BOHEMIA NUGGET. C J. Howard Barton C Y. Drown Editor Bunlness Mg'r. EMcrnl the poatoflKu at Cottars Ortfon on4 ela mall mailer. afctorlpllon prlra, 1.60, In .lnr. AiWrtlln( nl mi' known upon application THIS rATKH li kept on meat K, 0. iiraka't AdnrtlilOK A ft nor, M ami M Mtrchanu Kx cbann.Ban Knnclwo, California, wlin-e m atttt lor adwrtlilm ran b mailt for It. Friday, August 14. 1903. Too much cannot be said in praife of the Oregon liurenu of In formation located in the Union depot at Portland, and that grct efforts are being put forth by Port land business men in behalf of the state at large is evidenced by the beautiful exhibit of cereals, fruits, minerals, etc, now being gathered and displayed in the rooms up stairs. A representative of the Nugget had the pleasure ot spend inn an hour in the offices and view ing the exhibits and through the courtesy of George llerrel, in charge of the Bureau, was shown through. Mr. Berrel is a very pleasant gentleman and shows marked attention to every visitor who comes. The visitors to the Pacific Coast, who pass through Portland's, depot all avail them selves of the opportunity of seeing the exhibit, and the good accom plished cannot be estimated. A very noticeable feature, however, is the little a '.tetition paid the ex hibit by those who live in the state. The great majority of newspaper men who visit Portland neglect to o 1 n iry Tki Company tnsUlid In Its Xiw Diptt -Bili:tlne if Track Neirlr Cimplttid- TIIB OREGON SECURITIES MINING CO. The Delineator lor September. NOTICH TO CREDITORS. All nioitH knowing tlionmolvoH Indebted to the uiuUthIwiimI, will ploiiw! full uiiil Nettle. 1 have mild my dock ot rooiIh ami vlli to eloHo up mv accouutx at iiihv. Dated AtmiiHt Mh, llHVt. .I.l'.l'iirrlu. Work Vigorously I'uahed Delegation ot Stockholders from Portland. KNt) OK IIITTKK KIOIIT. Two pliyalcUiiK Imd n Ioor lu coitverwitlon with Manager PcnrsoiiH, ot the Orvjrou t South eastern. It In learned tlmt tlietinllnst fiTjr of the road front Mottby creels to lieyonil Hocky Point In now com pleted mul the K'U'K have lieen neitt to the front and im now laying the wteel from tin depot nt tlio Ited Itrldge to the point where The; rond again crosses How Hlver The rlfflit.iif.u- v iriinir Iuih muv nilvnnreri its wnrt tn n iinint iiiimit 1 tertniniiicly of the lfourfold Love one nnd one-lmlf miles above the Margaret Hall has a helpful chapter -.I nri.Uv,. mi. i tviirL- rf iiiUmr u I on the relations of mistress mid The September Delineator is an attractive number and presents a charming and up-to-date display of Autumn fashions. Letters from the foreign fashion centres, and illus trations of the newest fabrics, latest millinary and novelties in trim mings and accessories are valuable contributions in this nit important month in the realm of style. A special feature is a Collection of Rare Samplers, an illustrated ar ticle showing many precious bits of needlework that arc included in it number of famous art collections. In the Plower story of the Lilac. A Mystery Luncheon, by Miles Hradford, contains some excellent snceestions for the table alone with a good story. A house possessing 1 "jf-"1". "' '.'"''"".'v the comforts and conveniences of it.""',,' W1C IWCUUCIU Ullll wit "tin architecture of the Eighteenth ce n tury is shown as well as a couple of pages of exclusive photogrophs of pets of actors and actresses. Miss Clara is, utuguun writes eu ) lien you wmit it iiliyslo that la mild ami iroiitlc, vy to take ami certain to net. always ue CliniiilKr!nln Slun'mcli mill Liver Tnblots. Kur mI liv llenton Drug Co unil rttiblHirn iIkIiI with mi Hive on my right lung" write J. K. II milieu, of Pont, Pa. "unil uave mo up. Kvit.vInhIv thought jy time liml i-ouie. At h lt rt-nort l tried lr. KIuk'r New Diacowry for Contuiniptioii. Tim benefit I re eclveil a