Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907, April 25, 1902, Image 1

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    7
H Cr1 n
c a
BOHEMIA" S riUGGE
TjjT
7:
H
TUB ADVURTISINU MEDIUM.
NKAT JOII I'lllNTINft.
.Sit
aaa
Devoted to the Mining, Lumbering nud Farming Interest of tUUtmmuiilly, to Good Ouvcriimciit, mid Hustling for n Grub Stake.
COTTAGE QROVeTREQON, APRIL 25, 1903.
VOL. IV.
NO. 15.
' rr? . v
PROl-'KSSIONAL
J. E. YOUNG
Attorncy-at'Law
OBlc oil Mlll lluat, Weil Side
(
COTTAC.K GKOVK, OrK.
J. a JOHNSON and F. .(1 MY
Httomeusand Counselors-at-Law
Special attention ilven tu Mining:, Corporation
and Mercantile lw.
OmceortMlarmtu A llemeiiwaj'aitore.
COTTAOIi GKOVK, ORK.
J. S. MEDLEY
Attornett-at-Law o
o o
: omrton Main itreet-:
Cottagu Gkqvk, Oris
JEROME KNOX
Attorney -a t-Latv
Prompt at'lcnUnn paid lo MIiiIiik Hulne.
CoTTAOK GKOVK, ORK.
mELua-. TitoHi-aoM dun. i iiamiy,
THOMPSON & HARDY
Httorncisttiut Uoitnselors-at Law
Bpeflal attention given to Ihg low nf Mlllfa,
KUOKNK, OUK.
L. T. HARRIS
Attorney ana" dtmiiselor-at-Luw
Special attention ghen In the low of Mlnea.
First National llioik lluildlui;.
KUOKNK, OKK.
Mrs. Kaibfrloe Schlerf, M. I).
Diseases of Women and Children
COTTAOK OUOVK, OKI:.
ROBINSON
I'BMTirtNII I'llYalrUH
Jj' and roMdciieeuii Mver trt, near Wll.
00
:(IUOVK. - - OIIWIOS.
uusHnuSs.'
BARKER 8c PERMAN
I'lllll'.IIKTOIIS OK
THE EXCHANGE
IIIIVI.I'.IIH 1H KINK
WINKS, LIQUORS. CIGARS.
Mulnnlreet. U,illi rnr. Ore,
H. C.M ADSEN ,
Watciimakkk.
HeiMilrlnK ot rtnnniitle rhiirKeM.
All work miornnlee.l llrl-i'li
Wolrho.CliM-Lion.l JoiielryRt l.ueil I'rlrca
COTTAOK OttOVK. OUK.
laiiiuw (I
MAIS 8THK.KT. COTTAOK OIIOVK.
George Meinzer, Prop.
A nne line of l!riwm,eiMlc. Willi. IHIKKr
llnlxii, Untlirr Itelllnir. Ktc.nlwnjri mi IihimI.
AllklmUnl !tr.lrliiK Rpfi-Ullir All lind
ownl work liirmil out.
Our Kurmcr Krlcmln run gel the crr lt t
the Ixiet UtinK I'rUon. C o In mm cmnn
Ine th foorttuml tea Inr ynurwlf.
Common
Rough Lumber,
$6 per M. at
BOOTH-KELLY Mills,
Saginaw, Oh.
(iIK Urhtow,
t-rolitent.
IlKltUIKT KAKtH,
Cu.hlir
Tlic First National Bank
CoTTAGIt GROVK, ORK.
Paid up Capital, $25,000.00
loncy to loan on approved security.
Kxchnngi'H olit, avulliiblo an V plucn
. tliu Unleil Stilt en.
l'oirr liunlnvsH In Ho llrltvil ,
00 o,
ARS. PET. SANFORD'S
yor Fashionable Drcssmaling.
MAIN HTIIKKT
CoTTAGIt GltOVH, ORK.
WANTED SMALL IIANCII.
