.... i f ' r f ATjT3 WITT TT UTJJVJL1jHl The Projp:roiij Business Men of Cottage Grave Advertise In the Nugget. BriW Your Job Work to the Nugget Job Office. ' v Prices Reasonable Devolud to the Mining, Lumbering and Fanning Interests of this Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake. vox,, ixx Cottage Grove, Oregon, Friday, A.ugust 9, 1901. isro. 30 41 1 f PROFESSIONAL. J. E. YOUNG AUomov-iil'Law Onic on Mlu ttt, Vot HI1o CoTTAOK GltOVU, OUK. ,1. C. JOHNSON and P. (1. EDY Attorneys and Oounselors-at-fMW flprclal Attention given In Mlnlnir,CorKrnllon mill Mercantile Uw. OIJIc over Onrtnnii .V Nowland'mtoro. COTTAGE GROVE, ORB. J. S. MEDLEY Atlomcii-al-Law o o o : OUlpo on lan street : CottAok Gkovk, Oku. JEROME KNOX Mlorheu-(U-uiv I'fompt attention paid In MlnlliK Ilnliios. Cottaok Gkovu, Oh. IIKLHU" W. TIIOMI'IMiK IIIAI. A. IIAIllir, THOMPSON & HARDY ,-lttornegsand Counsclors-at Law Hl-llaUnillin'ylvf lotliw Uw nt illur. KUCMNK.'oi'tkT L. T. HARRIS Attorney and Counselor-at-Unv Hixrlnl attention r.lvon to Ihu law of MIiim. Ural National Hank lliilhlini;. KUUKNK, OIIK. RELIABLE ASSA Y'S. Hml br mall receive prompt atloiillon. FRANK P. WHITE, COTTAtll! fillOVK. OKI!. Mrs. Katbtrlne Schlccf, M. I). Diseases of Wiiicii anil' Children COTTAGJi Glt.OVK, OKU. W. H. ROBINSON I'McnnnuViirMcus Ome and residence im Itlver street, near W'ull. COTTAOKOHOVK, - - OIIWIOX. HUSINIiSS. oo 'iua MRS. PET SANFORD'S For Fashionable Dressmaking. ' MAIN HTKl'.KT CoTTAGI! GltOVl!, OUU. . J. W. BENTLY, . The vmrtlcil Moot Mid Hlioo MnVor, locntcl ono(l(Hirwi't of Itiu Imi'crlnt Ilutol. Iti-imtr. ItiK iKntlriloiie. Satisfaction Guranteed. BARKER & PERMAN I'llOl'ltlHTOHH Olf- THE EXCHANGE UKAl.I'.UH IV i-t.Ni: WINKS, WQUOKS, CIGARS. Muln Itreet, Ooltiig" lrove, Or. W. H. SMITH rroi'tlotorof - ' AI.HAMIIIIA CHOI H0U8K Ncrir tho ilcpot Cottiigo flroo, Ore. ''Short o'nleri day and night. Kvorythlnir flrit clam and tho bet tlio mnrkot mird. H. C. MADSEN, Watchmakkr. ItopalrlnR at roaionalil clinrgea. 'All work Kimrinteod ririt-plnni. , COT TAG K GUOVK, OltU. Music Lessons "On the Piano. A late Oraded German Method ot Mmlo In now bolng taught ut the 0, 1'. Maimo by Mrs. L.D. Beck. Kecltala wU 1)0 qlvon nt rrppor Interval thn giving imront nil opYArtunlty to nolo jirogrcm. 50 cents per lessono minutes each Bownro of air driod or lial dry i floor ing, coiling and nmtio, Uio Booth Kelly Lumber Co.. are making special priced qn kiln-dried liunber. " 1 Ailvavtlae In (fie ffugget. At Cost O O M M e n m o H Eakin & B 0B0BBOBBSBB0B0B0BOBABSBB0BBOB0BB0B0B0B080BCB0BOB0BaB0B0 BOB0BOS9OBOBOB 1 Gar man & Hemenway. I to Our kooiIh nro of flic KelinlnV nort of wliirh it is na!il OKK SAI.K MAKKS OTHKUS . There nre Komo who hiiy nny kind of hooi'k ut uny prici', hi-caime thev eiin buy on credit. ...... ,-.3KeJ3,uy, jFPXJCaJbL and geU,ForOishu , Sri you yet your Money'H worth, hence the iiicrraco In our cnslomerH, The clenn-tip, on Onr cxlda nml (iiiilcln very Htinf:ictlny tli u. Jt will give no n Kresh, Xrw Stock for Kail. There are n few more articles nml If you aiu ufter hai'iiiiid yon can get Iheni yon mive fioin 30 to 60 pur cent on these goods. w is. t AN WE ARE LEADERS IN MERCHANDISING. I;! nt.li i n JJLJ LUULAJJL Wo will sell yon clothing, Men nml Hoy'e, nent np-to-ilato suits cheaper than you hnvo over Iwnglit theni in town. Come and hi-o our goods un,d ttet our prices before you buy a full Hue of Summer, Goods. Ladies' Khirt Waiets on tho sumo lino, cheaper than ever. HEMENWAY & BDEKHOIDEE. Carry the most corajjlete line of Hardware, Stoves and Tinware in south Lane county. Also a fine line of Guns, Ammunition and Fishing 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. "jjitjfj'-i PRICE $35 General Agent for Otcgotr, Wasliiugton and