striking unil I una on my feet In a few titty. Now I'm entlrelv ' It routpit'reil hiiMt mul l.uug III' Mnrvun Af iirviiiitii. i riet one, nun fi.im, Tilal iHitllea free. - NOTICE TO BIDDERS. now koUik on, Thecompnny U this wcckeomplete Iiir the furnishing of the otllce rooms In the new bepot, mention of which wits made In Inst week' XiiRceU Malinger Pearson ami Engineer Wood ore well pleased with their new qtinrters. and no one can dis pute the fact that the new ilepot re presents one of.the most substantial Improvements!!! the city. Star. Ore., July IS, 1HI3. Hlils for the biilhlliiK of a school house lu School Dlstrlctt.Vo. ilKI.Stnr. Lane Co., Oregon, will lie received until .Mm. 10. MM. SpceltlciitlotiN can tie had by applying to .1. II. Stewart. Star, Ijiiio Co.. Oregon. The board of directors reserve the rlitht to'ivject any or all bills. ('. A. IIaiii.ow. Chairman. servant: nnd Mrs. Htrncy odds it paper on Childhood. In fiction, there is the concluding installment of The Hois-llrulcs: there is the con cluding story. A Florida Cracker, i by Virginia I-razer lioylc; a pretty , love story, entitled The White ' Moth, by hdward btrntton Hollo- Ttio startling iinnotim-einent i hut n way, and an amusing niouolege, i preventive of tilclilo luis been tllxeorer An After noon Drive bv Mrs. 1 11,1 wi" Interest many. A rundown v An Alter noon "e. " :s; tern, or dcapomleney invariably preet-de Woodward Hudson. Among the !9ci.le .md aomcthlinr ban been foun.l poetical contriuiuiuus mc. i uc tnai win prevent that eoiiilltinii whleh SP1CIDK I'HKVK.NTKD The rnlla for the new tiassenirer tract will lie laid lu a few days. The ! Song of the Com, by Minna Smith; , ninkea aiilelile Jikely approach between the new track Grandma's Sampler, ay ""-ibium. It Iwine and the ilepot will lie laid in con-' Eaton: Woodland Song' by Cllii-' ,lorvi.iJ will ..ironK crete. Preparations will lie made as ton bcollard: 1 ne Argos call ami consequently cannot vvr eoon 8 ,m8fllle for installation ' mund Vance Chenev; Comnsa At till, llrat thought of nelf tleatriietinn take Klectrlo a ureal tonic unil oy no- i liuilil up the svnti-m. It's ulmi a Kreut Momncli. I.lver nn-I merchants and business men m general forget the necessity of not only lending a helping band but of visiting the offices and giving a word of cheer to those in charge. The exhibit is of far too great im portance to be neglected. Every person living in the slate who visits Portland should take with them something in the way of natural products and visit the exhibit. Kliluev ri'inilutiir. itinn bv Klizabeth Ruircles. For "1") ow. Miiaiaciioii atniraiiteeil iiy the Children. Lina Beard describes I "" "''" 'lrK.-ta. and explains the construction in jiuj uim rnn ii r of the turnliiK talrte at the rear of the depot. OltKllON MKt'l-llITIES It). The foiimlatlnn for the new mill minature of the Hanging Gardens site for the Oregon Socurltlea Co., nt of Babylon: Livingston B. Morse the heiul of Champion Canyon Is has a Firelight story. The Mouses Tin. sin. iT777ri,m At-Home: and iNicnaei wnitecou Cottage Grove presents an ap pearence of thrift and industry that is seldom seen in a town of its size, in fact many larger town would appear dead, at least sleeping when compared with Cottage Grove. Most coast towns especially in Ore gon are and have been enjoying an era of prosperity that is building homes for verybody, but none ol tbem have the many natural re sources of thedoorway to the great Bohemia mines. Cottage Grove is surronded by a very rich agricult ural district, and while not so ex tensive as towns further down the! valley, yet is of sufficiently great extent to grow vegetables, and keep a dairying business for a town of 50,000 to 75,000 people. Here will be found an inexhaustible sup ply of as good marketable timber as there is in the world, and with all