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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1904)
H. C. MADSEN, i
Uepalrlnf at reasonable e.srrs. I
All wvtk inaraatMd flrsKlass. i
YTalskn, Clotss and Jswalrr at lmest IMcta (
UUT1AUH UKUVH, UHIi. ,
A. H. KING
Attorney at Law,
aoTTAaur, a nova, oke.
J. E. YOUNG
Offlc. on Main street, West Bld.--COTTAOIt
J. H. Medley. .1. C. Jolinnon
Office Suite :t Itttuk liltlfj.
Sjtcclnl attention given to Mining
und Corporation I.uw.
A NEW WATER REGISTER.
The Vme of IVnter ItrsHater. Una
flrovrn In Knvor of Late.
l'or many yours Inventors hnvo strlv
rn with unsatisfactory results to de
sign nn iiiitomnttc regulating Rate to
furnish n constnnt discharge under a
varying head, but the ditch rider Is
still compelled to rend the depth of
water Honing over n weir or through
a flume as often ns his other duties
permit. The wnter register takes the
place of the ditch rider, and Its work
Is more accurate and Is continuous. It
also gives an Impartial record, says
rield and Farm In Illustrating a water
stage recorder Invented by n Denver
man, which works ns follows:
The rise and fall of wnter In a reser
voir, river, canal or tlume raise and
L.T. Harris. A. C. Woodcock.
WOODCOCK & HARRIS,
Hpeelal attention siven to the law of Ml net.
ACTOUATtO WATEIt STAGE KKCOllllKli.
lower float it ml counterpoise con
ncctcd by n substantial eliuiti which
passes over n cut sprocket wheel, iiuv
tlon being Imparted by the float.
Twenty yearn oxerieiice. Kino 1 A paper divided and ruled Into tve
Htock wiles n sm-clnlty. Wrlta for tangnlnr space 1 securely fastened to
W. T. KAYSHK,
Cottage I! rove, Oregon.
Heldre There Nr.. SMun'ce rtcne IK.
J. E. HOSMER,
' PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Eye. Ear, Hose and Throat a SpscIaltY.
Office hours from 9 to 11am from 2 to 3 pm.
Sunday from 12to2 p m.
Office InMadsen Building, Main street,
COTTAGE. GROVE. OREGON.
BARKER & PERMAN
DEALERS IN FINE
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
Main street. CntMcn lroe-. Ore.
the cylinder and the time divisions run
nlng parallel to Its uxl and the depth
divisions at right angles thereto. The
pen or pencil making the record U
moved along the cylinder by the posi
tive action of the sprocket chain con
nected to the float so ns to Indicate the
movement from the float to the pencil
point nt nil times and under nil condl
Uons of water and weather. The Hue
tun t Ions In discharge create a zlgsag
line, and the mechanism Is so con
structed that the record can be extend
ed to cover several revolutions of tin
cyllnd'T, If necessary, with no confe
sion of the record.
Tlic First National Bant
CoTTAGK GROVK, ORE.
Paid i ) Capital, $25,000.00
Money to loan on approved security.
Exchanges sold, available anv place
Come nt once and ltnve your holi
day pliotoH taken in time to Rend to
friends for ChristinnH. Do not wait
till the Inst moment.
W. I- SlIANAI-EI.T.
(Inllery on Went Side, opposite
At $1. a'year
No Investor can afford to le
Journal for Investors
Any one of Its features is alone worth
the price of subscription.
It will tare you huudredi of dollars
Its cbaractor has never been Impugned.
JOURNAL, FOR INVESTORS CO.
Room G, Chamber of Commerce, Boston.
Address letters to P. O. Box 2617.
