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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1904)
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"cvolcd o the Mining. Lumbering and ..'arming Interest, of this Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake.
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COTTAGE GROVE, LANE COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER
tOIIEJHIA MINING DISTRICT NEWS
Leal mid (k,cr"l noms from ,lie Mining- Sections of Orcifon
iinu wuier Mines.
Ihiiiiiiiiv id I'mvcr.
Tin) Vl '"" 1 Muiii Mill haa
g Hit I I'1' I' I1""" iiwill .iivin
,i!.,t 1 lint ilii' iimslimiuti
I.I on ilit. plate I nil
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Them " " "" '"" I'0""'
l xl.i ll UI pll.tO highly
11, nhli'M 1 lui run-
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krt 11)9 " '"'
1'.. tlui! ia u dy
m r.il.x uloi'li Icily
.1' il Wtill Up
',,1 Mllli'll lUll'8 till'
1 ,,.h (n.li air tn tlit
j, ,, ilin tiiiilii'l.
,un 1. .ill tiiljolllltlg the mill
nit'i.i,. ..wit. uu ...
iJ, HUM '
. . limm lit It saving
1 . iml 1 tUir,
uii 1 11.1s lor some
III lUlll-lllIU ltd
t it . 1, ill, Iutii cm
; 1. It. iv mine In
. i'ii line he i
ii 11 KMllltU llOl.
) i .invr Sunday
i" - 111 ittct. He
.iiiv ..I the Lucky
Unlike It KUI to
id ft Well it
I 111 the ay ol
u 'it-, mid null on
V. st -in Oregon.
.ml. 11I out Mil men
n. mill ol 40 ntainp
, 1 .1 supply of wutei
1 1 ..m-.lv. The ' Dr.
nil. hi all that
k '-'i . iiim .1 hi it, ! 11 very
;. jn. i,t "I I lit.' gold it be
jiu 11 n.:i- t. -turned Tuva-
tiidht tj lli mine,
Tht trjv .j 1I1 a tin- miner who
ciiotn ir. ii) 1'. ilitiiii.i this week
1 ill ti (In- effect that the
MTU1- null it iIihiik iiienaiii
i Tlii tl " trio light plant at
iu. : iiud tfcciilly mid i
i' (lie 1
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tyB'lh in 1
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Itiwiii: 1 ' 1
Itfr (1 (1 Warner nniveil ill the
murvliv limn Ins mining prop-
in ltulirtui.i lie liflH Iwen
niigthi. lunor tumid nloug the
rjunil lins utKiied up h IkhIv ol
Hint, t.irryniu k'dI'1. copper mid
rot. Mr. Watuvr Mute the ore
Jfcit:' mrliis in witltll Hllil IK
ltjnllv utcrcaHiiiK iih dislnnce ii
l&huril I.. HnlV, miniiiK ciikI-
' 11 down from HohemlH. Mr.
r'l-lmsily eiignj;cd iloiii( pleul
ptv work for many property
I" in llulinnia. nud will rc-
hio his work the last of this
How the V,M Promoter Uvea,
riii.ro ia n elaaa of iirniii.iii.ri ...
thermal .. .,,.... .,in(M, wi. ,,
lulu I to vnr.v littla 'imidiinitioii
from tlia ItiTuatiOK ildii-. Tht-y
imn irnnerally he found omipjriDif
tlm 01 ot ulatwrtlto nfllt'i Hint igu
In. atii'iirtHl. Thaati iiiiiiuotcm bavn
r tar, or ft roa of atoiioriiiilii m em.
.'niiii than tlii. In v.. in 1 ii,. r m
work in ilinir alloi'd 'il I iiiiiiw,,
Finn know vorjr lit tin 11h.ni tmiti
iml I'am I aiM. What want i
Hi 11 tfuHiblu publlfl ami limy kiiiiw
Urn Imiil iiiiitliotU lo a lnil in MuMir.
uiv: it. It ttiaat aaiun irnn,(u-i,
know unit half a nnu li nt, it u.tu
in mi thy do about iHinini; iiMinii)
'i. would apaod a purltuii ,if the
.iiimi.y raikrnl, in lninin .ruti.jiiH.
Ilu.m w-iiil I Ita a (irit iniiiiv in.ii,
-livuliifi'l pnvtint III tin. 11. .'. ,iki
tln null ilciii.iii llri' iii..- I,,,,
lllilti'K r MlltOII tlll'lr ilH'r'itln- k.
flnaneial wrwuks an I -inn ti .n
At llrnt, ami Iwlori H.111 I'm. in
mnii. ni aro known, tin (. ,i.
