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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1904)
H. C. MADSEN,
nrlln( at reasonable enarrrs.
All otk.e;narete(i flrst-eless.
Waloai, Clocks and Jewelrrattwesirrlcl
COTfAOK UUOVK, OUE. ,
A. H. KING
Attorney at Law,
noTTA ok; a row, oiik.
J. E. YOUNG
Offlce on Main street, Wetl Side
COTTAGH GkOVR, ORIS
J. C JOHNSON
COTTAGE GROVE. ORE. I
UT. Harris. A. C. Woodcock.
WOODCOCK. & HARRIS,
8peclal attention iln to the law ot Mines.
Twcntv yearn cxiwrlcnco. Kino
Htock wiIch u specialty. WrIM fr
dntcs W. T. KAYSEIt, j
. ' CottnBO Grove. Oregon.
Residence Tbone So. SW uliifc riicne IM.
J. E. HOSMER,
P1IY8ICUK end SUIIGEOS
r r . - u... TkAaff CjnaMalfV
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Offlce houra from to llam-iromto&pm. I
Rnnrt.r (mm Mto2nm. i
Office In Madien Bntldlnr. Main street,
COTTAGE. 0 HOVE, OREGON.
BARKER & PERMAN
in n.L .
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGAKo.
Msln street. Coiuce drove. Ore. j
The First National Bank
.uimuu jyj .
TiSA . i rnnltnl toc nnn nr
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Money to loan on approved security.
Exchanges sold, available any Jlace
n theUnitcd States
T. C. WlllllIE,
Come nt once mid have your holi
day photOB taken In time to send to
friends for Christmas. Do not wait
till the laht moment.
W. F. SlIANAFEI.T.
Gallery on West Side, opposite
At $1. n year
No Investor can afford to lie
Journal for Investors
Any one of lis feetures Is alone worth
the price of subscription.
II will sure you buudreds of dollars
Its cbaractor has never been Impugned.
JOURNAL FOR INVESTORS CO.
Room O, Chamber of Commerce, Boston.
Addres letters to P. O. Box 2517.
INVALUABLE FOK RHEUMATISM
I have been eullering for the past few
years with a severe attack of rheuma
tism and found that Ballard's Snow
Liniment was the only thing that gave
me satisfaction and tended to alleviate
my pains. .March .'itli, iuul', donn u.
Degnan, Kinsman, Ills. 26c, 50c and
$1.00. New Era Drug Store.
It I I if? -T "i i1
fhaf i$meide in
AT ALL LEADING DEALERS.
Nothing has ever equalled it.
Nothing can ever surpass it.
A Perfect For All Throat and
n,irr. t I.uncr Troubles.
MonsybatkiritfaJIs. Trlsl bottlsi fr.
ESTABLISHING A RANCH.
rnrnUhlnK Witter l One nf tir l
In contemplating jrolnR Into the ranch
ing business anywhere In the west
ll.nrn nrn tlimn KSRClltlnl POUlt Oil
which succors or fnlluro largely de
pends, nnd thew n tnnkltiK wire first i
of tlio Rrnss, second water anil tlilnl j
Mine shelter. It Is meant by tills that ,
the land should Imve on It a Rood oo.1t-1
Iiik "f grass, that the water should bH
In abundance ami well distributed and ;
that for n breeding country especially
there should he (.belter such ns a bro- ,
Ken country affords and which a plains ,
country does not. As to the extent ot ,
the ranch one might wish to acquire.
It depends entirely upon available cap-,
Ital. l'urchaso of the ranch is prefer ,
able to leasing, for It Insure continul- (
ty, the pleasure and profit in further
Imnmrcincnt and absolute security.
Front ten to twenty acres arc necessary
. No? as ,o. there Is . denelc.
' ' The fur ,
nlslilng of water for stock nns uccii our ;
of the most difficult questions n ninch-
man lias had to face. In the outset he i
trusted to natural resources, nnd. these
falling, he took to placing dams across i
depressions on the surface of the
ground to catch the natural drainage. ,
These, again, being unsausiaciory on
account of the water becoming foul ;
I nnd from losses in bogging, he took to ;
l digging and boring wells, pumping the ,
! wnter into cisterns ns reservoirs. These
I . 1 . It. l.w. I
were largely superscueii vj mc
costly and far more efficacious dirt
tank, from which the water Is piped
Into drinking troughs, thus lnsuriug
" - f f ,, one wl,h living'
water upon it, supplied by never fail-1
I tng springs, rorming a consiam nun :
through the pasture, but such are few i
and far between. Did any one ever 1
I calculate the amount of travel Imposed I
upon n sow during tier existence oi.
