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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 2, 1901)
The Projp:rous Business Men
of Cottage Grove Advertise in
Bring Your Job Work to the
Nugget Job Office.
Devoted to the Mining Lumbering and Farming Interests of this Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake.
Ool:fcage Grove, Oregon, "Friday, A.ugusl; 2, 1901.
I.ODE MAY BE FOLLOWED.
WEEKLY CROP EULLELINV
J. E. YOUNG
(WW tin Main atii-et. Wwl Hldo
Cottaok Gkovk, Okk.
J. a JOHNSON ami P. G. HBY
?ltoricjs and Oaunsclors-at'Law
Hiclitl attention kIvcii to Mlti!mt,'orportlini
ninl MnrrmitllD Ij'w.
(Mice ou'rUimnan ft Newland'sntoro,
' COTTAGU GKOVK, OUB.
J. S. MEDLEY
Attovney-at-Law o o o
- : -Oinraun Mntn stroeti
Cottaok Guovie, Okk.
, JEROME KNOX
Prompt attention ('Bill Mlil',K Hlno.
Cottaok Gkovk, Okk.
t in: x, iuhuy.
Wo nro rifTerltiir all our Lailtos' nml Men' SIiooh, In flno, medium
mil Ikuivv iriulun nt nctvnl I'OHt. Hotnu of the' jioixl wearers itt&Ouy
itnil'f l,por, pair, , Wo will noil yon tlio chcapcHtishuo yoii ever'
bought. Only thrco items reserved.
' ' . ' '
Eakin & Bristow
THOMPSON & HARDY
."Ittorticys and Counsclors-at- Law
H',r!siisiiii'!li.'f1"L-" 'Ji-jjn "c''
L. T. HARRIS
dtlornry and C'oanselor-at-Law
Htcll atmiitliKi Hlvmijo tho Uw of illtiea.
Mmt National Hank Hiilltllng.
KUilKNK, OUJC. j
Hamplpii by mult receive iriiiuit attention.
FRANK P. WHITE,
COTTAliK oitovi?. oiti:.
.,.. JI& .Katlicrlne .Schick ,M, J).,. ,,(
Diseases of Women and Children
COTTAOK UUOVK, OKK.
W. H. ROBINSON
-- ruACTIl'IKII I'HVMHAN-
Ofllcc nnd residence mi lllvor street, near Willi.
COTTAfll! (HIOVK, - - - OIIWIO.V.
MRS. PET SANFORD'S
Fur Fashionable Dressmaking-
Cottaok Gkovk, Okk.
J. W. BENTLY,
Tho pini-tlrnl Ilnnt im) Klxw Maker, localcil
into iliNir wil of tho Imperial Hotel. Repair,
lug nt'Atljr ilinio.
BARKER & PERMAN
DHAI.KUS IM 1'I.SK
WINKS, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
.Malnstroot, Outing" lro, Oru.
W. H. SMITH
AI.KAM1IKA CHOI' IIOUHK
Near Iho depot Cottgo drove, Ore.
' Bliort onlerit 0y '' ! Kvcrythlng
rat cIiwh ml llio lot the iimrket ulHml.
H. C. MADSEN,
ItopnlrlliK nt rouaoimblo chargon.
All work Kimranleoil llrait-flaHB.
Wutehoa.CIoeUiiinaJowolryiit Lowest Prices
COTTAOK GUOVH, OUB.
When you Want
Hay tor sale at the Kelley place
on Uohemia road by W. P Van
Gar man & Hemenway.
Our WhU uru ot tin; Hcttutito sort ot which it U Hiiiil ONK 8ALK MAKKS OTHKUS
Homo wlio lmy uny kind of Ktxn'i" nt any price, bvcanee tliuv can buy on credit. .1,
we jtsuy xHor Wdsn ana aen ror casn
So yon get your MmieyV worth, henco the incrpneo In our cuntomors. The clenn-up, on Otir otMs
nnd cikIh Ih very Hattxfiu'tory to iih. It will give na n Trenh, Ni-w Stm'k for Tall. There are n fun more
articles anil if yun are after bargains you can get them, you nave from ISO to 60 per cent on these goods.
