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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1905)
BOHUMIA NUCK1LT MJBUSMINU
Make til check paynMn to Nugget l'ub. ft.
Knlorod at the twmtomee at Colt Urov,
Oregon mi aconl cls mail matter.
sri'SCIU l'TION ItATKS.
inontliM fl OO
1 vpiir M
IS month t2M
If paid in advance.
Tho Bohemia NnsKvt one year
vlth nnv one of the following nub
Mentions one vonr for nmount not
I'acllie Mont lily J'- OO
Weeklv Oreiroiilan (Cortland) J.."0
Work Iv .loiirnal ( Portland) $-.00
THIS I'AI'KR ikeit on Aleut K. Irak't
AilviTllnlnif Agency, fc ami to Merchant Ki
CbiiK, Snn Kmni'iM'o, California, when; Con
raota lor advertising pan be mada (or It.
Wednesday, Ai gist 9, 1905
It certaiulj looks like there ehoul J
be some law to prevent such accidents
as that which happened at Portland
Sunday. All Units, no matter what
size should have some kind of life
preservers on board all the time
where they could be readily gotten
We note that the city council of
St. Johns is taking up the matter
of getting the Oregon Sienna Taint
Co. located just a couple of miles
from Walker JStation, to establish a
factory at that point. Where is
the council of Cottage Grove while
this is going on, are they going to
let St. JohDs tale away from our
immediate vicinity this industry?
Isn't our council awake?
near the .summit of the Calapooia
Mountains eathcred in to help mm
celebrate the 75th mile stone of his
nee. His faithful wife gave them a
fine dinner to which all did justice.
The afternoon was spent 111 games
and music and in tho evening al
left for thoir homes considering that
the day had been well spent in try
ing to cheer an aged couple on their
journey through life.
Mr. Gardner was raised in New
York State, married at the age of
kx in Mass. l'art of his life was
spent in California aud in 188.1 ho
came to uregon ana uug otu
comfortable home among the fir trees
Mr. Gardner has seen the side of
lite, sailed in the northcru seas to
catch the whale, sailed arouud Cape
Horn twice as mate of a vessel with
a Spanish and Portugese crew, and
has herded Chinese in California.
Those that are best acquainted
with him know that he has a heart
that is warm and generous to a fault.
He is a Roval Arch Mason, knight
of Pythias, Odd Fellow and believes
in the brother hood of man and the
father hood of God.
Commercial Club is
value not only to
Cottage Grove, but
done by the
the town o
to the whole
region about here. It is unfortunate"
for the community that there are
people who do not believe in prog
ress, that there are those who instead
of being willing to help and encour
age the Commercial Club in their
efforts to build up Cottage Grove
and vicinity, try to do all they can
to down their work and prevent
them from making a success of their
Every man in the town should be
a member, and be willing to go down
in their pockets as the members do
to help push things, but the men
that have plenty of means are the
men that keep out of the club and
say we cannot afford to be members
but we are glad to stay outside and
profit by anything you can do to
help the town as long as it costs us
The fact that the Commercial
Club has within the short time of
two weeks after starting its efforts for
a smelter, had two offers for the es
tablishment of a smelter looks good
to the miners, and the community
in general. There are very few
people in this whole country but
that vrould be glad to make a sub
scription towards the establishment
of a smelter for the Bohemia ores,
as nearly everyone either has some
direct interest in the mines, or
would receive indirect benefit
through the increased trade.
Cottage Grove and the Bohemia
District are both bound to grow .
Even' district has its years of ups
and downs: some times we feel that
we have been in the grasp of the
downward condition, but it cer
tainly looks as though that time
was about over and as though
things were beginning to pick up.
We have gotten our creamery estab
lished and it will begin to operate
very soon. We have a lumber deal
on which will in all probability go
through very soon, and whether
this particular deal does, or does
not materialize, others will come
and that soon, they are bound to
do so for conditions warrant them.
It looks very much as though we
would get a smelter. If we do the
mines will all pick up when the
mines can begin to get a little rev
enue from their work instead of all
outlay, whether dividends are able
to be declared or not for some time,
things will grow better, men will
have more heart to invest, and more
of a reasonable certainty of getting
their money out.
