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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (July 8, 1904)
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H. C. MADSEN,
Jtplilf t rnbl enar-ee.
All "- iHtulwl lrt-lM.
Wlk, cloaks and J(wlr .1 lowest Prlf ft
oottagk okovk, ore.
K ,,-M i
A. H. KING
Attorney, at fw,
COTTAGE. anorK, OlSE.
J. E. YOUNG
OBlM on Mtn itft, Weal Slda
COTTAGK GROVH, OrK.
J. S. Medley. .J. C. Johnson
Medley ij- Johnson,
A ttorneya-at-lf. w
Office Suite ,'i Jiauk llUlg.
Special attention Riven to Mining
mid Corporation Law.
L.T. llarrl-. A. c- Woodcock.
WOODCOCK. & HARRIS,
gpttlal attention liven to the law ol Mlnea.
BARKER & PERMAN
THE EXCHANGE "57
DEALERS IN FINE
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
Malnatrrat. GatUlf (Inn, 0r.
Haf & Colwcll
U. S. Mining Surveyors
Room 1 Hank Bids, Cottage Grove.
C02-603 Oregoninn Bide, Portland.
The First National Bank
Cottage Grovk, Orb.
Paid ii Capital, $25,000.00
Money to loan in approved lecurity.
Exchanges sold, available ant place
n tlieUnited States
A. F. and A. M.
Cottage Grove No. 51. Meets
1st aud 3rd Saturday.
Oliver Veatch, W. M.
I; O. O. F.
Cottaf-e Grove No. 68. Meets
every Saturday night.
Geo. Comer, F. Secty.
w. o. w.
Bohemia Camp No. 260. Meets
every Saturday night.
C. H. Van Denburg. Cleric.
M. W. Of A.
Cottage Grove Camp No. 6424.
Meets first and second Tuesday
C. W. Wallace, Clerk.
F. of A.
Court Bohemia Mo. 33. Meets
every Friday night.
S. E. Lauder, Secty.
Women of Woodcraft.
St. Valentine Circle. Meets
1st and 3rd Tuesdays.
Mrs. C. J. Miller, Clerk.
Emma Colburn Camp.
Meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday.
Ethel Bisby, Clerk.
K of P
Juventus Lodge No. 48
svsrv Wednesday nicht.
t, , m,ii t- f i) o'Tho merit of its products V me of
Dr. George Wall X. Ol K. h , Cariui xbedford's Wack-Dranght
G. A. R.
Appomatax Post Nc. 34. Meets
2nd and 4th Saturday.
H. C. Duttou, Adjutant.
K. O.T. M.
Cascade Camp No. 66. Meets
Prof. A. h. Briggs, Secty.
L L Hive No 48
Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday
Minnie Underwood R. K.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Mondays.
S. E. Lander, Secty.
Order Eastern Star
Cottage Grove Chapter No 4
Meets every 2nd aud 4U1 Fridays
Celin Lurch, Secty.
I AND WELCH &
I The Big Doings Go
Broken lots of Shoes at
NOTICE FOB rUBLICATION.
United States Land office,
Roseburg, Ore.. May 24, 19H.
Notice is heiebv given that in com
pliance with the provisions of the act ol
Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An
Act (or the sale of Timber Lands in the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington Territory," as extended
.. .1 n .1.1: . I tit ....... t... .... nl
10 an Hie 1 uuue iauu cwim uj ... wi
August 4, 1S92.
of Cottage U rive, Co. ol Lane, State of
Orrgon nas this dav filed in tl. is office on
January 12th, 1003. his sworn statement
No. 42113 for the purchase of the NE '4
of Sec No. 32 in Township 19 South,
of Range 2 West and will oHir proof
to show that the land sough t is more
valuable for its timber or stoas than
(or agricultural purposes, -ml to estab
lish his claim to said land before the
Register and Receiver of this office
at Rjseburg, Oregon, on Friday
tlie2lithday of August, 1004.
He names as witnesses:
Herman T Dow. George W McQueen,
Joseph I'otts, Herbert Eakin, ol Cot
tage Urove, Ore.
Anv and all peisons claiming ad
versely the nlmve-described lands are
requested to file their claims in thi.
ofiice on or before said 2tith day ot Aug.
J. T. lip.iixiES, Register.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Proposal for bids for sewer con
1 Notice Ih hereby given tlmt on and
1 prior to thelltli day of July, IDOL
I the Common Council of the city ot
! Cottage Urove will receive healed
bids (or the construction 01 ami
furnishing material (or three sewer
mains (or the City of Cottngu Urove
according to plans and specifications
now on file with the City Recorder nf
said City. Oho of said mains to be
SO00 (eet In length constructed of
earthenware sower plie 10 to 24
Inches in diameter. One of mild mains
to lie about 2500 feet to lie con
structed of earthenware wjwer pipe
10 to 18 Inches In diameter and one of
said mains to be ISO feet in length
constructed of 0 Inch newer pipe.
