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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1906)
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Devoted to the Mining, Djnubciirig and Farn.ii g Ditcicsts of this Community,
COTTAGE GROVE, LANE COUNTY OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY xi, 1906.
And (icncnil Mining New
(lathered from lixclianxes.
('has. Dektrl, has M'tnincd in. hi
Ihh Poithuid home at tlif Oiiimln
Hotel, and will spend the M.imniri
ut the mines.
Chmlcs K'lliU has Ik en gathct mg
up Muplics in the Onuc mid will
proceed to Bohemia t' work his
W. A. llognto iH in ! 1, ihi cii i and
will pull the incs on the f in
viue toiun. .Mr. Ungate has liis
fnmilv with him at 1 1 1 -
Mr. and Mis.
In I hi' mine t lie
last f the
At A III'
di 1 i i I'm
A GREAT DAY
AT THE GROVE
National Independence Day a
(iala One in the History of
Cottage drove made a- looid f-r
i t 1 tt j 1
i-m .s. . iirii i. h i. :.riiv.(l f mm i"ion iy Her c eieunitiou oi me
Portland uii '1 u'-s. I.i v altcri.oon, and ' '''ourth. Thousands ol people,
utif Ii it. lv w.M.t .11. t.. lintwuHia I 'rom tho territory within twenty.
W a i
I "I II
a 1 a
f III" olfn'i'M nnd
( )i egnn S''i'iii itieH
rtland Monday ti
i-pit H-nting the
1 . k.inni' .'1 Hi', mill for
nth ..a exlobit, and
Hi;; night to those inter- i
(ii!-; 1 (.'(
'J 1 i - if
;i i V
11-st And- r
I) i'i'' h-r,
S'i . in g . fj'i
I . 1- Finney,
r 1 -1 " nidi-
u:id (',! iv. 1st
Hael Gray, 1st.
i'i'i', Crow Hrou.,
I -din Coot-r, 1st;
A. V., Woodatd,
!'" 1. , Do- Ditcher, 1st;
, Y.i umlield, Kcese
; l. I,. Lambert, 2d;
l'. llelig-li ol New Yolk,
iui,ir ot tli. 1 O A S F K K
!v interested in the Ore-
Cottage ( irove Hand lird; Dawson
and Johnson .th; Tom 1'orker .'th;
I'l ii.k Smith, nth.
Mi". J . T. Allison came
the lot 'il Mondav night.
with A P. U 01..I and I A. Made.
live mi his of the Grove sp nt the
'lay here and joined in th- -'nod
I).' Jl-il,.. 1 1 1
1 1 1 veil , ( 'oil n . A i
I ( ', ; 1 v i- Oct iy
I'H jo. II . s
1 ) r S . ,1 ' 1 , 1
opened with n para.h
Smith, of N'.iw !tim0- The W'WHm
arrivi! m Cot
and will -ontiniie
to tii- unties in I'ohemin.
ttii-i- t-d in l he Ore
Win. Weehhr, pi"H.'c..t (,l the
(iohlen Utile Mining ',i raiiir in
yesterday from Sah in and -ami' on
to tho yoiiipaiiy 's iniiK'x in llo
icmi. The Monday inoinnur train to
IloliMtnia curt in. I a lij 'rw.l o
men hound for the .i rius nun-'.
The hoys hvi het'ti i-njo nii; t he
Fourth and nit now ;(,ni. I' i' k for
several months st-ndy "tk.
A I'orlhind iimn has in vi'iilc.l u
machine to IochIc lnui'-nd ledges.
He has experimental with it in va
rious places throughout the ntatc'
with milked micers", tmd it
proinincH to aid grentlv in the work
of locating valuable ledges.
Damewo'id Itrotlwrs hud a now;
box mud e lor the stae thatiunH;
froru the J ted Ihidgi to Itohemiu on'
Saturday. The new box given
plenty of r..oni lor three Heatt and ,
a Hmall amount of bnjrage and i !
strong and firm. I'.hy A Mmkleyi
did the work on a rush order, so
that Joe could drive out Saturday 1
night, end be ready with the wuon :
for the regular run Monday.
Tho I tog ue Itivor Courier nays
that there is a ntrong probability 01
a railroad being coriKtrueted from '
Grants Pass to connect with the
mining district, built cHpecinlly to
afford, railroad eonnection to tlie
smelter plant, which is now practic-j
ally esaured for tho I'.luo I.odgei
Copper Co. Tho owners of the'
Ulna I.edpe and tho Opp mine are
Mew York people and they ae ko
much pleased with their nucccmh so
far, that they intend to put enough
money into it to make 11 big euter-priHe.
ii. S' 0 1 1 1 1 1
vn! ' !-.;''
. and has made
t Ii- -amp in the hist
ot 111- .lav
led Iv the
oaini, ami Illoweil Hist 1 y 11 car
riage in which v.oie seated th- oia
tor of the day lion. K n!(.r I. 11.
