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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1902)
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NEAT JOII I'lttNTtNO. 5
Devoted to the Mining, Lumbering nncl Panning Interests of this Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake
COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1902.
mfti . . .
Iti our Large Stock of
Goods we carry Suitable
CHRISTMAS TOYS gifts.
Christmas will soon he here. No better evidence of it can be found than
in our Toy Department, which is more complete this year than ever before.
A LOOK THROUGH OUR STORE
Will make grown folks long to be children again. Everything; in the way of
Mechanical and Musical toys. We cant begin to enumerate them.
Bring in the Little Folks to See Them
S'l.rcl.ii.scN may foe made now and left with us for
EAKIN & BRISTOW.
We have the Largest Stock
of Dolls ever brought to
Cottage Grove. In this
Stock will be found ev
ery style of doll man
ufactured and from
the largest to
the .sin allest.
We do not in
tend to car
ry one of
Conseqenty they will be sold
cheaper than dolls were ever
sold on the Pt'icific Coast.
Mines and Mining
I "bovorod to B'6hcrlx Notes nnd
Itbms of cfeneretf ryorasTVo Mining Mon.v
with throe hundred anil llfty to fourl
huudml feet In tlu Krcntent ilepth ,
yet attained, froeinllllno; ore lMHcnrce, ,
Mining Stock Of ISohcmlu
llclow wo rIvo 11 llnl o( tin1 IciiiIiiik
inlnlni; coinpiilllcN of t lie lliilicnilu
Mining IHxtrk't anil tin- market price
of thu xtock ot the Hiinii'. Thoiv art)
SITUATION IN OKliOON.
Interesting Letter Prom V.
Hard to a Colorado Paper.
l'orthind. On., Nov. 11). WO;
Editor Dally Mlntliir llccord, Colo-
Hume, l'"vyr. Hint nrv not , rai hitIiikh.' Colora.lu:
cIiiiIihI In tlio lint yet I m vi) not Im-n
(imllti'il Intentionally, while there
aru othcrx that urv new cnuipuulcN
ami will Im added tn tho lint a wo
nocuru Hit) nwiwary data:
Orvrfim HocurltleM V f I ou
Oregon & Colorado Mining Co. .H)
llohemla tlold .Mining Co :eiJ
Ooldon HIIiHr. ST.
(,'ryntal CoiiHolldntcd ai
lol.l Hill & Jlolicinlii ... K
May ltd wit i
JiiiIhoii Hock O.'i
North Kalrvlow 02i
Oront Kantoru V:
Lucky Boy" Incorporates
Tho I.ueky Hoy Mining Co. Iiiih re
contly been Incorporated (or f 1,000,.
000. Thu IioIiIIiirh olthlH well-known
company, In tho IIIiio Itlver Mlnliitf
DlHtrlct ot Lane county lire con
tddurod flrut cIiihh and have paid their
former ownero an Iiuiuciiho amoiiiit
ot money In clear prolltx. TIiIh Ih
not thn only KooilmlnliiK proerty In
tho lllno Itlver DlHtrlct cither.
Like Ilohenilii only Icxx exteimlve,
thu lllno Itlver Mining DlHtrlct eon-
talliHiiiany line procrtlei that are
hound to iiiako their owihth rich
whon tho necewmry capital In fort II
coming to prnMirly dovelop them.
Not only Im that dlntrlct Ichh exten
hIvo hut the proHpectH for Kccurlng
traiiHporlatlou tor tho Innnenwi
iiantltleH ot rich oro of tho camp are
not hrlght, at leant (or tho imwnt.
On tho other hand, train IoiuIh of
rich oro will lo rolling down from
old llohumla, within tho next ten or
twelvo mouthH, on tho Oregon and
Houth-KaHtoru, and tho camp will
rapidly iikhiiiiio tho proportloim ot a
Crlpplo Crook No. - and Cottngo
Orovo will hooii Ihtoiiio a rich and
Notice Of Stockhohlers ileetlnff.
