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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1902)
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M.I, l)l'.M-lA I'll IIIIHINHHN
Mim IH' OOTTAOK UIIOVH
AKVi'.iinsii in Tin: nijuiiht.
q MOST riKASONAIILK I'ltlCKS.
Devoted to the Mining, LttinbcriuK anil Fanning Interests of thi Community, lo Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake.
Oottixgo G rov(3, Oreg-oix, HTYiday, A-prH IS, 1902.
J. 13. YOUNG
.Onlro on Mnln utieol, West Hide
CoTTAOK GltOVH, OHlt.
J. ft JOHNSON ami P. .(i BUY
?1 Hartleys and Oottnsclors-nt-Law
Mr,!ll attention (tl vn lo Mining, Corporation
' nnii Vlrrriitittlo Law.
Oftlreovor (luriiiali A lleiiiBiiwiir's store
COTTAOK OKOVK. OIUJ.
J. S. MEDLEY
Utornoy-tU-Laio o o o
--:OI!r oil Mnln street '.
CoTTAOK 0 HO VIC, OH 15.
HlU'llllHIl I" MllllllK llimlilOM.
CoTTAOK C.HOVIt, OkK.
MKI.MUIIW.THOMI-IIIIN CIIAI. A. IUHIIY. j
THOMPSON Ik HARDY
."1 Hartleys and Counselors-ill Lair
Special attention glvru m the law ol Mlnra
L. T. HARRIS
attorney and doiinsclor-at-Lair
8pUUttenU;n given lliu law "I Mines I
First National Hunk lluilding. 1
r, m. i).
lites of Women ami fhililrrn
COTTAOH (iltt)Vi:, OKK.
W. H. ROBINSON
Olll-o ii't iP'lilfUPo ii River .tteel. near Wall
aorrAOHuuovi;. - - oki-hun.
'BARKER & PERMAN
FMiP.ilKTOIlK I IK
dbai.kuh in nsi:
WINKS, LIQUORS. CIGARS. .
Matnstrect. Outing Orinr. Or. j
Repairing it reasonable fhtw.
All work giiaranlcod nrst-oiasi.
Watches, Clncl.s and Jewelry lit 1iwost Prices
CUTI'AUH (iltOVK, OUK.
iiiiiicss ami Miimiii'
main HTUi:irr.:oTT.n: uiiovk.
George Meinzer, Prop.
A lino linn ( Hnnic",fil'l1o. VVIill'C Hnt-'Ky
ItnW, U-iilluT IldltliiK; KIC.iilwHyH oil , Imml.
Alt kimli ir iti'i"if"m' HpecUity AiriiBini-
aoHol vtnrk lurm.il out.
Our 1'iiriiior KrliMnln cmi Rul Dm very lnt t
ho t.nHfBt I.IvIiik l'rlicn. t'orn" I i1 exiini
Ino Ilia kimmIii mill wo for ymirneU.
Coj in nori
per M. at
Darwin llniwow.. Ukriikiit Kakin,
CoTTAOK GuovK, OrK.
Paid up-Capital, $25,000.00
Money to loan on approved security.
KxehnnRoa sold, nvnilnblo iuiv- ,alnen
In the Uniod States.
Voill' UiihIihmh In Solicited,
The increase in
I More New Goods
The last shipment of Clothing are beauties. Nothing nicer this side of Portland, the price
lieht l?ivm i f JiilT Come and see them. Our New Silks are dis-
" A 1 OIU P 1 w 10 ,'A ' ' played in the West Window. They rre the Latest at
Prices les than old style silks. Buy the New
Our Sales on Ladies' W.iists are way beyond what we expected this early.
To get Your Size and kind you want you should BUY YOURS NOW.
MMICI. llt ITl.l.liAllo.N.
I'llllfil Stulcx l. llnl ( 'lp'l',
Ko-i-Imhu t -ii t . l-vii. 7, uin;
Niilu-i- 1- lii'ifi.y u'ivimi 1 1 tit t 11 pi i -
nlirr Willi lln' iinvixinli nf tin1 url ut
('iiiohk Hi .linn- It, S7h, t'llllllrtl "An
url lur the Male nf IiiiiIiit iiinil" in lliu
Sliilrr" cif Cllifornln Ori'nn, Ncvaclii,
mill WiiHliintJloii Teiritory,"iiHi'XlrniliMl
In nil tin- 1'iilille l.iind Sliilfs by iirt .it
AiikiihI I, mm, Mm. Alien I.altiiit of,
Siipimw, Comity of I.nni'. Stutr of Ore-'
Kon, Iiiih tliiHiliiy tiled in lliix ollice lier
Hwurii Mtnteiiit'lit No. '.'O'.'T, for the pur-
rliilM'of tlioSIC of hertion No. .'(!, .
