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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1901)
Mm. 0. Wolfer, tlio home bonier, la
now prwpurcd to treat nil tiiiinnur of dltt
CHfleawllh miiKitetlHin mid without tliu
iimu of medicine or tlio nrgoon'8 knifo,
no iniittur wlint your diaum-u nmy lu,
consumption, ciuicer or nny other tronblo
thtsro 1m n euro for yon through this
wonderful power. All eases taken where
inoilicinu nun miiim. Aiieiinno imiiuii
nt tliolr own liomeniid through tlio imiil.
For further imrtlenlnu writunioiit my
homo and full instructions regnrdlng
this treat inont will bo sent you hy re
turn mail. Anyone wishing to learn thin
wonderful "doneo I will hIbo leach them
through mall only. Address all letters
to Mrs. 0. Wnlfor, The Homo Ihidur,
Trent, Ore., March Slut, WOO.
This in to certify ami I n statement to
all those who nmy b siifTuring from dial-dues
or miv Ills of tho flesh.
That I have Hiiiroreil for the pant 18,
yjara with catarrh of the stomach,
which resulted In giving nio at times
the nervous headache of n most cxerticl '
Htlngand distressing character. I was I
so weitkoned that 1 was unablu to per-I
form anv manual labor, my stomach '
would not rotain Hcarcely any food. In
connection with this malady 1 had rheu
matism for tho punt six years which
grenily distressed mo when moving
about. Ilnivo in vain tried many doc
tors also patent medicines recommended
to nio by my friend. As u last resort
with but littlo hopo I called on Mrs C.
Wolfer tho magnetic, hwderof Comstock,
Oregon, on Dec. 13th, 180'J. After re
Intinic my case to Mrs. Wolfer eho
kindly guvo mo nssuranco that I could
bo healed and began my treatment that
dnv. I improved from tlio lirst. and af
ter taking two months treatment, I can
say that! am sound and well in every
respect. My trouble of tho stomach ami
rheumatism" has entirely disappeared as
f by magic. I inn now in my MS year of
ngo and feel like I did when u young
man. I have taken no medicine of nny
kin J bIiicu boginuing this treatment.
Trent, Ore., March, 31st, 1000.
I wish to makvii statement for tho
benefit of parents orthosouho maybe
suffering in any wav the ills that all
flesh is hoir to. Our little girl 0 months
old wns nflllcted wi ll scrofula on the
cords of tho neck which gavo us great
anxiety hnrdly knowing what to do, in
from our experience doctors seem to
know little of nny certain treatment of
such cases. Mrs.C Molfer tho mag
netic healer of Comstock was in the
neighborhood and wife and I decided to
call liar in. Mrs. AVolfer informed us
that she was able, to treat and curt' such
cases. She gave tho baby ono treat
ment and the scrofulous dwellings soon
disappeared in three days mid have not
ro'nrncd, this being thrto mouths treat
ment. Verv Resc't,
Mrs. Ola Howard
Mr. John Howard.
It is reported Hint the S. 1'. Co,
tie plant which lins been in winter
quarters nt Latham during the pnst
three months will not be put into
operation nt Dcitz Spur this sun
uicr ns hns been the custom ; but m
stend will be sent south to Oakland
It nppenrs that the process of bur
ucttiziug the tics for use on the road
is not the entire success in this cl
mate that the company hoped
AN IIONKST MKClCINti l'OH I.A
Gcorgo W. Wnitt, of South Gardine
Mo., says! "I hnvo hud the wors
cough, cold, chills and gripp and hav
taken lots of trash of no account bu
nrollt to tho vendor. Chamberlain
Cough Ketnedy is thu only thing that
hns dono anv good whatever. 1 hav
used one bottle of It mid the chills, col
and grip havo nil left me. I congratu
Into tho manufacturers of an hones!
medicine " For sale bv Hk.nson Ditro
Co., Cottage Umvo. I.yoks ix Aitlk
S'nllro la hcrebv nlvi-li thitt tho unilcr
atencil hns been aMHilnteclnilmltilitritlurnl Hie
resort ctalooIJaincn M. niiapln. OmsiMnl hjr nn or
Bn. made ami enteral of lecortl on the IS day
oi rvnrunry iwi. .n wmtn naving rmun
ttffHinil RAltl ofltulo nro licrobv nnulriMl to 1)1
n-iit llicm vllh proper vouchers lo tlio initu'r
ufirnM at hi, offlrn In IIih Court llotlKOHt Kll-
rciio. OrrKon within six months from the date
.if tht nnt1in.
