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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1905)
TESTING SEED CORN.
A Prhcdcnl B"n Toward SUIjnlnnt-
Inu cimnco Jrnna Asrlcultttre.
Sy ALBBRT N. HUMS. HUnota Expert
When corn planting: tlmo arrives the
most serious question forWn growora'
(a that of securing seed for their noiaa
ivbicli will bo -certain to biw. it may
scorn Hko a heavy task to geraiaata
Uirco or fottr hercols of corn from ov
er? ear lo a bushel, and! yet ono man
In ten hours total tlmo can tot ovary
tar of Botxl corn required to plant Six-ty-soven
ncrr. Some Mich method Ik
8oW to have been uaed by .W(j It. Clie
by, Bccretery of tho Illinois Corn
Breeders' association. In testing largo
quantities of eoed corn. Ono kurnol
BUILDING A MINI
Spokane Will Show Herself In Hand
Carved Reproduction at tlic Ecwls
and Clark Fair-
iujol op Cot? hods and wihe,
should bo taken from the butt of the
ear, nt least ono from tho middle and
ono from tho tip. Poor kernels Is
enough to take from one our for practi
cal work If properly taken.
The four kernels from each oar must
be placed In a separate group, and Jt
Is best that the group bo marked or
numbered to correspond with the num
ber of tho car from which the kernels
were taken. For this plan It Is neces
sary that tbe-cani be placed In regular
order lis tho kernels nro removed from
them. A good device for arranging tho
oars In regular order is shown In tho
One of the quickest and most con
vcnlent devices for making germina
tion tests Is that first used by Profess
or Ooff nt the Geneva station In New
York. This apparatus consists of a
water tight box across which nro o
tended folds of canton flannel. These
folds are suspended from wires and
can be removed to dry when .not In
use. Tho box must be filled to tho
depth of about an Inch with water, so
that the folds of canton flannel will
hang down enough to touch the water
and thus be moistened by capillarity.
Tho box should bo about '13 by 21 Inch'
cs and i or 5 Inches deep. It may bo
made of wdod, galvanized 'Iron, tin or
copper, and tho wires can be cut frord
ordinary smooth galvanized xenco wire,
When kernels of com are to bo tested
In this gcrnilnutlug apparatus they ura
removed from tho cars, placed between
the folds In regular order ana tho folds
closed together. The groups of kernels
from the separate ears may bo nnm
B0BTX03 OP A OZHEVA TZSTTEGO.
bored with slips of paper. This num
bering will not be absolutely necessary
n proper euro Is used to have the
grooDfl of Kernels correspond to the
ears cf corn from which they came.
After the kernels are put In place the
folds ore drawn together nt tho top,
the lid cloood ujfon the box arid the ap
paratus left until tho kernels gennl
nate. When put Into this box the ker
nels will not usually suffor for mois
ture during tho length of time of one
test Tills Is one of the advantages of
the Geneva tester over tho plate of
sand where the moisture may need re
newing each day or even oftcner. The
folds ate easily opened when it Is nec
essary to Inspect tho kernels to count
the number which have germinated.
Thorn ore few diseases that Inflict
more torture limn rheumatism and
there Is probably no disease for which
such a varied and useless lot at rem
edies lutvo been miKfweted. To sny
that It can bo cured lx, therefore, o
bold statement to make, hut Cham
berlain's I'uln Balm, which oiiiovaiiu
extensive dale, ban -met with urent
success in tho treatment of this dis
ease. Ono application or I'ain isulra
will relieve the pain, and hundreds of
etffTerers havo testified to permanent
cures by its uso. wny eunerwheu
Talu Balm affords such quick relief
ana costs out u. trine;.' ior mus ny
Tho Modern pharmacy.
