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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1903)
C. J. Howard
Darton C. Y. Urown
. Business Mt'r.
Knleredat the ixlfflee t OntUKe QroTe,
Orel on iHmn'l dm mill nutter.
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Tit IB 1'APKIt ! kept 0)1 Dlatl ETC. lFke'i
jUre rlllnn Atn. (It and A MaivhanM
chtnee, an Frneliof OfcUfe-rtiU. where eon-
jririifor almtlslncen I hmi Hr H.
Friday, May 15, 1903.
The npproachiiiR election brings
to the observing voter the necessity
of a careful comparison of the two
candidates aspiring' for emigres
sional honors 111 which the capa
bilities of each should be weighed.
Aside from all partisan views, the
intelligent man, unfettered by
party traditions, must look within
himself to determine who is the
abler exponent of the public de
mands at Washington, and who
will be the more sucevssful in se
curing direct benefits in the way of
appropriations for the state of Ore
gon. It is a well known fact that the
school of experience in which Mr.
Hermann has so fittingly served,
both 111 congress and in the in
terior department, hasqualified him
in a degree that his opponent, Mr.
Reames cannot assume to approach.
His thirty years as a public servant,
coupled with his recognized ability,
leayes 110 doubt as to his superi
ority in the way of securing in
fluence in congressional legislation.
He will not have to be introduced
as a "freshman" when he enters
the arena, but will go as one
among his peers, armed and
equipped for the fray to do battle
for his constituents.
Mr. Rearaes, though perhaps au
able lawyer for his years, is cer
tainly inexperienced and practically
unknown beyond the sphere of the
judicial circuit of which he is the
prosecuting attorney. His fame or
influence has never reached beyond
these narrow confines, and at
Washington he would be virtually
a stranger in a strange land until
he had served an apprenticeship.
liven tuen nis successtul career
would depend greatly upon acci
dent. In fact he might never be
heard of again.
It is worse than nonsense for the
people of Oregon to expect that
Mr. Reames, an untutored democrat
could gain a point in a republican
congress, especially when his three
co-workers for this state have noth
ing in common with him politically,
and where the administration is di
rectly opposed to every plank
of the platform upon which
he stands. Mr. Reames am
bition is alone responsible for his
sacrifice on the democratic altar.
He has nothing to submit to the
voters other than that he would
like to represent them. He clings
to a platform based on "fundamen
tal principals" but has so far failed
to either expose himself, his po
sition or those "principals" beyond
the fact that he is a democrat.
Oregon, as is witnessed by increas
ing republican majorities, has been
sitting down on these "fundamen
tal principals" of democracy at the
polls for several political seasons
and has harvested substantial re
turns. She should continue to do
so aud have a four-in-hand instead
of a "spike" team in congress.
Mr. Hermann is an untiring
worker as his record shows, he has
been the friend of the people at 1
large, ever willing to accommodate
he highest or the humblest of his
constituents. He is not a native
son in the literal sense of the word,
yet he is a compatriot of the gener
ation preceding the native sons,
which carried the mud that made
the matter of Hermann, republican, m i VfJ A III J I 'P
and Reames, democrit, now before Oil M llllLlj ill
the people of this district for con
gressional honors. Honor bright,
now, shall it be Hermann, the ex
perienced, well posted republican,
or shall it be Reames, the young,
inexperienced democrat, who has
no standing at Wellington, nor
with the rest of the Oregon dele
gation nd who is hardly known
outside of Jackson county? Just
thiuk of this thing a moment,
gentlemen, and you will not be
long in forming yourdecision.
Its Promotors aro nt Work Organizing
the Company and Securing the Vast
Body nt Plr and Cedar Adjacent
CONSTRUCTION t() HUUIN SOON
The democrats will tell you that
Mr. Hermann is not in harmony
' with the administration and that it
will be a great mistake if he is
elected to congress. It is notice
able that it is the democrats who
arc talking this kind of trash. It
would appear that republicans
would be stirring around about it
if there .vas any truth in the re
port. It also appears that about
election time the democrats become
anxiously fearful (.?) lest the re
publicans should do something that
would hurt them. In fact in election
times the democrats always assume
the "guardian angel" role and pro
fess great pity for fear the repub
licans will injure their good cause.