Dated al Kugone, Oregon this lSlli day of
T). ! Hcbton
Admlntitratorot tltc estate of James M. Clia
K. 0. rotter, attorney for estate
Here is a chance to get your boy
into a paving business on a stnnll
crpital. I have a choice lot of high-
grade Belgian Hares that I will sen
in pairs at very low prices. There
is no need to send to California
when you can get the same thing
hero at home. Lord Britain, Sir
Styles, Ifashoda, Yukon, Red Rover
mid other fashionable strains aic in
stock. V. A. Rankin, Kugene.
1 1 A 1' CLOSED.-
This is the time of year when the
chicken question makes enemies of
former friendly neighbors. There
is but one one side to the oft waged
controversy. The chicken-owner
should keep his chickens on his
otvn premises, the same as bis
horse and cow. Guard.
REMARKABLK CURES OF RHEU
MATISM. From the Vindicator, Rutherfordton,
The editor of tho Vindicator has had
occasion to test the efficacy of Chandler
Iain's nun lsalm twice witiitne most re
tnarkablo results in each case, hirst
with rheumatism in the shoulder from
which he BufTercd excruciating pain to
ten day, which was relieved with two
applications of Tain iialm, riinlung the
pans annexed nun realizing instant
benefit and entiro relief in n very short
time. Second, in rheumatism in thigl
Joint, almost nrostrn'ting him with
severe pain, which wns relieved by two
.i ..i.i.i .:.t. l- i! :
applications, ruuuing wiiu uic iinijuiriit
on retiring at night, and getting up free
from pain. For sale by Benson Druo
Co., Cottage Grove. Lyons & Api-le-
Tho operation of through trains be
tween San Francisco anil Los Angeles,
via Surf and Santa llarbara, will begin
on Sunday, March 31, 11KI1 on the ne.v
Coast Lino two through trains dailv.
Tho Coast Lino Limited leaving each
terminal in tho morning, equipped
with elegant cafe and parlor cars, will
make daylight trips through the most
picturesque, varied and entertaining
scenes on the continent. Inquire of
agents of tho Southern Pacific.
The California Fruit Association
has cornered the entire prune crop
of the state. All prunes not in the
hands of the association, some 4,-
000,000 or 5,000,000 pounds have
been purchased otttricht. The deal
has been underway since the meet
ing iu February, when the mem'
hers of the association authorized
the directors to expend not exceed
ing $200,000 lor advertising and
otherwise advancing the interests
of the combine. The price paid
was less than association figures.
BANKER ROUTS A ROBBER.
J. R. Garrison, Cashier of tho bank of
Tlioruville, Uiilo, hati ueou roubeu 01
health bva serious lung trouble until
he tried Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption. Then ho wrote: "It is
tho best medicine I ever used for a severe
cold or a bad case of lung trouble. I al
ways Lent a bottle on hnnd." Don't
suffer with Couuhs. Colds, or any Throat,
Chest or Lung trouble when you can be
cured bo easily. Only 50c and $1.00,
Trial bottles -free nt Benson Dkuq Co's
FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION.
Suits cleaned and pressed from
51.25 and up according to texture.
Prices in proportion per siiiRle gar
ment. Eugene Steam Cleaning
and Dyeing Works, Geo. E.
Griffith, Agt. .
Mrs. C. K. VaiiDeusen, of Kilbouru,
Wis., was ufllicted with stoinnch trouble
nnd constipation for a long time. She
says, "I have tried many preparations
but none havo done mo the good that
Chamberlain's Stomach and Livor Tab
lets have." These Tablets are for sale nt
ilr.NsoN Dnuo Co's drug store. Trice,
1!5 cents . Samples free.
