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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1902)
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AOVKIITISK IM TIIK NIMKIIiT.
TWIINH OUT (lODI) WOIIK AT
Mimr ItKAHONAIH.K I'llIUIift.
Devoted to the Mining, Lumbering and Farming Interests of IhU Coiiiinttiiity, to Good Government, mid Hustling Tor n Grub Stake,
Ool:l;i:ige Grove, Cregon., JTViclay, January 17, 1902.
J. E. YOUNG
OIIK't) on Miitn ulteflt, Vl Klito
CoTTAC.K CiROVK, Oltli.
ITjoTl W'anil F. R. KHY
t)irUl attention iitvfii In MliiliuM'otHiriitloir
unil Mnrfiiullli' !".
(Illtee over flnnn .t lloiiiniiy'"lnro.
COTTAGF GROVli, OKK.
J. S. MEDLEY
Attornoy-at-Law o o o
: OHUre un Muln meet :
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THOMPSON & HARDY
Attorneys and Uounselors-at- Law
Hi'laljitienlli Klc tu the lByof Mlno.
L. T. HARRIS
Attorney and fouisetor-at-Law
tibial altentUm frlreti to ttio lw of Mint.
Ftret National Itunk HulKting.
Olllro mill redden! n KIerrtH)l, nwr U'nll
jiorTAUKUllOVK. - - - Olir.00N.
J. W. BENTLY,.
Tno prMlpl llixii unit Hhoo Mlicr, locntHl
0111! iltKir wt of thu lniorlHl llulol. Ittrpulr
InK ni Htly tloiiu.
BARKER & PERMAN
ii:ai.kiw im rise
WINKS, IJQUORS, CIGARS.
Mulmtrcct. Ciitlas" Omvi-, ro.
H. C. MADSEN,
IlcpnlrliiK t ronimmilile 'liiirK.
All (vork Kimmnlceil flrat-rUm.
WatrhtM, Oli)fk hi,1 Juwelryut invent 1'rlccn
COT TAG H GHOVJi, OHIi.
rancrs, or. louts Mo.
A complete line always in stock
Is Absolutely PURE, and will
OUTWEAR all other Leadi.
If youi Incnl ildiilor duwi nut carry It write
tu 11a unci wu will wu ilmt you Kt It.
W. P. "Fuller & Co.
CMA8. A. MAIUIY.
M Kathtrine Schlerf, M. D. IN
-r ODDb and.E'NDS
Kino ruHiiUiuciH, ehoicu lots, hiiBlueaa
blucka lor saly Jjioiiiu Knox & Cu,
in all sizes.
Special prices in Umbrellas.
EAKIN & BRISTOW.
CisLrman et Ffemenwavs
That a Railroad is being constructed from Cottage Grove to the Uohemia Mining District
through one of the finest timber belts on the Pacific Coast ?
Do you know that the ore now being transported by wagon from the lioheinia Mining
District to Cottage Grove is the same character that made Cripple Creek famous ?
Do you know that this ore from the Helena Consolidated Mine contains values from Four to
IJight Hundred Dollars per ton, and is being shipped to the Omaha Smelters
through Long & Bingham's warehouse.
Do you know that the present population of Cottage Grove will double in the next eigh
teen months ?
Do you know that the fine, high, sightly tract of land adjoining Cottage Grove (formerly
owned by G. W. Long) has been platted in lots and acreage and is being offered
on terms that will enable you to double on your investment in a very short time?
The above is a few of the facts with which wfc can make you acquainted if you will call
, upon us or write. v
Address all communications
of Rainy Weather Clothing,
Underclothing and Footwear
Lumbermen, Miners, Prospectors
X,ONa '& BI3STG-I-IA.M,
i. O, HOX 8, COTTAGE OllOVE, QllEGOX,
rffciin.d mil, ivaaann . iftflffbTiM Nf 'ift li-V''-0 wfts- 10 "rql) (low-'-l tQJ which 11 was manuiaciurea
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IS WEALTH !
I.O.ST ON TIII5 MOUNTAIN
Amos, Lane Coimly, Oregon,
uo-i-i you w ... see oy
the heading of .ny letter l.vc on
the classic Coast Fork of the big
home time last summer I foimcd
the acquaintance of two hold ,
huuleis who live over on Mosby!
creek. They invited me over to
their claim for a few days shooting.
assuring me that I would have rare
sport shooting coyotes (the edible
kind) also "liars" were plentiful.
So on Friday of last week I
stalled over in company with a
young man by the name of George.
We were up and on the trail at
early dawn. Remember I had
never been to Mosby creek. Hut
bclorc starting over Jim Wallaee
had directed me minutely. I had
implicit confidence in Jim's wood
craft. So we sailed over hill and
dale (mostly hill) never dreaming
of getting lost.
