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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1904)
H. C. MADSEN,
tlrpotrln c at reasonable Mauea.
All work f uaraaleed flnt-elau.
Walrf,CtoeVa and Jewetrjr t toweat rrlcti
COrrAOK OKOVK, OHE. 1
A. II. KING
Attorney; nt fjiiw,
UOTTAOK, OJtOVli, OUK.
J. E. YOUNG
Offle. on lln meet, Weit flde
COTTAOK GROVK. OR!!.
.1. S. Medley. .1. C. Johnson
Office Suite .7 Hank Uhta.
Special attention Klven to Mlnlnff
mid Corporation Law.
A. C. Woodcock,
WOODCOCK & HARRIS,
Special attention glien to the law ol Minn,
Twenty years experience. Fine
stock wiles a Kjieclalty. Writs for
dates. W. T. KAYSEH,
CottaRO Grove, Oregon.
Ittiidcnce There Ko.IM Ufl-ie I tccelSC.
T. E. HOSMER,
N1YSICUN and SUKGEON
Eye. Ear, Nosa and Throat a Specialty. '
Odce hours Iron 9 to 11 a m from 1 to.a p.m.
Sunday from 12 to 5 p m.
Office in Mden Building. Main street,
COTTAGE DROVE. OREGON.
BARKER & PERMAN
THE EXCHANGE -7
DEALERS IN FINE
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
Main itreet. l'tlt tiroie Ore.
The First National Bank
Cottage Grovk, Ore.
, : t ?. nn
x-diu A J vyiicii, .p-'Oi'-'uu. --
Money to loan on approved tecurity.
Exchanges sold, available anv place
n tlieUnited States
T n U'nmri
Come at once anil have your noil-
day photos taken I. time to send to
Irlendsfor Christmas. Do not wait
till the last moment.
. i . SlIANAFEI.T.
Gallery on est bide, opposite
At $1. a year
No Investor can afford to lie
Journal for Investors
Any one of In (eituteali alone worth
the price ot lutacrlHIon.
It vlll cure you buudredi ol dollari
Iti cbaractor bai never been Impugned.
JOURNAL FOR INVESTORS CO.
Room G, Chamber ol Commerce, Iloaton.
Addrem letter! to "P. O. Box S517.
Don'tneglect that house, but call
nt the oxpress office, anil have Tom '
Awbrej write you lip a policy In,
iheOrcKon Flro'ltellef Association ol
MeMliuVvllIe. Oreiron. cot3
FOR WOME 1
Sold JobAiryj '
Nothing has ever equalled it.
Nothing can ever surpass it.
A Perect For AH Throat and
PtiM, I.unor Troubles.
Money back If It falls. Trial Bottles free.
A LIGHT TREAD POWER.
Clmrnlnir. Tnrnlim h Urlnd-
lone nnd Klmllnr Work.
A light trend iovcr for churning,
turning tlic grindstone nnd Rlmllnr
ttork, llltiKtrnted by American ArxI
riilturlat, Is iiuule liv mounting n disk
wheel nearly horlxontnlly, the nxle be
ing Inellned o one portion will bo
higher thnn the other. The dog, sheep
or cnlf used for motive power Is tied
nt one side, hended townrd the higher
part. As the nnlmnl walks, the wheel
turns because of the animal's weight,
nnd communicates motion to the pul-
TUB Til RAD roWIUl AND CI1011N.
ley or small friction wheel benenth.
There are no belts, no cogs.
weight of the nnlmnl bears the part of
the large Inclined wheel upon the
smaller wheel beneath nnd causes It
A discarded wagon wheel might bo
used as the framework of the large
wheel, nailing boards on the upper
surface for the nnlmnl to walk on, or
1 n frame Is easily made, nnd If sonte
' what larger than a wagon wheel say
six feet or t.cven feet In diameter the
1 circle will be larger nnd the nnlmnl
will tlnd the walking more direct. The
under wheel may be six or eight Inches
In diameter. The power Is Increased
, by giving the large wheel more pitch.
, nnd diminished by setting it more
SHREDDED CORN FODDER.
