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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1901)
Some Dlillncllon In Thtl.
Don't lot my refusal of your jiro'
ixmul embitter you, Mr, Hiiiipkin.
lie Oil, not nil. After nil, it U
.onuitliliic to luivo lioon relented liv
lrl who owns n $500 dog. Detroit
Nolhlnif- New In Thtl,
"Vim rnn'l itllimitn tliu iiilrnctnii In
tlio Illulo, intin, why Jiiflt consider
tlui raising or iMmrxm"
"Humphl I'vi soon people rnlnod
imt linvi Iioimi ilrmd Iniiirnr lliiiri I.n.
arus. Why my wlfo milieu Cain every
iinvl" Denver Timed.
Do$t of Alaiki.
Tim ,l,nm nf A littf ii um pnllfil tiiiilii
llllllin, 4 tivjf inn ii iiiunn irvinim, ,
dog mill u wolf mid work in harness
noun aftor birth. They do not lmrk,
tin t. Imvo n peculiar howl. Tlioy
....... I'll..!, .. tl HIMUH I Jll UllinO
liiivo long nnir nun can sionp in mi
111. , I, ............ ...... I'M .1..
UJ'tll 111(11 frill, . lll'l iiiifiiiui I I l.rilil-
green holow roro. Their usual food it
llsli and seal blubber. They uro fed
I .. I , ..!.-!.
oneo ll liny, usually lit nigiii.
Ilrooklj-n, N, V Nor, I.Hh. -A Mnlirm
authority sarai "Ih many families ihtoiiKhiHii
tliu world (Urllcl'l Tt a often lust's Hie plaee l
iln tamlly physician, for trriU-nll oirrymif
suffers at limes (wind l.nilcro( suimai ti, liver,
kiilnry or bonds. I cilnliily li'im in "llinr
medicine roll such kimhI mull. iu obtaini-d.
'rhi lli-rti remedy make til well, Unit
yreativ iiicrrasuiK incir eaiacur uir enjoying
life, il la good fur young ami old."
Ilodrlck Tlioy bow tlmt lloalccr
was held up by. masked men tho
Vun Albort Yen; It wns tit tliu nuts
ntiorado bnll. If thuy hadn't hold
him up ho'd novor got homo. Chi
cago Dally News.
l-ong llvo thu King I Th Kinir in
Wlinrd Oil; 1'uiii his enemies, whom
Wife I had to got a policeman to
put out the cook.
Husband (tone, in she?
"Oh, no. Ho proved to Ik) her
boit follow, and tlioy 'ro both waiting
for you in tho back hull." Life.
Arthur Has tho widow given you
any reason to hope?
Cheater Yim ; slio told mo last
nlKht that I reminded her of the
only husband she hnd over really
rTQ Fsrmsnenlly Curl. l.'o Ms or nsrToDs
rllO ,n.rnr.i ' i,nfir Mm.'.Orr.t S.r
IlMUrr. fl'tvl fur PltlSIC Si. 00 Irl.l l-.tllo.uJ iikv
to. Ua.lMI.Kiisi.i.ni..vii rt h at,, f hlU.1,1 phis. I'a-
I.ittlo Girl Please, innmuia, can I
hold tho baby for awhile?
Mother No, dear; you're too lit
tle. You'd let him fall.
J.ittln Girl Well, mamma, can I
have him when lie's worn out?
IJISllTr tKrr mti, nomnn and child suffer
M nti I p II1" win, colli". inm. croup, pneu
IIhIIIL UmonUurrunauiuptlon lowrll lit.
Amrrlcun I.imv llnlm Ud C'o.,Cliluiiouf
"I am afraid Wiggins hosmct with
"What makes you think so."
"Ho goes alKiut with a gloomy look,
Bayirrg there is no such thing us dis
interested friendship. That is almost
a Biiro sign that a man has been try
ing to borrow mono;." Exchange.
I nm (lire Pirn's Cure for Consumption
inrtd my life three yenr i. Mus Tno.
ItoniiiKs. Maple street, Norwich, N. 1.,
Feb. J7, 1000.
Mny Ilavo you heard of Clara's
Hello No. What is itT
"Now that they aro married they
ltavo to retrench awfully to mako up
tho money ho wasted whilo courting
her. " Life.
Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Booth.
Ing Syrup the beat remedy to ue for their
children during the teething period.
The Hour Was Late.
"Now MoHrano has more good
Bonso than anyone I know " con
tinued Mr. Staylato. "I toll you,
he's tho coming man."