$ WE ARE LEADERS IN MERCHANDISING.
Wo will sell you clothing, Men nnd Roy's, neat up-to-dnto suits cheaper than you have over lwught
them in town. Come and seo our goods nnd gut our prices before you buy u full Hue of Summer Goods.
Ladies' Shirt Waists on tho same lino, cheaper than over.
HEMENWAY & BUBKHOLDEB.
Carry the most complete line of Hardware, Stoves and
Tinware in south Lane county. Also a fine line of Guns,
Ammunition and Pishing Tackle. We are Headquarters
for Mining Supplies, Hurcules Powder, Fuse and Caps.
Also agents for the celebrated Studebaker Wagons, Canton
Clipper Plows and Harrows. In fact anything you may
want in the Hardware line.
Call and See Us and We will Treat You Right.
V-" On the Piano.
A lata Graded Gorman Mothod of Munlo
Is now uolng tmight at the C. I'. Manso by
Mrs. L.D. Beck.
BecllalB will bo given at proper Intorvnla
thns giving parents an opportunity to note
50 cents per lesson, 30 minutes each Tako the Bohemia Xuzue,
While fishing on Row river near
WildwQod, Friday, July 12, I lost
my silver case, open face watch,
valued as a keepsake. Finder please
return to electric light plant and re
ceive suitable reward.
T. C. Adrams.
Judge Talbott at Reno, Nevada,
The past week has been rainless
recently rendered a decision of and seasonable in the matter of
much interest to mining men warmth and sunshine. All crops
whose lodes may dip into adjoining , have made rapid advancement, but
patented lands: rain is now needed to revive
Reno, Nev., July 24. The min-1 pastures and for late crops, such as
ingcaseof Wedekind vs Bell was corn, gardens and potatoes,
decided by Judge Talbott today in I Hay baling is in active progress
favor of the plaintiff. This suit , and a good crop of hay has been
was brought to test the rights of, secured. The second crop of al
the locator of a lode to follow its J falfa is growing nicely and will
dip under land covered by a United soon be ready to cut, Pastures are
States agricultural patent, and is of failing and range stock is beginning
great interest to mine owners all to lose flesh. Grain is ripening
over the Pacific coast. Judge Tal-! rapidly and its harvest is well un
bott held that when the top or apex . der way. The wheat crop promises
of a lode is within the exterior lines good yields in all sections and the
of a valid mining location the lo- quality is above the average. In
cator has a right to follow its dip Umatilla county the damage by the
into adjoining patented land, min-, late frost is not as great as pre
eral or agricultural. viously reported, and it is now ex-
This decision gives the Wede-' pected that an average crop will be
kind location and also the Bell loca-' secured in that section. Barley is
fl in . r mr . . w
NOTICK FOR PiniMCATlOX.
United States Lund Ofilco, Rosaburg, Ore.
July 6tb, 1901.
Notice Is hereby given that In compliance
with the provisions of the act of Congreiui of
Juno 3, 1878, entitled "An net for the uleo(
timber lands in tho States of California, Oregon,
Nevada, and Washington Territory," as ex.
tended to all the Public Laud States by act of
August , lhvl Nathaniel (1. I'enuet, of Kelso,
county of Cowlitz, Statu of Washington, has
this day tiled In this ottlca his sworn statoment
No. 1721, for the purchase ot tho B SV NK
SW H, SVV 4 Ss M of Section No. 11 In Town
ship No. 20 South, Range No. 2 West, and will
offer proof to show' that the land sought is more
valuable for Its timber or stone than for agri
cultural purposes, and to establish his claim to
said land before tho Register and Receiver of
this ot!lce at Rooburg, Oregon on Monday the
10th day of September, 1901.
He numcs as witnesses:
W.S. Hales, J. 11. Dales, of Cottage Grovo,
Ore., Frederick Uloomflold, of Eugene, Ore., II.
I., rolmel, ot KvUo, Wash.
Any and all persons claiming adversely tho
above-described lands are requested to tile
their claims in this office on or before said 10th
day of Sept., 1901.
J, T. IlRipqEs, itcglstcr.