While we should feel grateful for
the careful regard and great sym
pathy dished up to us. still we as
republicans are pleased to advise
our democratic brothers who are in
such great sympathy with us that
they are turning things upside
down to prevent the election of Mr.
Hermann, that we have demon
strated in the past that we are ca
pable of taking care of our own
business, and that on next June we
will again demonstrate it in the
election of Binger Hermann, hands
A new HHwnilll l Ih-Ihi; locntod on
tli ltl Ilriw. much on Hut fiwk
about V mlltw troin the I). & S. K.
inllmml 11 ml about the winio din
tamv from Doronn. The orKiuil-
nation of the company and the nivur
tup of tlmlior, Kitwmlll location ami
yards l Ik'Iuu mnniiKod by Itev. ('.
A. Woole.v of Kitjsono and Win. Horn
ton. -The company at prenent
have very llnttcrltu: proNpeetH and
will hare little trouble In oecurliiir
everything lUKixwitry to make It a
groat HUrtws. An effort Is lielng
made to Induce the O. & S. 15. Co. to
agree to build a spur from the main
Hue to the mill, a dlxtance of one and
one halt mile, but n Mr. IVuikouh,
the suiH'rlntendent of the rond t out
of town It could not be learned what
disposition will 1h miido of thin part
of the outerprlK'
event that the
concludes the exiK'tise too great the
sawmill company will erect a tlimio
through which nil the product will
be iionted to their yards on the
main line and there loaded onto the
O. & S. E. enrx. Cruisers who have
carefully goneover the vast body of
Mr and cedar timber adjacent to the
contemplated locution of thin mill
estimate that the company can get,
with little trouble, over 800,000,000
feet of good saw tlmler. The mill
will liegtn operation with a capacity
of 30.000 to:,000feetlorday. .Messrs.
Wu would like to ask. throuuh the
columns of your imik'r, II there Is
any person who has used (Ireon's
August Klower for thecnivof Indi
gestion. l)ysHpsla, mid I.Ivor
Troubles that has not liecn cured
and we also mean their results, such
as mntr stomach, fermentation of
food, habitual costtveness. nervoim
d.VHH'psla, headaches, despondent
feelings, sleeplessness In fact, uiiv
trouble connected with the stomach
or liver? Thin medicine litis been
sold for ninny years In all clvlllied
countries, and we wish to corre
spond with you and send you one of
our books ttvo of cost. If you never
tried August Flower, try it ttft cent
bottle llrst. We have never known
of Its falllng I(so, something more
serious Is tiie matter with with you.
The Sfi cent sIh has Just Ikvii Intro
duced this year. Itegular sle
cents. AtalldrugglstN. (1. II. Uiii:i:n,
Woodbury, N. .1. itarmau Hem
This Is not a gentle word hut
when you think how Untile you are
not to purchase the only remedy uni
versally known and a remedy that
has had the largest sale of any medi
cine In the world since MIS for the
cure nud treatment of rousiiniptloii
and Throat and I.uug troubles with
out losing Its great popularity all
these yearn, you will lie thinktul we
called your attention to llosclioe'u
Herman Syrup. There aro so many
ordinary cough remedies made by
ilrilirirlsts ntiil hHiim-m that nm rhcao
. however. In the and good for light colds perhaps, hut
railroad company for wvere Coughs, llronchltls, Croup
ami especmiiv mr 1 oiisiiiiipiion,
where there Is dllllciilt expectoration
ami voiighlngdiirlng the nights and
mornings, there Is nothing like Her
man Syrup. The L" cent slie lias Just
Imxmi Introduced this year. Itegular
site ". cents. At nil druggists. !ur
mnn & Heiuenway Co.