I'.inghaiii, Rov. J.;. (im-e, Mayor
J'. K. Job, then by a lloat in
which the (JoddenH of Liberty, rep
resented by Miss Jvinma Job, a
daughter of Mayor Job, rode in
Htate, in advance of the iloat
v. ( re
t III IH '
nd Mrs. Iv C- Cofiinan
i.day in Walker.
il l Mrs. Harlow of Star
r1- i!i town in Saturday,
"od and J. A. Hade r-
Portland on the af'.er-
1 in tec. ive.l the. linal
in I lie .) 11 v i 11s miii-
In- been more than ; ria ;i 11 nccl by little girU in white, n 1
p. 1 . hi j i.i j " 1 1
I";.' .'l.ii'u'- I
two -.irs siiice he inociired the
l ive.-v ., .,,. t iu i,inrr leveu Oklahoma
mu. ess McfNio' r.bsoluie title from I t,,ouRh Arizona will
I'n. I.' S un. but the wheelw koop
giinding and nil tl.i'igs cnue to him
who aits patiently.
Ken Tty;:-tad is now located in
1'oitlaud i the wood and eoul bus
iness, but writes that he uiinseB his
,.,.,, 1,,. Mr- . .i,.r.i. 1 rnusic i..v me nam;. .ur
hjvh hr will be buck in the fdll ir-j spetikine th(' i''"!'10 Iu"cliel at
is much pleased with his bubinese
theie, a d is looking t irward t)
the day when the camp will c a
liire. camp among the largo onen of
Dr. J. M. (Joitra of Michigan re
turned with F. J. Hard from their
trip to Uohemia Saturday evening.
Tin Dr. mated that in all ways it
was the most phanaut trip to mines
that he had ever taken. He waa
delighted ilh the showing at the
mines he visited and Btated that io
his opinion he had the process for
the redii' tioii nf rohemia ores, ex.
pi 1 i men t s will be made and with,
out duubt some action will noon b0
taken that will furnish relief for the
many pioniising milieu that have
ore in sight and only wait an op
poitunity wheichy the values eun
be cl.iiimd and used in further
building of their niineH.
resenting trie stnieH oi tn- 1 nion,
bciiiLT pro.-ient, al-
have to wait
uniii nnoi'ier ceii.Draiion. Hie
Royal Temperance Legion closed
The p.rade mad.- its wav to the
I.nndesH grove, f'dh'wed by a large
company, who lii-tened tf an able
address by Senator F'inglrim, and
1 music by the lui'id. After the
grove until tiam f . r the r.-jecs on
Main stri 1 t , v. iiich attract' 1 1 nai. li
interest, and many ci'nteMmt.s.
The great evunt of the day was the
Plug I'gly parade and in which the
boys did themselves up in great
style and created iim.wr.n.ii br
one uud all.
In tho parade were many able
take-offs on the eveuts of the day
and recent happenings, which
greatly amused evervon. In the
iirl I' rank Damcwood will go
-I 11 rg riinl rovo up on their
'ends this week .
. Ida JJirrett returned on
y night's lxal from a short
ss trip to Portland.
Many !;!.tl- trinkets were lost in
the crowds on the Fourth, most of
them being fastened insecurely and
. dropped in the rush.
Dr. Ke-d is attending to tho needs
ot the jitinits of Dr. C. T. Hockett
' while th; doctor is taking a short
vacation at Yonealla.
The biisiiiess houses nearly all
decoiated up for the Fourth in
style. Tcey all state that they did
a good business, many of them
miking recoid -ales, one paiticu
J n r 1 v having sales of over a thous
and .bdlais on the Third and
Fourth. Merchants cannot have
much objection to the trade in Cot
tage t,rovf, si hen it is jetter than
ever has been known before.
North Creek Water Line Will
be Connected to Main
System Within Two
evening the baud gave a conceit fol-! proper channel to th (Julfof Cali-
lowed by a danco at the Opera N.unia, us the Sslton sea hue risen to
House, with music by the Cottage a poiijt where it seriously menances
Contractor Hart reported to the
city council Monday night that the
wooden pipe for the extention of
the water system to include North
Creek was at the depot and that
within two weeks he would have his
work completed, and asked for a
payment of o(," to cover the
cost of the pipe, also for $D..5G for
extra finings for the main line, or
dered by the council through him.
His request was granted and Mr.
