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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1902)
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Devoted to the Mining, Numbering and Farming Interests of this Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake.
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Ooi:;age G rove, Oregon, JPividay, Jarmavy 24, 1902.
J. E. YOUNG
(Mien mi Main uliwit, WctI Wdo -C)TTA(5l
,1. (I JOHNSON and P. (1. EIIY
.-IKonicus and Coanaclon-at-Law
flpeclnlatlmitlnn kIvoii In Mlnlnif. Cori-orn t Ion
mill Jlrrranlllu l.nw,
OlnVnnvnr (liiniimi A llomorin-y' aloto.
COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
J. S. MEDLEY
Atlom cy-at-Law o o o
; Olllro mi Mitlii street:
CoTTAOIC GltOVH, OKI!.
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C0TTAC.lt GKOVIC, OKK.
nrLVU" w. tiiohi'miK
Cll AH. A. IIAHIIT.
THOMPSON & HARDY
rlUarneys and Oounsehirs-at- Law
HitfUl alliintlnn iilvcn tiMlio Uw of Mints.
" KIJl.KNE, OKK.
L. T. HARRIS
rlttomej and (!uunselur-at-Laiv
Hcll attention KlPl I" thlaw of Mines.
I'tmt Xiitlo'iml Hunk llnllillii.
Mrs. Catherine Sclilccf, M. D.
Diseases sf Women anil Children
COTTAGE GROVE, OKK.
W. H. ROBINSON
I'lUCTK IN'I rilVHCIAN
Omixi mul residence 011 lllvcr lti'ol, near Wall.
COTTAIIKIIUOVK, - - - OltWION.
J. W. BENTLY,
Tno practical Hunt and Hlino Maker, Imated
one ilixir uvtt nf ttiu Imperial lintel, Ilcpalr
Intt neatly done.
"BARKER & PERMAN
DKAI.i:itH IN KINK
WINKS, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
Main street, Untlngn drum, Orn.
H. C. MADSEN,
Itopalrlng at reasonable charge.
All unrlc guaranteed Mrst-class.
Watches, Clock unci Jew olry ut lowest l'rlecs
COTTAGE GHOVE, OHH.
A completo line always in stock
Is Absolutely PURE, and will
OUTWEAR all other Leads.
I( yom local dealor doos not carry It wrlto
to ub and wo w III boo Unit you get it.
W. P. Hilier & Co.
Kino roalilonrocliolco lota, biialncs"
bluuku for sulu.Ioniiiu' Knox k Co,
I aAcrs, Sr.loufsMo.
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--TmmMa,.,rMi Underclothing and Footwear
for Loggers and Lumbermen, Miners, Prospectors
The Famous Cutter Shoes
in all sizes.
Special prices in Umbrellas.
The up-to-date Store where you can find what
you want at the right prices. Our sales are in
creasing way beyond our expectations. t
Evidently we arc right.
NKW CLOTHING Rest in market; keep no shoddy.
NEW SHOES No experiments; every one a success.
NEW FURNISHING GOODS Style, quality and up to date.
A KUI.L UNB OK
r.(K! A VKAIt.
nuAWixii roit i'uk-
MAI1CII lut mul Mil.
Do you know
That a Railroad is being constructed from Cottage Grove to the Bohemia 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 Bohemia 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 '
Eight 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 laud 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 we can make you acquainted if you will call
upon us or write. '
Address all communications to
i XjCXJSTG- Sd BHSTG-I-IA.M,
' " - '. O. ltOX S, COTTAGE OliOfE, OltEGOX.
Rain Weather Clothin
LEADERS IN MERCHANDISING
CoUav Grove, Oregon.
S IS WI
12c A COI'Y.
McCALL GOODS ARE
WORTH OF GOODS
YOU GET A TICKET.
CHRISTMAS WISH OF THK
LATK HOIJ INGERSOLL.
jjoi) ingersoii dead, loved,
haled, emulated, maligned, exalted,
.1 ; i :.. t.... r
I uroiJiwu i.i mil a simple 01 every "1 nere is no excuse for a man to
j other man though in his case the live in a town if he doesn't like it.
I example is magnified and the Ics-1 If you have no word of commenda
I son should therefore be more uni- tion to sav of vmir town telnet;.
