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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 16, 1901)
A MIN'ISTKlt'S GOOD WORK.
"1 1 mil it severe nttnck of bilious colli,
got it bottle of ChiiiiibortHin's Colic,
Cholera untl Diarrhoea Hemedy, took
two doing Hiul wus entirely cured," my
Jtev. A. A. Power, of Kmpoiln, Kan.
"Sly nolghlKir across the street whs sick
for over n week, had two or three bottle
of niedlolne from the doctor.
them for three or fonr days without re-
llf, tlion called In another doctor who
treated him for some days and gave him
no relief, so discharged him. 1 went
ovar to eo him the next morning. He
Mfit his bowelawero In n terrible tlx,
tliflt thoy had been running otro long
that It whs almost bloody tlux. lacked
1,1m if he had tried Chamberlain', Colic.
Cholom nnl DlHrrhoen lten.ody ami he
wild, 'No ' I went home and brought
him my bottle and gave him one doe;
told him to take another dee In fifteen
.... . ...1. ........ If t. .1,.) ,.rtt Hml r.
or twenty minutes If he did not find re
lief, but he took no more and was en
tirely cured." Forsalo by Ursmx Dhito
Co., Cottage Grove,
Lyons A Awlk-
ASTOUNDED TI1K KDITOIt.
Kditor S. A. Brown, of Bennettsville,
s. n. una ntipo imnionsclv surprised.
Through long suffering from Dyiopsa, limine the foot held invitingly up
he wriios, ".My wife was greatly ruii for inspection. The result of the
down. She had no strength or vigor cxamjnation was the discovery of a
and suffered great dhtrete . from her , ., ,rf . fa frofe, lhe
stomach, but she tried Klectrtc Hitters , .
which helped her at once, and after use-, cause of the lameness, which Mr.
ing four bottles, she was entirely well, .Edgar removed. Mr. Drumtnond
can ent anything. Its a grand tonic, generally had his horses shod at
and its gentle laxative qualities ro,Edgnr.s si,op and tj,e suffering
splendid for torpid liver." For Indi-, undoubtedlv reasoned that
restion, Loss of Appetite, Stomach and e
Liver troubles its a positive, guaranteed . this was the place for him to go for
OnlvoOeutllESso.v URfo U)s.
NoUbly among the pleasures afforded
by the Shasta Konto is the winter trip
to Southern California and Arizona,
ltenowed acquaintance with this section
will ever develop fresh points of interest
and added sources of enjoyment, under
its sunny skies, in tne vartetvolits in
dustries, in its prolific vegetation and
among its numberless resorts of moun
tain, shore, valley and plain.
Tim turn AsAW Shnstn trains from
Portland to California have been re
cently equipped with the most approved
pattern of standard and tourist sleeping
ears, but tht low rates of fare will still
continue in ci.ct.
Illustrated gi.Wes to the winter re
ports of till i i il Arizona may be
had on application to
C. il. Makkiiam, G . P. A.,
THEIR SECRET IS OUT.
All Sadieville, Ky., was curious to
learn the cause of the vast improvement
in the health of Mrs. S. P. Whittaker,
who had for a long time endured untold
fullering from a chronic bronchial
trouble. "Its all due to Dr. King's New
Discovery," writes her husband. "It
completely cured her and also cured our
littlegrand-danghter of a severe attack
of Whooping Cough." It positively
cures Cough?, Colds, LaGrippe, Bron
chitis, all Throat and Lung troubles.
Guaranteed bottles 60c and $ 1.00. Trial
ibottles free at Bexsox Deuo Co's. drug
"Through the mouths of June and
July our baby was teething and took a
running oft of the bowels and sickness of
tho stomach," says O. P. 31. Hollidav,
of Demi tig, I nd. "His bowels would
move from five to eight times n day. I
had a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the
house and gave him four drops in a tea
spoonful of water and he got better at
once. -Sold by Benson Vuva Co.. Cot
tageroye. Lvoxh & Awi.eoatk, Drain.
The laws of health require that the
bowels move once each day and one of
the penalties for violating this law is
piles. Keep your bowels regular by
taking n dose of Camberhiin's Stomach
and Liver Tablets when necessary and
you will never have that severe punish
ment inflicted upon yon. Price 25 cents.
For sale by Bknbox Diiuo Co.
' 3Iy baby was terribly sick with tho
diarrhoea," says J. H. Doak, of Williams,
Oregon. "We were unable to euro him
with the doctor's assistance, and as a last
resort wc tried Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I am
happy to say it gavo immediate relief
and a complete cure." For sale by Bbn-
sox Dituo Co., Cottage Grove. Lyons &
WHAT A TALE IT TELLS.
