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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1904)
BQHUMIA NUOOUT PUBLISHING
Wm. B. Rool, Edllor and Manager.
Knterrd t lh poaloltlet at Cottaf Orort,
Oton if fond elm moll mattr.
Arttcrll.lnr Matea mi, known upon
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THIS PATKR li kepi on l t K. C. Uraae'i
.JUWrtlilnt Armey, Standr MewhanU Kx
hanj,san Hranel, California, where eon.
iracu tor iltf rtlilnt can to mail lor It.
Friday. Januarys, 1904.
l 1 III yMIIIIMW '"I Hi i'.KI
The use of cyanide in the ex
traction of gold is becoming
greater aud improvements in me
chanical methods of handling' ores
and the introduction of the solution
are being continually made. As it
is quite probable that many of the
ores of Bohemia will be treated by
cynanide process it seems advisable
to keep in touch with these changes
and improvements. Each year the
mill men are able to treat lower
grade ores and those of a more re
fractory character aud save a
higher percentage of values thau
the year preceding. The Nugget
will, together with its mining news,
add information of these improve
ments as they are gathered from
various sources. Eastern Ore
gon has been, and is still working
out these problems, and in tbis Is
sue is printed an article from the
Blue Mountain- Americon of Sump
ter, which will likely prove of in
terest to many of our readers.
HELP IT ALONG.
We believe it is to the interest of
all portions of the state to aid and
encourage the Lewis and Clark Ex
position. It is sometimes the case
that the smaller towns of a state,
have a feeling of jealousy toward the
principal city and fear that in its
strength it will absorb whatever good
may come from a matter of this
nature. This is not true how ever.
The greater aud richer Portland
becomes the more are people and'
capital attracted in this direction
and all sections will so far as they
have resources, reap their propor
tion of the benefits. From now on
until th; close of the Exposition
the energies of the Portland people
will be put forth and large sums of
money used in attracting the atten
tion of the world to Oregon and its
WARMNO TO MANAGERS.
The fearful loss of life in the Iro
quois Theater in Chicago, where
. some six hundred people perished.
will be long remembered as one of
. the worst casualties on record.
While it is too late to save these
people, it' should be a warning to
all who are in any manner respon-
' sible for the construction and man
agement of buildings for public
OREOONIAN'S NEW YEAR EDITION.
The New Year's edition of the
Morning Oregonian was a very
large and complete number. It
contains valuable and interessing
news ot all tlie industries and re
sources of the state.
CHANGE OF SENTIMENT.
Since the drop in the industrial
stocks, and the losses which have
, been made in other lines of Eastern
- investments. Many ot tne papers
of the East have written a little
more kindly of our Western invest
ments ana more particularly on
- mining matters.
The Wall Street Journal, the
representative of Wall street in a
recent editorial said among other
"To offset the great amount of
prejudice against gold mining
schemes generally, something
ought to be said in favor of the
legitimate gold mining project.
Countless propositions have been
financed in this city, the larger
. proportion of which have failed to
materialize to the satisfaction of
the people who have invested their
money. A canvass ot several
hundred names in the possession of
a gold miuine: stock broker in this
ci'.y revealed the fact that the ma'
ioritv of the people who invest in
cold mines are 01 toe middle class,
that is to say, people who save
some money from their earnings,
As a rule such people have no way
of investigating a proposition that
is brought to them, outside of what
way appear in the circulars and
literature of the company. If the
ordinary investor had the means at
hand of investigating carefully any
thing that is brought to bis tten
tlon, it-is reasonably sure that there
would be fewer 'fake' propositions
floated in this city or elsewhere.
"The greater part of the
large fortune in this country were
started from Investment in gold and
silver mines, nnd in this connection
some figures printed in the National
Banker under date of August aj,
1903, ate interesting. I'tom the
time of discovery to 1903, the
United Steles has produced f 3,
360,000,000 in gold; Mexico at
least $t8i, 000,000, and probably
twice ns much, and British North
America ft43.ooo.ooo. The divi
dends paid by gold nnd silver mines
dre greater than the dividends
paid by nil the banks in this
country and the dividends paid by
til the railroads of this country.
