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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (July 19, 1905)
BOHEMIA IS ACTIVE.
(Oouciiuira from BrM pafto.)
$20 to tlio ton, ttnd Bovcrnl bviu Jrod
tons of ubipping ore nrc on tho
Tbe Klkborn, adjoining tbe Mon
arch on tbe cast shows up a strong
8-foot lodge. This properly con
Bists of but a single claim ami is
opened up by a 22-foot shaft and
The Golden Slipper group of 8
claims, property of the Goldou Slip
per Mining Company, is located on
Horse Heaven Creek. It is develop
ed by two tunnels and shown up a
4i -foot ledge; total work, about
. Tbe Anaconda group of fire claims
ou the northwest slope of Fairvicw
Mountain, adjoining tho Vesuvius,
has a 6-foot ledge opened up by
about 300 feet of work.
James W. Sears owns the Soars
group of eight claims on the west
Bide of Orouso Mountain. There is
a five-fkot vein of rich, tree milling
gold on this property. About 000
feet of work has been done.
Charles Bruneau is the owner of
the Sarah claim, an east extension of
the Noonday, This ground has
been exploited by a thirty-foot shaft
and a cross-cut tunnel is now beiug
driven to find thn lead at a greater
The Nemo group, consisting of
two claims on the east slope of (Iriz
zley Mountain has been opeued up
by several hundred feet of tunnels.
A ledge of twelve feet is shown.
In the Benefit group, also consist
ing of two claims, on the west slope
of Grizzley Mountain, 300 feet of
work has been dona and a two and
one-half foot ledge opened up. G.
G. Warner is the owner of this prop
erty. The Montana group of live claims
on the west slope of the Grizzley
Mountain, Reed & Fletcher, owners,
is a patented property. Over 1500
feet of work has been done on it
and three feet of high-grade ore is
At the bead of Champion Basin
and on Grouse Mountain, Griflith A.
Reed have a group of three claims,
known as the Broadway. Nearly
1000 feet of w ork has been done an. I
gome fine ore taken out.
J. M. Peterkon and J. Klucky,
owniDg the GM Star group of five
laims on the s.ailh Mo:e of Fair
view, have about 350 feet of woik
donf and show uo from live to six
feet af solid ore iu the face of their j
The Sweepstuke group of. eight j
.claims is situated ou the wett slope j
of Elephant Mountain, S.J. Bruude, i
owner. This property is opened up
by a 250-foot cross cut tunnel and I
200 feet of drifting on the lead. It j
has a fine five.foot ledge. J
Charles Gettes is the owner of the
White Bear group of two claims,
west of the Crystal on Elephant
Mountain, that he thinks a great
deal of. He has a five and one-half
foot ledge and about 200 feet of work
The Lizzie Bullock group of two
claims is north of the White Bear.
Gcarge Long is the owner, and 250
feet of work has been done ou 'he
The Three Monte group, on the
north-west slope of Fairview moun
tain, is the property of Al Churchill,
who has about 250 feet of work done
on his three claims.
The Evening Star claim, an ex
tension of the Champion group, is
on the west slope of Grouse Moun
tain. Ralph and Frank Whipple
are the owners and they have about
200 feet of work to their credit.
The Knott property consists ot
but a single claim, 300 feet wide.
It is under development by sinking
The shaft is down a distance of about
150 feet. Doug Ladd and Mrs.
Finnegan, of Portland, are the own
ers. Some rich ore has been taken
out of this property.
George Long has a claim upon
wliirh about 150 feet of work has
The principal property upon
Adams Mountain is the Sunrise
group of six claims upon which
filmut 800 feet of work has been
rlnon A 40-foot ledge is claimed
for this property.
George Boleman, of Cottage
Grove, owns the U. S. group of two
claims on the west slope of Iair-
.view. He has 500 feet of work to
'oirirlonrp hiH confideiico in his
The Winchester group of five
claims is situated on Johnson Mead
ows ridge, J. I. Jones, ot cottage
Grove being the owner. There has
been 300 ieet of work done on this
property and four or five feet of ore
opened up. .
About 200 feet of work has been
Ann nn tne Peekaboo group of
three claims ofi Jackass Ridge,
owned by Meadows & McFarland.