Within 5 miles ot Cottage- Grove,
iiliist bo convenient to ecliool, well
ntored, bavo bearing orchard, boiiio
imbor, mid cheap for cimb. Owner
only tiiidresu with full description and
'rieo.
lticjiAiiD ilni:i:y, Ivollogg, Orpyon,
W. H
V -
JUST ABBIYBD
Our Spring Line of
Ladies' Tailor Made Skirts.
AND
s
1
More New Goods Diir Sttore.
The increase in
The Inst shipment of Clothing nre hcnittics. Nothing niciT
icht "Prrvi !10 f
IS t
W-
Prices lcs thnn old
Our Sales on I.ndlcs' Waists nre wny beyond what wc
To get Your Size and kind yon want yon should IUY
aNPMAW X WtWlNVi LEADERS
""T" "j"" "r jouii;c
''Vmi "2 ' ' j"':'"' , ' i if' i ,i ' i ' i ii i i
, TNOHOK FOU PIMIUCATION. i
Ullllnl Stiilc" l.iiml Oltii'i-,
UmmIiiiiv, Ouirmi, Full. 7. IIM'J
Xollii" f licn-liy iilven lluil In iiiniill
lllllf Willi till' prilVlnillMH III till' m'l III
CoiiurtKM iif .lllnc !l, IM7S, tMilltliil "All
ni't Inr lliu nln nl IIihIkt hi ikIh In I In
.Sliitrn nl CiilllDrnlii, Ori'unu, NVvikIh,
, mill WiihIiIiiIiiii 'IVrrltory," imcxlciiiliit
i In nil till- I'nhlln LiihI Sliilfii liv ni l nf
iAiu-t 4, IMI-J, Mrn. A I Hi- liK nit of
' Hiillliiw, Ciiilllly nf litu1. Slnlr nf On
i yon, lull- tliln iImv tlliil in lliimilllci, licr
HWiirn rl.itfinriit Nu. LV.'T, Inr I Ik' inr
irhiii'C nl llinKK 'j , nl .Sfi'tliin No. '.M,
Tiill-lili L'l Siitilli.iif Itutiiii'!! W. Hint
Htlliitri'i' priHif to liiw tlnit tin liiinl
Hiiiht i limn viiliiulilo fur 1 1 h tlinlicr
I or ftnnu Ilinti Inr iirii'iilniriil piiriiini'H,
mill In I'litiililiuli lu-r i'Iiiiiii tHKitiil liiinl
iH-fore Hit' lti'U'inti'r mill IIii-cUit ol lliin
iilllci' nt U'lHi'liiirt!, Onvnti.oii Wtiliil'ii
ilny. Hit' 7tli tiny nl .Miiy, IIKrJ.
Slut iiiiuit'H n wiliitvjcn:
Sli'ilii'ii A. Liiltmit nf SukIiiiiw', Orv
lini, (ii-nrpi Want of MiiIh'I, Ori'ifiin,
Jiiiiich li', Duiili'l II. Ilriiiiilmti;li, nt
CnttiiK" Oroi'M, Orctfiin.
Any hihI all imtkoiik rliiliiilnir hiIviti-i)-ly
thu iiliuvtt-ilcHc-rllieil lainl an- r
ipicntcil In Ilk) llii'lr i'IiiIihh in tllU ollli'it
on or iK-furt' enlil 7lli iluy nl Muv. I IK)'.'.
.1. T. IIiiiikikh, Ui'Kiiitcr.
NUTICK FOU I'tniLICATIOX.
Unitiil HI 11 leu Land Olllri',
ItiM'biiri, Ori'pm, Full. 14. IIHK.'.
