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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (May 3, 1905)
A now aupppiy of hoao nml
Bprinklcra nt Wynnes' hardware,
LnBt wcuk Mr. Kouholhcok sold
to his Rons John nud George the
property next to Hills cigar Rtuie.
Mr. Kobbolbeck wns desirous of
dinpoRing o' tbo plucc in oriUr to
got money to Improvo his residence
lots end wiih offoriur; it for eole
John the eldest, who 1ms worked
his wny throng Bchool, besides
working in Uio tindcr nml logcitiR
enmps had suvetl up sonio money,
ilocidid it wir n prolty K" lWnB
to own and UkitiK the brother in
with him they combined thoir ontii
tnl nnd took the property nt the
lricc naked by the father, making n
good sized payment and agreed to
pay the bnlanco in a specified timo.
The price was $1G00.
While this mav seem like a small
matter, yet it suggests what young
men can do if thoy chooso. These
lmvo not snent thoir time
aiiiinT nhout town viutlns for
something to -turn up," but huve
bfon industrious ami are nlready
John is now timo keeper in one of
the logging camps, whilo George is
havine the building put into shape
Mr nnd Mrs. C. 13. Jones whose
residence is just at the eastern edge
of the city have a ramer uiiuiuk
romhinntion of cat and chicken,
The cat has a family of kittens
and recently a setting hen hatched
out hut one chick. Mrs. Jones did
not propose to allow her hctiship
to waste the summer in bringing it
up, so she put another setting o,
.tcr tinder and kept her at work,
The chick she took to the house
audthoucht she would see what
th m would do if it was put into
the basket, and was much surprised
to see the cat take kindly to the
littli. thinp and allow it to nestle in
thf kittens. Since then the
mt has to all appearances adopt
it nnd the chick seems as well
sniUfied as if under the mother hen.
When tho cat leaves the basket
the Chick sets up a lively peeping
which worries the cat. so much
that she sometimes hurries back to
thf hasltet before finishing her
fVwi The chicken is led by Mrs
Will Conduct Institute.
A teachers' institute representing
T.inn nnd Lane will bo held ut liar
risburg in tho school houso May G
by Dillurd and Jiickson. luo pro
giam is as follows:
rOBESOON session, 9:1G A, M.
History ' r,D
"The duties o! the Teacher outside
tlis School room."....Iltsi MuthetVH
ffenirrnnliv W. W. DlXOH
AFTBRXOON HKHHION 1:15 1'. M
Tho mIouImm nt tli Country Teaclie:
Supt- Jlott 11. Arnoli
Tim World's Fair ana Factor In Ed
ucatlou," H. C BiuiRlmmii
-The Notebook us a llolp In Teach
ing" ll- r- lat,.k,
"Somo Phases ot Good Kecltntlou.
W. II. .Martlu
''Momi nevelopment." C. A. ltexroud
All friends and teachers nre Invited
totnkenuuetho part In the discus
sions of the nbovo named subjects.
The following is the form of
hunter's license and can be procured
of the county clerk at Eugene.
No UUNTEIt.S LICBN.SK
State of Orecou. County of ss.
This ccrtllles Hint .n resi
dent of County, State of
hnvlng paid to nif tho statutory li
cense foe of $ Is hereby licensed to
hunt within the Stnto of Orcson, sub
Jectto the regulations, restrictions
nnd penalties provided by law.
This llcenseexplres on December 31 ,
100. ..und Is not transferable, nnd
must lie shown upon demand to any
officer authorized to enforro the same
or fish laws of this state.
In witness whereof, I lmvo hereunto
set my bund und ulllxed iie senl of
said. County this day
of , 1!....
County Clerk of County,
Stnte of Oregon.
MKHCUll'Tlo.N ok i.ici:nhi:i: iiniihii i.i.
Height feet lnchos
Color of liulr.
Color of eyes
Other distinctive marks (If uny)...