Portland. One 6'f tlic" most hovel
exhibits at the I&wis and Ciark Iix
position will be the city of Spokane,
Wash.' The city is to be removed
to Portland aboard a car, mid It
will not require n very large car,
either. Spokane m miniature
now behiK built. civil engineer
and an artist are the builders, and
the Spokane Ohnn:ber of Commerce
is the sponsor.. The mtuutc city,
beautiful reproduction, with
stream of real water to represent
Spokane halls, wlH occupy a room
In the balcony above tiirtniutug ex
hibit in the Washington state
buildinc nt the fair, and Spokane
people will proudly point out the
places ot interest in tneir ctty tui
out finding it necessary to take tin?
tourist tlntuer. It is the expecta
Hon. however, thnt the tourist who
sees the reduced fac-simlle of
Spokane will be so charmed that
he will go up to sec the actual city.
The plan is Jo reproduce the city
in detail From Jefferson street to
Davidson street between Mallou
avenue and the Northern Pacific
railroad. To the sightseer the city
will appear as if seen from an eleva
tion over the river at jetterson
street, and he will be looking away
to the nroth. theeast and Ihe south
The foundation of the city which
will includo the streets, curbs and
sidewalks will be of cement from
two inches to six inches thick. The
district .to be reproduced will be
made on an absolute scale of 30 feet
lo the Inch, which will make the
exhibit 10x12 feet. The cement
foundation will be divided into 10
aections, weighing 120 pounds each,
so that it can be safely moved.
The buildtucs will be hand-carved
from pine. Each city block will be
made separately, and will be fast-
rued upon the cement foundations
by dowals. That will permit the
whole tbing to be taken apart lor
shipment. After the details of all
the business buildings are carved
they will be painted in the actual
colors of the structures. The bridges
will be reproduced of wood and
wire. The outlying portions of the
bity will be paiuted upon canvass
and adroitly joined to the little
city so as to appear In natural perspective.
SEND THIS BOOK EAST
Tell Your Friends About Oregon, Vtaafa'
iagton and Idaho.
The 1905 iesneof "DroRon, Washing
ton, Idaho njvt Tliolr Kosonrces," lean'
ol by tho PiuMtelltfor Di'pitiunio hi of the
Oregon Railroad & Nvvlitntlon Com
pany, and tho lines cf the Southern Pa
clllo tn Oregon, Ismw reiuly for distri
bution, 60,000 couli&linvlmt been Issued.
Tho book has a tp.k-Ully designed front
cover InJwo colors nml contains eighty
eight pages illustrated by twenty -one
full pngo llmt elusn liulf-tot 0 cuts and a
number of smaller one. Tim book Is
divided Into tdin) tr covering tho fol
lowing subjects: Cllinwu, dairying,
tllVOtsiUed farmlna, fish anil rlaldnir,
fruit eultnre;"Tr3!n growing, grasses
and forage plants, homo (or million!,
hop raising, Irrigation, Lewis and Clark
Exposition, lumber and lumbering,
markets, mines ami; mining, Portland,
"The Rose City," ruliroiuls, schools and
cli u relies, soil, stock rnlaltw, vegetable
products, lamia in western Oregon, con
densed Information about towns and
cities atona the O. It. & N. undtlie
Southern I'acillO linen..
Tho illustrations of fruitful scenes In !
farm and orchard dixlrlrts nnr taken
from actual photographs, tliu facta and
oUtiftle am iwwl on rondlllonB B8
ttieV nro. and these features of the work
make it of great value to people 01 the
Kant who nre iookii e 10 me rncmo
Northwest for homes and business loca
tions. Every citizen of tho Mates ex
ploited in the. hook will 11 ml It valvmble
to send to relatives and frlonds in other
state who mav le induced to come and
live In tho Paeitlo Northwest.
Four cents In stamps sunt toA.L.
Oralg, General Passenger Agent of the
Oreeon Railroad & Navigation Com
nanv. Portland nreuoii. with tho ad'
dress, of an eastern friend, will insure
its being sf nt.
liarold (translating YircilV
Ihnoo 1 tried to throw my arms
around her neck Say, Miss Itowo,
that's as far as I got.