"There certainly are good gold
and silver mines yet in this country,
and the new cyanide process for
treating low grade ores has made tt
possible to treat cold and silver
ore, which was formerlv passed
over as worthless, at a good profit.
"In summing up the situation,
we believe that if an investor is
reasonably sure that the people con
nected with a gold mine arc honest.
that the money invested will be
used for the puipose specified, and
that tlie management will lie con
servative, he may feel that he has
a reasonable chance to get a good
return on his investment.
All iiersons knowing themselves
owing Gnrmnn Hemenwny Co. will
please call nnd settle Injure Jan. Ut.
A pair of silver mounted nos.i
glasses, 1'lnder please return to
Nugget olllce and receive suitable re
ward. APKISONKK IN IIKROWX HOUSE.
Mrs. W. II . Layha, of 1001 Agnes
Ave., Kansas City, Mo., has for several
years been troubled with severe hoarse
ness and at times a hard rough, which
she says, "Would keep mo in doors for
days. I was prescribed for by physi-.
clans with no noticeable result . A ,
friend gave me part of a bottle of Clinm
berlain's Cough Kemedy with instruc
lions to closelv follow tliediiections and I
I wish to state that after the first day 1 1
could notice a decided chance for the
better, and at this time after using It for 1
two weeks, have no hesitation in saying
I realize that I am entirely cured. I
Tnis remedy la lor sale uy jew r.ra
DID YOU KNOW
Thnt every one who tries Kennedy
Chain Lightning for rheumatism,
neunilgln, diarrhoea nnd nil other
pains or Inflammation will use no
other liniment, for the reason It gives
Instant relief, and a speedy cure fol
lows. Ask your druggist for Ken
nedy's Chain Lightning. Take no
other. Write V. L. Kennedy, Sagi
naw, Oregon, for list testimonials.
For sale by nil drugglsta. "
REV. CARLISLE I
L. U D.
Of Waverlr. Texas'. riles: "Of a
morning, when tint atiiing, I of' en Had
n trnubleiioiiie collection of phlegm,'
which produces a cough and is very hard
to dislodge; but a siuull quantity of Hal
lard's llorehoiind Syrup will at once
dislodge it, and the trouble is over. I
know of no medicine that is equal to
it. and it isso pleasant to take. I can
mostcrdially recommend it to all per
sons needing a medicine for throat or
lung trouble." 25c, 50c and $1.00.
No freight pncknRen to ro to llo
heinln or Intermedlnje polntH on the
route will be received or shtpiied tin-,
til the freight In prepaid.
Chrismnn & Bnng;s.
.deans lees nutrition and in conse
quence less vitality. When the liver
tnllato eecreie Due, me oioou d comes-
loaded with bilious properties, the di
gestion becomes impaired and the
bowels constipated. Ilerbine will
rectify this; it gives tone to tlie ttom
ach, liver and kidneys, strengthens the
appetite, clears ami improves the com
plexion, indites new life and vigor to
the whole system. 50 cents a bottle.
Notice Is hereby given thnt the
pnrtnerahlp heretofore exlatlnir be
tween T. W. Iliew nnd J. N. JoneH
hna this day beon illsHolved. All ne
counts due the firm of Iilew & Jonea
or the Resort SnlOon nre pnynble to
J. N. Jones.
Dated this Dec. 10, 1903.
T. W. Blew,
J. N. Jonkh
A. B. Canman, Chicago, writes
March 4, 1003: "Having been troubled
with Lumbago at different times and
tried one physician after another; then
different ointments and liniments, gave
it up altogether. So I tried once more,
and got a bottle of Ballard's Bnow Lini
ment, which gave me almost instant re
lief. I can cheerfully recommend it,
and will add my name to your list o
former sufferers." 25c, 50c and $1 .
Notice Is hereby Riven that a meet
ing of the Stockholders of the Bo
hemia. Nugget Publishing Company
will be held at Its olllce In Cottage
Orove, Oregon, onHaturday the loth
day of January, 1004, ut the hour of 3
o ciock p. in. oi nam nay.
