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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1901)
A I.I. UI'.TO.HA'rH IHININI5SH
mi;n or (jottaiii: mtovi',
AKVr.uriHi". in tiii: mmhiht.
'J'llli MtOGHI JUli ui ;-Ii.K
. TtiiiNs ouivjoou.wQjiyc AT
-MOST KKASONAISr.i: I'lUt'KS.
Devoted to tlic Mining, Lumbering and 1'arming Interests of this Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake.
Cottage Q-rove, Oregon, Friday, November 1, 1901.
J. E. YOUNG
finical nil Miilll alicel, Weal Hide
Cottaok OiiovH, On it.
rtUoriicus and Couimhm-u(-l.uw
H"ll allrlitlim given to lliiliig,i"rrllou
iiml ilcrrHlillli' Uiv.
Ollli'ai over (larniaii A ItctniPiiwny'x mum.
COTTAGE GROVE, ORK.
J. S. MEDLEY
Allovmy-al-Law o o o
: I Micas on Mnln street:
Cottaoh Gkovk, Oku.
t'ruuiljt alliitlnn paid I" Mining lliiMucss.
CoTTAC.K GKOVK, Ome.
IIKI.WII" iitimrxm Ha- IMIll'Y.
THOMPSON & HARDY
,"loreistii(l Vouusdors-at Law
Hcll u I tin I loll given In Ilia Uw ulJlllii-.
i:u I KNKrdltK.
L. T. HARRIS
?1 Harney and douitsclor-at-Law
Halril attolllloll Khe-ll tn the law of Mines.
First Niilluniil Hunk HuildiiiK.
KUiiKNK, OH 14.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
VALUE OP MINING REPORTS.
.Iiml urrlvcl New Hlvli'f) In i.ndliV,
MIhkch mid (JIiIIiI'm Cupei iiml Jackets.
f'M ii'w linen of Ladles' Dress
SklrlH. Uiihiy ),iy BklrtM mill Keudy
iiniilc Wrapper for winter.
Soiim Ixiiintlfiil Mcrcerir-od Bntlno
tJtiiU-rfkli lc nl riM to cIopu out . Only
n few left iii they uru gnltiK rapidly.
Dri'iH Trimming: Tlio IhIi-hI iIi-hIiim
In .lei mill Alluiiiii trimmings mill
Silkn. ii I ho velvet rihlioti. New things
itrri vfii wci'kly .
MiihIIii: Hiimll lioltu of Ciilxit A mid
Ciiliut W, from yds. lo 'Jft vdn.( each
lit tliuHiuiiHirli'u jiiTynril iih fiirtft ones.
Yiin don't im.ll to Invest no much to get
OutliiK I'lmitiflM lit T to 10(i. Larue
Hnootxiif Tliri.iul iif nrwi
Md; Until ToivcIh for '.Tic. Thin In n lireat
I in ru'ii in mid yon flionlil tnkii iidvuutuiu
of it tit om:i).
Macintoshes to clone ul Mfc: to 75c on
I. tiilli.it. Wi linim n now llnft fit fill
kltnln of Shears from thewmll trlmnicrH I
to the litrizcut r-Uf. If yoti are left-handed
wo liavi tlic ones you want.
1'armcrs: Wo have just rccelveirnnew
nnd eomiileto line In Pocket Knlven,
Hotelier Knives and Hazorn nnd everv
blade la ttiiraiitccd to lie hand forged.
They are beauties and will give sfttiBfae
We are cIopIiik out our Hardware inch
u m SIiovcIm, Spadi-H, 1'orkn, Axch, Door
lAKkn, II In (en, etc, nt cout. Call in
when you want hurgaimi. I
To the School Children: We arc of
fering our Hchoot 1!K. KlateH, etc., ut
coat. Our line of Tahleta in u good oic.
Our UinlirclhiH are all Imrgains at 60c
to $.1.00. Come in and select one early.
Kuinember relf opening oneu for men.
All our Gflnt'H Mnen colnre, 15, 2 for I
iifx.!. former price 20o each. All the
Intent HtylcR. Our Linen 8hlrtn are the '
licnt In the market.
Our Glove Htock Ih of the lient. Tn '
fact it Ih inipoHHihle to Und any that ,
l ' II'.. .1.1.... . f.n...
