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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 1, 1902)
HOWARD A HENRY,
tv-j, now. .... tor.
Entered at U xlofflf at 01tr Clwrf,
Cttjon ai Mctrad Claw mil tthi Ht.
N l nf r I r.. ! t . (Wl. In Nl Urtrt
. UtvrtMn IUtMttuu. bMn upon
Tfitn tinrn UVmt tin ffl.&t K. If. rvraie'i
,.Jllertlilri.Amn. Mnt. Marrtimiti
hn. Bn rranrltco. California, wnerecon.
trmcti (or idmllrtnt ran w made lot It,
FrIUAT, AVT.WS7 I, 100i.
In this issue of tbe Nntrcet will
be found a notice inviting and so
llciting tbe citizens of Cotjage
Grove to attend a meeting Friday
evening with tbe view of talking
over the method of procedure in
the matter of seenriug literature
necessary to give our particular lo
cality recognition in the several
states where the literature of our
, sister towns is so soon to be circu
lated through the medium of the
advertising bureau, represented by
Mr. McKinney. who visited this
eity some time ago. It will be re-
membered that no money consider
ation was asked by the bureau
manacer. He simply extended a
courteous invitation to provide his
bureao with whatever literature we
desired that onr town and vicinity
might have asa representation along
with other towns. We must take
j into consideration that every town
and locality of any coneinence in
i .Oregon is enthusiastic in this mat
ter and that they have- agreed to
furnish from .50.000 to 150,000
pamphlets, according to the size of
the town, and that in some in
stances the matter is already in the
hands of the printer, and that if we
do. anything toward showing the
good people of the middle west
that we are alive and on earth, we
must get at it as soon as possible.
This is an opportunity that comes
to a state upon rare occasions, say
nothing of a community, and the
best should be made of the oppor
tunity. It means the rapid growth
of the state of every community
m the state. It means the intro
duction of wide-awake and pro
gressive citizens of every state, who.
represent in the aggregate thous
ands of dollars in money. It means
In the dlatrlct fit prencnt; therefore,
tbeiimileof tnuiHportntlon between
the ftrtoilKcllt)iw ot the district l
by htimbnek. With the coming ot
railroad these wagon roads will be
built. The travel In tlie district will
keen onen thene roads durlnir the
winter and all tho oren can be hauled
to the cam on sleds.
The Bohemia District Is In the
wewtcro part ot tho nUtto. OrvRon
It sell l about SCO talk tn length-cant
to went and at Mitt 330 rnileu north to
Mouth, and contains an iuvrt ot W.-
0.10 wjunre mile, being over 11 time
thotireaof Mrvwncmiaett. itn pop
ulation In abont BOO.OOO,
Oregon ho (went vnrlcty ot win
era!. Placer K'd l found ntpnjr
the river cquro between the varl.
ous rnngea awl spur. Quart gold
Ih mined hi the wwtem, wwteni tuul
Houthern nectlonsot tbestatc. Silver
la found coestcnalvc with thcKold,
Copper and leal are frequently found.
Clnnnlw cslste In paying qunntltlca
near the headwatcra Ot the Will-
lunette river In the wentern part of
the Ktatc. Iroii exist In tlw north
cm iart ot the state. Coal Is found
alone the const In various places.
It la a well known fact thnt Oregon
Is today taking front rank among
the mineral producers ot the United
State. And those who Know her
tiesh predict that she will outstrip
Colorado m the production of gold
within the next ten years, while as
tor the Bohemia ittniug District I
believe It Is the most promising I
have ever seen and I predict a most
brilliant future for lu
I wish to buv a good improved
farm. Address Lock Box 65, Cot
tage Grove, Ore.
Improvkd Farms Wanted.
We have a tew casn ouyers tor
improved farms. Also city property.
I'lIIIXirS fit WUKKLER.