Don't neglect that house, but call
at the express olllce and have Tom
Awlirej write you up a policy in
cither the Ktnn Insurance. Co. or
the Oregon Klre Itellcf Association oi
McMIniivllle, Oregon. eot-3
CHILDREN OF THE FARMS.
ndurntr Thrtu n l'nrnitrt nt ti
1'mi cif Tlieiu, but n Lut ut Tlii'm,
A (rood deal has been written alio
said lately about rural education, but
perhaps nothing more cuhiilatcd to
startle the people most concerned in
this mbject Into independent thinkln?
than the opinions expressed by I'ro
feasor Kuseue Davenport nt the detlic 1
tlon of the first consolidated school ir
IJvliiKton county. III., at Seward
Anions other tvmarks. I'rofessor I.
eniKirt Is credited with the following
The damage done to homes, to bid'
vlduuR to agriculture, to Anierinip
, country life, to the community in gi i-
oral by the Infernal practice of mm
lug to town to educate the children' can
never be assessed at full value. I R.1.1
the 'Infernal practice.' because, while
the purpose has been good (njid wlim
will a mau not suffer for hi children Vt
yet the consequences have tiecii mo-tli
evil. The home hiis been broken tq
business suspended, false fdeim of ill
life engendered. Idleness etieouragoe,
anil-the product, when It Is turned air.
Is too often disappointing. It cannot
be otherwise. A family tratisporti'l t.
the villnge or the city for such a tea
son represents neither city life 1101
country life, and the young iK-opl
grow up in sympathy with neither iiih:
in Ignorance of both:
The Consolidated Country School.
"The consolidated country school l
the only plan proposed that will keep
Intact the country home, educate tut
chlU within the environment In which
he Is growing up and make him the In
tellectual equal of bis city cousin.
"Agriculture Is no calling now for
the grossly Incompetent or the hope
lessly Ignorant It will never be bet
ter suited to the man of low capacltj
than It Is today. On the contrary, it
will constantly demand more of him
and public policy will encourage that
"Accordingly our people must be ed
ucated educated not only as Individ
uals and American citizens, but edu
cated as farmers; not a few of them,
but a lot of tbem; not here and there
ono that has escaped, as from bondage
somewhere, but wbolo communities of
people, men and women together, benl
not only on getting the most out of
our lands, but also of getting most out
of country life."
x A UHKAT BKNSATION. m
There was a big sensation in Lees
ville, 1ml, when V. II. llrown o( that
place, who nns expected to die, had his
llfo saved bv Dr. King's New Discovery
lor Consumption, lie writes. "I en
dured insnriersble agonies from Asthnin,
but your New Discoorygve me imme
diate reliel and soon thereafter effected
n complete euro " Similar cures of
Consumption, I'lu'iimnnU, llrouchitis
and Grip arc numerous, lfs the peer
less remedy for all thtoat and lung
troubles, 'Price MV. and $1.00. Guar
anteed bv Morgan A Itrcliitut Druggist.
Trial bottles free. ,
lfnlf-t I'or llrmul Sunn,
Vai:..i's Tanner snys alfalfa lia
when fed to brood sows In winter
should be cut tine and fed with n little
meal. We find this Is not necess.iry. ;
For two years now we have v Uttered'
our brood sows on plain alfalfa hay
without cutting, and they eat It up
clean. Not a spoonful of g - ! Is given
them until they farrow The elTvt of
the alfalfa Is seen In'tlie sptom! d il ,
Ity of the pigs produced and the nbuu
dant yield of milk by the sows.
SCIATIC ltllKI'MATlSM CUKKD.
"I have Ih'Oii subject to sciatic rhen
niatism for vears." hivb V.. II. Widdroii.
ol Wilton Junction, town. "Mv joints
were still and gave me much tuiiti and
discomfort. Mv joints would crsck
when I straightened up, 1 ued Cham
berlain's Tain llrtlni and have been
thoroughly cured. Have not had a
pain or ache (mm tho old trouble (01
many nionlns It is certainly a most
wundcifiil liniment." Kor sale bv New
South Teoria St.,
CmcAiio. Ill . Oct. 7. I00J.
Klglit luontlu ago I vas so 111
that I w ns tompelUl to lie. or sit
down nearly tM tho tlino. My
stomach was so weak and upset
that I could keep nothing on it
and I vomited frequently. I
could not urinate without great
pain ami I coughed to mudi that
my throat and lungs were raw
and tore. The doctors lw
nounced it llright's diseaso and
others said it was consumption.
It mattered little to mo what
they called it and 1 had no dc
sirotolive. A sister visited me)
from St. Ijoiiis and asked 1110 if
I had ever tried Wino of Cardul.
I told her 1 had not and sho
bought a bottle. I brltevo that
itsnvel mv life. 1 believe many
women could sae niuch suffer
ing if they but knew of its value.