Scars or other menns of Identifica
tion (It uny)
Oil AMBBHLAIN'H COUGH HUM KDY
THE BEST ANU MOST POI'IJI-AU
".Mothers buy It forerotipy child
ren, rullrond men buy It for severe
coughs und elderly people buy It for
IttKrlppe," say Moore ltros,, Eldou,
Iowa. "Wosellmoro ofCliumberlnln'H
Cough Komedy than any other kind.
It geemH to hivo taken the lead over
several other good hraiidF." There
la no question but this medicine U tho
best that cun bo procured for coughs
nnd colds, whether It bo a child or un
adult that Is mulcted, It always
cures and cures quickly. Sold by The
THE I1UY1NG OF TREASURY
1,1, men cnntiot own mines
from which gigantic fortunes
are made, but almost any
one can own stocK m mining com
panies owning properties of good
prospective value" because this is
about the only kind of a mining
proposition that one can buy Into
these days, barring fakes and wild
est investments, as It Is not a com
mon thing in this day and age to
hear of the sole ol treasury stock in
a mining enterprise which is al
ready productive and wiilcu is pay
ing the owners big money.
Tlierclore, U a mining pitunc ue-
s res an investment m iihuhik se
curities, the natural thing to do
would he to purchase treasury siock
in some company which has ground
of undisputed value and merit which
it desires to cotnp aim ucvciop. u
the company is composed of ex
perienced, reputable mcu, nnd its
nroncrtv is wen locatcu m a k"""
district, the chances arc that the
purchaser ol treasury stocK win
make thousands upon the invest
ment where only hundreds have
been put in. Not every' Investor in
mining securities meets wiiu sue
cess, but we can point out a great
mauv instances where the small in
ventors in treasury stock have made
their lortuues because of their good
iudement in this respect.
All Ol our ureal uivuieuu-uui is
mine of today at one time were
only good ptospects. In many in
stances companies formed for their
operation had difficulty in selling
enough treasury stock to develop
them to a point where tliey couiu
be listed as producing mines. We
have seen treasury stock sell at a
dollar whirh a few years later
readily brought the owner $io and
$20 a share. We have known treas
ury stock to go begging at 55 a
share, ami we have known the same
stock, five or six years later, as a
ready seller at $100 a share; and,
during four of these years, this
stock paid i a stiaro a montn in
As a general thing those having
a tew liundreu uouars 10 mvesi in
raiuiiitrcaunot hope to become large
mine owners. Even with ample
funds at their command their busr
ness affair may be such that they
cannot devote their time to this fas
cinating pursuit. But they can buy
treasury stock in a goou mining
company nud thereby become in
directly interested in the great min-
in ir industry of the West and at the
same time be free to follow their
usual business avocations untranv
meled by the care and worry which
necessarily attaches to tne owner
ship and operation of a tninitig prop
Stock iuvestnient is a phase ol
the minine industry that appeals
strongly to the laboring classes, to
the merchant, the clerk, the banker
and those entratred in various busi
ucss undertakings, and many such
have become independently wealthy
bv means of such investments. This
is renllv the easiest way and, pos
sibly, the safest to engage in the
mining industry for those who
cannot give their whole and undiv
ided 'time to the .management of a
big mining enterprise. Salt Lako
There are fow diseases that, Inflict
moro 'torturo than rheumitlsm und
there Is probably no disease for which
such a varied nnd useless lot of reme
dies huve been snsnested. To snv
that It cun be cured Is. therefore, a
bold statement to mukc, but Cham
berlain's l'aln Balm, which enjoys an
extensive shle, bus met with great
success In tho treatment of this dls
eiiH?. One application of l'aln Balm
will relieve the pain, nnd hundreds of
sufferers hate testified to pormunent
cures by Its use. Why suffer when
l'aln 1 1 nt nt affords such quick relief
nnd eosts but a trifle? For sale by
The Modern I'harmacy.
Nueleay's Canyon, a wonderful
scenic park leading up into the
mountains from tbo Lewis and
Clark Exposition grounds promises
to attract thousands of people who
will visit 1'ortland this summer.