Not i i-ii Ih liuruby t'ivi'ii tbat In ruin
nliiinm ltli t'no pnivlfioim of lliu net nf
CoiiRri-KH of June .'I, 1H7K, enlllled "All
net for tlio hiiIo of tliiilier hiniln in tbu
Sillies of California, Oregon, Neviiibi,
aim imniiiKioii ii'iruorv, iihcxiuiiuoii i
to all tbu
rtilillc l.aiiil statCK Ijv net of ,
miKUBl -I, inir, 1IIOII1IIH H'H'IU' OI I'.ll
(jiintf, County of Liiiip, Kliiln of Oreiron,
bun thin ilny llliil in tills otlleo bin Mwom
Htutuineiit No. -O.'iS, fur tbu puri;bau nf
tbu SK M. of b'cetion No, townxblp 2t
South, of ItiniKU W. and will olb-r
pront to hIiow tbat tbu laud miimlit in
more valuablu for its liinlmr or xtonu
tban fur Htrrluull tiral piirpnxi', and to
outn LIIhIi bin claim 10 Hiiid bind buforo
tbu Ui'fiiHter and llircivcr of tills ntliro
at Uosi'liuriJ, Ori'Kon, on Wudtiesdny,
thu "tli day of May, lW.
Ilu naint'N as wl tnonMUH .
Kd Jordan, Dun IlriinibaiiKh, of Co
burl?, Oregon, Oscar Leo, Ji.bn I'aliner,
ol CottiiKU Orovu. Ori'Kon.
Any and all porwitis elaliniiiK nilvermi
ly tbu abovo-duncribed landH aro ru
ipiextud to lilu tbeir claims in tbi. nlllco
on or bdforu tiaid 7tb day of May, 11)02.
.1, T. IIiiidoks, Iti-if inter.
KOTICK FOR rUIIMOATKIN.
UnUi'dHUtoa iJiinl Ofllco,
ItimoljarK, OruKoa. Mnri'li 29, Wi.
Kotlco U licrcliy Klvcn lliat In ('oiiiillnni'0
ll!l tbu irovlliin o( Iho in't of Convert ot
Jiino.1, 1S7K, I'MllUcl "An AC lor llio vitlo nl
Tlnilier Lanili la tlie Hlntcmif ('iiltrornm, Oru
Koii.NovHiln, mill WimhliiKton Territory," at
cxlomk'il to all Iho I'liblln IjuiiI BiuIch liy net
nl AiinnnH, lWi, n. Thiiimu Awliruy.orcoltnKi)
Orovn. Colllltrof fJOIoHtHleof Ort'ifoll has thin
lay tiled In this olllre lilu nworii miituiiiunt No.
2HVI, (or Ihu inirdiami of Iho Houth-eait ijnartor
iilSei'llon Nn.:i. Tiiwimlilpisi Kouih, olltaiiKii
1 Wet anil will otl'ei tiroof toHhow tlutt thulumt
foiiKlit ii inoru valuable for llii tlinlxir or Mlone
than for aKrloultural iurK)ncH, ami to oMabllih
hlarlalm tonahl IhihI huloru Ihu lU'itlatrr iimt
Ileculvor of thUofllpoat ItnHchiirtf, Orugou, on
Frhlay IhuUoilayof June IWl,
Itenameaaa wltneaiia:
CharU'alh Ilrunean, IV II, IlrnmbaiiKh, John
Talnier, Jou Lee, ol CollaKo Orovu, Oregon.
Anyandull rairfona rlaluiInK ailvi'Mely tho
mlmvAleiinrUieil lamia aro rmiucaleil to rile
their clalina In thlaotllt'oon or before will 20
aayoIJuneiuiB.
J, T. IlBinoKfi, Iteglilcr.
Von can bny any prnparation at .T,
V. Currln's that Is advertised In any
paper. Kcmomnor we maun a specially
of family receipts,
WALKING SKIRTS
DRESS SKIRT Si
sjii:ii) our jsriinw
mm
ij
ni amiw 11 ji
Many new shades and
BAKIS&BEISTOff.
our sales demapfls.
Goods i
ifelT Come mnUcc thcm.s'
M'A i,!nv In Ihp WusL
oaBiiiaaRBeaeBiBoiBeaonBBativiatiBaBoa
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Direct from the Factories;
Wc nre sole Agents for Oregon run! can savf you the
middle imiu'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 early pay incuts. We are the sole Agents for
the celebrated TROWilRIDOK Piano. Write Us tor Cata
logue and prices.