Notubly among the ploamrcs afforded
bytheShaBta Route is the winter t ri j
to Southern California nnd Arizona
Renewed acquaintance with this section
will ever develop fresh points of interea
and added sources of enjoyment, under
ils sunny skies, in tho variety of its in
duslries, in its prolitic vegetation am
among its numberless resorts of nioutr
tain, shore, valley and plain.
Tho two daily Shasta trains from
I ortlaml to unlilornta nave been re
cently equipped with tho most approve
pattern of standard nnd tourist sleeping
cars, out tn? low rates 01 tare win sun
continue in eu-ict.
Illustrated gu'des to the winter re
sorts of ilif in t ft I Arizon.i maybe
had on application to
C. H. Makkiiam, G . P. A.,
AN INCOME FOR LIFE
3G80 Acrcso Miles Long,
250 Milli n T ns
Richest Gold-Hearing Quratz,
ground by nature's hand into gold
itulen gravel, from 50 to 6co feet in
depth over the entire property,
addition, company owns
in length of river bed, each mile o
which contains tunny million
cold, situated on the Rio Grande
in Taos Co., New-Mexico.
Million Dollars for
So sure arc wo that tho locating of n
few of our Electric Belts will develop
into numerous sales of our Belts nnd
Appliances, that wo nto willing to send
ono free toany sufferer from tho follow.
ing diwases: Cold extremities, Crysto
cele, Female weakness, Kidney coni'
plaint, Leucorrhen, Liver complaint
Paralysir, Lost vitality, Nervousdebijity,
Self nbnso, Worn-out women, Sciatica,
Weak nnd Nervous women, Irregular
menstruation, Impotency, Rheumatism.
Diminutive Shrunken and Undeveloped
Sexual organs, ami L-ntnrrli.
Address for illustrated circular, etc
Sanitarium City Electrical Co., Battle
vioit DR. JORDAN'S oriat!
MUSEUM OF ANATOMY'
1061 UARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
. 'Vjr e.tAnalomlcA! Mm earn
tn taa norm,
Grta'M attraction tn 1A Ctty, 4
the oldrl OpecUMttun ht I'sciao
DR. JORDAN-PniVATE DISEASES
Younr mvn and mlaldle I
tl men who ro atiOVrlDic .
rum lb tUvcU ot routbful IndU- I
prptlnna Br I.. m. ......
jraim. iiaiTiuiBanu MITB1CI Itr Dl I IIT, i Ul I
ru)t-nc.r, ! Jlxh.oUuIIIHcomrll. '
cutloim; NiwrranlurrliWH, lrutilur. i
rUcra, Uuuurrlitru, CJIrt, rnqnr '
of Urliinllnr, He. ny H combination of I
only !Trl fmmllt rtllff. but Dtrmaiitnt
I cure. ih Doctor dora not claim lontform
1 mlracln, but U well known lo be Iilr and I
, aonare I'livalrlan nnrl tiitrronn Mmlnn.
t bu wi,mcmiir uiariBara OK 111. J
i HTMIII.IM tborouchlr erndlcalnj from '
, i" .,.i,hi niiuaui Htuitotnarrary. i
Truaare fitted br an ElDOrL Uadlral '
mrj for Itu il urn. A golclc and raWlml 1
Simiur a-iira, riaaur ana riallllte, bjr
r. Jordan' iprclol iialnlru methoJt.
KVKllV M AST annlrlmMouaulllr.cWrn V
Our Hoiutt vpintoii ot iilicnmplaliil. .
H'awlll OuaranUt a lXIHlTlVS CUBE in I
i crcrr cM W9 una rinn e.
uinauiiaiKiii kiiui; ana uricnr rnraio.
CIIAIUIKS ViHV RKAMSABUX
Treatment pereonallr or br letter.
Write fur llnak. niI.ool'Hr m
HAIIIIIACIU. JfAlLKU KaKB. (AValoablo
boolc for men.) Callorwrlla
DR. JORDAN & CO.. tool Market 81, 8. F.