Miss Howe (smilluRK-That will
do, Harold. You may continue,
of engraving at it. O
IttlEUMATIO PAINS QUICKLY RE-
The cxcrucmtlni? nnlus character.
Istle of rheumatism and sciatica ore
qulcuiy rollevcd by npplylnsr Cham
berluln'g Pain Balm. The g.-ent pain
relieving power of the liniment has
been tho surnrlso and dollirht of
tiinusanils or surrorers. Tho quick
reuei iroui vum wmcn 11 niiorus is
atone worth, many times Its cost.
For sale by Tho Modern Pharmacy,
HEALTH IS YOUTH.
Disease and Sickness Bring Old Ago
UerWne. taken every mornlnir be,
fore breakfast, will keep you In rcn
miac nemtn, nt you to warn on ai
Bcaso. It cun-scoastlDatton. billions
nesB, dyepcpsla, (over skin, llvcHand
kidney complaints. It purines tho
blood and clears tho complexion.
Mrn. 1). V. Smlta. Whitney. Tex.
wrltcH April il, l'Mi. "I havo used
IIerblne,and find It tho best modi
cine for constipation and liver tron
hies. It does nil you claim for it.
I can hlohb" rccommohd It .50c,
Sold by the Modern Pharmacy.
Mrs. PortleighI have to handle
my husband with cloves.
Mr. Cutting Boxing or rubber?
Detroit Free Press. ,
A GREAT 8EN8ATION., ,
., There was a great sensation In Lees
vllie, Ind. when W. II. Brown of that
phi'ee who was expected to die, hud his
life saved by Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption. lie writes: "I en
dored insufferable agonies from Asth
ma, but yonr Discovery gave mo Im
mediute relief and soon thereafter effect'
eil a complete cure." Similar cures of
Consumption. Pneumonia. Bronchitis
and Grip are numorour. It's the peer
less remeuy tor an ttiroat ana lung
tronuiod. race eue. ana xi.uu. unaran-
teed by Benson's Pharmacy, Trial
Ivfrs. Peck (cooteratously)--What
are you. anyhow a man or
tionry reeu (uitteriy)' A man
my dear. If I were a mouse I'd
havo yon up ou that tublo yelling
for help right now! Oleyeland
OharletjE. Rumolin, oouncilniati
of 1st ward Portla.ud, Jmg been in
dicted on tho obargo of utteinpting
to bribe tho city enuinectv.;(o"roport
unfavorably on.Marquam Gnlch
THE KIOIW NAME IS DEWITT.
DeWitt'a Witch Hazel etilvo cools.
eootheH and honls cuts, burns, bolls.
uruuea, pues and nit stun aisencs
K. E. Zlckcfoose, Adolph, W. Va.
eivys: "My little daughter had white
swoiiioK so bwi that pleCo after plcco
ot bono worked out of her leg. Do-
Wltl h witch Harel Halve cured nor."
It Is tho most wonderful beallnir
salve In tho world. Bewaro of
counterfeits. Bold by Tho Modern
FOR A WEAK DIGESTION'
No medicine can replace food but
Chamberlain's Stomach and Llvor
Tablets will help you to digest, your
10011. it is not tne nunntitv 01 looti
taken that gives etrength and vigor
in me system, inn 1110 amount niges
teil and assimilated. Iftroublod with
a weak digestion, don't fall to give
thDKO Tablets' n trial. Thousands
have been-'bonoflted by their, uso.
They only cost a quarter. For sale
py xno juoaern pugrmacy, (,,
At a jolly porty tho other evenins
mo company was eugnged in the
old fashioned game of "Blind Man'n
BUfl." In tho excitoment of beina
blind-folded, n young ludy grasped
the bald beau of a -gentloman and
oxolaicuod: '"Oh, where nro you all?
Hero I am by tho knob of the ban
MAKES A CLEAN 8WEEP.
