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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1906)
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Devoted to tlie Mining, Lumbering ond Farming Interests of this Community.
COTTAGE GROVE, LANE COUNTY OREGON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1906.
And (kncral Mining News
(inthcrcJ I'roni iixcliangcs.
ISuNinr.t lirgitiA t" look piolty,
active along tKe lw f th O A S. j
1C. willi two trains it l;iy. ,
C.o Lloyd tupect t come Inn I
from OllinRhousr in lhi pnng
arid Will iiu lake ch'tipe of active!
work al the Ci'Mal.
Unity Watch mis ili.i' u-jniit
from tin Ikov itiui'- an- iy u
coiirniug. Jim Sar wlm leu the
coiitim t for 'xtendni-? the Hhim I is
opening up good c,u" viys 1 1 1 . I
prospect 11 c In 1 x li .
The Ml" lll'l'mi' hi llicSe
ilt vh in the lnhi 'm l the mni tie
lonking fur 11 ' .- 1 1 spun-:. A I
ready wo hoar consider 1 I - - t.ilk I
work l hit h .ouig t" li- 1 nshe I .it
tllO fill IK' till' Spllll.' .Ill l 11 III I'll 1
Paul J"in'H think ii i ami: i l
lomlinc; log on cm s w it h polio ut
engine not aM it i i i' k l up t"
be. The O . S li is joining the
logs tut - tin their ni.hl hv
hut summer and drlrve i inn tli"tn ut
tho llnnvn l.umi" r C'. null ni l Mi
Jones m in t h.11 e ol 1 !. ! k
Klftv Thoiit.nd Gold In Pot k el Mlitn
StKktoii. I'.il.. Jan. .'Il Jr.ni
Dyndero tinik $ S".0'' nut o his
pockut mine at Culumhin Hill ye--terday.
Thin in tnif of the largest picketN
over fii'jiid in Tuoluinno county.
Oitttui'j KiktitoiiH Tlnxl.rr
Sibonu has ihe biggest foie'-t an a
of any country on earth, yet t Ii
titnbor fur the eoiiHti in tion of the
eastern end of the Trans Siitei ian
railway all romes 1 1 m the I'nil'd
StateH It vns brought Iroin he
gou, being shipped ai russ to 'Iadi
VOMtok, thence trniispoitcd by rail
to the bnkn of u trihutary of the
Amur and loaded into bar s to be
towed to its deHiinution,
Suinptcr Clvotrlo Railway to la Hulll
Ihla hprlfttf to Handle llrc.
Haker City, Or, I'eb. 3,
special from Simpler sayH it is hs
aured that the Sumpter lileetiii
Railrond to the inining Rinp ot
Hournu will lie built thiN spiing.
W. IJ. llurd, ol roitlm :d, ami An
thou Mohr, of .Sumpter, ate in the
Kast, in the interest of thr new
road, which is planned to huiidln
orea more cheaply. They Hay th"
road in pranlieally financed. It
Are giving great values in shoes
owing to the
have too many. Mens high tops
$4.10, now $8.75. Hoys 2 1-2 to
5 Ul high 10 inch top $2.0t
Ghilds wedge heel $1.00 quality
will ! iin t U t r 1 1 about ten
in 1 1 m ldiij;, seivtnj- "in- f the
iiii'sl niiiiini; c.imps in tin- noith
vrst. The r.illl" llilclfvlH '..V ill-it ill
hpring ihi-v will hull.) the
st''a 111 1 11 1 1 1 "a I Iio'ii 1 t 1 1 . r.,
up Payette vail' V v '"'I'" " filing
an 111I i n I v ' w 'nU . it'll in
a'.'rii nliinal and ' I k 1: ' .mmi,' M'
SOUI II AKKICA iMVIOKM)
Till! lot 1 1 . i i it l iMlh .listiil)iit d
by the in it M "I tin- Witwat
el uin in l'i,, h.iH "S'U'lli
A li ' -ttii 1 1 1 1 1 1 i-i l .'('S" (".