In Independent t'nltlr riant linn
Willi Wlint Mmur Karmrra Wnatr. '
What an up to date IIIluols cattle-
, man and farmer thinks of the wuste of
corn fodder Is shown by the address of
Mr. A. 1 Grout liefore the Nebraska
state Iwartl of agriculture. He recount
ed the stupendous waste In the com
crop that goes on from year to year ou
the farms of the torn growtug states.
' He explained that under existing con
ditions ami the prevailing Idea that the
corn farmer cannot afford on his high
priced land to raise his own feeders the
corn grower, who Is as a rule also a
feeder, buys his feeders of whatever
kind he can get good, bad or Indiffer
ent -from some other section of the
country where land Is cheaper. This,
to Mr. Grout's mind. Is radically wrong,
as It does not penult the corn groner
nnd feeder to say what kind of stock he
will feed. He says: "I believe the
tanner suuuiu ruu uu uiuein-uui-m
plunt from start to nnish. and when he
las raised the corn or other food au.i
desires to market It through his stunk
that he will have the stock of the lytic
UUU uuamj lu wilisuiuc 11. mut itia
,t. i. .,.. , ..,.,
Judgment tells him will net him the
most money. The farmer who raises
the most corn must, of course, produce
the greatest amount of that foodstuff
now so prodigiously and profligately
com ,n ,mnolg For the pngt lwo
tne yield has been between eighty
unj ninety bushels per ncre nnd the
yield of fodder over three tons per acre.
1 have every acre, every stalk, cut up
and run through the shredder. I have
kept a careful account of the cost of
doing this work, and I am prepared to
demonstrate that the fodder does not
cost to exceed $1 a ton after deducting
the cost of gathering and cribbing the
corn In the ordinary way. Now. then,
I have a ton of fodder tlmt has cost me
$1 and is worth at the least calculation
about half as much as timothy liny
which In my section of Illinois Is
My fodder then la worth $4 a ton. Ily
the Investment" of $1 I have secured a
valua of $1.
"Now, by a proper combination of this
fodder with other kinds of food, such
as clover, cowpeas or alfalfa or grain.
I can donble Its value and make It the
equal of timothy bay and even better
nnd more valuable ton for ton. I have
a first class stock food that will keej
goo(i condition lots of cows und their
caiTC9. j m ralse an tne feeders for
whlcn farm wl ralse the ,
market and they will not
cost me so much as it would to go upon
the market and buy them, and besides
1 1 am the master of the situation as to
the type and quality of the stock I
"Mailt" Horace Not Wanted.
Professor Kennedy of Iowa pro
nooDces the draft horse the best one
for the farmer to rats a horse weigh
ing 1,600 pourjds or over, In ordinary
working condition. But the greatest
neod In horse breeding, according to
this authority, 1 same definite plan.
Qvcry farmer should attempt to pro
duos horses of some definite type, such
as the market demands, and this can
only be done by deciding on the breed
or type one desires to breed and then
1 resolutely sticking to It A horse that
will class neither as a light horse, coach
none nor draft horse la a "misfit," and
the market Is constantly flooded with
For Good HoaMlB,
OflJctrs elected nt tie American
Uoadmikers' convention at Hartford,
Conn., were: President, James n. Mac
Donald, New Haven, Conn.; treasurer,
William P. Dudson, New York; secre
tary, W. L. Dickinson, Springfield,
Mass. These officers were empowered
to appoint a rice president from each
tats of the Union.