U. S.. Martin and whit Gowdy
have consolidated their furniture
stores and this week removed their
stocks to tbe new building 011 First
street owned by Martin, Jenkins &J
New Bar And Fixtures.
Messrs. Barker and Pertnan, pro
prietors of theExchange saloon, are
busy this week with their entire
force as well as carpenters and
oainters overhauling their rooms
on Main street, and replacing the
old bar and fixtures with new. Tbe
new bar is a beauty and will com
pare with the best in. Lane county.
money to develop tbe various en- Insane.
terprises, some of which have been Cbos. S. Settle, was locked' up
started in a way, only to be cast Thursday by Constable Bert Law
aside for want of capital, while son charged with.insanity. He has
others were only dreamed of. Let had trouble with .one of his
NOTICE FOR ronUCATION.
United States Land Office,
Kocbirfc, Or)ton, - , IU03.
Kotin is herebv clven that in uotodII-
snce with the proTifioni of the act of
Congrcfs of June S, 1878, entitled "An
act for the sale of timber landa in the
. . r r . ! . t V" I -
and Washington Terrltorr," a extended
to all the Public land State by act of
Augmt 4, 1893, Thomas A. Cimplwll, of
Mohawk, Countyof Lane, Kta(e of Ore
gon, has this day filetl In this office his
sworn statement No. 3030, for the par
chafe of the if H N K f , N K 1-4 8V 1-4 A
NW1.-1SK 1-4 of Section No. 32ToDhln
22 8 of Banco 2 W. and will offer proof to
show thatthnland sought is mora valu
able forits timber orstonethan toragri
enltaralpnrpote. and to establiih his
claim to said land before Marie L Ware
U. S. Commissioner at Kucene. Orecon.
on Tuesday the7ihdaypl Oct., 1903.
lie names as witnesses:
William Whit, of Cot U eo Grove. Ore-
on, Joseph Shies, of Star, Oregon. Cal
Si. Young, 01 Vina, uaneio..ure., Her
man T. Dow. of Cottage 13 rove. Ore.
Any and all persons claiming adverse
Ir the abovc-riescrit-ed lands are re
quested to file their claims in this office
on or before said 7th day of Oct., 1902.
J.T. ISmducs, Keglater.
ns not be caught napping. Let us
respond aud get in and secure our
share of tbe great flood offmmigra
tion sure to follow the broadcast
spread of Oregon literature. It is
.coming to Oregon, and if we do not
get it it will be because we have
,,jiot enterprise to reach out for it,
an"d"ih that event we do not deserve
- it. Let every one come ont and do
Cottoned lroun?a L
500; 1896, f 27,000; 1S97, H5.O00; 1S98
iMfiOQ; 1899, $75,000; 1900, $VXifi(f;
-. 1901, $200,000; tnUi $578,40.
Jloat.of this ore -jvas "treated by'
stamp mills and concentrating tables
The activity In the district has In
creased from year ,to j-ear and some
very rich strikes have been made
rlurlnc the last 12 months. Conser
vative estlmateH place the yalneot
the ore on tbe damps and In the
mines await tag transportation fa
cilities as over $5,000,000.
The ores that have been sent out
to tho smelters have mostly been con
centrates. These ores were hauled
Ijy wagon to Cottage Grove at a
cost of $10 per ton. There, are
smelters at San Francisco, Tocoma
and Everett. Tacoroa has received
most of the ore. Tlie coHt ot hauling
on the railroad and treatment at the
smelters has averaged about $15 per
ton, making a total cot from the
mines of $25 per ton. It has, there
lore, been Impossible to ship direct
from tlie mines, with concentrating,
ores running less than $'H per ton,
This, of course, will be obviated
-when the railroad Is completed. It
wlil then be possible to ship the
crudo ores that run $! per ton, and
)etm rt inmil! margin for the owner.
Tilts will be a great boon to many
who cannot utford to put In concen
There Is a line opportunity for
'' capital to put In custom mills. Three
or four of them In various parts of
the district would pay handsomely.
