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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1902)
C. J. HOWARD
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Advertising UnU-s m.-u'r ku.ivin upon
THIS t.V Prill Is kept on HI t K, C DruVe's
Advertising Atrenev, HdandM Merchants 1.x
riving, SMI Fniiteleo. California where con
tracts for Adrerttirlutrctin be made for It.
Friday, March 28, 1902.
There is a rumor on the streets
to the effect that Dr Job, the nomi
nee for mayor of Cottage Grove, at
the coining election, will use his
efforts to -tlefeat the city in the
street assessment case now pending
The rumor is evidently put in cir
culation by tliO'ie who are opposed
to Dr Job, and is silly and incon
sistent. Anyone who will give the
matter a moments attention will
conclude that no matter what a
mayor's inclinations might he on a
subject of that kind, that he could
exercise no influence whatever for
or against, that would have any
hearing on the case. The esse is
beyond the consideration and in
fluence of the executive officers of
the municipality. It is now in the
hands of the court. The attorneys
are the only ones who can order or
have the case dismissed. The
friends of Dr. Job need not worry.
He will be found a sturdy worker,
fair, upright and honorable in his
dealings; and his past record is
witness that under no consideration
would he become a party to tricks
and dishonorable methods for or
against the city. He is an honest,
painstaking, upright man, upon
whom the burden and respoui
hilitv of municipal office has rei-ted
year in and year out, and that is
the kind of a man that is needed to
preside over a city government
The Nugrget has been asked to
call attention to the conduct of cer
tain parties who make it a habit to
visit the depot at train timeand cut
up and act funny when the trains
pull in. While in most part the
actions are harmless and un
thoughted on the part of the par
ticipants, still it goes without say
iug that it places the town in a very
bad light when viewed by the av
erage passenger; and in some in
stances much rudeness has been re
sorted to, in yelling aud guying
travelers. It is, at its best, un
gentlemanly, and cannot help re
flecting on the participants as well
as the town, and weshould all have
more pride than to practice such
There is some strife between the
east and west republican delegates
to the County Convention. The
fault is not altogether one-sided,
but each delegation should make
strenuous efforts to put up a solid
front. In this way South Lane can
do something ot direct benefit to
this section of the county. We
will make a better appearance, will
have more weight, and will feel
better generally, if we can fall into
There is some talk among the
delegates of West Cottage Grove to
use their efforts in the matter of se
curing the nomination of a South
Lane man for county commissioner.
It has been a long time since this
section of Lane county has been
represented in the county court,
and south Lane is certainly deserv
ing of some consideration.
The mining, farming, timbering
and stock raising industries are
what make enterprising and thrifty
towns. Watch Cottage Grove and
vicinity and you will be convinced
that this is the place where all of
these named industries thrive.
Every man should have pride
enough to keep his own back yard
clean whether his neighbor does or
notthis can be applied in various
ways but just now it is applicable
to the back door yards of many of
the residences of this city.
The city of Roseburg has, with
out doubt the dirtiest and muddiest
streets of any city of its size on the
Pacific coast. We hate to say it of
any city, but we have to we never
could tell n lie about such things.
Cottage Grove extends a hearty
welcome to homeseekcrs. Come
and get acquainted with this section
of Oregon the best people on earth,
Watch Bohemia this season.
Knight" of I'yllihiH watch oliarni 011
Jliucli '0. 1'imlur will be snitslily re
warded by returning same to l II,
SubucriOe J'or ttc .Xuyucl.
Hew Things Went In East and West
Precincts The Best of Feeling
Prevailed Among Voters.
Despite the inclemency of the
weather the republican primaries
were well attended last Saturday, in
fact there were more voters in at
tendance th.ui ever before at Cot
tage Grove on such occasions.
KAST COTTAGK OROVH
The meeting was presided over
hv Chairman C. H. llurkholder. C.
J. Howard being elected secretary.
Great interest was manuestcu irom
beginning to end, ns there were
twenty-two delegates Humiliated
with two distinct tickets in the field.
The best of harmony and good ol
der prevailed 'niwever, and the los
ing candidates topic their defeat
complacently. The following is
the list ol delegates to tne Kepuun
can Couutv Convention to be held
at Ku'.'ene tomorrow:
C. J. Howard
Charley Van Delibttrg
A. J. Anderson
Col. W. H. Blair
Elmer Doolittle was nominated
for road supervisor.
WEST COTTAGK GROVK
Darwin Bristow was elected
chairman and F. G. Eby secretary.
