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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1904)
C. A. IxVIs.
First Class tools,
LEWIS & Mc QUEEN
Cottage (itw flour mills.
Having purchased the warehouse formerly
owned by Messrs Elledge & Higgins, we wish
to announce that we will continue to carry a
large stock of all kinds of Eeed there, which will
be sold at lowest prices.
lly courteous treatment, square dealing we hope to
receive n large share of your patronage.
HAY AND FKED DKLIYKKKD PROMPTLY.
Hurtling & Hansen, props.
F. Gakoi'TTK, Manager.
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Plows, Mowers and ltnkes. Sole nueiitK for the celebrated
A Full Stock of Mlnlni: Supplier.
KNOWL.ES & GETTYS
...The Miners Supply House...
Our Motto: Good Goods for Low Prices.
General Merchandise, Miners'
READY MADE CLOTHING
The London General Merchandise
Store wish to announce to the buylnj:
public that they now have a very
complete stock of General Merchandise
which they Intend selling at
per cent below all cmiiK'tltlon.
Wo purchaho our goods la large
quantities through Eastern Drummers,
pay cash for all we buy, have no high
rents, 110 Insurance rates to pay, and
consequently can sell very cheap.
Think of CLAY Worsted Suits.
High Grade Goods and other lines
oMteady Made Clothing of Neatest up-to-date
stylo at prices that will surprise
M. D. Wells Shoes
Our lino of ;.M. I). Wells Shoes are
the- liest wearer oithu market and at
prices that cannot ho equalled.
Try our Roast Coffees, the best
flavor and will please you.
SUTHERLAND & GEER,
G. V. McQueen
auo uffick or niK
and Hlr.clt I'utte
COTTAGE GROVE, OKI
'Stoves and Tinware
1 HE ( l TTJXO Ql'AI.lTY
of any tool Is always a dsidrnble
one. but of equal Importance Is the
power of retaining this quality so as
not to require too frequent sharpen
Injr. Il.v mnkhiK your purchases of
the Crillin & Veatch Co. you always
receive your money's worth hi the
best quality of tools nnd cutlery ol
properly tcniered steel that Is sure
to hold an edge.
Tools and Ammunition.
Win. It. Root, Editor and Mann!-.
Fitter.! m tlio ioMolftH nt tllie tlrmc.
Orvicuii ee.mt rUit null limner.
I! mouths $1.00
I .ciir l.r0
Is months S2.00
If mtil in advance.
THIS I'll'Htt U krpt nn llli m K f Hrkp'
MltrrltMnit ip-ih'. nmnilto Merernuits K
Chung imt I'mwi- ... enllmrnU lu'rv eon
ncu InmiUrn hub .-mi I mmle for II
of tins paper ha
; Main and fifth i
Hook Store bu
s and editorial office
has been moved from
street to the Kagle
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hook oiore nullum; 1. uuuts
leash of the post office. Advertise
rs I meuts, subscriptions and orders for
32 ' job work will be received at the
, new location.
THURK SHOULD M: AN UARLY
It is highly important that the
suit brought to test the validity of
the local-option law should be
3 ( pressed to an ease the decision of I handling pulp with far greater
ZS the lower court is adverse to the economy and having greater effici
S law there may still be time lor an I eIlc. i)0tu extracting and precipi
appeal to the supreme court before rating. M. II. De Kcyser, ibrincr-
the November election. There 1.. nf Hritisli rvdnmltln J nt the
b s'e 9.ucsli. whelhcr .the
- dulv ot defending me sun devolves
noon the attorney-General or upon
the district attorney, but obviously
one or the other in chargeable with
it. The measure became law
through the vote of the people, and
one ot ttie otner 01 tnese cmciais
should see to it that the will of the
people is not set aside without just
cause. In a suit of so much impor
tance to the whole state the decision
of the trial court is not likely to be
accepted as conclusive, whatever
it may be, and- an appeal to the
supreme court will be necessary to
settle definitely, the question at
issue.' The complainant seeks an
injunction restraining County Clerk
Fields from calling a special election
in November to determine whether
this county shall adopt prohibition,
the ground of the petition being the
alleged invalidity and unconstitu
tionality of the law. If the issue
is joined at once the proceedings
are hastened in the trial court, there
will be time before November to
secure a decision in the supreme
court, which would doubtless con
sent to give the case immediate
consideration. Daily Journal.
FOIt DEPARTMENT OF MINES.
President Itichurds, In his annual
address to the Mining Congiess em
phasized the necessity o! securing
government co-operation in the min
ing Industry In the form of a depart
ment of mines and mining. Ia
pursuance of this Idea ho proposed
tho following resolution :
Be it llesolwd, Tlint tho American
Mining Congress, In annual session
assembled, believing that tho time
has arrived when a department of
mines and mining would be the means
of placing tho mining Industry on u
plane commensurate with Its impor
tance to all Industrial progress, urges
the Coures8 of tho United States to
1 at once create a department of mines
and mining us one ot the greut cxecu.
tives brunchesof our government.