A five-foot ledge of free milling ore
is being opened up on this prop-
Another promising Jackass prop
erty is the Oliver Twist group of
five claims owned by Oliver Gil
bertson and others. About 300
feet of work has been done on this
On the south slope of Jackass
Ridge I he Bohemia Gold Mining
Company h opening up a four loot
lodge in the Contention and Victor
The White S-van Mining Com
pany is developing four claims up
on the southwest slope of Bohemia
Mountain. Theio is a lour -loot
lci'ge ojHrncd up and some led
of tunneling done.
On the south side of Bohemia
-Huston & Hall have established
their "Tall Timber" camp for the
puipose of developing a io-toot.
ledge on their cluin. They have
coo feet of woik done.
William Shaw has live claims
upon the south slope of Monta
Riea Ridge upon which he has
about ;5o feet of work done. He
has eight feet of ore.
The Mr. Henry Clay is a group
of five claims ou Monta Riea Ridge.
About 1000 feet of work has been
done on this property.
The Boston gtoupot eight claims
at the foot of Hardserabble Hill, is
owned by the Bohemia Gold Mining
Company. There is a four-foot
ledge on this property and 550 lect
of work done. Georgo W. I.loyd
is manager of the Bohemia Gold
Company. They own several
groups that have been mentioned.
They a:e doing good work in the
Upon the southeast slope ol
Grouse Mountain the Grouse Moun
tain Mining Company owns a group
of eight claims opened up by about !
400 'feet ol work. A three-foot
ledge has heen cm.
The Helms Bros, have a promis
ing group of five claims upon Ridge
Hotel, on which over 500 feet of
work has been done. A four-foot
ledge is being opened up.
The Utopian group of five, claims,
has been opened up by about 500
feet of work, hour ledges trom ,
tour to six feet in width have been ;
.-,- ,-f tl,. 1n,l,Tc rrivoicT crmvl I
values in free gold. This property
is located oii the Champion Ba-
Scene on the O. & S. E. Ry. between Cottage G.ovo and Bohemii
of Llephant Mountaiu.
The Florence and Salvador
claims, on the west side of Ele
phant, have about 50 feet of work
done on them.
On the Gettysburg group of two
claims, near Martin's Spring on
Adams Mountain, a large ledge has
been cut., Messrs. White, Wigger
and Van Buren of Roseburg are the
Al Andrews has about 100 feet of
work done on his Gypsy group of
two claims on the east slope of
The Calapooia group of five
claims, owned by the Calapooia
Mining Company, is located on
Windy Creek. About ;oo feet of
work has been done here and a 10
foot ledge shown up.
Thr6e big ledges have been cut by
the Iowa Gold Mining Company on
their Iowa group of six claims on
Horse Heaven Creek. About 150
feet of development work has been
done on this property.
The Scorpion group of two claims
on Home Heuven Creek, shows a
10 foot ledge. Jack Morgan, John
West and John Graber are the own
ers. They have done about 110 feet
.South from the Riverside, on
Horse Heaven Creek, Dave Ivey,
Andrew Land and Ananias Land
have a group of claims upon which
a strong ledge is shown.
The Nucleus group of three
claims aird a fraction on Windy
Creek is the property of D. J. G ro
ver an 1 C. K. lJumond, who have
cut a 12-foot ledgo with about So
feet of work.
The Monta Rica Mining Com
pany of Eugene is opening up a
group of three claims known as the
Monta Rica, south of Musick mine.
The ledge is small, but the gold is
free. About 250 feet of work has
been done here.
C. J. Howard of Cottage Grove,
is the owner of the Elephant group
cf two claims ou Elephant Moun
tain. He has 100 Jeet ot work done
and has a ledge ten feet in width
giving average values of $7-50 in
gold. Joe Young has a claim north
of the Elephaut and paralled with
it upon which 75 feet of work has
been done, with a favorable show-
Tho Golden Rule Mining Com
pany owns a group of chums at the
toot of Hardserabble toad, on which
thev propose doing extensive woik
the coining season.
The Noonday mine, which has
Ihcu idle for several ycats has
large bodies of high grade concen
trating ore in sight. It is owned
by Chicago people. Over 0000 feet
ol work has been done on this
property and besides it is equipped
with the largest stamp mill in the
district. The property is patented.
