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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1903)
H. C. MADSEN,
RPlrlnr 1 reesensbls raargea.
All tk unissued ant-f im.
WlkM,aofki4 JtwlryUwMl rttees
OOTrAGE GROVE. ORE.
J. S MEDLEY
Attorney-at'Laxv o o o
t OBceon Mln itrttt-t
Cottaoh Grovr, Orb.
A. H. KING
Attorney at Law,
VOTTAGIT, GROTS, OJtB.
J. E. YOUNG
. r-.il Kit Main etwet; Wl Side
.Cottagx iGsovx, Orb
J. G. JOHNSON
lclal attention given to Mining, corporation
and Mercantile law.
. Offlra over Carman A llemenway'a Hon .
COTTAGE GROVE ORE
L. T. Harris. A. C. Woodcock,
WOODCOCK & HARRIS,
t rlal attention given to the liw of Minn.
Keild'ence Phone No. 2M office Phono IS.
J. E. HOSMER,
FIIYSICIaX and SURGEON
Eys. Ear, Hist and Throat i Specialty.
Office hours from s to Ham from 3 to 5 pm.
Sandajr from 11 to 3 p ra.
Onlce In Madien Building, Main street,
COTTAGE OROVE. OREGON.
BARKER & PERMAN
THE EXCHANGE "57
DEALERS IN FINE
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
MalnitrMt. Cottacr lro On.
TIid First National Bank
Cottack Grovk, Orb.
Paid j) Capital, $25,000.00
Money to loan nn approved security.
Exchanges sold, available anr ,lflce
Eugene Planing Mill
Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Rustic and
General Mill Work.
Turning ttuil Stuir liulUUtiKU hik-cI-nlt.v.
A'! onlerM will rt-celve prompt
attention. Siitlhfiictlott Kuntunteeil.
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished.
Address. Ill Lnwrence St,
No freight packages to go to Ho
lit'inlu or Intermediate points on the
route will be received or shipped un
til the freight Is prepaid.
Clirlsman & Jtfnngs.
the man who wears
linmi Olid Cl.thl-r.
UCH 111 tue vi in. u
Dot crswk, Kl or get
Uekr. Iook for trd
irutrB. it dvi upmo
end tor catalogue.
n.M. aU7r A Sw. Sl Ifn.
Stands for flic best
that is meid? in
AT ALL LEADING DEALERS.
Inside each pound package of
will be found a FREE game.
60. different games, AH new.
At Your Orocer'K.
III ....w. 1
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Dr. Main Tl Talk.
At table Dr. Holmes was unflagging-
l vivacious, ready at repartee, aa wit
ty aa Lowell without Lowell's audtdtr
at punning and for the Immeolata roo-
ment aa wise as Emerson. umnrai,
I- hi. n...r.Vi nn "IviWrll. th fOet
BUU IU MM... " - "V -
... k. i.n i... h umf hdh oi
memory misquoted a passage or worn
that took place between Emerson and
t one or innj ,
dinners. The conTers.tioowa. opo.. , -
the order of architecture. It waa era- .
erson. not Hoimem woo au .
iu toai ine wi-u-m
led by breadth of base, the Oreclan
br the adennate support and the Ooth-1
. a . la..ilaii waa tia eartaP ,
I.. .. i akTward soarlnc. Then It wn '
not Emerson, wdo nasuea out
Instantly. "One Is for death, one la for
iif and one Is for Immortality." I did
not bear this, but It was repeated to
me at the time by on who did. J. T.
Trowbridg In Atlantic,
. . I. V.IV.r
far actlTe enterprise of thought or
charity, there Ilea around him a world plenty of corn.
of opportunity. Bo far behind are we The corn fed hen la vigorous, ahe
socially, morally. Intellectually, that takes on fat. and It requires oil to
one might be forgUen f be supposed make feathers, and for this reason a
the world were made but yeaterday , liheral supply of corn at this time nc
and nothing had yet been done. Does coinpllshea a double purpose-It grow
no ambition Ore na to help tbe'de. feathrra and flesh as well as fat awl
.pairing, starring, sinking rople I lays the basis for a fine clutch of eggs,
around usl If a few more years be Do not fear the orerfatted hen In the
..ii nr. Trnnl.l we not strlrc fall, but beware of the underfed.
to DUt something right, to .weep out 1
. i .
some little corner, to wra
so til to see and rejoice In the growing
light? Good Words.