Arrangements have about !ven com'
pleted for erecting a smelter on the
Hue of -the new railroad, ltt miles
from tlw district.
Bohemia presents marked iwlvan
tages over the average mining camp
for economical mining. The hillsides
are steep and nearly all ot the claims
can be developed by driving tunnels
directly on tho ledsea and gaining
great depths.- It Is frequently tho
ittso that on a single claim a .depth
of 100 feet-can 1 gained by driving a
tunnel on the vein from tlie lower
end ot the claim. Theiefson abund
ancc of timber and water and fre
quently sufficient powerenn.be ob.
tiilned on tho chibn from tho water
to run all the machinery required lor
tho intiio and mill.
Tho disadvantages are tho heavy
fall of enow In the winter on the
mountain) and the rain lii.thevnl.
leys. The uubw Is often eight to ten
feet on tho level and lavs on tlw
ground usually until the Brut of June.
neighbor, and Although said to be
imaeinary..it seems to have preyed
on his mincfuiitil he lost his reason.
Sheriff Withers was notified and
came up on the afternoon train and
took tbe unfortunate man-tb Eu
gene for examination.
Allen Hater, the tweive-year-oici
son ot Air. ana .Mrs. j.onn w.
Baker, oi this city, has proven
himself a very promising, hunter,
already this season. While at tbe
Baker ranch on Mosby creek this
month he hiked, into the woods
with a. 38 Winchester and soon was
up against a big buck. At a dis
tance of 75 yards, he took an off
hand shot at the deer and dropped
him in bis tracks with a bullet
through bis heart.
Wednesday the warehouse be
longing to Long & Bingham was
refitted for the temporary depot of
Southern Pacific. Agent Aubrey
has received instructions to vacate
the old depot by August I, and be
seems to be prompt-to take time by
the fo-clock, work will commence
immediately and it 4s predicted that
Cottage Grove wilUbave one of the
most complete and modern depots
of any town of its size within six
M. S. S. Picnic
At 11:30 Wednesday morning
about 150 M E- S S scholars aud
teachers filed up to thpO &S. E.
railway grpunds where two nicely
decorated and well seated flat cars
awaited them and got aboard.
They were bound for a days outing
at tbe end of tbe track, with the
view of spending a happy noon
hour in tbe -.England grove A
bounteous feast of good things in
cluding ice cream and cake was in
evidence and tb"? day was passed
There will be a meeting of the
business men and citizens of Cot
tage Grove this (Friday) evening at
Johnson WEby's lavvomce todis
cos the subject of issuing advertis
iug pamphlets for the city aud sur
rounding country in accordance
with the plans of the advertising
mitttu. r'.'Uf I7nmm.il T f
system. This will be an important
meeting for those interested in tbe
future growth and progress- of Cot
tage Grove and should be freely at
This Saw Miu..
Work on the Long & Bingham
saw mill is progressing as fast as
the adjustment of heavy machinery
will permit, Mr. Long plates that
logs will be loaded ou tbe Oregon
& Southeastern lino from tbe Mack
England place and the Dave Baker
place next week, J. B. Manning,
tbe mill manager, who has been
identified with large milling in
terests 011 tbe sound for many years
now financially invented with
who hns and will have when the
mill is completed direct charge ol
the plant, expects to be ready to
put tbe mill in full action by the
10th of August. At ptcsent the
mill will cut 30,000 feet, but it is
itv prctcd that the plant
will be increased to 60,000 in less
than one year, in fact the mm
foundation was built with this in
SOHCE FPU PUBLICATION.
Unltnl State tarn) OHIce,
Rotebiirg.Orcvoii, July 11, 1902.