ill! IlK Id .c i.l S. i.S .H empal
ed wiili ih" iiniiiini I' t r.". uliiilt
iv.i'i , ' i.' 'I'lii' t'.i il icsiiltt
I' r lii.- i : .1 i, ; iiiiii' h d ji 1 1 r
pa .1 i i 1 1 )' 1 1 i n.r W ha ' ' iu.i ll
wh'-l 1 1 1 1 ' I . 1 1 !l I he t"t al of
in v. . i i li v ii h "in "is i'h ud
li:-t Clll 111. illl'l' ! i'mIii-
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oVi- 1 1 li i ill" YtrpiM i l ulls "II
!l' .iliil.i'-i mi C lit i"; 1 1 Allira. tu
Joh an nihil ii i . lo It- iim-'I al the
mine- "I Hie Kai I It e -ted
I hit t a lot a I ,ivir.;'. i I 5'" 'i'".' "'
cm la- t tt i i in lilt- '-.t i, I nintue
l oan. Sm I Ii.hK - Mi !'ille, the
"iganier ol i Ip Ca ' Cairo l ull
ro'id, is i-i t.-. 1 1 i i I u itii this (.jiaiid
itlca of pu'.v i lr..niiii-""i"i.
l-.tiannn Man Vjuiikmi "1 l.,rio Mason
In II. n Ui.llnd Slau s.
I'i. C. W l.oe, ol Juniene, in
ii'ivi the y, iinvc-t .'i.'lil ihgrcu Ma
son in th'1 IHittd States, H was
hoi n vo- ii. !)! ! 1 , i !,;
lb- "as ii the ilegiee t the
S.-otti-h Kit- C:ithetlial last evening
toeihoi ii!i CynisA l lph and
iJr IiW" u as t U'i ted lo tliix lusi
tli-u f ..f M i tun v at the tegular
l,inn':il si.s'i'ii in tl.e lions of
th" Tempi.- it Washington, J. 0.,
last Oet,i!.(i of tho Mulher Su
pu me C"un il l tht S oi I I (,t th
A. I .V A. M The degree is a re
ward lot merit.
Ii. I, owe is a native of South
Curnliiia, and has heen a resident fit
Oliigmi Mlice I's'.fl. lie leeeiveil
thn symbolic degrees in Masonry in
Kentucky m iss, heinning with
the fust t.;;rieon Clnistieas day.
All "I the decrees "t the Scottish
l-iite Hi' to the "l-'d i te confi'ited
on him in I'm tl in I in I '.l"l H" it
" KniglitTeiupl.il', ,Mst.!e Slirintr
aild .( iiK'inliel ol liie ( i tier ol I hi)
l'..ist in Stut S:il in clay 's Telegram
"illavc (t fov IC88M
mild weather the
Wild wood Man Who Sold
Liquor to WaltToIley Hound
Over to Spring- Term ol
I't itl iv in"i ning Shenlf Fink at,
HiHifd W. A Senay, ol Wildwood
iiho has eompamtiiely leceutly
opened up a small 'lore there, on
a eliiui;!' ol selling liquor without a
I le was hi i ted tii n br ii' h war
rant is"iid by Julian llinris of I'lu
gene, ' eloio lnm be hud a pre
liminary trial, Atti'tney 1'ilyt u of
Kugene bi'in his attorney. The
inl"T mal ion tiled w.H that on Mon
day .fan '."Mb. he sold it fifty cent
lltk I whiskey t" U'al' l'"bev, the
n.iiifi , who aeeiihtitally idiot T ('
Keiin . hikI Ihut the sale was made
hi what ih ktumn as the Ked
lie ia bi und our to the spring
teimol court under five bundled
ilollaiM blinds, in default of which
heisnoiv confined in the ICugeuo
II is underi-tuod t li at a number of
other eounts are lodged, reaily for
th" s ri"- teim of court. In u re
cent ear ol freight received at this
point Ihere were number of citBes
of lnpioi nnd hot Ilea consigned to
Senay, no that it is evident ho could
.not very readily have drunk all the
Inpior h bought.
Catlaad of Timber toi Portland-Salem
Salurn, Feb. H.-r-The firHl cur of
rails for tho Salem-I'ortland electric
road was leceived in thia city yes
tenlay afternoon. A large hip
inent of rails is now on the road.
Everything is in readiness to bc
in truck laying from this end. The
road in graded and ties distributed
as far as the Indian School. Cen
erai Manager Welch eipects to have
car running on , that part of the
now road bv March i .
! Uunkor Hill Mine Is Keporlnd Afire
Spokaun, Wash., Jan. i-- Fire
yesterday at Flint etope, between
i the nixth and. seventh levels, drove
the miner h from work in the Hun
ker Hill and Sullivan miue. The
. origin-of the blaze is unknown, it
was probably due to filing a blast
; or a candle left in the timbers.
