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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1901)
C. J. HOWARD - - - EDITOR
Bittered at the HHtortlre t ttrt drove.
Cretan aigoeoml Claw mill mat'xr.
Htiliacrlptlnn price. SI. no, In a.Unnrr,
AiUrrlNliiK mlrii turn' known upon
FriIjay, July 12, 1901.
LETTER FROM BOHEMIA.
A Two-County Cclcbmtiou on the
Fairview Saddle Newsy Gossip
by a Sojourner in Na Aire's
Two business men were conver
sine on a street cornet the other
day wlien a lad about fifteen passed
by and one of them remarked
"That's a bright boy; I am watch
ing him. If he gets through an
other year without contracting any
bad habits so prevalent among six
teen year old boys in town, I know
where be will get the offer of a
Boys you should take this to
heart, and think on't. It is as
true as life and incidents of the
kind are happening daily.
The young blood of this country
may think that the man who de
votes his whole life and energy to
business who bends from early
morning until late into the night over
his ledger, until the eyes scarcely
noticeable under the shaggy brows,
are dimed with thestrain is asleep,
and has no thought of that which
surrouuds him save that which
bears directly upon his daily vo
cation, but if they do think so they
are mistaken. The business man
is alert to note the difference in
boys and girls as well. He never
knows what moment he may be
compelled to select someone to en
ter his employ, in whom he must
place a certain amount of cou
fidence and trust. If the business
man realizes these things is ho not
going to "look for a bargain" in
the selection of this clerk or assis
tant the same as he would ' look
for a bargain" in the purchase of
liis fall stock?'1
Don't you fool, yourselves, boys.
You may think as . long as you
escape the punishment usually
handed out to boys at home for
misdemeanors, and the policeman's
eye, that you are real cute, and O.
K but you are simply running the
gauntlet composed of business men
who stand with the hatchet ot
criticism uplifted ready to strike a
blow for steadiness, sobriety and
integrity in business circles.
Only a short time ago an in
stance of this kind was presented in
this city. A certain man who
operates considerable business dis
covered that he must have more
help in the near future. He said
nothing but kept his eyes open. He
soon discovered a young man who,
while ue lost none 01 the innocent
enjoyments of life, was punctual in
his appointments, kept reasonable
hours and did not dissipate. The
business man also learned that the
boy was quick in figures, and had
his mind on the business in band.
application alter application was
before the man who was soon to
need help, and some of them were
really good. But the boy who se
cured the position was the one who
had no thought of that particular
job, and who was going along at
his ordinary pace, without thought
of doing wrong, whom the busi
ness man knew was doing right not
oecause ne was oeing watcneu or
was bidding for a job, but because
it was his habit to do right.
Think on it boys. Do right.
Keep good company. Have a good
time but not through the channels
of dissipation and vice, which not
only undermines your health but
cuts you out of good positions with
out your personal knowledge.
The city council has ordered that
new walks be built on either side of
Main street to the depot. A good
idea. Some of the property owners
may feel the expense for the time
being, but the improvement will
add just that much to the value of
the property and to its appearance
in the eyes of strangers.
Bohemia, July 3, tool.
En Nugght: Supposing you
have given us up as lost, strayed
or stolen, on account of our failure
to send you the news uom csmp,
we will offer as our excuse, that we
felt loth to occupy such a promi
nent place as the first page of the
Nugget where anything pertaining
to the mines is displayed.
If you would stick our observa
tions and prognostications on the
inside, we would not feel so timid
We concede your richt and grant
the privilege of "cutting" us down
at your pleasure.
Our triD from the Grove this
time was much more pleasant than
anv other, and on arriving at the
hotel at the foot of Hardscrabble,
we concluded to stay all night aud
The hotel is admirably situated
for summer or winter, where the
weary or hungry pilgrim, going to
or coming from the camp can find
rest and refreshment. Ye hostess,
Mrs. Miller, knows just how to do
both and we bespeak for her a hi
crative business and the continued
patronage of any and all that have
had the pleasure of enjoying her
We had the pleasure of meeting
an old time Cripple Creek miner
Mr. J. A. Childers, who lives in
Los Angeles; but has some fine
property here and has Colorado
Springs people to back him.
