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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1904)
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How caayou afford to bo without them? When you can run lour 16 C. P. I
lamps at 2 cents per light per day. j
1-iP :M-.iR.n nor month for Residences 1
First IRone dollar? each additional 16 50c, each addiional 8 C. P. 25c. I
REASONABLE CHARGE FOR WIRING. 1
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I A Complete line of Mine aud Mill EHiHjffin
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jyPmL Oregon. ' j
The Old Time Prospector.
f f io prospector for Rnld nntl
Stale owes the
silver llin United
rapid-development of the Wont. Thn (
Iromcndoiu travel induced by tho j
discoveries of gold and silver in j
California, Nevnda. Ulali, Montana
Jdnlm nnd Colorado undoubtedly
canned the building or n traiis-eon-Itnnntnl
inilrond nl least twenty
years Hooner tlmn otherwise would
have I"""!! llin ruse says the Mining
lleporlnr. It. would le incrctitible
if the men who dared the tenors of
what wns then the Great American
desert ami the hoidilc Sioux nnd
Apaches were forgotten. Yet it is
n fnrt that the names of Comstock.
Gregory, O'Reilly, McLaughlin
nnd scores of others arc almost as
completely forgotten as if their
work had lccu that of obscure
factory liaudH. Surely these men's
names should lc remeiulercd and
honored by the Western common,
wealths. llefure it is too Inte, and
while men yet live who knew them
the (acts as to those forgotten
heroes should be collected nnd pre
served for future generations.
Too generally nn impiession pie
vails that these old piospectors
were not "nice" men. The fact
liest known concerning Gregory,
the first discoverer of ipiattz gold
in Colorado, is Ins picturesque
blasphemy when he made his
epochal discovery at Mack Hawk.
What finally leenuie of Gregory
and what kind of a man he really
was, the school children of Colo
rado are not informed. So far sis
we can find out it is not k.iown
with certainty, even, where he died
Recently , while digging out some
figures' from old government re
ports, which also are not appre
ciated as they should le, we came
on an account of the Inst days ol
Henry Comstock, alter wham was
named tho great Comstock lode of
Nevada. The old man'was living
at Butte. Mont., in 1S67, and in
1S68 we find in the "Mineral Re
sources of the United States" this
pathetic account of a magnificent
"Although n man of the strictest
temperance, using no slim nlan
stronger than tea or coffee, and not
even tobacco, years and the hard
ships and excitement incident to a
frontier life are telling piinfully on
his faculties. In a conversation
with him lie referred to his past
career, especially his connectim
with the lode that liears his name.
His intellect appears to wander, al
though his hand still retains iis
cunning. He is a skillful pros
pector, but his fading recollections
carry cloudy images to his dark
ened understanding. He imagines
he owns the whole Comstock lode,
and the cities of Gold Hill and
Virginia; but as he has no imme
diate use for them he allows others
to live in his houses. The people
are poor, andjt would be hard to
turn them out. especially in the
winter. This feeling of benev
olence in the old man is genuine
and one that he habitually prac
tices. He has a small claim that
pays little more than wages. If a
poor miner comes along without
means, he gives, him an oppor
tunity to work in the claim until
the suffering stranger has the means
to go on his journev.
Recently an immigrant came
along who was sick and could work
but little. Comstock nnd he
worked together in the claim, the
old man doing the most laborious
part, until the emigrant concluded
to leave. Comstock then divided
what was taken out, aud seeing it
'' was two small for a man to travel
011, said: 'Now we will divide my
hall again; you will need it."
Should brave, generous and
simple characters such as this be
forgotlen? Mineral Wealth.
Onreat and Uulckeat Cure for all
Tit HO AT ami LUNG TROUB
LES, or MONEY SACK.
World's Pair Kates IMcnJcd.
Thronuh tin efforts ot the 1 1 rent
Northern Railway. World' I'nlr
excursion ticket will lie sold on
OelolH'rar, 'JSth anil 2!Mh. In nildlt-
tiiu tn October aril, 4th nnd Stli. I'or
lull Information apply to nny (treat
Northern Agent. 5 a"
A VKltY Cr.OSK CAM.
'I stuck to inv outline, ntthoiiuh
every joint ached ml every nerve was
rncKcit Willi nam, write i vt.
llcllnmy, a InmiiK'tlve lltvmsxu. or
lliirllncton. Kiwn. "I wns weak and
Dale, without any appetite nnd all run I
down. As I was about to give up, 1 1
not a bottle, or l-.ioetrio Hitter, and
or tnKlim II, 1 1011 as wen as I ever
did In my life." Weak, sickly, run ,
town people always uain ine,
strcnctli and vluor from nieir iie.
try Ihem. Kallfnel.in K'laranteeil
by Heiifon riirm:i-y I'rl.-e .il ifiils.