United State Otllclitl livitovl
MAI) It TO
Commissioner of the U. S.
General Land Office. Washington, D. C.
by a geologist ami mining expert of
world-wide reputation, Prof. Ben
jamin Silliiunn, who spent several
months there, then being connected
with the United States surveying
corps, and in his official report says
"Here are countless millions of
tons of rich gold quartz reduced by
tlie great torces o: nature to a con
dition ready for the application of
f the hydraulic process, while the
entire bed of the Rio Grande for
ver 40 miles is a sluice, on the bars
f which the gold derived from the
earing away ot the gravel banks
has been accumulating for countless
ages, and now lies ready for ex
traction by the most approved
methods of river mining. The
thickness of the Rio Grande eold
ravel exceeds in many places
600 Feet, or nearly tiikhk timhs
that of the like beds iu California,
hile the average value tier cubic
yard is believed to be greater in the
New Mexico beds than in any other
such accumulation yet discovered."
"I have made a recoiiiiaisauce of
the whole of this gravel along the
Rio Grande, and have examined
with all the care possible in the time
at my command. The chaiacter of
the gravel and its contents of gold
Nothing. I am persuaded, since the
discovery of California and Aiis-trala
is comparable for its mensurable rc-
sourses of gold avail ible by the hy
draulic process to ihe deep pmctrs
of the Rio Grande."
Other repoits from eminent rain
ing experts of National reputation
pronounce the property of this coin
pany the richest and most extensive
Capital Stock $2,000,000
Fully Paid and non-assessable, par value
Sl.00 each snare.
One-half the entire capital stock
has been place! in the treasury of
the company as a working capital
To complete necessary ditches and
place 011 the river bed several gold
steam dredges, the company now
A limited number of its shares at
Improved Farms for Sale,
Valuable Town Property, consisting of Business Houses
and Splendid Residences.
I.otHonthe prlnc OituinesH utrcctit.
rMining Claims in Bohemia.
Ahstrnct of title secured nnd guaranteed.
Information ns to the laws governing the disposal of government
How to secure homesteads, timber lands, mining claims, etc.
Propct ty for sale published weekly.
COTTAGU GROV15 iw the second city in I.ane county, Oregon.
Has a population of about 1200. The center of the fiuir points of the
compass when it comes to ingiess or egress. Ilohemin with its vast
mining resources only thirty-five miles south cast, with n good wagon
road leading from the S. P. R. R. depot right here in town. Prospect
ive railroad to the mines. The Coast l?ork of the Willamette river, on
which are situated the Ulack Uutte quicksilver minessixtcen milessouth,
(lows through the center of the city, furnishing abundant water facilities.
It is only a mile and a half to its confluence with Row river, the outlet
of the great timber ranges to the south east. Westward tmvnrd the
coast range is an inexhaiistable supply of timber, interspaced with nu
merous ricn larniing lanus well improved nnd cultivated.
North or south from hereon the S. P. railroad you can rench cither
Portland or San Francisco and be in touch with the whole world on
Water works iu full operation. Klectriclitrhtsand telephone system
iTST The best agricultural lands in Iine count v lie in the vicinity
surrounding Cottage Grove on eitherside, lit for farming or stock raising.
A. Few of cmr Bru-g-runs:
NOTION l'OH PUULIOATION.
United HtidiiN Intl Onioa,
I!t)iol)nrK,Oro., Jn. 10, IVOI.
