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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1901)
HOWARD & SUPPLE
Kntored nt tbe pootoRlco at Cnttag Grove,
Oregon m Scfnnil CIam mull raM'.tr.
8ntrrlptlon rlre.SI.BO, In n.lnnc.
Aitvrtlitiic Rains mm known upon
THIS PAPKR Is kept on fllo nt E. C.-Prakft
the judsox jwck
This corporation hns now been
fairly launched, nil preliminary pro
ceedings have, been duly and le
gally taken, officers elected, the
principal placeof business selected
at Cottage Grove, the stock'books,
seal and every paraphernalia nt
hand, and tbe stock is now to be
A rtiitaJA upon the market. This com
rhs'iro, Han Khint,iro, CllfrliU. whore con-1 . .
tract turadvertlslng mn be mule for it. pany lias ncqtll
Friday, Dkckmdbr 6, 1901.
THE MESS A an.
pany lias acquired aim now owns n
groupe ot mining claims on iuc
west side of Fairvicw mountain in
Bohemia District, where immediate,
energetic and continuous work will
be inaugurated in the development
President Roosevelt's message to 0f tijese fmc properties. These
congress has the ring of sound ctaims have in the past had much
1 flagmen t ana raaniy roiivimuu:. .V0I.K rt0ne upon tuem ana mve
boldly and fearlessly set forth. On most satisfactory evidence of futun
the issues before the country of I dividend paying mines. All of th
which he has made a study, lie is incorporators arc well known bust
pointed and positive. Of those ness men 0f this community and
wherein he ism doubt he isiraun tu ,Uost of them have been in the past
say so and offers suggestions tnt identified with these claims. Th
appear leasibie. ne is in 11111 ac- officers are: Colonel w. H. Blair,
cord with the Pacific Coast people president; J. M. Sherwood, vice
on the exclusion of the Chinese, president; Doc P. Patterson, treas
A few of the salient points of the urer;J. S. Medley, secretary; di
message are appended: rectors W. H. Blair, A. D. Le
The personal equation is the R0y, John Curran, J. M. Sherwood
most mipoi taut factor in a business Doc p. Patterson, W. S. Conser
operation. George W. Lloyd and F. J. Hard
Prosperity can never oe created general mining manager, A. D Le
by law alone, though it is easy RGy. The capital stock is $150,
enousu to destroy it oy miscuiev- qoo, divided into 1,500,000 shares
OUS laws. of the Dar value of to cents ner
It ever anarchy is tnumptiant. share. This groupe of mines is
its triumph will last but for one directly on the line of the famous
red moment, to ie succeeded lor Mtisick lode, with an elevation of
ages by the gloomy night of des- 300o feet and extending down to
potisni Fairview creek, where mill sites
The welfare of each citizen, and are located, and jnviwr a verticle
therefore the welfare of the aggre- depth of 1000 feet below the apex
gaie 01 citizens wuicu manes me It consists of the following claims
nation, must rest upon individual Ouray, Denver, Three Brothers
inrm ana energy, resoiuuon ana Blue jacket, Pueblo, Black Jack
intelligence. Oversight. Homestake and Pilot
The reclamation and settlement Boy, xvhicli are all contiguous and
of the arid lands will enrich every can be developed from one common
portion ot our country, just as the poilIt or level. The 4 work already
settlement 01 uie uuio anu Missis- j0ne on these claims consists of
sippi valleys brought prosperity to over 50O feet of tunnels and shafts,
the Atlantic States. anA hnvp hppn tiinrff. hv nn vr.o.,
it is not true mat as tue ncn diture of Ssooo. Free milline ore
nave grown ncner the poor have js shown in many places, which
grown poorer, un the contrary. I : ,,, .,
never before has the average man, , ,. , ' . .
the. wage-worker, the farmer, the d in large and paying quantities
small trader, been so well off as in T"c l"uf iar "
fcic rm.ntrr nnH nt .), n,.t luH ''""If ""' IUUUUIU ?IU
time to S30 per ton m gold.
1 here is an abundance ot water
and timber for mining and other
It necessary purposes, and said groupe
is accessible to the wagon road and
is about two miles from the termi
mis of the Cottage Grove and Bo
hernia railroad; they are about 2000
feet below the siiow line. 600,000
shares of tbe capital stock has beei
set aside as treasury stock and can
only be used 111 the development of
Disaster to great business enter
prises can never have us effects
limited to the men at the top.
spreads throughout, and while it is
bad for everybody, it is worst for
those fartherest down. The capi
talist may be shorn of his luxuries;
but the wage-worker may be de
prived of even bare necessities.