The meeting was an enthusiastic
one and an especially strong dele
gation was named as follows:
X. W. White
G. W. McUeynolds
J. E. Young
W. C. Johnson
F. G. Eby
G. W. McFarland was nominated
for road supervisor.
SOUTH LANK DKMJGATES
Wallace G W-Kelly, W G Mas
Siuslaw-M B Stone, P F Davis,
J H Crow. J F White.
Bohemia-W W Hawley, CyJ
Bingham, C A Harlow.
Saginaw R E Walker, Geo
Walker, F L Kennedy, Fred
Wright, Geo LEpps, Ike Fieeuiau.
W W Wilcox.
MINE I XL SL'HVKV, NO. 45.
United States Lund Offiite,
Ito.-ebnrg, Ore., March 20, 1IW2.
Kntii'u is hereby given that in ntirsii
unce of the Act of (JonnruSii, approved
aiuy iv, mi me urextin-uolorado Mm
inciind Development Company,!! cor
purutiim, who-e piHtofTiee is Portland,
Oregon, litis uiadu application lor a
patent lor us Claim Knoun as the Ore
gon-Colorado consolidated CitiurU Claims
consisting 01 loUO linear feet on th
Dewey lode beuriu cold, the came being
14 10 lectKiiilliealorly and b4 feet north
westerly from Dii-eoverv Cutt hereon
wmi Bunucu giuunu ojii leet in winm,
and of 1500 linear feet on the Marie lodo
bearing gold, the same being 1(50 fee.t
southeasterly and 13-10 feet northwesterly
from Discovery Cut thereon, with sur
face ground (J00 feet in width, the said
consolidated claims being contiguous
and hituated in Bohemia (Unorganized)
.uiiiiug lipinci, nougins loumy, mine
of Oregon, and dii-ciibed bv the' official
plat, herewith posted, and' bv the field
notes on lile in theofTice of the Register
of Jio-eburg Land District. Oregon, as
follow's, to-wit :
. Dewey I.ode: Beginning at corner No
1, whence the northeast corner of sec. 24
in suspended tp M, nrleWl1 M bears
n52 deg 37 mm w 212.i.64 ft U S Min
eral Monument "Bohemia Mine" in s
22!) bears n 24 deglSmin w 5407.41 ft. A
uaisum s in iiam bears s 53 deg 3S n.in
e 20.18 ft a Hi- 11 ins diam h?ars n 2 deg
55 mm e21 115 ft eacli blazed and scri lied
I! T 1-445. Thenco s 42 doc 35 miti w
592.50 It to corner No 2; thence h 47 deg
53 mill o 1500 ft lo corner No 3 ; thence n
(leg jo mm C674.3S ft to corner No. 4 ;
thence n 47 deg 11 inin 30 pc w 1409.05
ft to corner No 1 the place of beginning,
containing 20.09 acres.
Maiie Lode: Beginning nt corner No
i, luenticai with corner JXoU of the
Dewey Lode of this survey, whence then
e comer of m?c 24 in siisnended tn eft
rleof the W. 51. bears n 3(1 deg 42
mm m sec w JK)4.4 It U H 41 M "llo
heinia 5Iine" M S No 229, hours n 18
deg 50 min 20 sec w 6720.01 ft. Thence
s 44 deg 3 mill w 570.88 ft to' corner No
2; thence 5.47 (leg 10 min 40 sec o
1499.48 ft to comer No 3; thence n 44
dej; 3 min o 595.30 to corner No 4, iden
tical with corner No 3 Dewey Lode of
this survey; thence n 47 deg 53 min w
1500 ft to comer Xo 1, the place of be
ginning, containing 20.174 ncies.
The total and net area of the Oregon
Coloiado Consolidated QuurU Claims is
40.201 acres j tbev me located in the n):
mv of sec 19 tp 23 s i- 2 o of the V M
(iiuiiirvoyad), and the namo of the ad
joining claim as shown by the plat of
survey is the Don Lodo on the south
J.T. IhiiDor.H, Register.
Auctioneer, If! years experience. Fine
stock sales u specialty. Vi'ritu for dates.
J. S. Sriuaf, Uugene, Oiegon.
For some time past protracted
meetings have been held at the
school house by Rev. Cole, Ad
venlist, which have btotight several
into that church and they have
now started a Sabbath school.
Under the direction of Miss Ida
Smith the school has been making
George Barlow who has been
holding n position in the saw mill
on Coast Fork since the first of the
year returned home Sunday.
The railroad company has added
another sidetrack to the yard here
to enable them to handle the trutVic
VU ! i- -' -4- -J-
St. K. CHURCH
AtthuM.E church next Sun
day evening an Easter program
will be rendered by the Sunday
school. Epworth League ns usual
and preaching at n a. in.