MORRIS & CRAW,
S
S Ninth Street, Eugene, Oregon. 2
s B s
BeflBeBaBaBaBHOBO0HaBaBenBORnt)BeBeaaflBaflaa
JENKINS 4 LAWN
I'aint Supply Store
First qualities in everything in
the line of paint and paiuter.s's
supplies.
' The only complete line of Wal
. ,. .
LATEST DESIGNS
LEADERS IN LOW PRICES.
Painters and Paperhangers
Kor any kind of work in house
furnishing, get our prices. They
are'riglit, and wc guarantee our
work.
Store first door Kast of Bridge
011 Main Street.
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS.
notici: roit rmiuuATioN.
I'liltcl Klatca limt (inieu.
ltofchurK, OreRon, Miirrli V, Y.m,
Notlrela hurchy kIicii Unit In torn 1 lanio
with tho irovlalnnao( Conxreas of Juno V, 1S78,
I'litltk'il "An Art (or the mlo ul Timber hiimla
In tho Htatoa o( Ciillforuhi, Oroxou, Nevaihi, anil
Wanhlniilon Terrllory," 11a I'xtunili'il to nil tho
1'nliUn Ijiii'1 Klulea byiirt of AiiKU't I, lM'l,
ChnrluH II. Ilrnnt'iiii of CuIIhud llrovo, County
ol iJiuoBtuto n( Ori'Kou lina Ihla ilny llleil In
thlx 1. Ilk u hUHiirn la(oiiu'iilN(i. 2102, (or the
purehaHooltho I.iiIb 13, is, 10, mul 20 ol Hocllou
Ko. iui,Townnhlp22 Koiith, o( JIiimku 1 Wot ami
will oiler proof to nhow Ihul tho laml noiiKht la
more valuable (or ll timber or atono than (or
BKrli ulliinil imri'oro, ami lo i'Ktiibllh hla
rlalm to anhl Innif behire tho HckIhIit anil lie
reiver ol thla iifllco nt HoKoburK, Oregon, on
Frhlay the 20ilayo( June, IWi.
lie nuinea HHwnnenieH!
1), T.Awbrey, I). II. ilrumhauKh, John 1'ul
mer ami Joo Leu oM.'nttHse Orove.Orevon.
Any unit all .omnia rlalmlnK ailvcraoly
1110 aiiove-iu'acriiK'ii lauua are ruiiuuaiuu 10 11 10
thulr I'lalmi In thla ofllco on or buluro mihl 2U
aayi'Uunu iwv
J. T. IIiiiimjeh, Hi'Klalar,
Kiwi roal estate bargains of Joromo
Knox k (!o.
AM) note.
styles in Kid'Xxlovcs.
increase in
this side of I'ortlnnd.
ic price
' Our New Sill
rare diy
Window. Thev pre 1
Latest nt
s,tyle silks, liny the .
expected this early.
VOUK8 NOW.
MERCHANDISING
:wrove, tu'Aoii
j TIIK OLD RKLIAI1LK
Grocery Stor
e
Caries a full line of Staple
nnd Pancy goods, Grnuite,
Crockery, Tin mul Glasswnre,
Vegetables, Plour, l'ecd, Oats,
Hay nnd everything the
farmer or the hottscwifo needs.
Produce of nil kinds taken
in exchange.
It will he n pleasure nt nil
times to show our goods and
you are earnestly requested to
call nnd examine 4licui.
Il'lll meet All UoiiijHtlon
In 1'rlrvs.
SKILLMAN & GAROUTTE
Successor to linker & Johnson
COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
NOTICK IOR rt'HMCATION',
United Hlaiea Ijimi oilleo,
.... . Ihianhnrir. Oieniin, March II, my,
Notlfale hereby Knen that In compliance
Willi till, liroVUIlltlH 1)1 lllO lll't Of l',t..r.... ..f
I June 3, m,8, enlltleil "An Act (or tho .tiki of
Tiiiinor Muni 111 oik Niaiea nirniiiorula, Ore
K011, eallll, mul WaaliliiKliin Territory," aa
i'Xleniloil to all tho public laml Hlalea by act o(
AUKimt I, isaj, John (linker, of Collage Orovu.