ONLY .MAIvKS A HAD MATTKIt
Perhaps von have never tboiiKlit
of It but (hn fact iniiHt be apparent
to everv one that const Ipat Ion Ih
caiiNod iiv a hick of water In the wy h
tcin. and Hie line of dniHlIc cntlmr
Hon like Hie ofd fjixlilnne.l pills only
lliakeH n nail matter wnrw. i.naiu
lierlahraHtoiiiaeli and I.lver TabU'ta
aiv mnrh more mild and gentle In
their eflect. and when the proper
ill til 1 M taken their ncllnii l so
natural that one enn liii.rdly realle
tlu fiui effect of a lnedlclne. "try a
25 cent bottle of them. Kor Male by
.Now Urn DniHfStotP.
Afro. II W. F.vnni. Clearwater, Knn.
wrlles: "My husband lay sl.de for
three, mnrillis. 'i'he doctors snld that
lie had (Illicit cOnPiimpllon. We pro
.aired abollloof Uallnrd'a Hnrehound
Hiirup, and It cured him. That wns
sit voiiih nRo. Hlnce then we
have alwiiya kept n bottle In the house.
We eiinnot do without It. For coiikIib
nnd coldfi It'lias no eqiinl."" 25o, CO.-,
S1.00. Hold by New F.ra Drug Co.
Xedgera, journala and
oiks nt the Nngle Hook Store,
NOTlCi: Hill I'l'lll.ICATION
I'uii.sl Slates Lunl Ollli-e.
loeliiliv, U'reBoii. Sept. t'Wt.
Notiivii. Iiereliy niwi) Itiat in coin
pliaiuv with lite p'rovWions of Hie net ol
lni)irei". of June .'t, 1STS, enlitlil "Alt
Met for Hie nlc of IiiiiIht lands la the
Mate of California, Oregon, Nevada,
and Wii'liiii(;tiinTerrilorv,"Hx extended
tnalltlie I'nblic Umd States Iiv act ot
Anunt -I, INI'2.
of S.tniaaw, '.innly of Lane, State
of Orison, li tins Imv lilii III
tills otlire Ids suni n stiilenient No (ill!!
tortht" imichan-of llii lita No . T. 10
ami 1:1 of Section No li, Tomiliii
iv) South of Uaniie 1 West and Hill oiler
proof to d)u- tliat llie laud Minht is
mure valnrtble for it liniU-r or stone
than for agricultural inrHes, and to
islalilish his claim 10 said laml liufnre
the H.-jiisU-r and Iteeeiier of this ofliiv
at Ko-elinrs, invn, nn Monilav the
.-.lb day of lecciiilier.l'.H)l.
lie name a itncses.
John Kilinomls, I'atinati Valentine,
Audruu' Saltr'iinu and Aiim'I Wo.nI all
Any ami all peroii elaiuiiiiK adverse- i
l y I lie aUive-deMTilail lands are re- i
(jucpinl in tile their claims in llii nllico '
011 01 Ik fore "aid "ith day of Ihv.. 1!KH. I
J. T. IliuiMias. Iiiiter.
XOTICK FOIt I't'HUCATIO.N.
Depart meat of Hie Interior.
I.nii(l OltlciMit lEosebiinr. Oregon.
SepleinlHT .TO. l!H)t. '
Nntlei l hereby clven that the fol-lowliitf-nnmed
eeftl-e baa filed nntltvl
of Iiih bitenlliiii tn imike linal proof 1
in Hiipuort of Ills claim, nail that
aalil proof will Ih; made Is'tori' J. J.
W.illnll, 1. S. Culiilnihsioilrr, at Iiih
ottice at Uiitfcne, Oregon, on Novenilier
15, 100,', viz: II. i:. No. U.V.M. Mrs.
Anna Deiinie. .Ivrerlnl ifeof Clarence
K. Dennie. enlr.vinnn. for the W'.
NW'4. NE'4 Sy NW'i NE4 S.v.
, T. 19 S.,lt 4 W.
lie names the following witnesses to
prove Ida continuous realdetico upon 1
nnd cultivation of xald land, viz:
Alliert W. Schwerini;, Tliomae .1.
.Moxlcy, Marion Ilager and William
linger, all of Cremvell Oregon.
