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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1904)
C. A. LtcWis.
CIIKISMAN & BANGS
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First Class Tur
luiyc ymi iazm.
Having purchased the warehouse formerly
owned hv Messrs Elledge & lliggins, we wish
to announce that we will continue to carry a
large stock of all kinds of Feed there, which will
he sold at lowest prices.
Uy courteous treatment, square dealing we hope to
receive a large share of your patronage.
HAY AND FEED DELIVERED PROMPTLY.
Hai Kiii & Hansen, props.
1? n mil -.wi-i? ron'iirir
Plows, Mowers nnd Hakes. Sole agents lor the celebrated
A Full Stock of Mining Supplier.
COrV I G -
KNOWLES & GETTYS
...The Miners Supply House... 1
Our Motto: Good Goods for Low Prices.- 4
General Merchandise, Miners' Tools and Ammunition.
The London (ienenil Merchandlso
Store wish to announce to the buying
public thut they now have a very
complete stock of (ienernl .Merchandise
which they Intend selling at least 20
percent below all competition.
Wo purchase our goods in large
quantities through Eastern Drummers,
puy cash for all we buy, have no high
rents, no Insurance rates to pay, and
consequently cun sell very cheap.
Think of CLAY Worsted Suits.
High Orado Goods and other lines
of IteadyJ Made Clothing of Neatest up-to-date
style at prices that will surprise
M. D. Wells Shoes
Our line of M. ). Wells Shoes are
the best wearers on;tho market and at
prices that cannot ho equalled.
Try our Uoast Coffees, the best
flavor nud will please you.
SUTHERLAND & GEER,
G. W- McQueen
ALSO OFFICE OF fHK
and lilnck Butte Stage.
COTTAGE GROVE, OKI:
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Stoves and Tinware
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THE CTTTIXU QIAL1TY
ol any tool Is always a desirable
one, but o( equal Importance Is the
power of retaining this qunllty so ns
not to require too frequent shartHm
Ins. By making your purchases of
the Grillln & Veatch Co. you always
receive your money's worth In the
best quality ol tools and cutlery ol
proerly tempered steel that Is sure
to hold an edge.
HOIIl-MIA NUUGUT PUBLISHING
Wm. B. Root, Editor and Manajr.
Knltrrd l the K-ilon.c st Cottsr Onuf,
Orison M second rUw mall rustier.
IS months ?2.P0
II paid in advance.
THIS l'.VI'KK It Ul'l I lUo lit K, Prate's
ilrrrlllnic AfWnrjr, (II n.l M Mfrchsitlt. K.x
ensure. Ssn Kmnc Ivii, Onttfiunln. vrtierceon
irarttfor ailimtslnr run lcra.tc (or ti
nmniifn Bin i' "Mill"
FOR AN ORi; UXHIHir.
During the latter part of August
beginning on the 22ml and closing
on the 27th the American Mining
Congress will hold its 71I1 annual
session For the past three or four
mouths, Secretary Mahon has been
industriously circulating literature
concerning the Congress and urg
ing upon the authorities of the
various states the appointment of
delegates who will attend this
I gathering. In many instances the
1 request has been complied with and
I an assurance is given that a large
delegation will be present upon
this occasion. Mining is one of
. the most important industries in a
1 number of States and it is fast as-
suming a high position in Oregon
The mineral resources are here
and it only needs the united efforts
I of the people to develop them and
1 place Oregon well up in the list
' of mining States.
I Cottage Grove, although 35
' miles from the Bohemia mines, is
owiug to the fact it is the only
gateway to those mines where
people must first come before reach
that point and is also the base of
supplies, directly interested in the
development of the mines of that
The Commercial Club of Cottage
Grove realizing tbis fact has de
cided that Bohemia shall be prop-
i erly represented not alone by a
1 large delegation, but by an ex
ihibit of the tres. Every miue
owner will be asked to make a col
lection of ores from his properties,
and send them properly labeled to
the end of the O. aud S. E, track
I where they will be taken charge of
by that road and brought to this
city free. After reaching this
point the committee will receive
them and see that they are placed
on exhibition in Portland at the
proper time. As was recently said
by Col Mahon, "If you have some
thing up there in which you have
confidence let it be known. If not
why of course keep still."
OFF FOR BLUB RIVER.