The Bohemia Gold Mining Co,
has an extremely good property
but a short distance from the hotel
anu is backed up by Hoston .capi
tal. Under the management of Geo.
W. Lloyd it is showing up.ipteu-
idly aud will meet with the ap
proval of the Boston, people when
they arrive about the 20th of this
The Stocks, Brush and Harlow
mine is showing up finely. Tluy
have made a very satisfactory mill
run recently. This property is well
located and will bs a goad propo
sition for a big company.
The Vesuvius property ownea by
the Graber Bros. & Ziniker is also
as well located, and the boys are
worthy ofa good "stake" from it,
for the time aud labor they have so
persistently put on it for the past
four years. It would not surprise
us if, some of these days, it would
not take unto itself its old moun
tain fame for which it was named
and begin to send the "lava," in a
good form, clear down Sharps
Creek, Row River, past Cottage
Grove and make a sensation at Sa
lem. The Mustek mine is idle and the
City of Bohemia almost deserted.
Charlie Gettys, the efficient post
master, chief, cook and general al
round business man of the city is
feeling quite happy and glad to
welcome all old timers and new
comers. Dave Ivy and Jack Morgan are
opening up some good prospects
The Helena stamps are making
the only music for the camp.
J. S. Bruud is still developing his
fine group of claims aud deserves a
fortune for his untiring efforts.
Johnson and his Salem co-workers
are opening up some very fine look
ing ore on their Damon claim.
A. P. Churchill has been at the
"Early Bird" and completed his
annual labor on the Three Montes
Geo. Lloyd was showing some
very rich specimens of ore, that
were not strictly nuggets, but were
literally covered with free gold.
Ranger Veatch and Carpenter
with their families are located in Bo
hemia. They have the trails about
cleared and will soon be making
their daily rounds.
Quite a number left the camp to
celebrate the 4H1 at Cottage Grove
and elsewhere; but those left were
determined to hear the "eagle
scream," and secured the assistance
of Honorable Beers tto "expand"
his eloquence in Lane and Douglas
PROPOSALS I OR IV NDS OP TIII3 CITY CP
COTTAUts UKuVIt, OKUUON.
Sald propowl i11l tort!! lijrtho lie-
wnlvtolltuiCltjroltVttoKvtinit t. lBoCoumy,
OrMon. until Taw ivm.ut aiiru! Irt, hull, (or
thcMle il the whtlorai.j-'"t of flVlVUnt the
UhkIk ot Mlit (II)' nl the iWiiomllullmi of JI.ew
men to ht ilatwt AUKii-t lt, 1WI. imynliU- In 'JO
mn (rum Utc ntt Inuring Inlerwt t Hie rule
ul J lr trtit r milium fable HSMl-aiimullf
an Jan. hi. milt July lt. 01 well yt, riinv4.
jmI amtlntrat pmU In V. 8. 1M Colli t
J4atil"lin)atl ly ptirelmw. '(YrtlHwl filial;
r Knnit TOHiny earhbhl. N'n hliUat
! limn par will 1 conlitrl ami tlieCVuti
ell nt mII city rrwnci th light to rrjvrtmiy
awt til bhk.
). K. YOUKO. rily Hfortlr.
JCOTICK 10 K PUItLICATION.
Land Oilier nt Uweburs, Orrcon,
.In no It, Mil.
Xotieo is hereby given llml the follow
ing named settler lias lilctl: notice of lit
intention to nmke Unit! proof in suptiort
of hiii claim, mill I lint said proof will tx
made Iwforo Miirle L. Ware U. S. Com
missioncr nt Kuiwne, Oregon, on July !,
1001 viz: William II. Walking on his II.
K. No. 10701 for tho SV if Sec. 12 Tp !!4
S.. K. lKiist.
He mime the following wltncssct to
prove hi continuous resilience upon nntl
cultivation of mid Intnl. viz:
,it,iit.tl f. Iirn.ln k'ninb ft llii.nA'
Jump K. Warwick, Itoliert Simpson, of
uotuigo urove. urejrnn.
J. T. ItititxiK, Kepster.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Ofllco tit Hoseburu, Oregon,
June ii, l'jui.