'il"t' l advurllan III IfKlllinii'.- p.ili
lii'aiiunn. l'hu publili(n uf ilic
H..i, in mual iunLm.-ei 1-11 irmit '
id llii rlmiaf r of tlm a hpriiM'i,
"rry tlm mlirliainK manor. Tin-rridii'-
llin r irimm mUl catii.tia
mi in, liiiwi-vm, loarn tlm Im char
i.'trr "f 'lui jr iiiiotor and ndiiaa to
lit' t if i Mini of llmin. l''juiliiijf that
tin fiiiiunt prtHiuiit their proMi.
am. hi 1 witn au t.ni:i-vB to an m-
teilii.i cIin of r"tdnra familiar
Willi milling and oil uivpatmenta,
llii.j Imiii ttw iKBuraut oiaa wliu
41a Hiuimpiilili) to thair extravagant
nlmiti.iuK, Tiiay know that mil
ijnn 11 hiI tlm Sunday odiUona
ufalUti ranturti UdWupaptira aud they
nlau know that many of iIiimm rradora
Hill bi'liBVa that ovary note- in the
iirouud in the weal ta a riuh gold
wine, that u if they rami it '11 an
ftdvartiaeineul or mio it in print.
Through thvMi ndvorUnotnouta thomi
wily proinoUta aro oualdud to u
uum hundreda of tbouanuda of d. il
ia ra whilo the loiilini'ttH luiumi;
iiiuly nffcrinfr eoppororo forKinoll-
iiiK- JJolmniio ia dintinod lo furniah
tlml Ii iiiiwt eompaniiiN HiKikin rap.
ilnl fur iluvulopmoiit purpoae Are
found ftdvnrliainff in liKitimntn pub- a oood tonnaco of fioneontr,iin
liitntmiiH that ritfnan " rry fakn ' Southern OrogaD in dcinonhtrotinB
itdvi,iii.i,i,tH in their .oliiMna. 'in tlm Drat good mining dono thoro
Mmidx mi l Morlg.H. I that orn nud concotitrstoa will bo
- nBrod amolUira. lioth ocenn
A I'nrllainl Smeller Why Not? "'! railwaya ,m a wnlor
ian tally Jmirimi Krado haul ran dolivir oro to I'ort-
WilH)rgou bofomi. a amolting "Hoiiieman with Hie samo
Ktii.li.r' Strnngo thincH havo hap- nl ll(1oiiHtritted at Humplor will
pi-m d. In the year jhhI eloaing, 11 j ,"''"'k ll,B ' of building
top htiH Imon taken in Unit direelion ! "'' h ',(!MJ' '"lnoiH at l'urtlnnd.
at a tiiiui and placo proinuno"l im- ""' '
I rui!tii'alil(i. Momptor'a little pi ml I nl P Mlaea Are lor Hddv Law
h mirprwdeonndentol.H..rverH liy! Oregon Daily Jourual.
Miiiiiilatiiig a prodiictiun of anmll- Set't" A. h. Morris of the
ing 011. bf Imwl impoHHiblo. Win n ! Oregon Miners' Awociation ia
a compaiiv of pr anotera Hiinouiu-td ; mttili"K n"lis lo "'c individual
ilirir pur jioHt- f oreeting a modi.rn ! """'n.-rs for the meeting to be held
mm Imr iii Itaker county, ni't of tlm . " the Mthinst The notices
milling men of ttu diatriel to U-, M,t'rcly cflU tetion to the fact
li..ii.fiti..d iaughod at the amump- llmt tbi is tl,B ''" meeting,
tiou.atid wPro Hoeold'in their alii- when directors and officers are to
Hid., nn to positively wct-blankut tin e,ec,ed al", oll,er business coin-
Kiii'Tprwn. WnoQ a plant waHuom-, "K uciure me aisoctation auenaeu
pl. tiiil, after the outlay of about j to.
aiHMMM) hy eaatern rata otherwi. No program has yet been outlined
mil inti-rented in tho diahiet. Urn y 'he aasociation fur ita opposition
I'll.' Hiimltnr waa indioalad witli a '. "J Uddy law, or so much of the
iiinwiire of gratinealion by the : '11V applica to njitiiiigcompanies.