versal. Ingersoii was a good citi-
zen and as fearli-ss a preachcrof his
own dogmas and creeds of agnostic -
ism as any divine who ever dis-
coursed to "a lost and perishing
world." Now some readers of this
are scowling at tne writer and ask-
ing if he can say anything favor
able about Ingersoii? Well, bless
your little, narrow, starving souls,
it would make very little difference
to Ingersoii or to God what we
might say about it. As for you,
will you suspend your great and in
fallible judgement for a minute or
two and score one for the Christmas
wish of Ingersoii. When you read
the first paragraph you may think
he was an anarchist, too, but what
difference does it make what you
think? Here is his wish: "If I
had the power to produce exactly
what I want for next Christmas, I
ouhl have all the kings and em
perors resign and allow the people
to govern themselves. I would
have all the nobility drop their
titles and give their lands back to
the people. I would have the
pope throw away his tiara, take off
his sacred vestments, and admit
that he is not acting for God is
not infallible but is just an ordi
nary Italian. I would have all the
cardinals, archbishops, bishops,
priests and clergymen tell all their
"flocks;, to think for themselves to
be manly men and womanly women,
and to do an in tneir power to in
crease the sum of human happiness
I would have all professors in col'
leges, all the teachers in schools of
every kind, including those of Sun
day schools, agree that they would
teach only what they know, that
they would not palm off guesses as
demonstrated truths. I would like
to see all the politicians changed to
statesmen to men who long to
make their country great and free,
to men who care more for public
good than private gain, men who
long to be of use. I would like to
see all the editors of papers and
magazines agree to prinSthe truth
and nothing but the truth, to avoid
all slander and misrepresentation,
and to let the private affairs of
people alone. I would like to see
drunkenness and prohibition both
abolished. I would like to see
corporal punishment done away
within every home, in every school,
in every asylum, reformatory and
prison. tJruelty Hardens ana de
grades, kindness reforms and en
nobles. I would like to see the
millionaires unite and form a trust
for the public good. I would like
to see a fair division of profits be
tween capital and labor, so that
the toiler could save enough to
mingle a little June with the De
cember of his life. I would like to
see an international court estab
lished in which to settle disputes
between nations, so that armies
could be disbanded and the great
navies allowed to rust and rot in
perfect peace. I would like to see
the whole world free free from in
justice, free from supestition. This
will do for next Uliristmas. I ue
following Christmas I may want
XnticA nf flllnc Hfid recnnUnir of nunnlfltnen-
IhI Hrtii'lesof incorporation ot Lo Hoy Mining
To Whom It May Concern :
Nntlra U horuliv elvon that In mirsuanco to n
resolution duly adopted by the Stockholders
ol the Ias Hoy Mining Cnmpauy on the lOili day
of December, 1M1. tlio Hoard of Directors have
filed for record In tho ofllto of the Secretary of
State and with tho County Clerk of I-ano
County, Oregon, Supplementary Artlolos of In
corporation of the (m Itoy Mining Company.
The purposoof said Supplementary ArtlcleBof
Incorporation Is of increasing tho Capital Stock
of mid Lo Itoy Mining Company from 1100,000
Dated this 6th day of January, A. D. 1002.
J. L. LE KOV, President.
I'. G. liBY, Secretary. 1
TIIK DISGRUNTLKD MAN
A brother editor who evidently
sees things in life as they are says
'of an individual we all know:
unions or its people; emigrate,
j You won't stop the clock by going
j away; the church bells will have
the same musical ring; the dogs
will play just as frisky; the fish in
the creeks will bite just as well,
and the pure air, bright sunshine
and sparkling water will have the
same health-giving properties.
Speak a good word for your neigh
bor if you can; if you can't, don't
everlastingly enlarge on his faults.
If you have become thoroughly
soured and disgruntled, move
away; go somewhere where things
STATE VALUES RAISED
The assessed value of all taxable
property in Oregon, for the year
1901, as returned by the assessors
of the 33 counties to the secretary
of state, is $149,743,882.96, against
$'25,738,761-13. being an increase
for 1 90 1 over 1900 of $23,500,005
in round numbers after deducting
exemptions which were about $500,-
000 more 111 rooi than in 1000.
The values were raised by the
assessors in every county in the
state except Benton, Douglas,
Harney, Lake, Malheur aud Yam
hill, in each of which there was a
small decrease. In Lane the in
crease was $276,000 and in Mult
nomah the increase was $16,344,
000. In-i89r-the-.totaU assessment
in the state was $151 700,000 In
1892 it was $168,088,000. From
that time it decreased steadily un
til in 1900 it was $125,738,000, and
this year it has increased almost as
much as it decreased in eight years
from 1892 to 1000.
New backgrounds and acces
sories. Hest Lenses and Cameras.
8 years in
Portland. Nothing but first-class
work. All work guaranteed.
Lowest prices, call and examine
Opposite Masonic hall. West
side, Cottage Grove.
THE WATCHWORD IS
G. O. Walker of Walker is
justly proud of his deservedly
Never tiring, he has not failed
to grasp every oportunity to secure
for his customers the top price for
their produce of e-ery kind.
Only JLook !
And you will know his goods
and prices are right. He now offers
a Beautiful Necktie free to his cus
tomers with their next $2.00 cash
purchase. Ask him for Schil
lings teas, coffees, spices, etc, aud
you know you have the best.
buy nny preparation , at J.
P. Currin's that Is advertised In any
paper. Remember we maku a specialty
ol family receipts.