The fact of the establishment of
the road from Drain to Coos Bay
should be of great benefit to Cottage
Grove and Bohemia. It will give
us quicker access to the sea, to the
coal fields at the coast, and without
doubt souewhat cheaper rates. It
will make the freight charges on
coal and coke much less so that a
smelter could be run at much less
expense. With these thiugs before
us, every man and woman, should
be only too willing and glad to lend
a helping hand in this direction.
On the 31st of July some friends
pfTboB, M. Gardner, who resides
The guests at the Springs are en
joying the cooler weather now.
Mr. Newt Jones of Cottage Grove
visited at the Springs today.
Mrs J. A. Powell and children re
turned from Eugene yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chambers are ex
pected to arrive at the Springs to-
dav. Their daughter Miss Minnie
has been here for sometime-
Mr. Robert Martin the new fire
warden is in our vicinity now.
Mr. T. M. Hunt is expocted to
arrive today to visit his wife who
has been at the Springs for the past
The Hotel arrivals for this week
are; R. Porteus. J. M. Wallace, A.
J. Lug. J. A. Baker, Black Butte:
Mrs. Mary J. White, Mrs Mar. F.
White. Harry Parker, Mr. and Mrs.
II. S. Webber. Cottage Giove: Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Thackrah, Rose
burg: Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Neai,
Dr. Bartle an i little daughter
Helen returned to Eugene the first
part of the week.
Mr. Van Allison returned homo
to Cottage Grovo Tuesday after a
few days visit with his wile and
Miss Dennis is visitiug her sister
anb brother Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Dennis at Black Butte.
Mr. Johnson of Nez Perce Idaho
is visiting at the Spsings. This is
his first visit here for twenty eight
On Tuesday of this week Judge
and Mrs J. C. Fullerton of Roseburg
who with their family are now guests
at tne jonaon .Mineral springs en
tertained a party of their friends
lne invited guests were. Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Thackrah, Mr. and Mrs
H. S. Webber, Mr. and Mrs. II. t
Neal, Mr. and Miss Madison. Al
present enjoyed the day very much
A Sensible Move.
Have lorn Awbrey write you up
a policy on your home and furni
ture in the Oregon Fire Belief As
sociation, or your stock of goods in
the iLtna Insurance Company.
a mrrsn of health
HAS 110 SUBSTITUTE
For Particular People
You will find
' IIim-o that
suit ( want
tlo not handle, and, i! von have lieen hard 16
guarded. A rigid hrtgun ipnn
tino is in force at Tefferso 11 - nhh
Officer Tabor this morning eni'liUi-
cally stated that there was m a
case of vellow fever in Te.: e.
Chase & Sanborn's High Grade Coffees
Xo other kind coinparos with them.
Wi: AKIv SOU) Ali I; NTS.
Renders the bile more fluid and thus
helps the blood to flow; it affords
prompt relief from biliousness, lndi
gestion, sick and nervous headaches
and over-iridultft-'nce in food and drink
U. I j. Cuhlwell.Atft. M. K. and M. K
It., Cheeotah, Inp. 'Jer., writes. April
18, I'm: " 1 wan sick for over two
years with enlargement of the liver
and s peon, lne doctors did me no
good, and I had given up all hone of
being curoil, when my druggist ad
vised me to use llerbinc. It has made
me sound and well." JiOc. Lor Hale at
The Modern Pharmacy.
Rigid Quarantine Is Enforced.
X: w Orleans, Aug. 7. Dr. J. Mr,
1 ne of the marine hospital service
assumed absolute control of the
health situation today, with military
power. He has divided the city
into wards, each of which is placed
in charge of an experienced eur
geon of the marine hospital service,
who has absolute control of the
locality. All of them are officers
who have had experience dealing
with yellow fever epidemic.
The citizens of Xew Orleans have
pledged themselves to put up $230,-
UUU to defray the cost of labor and
material needed by the marine hos
pital service outsido of its own
Captain E. C. Chayter of the
revenue cutter Winona has received
instructions from Secretary Shaw
commending his actions in enforcing
the quarantine and promising addi
Archbishop Chappelle u very sick.