Hart stated that he would have his
work finished so that no one would
have any complaint" to make about
The water commit'. e tecom
rneinKd that the bids for city
plumbing for the coming year be
awarded to the Griffin ii Veatch
Co., also that the company's bill for
last month's work compiled with
the quotations submitted, and
should be paid. The committee re
ported that the bills for fire hose
had been examined, that the hose
was all received in good condition,
and that the bill was approved for
$1 102.80, lees freight charges al
ready paid by the council on tho
(Ito. Atkinson, the real estate
man was elected to fill the vacancy
caused by the resignation of Coun
cilman W. A. Hogae, ot the 1st
.1 tie recorder was instructed to
' advertise for bids for the eradine
The S. P. Co. is prcpuring for a and surfacing of West Wall street,
gigantic attempt to turn the waters j Perkirs Ave., Second street, etc. on
of tho Colorado 1 iver back into its ' which streets remonstrances had
not been received sufficient to inter
fere with the wore.
The recorder was
its pond full during the summer
and wishes to use the water from
midnight on for severol hours. The
matter is under advisement by the
Until the present time the main
creek was furnishing all the water
that the city was using, but now
I'Xst creek has been turned on
again, and within two weeks North
creek will be added, and it it
thought will furnish enough water
for any demands upon the system
during the summer.
The celebration was noisy and
lively, but was noticeable bom the
lack of any rowdiim and drunken
ness. The winneri of the various prizes
were as follows:
100 yard race, Dallay, 1st.
i ) yard race tor contestants un
j dcr 2 1 years, H. C. Crow 1st; K.
to! 7." yard race for runners under iT
H. P. Dyer, 1st; K. K. Crow,
miles of track, but serve final notices on property hoi
not uulv f.iity
make the road
order to avoi 1
road is now being constructed so
that stone and rock can be dumped
to make dam right from the cars
into the br-uksin the levee.
go war around in
the sea. AH pre
havo failed, but a
Tom Awbrey has returned
Cottage Grove and is again writing ; years,
m-upin-e polices in the Oregon ' -d.
Fiie Relief As!!., of McMinnville, . 50 yard race, runners under II,
and the AKtr.a Fiie. Insurance Co. : Uud Lincoln, 1st; Kmest Anderson,
of 1 lai 1 ford, Conn ' '2nd.
Mitchell Will be Acquitted
The Prosecuting Attorney in the
Mitcht ll-Creefi-ld care in Seattle
has admitted that the jury will ac
quit Mitchell, that the evidence is
too strong to admit of any other
verdict, so that he will go free.
ders along pourth stn- tand Wall
street for their street improvement
assessments, nud to make out the
assessment blanks aguinst the Fifth
street property holders ;ool to get
these assessments collected up at
On inquiry if was found that the
city is receiving about $2G per
month from the S. P. Co. lor fur
nishing water to the big tank, at
the rate of 10 cents per 1000 gal-1
Food Law Hangs in Bklinci
Salem, Oregon., July 6. Upon
the legal interpretation of the words
"adulterants" and "adulteration"
hangs the fate of Oregons's pure
food law when it comes up for de
cision before Judge George II. Bur
nett, of the Circuit court, for tbis
county in the case of State vs. Geo.
Fendorick, who is charged with
soiling the state lard that has been
adulterated with tallow.
Fendorick, who is a meatdealer
in this city, is under contract to
furnish the State Insane Asylum
with a quantity of lard and it is
charged by the State Dairy and
Food Commissioner that lhe lard
furnished contains a certain percen
tage of tallow. The case will come
up on investigation by the county
grand jury, which convened at 1
o'clock this afternoon.
The point at issue is whether an
adulterant in foods meats the sub
stitution of a substance which is in
jurious to the human system for a
pure article and it the court holds
that tallow is not an adulterant it
will throw the whole act open to
technical violation in all lines of
trade in foodstuffs.--Telegram.
Grand Picnic Sunday tho 15th-
The Foresters of America Band
will gi?e a grand excursion to the
end of the O. & S. E. R. R. on
Sunday the 15th. The picnic
grounds are located about, half a
mile above Geo. Kerr's residence in
a beautiful grove right by the clear
mountain scream, iea oy numerous
springs and rivulets. The boys
will Bend a company of Foresters
fully equipped with tools, good
things to eat, tents, etc., so that
everything will be arranged for
comfort. There will be a grand
stand, with booths for ice cream,
and all kinds of good things to eat.
The railroad fare will be one and
a third round trip, train leaving
Cottage Grove at 7:30 a m. and
reaching home in the cool of the
Evervbo.lv ! inviti f.-. ;-.; ;
1 T . , .1 ,,' 1 ' J " w .u tviu iu
u,uu,u .UUUJU gauons . ana nave a cool day in the hills,
were furnished. s ,
The Brown Dumber Co. has ap j Miss Ethel Cottle spent Sunday
plied to the city for water to kc- p. j and Monday visiting at New Era. "
We Are Going To
Determined not to carry over a single SUITWatch our ad
And if you value your CASH we will SAVE it for you.
Prices will be on $10.00 Suits $8.75, $12.00 Suits $10.00, $13.00 Suits $11.00, $15.00 Suits
$13.00- Just mention this ad and you will get the Reduction
n I f j m M$