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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1902)
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TiriiNS oirr iooi woiut at
MOST UI1ASO.SAIIf.lt PltlOHM.
Devoted to the Mining. Lumbering ami Panning Interests of this Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake.
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J. E. YOUNG
Offlro mi Mulii tll, Wrl Mile-
Cottaoi: Gnovit, Oiut.
HirUl Ucntlmi itUfii In Mining. CoriioMlInn
OUIciiviirlriiiiiii A llemr iiw)r- lit.
COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
J. S. MEDLEY
AUomm-al-Liiw o o
: -omen mi Main trrt- -CoTTAOIt
I'romjijjill nUmi fojrt t Mliilnu llulnc.
CoTTAGI'. GKOVJt, OkK.
HKI.MUI W. TIIOMrMIK CIUI". A. lllllY. j
THOMPSON & HARDY i
attorneys and Counsclon-al Law ,
HH)Oliltliiitln !vetnJh ! ol Milieu. 1
ifuUKNK, Oil 15.
L. T. HARRIS
dttamey and Counsclor-at-Lair
Ktnt National Hunk Building.
Mrs. Kallierlne SclilccT, M. I).
Diseases cf Women anil Children
corTA(su uuovk. our..
W. H. ROBINSON
OnW nrt mlilne m HIvrr Urcei, near Wall.
COTTA'IKOUOVi:. - - - OBWIOS.
'BARKER & PERMAN
tiv- a l.l-UH IN I'INi:
.... . .nnniic iipAiie
WINES, LIQUORS. UGAKh.
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M'ln'm"iZ '- - I
H. C. MADSEN,
HopnlrlnK nt rronWo rhiirKe.
All wnrk KiuirHiilcoil ilrl-i,l""-1 ..
w"t"h.OIorVi an.! Jewelry nt I.wott IT
COTTAOK tSKOVK, OHK.
IlonnnPP HIW 'W III fil'V
1I(1,LIIUoo UHU uauunij
MAIS HTBKBT. COTTAOI! 11H0VK.
A nno lino of ILrnc..H.Mto..Wlil'. mm
llotH-.. U'Mliur lloltliiK. Ktc.Mlwy " '"'
AlUlmUof KfimlrliiK n Hpotlivlty Alllmml
bowciI work turnoil out.
Otir Kftrmorl--rlcti(lri.n get the very t.OKt.Rt
tbi Iiwont I.IvIiib Trice-. Cimie In unit oxm
Ino llio goiiil" nl oo for yotirnoll.
$6 per M. at
The First National Bank
Cottagk Grovm, Orb.
Paid up Capital, $25,000.00
Money to loan on approved socurity.
ExohAngas sold, available any place
in tho Unieil Stat cs.
Tour Bitflneoe Is Solicited.
Our Spring Line of
Ladies' Tailor Made Skirts.
Fine Tailor made Skirts, Shirt waists,
Never have we had the pleasure of showing you the nice up-to-drte and so large variety of
ready made gaiments as we are this spring.
Tin very latest effect in Gibson's Waists &l.iS5 lo $2.50
I We carry an immense line of silk now, and the
NOIICK HIt ITHI.ICATION.
I'liiti-il siaU'x Land (wire,
Unrobiirc, Oregon, Feb. 7, r.)02
Notice in horeliy given that in ounipti-
once Willi the provisions (if lliu ucl of
f,imt;HH , ,,,,' :,, 187Ht p,,,,,!, ..Al,
IU-1 lor llll' "HI" Ol IIIHOIT lllllUX III nil-
Stntt-H of California. Ori'uon, Neva.lii,
anil WiiHbinKlon Turrilory'iii'oxH'nilwl
In all tin- i'iiIiIii' Land SlateM by ni't of
AiiKiiHt I, Ih'.l'J, Mil. Alien Lull nit of
Saginaw, Comilj of Lane. State ol Ore-
Hon, Iiiin tliin dny llleil in t li in olllce lier
Hworii statement No. L'O'JT, fui the pur-
eliamof tlioHK of Mvtioii No. L'(,
I TiiwiiHhlp boiilli.ol Kiinne ;) . ami
j will offer proof to chow that tlie lanil
I coiinht is more valuable for its Hinder
iirrlonu tlinii (or nurieiillural pni-poM's,
I ami to i'Htalili"b lier elaim to naiil land
I boforo the KeiHter and Ueeeiver of thin
ollleent lloecbiirt:, Oregon, on Wednes
day, the 7th day ot Slay, IliUL".
Sim iiainen n- witnesnes:
Slephen A. baltaitt of Saginaw, Ore
1.1111. Iii'orifit Ith-L'K of Mabel. Oreeon.
.in mes i..e, 1.111111 11. m',
, , . , . If 11 1 1. -.f
Any and all peiHoiiH elaiininir adverse
Iv tbu above-deserilied lands are re
quested to llle their elaiins in this otlieo
on or liefoio said 7lh day of Mav. UIO-'.