There's nothing like doing a thing
luorougmy, VI 1111 tho balvo you ever
heard of, fJUcklcn's Arnica Salvo la the
uca:. it sweeps away and cures Burns,
Sores, Bruises, Cuts, Boils, Ulcers,
Skin Eruptions and Piles. It's only
zoo, anu guamnteeu to give sansiactlon
oy uenson s rnarmacy
ROBBED THE GRAVE.
juon unver 01 ruuuueipnia as ioiiowss
"J. was In an awful conJition. Myekin
was almost yellow, eyes sunken, tonirue
cuatuu, pain continually in ubck ana
lues, no appetite, growing weaker day
by day. Three phyicians had given
me up. Then I was advised to uso
Electric Bitters; to my great joy, the
filDt bottle made a deicdod Improve
ment. 1 coiuinnea tneir uso lor tnree
weeks, and am now a well man. I
know they robbed tlte grave of another
victim," No one should fail to try
them. Only 60 cents, ' guaranteed at
WON A NAMB 01? FAME
DoWltt's Llttlft V.nrlv rtlnnra. flin
famous llttlo nllls. havn hnn tniuln
famous by their certain yet harmless
and gentle action upon tho bowels
and liver. They havo no equal for
bllllousness, coosttbation, etc. They
do not Weaken tho Htnmach. arlim.
ar niako you feel slclt. Odco used al
waja preferred. They strengthen
Sold by the Tho Modern Pharmacy
World's , Fair
Choice of Soda
INSTALLED IN THE
It da a matter for congradtilation
tht tho beautiful, now 2Utb Cen
tury Sanitary Soda Fountain recent'
ly 10 up in tho Modern Pharmacy
by tho L, A. Booker Company of
umoitgo, the manufacturers, should
bo the mike soleutod above all
others for exclusive uso in all tho
cafes and other refreshment places
at the World's Fair, St. Louis, be-
cauBo of lla obeoluto proteotion to
health. Ilia also a tributo to the
ssgaolty of David Griggs that thie
particular fountain should be his
ob'oieo.- Tho patrons 0 this store
will bare tho assuianco of complete
security from dieeaso corms while
paAaSing of tho moat deiioloua soda
water titer drawu.
Under the 20th Century Sanitary
System,,, tho syrups nro dispensed
from stcrlized glass container's
standing on left and in plain view
of customers, whereas in old style
louutMna tho syrups, nre stored in
ufk chambers, diflicalt of access
sad eloaned how often no ono
knurrs. In the "20th Century"
there ars no sticky spigots, no cor
roding metal tubes not a possible
lurking place (or tho dangerout mi
crobe of disease, the fear ot whioh
has kept many from enjoy meat of
the most doliclons drink in tho
world; Even the refrigerator and
also the workboard, which latter is
the "kitchen" of the soda fountain,
are sanitary in construction and
operation and all ia in accord with
tho most adranood public senti-
mout tor nygienio precaution.
Tho beautiful design, the open.
elsanly, inviting appearance ot this
delightful creation in Unted onyx
and marble, warrant the prediction
that it will be the rendezvous of
many happy soda parties.
Tho Modern Fharmaey invites tho
publio to call and let them explain
the 20tb Century Sanitary System
and bow it sale-guards health.
Do Not Neglect a Cold.
Evsry aW weakens the fcunSe, lowor the Vitality and makes the
system less able to withstand each sucwedlnu cold, thus
paring the way for mors acrloua lilsoaoeo.
CAN YOU AFFORD TO TAKE SUCH CHANCES?
IGofttu motion, Coughs, Colds, 9oro rhroat,
mmxnmm, uroup, wnoupwx ivu&u,
mrenohftls, Hoarseness, Sore Lungs.
