Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 1, 1906)
. .r k t m
- - V
Devoted to the Mining, Lumbering and Farming Interests of this C tnity.
COTTAGE GROVE, LANE COUNTY OREGON, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST i, 1906.
And (icncral Alining New
(fathered from lixchanjjcs.
M. L .!m l.K itcs Wedge Trac
tion ininii g ',.iim. liuhemia district.
Tlic Or y.ou
tho wheels of
Securities Co. had
its bv frcichtinc
wago-i down ut J'e IWkcr's black
h mil) shop hist week writing pair
of new tins Tin- tic arc i
iiu h'H wide :iinl ."1 s tltic k and
Weigh 2';o pounds
Tiii- L.vell f')iT -ipoii 1 Mit of the
(til ir I ht it M that t'l'.ic in soinn ox
citeinedt around ilic N rt . Fork
mill' s I'rospi-rto'is nif rushing in
that direction Hii l iri'ii" one will
,'iflv tind a pnin; "'lgo soon, ns
th'ie ii pi if r dot found in a
nuiii'i'-r "f pi iTS
(). I'. .Vl mii was "S years old
Mj:i Ity, i!itc.il of th" vtli of An
gut, is wii h'lit d in error lnt
W' t-k. I.Ir is retting nil ready t
it .1 1 1 for t'i minei iind think- he
will In' nhl to do fin good n da3H
work 'is ; 1 r : y man. He has llm
same f.iiMi 111 the H"li'mi.i 1 im( ri-t
tint fveiyoiif h is that mined there.
'11 j 1 i I v Ongoti Statesman of
Sulem Inst Suri lay had for its hoc
otid section a two pg write up of
Hdicniia, and t ho Oregon Securi
ties Co. and the ( ioMeO Itule Con
solidated Mining and Milling ('o's
properties, with ijuite a rnunoor of I
ilhistr iti"iis. I lie writer of I ho
article made a trip through the
camp re iitly and wan much sur-p-is"d
to I'md out that the camp
poHses-cd such him ores.
ducor of precious metals of
Al Churchill is in town for a few
days, but will soon be getting buck
to the hills.
The miners whe wero down at
the (Jrovo to testify in tho lawsuit of
the Iowa Mining Co. vh Alex
Luridberg art: all back in camp and
aro hard at work.
The School Ordered the Following-
Hooks for the Hene
fit of the Scholars
What la 8itmp Mill
We havo an inquiry lrom one ol
our subscribers, asking what the
work of a Htamp mill is, and also of
a smelter. We will give here a
short description and later a much
Tho purpose of a stamp mill in to
extract from rock such metals as
exint in it in n lreo mate, for in
stance, nomc gold ore id what is
The li'-t ( I books given herewith
were m If-t'-l ovfc Kx-Dire'tor
V'eatch wh 1 had 1" ff) gi'inif con
siderable Ht '1
sovcral IllOllt hs
expired, 'f Ik: b.
in;? tho livt r,; .,:
now ordered ti.f
called free cold, it in not combined enacted
with other metals in the rock, and
chii be txtrncled bv pulverizing the
rock very finely. When the rock
cornea from the mint, it is in lnrk'e
chunks nnd in then crushed in the
stamp mill through crusher and
rolls until it passes through the a good m
stamps, wliicli are great iron stamps l fact that lb
: tin; matter for
ai (1 had tho list
1 when his term
i'ird after exam
"ved it, and have
I'ooKs. w liifh were
'i t'.io iaw recently
th eHtabliKhinoat of
. The allotment to
17.7 but the
more bookn, jl
Hrho'd lilr :ti' '
board nnv cu-
desired n f t--r suljuiittMi the matter
to the vote (,f the district. That
tho liht irepared bv Mr. Ventch is
may I e neon by the
:.vy-v.v si .bonis cripied
which nre lifted and dropped on tlie lit f.,r their l e, an I will add
tho oro crushing it almowt to a
powder, which is wiudiod away
lrom the Htamps by water, and over J
tables which havo a coatincof incr- i
cury which cutches the gold hh it
fallH through tho water, being the
l.onvieht of the nutals. From the etc
to it, as tlir-ir iii'iii riation allows.
Cycl'ip' i'.ia o cornmon things.
Cyclop? di t i f ;" i )iis, places, etc
Short st.ori' s for short people,
(loops, :t ii 1 1 how to be them.
New tnhy world, stories, rhymes,
F. J. I lard ma in a flying trip to
Portland last week, after a whort
stay'iu the (Jrovo ordering a big
load of supplies for the four-horse
le.un to take to the milieu. Mr.