The first negro victim was reported
A suspicious case of fever is re
ported north of Fort Worth, Texas,
lne- victim is an Armour represent
ative from Monroe, Louisiana. The
man is carefully screened and
lr. tianlu in titlll holding forth at
the Hotel Nineede, Lugoiie, and mak- 1
Ing now cures daily. A few selected
from hundreds we give llov:
r.. I . hedford, Saginaw, Or, deaf
ness : cured.
James F. Amis, :t'.M; West Seventh
street, Eugene, deafness, euied.
II. S Tilton. Pleasant Illtl. Ore..
deafness and noises in head; enied.
J. E. Orford. Itn.wiisvill. Or.,
dec f ties ; restored to perfect hearing.
.ilss Anna Anderson. linlTiii.in
House. Eugene, deafness and catarrali
.1. E. Montgomery's hoy, I'.Imira.
Or., discharging ears and deafness;
Mrs. l.ouis Eenninger, Maivui.i,
Or., catarrhal deafness, noises la head;
Axel E. Nelson. Springfield, Or.,
heart and stomach trouble, flatulen
cy ; restored.
Mrs. Ed Crawford, Springfield. Or.,
stomach trouUe and w eak heait and
crumps; restored to health.
Vm. Kuth, 117 Washington street,
Eugene, Or. almost total deafness and
ringing noises in hea l; cured.
Mrs. O. M. Strand, llarrlsburg. Or; j
ecxema of the face and earn, discha rg-
Ing oars and deafness; cured by I r. ,
Darrin in one month. j
J, A. Llndsey, news agent on theS.
P. U.K., residence Mt. Tabor, Ore-
gon ; consumption, bronchitis and ca- j
tarrh: cured and gained tifteen
pounds 15 yearn ago. !
Mr. and Mrs. Heury Hampton idt
South Willamottcstreet, Eugene; the
former cured of catarrh and Mrs.
Hampton of puln iu Hide, heart and
Ernest Khodei, Pendleton, Or., kid
ney trouble and diabetes. Ho had to
Jelleve Ida bladder hourly, day and
night, all hid life; cured in seven
months by Dr. Parriu.
Mrs. Jane Eyons, of Walton, Or.,
now with her son. Chan. Lyons, at
2U3 East Fifteenth street, Eugene,
cough :!0 years, bronchitis, loss of
sleep, pain in back; restored.
D.J. Graham's child, Springfield,
Or., painfully afflicted with granu
lated conjunctlvltus, complicated,
with ulcers of the eyeballs for nine
months; curod years ago by lr. Har-1
U. I,. Jennings, 4:i." Willametto str. i
Eugene, writes his wife's mother,
Mrs. J. II. luwall, of Irving, Ore.
was cured 15 years ago by i)r. Par
riu in Portland of dy.-pep- i.i an I
liver complaint. Mr. Jennings U mp
idiy recovering from same tiui!.
Scores of o tliers might be iiK-nli.j.ie.l
but space will not permit.
Those desiring treatment will do
well to go at once as many 11 o I in iv
than one treatment and the dojtoi'.s
time is limited to Oct. 1.
PACIFIC TIMBER CO.
eakin nasmw la iiduv.
s. mi em:
MILNE & ATKINSON
Tim! ki- Lands
.Mi iK-s ami .Mi
Tlirltcst tmrilv I can prnl for your In-
iliKctioti, ili.u! imi. .It'f-n August Howrr.
I k n'v 1 'I x v r . 1 1 ithi t h m.-mii who jrc-mtiIk.-
it rr;tl :i Iv. "
IIndi;ostiori i-; making an invfnl rrcoril
ns n raitM- of sm ! death-.. It is K-nt-inr
ln ai t f.ttl'iro in its liasttv harvest.
(JVoii read in tin- p.ipcts d ailv of appar
trlitlv hr.ilthv an. I i -n icilnisi j 1 1 n I.viiil
fil I'll 11 1 v ;itt.ii'l.cd n i'Ji arutc I miic .t n !
after ctlj.A iv..; a lie i t v meal, and tin ii
dii'v! 'I' m.oiv cases Ih fore a phv-iiiai
Could I c called ill.
