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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1899)
R. A. SANDERS,
in tho Circuit Court j.f tho Hljfio i.f "roro
Ijuio County. J. K. Vo'i'iK. u ".V:,;
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Two Drummers Got Left on Their
Little G-WU- J .is. for a Joke:
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"It's a sail story," said the
drummer to a Detroit Erce Press
reporter, as he counted up his
available cash. ".My idea was to
say nothing about it, but I under
stand that the oilier fellow is going
around telling the story as a joke
on me, and I might as well give
my side of the story, for the truth
is bad enough without having it
"One night last week I found
myself obliged to put up for the
night at a little country hotel
some miles west of here. It was a
chilly evening and several loungers
were loafing in the bar room match
ing pennies to kill time. They
were as much interested over it as
though millions were at stake, and
it gave me a tired feeling to watch
"There was another drummer, a
friend of mine, who was doomed to
pass the night at the place, and
suddenly I was seized with a bright
idea. I had collected a bill for my
house for $50 and had chanced to
be paid in $5 gold pieces. I got
my friend aside and said:
" 'See here, let's wake this
morning up and show them where
they are at. I have 10 $5 gold
pieces. I will give you half of
them and we will start a fake
gambling game and astonish the
"My friend agreed to the plan
and we started matching $5 gold
pieces on the bar, while the
loungers gathered about and
breathlessly watched the game
with their eyes fairly hanging ou
of their heads.
"We had been at it only a few
minutes when the village marshal
came up and arrested us both for
gambling. I tried to explain that
it was only a joke, but he wouldn't
lister., and showed, his determina
tion to take us to jail for the night.
We prevailed upon him to send for
thejustice of the peace, who saved
us trom the lock up by holding -us
on our own recognizance to appear
before him next morning, at
which time he gently fined us $25
apiece and confiscated the evidence
to pay the fine.
"If I ever try to be funny again
hope someone will kick me!".
"I wish to express my thanks to the
manutactuters of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, for
having put on the market sueh n won
derful medicine," says XV. XV. Massin
gill; of Beaumont, Texas. There are
many thousands of mothers whose
children have been saved from attacks
of dysentery and cholera infantum who
nnist also feel thankful. It is for sale
by Benson Diiug Co., Cottage Grove.
Lyons and Ai'I'i-eoaois, Drain Druggists.
A FRIEND OF WOMEN.
A Canadian editor, being asked
if he had ever seen a bald-headed
woman, replied: "No, we never
did. Nor have we ever seen a
woman waltzing around town in
her shirt sleeves, with a cigar be
tween her teeth. We have never
seen a woman go afishing with a
bottle in her hip pocket, sit on the
damp ground all day and then go
home drunk at night. Nor have
we ever seen a woman yank off her
coat and swear she could lick any
man in town. God bless her!
She ain't built that way."
ALV WALKER - ' -
Main Street, Cottage Croee, Ore.
You have good goods to buy : we sell
thi'in. You ' want honest goods; we
liuve them. Ooods thtU are up-to-date;
we sell tliein. You want the value of
your motiey ; we give it. You want to
trade with people who save you money ;
that's us. U'e do the laruest C-A-S-ll
t rude in Lane comity . Why? IJecuuso
we have one price to all. All goods
marked in plain figures.
Ladies' plush and cloth capes, $'J.''o,
$3.50, $5.00, $7. 78, $10.00, $12.50.
Ladies' beaver, covet t cloth and Ker
sey .luckets, $2.00, $;i.(S, 5.78, $9.87,
Ladies' Collarette, in many styles,
$4.50, $4.0S, $5.00, $7 .81), $9.70. $12.50.
Ladies' Wrappers, 05c, 7ie, S9c, $S,00,
$1.25, $l.:55, fl.lR $1.00.
Ctlttl.r In'ttiiraihiluKili-r nlio.. ?MI(.
Ladies Over ikirts, $1.50, $2.00, i2.75,
$3.59, $4 .00, $5.00. $15.88. $7.50.
Ladies' Under Skirts, $1.00, $1.50,
Ladies's Kid GIovps, in black, tan and
brown, 7oc, 90c, $1.00, $1.25.
Ladies' Muslin' Underwear, skirts,
drawers, chemise, gowns, corset covers,
at the right juices.
Ladies' Union Suits, 40c, 60o, $1.00,
$1.40. $1.(15, $1.7S.
Childrens' Union Suits. 'Joe and G'Jc.
