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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1905)
Tor over sixty years doctors
have endorsed Aycr's Cherry
Pectoral for coughs, colds,
weak lungs, bronchitis, con
sumption. You can trust a
medicine the best doctors ap
time you have a hard cough.
" I h1 an awful riih for ner tear, and
nMMti mt to itn ma an? . I irl.d
A jar's ( h.rt. paaliiml n1 u (mm eared.
I rwiimniancl II ( all bit frlai.ili al,.n..r
ihmr l.a. a rotiaU." - Miaa M. Matlaa,
WahUiUin, I), :,
Madabf J. D. Af Oo, I.oa.,,Ma
Pil l I.
Avvr'a Pills keep the bowel regular.
aii vegoxaDie ana eniiy laiativ.
Hlmllar, tut lttrrnt.
Wlf Why, George, I'm urprld
tint jruu hould poiiil $5 for hal!
ilualtanil Hub! That' nothing. You
pa ll $U for your.
V if I naTiT dlil anything of tba
kind. I bad It charged to jrou.
rnl Hperlall Interealeri.
"My dear girl, do you think It la
right to let thm young man spend so
much money on you 7"
"Why not? I have no Intention of
inn Try I uk hi in."
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w rtla at oiira fur partioularaaiid Urnn if you ntfiiilon
thla iaiar an4 ad rnia in atampa, to rnr ataif,
1 will ttinttrua our cloth ImiuhcI. am) biM.ti. 1 ha
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1 ota No auulla arc u tod at I'ortland afur ftVpt. I at.
Cuiri Cholcia, Roup
and other diiratca.
Il Htlpa hrm i oy and
m.kri chic ka grow.
nt. 2S tad 50c; Pall. $U
Fruiilaa Urmtdjr C. Si. Paul
THE BIST Th ''""'n I'oultry rootlaud Lira
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W. MlMIKJllN, Hlllyant Hull.
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AWM&xwy vMvrtlcv scdAm itfais .w a?'
Ta-4 about yar alinnli'iir coticarta.
their furhalowa and frllla,
An yar rarltala an' yer prodllea, with
their unarar an' tbrlr trllla
Wbr, far ral aoul-atlrrlng utualc, I'd
bar you undaratand,
'l liaaa naw faulad duln'a ain't a patch on
our old Malnerilla a Hud.
That 'era hand baa a hlatory. Way bark
It march ad away with hannera gay to
cheer the Itoya in Hlue.
An' when th war waa over and back
they'd coma to atay
Thera wam't aa many, not hy half, aa
wbeu they tmirched away.
Ho wa allxiat bad to maka the hull thing
orer. ao to apeak,
Alt' wa gathered In the arhool bouaa fer
to prartlre I wire a week;
An' wa'd pnrade on Iiecoratlon Day,
when 'twaa hot enough to brlla
Hut wa didn't car, when tba woman
fulka 'ud aim their bauda and
.lohn ClIntoD waa the lender (ha waa
Mayor of Mnlnavllle, too),
An' ef you'd a hit of talent, why, he'd
get il out o' you;
An' there una Tufla an' Ktevrna, ICaat-
innn. (iilky, Owena, Hhawan,
I.eKKe and ('nln,
Uwluell ninl HhiehU (tia tulm player),
!erelrua. Witham aud MctMain.
Of courae there'a Iota of othera, their
aona and their grandaoiia
In all inorv'n three hundred but them
are the oldeat ouea
That did the orxiuiiilii'; hut Death'a da-
Ilaa only apnred three fellera from that
firat old Mnluvrilla Hand.
Au' then our great baud wagglu 'twaa
the reKulntlon kind
With the driver'a aeat high up In front
an' the druuuiier'a up behind.
An' t'other aeata eloped grujerly, aud
well. I'll rxplntii to you
Hy any iu they renembled Jeat a great,
big, ahuller I'.
'Twaa hullt right here In Malnerilla, an'
the blnrkaiiilth hoaaed the job
Ilia aurnnuie allp my inein'ry, but hla
given name waa Hub
An' old "Daddy" Hteartia ha made the
wheela. ao powerful, atrong and fit
That, thou' five and forty yeara have
paaaed, they're atrong and atlddy
runnlu' gear waa yaller, but the
waggln It waa red,
feather plumea, red, white and blue,
adorned each horae'a bead.
with Hi em ail horaea pranrln' with
all their might and main,
liich an Inapiriu apectacle 1 11 never aea
They atiharrlhed alt hundred dollar far
to fli on that old band,
Hut the bulldin' didn't coat much, fer
the hull town took a hand.
