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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1902)
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AllVliUTI.H; IN TIIK NtJCMIUT.
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TCItSs OUT GOOD TTOIUC AT
MOST RKASONADX.K JWICJCfl,
Devoted to the Mining, Lumbering and Farming Interests of this Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake,
BOHEMIA m fiUGG
J. E. YOUNG
Attorney -a I-Law .
.OOlM on Main itKflt, Wwt Hid
CoTTAc.it Gkovi:, Okk.
Attorntus and Conimdors-at-fMio
Mu.cUl attention iilren to Mining. CnTHirllou
ml Merraiillle Ijiw.
omceooriJariuan A llinuay'l(in.
COTTAGE GUOVH. OKU.
J. S. MEDLEY
Attorn cy-at-Law o o o
:-Oltlce on Main lrt :
Cottaou Okovic, Ouk.
J'jorapljiuliiiijwl'l to Mining ItmlticM.
CorrAf.it Gkovi:, Oku.
KCLtfC TltOKrsuX CHAS. . lUlU'V.
THOMPSON & HARDY
H ttorntus and Counsclors-at- Law
Special attention Kite" I""'" 'w'.'l.""e-
L. T. HARRIS
Attomtu and (!uuiadur-at-Law
fpeolal attention LrHj! J". jig ul M"IC' i
First National llanW Building.
Mrs. Kitlicrlne Schlcf, M. D.
Diseases vf Women anil Children
corr.vuK ouovh, ouk.
-ptrminu Piusf-iA- i
. rldrnr-e m Itlvef street, nor Wall.
"BARKER & PER MAN
THE EXCHANGE zy
iiKALr.tis in nsi:
WINKS, LIQUORS. CIGARS.
Main street. N.Mg r "'
h7c. m adsen,
Impairing at reasonable charge.
All work guaranteed tlrst-class.
5 COT TACK OUOVK, OUK.
Harness and Saddlery-
MAIS HTKEI'.T, COTTAUK OUOVK.
fleorpe JVLc'inzer, Prop.
lln lino of Harness. Saddle. Whip", KW
Robe,. Leather Holtlnn. KtC atay on
All kind. l ltcmirlng a Specialty All hand
ewed work turned nut.
;Our Farmer Friends can get the very Ut t
the Lowe.t l.lvli.B I'rUc Coino 111 nud m
tut tlio kuoiIh nd i-c for yourclt.
$6 per M. at
COTTAGK GROVR, OrK.
Paid up Capital, $25,000.00
Money to loan on approved security.
Exchanges Bold, available anv place
jn tlio Unied Stat en.
rotir Buainetw i Solicited.
Tori 1 AC
Never have we had the pleasure of showing you the nice up-todrte and so large variety of
ready made gai incuts as vc arc this spring.
The very latest effect isi Gibson's Waists $1.35 to $2.50
We carry an immense line of silk now, and the
latest designs. Come and see us.
UElftVWUllVV LEADERS IN MERCHANDISING
ViRwYi (x tVtYMlllVI Cottage Grove, Oregon.
NO TICK FOB PUBLICATION.
Uniti il SlutCH Lnml Otllrt',
Uo-olmrv, Orou'im, Vu. 7. K'"
Nntii'i' in linrt'liv (liven llml i" niiiiili
niu'c ullli llu- pioviHiiniH nt llio net of
I niiiri'i'K ul .mm' ii. loin, t'liuiimi mi
..... r.ii. llu. until .if titiilu.r nlllllri ill tlm
StntfM of California. Orouim, Ncvmln,
mill WiiHliliiKton lurriiory, imcxu'iiuixi
to nil tlm I'uliliu I.iiml StulcH liy net of
Allium 1, 1MI-, Jirs. Alice uik uiv ui
Siiuiniiw, County of Kane. Statu of Ore-
Hon, Iiiih UiIh iluv filt-ii in tliidoflieu tier
mvorn etiitfliicnt No. 2027, for the pnr
cliiiito of the SK li, of heotion No. 2(5,
Towimiiip 21 Soulli.of Uaiij;u W. ami
will oirur proof to hIhiw that the land
u.ii.lit lu itimn iiImm1i1a fur itH tilnlit.r
ilWl'I.V ID .t.WH .,.......- . ...
orntone than for iinriiiiiltnral piirpiwt-H,
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IHHl U I'HUU'linil livr flllllll iu rum ii.ii.i
iiuforo tin- Ut(tiBtor and Uerelver of this
..111.... nf U.lynlilll if OrfLrrill nn Wciliius
day. tlio 7tli day of May, 11)02.