Nothing has ever equalled it.
Nothing can ever surpass it.
unitaaaa t, a f I M
A Perfect For AH Throat and
Cure : Lung Troubles.
Mon.ybacklfltfaJla. Trial Bottlaa fn.
RECTOR OF ST LUKE'S,
Ashburnbaui, Ontario, Testifies to tlie t
Good Qualities of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. j
Ashbnrnham, Out, April 18, 11KO I j
think it is enly right that I thotild tell
vou what a wonderful effect Chamber-
ains Uougli llemeoy nas pronuceu.
llieciay ueiore tuner i was iu ""-
tressed with a cold and cough that
I did not think to be able to take any
duties the next dav. as my voice was i
almost choked by the rough. The same
day I received an order from yon for a
bottle of your Cough Remedy. I at
once procured a sample bottle, and took I
about three dose of I he medicine. To
my great relief the cough and cold had
completely disapierel and I was able
to preach" three timei on Easter Day. j
I know that this rapid and effective1
cute was due lo your CoiikIi Remedy.
I make tl. if testimonial ntllmiit Milii: -tatinn,
Iwing tliauklul lo i'l've fmnul
such a (.nxlM-nt remedy. Itespeciiuii
vniira. K A I -Hi fie it. .M .. itector
St Luke's Church. To Chunilierlain
MedirineCo. Tliis remedy is for sale
by New Era Drug Store.
1 11 ??
Saw Mill I
Three I miles east of
Cottage Grove on the
old Jackson Kile place
of Roueh Lumber, fit
I reasonable prices.
S; If you are In need of any-
thing In our line call at mill or ft
address us at Cottage Grove.
I WE WILL TREAT YO'IT RIGHT.
I McKibben Bros.
REKDY MADE CLOTHING
The Loudon General Merchandlso
Store wish to announce to the buying
public that they now havo a very
complete stock of General Merchandlso
which they Intend selling at least 20
per cent liclow nil competition.
We purchase our goods In largo
quantities through Eastern Drummers,
pay cash for all wo buy, have no high
rents, no Insurance rates to pay, nnd
consequently can sell very clienp.
Think of CLAY Worsted Stilts.
High (initio Goods nntl other lines
of Iteaily Made Clothing of Neatest up-to-dato
stylo at prices that will surprise
M. D. Wells Shoes
Our lino of Si. I), Wells Shoes are
tho best wearer on tho market ami at
prices that cannot bo equalled.
Try our Roast Coffees, the best
flavor and will please you.
SUTHERLAND & GEER,
C5nN FED POULTRY.
tx Dot ar ri, Clrl J
LmU ) In Ik rU. I
The early de vtloptnent of th puUeta .
-cttlm them started to laying, etc-
. L .i , i..i. ,.in of lb
-V - - '
lj on the system of resiling uunng toe
wij f(J, ti . Tennesso
m,n to the Southern
. . . to
, h t
nh lo mereli sua-
hare more than in,e'T'X. 1
tain life and pull through the ehedfllnj
KaT IVU nvuvmi.M "
nmeeaa. Thej must hare all tney win
eat ana can uigest. inuwu, h u uu" i
In the year la liberal reeding more im-
peratlT than In the fall. It Is nec
saw to enable the fowls' to molt out
L i.k -.i .nA n atart that
healthy and rigorous and to start that
peculiar process of storing up
ture rnr i uncv
strain of roclothlng for the winter Is i
.... Ami In n'nilltlllshlni: this IHir-I
pose nothing Is more helpful than .
scrawny thing that hasn't enough oil In
. . . ......In v . nnv fpathrnl.
ner ihhij iu ,u?mni ... .-v - -
and so goes only bait clothed until the
cold weather comes on, leaving It lu no
condition to lay uulll the next spring.
It Is the same way with the pullets.
Tbey require an abundance of food to
keep up the growth of feathers, to
give them full, plump bodies and to
start the egg formation process. The
plump, healthy pullet soon takes to the
nest In the fall, while the half starved,
thin creature lives through the winter
In n debilitated condition, -to lay only
after the warmth of the springtime
shall have rekindled the spark of vi
tality and brought Into action those
natural attributes that might hae
been developed the previous fall by
proper feeding and care.
the hens and the pullets Into condition ,
HlKht now is tue time .or us iu .
for a successful late ran anu wimer ,
campaign In eggs, and if we neglect to
do so now we need not expect egg
where there Is neither vitality nor suf
ficient development to produce them.