Bids may be for one or more of said
sewer mains. Each successful bidder
will be required to furnish a bond of
2.1 ier cent of his bid anil each bid
must be accompanied by a certified
check of 1100, to be immediately re
turned Incase bid Is notaccepted. The
Council reserves the right to reject
any and nil bids. 21-4t
F. I). Wiieki.i:k,
THE CHATTANOOGA A D VI.RTISING
The Chattanooga Medicine Company,
with laboratories and general olllce at
Chattanooga, Tennessee, and branch 1
houses at bt Louis, Mo., ami San Fran- 1
cihco, Cal,, has become one nf the largest 1
proprietary medicine oinern in the
world. In thegrowtli of this great bu-i-
111 sh two tai tois nave lieen Uoiinnaiit
has lieen widely recogmzeil ami the
original advei Using methods adopted
have excileil great comment. ine
pub'icity for these medicines does not
consist of the catch phrase and ex
travagant statement, too often employed
in advertising; today, but instead the
plain story of experience with the medi
cines given in thu plain language ol the
pu tile themselves. The following let
ter Is a fair sample of the thousands of
Wino of Cardui testimonials published
luring the pasttwenty years.
"On Juno 1st the Southern Pacific
Co will resume sale of excursion
tickets to Newport and 1 nquliui
Hay. Ilotli season ami Saturday to
Monday tlcketn will bo sold. Tills
popular resort 1 j-rowinj; In favor
each year, hotel rates are reasonable
and tho opportunities for flshlnj-,
hunting; anil seabathing; 1110 unex
celled by any other resort on the Pa
W E CdMAN,
General Passenger Agent.
NO PITY SHOWN.
"For years fate was after me continu
ously" writes F, A. (mlledge, Verbena,
Ala,' "I had 11 terrible case of liiles
causing 24 tuniois When all failed
Huckluus Arnica balvo cincil me.
Knually good for Hums and all aches and
pains, (inly 2Bo at New Era Drug Store
ovs and Mens Clothing
One Fourth oil the Regular Price.
was 90 Now 50 was 80
" 1.00 " 40 " 50
" 1.25 " 60 " 75
THE NITROGEN BACTERIA.
Gettlna: Tb.ra Into the LnBd-"w-l
Closer Soil InocQl.t.. Alfalfa.
The home of the nitrogen gathering
bacteria Is the tubercle upon the roots
of various leguminous plants, and there
Is one kind of bacteria for red clover,
another for eonpeas and another for
alfalfa, and so on.
Many of the older farmers of Illiiioit
have stated to Dr. C G. Hopkins or tin
experiment station of the stair iliat
when this country was very new It was
commonly found ditlleult to get ,1
"catch" of clover on new land. Aftei
a good "catch" was once got then 11
was easier to get clover to grow on that
land the next time. There was n say
ing umong the farmers that clover
would not do well until they got the
"wild nature" out of the land. Their
final suewss was undoubtedly due not
to getting anything out of the land,
but rather to getting the bacteria lulu
In discussing the nitrogen bacteria In
connection with various legumes on Il
linois soil Dr. Hopkins has said:
On one of the koII experiment fields
on the university farm at L'rbana
where soy beans have been grown for
three years no tubercles could be
found on the plants either the first or
second year, and only an occasional
plant with tubercles could be found
the third year. In 1002 a series of
plots, some of which bad been treated
In different ways with applications of
limestone, phosphorus and potassium,
were seeded with soy beans. No tuber
cles could be found at any time during
the season on the soy beans growing
on any of the different plots. In 1003
the same plots were again seeded to
soy beans, and at the i.me time part
of each plot was Inoculated with In
fected soy bean soil drilled in with the
seed at the rate of about 500 pounds of
Infected soli to the acre. When the
plants were only a few weeks old, tu
bercles were to be found upon many
plants growing where the Infected soil
bad been applied, and before the close
BOY 11 KAN HOOT Tl'IiKllCLLS.
of the season at least half of these
plants In tho Inoculated part of the
Held had one or more tubercles upon
their roots, and some plants could lit
found whose roots were ubuinhiutly
provided with tubercles (see the out).
It is believed that a hundred pounds
of Infected soy beun soil per acre will
be HtilJlelent to produce a thorough In
fection the second year.