Notlist in linfebv ulvoii that In cumuli
ance with the" provislous of tho net of
fjinur. of Jun! 3. 1878. entitled "An
act tor the nle ol timber Units In the
States of California, Oregon, Havana,
ami Wathlngton Territory," aa extended
to nil the 1'iiblle Land Sutra by act o(
Annul 4. 181EL Mrs. Lavrllo C. 11 own.
otl'ortlanil. County of Multnomah, State
ot Oregon, hai this day tiled In this office
her sworn ttatement No. 2934. for the
purchaie of the or. jr.ot Section o, w,
Towuahip 20 South, of Itanjjo 2 W. and
will oner prooi to mow mat too laiiu
aniieht la more valuable for III timber
oritone than for agricultural purpose,
and to establish her claim to said land
before Marie U Ware. TJ . 8. Commia
aioner at Kuceiio, Oregon, on Thurs
day. thrSSth day of Sept., 1902.
Mm names as witnesses :
C. M. Yonnir. Jaroer L. Goln. A.J
Shoemaker of Kiivne, Ore., Hugh
Any and all pereon clalminc adverse
ly tho nboY-dfcrlbt land are re
quested to file their claims in thia-oftlca
on or before said 26th day of Sspt.. 1902.
j, l . uhiooes. iiegiuer.
NOTICE FOR PUBUCAT10N.
United Statet Land Office,
Roseburg, Orejton, , 1902.
Notice Is hereby riven that in com
pliance with the phlviaiont of the act of
Ctinarcsaof June 3, 1878, entitled "An
act for the sale ol timber land in the
Status of California, .Oregon, Nevada,
and' VahinrUJr Territory," us tx-
tendW to all the l'uollc ijimi maiea uy
actof A i iii at 4. 1802, Frederic G.Youni.
nf Kuirene. Countv of Lane. State of
Oregon, has thia dav tiled in thla otfice.
hii aworn atatement No. 3033 lor tlie
purchaae nf the Lots 3. 4, 0 & 10
of SwrtlbirNo. 1R. Towmhin 20.. 8outh
of Kang-N. 1' West ; and'wlll offer proof
toshownnnvtne lana sougin is more val
uable for ita timber or atone than for ag
ricultural piirpoes, and .to ettablinh hi
claim to ald land before Mkrie L.
Ware. U.S.-Coinmifsloner at hugene,
Oregon, on Saturday, the 11th day of
He names ai witnrsaesr
Jweph Slee, of Cottage Grove. Ore., AN
Ired liigelow, ucnjaniln nicner.ni ot-ir,
Orrgi-n, Ilorman T. Dow, of Cottugf
Any and all persona claiming adverse
ly the uhovcdeacrlbed lamU are re-
quested to file their claim in this offii-e
on or oelore am iii.ii nay-oi uci., luua
J. T. Uriookh, Jtegitler.
NOTICE VOJl PUBLICATION.
United State Land Offlce,
Itonehurg, Ore., June 3tth, 1002.
Notice Ih hereby irlven that In com
pllance with the provUlonB of the
actof CongrcBH of June 3, 1878, en
titled "An act for the sale of timber
landtfln the State of California, Ore
gon, Nevada, and Washington Ter
ritory." an extended to all the Pub
lic uvati HtnteH uy ace oi Augum ,
lfi92. Adelbert J. Mclntvre. of lie-
iinlnm. Countv of ChehnllH. State of
wiufli.,iiaHtuiH(iay nici in hum nuice
lilx nworn Htatcment No. 2800, for the
purchano of the E of the 8W X.
of theSEJfof Section No. 10, Towiwhlp
No. 21 South, ot Itange 8 West and
will offer nrnof to Hhow tlint the land
nought Is more valuable Jor It tim
ber f)T Htone man ior asncunurui
purpoe, anr to eutablfHh IiIh claim
to said viand before Marie I Ware,
U. 8. Commlsaloner at Eugene,
Oregon, on Monduy the 15th, day
of Sept,, 1902.
