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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1901)
FltEKDOH ihlOM D18I2ASE9
Mrs. 0. Wolfer, tlio homo lioalcr, Is
now propm-ed to treat nil itmitnor of tils
I'Hst's with mngnctlsin nnd without tho
iiso of rnctlloino or tho mtrgcon's knife,
io mutter vvhnt your llecuio may bo,
cH8umtloti,winwr or any other trouble
there. Im a euro for you thi-oti:h this
wonderful power. All eases taken wheio
incdlclliohua failed. All ciin bo tro.itwl
at tlielr own homo and through tho until.
Tor further jcirliciiluis write me at my
homo nnd full instructions regarding
tins trontnient will no sent you uy ro
turn mail. Anyone wishing to learn this
wonderful poiencc l will aio tonon tiietn
through mail only. Address nil letters
to Mrs. 0. Wolfor, Tho Homo Huilor,
Trent, Ore., March 31sl, 1000.
Tills is to certify and Is a statement to
all those who may be Buffering from dis
eases or any ills of tho tlesh.
That I have Buffered for the past 13
years with catarrh of the stomach,
which resulted in giving mo at times
tho nervous headache of n most oxeruci-1
nting nnd distressing character. I was
ho weakened that I was unable to per
form any manual labor, my stomach
would not rotain scarcely anv food. In
connection with this malady 1 had rheu
matism for the past six years which
greatly distressed mo when moving
about. I have in vain tried many doc
tors also patent medicines recommended I
to mo by my friend. As a Inst resort I
with but little hopnl called on Mrs. C.
AVolfcr tho magnetic healer of Comstuck,
Oregon, on Dec. 13th, 189V). After re
lating my case to Mrs. Wolfor sho
kindly gave mo assurance that I could
ho healed and began my treatment that
iluy. I improved from tho first, and af
ter takim; two months treatment, lean
say that I am sound and well in every
respect. My trouble of tho stomach and
rheumatism has entirely disappeared as
if by magic. I am now in my CO year of
age and feel liko I did when n young
man. j. uavo taceu no medicine oi any
Klnu since beginning this treatment.
Trent, Ore., March, 31st, 19X).
I wish to make a statement for tho
benefit of parents or those who may be
. . . . . ' . I . Jll it . . . 1 1
KuuemiK in any wnv llie ilia mat an
flesh is heir to. Our littlo girl G months
old was afflicted wi ll scrofula on the
cords of the neck which gave us great
anxiety hardly knowing what to do, in
from our experience doctors seem to
know little of any certain treatment of
fiucli cases. Jlra. U. Woller tlio mag
netic healer of Comstock was in the
ncichborhood nnd wifo and I-decided to
call her in. Mrs. Wolfer informed us
that she was able to treat and cure such
cases. She gavo tho bahv one treat
ment ami the scrofulous stvellinzs soon
disappeared in three days and have not
returned, tins ucing three mouths treat
Mrs. Ola Howard
Mr. Juiix Howard.
A It AGING, ltOAMXO FLOOD.
Washed down a telegraph line which
Clin. C. 15111?.. of Lisbon, In., hnd to
repair. "Standing waist deep In ley
water," ho writes, "gavo mo a terrible
cold and cough. It grew woiso daily.
Finally the boat doctors in Oakland.
Neb., Sioux City and Omaha tald I had
Consumption and could not live. Then
I bt-giiniiainc Dr. King's New Discovery
ami was wholly cuietl by six bottles."
l'tMitivelv guaranteed for Coughs. Colds
and nil Throat and Lung troubles bv
Uexsos Unm Co. Price GOc and if 1.00.
AN INCOME FOR LIFE
3680 AcresQ Miles Long.
250 Milli n T ns
Richest Gold-Bearing Qiirntz,
ground by nature's linud into gold
laden gravel, from 50 to 600 feet in
depth over the entire property. In
GLAS5 ' '
Having permanently located in
Cottage Grove, I will take a few
pupils. Harmony nnd Thorough
Bass a Specialty. Either German addition, company owns
or American method.