My. ten years. In having to travel but
'"' . ,, wn n
two mi es n day for water? wen. h
means 7,000 miles or twice around the
continent; for 100 cows. 00.000 miles.
and for 1,000 cows It oggregates 7,000.
' 000 miles. Just Imagine It!
Even on four sections of land with
I a well In the middle nn anlmnl would
; have to travel two miles daily, and
allowing even fifteen acres to each ani
mal the well would only water i.u
of wntt,r ,g
Yet It hns to be done, and watering
places should not exceed n distance of
four miles apart even on the larger
ranches. Stockmen do not want to de
velop legs nnd toughened muscles in
their animals. A cow In cnlf or with
calf nt foot should not be required to
travel far. Ilesides, a multiplicity of
travel rar. liesjucs, a inuiuimtuj i
trniirinp nlnros obviates the necessity
of n long wait when cattle come in to-
.Jver Field and Farm.
Sbe Oneurd rtlBbt,
"Did the spiritualistic medium tell
j-ou anything that was true" asked 1
the willing believer eagerly.
"Oh. yes." replied the hard headed In
dividual. "And that was"
"That I spent my money foolishly,
which was right You see. I had paid
to hear her tell mo that." Cincinnati
1 WIRE ROPE
-x rrrn nnnn
limb v mui uuiti iimu
Single and Double
g A. LESCHEN &. SONS ROPE CO.
920-922 North 1st St Louis, Mo.
ZZ Branch Offices and Warehouses:
ST 13" Lake St. Oi' Centre St. S.I Fremont St. ZZ
S CHICAGO, ILL. NEW Yf)HK, N. Y. SAN FIIANCISCO, CAL. 3
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The Mining: and
An old conservative .Journal,
mutter In ItH rendlii(r coIuuuih.
Alwnj-B protects InveHtorn In inlnliiK cotnpunlcH without ro
Bnrd to wealth, Inlluenco or nationality. Ah a reward of con
klHtcut lionetit.v of reports It Iiiih attained
A LARGER CIRCULATION THAH ANY OTHER MINING JOURNAL IN AMERICA.
Uo you wish to liecome one of the renders of tho Kkvikw?
AVe believe our rendcrH are the moHt Impartial critical. There
fore we will oeiul you The Mining; and Engineerlne Review on trial
forfourwecks. If you do not wlnh to receive it uny lonuernotlfy
the San Frunclsco olllce by mall. If you wluli to continue It tho
Htibbcriptlon price In
$3.00 a year, postage paid, or
THE BOHEMIA NUGOET AND REVIEW FOR J3.5o A YEAR.
Address TheMining and Engineering Review
42 Montgomery St., San Francisco, Cal.
OR BOHEMIA NUOQUT, COTTAQE OROVE, ORE.
77 7 r
v ! rV - -k
An Acre ot Altnlfn 1'rodnree Blair
loumU of Honey.
There arc nearly 20.000 swarms of;
bees kept In Arliona. which produced
during Hie last census year close to
1,000.000 pounds of honey and HUXWi
IKiunds of wax, vhIikhI at $07.0i0. The
souixvs of honey arc the desert Horn ,
nnd cuttlvatr.1 crops, chlelly alfalfa.
The inesqull' and screw bean bloom ,
from April to July, the catclnw In May i
and June, the ncacln In July and al
falfa from April to Sept-mbec.
The Arlsmin experlini'Ut station In
some tests Hnds that nn aero of alfnlfn
will produce sixty punmls of honey. (
This Hgun- nirrespoiidft roughly with
beekeeper' estimates of the yield of
can of honi). sixty lUiuls, in a ton of
hay. The quality of Arlsnna honey
varies with Its source ns well ns with
Its trvntiiM nt and prep trillion for ninr
ket. Tim average moisture content Is
ltlS" per cent, which Is nUmt -J per
cent lower than the average ot eastern
honeys. This Is due to the fact Hint the
exceedingly dry air In this regUm evap
orates the moisture nnd Insures Its
keeping. It also Increases th weight
per gallcti. eastern honey usually aver
aging about tlfty pounds to a five gal
lon can, Arizona honey sixty to sixty
The selling qualities of Arliona
honeys, such ns consistence, color, fla
vor and nromn. vary considerably with
sourc and treatment. Wild tlower
honeys, espccinlly from mosquito and
ncaelau, are gclicrnUy regarded ns the
bi-st, 'jelng very white and of tlnest
flavor nnd nrotua. These honeys solid
ify very quickly wbeu extracted from
.!., fv.iih Tli nlf.llftl llOIieV of tills
region is usually darker than wild
honey or alfalfa honey made In north
ern I'Kiilltles. Its tlnvor and nromn are
very geod. and It solidities lens quietly
and completely arter extraction than
Consumers, for conventional reasons,
usually prefer their honey in simp
form, and in order to liquefy the solid
extracted article the five gallon cans In
which It is stored are, as a rule, placed
In Iwlllng water, requiring several
hours to liquefy. This process darkens
nnd alters the flavor of the honey, ma
terially injuring Its quallty.-Oninge
lie Hud Danahter.