15c to $1.50 per pair.
Our Men' and Iloy'n Wool Underwear
und MweaterH are warmer, wear longer
and coHtleeH than you will pay eltiewherc
Men's Worklntf I'anla at$1.00to $1.75.
Working Bhlrm at 60c, worth 00c to 75c.
We positively have the largcut line of
Wool Ilofe for I.aditK. MUiieM ami Oliil
dred and aloo Men that wo ever had in
Illauketa at from floe to $8.00 per pair.
Huhlicr Goodu are much cheaper than
tion is comparatively small, and it
IS still remotn frnm !lii mnrx
fhe rccetp sof two inquiries- thickly settled parts of the country,
one from Colorado, another from Underthc circumstances patronage
Oregon-asking if $50 would he a win be ,imite(1( and ifthe ex
fair price for a "mining report or Rhion ,s tQ he a finandnl
a 'mine test" indicates some men- it nmst be ,anMed and m d
tal haziness regarding some fts. j w,th a understanding as4o
Cheap and dear are relative terms. what u w cogt and w,)at s
Cheapness is usually regulated not it expcct from the peoplt; of
y w..dl u.. uu. ..ai .. U)e pacjfic c()ast Nq doubt
gets for what he pays A mining altelldallce from the MWd,e West
report may uc worm ur bu and th(, East wH cons;derab,et
cents much depends. A mine I ... . . .
and the Rocky Mountain states
that must be depended on.
EAKIN & BRISTOW.
I Some Good Bargains in Clothing
Mrs. Kallicriiic Selileef, M. I).
WUtm of Women anil Clillilren
COri'AOIv tiltOVK, OltK.
OIlli'O iiml tral'leiiroiin III ver flrrct, nrr Wall.
COTTAIilitlHOVK. - - OIIW'ON.
MRS. PET SANFORD'S
Fur Fashionable Drcssmal-iiw.
Cottaok Gkovk, Okk.
J. W. BENTLY,
Hie iirnctlntl Hunt mill iIiiw Mnkcr, Iik'Ici1
cnu a.Hir ut-'t ntlho lnirll Hotel. Iti'l"lr
In K Ill-ally alone.
" BARKER &' PERMAN
THE EXCHANGE" "HCE7
IlKAI.KHH IN 1'INi:
WINKS, IJQUOKS, CIGARS.
Main utreiit, CaillHRH llraivia, Or.
H. C. MADSEN,
Itoi'ilrlnK nt roiiaonntlc chnwa.
All tt'iirk uiiarniilcajal llrnl-a-lJai.
W11 ta-lieJ, (JloctB inn! Jch olry ut Um-eit l'rlecs
COTTAOK tiHOVK, OU.J.
The First National
Cottaok Gkovi, Ork.
Paid up Capital, $25,000.00
Money to loan on approved security.
KxchangcH Bold, nvnihihlo any 4ihic
In thu United StntcH.
your JlimlnesH In Solicited.
GROCERY. . .
Corner ot Main Sl'0!,(1 st-'' CottngoOrovo.
Curries n flno lino f Orwories, No
H0118, CaiidiuH, Tobaccos, Nuta and
fjtntinnory. , .
Our pricoa aro right and wo will glvo
Good Value or Your Money.
Take the Bohemia 2Tu;tvei.
To close out odds and ends or broken suits
we offer a special price on the following gar
ments. These are good values even at first
test that would cost $50 would be
probably worth that much. One
that would cost $5000 m ight be the
cheaper of the two. It is impos
sible to give accurate reply to either
of the questions. A "mine test"
involves so much; the kind of a
mine or prospect it is; the cost oi
getting there; the kind of ore; its
extent and value; the amount of
development; assaying; treatment
of ore; the fee of a competent min
ing engineer and his assistant, the
extent of the required report, that
is. how much it shall include. We
have seen a mining report, from p
man claiming to be a mining engi
neer, that cost in total $25. We
have also seen a mining report that
cost $25,000. There are not a few
mining engineers who will not take
up anything in the way of a mine
examination for less than $1000;
there are more who can be hrd for
from $25 to $50 per day and ex
penses. It is not however, a mat
ter that could be determined by
competitive bids. A valuable re-
Coats and Vesti. medium lieht wemhts.
dark Cnsiniere. size 36 and 38. Regular
price $11.00 per suit; for coat and vest
Coat and Vest, medium light weight,
color brown, size 35. $10.00 per suit;
coat and vest $5. 75.