Call at residence, North River
Mrs. W. H. Abrams.
Mrs. C. Wolfer, the Home
Healer, will be in Cottage Grove,
on the 27 of each month to remain
until the 29th itist. Consultation
free. Terms lor personal or absent
treatment verv reasonable. Tooth
ache and headache treated free.
All who are sick are invited to call
and consult me. at the Sherwood
Mrs. C. Woi.fer,
The Home Healer.
in length, of river bed, each mile of
which contains many million! of
gold, situated on the Rio Grande,
in Taos Co., New Mexico.
100 Million Dolta
rartics desiring lady to go to the
house and sew by the day, should
consult Mrs. O. Fredericksen. Price
$1.00 per day. Telephone No. 113.
Mrs. O. Frkdbricksen.
Here is a chance to get your boy
into a paying business on a small
pital. I have a choice lot of hiRh-
gtade Belgian Hares that I will sell
The Salem Statesman reports
that growers are making more con
tracts for the sale of hops this
season than they have done for a
number of years. The chief cause
of this is the fact that the price
offered is higher than in any pre
vious year for a long time.
THE BEST REMEDY FOR RHEUMA
TISM. Quick relief from pain.
All who use Chamberlains Pain Balm
for rheumatism are delighted, with the
quick relief from painwhich.it affords
"When speaking of this Mr. D. N. Sinks,
of Troy, Ohio, says: "Some time ago I
hnd a severe attack of rheumatism in
my arm and shoulder. I tried numer
01s remedies but got no relief until I
was recommended by Messrx. Geo. F.
Parsons & Co., druggists of this place, to
try Chamberlain's Vain Balm. They
recommended it so hiuhl v that I bonolit.
I.. T -..til lll-.7.
uuuiiii-. x who auuu reuuvuu ui uu uuiu.
Stead the Proofs:
United States Official Jlcport
Commissioner of the U. S.
General Land Office, Washington, D. C.
by a geologist and mining expert of
world-wide reputation, Prof. Ben
jamin Silliman, who spent several
months there, then being connected
with the United States surveying
corps, and 111 hts official report says
"Here are countless millions of
tons of rich gold quartz reduced by
the ureat forces of nature to a con-
m pairs at very low prices. Ihere dttion ready for the annlication of
ib no iieea to sena to uamornia 01 tue nyurauiic process, while the
when you can get the same thine: entire bed of the Rio Omulo fnr
hen: at home. Lord Britain, Sir over 40 miles is a sluice, on the bars
Styles, I-ashoda, Yukon, Red Rover of which the gold derived from the
and other fashionable strains ate in wearing away ot the cravel 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 gold!
gravel exceeds in many places
600 Feet, or nearly three times
that ot the like beds in California.
while the average value per cubic
yard is believed to be greater in the
iNew Mexico beds than in any other
such accumulation yet discovered:"
"I have made a reconnaisance 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 character of
the gravel and its contents of cold.
Nothing. I am persuaded, since the
We are now prepared to furnish
nil kinds of Brackets, Mouldings,
Cornice, Sash and Doors, Door nnd
Window frames, Screen Doors,
Windows, Pickets, etc.
Woodwork of all kinds made and
repaired. We will also work Moor
ing, Rustic, Siding, Ceiling, or
size Studding, etc.
SHOP NEAR S. P. DEPOT
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Improved Farms for Sale.
Valuable Town Property, consisting of Businsss Houses
nnd Splendid Residences.
I.otn on tin' principal lnulnriHM utrcct.
Mining Claims in Bohemia.
SOUTH AND EAST
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Trains leave Cotlniie Grove for I'ort-
Innd and way editions at 2:1-1 a 111 timl
1 :2I p m.
stock. F. A. Rankin, Eugene.