The central idea that should bo kept
in view in the endeavor to eecuro a
new cabinet official and correspond
ing state department, la that tho
mines of the United Stntos produce
annually vust new wealth that would
be produced in no otlior way nnd by
no other Industry. Agriculture, pro
duces wealth, but not now wealth.
Money paid for products from tho
tho rami Is derived from other Indus
tries. Tho success of farming and
ability to purchase, farm products de
pends upon other Industries that
create u demand for farm products.
Mines produco material, permanent
wealth metal, a commodity that
outers into and becomos part of
tho lasting system of Industry. It
makes our coinage, our Implements of
tho trades, our machinery, nnd ontors
Into ull phuses of our Industrial and
oommorclal activity. Therefore tho
Industry which Is so essential to tho
life of our trade should huvo tho fos
tering protection and encouragement
of the Government of tho United
States, lly creation of this govern
mental department tho mining enter
prises of this country will bo greatly
stimulated and conditions surround
ing thoso who toll in tho earth to In
crease tho visible wealth of tho world
will bo vastly improved. liy united
demand on tho part of mining men In
all parts of tho Union this desired end
may bo accomplished. It should bo
tho determination of ovcry Individual
mining man, whothorowner or opora
tlve, to Insist upon tho creation of a
Department of Minos and Mining at
NEW MANAflER I'OR I.UCKV HOY MINI:.
t'.mlllilii'it faint 11 mb,.
company. tcvcti Devils
ilisttict, Mnlio, for ii period during
which time the company did a atge
amount ol wntk. Motemcnih he
was consulting enuincci ir ilic
Hcppncr Railway & Coal oniip.uiv.
ii ml has been engaged in gcneiiil
cugihccting work, i
The I.ucky Hoy mine, with its
splendid new equipment, offers op
portunity for the mining engineer
to do great work. Mine urn! mill
nic admiringly nnnuged (or very
economical operation, and the large
power plant belonging to the com
pany, which is situated on tin Mc-
Kcnzie tiver, five mile Irom the!
mine, may be made an independent i
source of revenue by supplxtiig the 1
mining district with electrical ,
There has been temporary sus
pension ol milling nt the Lucky
Hov owing to the shortage of water
for mill purposes. The manage
ment has been developing a watir
suppK tor the plant, but found that
the very dry weather ol the past
two months reduced it too much to
keep 40 stamps supplied. This will
oon be overcome, and next year's
dry sens m will find the mill imlii
pendent ol such conditions.
Installation ol the De Kcyser
teaching process for concentrates
at the mill was another cause for
suspending mill work for a short
time. This plant, which is the
irst of its kind erected in the state,
will be attached to the mill itumcdi
alelv below, the Inst concentrator
floor. The building for this addi
tion is completed, but the manage
ment found it more convenient to
finish the plant while work was
suspended, mid will rush the leach
ing vats nml grinder in so as to
have the plant operating when the
mill is re opened next week.
There is general similarity i: the
nrineinles of the De Kevser and the
1 n, Hendrvx processes, but the
gentleman "who is working out the
farmer mis it is more comnlete.
'mine looking after installation work.
1 A plalU lle llseii tile upper cou.
1 ;s ,n t,,. trir.,1 nt hc l.tiefcv Ilnv.
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UltU UtULUUlM tlfcKfc.
Professor S. V. Kmmons the
eminent geologist arrived at the
Graham Hole, on Sunday evening
from a visit to the Illhck Butte
Cinnabar mines where he spent
several days in company with W.
It. Dennis the manager in making
nil examination of the properties.
The professor is naturally rather
conservative in his statements
concerning properties which he has
examined. He stated however that
he found a very large body of the
cinnabar ore, which bad been very
extensivily opened up by shafts and t
levels. That all the surface slfow-1
ings as well as the underground j
workings were very favorable to I
a valuable and productive quick '
silver mining. That the old
furnaces formerly used were not in 1
operation and tho-e in process of
construction were not ready for use
consequently he could 1101 witness
the production of the quicksilver.
It was evident that professor was
favorably impressed with the pro
perty and believes it has a good
future. He took the south bound
train for San Francisco on Monday
BOHEMIA EL PASO CLUB.
It has been decided by some of
the miners and business men of
Bohemia and Cottage Grove to at
once organize the Bohemia Iil
The object being to keep in mind
the next meeting of the American
Congress which will be held in
El Paso Texas.
