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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1901)
?ht Proipcfom Business Men
Bring' Your Job Vfotk to t(i
: CotUgc Grove Advertise In
Devoted to the Miniig, Lumbering and Pnrming Interests of this Conumiuity, to Good Government, mid Hustling for aCrub Stake.
GJ-rove, OfOgon, n?:tdclay, Jarmary 25, 1901.
J, E. YOyNG
- Office on Xialu atreet, Writ Bid
COTTAGE GROVK, Of
J. C. JOHNSON and F, G.
I Attorneys and Counselors'1110
SmiUI attention fWn to Mining, edition
t and Mercantile law. f
OBm gTorOrmn A Kewiand'asl
. COTTAGE GROVlJjRK,
J. S. MEDEJ
Attomey-ai-Law ol o
! Offlceon Main atreet-j
CoTTAOB GROVK, 0
frowM atf ntlon will 1ft MlnlnJ.'jliCM.
L; L. STEVES
f Attorney-at-Laio j
Special attention given to Mtiifllnaincas
HELMOBW. THOMraoK CUM- UtttY.
THOMPSON & (ARDY
Attorneys and Counsels-tit- Law
Special attention given to
Attorney and Conns
Special attention given to th
' Unt Nationnl Hunk Bui
Sample by mall receive prpt attention.
FRANK P. WHI
O.nrewlth Jamea Heme Jr. Mulnat,
ano. w. LLOTP. IT, W. .u
Lloyd & Kvill
U. K. UK. UTV MINIM. HUIIVKYOIIH
Rome' M3-SM Chambei Commerce
Mrs.. Kilherlne Sc cf, M. D.
Diseases of Wbmenlnd Children
COTTAGE GROK, OKK.
D. J. GOER ,
'Prasptctor and .line Locator.
Fbr. Informattotion Bohemia
' Miniilg'District tite inc.
Rpeelal Attention Olverjto Correspondence
MRS. PET SANF.ORD'S
For Fas h tonally Dressmaking.
-UAIN f ItEKT '.
Transact a Oeneraj Ranking nualneea
In All ItsU'ranches.
CoTTAOB GXOVE, OrB.
thqv of Mlnca.
Wot Mlnea. , rg
J. W. BENTLY, ,
The practical Boot am Shoe maker,
located'' in the front part of the
Chris matt harness siop.
.JSepairing: neatly mil quickly done
4fyp4 satisfaction guaranteed. Call
G. A. COBB
Proprietor of the $Ue Confectionery
Also Wholsaler and R tailr of all
Kinds of FRUITS.
Also dealer in Cigars, Tobacco'
Walinmtlu Snrnmin OlovoConiptin.v'H
L'OfxlH. Tliuy tiro t'oim it lured tliu
bent glow in tliu imirkut.
Good V How Oil Stock Willi pnttMitcd
Hiring fiiHtunvr f0 mid 70u.
Our Sienni Trotif lino nro n po(I, jilln
lilt) glovo, tut well an iliiriililc;
Hindu with piitcnlfil t-tring fust
ciur. '. ...8"i-, mill f I "5.
UiiIIiumI Kit, floft lltilfli, tnnklnv; it
vnr' tiifu driviiiK nlovo. .$1 'J6.
Sum nnc Knek, Ilglit weight, lino
Htock, no Iiiind.npoii Imt'k, I'orltT
fiietenor, wellol.wnx linen tlirend
coft mid pliulilti'; iindonlitedly
Ihu hfHt ulovo in the iiiurket ...
UnlliK'd Clmpiier Mitu, nil gniln enlf
nkiii.. ...;.-. OOciindll. ,
J.ltiotl Kit (Iliivcs, tine etock. . . .$1.
H. C. MADSEN,
Hepulrlnd at rcaaonablo rhnrKca.
All "iiclc Kimruntecil tlrat-clna.
U'atchca, Clock ami JcHolry nt Ijiwoit I'rlcea
COTTAGE GKOVE, OKU.
ELITE.o Shaving o Parlor
Cottage Grovb, Oku.
GEO. E. GRIFFITH, Prop.
W. H. ROBINSON
Office and residence on River street
near Wall, Cottage Grove, Ore.
R. A.' SANDERS,
Wines, IJquors, and Cigars.
A Favorite Resort.
COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON.
BARKER & MARTIN
DKALHU8 IN TIN!!
WINES, JJQUORS, CIGARS.
Main street, Oottiiea (Irovo, Ore.
W. H. SMITH
Proprietor of the CAFE ROYAL
on River street, near the bridge,
Cottaob Grove, Orb.
Short orders day and night. Every
thing first-class and the best the
Number 633 wins the Bicycle.
The owner of same please call
and select his or her wheel.
Eakin & Bristow.
