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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1904)
Mr Ilalir'a rrnrer.
VHirn thn iwlllnlit i1mp lae falltn, thn
my tbr oomM to mo
JIoIkkI In while oil dnmoil for Drenm
lAn), nnt aha tiends low at my fcnea,
Anl lirr llltlo lunula lira foldod In a ref
And two Utile af look upward aa two
llltlo iwpol ilpa My,
"Now I 'nr mo down to a' tap
I v'tiy tli Ixird mr iwul to tep."
And I know tlie rallinr Ihrtama,
And It pleoMM hi m uDJItHara,
When mr b&hy, drsa for DrwinlrtnJ,
Kneels to nay her erwlnff prayer.
Thrre'a n llnr In the olwdows wlitro
th l)rlllit aottly ploya.
And a dreamy oalm coma o'er ma when
my baby kfieefa and tmya. ,
All my doubting fjtnolM lenva ma and the
trlala of earth flaa
Aa I tow my bend And listen to my
bnb'y'a plalnllva pin.
"If I 'ed die before t wale
I p'tty the Iord mr "! to late."
Ami a hly lineh ataala o'er mo
And itarradaa lb earning air
When ray baby, droaaed for lrnmtana,
Kneeln to my her evening prayer.
And I ofttn lt and ponder when I hear
my tMliy pray,
What wevld life oiveartli bo to me ahnuld
I rnlai that yoloo mna day;
If.'PtrtfiMrw, I felt no neatllna;, dlmptcd
hand within ray own
Aa my Inby knelt beadle me, Itaplne In an
"Now t "ay ma down to a'eep.
X p'ay tho I.orl ny anul to teo."
And I bli w the (lod who gare her.
And her love with liliw I ahnre
When my baby, 6ruenl for Dreamland,
KnHn ! any her evening prayer.
-E. A. Itrli ItiKUml In Christian Kndeaiot
The Cmifederntr Cent,
There aa only one roiuplcto
made for the purjxaH! of (willing money
by the Confederate State uf America
thnt for one cent piece, which was
made by IxireH, tin- lhtlalelphln en
graver. In 1801. Afler he bed finished
tho dies Mr. Lovett foil ml tjjat lie was
nnablo to Send tliciu to tho persons
who had ordered ttie work done, nnd,
becoming alarmed, he "struck off-'
twelve nkel cent and then carefully
accreted bolh coins and it lew. For
twelve long years the engraver kept
his secret, which whm finally relented
through nn necldent. One day in 1ST3
ho went to the hiding place of the roro
coins nnd selected ouv for a iockct
piece and within the month passed Ir
out unknowingly to llar.eltine. tho
Philadelphia restaurant keeper. This
man, knowing tbe piece to be Iorett'ti
work, sent It to J. U. ItaiMlall. the coin
collector. After some, t tic trouble
llazeltlno and Itandall aucitvded lit
buying tho die, and from It they struck
fifty-five copper piece, twelve In silver
nml seven In gold. This accouiitllxhed,
they mutilated the die, and coin dealers
now hold Confederate cents at fi very
high 11 pure.
It I not well fr NctleiiUiry workers
to sit on cutliiiniK. In man, owbig
clileil.v lo I.K ce t carriage, there Is
n strong develnpi. cut of the imiselei
of the pelvis timl the thigh, which
nlmot coi!i"lcicl.v flotlie tho strong
lanes of Unit region. In the seated
IKMitlon. t" obviate undue, pressure,
nature bin pi ivdl a proter cushion
pver these bcn.e-'. IlyrtlV Kiiylng Is
well l:uown. "We alt on the fat of the
roat us on a muttresa."
In pitting on a smooth and ham
nurf ee the liody rests nKn three main
iraluti. but in sitting on n soft cushion
piiKsure Is Imparted to the muscles
mid Interferes with the circulation in
nil tlicir purta.
t;reat intention hui been liald to this
matter In the construction of bicycle
saddles am'., spenking generally, with
very lientile!:l results. Nothing can
bo k; 1.1 ik hit n certain amount of
covering. If not too yielding, but the
offtVe ai'iol. pr.iperly shaped. Is nn ex
icllent seat. I e.inton's Weekly.