The operation of through trains be
tween San Francisco and Los .Angeles,
via Surf and Santa Barbara', will begin
on Sunday, March 31,1901 on the now
Coast Lino two through trains dailv.
The Coast Line Limited leaving each
terminal in the 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.
a.-.'io p m
8: Kin m
7 :00 a 111
0.15 p III
7 :2ft 11 m
8 ::J0 p m
8:30 a in
'2:1)7 p 111
5:10 p m
7. 45 p 111
-1 :55 a in
7 25 a 111
7 : 12 a m
2:00 p m
(1:00 n m
(1:30 11 111
1 1 :.!0 a m
7:00 a 111
(t:.t0 p m
(1:12 a In
12:10 p m
Pullman nnd Tonriiils ears
train. Chair ears Sacramento to linden
ami HI Paso, and totiriHt our toChiciiKo
St Louis, New Orh-mis and WaidiiiiKlon.
Coniiectini at San I'lancifco with the
several Mcamshin linen for Honolulu.
J 11 pun, China, riiillipincx, Central ami
Soul 1 1 America.
See uncut at Cuttngo Grove station, or
Cot l:i co Grovo
" San Francisco
" Kansas city
" Ims Angeles
" Kl l'aso
" Fort Worth
"City of Mexico
" New Orleans
" New York
Absttact of title secured and guaranteed.
Information as to the laws governing the disposal of government
How to secure homesteads, timber limits, mining claims, etc.
Property for sale published weekly.
COTTAGE GROVE !h the second city In I.nuc county, Oiegon.
Has a population of about tsoo. The center of the four points of t,e
compass when it comes to ingress or eg t ess. Jlohcinln with its v4St
mining resources only thirty-five miles south east, with n good wngon
road leading from the S. P. R. U. depot right here in town, Prospect.
ivc railrond to the mines. J lie uonst vow 01 tue wiiinmcue river. 011
which arc situated the lllnck Unite iuielisilver mines sixteen milessouth,
(lows through the center of the city, furnishing nliundiint water facilities.
It is only a mile and a half to its continence with Row river, the outlet
of the great timber ranges to the south east. Westward toward the
coast range ii an inexlmustnhle supply of timber, interspaced with tut
meroiis rich farming lands well improved and cultivated.
North or south from hereon the S. P. milroad you can reach either
Portland or San Francisco and be in touch with the whole world on
short notice. .
Water works in full operation. Electric lightsnnd telephone system
jTET" The best agricultural lands in I.aue county lie in the vicinity
surrounding Cottage Grove on either side, fit for farming or stock raising.
.A. .'PeAv oi otir
!1 3 m 'gains
1120 feet front on nmlh fide of .Main
Htrtet, by lut 800 feet di-i-p. bounded
by river on the mirth. Iluimt of mtvi'ii
room. iNirn Hnd mithoiixt'P. Thin Ik the
8.0.) a m I it liimlnoH locution in Cottago Grove,
(1:00 p 111
0:.'W a 111
ll;.'10 a m
7 :00 a m
(I::i0 p in
0:12 a m
12:10 p m
Notiibly among the pleasures afforded
by the Shasta Route is the winter trip discovcrv of California nnHA i.-trnlin
to Southern California and Arizona, is comparable for its measurable re
Renewed acquaintance with this section soUTSts 0f gold available by the hy
wil ever develop fresh points of interest draulic process to the deep placers
and added sources of enjoyment, under of the Rio Grande."
I havo since recommended this litiimon
to many of my friends, who agree with
me mat it Is tho best remedy lor muscu
lar rheumatism In tho market." For
sale by Bexsos Drug .Co., Cottage
drove. Lyons A Applegatb, Drain
Advertise Oregon by every means
possible; cut up those large.tracts
of land all over the state, and make
two farms where we now have one;
encourage manufacturing industries
even if they be small affairs. More
encouragement must and should be
shown new comers. "Help Oregon
to grow and thereby aid yourself as
THE BEST BLOOD PURIFIER.