W. S. Chrismanit Ely Basils
IturkYTbent mu n l-rd l'nr lloira.
Iluckwhent Is so valuable for human
food that It Is rarely used to feed farm
nnlmnls. The hulls arc mostly uin-r
and poor, but the middlings are most
nutritious, says l'mfossor r. S. t'oolej
of .Massachusetts Agricultural college
Feeding trials of ground buckwheat for
hogs, coveting HO days, have shown
no bad effects and n remarkably rapid
gain. The gains appear to Ik' more
rapid thati with most grains because
hogs consume larger quantities of the
buckwheat. The consumption of feed
per pound of grain, however. Is rather
creator than wMth corn and wheat
A DANDY FOR llUUNS.
Dr. Hergin, Pana, Ills., writes: "I
have used Italian!' Snow Liniment; al
ways recommended ittouiv friends, as
I am confident there is no better made.
'It is a dsndv fer burns." Those who
w ho live on farms are especially liable
to many accidental cuts, burns. Lruisee,
which heal rannllv when Dullard's
Snow Liniment is atuilled. It should
always le kept in the lioiue for cases of
emergency. i.n', 000 si.uo Dottle. .ew
Ion't you want freedom from
pain? Tuke Wino of Canlui
and make ono supreme effort to
he well. You do n.-t need t.i Is'
a weak, helpless sufferer. ou
can hae u woman's hi'alth and
ilea woman a wurk 111 life. liy
not secure a bottle of Wine of
llordui from your druggist today?
THE COMBINATION HORSE.
The Trnrhrr'a Fnolt.
Teacher Why, Freddy, how did you
get those black and blue welts on your
Scholar Them's your fault, teacher.
Teacher My fault? What do you
Scholar (sobbing remlnlsceutlyi
Why, you told mo It was a poor rule
that didn't work both woys. So when
I went home I took pa's new two foot
rule that doubles up on a hinge and
bent It back till It worked both ways,
and then pa said I'd broken the Joints,
and he went and got bis razor strop.
Id by Le&ding
fl -ffiilt" jPijAp StNO FOR
Us fSwy V-rfSSfsr XDtaMr,vteoo,ttri
" 1 ST. PAUL.
I Nothing has cVer equalled it.
I Nothing can ever surpass it.
I Dr. King's
I New Discovers
fP, lOWHUMrTIO-Y p.c, II
IA Perect For All Throat and if
Cure: Luncr Troubles. II
B Monty backlf I trails. Trial Oottla fre. II
Onr Farm Animals.
Washington, D. C The acting statis
tician of the department of agricul
ture has completed his estimate of the
number and value of farm animals In
tho United States on Jan. 1, 1004, by
teparate states. The totals for the
country are shown in the following ta
Number, per head.
Hones 16.736.063 141 03
A startling incident is narrated bv
John Oliver of i'liiladelpliin, as follows':
"I was in an awful condition. Mvskin
was almost yellow, eye? Miuken, tongue
eoa'ed, pain continually in back unci
sides, no appetite, growing weaker dav
by day. Three physicians .hud given
me up. Then I was advised to uto
Klectric Hitters: to mv ureal iov. Urn
nrtt bottle made a decided improve
ment. I continued their use for time
weeks, and am now a well man. I
know thev robbed the grave of another
victim." No one should fail ta try
them. Only 60 cents, guaranteed at
Morgan A llrehaut's drug store.
A l.o 11 K I.Unl llorar.
The Gentleman's Magazine of 1737
contains notice of the accidental death
of k cart gelding owned by Klchard
-Vndall of the Grange, tSouthwark,
London. The horse died from the ef
fects of a cut on the knee. This horso
had been forty-four years In Air. Ken
dall's possession and had been the
property of his former owner fifteen
years, whence It would seem he was
3fty-nlne years old when he met with
the accident which caused his death.
Ilotr to Trnlit mill Otrr For
Tlmt la nturnl (inllril.