C ' milk Is said to be nhhorrod by
the .1 iiLinese, and rabbits are never
eaten l y the Abyssinl.ius, who explain
that rabbits are too much like big rats.
The natives o' be Suudwlch Islands
would not take caviare for a gift
Cheese In Mexico Is simply curds des
iccated and Vested In panenke shape,
and even then it Is patronized ouly by
the Caucasian colonists. Tho half
breeds accept; It with hesitation, and a
two ounce slice of llmburger would
stampede n tribe of mountain Indians.
They rotcnt It ns a practical Joke In
questionable taste. Hut why the Ko
reans eschew Ice cream, us u traveler
reports Is tho case, is less easy to ex
plain. Perhaps they share tho Japa
nese prcjudlco against dairy products
or the Chinese predilection for super
hcated'tldbits. Proved It,
"My wife will bear witness," said
the prisoner nt the bur, "that at the
very time I am accused of burglarizing
Mr. Smith's premises I was engaged
in walking the floor with my infant
child lit my arms, endeavoring to
sootho It by singing 'Itock-a-by, Baby,' "
"Tho, prisoner U discharged," re
marked his honor. 'IIo can prove n
AViilttniT Instead ttt Going.
The nrt In life 1 Unit still aud to let
things comu townid you, not to go aft
er them or even to think that they are
In lllght. How often I have chased
cdine divine shailo-.v thrungh n whole
day till evening, when, going home
tired, I have found the visitor Just
turning away from my i-hued door.
Arthur Hymens In Saturday ltevlcw.
Hco that your clerks know oil about
your ndvertlsliiK plans. Homo clerks
would never know .that you wero nd
vertlslni; If you walled for (hem to
read tho ndvorUseniwitg voluntarily.
American Adrertlsar. .
Tlicre Is no groat genius without
tlncfuro of lnutlnosa. Saneta.
MAKliS A HAD
GEMS IN VERSE
iVrhiipfi you have nevei thought
of It lint tho fact must ls apparent
lo every one that cintiiatloii is
cuuscil by n hlclc of water in tho sys
tem, and (lie use of drastic cnthar
tics lllie (he old fashioned pills only
lttukOH u lujd iiuttter worse. C'hiim
lierlalirMaroinueh ami Mver Tablels
a lo milch more milil nnd ttentlg In
their elleet, and when the prijpor
one Is tak. n tlieir action is so
natural that one can hiirdl.r rcnllie
In the effect, of a medicine. Try a
92 wnt bottle of them. Uorsalo l,v
New Krn Jniff Htoro.
tlniiloT Ifr-frrnd of Vlanta.
It Is mnrvcloui how rnnldly otn
plnnU will Hircml tbcmnclvn oror
tvlilo utrotchr of land. Tlio writer
wna Ktruck wlUi tho way In which the
yellow clinrlock took noBoc-salon, of, tho
lino when the Moon Valley railway
wns being mnilc. Tho very noxt aprlng
after tho embankments were thrown
up their aide;) were clothed with thla
riimpniit nml conspicuous cruclflcr. A
lino of yellow n cross tho country murk
el In ninny place tho course of tho
railway. ropploH, too, for aomo im
known reuaou, will occAalonnlly appear
In HtrniiKO nml wonderful profusion.
Tim striking Inatnnco related by Lord
Slnennlny may bo quoted by way of
Illustration. After tho battlo of Lan
den tho ground, ho tells us, "during
many month wan strewn with skulls
and bone of men and horses and with
rniftlHcnta Of hats nnd shoes, raddles
, mifl holster. The next smnnicr the
ull, fertilized by 2v',000 corpses, broko
forth Into millions of porplcs, Tho
trawler who, on tho road from 8t
Troii to Tlrlrmout, aavr that vast shoot
of rich scarlet spreading from London
to JCcerwindor could hardly help fancy
ing thnt the flRiirntlvo prediction of tho
Hebrew prophet was literally accom
plishedthat the earth was disclosing
her blood and refusing to cover the
stain." tongmnn's Magattno.