Smoke or gas overpowered the
' iiiiiit-i H. who were Bent home except
theme retained to force air into the
; slope lo drive out the smoke. A
few were overcome before the sur
j face was reached and were carried
r I til
to the hoHpital. Foreman iJaviaand
hi brother are at the hospital, Hcr-j
iously injured Severity five work
era are affected py the shutdown. !
Give $"10,000 lo Wllltvmetle.
l-ortlaud, I' ). i. Rev. and Mrs.
H. 1. Kimball, of Spokane are to
erect a $o,ooo building to be tu-ed
! for a college of theology at Willa
: melte Univeriitv at Salem. Th"
jgift was formally made last c veiling
at a meeting of the trustees of the
I university in the Commerci'il build
Kev. 1T. Kimball in paatur ot the
Wincent Methodist church of Spo
kane, and both he and his wife are
pohHt HMfd ot i onsiderable tneoriK.
Marlon Courtly Adda Another to Lon
List ol Folbl C&ndldBtflH.
Salcm, Fib IJ. Kx Cover u"i'
William I. Iord has decided to en
ter the raee for the republican nomi
nation for governor
Kx- '"verr.or Lord's formal decla
ration will be made within it few
dayH. With tw candidates for
governor, three for secictai ol
stata ami one lor Mate printer, Ma
rion county proiuiacs to cut a wide
swath in the republican primary
election next April. Telegram.
ANOTHER SMELTER. TO BE
BUILT ON SAN FRANCISCO
BAY SHORE. !
TIIK Guggtnheime, who con ;
trol the smelter trust which !
has absorbed all of the smel-1
ter cn the Pacific Coast, are about I
to erect on the Bhore of San F'ran-!
cisco Bay, in Contra Costa county, a I
customs smelter of larger capacity j
than any of the others under the !
control of the tiU6t on the Pacific I
Coast. The trust has in view the
treatment of the outputs of the big
copper mines wnicn are being
opeued in Alaska, Mexico, Call-1
fornia and Nevada. If reports are j
try, representatives of the trust
have been investigating toward pur-J
chasing some of those properties, i
Last year the trust made a combi
nation with the liockefeiler , inter ;
ests whereby a syndicate with a j
capital of $11,000,000 was formed
to control the smelter business of the
country, and purchased the Selby
smelter, the Tacoma smelter ut !
U 1 .1 .1 11 .1 I
ojiuttauo, me uuc ai lavcrcu, a.su.,
and the Marysville (B. C) smelter,
last April. The trust also picked
up practically all the other inde
pendent smelting and refining
plants in the country, thus abso
lutely controlling the situation. Ilj
bought two smelters building in I
Mexico and i bsorbed the $3,000,-'
000 smelter, under construction at ,
the time, near Salt Lake City.
Engineering Review. j
Miss Hutchinson - has joue to
Wendling to teach Kchool.
Bohemia Telephone Company
(irantcd Franchise in
The L'oiiiie.l held its regular
monthly meeting on Monday even
ing, at which a good deal ol busi
ness was transacted.
An ordinance granting fran
cliifce to the Bohemia Telephone Co.
to do bm-jiif in the city, to eon
(luet a centfid exchange, b-iild and
if ( t fiol" linen, string wires etc,,
was presented to the council and
paspctl its first and second reading,
and the rule ivcie suspended and
the ordinance was passed on its
third it ading.
( 'idinaiiie IjS, being an ordi
nance to iet'id the present Sunday
i liii.g oidiiiance was read a third
time. :ii)l was lost by a vote of 5 1
the vote b in;. Nay, Chamberlain,
V atch, b hrison Vandetiburg ftnd
Hogute, Yen. BarteK
1, Ordinance l-'-l licensing card
tables was laid over to the next
Street Cominisbioiier Benne'.t re
ported on the condition of the water
works system, as constructed by
contractor Ceo. i.ea and reported
that the work wns all done but the
laying of Kcme co ft of four inchpipe
to cross the nvf r fit the south eid
of towji which will cost about $loo
apd which cannot be lone until the
river is down n.-xt summer.
He reports that the entire hvetem
is; in good condition and as speci
fied in the contract.