The C. E. Endeavor will render
nn Easter program at the church at
7.30 p. 111. instead of the regular
t'nlted States Imu oilier,
itofctmrg, (Itrmm, "lurch 21, l!Mt
Notleo Is hi'wby itlven that In compliance
with tho provision of the art of Congress uf
line S, t.HiS, entitled " Mi net for tin- sale ot
timber lands In thu State of California, dregim
Xcvailn.Rml warhinxtoti Terr tory," b extend
ed to nil the l'nblle Laud Stte bv m-t of An
glut I, WM, me Noluii. of ftuilnaw, County
of Lane, Stnte of Oreimn. liasthii dnv tiled In
tills olllee 111 sworn statement No 2111, for the
(urphiue of the 811-1 of seeilon no. as. town
ht 21 south, of ranee 2 west, and will offer
proof to show that the land oui(ht I more val
uable for (Is tlmlior or tonet'ian forargrU'tittu
rl purposes, mid lo ctatltn hlselalm to aM
land before tho register and rei-elverof this of
flee at lto.cburir. oiegon, on 'Ihursday tho U
dav of June, 102.
lie namens witnesses:
A. J. Anderson, of Stern, Oregon, Oeo.
Dnwi.cs. Bonn Patten and Joo Perkins of Cut
Any and all persons elatmlnir sdterscly the
abnve-deserlbeil lund nro roiueited to tile
their etalms In thl-uitleo on or before said 12
day ol June, KM.
J. T. II It I does lteglater.
MINERAL SlinVEV NO. 438.
t'nlteil States Ijiml Ofdce
Rosebiirx, Oregon. March an, lwr.'
Notice Is hereby jrtven tliat In pursuance of
tho net of Congress approve.1 Mav 1(1. IS7i, the
Oregon-Colorado MlnlnK, "llllliiit and Pevclop
ment Compuny. a corporation. whte pnstonicc
Is Portland. Oreiron, bv Ik seeretrv. K I Hard
duly anlhorlred thereio. hn nia.le at pllentlun
for a-patent for Its cl-dm kT.. 11 an the I'onll
rtencc CousolP aled gmirti lalm, w sisilint ol
U8S linear feet on 'hi- liora lode hearing 10M.
the same being fifet Northwe.terlv ami 7
feet Southeasterly from DWrnienr Cut thereon,
with surface ifrouiul ro) feet In wiilih: and of
1157 linearfeet on the Saii'))soiilo.le bearing void
the same being 120 feet Northwesterly and 13.'7
feet Southeasterly frein Discovery Cut thereon,
with surface grounil WI fee" in wl.ltb: anil ol
IW linear feet 011 the Confidence I.ode iM-arlitB
gold, the Hine la-ing jn Sou'he'.sterh and Ol.'.
feet Northneterlv from the f'leoerv cut
thereon, w'th s irfpee irrunn.l ''00 L et In width'
and of !.) linear feet on the llolv Smnki- l.odc
besrlng xold.the same lIna t'sl feet Nnrihucs
terly and lOfsi feet Koutheasterlv from !Hcn
erv Cut tl.ereon. with surfno ground r) fwt in
tvtitth: and of HVi linear feet on the Waison
Ide Itearl-'.ir golil. the seine tM'Inir 117 fe -l
Northeaterl v and I foot oiithweH'erlv (r. ni
te l' .voi-e point t hereon, with surliiee
ground .V7 le -l in w'd'h ties Id 'a'eil
elshns beng contiguous and sImihio In It.'.he
mi'i (iipo-ganlreci) .M'nlui.' l l-trle-. Tiottgle.s
pm-itv. nU' of (lreim an d-.e-'i.ol hv 'he
offleisl plat. Iie-pt llh p' steil and hv th,. tlei.l
noleson tile In the office of the 'eg'iier nf Ito-e-bnrg
Ijtnd llir.-t, Orogon, h fidlow-. to-wit
liora lode: 'Winning at for. No 1, 'vl-enie
the N K Cor ofs..2l In ?tiendcd T tfi S .
It. 1 E of the W. f M lrN II deg Is Min
W SKIT. ! ft; C S.MIncral Monument It. hctnla
Mine" M S. No 2111 iK-ars N. 21 dog. II Mill mi
Sec. V. 7H74.97 ft; a fir I ft. dla I oars X .log
4 min '. 4. in ft., a llr I ft. dla bean. S vt cleg
11 min. V. 4(1 -9 ft . cuch blazed and scribed H
T. I-4.T8: thence S. 41 deg. .1 min W. r.:i to
Cor. No 2; thence S. 47 deg, Ifi niln. E. IF 17
to Cor. No. .1; thence N. II deg. .1 niln. E. '7 ''
ft. to Cor. No. I: thonec N. Iti dog. S7 min W.