this the greatest mining camp in the west and said by experts to nnw iM'tnir liilil. side ami the lrnmiiil u nn.v i,i tributes an entertaining tale called laid in three terrace. The electric ' Bobby's Garden. There is also the poles are now lielmr set from the ! Sewing Lesson. The departments electric power plant to the mill, ami 'contain much information of practi work Is lielnj? vigorously pushed on ' cal value t,le borne. the flume from the ilnni to thepower plant. The Leyner drills niul air com pressors, that .have been stored for several 'weeks In the O. & S. K. yards In this- city, were shipped to the front this week, nnd will soon lie A portable saw- mill of IO.ihhi feet I capacity, without power, now lo cated 2i miles east of Saginaw, also have ranch of m acres, good res. deuce on same. Address 11. K. Joyce, Saufnnw. Ore. Up THK DEATH l'KX.'.LTY. A little lliim; ttonietiiiiiM results in death. Thin a mere aerated, iimitim licaiil cuts or miiiy boils have naiil the I ileum pena.ty. u ih luce lu have lliick AUg. I.. I011V Arnica Salvo ever liamlv. It'atlie Mrs. Jno. Elloit still continues to best Salvo on earth anil will prevent improve in health. A mistake oc- l?'"'"'' wllen Burn. Sores, Plcers mul rnrreH in 1at week's reoort. Dr. ""?"' V",v ' 'iun " 1 Ktntilllll'a llrmi Vliitu SILK CREEK ITEA1S Scbleef being the physician in at tendance instead of Dr. Wall. placed In position. A great amount of freight Is now I belnghauled over the rond and six Rev. Bryan delivered a chart six-horse teams nre In constant 1 sermon last Sunday which was demand. 1 mu u appreciated by quite a good 1. B. Hammond, president of tile sized audience. Mr. Bryan has Hammond Manufacturing Co., of ouly one more appointment at this i-oriinnii. ii on the ground jiernon- place unless be should be sent lor ally superintending the fulfilling of his company's large contracts with the Oregon Securities, and all work incident to the carrying out of the general plains of develc pment is well In hand. STOCKIIOMIKltH VISIT CAM I'. Saturday n delegation of Portland stockholders In theOregon Securities Co. are expected to arrive In this city, anil will visit the company's another year by the Conference which convenes at Lorane the last Sunday of this mouth. Mrs. and Mrs. Ward of Siuslaw ate dinner with Mr. and Mrs. W . H. Long last Sunday. FOR SUE. j A well Improved farm of 1-1 acres, I house, line spring of running water, good npple orchard, 1 acre In straw .lierrliM. An Ideal small fruit and 'chicken ranch, within 1.1 minutes j walk of postollicuat Cottage drove, I Oregon. For price and terms call at ' Nugget olllce. Hp-'.? I Crow, spent Sunday at Silk Creek. P. A. Clow and wife returned be as good prospect for a gold pro-1 1 . , ""last Thursday from a weeks out- ducinf camp as can be found in I e'"iln 0" ' P, ing on Coast Fork. Mrs. Clow the world today. This camp has f "f,K expected to arrive pjcked wild blackberries while been visited bv the Greatest minintr1 arc: t- hert ' there and I don't konw how many men in America ' af tha the are ! C,Ve.r' !!r 'C-.?,?,"V T,1""-1 and cougars Mr. Clow killed. . ' hi in. jA . ti . t rn 1. WATCH FOK A CHILL. How ever aliuh tat this time nt venr 11111I Miss Bryan, Miss Ward and lady 1 1" this climate, it is the forerunner ol friend and Messrs Elza and Elmer 1 "1'i,.l?r"!' A diapinMon u yawn, ami an i mi mci uui leeiing even comes iielore , the chill. Herbine, by ita prompt stiniu illative' action on the liver, drives the 1 malarial cerms outofthe svstem, iiuri- fies the bltxnl, tones up the system unil I restores Store. health. oOe at New Kra Dm ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICK investing large capital is all the evidence needed. Cottage Grove has better prospects for be coming a large city than anyother town in the State of Oregon and her wide awake