He names oh wiinenMen:
Olof Obenr. tniarlen Oliertr. Hialmar
rieison, ueo. w, naw, oi jioquiani,
Any and all pcrRonx claiming ad
versely tne aDovc-fiCKcrioea itinuH
are renuetited to tile their clnlniH In
thin office on or before sold 15th day
of Sept,, 1902.
d. i . uiunuEH, itegiHter,
NOl'ICB FOB I'UBLICATION.
United State! Land Office,
, Iloelmnr. Ore., Juno 24th, 1902.
Notice In hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of the
act of Congrcwt of June'3,-1878, en
titled "An act for the side of 'Umber
landa In tho-StuteH of California. Ore
gon, rtevada, and wimnington Ter
ritory," as extenuea to an ine runuc
Ijtnd StatCH by act of Autrust-f . 1892.
Charles Obcrg, of Hoqulam, County of
chehaiis, Htato oi wasn., nan tnis
day filed In this ofllco his sworn
statement No. 2809, for tho purchase
of tho NB of Section No. 14 In
Tow"rwhlpNo.21 S., Bongo No. 8 West
and will offer proof to show that the
land sought le more valuable for Its
timber or stone man ior agricultural
pur.KjHCH, and to establish his claim
to said land liefore Mario L. Ware,
U. H. Commissioner at Eusenc.
Oregon on Monday, ttp 15th day of
lie names as witnesses:
Olof Obcrg, A. J. Mclntyre, IIjaI
mar Nelson, Geo. W. Bhuw, of IIo.
Any and nil persons claiming ad
versely tho above-described lands are
roiuorited to file their claims In this
ofllce on or before said 15th day of
.f T BitiDCI " irr t-r
llK t'OKT OF Til K CON D1TION
The First ' National Bauk
pf Cottage Qrote, rt Cottag Orove.tn
the Stnte of Oregon, ntthecloiept biul
neaa, Jnly 16th, 1W2.
ImhiihJ illneoauti IKS'? 01
0rJr(t, imnlKil ami unttcenM ,W H
tt, H. ltondi to ncrarr flrculnllon U.KHJ 00
I'nuiiMAi on u. a itomt Ma ce
txvtU, Mvorittw, tc ... e.ewsi
BanVlncliaut, latulliim ulAilur &.W0W
Du Iron Nllon lltwll (uot IUkiv
)o from apiirovl rvMrve agtnU. . VtU 11
CheeVi anil olhor cili llema
FraetlooaL raixr eurrtner, ulrkrlt,
uwrcLUOMir ariavRl tin
trl I W M
Ra.irnipllouruiil with V. .HTreiur
(J per cent ot vlKulttloii) . .
Tout IIKU 1
Capital utoeli rM M,0 00
Umltvldtd rrnfln. Iea eifcum aud
Matlonil Dank nolo ouliUn4lna HJW (C
PMloTruit Compaulci anil Bavlnn
Dank T M
tuOltlJual titpmlliiutilcct to deck 1JI.1I0 U
rxm)anlcrtUleatrtolilxMlt. ... 1.S1J
Total I1W.M1 i
State of Oregon,)
County ot Lane. )
I, Herbert Kakln, Cahier of thenbovo-
nnmwl bank', dnaolemnly awnir that the
above atatoiacnt ! true to the bent of my
knowledge and Iwlief
HKKllKHT 1UK1N, Caahler.
Snbacribed and aworn to before me
thia 2Ut day of July, 1002.
f ) J. K. Vobso,
aaAL Notary I'utillc.
( ) allet;
I N. W.W
j Qua. M. I
LOST: On street between J. P.
Curran'a residence and depot, small
stick pin made, from $2.50 gold
piece., tinder please leave at J. v.
Currin's ding store and receive, re
ward. MKS. J P. CUKHANS.
Said when She
IC i ssed the
Our ad are abort and sweet and right
to the point.
Brchant & Morgan
The yew Era Drug Store.
COTTAGK GROVE, OltK.
New backgrbunds and acces
sories. Best Lenses and Cameras.