Tim-MNliip 21 b'otltli.of Kiilige H W. noil
will oiler pioof to t-liow tlmt the lantl ,
miilil is more valtialile fur iIh tinilier
ori-toiiL' tliuti for njirieiiltiirnl piii po.eM,
mill to (.Unlilifh her claim to saiil lanit
lieforo the Het-'ifter and 'Itereiver of thin,
olllre ut K'lHflmi'i;. Oregon, on Weiluen
iluy. the 7th iliiy of May, VM2.
.SliiMiiuuos uh witnest'eH : , '
Sii-plieii A. I.ultiint of SiiKi'naw, Oit-l
:u, Oeorgi) Hl!!i of .Mabel, tr ujii.
.linn oh Lee, Daniel II. l!niinuuii(;h, of
Cotta('e Orove, Oii'iron.
Ally anil all pernoiiH elaimini: adverse
ly llio abnviMliwrilietl land aroie
ipiuHteil to fill) their elanm in thin olllre
on or before nuid 7th day of Mav. 11102.
J. T. IlitnmKS, Uen'iHtor.
NOTICE KOIt I'l'Ill.ICATION.
United State band Olllre,
ltosebnru, Oregon, I'eb. I I, IWJ.
Notice Ih hereby niven that 111 eoni
plianro with tiie ii'roviMons of the art of
Coneri'ssof June !1, 1S7S, entitled "An
art flic the xale of timber laiulHin the
Stales of California, Oregon, Nevada,
and WiiiiliiiiHton Territory," aa extended
to all the Public Land State by art of
August !, lKH:i, Thulium Itorhe of K.n
eene, Comity of bane, Statu of Oregon,
Iiiih thix day tiled in thin otliro IiIh hwoi ii
Btatoinent No. 20H8, for tlio purcluixo of
thu SH U. ' Section No. 2, township J2
South, of ltaugo 2 W. and will oll'er
pioof to tdiow that thu land bought la
more valuablu for Its timber or stone
than for agricultural purposes, and to
establish his did in to said land before
thu Register and Receiver of thisoilieo
at Rosebuij!, Qiiwm, on Wednesday,
thu7lhday of .May, 11)02.
lie names iih witnesses.
Kd .Ionian, Dan llruuihaii;h, of Co
hurt;, Oregon, Oscar Leo, Ji-hu l'alnier,
of CottUKu Grovo. Oregon.
Any and all peisoiis claiming adverpo
ly t ho abovu-described lands are, re
quested to file their claims in till, ofllco
on or boforu eald 7th day of May, 1002,
.1, T, ltituiur.rf, Register.
Von can buy any preparation nt .T.
I'. .Currin's that ih mlvortixcd in any
papur. Heiiiuiubur we miiku a specialty
of family receipts.'
Rend real estate bnruains of Jerome
Kuox A Co.
Our Spring Line of
Tailor Made Skirts.
imiCIIATS, SHIRT WAISTS AND HOSIERY. "
Many new shades and
styles in Kid Gloves.
our sales demands
LEADERS IN MERCHANDISING
Cottiigv Cflfove, Orcjjrosa.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Direct from the Factories;
We are sole ArciiIs 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 TROWURIDGK Piano. Write us for Cata
logue and prices.
MORRIS & CRAW,
Ninth Street, Eugene, Oregon.
JENKINS I LAEON
Paint Supply Store
Pirst qualities in everything in
the line of paint and painters's
The only complete line of Wnl
Paper in the city.
LEADERS IN LOW PRICES.
Painters and Paperhangers
Por any kind of work in house
furnishing, get our prices. They
nrcjright, and we guarantee our
Store first door Kast of Bridge
on Main Street.
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS.
Wo have on ham! a largo stock of
kiln-dried (louring, celling and rustic in
grades 1 2 and 8, Lot us make yon
IkmrjcKcMiY I,vMn:it Co.
an increase in
TIIE 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 a pleasure at all
times to show our goods and
you are earnestly requested to
call and examine them.
' meet All Compvtlon
SKILLMAN & GAROUTTE
Successor to Baker & Johnson
COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
AVu sell choice lots in die Laiit &
Bingham property, lately platted and
adjoining Cottage Grove, right at tho
junction of the S. 1 It. It. and thuO.G.
ti B, It. It. Prices according to locality.