Tho blood is constantly being purified
by tho lungs, liver and kidney. Keep
these or cans in .1 healthy condition and
tho. bowels regular and you have no
need of a blood purifier. For this pur
poso tlmro is nothing equal to Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, one
tiose 01 mem win no you more good
than a dollar bottle of 'the best blood
jiurilier. Price, 25 cents. Samples
ireo at .dk.sbon uiiuuuo a urug store.
Baker City will vote on the ques
tiou of $100,000 bonds for an elec
tric, light plant and improvement
of its' water system.
HE KEPT HIS LEG.
. Twelve years ago J. W, Sullivan, of
Hartford, Conn., scratched his leg with
11 rusty wire. Inflammation and blood
noisonins set in. For two years ho
Buffered intensely . Then tho best doc
tors urged amputation, "but," ho writes,
"I used one bottle of Eloctrio Bitters
and ) boxes of Bucklen's Arnica
Salvo and in v leg was sound and well aa
over." For Eruptions. Eczema, totter,
Salt Rheum, Sores and till blood dis
orders Electric Bitters has no rival on
earth. Try them Benson Dnua Co.
will guarantee satisfaction or refund
money. Only 60 cents.
its sunny skies, in the variety of its in
dustries, in its prolific vegetation and
among its numberless resorts of moun
tain, shoro, valleyund plain.
The two dailv Shasta trains from
Portland to California havo been re
cently equipped with the most approved
imiu-rii ui ttciiiuaru anu lourisc sleeping n.
cars, but th-Uow rates of faio will still Capital btOCK $2,000,000
continue in eu!ct.
Illustrated gi.'des to the
sons 01 uu ir-1 1 ii Arizona may
nau on application to
C. II. Mabkimm, G . P. A.,
Other reports from eminent min
ing experts of Natioral reputation
pronounce the property of this com
pany the richest and most extensive
winter re- Fully Paid and non-assessablB, par value
na may be , n ...l -l r
ti.uu two inaiB.
Sosurearo wo that tho locating of a
few of our Electric Belts will develop
into numerous sales of our Belts and
Appliances, that wo 1110 willing to send
0110 free to any sufferer from tho follow
ing diseases: Cold extremities, Crytto-
cele, Female weakness, Kidney com
plaint, Leucorrhea, Liver complaint,
Paralysip, Lost vitality, Nervousdebility,
Self abuse, Worn-out women, Sciatica,
eak and Nervous women, Irregular
monstruation, Impotcney, Rheumatism.
Diminutive Shrunken and UndcveloDed
Sexual organs, and Catarrh.
Address for illustrated circular, etc..
.Sanitarium City Electrical Co., llattle
One-half the entire capital stock
has been placed in the treasury of
the company as a working capital.
To complete necessary ditches and
place on the river bed several gold
steam dredges, the company now
A limited number of its shares at
Cts Per Share,
After Bale of which, price will be
advanced to $1 pernhare,
a . . . t
Applications suoutu oe sent in
promptly. Write for prospectus.
Make checks, money orders paya
"If the Oregon legislature liad
done nothing except to pass that
nickle-in-the-slot bill', it would have
been worth all it cost to the young RJ0 Grande Placer
and rising generation. No mode
of gambling wasjever devised and
run openly that was as enticing as
these machines, and nothing ever
taught boj s to become spendthrifts
as quickly as those machines. Tho
state should vote Senator Proebstel
medal for framing the bill.
Gold Mining Co
7 Exchange Place, Boston, Mass.
'TIS EASY TO FEEL GOOD.