Lavendar sticks, for making fans
and other designs, for sale, 10 cents
per .dozen. Enquire of Mrs, C. J.
4lvvrt(se in (he Xtgget.
tion to John Sparks who recently
bought the interest of George
Wedekind in the Reno Star. A
tew weeks ago Judge Curler denied
Wedekind an injunction to restrain
Bell from taking out ore on his
claim adjoining the Reno Star on
land upon which Bell held a United
States patent. The decision was
followed by the present suit and in
the interim Bell put up steam
hoisting works and worked his
claim to the limit, taking out
many thousands of dollars worth of
The present suit was hotly con
tested and it is believed that the
will be appealed until it
reported to be of excellent quality.
Corn and potatoes are being
seriously injured by dry weather,
and unless rain comes soon their
yields will be materially reduced.
Hops continue doing nicely, alt
though many correspondents report
lice in the yards and much spray
ing being done. Sugar beets in
Union county and onions in Wash
ington county are making splendid
advancement. Italian ot Fellen.
berg piunes promise to make a fair
crop. Jbarly apples ana peacnes
reaches the United States supreme
COlirti "Mr i urn"
IMPROVEMENTS AT STATE
Mr. Wilcox of LeRoy, Minne-
Wilcox and James Kennedy of
Lynx Hollow were visiting Mr and
Mrs Tapp and family Sunday.
Vernon .Clow of Silk Creek was
visiting friends here Sunday.
This neighborhood is becoming
well supplied with parlor organs,
The State Board of Agriculture
are making some wonderful im
provements at the state fair grounds,
and old timers will hardly recog- M R Coffin be- fa ,
. 1 . i ... 1 .1 . . 1 1 o tr
sou to purchase one.
Slashings are being burned now
and as a result the air is very
nize the place wnen tuey attend
Oregon's greatest fair this fall.
The old pavilion is being enlarged
to double its size, and after the
best exhibits ever seen in the state
are arranged there will be ample
room left for an auditorium, a
thing that has been needed for a
long time. A bran new up-to-date
creamery building is being erected;
also where the best dairy display
ever made in the state will certainly
be saen. The machinery hall is
being enlarged, new cattle stalls,
sheep pens, hog stys, and horse
stables are being built. A cozy
farm cottage, hay barn and new
sidewalks are also on the list of im
provements, and nothing will be
left undone to accommodate the
exhibitor and entertain the visitor
at the state fair this fall.
Don't drop insinuations. A bigger
man may pick them up.
Don't pick out for a friend a man
whose dog won't follow him.
Don't think all books are salable
because they are bound to sell.
Don't sit in the draft unless you
want the doctor to get the cash for
Don't break your word unless
you can do it so a hyphen will fit
Don't think because a man pos.
sesses a shining intellect that he is
Don't wait until summer to buy
thermometers, they are always
lower in winter.
Don't think because lime and
tide wait for no man th'at no woman
will wait for him.
Don't fail to keep an eye on the
frieud who offers you suggestions
at the expense of another frieud.
THE DEER LAW.
The open season for deer com
menced July 1st and for the benefit
of those not thoroughly posted
some pointers are hereby given;
It is unlawful for any person to
take, capture, kill or destroy in any
open season more than five deer.
Any person who lawfully kills five
deer can make an affidavit before
any justice of the peace to that
effect, and said justice shall there
upon deliver to affiant one lerther
tag (oesigned and issued by the
state game warden) for the bide of
each deer, not exceeding five in all.
One of these tags shall be securely
fastened with wire to each deer
skin, and the owner is then entitled
to offer such deer skin for sale or
exchange or transportation to any
point within the state. The punish
ment ior violation of any of the
provisions of the act is by a fine of
not less than $25 or more than $500,
together with the cost of prosectf
tion, or by imprisonment in the
county jail for not less than 30 or
more than 120 days, or by both
such fine and imprisonment.
NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS.
You are hereby notified to cut
the thistles on and fronting your
city property, within the next JO
days from the date of this notice.
Upon failure to comply with this
request the work will be executed
and fee collected from the property
BkrT Nonn, Marshal,
Dated August 2, 1901,