It may be added that liberal feeding at
this season Is economical, too. for there
are In every flock a few hens that will ,
continue to lay during the moltluc
period when fed right-hens that would
not luy under a light feeding plan
on.i !io pen so natbered will offaet
ari mnittti nena ncnrmi tvu iii..wi ii'a.ki..,.,..,. Tiin.w 1
the additional cosi or toou, nunc "mq0 Qreiron.
will nt the same time put tne wDoe,
HnL- In tirlmp mnilltlon.
These thoughts are drawn from the
experience of a long scries of years
years that have demonstrated the wis-
dom of priming the bens and pullets
In the early fall for the winter i.ymg-1 A KK,GTENKD HORSE,
Ilace Stones From th Soon. i Kning ljke II1Hd down ihe street
In a catalogue of Mexican meteorites i dumping the occupants, or a hundred
prepared by M. Antonio del Castillo oilier accidents, mo every day occur
one mass Is mentioned which exploded j rences. It behooves everybody lo have
In the air und fell In widely dispersed : a reliable Salve Inintlv and there's none
. .. ..in r i, iwir, rminil as iiood as Uuckleii's Arnica Salve
. ,hrw, ,. tbo ancles of a trl
iniKiuvm. v. r -
... -.,., ,
antrie wnose two iuiiki. bi.,i.- ..v.t
some fifty-five und thirty-five miles In
length. In one of these places two
plates of stone were discovered, lying
nbout 250 yards apart, which had evi
dently once formed one huge block.
Measurements and estimations place
the combined weight of the two blocks
at eighty tons. In this one shower of
"moon stones," according to il. del
Castillo's paper, not less than 3,000
tons of rocks fell.
THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
SKWASC OF IMITATIONS.
THE GENUINE SSCPAHD ONLY SY
Bollard-Snow Liniment Co.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
NOTICE FOR PURIFICATION.
United States Und Oftilee,
!ttnaebnnr.Or.. Nov. 10. 1003
Notice Is hereby given thai In oompll-
unco with the provisions of the act of
Congrrfol Juno S, 1878, entitled 'An
Act for the sale of Timber Unds In the
California, Oregon, Nevada,
, ..,,,,., . . ........ .- - -
tended to all the I'ulillo lml Mates t)
act of August 4. 1E92,
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V"Va?,l jTLiT iViJ mri M.
.,.,, lU(a,-. No aRjn fr
rl.,,eoit.1B sW if See Nn 2 fit SO 8 nf
" ami wll offer prool lo snow tnai
bo l.ml rot.gl.t Is more vlble for lis
tmlwr or t1I(ll (or ficUninl
. . . . . .
mirri0.,.. .n.lto establ sli his vlalm lo
mm mm. ormre j.j- iinnnn v.,-,
uommissioner at wiftiip, iine w. urr
I n. on Saturday the Oth tlav of Kek
He names as witnesses:
(J lUwxtt, A .
,W. Gilbert, of Eugene. Una Co., Ore.
4 Ui .ncliaei, oi lenyn, iin'
rjo ( 0rtl
tnv anil all iMTMina I'lsltlllllu l'
versely the alwviMlcscrlbvd lands are rir
oncstetl to tile theirclaim In this iifflce
on or njioro saiu uin uay 01 reu., jivi.
J.T. IlHiiHits Keglrler,
HEAD ABOUT TO 11URST KKOM SE
"I had a tevere bilious attack and
felt like mv head was about to hurst
when I L-i'it hold of a free sample of
Chamberlain's Stomso'i and Liver
Tablets. I took h dose of them niter
an mu.r uiul tlm npTtilnv li'lt like ll new
man and have been feeling happy ever
since," says Mr J V Smith ol Julln,
Texas Knr liillouf nem.ftotnrli troubles
and constipation these Tablets have no
Era llrtig Store.
NOTICE FOIl 1'UHI.lCATlON.
Uiiil.il Slates l-uml Oirice,
Koi-ebtirg, Ore., Sept. SMtli. 1003.
Notice is hereby given that In com
pliance uith the provisions of the act ol
Congrefs of June 8,1878, entitled "An
art for the sale of timlier lands in the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territory," as extended to
all the Public. Unit States by uct of Au
gust 4, 1S92,
of CottageGrore. Co of Ijiiii', State ol
Ore., has this day Hied In this officii her
Hom statement No. S7M. for the pur
chase of the E.'v NE H, of Section
28 in Tp 21) S, Range 2 W. and will
oiler proof to show that the html sought
is more valuable for its timber or stone
than for agriclutnral purposes, and to
wtaltlish her claim to said land before
J.J. W niton, U.S. Commissioner at
Eugene. Oregon, on Saturday the 1-th
dav of Dec, 1003.