Gamin & Nowliuid
COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
Cotton SwulterH, irn'ml. qnitlity, in
iim'rorfn unit imrf'urted tiiriped
colon) ,'.T KOc.
AH-Wortl, Httlit weight, iinfortctl tail
ored li ipctl. (1 t.
Cotlon, Bowl cjnaltly, color ma
roon ; BOi!
Mixed Cotlon mid W'cxjl, iin;iiinin
lieitvy,' niitroon , lUOo.
All-Wool, K"od iiiullty, .inttdliim
iieiivy, imirooii v. .'f'l 10.
Sumo im iiliovo, only liner wool, iik
Hortinl colld. colors .fl '(W.
All-Wnol, very lino tiinllty, in iih
hoi'IimI colored ftripeu. . . .f- 2.).
White, liiediimi heavy ...f-'BO.
... (tARJVIAN & NEWLAND ...
H IT IS MERE! g
H Tic Lai'gest Stock iij So-uUj Ixune! 2
Shelf and Heavy Hardware; Stoves and Tinware; Pumps, 3
. Pipes, and' AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS!
Gttns and Amtuunitiou, Studebakcr Wagons, 2
SZ Canton Clipper,,,Plows, Harrows, Etc.
g For Miners' Suppiiesf . the only house South of Portland. 2
Give us a call.
' GRIFFIN & VEATCH,
g COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON. S
. Farmers' Store
At WALKER, OREGON,
Is aFarmer and sympathizer with all men of honest industry,
as you will 'sce by quality of goods and prices.
Dry Goods, Groceries and all kinds of Feed.
Our Garden Scfcds arc the Best,
Also patent medicines, drugs, ets. Also'the OREGON
PRODUCT PAINT, the very best for quality and finish.
G. O. WALKER, Wai.kur, Orhgon.
KOTICK OK 1'INAIj SKTTMIMENT.
Notlcola lieroby kIvoii thutJna, II. Hlownrt,
niliiilnlatriitur ot the estate of Wm. tiubuiK, Do
conned, Una flloil tila llmil account In tho
ahoro mimeil estate and that tho 8th day o(
Deremhcr )1H0, nt tho honrot one o'oluelc In
the nftoriuioti thereof hn bcon hot for tho tlato
of hearlngmild llnul account ut the olllco of tho
County Jnilno, In KuKune, .una County, Ore
(ton, at which tlmo ninl plnco all jioraona huv
IuKobleetloua to tho allowiincu and upproval
of the aamo may apiicar anil bo heard.
Dated this Dili day of November, 11)00.
Jan. U. HtKWAUT, Administrator.
Over 00 odd ptfttorna of wall paper to
ehnoHo from uid 'iioro on thoWuynt
Jeiikiiia A Lnvn's,
f.nwn HooiIh, iiiikIo of luce open
work; very prutly dexiuiiH
, 5 lo 03c.
Etnbroidered mid TncktHt MiihIIii
and SwlcM. dlireront (IchIumb
Lniliox' Hun ItonnetN, iniido ot cliiuu
lirnv, full Imek crown, Ktilelietl
mid' lined, uvHorted eolorH.'.OOe.
Our 1 1 sit of Loomp KinlirnlderifH, Kih
Iioiih mid DrygoodH Notions is
I.iidiuM' Sumnier Skirt-., Inriro vari
ety; in prit-o frou'i. , ..fiOo to f:i,
Shirt WiiintH,',tliirerpnt colore ami
klmlH BOc to V 7fi.
Lin lies' Xeek Woiir in Intent flvlon..
lfm to (10l!.
Ilotvnro of iilr dried or half dry floor
ing, coiling mid rustle. Tho ilooth
Kelly Luiuber Co., nro nittkliig apccinl
jirices on kiln-dried lumber.
wantkii. Cnpnblo, rollublo porfou tn
ovury county to to pre tent lurgeeompmiy
of Nolld finmiciiil reputation ; $0:t0 Hiilniy
per year, payable weekly ; $3 pur day nb
Holutoly Htiro and all expenses; straight,
boua-lfda salary, no commission; salary
paid each Saturday and expound, money
advanced eaali week. STANDARD
UOUSK, Ml DB.Mtnons Hi:, CiUCAqo.
The Oregon state treasury is in
a splendid condition. The semi
annual statement of Treasurer
Clias. S. Moore, for the six mouths
from July 1, 1900, to December 31,
1900 was filcdiin the department of
stale, and that department' made
its report to the governor. There
port shows receipts aggregating
5785,279,08, and disbursements of
$921,599.69. Balance 011 hand
Jan. 1, 1901, $944,623.40.
A PROMINENT CHICAGO WOMAN
1'rof. Koxa Tyler, of Chlcnco, Vice
President Illinois Woman's Alliance, in
fipciiklnKof Cliiinihcrlaln'A Cough Reme
dy, kiivh: "I millercd with a nevoro
cold this winter which threatened to
run into pnemnoniit. I tried different
remedies hul l Hcemed to grow worno
mid the medicine upset my HtOmnch.
