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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (June 7, 1901)
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The Projptroui Businessmen
of Cottage Grave Adver the in
Devoted t the Milling, Lumbering and Farming Interests of tin's Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake.
Cottage Grove, Oregon, Friday, fJurie 7, 1901.
J. E. YOUNG
Mlorncy-al-Law . '
Offlt on Mulii iitreol, Weil Hlito-r- '
COTTAOK GKOVU, OuK.
J. a JOHNSON and F. G. KIIV
Httorneys and Couinthm-at-Law
mUI ttunllun alt n l Htftlna, Corporation
ml Jlortmilllo lw.
. omor Otiuun A Newlimt'MinraV ,
COTTAOU GROVE. ORE.
J. S. MEDLEY y
Attomey-at-Law o o o
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CoTTAOK Gkovk, Ok.
Prompt utonllim to Mlnlmr IImIiicm.
Cottaok Gkovk, Oku.
L. L. STEVENS
gfMltl tiunllon liven to MdiliiR lluilnem
MILMOfl W.TMOKrioK CIUK, 1. lUMir.
THOMPSON & HARDY
attorneys and Counselors-at Lair
Hll UnHon tlw'VVvtjiehrolMliiet.
L. T. HARRIS
flttomeg and (Umnsdar-at-Luw
MfmUl nmimi jhJLLILt M'""'
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KU(I KM., OKKT T: '
RSLIABLti ASSA i"S.
Htmplti br wll w-eliro prompt attention.
FRANK P. WHITE,
CtllTAOi: flltOVK. OIIK.
O.lrawllh Jint llror. Mulnit.
Mrs. Kalkrliie Sclilcef, M. D.
Disuses cf Women and Children
COT r AUK GKOVK, OKK.
D. J. GOVER
Prospector and Mine Locator.
For Information on Bohemia
Mining District write me.
tyieUI AlUullon (liven to :orreiiin1enco
MRS. PET SANFORD'S
For Fashionable Dressmaking.
Cottaok Guovk, Ork.
J. W BENTLY,
The practical Boot and Shoe maker,
located one door west of the Bohe
Repairing neatly and quickly done
and latiifaction guaranteed. Call.
BARKER & PERMIN
, I'ttOl'HIETOHH OF
DKAI-EIIS IN FINK
WINUS, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
MMnitreet, Uotte lr..v. .
W. H. SMITH
Proprietor of the ALHAMBRA
CHOP HOUSU, near depot.
Cottaok Grovk, Okk.
Short orders day and night. Evcry
thing first-class and the best the
ELITE o Shaving 6 Parlor
Cottaok Grovk,' Ouk.
ORO. E. GRIFFITH, Prop,
We arc, offering all of our I.ndics and mens Shoes, in fine, medium
and heavy grades at actual cost. . : : Some of them in good
wearers at 50c; 75c and $1 per pair. Vc will sell.you the cheapest
shoes you ever bought. Only ihrce items reserved.
Eakin & Bristow
Items of general' inrcerrp Mining Morvj,
, Solidity is one of the alloc points on
which we are cranks. Our line is
I without any doubt the best medium
1 priced shoe in the market today.
"cw shoe, no!
w we soul
I tlilhbnlhT fife' a
1 1.25 and $1-50 in Indies and $1.50,
M11 incus because the trade wanted
Jthcin, but from now on we arc go
ting to confine our line to Hamilton
1 Brown own make.
Our mens, womensand childrcns
shoes arc nil named so you know
just what you buy. They are
all made from the very best stock
sole leather best sewing, first
class in every respect.
For the. Ladies
Hamilton $ 1 75
waicn us 2 00
Picnic : 2 so
Thc Tacoma. Washington, Smelting Co. is preparing to build A
copper converting plant and lead refinery which will cost $250,000.
Butte, Montana, consumes 259,000 pounds dynamite monthly,
mostly sixty per cent. A considerable proportion of the explosives used
in Montana is of California manufacture.
Up to March 1st of the current year the Camp Bird mine, in Colo
rado, has produced about $3,250,000. The cyanide plant, now and for
two months in operation, is saviag $30,000 per month out of tailings
and what was formerly regarded as waste rock.
Cripple Creek Gold says the output in Stratton's Independence
mine for the month of April has just been figured up, and it is ascer
tained that 5400 tons were shipped, of which the gross value is $214.-
000. This is an average of about $40 in gold to the ton. The output
in April was a good advance of the production during March.
In cyanide practice the sulphur solution is usually run off with the
spent tailings. There is an unavoidable loss of solution, and at present
there is no cheap means of recovering the cyanide from the solution.
The potassium cyanide might be precipitated by means of zinc sulphate;
but that is believed to be too exptrnie a proceis to warrant recommen
dation. The United States government is after the timber-cutter in Mon
tana. It has commenced suit against the Marcus Daly estate, the Ana
conda Copper Mining Co., and the Bitter Root Co., for $370,511, for
timber cut on government land since 1804. Instead of slumpatte value.
the amount of damages is based upen the value of the timber after it is
In heavy shoes for ladies
Never Rip $ 1 75
Highland Calf ; 2 00
Anvel 1 50
For the Men
3 00 Star Congress
tic veil" iu 1 11 ion .T. .' i.i?.? if ' "2 oo
Good as Gold 2 ;o
Highland Calf , 3 00
Own Make 4 00
These come in different makes
like vesting tops, plain toes and
caps, lace and congress.
ORUGON- AT BUFFALO.
Our Uxhibits the First to be Completed.
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Iace Hoots 5 00 '
Patrole 3 00 '
Julia Marlowe , 3 50
racker 3.50, 3.75, 4.00.
Gasman it Rememway
H. C. MADSEN,
napMrlng tit rcnunnnkle rhnritcii.