Hard is very enthusiastic over tho
prospects of the Vesuvius ami the
other mines and hopes to have
Homelhing do'.ng mighty quick. Mr.
Hard dem rves success for he has
been at it for years faithfully amidst
tho hardest and most trying diffi
culties nnd his faith and persover
veranco in tho I'.ohcinia mines, have
done much to bring their present
stngc of development and will bo
remembered when the camp be
comes known everywhere as a pro-
tahles tin heavier pieces of ore con
taining metal pass over another
table called a concentrator which
catches all that Is valuable callud
concentrates, the waste washing
away. Later, the concentrates arc
gathered and shipped to a smolter
W'heu the mill has run as long
as is dordred the mercury is cleaned
from the tables aud is put in a re
tort, and melted, when the mer
cury passes off into a vessel and
loaves the gold in a fairly pure
state in the retort, ready to bo sent
to a mint or refiner. i
A smelter is for the purpose of 1
extracting values from ores which 1
can only bo obtained by melting !
them in a furnace in combination
with other materials, called fluxes.
Smelters require a. great deal of
machinery and cost many times the
amouut a stamp mill of like ton
uage would cost, but handle very
Tho great memorial arch at the
Stanford University will be torn
down and if ever rebuilt will he as ! Story of Primitive man
Under the . in low.
The folk-lorn reader a primer.
The fwll.-lore hook (I)
The overall boys, a first reader.
The Mirihotiuet babies primer.
Jut so S'.Ol it H.
Topsys and Turvys.
Six nurwery classics.
Through the farmyard gate.
Vcrso and prose for beginuers.
In Mythlan 1 V. I.
Tangh'wood triKs for girls and
Stories (Rcvi'-vl li'eraturo)
Adventures in wonderland
German household tales.
I'.hie fairy tales.
Fables and folk Mories.
Mother Xaturo told her children.
Astronomy lor evervbody.
Elementary book on electricity
Reader in l'cysieal deography.
(ieography for primer grades.
Half hour with the lower animals
Introduction to Physical Cleography
Training of wild animals.
J, lit It brother to tho bear,
Secrets of the woods.
Ways of wood folk.
J'eautiful Joe (autobiography)
Krag and Sohnny liear.
Pothook of inventions.
Careers of danger and daring.
Last of the Mohicans
Tale of Two cities
Tales from Shakespere
Hog ol Flanders.
Through the year 2, v
Poems that every child should
Songs of Hiawatha
Fables and nursery tales v, 2
Seven little sieters.
Around tho world, a geographi
Boys books of explorations
Carpenter, North America
Carpenter, South Ameiica
Strange lands near home.
Lives of girls who became fam
ous. Four great Americans.
Lives of poor boys who became
Four American patriots
Four American inventors
The making of an American.
Up from Slavery
Fifty famous stories retold.
Stqries of great Americans
Ilerotales.from American history
Pioneers of tbe rocky mountains
a ml west.
The school Board is having a big
6re pipe, with nozzels and hoso put
in the Fast Side building for fire
! i ,
W. Cnrrin, a Southern
'.ihi j rear. her of Henley vilJe,
is visiting with his brother
oily. J. I'. C'irriri.
T!i'. Oregon Mineral Springs is
.opening up on othce and agency in
home lrt.t. r.,i,n,i r,. 'the Grovo in the store room for-
I I VIII.-) il 111 LUI V.T L '.'.I IOI ;
Our Utisv Readers.
met I V Orr
d by the Kills cigar
much lower and more in harmony
with tho general surroundMg build,
Field, Forest and (iarden Botany.
Short st orios ol our shy neighbore
R. F. Hammatt of Roseburg was
in town Monday.
Mrs. Emma Uorris Thompson of
Lugene made a visit here last week.
Mrs. I3uford and Miss Tapling
of Saginaw spent Sunday and Mon
day in the Grove.
L. Jones of Eugene and N. P.
Jones of GJendale were visitors in
the Grove on Monday.
Mertou Earle, who has been
working in Dr. Hockett's drug
store at Yoncalla is back in the j
Grove and is at the Modern Phar-J
macy again. I
. Moj-f -, jth A. I"!ada''cr in charge.