She names as witnesses:
J W I'arrish, J. I), l'ulmer, Jnmes W
Ilouck. of Jefferson. Marion Co., Ore.,
Richard Green, of Cottage Grove, Itne
jnvandall persons claiming adverse-
v Hit nlwivi,liftirilMl Inliila Are re
'quested to file their claims in this office
on or before saiii 12th day of Dec., 1003.
j J.T. IlaiDOEs. Register,
- fi.. v.,. ,1 PMb.
disappear quickly under il soothing
effect. 25c at New Era Drug Store.
NOTICE FOR I'Ulll.lCATION.
I .and Office at Roseburg, Ore.
Nov. 24, 1003.
Notice is hereby given that the follow.
Ing-named settler has filed notice nf his
intention to make final proof in sup
port of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before The Register and
Receiver U. S. Land Office, tit Rnebiirg,
Oregon, on January 4. 1004. vii: James
A Tnomiis, on his II. E. No. 8042 for
the W SW y Section 0, Tp 22
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Charles Winecoff, G. W. Kcllcy,
Henry Whitlock, A. A. Kcllcy, of Cot
tage Grove, Oregon.
J. T. IlittiHiES, Register.
A l) SI INISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
I Notice Is lierelty given that tlm an
' dersigned has lsx-n duly appointed
' liy the County Court of the State of
) Oregon for Lanu county ailmlnlstra
! tor of the. estate of Samuel Getting
deceased. All persons having claims
against snld estnto are hereby re
I (in I red to present the same to me
j properly verified nt Cottage Grove,
Oregon within six months from the
, date hereof. Dated this IStli day of
November, lOO.'l. .I.E. Cooi.kv.
Administrator of th estate of
Samuel Gcttings, tlecensetl.
KOTICK OK FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice l hereby given, that the County
Judge of Lane County, Oregon, haa tet tue 2Mh
day of I ereinber, IMS. at tlte hour ol 2 o'clock
l1' ,n. at Kugt-ne, Oregon, the time und iUp
for the final retllemeut o' "l estate uf A. V.
Hincook, dercaied, und will htrar objection!
B. K. I.AWbU.N, AUtuiniitraior.
F I). Ebv, Attorney.
j MILLIONAIRE'S I'OOR STOMACH.
The worn-out stomach of tho over-fad
millionaire Is ofleu paraded iu the pub
lie prints as 11 horrible example of the
evils attendant on the possession of
1 great wealth. But millionaires uro not
I the only ones who aro aliuciou witu nun
1 stomachs. The proportion is fargreater
1 among tne toners, iyspepsia iiuu 111-
iln.iiutinii a... .atiirti, ditifin,. lliitLf,
neonle. nnd thev sufier far wotso tor-
I tures than the millionaire unless they
1 avail themsetvej of a standard mcdicino
! like Green's August Flower, w hich hat
1 been a favorite household remedy for
nil stomach troubles for over thirty-fivo
vcars . August Fower rouses the torpid
liver, thus creating appetituand Insur
ing perfect digestion. It tones and vi
talize? the entiresystem and makes life
wnrtli Ik'ine. nn matter what vour sta-
I tlon, Trial bottles, 25q; regular size,
75c. At all druggists) (jarman A
On Tuesday afternoon, 11 largo black
leather bill pocketbook. containing it J5
gold piece mid 70o In silver, also promis
sory note and receipt, between Fourth
street and depot, Muder plcuu return
to Nngget office, or to James W, Sears,
and receive reward.
W S lialley. V Ofrue, Texas, writes:
"My wlfu had beei siifl'erlng flvo years
paralysis in her.a'rnii when I was per
Kiindiyi to use Uallnrd'a Snow Llnlrnunt.
which cur d her all right. I lutyu also
used It for old sores, frostbites nnd skin
eruptions. It does tho work,' 25c, 50c,
$1.00. New Era Drug btore.
If you want the Best
C. J. MILLER,
amd UNION PACCFIC
Sull l.vVv, Ih'iiter.
