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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1900)
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of breath unil inn
very imrvoti., Men.
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regular with scvero
bearing down paint,
crnmpi and Imclt
acho. 1 hope to hear
from yon ut mice." .
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i.1'1' ontlptlon lor lome time, but tter tak.
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i. . i.hl ttlment. We o.nnot speak too blgh
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xveuermantonn Ave., Pblladalpbla, Fa.
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BRIDE IN A BOX CAR.
HERE'S A ROMANTIO DRAMA IN
! H" W'rr.l I.. Ittllr, Now
w. n . """,0 '" " ,'rc,"t c"
wll llor H..Hl,((llrt vr)l uw.,rl
' ii Kiilliondir.
"l-m; Iii ft ll..x enr" Is the title of the
ronmnlle dnuim In run I life wlilch In
now owi.ii.vImk tlie attention of Kansas
"NV ,'orl S,,,lt lln "'"1 tlirlllliifff
'H'lodnwmiH hi the twn 0entt bmm
ut iioih! ,.,,,,. Ilt(!ri!Ht wUl
the Ininimmd-llnriott "Love lu n Ilox
Hrli'fly II Is t,(. tory f yllK clmr.
Hmninoiid, who married a Miss
Hnrrett, only dauirliti.r- ,.r .. ...mi
urn Hon of ll. a. Hammond. K((ncra
MiMTluii.ili'nt ol ll. K0rt Hcolt and
Mil. ANII JII1K. HAMMOND.
Mi'inphlH llnllroiid. Tho couple mnr
rlod without the loiiHt'itt of nnyhoily
who holds tho llnrruti-Hammond for
tuiifn lu chnr(!. Thoy aro now living
happily In hox cnr No. Ii!,ll8, and Ham
uioiid Ih Imihk of a work train ou the
"Haminoniril rlHp," rny tho men on
i ho road. "Ile'n nt the jtrit and he'd
ot the knai-k." And young Ham
mond Ik working with the vim of n man
who linn made up IiIh mind to succeed.
Ill In alert to tho M)wlhllltlen of IiIh
Jul), ami him already won one promo
tion. Menu while the fnmlllen of both frown
on i he young people, nnd there U every
evidence that Hammond will need all
hl pluck and hlx courage. Mm. Ham
mond won ran trouHnenu miidn In Paris,
rendu the Intent novel, nnd haughtily
refuxeH to return the ciiMh of the aris
tocracy of i'ort Scott. Hitherto she
linn hnd only to wlnli for IhlngR, nnd If
money could huy theni they were hers.
The box car In which the Hammonds
nre living hns seen hard service. A
eont of dull red paint has served to con
ceal some of Its scars and pntches. The
floor Is covered with '.'.Vcent mnttlng
In the drawing-room end, and 20-cent
oilcloth on the kitchen and dining-room
end. The dainty slippers of Mrs. Ham
mond, so used to henvy velvet enrp'ts.
now "tap, tap" ncroirt floor covering
TUB nAMMONDS' FHB1GHT-CAH HOME.
costing precisely $0.70, mnde, tilted nnd
laid on tho floor.
Ptory of Honmntlc Marriage.
Tho Hammonds were married nt n
fnshlonablo hotel In Hot Springs, Ark.
Ho wns 24. gay, Jolly nnd thoughtless,
depending upon the generosity of n
wcnltliy father to keep the wolf out of
the front yard. Sho was 20, pretty, Im
petuous nnd self-willed. They hnd met
nt Hot Springs Just ft yonr before. She
was stnylng then nt the Pnrk Hotel
with her parents, dazzling everybody
with her exquisite toilets and superb
Jewels, the gifts of her devoted father.
Young Hnmmond wns then recovering
from an Injury sustained In a runaway
while employed as an operntor nt a
smnll Missouri town on his fathers
railroad. His fnther hnd put him there
Jo "tone lilm down." ho said, ne tagan
paving attentions to Miss Barrett, but
his advances were not encouraged bj
her family. They snubbed him and
mhdo their objections very plain. Ham-
"i d laughed nnd said that ho was
courting tho girl and not the family.
If It enme to n question of money and
position the Hammond- did very we I
!, thought, probably as well as the
Miss Barrett alone failed to share tho
prejudices her family. Young Ham-
."Hom. nd c ever and
athletic, and she fell In love with . h m.