1I6K.01 ft. to Cor. No. I the place of begin
ning, containing 10.W acres.
t-amp'on Lode: Ilcgiuulng nt Cor. No. 1.
whence the N. E. for of Sop 21 in suspended
T. 23 S. it 1 E. of the W 1' M bears N S2 deg !
mill Msec W 8771.4-1 ft; V R. M. M. "Ilolicmla
Mine," M H. No 229 bears N 20 deg 3.1 mill " ec
W 7SW 9 ft, Cor No 2 flora I.odo of this survey
Ipears N 53 deg 1 min W Ift.w ft, a fir .' ft dla
blazed and scribed II T 1-IVt boars S 8 dog I rain
W II 72 ft; thence H 41 deg M min W Wi.72 ft to
Cor No 2; thence 8 17 deg .HI min 40 sec E 1 177.1'.
ft to Cor No 3; thence N 41 deg "1 in In E RW1.M
ft to Cor No 1: thenco N 17 degO niln W 1I77 2S
ft to Cor No t. the place of beglnuini;, contain
ing 20.017 ucrcs excluslH of the liora Lode.
Conlldence Iide: Ileginnlng at Cor No 1,
Identical wlih corner No 4 liora Ide of this
survey, whence the NE corner of Sec 21 in sus
pended T. 23 It 1 E of the W V M hear. V 12
dee -V. niln -JO sec W Sim 31 ft l R M. M. "Ilohe
mla Mine" M H No 22fl bears N 20 deg 3(1 min 40
sec W MW.40 ft; thence S It dog 3 min W .W7.2S
ft to corner No 2, Idenllcul with corner No S
liora initio oi tins survov; thenco H on deg wi
niln E 1 102.10 ft to corner No 3; thence N II
teg a mm k isii.ua It to corner No. I; thenco N
MdegiSmln w 1151.71 to corner No. 1, tho
place of beginning, contain 19.401 acros.
IIolv Slnoke: Ilpulnnlnv nl onrnur Vo 1.
Identical with comer No 4. Confluence Lode of
mis survey, wnence tne N V, corner of Hee 21 In
nisinde(l T23 R. It 1 E of the W I' M l.rs N
1" deiM mlu .Vi sec w "-Ytt.37 ft 1' 8 M M '-no-homla
Mine" M R No 229 beurB n 32 (leg mill
2! sec w 9770.30 ft; thence S II deg S min w
(Mil .09 to comer No 2. Identical w ith corner No.
8 Confidence Ixle of th( survey; thenco fi 10
.H-K .ii nun ;si see r. i.ssi.i u in corner NO 3;
theuee n 1 1 deg 3 min 1! 602.00 ft to corner No 4 i
thence n 10 degil mill w IWiO ft to corner No 1,
the placo of Winning, containing 20.0IV) acres.
Watson ImIo: lieglnnlng nt corner No 1,
whonce a fir 12 In dla liears K pn rlnir 31 Til 1 1. K
7.72 ft a llr 12 in din bears n 3 dog HI mtn w 11.97
ii eacn oiazeii anil scrilieil ll T J-lsl, II H M M
"Bohemia Mlno" M 8 No 229 hears n 23ileK I
min SOiec w 93M2.8 ft and no corner 8eo 21 sus
pended T 23 H, It. 1 E W I' M bears u M deg 2
min 30 sec w iy)in.&l ft: thenio H 9dnir .10 min !'
SIS7 42 ft to corner no 2; thence n 79 (leg II mill
Mi see E 1 1W.S2 ft to corner no 3; Ihencu n 9 deg
40 min w 570.fi2 ft to corner no I; thenco H Wl
dcg7mlii w lW7.IOft to comer no 1 the place of
'vki.ioiios, i-ouiiiiiiiiii; iu itn acres, exclusive Ol
the Confidence ami Holy Hmoko Lodes.
Tho total net urea of t!,nu cinull,l,,iu,l
claims Is 90.121 acres, they are located In tho
8": of Fee 19 and the sw4 oi See 20, T 2.1 H, It 2 V.
funsurvoudl of lh W I' 1 uml il, ..r
of I ho adjoining chilin us shown bv tho put of
"uovj i is uiu ittriu tjniio on tne orinwcnt.
j. i. iiHiDoisa, uegutor.