It is proposed that a certain sum
shall be contributed monthly to a
fund which will be used in making
a display of the ores of the district
aud for such other purposes as may
be desired best when the time
arrives to attend the Congress
This will be the first club orgahiz
ed for that purpose.
If you want you tires net without
having your wheels dished or spoiled
tako them to Orr, blacksmith Shop,
Change of Firm.
Kotico is hereby given that tho
interest of J. 13. Lewis in tho firm of
Lewis & Yeutcli, lias this day been
transferred to J. P. Currin, and that
ull debts owing by Lewis k Veatch
aro to bo paid by Currin it Veatch
and nil accounts owing to Lowis it
Veatch aro to bo puid to Currin ti
Veatch. Also all persons owing
said accounts aro urgently lequost
ed to sottlo thorn at onco, as it is
necessary to settle up tho business
of said firm without dolay.
Dated Cottage Grovo, Oregon,
this 22nd day of August 1901.
J, 11. Lkwis,
O. O. Veatch,
J. P. Cuiim.N.
"PORTLAND AND RETURN ONLY."
Tho .Southern Pacific Is iiowHcillng
round trip tickets to Portland from
KiiKene for ?4 good going Saturday
P. M., or any train of Sunday, re
turning Sunday and Monday, giving
all day Sunday mid .Monday In Port
land. Tho Humoumingement applies
from Portland, giving all Portland
people a chunco to visit valley points
at greatly reduced rates," Parties
desiring to tako advautags of these
rates can pay local faro to Eugene.
Exceptional Oiler h& in
A Sale that all men should Profit by
The I hits have
attention of men who were anxious to get goutiness above every tiling.
Crowned With Suecess
Are their Labors ami so will yon be if von bnv one of Them.
EAGLE BOOK STORE
PENS, INKS, PAPER
The Latest Novels
EAGLE BOOK STORE
An lljtv lrrrrver.
Silicate nf Hoda ke.-ps ckkh fresh for
Tlie l;hi(.'i nf ftitillula formerly do
Berlin d thi'iuu'lvp nx "lly Hie urnce of
lind. I.I11K nf Sardinia, of l-'niin e. Spain
aud KiiKland. of Hal. and Jerusalem,
of (iriiii- anil Alexandria, of Hamburg
anil Sielly, ruler uf the Mhlwuy Mil,
iiiiiKti i- of Hie deep. kiliK of tho earth,
priitii tnr or the Unly Ijind."
Tlir INiinricrnnnf r.
The astringent properties of tun
pouifirrntiiitu are particularly helpful
to sIiikith and speakers who HiKIcr with
relaxed uiusclcs uf the throat mid uvu
la. Sfitllliiii nml Llnt-nlu.
Ill his story of the hist moments uf
Lincoln Horutlu King relates that Stan
ton, vt hen the iittendlni; physician, with
his linger on the irrent martyr's pulse,
announced that tho end had come, said
with deep feelhiK, "He now belong
to the lines."
Winter, ami Hrnllli.
StutlHtles show that mild winters arc
much moro conducive to health than
Klrklnir tbe UncUrt.
The eiprcHslon "kick the bucket," a
synonymous with dying, Is said to have
originated In un English method of sui
cide. The Intituled sulcldo would stand
upon 11 bucket, put tho noose about Ida
neck and then kick tho bucket from un
It has been calculated that a ton ot
tobacco withdrawn over a hundred
weight of mineral constituents per acre
The VirMi Newspaper.
The 11 rut newspapers, tho Venetian
gazettes, wcro for many years circulat
ed only in manuscript because tho gov
ernment would not allow their publica
tion In print. Ilccomlng scurrilous, they
wcro prohibited In every part of Italy
by a special bull Issued by Gregory
A l'lniit Jlarometer.
There Is u species of plant In Austra
lia that by Its behavior will accurately
foretell not only tho state of the weath
er, hut will give notice of u seismic
disturbance which may bo at hand.
The llrlll.li Kpuulet.
In the IIiIUhIi army tho epaulet datei
back to tho year 17111. In more recent
times the ollleers wore golden mid tho
men worsted epuulets. Hut theso wcro
discontinued in during tho Cri
mean war, becuuso otllccrs thus distin
guished were exposed to needless risk.
The rlr( Ilalliiou.
.Tho Idea of tho balloon first occurred
to tho Montgolilcr brothers from seeing
a largo pleco of paper fall over tho fire,
become lulluted with smoke and hot
air, rise and sail uwuy.
had the greatest of care. Tliev hav
Pacilic Timber Co's Store
Under Odd Fellows Hall
COTT.UiH CROYB. ORKC.ON.
The bamboo Is nut 11 tropical plant,
us commonly Hiipponiil. It crows in
ri'k'loiu where the Known are mi heavy
that they often Is-euk down the yoim
uteniH unit where the thermometer
drops to IS decrifH below the fiver.