The family Anally consented to the
match and the bride's trousseau was
ordered from Pari 1 cable. Piepara
tlftis were made for an elaborate wed
ding and the fnshlonablo society of Hot
Springs was bidden to the affair. A
few days before the date set for tho
wedding young Hammond quarreled
with the Barretts, and rumor had
that tho mutch was broken off. But It
was not-only the fashionable cero
mony woa dispensed with. The young
people went to another hotel, and It Is
aid were married In defiance of pater-
nl authority. At first tho couple took
up their residence at Kansas City and
npunt a few weeks there. Then mat
lurs began to look dubious. Bread nnd
cheese and kisses arc ail right for lata
"uppers, but pnlntua accustomed to
lllels mlgiions, Krench pens, and straw,
berry Khotcalto cravo heartier proven
der. Kansas City wondered what
would happen, when ono day young
Hammond disappeared. There wns
uilk of reconciliations, and next ho ap
peared In tho garb of a practical rail
road man, as straw boss of a section
Kiuig In tho yards nt Fort Scott.
Hnuli for Kniinu Women.
To tho further astonishment of the
100 of Kansas City and Kort Hcott, Mrs.
Hammond accompanied her husband.
They took apartments In u fashlouablo
quarter, went to the theater and social
functions of various sorts evenings,
while tbo young husband, In working
clothes and broad-rlmmed laborer's hat,
honestly worked all day. Nobody wore
such costly costumes as tho wife of tho
section hand of the Kansas City, For.
Hcott and Memphis Itallroad Company
and nt nftcrnoon tean, receptions and
card clubs the devotion of tho Ham4
monds wns tho popular theme fo
weeks. Many women of tho hlghesj
standing called upon Mrs. Hammond:
but she, through embarrassment or ec
centrlclty, acknowledged few of thcsij
attentions. Mrs. Hammond nppenrei
to be under the wing of a coclal leadei)
of the town, nnd in response to her
kindly suggestions a half-dozen young
women of Kort Hcott's upper crust
cnlled one day on the bride at her hotel.
Blie was lounging In one of her ex
lulslto Paris tea gowns nnd rending
tho latest novels. Bhe sent down word
that she was "too wenry to see nny
body." Blnco then the upper-crust
young women who cnlled hnve had a
tired feeling at the mention of young
While this wns nppnrently merely a
cnprlcp, It created a sensntlon locally,
nud the recent announcement In ono of
the newspapers thnt thp Hammond
hnd gone to live in a box car was grati
fying in the extreme to those who felt
Tlfc box car runs over the division be
tween Tort Keott and Memphis wher
ever there Is any repnlrlng to be done.
The Hnmmonds' mcnls nre furnished
by the regular cook with the work
train, nud nre very plain. Hammond,
howevpr, K'cms choerf'il nnd Indus
trious, nis young wife holds her head
high, wears her Imported gowns, rends
the latest novels, and only to her Intl
mates snys from her henrt: "We mar
ried for love, yon know."
From section Iiohs young Hammond
hns nlrendy risen to the management of
a train of thirty men. Promotion did
not bring more extrnvngnnt habltn. The
Hammonds still live lu the car and are
Qiu-nr DpvIoo for Gambling.
"Tho queerest .gambling device thnt I
ever saw was a check perforator," said
J. H. Irons of the United States mar
shal's ofllce. "I went Into a downtown
bank not long ago at the noon hoar to
serve u paper ou the president. There
was a board meeting on In a back
room. I noticed all of the clerks In a
bunch playing some game, and I went
over to see what it was. They hnd one
of those revolving check perforators
with numbers on it from 0 to 0. One
mnn wnn spinning and acting as 'bank
er,' while the others were laying bots
on the numbers. They were operating
on the old wheel-of-fortune system. I
got so deeply Interested that I forgot
all about tho paper I had to serve until
there was a sudden scattering of tho
group nnd n disappearance of the per
forator and the cash ou tho board. I
turned nnd saw the president. When
he entered tho banking room every
clerk was busy at bis desk." Pittsburg
Kklpping the Ropo as a, Cure.