EVERY MOTHER SHOULD KNOW THAT DAULARD'S HORE-
HOUND SYRUP CONTAINS NO UHIMES, uuiia nui
CONSTIPATU CHILDREN AND WILL. POSITIVELY
CURE CROUP AND WHOOPINO COUOH.
mmm. BALU LGeKBAn, aoldtHwalto.rox., mmyml "We
kv ut BaUnl'a Ilorthound Hrrnp In my famllr for vrl xmn,
ntt lwr sIto MlUfactlpn. Wtaa tbs chlldxon bad Croyp d
WHooptM Ooahlllwl'trlliivathfimlonio,nt I would not Iv;
without U In tahoun, MltU tb 111CST HKUIOINJS wo know of,"
! let Kemedy for Children. Every Bottle Guaranteed.
TNtim mizsat aao, boo anami.ua.
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO., ST. LOUIS, M0.
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
The Modern Pharmacy.
H. C. MADSEN,
R7lrln8 t reMot)bte oairtes,'
All work KDsnBteMl flrit-ciait.
Wstchea, Clock! and Jewelry t Loweit Trice
OOTrAOE QSOVE. ORE,
T. 8. Mcdloy. J. 0. .Tphnson
Office Suite 3 Bank JSUli.
Bpocfal attention trlven to lllulng
and Corporation Law.
J. E. YOUNG
AiiKinaaoiemrravindaono at u. Q Attnrn,mi-a,t-L.a.w
Offlce on MIn atrcet, Weit Side
COTTAOK GROVH, ORB
A. H. KING
Attwrney st Luw,
.COTTAGE OltOVlt, ORIS.
To Ij. F Slarens and Nlles Hplms.
and to any and nil other persons
clalmteK' the right, title or Interest,
either ta law or cquttv, In or to the
nereinaroer aescrinoa mining claim
nad preralsea, by through or under
the std h. F. Slarens and Mies
ueiraa or eitaer 01 them :
ioa.imu BRcn or. vou &m iioppdv i m, a
notified that thctindcraltrned. has ex-If PKIVAT U ft
una work ro tno amount of tos.eee
upoa' the "Mlsstre" (Mystry) lode
Biwingr cisim, aitunw in the iiohemla
Mlnlne District. Lane Countv. Stnta
ot Oregon, located by Arthur Helms
and It. 8., Slavens on the 24th lny ot
juiy. mil, wmcn saia notice wasuuiy
recorded. In the Record of Mtnlmr
Clatmn, Book 6, piiRe 144. That the
lanor so Performed nnu the monov
so oxponueu was maiio anu ox
pen iled on said claim tetwccn the
drat day ol Iecerabcr, 1901 nml the
tnirty-urst day ol December, 11KH In
oraer o noiu tno said mining claim
under the orovllslona of Section 2324
of the Ilovfaod Statutes of the United
States and the lawn of tho 8tate of
uregon, tho same, toRethor with the
sum of. 133.333 expended by Charles
uoweu. vne otner co-ownor neinrr tho
amount reauirea ur law to hold
said claim for the year ending De
cember 31st 1004.
That, the proportionate share ot
ouch or you as co-owners so expend
ed being tho sum of ?10.68X each, and
that If within ninety days from the
service ot this notice upon you by,
iuu ouvrm ui 1110. counry, or vmnin
ninety days from the service of said
nn.lM t.-. It-.. .1 .. I, 1
tribute your prdporttouate share ot
wesaiu exnenuiuiro us a co-owner.
your., Interests resnoctlvclv In nntd
claim .Will become the projierty of tho
undersigned under the provisions of
saw eecnon S33i or mo ltevlsed Stat
utca otthe.Uultod Btutea bv nuiHon
of such, failure to .contribute your
proporuonata snnro or such exnenui
Dated March 20th, 1005.
OKO. W tl.OYJ).
I.ajff & CollVClI
U. S. Mineral Surveyors
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Money to loan on approved security.:
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PWIN sad MEDICATED BATHS.
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Out.iide medical liel turnlslml 11 re
For rurtber particulars addresi
Dr. II. O. SOIILHiW..
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