Kim uaini'ii as wiineuHca :
u.....l.n. A l.niriiiit if Kiu'inniv. Orn-
L'on, Gcorgo ltitrt!! of Mabel, Orcaon.
.laillt'U l.l'ti, l'liuifi ii. iiruiuuaiiKii, ui
Cottiigo Cirovo, Orocon.
Anv anil till porfoiiH clalmlnc adverse
ly tlio abovo-ik'ncribeil Intulu aro ri
(HUHtt'd to Ulu thoir ulainiH in thin oflico
on or before irniil 7tli day of May. 1002.
.1. T. Uiuuuks, KeKiator.
NOTICE FOU I'UIJMOATION.
United StateH I.nnd Office,
Itoseburu, 0rf(?on, Kob. 14. 1002.
Notice is hereby (sivun that in com
pliance with the provisions of tlio uct of
Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An
act tor tlio sale of timber land in the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada,
and Wellington Territory," as extended
to all the Public Land States by act of
Anoint 4, 1802, Thomas Hoche of En
ijeiie, County of Luno, State of Oregon,
has this day tiled in this oflico his sworn
statement No. 2033, for tlio purchase of
the SE M, of Section No. 2, township 22
South, of Uango 2 W. and will oiler
proof to show that tlio land Bought is
nioro valuable for its timber or stone
than for agricultural purposes, and to
establish his claim to said land before
the Ueglster and Ueccivcr of this oflico
at Uoseburg, Oiegon, on Wednesday,
the 7th day of May, 1002.
Ho unities as witnesses.
Ed Jordan, Dan Hrunibaugli, of Co
burg, Oregon, Oscar Leo, John Palmer,
of Cottage Orovo. Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adverse
ly the above-doscribed lands aro re
quested to lllo their claims in this oflico
on or before said 7th day of May, 1002.
J. T. Uninaics, Uegistor.
You can buy any preparation at J.
P. Currln'B that Is advertised in any
papor. Remember we mnUo a specialty
of family receipts.
Road real estate bargains of Jerome
Kilos & Co.
Spring Line of
at HIoln ffVivfa
xaiiui lTiauu kjiviilo.
AND DRESS SKIRTS
SEE O UR iSTEW
PETTICOATS, SHIRT WAISTS AND HOSIERY.
Many new shades and
styles in Kid Gloves.
EAKIN & BEISTOW.
made Skirts, Shirt waists,
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 Piano 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 Piauo. Write us for Cata
logue and prices.
MORRIS & CRAW,
Ninth Street, Eugene, Oregon.
HUTinXlff O T
Paint Supply Store
First qualities in everything in
the line of paint and painters's
The only complete line of Wal
Paper iu 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 East of Bridge
on Main Street.
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS.
Wo hnvo on hand a largo stock of
kiln-dried flooring, celling and rustic in
grades 1 2 and 3. Lot us imiko you
Booth-Kkixy Lumbeu Co.
Friday, j..pril 11,
THE OLD RELIABLE
Caries a full line of Staple
and Fancy goods, Granite,
Crockery, Tin and Glassware,
Vegetables, Flour, Feed, Oats,
Hay and everything the
farmer or the housewife needs.
Produce of all kinds taken
It will be n pleasure at all
times to show our goods and
you nre earnestly requested to
call and examine them.
Will vivet All Competlon
in 1' vices.
SKILLMAN & GAROUTTE
Successor to Baker & Johnson
COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
Wo sell choice lots in tlio Long &
Bingham - property, latoly platted and
adjoining Cottage Cirovo, right at the
junction of the S. P. U. R. mid thoO. G.
it B. R. R. Prices according to locality.