Other properties in the district
deserving of special mention arc:
Peterson group, four claims, 400
feet of work ; Roy
.'50 feet: Happy
feet; Molten, one
feet; Lost Mirre,
al, three claims,
1'iclv, one, uo
feet; Hubbard, live claims. 75
Bohemia Girl, three claim",
feet; B. Lurch, four claims. 700 feet
White Cat, one claim, 100 feet.
Symptoms, Effects, Treat aunt and Cure
by Dr. Darria at Hotel Smcede,
chief chronic diseases
t lit Imuran frame, c:t-
inost prevalent, most
product i ve of discom
fort and a variety of .list losing and
i danijerourt complications, ltseirrll
i est and mot prominent symptom is
1 a discharge from the head, varying
, in its nat lire in different cases, and
even In the same individual at differ
j flit times. It may be a thin, colorle-s
It 1 1 i I . or of ;niry, starchlike Mil.
1 stance. Onerally, however, it Is
itliii'l." mi i'ii li'ii I nr 111 ur, 1-1111 ru leu t
matter, either ash colored or of a deep
gicn tint occasionally streaked or
M'M'ked With lllood. S' ) C 0 1 I D 1 1 II II .1
hea Is are '
one iii:iss i.f c.in aptlou.
II A WKIXO
Much of the discharge passes back
ward, either dropping in the throat
or collecting an a tough, viscid, tena
cious phlegm behind and above the
Hoft palate to the passage between
the throat and the head. Its lodg
ment embarrasses respiration and
creates 11 constant and Irrcsistable
desire to relieve the discomfort by
druwiiig the offensive substance into
the throat by a loud humiliation
through the nose, ho as then to be
able to eject It by disagreeable, hawk
ing. r.VTAI. El I'KCTS or CATA 1(101.
Tho swallowing of catarrhal secre
tion deranges tins functions of the
stomach, canning Indigestion, loss of
appetite und health. Debility, pale
ness, lassitude, headache and distur
bance of mind rsooii fulluw. JiiHonii1
instances 1 ho mental affection Is one
of irritability, the patient being un
duly annoyed by all the perplcxitleH
of life. In others tho prominent feel
ing is that of melancholy, depression
of spirits, when tho Invalid can Hce
110 hope In tin future for himself or
his affairs. Catarrhal deufiifss h
almost sun; to result in a majority of
oi l 1 :nsi u itiiKA i n
J 11 the most advanced Htages the
discharges are generally of an offen
sive odor, cau.-d rig unnoynrice if) one's
friends ami t he patient himself, wnilo
tho sense of smell remains. This an
noyance from the odor becomes
ulmo.st beyond endurance, more espec
ially ho wiien UK uiseae assumes the
form of ozaenii ami the delicate bones
of tho nose become diseased,
nm oiiMirv of Tin-: osi.
i'ii cases win-re the bones of tho
11 oho become diseased not only is the
effeiini veiH.'.is of I he breath greatly
increased, but. there, is it liability to
wrlouH personal deformities, among
which art! Ilattenirig of tho nose.
( ONHI M I'l ION A.! IiK ATII
Catarrhal affliction, unchecked by
treatment, are prone to extend by
continuity of Hurfaeo along tho nat
ural air passages to the mibstance of
the lungs thiiH causing consumption
and death. In this connection It
Hhould bo remembered tliut the air
which cntern Hid lungs of a catarrhal
patient is every breath of It poisoned
by tho foul weeretioiiH of tho diseased
surface. By such air tho blood can
not bo proiierly purified and made fit
to impart healthy vigor in Its mend
ing circuit to all and every part of
theanliiial mechanism. Due would
Hiipposo that this consideration alone
would be KUllielent to indueo every
person thus allicted to make early
application for relief.
TIU'ATMKNT AM) CI UK
By tho ineUlcluul and electric tiyu-
tcmof treatment which Dr. Darrin
has adopted and pursued for years
w till uniform nucccns, a complete and
permanent cure of this repulsive ills
ease can be effected. Thus he has
demonstrated In 1 housnud of ease 1,
representing the disease In every
form ami all Its various Ntiigei of
development that his appluvit Ion"
are mailt I o reach t he diseased purl
iu the most direct mid positive man
ner , liistutaneoiisly penetrating
every cell ainlcaily of Hie head,
ciiiiiiiiiinleatlug with tin' nostrils,
and subject Ing every immmoii of the
membrane to the healing action of
the remedy employed, w D lion l can"
Ing the least pain or unpleasant sen
nation. The affected entitle are
thoroughly cleansed fn ta lucrusted
tnorbiih' mutter, t he offetish e she'll
Is removed, ami relief from either
troublesome Hymptoius Is almost
immediately experienced. The ills
charge soon diminishes. Irritation is
allayed, the iuilamination siibshl, s,
u lee" 1 at Ions are made to heal, itnd
tlnally a radle.il and permanent cure
Numerous test ini uilals have ap
penred In this paper during the pa -t
few weeks from those who thought
they owed It to the doctor as ivell
as hundreds of liUesiifferel -t, to speak
of thepmd work that has been done
for tin 111.