.1. T. ISlilliiirs. ItcKfstcr.
XOTICK FOR ITUI.ICATIOX.
IloHeburn. Ore, Sept. 1C, 10OI.
Notice Is liereby given that the
following-named xcttler Iiiih filed
notice of his Intention to make final
proof In support of Ida claim, and
that mild proot will lK;tHaile Ix-fore
.1. .!. Wnlton. T. s. Com'r, at Ida
olllce at Kiigene, Oregon, on Xov-etnlKT-l,
Hull. viz. II. B. Xo. SKN,
William II. duller, for the Lot 4, Hi
XW,', SWfi SlVt Sec. 10, T. L'OS., It. I
He nnme.s the following wltnexsea
to prove Ids coutlnoiiH rcaldence
upon nnd cultivation of anld land,
.1. F. Hollirook. of, June, Oregon,
I.oule B. .MnltlieiVH, of ZI011, Oregon,
Archie II. MatthewH, of June,
Oregon, Jas. S. Caer. of June, Ore-
.1. T. IIiiiiii.kh, Itetlxtcr.
A. II. KING
Attorney at liiiw,
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.1. c. .lohiiNim
.!(( ft John Mil,
niitir SilllrH lUtttk niiltf.
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1 .,rp..ralloii wi".
WOODCOCK & HARRIS.
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inn. I""' uf Mlnti.
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BARKER & PI2RMAN
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WIM.fv I.KirOKS. CIGARS,
Halt' & Colwcll
S. MuuTiil Siirvcyofs
t Hunk llldu. ('..ttage Unite.
ur: m: iiv-onlon llklk". I'ortlaiid,
CoTTAOK OkOVK. OKU.
Paid 1') Capital, $25,000.00
l 1 1 to l.ian n )irurrl etirlly.
I i-lonti's 'old, atallabla anr placo
IlKKHtf Kills. T c WHIta,
Three Tnlu Tg Tbe Eu4 0
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2825 Keeley St.,
Ciiicaoo, Itu, Oct,, 2, 1902.
I lulferul with falling and con
gestion of the womb, with eemo
pains through tbe groini, 1 iui
fered terr.bly at the time of men
struation, had blinding headachea
and rushing of blood to tbe brain.
What ta try I knew not, for it
seemed tl.at I bad tried all and
failed, but I had never tried Wine
of Car Jul. that blessed remedy for
sick womi n. I found it pleasant
to take an I soon knew that 1 bad
tbe right medicine. New blood
seemed to course through my veins
and after using eleven bottles I
was a well woman,
Mrs. Bush is now in perfect
health because the took Wine of
Cardui for menstrual disorders,
bearing down pains and blinding
headaches when all otber remedies
failed to bring her relief. Any
sufferer may secure health by tak
ing Wine of Cardui in her home.
The first bottle convinces tbe pa
tient she is on tbe road to health.
For advice In cases requiring
special directions, address, giving
symptoms, "The Ladies' Advisory
Department," Tbe Chattanooga
Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn,
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, The family of Mra. M. h, llohhltt of
i llnrRerton. Term,,
i wnro nowcrless to nv
skillful phyalclnim nnd every reluedy
iiBed, failed, while eonaiiinptlnti whh
slowly biitaurelytHkliiKher life. In
tins terrltilo Hour u. King s ,-ew wis.
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palr Into Joy, The llrst liotlle brought
Imtnedlato relief, and Its continued
use completely cured her. It's the
moHt certain cure In tlio world for all
throat and lung trouhlen. Onuranli ed
Hotti.!w and.W.OO.- Trial Ilotiles
frco at Itcnaou'B.J'horinacy.
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of Knowles and Uettys. These free
asxays are for tlu1 benefll, of the proa
pector mid district and nil arc soiled-
. ted to make I nu tieneiits nn tar reni n.
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toltngc Gtove No. 68. Mcels
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Geo. Comer, Secty.
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Ilohemin Cfltnp No. 360. Mctli
every Saturday niht.
C. II. Van Dcnburg. Clerk
M. W. Of A.
Cottage Grove Camp No. 6434
.Meet-. Iirsl am third Tnelnu
C. W. Wullacc, Clerk.
F. of A.
i-ouri Itohcmia Mo. Meets
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Women of Woodcraft.
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Mrs. C.J. Miller, Clerk.
limma Coihtirn jCamp.
Meets 2nd nnd 4th Wednesday.
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K of P "
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every Wednesday niBht.
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G. A. R.
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Cottage Grove Chapter No 4
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