The park iff still in its primeval
state, except far winding paths that
lead through the trees and tip and
down the steep bills.
HIIKI'MATR' PAINS QITGKLY BE
LIEVED The excruciating pains chnractoris
llo of rheumatism nnd sciatica are
qulukly relieved by applying Cham
berlain's Tula Jfulm. Tho grout pain
relieving power of the liniment has
lieen the surprise und delight of thou
sands of sufferers. Tho quick relief
from pulii which It affords Is alone
worth many times Its cost. For salo
by The .Modem Pharmacy.
Oregon's mining display at the
Lewis ami Clark Exposition will
show astonishingly rich deposits of
gold, silver and copper, with sped
mens'Sf gold from very rich new
discoveries that run as high as $20
to the ton.
Keep your bowels regular by the
nee of Gliuuiberlnhi'H Stomach und
Liver Tuulets. There is nothing I let
ter, For wile by The .Modern I'liur.
During the month ot Mxieh nn I
ipril tho following list show th.
work done by Stnto (Inutn WiuiUii
linker and deputies nud lines ini
poBod William ijtovin, kiiiuiK Wkfw tin
J. It. Tucker, killing deer JUfi.OO
l'oto Lcnrilf. UHu a deer, if UA 00.
S. Monlan. h:Iiii trii. SiO.OO.
J. 0. HoiKht. kill .ti n door, $.0l)
W. Forst, unt!ig 1 hides. J'io.UO
Two ernes jet niiipMiriml.
When Deputy U W, Mnrviu at
Uloudnlo nrrohtad W. I-'msl, he hud
a little trniihln wiih I hut yialenmn
as ho threatened to shunt any one
who interfered. TI10 deputy pro
ceeded, to tnko I'VostH gun uwny
from him, took possesion of tho
ton in and man and drovu to town
whoro the trial was had nnd fluo
imposed. Costs of tho trials woro
added to tho nbove linos.
Friend I suppose tho bab.v is
fond of you?
rapn -loud of nier ttliy. lie
sloops all day wheu I'm not at home
and stays up nil night just to enjoy
my society! Town mid uonuiry.
Will ovLTi'omi! Iiullu'wlliin mid ilys
iieiwlu; rvKiihue the bowels nnd euiv
llwr nun Kinney eoinpiuiniH.
It is tho ticst lilood eurlchvr and In
vlgtmitur In the worlit It U purely
vegetuble, ierleetl.v hurmltoM nud
should you bo 11 surferer Irmn dl-euso
you will use It it you are wise.
It. N. Andrews. Kdltor nnd Xlixr.
Coeon nnd Itookledge News, t'ooo.i,
Ha, writes: I liitve used your ner
blne In my family, and llud It 11 most
excellent medicine. Its effects upon
mysell lmvo been n nmrked nenetit.
Workmen are now building the
main cntcrauce gntes nt the Lewis
and Clark Exposition. There will
be twenty turnstiles lor entrance,
with a number of exit gates.
A POSITIVE NECESSITY
Having to In) upon my bed for 14
dnys from a feverely bruised leg. I
only found relief when I used u bottle
of Unllard's Suotv Liniment. I can
cheerfully recommend It us the liest
medicine foa bruliK's ever sent to tho
allllctcd- It has now become n posi
tive necessity upon myself.
11 It ItvrnpH. Mrrehnnt. Hovers
vllle. Tcxus. 25c, fiOc and 100. Sold
by The Modern I'harniac.v.
The Fair Japan concession build
ing on the trail is now in course of
construction. It will be nutsiieii,
the concessionaire says, a week be
fore the opening day. Ibis is to
be one of the most interesting fea
tures of the Trail.
Itlssuld thnt notliliik'lH true ex
if nr. ilenth nud tuxes, but tllllt Is not
altogether true. I)r. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption U sure cure
lor nil lung mm inruai iriiuuies.
Thousands cnu testify to Hint. Mrs.