"il ho has all tho fonso you say,"
remarked Miss Peppery, making an
effort to suppress a yawn, "I should
think ho would le the going man at
this hour." Philadelphia Press.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
Academic and Colloglnto Halls.
COUHSES-CUaalcal, Literary. Bclentiflo and
Commercial. Kor particulars apply to
REV. E. P. MURPHY, President,
Unlvorilty 1'ark, Portland, Oregon.
ct UniRn'q School for Girls,
Thirty-third year. Commodloua build
SJ&tntfi reopen oe 'icmust . . .
MIB3 nt.itAMOB TKB11ETT8, Principal.
M iVtlma. ' Bold py irtirg.tl. JKL.
iiirnMriTTirriT r IT - T 1 1! H ri il f "l h'lWitfr
'FINE8TLAND OUT OF DOORS."
Million, of Xcre of Cnrindluu Trrrl
inrjr Ho l)e.crll,(l ,y 1riivlri-.
U A. I In mil ton mid IjhkI Coinuils.
sloiicr Uilllln have nirlved In Winnipeg
lifter it three weokV drive tlirougli WW
miles of what Mr. Hamilton says mi
Aiiierlenn would en II "the Uncut block
of land that lies out of doors." Thin
hind comprise about arMKKMKX) acres
mid was covered by two men from Wc
tiisldwlu through lliitlleroid east, north
to tlio Vermilion f,n Iccm, across Into the
lllnekfoot 11111m. then to tho HiisKntcho
wan Itlver. from there noutli to tho
TrnppliiK Uka district and east ngnln
"The object of our Journey." unld Mr.
nnmllloii. speaking to a Free Press re
porter, "wiim to note the resources and
progress of this district for Intending
settlers. Mr. (Jrlllln hntl not been over
this ground In.fore mid It was to him n
trip of great value on this account.
What we saw coiillrms the view 1 have
taken (hut here lies one or the richest
tracts of liiml In the world. We found
tlmt settlers have pushed their way In
anil are located not only on hind all
nlong the railway, hut 10 miles on each
side of It. The soil In nil parts we saw
Is of tho richest, and timber and water
plentiful, except nn eastern tri.vt lying
south of Knglu Hills, where timber Is
scarce. In the Itnttleford district, ly
ing 11!) miles from the railway, we
found excellent llchls of grain being
grown, but In the majority of the faith'
est districts cattle rnlslut: is tho chief
Industry.- Bottlers are pushing their
way out rrom Calgary mid Kiliiumtoii
east as far as the Ililcl; Lukes. I (XI
miles from the nillwny."
(lame throughout this district. Mr
Hamilton states, was very plentiful
In fact, too ttli-nt Ifnl "Wn u'i'w tnifi
that the pralr.e clr.clious were so thick."
sum .Mr. Hamilton. "Unit disease
among them had developed anil they.
were urine off In tliotHnnds. This I
nm told, occurs about every seven
years, when the rnviiKcs of the disease
are much more destructive tlmii that
wrought by the hunters after featlieied
game. There Is no scarcity of fresh
meats, however, nml In inanv of tho
farming districts or ranching properties
the owner has his own game preserves.
"On this tract of 'ir,.0K).!HT) acres
there Is no reason." concluded Mr.
Hamilton, according to the Winnipeg
Free Tress, "whv WHJ.OOO.OGO tuishcls
of wheat could not be raised and this
will he the case somo day not far dis
FOOTBALL STAR MARRIES.
New Jersey society wns greatly Inter
ested In the wedding of Miss lllr.nbeth
8111 to William Heath Itamiard. ICvcry
Princeton man who hits watched
"Hilly" Hannnrd, the best lialfhnck who
ever wore the Tiger stripes of old Nns-
snu. make his twenty-live yards around
the end toward the Valo goal line will
congratulate htm upon winning one of
tho prettiest of tjio younger society set
of New Jersey.
mm Is n crnrinnto of 'the Woman s
Colletro of Haltlmoro and n member of
the (Jnmtna Phi Heta, n leading wom
an's collego fraternity. Tho Driuo is
fnll nml ernocful. with chestnut hair
nnd dark eyes. Her collego populnrlty
followed her when sho enme tiomo rrom
Ilaltlmore and uiado her debut two sea
Turned tlio Tables.