Countless thousands havo found - n
blessing to the body in Dr. Klng'sNow
Life Pills, which positively euro Con-
uttr.nttin RUr Tlnn.lnM.n Tll..lnnaB
Jaundice, Malaria, Fovcr and Aguo ami intervals, thus giving parents an op
all Livor and Stomach troubles. Purely ,,lt.,i( tn ..,
ecetable: never gripe or weakon. Onlv "v ""lv- t""'-"
25o at BfiKsoN Daup Co'b drug store. 1 50 cents per lesson, 30 minutes each
r On the Piano.
A late Graded German Meth
od of Music is now being taught at
the C. P. Manse by.
Mrs. X.D. Beck.
Recitals will be given at proper
C. II. M.utKii.iN, G
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Cblracn- Salt l-nke. I enver. Kt.
jcolnl am City, St. Lotiln,
y :13am Chlfujo nnd i n.
AtUnlic ?lt Luke. Ilcnvcr, I-1.
Kxprest Worth, (imntm. Kan.
9jm nnn Oily, Hi Uinln,
Via limit- Ch!ffgo and r nt.
Spokane Wall a Walln, I.eU
Klrcr ton, Siokano, 11 In
6pm Jifapnll. St. I'mil,
Chicago ami Kum.
8 p 111 Oce t N Stea UFIIlrtt
All mllltiK iluic sub
ject 10 rhaniro.
(Sell every odaj-n
Dally Kx. ColumdU HiVkb
8 p in
Saturday To Astoria and Way
10 pm Landing.
CamKx. WiLLAMEmc River
Sunday. Orexoti L'ltr.Nevi'lieri;
Salem and H ay-Land.
7am Willamette am
Tuen.Thur.. Yamhill itivKnn
and Sat. Oregon City, Dayton
Leavo Shake; Uivek
Illparla Itl'urla to l.ewlstoii,
Price $' 100.00.
-A new two story residence, nix
rootiiH.diM'tnr'ii (illli-f, coment tlKr with
driven well iiiHide of house, GO fcttl front
onouth uhluof .Main Mrevt by 107 feel
deep. AiljoiuliiK M K parHtimne. A
very at tractive pliiee I70J. '
3 A two nry llnely llnfuliml hoiiH,
uinlil rtoiiiH, bNlhriNiiii ami oiithouHCH,
S)ieiidiil loeatiou, two loti lit Lmitf and
Ui den Mildlimn in oiiihwii t'ottiiiro
Grove. Price flaw.
I Two slory dwellins houw, ten
room, brick fruit lionm-, fruit treti, 10
feet front oil north Mdenf .Main Hlrttel liv
!i00 fiH't deep, corner pmportv. A Hue
locauon.lor a Hotel. Trice WW.
5 A twoKtnr.v One, nlnioft new dwell
Iiir house, 11 niin, barn ami oiilhom-e
complete, three lotv. A rpleudid or-
elmnl of voiiiik l-nrliiK Irvex, loni llirr
ltd teruti and varloua kind of iM-nlen,
SltiiHtixi tu U1111; mid Iimlrs addiiinu
In aotitlieaot Coltnye Grove. Price IILW.
0 A (,'eneriil tncrchiindlte otoro on lliu
(Hiruerof Wall and Itlver el reel touili.
A 1 I 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 niock of dry koixIh. hoot,
kImk'n ami iM-nlN and Imliiti fnrrilnlilni;
K'ixl. A hplemlid lmri;aln. Prlre to
bv dvletmidiil by inventory.
Good new two utorv dwelling hoime in
lliierimirliiii of Hntilnaw. Two loin
enclosed, n'venty foot front. Four
ro inn, splendid water facllltiin. Price
Two xplendld loin on itfinil street In
CoIIukui rove. Priro '10.
.'lOOfeet by 100 feet In 11 yuhiirUiii loca-ili-n.
iVatliral fpriii, oak IMTf, all sd
ioinlnv fixil hllU In eat Cotluira Grove,
Two lots in block 20, Lour A tamli-ns
Hddilioii. m by loo feet aeixirately.
Price (175. . '
JEROME KNOX & CO.
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