JThis should be a warning to von !u
BiitTer w illi regular or ja-riodieai ntt.u k'
of indigestion. If these unfortunate vic
tims of acute iiuli v,e-tioti had tiVrn l1
small dose of On eu s August I'lo wt r !
fore or after their meals they woul I not
have fallen a prey to such sudden seizures.
I nnust I'lmvr pteveiits in.likM'sti.ui 1
creating 1 .li.:e-tioii. It also regulate
lac liver, purities t!ie Mooi atui tones uj
the entire system m a natural uav.
J'I wo sizes, 2.sc an 1 75 AH druggists
A choice list
oi'i'ii'i: is oitu uoi si: m ii. his
I'oiintry and Tintln i Eand:i for sale.
in t!ii dilTerent purls of lln city,
licut collected for nou-rusidctits.
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Subscribe lor the Nugget.
itcgist ration of Eand Title
I N TIIK
1 II' o.v.
NOTICE TO COXTItACI'OIIS
Notice is hereby given that tho Eane
County C'ommis douers Court will re
ceive sealed bids for the furnishing
and construction of a bridge across
the Coast 1'ork of the Willamette
rlv? r about two and one-fourth miles
south of Cottage drove. Said budge
to conwist of tt covered truss span
feet lung with t4 feet of approach at
each end. The tiinlor and material
used In said bridge will be delivered
free upon tho ground, the i ontractor
paying tho costs of timber and ma
terial only, with the exception of thr
niuin upper and lower cord sticks,
which will bo furnished upon the
ground free of costs.
Sahl bridge to he constructed in
uccoi dance with the plans and f.peci
ticutloin now on file In the Clerk's
Said bridge to be completed on or
lx'fore the 15th day of October l!)05.
Each bid must be accompanied with
a certified ( heck in a sum of at least
five per cent of amount of bid. The
bids to 1m; opened on the L'lth day of
August at two o clock p. m. 1 he
Court reserves the right to reject any
ami all bids.
Ily order of the Court this -1th day
of August 1!K)5.
TIIK ( ll'.i l 'IT ('oi l!!- oK TIIK STATK
.'i hi. for I ho I mint v of I .am'
Ii in. ill r of Hie ai'i'liciii inn n( Fn-il
t . I ami Murv K. t ole lo r-i; I si.-r ilu
I ! a ihe sUmi liwi si 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 .il miii! he. t
I ".ar L" ami "inilli'-nst fmu til o Sou i Ii w ct
' in i ('. f if feel ion 31 111 IomiikIi i i '.'il .Soli! It,
I i.i I;-;.' .1 West of warm lin-i nlnin
I A-t'i ir M. Siiyre. 'I I n 1.. sayre. Kussel
K S y 0, MhhkIi: U. Siiyro. Maii'l K. snyr.',
! : r.. I.i"; lonlioi ail-l nil u lioin il may ciin-
I e;-ii Iii liilKlnillH
In ll W liom r. Mav ( niieerii :
la..; notii'u. 1 1 1 1. L on 111-: '"ith 'lav of .111 no
. I I io . mi iipplii'iilliiti whh iiltj'l liv alil Ki"l
ill Col Kill Mary K. (o in I he ( In'Uit I'mirt
i hi Line 1 iiiiniv lor i it i t in 1 ri'k'ihlriilioii of tli
! 1 lei th" lamt iiliow il".er ilel . Now u n
i h i r cfM'iir im or iM-fiirc 1 ho 11 Ii ilny nf A iikukI
A. I. I Ht i ii ml slinw i-iiuse m h' such tiiilii'iili'iii
; Stllll! 119' I'll '.Tllllleil, till! Hllllli' Will lie tukull US
I eon us t'i aii'l ii 'leeree ill ln inilero'I Ui'ior'l-
ini; to Hit pm yer ol llm aiileaiioii uiel you
will In- Ion ht Imireil from u i-piiunv! i liu H.uiie.
t. ii. i.i'.f.,
kKM. 1 -I -"' t lurk.
EOKCEI) TOS'l'All E.
15. 1', Eei k, of Concord, K.y, says
"Eor U'O . years I suffered agonies, with
a sore on my upper lip, so painful,
sometimes, that I could not eat.
After vainly 1 1 ing everything else. I
cured it , with I Sue Men's Arnica Salue.'