Juvr'm IZmr rnlfM.
The Jew's cur fungus, which grows
011 stumps of the elder, U so imined
from Its uiimlstiikublo llkencs to u hu
Ol.l llmiinn Title.
Among the degenerate Ituiiimis from j
A. L. 1UU to A. I). SOU lilies were
,rr,l,Ml ..'III, tilf.truit mdllA.,,ill.,nl ..r.
uctuuss, and men of different soclul
rank Insisted on being addressed us
llluateni, upcctabllcM, clnrlsstml, per
fectlsilml, egregll, and so on, accord
lug to their position.
S. A. Iteiid, Cisco, Tcxim, write', Mar.
11th, 1001 . ".My ttrisl was Hprniiied ho
bur ly by u full Ihnt it wns imelims; and
alter lining i-everid remedlen that fulled
to give relief, urcil lliillnrd's Snow
I.lnlment, nnd was cured. 1 eurni'stly
lecominriid It lo any one suffering from
sprulns ' L'Sc, r0e, 1.00. For kuIii by
Morgan mid llieluiut.
WHAT IS LIFH?
In the liiHt mudoHis nobody known,
but we do know that it is under ntrlct
law. A bust) Hint even xlightly, pain
results. Irregular living menus derunge
nient of tlio orpine, reuniting in Consti
pation, lleudueh mid Liver Trouble. Dr.
King's New I.ifo Pills ipiickly io-iiilliintn
this. It's gentle, ynt thorough. Only
line ut Moignn mid llrehuiit's drug
I find nothing better for livor ilcrnnge
inont and constipation than Cdambur
Iain's Stoinauli and Liver Tablets. L.
K. Andrews, Des MoIuch, Iowa. For
Halo by New Kra Drug Store.
Legal blanks at this office.
IT ISA HATTER OF HEALTH
WERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Ksn rei-n a tnzsz ran
e seen given mc h ha
a itiivs wn.n huh: nut 1.111:.
llll lillllllv lU.MIIIil I'XIIt'l'lltlK III III
tu dtr, and 11 mm mill it Tin lid',
t gel Dr Kmi'h Nfu llipcowrv lor 1
tiliiiilinii, t'liniili" nml Olid. W. II,
llriotn, i( l.ecuvilli', I111I, .'ml 111 cit
di'ttth'f iitttiiiien f 1 ini imthinii, but llila
wonderful iiinlli'lmi piwi limtmit irlli'f
nml Minn ciinil liiin. lie writes: "I
, now leep mindly every nlclit. I.IKo
iiiiirvt'Iiiun .'u 1 1' nf Coimiiiiiptlon I'neu
111011I11, llrnnelilllH, Cnuiihn, Colds nml
(trip prove ita umh'lili-ii merit for nil
'I'll r cm t nnd l.uni: Truulilen, Ointriiu-
teed hot Urn WV and .00. Trial liollli'i
bee nt Moririiu nnd I
Sptvl il sample copy nf the
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The lliford lelU the Investor how tu
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l-KAUIltl. ODDS AUAINbT HIM.
I Itcdriililt'ii. idiiiivmid dcntltulc. Such
in brief win. the erudition nf 1111 old
fiildier by inline nl J. ,1, IIiiVciik, Vcr
mlllcs, O. for .M'ih he wni tiuulilid
with Kidney dUeiire mid neither doctor
I or medicine gave him relief. At length
1 he tried Clei-trle Illtti'M. It put Idm
j nn his feet In uliort older niul now lie
I lctllleri. "I'm nn the roml to coniplt'tn
1 rteovert." lien! 011 em Hi fur Liver mid
Kidney trouble utiilnll formi of Stom
iieh mid lluwel Compliilntii. Only fiOc.
liiiiiriinteiil I iv Mnrgiiii and llreliniil,
1 SI Ingles di per III
(,'iiininiin Itouh lumber and
of Kiln Dried
At mill, prices,
Im k lllnj;liani Lumber Co.
Eugene Planing Mill
Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Rustic and
General Mill Work.
Turning and Stair bulldlnga speci
alty. All orders will receive prompt
attention. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Ilstlmutcs Cheerfully rurnlshcd.
Address.: Ill l.awrenco St,
Q.HJLBJUU JJUUUU1 BJ-B-g.ll.mUUlJLmO
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Hard and Soft Wheat
Junction City Flour
Chop Feed, Gruhnm Flour,
Oats, Ilrnn and' Shorts,
J. R. IJROWN,
West Side. CottiiKe, drove
The Cottfigc Grove
STEAM LAUNDRY f
Is now 111 running order
and prepared to do ull kinds of
laundry work with promptness
and at reasonable rales.
Wo hope to secure your
patroungo and to please you
with our work. Phono .'II
August Swansou, Prop.