A lecturer was once descanting on the
mnnrinritv of nature over art. when nn
irreverent listener In the audience fired
that old question at him:
"How would you iook, sir, wuuoui
"Young mnn," instantly repucu too
lecturer, pointing his finger nt him,
"you have furnished me nn apt Illustra
tion for my argument. My baldness
con bo traced to the artificial habits of
our modem civilization, while the wig
I am wearing" here ho raiscu nis voice
till tho windows shook "is tnnue or
Tho nudlcnco testified Its appreciation
of tho point by loud, oppmuso, nnu mo
epeaker was not Interrupted again.
A Heal WeoplriR Willow.
r 4l.o niirlnaltlos of nn Kllcllsh
uiiu' : .. ..
residence of nobility Is a weeping wll-
low mndo of copper, mm u uuiwiuus
tv fashioned that nt a distance it ro-
aembles n real tree. It Is actually n
shower bath, for, uy pressiug u --crei
button, a tiny sprny of water can bo
,i iirt forth from ovcry branch
Ulliuv ' . .
nnd twig, to tho discomfort of any who
may bo under it.
Nearest Approach to tho Poles.
Explorers novo approached within
nn nf tim norm note, out iuo
nearest approach to tho south has been
When a man quits abusing his rival
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I gga "E. Rice, arcenvllle," J. T" "Good Luck," vf M J
I C'jj "Cross Bow," "Old Honesty," Brandy wine,"
H f'irZIr "Jolly Tar," "Standard Navy," "Planet," "Nep- "a rjMMJ I
I tune," Razor," "Tennessee Cross Tie," "Granger gp- "fev I
I (Two" Granger Twin " Uga belnc equal to one of others mentioned.)
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Hj rtMiHrnn stouts. 1 5f eg eAHT
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I PS '"SffK FOR 1902 II 1 M,J?Z. I
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containing Tags, and send them and requests for Presents to Wm I
- y c. Hy. BROWN, F7a77. 1
"JC St. Louis, Mo. -' tifi'j e: B
rater 'You aro very forwnrd, sir.
In my day tho young man waited
until ho was asked to call.
Young Man Yes.nnd now ho woits
until lio's askod not to call.
MORE THAN HALF A CENTURY
AM BACK OF
BEAEIK5 THIS TRADE MARK
ON a-ALB EVtarWHERE. -
BEWARE, or in II M IONJ,
AHOWINQ PULL LINS
Of AND HA13.
A.d.TOWEKCO..PP3TON.iylA35. 41 t
THE STAR OF STARS
Has ball bearing In turn-table.
Tumi fruolv tn llm wind.
Hall U-arlngt tliruit In wheel,. Inmirlns
llsliieat rnnnln; (jualltlen, nnd reserving
greiueit amount of power tor pumping.
Oalvanlied aficr making. J'ut toucthcr
with Kalvunlietl bolta, di.nl.le-nuttoJ; no
(art can rust or get loose and rattle.
Wcltrht regulator; perfect ri'Kiilatlon. No
sprlUK 10 rh anno teni-lo 1 with every change
c temperature, and crow weaker with age.
Ilepalrs aftvnys on hau l.
These Ihlnps are woith money to vou.
Then why not buy a BTAHT
& STAVER CO.
Why Pay High Prices?
For WATCHES, DIAMONDS and JEWELRY when you can buy nn
redeemed pledges for Amount of Money Loaned with interest at the
Portland Loan Office, 'VoSSSook.
New Jewelry at 40-pcr cent, lowor
The Cheerful Wight. .
"Yes, lio's always happy when he's
bunting for worfc."
"What n cheerful disposition.
And is ho nover discouraged, novcr
"Only when ho finds it." Phila
fcure relief ii on liquor, opium and tobaaa J
bablU. Senator particulars to
Moved to 4 40 WIMIiiin
Avfl.i 1'ortlaml, Oregon.
x. r. -s. 11.
IIKK wrltlnr tt, adverttiers plcosu
vueutlDU this paper.
than at any Jewelry 8toro In Portland.
Local Agant Wanted.
WANTED A local agent in each
township to sell our up-to-date
publications. Good remuneration
and e ten civ employment. Address,
UNION PUBLISHING, CO.,
Koom 10, Lewis WdK.,
Cor. Sth and Morrison St J., I'OHTLAND, OltE.
JOHN POOLB, Portland, Oregon,
Toot ot Morrison Streak
Can five you tho best bargains In
BiiL-iriea. 1'lutvs. lioilera and Engines,
Wiipimllls and Pumps and General
Machinery. 6ee us before, buying,
Patents Send no Money
But a model or drawing wllh n description,
a il we will advlsv v. 11. J. 8. Duffle Err?r?
fct'o., (Dept, A) Washington, U C lCG
It lo a sign that ho uas ma rivai uiwu.