JtnoMB Knox & Co.
' Dcvorod To Bohemia Nore and
Items of tfenertxnnrore,3r to MirvlnS Men
At a meeting of mining men held
Thursday at Pottlattd in the hall of
the Oregon Mining Exchange, in
the Chamber of Commerce build
iug, resolutions were passed in
dorsing a bill now in congress to
create a cabinet bureau representa
tive of mining interests. A com
mittee was also appointed to secure
representation from all mining
camps in the state to form a State
Miners' Association. The object
of the association is to foster the
mining industry, to secure the en
actment of such laws as will be
f j unci desirable, and to create the
position of mining inspector. The
resolutions adopted by the meeting,
copies of which will be forwarded
to the Oregon delegation in con
gress were as follows: Whereas.
The mining industry of the United
States has become, and now is one
of the greatest sources of wealth to
the nation; and Whereas, This in
dustry is co-extensive with the
limits of our national boundaries,
and afford fields of investment and
labor in every state and territory
in the nation, employing capital
and furnishing labor equal to any
other industry; and it is important
to all classes of our people that the
mining industry be fostered and
Whereas, A bill has been intro
duced in our congress providing for
a cabinet department iu a national
administration, representative of
mining interests; therefore,' be it
Resolved, That the mining inter
ests of the State of Oregon, repre
sented in this convention by practi
cal miners, mine-owners and in
vestors of capital, respectfully urge
upon congress the importance of
house bill 7195, and ask that it
pass and become a law of the nation
Mr. E. T Rich, writing' in the
National Banker says. "There is
as much money invested in mining
as iu bankiug. and the former pays
a much handsomer dividend. The
Mining men turned to doctors through
I the influence of an Indian woman. W.
' J. Dyson was given up to die by promi
, nent doctors with rheumatism mid
I Bright's disease and was cured sound
and well ami after having C. B. Mont
gomery, an educated chemist, to inves
I tigate the medicine, with instructions as
to how much of each root and plant it
would take to make the medicine. Wo
linvo applied for our patent and re
ceived a certificate for tho same, and we
nre now ready to supply the public witli
tho most wonderful kidney and blood
purifier that has ever been introduced
in tho world. It is manufactured
strictly out of roots and herbs only.
There arc no chemicals of any kind.
This wo guarantee. This valuabio
medicine is manufactured by none other
than W. J. Dyson and C. F. Mitchell in
Cottage Grove. In the near future wo
will bo able to turn out 1000 hottlns per
day. We also have quito a number of
good, reliable citizens to give us testi
monials. This is a home production
and tho root and herbs are confined to
the state of Oregon. This is one of the
mildest and be?t remedies for female
complaint on earth. There is no griping
NOTICE IOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Olllce,
ltosobuw, Orexon, March 11,1902.
Notice Is hereby given that In compliance
with tho provisions ol the net of Congress of
Junes, lbi8, entitled "An Act lor the sale of
Timber Lands In tho Slates of California. Ore
eon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," as
extended to nil the public land states by act of
August 4, lfcfti. John Oraber, ol Cottage Grove,
County of Lano. State of Oregon, has this day
tiled In this olllce his sworn statement No. 2101,
lor the purehaso of the KH Ni:',, SW'i NE1-4,
andHKl.lNWW.of section No, an, townfbtp
JO fi, rnnijo S est, and will offer proof to snow
that tho land sought Is more valuable for Its
timber or stone than for agricultural purposes,
and to establish his claim to said land before
thn ItirlKlAr and Ueruiver of this nrTlpe atltoso
1 burg, Oregon, on Saturday, tho 17th day of
lie names as witnesses:
Alfred A. Anderson, Ilenry Illgelow and Ben
l'ltelier, of Uorena, Oregon, and II. Dow, of
I Cottage Oroya, Oregon.
above-described lands are requested to file
their claims in this office on or before said 17th
day of May, 1W2. J. T. BmwiM.