Aa' the Hquire an' the Mayor'd com In
whenever work waa alack,
An' tlia Uilnlater 'ud often doff hla coat
aa' take a whack.
Wa played our firat engagement In the
year of fifty-nine,
Down to Mnaon, on July th Fourth, th
weather It waa fine.
An' aa we atarted play In', with th drum
That 'er part of Warren county wa a
credit to th map.
Onc't a week w gave a concert ao tba
Malnevllle folk could hear,
An' w made a heap o' money at engage
ment fur an' near.
Hut at night when borne returnlo' we'd
wake our kltb an' kin,
Ao' roue the leeplu' cchoe with th
atralna of "Home Agin."
Well, th hand got fnmoua they wa
To play at relehrntlona, air, an' at the
An' at Lebanon an' Wilmington, an' aa
fur aa Morrowtown,
In fact from aeveral couutiea did glowln'
Hut now the organization that waa once
tb clty'a pride
la bunted up, an' all the boy are acat-
tered fur and wide.
On'a In the Leglalatur, and one'a an
An' one In Congreaa represent thla dee-
trlct of th State.
An' now the old hand waggln, with all Its
Like a faded apecter of the paat It atands
In Htephen'a ahed.
An' aomutimea when children play In It,
It heave a creaky sigh,
Aa If longln' for It crotilei, and the days
that have gone by.
Hut. like th old band waggln', I am
ahnky now and old,
An' I cal'late aoon to take a trip where
all the atreets are gold.
Hut I feel aur that aomu old comrade
will graap m by the hand
An,' ay. " 'Member how we used to play
In that Old Malnevill Hand?"
8t. Louie Chronicle.
- "S. S. S. for the blood" Las rrown to fce a
household Baying. When the blood is out of order, or
aata . . 4 a..aM MM A t. I A 1 a. f a. A .av .a
ICnlnkar U'l, A it a ncv,w ucHiujciuiium tausc, tuis K'iit I cm CUV 15 iuc I1TBI lUOUZDl OI
T...r in, , r f nd..UBC.d of people all over the country, because It is .uperior
, t .7 . ;. 10 au otner L-iooa punners, it is a i
,wf to twice
No. 32-1 90S
EN wrltlnar to dvertl(ar
mention tul paper.
PLANTS BY AR UNCIAL LIGHT.
It hAf been known for some time
that plant Ufa It affected favorably by
electric light, and now It appear that
acetylene gna light
ctr In a similar
manner. Bomo In
inent In thla direc
tion hava recently
been conducted by
Mr. M. J. Jorna of
al College, with
vVevp. atrlklng r e a u lta.
rAXrnT rianta exposed dur
TVHi5the nlirht fo tha 11-
jft-AAct'tyli'iie gna grew
e the aire
left to the
nursing of the aun
only, and vege-
tnhlcs uttnlned dl-
iiieiisloiw double tnose wnlcn were
unassisted In the matter of illumina
tion. The accompanying Illustration
hows very clearly the dlfferenca in
growth made by plants under the two
different conditions. The plant lu
bloom was stimulated by acetylene
gas at night, while the less matured
one depended on sunlight only.
The experiments were curried on
through three months In a hothouse.
This house was divided Into two parts
by a curtain. This curtain was hung
In such a way that each half of tha
house received the same Illumination
from tho sun. The boils on each side
11-. tll... ..... I.. .Ian
wei'O exactly llliae, uii imij in amo,
but In location and contents. If a Illy
was planted lu a certuln part of A bed
on one sldo, another of the tame spe
ojca and age was set out In the same
part of the corresponding bed on tha
other. An eguipmoni consisting or
twelve 85-candle power acetylene
lamps was erected on one side of the
ml HA III. Ordinary tin reflectors over
each light threw tbelr rajs downward
upon the soil. The lights were run
whenever It was dark, the length of
time ranging from nine to fourteen
hours, according to the period of day
light The soil, temperature aud
amount of mixture were t nearlj the
same on each sldo of the curtain as It
was possible to make them.