Sklpplug-ropo exercise for middle
aged gentlemen nffected with "liver"
or Indigestion Is the latest alleged med
ical fad to which the humorists of tho
press have directed their attention. The
London correspondent of tho Gazette
listens that tills novel form of adult
exercise Is being used on rainy morn
ings ns n substitute for the mile nnd a
half run before brenkfnst, which has
been prescribed by a west eud physi
clnn ns a remedy for that condition of
liver which In'Loudou Is due to want
of outdoor exercise and Into hours, hard
work nnd bad air. There are profes
sional men and others who take their
run In tho park before breakfast every
fine morning nnd who bless the good
physician who discovered this slmplo
way of restoring health. Its effects in
some enses have been marvelous. By
"run" Is not meant n sharp walk, but
actual running. Birmingham Gnzette.
By the time a practical joke Is carried
out, It Is no longer funny.
Marriage Is like minlng-a great
thine when you strike it
HIS TEETH, THOUGH FALSE.
pne Mum Wlio Ketulns the Mnntlcaters
thnt Nuturo Olive Him,
Four or live traveling men around tho
hotel stovo laid been unking ubout
leelh, when ono of them got up and,
nying "good-night," 'went olf to bed.
"Hid you notice what lino teeth that
party IiiiiIV" mild a man from St. Louis.
"Ho won't acknowledge they nre false,
or mthcr hu Insists Unit they aro ids
own, and yet ho doesn't quite tell tho
truth. My brother Is u dentist In Kan
sas City, and this man lives there, and
my brother does his work for him. Not
that ho tells mo anything, but merely
as mi Incident, for everybody who
knows tliu man knows tho circum
stances. "His teeth are his own, and at the
same time they are false. V'ou don't
understand, so I'll explain. He always
hnd unusually flue teeth, but about live
years ngo they showed signs of Ulggs'
disease, an infection which causes tho
gums to recede from the roots, leaving",
them exposed some dlstanco down
rroni the enameled surface. In aggra
vated cases or where the person Is very
sensitive tho disease Is very painful,
nud It Is almost Impossible to relieve It.
To cure it is practically Impossible, for
the gums will not grow bnck again.
"Tills man was of tlie sensitive kind.
nnd although physicians nnd dentists
tried their skill on him they could do
nothing, nnd lie suffered so that ut last I
he told my brother to extract every !
tooth lu his mouth and put false ones
In for him. As nothing else could be
done, my brother folowed Instructions
nnd pulled every tooth. They were all
In perfect condition, nnd ns my brother
looked them over, regretting that his I
patient wns forced to give them up, a I
novel Iden occurred to him, which he nt
onee told to the other mnn, who agreed :
to It willingly. This was that Instead
of making urtlflelnl teeth, as was the
usual custom, these same tcetli be used i
cAactly as If they were artificial.
"My brother, who Is a flrst-clasR den-1
tlst, was more than ordlnnrlly careful
on this Job, nnd when he hnd mounted
the teeth in a plate measured to a hair's '
breadth and slipped them Into his pa-1
tlent's mouth they fitted ns if they had
grown there, ns It were, and now there
Isn't one mnn In n thousand can tell
that they nre fnlsc If. Indeed, false
they are. At the same time there isn't
nny more Ulggs' disease to trouble
FAN ATTACHMENT FOR CHAIRS.
Newly Patented Automatic llevlce for
Hot Weather Use.
Tho picture shows a rocking-chair
equipped with a newly patented auto
matic fun, designed by Frank J.
Becker, of Hamilton, Ohio. The fans
nre attached In clamps, at opposite
sides of the vertical rod, the fastening
arrangement being such thnt any or
dinary fan can bo utilized. The rod has
n spiral thread cut at the lower end,
mil passed through a sleeve fixed on
AUTOMATIC KANNI.NO IIKVICJC.
tho side of the rocker, with a spring sur
rounding the rod to press against the
knob at the end and maintain the rod in .
its lowest position until the chair la tilt-1
ed forward, when the knob strikes the ,
lloor, nnd the rod Is pushed through the
sleeve to Impart a rotary motion to the '
fans at the top. As soon as the chair is 1
tilted back the spring forces tlie rod
down through the sleeve with a reverse t
motion, the pitch of the screw and the f
power of the spring being nrranged to
produce a free and rnpld movement of ,
the fnns while the chnlr Is In motion.
ItotiukliiK a Young Pulpiteer.