"You have n daughter, have you not,
sir?" said a minister t'o nn old gentle
man wMh whom he had formed a casu
al acquaintance as n fellow passenger.
The old gentleman essayed to answer.
but the question had strangely affected
"I beg your pardon," said the minis
ter, "If I have thoughtlessly awakened
In your mind recollections of a painful
nature. The world Is full of sorrow,
sir, nnd perhaps my question recalls to
your memory a fair, beautiful girl
whose blossoming young life had with
ered in Its bloom. Am I right, sir?" ,
"So, not exactly," replied the old gen- !
tlcinnn sadly. "I have rive unmarried
darters, mister, an' the youngest of the
lot Is twenty-eight years old."
A Timely TVord.
Commenting upon the length of time '
that some agricultural reports of the
New York state department are de
layed In the printing, tie Hural Nerr
Yorker says: "These reports contain
valuable information and should bo
printed nnd Issued at once. Fanners
have respect for gray hnlrs, but do not
want them on their agricultural re
if. -jr. :: :.; -ff
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Never printed a IJne of paid
OPERATION FOR ANEURISM.
Until Wlr foiled In Aortn to Carry
. The life of Frank Mclllmtton of
8107 North Unncroft street. I'hlladcb
phla, has boon saved by nn Kxccedlitg I
ly rare surgical operation, only nine
other cases being recorded.
The man wns suffering from nn nlteu
Itstn or dilation if the great artery
Which cxteiidwl throe Inches above the
lme of tho brenslliono and wns three
Slid a half Inches wide. As n resiflt of ,
this enlargement he had become unable
to swallow, had great difficulty In
i.r,.,iihiiii? nml siihcroil excruciating
pains In the head. To save his life It
was necessary to reduce the aneurlin.
and to do that the hospital physicians
had recourse to what Is known ns
"t'orrldl's ope ration."
Mellhntton was able to talk to his
wife live minutes after the task of the
surgiiiii was completed nnd Is roMirtoil
as doing well.
The operation was performed bj
I'rofossor H. V. Holmes, surgeon In
chief nt the Sninnrltnn hospital, as
slstcd by Dr. Dietrich. Dr. Snlvely nnd
Dr. Fluck. Many men prominent In
tho profession were spectator.
Cocaine wns applied to the affected
portion of the nortn. the disease lying
In the transverse section, or nrch. of
A hollow porcelain covered needle
was Introduced Into the nneiirlsui. nnd
n section of gold wire tlfteen fei't long
was pnsseil thMugh the hollow of the
Instrument nnd permitted to coll In the
diseased region. The wire wns then
connected with a galvanic battery, and
the circuit was completed by the plac
ing of a negative plate upon the pa
tlenfs back, and n current of live mil
lliiniioros wns tnrnod on Tills wns In
creased nt regular Interval until It
had attained a strength of eighty mllll
ainiH-res and one hour's time had bis-n
Mellhntton experienced liiiiuedlnte
relief, nnd the operation from a siir
glcnl standpoint was pronounced flaw
les. The application of the electrical
current caused coagulation of the eon
tents of the nneurlsin. which thereby
shrank, relieving the pressure upon the
lungs nnd larynx.
; FOR THE PHOTOGRAPHER.
A Mnchlnr Which MoVr I'aealhlr
Itnnlil Flrr PrlnlliiK.