The plants ou the acetylene side In
many Instances matured twice as fast
as those on the other side of the parti
tlon. Kadlshes, onions and severs
other kinds of plants which develop
their edible parts below the surface of
tha ground were found to have pur
sued their usual course, except that
they grew twice as fast as those not
placed under the Influence of the
TOO MUCH ATHLETICS.
Tennis and Pprlntina; Apt to Induce
Weukueaa of tba Heart.
Prof. James, of the University of II
Unols, says that an investigation of
some years has convinced him that
much evil has re
suited from college
to . tha Boston
no nuns, Dring on
number of ills, of
which the worst
and moat common
Is weakness of the
heart, that, devel
oping with matur
lty, uunts the victim for continued etll
clout effort lu business, aud eventually
carries him off before his time.
Sprinting and tenuis he-believes to
be the two sports which work the most
havoc with the heart.
Oliver Wendell Holmes said that a
condition which often promoted long
life was prudently poor health at an
early age. lie meauta by this that a
man, like President Itoosevelt we
might say in our own time, who in hja
youth had to husband his strength,
and by slow and careful process de
velop tha good health that he lacked,
would be more likely to escape th
dangers of overexertion, in which ths
careless giant was tempted to indulge.
BUU, given strength aud good health
in the beginning, moderate exercise of
one's powers cannot fail to be a source
of renewed strength as well as of
It so. New York Hun.
Iluslneas. "Ifow much
got Hilly r "Kotirpence."
twopence. jt's put it together snd
go halves.'" Punch.
"They any there's no chance for the
rich In the next world." "That's prob
sbly the reason they're getting most
everything here.'" Detroit Free Press.
Mr. Uoodley Hrr sgf really sur
prised me. 8he doesn't look 28, does
she? Mr. Hnappe Not now; but I
suppose she did at one time. Philadel
Nell Homebody told me to-day that
I was handsome. Hell When was
that? Nell To-day. Belle No; I
mean when were you handsome. Phil
An unknown commodity: Rachel
Vader! Cohen Yah. Kaehel I vant
some spending money. Cohen Spend
ing money? Vat kind of monev ia
dot? Town Topics.
Teacher What great difficulty was
Demosthenes compelled to surmount
before he became an orator? Hoffmore
He had to lenrn how to talk Greek.
Khe When should a young widow
discard her weeds? He Oh. I don't
know, but I suppose she should cut
them Just as soon as she wants to
raise a second crop of orange blos
soms. Baltimore Herald.
Mother Oh. you bad loy. Dirty
hands again! I'm afraid you're a
hopeless case. Tommy (eagerly) Oh,
mal doe "hopeless" mean you're go
ing to give up talkln" about it? Phil
An absent-minded butcher was ask
ed by a young mother to weigh her
baby. He put the little one on the
scales, and. glancing at the dial, re
marked: "Just nine pounds, bones and
all. Shall I remove the bones?" Er
An Oklahoma man has discovered
that there were department stores in
ancient Hebrew days. He Quotes the
fourteenth verse in the fourteenth
chapter of Job: "All my appointed
time will I wait, till my change come."
"Oh, doctor," exclaimed a rheumatic
patient "I suffer dreadfully with my
hands and feet." "But my dear sir,"
rejoined the physician, "Just try to
think how much Inconvenience you
would suffer without them." Loudon
I understand," began the large,
scrappy -looking ward politician, "dat
youse had a piece in your paper callln
me a thief." "You have been misln
formed, sir," said the editor, calmly;
this paper publishes only news."
"Whars tho matter?" asked the op
timist; "I thought your uncle had left
you $100,000?" "He did." replied the
pessimist "but confound it he pro
vides in hla will that I've got to use
$150 of it to buy him a tombstone."
Chicago Record-Hera Id.
hy do so many actors insist on
playing Shakespeare?" "I suspect,"
answered Mr. Stormlngton Barnes,
"that it's because they can take all the
credit if they succeed, and blame the
public's lack of literary taste if they
fall." Washington Star.
She I'm glad we went. It was an
excellent performance and for such a
charitable purpose. Her Husband
Yes. Indeed! We all feel a thrill of
satisfaction when we do something
for charity and get the worth of our
money at the sume time. London Tit-
Patient Great Scott! Doctor, that's
an awful bill for one week's treatment!