Notlco Ih hereby given that the an.
inuil nuvtlpg of tho HtocklmlderH ot
tho lllnwathn Mining and Milling
Company will ho held at tho com
pauy'H ollleo la tho Flan building, at
Cottago drove, Ori-gou, on tho Uth
,.iy of l)oceiulK'r, A, 1). 11HW, at tho
hour Of 10 iv- . 'r tlio purpoHool
oloctlngaboaril ofdln-ctorn for the
uuHUIng ,ve(ir, anil for thotraiiHactlon
of hucIi other biiHlueHH iiHjnny prot
orly coino letoro tho meeting.
TIiIh notlw Ih nent you In nceord
anco ylth tfm by.lawH of tho coin
pimjC Diitod at Cottngo Orove, Oregon,
thlH lHt day of l)ocenilor, A. I)., 11)02.
J. C, Joiinhon,
Hoc. and TmiH.
lu o ling thucut-i)tUiaTO.aMliel ta m n njIw u
, MIIIk Tnemlny, loorgoVnugli T 1 Tho fn!0 ,.,
ttago drove Hllpped ainlfelll 1,10 ,m) miiimi.
Dear Sir A writer In a mvatnuui-
Ix-i'ot the lUt'ord about Oregon given
UHHomevery Inten-Mtlng factM, and
otter HiigKCHtlouM which might Ik-
followed and would tieiiKix'at In'iie
lTrtVfheMtnlo. One hundred and nine million dob
lam, principally gold, produced lu
Orrgou, nceorillng to Hulled Htnten
and geologtcnl bulletliiH, and tlio
recon I of the hint thrco yenrM hIiowm
IncreiiHed average. That houuiIh
pi-el ly good. Hut the writer calln um
uiiMHliackH, but we don't like to have
outxIilci-M call um iiiokhIiucUm. Wo are
like thu man who went homo with a
lit of ilcHpondcncy plainly xcen by hltt
good wife, who In her dinlre to Mhar
hlri burdeiiH, nnVed the trouble. John
Joiich hud called him altar, hut what
do you care about what that low
down brute nay, It Inn't to, nnd no
body iK'lleven him, yen, 'int he told
Tho rcanou correct factn relative to
our annual production cannot. Ih1
obtained are varloun.
Klrnt, inoKt. of our ltent producing
inlnen aru owned by iion-rcMlilcutM.
Second, there In no home market, not
a cuntoiu nmelter la the ntate. Third,
dlxpOHltlou to fear lutrunlou from
the outnldc; don't know why, ex
cept that they are afraid that Home
body cIno will maku a cent, not real
Ixlng the publicity of our production
attractH mining money.
Tho writer In quite right, wlicn ho
lettl tin down cany, ntatlng that
placer mining In where wo m-olvod
our mining eilucatlou, mid we are
pleaM'd to uotu that ho hii.vh that It
In deiuouHtrated that Oregon Iiiih
great poHHlhlllttcn an a ipiartx mln
NowtOHliow you we aro not no
nlow after all, wu do nut have to
compare ournclvcH wttli the l'orto
KIcuiih or KlllpluoH, bifiuiHo they do
not at onco fall Into our cuntomn, wo
coino doner to home, right to your
very door. An tlio true Unsure velnn
and IcdgCH of (piartx have exlnteil all
them) yearn lu Oregon, wherowas tho
gold pnn loiiH to the lnt ten yearn?
lu your givat mining ntate Colo
rado. Where did tho runll go In
1II01-1INK!, to Creedo or Cripple Crook?
To Creedo, Why? Ileeaune It wan a
Hllver camp and nllvcr wan ourhiM
and amtiltlon. Why didn't many ot
your inluem tent their on' lor gold
nnd other motaln they contained?
UvcaUHo nllver wiih good enough (or
thum; and lantly, how i-ame Cripple
Civek opoueil and no well develooil?
llecmiHo by tho downfall ot nllver
men wore comiH'lled to hunt for gold.