IH HNiiiiiata an a monument to their , letltion have been circulated for
.nvn gol judgmn.t, and tlm aur- "- purpoae of taking them before,
punning folly of ita projector. In-1 the legislature at the winter session,
stead of hastening to eo operate j This work reveaLs what was ap-
with the management of tho reduc-1 P"1" wn tne udy "lw
oilier mining measures tirst came
liou plant, ita future waa a mutter
if Niirli imliffervlicu that the itntia
live for ermaiiout work bad to be
takim by outside puuplu again.
lint now tlm Suropter aiueltnr ban
ammraiit'o of buiug a perinaneu'. sue
ct'M. It ia proving that the email
tpiatitiiv uf eoko required for the
ch'irjit hi the aeiiii'pyritio proeesa
la mom eaaily Imuled in tlmu the
mui'li iargur proportion of ore in
that charge may be hauled out.
up for discussion: That the small
operator opposes such measuta
while five or six of the larger oper
atom favor them. As the Oregon
Mining Association so far has been
composed exclusively of small
operators, as distinguished from
companies that own large produc
ing mines, its influence will be in
sympathy with this class and
against corporation laws that take
Metallurgical loaaes, held by aooie capitalization as the basis tax or
of tho mual prominent expert fo' be , license. While it is conceded tlint
prohibitive in a district receiving uo
groAter varioty of ore than was tri
butary to Surapter, have not proven
a majority of (he state's production
of the precious tnetals has been rep
re scntcil on the side of such legis-
ao in practice. The stimulation 1 lation, the vast majority of tlie
given production so far haa in-1 mining people according to numbers
oroased the available tonnage from interested has always been against
about 5.01W tous per year shipped j the Eddy law.
before, to enough io supply a 100. j One of the planks upon which
ton furnace running full time. j Representative Smith of flakor
Even prudent men become too 'county was elected, was opposition
mennies. With such
jiat may be done 111
l'orllund has n
oompanv wi h good property ia not powerful incentive lo rraliae the
able to wicure funds for the oper-1 J'e"' of Br- ortluiul is
dliuii of Us pruiwrly. The tin-1 auumituij i "
serutiiilous iiimiiolvr heliuves in the : Ahiaka'a large
number of (jinulz
. ...Ml :
old saying that there ia 11 micKer i Hlo"K ' ooft" wm , 'criBtso
burn every miuiitu. Ily iucuipor
tiling oompany after company he At
tempts to keep puce with the ralo of
birth. After working 11 high sound
ing iiftuio for nil it will stand,
changes his millions and operutus
uiidiir 11 new company naiiiu. In
vestors in mining and oil keeuiities
aliotild investigate all companies in
which they (ixjieot to invent. In
vcNturs should appreciate tlm fact
the tommgo of concentrates from
the north country in wonderful
ineafiire. Dig mills nru boing
erected there otudi year. The Coour
d'AluiioH 0011I1I deliver ore and con
centrates hero far nioro cheaply
tlmu at tivcrett, and the poiblo
cost of this Imiil will bu further re
diiced by au open river. Ht Helens
JiHtriul is neuter I'm Hand than uny
other prominent center, nud is til-
Long (Si Bingham's Stock
m9BS7!' in this closing-out sale
is worth your 'while to lay in a supply.
11 i 'A
Mf (.old Dnit,
20c Dew Drop.
10c Felt's Nftptlm,
je Sitvou 12 oz sotip,
1 ur Soiti).
OiiuiL !,ye, .
(Jilt UMjre Stove Polish,
. 1 Tic
Shilling Making Powder.
Onldeii West Hukg Pwd
K. C. Making J'owder,
Milk, - -, . -Oysters,
to such measures as mining men
believe retarded development and
the work of the prospector. In
Soutlirii Oregon the election was
inot so clearly 011 this issue, yet Jo
sephine and parts of Douglas and
Jackson counties are strongly min
ing and wil the against the Kddy law
so far as it affects the infant mining
industry. Blue River and lloheniia
will probably also dominate Lane
county. With this showing aud
tlve entire mining interests of the
state informed 011 the Kddy law, a
determined fight is expected, and
whatever the Mining Association
can do to aid, will be taken up at
the meeting on the 14th inst.