CoiiulyiilUno.NlaloolOreKou, haa Ihla ilny
tiled In llllaoltleo hlaawom Mlalomciit No. 2101.
lor tho mirehuao ol thu K'j NK', HWU NHI-4,
and HI! 1-1 NW 1-1, ul miction., So. at l"iwlilllu
'.11 H, ruuKO 2 went, and will oiler proof to nliow
that Iho laud nought la iimru valuable (or lla
llmhuror atiiiiu than (or agricultural purooaoa,
mul to OHlablUli Ida claim lo Hiild laud buforo
tho llcglMor and Itec elver ol IIiIh nlllco atllono'
burg, Oregon, on Saturday, tho 17th ilny of
May, 11102.
Iim naiiieH aa wltueaiieai
Alfrod A. Aiuleraon, Henry lllgclow nnd llun
l'lleher, of Doruua, Orogou, and II. n0w. of
Cottngu Orovo, Oregon,
Any and nil peraona claiming advemoly tho
iibovo-ilcaerlbed landii aro rvnuealed tn II lo
their clalina In Ihla odlco on or buforo aald 17th
day of May, 112. J.T, lnuwiKa,
. 1
Wo linyo on bunci rt largo stock of
klln-clrleil IloorhiK, cellltiK and rustloln
Krades 1 2 and 3. Lot us make you
epeciul prices,
UooTii-Km.i,Y LuMnisn Co,
n I
2
. 1 w
A l l ITIOX A It Ml XI XO
4 XOTHH.
K. H. Lovelace, of tlic SniirNc
Miiiiui; Couipimy. who hits lecti
here Mime weeks in Ihc ittcrct of
hieoiupnny, fame in fiom the hills
Sntltidny tin I Iclt cnrlv tills week
for his home nt Kurt Kiiiisom, IH
kotii, whete he will tciiiain until
June, nt which time he will letnrn
here 11 ml spend the wiimiii. Mr.
Lovelace cxpiesscH himself hltfhly
pleased with the romlition in which
he fou ml the cimipiiny's property,
and has set 11 force of men nt work.
As soon ns he returns n larger force
will be put to work and the l"P
ertMleveloped as fast ns possible.
Hoys, the rnilrond Is now said to jt lm(l iij,eitiin toilay would have
be a sure go. This news should be ,ccll n.Cogui7'.cd the world over as
encouraging " of you. and olle of tle Krenu-st mineral pro
thc worst wish the Nugget wlshrs (,u.(.rs ),, tl,L-United States. If the
any of you, who luive toiled amide-, rnilro.icl hail have been built five
ptlvetl yourselves ol many ol ue,vcnr, n(,(l Cottnge Grove today
plcnsuiesof life by virtue of vbur wou,j imve )cc cjly f IOl0oo
. ..l.....i:.l 1. .1.., ...... 11,,. 1 ...