A root Uaby. t
Tlic Zuiil child spends hts early days
hi n cradle. Hut a cradle, In Zunlland
does not mean down pillows, silken
coverlets and Huffy l.vos; It Is only a
flat board. Just tho leugth of the baby,
with a hood like a doll's buggy top
aver the bend. I'pon this hard bed
the baby Is liouiid like n mummy, tho
coverings wound round aud round him
until the little fellow cannot movo ex
ceprto open his mouth and eyes. Somo-
tluu-a ho Is unrolled, and looks out into
Urn bare whitewashed room, blinks at
the lire burning on the hearth and fixes
bis eyes earnestly on the woir and cou
gar skins that serve lis chairs and beds
and carpets In the Stunt home. Ily the
time ho Is two or three years old ho has
grown into a plump little bronze crea
ture, with the stralghtest of coarse
black hair and tho biggest aud round
est of black eyes. Ho Is now out of
the cradle aud trots about tho house
and tho village. When tlio weather Is
bad be wears a small coarse shirt and
always a necklace of beads or tur-.
quolse. St Nicholas.
A Thousand War of Lying,
There are a thousand ways of lying.
but all lead to the same end. It does'
not matter whether you wear lies, tell
lies, act lies or Jive lies, your character
la ruined nil the same.
There Is mi mora demoralizing In
fluence In modem life than tho unnat
ural straining to seem other than we
are. Nothing eiso so quickly lowers
self respect, takes the fine edge off
honor and blunts the, conscience as tho
solute of being a sham, a glided fraud
or an unreality. It cheapens stand
ards, lowers - ideals, saps ambition
and takes the spring and Joy out of
living. No man can make tho most
and tho best of himself until ho Is ab
solutely honest with Ills own soul and
unfalteringly true to his highest
Ideals, and this Is Impossible whllo he
Is living a lie. Success.
The 3loorlsh M'oman at Home.
When not lixed up for visitors the
Moorish woman Is always en disha
bille, lounging about all day In a loose
cotton or muslin nightgown, rose or
yellow being her favorite shade, her
bare feet thrust Into slippers very
much down at tho heel and a flower
stuck In her wisp of uncombed hair,
which, from a continual use of henna
dye, is apt to break out In patches of
yellow, green or gray. Hairbrushes
are unknown, a very coarse comb
nlono being used, which may account
for the fact that the balr Is never i
glossy or well kept. ' She has a de
vouring passion for paints, powders ,
and perfumes, attar of roses and san
dalwood being in special demand.
A Tree Distillery.
On the Canary Islands grows a foun
tain tree, a tra! most needed in some
parts of the Islands, It is said that the
leaves constantly distill a quantity of
water that Is sufficient to furnish
drink to every living creature In Illcro,
nature havi.ig provided this remedy
for the drought of the Island. Every
morning near thjjpart of the Island a
cloud of mist arises from the sea,
which the winds forco against the
irtcep cliff on which this tree grows,
and it is from tliu mist tli-it the tree
distills tr water.
X'JtOJl .SOUTH AKHIOA.
-Mr. Arthur iJlmiiuiumvritinK from I
Durban, Nn ml, t-otith Arrlen, says: i
"As it proof that Clmiubeilaln'H j
CViuuli Itenu-dy Is a cum suitable for
om nun 3-oiiiik, J pun you tlio follow
ing: A neighbor of mine hud n child
Just over two mouths old. It had a
very hail co-nrh and thu iiamiitx illd
not know what to jrlvti It. I sur
Kesteil thai if they would Ket a l)ol-
tio or (.'hamlierhiln's Coujrli Itemedy
and put some upon tho dummy tnt
tho baby was sncklnj; It would uo
uoum cure t no clillil. Tills tbey did
nail brouKln about a quick relief and
cured tho baby." This lemcdy Is
lorsttie ny .New Urn Drtitf .Stone.