citizens are grasping every opportunity and putting forth every effort to bring about the de sired results. Dr. Geo. Wall, the city health officer, in conversation with a Nugget man this week suggested that the Nugget should call atten tion to the sanitary conditions of the town, and that every precau tions should be taken. The doc tor says that the citizens should use plenty of commercial or crude car bolic acid in vaults and cesspools. Remember it is for the protection of every member of e-ery family in town. Keady, J. F. Catterlin und A. V. Gotldard. O. II. Hlngen, president of the Oregon Sccurtles is also exected to arrive from Xew York, via San Francisco. Snturday, and will prob ably make nn extended visit here In the Interest;of the Oregon Securities Co and the Oregon & Southeastern K'y. ABOUT JOHNTOMPSON. yi'liu London Chronicle: "At the Crystal Palace yesterday!! John So President Roosevelt and Sec retary ol the Interior, Hitchcock. are a little at outs! Well, the Czar of the Interior mav possibly discover "that there are others," if he undertakes to work his bulldoz ing repeater 011 "Teddy." Would it not be better to take a vote upon any question that con cerns the general welfare of the city than to pass an ordinance that is not favorably recieved by the masses of the business men of the city? The garden hose came in bandy at the Barrett residence last Wed nesday. They are a good fire pro tector. We should also bear hi mind that we cannot be too careful about fire these hot wiudy days. A Denver, (Colo.) dispatch of last week states that during n storm chunks of ice measuring 10 inches fell. Now its up to the ice man to grow green-eyed Ruby Slagle has been quite seriously ill with rheumatic fever. Dr. Job was called to attend her, at last accounts she was getting along finely. Gene Miller is the proud owner of a fine new horse power wood saw, with which he expects to make a treeless track of the Silk Creek hills. The farm?rs here have tho most of their grain ready for the thrash- Tliompson, the comedian, who Hias ' "'B crew- a very strong American accent, Mrs. Wm. Medley is entertaining began a- three , months' engage- relatives from Washington. ment. ah this comedian has the rcp- lltfltln,, i9 l.ilr .l. I i.i 1.,. ..... ...,!,.. . .... t to the summit of where most of the comedians who 1 &ullua'' came over from America got their ! " " comedy from In the vaudeville line' RINOLINfl BROS.' EXCURSIONS. His success was Instnntaoiis and everything he did was applauded Special excuntliiii rates on all lines ,, , '.' i of travel have been arranged for by The character that was liked best tho management of Itlngllng llro. was the Yankee. Never before was 1 thers' World's Urcatest Shows, and such uproarious laughter heard as I those who wish to go to Lugene irreeted the dance trlven in- tI,,u I where this great circus exhibits Frl-M-eiteu u.t unnct Mm.ii by this , Aug. 2S can do so at very little diameter. A here ho went to, orho w exjieiice. This will be the only point he ninmigcd to disappear right be. 1 lu this vicinity where the show will foro tho eyes of the audience remains ! exhibit this season, and no one a mvsterv to be nr.lv..." 1 should miss tho opportunity to wlt- a mjsieo to Dt solved. Mr. n0Hft t myKni; itrothers' circus 1 hompson s company wlllappear at , haslieen the leading ureulc exhibition Curtis Veatch and family climbed Bald Butte last Nollce u htreby given thai ttia unJiTilnl hat ts-en du!)