Nntleo In horuby ti vui thut In com
plltuitx) with tho provltdons o( tho act of
conurei ol Jul))?, 1H78. eiititlod "All
net for tho nln ( tlmhur land in the
HtutfH of Oidllornln. OrrKon, Nevada,
nnd WnnMiiKtiin 'Jurrltury' m x
tumlcd to U tlio I'nlillu I-mitl Btatc by
act of A(iiut I, lHO'J, Jmni's E, Wheiler
of CottiiHoUrnv, county of I.nnu, Uinta
of Orcuon, lute thlt day filed n thlt
olllro hit itworu atatvmvtit Mo. 1402. tor
I thu ptiri'lmao of thoBoulhwMl itf) Quar
I tor ot Section No. at in Toun.hlp No. VI
Hotitli, ltant;o W. writ, nu villi uirir
prool to mow iiiri tnu mnu koiiriii i
more VKlimhhi tor Itn tltnltcr or Hon
tliiin for Bgnitillurnl pnrnoscH, anil li
mtnlilirh hU L'hdm to mid hind htfnra
thu lti uUtur nnd Kccvlvurot thli offlru
at HoHuliuru, On. on Friday the tOth
Ili nauirt ur wltncarca : '
J.I. I'olmur, V, l riitlllnt. V. I).
WIimIm, Orln Roblmon, of Colt ago
Anv nnd ftll prriona clnlmlnR ad
vornult tho nUiTu-dtmcrllxxl Inndi ar
runnvHtMl to flln their rlalnn In till
olllro nn or before auld 20th day of
J. T. ItniixiKf, ItuKlilur.
I 1'JOfi'et front on north fide of Midi.
Htrt'Ct. bv iiIhiiiI .t(X) ft-t't ili i'li. IniiiiiiIiiI
bv river on tho noilh. lloitu of auven
room", burn nnd onllioiirtv. Thin in tho
In1 bnMtit'M location in CottiiKu Urove.
! A now two story roMdrnoi'. nix
rootii!', doctor's olllro, ci'int'it floor with
In ven "I'll ineult' of bons'c. (Ml feet front
on hotith aidoof Jhiin ntrcet by 107 f cot
ccii. Aitloinitii; .M i; iMitonneu. A
very iitlmclivo place f 1700.
I A two Htory finely llniclieii hoime.
eii;ht rixiinx, biiilirootn nnd oiiIIioiikck.
iilcmlhl loeiitton. two lolH in Ijiiii; iiiiiI
l.a ileH iiildition in Hon'.licuHt Cottauu
lirovc. rt ice 1 1 100.
A Two ftory ilwclliiiL' Iioiim ten
riHiini), brick fruit liouce, fruit tre'H, 00
feet front on norlh fidoof .Main Hlreet bv
100 feet deep, corner tironertv. A lino
location for n hotel. Price lL'7oO.
r A two stnry line, nlinont nowdwell-
tm lioiiM-. 0 iiHiniH. Imrn anil oiilhotiHe
complete, three lote. A splendid or
chard of voting bearlni; tn-cn, loclber
w ith l ni pen ami variotiH klnda of IhtiIcb.
.Sitnatiil in bint: ami bamleH nddillon
In KontheiiHt Cotlatiutirove. Price flUOO.
0 A eeneral inercbamlUe "lore nn the
comer of Wall ami lliver Htieet fonlh.
A Hplenilid htock of dry L'DodH, Niot,
hIioch and kciiIh and ladieii fiirtiiHliini!
UihnIh. A kplcmlid iNirualn. I'rice to
bo ilclerniiiled by inventory.
(SoihI new two elm v ilelliii bonne in
tbcirrow im; tow n of rinirinnw. Two loin
cnclo'cil, hcvcniy fiMit front. Four
nt in, Hplendid water facilities1. I'rice
Two Hplemlld lolc on neifind htreet in
Cottage love. I'ricu I'-MO.
300 feel by 100 feet in a Hiibnrlun loon
lion. Natural Hpriiif:, iwk trecH, nil nil
joiniii); foot liilla in weal Cottagu (irovc.
TwolotH in bbx'k '20, IjiuA fjinileic
mill i lion. ) bv 100 feel nepaiately.
JEROME KNOX & CO.
Cts Per Share,
After mile of which, price will be
advanced to $1 per xliarc.
applications suouui ue sent in
promptly. Write for prospectus
iuaKe cuecKS, money oruers paya
Rio Grande Placer
Gold Mining Co.
7 Exchange Place, Boston, Mas;.
-- On the Piano.
A late GuAiiyn Gkkman Mutji-
od of Music is now being taught at
the C. P. Manse by.
