Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907, February 28, 1902, Image 1

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    AIli UP-IO-IM I'll IIIJSlNlISH
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AllVICHTISH IN Till: NIKKll'.T.
Tin: nijuokt .ion oki'Iuk
TUItNS OUT OOOIi woiik at
MOST K1IASONA II I, K' 1'ltIUKS.
Devoted to the Mining, Lumbering and l'arininj; Interests of this Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake.
VOL. XV
Cottage Orove, Oregon, 'JTvidoy, 'Aohx'uavy 28,1902.
3STO. 7
are juuuunx.
I'KOI'HSSIONAL.
J. E. YOUNG
AUonm-ul-Liw
Oniri) on MkIii itirot, WmI HM
COTTAUIC GltOVIt, OKH.
!. U JOHNSON and F, (!. HIIY
?l Hartleys and (Umnsdors-at-I.aw
lcll MLnlloii ii h en In MnliiK,:Prjttlnn
Hint Men-niHUi. jiw,
Ofllr nvor llirniaii A IIjiimiii rty'o utorc.
COTTAGli GKOVIi, OKH.
J. S. MEDLEY
Jlllornay-al-Lu.w o o o
;--Ollleo mi Jlnln trrol :
COTTAOIC OltOVK, OKI!.
JEROME KNOX
dttoi'iicy-iU-Law
rrouitttiillnii In MIiiIiik I1iilnc.
CoTTACJH GKOVIi, OKIt.
IIKLMUH W. TlinMI-MN I'M AH. A. IIAIlllY.
THOMPSON & HARDY
?1 Hartleys mid Cuutiselars-at' Law
HpecUl ull.nllnn iiIycii In llit lim of Milieu.
himVhnh, oku.
L. T. HARRIS
fl Homey mid (!uiuisclur -iit-I,uw
Hcll ttnllon I von tu Hie Uw nf .Mlntn.
First Niltinn:ll Itmik llulldlllg.
BUUKNK, OUK.
Mrs. Kalhcrlnc Schlccf, M. I).
Dlsiasw of Women and Children
COlTAtilv liKOVH, OltK. ,
W. H. ROBINSON
-I'mnit iMi rinnicus-
ome. mill teMrnce nu llhrr iltml, iimr Wnll.
I. COTTAIir.OIHlVi:. - - OIIIXION.
HUSINIiSS.
"BARKER & PERMAN
I'HIU'Hir.TIIIIH OK
THE EXCHANGE -7
UHAl.MtH IN KINK
WINKS, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
Mln trol, CnllMen ln'. ir.
H."C. MADSEN,
Watciimakhk.
UoimirlnK nl rrMiiiiiililc clmrKCS.
All work Kiiiirniiloeil MrM-Wniu.
Wntphon, ;lrk mi'l Jewelry nt UiWOit l'rk'ca
COTTAGE OltOVE. OHH.
lunwm HmiiTuw, llnmiitiiT Kakin,
1 ri'niilcnl, Canhlcr.
'Flic First National Bank
CoTTAort Gkovh, Orm.
Paid up Capital, $25,000.00
Money to loan nu approved m'lirlty.
Kxclinntfim Hold, available anv .ilaco
in the United StuteH.
Youi' lliinincxs In Solicited,
-Harness anil Sailfay.
MAIN HTIIKKT, COTTAOK OltOVK.
George Meinzer, Prop.
A lino lino of irnrnoHH. Bmldloi, Whips, IIUKdy
ItoboM, I3tlior HultliiR, Klc, nlwn'yii on lmncl.
AUktmliof JlcpHlrlng ft Snocliilty AllhiimU
sowed work turnuil out.
Our Knrmcr Krlemln cun get the very bout nt
Iho Ixiwcut Living 1'rlcon. Oornu 111 unit oxhih.
Ino Ilia goods mid cu (or youreoU,
SCHLEFS
GROCERY. . .
Cornorol Mulnnml Bocond St., CottngoOrovo
Carries a lino lino of Groceries, No
Hone,' Candles, Tobuceos, Nuts and
Stationery.
Our prices Bro right and vyo will givo
you
Good Value-fov Vour Money.
All kinds if 1RaiInWeal,,(:r 1?;hin&
tmmgmmmBmmmmmmmmBmaBmm Underclothing aild lOOtWCar
for Loggers and Lumbermen, Miners, Prospectors
and Farmers.
The Famous Cutter Shoos iu:
EAKIN
regiliiiate gusipess Methods is tlje first principle tljut is
responsible for tl,c constant grow'tlj of our business
We kee the assortment of goods that people want, we don't misrepresent values. Our goods
are first class and our prices are right. We know this or oursales would not be more than double
our former years.