I t. Wurlh.Omshs,
Kansas City, Si.
ingtiiii. ! Kant
Atlantic ISalt Ijike, DeilM'r,
Express . Ft. Worth, Omaha,
10 :30 a, m
8:10 p.m., Kansas City, St.
I,(iill,t nicagii aim
Wrflla Walla, Us
Iston , raikane,
I'aul. Duliilh, Mil
7 'So a. m.
PORTLAND TO C1IUW.0
NO CHANGE OF CARS.
Tickets east via all rail, or boat ami
rail via Portland.
OCEAN AND ItlVEIl SCHEDULE
8 p. m. I' Ject to change. I
4 p. m.
Sail everv live ilavs.
4 p. m.
H n. ni.
Saturday To Astoria and ay
10 p. m. I lininngs
A. L. CRAIG, Gen. Passenger
ASK THE AGENT FOR
SpoUane, Nt. Paul, Duluth,
AND AU. r-OINTS 1CAST.
NEW EQUIPMENT THROUGHOUT. ;
Day Coarhes, Palace ami Tourist
Sleepers, Dining ami lluirut,
Smoking Library Ciirs.j
Daylight Trip through the Cascade and
For full nartlculiirs. Rates, Folders
etc. call on or address
J. W. PIIALON.T. P. A.
II. DICKSON, C. T. A.
122 3d St., Portland Ore.j
A. Uf'C. DENNISTON.
G. W. P. A
11J Flril Arenue,
0. & S.'l! R R CO.
To Take Effect 011 Oct. 10
Iie.l IU k
lliicky I'ofnt . .
Ar. Wlhlwooil I.y.
Buhjcct to change without notice,
All outward frelKlit forwarrtcil only 'at tho
Joint rlak of lilj.er slid iioii.lKooe. I
' I'relght will nut ho received at Ihe O. it S
K. It. It. Demit aller 6:00 p. in. , . 'lo fiuure
lorwardlng on noxt Iralu height must ,
'lellverert In amplo tlmo to penult of I
JOHN II, PUAHSONS, fleneral Manager
Coiuo at onco anil havo your holi
day photos tuken In tlmo to send to
friends for Cliilstnins. Do not wait
till tlio last moment.
W. V. SlIANAFKl.T.
Gallery on West Side, opposite
6 p. m
Don't forget to call at the
West Side Store.
Hvcrytliing Iirt Class
and prices the lowest possible
for high grade goods.
West Side Store
Cottage Gove, Oregon.
f: .fc ::. :f:
The Mining: and
Aii old conservative Journal
mutter In IIh rending columns.
Always) protects Inventor In
garil to wealth, lutlueucu or natloiinllty.
xlHtcut honesty of report It hns atlnliiod
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fore w e will send you lite Mining and Unglneerlng Review on trial
for four weeks. If yon 1I0 not wish to receive It any longer notify
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OR IIOMEAIIA NUGtlirr, COTTAOli (1ROVI!, ORU.
C; "5rVH IOMT
i Spring is bcrc-So are we ;
E With Spniy Pinups and Spray Compound. 3
& Hoes. Rakes and Cultivators. 25
Oliver h wieei
a full and complete Llnu of
Mining Supplies our Specialty.
Pidbp & Vandfinbiiry
mtw 6rove flour mil $.
Ilairluiir& Hansen, I'rop.
Ilili (jJraidc riour amd mill reed.
IJniu $i.io, Shorts $1.20 per 100 lbs,
Lower rates in ton, or half ton lots.
Oats and Hurley at lowest living
prices. Phone in your orders,
The beauty of your house depends , on the
pattern and quality of WALL PA FUR you use.
Tho latestjpatei'iis, tho best good and prices to suit,
lust received ia ilargu Involcu oMhoso goods-anil wp
miiu pleasure in snowing mom.
Fit A NCK
SAN I'KANCISCO, CAL.
Never prlntetl n line of palrt
Ax a reward of eon.
THE CUTTING QUALITY
of tiny tool U always a tlsalrnbh'
one, but of equal Importnnco la the
power of retaining this quality so no
uot.to 111 1 11 1 re too frequent sharpen
ing. Ily muting your pnn'hur of
the Grlllln A Venlch Co. you always
receive your inoiiey's worth In the
iK-st qiinllfy of toids anil cutlery of
priqierly teniiicred slcid that Is sum
to hold an edge.
I IhIi liros, Wagons,
Hnnlwaiv, Stoves and Tinware.