If that mirror of yours shows a
wretched, sallow complexion, a jaun
diced look, moth patches and blotches
on the skin, its liver trouble; but Dr.
King's Now Lifo Pills regulate the liver,
purify tho blood, givo clear skin, rosy
cheeks, rich completion. Only 25c at
Be.nbox Ditua Co's drug store.
TO SAVE-HER CHILD
From frightful disfigurement Mrs.
Nnnnio Galleger, f LaGrnnge, Gu., np-.
plied Uueklen's Arnica Salvo to great
sores on her head and faco, and writes
its quick euro exceeded all her hopes.
It works wonders in Sores, Bruises,
Skin Eruptions, Cuts, Burns, Scalds
and Piles. -'5c. Cure guaranteed by
ity'iSKKdx Drtuo Co. druggist.
' Subscribe for the yttyyet.
THAT HORSES REASON.
A laumrknble instnucc of equine
sagacity was exhibited recently
which is testified to by several re
liable witnesses. Thomas Drum
1 m01Hi a tmistcr of Ifinesvillc,
j s reifttwj by the Gazette of
I ...i,:i, i,
! ci. own a horse winch has
been afflicted with lameness for two
or three weeks. One morning Mr.
1 Drmnmond turned him out upon
,hecom,uon hoping that fresh air
. ',. . ;
cCIse t the a.
nal. Upon gaming his liberty the
crippled horse hobbled along on
three lees direct to the blacksmith
op of William Kdger, entered the
shoeing deportment and stood there
holding up his injured foot, with
his head turned- and his eyes in
telligently fixed upon Mr. Kdgar.
This peculiar act upon the part of
the animal attracted Mr. Edgar's
attention and induced him to cx-
irenei. nquuie intelligence, accoru-
I ing to the common acceptance of
the term, is not so rare.
QUEEN OF MONEYMAKERS,
(From Profitable Advertising)
The American hen lias to a cer
tain degree come into her own. By
the poultry press she has been
crowned the "queen of money
makers." Statistics of the most
imposing kind have been piled up
in great array to demonstrate her
earning capacity. While the cen
sus bureau has not attempted to
collect poultry statistics as thor
oughly as it might, and while the
statistical bureau of the national
agricultural department has not at
tached the importance to the in
dustry which those most interested
in it think it deserves, still, there is
sufficient reliable data at hand to
show that the poultry products of
the United States reach very nearly
the $300,000,000 mark annually
Every year the setting hen and the
busy incubator, between them.
turn out 3,500,000,000 chicks
which live long enough to reach
the market in one form or another,
while the annual egg crop is fully
BUTTER AND CHEESE.
Farmers are Making Money on
Products of the Dairy at the
Butter having sold for about, 17
cents a pound all summer, shows a
good, healthy. tone in the market
generally, although at timesiWbas
been a trifle lagging. At ,this
figure it is said creamery and dairy
men can make money by the
"barrelful," as one commission man
remarked today. While he may
be a little off on the barrel propo
sition, it is generally contended
that farmers producing butter at
17 cents a pound do much better
than on wheat at an average price.
The demand, too, for Oregon but
ter has been and continues very
good throughout theuorth and east
and 011 the average of 24,000
pounds are handled weekly through
Portland. This speaks volumes in
favor Ait- diversified farming, a sub
ject now being given considerable
attention by farmeis in the Wil
lamette valley. Cheese is also a
commodity meeting with ready de
mand, and manufacturers are
pleased with the outlook.
CLOVER FOR STOCK.
If one could raise good crops every
Wear of clover and corn, there would
be little difficulty in providing
stock with suitable food, says a
Michigan farmer. Clover I regard
as a double ration, taking the place
really of hay and grain. It is pos
sible to winter horses and 'stock on'
clover alone without producing any
ill effects or reducing them uiuc'd iu
weight and strength. This I would
not advocate except as an experi
ment or in an emergency. What
our stock needs is variety, and
while clover might supply both hay
and grain constituents there would
be the possibility of inducing sick
ness and poor appetite from the
lack of variety. Clover, of course,
produces a direct beneficial effect
upon the soil and' adds to it more
than the corn take away. Per
sistent cultivation of corn on any
field must in time reduce the soil
fertility to such a low point that
succeeding props will suffer. With
clover as a part of a rotation there
would be little chance of such soil
What iiirnt people want is pomcthing
; mild ami gentle, when in newt of a
plivHc. Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets till the hill to a dot. They
Hie easy to take and pleasant in olfVcl.