Young Ko .-eltoi Then you utterly
cast mo off; ICsuieraldn? Miss Esmcr
uldn (with t eat gentleness) Why, no,
Bylvester. Hut but it would bo so
silly for a g' I to sny you the first tlmo.
If If you I- e of tho samo mind you
might ask i.ie again some day, you
know. Chli tgo Tribune.
Cut t. I nt Il.iriculii Itates.
I'ercy Vt. tug Ilnpldgalt liad hard
luck. He wus disinherited recently.
Harold-Ci t off wllliont a dollar, eh?
Percy No. Ills mother did tho disin
heriting. He wns cut off with 03 cents.
All the Blore Aunorlnsr.
"Hut his stntemeiit nbout you is a
tlssuo of malicious lies, Is It not?'1
"No; It's a very substantial combina
tion of malicious lies, with a tissue of
malicious trupi." Philadelphia Ledger.
An aero of good fishing ground will
yield more food in n week than an
scro of the best land will In a year,
Tho Dutch pennant lle. wltli i .mills
all about him and reaches his cottage
by way of n drawbridge. IVrhnps it
Is In tho blood of tho Dutch child,
ears n writer In M. A. V.. not to fall
Into n canal. At nil event tho Dutch
mother never uppenra to anticipate
such n possibility.
Ono can Imagine the average ISng
llsh or American mother Using to
bring up n family In n houae surround'
ed by canals. Sho would never have
a moment's peace until the children
were In bed. Hut then the more sight
of n canal to tho Iiugllah child sug
pesls tho delights of n sudden and un
An KngllKlimiui Itumlrcd of tt Dutch'
woman, "Doom ix Dutch child ever by
any chance- fall Into a cnnalT"
"Ves," she replied, "eases have been
"Don't you do anything for ltn con-
ttuued tho nuestloucr.
"Oli, yes,1' she answered. "Wo haul
them out again."
"lint what I mean Is," explained tho
Englishman, "don't you do anything
to prevent their falling lu-to save
them from falling In aptlu?"
"Yes," sho answered, "wo spank
Calculation the Distance of n Storm
Although lightning and thunder oc
cur always simultaneously an interval
of shorter or longer duration is usual'
ly observed between these two pho
nomenn. which Is duo to the fact that
sound travels ouly at tho rulo of 1,100
feet per second, while the passage of
light Is almost Instantaneous, llased
upon this fact. It Is an easy matter to
tell, at least approximately, now mauy
miles n thunderstorm Is nwtiy. A nor
mal pulse will beat ono stroke to the
second, and by counting the pulse
beats during the Interval of the light
nine nnd tho thunder the lapse of sec
onds Is arrived at and consequently
the number of feet, which con bo re
duced to miles.
For example. If thirty seconds elapse
between the Hash of the llghtulug and
the crash of thunder the storm center
Is nt n distance of 113,000 feet or about
six and one-half miles. An almost ac
curate calculation can be made by us
ing a watch with n minute dial.
l-eiloi-. Journals anil
buuks ut the Kilgle Hook Store.
A VBltY CLOSH CALIj
"I stuck to my engine. .iMhotmti
every joint m-hod nml every nervn wns"
rnckeit with pulti." writes C W
llelhuny, n locomotive llremaii. of
lltirlltiKton, lowu. "1 wns weak unci
pule, without uiiv nnm-tlto nml nil run
uown. as i whs iiuotii to give up, I
got n bottle of Kleotrlf Hitters, nnd
nflor tnkltiK It. I felt us eli aa I ever
itiil lit my lire. nk. sickly, ruri
lowu people always milu new life.
strength nml vigor from their use.
Try thorn. KntUfaetion (u'lriiuteed
by liensou Pharmacy Trice 60 cents.