All work Ktmrnntco'l llrit-cltiM.
VtttclieH, Clue t nnil Jouolryut Uiwoit I'rlcca
COTTAOK GItOVK, OUK.
W. H .ROB I N soFT
Office and residence on River street
near Wall, Cotta'gc Grove, Ore.
I'OR YOUR CONSIDItRATION,
Suits cleaned and pressed from
$2.25 and up according to texture.
Prices in proportion per single gar
ment. Eugene Steam Cleaning
and Dyeing Works,' Geo. U.
Slielf and Heavy
Dunn's solid Tree Spray,
Griffin & Veatch Company.
Wc will sell you clothing, Men and Boy's, neat up-to-date suits cheaper than you have ever
bought them in town. Come and see our goods and get our prices beforeyou buy a full line of
Summer Goods, and Ladies Shirt Waists 011 the same line cheaper than ever.
HEM EN WAY & BUBKHOLDEB.
IIOLLENDEGK BROS. & BRISTOW.
Headquarters for MINING MEN.
KV15KY WANT ATTJi.NDKD TO.
UUGUNH, r," - - - . 'ORMGONf
Having permanently located in
Cottage Grove, I will t,ake a few
pupils. Harmony and Thorough
Bass a Specialty. Uither German
or American method.
Call at residence, North River
Mrs. w. h. Aijkaws.
6B6 per m. at
Today, says the Buffalo Times ot
May 18, Oregon's exhibit at the
Pan American Exposition is seen
in a completed state, and the Pacific
coast state receives the. distinction
; of being the first state that can say
as much. Credit is due the capable
supenuteudent, Mr: Henry F.
Dosch, of Portland, and his nine
Mr. Dosch has a commendable
habit of being punctual. Had
some of the other state superin
tendents been as conscientious as
he, there would not now be the
rush among the states to get ready
by dedi ration day. Mr. Dosch
represented Oregon at Chicago,
was superintendent of his state's
exhibit at Omaha, and has already
been appointed in charge of the
exhibit that is to be made at
Charlestown. These honors are
sufficient to indicate that the valu
able wortu ot uis wide experience,
keen judgment, trained kuowledge
and expert thoroughness are under
stood and appreciated.
A times representative, in pass
ing through the Agricultural build
ing last evening came upon Mr.
Dosch. The superintendent is al
ways to bo found in happy frame of
mind, but he appeared delighted as
a boy with a new red wagon, as he
championed Oregon's enterprise.
Modest man that he is, he would
have all the credit rebound to the
state and A. J. Johnson, the for
estry expert, whereas in truth the
genial superintendent himself de
serves the laurels. Much of the
state's is his personal property, and
his acceptance of the position of
superintendent entailed a consid-
uble expenditure of money, for
which he will not be remunerated.
"It took only two weeks to get
the Oregon exhibits in place, and
we are to be seen in the agriculture,
mines, forestry, horticulture and
liberal art buildings," said Mr.
Dosch. "Think of it, we came
3000 miles and are nevertheless the
first state to present a complete
"Our mines exhibit is worth
$66,000, and there is one piece of
quartz weighing 600 pounds that is
very valuable. Professor Lane,
United States Agrostologist, says
our grains, grass and forest plants
exhibit are the finest in the United
The Oregou exhibits at Chicago
and Omaha were also the first in
Lplace, and Mr. Dosch has a letter
conveyiug the thanks of the execu
tive committee for the energy He
displayed in the work. Mr. Dosch.
is an authority on horticulture, and
has written at length on the sub
ject. He has a diploma from hts-
state'forhis distinguished service,,
he having personally supplied the
material for the horticulture ex
hibit on several occasions. He owns-
the horticulture exhibit at the
American Exposition, also.
Mr. Dosch was asked why it was
that Oregon appropriated only $20,-
000 for the Buffalo fair with an ex
position of her own scheduled lor
1905, whereas $60,000 was appro
priated for the Chicago fair. The
superintendent made evasive re
ply, but it was evident from his
manner that the Oregon Legislature
was afflicted with "mossbackism.'
The Oregon exhibit is much more
attractive than that of cither Cali
fornia or Washington, although,
each of these put a great deal more
money into the fair. Oregon sent
more than enough of everything:
needed to arrange its exhibit; and
several states "borrowed" the left
over grain to fill out their show.
The Oregon exhibit is one of the
most beautiful at the Pan-Ameri-.
can exposition and is an education
A GOOD COUGH MEDICINE!
It speak 8 well, for Chamberlain's
Couch Remedy when druggists use it in
their own families in preference to any
other. ''I have sold Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for tho past Ave years
with complete satisfaction to niyBolf and
customers," says Druggist J. Goldsmith,
Von Etten, N. V. "I havo always used
it in my own family both for ordinary
couirhn and colds and for the cough fol
lowing la grippe, and find it very effica
cious. For sale by Lyons fc Appleoate,
Drain. Bexsox Ditua Co., Cottage
A local camp of thoSpaniflh-Amorican
War Veteran Association is being or
ganized in Eugene. Ten names hvo
been secured so far and an application
for a charter was sent to tho the nation
al headquarters at Oil City, Pa. Thero
are many more veterans of tho recent
war hero who will no doubt join tho
association when it is organized, Eu
A SPRAINED ANKLE QUICKLY
"At 0110 time I suffered from a sovero
sprain of tho ankle," says Geo. E. Cary,
editor of tho Guide, Washington. Va.
"After using several well recommended
medicines without success, I tried
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and am
pleased to say tlmt relief came as soon
as I began its utoand'a complete euro
speedily followed." Sold by Lyons &
Appleqatr, Drain. Bjjjisojf Pnyq Co.,