For sale bv Bkxsox Dituo Co.
IIK GOOU TO YOUKSKI.K.
You certainly have a good opinion
;of your physician's judgment, or
you would not consult him. Then
do him the justice to carefully con
sider the compounding of his pre
scriptious. The Benson Drug Co.
select nothing but the best and
most pure drugs in the market, and
make a specialty of carefully com
pounding prescriptions. Be good
to yourself by taking your physi
cian's prescription to the Benson
Drug Co. and rest assured you will
get the best to be had in the market.
So sure are wo' that tho locating of 11
few of our Electric Belts will develop
into niimerotiM sales of our Belts and
Appliances, that we Hie willing to send
one tree 10 any suuerer irom me ionmv
ing diseases:" Cold extremities, Crystit
eele. Female weakness, Kiducv coim
plaint, Leucorrhea, Liver complaint.
Paralvsir, Lost vitality, Ncrvousdehility,
Self alnise. Worn-nut women, SViutica,
Weak and Nervous women, Iriegular
menstruation, Im(otcnry, Rheumatism.
Diminutive snruiiuen ami undeveloped
Sexual organs, and Catarrh.
Address for illustrated circular, etc..
Sanitarium City Electrical Co., Buttle
N. D. HARDY, Mgr.
Newly Furnished and up
to date in all Respects.
A trial will convince von that our
meals, beds and service are the best in
Main St., near depot.
COTTAMK (iROVK, OKKCIOX.
"On the Piano.
A late Ornrtol German Jtttbol of Mulc
in now being taught at the C. I'.Mame by
Mrs. Ij.D. Beck.
Itecllali will lie Klven at proper Intcrralu
thu Riving parent! an opiiortnolty to note
50 cents per lesson, 30 minutes each
A completo line always in stock
I m durability SjH
a in Ihopopulfvr HtlSjj
8B6 per M. at
When you have that tired feeling run
ning about looking for n resldcnco In
the city, or piece of fanning laud, go to
Jirom'lviiox iV Co. They will give you
immediate relief by t-clltnit you anything
in tho real estate that will please your
fancy or add to your comfort.
We are now prepared to fumiidi all
kinds of bracket, mo Iding, comico,
sash and doors, door and window frames,
windows, pickets, etc.
Woodwork of all kinds umdo and re
paired. Wo will also work rustic, siding,
ceiling or sine studding, eto.
SHOP Nl-AR S. P. DI'POT
In the spring time, gentle Annie
There'sn smell In the luck yuiit
And an odor In our city
That hits the stranger hard.
P's an argument for sewumgo
But there is another plan;
You en 11 goto the New Era Drug Store
And you may buy a can of Chloride
Its very flno
Take it In time
Don't loeu dollar
To save a dime.
Call etiriy and avoid the rush.
Jlrcliititt A Xclnon, JTcw lira
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Trains leave Cottage Grnvo for Port
land and way stations at 2:1-1 a in mid
I -: p 111.
Lv Portland 8:30 a m
" Cottage Grove '-':f7 p m
Ar Ashland 2:hhi m
" SHcramento 5:10 p 111
8:.'I0 p in
r:(H) a 111
8 -AH a m
7:00 a 111
8:H0 p 111
8 AVt n 111
0:00 p 111
Jl.'f.O n tn
7:00 a 111
(l:::o p 111
" San I-'rniicisco
" Kansas city
" Chicago ' .
" I,os Angeles
" El Paso
" Tort Worth
7 .-ll p in
A :rV a lit
7 'Mi a m
7 H'J 11 m
0:00 11 m
0:.'10 11 m
" City of Mexico 1 1 :80 a in
" Houston 7:00n m
" New Orleans 0:30 pm
"New York 12:10 pin
Pullman and Tourists cars 1111 hot I
trains. Chair cars Sacramento to Outlet)
and El Pnso, and tourist cars to Chicago
St Louis, New Orleans and Washington.
Connecting at Son Francisco with Hit
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Etll 171,1! " I Ull III Qi 1 1 1' IlllVn IWI J IVIIMIIIIII.
Japan, China, Phillipincs, Central ami
See iicent at Cottago Grove station, or
C. II. Maiik-uam, G I. A.
'vioit DR. JORDAN'S amuvH
MUSEUM OF ANATOMY
1051 MARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
riJtlwm Sink aa4 8r.alk.J
Tnelarcnt Anatomical ZItucum
In tbe World.
Greatest attraction tn tht City. J.
tooivlerut Might jor visitors.