The natural gaited or so called com
bination horso Is from tlftccn to sixteen
hands high, being naturally strong in
general conformation and standing
straight on his medium sited feet, with
his legs well under Ids body. Ills round,
flatlike toes inilnt straight forward, so
as to Insure an easy gait. The fox trot,
single foot nnd running walk are the
most desirable gaits, although a few
persons like the canter, slow pace or
trot. The latter gait, however. Is con-1
suiereii nesi ror Harness use unless a
higher rate of speed Is desired, says II.
i;. Iluck lu In rui and Itaiich.
The pace Is the foundation gait of the
saddle horse. A colt that paces when
lt Is foaled has brighter prospects than
any otla'r animal of his kind. When
the colt Is n week old he should tie led
, by a baiter and the process nqieateil
each week until he Is weaned at the
age of six months. The colt should
then be bridled. When about eighteen
I months old he may be saddled. This
I gauges Ills disposition, and he may soon
I bo ridden by it small boy from two tc
; four miles every other day. Havini!
I gone his several gaits under a saddle
it Is time to harness and Induce him u
( pull a cart. Deal gently with the colt
Do not encourage the uso of whip or
spur unless he Is III tempered. In such
nn event study the disposition of your
, charge, conquer him by tlrtliness mid
use n whip If necessary. It Is lnqtcr,
however, to abandon the whip than ai
ply It In anger. He humane.
The combination horse should bring
from ?1(J to $'.'."MI us a two-year old
and at that age can he used for any
kind of Ilk-lit work. Ills tmttie and tail
should be long nnd thick. Such 11
growth Is possible by washing the
mane and tall nbout twice a month
with castile soap and water, while
is also ndvlsable to grease with bird
about once a month. Every farmer
should own a combination horse both
from the standpoint of business and
pleasure. Such nn animal may be
driven to a vehicle or saddled without
interfering with his natural gait or
sacrificing speed. It is enconomy to
keep one well bred combination horse
In preference to one buggy horso and
another for saddlo use. During the
past ten years I have exhibited nnd
won premiums with combination
horses at almost every fair In Tcxa
Iteno Clipper, 2:17M, at tho head o
my stable at McKlnney, Tex., has won
thirty-eight premiums, while his colts
have taken sixty-five premiums. Scv
cnteen sales of his colts average over
J242.33 per head.
and union Pacific
Three Trains To Tho h'ast Dally.
Through l'ullman standard and tour
ist sleeping cars dully to Omaha, Chi
cago, Spokane; tourist sleeping cars
daily to Kansas City ; through Pullman
tourist sleep ng cms (personally con
ducted) weekly toChlcago. KaumisOllv
reclining chaircniN (seats fteej to the
A IK) lil t ICK OK I II K
Holiciiiiu (itul lllnck Htittc St (!(.
Class tails, Double or Single.
CIIKISMAN & HANGS - COTTAG1J GKOVU, OR 12
No flu nut of or.
l. (fill. m.
7 :4Ai.in, '
salt Kike, Denver
Ft. Worth. Omaha.
Kansas City, St.
l.ouis, Chicago and
Suit Uike, Denver,
Ft. Wotth, Omaha. I lUMlii.m
Kansas City, bt,
Wulla Walla, Lew
iston , SK)kaiie, S'tX)a.m.
Minneapolis , St.
l'aul. Diilmh, Mil-,
wankee, Cliicugo At
OCEAN AND IllVlilt SCIIEIIL'LB
For San Franclsiv Kvery live days
at S:00 11. 111. For Astoria, way-points
and North lleach Daily (except Sun
day! nt S :00 p. in. ; Saturday ut 10:00 p.
111." Daily service (water permitting) on
Willamette and Yatt hill Hivers,
For fuller information ask or write
your nearest ticket aiient. or
A. L. CRAIG,
tieneral Passenger Agent.
TheOiegon Kallroad A N'avagation
t'4). Portland, Oregon.
ASK TIIK Art Kin FOlt
S1x1l.ii ur, St. l'aul,
CiIciiuii, St hauls
1- SV"V. ssvV sj.'VSft. 9 svswv e sss.. -sVsV-t
Cottage Grove flour mills.
Having purdmsctl the warehouse Ibriuerly
owned liy Messrs IJllede tS: IIii,rniiis, we wish
to annoiiiiee that we will continue to carry a
larj;e stock of all kinds of Feed there, which will
he sold at lowest prices,
lly courteous treatment, squnrc tlcnlliiK we liopc to
receive 11 mre share ol your imttotinnc.