The Commercial Club of this city
j is certainly deserving of credit for its
j efforts in the matter of display of
the election returns at the club
rooms. Prior to the day a com-
' ... , r nrrn.inro fnT
mince was appuiuicu i j iiu..j,
the returns by wire as well as to
plan for the public display of the
bulletins as fast as received. Ac
cordingly a bulletin board was
placed in position i front of the
100111s on Main street from one ol
the assembly room windows, and a
stiong electric light adjusted to
tluow its light upon the board. As
fast as the bulletins were received
nud read at the rooms they were
recorded on the bulktin board, so
adjusted that it conm do c.isi j
read on the opposite side of Main
street. The bulletins were watched
wilh much interest, ami dcinoii
sl.atcs that the Commercial Club is
alive nud progressive,
it ti iint-iir mi im m" . "..
Tho Women's Club of Cottage
Orovo is now in its third year, and
starts out this season under very
flattering conditions. The mem
bership has now increased to eigh
teen members. By courtesy of the
Commercial Club the ladies arc
given the freedom of the reading
room each Saturday afternoon.
I.ast year the club took tip the His
tory of Oregon and the interest, the
growth and deve'optnent of the
stale from the '50 's to the present
time, is substantially impressed
upon the memories of the members.
Two meetings have been held thus
tar tor this seav.n tlie first, the
general reorganization of the club,
at which Mrs. H. II. Veatch wa.
chosen president and Mrs. F. D.
Wheeler, secretary the second, de
voted to a reading and study of a
part of Shakespeare's great play,
the Merchant of Venice. The
reading ol the play will be consid
ered at the next meeting, Saturday,
Nov. is. At that time the com
mittee will present its "yearbook"
for acceptance by the club, it being
understood that the topic for this
season's consideration will be
Prohibition Loses in Lane County President Roosevelt Has
Great Majority in Electoral College. h
The election in Cottage Grove passed off very qntttly.
But little was heard concerning the presidential part ofit.
All the enthusiasm and work was for or against prolijbi.
tion. Those favoring prohibition worked early i&id
late for their cause. The women were largely in evideace
throughout the day. The W. C. T. U. secured the office
of A. II. King and dispensed a free Ittnehto all who wofild
partake. Over eight hundred white ribbons were dis
posed of. At night the Commercial Club received the
election returns and gave them to the lift-fte 'tfbwd
gathered on the streets.
It was evident early in the evening that KdoSevtflf'iliad
won by a heavy majority. :
The vote on prohibition in Lane County so far -as
learned before going to press waS:- i -v .,'
Bast Cottage Grove,
West Cottage Grove, -Lorane,
Richardson, Irving and Junction1 Cmajb
WANTED An experi
machine man. Also an
mat or; references reri
ply to Supt. Gold burg
i e n c 0 d I 'ast P0.1- rccevcd was 27 prwinc:'tm of ft
amatfro.'gave the majority of over 4-00 against prohibition.
piired. Ap-, rest of the precincts will not change the ,tf8ulti',;.Htii;:
burg Mine, ' The last presidential returns received gave Rooscve
317 votes in the electoral college.
Neico stabbed Summors in the back
Tuonday&igtit tin. following was : about 0 or 7 inches below the
received at tlm Nii(.'act office by 'shoulder blado. Dr. Scarbrough,
phone, from Creswell. Ore. the attending physician, probed the
"Art Summers and Grover Neice wound and thinks tho knife struck a
got into an altercation in which rib, but cannot toll bow seriously
he is injured until morning. Sum
mers is somewhat rastlasi. ; The
weapon used waa a common pooket
knife." There haa been bad fool
ing between the parSaopr a long
time. 1 ,' ' J' ,
'B ) LJP
16 0 c Underwea
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B5ys' ana young: mcirs m ncavy
You may need an odd pair of
pants. We are soiling our
$1.78 PANTS AT - $1.80
$1.80 PANTS AT $1.28
You buy your shoos, of us be
cause we show the largest line
in the city. Ask for our women's
winter shoes for wet vctitheu:at
$1.50 and $2.00.
Let us measure you for a fine
tailor-niadc suit from $12.00 to
Conic in now out line is complete.
We call vour attention to our line
$12 buys a regular
$10 buys a regular
Then $S or even $G
gets you a suit
worth more money
This week we make
all our regular
this remedy, says: 'I , '
Olmmberhiln's I'oiiBht .tn(i' S
rw END BROTHERS
Welch & Woods
"HAS IT FOR
at 5 0cl
M .. , ,. , iui.jniru shoes, etc., t int arc sow at aim
. , (iutc an assortiiknt ol lurnisliings, "
t(,si Take nilvrtntnirc ol this sale I aislu
Jitlon of the Kind I know jm?S
iNowIinv DrugBtore. '