Wraknewi, or ancnntrnct.
td iHms0,imJ 1 J Tly rurril Inr
tho uldet Hpirlallt mi Hi. I'nctflo
CoaiL ISftUulblird, 14 yorj.
UH. dUHUAN-riaVAH DISEASES X
Young ram and mlildln
jib-uI Mien who nro ftiilfcrli'if A
(rum Ilia HlVctn ot )-oiithtiil lndU- r
creuuui or exrrw in mmurer .
yeart. If crvinn unit phrilrni lrlilllo,Im. (
)iilrno.v, I.oul JIniliuoil limit Itacompll.
LMttoiin; NierniHlri-litji, ii'iihiiiui-. I
i-lnrn.CloiiorrlKcii, Jltri, Frriniiif '
if III liinlliic. Ily it comiilimtloii of i
rfmMli'ii.otKri-iitcurnllVM power, (lie Doctor '
linn io nrriuivuil lih treatment tlmtlt will not.
nnlv atfurd fmmedfutA ri-lli-f. hut nurmaiiiiiit I
i cure, tne doctor ciou imtciaim loperiorin
, out 11 won Known to oo a lutr ana
'limlclnn find Hmeeon. nremuiaat
) la lilanDfcliitty Jl-nrn or Jii-n.
. KVI'IIIMH llioroiielilr iTHdtraUd from 1
I tLnaytteiu without lliuuan of Jlerrui-.r. (
Ti iiiwi fitted br on Kxpsrt. llncllenl 1
cure for Ituitnie). A quick itml radical i
cure lot lira, Floaurn mul niiltt, tyl
k llr. .Tnntitn,M nn-liil tmln1i. mnltiiula. .
EVKIIT MAN oni.lrlniitoiMwIUrccclvo'
l our luitien opinion l iiiai:ouipiniiir.
11'. will llaurunlrn a POSITIVE CUBS tn f
l tveru case tvg undertake.
conauimtion ntr.n nnn niricurpriviua.
VII AMI UH VKItY JIVASOXAIILK
Trcjimen t pornomill or br loiter.
IVrltA ffir llnolr. IIIII.OUlIIT' OV
I HAItltl Ali:. lUlLUD l'UEli (AVulUOtllC
booK for men.) Call or wrlta
Dlt JORDAN & CO., I0B1 Market 8L, 8. F,
Wo have on hand a Inruo stock of
kiln-dried flooring, celling and rustic in
grades 1 2 and .1. Let us make you
' i ir f r...
S. Now all
Improved Farms for Sale.
Valuable Town Property, consisting of Businsss Houses
and Splendid Residences.
ZtitH on tllfi irhn liitl tiunlnrn ntreetn
Mining Claims in Bohemia.
Alwtntut of title securtl ami guaranteed.
Information as to tho laws governing the dlsHitil of government land).
How to secure homesteads, iIiiiIxt lamls, mining flu 1 in p , etc.
Pioperty fur sale puhlished weekly.
Corr.un: Uuovi: Is the second elty In Iuie county, Oregon. IU a population
of iiIkmiI 1,200. Tho center of the four oiuls of the compass when It come to
Ingress and egiei-s. Itohcmla with Its vast mining resources only thirty-live miles
FOiith east, with ligutsl wagon rotid letitling from theS. P. It. It. depot rln'it licit
In town. Pioxpiettve rallioiul to the mines. The Const Pork of I lie Wlllniiut to
river, on whleh Is situated the llltiek lluttnqiiU'ksllvet mines, sixteen miles south.
Hows through the center of the elty furnishing aliiimltint witter facilities. It is
only a mile and ii half to its conlluenru with How river, the outlet of the great
liinher ranges to the couth cast. Wcslwaid tounnl the coast range Is nn In
exliaustnlilu supply of limber, interspaced with numerous rich farming lauds
well Unproved and cultivated.
North or south from hereon the S. P. railroad you can reach either Portland
or San l'rniicisco and lu In touch with the whole world on short notice.
' Water works in full operation. (Elcutrfn lights mid telephone system complete,
BJkW Tho licst agricultural lauds In Initio county lie In the vicinity surround
ing Cottage liiove on either side, III for farming or slock raising. ',
A. Few X can? Baig-aiiis:
1 l'.'Ofeet front on north sltlo of Main
street, hy about 1100 feet deep, bounded
hy river on the north. House of seven
rooms, Iwrii ami otilhoui'cs. This is the
iiet biminexH location in Cuttiigu Grove.
S A two story finely finished house,
eight rooms, haihnsim and outhouses,
Splendid location, two lots in Long anil
I.tudes addition in southeast Cottage
Grove. Price $1200.