BEST COUGH MEDICINE FOR
When you buy a cough medicine for
small children you want one In which
you can place Implicit confidence. You
uant one that not only relieves but
cures. You want one that Is unques
tionably harmless. You want one that
Is pleatunt to take, Chamberlain's
Cough Itemedy meets all of these con
ditions. There is nothing bo good for
the coughs and colds incident to child
hood. It Is also a certain preventive
and cure for croim. and there is no
danger whatever from whooping cough
when it Is riven. It lm been need in
innnv epidemics of that disease with
iierfect success, For sale by New Era
.,... ii Imr Ki'liailtltm III l.l'ca-
jville, 1ml, when W. II. llrown ot that
place, who was cineeliil to tile, nan ins
life saved hv l)r. King's New Oltcoveiy
tor Ciiimumiilion. He writes. "I en
dured linMifleraWn agonies from Asthma,
hut votir Now Difcoxerygave mo imme
diate icliel ami soon thereafter eHVi'ted
a complete cure " Similar cures ol
Consumption. Pneumonia, Hronchitls
ami Grip are numerous. It's the peer
less remedy (or all thioat nnd lung ,
troubles. "Price toV. and $1.00. Gtmr
anteel by Morgan & Itrehntit Druggist.
Na . ,,scouiieuatoi,v ller
is thr .my iwonty-yeiir-uld in. n. will
no Ihv.,1 ,iii I weighing only ttXi pouud 1
wlm gels a salary of Jlu.lHiO a year a
a lior.'.- Jockey, while this line looking,
bcwhiskcreil "JiM Hund man who ha
been through college nnd tlvologlen I
seminary works html to eniv for h
country school or parish for $1,000 n
SCIATIC KHKUMATISM tH'UKl).
"I have been snhjoet to sciatic rheu
matism for vcnrs,"svs K. 11. Waldron,
ot Wilton Junction, Ion . "My joints
were stilViind gave me much pain and
illtcoinforl. My joints would crack
when I straightened up, I used Cham
berlain's Pail) mini and have been
thoroughly cured. Have not had a
p:iin or Hclie from the old trouble (or
tnsnv moulds It is certainly a mot
uouderCiil liniment." For wile bv New
Kra Drug Store.
A striking Instance of canine lutein
gehce is reported from Paris. A male
schoolteacher named Dlllnz was way
laid one evening near Charenton bridge
by two roughs, who set upon him ami
nfter titling Ms pockets, Hung him hit"
the Seine. A collie dog that happened
to be near, without being encouraged
to do so by any crsoti Indeed there
were none who saw the circumstance
nt once plunged Into the water and.
catching the man by the coat, aided
him to keep ntloat until the river po
lice, attracted by his cries, arrived to
his assistance. M. Dlllar wns sub-e
qucntly nble to furnish the police with
a description which led to the arrest of
A DANDY FOH ltUKNS.
Dr. Herein. l'niKi. Ills., writes:
have used Ballard's Snow Liniment ; al
ways reconimendeil it to mv friends, as
I am confident theie is no better made.
'It is ft ilunde fer burns.' Those, who
w ho live on farms are especially liable
to many accidental cuts, uurns, uriuse,
which heal rapidly when Itallanl's
Snow Liniment is applied. It should
always le kept in the liouse for cases of
emergency." 2.V 50c J1.00 bottle. New
Kra Drug Store
The Kllllnsr of Olrda.
Indiscriminate killing of birds Is as
much u violation of law in Texas as
the taking of human life. The one Is
a misdemeanor, the other a felony.
The present game law was passed lu
response to au earnest appeal of the
Te.ias boll weevil convention and oth
er renresentatlrc bodies of farmers and
business men, the object being to pro- i one to be observed. lor ir pmnteu oui
tect crops. At this season of the year before this the depth of the average
it would be well to bear In mind sec- hotbed will not suttlcc ns head room,
tlon 3, as follows: , and the foliage will become crippled
"It shall be unlawful for any person 1 and often froien by getting in contnet
in the state of Texas to take or need- with the glass. The use of mats Is
lessly destroy the nest or the eggs of J avoided, reliance being put upon the
nny wild bird or have such nest or eggs latent heat from the soil to keep up
In his or her possession except ns per- the required temperature. Warmth nt
mltted by this act" This year let the , the roots und a cool top will perfect
farmers of Texas Inquire Into how the i finer beads than where the plants nre
game law has been enforced, concludes j coddled nnd become puny from lack of
Farm and Ranch. i light and air.
--- ' Lntrr SiTrtnaa In Cold r'mniea.