' ho will nl-o run a confectionery
There aro persons of school j ( :'-H" f,':in'!-
age in Douglas c'-unty. '
.,, r , . . . I In 1 -::)o the I-jwa. Mining C ). lo-
loon, although tho county h "dry" j
i. . . : . : ..
noi nine is in ;rosi ei i. .1
ft 1 r O Tlif tllMfl IC 1 tl
I'ilVi f ii 'L liiil- IT H
six claims in the Bohemia
:l and on which assesstnent
or!; v.'.. aone tnrough a tunnel
reopie are having . nr.';! U0 year i Jo.J and in igUi the
trouble with their water supply and! claim was located by Alex Lund-
and other?, claiming the as-
a municipal owuer-
dr,::c. The Iowa
be shipped from tho Continental , ''c !ct a ,y)ntraf tunnel work
mine at Myrtle Creek soon to tho ! l ':;v:trrf Z, 7l f ; be
smelter at Tacoma. i !or(! I'Vn'1L'.r- atoPfed them
joy nnunction. 1 hen the Towa
Tho Brown mill is shut down,! Mining Co. commenced suit to
waiting for log. The mill has had t.je.:t Lundberg et al.
a hard time retting enough logs to In the testimony before Judge
supply the demand recently. Harris Dave Gover was tho princi-
II . O. Thompson, lately of tho 1 1''1 'vitl:t- f'r the complaintaots,
Grove but now in tho real estate I an' 1:c -worc: that there were four
business in Portland, was a visitor i tunnels '! llie property; he de-
f-'critje'i inr' mam tunnel, a second
turjr.tl eeo'i to a small bur.?h of
: i, i f.-i i.i
jUiijoi'i, ,1 i:;i:a . yj iee Ufl'JW I'lC
reseavation sf tho right of lodes
apexing outside their bounds and
in the Grove Saturday oe' business.
All patents, agricultural as well
mineral, are supposed to contain
dipping under t-uch patented land.
Tho Alca mill was ehut down for
a time the first of the week by a
breakdown. Logs are rather short
and the third donkey for th" camp,
which should have been on hand
July 7th, is still on the rosd Fe-rre
Count) Assessor Keetev has i
made a record of all taxuhle prop
erty so that he will not havo to
make a new a$se$.s:n,t.t to cover (!.e
household property formerly
exempt. The new taxation will
add a good deal to Lane county's
James McLaroe, an Illinois farmer
n.pex of the vein, driven by him
several veavsago. Miller and Tohn
Critlow, -,vlio dro i the 1 7 T. feet
in the t June! also testified for the
company and Lynx Taylor tes
tified to having beer; on the prop
erty and having seen certain tun
r.els, but being crossed examined
couhl not state that he knew they
were on the Iowa ground.
Alex Lundberg, Al Ziniker, O.
II. Taplin, r-efed?nf.s, with Jim
Man-er, Dave Ivy, John Graber, E.
F. Ldiy nnd Jack Morgan, wit
nesses, testified that there were
only two tunuels on the entire
property, ore being the main tun
nel, the first lo feet of which were
driven prior to 103 and the re
maining 1 7 ; feet of the present
tunnel it net h were driven in i0o4
who came to Sacramei-.tu, California I by contract by the Iowa Co. after
to locate, ciul not find that section
what he liked, so is g ing fo look
over Oregon, nnd en Tuesday
passed through Cotta-:" Grovo on
his motor bicycle, euro. '" to Mc
Minnville. He has be:i three
weeks enroute from Sacramento
and has had many mit-imps, and
came ou the train from Drain to
Cottage Grove where !:e made
some repairs and started 0:1 again.
He has heard much of the Will
amette valley and thinks it maybe
the place he is looking for, but he
thinks Illinois is us good a? oy uf
the land he luas seen so far.
the defendants had located the
claim, and before the defendants
were aide to have an injunction
servt-d upon them, and the second
tunned, 150 feet below the apex of
the vein, being driven in February
of the present year by the defend
ants. After listening carefully to the
testimony which was very conflict
ing Judjre Harris statsd that he
would go to tho property and see
for himself how mauy tunnels there
were on the property, f-ometime in
September and then render a decision.
AUGUST 1st to 7th AT WELCH &
LADIES' WAISTS Ladies' Shirts just the OXFORD SALE
$2 25 ones $1.85 thing for hop-picking, out-
2.00 " 1.75 ing and every day wear, LadIcs' lxltcnt :i stmpwcivs5i.7.-,iowi.i;
1,50 " 1.15 regular price $1.50 now Lailics' tan --': si. io
150 44 1.25 $1.00. The good is worth M;sscs 1 11 , lucilcl XVCIV $1 7r' 110 v 10
ryg ( Qq the price. Misses strap patent were .t.r.O now S1.(H
Mens' Shirts worth $1.00 Boys linen pants 35 and J?diei-. tan hoSG. regular
and $125 now 40c. Boys wash suits 50, 5 cent onJfs
50C 75 and $1.00. 9C
We will give a pair of Boys overals, blue 25c
Water Wings. 10c off for Boys waists 20c Come in the store and you
this ad. Bring it in. Boys bare-foot sandals 50c will save some money.
I w V V 'ft " ' . V (