The major urged the couucil to
issue instructions that, the whole
town be cleaned up immediately,
and that. aU unsanitary places le
given especial attention and that
the marshal be tiven orders to see j
that such work vn- done. While '
the present rate f s cluo-s is verj
low we want to keep t fo and not i
allow a gi-iit i' t f 1-1 !, in ss iu the :
spring which c. nil he obviated by i
proper nic. T'ii mars' al was or- i
dered to take ;hf .. oil. ; p at once, j
The council had "p the uia'ter of !
a bail ciiiiditiini tistir on Main;
street and a;e nitkinv; 1 liorts to j
have it abated, altlion. ii an tt'fort ;
was made to pi-. ve tht there was
nothing wrong u'oin!" on.
1 he olticei s of the i tiuiic.i were
authorized lo iSiiie a bond te :h j
county to identify them lor the p i -1
ment of an old warrant of $" 111 ;
favor of the city , w hich has ?lood
for some twovtars unaccounted for.
The council ordered a lire hy
drant installed t the t ml of the
pipe line on Fourth i-tictt.
CLEAN UP SALE
On December 26th we
will commence to sell our
entire stock ol goods at re
duced prices. We want to
clean up all odds ends to
have every thing new for
Nothing will be sold on
credit at reducedprices cash
over the counter and we will
do you good.
GARMAN, IIEMENWAY CO.
Leaders in Merchandising.
The marshal was instructed to
collect rents for r ich time: the
tank at II 1 ('hii-riin church was
The mayor n( tlr.t the coun
cil instruct the tecordei- to advertise
ffir bills to emm t the 1101 th efrek;
with the jii'cxorit wafer cVen. f
raise the darn three i'.-c higher with
concrete and to remove ' ii.: car I h
from the in-iil" of tie.1 I i. 1 1 . wed
as to make a sheetu.g 1 th
outsjd; (d thr il on. 'hi' h was done.
The matte.- pii'i;:ig a fence
around 1 1 1 wal r M-,'ht'i o.vi ed by
the city was tk(!i up but no feno
was ordered ( uiistr ik ted .
Contractor f.ei a-.ketl for some
money on his w3t 1 contract. The
recorder reported that the amount
due L a on his con' tac t wns
Jo05.-S.lo and lhat there would be a
balance after paii,g Mr. Lea-of
left iu 1 ho tica-ury from the
receipt of the -ale of bonds.
The couiic'.l 01 dered ! ' IUU0 p.titl
011 the contract.
The picp.iruiou - i ordinances
for tlie con itriiciiijii id two lateral
seweri on Fourth and Filth street
run uii.g south were d:.swiivscd ami
tho matter was referred tu the
The finame committee it-ported
that there wa-sn difference, existing
between the account'' of the (read
urer and reeoider of the p.ist term
of Jo.lio which Ihey desired fixed
up, and the lec uderuas instructed
to colk-i t the amount.
J'ho finance comtuitteo reported
on the following bills:
S. E. Wallace, reck for streets
Percy Rogers, hauling lock $10; G.
B Pitcher, night watchman $(o; W
S. Benin t , t-tiatt comjuissioner $4'i
Criffin V YeatcL, cormec ting water
pipes to new system $SI'.")7; W. A.
Ilogate, uatu hire, ebaning streets
SOJO, C Sugert h'l.iling mud $11.
20; Western Oregon, water re :eipt3
$3.5o, H. Ii. UodeiwooJ, marshal,
$(io.S0,J. Ji. Young salary, $3.33;
Thos. Allen, labor eieaiiiug streets,
$1 GO; Cottage Grove Jilcctric Co.
lights (or month $-.))0.;)l6; '. i.
Miller, labor cleaning ctreets $l.-o;
C. T. Ilo- kert, M. 1 Professional
services $5; F. .1 Sears, labor clean
ing streets o; lilmer Willard labor
on street-c Inc. C. J. Miiit .rr-ial tres
ses $lo; I'lmer Doolifile, goods de
stroyed in fumiL'nti'.n, S';o. In the
last three items the eeuneil cut
down the bills fiorn, $1., $l;!.2S and
$14- to the- amounts stated.
Mr. Philip Hold a-kcci fur a rate
on a writer mot u but nothiug was
settled about it.
The couucil adjourned until the
Neada seems b be conslantlv
opi uing up new fields that rival in
richness some of the larger and
older field-i. The late t is Clifford
40 miles eavt .,f rerioj.alr, ;1ud bidl
lair to rival .Manhattan in richness-''
argalns In Cloiklnfg