4 This Store can b.trdlv nll'tird to lti(: can iilVurd to be innvlicie but in the lend. Next week we ;
4 expect to st irt Apt il Kuxitiess olX with a push and vim, typical nl this Stoic's doings always. There's l
a leiisou lor tins htme s .Sim-css iii.it cnu ahuosi be ie.nl between tne lines of this Advertisement, and
' cm always be tend in the satisfied l.ues of our Ii lends and patterns.
OF SILK PRICES-
The new Silks nre sellint- well
now. Our customers say that it is
the prettiest line that we have
shown them. Many exelusie
Waist I'ntterus ainoiiv; the offers
this week, and prices are more than
liberal. One of special interest
Exclusive Waist Patterns in tin
New Styles and small Dainty
The 6oc quality 50c n vd.
KM I $ HO I I ) Ii I IV KAI JjC.
Oifr New Stock is here, and if
you aie ni-eiliii)- nuythliiK in this
Line we can supply your wants
vnry economically -our values will
surprise yon, .111 1 the Patterns are
the Latest. 3c to 25C a yd.
Alhivrrs n nice I.iue of New
Patterns to show vou at
75c and $1.00 a yd.
We have made a leputatinn in selliiiK Cloves and in p,iviii(- nhsn-tf!
lute satisfaction to our (Hove Customers. Vou know the kind of z;
-loves we sell Each pair (-uarniiteed. fSt.2.5 n pair.
Of course it is ti little sixm for
you to wear a wash dress noij,
but none too soon for you to se
lect to get the prettiest and most
stylish that the market affords.
Dining your visit next week
we wish you to see our Enucv
stuffs at 9c to 25c a yd.
The new waists nte here in
White I.awn and Colored Dimi
ties and Uuen Colors We are
especially desirous of having vou
look tlielll over Pticcs on these
new waists range from
h'or a few days we
on sale all ol our Mtt
we.11 iit mi r J nu tin ry
Vou know Hie 1
the values. COMIC.
snle pi ices,
1JU lit 11 o
Ub HUH r
:We Have the Assortment
S3S""iVcV p.Mifi'.v XccIcw'ojm-l'o: I-jistcr,
PXe' p.MiHl ii'n finis ii? J:nl.esl (.'olors.
Sl.vlcs SOi Is, Gollnrs ai?(l (fill's ii(
g Enstcr Shii-L Wnisls
M bat.st X A'elLi.s ii) pni.cy
M 'Pri ui wings
Call at 3rour Earliest Convenience. M
We are at your service. m
notici; roii priu.icATio.v
Land Olllee at ltofccburg, Oregon,
. . Jlan h 21, 1U02.
Notice is herebv given that the foiioivinu.
named settlor has tiled notice of hl Intention
to make final commutation proof In support
of hlselalm, ami that sold proof will
bo made beforeMarlo I,. Ware, U. K.
Commissioner ut Kugeiie. Oregon, on
May 15. 1, viz: Charles 1'. Whit,
ney, on II. K. So. tcttii, for the HW y. NW V. V
HW '4, HK 1-1 6VV 1-4, Sec. 8, Tp. 20 1 It. 1 wJst.
lie numes the fo! oivlnir u- inH.,.. ... .........
his continuous rosldouce upon unit cultivation
ol said laud, viz:
Joss llolbrook, Charles Lacy, (leorgo A. Whit
ney, William II. Whitney, of Cottngo Urovo,
J.T Jlr.llKirai, Ileglstur.
Haiti the llulicmhi Xityyet,
We have received a large shipment of HATS for Men and Hoys. p
LATEST SHAPES AND COLORS.
Nothing old, shopworn or out of date. Prices right and quality to suit the most critical buyer. K
HEM EN WAY & BUEK HOLDER.
W. S. ClIKISMAN.
"T. Main St., Cottago Urovu.
A. M. WHITE & CO.
Choice line of Liquors
M o.wl Plrrorc 1.-f.lf nil M'
t ...... w.h...M .,..,.
"5- hand. Your patronage
is respectfully solicited.
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The; Fashion Stables
COItNKIl MAIN mid flIX'ONIl BTItlUlT, COTTAaK OI10VH
GlM'isiiini) X, BlI!4s, Pi'opriclo r.
Also own and opperate the llohemia
and Hlack Huttc Staj-c Lines
First-Class Turnouts, Double or Single at
u Reasonable Prices -ft
Vnliutlile mining prnporty in Ho
liuitiia for tfalo, Jcrniiiu Knux and Go.
Read the Nugget! Read the Nuggetl!
4 i '-'iW!
jtILm . v. as.