I Ch great fori mriis, cuts and wounds ,
At lieiisoa's l'harm.iey. Only li.'c
SoiiiethliiK fur Your liastcrn Friends.
The l!Mr Issue of (he publication
"Oregon Washington nro Malio
ami Their llesoiirces," issued by tin
I'assenger lepa rt moat of I ho Oregon
liailroad it Na vigation ('ompii n.v, is
now ready for distribution. If you
have friends in the East w ho art; in
terested in the raciHc .Northwest, a
copy of this publication would boa
wclcomo visitor lo (heir homes. This
publication will be mailed to any
given address upon receipt of
cents In stamps to pay postage.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTU K.S.
Notice Is hereby given that the I.iuie County
oinminlonurK C ourt will receive neiiluil hlils
for the furn lulling ami coiiHlrnctlon of a lirl.lKo
ros the Coast tork ol tho W illainellu llivor
about two aud one-fourth iiiilen noutli of 'ot
tuuu Orovo. Hahl brlUno to eoiiHiHt of a eoversl
truss Mjiuu V teetloliK with (il fuel approach at
eacheii'l. The timber ami uialeriul unci in
all brlilge will be delivereil free upon the
gmuiul, the Coutruetor pnyiuK the corns of Um
ber aim maieriui oniy, Willi inu exeepvion oi
the main upper and lower conl ntlcks, which
will be furiilnhed upon ihewrouml free of eostn.
Said brlilue to be eonstructed 111 aceonlance
with the plitns ami vpecifleatioim now on ii lo
In tlie Clerk' ollice, xnid brlilno to be com
tileteU on or before the first day of October,
't he HI'ls to be oueiie'l tne :iru day oi aiiuuhi
at two o'clock I'. M. l'Juft. The Court reserven
the riKhl to reject any and all bids.
uyunierol mouuuriiuis iiiiuuy oi iiuiy,
t. U. J.KK.
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THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
rwAnr or imitation,
the omuiNi mimnto mlv mi
Ballard-Snow Liniment Co
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old aud recoiiimuudod by MoUoru i'Uartaaoy
Knowles & Gettys
Knowles & Gettys
at reasonable prices.
iVliners lools and Amunmons i
v'V'i .. '
Stoves iiiiil Tinware
Aiii'ieiilliii'al I ii(ileiici,ts
l'lr)vH, MowtTH ami KakcH. Sole acntH for the t'i'li'liralcij
A l''ull Sl.ock of Mining !-iiiiilli'N.
Piper M an uenburg
I'l nuc is akoi:si:i
Tin; publle n aroiiHcil to ii knowl-
eil''y of tlio curatlvo iiktIIh of Hint
Kii-at medical tonlr, lllci liic ISIIIith,
or Hick Htoinach, liver mid klduuvH.
Mary Jl. WalUiH, of niil, St. ruir
Ave. ColiiiiiluiH, (J., wiUch: "1'or
Hi'vcral montliH, I whh ivi u up to
die. J had fever and nuc, my nervca
wcrt! wii'cUcd: I could not Hlncp, ami
my Htoinach whh ho weak, from iihc
li'H.s doctorH' dniuH, that I fjiild not
at. Soon alter U'iiinin lo lake
:htti l; JUttcrri, 1 ohluini'd relief, and
In a blioit time I whh enlirelv cured,"
(.iiiarauteed at IIohhoh'h I'liannacy.
A TOUCilINt NTOKY
U tho wavliiK from death, of the bahy
KM oMieo. A. Il.vler, I 'uniliei land
Md. Ilowrilim: "At Iho ao f II
montliH, our littln n1r wan In declln
lu health, with hi-iIoiih Throat
Trouble, and two ili.VHk'laii!j K'avo her
up. We weroalmoHtliideHiialr, when
wo rcMolvcd to try Dr. KIii'h Now
JilHcovt-ry for couHiiiuptlon, CjiiuIih
and colds. The tlrtst liotllo k'ivi- ro
lit f; after taking four bot IIi-h hIio whh
cured, and Ih now In perfect health."
Mover TuHn to rcllove and euro acouh
or cold. At lleiiHon'H i'harinacy, ,ri0o
aud 1. guuruuteod. Trial bottlo frcn