New Hue off Skirts, black and grey's, made in latest
styles. Oiib spring line off .shirt waists is here and
they are beauties. To have your ehoieeet your .waist
now. ' '
See our Center Window. These goods will be given away March o'h. Every $i.oo worth of
goods you buy you get a chance.
mm heuewiim LEyN,,CHoA.G
KNOWLEDGE IS WEALTH !
Do you know
That a Railroad is being constructed from Cottage Grove to 'thc;Bohernta' 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 Suicltcrs
through Long & llinghnm's warehouse. '
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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. Iong) has been platted in lots and acreage and is being offered
on terms that will enable you to double on your investment in.n very shorttime ? .
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The above is a few of the facts with which we can make you acquainted if you will ciall
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upon us or write.
Address all communications to ' '
All leading merchants advertise
in all sizes.
Special prices in Umbrellas.
& BRISTOW.
:
XjOnSTGr & BnSTGM-IA.M,
1: o. box s, cottage a it oris, oiii:gov.
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4n the Nugget.
TONGUH ON IRRIGATION.
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iiji!Hics3ui;iii j. own ue nas uecn
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1 uiisicuiMviiivu ijy 11 iiiiuiuci ui
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western papers on his position with
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reference, to national irrigation. It '
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is true. that the bill introduced fori
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1 consideration of congress did not
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1 Mitttfat It lit I nnntnifnl ltai- (lint
k. tvai.it ilia up nuvai uui iiitii
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does not.signify that he is an oppo-
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neiu ot irrigation, remaps inc
best explanation of bis position on
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u..l..w.uuu,.M. .cu ,..iU..ew
irrigation measure he has drawn
and which was introduced tu the
house recently. A. careful read -
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iiigof its provisions w. I convince
the people that his head is level on
ini.s point.
.His 'proposed new bill provides
for the; accumulation of a reclama
mation' fund from sales of public
lands. ' One half of this fund is to
be at the disposal of the Secretary
of the Interior for' use iri examiua-
Hons and surveys to ascertain the
extent tc.uhicli and lands inny
De
reclaimed, Ideation of reservoir
sites, available amount of water and
the gunge -iflpw of' rivers. The
I otner naiiOMiie iuna is 10 oe piacea
at tne nisposai oi tne secretary 01
, Agricuftural1 to cmdUct mvestiga-
t tions of frrigatip laws and investi-J
1 pate methodybywhich water may
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be conserved, distributed and used
, The measure also contains a featurejto0 much water coming n on thcm
adapting it to the legislation which He wUl rxmz operations as
various states have enacted or may ! thpv cn wl1rp t. nrnnar mn
iMinrr rplnliv In tlif fnrinntifm nf
""icnmerv.
irrigation district. It provides '
that where such districts have been 1 SOTICK
organized and bonds voted to pro-!
vide funds for the purpose of.cotiM
Structing irrigationinvorks, pubho
lands in such district shall be sub
ject to taxation on like terms as
other lands in the irrigation dis
trist lor the purpose of paying prin-
fcipal and interest 011 said bonds and
maiiitainanceand operative charges.
I Irrigation projects in such irriga -
i'tion districts will be subject to the
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approval of the Secretary of the In -
terior. and when oronounced Drac -
ticable' and constructed, public
lands within such district shall be
subject only to a homestead entry
of not ' exceeding 80 acres, final
proof to.be conditional on entire
reclamation in addition to the re
quirements of the present home
stead act. The object of this meas
ure; is trrextendi practical national
aid to actual irrigators, rather than
'the ''inauguration of a' system' of
government control. 'Eugene Reg
ister. ' '
GOOD RROTECTION.
The following from the Tele-
gram cites other protection for deer
besides game wardens:
"Game Warden Quimby was no
tified last' week that parties were
running dogs and slaughtering deer
near Gates, in Linn county.
A special deputy game warden
started immediataly for Gtjtes, and
upon arriving there learned that
there were parties running dogs
south of town across the Santiam
river. The game warden soon
located the hunters, and on arriv
ing at the hunter's house found 1 1
green hides, but instead 'of being
deer hides, they proved to be five
large panther hides and six wildcat
skins. The supposed deer slayer
proved to be, L. T, Henniss, a well
known and respected citizen.
' Although it was reported that he
had killed 60 deer this winter, Mr.
Henniss is.doiug perhaps more to
protect the deer than any other
man in the state of Oregon outside
of the game .wardens, so far as'
heard from. It is estimated by the
best authorities that each panther
and wildcat will catch on an aver
age of one deer a week. Mr, Hen
niss has. killed 11 panthers and
wildcats within .'the .past ".month.