KOUUKD THE GKAVK. The above details apply to all the
A startling incident is narrated by earliest batches. The later Bowings
John Oliver of Philadelphia, as follows: : urc planted lu cold frames, without the
"I was In an awful condition. Mvekin utd of fermenting materials. These
was almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue nst lota are planted In frumes that en
coated, pain continually in back and Joy 6halXv from thc hcat ot mldduy.
sides, no appetite, grow.ng weaker day CauIlflower!1 UclSUt !n p, treatment
n?edupy: fclrZ-is't're t. spring require protection
Klectric Hitters; to my great joy, the' from sun, or the foliage suffers, nnd
flret bottle made a decided improve-1 consequently the heads are of poor col
ment. I continued their use for thrte or and quality. If any crop appears to
weeks, and am now a well man. I j come on slowly nnd a break lu the sup
know thev robbed the grave of another . piy ig thereby threatened use nitrate of
victim. No one should fail to try In the water Blverj, and the result
ftnSeWr' 01 will b. magical It is not desirable to
" I use the nitrate In a general way, as it
Forestry Projecta' !u the Xorthtreat.
Washington, D. C The bureau of for
estry and the Weyerhauscr Timber com
pany have entered into an agreement by
which the former undertakes to prepare
working plans for the conservative
management of about 1,300,000 acres
of the company's timber lands In Wash'
Uv tho nirreetnent the Wever-
hauser company agrees to uefrny the ,
living and traveling expenses of agenU I were round to to aiseasea wucn siaugn
of tho bureau engaged In thc work. ' tered. This means that tho tuberculin
The Northern Pacific Hallway company , test waa totally unreliable, for In over
has al6o requested that the bureau of 20 per cent of the cases It failed to de
forestry prepare working plans for lta tect the disease. Such flares are open
enormous timber land boldlncs in to grave doubt, says Stockman and
Washington and Idaho. The timber 1
lands of the Weycrbauser and the
Northern Pacific companies nre the
inoit extensive privately owned tracts
of land for which the bureau of for
estry has ever been nskod to prepare
HEALTH IS YOUTH.
Disease and Sickness Bring OM Age.
Herhine, taken every morning before
hreakfabt, will keep you in robust
health, lit you to Hani of disease. It
cures constipation, biliousness, dys
pepsia, fever, skin, liver, und kidney
complaints. It purifies the blood und
clears the complexion, Mrs, D. W.
S nlth, Whitney, Texas, writes Aprils,
iwc: "i nave used ilerbine, anil Unci
it the bcBt medicine for constipation
and liver tr,ubles. It does all you
claim for it. lean highly recommend it."
50c a bottle. New lira Drug Store.
GU1RDI1HS' SUE OF REAL PROPERTY.
NntlfeU hereby nrlf en thatbr virtue of an or
der lHaueil out ot the County Court of the Htate
ttl Oregon fur Lane County, which all order li
dated the Uth day ol March, 1U04, 1 will, on or
after Saturday the 23rd day of April. l'JOt.aeU
at nrlvate aale for eauh In hand, all the un.
dhldedone forty second Interest of Homer I).
ueuiuru inu eiena i. iieuiuru luiuun, 11: me
foltowlrnrdeacrllied real eKtate. towlti fteKln-
iiinitatanollitiKHeetcantofthoii. K. cornerot
Lurch mothers ware houe lot, running thence
ea.t along the wulh line of the John Cochran
Donation Lund Claim, a dUtanieof 21 rodi,
touth to tho plate oi beg-lnulng, except a right
of wry heretofore deeded to the O. & B. K. H. H.
all InTp. 20 B. It. 9 W. In Lane County. Oregon.
j'aicq (ilia nnu uay oi Man-u, iwi.
Harriet K. itadlord. Ouaadlan of Homer D.
Itedford and Stella I. itedford, minora, 8-U
M ncre und G room Iioufce lu
See Medley & .Mil no
232S Kcelcy St ,
CitiCAiii). (u... Oct.. a. mi
I suffered with falling and con
gestion ot the womb, with seiere
pains through the gmina. 1 tul
(exeil terribly at the time of men
truation, had blimling lieadaclies
and milling ol blood to the brain.