G. R. Chrisman, county judge,
and Commissioners H. D. Edwards
and H. M. Price, leaves iu the
morning for a trip over the Mc
Kenzie road to Blue River to note
the needed improvements to the
road. The court will probably put
in an extra day and make the trip
to the mines before returning. It
was the intention of a number of
business men to leave for the mines
today on a tour of inspection, but
some of the party, being unable to
get away, they have postponed the
journey until u later date. Eugene
The above mentioned officials learn
ing that a government official will
soon be at Eugene to demonstrate
a good roads proposition, gave up
their trip to Blue River and came
to Cottage Grove to examine the
County road about two miles east
of town, where the Row River is
cutting it away .
TIID "AMERICAN" NATION.
From the New York World. Sec
retary Hay's order that our em
bassies abroad shall be officially
designated as "American" will be
criticised by our Canadian cousins,
yet it ia a sensible arrangement.
Hitherto the official designation
has been "the embassy of the Unit
ed States," which was inaccurate,
since several other countries are
called "the United States of Vene
zuela, of Brazil, and so on. Each
is known abroad by its last name.
"The Brazilian minister," "the
Venezuelan envoy," are terms ev
erywhere in common use. So 1 the
American ambassador" has always
had one meaning, even before Mr.
Hay's order was issued.
Undoubtedly we are all "Ameri
can" together, but no nation save
"the United States of America" has
put the name into its official title.
The new nomenclature is short,
convenient and will be universally
Friday. Jl'UY IS, 1)04 j
KILL TIIU PANTHERS.
T. C. Scurr in n letter to the
Roseburg Plaindcaler says: It takes
about two little beauties (.spotted
fawns') each day to satisfy the ap
petite of the panther. I can find
these little fellows nearly every day
in the week now, and in the fall I
will prclinps se - a hundred large
deer before I see one ol them, and
where are the ? It would he much
more to the ct edit of the state to fix
a bounty of not less than $25 for
the scalp of even- panther killed in
the stale instead ofarrcsling a poor
man living in the hills for killing a
buck at this lime of the year. If
the state is too poor to nlloril a
bounty, then the federal govern
ment ought to place 11 bounty on
them, lor 1 do lclicvc that a
panther kills mote doer in 11 venr
than any half dozen huutcts. It
is said that n panther can not be
caught iu a trap. I have a steel
trap that weighs 42 pound.), and
during the last rain storm a panther
killed my largest Augora wether.
The next day we found what was
lett ol the goat (.about one half)
neatly covered up. We set the
trap and in lour hours had him.
I have long ciuce learned that
when a panther furnishes the bait
himself lie can be caught in a trap,
and in no other way have I been
able to get them into a trap. This
istnv experience with the cowardly
CLOUDBURSTS AM) DROUTH.
Orfrmi Ptl Journal.
As was remarked awhile back,
this is a freaky year meteorologi
cally. While western Oregon is
experiencing an unprecedented
drouth for this time of year, east
ern Oregon is being subjected to an
almost continuous series of cloud
bursts, occuring in several counties
and causing considerable damage
in the aggregate, yet a very small
comparative loss of crops or other
property. The flood that overtook
the little town of Mitchell was the
worst in results; lleppncr, that
naturally was apprehensive, fortu
nately escaping with slight damage.
It is to be presumed tnat these
abnormal conditions will change
soon, but even if they continue for
a while we san look at reports from
other states aud be thankful never
theless that we live in Oregon in
stead of in one of them.
Those devoted to outdoor exercise
should find plenty of interest in the
coming President.-.! campaign savs
the Oregonian, for both President
Roosevelt and Judge Parker are
excellent examples of the value ol
sports. The President's athletic
pursuits range from riding the jiu
jitsu, while Judge Parker's morn
ing swims have lately acquired
National fame. Even tb : vener
able ex-Senator from West Virginia
Henry G Davis, declares that he
"would rather ride a horse 'ban go
to the opera any time, ' adding
with a smile that meant he was
thinking of another distinguished
Democrat. "Yes, I would rather
ride than go fishing even." Riding
and swimming have displaced the
more meditative pleasures of ungl
iug this year, and it is now up to
Senator Fairbanks to come out as a
boxer or wrestler 011 the Republican
team is to have an equal standing
with the Democratic.
NIGHT WAS HKK TKKItOlt.
