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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1904)
H. C. MADSEN,
llf.lrlng at reasonable cnart-ra.
All work ruaraatttit nnwim,
Vfatff,Clofkianil Jwlrjrit!ont Prlcti
COTrAOE GKOVE, ORE.
J. S MEDLEY
rfltomey-at-Latv o o o
i OlMte on Main atrctt :-.
COTTAOB GKOVK, OrH.
A. H. ICING
Attorney at Law,
(JOTTAGie, (1 HOVE, Ollli.
, t v
J. E. YOUNG
Office on Main it rut, Wut Side
COTTAGIt GrOVK, ORH.
J. C JOHNSON
fpetlal attention given to Mlnlnr, Corporation
and Mercantile Law,
'.021ee ercr Oarraan A llenitnwar'iitore.
COTTAGE GROVE. ORE.
A. C. Woodcock.
WOODCOCK & HARRIS,
epttlal attention ilvtn to tha law of .Minn.
Kriidence Phone No. 3M Offlae Phana IM.
J. E. HOSMER,
rilYSICU.V and SUKUEON
Eyi. Ear, Nose and Threat a SpiclaltY
Office fconra from S to 11 a m from 3 to 5 p m.
Snndajr from 13 to 2 p m.
Office In Madaen Balldlne. Main atrtat,
COTTAGE: OROVE. OREGON'.
BARKER & PERMAN
DEALERS IN FINE
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
Malnatrcat. Cotiac Urata. Or.
The First National Bank
Cottagk Grove, Ore.
Paid jj Capital, $25,000.00
Money to loin cm approved security.
fcxehangra sold, available anr place
n thellntted States
Come ut once nnil Iinve your lioll
dny photos taken In time to frail to
friendH for Christinax. Do not wait
till the hint moment.
V. F. Siiaxafki.t.
Gallery on West Side, oppoHlte
J. T. ALLISON ft SON.
We will also carry in stock
Bath Tubs, Sinks etc. which
will be placed ready for use.
Our workmanship and prices
will be right. See us.
Main Street Near S. P. Depot.
Portland 9:20 a.m.
bait Lake, Denver,
f t. Worth, Omaha,
Jiantaa uity. tat.
Louis, Chicago and
Halt Lake, Denver,
ft. n orm.umana
Kansas City, St.
Louis, Chicago and
6 p. m.
Walla Walla. Lew
Iston , Spokane,
7 -35 a. in
vi anace, runman,
Minneapolis , St.
Paul, Duluth, Mil
waukee, Chicago A
PORTLAND TO HUGO
NO CHANGE OK OAKS.
Tickets east via all rail, or boat and
ran van orimnu.
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE
Jeci to change.
For Pan Francisco
. up. in,
4 p. in.
Bail every live days.
X n. m.
4 p. m.
BaturdaylTo Astoria and Way
10 p. ni.
A. L. CRAIG, Gen. Passenger Agent.
WILL KNOCK THE KNOCKER.
Ontnt llakcr City, Ore., an or
ganization hits been effected to lie
known as tlte Uakcr City Miners'
Association. At the organization
meeting held recently a story was
told of the visit of on Oregon min
ing man to Vale college. While
looking over the specimens in the
geological department the vi itor
found a specimen of gold bearing
the label' "From Gold hill, Oregon.
Suite of California." It was also
stated at the meeting that Oregon
is credited with a portion of the pro
duction made by California mines.
The new organisation will work
ior the advancement of Oregon's
mining imhistiy, and also sec to it
that the knocker is suppressed.
Here's luck to the liaker City
Miners' Association! lku.ts and
The mine owners of Uohcmia
Mining District perfected n Mine
Owners' Association last October
with Andrtw Urutid as president,
and Al Churchill, secretary.
There are many good reasons
why the owners of mining prop
erties should have an association of
this character, and the Nugget
suggests that every mining district,
no matter how small, for it will
grow, organize a -Mine Owners'
In the first place it will afford an
opportunity for thrm to become
better acquainted bv calling a meet
Matters ot importance can be
brought before it, and discussed
and by united action something ac
complished, which when left to in
dividual effort would fail. No dis
trict can afford to have false and
exaggerated statements made con
cerning it and when it is known
that an association is ready to pro
tect its interests they will not be so
apt to be made.