Tou Can Be Fashionable
at a moderate expense if yoii
will allow us to lit you out in
and that is all
goods we oiler.
goods is the price,
in favor of the
AT PACIFIC TIMBER CO'S STORE,
Under Odd Fellow's Hall, - COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON.
SILK CREEK ITEMS.
We suppose that ere this the
telephone lines are extended to Lo
rane as the line run reached
Wheeler's mill last Saturday.
Minuie Comer returned Sunday
to her school at Dorena.
Mrs. John Elliott has been quite
seriously ill, but at present writing
is improving somewhat.
Miss Haskins, of Loratie is stay
ing with relatives until she fully
recovers her health.
Rev. Bryan, of Saginaw, preached
a most eloquent sermon last Sunday
to a large and attentive audience at
the school house.
Lectures are still being held at
the Adventist church three times a
weet. ine attendance still con
tinues good and interest does not
seem to flag.
ue irost ot last week was a
deadner to much of the early fruit.
Attys. Kliy and .loluisoii went to
Kugene Wednesday mi legal business
Senator W. 11. Weliriing. of Hills
borough, visited a few davs this
week with Mr. and Mrs. Doe Patter
son. Mr. Wchrtitig Is president ot
the State l-'alr association.
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Houston ami ooiey are now in , hU.,u ,, om )f , ,,olltvr f the
Portland purchasing machinery district came down Inst week from
which will tie shlpiKHl nt once to trio the mines and went on down to IZn
uilll site. They exiect to have the Kent' on business, from where hi? re
ndu monition by the 1st of June. tl,r,lwl Mon''u-v'
Dr. llergin, 1'ana, III., wiitiM: "I
have used Ittillunl' Snow Liniment ; al-
Thc Ilcnson Drug Co. makes a ivavs recommend it to inv friend, at I
specialty of tilling prescriptions. It am' confident there is no hettiir made.
Is no guess work with this house. It is u dandy for burns." Those who
Every prescription tilled Is guaran- live on farms aro etuiec ialtv liable to
teed to tie letter iierfect Just as It inanv accidental ciits,lniriiaiidbriiiM,
Is written. To give your doctor a winch heal rimidlv ulien llallanl's
Liniment is annlied. It should
iv lie kept in the lione for caswi of
me rirenev . LV. BUe ami J 1.00 at sew
pounded. Try Ilcnson Drug To. Kra Drug' Store.
Again the familiar whistle of the ! mlr 8hou' "ml V. 'IT" vo,lr. VV'ly s."'"
,... .. r' recovery, it is highly essential that ala
3ck crusher wakes the echoes of I y0llr prescription be properly com- eiiu-
THIS MEANS ALL
Mr. I'p-to-ilatc Dresser: You art cordially invited to step in the store and
inspect our line of X !iY
Spring Styles in Men's Furnishings
Our Hats are up to date. Our Shoes, both liijj;li and low cut, tire the latest
styles. Our line of Ties consists of the noliliiesl patterns and latest
These arc the most elegant lines that have everliccn shown in L'ottaji drove
RESPECTFULLY JRCF'S SCORG
Must Be Sold
utias. nnu Jess .McHluben were
down from the mines the first of the
It Is rumored that a large brick
building to cost about $5000 Is to lie
built on one of the principal lots
fronting on Main street.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office,
Roseburt;, Oregon. May 2. 1903.
Notice la hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of the act of
Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An
act for the sale of timber lands in the
States of California, Oregon. Nevada and
Washington Territory," as extended to
nil the Public Land States by act of Au
gust 4, 1802,
of Kugene, Co of Lane, State of Ore.,
has this day filed in this office his sworn
statement No. 6057 for the purchase of the
4 N M being Lots 1, 2. 3 and 4 of Sec
No 2, in Tp 21 South, of KangeS W. and
will oiler proof to show that the land
sought is more valuable for Its timber or
stone than for agricultural purposes, and
to establish his claim to said land before
J. J. Walton, V S Commissioner at
Eugene, Oregon, on Saturday thellth
day of July, 1003.
lie names as witnesses :
neorue N. McLean, of Waltervllle.