in;, iiakiux's ri 0 1 or 111 sixi ss
Dr. Darrin Is loi ited at the Hotel
Nmeede. Buge-ie, until October I.
and give" free exainbmtloii to all. in
to ." or 7 to s dally. The poor free
and those able to pay ut I he rate of
'.") a week or 111 that proportion of
time the ease may leiptlre. All cur
able chronic diseases of men ami
women a Specialty. Byes tested free
and glasses lilted at reasonable
Ill V IT NOW.
Now Is t he t line to buy I 'll. nub- r
Iain's 'olle, I'lmleia and Diarrhoea
Ueiliedy. 1 1 is i el tain to be sooner
01 later and when that lime comes
von w ill need it badly you will need
it ipiiekly. I '.by it now. It may
save life. I'oa sale bv The Modern
With its companions. In art b
tlatuleuee. torpidity of t he lixcr.
stipatloll, palpitation of the Ih
pour blond, headache and other
oiis symptoms, sallow skin,
tongue. offensive breath and a h i
of other ailments, is at 1 mee tie- 1
widespread and desl rip't i ve, ma
among (lie Aiuerie.iu pet
I lei bine tre.i I men I will 1 n: 1
t rouble. ."'Of bottle. S Id
Mi idem I 'ha 1 nine v.
with ir -fr:
FOR I 01CHS an- 60c i.St.00
Bureot and Haickcrt Cuv:' for r.U
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No I'tiiitaKiiiiM rases taken.
9 oiilsnle in. 'tllt al help furnish. ! il .le-
J 1'or furthiT part ieial;trs a.l.lress
nr. 11. v. sciii.i:i:r.
ItASKlIALI, IM.A Vi:i:S AND
Louise J. Kruer, ex champion
long distance foot racer of tiennnny
and Holland, writes, Oct. L'7, I'.i'd .
During my tralng of eight weeks'
foot races at Salt. Lake City, In April
last, I used Mallard's Snow Liniment
to my great. 1st sat isfaction.
Therefore, I highly recommend
Snow Liniment to all who nic
troubled with sprains, bruises or
rheumatism." L'.'ie, .Mie and $1 .on.
Sold by The Modern Pharmacy.
When you want a pleasant laxative
that is easy to takcnndCcrtaintonet,
use ( 'hambei'laiu'H Stomach and Liver
tablets, For sale by The Modern
(iOOD I'OU STOMACH TLOl'JiLL
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets have done me a great ileal of
good," snysC. Towns, of Kat Purl
ug, Ontario, Canada. "II. sing a
mild physic thn alter elfecta are i.ot
unpleasant, and I can recommend
them to all who suffer from Momuch
disorder." I'or Bale by TT10 Modern
JAS. JI. POTTS
First Class Turnouts,
1'OTTS & McQUBBN -
V It I V A T i: $
I Hospital and Sanilai ium I
All till! latest tr.Nltlll. 'Ills.
I PLAIN and MEDICATED BATHS.
A WO OFFICE OF fHE ' :v" 1 ,V 1 . 1
j n liuii)'
rrr- DArmancnt Relief
IIERB1NE nrU clircrlly ra thn l iver It will cj COMTIM;
TI0N. UISI'EPSIA, MALARIA AND ",L"' . ' toUj of
"eSuUV,!.t"nS'n, iio'wo'ak'onod und orcao.; It ch-ck.
all dcrarr.trnonts cf tho human body.
CURED HER SICK HEADACHE
Mm. JoMe Cameron. CentrHi Avruuc, Temple,
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teliel. .ml tnxe rlcsure In i.-coimucad ug it to
Wulucn wuu num.,
Fir.v r,nta A Dottle
y Cents A Bottle
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Tho Mociorn Piinrmacy.
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