What to try 1 knew not. for it
eemed that I had tried all and
failed, but I had neier tried W ine
of Canlul. that blessed remeily for
sick women. I found it pleasant
to take and soon knew that I nail
the right medicine New blood
seemed to course through myyinj
and after imng eleven bottles I
was a well w oinan
Mrs. Hush is now in perfect
health because she took Wine of
Card hi for menstrual disorders,
bearing down pains and blinding
hendaches when all other remedies
failed to bring her relief Any
iiffcrcr may sivure health by tak
ing Wine of Oanliu in her home.
The first bottle convinces the pa
tient she s on the road to health.
For advice in cases requiring
special directions, address, giving
symptoms. Thel.vbes Advisory
Department." The t'hnttanooga
Meilicme Co.. Chattanooga. Turn.
Trnnapliiiillitic Into l'uta.
The first transplanting of the plants
Is done Into two and a half Inch lHits,
placing the seedling at the side of the
pot Instead of In the center This will
be found n great preventive against
"damping ofT." ns It Is termed. It tuny
nlso lie called water ixit fever. Potting
i ort young seedlings of any description
may be uiucli more rupiiuy none in tins
way and the percentage of loss consld
erably reduced by this simple means.
It Is a well known fact, too, that when
n plant begins to feel the sides of the
pot It rapidly prognoses. When the
plants are ready for a shift they are
transferred Into four Inch lots. using
nt this time a good. rich. light soil.
temiiernture of B0 to Oo degrees at
night Is most suitable, (liven these
conditions. It will not be long before a
six Inch pot will be needed. If It Is
Intended to finish the crop in pots the
final shift may be to a seven Inch at
this last potting.
PlnUtilpic the Crop.
We prefer to finish tho crop In a
hotbed made up about March 15, plant
lug out. Ily that time the plants will
have become somewhat root bound,
which la a desirable condition, since It
checks the tendency to leaf production
and hastens the formation of the Mow
er head, llils state Is an Importnnt
has a tendency to make tho heads too
large. Small ones are always preferred
by the epicurean. American Garden
ing. Tuberculin Test.
A foreign paper present statistics to
show that out of 47,088 animals lm-
ported from Denmark Into Germany
n.08 which passed the tuberculin test
Farmer. In competent hands the test
has not shown nny such percentage of
error In this country. In fact, it has
failed In few cases. The chief failure
of the test Is that It makes no distinc
tion between encysted and harmless
bodies of tubercular matter nnd active
and dangerous ones.
MAKES A CLKAN SWKHP.
There's nothing like doing a thing
thoroughly. Of alt tho Salves you over
liearti oi, uucklen a Arnica oaive is mo
Lieut, it sweeps away anil cures nurus,
Sores, Ilruiscs.Ciits. ltoils, Ulcers, Skin
Eruptions and Piles. It's only Ma,
und guaranteed to give satisfaction by
Morgan A Jlrehaut, Druggist.
Three miles cast of
Cottage Grove on the
old Jackson Kile place
A. 11 Kinds
of Rough Lumber, at
If you nro In need of any.
tliliiK In our lino call tit mill or
atldruxB UB nt Cottage drove.
WE WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT.
and union Pacific
Three Trains ToThcJast Dally.
Through Pullman standard and tour
ist steeping cars dally to Omaha, Chi
cago, Spokane i tourist steeping cars
dally to Kansas City ; through Pullman
tourist sleep ng cars (personally con
ducted) weekly toChlcago, KaiisasOlty :
rccllnini! chaircaiH (seats free) to the
IHWU.AM TO CMICAUU
No fliftliK ! I'M.
Tim it Schkiiiii.IiB
Ft. Worth. Oiiiaha,
v ill 1 1 mi l
iiigton. stT Tiu"i"
Kansas City, St.
Lotus, Chlcn go and
Salt Lake, Denver,
Ft. Worth, Umalia,
Kansas C IV. St,
lmis, Chicago and
Walla Walla", Lew
Istou . SiHikane,
S 00a. m,
Minneapolis , t.