Physician My dear fellow, if you
knew what an interesting case yours
was, and how strongly I was tempted
to let it go to a post-morteni, you
wouldn't grumble at a bill three times
as big as this. Chicago Tribune.
"If yoh husbnh' beats you, mebbe
you kin hab blm sent to lie whlppln
pos'," said Mrs. Potomac Jacksou. "If
my husban' ever beats mo," said Mrs.
Tolllver Grapevine, "dey kin send him
to do whlpplu'-pos' if dey wants to.
But dey'll have to wait till he gits
out'n de hospital." Washington Star.
A Southern planter was asking one
of his colored servants about her wed
ding. "Yes, suh," she said, "It was
Jes' the finest weddln' you ever see
six bridesmaids, flowers everywhere,
hundreds of guests, music, au' er heap
er praylu'." "Indeed, commented her
master. "And 1 suppose Sambo look
ed as handsome as any of them." An
embarrassed pause. " ell, no not
xnetly, suh. Would yer believe it, dut
fool nigger neber shower up!"
A farm laborerwas working In a
field by the roadside one cold day,
wheu ' u clergyman came along tha
road and stopped to speak to him.
Plenty of work for you this weather,
John?" he called out. "Ah!" said John,
I dou't know wheu I don't have work,
no matter wnai weamer comes."
That's hard, John," said the clergy
man; "but wult till you get to the place
of rest, then you will have no work to
do." "Humph!" grumbled John, "you
needn't tell me! They'll find a Job for
John, never fear! It will be: 'Now,
Johu, polish up the sun!' 'John, you
might hang out the stars!' 'John, be
quick, now and light up the inoonl
No no, parson, there ain't no place of
rest for John."
purifiers. It 1.1 a purely vegetable remedy, and while it
penetrates the circulation and forces out all poison and morbid matter, it
hav you also builds tip the entire system by its fine tonic effect. During the win
"I've got ' ter months the natural ave- . , , . . . . ,
'a r.f . ilC .ivr.ll IIIIUUI. UIUUU IIIU E.linil
l,. alil A .1, Za run-lown condition of the system. .1 haefnoap.
become dull and weak and waa loaino; flesh, and an all-gone tired feek
failed to perform their full ng tin made me miserable. I began the use of
duty, the blood haa been slug- S. S. S. and my blood waa restored to its afor
gisu and an extra amount mal, healthy condition. My appetite returned, I
of poisons and waste mat- increased In weight, that "tired feeling" left and
tera have accumulated in I Kin myself.
the system and been ab- Columbus, Ohio. Victo STOBBiifS,
orbed by it. With the com- Cor. Barthman and Washington Avea.
ing of Spring and warm weather the blood is aroused and stirred to quicker
action and in its effort to throw off these acids and poisons the skin suf
fers. Boils, pimples, blotches, rashes and eruptions break out and con
tinue until the blood is cleansed and made pure. S. S. S. is the ideal remedy
for this condition; it clears the blood of all impurities, makes it rich and
strong and these pkin troubles pass away. Rheumatism, Catarrh, Chronic
Sores and Ulcers, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Poison and all other diseases
of the blood are cured by S. S. S. Book on the blood and any advice de
sired, tree ox charge.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., A TLANTA, CAs
Th Old Dinner TtelL
There's music in th lowin' of th cattle
on th hill,
An' in the lazy laughter of th waterfall
In the aingin' of th bluebird an' th
huminln' of tb bee,
An' the ole woodpecker peckln' on tb
holler sugar tree.
There's music in th blossom an' the
clear blue of the ky.
In th sereamin' of the chicken hawk
a-circlin' 'way up high;
But the sweetest songs of Juna tim
ain't nowhere near a smell
To the music 'long at nooutim of th
old dinner bell.
When plowin' in the distant field, clean
out o' sight o' home,
A-wishin', too, with all your heart that
dinner time would come.
You watch the furrie atretch away
aroun' the lower bend,
An' potter 'round a bit before you start
for t'other end.
An' you bend your head an' listen to
ketch the welcome sound,
An' calculate it'a put nigh noon by ahad-
dera on tb ground,
When through the hazy atmosphere,
your longin' to dispel.
Come the fur-off ailv'ry music of the
ole dinner bell.
When the harvest day is over an' the
toilers' work is done.