A friend ndviBcd mo to try Chnmbor
(iiIii'd Cough Remedy mid 1 found it wim
pleuiiiitit to tnko mid it relloved 1110 ut
once. I nm now entirely recovered,
Hiived it doctor'H bill, time mid Hollering,
nnd I will never bo without thin Kplcn
did medicine ngiiin." Tor h.iIo by KuNfo.v
Dituo Co., Cottngo Grove. Lyonh A
Afi'i.isiiATi: Drain DrnggiHtc.
The Southern Pacific railroad is
abreast of the times with electric
headlights for its engines. By
merely touching a button the en
gineer sets the light into play.
Eacji light is of 2000-candle power.
It lights the track half a mile
ahead only of the engine, while the
oil light threw n .faint light a few
hundred feet infront of the cow
catcher. Anything on the track
can be seen sixteen telegraph poles
ahead of the engine, far enough
away so that the train could be
brought to a halt before it reached
the object, even if under full speed.
The engines are being provided
with the apparatus as fast as it can
MADE YOUNG AGAIN.
"Ono of Dr. King's New Life- Pills
em h night for two weeks him pnt me in
my 'teeiiH' again" writes I). II. Tumor
j of Donipeytown, I'm. They're tho best
j in the world for Liver, Blomtich nnd
I bowel. Purely vejjetiiblo. Never gripe.
Only '.'On. ut JSknho.v Diiuo' Co'h Drug
The great and only Linn cotinty
which was held up by every pop
paper in the state as an example of
low taxes and economical, adminis
tration of county affairs, has come
to grief as every honest business
man predicted. In order to, make
a great political grand stand playf
the assessment was cut below all
reason and a natural consequence
not sufficient revenue was derived
to meet contingent expenses. So
therefore, Linn county had to bor
row $23,467 to Jjajkstate taxes.
The pop press pmnfully
about this matter. 'mffes.
HIS WIl'K SAYKD HIM.
My wife's good ntlvlco saved my lifo
writes V. M. Hoss of Winlleld, Tonti
for I had eucIi a bad cough I could
hardly breathe, I steadily nrow woreo
j under doctor's treat mont, hut my wife
I urged tne to ueo Dr. King's Now Dis
covery for Consumption, which com
pletely cured me." ' Coughs, Colds,
KiMitchitiH, La Grippe, Pneumonia,
Asthma, liny fover and all malndics of
Chest, throat and Lungs aro positively
cured bv this marvellous medicine. 50c.
and $1.00. Uvury bottle guaranteed.
Trial bottle freo at Kn.sso.v Dauo Co's.
drug store. ,
Having permanently located in
Cottage Grove, I will take a few
pupils. Harmony and Thorough
Bass n Specialty. Either German
or American method.
Call at residence, North River
Mrs. W. H. Abrams
If troubled with a weak digestion
belching, sour stomach, or if you feel1
dull after bating, try Chamberlain's,
OH. ....... I. mill l.lvl.p ".ill Inly Vina "ft
cents. Samples frep at wesson unvo
Co'a drug store.
l'KKUDOM KKOM DISKA8.KS AND
Mrs. C. Wolfer, tlm homo healer, is
now prepared, treat all litiiuner of dis
uses with miignellsiri and without tliu
iiho of medicine or (lie surgeon's knife,
tilt matter what your dlnein-o ipay be,
coiistiiiiitlbii,Vnliccr or any other trouble
there is a euro for you through this
wonderful power. All ctifien taken where
medicine has failed. All can bo treated
nt their own liomennd through tho mail.
Kor further tmrtieulaiH write meat my
homo and full Instructions regarding
Ibis treatment will'ibe sent you by re
turn mail. Anyone wishing to learn this
wonderful science I will it I so tench them
through tun!! only. Address all letters
to Mrs. 0. Wolfer, The iJomo Healer,
Cometock, Oregon. ,
Trent, Ore, March 31st, 1000.
This is to certify and Is a statement to
nil thoeo who may bo suffering from dis
eases or any ills of the flesh.
That I Imvo suffered for tho past 18
years with catarrh of tho stomach,
which resulted In giving mo ut times
tliu nervous headache of a most excriicl
atingnnd'dietrcsHliig character. I was
so weakened that I was unable to per
form any rnununl tabor, my, stomach
wotihl not refafn scarcely any food. In
connection with' tins malady I ,hn,d rheu
matism for tho past six years, which
Ureal I y distressed mo when moving
about. Ihaveinvain tried many doc
tirsnlso patent -medicines recommended
to mo by my friends. As a last resort
with hut llttlo hopn I called on Ct
Wolfer tho magnetic henlerbf Cometock,
Oregon, on Dec. 13th, 1800. After re
latlni: my ciipo to -Mrs-. Wplfer eho
kindly gave mo nssurancu that I could
bo healed and began my treatment that
day. 1 improved from tho first, And af
ter tnkinu two months treatment, I can
say that I nm sound mid well in every
respect. My trouble of tho stomach nnd
rheumatism has entirely disappeared as
if by .magic. I urn now'in my (lOyeorof
ngc'nnd feel like I did when a young
man. I havo taken no medicine ol any
kind since beginning this treatment.