- aiiolntrl bjr the t'nunty Court ol the State of Oregon 'o r Lane t oiinly admin litrator ol the citate ol Dana II I'olton, ile reaMKl. All l-eriolu havlnx elalmi aialnit aalueitaieare hereby requlreil to preient the tametorne iroierl)' verlfleil, ai by law re Jiulred, at the olllre ol J. K. Vounir, In Cottaue iroie. Oregon, within alx month, Irom the date hereof. Haled tola 17th day nf July. 1'X li c i.llvv Adinlnlilraiorof the entaleof liana II. roltun deceaied. CITHKD PARALYSIS. W.S.Bally, P.O.True.Tcxas. writes; "My wife had been viiflerliiK live years with paralysis in her arm when I was persuaded to uo llnllard's Snow Liniment, which cured her all right. I have also tired it foroid sores, frost bites, and skin eruptions. It does the work." ic, fiOe and fl.00 bottles nt Xew Krn Drug Store. NOT OVKIMVISK. There is an old allegorical picture of a K'rl seared nt a t!russhopier. hut in the I act of heedlessly trending on n snake. , This Ih paralleled by tint man who I spends a large sum nt money builtllni; a cyclone cellar, but nedects to provide i his family with a bottleof Chambclain'u Colic, Cholera anil Diarrhoea llemedv as a safeguard against bowel complaints, whose victims outnumber those of the cyclone a hundred to one. This remedy is everywhere recognized as the most prompt and reliable medicine in use for these diseases. For sale by Benson Drug Co A Handsome Tie. There is no article that adds ko much to the finished and correct appearance of a man's apparel is neat neckwear. We hii vc what is correct and fashionable Wo fire also Headquarters for everything you can possibly want or need in Mcn'thfttrnishings. Quality high find Prices most reasonable. At Pacific Timber Co's Store. Under Odd Fellow's Hall, Cottage Groe OreRon, 11 Welch & Woods have it for less " BMBBBHIIIIIIIIIimilllHaf We have received Kil. V. Prices. Pall line of sample swatches from which to select made to order ClothliiH; and Overcoats nnd Invite those in (created to come III and liioct ami itei prices. We lime sent lu several orders already which are lion In work, mid will soon 1st here to show thelr HiiierlorUy In style, lit. workmanship, utnl male rlnl i nnc la and ask us who are wenrlin; our clot IiIiik and Indue for yourself. Hit In Hue with u I Judges and fnsl.v dressers. IVItrn iiiii sen 17 fit Our .til II In so. vi:iiii & woods leaders In Low Prices anil Hustlers for HiisIiicsn SHOES .lien's, Koy'N, and Youth's RAW Kir SHOES illcn's Fine Shoes I keep nil the best shoe.-, and at prices to suit the pur chasers. If you want bar KaiiiH in SHOIJS. see me. REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS NEATLY DONE I put patches on ladies' fine shoes, without sewing. The patches don't show. I will repair free all shoes purchas ed from me that rip. t THE " CHSf) 6R0C6RY Has the Freshest line of Groceries in Cottage Drove. Not a can nor package of goods on the shelves but that is as fresh as is obtainable on the market. Quality guaranteed Our Trices Arc llic bm ami Satlsfdftion Is uarantccil CASH GROCERY. TO COMING TTA BE the ojiera house this city Auk. !!0. c I..I r irk0? AWYEKS EXCELSIOR BRAND OILED CLOTHING SLICKERS jtonx. DAVIS. To tho wife of 0.0. Davis, of Lorane, Atijf. V2, 1IKJ:I, an h poiini'l son. it Is announced that his daddy expects to make a wood chopper of him. IIAKKIt To .Mr. and .Mrs. Itov linker, In this city, Aiurust li', 1!KW, a Klrl. CHURCH NOTICE. Would it not be better to enforce the ordinances already on the books of the municipality, than to. make new ones,- that cannot be enforced? Another year is dragging along toward its end and no movement regarding the sewerage question. Sunday School and Communion services at the Ohrlstlan Church on noxt word's nay, August lWtli PHYSICIANS AND DKUGUI8T. Ford t Stiirneon, u prominent driiu urm at nocKy jiiii ntution, Ky., write: "Wo were requested by Dr. G. II. Stint; ley to tend for Ilerbinu for the beneilt of our cimtomurs. Wo ordered three dozen in December, und wo are find to nay, Herbine litis idvenHiich gatisftictlofi t hut we Imvo duplicated thisorder thieo tiuies, aim louay we uavo your suieinnii Hiiother order. We beu to huv Di, G. Jl. Sijijjtey takospleaaun in recommending neruine. Store