C. B. VunMetru of Shepherdtown, W.
V11.. hiivs"! h'ld aseveieenseof Broil-
chttis and for a year tried everything
I heard (if. but g 't id- lellel. One
hottlo of Dr. King's New Dl-eovery
then cured nie absolutely.', It's Infill
llbie for Croup, WIiooiiIhk Cough,
Qiin. Pneumonia and Consuiiiptloii.
Try It. It's guaranteed by Benson's
Pharmacy. Trial nottiea iree. ueg
The Easter dress parade at the
Lewis and Clark Exposition was
gorgous. Many thousands of peo
pie entered the exposition gates,
the day being delightfully bright
and balmy. Everybody was ns
touishod at tbc rapid progress of
finishing tho Exposition. .
FOB A WEEK DIUKSTION.
No medicine can replace food but
Clminlicrliiln's Stomach and Liver
Tablets will help you to digest your
food. It Is not the quantity of food
taken that glvoi strength and vigor
to tho system, but the amount diges
ted and asslmllnted. If troubled with
a weak digestion, don't fail to glvu
these Tablets u trial. Thousands have
been benefited by thoir use. They
only cost a quarter. For sale by The
It was such a
relief to have ray
Mrs. Chipvvay How so? "Oh, I
was so afraid we would have to pay
all those bills." Life.
A STARTLING TEST
To save u life, Dr. T. (1. Morrltt, of
No, Melioojmny, I'a,, made n startling
test resulting In woiidurful cure. He
writes, "a patient was attacked with
violent hemorrhages, csuxeil by ulcer
ation of the stoniuvb. I hud olten
found Electric Hitters excellent for
acute stomach and Liver troubles so
1 prescribed them. The patient gained
from tho first, nnd lias not hud an
attack In II months." Electric Hit
ters are positively guaranteed for
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Constipation
and Kidney troubles. Try then). Only
60c at Benson's Pharmacy.
DiSgs I hoar you have sold your
restaurant. Wasn't it a money.
Diggs Yes; I wus making $50
Diggs Thou what was youi rea
son for disposing of it?
Biggs Oh, I was compelled to
sell it on account of poor hoalth.
Dlggs Huh! Why didn't you
lake your moals somewhere else?
Lewis and Clnrk imposition Tic
Cottiigu drove to Portland A' Hut
$r,l)0, good for !!() dnvs, but not
Inter thmi Oot. itUt, 11)06.
I'AirritM or tun on mom:
Onn faro lor the round trip good
for ton diivs, (mint tinvol toiiidlu r
on ouu ticket both uiim) f I 10
UIHIANUIill I'Mtrll OK ONK IIUNIUIKD
One fnro for thn round trip pmlv
moving on sumo day, but individual
liokuts will bs sold mi lor tin iuh
and can return nt nuy tlmn witliin
ten days from datu ot n U: $1,10.
Tho nbovo tlokets 011 s'llo dally lie
tweuu Mnv 2Jtli and Oct. lTith, and
no stop overs ullinvo I In iitlur di
.1. A. (Iiilledgc, of Verlienn. Aln.
wiik twite In the hosiilliil from 11
NOi'nense nf plU'Si'iuislnir Illinois
Atiri- diu'liirs nud nil renixdloi (alloil
llui'kh-ii's AruU'iiSulviHpitvkl.v nrn-wt-id
fnrtlicr Inlluniuiiitloii uud cured
iilm. It eoniiiiers nclu's mid kills
(mill. '.'.Vi nt lleiiMou'ri I'l'.ariiuu'y.
Real Maplo Sugar.
The Department of Agriculture's
Bureau of Porestry is trying to re
vivo and extend the production ol
unnle suiinr. As iicrsons of middle
agecan remember, maple sugf r was
formerly obtnined irom tne sap 01
maple trees. Now it h usually
compounded ol glucose, brown cauc
sugar, extract 01 Hickory imrK ntui
other substances capable of more or
1 .11. ..!... 11. .......