The preservation of our forests is I
an irnnerative bnsinpss iiprpeeirir
The people of the Americas can lul VV me company.
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rrncnor hoct ,r loft, irx . n.. -" if
their own salvation ill their own ,uuy 'am ana on-assessaoie
lines to all the claims in this
groupe are perfect. There
should be, not prohibited, but su- ? sa,aded officers and.the r.eceiPts
from the sales of stock in this com
pany will be expended judiciously
for the development of the prop
erties of the company.
1 he first block of 50,000 shares
is now being placed upon the
market at 2 cents per share.
EX-JUDGE FISK DEAD.
pervised and within reasonable
The forest reserves should be set
apart forever for the use and bene
fit of our people as a whole, and
not sacrificed to the short-sighted
greed of a few.
J. he American people must
either build and maintain an ade
quate navy or else make ud their The Eugene Guard of Wednes
minds definitely to accept a secon- day eveni"S announces the sudden
clary position in international death of Ex-County Judge Fisk
affairs, not merely in political, but near MaPIeton on Monday night
in commercial matters. anu savs
No single great material work This mor"B at 7 o'clock a
which remains to be undertaken on sPec,al messenger brought to Eu
this continent is of such conse- gcne the sad news ol tlie sudden
quence to the American people as death of Jude A- H- pisk which
the building of a canal across the occurred Mo"day night at his
Isthmus connectine North and rancU on Knowles creek near
South America. Mapleton. His s.011, Fred Fisk,
Our railroads are the arteries dePuty Sheriff, was immediately
through which the commercial life- 110tified of Jlis 'leath and arrange
blood of this nation flows. Noth- ments were at once made t b""B
could be more foolish than the en- tne body here for burial.
nctment ot legislation winch would 1 he cause of death is supposed
un, ivLiau.; " uc- 10 De neart trouble, but it is not
vciujJiJiciii uuti ujJciiiiiuu ui uicse
American wage-workers work extent from that complaint.
with their heads as well as their Ava .Henry lusk was born at
hands. Moreover, they take a keen I Northfleld, Vermont, Oct. 28, 1833;
pride in what they are doing; so He was married to Jane A. Henry
war, xnuepeiiuwH 01 tne f'?. at Concord, New Hampshire, July
tlitr iiriGh tn turn nut n nrffrfr mh I f J J
This is the trreat secret of our sue 6 l853 Two children, H. H.
c&ss in.competitfon with the labor Fisk, of Mapleton, and W. E. Fisk,
of foreign countries. of Eugene, were born to them.
The first wife died in January, 1867
and he married Elizabeth S. Emer
son nt Concord, N. II., Sept.
1S67, two children, Fred and Mnmic
T. both of Eugene, being the issue
of this mnrringc, the mother and
children surviving. From the New
England states Mr. Fisk moved
with his family to Illinois, thence
to Iowa and Nebraska nnd came to
Eugene in 1888. He was elected
county judge in 1892 and served
the people well and taithtully one
term of four years. When he went
into office the county was about
$700,000 in debt and when his
term cxpirett tue debt nan been re
duced to practically nothing. The
deceased was also instrumental in
inaugurating the present system of
good road building in the county.
Several positions of trust weie also
held by Mr. Fisk in the states
in which he resided before he came
Judge Fisk had been a prominent
Mason for 30 years or more nnd
a goon and true citizen, tic was
extremely fond of nature nnd spent
a part of each year in the mountains
hunting and fishing. About a year
ago he went to the lower Siuslaw
country nnd found a sulphur spring
on Knowles creek, the waters "of
which seemed to benefit his health.
He took up n claim on which the
spring is situated, built him a cabin
and has lived there ever since.
Mr. Fisk had led an active busi
ness life and was one oi the partners
in tbe Frank department store on
Ninth street when it was first start
ed. Besides his property in Euiienc
he leaves interests in Nebraska and
Arrangements for the funeral will
be made as soon as the body arrives
You can tmv anv pn'jmnition at J.
I'. Currin's tiint ia nilvertlei'd in nny
paper. KctiiPinber wo muko a ajwuialty
of family n-eelpt.
A winter trip to Southern California
nnd Arizona via the fatnoiiH Slinetii
Route ia ono never to bo forgotten. He;
newed uciiuatntnnce with tfd.fi section!
will ever develop, frfsli points oi intercut
and added eouri-ea of enjoyment under
us sunny sktex, in the variety of lit
tcregts and added inaiidtrtei, In iih pro-
ilii: vegetation and umoni; its number'
ess recortH of mountain, shore . vnllev
and plain. Two trains leave I'ortlnm
laily, mnrnitiK nnd even inn lor Unli
fnrnia. Thece trains are eUtpjHtl with
the niOHt improved pattern of standard
anil touriet sleeping ears, und the low
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ruics mure uiti irip in rencii ui Mil.