From Investigation Dr. Hopkins finds
conclusive evidence that Infected sweet
clover soil cun bo usimI for the Inocula
tion of nlfalfn fields, the bacteria of the
two plants acting the same. Tho In
fected soil may bo obtained from any
place where tho sweet clover Is found
growing with abundance of tubercles
on Its roots. The soli may bo collected
to 11 depth of three or four Inches and
scattered over the alfalfa field at the
rate of a hundred pounds or more to
M Y VrLS I I
I v f (IT1 T
Cost. Children Dress Shoes reduced.
WOODS New Bunk ISuilriiiitf.
The r..fnl Orplnfrtan.
The Orpington, the youngest nsplrant
for fame In the poultry world In Kng
land, is a composite breed that ban
been brought by careful crossing of
GOOD TVrE OK OliriSOTON MALE.
several varieties of fowls with the ob
ject of producing 11 brit-1 that would
combine first class laying and table
qualities, writes T. II. Hutton In West
ern ruultry Journal.
The type Is deep, short, broad and
cobby In body and short on leg; tall
rather short and compact; the back
should be n nice U shaped curve; car
riage bold and upright.
The Huff Orpingtons of the correct
type are equal to the Dorking in amount
and quality of fiesb and In some re
spects are superior. They lay on flesh
and mature very easily and attain a
My own experience after several
years' trying has been that the Huffs
have proved themselves to be the most
useful breed I have met with. They
begin to lay In the early winter months
and provide a constant supply of eggs
throughout the winter.
AND DIARRHOEA RKMKDY.
This remedy is certain to be needed in
almost every home befnie the summer
is ove. It can always b- depended up
on even in the most severe mid danger
ous cases. It is especially valuable for
summer disorders in children . It is
pleasant to take and never fails to give
nromiit lebel. Why not buy it now ? It
may save life. For sale by New Kra
Nothing has ever equalled it.
Nothing can ever surpass it.
o no us una t, 4 jia-
A Perfect For AH Throat and
Cure : Lung Troubles.
Money back If It falls. Trll DottlM free.
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The influence ol climatic conditions
in the cure o( consumption is ery much
overdrawn The Hor patient, and the
rich patient, too, can do much better at
homo by pner attention to food diges
tion, anil a regular use of tierman
Syrup. Kne expcctoiiition in thu
morning is made certain by (crmaii
Syrup, so is 11 good night's r,-t mid tbo
absence Ol that weakening cough and
debilitating night uncut. Restlesii
nights and the exhaustion duo to
'0"ghing, thegreatest danger and dread
of thccoiituiinplivc, can lie prevented or
stopprd by taking Ueruiun Syrup hler
ally and legularly. Should you le able
to go 10 h Marnier clime, you will find
that ol the tliuiiiaiids of coii'tiuiptiUMt
there, the few who are liciietlttcil an.l
regain strength are those who use Her
man Syrup. Trial bottles, 27c; regular
-ircTfx'. At nil druggists, liariniiii A
CIIEKFIW.I.Y RECOMMEND FOR
O. U. lllgWe. IMuville, UN, write.
Dec 2, 1!"0I : " Uioiit two veins ago I
was laid up foi four mouths with then
miitifiii. 1 tiiid ltallaid's Snow I.iui
men! ; One Imttle cured me. I can
' riroiiimi'iid it to all miUVring fiom like
Hllhctioii." 2.V, 50o, fl.00. Sold tiy
Mnig.111 ,t. lire limit.
KHDUCliD KATCS TO ST LOUIS UX.
The Southern I'nclllc Co will sell
round trip tickets) at g,rcatl.v reduced
rates to .St Louis anil Chlenjro ac
count the St Louis Imposition, on
the following: tlntes: June 10, 17, IS;
July 1, 2, 3; AUKUHt8, U, 10; Septeni
lierTi, (I, 7: October:!, 4,5
liiMng; trip must be completed
within tea ilays from date of sale,
and passengers will be iierinlttcd to
Htnit on any day that will enable
them to reach destination within thu
ten days limit. Return limit ninety
1I11.VH, but not later than Dec 31st,
For full Information as to rates
and routes call on Agent So Pacific
Co at Cottage Urove, Oregon.
Note June 7th has been aiithor
lr.ed as a snlo date tor Louisiana
I'urcluiKe Exposition tickets, In ad
dition to sale dates previously an
nounced for June. Tills will eualilo
purchasers of tickets to bo at the Ex
position 011 Oregon Day June 1Mb.
THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
tWASC Or IMITATIONS,
THK OSNUINE Pfl-PAIUD OSLV Mi
Ballnrd-Snow Liniment Co,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
NOTICE FOR I'I'III.ICATKIN
United States Uml Olllce,
Rovchurg, Ore., June tilth 114)1.