The matter of unwarranted
jumping of claims, frequently caus
ing an honest miner trouble and ex
pense, caii be largely controlled by
united action. The questions aris
ing between the district and county,
such as roads, etc. can be better ar
ranged when presented as the action
of the whole district.
In matters of mining legislation, I
with an organization in every
campand they workingin harmony,
much can be accomplished.
And they can knock the
"knocker" if any be found.
UTAH'S GOOD SHOWING.
The TJeseret News of Salt Lake
City in its Christmas edition makes
a very cheerful estimate of the pro
duction of metals in the State of
Utah for 1903.
It places the total production at
$34,000,000. giving gold $4,000,
000, silver $20,000,000, lead $5,
000,000 and copper $5 000,000
It further estimates the amount
of dividends paid by the mining
stock companies only, at $4,769,016.
These miues Irom where this
wealth was produced, were but
prospects not many years ago.
Oregon has many such prospects
which need development.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
United States Land Offiice,
JUoseburg, Ore. , Nov. 10, 1903
Notice is hereby riven that incomnli-
ance with the provisions of the act of
Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An
Act (or the sale of Timber Lands in the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington Territory," as ex
tended to all the Public Land States by
act of August 4. ie92.
CHARLES A. HABDY
of Eugene, Co. of Lane, State of Ore
gon as this day filed in this office his
sworn statement No. 6850, for the pur
chase of the SAV M Sec No 2 Tp 20 S of
11 7 W and will offer proof to show that
the land sought is more valuable for its
timber or stone than for agricultural
purpotea, and to establish his claim to
saut land belore J.J. Walton U.K.
Commissioner at Eugene, Lane Co. Ore
gon, on baturday tne utli day ot teu,
He names as witnesses;
James N. Handle. Georee Hunter. A .
W. fiilbert, of Eugene, Lane Co.. Ore.
I, D. Michael, of Lewtllyn, 1-ane
Co , Ore.
Any and all persons claiming . ad
versely the above-described lands are re
quested to tile their claim In this ollice
on or before said Uth day of teb., 1904
J. I. UBinoxs Kegirter.
ADM INLSTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby ulven that the tin
derslKiied has lrcen dub appointed
uy tneuoutiry i;ourt or the Htnte 01
Oregon for Lane county admiiiUtra-
tor 01 the estate of Samuel Gettlngx
deceased. All peraons having claims
nKainst sala estate are hereby re
quired to present the same to me
properly vanned at Lottnire Urove.
Oregon within six mouths from the
date hereof. Dated thin 18th day of
ftovemuer, imw. j.u. looi.ev.
AilmlnlHtrator 01 the estate of
Knnnicl (Jetting, deceased.
Mr. John II. C11II0111. Editor of the
Garland, Texas, News, has written a
letter of congratulation to the manu
facturers of Chamberlain's Cough Reme
dy as' follows: "Sixteen years ago
when our first child was a baby he was
subject to croupy spells and we would
oe very uneasy auout nun. no begun
using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in
1887, and finding it such u rtliuble
remedy for rolds niul croup, we huve
never been without I, in the house since
that time. We have five children and
have given it to allot them with good
results. One cood feature of this
remedy is that it le not disagreeable to
take aim our bauies really like it. An
other is that it Is not dangerous, and
there is no risk from giving an overdose.
I congratulate you upon the success of
vimr rpmpilv KVir anln liv Vatv TVa
On Tuesday afternoon, a large black
I. til 1 ... 1 1 . .. (,
cold niece and 70c In silver, also nromls-
eory note and receipt, between Fourth
street and depot. Under please return
to Nngget office, or to James V. Sears,
and receive reward.
High Grade Shoes as low as 50c
Fine Baby Shoes 15c
Men's $5.00 Shoes $2 50
All Shoes Red
For Less Tfa