Trent, Ore., March, 31st, 1000.
I wish to , make u statement for tho
benefit' of parents or those who may bo
KufTeriiiu in tiny wav the ills that all
flush Is heir to. . Our iittlo girl 0 months
old was nlllictcd wi h scrofula on tho
cords of the neck which gave us great
anxiety hardly knowing what to do, in
from our experience doctors seem to
know little of nify certain treatment of
such cases, Mrs.O. Wolfer tho mag
netic healer cf Camstock was in the
neighborhood and wife and I decided to
cull her ip. Mrb. Wolfer informed us
that sho was able to treat mid cure such
cases. Sho guvo 'tho, baby ono treat
ment nnd tho scrofulous swollittRS soon
disappeared in three days' nnd hnvo not
returned, this behig three mouths treat
ment.' . , . VervResc't,
, Mas. Ola HowAitn
Mr. Jon.v HqwaiU).
I'AltTIXO AND MKETIVG.
Though our hearts nro nnm) with anguish,
When our loved ones, one by ono
Croaa the border-land of Heaven
To that lanil of endless un
TIiourIi pur Uvea accm durkened-shudowed t
And tho burning teardrops start,
Still, we'll ncct thent all there, aometlme-r
Meet them, novcr more to part.
Thoueth 'tta hard (oatlll'tho Teaming;-,
Oh, ao hard I to lot them go
Out our bravo lips otrlvo to, utter.
"Ood knowa beat"" boUer so,1'
Though we mlas tbcin-r-i,nls thera aorcly,
Still wo know they are at red
Xovor ntore to tnoWa Life's aorrowa-i- '
Angela tlierp, among the blesti '
Thoiigh tho partlnffaebnls forever', ' '"
Still 'tis but a llttlo whlld
Soon wo'll aH bo,roanltoil i , m
In tho aunllght of God's amlle.
Somo awnot jlay we'll meet together, .
In that happy, ahlrinlng land
All our loved onca (landing 'roiuid ua
Then ah' thon we'll understand.
i-ilNmiE A, WriiBin.
Written and ileflfcKtod to Mr. O. W, Kellay,
aftor Erunk. death,, poc..,30, WOO.,
BUCKLENS, AR,NlOA SAtVK.
Has worlilrw'ldo. fntno for marvellous
uu res, It s'l)rpaspcs, any oth?r salvo, lo
tion, ointmcntjgrhnlin for CuU, Cprns,
burns, boils, Horutf. 'Felons. Ulcers,. Tot
ters, Bait 'RboffrnnFover Borfcs, Chapped
Hands, Skin'-'ljajptlonH; InfaUlblo for
l'ilek. Curo guaranteed. Only !25o at
Ursho.v Dauo Co.' 1
N0TICK VP PUDLlfcATlON.
Uniteil States Lund Office,
Roseburg, Oro., Dep. 22, 1000.
Nqtico is hereby given that in com
pliance with tl0 provisions, 6f tho act
of consressof ,.Tii,no 3. 1878,, ci) titled "An
act for tho salo of timber lands fn tlis
States' of California, Oregon, Novnda,
and WaslilngtonTorritory,'1 lis bxtendod
to nil tho Publio Land States by net of
August 4,1802, Mrs. Annio Wiilin. of
Kugunp, couply of :Lano, State of Ore
gon, has this dny filed in this offiuo her
sworn statement No. 1850, for tho pur
chase of tho Sli hi of Section No. 10 in
Township No. 20 W, RuugCNo. 7 W, and
will offer proof t6 bIiow that tho land
sought is moro.valttiiblo for i(s timber or
stono than for agricultural purposes, and
to establish her claim' to said land beforo
tlia Register and, Rpc.oiv.er of this ollico
at Kosoburg.Ore'rxon on Friday, tho 8th
day of March, 1001.' ( '
Sio names as witnesses :
.lames N. Handle, II. Ilatis Berg
Btrom,Goorgo W;.lhebdirtgiII. O, Han
pan, of IJugono, Oregon.
A'siia' m tall Mtafitio t1 hlliilMM I
I illlY illllt fill UUirjulin .KlllllllltM l 4 '
.reque.stOli todlautheir oldlmft in this
nflfcd on' befote iiU 8tli diy ot bUvoh
nht " ' 1 t t i
j ''' jrT'ilPaiDaits, RVjIster.