Wo are not driven to hunt for any
thing In Oregon; natural n'ourcen ot
every naturo nmllo tioforo on nearly
got oft tho nubjoot. Our placvrmlnen
aiv Ht 111 producing mlllloun of good,
puro gold that payn one hundivd
coutn on tho dollar. Our iiuiirtz
uiluenr which wu know mont atiout,
aru producing, tint wo admit that
oxldliod ore or
with hU left hand on tho wiw which , cropitlngn from which perhapn tho
cut tlirougu tno nauii iciivhik pmcer mrt iiiih neon wanueo nan iu
tho llttlo linger. Dr. Wudo diHHed , t rilt.tc,U,0 attention ot thu native
the hand and thlnkn ho will boablo, ' . . , .. . Htm.k ,VM
toimvolt though Mr. Vuughn may , "ilner, but wnun tninBtnak t,nc
novor have more timn i pariuu uho way io
ot tho sovercd llngorn. Drain Non- through.
HulphldcH, the natlvo Is
dlntrlct that I am tnmlllnr
though toiiH of high grade ore In J
watting for the miner to come and
take It out. Thine H'ople are work
ing up and not down.
Yen, without doubt, the future ol
Oregon mining Hen lu I In quurtx
inlncH, If eiiHtcni mining men unit
money let It alone long enough, wh
inny lie driven to It. Deep inlnUigU
getting to In.1 the word. Therv-arou
numlH-r ot companion In the- Htntc
eltlicr now driving or preparing t
dodivp work, and It wo don't nliow
you Homethlng In tho howoU ot tUw
grand inoiintnlim It will lie tunny.
Hantern Oregon (linker City and
Sumpter), Wen tern Oregon (llo-
hemla-?ottiige d rove), Moutlieni On-
gou (drnutn Pann anil (lolil Hill) an-
iharlng nllke lu receiving their nlmre
of new, progrennlve, Intelligent ile-
velopnient work now golnjj op, and
uulexn I mlnlead, a largo nmelter In
lielng built lu Maker City, another
one at Wnldo In Southern Oregon,
alno a railroad from Iloheuila. And
In coiicIuhIou, myjrlcnd, thin writer
Invlten you to come, bring your
money, lie lair, miuare men, help and
nhan' la the development ot tho ntate
that Iiiih moru to nhow from iiurfuctt
down than can Im found clHcwhen)
lu the L'nlted Statcn. Como prvpnnil
to take your nharo ot tho country
(eany to get), but don't come to
take or exn.vt to run thv people for
wo wont run.
h J. Hahh.
QARMAN & HEMENWAY
Leaders in Merchandising.
Santa Claus has filled our store full ot his prettiest Christmas
Goods. He has left us so much that we can please everybody .
Tho Oregon Mining Exchange.
Among the rvHolutloun panned by
tho board of trado yenterday tho ono
commending and endomlng tho Ore
gon Mining Kxchaugu, and ItcHjicak
lug for It public coulldenco ami pu
trouugc, In cnHVlally denervlng of a
hearty wcond. The Kxchaugo In au
Inntltutlon that, If projierly appn
elated and encouraged, will Ins of
great value to Portland. Tho devel
opment of the Htntcn rant mineral
rcHourccH Ih but Junt fairly lieguu.
Urcnt mineral IIoIiIh lie nouth, vant
amlHouthennt, and I'ortlaud, an tho
Htato'n inctropolln and commercial
center, hIioiiIiI alno 1m Itn prlnclpnl
mining exchange center, tho place
where ownera, luventom and lu
iiulrern can meet and obtain Intorma
tiiiu, lint, buy and wll nliaren, and
traunact IiuhIiichh relating to I'aclllc
uorthwent inluen. Thun an Intercut
lu our tulueral lvnourccn In awakened
anil grown, not only here, but It ox
tendn, oxpaudn ami bringn capital
Inln who wloh to Invent In mlnen
hither. It alno mitten Portland with
tho mining regloun. Tho Kxchango
1h Junt tho medium that In needed for
tliew purpiWH. It In a thoroughly
reliable Institution, Itn luemlMirnhlp
being coinponed of well-known, n
putablo mining and other bunluoHH
men. It In Important to Portland
that It nliall micceed and 1hcoiuo
noted iih the principal Inntltutlon of
Itn kind lit thin region Evening
A T1MKI.Y SUGGESTION.