Idaho. Albany, Ore, s i- V kf ' ", Wo nrc olfcrluir nil our Lndle' nml Mens' Shoes, In and liunvy urfld!K lit aotval coot, b'niiiu of tlium in good 7o. mid f 1 n'r pair. Wo will cell yon tliu cheapest bought. Only three Items reserved. a to The most simple, practical and durable ' Ask for catalogue. ' m E. L. KING, H flue, medium wearers ntftOu., shoo you ever m o m ristow a H n o vi KOTICE I'On PUBLICATION. United States Land Office, Roscburg, Ore. July oth, 1901. Notice Is hereby given that In compliance with tho provision ot the act ot Congress of Juno 3, 1878, entitled "An act (or tho ialo or timber landaiii the State ol California, Oregon, Nevada, and Wanhington Territory," a ex. tended to all the Public Land State by act of August 4, WJ Nathaniel 0. Pennet, of Kelso, county of Cowlitz, State of Washington, ha this day tiled In till olllco hi sworn statement No. 1721, for tho purchase of the H SV M, NK 8W Ji, SW H as H of Section No. 11 in Town ship No. 20 South, Itaugo No. '2 West, and will offer proof to show that tho land nought la more valtiablo for it timber or stone than for agri cultural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land before tho Register and Receiver of this office at Itoseburg, Oregon on Monday the lOtli day of September, 1901. He name a witnesses i W. 8. Hales, J, II. Hales, of Cottage flrovo, Ore., Frederick Hloomlleld, ot Kugcno, Ore., II. L. Pclmel, of Kelso, Wafch. Any and ajl porwins claiming adversely tho nbovo-deocrlbed lands are requested to tllo their claims In this Office on or before said ICtli day of Sopt., 1901, J. T. nrtmuEs, Register. FOR SAL,. Lavendar sticks for making fans and other designs, for sale, 10 cents per dozen. Enquire of Mrs, C. J. Howard. TuliQ tho LohcmUi Xuygot. Clothing ! CAMETO VIEW BOHEMIA flie Minos. They Spent Five Days in the District and were Well Pleased with What they Saw Have Returned East and Will Make Favorable Report on Their Investigations. Last week, through the invita tion and under the guidance of G. W. I,loyd, eight gentlemen came here from Massachusetts to look over the great Bohemia mining dis trict with a view to future invest ment in some of the fine properties in that district. They were conveyed up into the hills in two of the fine coaches of the Chrisman & Bangs stage line, which rigs were at their disposal through - out the entire trip, and they were afforded every opportunity for a close and thorough inspection of a goodly portion of the mines and prospects by the way. One of the party was E. S. Harris of Boston, who is a mining expert, mineralogist and - geologist, .having taken a special mechanical course at Teck in Boston, and finished his education and graduated with high honors from the Michigan School of Mines. He has since built and suc cessfully managed two mills, devel oped several mining properties and has had a wide and thoroughly practical experience as a mill man and assayer. Mr. Harris, when questioned by the Nugget reporter, said that he was more than satisfied and delight ed with what he saw. and predicts that Bohemia has a future second to no other mining district on the Pacific coast. He lound all the veins and ledges he visited to have the same trend and dip toward a central body. They were in every instance true fissures with smooth and well defined hanging and foot walls free from contact. Before going in to a mine Mr. Harris was told by owners what he would see, and be says that in no single instauce was a property misrepresented, for on inspection he found more and better results in every property than the owners claimed for it. He thinks that the development work done in many instances has been most too scattering and superficial and that had the efforts been concentrated on one opening, instead