The distance we had to go was
about six miles nut! wc endeavored
to roach our hosts by nine or ten
oclock in the forenoon. We kept
tramping at a rapid rate until about
two o'clock in the evening when a
faint suspicion began to dawn on
my mind that in all human proba
bility we were lost.
I told George that wc had per
haps followed the dividing ritlge
between the Coast Fork and Mosby
creek too far south and if that sur
mise was true the best thing we
could,. do -was to drop down to
This we did, but we didn't do it
in a minute. The mountain sei
steep and covered with salal and
Initial bushes which made travel
laborious. By the time wc were
half way down the mountain night
had overtaken us nnd the rain be
gan to pour down in torrents. To
atld to our troubles our matches
were wet; so we selected a large
fir tree around which we tramped
0 how the wind whistled through
the tree tops. With whnt deep bass
voico the oivls hooted and how
shrill the wail of the panther; and
O how my hair stood on end; and
what a beautiful appetite I had.
I thought of all the good meals I
had ever eaten in Cottage Grove.
On my waking visions the thought
of Tom Blew and Newt Jones was
ever present witli me. in my
imagination I could smell their
appetizing cocktails and hear the
gentle fi. of their foaming beer.
With the return of daylight wc
tramped on or rather slid down the
mountain to Mosby creek.
There we found a fair road down
the creek to the first inhabited
house which, thank God, was the
hospitable family of Orin Robinson.
Never did I see a fairer pair than
they. How I clasped their hands
and how gladly I accepted their
invitation to take dinner with them.
It was a real substantial farm din
ner and I never eat a better meal.
We enjoyed their hospitality for
two qays and was never treated
better in all our lives.
My advice to those that are lost
on Mosuy creeic is to mm them
selves somewhere about Orin
Robinson's. The red shirt he
usually wears does not signify
anarchy and confusion. To me it
will ever stand for peace on earth
and good will to LOST men. The
two hunters I went over to have a
hunt with failed to recognize me
fearing I was d game warden.
When I get lost again I will let
you know. Yours,
Wo hiivo on hand a Inrco Btock of
kiln-dried lloorliiCi i'oIIIhk and runtlo In
grades 1 'i 11 ml !l, Lot us innko you
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UOQrJI'A.tUA MJNtiW; IO
The forthcoming number of The
Independent will print n poem by
AIfrC(, Austill) ,nircntc
j.;Kiatid, entitled "Together," and
pathy to the American people."
The following arc the two closing
verses, which speak best the senti.
ment of the poem:
Should onvioini alloim plm. and p(,t
'CinliiKt 0110 and now tho otlior,
They Hwlft would learn how Htrong tho
III111I brother unto brother.
How .illicitly they would change their
And aliow tho recreant feather '
Should Slur mid Ktrlpy mid Union Jack
Hut Hunt iiiunMiIkIi together.
Now let 118 jjivo onu hearty gilp,
Am by triiu iiieii uro t'lven,
Ami vow (riildrnnl frielidnliip
That never hIiiiII bo riven,
And wild our peaceful liin unfurled
Ho fair or foul the weather
Should need urine, faeo till tho world,
And Htand or full louutlior.
A young lady down at Knter
prise has joined the "Uuflalocs,"
according to newspaper reports,
says the Joseph Herald. Sunday
morning the young lady took a
bath and the bathroom being too
Icold for the purpose, she took a po
sition behind the cook stove in the
kitchen and called her sister to give
her 1 rubbing down with towels.
During the operation the young
lady backed tip against the stove
directly where the name of the
whs uuiiicu ueepiy into me nesii,
the letters standing out in bold out
lines on n very red "field." She re
frained from making the customary
calls on Sunday and put in the day
holding down a pillow. Astoria
.. 1.. 1 . . . .. ,1 .
Successor to B. F. PHILLIPS,
All kinds of Produce bought
at tlie highest market N values.
Call and get acquainted with
us. We shall be pleased at' all
times to quote you prices
upon all lines handled by us,
whether you buy or not.
Our Stock is New, Neat and
Clean, and having had years
of experience in business, we
assure you the very best goods
the market affords, and the
lowest possible prices.
Remember the place: Phillips'
old stand, Cottage Grove, Ore.
The First National Bank
CoTTAGB GltOVIt, OrK.
Paid up Capital, $25,000.00
Money to loan on approved security.
Exchanges sold, available any place
in tho United States.
Yohv Htttilneiw la Solicited.
Wo Bell cholco lota In tho Long &
Ulnirlinm nronorty. lately platted mid
adjoining Cottage Grovo, right at tho
Junction of tho S. P. It. It. and the 0. G.
& II. U. It.
Prices according to locality,
J EROMli KNOX K UO.