 voted for American
sovereignty and of these 52 men
but one, Hon. G. X. Matthiew, is
alive today. Mr. Matthieu . had
the honor of unveiling the monu
ment ou the spot where he helped
to make history 57 years ago.
Gov. T. T Geer, Hon. H. W.
Scott and others delivered ad
dresses, and Rev. P. S. Knight a
pioneer of 1853 gave the innova
tion. OLD SOLDIKlt'S EXPEKIENQE.
M. M. Austin a civil war voternn, of
Wincligiitcr, Itid,, writes; ".My wlio
was Kick it long timo itr spit'o of goOtl
doctor's. tretiUiiflrit'jlitit was wholly curdd1
bv Dr. King's Kow-Llfe Pills, which
workod, wondurs'for her health." Thby
tilwnys do, Try them. Only 26c nt Ubn
bok pva UoV, drug store,
inroiojr to Mintntf Morl
of 100,000 shares in the Riverside
work is to be done on it during the
George H. Kelly, of the Booth
Kelly Lumber Company, one of
the largest lumber manufacturing
concerns in the United States, oper
ating some 20 mills and owning
perhaps the choicest timber lands
in Oregon, says the Portland Tele
gram, is in the city for the purpose
of purchasing soiiiq engines and
making other preparations to in
crease the output of their mills.
Mr. Kelly purchased two donkey
engines and is negotiating for an
other. He reports that it is the
purpose of his company shortly to
work night shifts at its mills at Co
burg and Wendling, Both of these
mills are now operated on i'ttme,
or 1 2 -hour shifts. By reason of
the increasing demand for Oregon
lumber it has been decided by the
company to operate the two mills
mentioned, "day and night. This
will mean an increase in the work
ing force of 250 men, 200 at Wend
ling mill and 50 at the Coburg mill.
There being somedifficulty in pro
curing experienced mill hands, it
may be several weeks before the
operation of these mills with full
night shifts can be beg'un.
The larger part of the output of
the Booth-Kelly Lumber Company
goes to Utah, Colorado, Wyoming
and Mexico. Considerable trade
with Mexico has been established
during the past year. This com
pany also furnishes all the lumber
used by the Southern Pacific Com
pany in road and bridge construc
tion, car building and repairs,
which is considerable of an item in
The Booth-Kelly Lumber Com
pany owns 100,000 acres of the best
timber land in Oregon that has not
yet been touched, and consequently
is prepared to remain', in business
for years to come.
Parties desiring lady to go to the
house and sew by the day, should
consult Mrs. O. Fredericksen. Price
$t.oo per, day. Telephone No. 113,
Mk. 0. Fredjjricjjskn,