Coats and Vests, medium heavy, dark
brown check, size 36 and 38. $11.00 per
suit; for coat and vest $5.50.
Coat and Vest, medium heavy weight,
dark color, size 38. $7.95 per suit; coat
and vest $4. 40.
Coat nnd Vest, medium heavy weight,
dark casimere, size 40. $8 35 per suit;
coat and vest $4.75.
Coats and Vests, medium heavy weight,
dark casimere, size 35 and 36. $6 35 per
suit; coat and vest $4.25.
Coat and Vest, heavy weight, black and
white twill, size 42. $7.50 per suit; coat
and vest $5.25.
Coat, no vest, heavy weight, dark casi
mere, size 40. $6 35 per suit; $3.00 for
Oar man & Hemenway
Cottage G-rove, Oregon.
r. . r. r. . - . . - . Is!
RICH ORE CONTINUES.
Wo will sell you clothing, Men and Hoy's, neat up-to-date suits-cheaper than you have over bought
them in town. Come und see our gooda nnd get our prices before you buy a full Hue of Summer Goods.
I. miles' Shirt Waists on the mi mo lino, cheaper than ever.
HEMENWAY & BURKHOLDER.
W. S. Chkisman.
Ex. 1 Bangs.
The Fashion Stables
COKNKU MAIN and SECOND 8THKKT, COTTAOE OIIOVK
Glrrismoi) Bas, Proprietors.
Also own and opperate the Bohemia
and Black Butte Stage Lines
First-Class Turnouts, Double or Single at
Sotlce of lHyaV Settlement.
Notloo Ih hereby given that tlio uiiduraluned,
nOmliilstriitorof tho Khtatuof JiunesM. Clmpln,
ili'i-eimci, has II led tils II mil iiceo,mt In hhIu
matter with tho Cminty clerk ol Ijuiu County,
Oreuon.nnd un order liiis been made and entered
ot record directing thin notleo midvettlng Mon.
day thu 4th day of November, 10O1, nt tho hour
of 1 o'clock p. m. for tho liearliifcof objection
to Mild iiccoiint mid II 11 it 1 settlement of Mild
Dated this October 1st, 1901.
II. P. IIUUTON,
cllnl administrator of tho Kptatoof
Jaiiies M, Cha'plu. lK-ccased.
K. O Potteii, Attorney, '
Xotlce of Final Settlement.
Notice l hereby given that the nndeivlirncd,
administrator of the estate of O. II. Vanschoalck,
deceased, has tiled In tho County Court of Lano
County, Btutoot Oregon, his final account as
snchadinlnUtrator of said estate and that Mon
day, tho 4th day of November, 1001, at hour of
lo clock 11. in., litis been fixed by i.ald Court as
tho time or hearing objections tn said account
und thohottlcmeut thereof,
.... James hkmenway,
oltnl Administrator of the Ustate of
, O. II, Vanachoalck, Deceased,
Subscribe for the Wvyget.
Sheriff Sale on Execution.
Notlco Is hereby given that by vlrtuo of an
Execution duly Issued out of the Circuit Conrt
of the State of Oregon for tho County of Jjine,
011 me iniu nay "i eepiemoer, jwi, on a Jung
nent rendered In tho Justice Court, for tho
Justice district of Cottage (Jrovo, of tho State
ot Oregon for the County of I-hiii-, on tho Jtlt
day of Stay, 1901, which judgment was enrolled
and docketed In tho oflfce of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on thoM day of August, 1901, In
a (lilt In the Justice Court, fur the Justice
district of Cottage drove, wherein Dr. a. U.