Old Scotch ministers hnd a keen
seuse of humor apart from the Doric
altogether. One of the best stories that
could be quoted In this connection Is
that told of Dr. Gilchrist, formerly of
Greenock, but who was minister of
Cnnougnte, Kdlnhurgh, when he died.
A rather cock-sure young man was
olllt'inting for lilm one Sunday, nnd, on
going to the vestry, tho doctor fouud
his substitute robed nnd ready for the
pulpit. In the course of a few min
utes' conversation with the old minis
ter the young sprig said, lu an off-band
way: "1 suppose. Doctor, you repeat
the Lord's prayer In some part of the
service?" "Aye. aye," replied Dr. Gil
christ quietly, "unless ye hue a bettor
one o' yer nln."
Mosaic Court lu London.
There Is a Jewish court In Great Brit
ain known as Beth Din. which Is pre
sided over by Very llev. Dr. Adler,
chief rabbi of Kugland. its decisions
are not. of course, legally bindlug, but
all who come before the court are
asked to sign a form accepting the de
cisions as filial. It was lu this way
thnt Moses "Used to adjudicate upon tho
differences of the children of Israel.
Oil us Fuel.
Tests of oil ns fuel, made In the navy,
have not so far proved satisfactory,
Patent fuel, made of coal dust and tar,
was found to yield Hourly as good re
sults ns coal.
Chess players are not the only onei
who move once a year. 1
Tlie Fltnr of Thing..
"Sco, tho sheriff is asleep," said the
Irst convict. "Let us jump from tho
"No, wo ennnnt jump now," object
ed the second convict. "Tho train is
not yet running (JO miles mi hour."
Tills shows Unit oven the criminnl
classes rend tho newspapers, nnd have
an Idoa of tho proprioty of conforming
(toil In Tlirrp.
Try to renlizo God's presence; the
realizing it ever so littlo has it wonder
fnlly toothing nnd cnlming inllnenco
on tho henrt. Say secretly: "The
Lord is in His holy temple (His tout
plo of the inner mini); keep silence, O
my heart, hofore Him." Tho mind
wants steadying many times a day.
World to Kii'l ThU Year.
This is l he recent decision of one of the
ftocietipH of the Morkl, and while there are
few people who believe this prediction,
there nre thousands of others who not only
believe, but know that Hostcttcr's Stoni
nch Hitlers will cure dyspeoMn, indiges
tion, ronHtipntioii or livcrand kidney trou
IjIpd. A Irial will certainly convince.
Pot ii to salad is much more savory if
mixed with the salad drossing while
Nil Morn Kuii'iiuu Halt rills.
Felence lis retired thp pill. A toothsome,
fmnranti medluntctf tablet (Ills the need of the
liuiir-CnFi'areU Candy Cathartic. IlruKchits,
lUc, 23e, Wc,
"And now, cliildien," said tho
teacher, who had been talking about
military fortifications, "can any of you
tell mo what is a buttress!" "Please,
ma'am," cried littlo Willie, snapping
his fingers, "it's a nanny goat!"
The recent fad for perfumed beds has
gained great popularity. The perfum
ing is managed by spreading a cotton
pad, thoroughly suclieted, beneath the
lower sheet. By this one's bed can be
made to seem stuffed with roses or
"So there," said Mrs. Henponk, con
cluding her remarks, " 'A word to the
wise is sulbcient.' " "Yes, my
dear," rep.ied Henpeck, "and to the
average married innn a word in edge'
wise is suflicient."
(The Famous German Wood Preserver)
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Are the best that can be made. Nothing
is or can be superior to a Mitchell Wagon,
because it is made of thebesi material
by experienced workmen which, cou
pled with 65 years' experience in building;
wagons, during which time the manu
facturers have had but one aim, and that
to produce the best possible to build, is a
guarantee of quality. If you buy a Mitchell Wagon, you get the best that can be made.
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Send for circular.
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Branches at Spokane, Seattle Salem, McMinnville,
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Mention this paper.
In OHIO who had bare
if aiuds .zp.nAus with a
cli.apW.il UrllllPir Out
fit toot our adilr. .lid
bought on. nf ourraod
vi'ii aud art-.lut
and did ST.OOO worlli nf drilling with It last yer.
Tbtir.arfitui.it wbo retu,ot,IUk,toodaUvlcB when
It l.offrtit Uim uii nl I tot pUttr! (Mrftiliir froe.