.,w,ni... ..nu. 11.,.. nwii.t 1
hernia would show her riches to the
world, is that it will go, which
means that you will find n wny to
get to the market with the riches
hidden beneath you. Here's look
ing at you ooys, wmi uoiu eyes. proM.Mv .,, ,,e worth ninny
hl,u, I times what they nre today? Wc
I). R. Lnibl ol Portland, son of! nil know that the tiny is past when
Mrs. Piiinicau who owns the fa- commercial and industrial cntcr
motis Knott mine in llohcmia. nr-1 prises can be curried to a successful
rived in Collage Grove Tuesdny 1 issue without the assistance of rail
for a few days visit. Mr. I.mtd, wnys. The same argument that is
wife and mother will renew their advanced in the interest of good
acquaintance with Cottage Grove wagon roads nnd good streets is
and Iloheuiin as soon ns the season applicable to the railroad question,
fairly opens, mid active develop- flic establishment of good wagon
mcnt will lie carried 011 at the mine, j ra,is )S nu incentive for people to
Work will soon commence on ! purchase property tapped by said
the wagon road leading from the good wagon roads, at increased
Mustek to the Helena mines nutl ! price, for the reason that crops can
will be carried on by the Helena he handled in any and at alt seasons
Consolidated Company and no of the year, taking advantage of
work or means will lie spared to 'every strengthened condition of the
lit the rond in first class condition,
t?fiil.iit Jlj::iqtNFi.i
For Couch 11111I (' ibl In Children
"I luive not tliu liL'hii'"t lii'aitmu'y In ,
iis'oiiiiiii'iuliii): ('hiiiiilN'rliiliiV Coiicb
lli-ini'ily l'i nil lin nre MiitlVt inir from
rouglia or I'ulil-," mH Cliua. M. C'rillner, I
I:h., a "ell known nutebiiiuki'r, of Co-
IiiiiiIhi, (Vyliui. "Il luia liwn aoim two
Vfiirn alni'i' tln t'ltv Diapfii'iiry llml I
nihil 111 v utli'iitliiii In thia viibmlilti 1
iiiiilieimi mul I luive repi'iiliilly iimsI il
mid it lin iiIuiivn ln'i'11 iH'iielleliil. It1
liu eiiiiil nil' ipih'klv ol nil elie.t rolda. 1
It i piMiiriiillv I'lfi'i'tu'i' (nr I'lilhlii'M 11l.1l
ofhlnin t,iki' iiuirr tlimi onu iKittl,. t..,llie lootprinis 01 a giganuc enter
eiire tliflii ol hnarai'iii'. I liuvi' per-1 .)rj!(. tlere .. wjjj fimJ nmif0ld
iiiuli'il iiiiinv tn try tlii valuiilih' iiiiiIi-I ; . '
.ilu-. and tin y mi' nil aa uHI pli'iim-il ' increase 111 the wealth of that com
11 n mvM'lf ovi'r tlm ii'aiill. For cult- by ..,,..,,.,
I.vona i A .il-trni. Drain. Ileiiauii ;
D'riiis Co., Cntiiigf i.rnvf.
- -
NOTICK FOU I't'llLICATlON.
I'tilleil StutcH I.mihI Olllec.
ItiiMcburK. Oiv.. April stb. 1!HL.
Not li-t' l lieivli.v Kivt'ii t lut t III com
pllnuei' Willi tbe prov IkIiiiis nf tlic net
nl ('iiiikivhn nl Jlllll' !t, ls"S. cut It It'll
"An net fur t lie Hiilt'uf tliuU'i' IiiiiiIh
In tbe Stuti'x i'f Ciillfnriiln, Oii'Kon,
Ni'vndn. mul WusliliuttimTi'iTltor.v."
us cxtciideil In nil tbe l'lilill,' I.11111I
Stnti'M by net nf AiikihI 4. IS.l.', Fivd
l. llni'Ht.of Aiirui-u. Ciiunt.v of Mil-
lion, Htiil of Oivkiiii.Iiiim till tiny
filed Iii IIiIh nillci" IiIm Mwiirn Htutf-1
irsiof''il!::; tjx;wt
Htilp Nu. 111 S. Ituiw No." Went. niul
will offer proof lo nbow tbnt tlic
bind MotiKlit Im iiiiuv vnluublt' for Uh
timber orHtoni" tliun for iiKi-leiiltui'nl ,
ptiriioHi'H. nnd in fstiibllKb IiIm i-liiliii !
In HillU ill lit iieinif ine ih'kikii'i 111111
UiTfivi'l' ottlllH iilllfO lit UoNeliUl'K,
Oiviron. nil 'i'liui-Nibiy. the llltb ilny
of July. lix-'.
Ill" IIUIIIt'H IIH WltlH'HHl'K:
II. A. Snyder. O. A. lloek. J. M.
Will, O. 11. (Iruy. of Atirorn, Oivkiiii.