Dr. Lowe's glasses are good (."lasses.
prejudice against mining, like an
hereditary taint, still clings to the
ultra conservative, the timid and
the less ambitious. Such notions
and ideas on mining, though well
iutentioned, are based upon the
theory that some one lost money in
either the mining proper, or in
mining stock speculation." Mr.
Rich simply states what all con
servative, level-headed men know
to be a fact. The fact that money
has been and is lost in wild cat
mining schemes is not the fault of
mines, but of ths same class of
leeches that are found everywhere
and in every class of business.
But. fortunately for Bohemia Dis
trict this class of work working
the people has not yet begun and
it is hoped will not. The invest
ments are here and are perfectly
legitimate as investigation has
shown those who are now stock
holders in the many first class
properties of the Bohemia District.
The Le Roy Mining Company
sent down from the mines this week
three huudred pounds of fragmen
tary ore that is especially rich and
attractive. It has been placed on
exhibition at the mining company's
rooms and is exciting quite a crowd
of visitors daily. The company has
lately struck an exceptionally hard
vein of quartz, which when broken
through will 110 doubt develop an
extremely rich ore chute. A large
shipment of supplies w,ere sent into
the mines a few days since and
work is being pushed rapidly.
A meeting of the Board of Di
rectors of the Le Roy Mining Com
pany was held April 8. Consider
able business was transacted. The
price of stock has been fixed, until
further orders, at 10 cents. Pay
day for the company has been fixed
for the first Tuesday after the first
Monday of each mouth. A very
favorable report from the mines re
garding progress of development is
NOT1CK FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office.
Kocburg, Oregon, March 29, 1S0J.
Notice Is heroby given that In compliance
with the provisions of Congress of June 3, 1878,
entitled "An Act for the sale of Timber Lands
in the States of California, Oregon, Nevada, ami
Washington Territory," as extended to all the
Public Land States byact of August 4, 1892,
Charles B. Bruneau of Cottage, Grove, County
of Lane State of Oregon Ins this day filed In
this office his sworn stateraiut No. 2162, for the
purchase of the I-ots 13, 18, 19, and 20 of Section
No. S0,Tonshlp23 South, of Uango 1 West and
will offer proof to show that the land sought is
more valuable for lis timber or stone than for
agricultural purposes, and to establish Ills
claim to said laud before the IteKlster and lie.
eolver of this oflico at Uos.eburg, Oregon, on
Friday the 20 day of June, 1902.
He names aswltnewcs:
1). T. Aubrey, D. Ii. Brumbaugh. John Pal
mer and Joe Lee of Cottage Grove, Oregon.
Jlny and ail persons claiming adversely
the aborc-dcscrlbcd lands are requested to tile
their claims In this office on or before said 20
day uf June 1902.
J. T. BuiDGzs, Ueglster.
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office,
Rosoburg. Oregon, March 29, 1902.
Notice Is hereby glvon that In compliance
with the provisions of tho act of Congress of
Junes, 1878, entitled "An Act for the sale of
Timber Lauds In the States nf California, Ore
gon, Nevada, and Wakhlngton Territory," as
oxtended to all the Public Land States by act
of August 4, 1892, D. Thomas Awbrey, of Cottage
Grove, County of Lane State of Oregon has this
day tiled in this cilice bis sworn statement No.
21C3. for the purchase of the South.east quarter
of Section No. .10, Township 22 South, of Kange
1 West and will offer nroof to show that the land
sought is more valuable for its timber or stone
than fur agricultural purposes, and to establish
his claim to said land beiore the Register and
Receiver of this oftice at Uoseburg, Oregon, on
Friday the 2o day of June 1902,
Charles B. llruneau, l- II. Brumbaugh, John
Palmer, Joe Ie, of Cottage Grove, Oregon,
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands ure requested to tile
their olalms In this office on or before said 20
(lay of JuuolTO.
J. T. Bkidoks, Register.
A small hand-satchel containing bottle
of chloroform and surgical instruments.
Finder will pleaso leave at this office
and, oblige Dn. L. W. Buow.v, Eugene,
Neat Job Work,