Mrs. U W. Evans. Clearwater. Khii
writes: "My husband hiv sick for
three months. The doctors said that
he hud quick consumption. Wo pro
cured u botlioor ltallanl's Horohuiind
Sptup, jiud It cured hltn. That wim
six yuan Utfo. Since then wo
havo iilwiiys kept a bottlo In tho liuuse.
vt v cnniioi uo witnout it. l' "r cutiKlis
nnd cold It has no oqual." Sue, We,
SI W. Hold by the Modern Phiirniucy.
2P2S Keeley St.,
Chicago, III., 0ct-2, 1002.
I suff.'red with falling; and con
gestion of the womb, with severe
pains through tho groins, 1 suf
fered terribly at the time of men
struation, had blinding headaches
and rushing of blood to the brain.
What to try I knew not, for it
seemed that I had tried all and
failed, but 1 had never tried Wine
of Cardui, that blessed remedy for
sick women, I found it pleasant
to take and soon knew that I had
the right medicine. New blood
seemed to course through my veins
and after using eleven bottles I
was a well woman.
Mrs. Cash is now in perfect
health because the took Wine of
Cardui for menstrual disorders.
bearing down pains and blinding W ,
headaches when all other remedies
failed to bring her relief. Any
sufferer may secure health by tak
ing 'Wine of Cardui in her home.
The first bottle convinces the pa
tient the is on the road to health.
For advice in cases requiring
special directions, address, giving
svmptouis. "The Ladies' Advisory
Department," The Chattanooga
Medicine- Co., Chattanooga, Tcnn,
How can you afford to be
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ltwebuig, Oregon. Sept. Id, liHII.
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Coni!res of Junes, 1H7S, eiunle.1' "An
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Aucuft -i. IHU'J,
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of Ori-gon, has tills duv tilcil in
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forthe piiichaeenf the I Aits N -I, 7, 10
Old 1j of Secli'in No II, Townslili
'JO South of liaiiKu 1 Wcsl'iind will oll'or
ptool to show mat tliu land rwU(Clit is
more' valuable for its llnilxr ur stone
than for agricultural purHwts, nnd to
islnbllili bis claim to said land Iwfora
the l!ei;lster and Iteceixer of this iirllee
at Itusebtirv;, Oregon, on .Monday the
5th day of December, 10OI.
Ilu luitues na uituests .
John l'liuoiids, I'.ilumu Vh ten t i lie.
Andrew Saltttnan and Auel WchmI ail
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j J, T. IlilllViKa. Hi-itialer.
NOTICli I'Olt lUlH.lt'ATIO.N'.
I I.aud Olllm ul ItoscburK. Ore,
' NoVemlsT I, llHll.
I Notice Is hereby kIvimi that tint fol
' loWliiH-mi'm-d settler lutMllleil no'llce
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In support of Ills i-liilin. and that said
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ton. V. S, Commissioner, at Ids oflltv
at l-jiKcne. Oieuoii, on Jaaunry I,
lixi."., vl II. H No. ii'll'-. ticow T.
Hull, for the SI3 NU Y, Sec. 21. 1". 21
lie iinmes the followiiiK witutwHiw
to prove Ills continuous residence
upon nnd cultivation of said html,
l'arnest .Mclleynolds, (ieoriie llnr
rison, tJeorKO Mclleynolds, llcrt .Mc
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Special attention ithcn to Mining
and Corporal Ion Iwiw.
UT. Harris, ,, I!, Wowttwlii
WOODCOCK & HARRIS,
Jpawlal sttantloH slvan to Oi laar ol Minn.
BARKER & PERMAN
I'MOl'HIKTtlHH or -
PK.M.KItH IN KINK
WINHS, LIQUORS, UIOAUS.
Mslii nrt, t',.ll.iii tlriiic (lit,
M Intuit ISnKluecra
U. S. Mineral Surveyors
IEooiii 1 llmil; Uldg, L'ottaw drove.
fiOJ-iKM OroKonlnn llhlic, I'oi-tlaud,
CoTTAGK CiKOVK. OHK.
Paid i) Capital, $25,000.00
Money to loan m approved aeeurilv.
l-.xehangea sold, svhIIhIiIii anv ,ilaee
II tlieUnltavl Sl.it.