JtnoMK Knox & Co.
Dcvofod to Bohemia Nofcs and
Items o" enered'
JUDSOX KOCK MINING COMPANY
The Judson Rock Mining Com
pany is duly incorporated and or
ganized under and by virtue of the
laws of the State of Oregon with a
capital of $150,000, divided into
i,5oo,rjoo shares ofths par value of
10 cents per share, fully paid up
and non-assessable. The princi
pal office and place of business
being at Cottage Grove, Oregon.
The property of this corporation
consists of what is known as the
Judson Rock group of mining
claims, situated on the westeri
slope of Fairvicw Mountain, in the
J Hohemia Mining District, in Lane
I county, Oregon and directly on the
jliue of the famous Musick lode,
with an elevation of 3000 feet and
extending down to Pairview creek
where mill sites are located and
giving a vertical depth of 1000 feet
j below the apex. Said group con
; Msts of nine claims, viz: The Ou
ray, Denver. Three Brothers. Blue
Jacket, Pueblo, Black Jack, Over
sight, Homestake and Pilot Boy.
and are all contiguous and can be
developed from one common point
' or level.
J The development work done on
j id claims consist. of over 500 feet
iof tunnels and shafts and has been
I made at an expenditure of about
I $3000, which shows free milling
ore in many places, carrying gold,
silver, copper and lead in large
The assaj's thus far obtained on
j this group of mines runs from $10 to
I $30 per ton in gold. There is an
' abundance of water and timber for
1 these mines for mining and other
necessary purposes, and said group
is accessible to the wagon road and
about two miles from the terminus
l of the proposed Cottage Grove-Bohemia
Railroad, and are yet about
1 2000 feet below the summit of the
I mountains and consequently the
I snow line."
j 600,000 shares of the capital stock
'of this corporation have been' set
aside as treasury stock and can
Mining men turned to doctors through
I tlie'iiilliience of an Indian woman. W.
J. Dyson was given up to die by promi
i nent doctors with rheumatism and
I Briglit's disease and was cured sound
, and well and after having C. 15. Mont
gomery, an educated chemist, to invoi--'
tifrutu 'the medicine with instructions as
to how much of each root and plant it
j would take to make the medicine. Wo
have applied for our patent and re
ceived a certificate for the twine, and wo
1110 now ready to supplv tho public with
the most womlerlul kidney anil mood
purifier that has ever been introduced
111 thu world. It is manufactured
strictly out of roots and herbs only.
There aro no chemical of any kind.
This wo guarantee. This valuablu
medicine is manufactured by none other
than W. J. Dyson !Uid C. K. Mitchell in
Cottage Grove. In the near futnro we
will bo able to turn out 1000 bottles pur
dav. We also liavo quito a number of
good, reliable citizens to give us testi
monials. This Is a home production
and the root mid herbs aro confined to
the state of Oregon. . This is one of tho
mildest and best remedies for female
complaint on earth. There is no griping
NOTICE ton 1T11MCATION.
I'nlU'il Stiitus IjuhI Olllco,
Hnselnirtr, Oregon, Miireli ll,ltxt!.
Niitlcs Is hereby kIvcu that in rumpllHnro
with Hie iiro isl"!i of tho net of Coiigron of
June 8, ISih, entitled "An Aft for the bIo ol
Tlmtior l.muli tn the Ktnle of rntlfortilii, Ore
gon, NcviulK, mi'l Wiulilnntim Territory," iu
uxtomloil lo all tho jnilille limit mutes by net of
AiiKiist I, IMM. John Oraber, of Cottage (irove,
Coiiniv of Ijiiio. Slide of Oiegon, hai thin ilny
tllnl In tilts olllco hl sworn i.ttitomi'iit r10.1'
tor thomirrhato of the KtJ NK', KM1, M.l-1,
urn! PR 1 INWl-l, of Hcetlon So. 31, towmhip
'il H, rnngo S we-t, anil will offer proof to thiiw
that llio lmiil sought Is more valuable (or Its
Umber or slone tliHii fur iigrleiillurnl pnrpoies,
mill to elabllh hl claim to Milil land before
tho KeglKlur anil Itoielvor of thin ollVe Htltio
burg, Oregon, on Saturday, tho l'tll day of
Ho niiiaoi an Mltueimos:
Alfred A. Anderson, Henry lllgeliiw and Hen
ritrlior, ol Dorena, Oregon, and II. Dow, of
Cottage drove, Oregon. , .