A 1 iv mul nil pfi'HiuiH t'lulmin;; 111I
vi'l'Hi'iv tilt' ubiivt'-dtwrlbi'il IiiiiiIh oiv
ivqueHtt'il tu llle their elulniH In tliln
nlllei" nu nr lielure unlit Kith duynf
July, 1IKI-'. . ,
J. 'P. IllllIMIIIH, Itt'KlHlcr.
NOTICK KOU l'tllll.ICATION.
tTultt'il Stntt'M L11111I Olllee,
UnHi'biu-K, Oiv.. April lit It. IIKC',
Notli'u Is bi'ivby kIvcii tbnt In enm
plluni'i" with tilt' provlHloiirt nt tin"
net of OniiKicHW nl.luni" it, 1S7S, en
tltli'il "An net tor the wilt' of timber
IiiiiiIh in tbu NtntrH of Ciillfurulu, t)it
Kim, Ncvniln. 11111I WiiHliliiKton 'IVr
rltorv." iih I'.xli'iiiled tn nil the Pub
lic l.Ullll fMUIt'H n.v IIVI 111 .UIKIUU 1
1WL'. William C Jnni'H nf .Mniiud
t
mint v nf Lnlii", Slntc of Oiviron Iiiih ,
Mi ilnv tiled In Ibis olllci" bin Hworu 1
Htutcinent No. -Wl, for tho iureliuHt"
oftheSWtf NV(. N SV tf. SWj
K1V V nf Sect 1 ill No. H, TuwilHlltll "J
Motitli. of Unnn'c tl Went and will
n tier iit-oot to hIiow Hint tbu bind
MoiiKbt Is nioif viilunbli" fnrltH tlm
ber nr Mtonn tliun for UKi'lcultiiral
iiurpoHi'H, mul In OHttiblfMli lilneliilin
ttiHuldbind iK-foivtlni UukIhIci' mul
Itm-lvornf tills nlllco nt HoNi'burtr,
Ort'Kou, 011 Wi'dncHiliiy tho ltlth, ilny
of Jiily, HXW.
llO lUllllliH IIH WltnCHHCHi
John H. How'lton, Wttm'u 0.
Smith, (leorgo lloselton, 11, J.
Wntti", of Crow, OivKon.
Anv and all peinoiiH i-lnlinlnK nd
VffHe'ly tho iibove-iU'HcrllKMl IiiiiiIh
nru lwiiu'Htfd to llle their elulniM In
thlH nlilfii on or before Hiild 10th tiny
of July, 100;!. . ,
J, T. ItitinuuH, HeglNtcr.
MmesaBdnimpq
y Dovol'od to Dohenitu Nofo.5 and
AIIMI'T Till! KAII.HOA1)
The railroad nice ting of last week
is significant of the fact that there
nre lew people in ibis section of
Oregon who do not believe in a
rnihtmdto Hnhcnii.i.. The way in
which the oconle flocked tin to
anlwrrili,. In tilt rit'lil nf wav ftiiul
, M,n,iH,cs (jlc facti jt to j,c 1 and city? Hut someone says what
, reKtt.e, that the road could not!,locs tbe N"Kgct know about the
. . ... f If lvalue of property. The
iiituiliitatitA ami perbans more.
Would such a condition mean any
thing to the property owners of
Cottnce Grove?
If Cottage Grove had ten times
its present population would not
market, beneficial to the producer,
( purchase from you your surplus 01
real holdings, for they show thrift,
enterprise and sturdy business ap
plication. A railroad tn Hohemia or to any
other given point argues the same
thing only in nn intensified degree,
for it shows that some gigantic en
terprise is to be obtained through
lint mr.,1tttm nnrt ivlifri vnll fintl
, , ,
' . , .
hugeiie todav is contemplating a
railroad to Hlue River why? Ilc-
cause the shrewd practical business
men of that city see nnd understand
the immense advantages to be
gained by the culmination of such
n project. And when the scheme
buds you will find the county seat
town of I.nuc county will not
haggle over n few thousand dollars
llior Imr riti-piis rnllertivelv will
. '
be asked to raise. 1 hey will come
,ow" w,iv,,e o.eyJ,,;ll,,v.he,y
always do in enterprises of the kind,
xot that they have money to burn
' , , , .
but that they see ndvaucnl business
onportuiticH on account of
the mining industries to be tapped
by the building of the rond into
the hills of Hlue River.