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
seltler lias Med notice of lit
intention1 to nmke limit proof in support
of hi claim, unit that paid proof will Ik
made before Mariu L. Ware IT. 8. Com
missioner nt Kngene, Oregon, on Jnlv
2S, U0l v'u. James K. Warwick on hfn
II. K. No. 10G09 for the W ,U NK M,
S K 1-4 NV 1-4 SK 1-4 See. 14 Tp. LM S
He mime the following witnesses to
prove hi continuous residence upon
ami cultivation of said land, vix:
Frank H. Heme, Hubert Simpson,
William II. Wntkin. Samuel L. Carson'.
of Cottage Grove. Oregon
J. T. IIiiiikik, Kegistcr.
NOTICK FOB PUBLICATION.
Land Oflico nt Itoselmrg, Oregon,
June 11, 1901.
Notice is hereby civen thai, thu fol.
lowing-named eettler has tiled .notice of
hi intention to make final proof in np
port of hi claim, and that paid proof
will Iks made before Marie L. Warn U. S.
Commissioner nt Kngene. Oniron on
July 1001 viz: Frank II. Heme on
IiIm 11 . K. No. 10702 for the K U. SK It.
K 14 SE M Sec. 1-' To. 21 II. I ICa-t.
He names the foliotving itnceito
prove his continiion leaidence nnon anil.
I.; -....!. i ...
i-iiiiiYiuioii oi phki innn, viz:
amnel u. (Jaron,.liime h. arwick,
William II. Wntkin. Uobert Sfmn'son.
of Cottage Grove. Oregon. ,
J.T. llttiDOKs, Hpgifler.
i Lurch's Lurch's I
I SHIRT WAISTS-
g Vie the lamest in the Oity.
g You can now get a good Selection. H
m- i Lurch's Lurch's I
L Now all Toffcllicr !
In theppring time gentlo Annio
There' n muellin the back yatil
And an odor in our city
That hit the Htranger hard.
IV an nrtiiment for yewentge
But there ianollicr plan ;
You can goto thu New Krn Drug Store
Ami you may buy n can of Chloride
It very lino
Take it in time
Don't lope ii dollrir
To avo a dime.
Call enriy and avoid thu rush .
Xclnon, Xcw Urn
HiH-rvxotn lo WIICCI.IJK & SCOTT.
We will continue to carry n full and complete
stock of Hardware, Stoves and Tinware, Mining
Supplier., I'ish Hro'i. Wagons, Oliver Chilled anil
Steel Plows, Ktc.
ANY THING YOU WANT IN
THE HARDWARE LINE : : : :
GIVE US A CALL- - - - . AT Til 15 OLD STAND
XOTl?E VOll PUBLICATION
Land Oflico at Iloseburg, Oregon,
June II, IfW;..
Notiits is hereby given that the follow
ing named pettier has Med nolicu of hi
intention lo make liual iiroof in tiiiniKirt
of hi claim, and thai naid proof will be
made liefore Marie L. Ware U. S. Com
uiicnioner at Eugene, Oregon, on July
ivui viz: etamiici ij. uairnn on in i.
No. 10700 for the K V. NK W. EU
SE 4 Set-. 14 Tp. 21 S.. 11 . 1 Enct.
lie mime thu imiowing witnere to
prove hi continuoii residence unon and
cultivation of paid land, viz:
,la me I-,. Uarfield. I-nink II. Hernc.
William II. Walking. Koliert Simoson.
oi iOllugu urove, uregou.
i. l. iiiiiDOKH, itegiBter.
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NOTICK FOR PU11LICATION.
Land Office at Ilosebnrg, Oregon.
June 4, 1001.
Vntfca Im linn.litf rr!tnn t ! ct fr tin. fnl
lowilKT-nnnicil Hfltli-r liu (lli'il notiire nf
her intention to make final proof in
support of herclniui, and. that said proof
will Ihj made beforo Marie L. Ware
U. 8. Commissioner nt Kngene,
Oregon, on July 23, 1001 viz: MrH.