Notice is hereby given that iniiuiipli-iiiu-u
with the provisions of thu Act ol
t'ongress ol June 3, 1N7M, inllllcl "An
m l lor the sale of tiuilx'r lands In tin
Slates of California, On-gon, NcvihU
and Washington Territoiy," usexti'iiiliil
tuall the I'ublfc Ijind Stales bv ml .'
August 4, IMI2,
ol Cottaiif Uroo County of Ijiur,
of Oregon, has this ilay filed m iln
olllce her sworn slaleiiieut No. liL'.ir n 1
the pii.i'lni'o of the NW
NW J,' of Section No. 31, Tp. i
South, of Range 2 Wet and will "ir. .
proof to show that the hilit sought 1-
nioie valuable lor its umber or t
than for agricultural puriiores, n l 1
ratabli-h her i-hiitn to said land l'
J. J. Walton I'. S. Commissioner .n I
ollire at Eugene, Ore., 011 Mnuila. tl"
Olh day ol hepleinlier, ltH)l.
She iutmes as witueses:
Simeon R. Ilriiud of Collage turn.
Dave Itukcr, Frank V llon, Amheu
Ijiinb all of Dnrena.iill of Lime Conn in
Anv and all 'rsonschiimlngail versel
the aliovedescribnl luuiUiiiu leipie-ti-l
In tile their claims in this olllce 011 or
U'fore said Mil day of Sepliuilier 1IKU.
J. T. ItllllKIM, Register
NOTICE FOIt I'UIILICATION.
United States Uml Olllce.
Roseburg, Oregon, May HI, 1001.
Notice is hereby given that in rum
pi Hi nee with the provisions of the net ol
Congress of June 3, IH7H, entitled "An
act for the sale o( timber lands in the
Stales of California, Oregon, Nevada,
and WashiiigtonTorritorv," us c xtcmlcil
to all the Public I-aiul Stales by ui't ol
! August 4, 181(2,
I MRS . ANNA IIURKE
of Iike Nebiigeinoii, County of Douglas,
, Statu 01 Wisconsin, has this day II led in
thisolhce bei swoiiistaleliieutN'o OHIO
, for the puichascol the bW ofSecNo2t!
t ji 211 South, of Range 4 W. and w ill tiller
piool lo show lluit the laud sought is
more valuable) for its timlier or stone
than for agricultural purposes, ami to
establish her cluiiii to suid land licforo
the Register and Receiver of this olllce
at Rosebuig, Oregon, on Wednesday the
17th day ol August, 1001.
She mimes as witnesses .
Herman Dow, (ieorgu Euderer,
Charles I. Powell, (ieorgu W McQueen,
all of Cottage Urove, Oregon. J
Any and all persons claiming adverse
lylhe iibove-described lands ate ic
ipiesled in file Iheir claims In this olllce
011 01 lieforesaid 17th day of Aug., 1004.
J. T. IliiliiiiKS, Register.
NOTICE FOR I'UIILICATION.
United Slates Land Office,
Rosebiiig, Ore., May .'in I, 1004.
Notice is heieliy given that in com
pliance with the provisions ofthutielof
Congress of June .'I, IH7H, entitled "An
act for the sale of timber lauds in the
Stales of California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territory," us extended to
all the Public Land Stales by act of An
gust I, 1802.
of Cottage (iruvo, Co of Lane, Stale of
Ore,, has this day filed in this olfini her
sworn statement No, 0120, for the pur
chase of the SU HW Jf.SWtf HE 14
of See 12 in Tp22H, R 4 W, and will
oiler pi oof to show that tho land sought
is more valuable for Its timber or stone
than for ugrlcliitural purposes, and to
establish her claim to said land before
.I.J.Walton, V. S, Commissioner 111
Eugene, Oregon, on the Kith day of
Shu names as witnesses:
Herman T Dow, of Cottage Urove,
Ore., Willis Nowell, A II Nowell of
London, Oie., (ieorgu Edcier of Cuttage
Any and all peisonsclainiing adverse
ly the above-described lauds are re
quested to fill) their claims in this ouVu
on or before salil lllth day of July, 1001.
J.T. I in I mi kb, KegiBter.
Is a violent inllammiitionof the mcm
liranuof thu wind plu, which sumo
times extends t the larynx anil bron
chial tubes; and is one of the most
dangerous liiscasnsof ehildieu Unionist
always comes on In the niulit. (livu
f r oi 1 1 1 w 1 1 1 doses of Dullard's llorchniind
Syrup and apply Dullard's Snow Lini
ment externally to the throat. 2!ic, DOo,
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TheOiegon Railroad A Nnviigatloil
Co. Portland, Oregon.
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912 Klnl A-rni,-, M.llln Kuh,
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I. 11 II IisihiI nllur f.:lO p. in. lo llitum
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