Dated this 10th day of December,
Wm. B. Root, Secretary.
The Influence of climatic conditions
In the cur of consumption is very much
overdrawn. The poor patient, and the
rich patient, too, can do much better at
home by proper attention to food dlge.
tion, and a regular use of German
Syrup, Free expectoration in the
morning is made certain by German
Syrup, so is a good night's rest and the
absence of that weakening cough and
debllitatinc ntifht sweats. Restlcta
nichts and the exhaustion due to
coughing, the greatest danger and dread
of theconsumptlTe, can be prevented or
stopped by taking German Byrup liber
ally and regularly. Should you be able
to go to warmsr clime, you will find
that of Hi a thousands of consumntivas
there, tht few who are benefitted and
regain strength art those who use Ger
man Byrup. Trial bottles, 27c; regular
site, 76c. At all druggists. Garman A
(miu.ionaibk's took stomach.
Tim unm.3llt atntllnoll of till! OXCrftd
millionaire Is often paraded In the pllh
lie print a a horrible example ol the
evils attendant on the possession of
grout wealth. Hut millionaire aro hut
tlie only one no arc hiiiicivi wmi unu
stomach. Tint proportion is iiirgrrnier
among the tollers. l.vpcp(l nnd In
digestion are rumtmit turning their
people, iiihi tney suuer mr nwvu mr
Uirea tiiiin tlio millionaire unless they
avail themselves of 11 standard medicine
like (Hern a August r lower, which nin
Wen 11 favorite household remedy tor
sit stomach troubles for over thlityllve
venra . August l'ower roiisen the torpid
liver, thin creating appetite and tniur-
!. nrfMt itliTestlllll. It tOIICS Hllll VI-
tallte? the entile s stem nml makes me
worth living, no mutter what your st.v
il.in. Trial lKittlrs. S5o: regular site
7&c. At all tlrmtgists. tiarman
flint is made in
AT ALL LEADING DEALERS.
UonilrtctlrronadnlUL HJlNOtOO oarunu
Mnt tn. OldMt JorinM IljnUk.
FiMU ta tEroafb Unn kTbrnnlrt
IfKi&t io(Kl, vllbost cbrte. In th
A hnHomlr lllnrtnlM wmIt. UtiHt dr.
caution ot nr xlentlllii lonniml. Tnf. 11 m
tti ronrmonltn.lL BoM tjtM nwtdelr.
'IN XOn 3SIBreU,.
Bruch Ufflc. 63 r BU WMtUutoo. IX C
NOTICE FOR rOIU.ICATION.
Land Office at Roeebuty, Ore,
Notice is hereby given that the follow
In-named settler hai tiled notice ol his
intention to niHke final proof in sup
port of his claim, nnd that said proof
will Im-iinule Injure tlie Kei;isier mm
I Receiver U. S. Uiml Ollii-e, ut ltielimg,
' Oreiinn, n January -t. 1HO-I. vir: Jaiiiei"
A Tiiiuii:!-, mi his II. K. No. SM-Jfor
the Wi, SV Section 0, Tp Si
S.. R. 3 W.
He mimes the following witnesses to
prove his continuous resilience iiin i
and cultivation nf raid Unci, viz : 1
CharleH Winecoil", O. VV. Kelley,
Henry Whitlock, A. A. Kelley, ol Hot
tage Urove, Oregon.
J. T. ItmiMjEs, Register.
Nothing has ever equalled it.
Nothing can ever surpass it
A Perfect For All Throat and
Cure : Lung Troubles.
Money back If It falla. Trial DotUet free.
THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
iwaac or iMiTaTioxa.
THC OINUINC PSIPAiO ONLY 1
Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
ST. I.OUIB, MO.
Eugene Planing Mill
Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Rustic an
Gtmral Mill Work.
Turning and Stair building a sped,
alty. All orders will receive prompt
attention. Satisfaction guaranteed
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished,
Address. Ill Lawrence St,
Three miles east of
Cottage Grove on the
old Jackson Kile place
nf T? nil rrli Ttnnber. jit
If you are In need of any
thing In our line call at mill or
address us at Cottage Urove.