Gent's Overcoats, $5 00, $0.50, 7.09,
$S.50, $9,00, $12.50, $13.05.
Gent's Suits, $5.00, $0.50, 7.75, 8.03,
$9.00, $11.00, $12.50 $10.00.
Bov's Suits Sl'.OO, ?L'.oO, ftf.S'J, fo.uu,
$0.08. $7.50, $9.00.
Men s v ver-Atls, 4oc, 00c, boe, sue
Boy's Over-Alls 25c, 30c, 40c, 50c.
Unbleached Muslin, 0c, fle, 7c, Sc.
Best Outing flannel, 5o, Oc, 7c, 8c, 9c,
10c, 11c, 13c.
The Kenblic Sewing Machines war
ranted 5 years, latent fixtures, $20.00.
The Matchless Urop Head sewing -Ma
chine, warranted 5 years, $25.00.
The Eldredge "li" Jiall Hearing, Urop
Head, Sewing Machine, warranted 5
Boots, Shoes and Boston Rubbers, at
prices that will sell them.
Blankets 50c, 55c, (5oc, 75c, $1.00,
$1.25, $1.50,$3 00,$4.50,$C.OO, $7.00.
Trunks, $3.50, $3.09, $4.00, $4:50, $5.00
You may have seen bettev days but
not betterprices. Yours for trade.
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A relief map of Yellowstone Park.
Printed on llrni paper, and suitable for
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Tells about both the U. S. and Spanish
armies and navies at beginning of Spanish-American
war. Map of Culm and
adjacent islands. A vest pocket historv
well wortli preserving lor reference.
Send ton cents.
In sonding for these write tho address
carefully, and state where advertisement
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ST. I'AUl, BUNN.
KISSING BUG'LL GET YOU.
Oh, Dewey, pray bo careful
As you travel all about;
Tho Kissing-Bug'll got you
If you don't watch out I
Griflln (Ga.j News and Sun.
Don't forgot tho G. A. R. dance Fri
day evening Oct., 20.
StiBBtXW SSSvnmoii GROVH. OREGON .
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M.7.o.ir Kti.1 ans" or, for want tlieroot. m .
lit niu.ty to miM Court for the r lei o (
mum o.l in his oiiuhii ,,, rnforeo
.icMiuidcrt Itlm- the our t . ; ; lit
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renl t.r.ipi: ty to wlt : Lot 'J. V , i
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XOTICE FOR PUBLICATION'
United States Laml Ofllce,
n,i... October I. 1SHU.
Notice is hereby Kiyen that m com-
nliittice with the provisions of Hie act ol
Conress ot June 3, 1S7S, entitled -An
act for the sale of timber lands it. the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada,
ami wthinl:!.... Territory," Dell J.
Katubrook of Wal.l..rn . County -f I ny-
III. tl Wlinw - -
Hied in thisotliee his sworn statcuieiU
No. 722, for the purchase of the S h j
S E u N H S K S K N KH.
tielil, MtUO OI i isciiiini". " "
lots 7, 10, 9. 10 of Section .m . -o, u
Township No 21 S Range No. 1 .. and
will oiler prool to show that the laud
soti.'ht is moro valuable for its timber
or stone than for agricultural piirpn.-es.
and to establish bis claim to said land
before the KcgiMeraiui Receiver of this
ofllce at Roebur, Oregon, on lhtirfday
the. 14 day of December. 1S99.
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llollenbeck of Eugene. Oregon, Austin
Root of Springlleld, Orison, Lowu Hierl
of Albany, Oregon. J.tJ. Olsen of hu-1
gene. Oreguu. ... , j
Anv and all persons claiming ad-1
verselv tho above-described lands are
requested to Hie their claims in this
. -i ..-:.l l l.t.... f Mi..
Olliceonor ocioru sm " ".;
J . T. Bkidoks,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Laxu Office at Ro.eburg, Oregon,
September til), 1899,
Notice is hereby given that the
following-named bcttlcr has filed notice
of his intention to make final proof in
support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before Joel Ware, U.
S. Commissioner at Eugene, Oregon, on
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sec 30T. 21 S It3, West.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
uliii T. Martin, of Ilugene, Otegon,
Chuiles. McLean. William Walker,
Dock Dunning, of Hazel Dell.Orfg'in.
J. T. Bit ks,
During the winter of 1897 Mr. .lames
Reed, one of the leaditi1' citizens and
merchants of Clay, Clay Co., W. Va.,
struck his leg against a cake of ice in
such a milliner as to bruise it severely.