8 years in
Portland. Nothing but first-class
worlc. All work.euarantecd.
Lowest prices, call and 'examine
OddosUc Masonic hall. West
side, Cottage Grove.
' TO AND FROM ALL
Ht. Paul, Vutulh,
AND POINTS SAST. , ,
i Through l'alace and Tourint Slbeper'a
Dibing ana uuuut omoKing
DAILY THAINB: FAST TIMES
For Kates, Foldera and Full Informa
tion regarding Ticket Bonten, call on or
J. W. PHALON.T. F- A.
II, UIUKSSUiV, V), 1. n.
122 3d St., Portland Ore.
A. H. 0. DRNNIBTON., O. Y7. P. A
f".M ; t iv. 0:e "fattle wb
Sft'ECIAffj We have nix wnlst pntterns-.l yntd lengths in Crlstnl Card Sllki thee &
ililC n ! ixttterii.t sold early in the scawn, and teatllly, nt SOots H yttVlL Vc n
" ' ' offering the remainder, 74 yards, nt the very low price of 3!?otS (1 lriVl
$166 for four yard pntterm. Thenc slllu are very" desirable. You can afford u silk waist nt
these pricci. Come early Ifyou do not wish to be disappointed. They will not Inst long
Ladies find in our Spring
Stock n nice variety of beau
Dimities, Lawru, Linens,
Percales, MuiUna, Silks.
Light weight goc.ds for drcsv
cs, waists or decorations.
The real point is the beauty
mid durability of the goods.
Right now, when yon arc needing Lace Curtains, we're
showing the most complete assortment we have had.
It looks like the Manufacturers bad tnnde special cfiotts to
turn out nothing bul beautiful patterns. We think you'll
find them just what you're looking for, and nt smaller
prices than you expect to pay.
White I.nwu Shirt walMs
that you con afford to buy
They nic stylish and well
inndc. Tucked in front
and buck. These wniits
nrc worth more than we
nsfc for them 7fictu.
Skirts in Crash, Linen, Ducks and
Serges, very nicely niiulc.
Our Linen Skirts cut latest
Style, 7 TtO !)0(l f .W.
About the price you will pay for
Largest nviortiticiit in
the city, at very low
A HUMMER FOE THE SUMMER!
ALL ROADS LEAD TO
LURCH'S STRAW HAT SALE.
Latest Variety of Styles.
LACES, SILKS, RIBBONS.
Shirt Waists, Choice but Inexpensive.
New Effects in Fine Hosiery.
NOTE OUIS SPECIAL CELEltlCATlOiV AI,
SBEKE ANfl NOW
You're thinking of n new suit and where to get it to the best advantage. If you 11 accept oursugges- ,
tion You'll buy it Now and Here. We bought our CLOTHING from the Urgent .Woolen Mill in :
America, Finishing the Cloth they Weave into Clothing. Their Clothing bears this guarantee,
'The goods in this garment contain no cotton or anyother adulteration and we will forfeit $100.00 :
if cotton be found in the warp or fillins of same," Mkvi'iitt.n Wooi.u.n Mills. Maj'ufactuhi'.hh.
BrinffyourllttlochHiwtoourKtoreiindlltthemoiitlnthoBdNiitty ViuteeHtiltw. ith : ti.O.viiim. Knee
I'ftntH Kiiltn (or boyH, from II to 12 yenm. Mciim' anil IloyM1 clftthhiK. 11 full Htook. Menu' nil wooT huIIm, no
uhotldy. no cotton. i low tui 10.00 ier milt. KuIIh for $1B.00 iih roix! iw C3MK I to f' ) HiilU rtaw here. ;
COME IN AND SEE OUR LINE OF
FOR I1EN AND BOYS.
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW OUR
A. D. LEROY,
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
ytrmnnpfYinfa a groTnrtnnQ ,
.?opp..r9.5.1 SSFJMV a This Coupon ih Valuable brlnir
g 3 it with you whon yott come,