For the amateur photographer ami
. the smnll gallery priming from the
I negatives by the aid of the uu's rays
I on a bright day may answer well
enough, but for the large gallery and
the commercial photographer, whu
' must turn out sometimes hundred of
prints In n comparatively short spniv
of time, some ihore complete mid lnde
pendent printing menus must be pro
vldeil. In the accompanying drawing
we show a machine which has recent
ly been designed for this class of work
and which, with the aid of the rapid
l'lIUTOOIurillO riltNTINO maciiink
printing papers now In common use.
should enable n single operator tn turn
out hundreds of prints In u working
As will be seen, a smnll motor l
catetl In the bottom of the machine
provides the power which runs the re-
I volvlng drum, the motor liolng geared
down until tl e druc revolves nt u com
pnmthcly slow bped The faces of
I the drum are formed to receive the
I negatives. nd In the Interior a strong
I light Is pi H iil. surrounded by nn ad
i Justabje r nitter. which can be timed
to give tl required amount of light to
the plate fui the necessary length of
The sensitized paper Is placed on the
I drum as It revolves, being held In place
' during a portion of the revolution by
tho driving band of ribbon. After the
exposure lias been made the pnp r
drops Into n drawer beneath tho drum,
the operation being kept up coutlnti
ously ns long us necessary.
I ndlaon'a Coimnerotnl I'liunnicrnpli.
I After years of experiment ThomnB A.
! Edison has perfected his commercial
I phonograph and made it practicable for
taking court testimony and other dicta
tion. Tho record cylinder Is nine Inches
I long nnd will take several "letters." It
j can he shaved 175 times, making It ns
cheap ns letter paper. There Is a mech
anism controlled hy tbo foot or tho op
erntor which stopo and starts the ma
chine at the end of a phrase, sentence
or paragraph. It Is said with a pair of
machines, one for recording, the other
for reproducing, one tjpcwrilcr will he
ahie to do tho work of eight under the
! 11 Here hut one grain ration Is fed
I to the laying hens It should ho wheat,
j as wheat moro nearly than any other
, cereal Is a balanced ration. It will
1 always pay to sell corn and buy wheat
for the hens.
Three miles cast of
Cottage Grove on the
old Jackson Kile place
of Kouijh Lumber, at
k reasonable prices.
W If you nro In need of any
y thing; In our line call at mill or
& mid reHH uu at Cottage drove.
j, WETVILL TREAT YOU RIGHT.
Xt TV.TTril.1 TJ
ahd UNION PAC6P1C
Three Twins To Tlic Hast Dally.
Through l'lilliiinn sliiiidiml ami lour
st sleeping ears dally to Omaha, Chi
cago. Spokane, lolirlsl Sleeping rnrs
diiTlv to Kansss City ; through Pullman
tourist sloop ng ears (personally con
ducted) weekly loClilengo, KiniciisCHv :
reclining ohnireaiN (seals Irco) to uie
No elianxe of ran.
I'ortlnnd Salt Uike, Denver,
i.-H...... r'l... Mt
vlaliunt:! .-;.". Chicago and
AHHiitie'1 Salt Lake, henver,
Kxiiressl '. Worth, Omaha. t):00n.in
8 :1R 11.111. Kunsns Citv. St.
vialliiut- IaiuIs, Chicago nnd
Ington. 1 Knt.
St. I'nitl Walla Wiilla, Lew
rastMnil! Utoti . SiKikiuic.S-0On.ln.
7:4riii.in. Wnllncc, l'lilliiinn,
via Minneapolis , t.
Snokuiie. Pnnl. Duliitli. Mil-
nmikce, l. lilcugo i
OCEAN AND HIYEIt SCIBILK
Kor San Krnieisci Kvery the iUvs
atS:lXlp. in. Kor Astoria, ay points
nnd North llciteh Duilv (except Sun
day) at 8 :00 p. 111. ; Saturday at 10 .00 p.
lit. Dailv service (wnter permitting) tin
Willamette and nii hill Itivers.
Kor fuller Information ask or wrilo
vour nearest ticket agent, or
tienersl l'assenger Agent.
TlieOicgou Unllroad Xavngntion
t'o. rortlslid. Oregon.
ASK THK AGKK1 rOH
.SioAiJiic. St. I'nul, Ituluth,
AND AI.I, rOINTS KAST.
2 TRAINS DAILY 0
I'AST TIMH. Li
NEW UQUIl'MUNT THR0U0I10UT.
Day Coaches, Palace nnd Tourist
Sleepers, Dining nnd llufTct,
Smoking Library Cars.
Djylight Trip through th) Cascade and
(nil iinrtlriilurs. Hutcs. Kolders
etc. call on or address
U. DICKSON, C. T. A.
122 3d St., Portland Ore.