.1. T. HmiKius, Itegistur.
NOTIClC V O It lrU ftT.U'ATION .
United Stales band Oflloo,
Kosubnrir. Oregon. I'eb. H, 1002.
Notieo Ih hereby given that In eom -
nlimieo with tiio provisions of the net of,
Notieo Ih hereby given that in eom
Uongress ol JiinoJi, eniuieu An'., ij .
actlortlie salo of timber Innds in thu j
States ot California, Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington Territory," as extended
to nil the I'nblii! band States by net of
August t, lK'Jli, Thomas Uorho of Ku
uviii', County of banc, Statu of Oregon,
bus this day tiled In thiH olllce his sworn
statement No. 2038, for thu piueliase of
thu 8K ,V.f, of Section No. 2, township 22
South, of Hangu Sff. and will odor
proof to show that tho land sought is
moru vnlunhlo for its timber or stono
than for agricultural purposes, and to
establish his claim to said land before
the Itegister nntl Receiver of thisolllco
at Koseburg, Oiegun, on Wednesday,
tho 7th day of May, 1002.
Ho names as witnesses .
lid Jordan, Dan Hriuiibnugb,' of Co
burg, Oregon, Oscar Leu, Ji.hn I'almur,
of Cottage Grave. Oregon.
Any and all porsoiis claiming advorso
ly tho nbovo-ilescribed lands aro re
quested to lllo their claims in thi.i oflico
on or before Biiid 7th day of May, 1002,
J. T. Humans, Register.
Von can buy any preparation at J.
P. Currln's that ih advertised in any
panor. Reinombor we mako a speciulty
of family recoipte.
Bead roal estate- bargainn of Jerome
Kiiojj & Co,
AND DRESS SKIRTS
ski: out i "N-Jijw
PETTICOATS, SMUT WAISTS HOSIERY.
Many new shades and
styles in Kid Gloves.
A TTTIT CI "DTD
IS l .
Fj A 1 1
Command see us.
LEADERS IN MERCHANDISING
Cottugru (i'ivc, Oregon.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Direct from the Factories;
We are sole Agents for Oregon and can save you the
middle man's profits: We will take your old I'inno or Organ in
part payment for a new one and let you pay the balance in small
monthly, or yearly payments. We are the sole Agents for
the celebrated TROWBRIDGE Piano. Wiite us for Cata
logue and prices,
MKINS if LAWSON
Paint Supply Store
Kirst qualities in everything in
.1 r . . nninters,
u,e lme 01 PalIU ana P'HHiers
The only complete line of Wal
Paper in the city.
LEADERS IN LOW PRICES.
Painters and Paperhangers
For any kind of work in house
furnishing, get our prices. They
are right, and we guarantee our
Store first door Kast of Bridge
on Main Street.
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS.
Wo have on Imnrl n largo stock of
kiln-dried flooring, celling and rustic in
grades 1 2 and 3. Lot ub make you
Booth-Kelly Lu.wr Co.
H JK u u n U 1
MORRIS & CRAW, .
Ninth Street, Eugene, Oregon.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Caries a full line of Staple
and Fancy goods, Granite,
Crockery, Tin and Glassware,
Vegetables, Flour, Feed, Oats,
Hny and everything the
farmer or the housewifo needs.
Produce of all kinds taken
It will be a pleasure at all
times to show our goods and
you are earnestly requested to
call and examine them.
Will meet All Competlait
SKILLMAN & GAROUTTE
Successor to Baker & Johnson
COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
Wo sell choice, lots in the Long &
Bingham property, lately platted and
ndjolnmg Cottage (rove, right at tho
Junction of the S. P. It. It. and tho 0. G.
& H, R. R. I'rioesnccordingto locullty.
' Jerome Knox & Co.
DcvoTod To Bohemiiv NoTes
llem5 of rferveroj
Mining Manager Alfred Johnson
and J. C. Johnson, vice president
of the Le Roy company returned
from Bohemia Friday after having
spent io days at the company's
mines. They report development
work at the Le Roy mine progress
ing rapidly, the work for the past
month has been concentrated on- the
No 3 drift on the Laura, mining
claim. The tunnel at this place is
now in over loo feet, developing a
i large gileua ore chute about 12
, feet wide runing the full length of
the tunnel at the present time. It
is the intention of the company to
j drive this tunnel with all possible
.speed a distance of about 1,000 feet
t thereby topping over on the main
, ore chutes at a depth of about 800
feet. Those who secure stock in
the LeRoy Co. will be very fortun
Superintendent Bchne says: The
two new ore chutes in the "Helena"
still continue to improve in width
and values. Every foot of develop
' ment insuring large shipments o'
ore as soon as transportation can be
secured; and as the railroad is now
an undisputed fact Bohemia will
, prove to be one of the greatest
1 camps on the Pacific coast. Great
prepartiens are being made for the
future development of the camp at
the 'Le Roy." The showing of
ore is improving beyond all expect
ations, and helps to prove the per
manency of the vast mineral re
sources of Bohemia.