ICS piuusiuii: uo;ui.-.(.-. i iiuivuii
of Forestry considers It n moderate
s.atcmcnt to say thnt scvcu-eiglits
of all the maple sugar and syrup on
the market nre counterfeit. It think
that the production of the genuine
article can be made profitable
throughout the Northern states and
down as far as the mountains ol
Eastern Tcunesscc ami Western
North Carolina. Its investigations
show that a farmer can easily clear
$3 per acre, and usually more, Irom
n sugar grove on laud that would be
useless for nuy other purpose.
the same time this industry would
help to preserve forest conditions
Tho Bureau believes that the pro.
duccrs can push pure goods into the
market at a little higher price than
is now paid for adulterated aiticles
by forming associations, adopting
registered trade-marks carrying n!-
solute guarantees of quality and, if
necessary, selling direct to the con
sinners instead of to the middlcine
who are responsible for the present
conditions.-HJoIIier s Weekly.
MADE YOUNG AO A IN.
"One of Dr. King's New Life Pill
each utglit for two weeks lias put
In mv 'teens' iiguln" writes D. II
Turner of Deiiipceyliiwii, Pa. The.vre
lint Dcst in me worm lori.iver.ntoui
uch und Bowels. Purely vegetable
Never crip. Only 'J.c ut lieiison
NOTICE OF KOItFEl ITUE.
To L. F. Slavens und Nlles Helms
and to any and all other person
claiming the right, title or Interest,
either In law or eiiultv, In or to the
hereinafter described mining claim
and premises, by through or under
the said L. F. Slavens and Nllex
Helms or either of them:
You and each of you are hereby
iiotlllcd that the undersigned, lias ex
(smiled money and performed labor
and. work to the anion nt of JWI V)
upon the "Mlsstre" (Mystry) lode
mining claim, situate, In the lfoheiula
Mining District, Lane County. Stale
of Oregon, located by Arthur Helms
and L. S. Slavens on the'.'ltli day of
July, ISSU, which said notice wasdnlv
recorded In the llecord of Mining
Claims, Book 0, page III. That the
labor ho iMjrformed and tho money
so expended was made anil ex
pended on said claim between the
llrstday of December, 1IH)I ami the
thlrty-llrst duy of December, hhiI In
order to hold the suld mining claim
under the provllslons of Section XVM
of tho ItcvlHed Statutes of the Culled
States and the laws of the Statu of
Oregon, the same, together with the
sum of $:CI.:i.'j: expended by Charles
liowen, the o'.her co-owner being the
amount required by law to hold
suld claim (or tho year ending Do
comber lllst UK) I,
That thu proportionate share of
ouch of you as co-owners so expend
ed being thu sum of $l(l.r,ft each, and
that If within ninety days from thu
service of this notice upon you by
the Sheriff of the county, or within
ninety days from tin- servlcu of suld
notice by publication, you fall to con
tribute your proportionate, share of
the said exisjiidlturo us 11 co-owner,
your Interests respectively In suld
claim will become thu property of the
undersigned under the provisions of
said Section L'MJl of the Itevlsed Stat
utoe of .the United States by reason
olsuch failure to contribute your
proportlonnto sharo of sueh oxpendl
Dated March SUth, 1U05.
11-131 Gko. V. I.1.0VP.
BARKER & PERMAN
DKALKIIS IN FINE
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
Main (treat, OutUgo Orove, Or,
For Permanent Relief
7re. mfaWubiM. and I. W"'
all doransemcnU of th humut body.
CURED HER SICK HEADACHE
Mis. Joitt Cmtoa, CenttlU Avenue, Tmpl,
Tcf mite,: I find HURWNU KJ1'
MHefnnd t.ke Pit"... JSSSf " "
women who nffer from tick hedehe."
WIT1CN TUX REACH OF ALL
Fifty Cents A Dollle Avoid AH Sobntltutes
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
Tho Modorn Pharmaoy.
KrlrlnK t i"nWc cni(f .
All vrork miantutcisl nri.clM,
WtKlit", I'lncki "ml Jwlr r 1 lwtil 1'ilc
COT f.UiK OUOVK. OltK.
