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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1902)
AM, II !' I A t I, IICSINI'.hH
tll'.X Ol' tllM'TAHH (IIIOVI'.
Aiivitnrisr. in tin: nikkiist,
THI N'lNKIKT JOIl OfTICK
TUHNS OUT NIIUU WOltK AT
MOST KUASONAIII.H I'llICUS.
Devoted to the Mining, Lumbering and Harmiitfj Interests of this Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grul Stake,
Oofctoxge Grove, Oregon, Friday, January 31, 1902.
J. E. YOUNG
-Ontro nil Main ntli'.t, Vt Nhlo-
Cottacjh Gkovh, Oku.
,1. G. .10IINS0X ami I'. (!. KIIV
fUtoriicuxaml douiixclovs-at-l.iiw FtlTlTlCrS.
RXoll nllfiitlrni idled In MlMliiK,('urXirlliili
Hllil Mnti'Hlilllii l.n.
Offlcoiiverilnriiiaii .V lliiuiciiway'istnro.
COTTAGE GROVE, OKI?.
of Rainy Weather Clothing,
Underclothing and Footwear
and Lumbermen, Miners, Prospectors
HARVEY K. HINDS.
Ilnrvey K. Hinds, the noted
pioneer writer and historian and
distinguished Methodist preacher
'died in Portland last Sunday morn-
J. S. MEDLEY
: lllllcn mi Jlnlii itruft ;
CoTTAOK C.KOVIt, OUK.
Famous Cutter Shoes
in all sizes.
Special prices in Umbrellas.
I'roiiijit attention M to MJtilnie lltmliioM.
Cottar it Gnovu, Oku.
mantis w. tiinnrwiK CIUK. A. IIAHIlV.
THOMPSON & HARDY j
rttloriitusnnd Uauiiselors-ul- Law
BiHifiiniieiiiiii mivpii 'i;".IL!iLiL'",M
" "i:i!ui:nk, ouk.
L. T. HARRIS
,-Ktorneu H'tl (!oititsclor-U-Law
HrUI lleiillMUeii J," Hie I ' Mint.
rtrat Niitlonu! Hunk llnilillnn.
:IN & BRISTOW,
He had no ambition, no pride. He
dawdled here and there, he became
a lounger about the theaters, he
picked up acquaintances who were
a damage to him. And finally,
when he tired ot it nil, he resorted
to the revolver and brought the
worthless game to an end.
'He had too much money ever
to amount to anything," said the
it is a remark
MILK IN POWDER FORM.
ing, January 19, aged about 73
years. He was a native of Iletki
mer county, New York, and came
to Oregon in 1852. He has been
... . .n . I I ..r.l. r-4l.-
an lnuuenwai prcacucro. uic .mciuu- fatn:iv (ioctor. and
dist church for nearly fifty y"!rlch j,i moral warnig
ana nas necn active in me upuuuo-, pjain Deaier
ing of the state. He is the author j ' .
of a history of the northwest, a
large and interesting volume in
which the lives and deeds of many
of the early settlers are recorded,
preserved for future reference.
More than twenty years ago he
was the republican nominee for
representative in congress but was
defeated by the democratic candi
date. ex-Governor John Whiteaker
of Eugene. His second wife was
Mrs. Judkms of Eugene. Lew
preachers have served longer or ex
erted a wider influence in Oregon
than H. K. Hinds. Journal.
The up-to-date Store where you can find what
you want at the right prices. Our sales arc in
creasing way beyond our expectations.
Evidently we are right.
Mm. Katlicrliic Sclilccf, M. I).
.Diseases of Women ami flul'lffll .
corr.usK uuovH, ouk.
CLOTHING Hcst in market; keep no shoddy.
SHOES -No experiments; every one a success.
FURNISHING GOODS Style, quality and up tq date.
W. H. ROBINSON
omcunti'l tonliloiiro mi Hirer Ktiwl.ncwr Wall.
I.I NT. or
J. W. BENTLY,
Trip prilleil HiHit mill Hhiw MuVcr.
one iliMir wvrl of the I iiixrlHl llotol.
Inn ni'Htlv 1I11110.
BARKER & PERMAN
THE EXCHANGE" HSr
-- -ni:.u.i:us is ri.sn
WINES, LIQUORS. CIGARS.
Mnln street, Uiillngo llmtB, lr.
H. C. MADSEN, "
Ilopnlrlim Ht roHMiunlilP Hiiirxo.
All work KHiimniciMl ilrm i-lnwi.
Vnlflie, c loi'Uii inn! Jowolryiit lowest rrli-cn
COTTAliK OUOVK. OUK.
Mm A YKAU.
DUAN'LNii l"OU l'UK
MAIiCll let ami Tilh.
LEADERS IN MERCHANDISING
ColtiQu Grove, Oreyross.
r.V A COl'V.
McCALL CiOODS AUK
WORTH OK GOODS
YOU-GET A TICKET.
KNOWLEDGE IS WE A LT
I iroMxaYi oclw to omiv!i
r iUUIIIUllrfll UO. ?(
A completu line always in stock
Is Absolutely PURE, and will
OUTWEAR all other Leads.