This Is tho xeuson ot tho year when
tho prudent and careful lionsowife. re
plonlslioii her nupjily ot Clininborlnln's
Couuli Hemcdy. It In certain to bo
neeihV.I buforu tho winter in ovor, nnd
results uro much more prompt nnd
Dittletuetory when It is kept at liiind mid
given an noon an tho cold la commoted
niul bofpro it hui become settled lu tlio
ayutuni, In almost every Inutaiico n
Bovere cold may bo warded on" by takini;
this re in el v freely iih goon as tho II ret
Indications of tho cold appears. There
Is no danger in glvlnp it to children tor
it contains no harmful Bulistunco. It is
pleumUit to taku-rlaitlMHlulta umLetiiUl
ren'liko It. lHiy It mid you will pet tlio
host, It alwava cures l'or salo by
Lyons A AiplcKte, Drain, llcnson
Drug Co., Cottago Grovo.
Bowaro of nlr drlod or half dry
flooring, colling and run tic. The
llooth-Kelly I.umbor Co. nro making
special prlcen on kllu-drled lumber.
the advantage of early buy
ing. You have a better as
sortment to make your se
lection from and you will al
so avoid the rush and crush.
Any purchasesyou leave with
us we will take good enre of
and deliver to j-ou any time
Our Toy Department
is tilled with all kinds and
descriptions and prices.
Price distinctly low, better
line has never been shown.
If you Avill compare our
price we believe you will find
it to your advantage to buy
They are the kind the little
girl wants. You can secure
whole families of them here.
We have all kinds and sizes
and our prices are much less
than dolls bought on the
Practically a new line from
one end to the other. You
miss it if you do not s.ee our
line before buying elsewhere.
Our prices are way down.
We save j'ou the need of
shopping. We offer you the
pick of every good thing in
the market. When once you
see our prices you will buy.
Very large line to select from.
All kinds ofgames, old games
and new games, for old and
young from 5c to $3.
Good goods not trash. All
new bright and clean. No
old shelf worn goods and our
prices are way down.
We have sold so many that
we are nearry out. Mow
ever have a few yet and they
are all right too.
We have a very large line of
book. Juveniles, poems,
teachers' Bibles, story books
and in fact nearly every
We are thoroughly experien
ced in buying holiday goods.
We know the good things
and biry what is wanted.
We have never been fooled.
Always sold our goods. Try
Come ana Sec.
J. C. JOHNSON aid F. .G KliV
attorneys and Comiselors-at'law
8oll Kttentlon glrtu la Mining, Cor)ontion
ml M.trontll. Lw,
onico over (lutuinn A K.menw.jr'tilure,
COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
BARKER & PERMAN
PEALKUS IN FlNi;
.WINESi 'UIQUORS, , CIGARS.
Why was Lot's wife turn
ed into a pillar of salt?
Because She stopped
to Rubber Neck.
Wo have on honu a largo stock ot
kiln-dried HoorlnR, celling and rustic In
grades 1 2 and 3, Lot ub make yo
Dootu-Kki ly Lvmukr Co.
But she was not to blame,
she thought she was passing
Of all kinds for sale.
Wo aro now located In our
Now quartern, oppoolto the
l'ostolllce, and respectfully
Solicit tho putromiKO ot all
Who desire Iliut-chiBs work-
A LARGE NEW
PORCELAIN BATH TUB.
UIVE UB A CALL.
J. E. YOUNG
Office on MIu itreel.'weil Side
COTTAGK GROVK, OrK.
Attorney nt Law,
COTTAGE (iliO'E, Oil IS.
Call at at H. C. Mndrtcn'ri nevHtoa
and bco the Hue lino ot Indies' and
Kent'H watchi'H 42-4 tj
H. C. MADSEN, '
Reptilian i rtuoiubl. tbttt .
All work guaranteed tlnl-clai.
Wte hen, Clock and Jewelrr at Loweil TrlM
COT f AGE OKOVE, ORE.