"I would cough nearly all night long'
writes Jim. Chan. Applcgnte, of Alex
andria, Ind., "and could hnrdly get liny
sleep. I had consumption to bad that
If I walked a block I would cough (right
fully and spit blood, but, when all other
medicines (nihil, three f 1 bottles of Dr
King's New Discovery wholly cured me
mid I gained 5s pounds." It's absolutely
guaranteed to eure Coughs, Colds, I .a
Grippe, Ilroueliitis nnd all Throst anil
Lnng Troubles. Price 60 and $1.00
Trial bottles fiee at Morgan fi Ilrehaut
Willamette Valley Chautauqua Associa
The Willamette Valley Chautauqua
Association will meet at Gladstone
Park, near Oregon City. July IL'tb to
21th, luot, inclusive. The Southern
Pnclllc Co, will make reduced rates
on the Cerilllcnte Man lor this occas
Ion. Call on any .Southern Pnclllc
Agent lor advertising matter. L'l'-it
Witli its companions, heart burn,
llatuleuce, lOimdity of the liver, consti
nation, palpitation of the heart, poor
blood, headache mid other nervous
symptoms, fallow kin. foul loiiKtie, o(
leimive breath and 11 legion of other
ailments, is at once the most widespread
and destructive malady among the
American people. The lerlinie treat
ment will euiu all these troubles. 50c
bottle. Bold hv . organ iV Ilrehaut.
tT IS A MATTER OF HEALTH
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Have You Enough to Suit Your Ideas,
Is It the Sort You Most Admire,
Is the Decoration Attractive,
Is the Quality as You Prefer,
Don't You Want a New Set.
We Have Sets or Odd Pieces,
The Economical can Afford them,
At Our Closing Out Sale.
At Pacific Timber Co?s Store
Under Odd Fellows Mali
COTTAGE GROVE, OKKGON.
THE DOMESTIC GOOSE.
IU nlur lis Mitrki-t roultrr I'crU
The price of geitie In the eastern
markets during the past winter ranged
from II cents per pound for tho lower
grades to X cents per h)iiiiiI for the
very llnest. as sold In the tst meat
markets in the large cities. Hotween
the lower and the higher prlres they
quoted along 111. 'M. -I. -S nnd .10 cents
per iHiuiul. according to qimllty, says
the feather. These that are known
as mongrel geese demanded the higher
price. The mongrel geese are the re
sult of crossing the wild Cnniula goose
with the African. This produces n
tine, large, high flavored table fowl,
and this variety of goose brings the
highest prices when properly raised
and nicely presented for sale.
Geese will lay from twelve to as high
ns thirty eggs In 11 season. It Is nlwnys
belter to permit the goose to hntch her
own eggs. When there nre more eggs
than the goose can take care of. they
can well be hutched under very large
chicken hens nnd the goslings turned
over to the grsiso to care for them.
llolled hominy nnd rlee ure very good
for the young gosltngB. Never feed
them nny whole corn or com of any
kind. Let all their food he mixed or
mashed food, rnther dry, with n plentl
fill supply of cooked vegetables In
same. Alwnys provide plenty or grac
ing on good grass or clover. After the
goslings are fairly well started they
will need hut little attention or feed
ing, provided the grazing grasses are
rich uud plentiful.
When fattening time comes the
young geese that are Intended for mar
ket should be conuned In close quarters
and feil plentifully on fattening foods
of all kinds. A good diet to start
them Is ground onts mixed with wnter:
after this some hnrley meal may tie
lidded to same, and steamed or cooked
potatoes uuisluil up nnd mixed with
buckwheat Hour nnd oats. All of these
mash foods may be fed warm, but not
It Is generally believed that fowU do
better nnil ly better In comparatively
small Hoiks, say twenty to fifty, than
In n mob; Hie theory being that the
food Is more evenly distributed nnd
Individuals have a better opjiortunlty.
We have seen a thousand Plymouth
Itock hens running together, but they
divide up Into flocks orabout tlfty In
the twenty rooting pens on the mnln
floor of the poultry house; they were
nil In the basement of tho house when
we saw them together. These were on
the farm of Mr. I'rescott. nenr lloston.
On .Mr. Henry Van Drcscr's farm.
Cohlesklll, N. Y.. there nre 1.200 While
Leghorns housed In the long house,
nnd all run at large together over 11
fifty (or more) acre pasture when let
out; In the house they are In (locks of
about fifty In the twenty-four pens.
We saw on a highly prosperous poub
try farm in Maine 210 fine looking
ltarred Tlymoiith Itock pullets, nil In
one house. Tho owner said she clear
ed annually about profit per bend
on her birds; she has only seven coeks
and cockerels running with that num
ber of pullets, and last year the cgts
from a flock kept In similar condition
averaged 00 per cent fertile nnd
"hatched splendidly." Meltable Poul
Wrrla In Alfalfa.