Mrs. L.D. IBeck.
Recitals will be given at proper
intervals, thus giving parentsan op
portunity to note progress.
50 cents per lesson, 30 minutes each
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General Passenger Agent,
NOTICli I 0U I'UHUUATION.
Uniteil .Suie Lnn OlTlro,
Ilo.clnir.', Orr , lire., 'Si, HKH).
Notice 1 litreliy slxen l.lut In com
pllmice with tlip provialmia nf ilif art u
uonxiri- of Jiiiii- 3, I87H, (lilillcii "An
net fr tin aiilrtif tlnibrr lamia Iu tli
tjtnic f Cnlifurn)., Orrpmi, NrvaHa.
unil Waphbiglnn Trrrllnrv," aa .xlrndr J
tti all tlir 1'nblir IjiiiI blatra by art t
Annual 4, I.SH-.'. KinlrrirkT. Wclin, of
KtiUi'lir, cnnnlv uf l.anr, Stat.nl Dir.
v'nn, baa tlila day (ileal in tliia offic. lii.
worn atalvinriit No. 1:158. for the pur.
clinrt of llic NK '! of Srclion No. 10 In
tiiwniliip tin. LI) H, liauyr No. 7 V. al!
mHI oirrr jinaif lo allow that the laml
"ouylil it more valunblo for fta llmbtr or
tour ttiHii for MKricnltnral pnritoa.a.
11ml to rxtubliab bii claim toialil lanii
Mote lln ItrvMrr and Itcrfirrr of thla
olllce at ltofclm g, Oretton on Frldar,
thr Ktb iIhy of March, 10UI.
He DHinra aa nitncaim:
Jumt-a N. Kuinllc, II. liana I!rr
alroni, licor.'O W. Ilrecillhc, II. (J.
Iliiniion, of KuKenr, Otrgnn.
Anv and nil pcrionn cinlmine ad
vcrncly the nbovt-ileacribrd landa ar
rcoill'stwl to tlio Ihfir rial ma In llila
oflice on or before nld Bt It day of March,
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-SB STEVENS RIFLES AND PISTOLS an-1
it 1IAVJ-; Oil nous uu.i aa iuib ttLtlillATtO FOR TIIEIB EXTItEUIACCl'lUCT '
Tlstol with two 3Tcvtw-txoo MooaTwctrPBTx.1,
2 lengths of barrel, G anil 10 inches. Jiveru
one yuarantcca. x'ricc, wostpald, .jift.UU with
t 0-tnch barrel i with 10-lnch barrel.
iro malso a full line of rifles; Price, from $0.00
t ujnvanls. Every arm wo turn out is warranted
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SOUTH AND KAST
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Trains lenve Cottage Grovo for Tort-
hindiind wny atntlona al 2:H a m and
Lv Portland 8 :30 a m 8 :30 p m
" Cottage Orovo 2:67 pn 2:00 a m
Ar Aahlniid 12:56 n m 12-35 p ni
" Sacnimcnto G;10pin 6:00 am
" San 1'ranciBco 7.45 p tn 8:45 n ni
' Oeden 4 :65 a ni 7:0Hnm
"Denver 0:30 nm 9.16 n in
7 25 nm 7:25 a ni
7H2 ii m 8:30 p tn
2:00 pin 8.06 am
0:00 pm 0:00 put
0:30 am 0:30 am
7:00 a ni 7:00 am
0:30 pm 0:30 pin
0:i"2am 0:2 am
12:10 pm 12:10 pm
I'ullmail nnd Tourlata mra nn twill.
train.. Chair can Sacramento to Ogdfn
Htid Kl Taao, and touriit ciira to Chicago
8t Louis, New Orleans nnd Waahington.
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" Kuuttua city
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" Kl I'aio
" Fort AVorth
" City of Mexico
" New Orlenna
" New York
Geo. Bohlnian, tho up-to-date tailor.
will aliow you goods, all shades and nil
prices. Think of It. A tailor mad.
suit for (0 and up I Poiita 4 and up,