Any and aUperionn claiming mlvBely H e
above-described luiuU are requted Jo tile
thotr clatmi, In thU office on or bofore Mid 17tn
da;' ol May, JtW. J. 1, PHIMB.
interesrib Mininrf Mon!
only be used in the development of
the properties of the company.
The stock of this corporation is
fully paid and nop-assessable.
There is a group of nine claims,
all showing good values, owned by
A railroad will tap the district
within two miles of the properties
of the the company.
Samples of the ore from these
ptopcrties can be seen on applica
tion to any of the officers of the
In the new tunnel on the Pilot
Boy which is only 33 feet in there
is five feet of ore in the face which
assays $10.50 in gold, and 6 per
cent copper. This tunnel will be
run 400 feet on the ledge and a
crosscut will be run cutting the
other two ledges so that six claims
can be worked from this one tun
nel. Which when the apex of the
mountain is reached, will be about
two thousand feet under ground.
This mine has three large ledges all
showing good values and is des
tined to be one of the great mines
of the camp. The treasury stock
of this mine is now on the market,
only enough of which will be sold
to'vigorously prosecute the o:k of
developing the mine. There is
none of the common stock of the
mine for sale anyone wishing stock
should apply to any of the officers
of the company.
A Nugget man dropped into the
Le Roy Miuiug.. Company's office
yesterday and found its secretary
quite busy issuing stock to eager
purchasers at 10 cents per share.
Every mail brings ordera which
prove that the company's property
is already becoming quite famous.
Word came in Sunday that the
Le Roy Mining Company had
struck another vein of fine galena
ore three feet wide. This company
is striking it rich in every new tun
nel they open up. This makes
five fine strikes made on the com
pany's property and there are
"more to follow."
NOTItT. FOIl PUBLICATION.
Cnlteil States Land Office.
Itoeburg, Oregon. March :f. PJ03.
Notice li hereby glen that tn compliance
w ith the provliloni of Congress of June 3, 1878,
entitled "An Act for tho nalo of Timber Lands
In tlie Statosof California, Oregon, Nevada, and
Washington Territory," as extended to all tho
Public Land Htatcs byact of Augiwt I, 1W.',
Charles II. Ilruneau of Collage drove. County
of Lane State of Oregon lit 3 this day (lied III
this oltlcu his sworn statement No. 21(12, for tho
purchaeof the Lots 111, IS, 19, and 21) of Section
No. 30,Townshlp22 South , of Itangc 1 West and
will ofler proof to show lhat the laud sought Ik
more valuable for Its timber or Mono than for
agricultural purpo.es, and to establish Ills
claim to said land before tho Register and lto
cciverof this ofilce at Itoehurg, Oregon, oil
Friday the 20 day of June, l'JOJ.
Ho names as wnncoen
I). T. Awbrey, 11. II. Drumbaiigh. John Pal
mer and Joe Leo of Cottage (irove, Oregon
Any and all persons claiming Huvcrtely
tho above-described lands arc requested to Hlo
their claims in this ofllco on or before Mild 3
day of Juno 1902.
J. T. HiiIImjici, Register.
NOTICK FOIt rtntl.ICATION.
United States Land Olllco,
KoM-'burg, Oregon, March 29. VAts.
Notice Is hereby xlven that In compliance
w ith tho provisions of tho act of Congrcis of
JuueS, 1878, outitlod "An AC for the tale of
Timber Lands in the Statos of California, Ore.
gon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," ie
extended to all tho Public Umd State by act
of August 1, 1S93, 1). Thomas Awbrey, of Cottage
drove, County of Lane Statcof Oregon has this
day Hied In this ofllco hf sworn statement No.
SlfiS, for the purchase of the South-east quarter
of Section No. 80. Township 22 South, of ISangn
I West and w ill ofl'ot proof to show that the lam!
sought Is more valuable fur its timber or stono
than for agricultural purposes, and to establish
hlsclalm to said lnnd beinro Die Register am!
Receiver ol this olllco at Roscburg, Oregon, on
Friday the 2o day of J lino 1!K)2,
Charles II. Ilruiiean, IP II. Itrumbaiigh, John
Palmer, Joo I.ee, of Cottage drove, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely tho
abme described lands are requested to tile
their claims in thisoilieo on or beforo said 20
day of June 1TO2.
J. T. Bmihiks, Register
The domestic animals of the
United States are now singularly
free from disease; the claim is.
officially made that no other great
liyestock country is equally lret,