For illustrated guides of California
and Arizona winter revolts, address.
R. It. Millkk, (Jen. 1'as. Axent,
We will pu(; on Sale a t Greatly
Reduced. Prices all of our
WOOI mul COTTON KBjANUKTS
A Moo Assortment of UMBHKLIAS
Spoo'ml for This SALIC. Yoit omi
one at Our Salo Prioo.
Our SB. 25 BEctiSp&'csKSN nt S8e a an (I alB ocia- Mc S)rcadN wfill lie
IVflarBiCIl BDOWIfi 10 7QPC.
A Fine Line of TABLE COVERS priced very low.
of Christmas Glory
The Choicest and Most Popular priced line of Christ
mas Presents in Cottage Grove.
Well Our Holiday Window
Until January 1, 1902 every Suit in the store will be
sold at 10 per. cent discount.
Harness and Saddlery.
MAIN STRUCT, COTTAOE OJtOVK.
George Meinzer, Prop.
A fine lino of HarncM, RadiHen, Wlilpa, Iluggy
Itobci, Leather Iteltlng, Ktc, ulurayn on limnl
Allklnilaoi Jlc'imlrlnff a SixxUlty All band
sewed work turned out.
Our Farmer Friends ran get the Tcrybcatat
tbe Lowcit Living 1'rlccs. Come In and exam
Ine the goods and seo (or you reel f.
ELITE BARBER SHOP
One door west of Ojera House
MAIN STItKKt, COTTAOK OKOVK.
The Lost of tonsorlul work guaranteed
BATHS AT ALL HOURS.
Everything new, clean and neat and
we Invite you to glvo us a cull,
ALLISON & RAINES.
NOTICE FOR TUnLICATIO.V.
Land Office atltoscburg, Oregon,
November 6, 1901,
Notice Is hereby given that the following'
amcd settler has filed notice of his Intention
to make final proof In support of his claim, and
that said proof will bo made before Marie L.
WureU, B. Commissioner at Eugene, Oregon,
on December 11,1901 vlzs Harmon L. Ogden
on his H. K. No, 8728 for tbe 8 HW A Bee. 27
Tp. 198., K. 2 West.
Ho names the' following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said laud, viz:
Charley Oiracn. Otto Morton. M. Doane. Jamr
niineim,oi ureswen, utnu uouniy, uregon
J. T. liKl&OEs, Ucglttcr.
GROCERY. . .
Corner of Main and Second Ht., Cottage Grove.
Carries n lino lino of Groceries, No
tions, Candies, Tobaccos, Nuts nnd
Our prices are right and wo will give
you .1. ' . . ,
Good Value for Your Money,
. We will cell you clothing, Men nnd Itoy'n, nc.it np-lo-duto hiiIIh clicaper limn you havn ovi-r lioii;lit
tliuni in town. Come it ml ta-u our jjomlu nnd unt our prices Ijefuru yon buy n full liuuot Buuiiner (iot-tls.
Ladies' Sbirt AVuists on the same line, cheaper limn evur.
HEM EN WAY
W. S. Chrisman.
The Fashion Stables
COKNKH MAIN and HECONII fiTIIEET, COTTAGE OltOVK
Grisrnai) (1 B"rs, Proprietors.
Also own ami opperate the Bohemia
ami Black Butte Stage Lines
First-Class Turnouts, Double or Single at
Reasonable Prices -
".at Lowest Prices
That Is what you are looking for,
Well weliavetliem. Come
and see for yourself.
Look at our prices, our
Roods and you will see
it pays to buy where you
can select from the largest
Millinery goods shown in
im sun !itn fasiirrfkvs
Atlvcrtlua In tho Xuuyut,
A.s the Old Ma id
Said wlien She
Our ads nro short and sweet nnd right
to the point.
ISi'chKiit & Morgan
Tho Xcu Era Drug Store.
Head real estate
Knox ii Co.
bargains of Jerome
"U'o are now preparod to furnish nil
kinds of brackets, mo Idlnjis, coi iilcn,
sash and iloors, door nnd window frames,
windows, pickets, etc.
Woodwork of nil kinds made nnd re
paired. Wo will aluo work rustle, siding,
coiling or size studding, ele
SHOP NEAR S. P. DEPOT
7f Mutti St., Cottugo drove.
; DURBAN & H'KINNEV, Props.
Choice line of Liquors .
.. .1 r ! . "
uini v-igars Kept on
hand. Your patronage
is respectfully solicited.
Suunvvllie for the Xugyet.