of America for years, but the show has never been permitted to rest upon Its reputation. Although it long uk" passed thepolnt of comiie tltlon, every season si-esa, greater anil crnii'ler snow, nils .venr s per formance Is entirely new, and entails the combined efforts of 1175 wonder ful artists In the equestrian, gymnas tic, equllibrlstlc, acrobatic and aerial line, together with forty famous clowns and hundreds of lesser lights. six Hundred and titty horses are used i and a mnrvelous Trained 'imiiial le- 1 partmeut Is presented. The circus , this season is greatly enlarged by the spectacular production of .leru stlem and the Crusaders, it paiitoml inlc presentation of the well kuon-ii and lieautlful historical narrative of the Crusaders. Tho vast menagerie has among hundreds of features the odly living pair of giraffes, and tho first baby elephant successfully bred and reared In America, and tho only rliliioceroiiH In capltlvlty. Therols a gorgeous revival of the Itoman hippodrome races, and many other stupendous features lu this great cir cus. Circus dav opens with a bril liant street parade, three miles In length. Don't fall to see It. 50e bottles nt New Krfl Drug To get all the news read Jlohemia Nugget. the LOST. Certificate of Disability No.Tl'I.WI; also L7 S. Army Discharge. Kinder please return to Ilohemla Nugget olllce. 'illANVIf.l.i; J.;ii.i.i:i.aN!i, Star, Oregon. WANTBD. 60 thoroughbred Angora "Nan liles." Call at Nugget olllce for In urination. Itp I' t.'i orncn uov wantud. A bright ludiistlous boy, ambitious and u'l.xloiis for a business education can gut a position lu tho I'aclllv Tim ber Company's Olllce. Ho must bo polite, respectful, must not sinokn cigarettes, or chow gum; must como of Industrious parents, and ho of good reputation. None others need apply. 14 bid. N li II CO. Time TaMe Nn. 1 To Take Effect on July 27lli, l!)03. simnp to i.uasi:. 1 have some good grildo Oolswold sheep to let out on shares for one or more years to responsible parties. Call on or address, A. c. .) j:.nniniih. Kill, West Mb St. Kugeno, fire. N0.3. Kat llouni 7M. iTi? 2M i:M 2:11 2:19 2:W i:3I 2: in 2:1.1 2-M 8:20 NO. 1 Pall NO. 2 Kait Kxei-pt Kunday. Weal llouml IIoiiikI aTjT. STATIONS. A. M. 7:ao CnllnBu flrovo li-ao t-M tValilen.. Il.Ui 7 W . . ..Currln. II 01 7:6a . ..cerru tlurdo I0:,',7 8:01 Ilahor. 10 j 8:11 , . .Port-na 10:.'0 8:17 . ..Ileil Itoek 10:18 HM . . Stouart I0::l 8:'JS . .htur . 10:.l 8:10 ... Ilmky I'oiut .. 10:20 8:1.1 I r. Vllilwiinil..l,v 10. Kl Went llimml People to live, and Money to be invested Because of the natural resources and local advantages. No other equally oo(l opportunity for a KIJAL KSTATIv in vcrittjiciiL can-he found anywhere in Oregon jit the present time. Well located RIJAI, 1'STATlv in Cottage (Jrove is one of the hest possihle investiheuts. It is safer than a. hank hanks often fail. V !in oll enne PliAl Iftt'PA'IMJ 'V'.'" ' 1 1 iiw uianer wnere oe.'ttetl. Give us desenptmn. state once, nnd loom We have, or can find, the property von want fo Inn.' " - -"V Tell us your reqi.ireineiits. Can give interesting figures niout the growth of the principal Oregon towns showing that Cottage (Jrovo is growing faster tlinii Huy other town in Oregon. We give nwav valuable information nnd, sell all kinds of Keal IJsInte, nnd minimi' stock. MEDLEY .&, MILNE, Cottage Grove, Ore. W. S. Chrisman & Ely Bano;S Kul.Jet't liielianKi' villlioiit notlro. Krclglit will mil l.o rwdvfd at tl.e O. ,v S 15. It, It. Deinif atlor fi:00 i. in. To limine foruarillni; on rnixt train frvluhl mtitl it icllvercit In ni.le i lino lo it-rmlt ol III lielngl.lllcd. JOHN II. I'EAKSON, (ltntr.l Man.jcj I'llOI'ltlETOIH Ol' lOffiillOOW AMO.OKI'ICI: Ol' TIIK Doheinia find Lhtck Uutte 'SloTrTIT r' 'f n ' First Class Turnouts, Doiiblo or Single. CHRISMAN & BANGS - COTTAGIJ ttROVB, 0JJ.