A Two story dwelling house, ten
rooms, brick fruit house, fruit trees, IK)
feet front on north slilool Main street hy
300 feet deep, comer proprrlv. A line
location for a hotel. Pi Ice f27f0.
ft A two story line, almnstuewduell
ing house, II rooms, Itaru and outhouse
complete, 'three lots. A sphtutllil or
chard of voting In'Hrlng trees, together
with grapes mid various kinds of beriles.
Situated in l.oiu: and l.ittides iidililion
In southeast Cottage (irove. Price f 1200.
A splendid ranch of 100, about 00 acres
heavily timbered, balance ensllveleiireil,
never 'falling water supply, about four
utiles wet of Cottage O row. Cash price
f.VK). Almi oth-r terms. Vott will mins
a deal if you oveilook this.
One hundred neri-s Improved land ml-
Joliiing county roii 1 1 nntwiiuirlerof iimilc
west ot uottiigetuove, lying III a
north and south.
Th JiilMidlce of lliln
for the Iwt nf iitlutliin,
lis rely living prUc.
. Wlirn you nccit nnytliinir In tho line of print.
Itilt pliNtMi rcineuiK'r I hut tho mnllniil Ihiaiifflre la
"(Iikh) Work, (limit Mnlerlsl, Mratneta ntul Ilia
puti'ti" Antl tho prlceHsro wllhln thurvsrh of all.
Up-to-date Prlnllne-Thc Kind That Pays.
ASTHMA CURE FREE I
Asthmalenc Brings Instant Relief and Permanent Core
In all Cases.
SENT AHSOIyUTKIvY FRRK ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL.
Thero Is nothing like Astlnnaleno
Instant icllef, even In tho worst caei
when all olse fails.
v ,.i jvihio, j. iicoiuiruu ui over
saw VOtir ailvertisDinnnt Inr flu
tllOUuht VOU lllld
Wo want to send to ovory BiifTeror'a trial trentment of Astlimnlo
similar to the one that cured Mr. Wells, We'll sond it bv mail Prfp'
PAID. AbsoliitAlv Kreii nf niinwu n
t, even on it postal. Never m ml, though yon nredespairing, ho wvor
bad your case, Asthmaleno will reileveaiid euro. Tho worse VoiS
tho moro e tui wo aro to send t. Dn nni. ili,... r.i. .1 . '"l,n." .
i.. 'ri mi im Tiiint, "..m..,'.V.."","J' Milium OnCO.nU.
lirilKHlIlK SJl. xiws. Uliuu, flll'.UlUlftli r.n. 70 I,'o iomi'r. .
N.Y. O tv. Sold bv all Urntrtrihts.
A gootl hiislness place, south side Mrtln
Two splendid lots on second street In
Cottugutirove. Price 210.
iiOOfcct hy 100 feet ill a stiliiirkin lorn,
lion. Niitunil spring, oak trees, all ml
joining foot hills in Meat Cotlugu drove.
Two lots In block 20, 1ing A Lmiilcn
aildltlon, M hy 100 feet srpaialily.
Price 1175. -
A finely finished two story dwelling
house, ten rooms, hath room, cement
stone cellar, witter ami electric lights
iiImhii nine lots fronting on fourth street
ailjoiniiig river in rear, near Christian
church, giK il burn and outhouses. Price
Two good lots nenr rsllrond 100 fret
Htiare. Price $l-.'f.
I'h r mi m; laiiil, well Improved, I mile
from Cottage (irove, adjoining the mini
lv rotnl, In tracts from i to 100 acres,
I'f you want a hiugaln look this up.
Splendid cottsgo on Fourth street, fTMl.
Look this up if you want a btiiguin In n
One hundred acres of Improved lund
Ivlnir in a tract east and isl lthin u
'Uii ter of n mile ol Coltsge tirove, nil-
joining county roan,
JEROME KNOX & CO.
imi.rr lt your itlapmit
ut nny smt sit Undent
Tho Itev. 0. V, WUIXS of Villa Kltlgc. Ill
says: "Yourtrial brittle of Astliinalo'no lecoivct
N condition . I cannot tell vou how thank.
iiuJiCTiim iiiuuuuii iiunveu irom it. l was a
slavo, chained with putrid Boro throat and aitlima
;om It. I wits a A
rbolng cured. I
lio cure of this K
so, usthma, ani)-.
self, hntresolvei tvX.
togive lfatrlal. To my mirprlso tho trlaliietcj
Hkoa charm. Bond mo nfa ll. r.,t i.m i u
' "unv "upi.i
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