See what the people of Corvallis
are doing for the Corvallis and
Knstcrn rnilroad. That little city
has raised $50,000. Albany came
promptly to the front on the same
enterprise.
Grants Pass is contemplating,
nnd in fact working on a road to
Crescent City, a distance of 70
miles and expects to put up at least
$25,000,
See wlint branch roads arc doing
for Spokane and Hnker City?
Now let us touch upon some of
the enterprises that would he
, ... !...., 1.. . .i. r.. i
the event of the building of the
Cottage Grove
ttud Hohemia rail-.
rond.
Take the mining industry for in
stance. See wlint a world of wealth
which now lies hidden under the
frown of Hohemia, Pnirview, Grouse
and Klephant Mountains would be
unearthed. Car load after car load
of ore would be in process of ship
ping daily.
Look nt the timber interests. See
what ci magnificent body of fir lies
between here nnd tfiis tcrminitis of
the piopcised road awaiting an out-
1 let to the market.
ok a' t1,c sawmill enterprises
'tl,at wou,(1 l)t: i,ll in operation. AN
ready Cottage Grove is assured of
ol,c milling enterprise when the
1 ron, "u,,t
Wlmt about the enhancement of
1 the vnlueof propetty, both country
I Nugget docs not know the exact
value of property today, but there
j is one thing certain, if you do not
do something to make it more
valuable than it is today, it will
never be more valuable. Real
holdings arc not to he reckoned on j
the same basis with a steer calf. You; t
can buy the calf and if he don't get
the hollow horn or something or, '
other, you can sit on the inflated 1
side of your pants nnd watch him
growinto a tlirec-ycar-old steer andr
some money, but if you own real
estate and don't do something to
keep it up and make it increase in
vnltte, it will stay where it was the
day you cursed it by buying it, un
less some other fellow comes in.
with the enterprise that every man
should have, and does something
for hitfKclf and community which
of necessity gives you a bid to get
on his wagon and ride iuto in
creased wealth.
No one can successfully dispute,
the assertion that propetty is worth
25 per cent more here in this city
and adjacent to the town thaiHr
was before wc had any assurance
that n railroad would this summer
be built.' to Ikitrmia, and before
t"3
-ITT,rf,T , t 'V.,1,,,. ikearv fine'
increais3-'in Value every day.
This may not appear to you to be
much of an argument; but here is
the question: If property will ad
vance iu price and find a market
upon the strength of talk of rail
road, where will it go when the
rnilroad is built?
This paper is sincere when it
says that it is the stepping stone to
ten times greater wealth to the in
habitants of this section of country
than has been pictured upon the
hazy canvass of our fondest dreams.
The directors of the Jttdson Rock
Mining Company had n meeting
last Monday and considerable im
portant business was transacted.
The company has met with a splen
did success in disposing of the first
50,000 shares, which were placed
on the local market at 3 cents.
This stock was subscribed for,
practically, by citizens of Cottage
Grove nnd vicinity, who have per
sonal acquaintance with the prop
erty nnd the men nt the head of it.
At the meeting Monday 50,000
more shares were blocked off nt
5 cents per share. It is said that
this stock is all but sold, many ap
plications for stock having been
filed with the secretary pending a
meeting of the board. The man
agement of the company speaks in
high terms of the condition of the
property, and work will be pushed
with nil possible speed this season.
News from the I.e Roy received
here this week are to the effect that
the new strike reported through
these columns last week has
widened to seven feet of solid lend
nnd copper ore, giving the Laura
tunnel a full face of very rich ore.
Superintendent Behne announced
to a reporter this week that as soon
as the codditioti of tbe weather and
roads would permit the hauling of
supplies, the Helena and Musick
mills will be put in active oper
ation for the season's run. Much
ore is blocked out in these mines
means a great deal to the
camp. The Helena alone has $5,
000,000 of ote iu sight.
The Helena people have just let
another 500 foot contract on the
Star, which it is understood will
soon be placed on the dividend list.
Arrangements nre 'also being made
to put iu a new, car and track us
weU"as' the' building 'of , a wagon
road.
V