Paul. Diiluth. Mil
waiikee, Chicago A
OCEAN AND IllVEIl SCHEDULE
For Sun Francisco Kvcry live days
at 3:00 p. m. For Astoria, way points
ami North llciieh Dally (except Sun
day! at 8:00 p. m. ; Saturday at 10:00 p.
in." Daily service (water permitting) on
Willamette and Ynu hilt ltlvers.
For fuller information ask or write
your nearest ticket iigeiit. or
A. L. CRAIG,
tieuernl Passenger Agent.
TheOicgon Halliiuul A Navigation
Co. Portland, Oregotf.
ASK TIIF. AOKK1 r'OK
Spokane, St. J'aul,
Chicago, St l.oui
AND ALL rOINTS KAST AND SOUTH
Overland Trains Daily The Flyer
And The Fast Hall
Up to date Equipment
Daylight Trip across tba Cascade and
For TIcketH, KutcH, I'oldera mid
Full Information, Cull on or address,
II. DICKSON, C. T. A.
122 3d St., Portland Ore.
8. G. YKItKKS., U. W. 1'. A.
61 Klrit Avenue, Feattle Wain.
0. & S. B K R
Tims Table No. 2
To Take Effect on Apr. 2nd, 1901.
No 3 No 1
3 and i Hat only.
1 and 2 bally ex
. . Currlu...
. Cerro Oordo
Dorena . . .
Ilecl Kork .
(I aiel 1'lt .
Subject lo cliauice without notice.
All outward frelnlit forwarded only at the
Joint run i)l aiiipixsr anueoiniifnee.
Krelnlit will not lie received at tlie OAS
E. It. 11. Depot after 6:00 . m. To Iniure
lorwardlnit on next train Ireliilit inuil ii
iielltercd In ainjile lime to permit ol 1
A. U. WOOD, Acting den Aljjr.
Notice Is hereby bIvcii to nil whom
it iniiv concern that tho iinilerHlirneil.
Iiiih liv order of tlio Ilonornlilo
County Court of tlio State of Oregon,
for tiiu Cotintv of Lnno lieen duly tin-
pointed administrator of tlio estate
of GeorKO Frederick dale, tleeenscd,
and that all person havlntr claims
iiKiilnstHnldeHtntonro required to pre
sent ine Haino tuny vertiiieu wiui inu
iirntierviiiiclierH to tlio undersigned.
at his reslileneu In said County, which
Is atCottunoUrovo within six months
from the date of this notice.
Dated, February ntli 1UUI.
W. V. HiiANArmr,
J. 0. Johnson,
Attorner for Administrator.
M n. .iiiilLlim pmtake voiir order
for tint releliratetl solid Australian
silverware- and also tor Mrs. .lohn A.
Loiran'H popular now noon, "Tiiirty
YeaiH In WushhiKton, D. C." tl
2:30 7:30 0
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W. S. Chrisman& Ely Bangs
First Class Turnouts, Double or Single.
CIIK1SMA.N it HANGS
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vwm mm rmv num.
Having ptuclinsnl the wniohmiso IbniuTl.v
owned by Messrs lillctlf it Iliius, we wish
to niinounee that we will eontintie to entry n
large stoek of nil kinds of h'eed there, wliieh will
be soltl at lowest prices. v
Hy courteous trenttnettt, 8itinro ilcnlliiK wc hope to
receive n Inrgc slmrc of your pntrniiiiKC.
HAY AND P'KKI) Dlil.IVliKlil) I'KOMl'TI.Y.
Ilnrlimtr & Hanson, propx
I?. Oahoi'TTH, Manager.
I Spring is bcrc-So are wc
E: With Spray Pumps ami Spray Compound. 3
IIih"h, ItnkcM mill CiiltlvntorN. 3
Ollver'a Mtwl Mini Clillleil I'Iiiwb.
I'IhIi Urns. WugoiiH. w
a full mill complete l.llie ol llnrilwiirv, Stoit-H mnl 'I'lnwnnv 3
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