I'hebe Hone, ridciu' nf .Inlin llntn Di.
ceased on her II. K. No. 8102 for the
SV H Sec. 0 Tp. 21 8., It. 4 Weut.
one natni'H tlie loilowing wltncHSeM to
nrm'i liprcnnliminnu t-.MTl..twn imnn n til
cultivation of enid land, viz:
i Mrs. Ellen Lock wood, L, II. Wood-
ruff Mm V V. l.l.ll-r,,. nf X jxrann
Lane Co., Oregon, C. K. Hueeel, of Kn
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First class nhotos at Bates' nlioto tent
Buy vonr fruit iars nt tho Cash Gro
cery Co. They handle tho bett.
If you want first class photos from
stamps up to cabinets call on O. K.
Get your nrcscrintion filled at Benson
Drug Co. Puro drugs, of superior
When you want a modern, up-to-date
physic, try Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. They are easy to take
and pleasant in effect. Price 25 cents.
Samples free at Benson Drug Go's drug
This is a feat which no other 4th
of July orator has had the honor of,
or been able to do in Oregon in
1901, as it could only be accom
plished on the saddle between Fair
view and Elephant mountains. It
was a complete success and the
Hoodlum" parade proved very
laughable, and interesting indeed.
Trusting this will inform you that
we are still alive, that it will not be
relegated to the waste basket entire
and that we may be able to make
a better report "Anon," we wait
A late Gkadud Gkrman Mktii
OD of .Music is now being taught at
the C. P. Manse by.
Mrs. L. D. Beck.
Kccttais will ne given at proper
intervals, thus giving parents an op
portunity to note progress.
50 cents per lesson, 30 minutes each
NOTICE VOIl PL'IIMCATIO.V.
' United Mute Land Ofllre, lto-ohurp, Ore.
Notice In hereby given timt In complUii(
with the provllo:iM of the act of t'lirJKrcM ,
June 3, Ih'H, entitled "An net for the ntloof
tlinhc-r Undaln thofllntonof California, Oregon
Nevada, and Vahblngtun Territory, b ex
tended to all the Public Land Htate bjr art of
AtiKM,lW- Nathaniel (I. Pennet, of Kclxo,
countjr of Cowllti, State (if WaihlnKlon, haa
thla day filed in thin oltlre hl worn ata tcmcnl
No. 1721, for the iurchao of the 8 i SW i, NK
ii HY U, 8H'!4 HZ U of Hertlon No. II In Town
hip No. SO Boutli, ItaniieNo. 2 Weal, and will
offer proof to how thai thu land nought Is more
valuable for Ita timber or utonit than for agri
cultural pnrpoten, and to etabllli hit claim to
Midland before the Iteglntcr and Itereivernf
thl office at KowbnrK, Oregorkon Monday the
16th day of fftptember, 1M1.
lie name nn wltnuMut:
W.8. Ilalw, J. II. Ilalea, of Cottage Orove,
Ore., Frederlek Illoomfleld, of Kngene, Ore., II.
L. I'elmol. of Kelo. Warn.
inyand all lairxona claiming adversoly the
alxre-lecrlbcd land are rcqnested to file
their clalrn In this office on or Jxiote ald ICtli
day ofBcpt., 1901.
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the food thoroughly. Lot slx'hours elapso
between meals and when you feel n full
ness and weight in tho region of the
stomach after eating, indicating that
you have eaten too much, take ono of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets and tho heartburn may bo avoided.
For salo by Benson Drug Co.
We have soldoutand all accounts
must be settled at once by cash or
note, Office witli runups oi wiute.
Whuklkk. & Scott.
A black fiircollarettc, somewhere
between -Christian Church and
Knowlton's place. Finder please
leave tit this office, '
There nrc eggs mi' I eggi; the egg of
vthterdny looks, feels, mcasurcH mill
weighs like llie egg of last year, but
there's n slight difference in another
respect, and Hint difference is worth
money. It's ju.U so with printing;
the dilTerence between the good woik
and the poor is slight lo the iinp:ailii
ed discernment, hut it's a difference
that counts every time. 1 1 costs money
but it makes more its the difference
that changes the printing bills from tin
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We do good printing it may cost you
a little more than poor work, but it is
worth double or treble the difference.
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