Koosiiste.N YMA., - Timji. onio.
Here's a Proposition
Isn't it reasonable to supi.uio tlmt a Hrm ot
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to B'lxuod value for your money t If jouaru
makluit Improvements In your lioitfe, or build,
tun u new lioufp, no matter how vmall or &tk
i lie sum you with to spond In electrical or rhs
fixtures llreplact's. mantel furniture, etc., you
will wive money and bo well Milted l( ou con.
Ulllt Till! JOHN It A llllliTT tO. ,01 Flr.t
Slrprl, l'urtlnnd, Omciin,
Can II ml quick nnd permanent relief
for utIouj and (tviuth di'Stroylns
Moore's Revealed Remedy
ThoUf.Riuh have lued It aud thousand,
now piaUe It. Ii uiires permanently, Jl
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lr BICKFORM, Wnhlnoton, D. C. they will te
ll celvequltik replies. U. Mb N. 11. Vols, btaff
30th Coroi. f roxcutluf vlalois sloci U7.
Articles known to medical science arc nsed
in preparing Hood's Sitrsnpurilln. Kvery
ingredient Is carefully selected, person
Rlly examined, and only the best retained.
It is prepared by it combination, propor
tion and process peculiar to itself nnd
known to no other medicine, nnd by wlilch.
the full medicinal power of all ingredient!
used Is retained. It cures when a cure Is
possible. Get only Hood's, because
Is the Best Medicine Money Can Buy.
White grapes, nsparagus tips and
JSnglish walnnts, with whipped cream
dressing, mako a novel and dainty
1 am sure Piso's Cure for Consumption
saved my life three years ngo. Mas. Tims.
ItonoiNs, Maple Street, Norwich, N. Y,,
Feb. 17, 1000.
A substituted forefingor was shown
by a Koenigsborg doctor at a surgical
congress in Berlin. He had cut off
the patients second too and sewed It to
the stump of tho missing finger.
Primary union followed, and tho new
finger could be moved by its owner.
Mothers will find Mrs. "Wlnslow's Sooth
ing Syrup the best remedy to use for their
children during the teething period.
There is more need of common sense
in culinary scienco than is ordinarily
supposed, for we cannot becomo a
strong people mentally unless our phys
ical beings nre'well nourished.
JHnister Now, littlo girl, yon wan
to bo a Christian, don't you? JEthol
No sir, I'd rathor sing in tho choir.
Girls employed in the crepe manufac
ture are under a curious contract no
to engago in nny housework after their
horns of labor. Tho reason is lest their
hands should become coarse and unfit
ted for the delicate nntnro of their em
ployment. "How is it that Crimper did not
have a penny last year, and now he is
assessed on .$ 25,000 worth of property?"
"None of his danghtors had to prepare
for graduation this summer."
Dayton's FIy Killer
Used a few minutes aven
lngg, will rid your bouta
of Files and itoqtiltoev
No mark or stain left on
the ceilings or walls.
Works like inaglc. Price
Moonls. Write for book
let. Dayton llardwara
ONE FOR A DOSE. Core Sfck Headache and Dys
pepsia, ncmoro l'lmples.l'urlfy tho Mood. Aid 11bm
tlun.l'rmrntimioutiiieis. DunotUrlpoorBlcken. To
wmvlncojon.wtlluialHamp erreejf ullloi.Mo. DR.
."us ONE DOLLAR
Wo will mail you a pair ot our
una eaee, warranted ten jer,
with mr KTit-i'Mfinv Trtiu hi n
niaisM wArmntMl to fit jour ojes or money refunded,
Ouritlrwei will permajieutly uure headAChe.nerTOua
neM,iiiflmd eyes, Btjrs,Mtlffmtlm, tAko wrinkle
out of your f am, cross eyuj intuit) to t-et auulght, to 0u0
rt (rwn mt Oplltml On. 14ft MiHtl.H..
JOHN POOLE. Portland, Obfooh,
can give you the best bargains in general
machinery, engines, boilers, tanks, pumps,
plows, belts aud windmills. The new
steel I X L windmill, sold bt him, is un
equalled. N. F. K. V.
WUKN wrttlnr to udi.rtlt.rs pi.
ut.atlun thT pap.r.