Vllar.l I R
A. F. and A. M.
Cottage Grove No. 51,
ut ntul 3rd SHturdoy.
Oliver Vouch, W. M
I. O. O. F.
CoUakc Oiove Ko. 68. -Meet
every b.iturday night.
Ceo. Coinur, 1'. Sccly.
W. O. W.
Ilohemm Cntup Ko. a Co. Metis
every Saturday nijjlit.
C. II. Van Denliutg. Cletk.
M. W. of A.
Cottage Orovti Camp Ko. 62.
.Meet first and third Tuesday
C. W. Wnllrice, Clctk.
F. of A.
- Court illolicmi.i Mo. 33, Meets
every Friday night.
S. 15. Lauder, Sccly
Women of Woodcraft.
St. Valentine Circle. Alccts
1st ami 3rd Tuesdays.
Mrs. C. J. Miller, Clerk.
Ivmrua Colbtiru 'Ctitnp,
Meets 211(1 nml .itli Wednesday
l'.tlicl llisby, Clerk.
- Juventus Ixxlcc Ko. 48. Meets
every Wednesday night.-,
Dr. George Wall K. of K. S
G. A. R.
Appoiimtax I'OSt No. 34, Meets
2nd and 4H1 Saturday.
II. C. Dntton, Adjutant.
K. O.T. M.
Cascade Camp No. 66,
Prof. A. h. llrigjj'H, Secty.
L L Hive No 42
Meets 2nd and 4U1 Tuesday
Mrs. I". I'ullnfcr. K. K.
Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Mondays,
S. 15. I.auder, Sccly.
Order Eastern Star
Cottage Grove Chapter No 4
Meets every 2nd and 4th Fridays
Cella laurcli, Sect.
and Union Pacific
Thiro Trains To Tlio Hast Dally.
Tlu-.iunli I'lillinuli alaiidnrd and toura
1st aleeiiltiK ems daily to Onialin, Chi
eiign, Himkniiiii tutu 1st steepllIK cart
UnTlv In Kiiiii-nH filv ; lluuuuh I'lillumn
Inlll 1st sleep li i-.iis it COIlltlly con
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Kioiaais City. 81
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OCnAN AND ItlVfill SCIIBDULK
Tor Sun Fritnclsvo Kvrry live day
nlHtflOp tn. for Asturlii, wnyvpolnla
mid North Htiaeh llallv (except Sun
dnytHt0fl p.m.s Katutday at 10:00 p.
in. l)lly aurvlew (n-Hlvr norniUllnnJon
WiilaiiiallOiuid Vntidilll ltlvers.
I'nr fuller Inhiriiintinii ii-k nr wrllo
your inwipat tlekei nutint, nr
A- L. CHAIQ,
(iHicrol I'aaanufr Aki'uI.
TliHOiesjon Hnllroiid NuvngAtlon
Co. Putthoi l. tlnnnii.
ASK Till-. AnC'fl r'Oll
Siot:iue, St. J'tttil,
I'hlrtito, St r.outi
,NI AM. rOlNTS It A ST AND SODTU
Overland Trains Dally The Flyer
AnJ Tbe Fast Hall
Up to date Equipment
Daylight Trip across thn Ctsctda aid
For Tlck.itM, itnleai, Toldcm nml
l-'iill luroruiutliiii, full on or nddreaa,
II. DICKSON, 0. T. A.
122 3d St., Portland Ore.
8.0. YHllKHB., II. W. l. A.
lt Klrat Aroima, Hlllt Watb.
V(iBlvi)OXH'(Ii(iI Mirvlcunu (relglit.
Itoutn .your HliliinientH via Orent
Noftliytn. Knit in roriiititlou from
Wji. II Ai'iiuit. Weill, ARont.
0. & S. li li fi CO.
Tlmo TMo Nn, i
To Take Elfftt n Apr. 2nd, 1901.
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m ahllilrftr uiul imii.liFtiiti,
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