HAY AND l'l'I-l) nUl.IVHKICI) l'KOMl'TI.V.
IBitrdiiiiV HmiNcu. roi.s.
I?. tiAUoi'TTH, Manager.
ksV.SVSassvtVSA.st,As S- tsvsa.s.sa.ssvsj
I Spring 19 bcrcSo are we j
With Sjiray I'unip.s and Spray Coiupottud. 5i
lliH'H, ItnkoH nnd CttttlvutorH. rZS
S: OIlver'H Sleel nnd Chilled Flown. 3
SZ l'l"h llroM. Wngons. w
ZZZ a full nnd complete Line of lliirilwnri', SIiivcm Mini 't'liitvurv. 3
Milling Supplies our Specialty. 3
ANI ALL I-OINTS HAST AND SOI'TII
Overland Trains Dally The Flyer
And The Fast Mall
Milk cows. 17.U9.S17
I Bniiar Ileet I'lnnta Claim One CI 1 7.
I According to current report, Janes
vllle, Wis., has been trying to make up
1 its mind which ono of two $1,000,000
sugar beet plants It will permit to lo
cato within Its borders. Janesrille is
tho" center of what Is pronounced by
good authorities one of tho best sugar
beet growing regions in tho country
and a truly delectable land for tho
beet sugar Industry.
BEST COUGH MEDICINE FOlt
CHILD It EN.
When you buy a cough medicine for
small children you want one in which
you can place Implicit confidence. You
want one mat not only relieves but
cures. You want one that Is unques
tionably harmless. You want one that
is pleheant to take. Chamberlain's
Cough Kemedy meets all of these con
ditions. Theie is nothing bo good for
mo cotiRiia ami colds incident to clilltl
hood. It is also a certain preventive
and cure for croun. and there Is no
danger whatever from whooping cough
when it Is given. It has been used in
many epidemics of that disease with
HEALTH IS YOUTH.
DiaeaKe and Sickness Bring Old Age.
Herbine. taken everv morninu before !
breakfast, will keen von in minim
health, tit vou to ward of disease. It I
cures constipation, biliousness, dys
pepsia, (ever. skin, liver, and kidnev I
complaints. It purifies the. blood und 1
clears the complexion, Mrs. D. W.
S nith, Whitney, Texas, writes April 3. 1
1002: "I have need Herbine. and Unit
it the best medicine for constipation
and liver trubles. It does all you
claim for it. lean highly recommend it."
50c a bottle. New Era Drug Store. I
Ilreaklngr si Wlahbone,
The divining rod Is a 'feature In all '
early mythology, especially so among '
tho Hindoos. As tho forked branch or
n tree it indicated In various parts of
Europe, Asia and Africa where treas
ures were hidden or where water might
A rilETTV (iOOD scurjMn.
A friend of ours, the owner and man
ager of a first class hotel In a town of
10,000 in a western state, lias rented
eighty acres of lancl near the town,
hired n competent market gardene
poultryman und dairyman and will
hereafter supply his hotel with the
vegetables, milk, eggs, cream, butter
and small fruits which be needs. He
will keep a drove of hogs to consume
the waste of tho hotel, nnd has figured
It out that he can make good money
doing It, besides securing tho best 11m'
freshest of such products for his table,
Tt costs him about $3,000 a year for Ids
1 11' el supplies of this sort, and he tells
i'h he can see a clean saving of at least
71,000, besides any surplus he may
nave to dispose of.
MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP.
lucre's nothing liku doing n thing
iiiorougiiiy. ut an me mujvhs you ever
heard of, llucklen's Arnica Salve is tho
bo readily found. From the forked 2"'. ' ,l a.'a.:iallL,", ' c,V,re "H"1."'
branch of a tree it was but a step to j j.:rllpi0ll, nn(1 ,.jplj j.B onl; 2,,
tho forked clavicle of a bird, and this and guaranteed to give satisfaction by
hnna .irau OArtn 1.,.,,,. ... ...1.1. ,1 . , . . . . . . , . J
vv ,.uo luiniw iuu (juwur , .uurgan re jironaiu, i-fruggiBt
vi securiug xno grauueauon or tlic
wishes of those who In breaking It re
tained tho forked part, for it was the
fork that was possessed of mystic
Drug 8 tore
Eor sale by New Era
GUARDIANS' SALE OF REAL PROPERTY.