S.O. YKHKKS., 0. W. I'. A.
611 First Avanua. Saattla Wash.
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Time Tabla No. 1
To Take Effect on Oct. lOlii, 1903.
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Ar. WIlilwiKxl t.v
Kobjcct to change without notice.
Alloutuaril IrelKht riirwanlccl only; ai Hie
Joint risk ol hlpier ainl cotishrnce.
Knight will not he rei-elvol at Hie O. A H
K. K. It. DeKt alter 6:00 p m. Tn lnaure
joruardlnK on next train IrelKht must iw
ilcllvcreil In amiile lime to permit of I. a
JOHN II. PUARSON5, Oenrral Manager
To ICIllilllllltn Nlalrkli-aa,
The new hunt of M. Tmc of the
l-'reneli navy designed to insi through
tin- waves without roll or pitch Is de
Kcrllied ns it combination of suliuinrlno
nml high platform. Tho siilimarlno la
MX) feet long, 75 feet wide and 12 feet
deep ami la to contain boilers, engines
nml steering gear, which will he sub
merged to ii depth of twelve feet.
From tho submarine will rise vertically
two floaters, sixty-live feet apart, each
200 feet long and 10 feet wide.
NOTICK TOR I'lJHI.ICATION.
Lund Olllce ut KoHchiirK, Orejron.
Notice Ik hereby trlven tbntthefol-lowliiK-nuiiicil
Hcttler Iiiih Hied notice
ol IiIh Intention to niiiku final proof
In Hiipport of IiIh clnlin, iiiul that
Willi proof will In.' liuiilo before ,1. ,1,
Wulton, C. S. CoiiiiiiIknIoiut ut Kil
pieuo, Oregon, on March in, 1001, vU:
Duvld KIIhoii on IiIh II. V, No. 1 1277
for the UK A NK . W 'A NH & NK 'A
HKKSecOTMH, It 4 K.
IIoimincHtlio followliiir wltneHHca
to provo IiIh contlnuoiiH reslilcuco
upon and cultivation of nald land,
J anion V. Ilollaud, of Lowell, Lano
Co., OreKoii.Wllllam .1. Hill, of Hiuel
Deli, Lane Co., Ore., .lohn T. Martin,
Alfred Walker, of Kiigene, Lano Co.,
' J. T. IhuiKiKR, lteglatcr.
W. S. Chrisman& Ely Banfs
t Class Turnouts,
CHUISMAX iS: MANf.S
Milage Wirov rivwr bhimix
Having purchased the warehouse formerly
owned by Messrs Ivlleilge & Higgins, we wish
to announce that we will continue to carry a
large stock of all kinds of Feed there, which will
be sold at lowest prices.
lly courteous treatment, square dealing we hope to
receive n lnrj;c share of your pattonnKc.
HAY AND I-'lUiD l.lil.IVKRlil) PROMPTLY.
Blarttmtr At IIiiunoii. prop.w.
R li Aitot'TTH, Manager.
I Spring Q beve-Qo arc wc
With Spray Pumps and Spray Compound.
IIih'h, ItukcH anil CultlvatorH. 3
ZZ OlIver'H Steel and Chilled I'Iowm. Z2
l'lsh llniM. W'ngoiiM. f
a full anil complete Line ol Hardware, Sloven and Tlmvam. A
SZ Mining Supplies our Specialty. z
The Bohemia Nugget
the Interests ol
$1.50 A YI'.AR
THE BOHEMIA NUGGET PUBLISHING COMPAMY,
C0TTAM: (1R0VK, OKHOON.
Taa Kaadx-to-fienia Caraal
Farmer era EatlnC "Foro.
"Thanls for 'Force.' I eat it
times a day. Folks call me 'Bunnjr
Took some to the country with me
Tim ana ite inrmeu out more
1 eating 'Force' bow.
..'.The Miners Supply. House...
Our Motto: Good Goods for Low Prices.
General Merchandise, Miners' Tools and Hmmnnition
I'lli'l llll lulls i'r
AIM! nil II It HI IIIK
mid Wack Utiltf 8lnj:c.
Doublo or Single.
COTTAr.lv CUOVH, ORIS
MA A tdS 9
Hill Heads, l:n elopes,
All Kinds of Job Work
Jim Dumpi found Mri. Dumpi
About an unexpected guest.
"There'i nothing In the house
to eat I"
"Thcre'a something better far
than m.al 'I
xfM Tho eueat endorsed JIm'a tIcw
When helped to "Force" br
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