WE WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT.
laC"i I Awnir.
McKibben Brothers f
HAPPY Ml YEAR
Dollars to iliiuuli'
niita you've heard this
until you hit lmppy to
known tin u tnlo worth
re-telling. Your New
Year will be doubly
lmppy when you buy
your (Irocerles nt the
little store nrmtud the
ftfsli, Fresher, Freshed,
That's our gntde nf
I'HONU MAIN 65
Central Rota jg
Un' ii li'il two bloc
and one bloi'k mirth
(in in in
theS. V. Depot
1 Well ventilated well fur-
'5 nlshetl nnd first-class in
Hoard by the week $IM
J without bed $3.M) Imt
week. llemenilier tho
place. The liest tables
J and the best beds, the
best accommodations In
I Central fiotel
,Mrs. Ida li.
0. & S. E It
To Take Effect on Oct. lOlli, 1903.
,lrro tlonlo .
ItiM-kT I'tiliii .
tabrrl to chanre dllhoul nolle.
Allontwanl frelnlit InrviarilKl only al th
lolni rlikol lilpr anilfimliinfe.
Fnllht will nol I rrtlnl at the O. A
K. tt It. Iiki alter 5:10 p. m. To Iniure
iurariilnn on lien train freluhl muit
lellverel In ample time lo penult ol I
JOHN It. PEAKSO.NS. Oenaral Manager
h m nil
i Where you buy your
ta csidci 5n
Style, Quality and price. ;
IN0NE BETTER MADE'
f Loan and f eeo
The highest grade of Flour, Feed and Hay
of all kinds. We handle none but absolutely pure
goods of all kinds, and guarantee every pound
Wholesale op Retail.
Do not make either large or small purchases without
first examining our goods. Phone Main 293. Call us up and we
will deliver anything you want to any part ol the city.
eilcdfle & Rigghta.
FINE JOB PRINTING
AT THE BOHEMIA NUGGET
Special olVciings in This Season's Host Over
coat. The Really Correct Styles made up in un
surpassed Stvles," I'Von The Latest And most
approved Fabrics, Hull Length, Finely Finished,
And Guarantee To Fit around The Neck And
Shoulders. Hought To Sell For A Third more,
now $10 And $11. All Sizes Aro Still in Stock.
PACIFIC TIMBER CO'S
I'nder Odd Fellow's Hall
( Intra (5 POVO OiVU'Oll.
NONE BETTER MADE
Hat. There is three
Hero is where S
we tire specially
equipped to help 2
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a I - They have it for less. I
jfv.,c you aee U in WELCH & WOODS .he Leader. In Low
jBjour ad It'aao. H H HBHoffaHHl bWhHHhIHHhHI
I Spring is berc-So are m f
IE With Spray I'tunps ami Spray Compound.
j IIih'h, Rakin nml Cultlvatorx.
IIim-n, Itakin nml Cultlvatnm.
ZZL Ollver'H Steel nnd ('hilled I'Iowm.
SET I'ImIi llroM. Wukoiih.
a full and complelti l.lnn of llnrdwiire. Stnvea anil Tlnwiiru.
Alining Supplies our Specially.
wwm wove riwr 111111$,
Flour, Feed, Graham, Whole Wheat Flour
and Germ Meal.
We carry n full supply of all kinds of feed
such us, Bran, Shorts, Rolled Barley, Oats, Oil
Meal and Chops.
Our prices are always right. Sec us before
We are nCiittngu Grove Institution, therefore wo respect
fully Hitllclt your patronage.
In ' In ir A'. IIii!iuiii-
F. M. HMTZLER,
Who is now employed at Davidson's Jewelry
Store, is a graduate optician, holding a
diploma from the Northern Illinois College
of Opthalmology and Otology, and is u
thorough optician. All work entrusted to
him is,, guaranteed.
You Can See
A nice assortment of Silverware in a few
days at ... ,
Davidson Jewelry Store.