Lane Co., Ore., Ed Tobey, tieorge M. '&
Miller. Nat um T. Wilson, of Eugene, 'i,
Lane C o , Ore. . ' A
Anv and all nersons claiming advergu- i
ly the above-dencribeil lands are re
quested to file their claims in this office
on or before said 19tli day of July, 1003.
J. T. JliunOKH. Register.
Ye have on our counters about 100 illf.Il'.s,
Youths' and Boys' Suits which we pur
chased about three months ago, and which H'C
must close out at OIICC to make room for
our new stock of summer goods which will arrive in
a few davs.
IVOTE TUB VKICKS:
All wool men's suits that we sold for$lS,
and that cannot be bought for less
money south of Portland, we now oflcr
at from $13 down to SIO OO
All wool youths' suits that we have here
tofore sold at from $G to $9, now $7 to 4 OO
Half wool men's suits, heretofore $7 to
$12, now $8 to : 5 OO
Children's suits, heretofore $8 to $4, now
$G to it OO
We guarantee these goods to give absolute patisfaction in every
particular and invite your closest nspection. We will make you a pres
ent of a suit if you will find prices that equal these anywhere south of
This sale will last only one week
and you will have to hurry if you get one of then- suits We J
wills II the goods regardless of cost, for we must have the
room they occupy.
WILLIAMS & RATSCH f
Printers' Ink Won't
Here is a few plain questions for
the kind consideration of voters in
this congressional district. Is it
important at this time that we have
a congressman? If so, is it not
important that we have a congress
man that has some influence with
the administration? ff so, laying
all jokes aside, does it not stand to
reason that a man who has served
the best part of a lifetime in the
congress of the United gtates is
better fitted at this time to repre
sent this district, especially when
that mnn is on personal, intimate
terms with Senators Mitchell and
Fulton, than a mail who has no
experience in legislative matters,
no acquaintance at .Vashingtou,
mid who is not in harmony wi.h
the republican administration? This
is exactly the status of things in
sBOBaaaBOlBoaBoaialBaa IV$La Jim Dumps had tried tome time In vain 1
'rill' U&flB'BM&BflBBB To " n after-dinner pain 1
o S j!-3SmW9 Which gnawed at him bli belt below, I
(m Wlv sjrrZ!a And filled his world with Indigo. I
j, l10lll IMOIC ff-lgl Dyepepsla now can't bother him, I
I "FOfCe" h" m"de "SUnDr J'm " I
S Si 1
is the place to
Everything is clean,
new, fresh and of first
A Fo to Indljotlon.
"Every summer I hare hod
to take tonloi, but now I use
'.Force. 1 am enjoying excel,
lent health ; It has built me up.
I eat 'Force at sight and it
gives me a rwtful sleep. It
ullds up, eatliflw and is pleas
ant to eat and a foe to Indi
gestion. "Mas, Kits W. Dow
Tie Itud.te-Serre Cereal
but a visit to our store will
THAT Wlv AKI5 SliLMNG
Clothing and Shoes
cheaper than any other
store in Cottage Grove
Ladies' Union SuitSsi;25c
A line of 250 pairs Ladies' .Shoes, 2 to Wj.
Gilbert & -aiclcb
, One Door West Hcnson Drug Store
THE BEST AND MUCH THE BEST
The frequent sale of small instruments of late is a surprise for this
time of-the vcar. Price and quality is vhht counts when selling
goods, and you can always get the best goods for the least money
at T. K. Richardson's.
We have on hand ft few second lwiud pianos, which we are
going to close out at a sacrifice, to inakc room for our next car- .
load. We have only four pianos of our hist carload left. The
Needhnm sells itself at sight and sound. Necdhain pianos, the
best and only the best. T. K. Richardson.
Cottage Grove and Roseburg, Oregon