That means a saving of 572 deer
tll rnmincf vpfir
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AIr- Henniss found two panthers
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killing a large buck. He killed
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both panthers and saved the horns
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of the buck. Upon another occa-
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sion lle oud two panthers that
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ll!ul kl'Ic(' a leer a"fl dragged it
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under a shelving rock. He bagged
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' both of these animals also.
A party of timber cruisers re
ported to the deputy game warden
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the findi nffofthe carcasses of five
deer kjlIecl , 0e d , her3
, and w,dcatSi Tne killing of pan.
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thers and wildcats, in the opinion
I oftlecr hunlers shouId be cncoltr.
Lged by more nberal boMnties,.
County Clerk Lee has mailed
notices to all judges and clerks of
election informing them of their
appointment by the county court.
Each judge and clerk is required
to notify the countv clerk within
j tw0 weeks from dateof the le,ter of
1 his acceptance, otherwise the court
wiU appoint a new judge or clerk
in his stead Those who accent
I should not dejay ; so notifying the
COunty clerk. Eugene Register.
J. D. Fletcher returned from
Ruch Monday . with his ' force of
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luicu, iiavmg ueen coiupeiieu 10
dose down the on ., nf
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Mining Journal.
FOIt PUllUCATION.
United State Land OITice.
Jtrwebnrjj, OreoiioKubli-li.
r. "otU'eirfieriJlrtnfvcnth"artnTomIlt
iufceultli tfio. nrin'icirms of the nut of
Uonj:re!H of June 3, 1878,. entitled "An
net fur the sale of timber Iamln in tho
Staten of California, Oregon, Nevada,
anil AVashlngton Territory," as extended
to all the 1'uljlie Laint Staten by act of
Aimim-l, 1802, Arthur I. Meyer of Eu
gene, Omnty of Lane, State of Oregon,
has this day filed in this office hi
MU'nrn Htnf Minput fi- fnr fli nur-
! rhaee of the SW of Section No 2,
I Towneliip 20 South, of Kanise 8 V., V.
I M.; and will offer proof to show that tha
1 land noiiclit is more valuable for its tim-
1 w or Ht0 ,n". . or agricultural pur.
pope, and to establish his claim to said
land before (hn Kegiater and Receiver of
tins ollice at Kosetiurg, Oregon, on
Thursday the 15th day of May, 1002.
He niiniva us witnesses;
M. It. Janiiey, C. ii. Walker, Jack
Murphy, David Murphy, of Eugene,
Any and all'persons claiming adverse
ly' Hie nudvo-descrlbed lands Ora re
quested to file their claims in this office,
on or before, said loth day of Muyr 1002.
J.T. Bhiduks. Register.
NOriCB FOR PUBLICATION,
United States Land Oflico,
Rosebiirg, Oregon, Feb. 24, 1002.
Nofico is hereby given that in com
pliance with thu provisions of the act of
Coneress of Juno 3, 1878, entitled "An
act for the sale of timber lands in tho
States of California, Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington Territory," as extended
to all tho Public Land States by act of Au
gust 4. 1802. OiihIow II. Jarrett.of Sagi-
naw.Countyof Lane.StatoofOregon, has
statement No. 2008, for tho purcliubu of
the Lots No. 1,8,0. and 16 of Section
No. 20, Township 21 South, of Rango 2
Westand will oiler proof to show Unit
tho land sought is inure valuable for ita
timber or stone than for agricultural
purposes, and to establish his claim to
said land before the Register and Re
ceiver of this Gjffieo at Rosebuig, Ore
gon, on Friday, the Otli day of May,
1002.
Ho names as jvitnesses:
Honey Pattern, A. Anderson, I'd Jones,
Georgo Downes, of Cottago Grove, Ore
gon. Any and all persons claiming tulvorso
ly tho above-described lauds aro re
quested to llleheir claims in this oifico
on or beforu said 0th day of May, 1002.
.1. T. UiitixiKH, Register.
T UXXEL COXTJiAfiT.
Tho Bohemia Gold Mining Company
invites bids for tho extension of its Bos
ton Tunnel near Benson, Bohemia Dis
trict, for an additional length of 350feot.
The tunnel to bo 6 feet wido, 0J. foct
high in tho clear. Payments to bo
mado monthly, 20 per cent of contract
price to bo held back until tho contract
is completed. Thero must bo four part
ners In tho contract. Thoy must do two
shifts of twomoncauh in ovory 24 hours,
and must furnish all supplies, excepting
tho car, rails and air pipo, Tho Com
pany reserves tho right to' ftfjoct any
aud'all bids. Address all eonuntinic.t
tions to E. II. Thomas, Secretary of tho
Company, No, 50 North Main St., Fall
Rlvor, Maes.
GKORGE W. LLOYD, Mangr.
una uuv uitni 111 nut imiru ihh hwiitii
TtlUf I hf II oil fill la iYi,7fJ,
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