H youi local iloiilor iloon not etirry It write
to us and wo w 111 to 0 llmt you get It.
W. P. Hifier & Co.
l''ino rouliloiiKi'i, choicu lots, business
blocks (or sale Jjiome Knox & Co,
Do you know
Tluit 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 Rohemia 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 Eour 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 Gi W. Long) has been platted iu lots and acreage and is being offered
on terms that will enable you to double on your investment in n very short time ?
The above is a few of the faots with which we can make you acquainted if you will call
upon us or write. 4
Address all communications to'
2. O. BOX S, COTTAGE GROVE, OJIEQOX.
THE TEACHER'S FAULT
School teachers somelimes ask
their pupils queer questions, if one
may believe a story told by the
youngest member of the Withiug
His mother one morning dis
covered a shortage in her supply of
pies, baked the day betore, and her
susnicions fell upon Johnny. iTHE
"Johnny, she said, "do you
know what became of that cherry
nie thatAvas on the second shelf in
At the last monthly meeting of
the Swedish Agricultural Society,
Dr. M. Eckenberg. a well-known
chemist, made an important com
munication which is of great inter
est for the dairy industry. The
professor has discovered that the
substantial essence of milk can be
reduced to a fine powder. If this
powder be dissolved in a certain
quantity of water it becomes again
ordinary milk, with all its nutritive
qualities, its taste and smell. Ex
periments with this milk powder
were entirely successful, and the
discovery, as is so often the case,
was a pure accident, which has
given the most extraordinary re
sults: The milk powder, or flour,
is rather like ordinary flour, and
can be packed in wood or tins, or
even in sacks or paper bags.
WASTE OF TIMBER.
"Yes, ma'am," he replied;
ate it. But I had to."
"You had to!" exclaimed
astonished mother. "What
you mean, child?"
"The teacher asked yesterday if
any of us could tell her how many
stones there are in a cherry pie,
and I could not find out without
eating the whole pie, could I?
There's just a hundred and forty
two." Youth's Companion.
Illinois Central Proposes to Substi
tute "Hello" Service.
Telephones willsoon supplant
the telegraph on the entire Illinois I
Central system. Contracts have
been let for the equipment of the
railroad's 5000 miles of lines with
the new service.
The management plans to aban
don the telegraphic means of com
munication in favor of the voice-
carrying wires. All train oroers
and messages of every sort are to
be transmitted by the long-distance
apparatus instead of the telegraph
The Illinois Central railroad
owns and operates more than 5000
miles of road. To equip this with
the new system v ill cost about
$iqo a mile, or $500,000 for the
St. I'nul Pioneer I'rew.
Lumbering has been going on in
Minnesota for over-.fifi
ing wlSratTtiBie1 "it"'ip'pr8b,a
to say that $120,000,000 worth of
pine has been cut. Of this amount
perhaps $20,000,000 worth was
granted to railroads. How much
has the United States received for
all this pine? Beginning with the
year 1849 and up to October. 1897,
the exact and total amount that
the United States has received for
all lands sold in Minnesota agri
cultural as well as timber lands
was just $7,280,599.40. If these
splendid pine forests had beeu
managed on forestry principles the
general government would have re
ceived many more million dollars,
and Minnesota herself would have
been in a much better situation.
THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL
A remark fraught with wisdom
was uttered under tragic circum
stances by a New York physician a
.short time ago. He was called to
the bedside of a young man of a
fine family who had just ended his
life by putting a bullet through his
heart. The doctor was a family
physician and had known the
youth for years. He shook his
head sadly as he raised the lifeless
hand and let it drop.
"He was a boy of brains," he
said, "but he had too much money
ever to amount to anything."
That was the root of the evil in
this case, as it is iu so many others.
The young man had a settled in
come. It turned his mind from
work. He led the life of an idler.
THE WATCHWORD IS
G. O. Walker of Walker is
justly proud of his deservedly
Never tiring, he has not failed
to irraso everv oportunity to secure
for his customers the top price for
their produce of every kind.
Only fliook !
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, and
you know you have the best.
Notice ot nilng niul nu'oriUiig ot jnpplomeu.
iirlloles ut Incorporation ot Lo Hoy Mining
To Whom It May Connem:
Nottoe 1 horutiy ulvon that In piirUHiico to u
resolution iluly iiiluptinl by th Stockholders
01 tho I.o Uoy Mlnlni? Couitwuy on tho lLtli ily
or Iioceiiihor, l'.ifll. tho Iloanl ot Directors hiivo
tlleil for reeonl in tho olllco ot ths Secretary ot
Statu niul with the t'mmty Clerk pf Una
County, Ort-Kon, Supplementary Articles of In
corporation of tho !. Uoy Mlnlnis Company.
The purport nahl Supplomoutury Articles of
Incorporation IsotiniToatliiBlhe ?I,1I,,5'0Jj5
of nalil I.o Hoy Mining Company from f 100,000
Dated this litlulay of January, A. V.
J. U 1.13 UOY, I'reslutyit.
F. 0. Eby, Secretary.
KonUimher vi umbo a itiruiulty
Yon can buy any pmpnration
1. Ciirriii's linn is iKivurnseu