of so many short tunnels and crosscuts, that the dis trict today would have been far in advance of its present status and would long ago have attracted the attention of capital. Mr. Harris took with him east a number of specimens of ore from several ledges, whicb he will analyze and determine the component parts and the full value of each mineral therein. When this is learned the best methods will be sought out for securing the values. His investigations lead him to say that the mines of Bohemia can be more easily and cheaply worked than mines of any other camp he has ever visited. No shafts are neces sary and consequently no expensive hoisting works need be erected. The ore bodies can nil be taken out through tunnels, the hills being very steep and the canyons very deep. The members of the party, one and all, were most emphatic in their declarations that Bohemia and Cot tage Grove have a great destiny be fore them, and say that if the people here will manfully put their shoulders to the wheel and with a united effort do all they can, that it will be but a short time before abundant capital will come to their aid and a prosperity such as the moat sanguine have not dreamed will be the rule in this section. WEEKLY CROP BULLETIN. The past week in Oregon has been the warmest of the season and it averaged nearly 6 degrees warmer than the previous one. Numerous small showers occurred in Southern Oregon during the first days of the week, but they were not general or heavy enough to be of much bene fit, and no rain of consequence has fallen elsewhere since the latter part of June. General rains are nowbedly needed for corn, hops, potatoes, gardens and pastures. The second crop of alfalfa is being cut in Southern Oregon, and the yields are about the average. The second crop of clover in the Wil lamette valley is not as promising as usual, on account of dry Weather. The grain harvest is well ad- , vancedi bllt thrashing in the west- Lr Cfir.t;nna hn nnt v- hprnmo jgenera,t aUi,oitgh well begun east of the Cascade mountains. The wheat crop in Umatilla county is turning out much better than ex pected and the grading will be good , .Some-lice are reported in the hop yards, but they are not causing any damage of consequence and the weather is unfavorable for the spread of this pest, and the hop out- ! look continues favorable. Corn is making good progress and early potatoes are maturing rapidly. The potato crop, although needing rain, is doing fairly well and there are no complaints of blight. Pastur age is getting poor, and there is a slight shrinkage in the milk supply reported from Curry and Coos counties. The weather has been favorable for fruit, which is making good advancement. Tame blackberries are plentiful, and plums, peaches and early apples are in the market, DIVIDE ITEMS. The woodyard at the Divide is a scene of great activity at present, teams constantly coming in with wood and returning. Mrs. Ed Coffin has been staying a few days at Mr. Roy Coffin's. Grain is about all cut and thresh ing will, begin, in a few days. A lively .dance last Saturday night, but no one injured. Richard Tapp visited Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Wilcox and family at Lynx Hollow on Sunday, while several others from here went down the valley. MARTIN CREEK ITEMS Miss Eva L, Meyer is visiting with her sister, Mrs. Cora Hartley, upon Martin Creek and Hope mountain. She is a very success ful teacher in the Decatur, Illinois, public school. She has just come from Frisco where she has been at tending the Epworth League Con vention. She will return to her home in Decatur via Idaho and Yellow stone park. Everything is looking good on Martin creek and we look forward to the time when this will be the best part of the camp.