ALFALFA HAY FOR HORSES.
Opinions differ very much as to
the value of alfalfa hay for horses.
Some regard it as indispensable in
feeding horses under their con
ditions: Others atjain speak strongly
against it. It would be difficult to
account for this conflict of opinion
were it not for the fact that alfalfa
when fed freely at the first to horses
that are working hard, induces too
lax a condition of the bowels. It
also causes the animals to sweat un
duly and in many instances to
urinate too freely. But those who
have had much experience in feed
ing it say that in three or four
weeks these symptoms pass away
and unless fed in excess-the horses
do well on it,, better, all things con
sidered, than on prairie hay. It is
recommended to begin by f e ling
but a few pounds per day at first,
and to gradually increase the quan
titp until 10 to 15 pounds a day are
reached for an ordinary horse.
More than the last named amount
may be fed with a reduced amount
of grain but when fed in any very
large quantities, if laxness of the
bowels are induced, the quantity
ought to be reduced for a time Al
falfa has the property of helping to
keep horses in good condition. It
also tends to give them a glossy
coat. Horses have been fed on al
falfa for many years, getting at the
situe time a due allowance of grain,
and the results have been most
satisfactory. This splendid food is
ciming to be prized, as it ought to
be. Where it will grow it ought
certainly to be grown. The Far
Knigbts of Pythias watch cliHrni on
Mnich 20. I'inilur will bo sulnhly re
warded by returning B.imo to F. H.
Auctioneer, 10 years experience. Fine
stock sales a specialty. Write for dotes.
J 8. S.TILKS. Eugt'iie, Oregon.
Head the Jioftamla Xugffct,
I John Russell, Supt. of the Hia
watha mining and milling company
arrived in town from Bohemia
( Wednesday. Mr. Russell is down
for the purpose of purchasing sup
plies and making arrangements for
extensive operations on the com
pany's property to commence about
; the' first of May. This company is
; negotiating now for and intend
' placing n mill on the property as
isoon as the roads are in a condition
j to permit of transportation. Stock
I on this property is finding ready
sale at 5 cents per share, and there
; is only a limited amount of stock
remaining tor sale at this price.
Judge Cochran, of Maripos?,
Cal. basing his opinion on that of
the late Judge Sawyer, has htld
that the rights of property extend to
the center of the earth, and that the
ownership of propirties was not
confined to the surface. Hence no
one can cut into another's property
hy digging or boring from under
neath, although lying adjacent
o it. In the same manner it is
held that the miner is estopped by
the lateral lines described by patent.
E S. Lovelace, president of the
Sunrise Mining Company, arrived
this week and and proceeded to t)ie
mines. The company -intends to
immediately commence extensive
development on the May Home
, streak and Dakota, and are arrang
I ing to take in full supplies of min
ing tools and material, so that, work
will be progressing as soon as the
' PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES.
: Be at the Opera House to night
at 8 p 111.
' Miss White goes to Wildwood
for a spring term.
Final examinations begin to-day.
Its a long time till September 28th.
The boys are preparing for
spring athletics and the field-meet
Miss Wettle will teach a spring
term at Lorane, begining Monday
The class in bookkeeping work
till five o'clock in order that they
may finish the subject this term.
Remember the "Knight of the
20th Century," at the Opera house
to night, 25 cents. Help your
The last ot the series of enter
tainments given by the public
school will be tonight at Martin's
Hall. Dr. Kantner is one of the
best speakers on the coast and a
feast is in store for those who will
The price of butter fat at the Cor
vallis creamery now is 27J4 cents.
Butter is declining and is expected
t'lat quotations for butter fat will be
lower within a few days. Butter
fat from Junction and Halsey is
now coming to Corvallis. H. W.
Kaupisch just returned from that
vicinity, after putting in five sepa
rators in the neighborhood of Hal
sey and three near Junction. The
cans of cream are shipped to the
Kaupisch creamery by rail. Cor
It is incumbent on Oregon farm
ers who raise potatoes to make ev
ery effort to keep up the quality of
their pioduct. While high prices
may very probably lead to over
production this year there is a
steadily growing demand for Ore
gon potatoes in California Arizona
and elsewhere which will be worth
a great deal to the farmers of this
state if the trarre-is heldj Ex.