The most successful method of com
bating weeds In alfalfa consists In fre
quent mowing during tho first year,
even when the alfalfa plnnts have not
attained sufficient height for haymak
ing. Itepcntcd clipping with the mow
er during the first summer will do
much to repress weeds and to thicken
tho stand of alfalfa by making the
plants throw out a grenter number of
Protection Proa Son Scald.
Bun scald kills thousands of newly
set trees. Tho wind also whips them
unmercifully unless supported. Kill
two birds with
one stone by
of board on the
sunny sldo of
tbc tree, as
shown In the
cut, tying n bit
of cord about
the top, advises
culturist. This guards
sun and wind,
and the tree
will have a tiike suelteb.
much better chanco of getting snfely
through the critical first season. This
protection can be left on during the
winter and will prevent effectively in
jury from rabbits, mice, etc. Itcnew 11s
often as necessary until the treo has
passed tho danger period.
t i iti:ioi t'llltosir KiAituiiin .v
A I'TKIt Tl'.N YKAHMll' Sl l l lilt
INli. "1 wish t,i say a few word ill phrase
of ChainU'rluin's Colic, Cholera mid
Diarrhoea ltcmcdv," sttvs .Mrs, Mattie
Iturge, ol Martinsville, Vu. "I sullered
from chronic diarrhoea, (or ten years nnd
'during Hint time triitt various medi
cines w itlioiit obtaining niiv permanent
relit'!. Last summer one of in v children
was taken itb cholera morbus, and 1
' procured a Isitlle o'lbis remedy. Only
two doses were required to give her en-
, tiro rebel. I then divided to try the
medicine myself, and did mi use all ol
one Uitile helore I whs well inel I have
never si nee hien tumbled wnh that
, eo lipln int. Glut cannot -a) Phi nineh
t iu favor ol that wonderful inedieim-.
'This remedy Is for sale hy New Im.i
1 NOTICK FOR I'f lll.It'A rilN.
t'uitiil States band Ofbi-c,
I Itorelnirg, Ore . June 17, I1H1I.
Notice is herebv given that in ruin
1 plimu'o with the provisions ol the Act
of Congress ol June II. IN7H, entitled "An
! act for the sale of Timber lauds in the
lutes ol California. Oregon. Nevada nnd
Washington Territory." as extended to
all the public land states by net ol Au
gust t. lb!)'.', Oscar It. Page, ol MiiIn-I,
Comity of Ijine, State ol Oregon.
, has this dav II If I in this otnee hlsswo,n
statement No. (HEW (or the purchase ol
tlieN'y N'B, of Sect. on No. -I, Town-
' ship M South, o( ltangt'2 west nud will
oiler ploof to show that the land sought
Is mire valuable (or its timber or stone
I than (or agricultural ptiriHist-s, mid to
I establish his claim tos.ud laud IxdorcJ.
J. Walton, V. S. Commissioner ul K11-
, gene, Oregon, on rridav the flth day ol
lie names us witnesses :
James N. Handle, George W. Hunter.
David Murphy, all of F.ngene, anil
.Miinrey Goildunl of Maln'1, all of Lane
Any mid nil persons ehnmiiiu ad
versely the attovc-dcHCrilHil lands are 11-iniesti'-d
to Ille their claims in Ibis olllee
011 or Isdore said Uth day ol Sept., ItlOI.
J. T. llmiHiKS lti-ghler.
liuis J. Kruger, ex-champion long
distance foot racer of Germany and
Holland, writes Oct. 27th. UHII "Dur
ing my training of eight necks' foot
races at Halt Luke City, in April last, I
used Mallard's Snow Liniment to inv
greastest satisfaction. Therefore 1 rccolii
mend Snow Liniment to a I who nre
roiihlcd with sprains, bruises or rheu
matism." 2.rK!,r0c, I.(HI. Sold by Mor
gan A Ilrehaut.
How About Your Summer Vac.illon.
New port 011 Yaipiiliu Hay Is the
Ideal seaside resort of the North I'u
! citlc Coast. Hon in I tilp tickets ill
greatly reduced rates on sale from
all Southern Pnclllc points Iu Ore
iron. 011 nnd after .liinu 1st. Ask
Agents for further Information and a
liaiiilHotnely illustrated souvenir
booklet, or write to Ldwln Stone.