Hnapp Is plaintiff and J. I), Rusher lsdefendant,
and to me directed commanding mo that nut of
tho personal property of said defendant, or,
If sufficient could not be found, then out of the
real property belonging lotah defendant In
paid County on or after the said TM. day of
August, lOul, to satisfy the sum of Forty-two and
ZVltudiza) Dollars, and n further sum of Six
and N0-1TO(V 80) Dollars costs, and tho costs of
and upon this writ, and being unable tn nnd
personal proerty of said defendant tn satisfy
said Judgment and costs and accruing costs I
did on the V0th day of Peptemher, 1901, levy
upon the following doscrlbcd real properly be
longing to said defendant on tho 2d day of
August, 1901, or subsequently to-wlt:
' Ixit No. KIght (8) In block No. two (2) of Per
kins' addition to rue City of Cottago drove.
Lane County, Oregon, as. the same Is platted
Now therefore In the name of tho. Ftate of
Oregon and In compllaive with said writ I will
offer for sale at public auction for cash, subject
u ivdvuiihiuiii ait ,iu kkh,, villa aiiu illicit:!.!.
of the said defendant In and to the above do
scribed premises, at tho Pouth-west door of tho
County Court House, In Engcne, Lane County,
Oregon, on Monday the -Ith day of November,
loot, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m, and
4 o'clock n, in, towit at 1 o'clock p. m, on sdld
Dated this the 28th day of September. 1901.
. W. W.. WITHERS
oltnl Sheriff of Lumj County, Oregon.
Helena Mine, in Bohemia, Gives
Gold Assays Across Face of
Tunnel of $339.35
The office of the Helena Consoli
dated Gold Mining & Milling Com
pany, in the Sherlock Building, is
in receipt of a letter from Mr. Bru
neau, the superintendent of the
Helena mine in the Bohemia dis
trict, that the rich strike made
about a week aeo in the No. 1
level continues. The whole face of
the tunnel is now in solid sulphide
ore of a very high grade. Average
samples taken from across the face
assay $339.35 per ton in gold and
from 3 to 5 per cent in copper,
making it a very desirable smelt
ing ore. Development work upon
this level will be continued through
the wiiter. The No. 4 level, 200
feet below No. 1, will also be driven
port is worth all it costs, and in ahead in order to tap the rich chute
this, as in other thintrs. true econ-
j omy 'consists iii judicious ex"pen
diture. A $5000 report can
cheaper than one costinR $50. The
man making the $50 report would
very probably have honestly earned
his money and given value re
ceived, but so much more value
might be given for the $5000 re
port that it would be the cheaper,
A report upon which may be based
the expenditure of considerable
money can not ordiuarly be secured
for a trifling sum. Better employ
a competent man of reputation and
experience and pay what such ex
perience and reputation is justified
in charging. It would be cheaper
in the long run or short run.
Mining and Scientific Press
Lewis and Clark Exposition Will
be a Credit to Portland.
Portland is preparing for a Lewis
and Clark Exposition in 1905, and
if the plan outlined by The Ore-
goniau is followed the exposition
should be creditable alike to Port
land and the whole "Oregon
country," whose early discovery
and exploration it is to celebrate.
Portland has wisely decided that
first of all it must raise at least
$300,000 among its own citizens.
The chief labor will fall 011 Port
land people, and they of course
should demonstrate in the begin
ning that they are' willing to give
their time, their money and their
individual effort that the exposition
may be made a success. When
this has been done it will be proper
to ask Oregon to grant official rec
ognition and lend financial aid and
also to invite the United States
government and neighboring com
monwealth to assist in this "Ore
gon country" celebration.
While the exposition will repre
sent Pacific coast growth during a
century, and to indicate the possi
bilities of the future may have
prominent Oriental features, it has
been determined not to at
tempt too much. This conserva
tism is to be highly commended.
Whatever the hopes of the North-,
west as to future achievement, it is
well to remember that its .popula-
Ieftfor the mineyesterdaymorning,
accompanied by V. H . Behne, the
superintendent, to take levels and
make a survey of the big double
track tunnel to be driven from the
The new buildings now tinder
construction at the terminus of the
Cottage Grove & Bohemia Railroad
are Hearing completion and work
on the west side tunnel will be be
guu at an early date.
A.s the Old Maid
Said wlien She
Our ada are short und swectand right
to the point.
Brehaut & Morgan
The yew Era Drug Store.
)Fat Lowest Prices
That is what you are looking for,
Well we have them. , Come
and see for yourself.
Look at our prices, our
goods and you will see
it pays to buy where you
can select from the largest
Millinerv cooda shown in ?
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