Notice Is herebv crti ih Ihatliv vlrlnnnr.nn, 1
der Issued out of the County Couit of the state
Of Orezuu for f Jllie L'ountv. which halri .irder ! I
dated I ho Mb. day of March, 1U01, 1 will, on or
after Saturday the 23rd day ufAurl). IWH.sell
at prlvale sale for catli In hand, all the un
divided one forty second Interest of Homer !), i
Uedford anil Stella I. Itedford mlliori, In the
followlnif described real ettate, towlt: Iiegln :
nlng at a jjolnt au feel east of (ho B. K. corner of
Lurch Ilrothcrs uam h(iui, W.t. nintilnv lhi.n.M
east ulonit the kouth line of the John Cochran '
Ucnatlon Iiml Clalui, a diMauteof 21 rods,
than... .-.,. u-ul- ili.nn.u... in...j. .1 :
" ..".. uiu.il. ,uu,a nca, .01,1.,, lUUIltTV
nouiu to me piace oi ueg-inninir, except a right
.of wry heretofore deeded to the O. & 8. K. it. it.
all In Tp. 20 B. It. s v. In Une County. Oregon,
Hated this 22ad day of March, idol,
itarrtet K. itedford, Guaadlan of Homer I).
Itedford and Stella I. itedford, minors. 0-1 1
No I K ncro nnd U room house In
Jones nililltlon. Hee Medley & Milne
Three miles east of
Cottage Grove on tlic
old Jackson Kile place
of Rough Lumber, at
If you aro In need of liny
tlilnir in our line call at mill or
uddi'CHH tin nt CottiiKo drove.
' WE WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT.
I McKibben Bros. I
Up to date Equipment
Daylight Trip across the Cascade and
Kor Tickets, Itatcii, I'ohlerH nnd
I'ull Informutlon, Call on or address,
II. DICKSON, C. T. A.
122 3d St., Portland Ore.
8. G. YKItKKS., U. W. V. A.
tl First Arenue, Seattle Wash.
0. & S. E II R
Time Table No. 2
To Take EITett on Apr. 2nd, I!
No a-No 1
3aud (Hat only,
No 2-No 4
The Bohemia Nugget
Published livery Friday
the Interest ol
$1.30 A YUAK
n in qti
V? V? I?
Hill Heads, l:ni elopes,
All Kinds of Job Work
THE BOHEMIA NUGGET PUBLISHING COMPAMY,
COTTAOIi 0R0VI:t 0RKQ0N.
The Mining- and
SAN FKANCISCO, CAL.
Never irlnted a line of paid
2:ai 7:3(1 0
3:60 7:1 3.2
2:.Vi 7:.Vi a
2:VJ 7-M C.3
.04 H:0I 7 7
3:11 :II S3
3:17 H:17 116
-.!: 8:2(1 10 C
S.r, HX, 11 3
3:SX S.IU 12
.1:11 K:.' 12 8
. . Ccrro Oordo
O at el I'll .
. . Hleuart
Hubject to rlianite without notice.
All outward freiirlit foruarilnd finlvlat llm
juiii. ri. ui .uipur ami euiiBiKiu'e.
Freight will not be received at tlie O. AS
K. It. It. Ilenot after &:IjO 11. in. To liiiura
lorwardliift on nest train freight must in
delivered In ample time to permit of Us
A. u. wuuu, Acting (Jen Mur.
Notice Ih licreliy ulvcn to all whom
it may concern that tho tiuilcrtdirnctl.
I111H liy oritur of thu iloiioriililu
County Court 01 tho Htate of Orcjron,
for tho County of Lane been duly an.
pointed nilinliilHtrator of tho cHtato
01 lieonro f rcuericK uale. ileceaKet .
and that all pei-Hoim IiiivIiik datum
aKiiliiHtfjaldcHtatoure required topro
Hent the mime duly vertlfled with thu
IiroiiervoiiclierH to tho ttinlern irned.
at IiIh reHltlenco liifuililCoiinty, which
Ih ntCottiiKodrovo within HlxinontliM
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