O. & L it. It., Albany, On-., or W.
K. Coiiian. (1. P. A . S. P. Co., Port
land. ONK LADY'S HKCO.MMKNDA HON
SOLD FIFTY IIOXF.8 OF CHAM-
IIICULAIN'S STOMACH AND
1 hnvi, I believe, sold ll'ty boxes of
Chumherhiin's Siomueli and Liver Tub
lets on the rccommemlatif 11 of 0110 lady
hero, who llrst bought 11 box ol them
alsiutu year ago. Shu never tires of 1
telling her neighbors and friends about .
the g-isl qualities of then) Tablets. P M I
"bore, Druggist, Rochester Ind. Tho t
pleasant purgative cued of thosnTahlcIn
nukes them n favorite with ladles every
where. For Hujo by New Kra Drug
When bilious take Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. For S11I0
by New Km Hi ug Hbiro. I
"PORTLAND AND RETURN ONLY."
Tho Southern Pnclllc Is now selling
round trip tickets to Portland from
ICugene for $1 good going Saturday
P. .L, or any train of Miuday, re
turning Sunday anil .Monday, giving
all day Sunday and Monday In Port
II. .nil.,... I .rlirl,,,. oil Il.lt iff,,,, I
11 IJOI 1 ,111.11.11,1, h S ' Villi,,,
people a chanco to visit valley points
at greatly reduced rates." Parties
OCSUlllg ill llinu lliivi.lllfll.niji im-nu
rates can pay local faro to Hugcue.
A ,;,ul. f.ltnlt 11 lllfll llltlt fill. Ill.rijUl.
ll(7U bHIOU V. .... .... ..u,w
ittil nnd iitiiiieri'lfill torture has lier.
I u I,., I,... (Inlrulldr I
of CjIiisii, Calif. wrllt'H. "For 15 yearn !
if 1.1 1.. 111 1
1 eniiureu nisuueruoio pain irom mien- ,
I ,.l .,ll.l r..l,.l,....l M,..ll,,.,,.rl,
tllll.tniii 11 11.1 ,,u,,,,i.n i.u.,. -1 in,' ....... ,
I tried everything known. 1 caiuo across
l'l.itrle ItltlerH nnd Its tlie L'reati'st me.
dlcinu on earth (or that trouble. A fow '
l.r.lllnu r.f It (Wlllktdl.lltlv- l-l'l I f IVl'lt llltll I
cured me." Just as good for Liver and
Kidney trouliicB ami gcneiai ueniiiiy.
Only 50c. Satisfaction guaranteed by
Morgan and Ilrehaut, Druggist.
I,.., to,l tun 1.1,1, k- west
and niie tihn k n-i Ih id
tll-S I' Ill-pot
j Cargo Rooms
Well elltihlteil m il (ill
nlslied and hi'sl , I.inn In
n i-verv partleular
! Rates $1 per day
Hoard hv the week 4 .V)
without bed $:i Ml per
week. IteineliilsT the
place The Imh tnlilesj
and the Ih'sI Is-Is, the
best iitvoliiuiiiil.ilioiis In
every partli ular
Mrs. Ida I:, tbonipson.
Eugene Planing Mill
Sub, Doors, Mouldings, Rustic ud
General Mill Work.
Turning and Stair biilhllnga speci
alty. A'l urders will receive prompt
attention. .Satlsfnctlou guaranteed.
I-Mlmntcs Cheerfully Furnished.
Address. Ill Lawrence St,
At The Ideal
$1 per Month
Will keep your Snltscleaiied,
pressed, buttons on and rips
Transit ut work solicited.
But Indict Ion giiarrantced.
Work called for and delivered
prompty each week.
IDEAL CLOTHES CLEANING
Orders taken nt Welch A; Woods
Mrs. V. A. Cunningham,
Cottage Grove, Oregon, ol
Flour & Feed Store
Hard and Soft Wheat
Junction City Flour
Chop Feed, Graham Flour,
Oats, llian and Shorts.
J. K. BROWN,
West Side. Cottage, Grove
I The Cottage Grove
I STEAM LAUNDRY
A Ih now hi running order
and prepared to do till kinds ol
laundry work with promptness
and at reasonable rates.
Wo hope to Mccuni your
putronngu and to plcaso you
with our work. Phone III
Hanson & Swanson, Props.
I Eagle Book Store jjj
o Cun Is1 found the most ele- i
5 giiut and up to ilate X
O Auelegiilil Hue ol Ihisteru i
0 Mude Perfumes, School Q
X Hooks and a full line of the X
O hiHti-Nt popular books. (V