.1. S. Medley. J. C. Johnson
Medley ij- Johnson,
Ire Suite it Hunk UUlft.
SHclal attention given to Mlnhik
nml Corporation l,nv.
J. E. YOUNG
onto on Mln ittMl, Wetl Hid
COTTAOK CiROVK, OrK
A. II. KING
Attorney at Luw,
cotvaoi: a nor v.. okk.
J V ll I V A T U
All Hie Uiml Ireilnif nu.
'LAIN ami MKIIICATEIJ
KMH TKltrrV, KTt:
No eHiUitltMi4 ui taken.
! Tnriiu ronii.iliM.
Oultule innlkal lilp furnltluM It r-
Y Put further iMftlrulara mlilrm
I ir. ii. o. soiii.i:i:i'. I
o. & I eTT co
Tlmn TaMu No. I
To tnko ellect April 'Jd. IIHrt.
No a Nul
8 nml I TiioaIajt W. Iluuutl
Hlltl Hitt nitly
M A M SI
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0 i.e. .Ufa Tjroyo
l.M7:'0' M ,Meu .
3.WI 7 M, n i.urriu.
I (J ) .rro llonlu.
:i 01 n 01 7 7 . Iiaktpr
:t.lll ll Ilia iMireim
.t7H. 17 U ft ltl,ltok.,
'.N:JI 10 li llMVttl I'll
1 ... M 1 1 3 Hlowntl
li II :UIU 11 lti.kjr IVilul
1 UmI lltUL-o
1 17 0 . Hunt'
Knil ol I'rnrk
rtutjjwl ut c1iiik) wlllinut oolfce,
Alloiitwanl IrelKlil lnrwnrlil only at Ilia
(11I11I rUk of lilnir ntel eomlKiice.
HiMifo laavat wllilwnoil allor Dili arrlral ol
train uu Miiinlara, Woliiotar anil Krlnajra
lor lliinlla anl Orncco. Urturiilni on Tuci.
ilaya, ThurnUia ami Hamrilayi.
Frliililwlfl not bo rccelredat the O, AH,
K. II. 11. 1)miI allor 6:UI . m. To Imuie
forwarillnx on next train; frelKlit muil ba
lollTcriMl In ainpla timo to permit ol Its
A. It. WOOD, IMaiiai;or
ARRIVAL AID DEPARTURE OF S. P. TRAINS.
.l:Mp.m, No, II 2 O0p.m
.T.os a.m. No. 19 ... .ai a.m
in Sanitarium 1
...The Miners Supply House...
Our Motto: Good Goods for Low Prices.
General Merc?ianilise, Miers' Toots ami Ammunition.
WOMEN WHO SUFFER
U. S. A.
Unit & ColH'll
U. S. Mineral Surveyors
ltooml Ilnnk Wilir. CottiiKe drove
C0240.1 ()reonlan Hldk'. I'ortlnnd, ,
The Fid National Bank
CoTTAOIt GkOVK, ORK.
Paid i j Capital, $as,ooo.oo
Money to lunn 011 spproved evenrlly.
Mxc-hnngo sold, svnIUhle snr plea
n thoUllilod Slnten
T 0 Wmni)
ask Tim Aoi'aai''o,u
1 Mlnneaiiotlii, Duluth,
Chicago, fit r.outt
AND ALL l'OINTa ItAST AND SOUTH
2 0rerUnd Trains Dally Tbi Fljir 0
AndTbs hit Mall. - U
Up to date Equipment
'Daylight Trip across tbtasoadt and
1 Dni.lw IfAiiatafaai
For TIckutM, llateM, Koldent nnd
Full Inlorinatlon, Call on or addrtwi,
II. DICKSON, 0. T. A.
122 3d St., Portland Or.
8. 0. YKKKK8., A. U. P. A.
Cor lit Avenno ami VcilorWay, Haattta Waah
Wo Klvo oxK-dlied wrvlce on freight.
Itouto your HlilninentH via Orcot
Northurn. Kull In formation from
Wm. IIaiiiikh. (lent, ArwiL