It became very much swollen and
pained him so badly that he could
not walk without tho aid of crutches.
Ilo was treated by physicians, also
used soveral kinds of liniment and two
and a half gallons of whisky in bathing
it but nothing gave any relief until ho
began using Chamberlains Pain Balm.
This brought almost a complete cure in
a week's time and lie believes that had
lie not used this remedy his log would
have had to be amputated. Pain Balm
is ttnoqualcd for sprains, bruises and
rheumatism. For sale by Bhxson Dnuo
Co., Cottage Grove. Lyons and Aiti.k
oath, Drain Druggists.
CLHRGYMEN LEAD IN LON
GEVITY, Diagrams prepared hy an expert
for one of the large life insurance
companies to illustrate the com
paratively longevity of clergymen,
farmers, teachers, lawyers and
docters, show that 42 out of every
170 ministers of the Gospel reach
the age of 70. The farmers come
next, their proportion for 70 years
of age being 40 out of 170. Next
comes the teachers with 34, the
lawyers show 25 and the doctors
are last, with only 24 out of 170.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
Pack liorsoa, saddlo hornos, team
liorsas, puck saddlus and bliinkuls. In
fpiireal the lion Ton Meat Market.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
A lMivorite Resort.
Wc arc now reparc(l to furnish
,.n i.;,i of Brackets, Mouldings,
Sash ami Uoors, Door and
window frames, hcreen uoors,
, Pickets, etc.
W llltiows, 1 icklis, .iv.. ,
Woodwork of nil kinds made and ;
.., Wc wilI also WOrk Floor-1
ine, Rustic, Riding, .ciuhk.
size StiuldiHU, etc.
SHOP N15AR S. I'. UKTOT
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Collage Grave, Oregon.
Supply house for
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Gives the Choice of
'1 mo Tra iiscoiithicntiil
Lo"W Hates to all
Ocean Steamers Leave
Portland every C days
For full particulars call on 0. R. & N.
Agent, Frank Jordan, Cottago Grovo.
W. II, IIuitMinur,
General Passenger Agont,
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NORTHERN SHOUT LINE
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I Grnilu nnd l'riccs to st.it the TrJH
Main Street, Collude drove, of
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COTTAC.K CKOVK. ORK.
Two Doors North of Katun A llt.itor.!
L'uttatc (! rot e, Oregon
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U. S. Mineral Survcyot
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Special attention given to Minim
Claims and procuring ot Patents.
Grants 1'ass, Okkco.v.
J. S. MEDLEY,
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OIllcoOli Miiln Stitct.
Cittiiv (Iroi'c, Oi'tynn.
LYNX HOLLOW ITEMS.
Our school has commenced
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.Miss JV.1111K tcaeiicr. ml
Mr Lebow. of Row River wit
move on the ulace which he pun
chn.sc-ri off the EiiL'hind estate. It
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will put up n new House 111 m
place ot the old one.
Atnntirr flii new iinnrovemcnt
iw nntict'. lesse Martin is btiildini
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n new house, George i eauuier
tifU' lintmp. : is aitnmo us a vaw
house, Mr Wilcox an addition tl
Mr. Tucker of Silk creek was ii
our valley hist week and purciiay.j
r.t,rt,frl 'r,n!nf nf Ti SillltllOIlS t3
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rn!f o tnrT(. nmv llOUSC. iM'B
Simmons is getting orders for all
kinds ot paint.
Mr and Mrs James Kennedy an
at the Boswell Springs.
U I' U1IUJICK.
xvtll 1)0 li'ild at tin
CP church .Sunday morning nI ovenj
1.... 1... .1 'rim imstor iirpl
that ovory tnonibor bo present Snlul'lJ
morning without fail. Hoiiif '
i ,1..., ..11 ...,..tw.irt hIiouM i
nrnMHiit... A Ifi in IIUIO cunb"-B-
meeting after sorvlco.
TI.eW.O.T. U. will meet the M
nnd third T. osduviii eticli month, ftwj
,., mi . n. v. church
1 IICKMllV Will IIICTt " , . ij
... ....11 invited to ttt1
tond whother thoy nru inetnbers or
CALL FOR COUNrV WARRANTS
Notice is hereby given htUjO
inK wumintB will ho pa d ' rPffl
1800. Interest on same 'c ..ra W
8. 1809. All Lane coiiiity,""!
from retiisterea nuiuoui
lioth inclnsivu. 1(im)
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