Over wavln' corn an' clover tinted by the
Low an' sweet the distant music of the
ole bell floats along;
Borne upon the evenin breezes, mingled j
HICK-a. broker and J arte.
A prominent New York stockbroker
says: "The newspapers do not gfct
wind of even a small fraction of tho
suits brought against brokers because
of misunderstandings between us and
our customers. Ninety-nine custom
ers out of every hundred think we rob
them when they lose their money in
the market and give us no credit when
they win. We do our hardest to settle
all suits out of court, for there Is not
a Jury on earth that will find a verdict
for a stock broker. Why? Simply be
cause every Juror has been scorched
now and then in the mar&et and holds
a grudge against all brokers." New:
To Break In New Shoes.
Always shake in Allen' Foot-Eae, a powder.
It cures hot, aweating, aching, awollen feet,
t'nrea corns, ingrowing nail and bunion. At
all druKriats and urioe atorea, 2.V fnn't accept
any aubatitute. Sample mailed FREE. Addrea
Allen S. Olmsted, 1 Roy, N. Y.
with th reapers aong.
An' you look acrost the medder, past the
ole crick windin' through.
Where the ringer sweet is waitin' with
a welcome tber lor you
Oh, there ain't no joy of summer that
can strike you quit o well
As the ringin', when you'r hungry, of
the ole dinner belL
Railroad Traveling In Blalnm.
Railway travel Is cheap in Belgium,
according to a report received at the
State Department from United States
Consul McNally at Liege. He says
that the Belgian state railway sells
tickets on a time basis which enables
the holder to travel continuously, if
desired, for the period stated on the
ticket, within the limits of the country.
For instance, a five-day ticket will cost
$3.Sfl, aud a fifteen-day ticket, $7.72.
During the life of one of these tickets
it serves as a pass, and it Is only neces
sary to show it upon request. The
above rates refer to second class only.
All that is required to obtain these
tickets is to present at the office an
unmounted photograph of small size,
which is attached to the ticket as a
means of identification.
He Certainly Did.
En peck Green eloped with Brown's
wife yesterday, I understand.
Mrs. Lnpeck Why. I thought Green
was Brown's beat friend.
Enpeck Well, didn't he prov it J
Nothing more detestable doe the earth
produce than an ungrateful man. An-
An Eaey foD.
Big Chief Scared-of-His-Job had met
with an accident while scouring th
plains and it was necessary for the army
surgeon to amputate bis leg. After a
time the missing limb was replaced by
a wooden one, and meeting him later th
"How do you like your wooden leg, old
"Ugh!" responded Scared-of-His-Job.
"Injun likum heap much. Injun likum
you makum all wood."
"Make you all wood?" queried the M.
D. in surprise. "What for?"
"Injun make heap money then," an
swered the noble red man. "Getum job
tstandum in front of cigar store. Ugh!"
Permanently Cored. I5o flteor nervoosneaa
after first dav'a dh nf Tr Kiitiaijrt vAn.
nesiorrr. miw ror rree )2 Irlal bonleand treatise,
iir. H. H. JUloe, Ltd., 31 A rch bu. Philadelphia, Pa.
The Same Boat.
Bas Charlie, will you tell me what
time It Is? I've left my watch at my,
Charle Awfully sorry, but I can't
I've left mine at my uncle s. Detroit
Source of Bupplie.
"William," said the minister' wife,
"if you want me to repair your trousers
you'll have to go down town and get
"Never mind, my dear: let it go till
next week," replied the good man. "I'm
going to take up a collection for th
benefit of the heathen Suuday."
Mothers will And Mr. Wlnaiow'a Boo thin t
Syrup the bent remedy to use for their children
during th teething period.
"Now that I have sold you a policy,"
said the Insurance agent. "I will make
you an Interesting proposition. Give
me some letters of Introduction to peo
ple you know and I will give you half
my commission on every one of them
I la ad."
"My dear man!" cried the new pol
icy holder, "I haven't an enemy on
earth!" Newark News.
Wit, when we amateurs engage la It
la sometimes pretty ghastly.
ln.d You Have Always ltought has borno the sitrna-
oi lyiias. II. X' letcncr. and Jina in ih.kIa iinl..r- uia
personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one
to deceive you in this. nounterfVifM. Tiki 1 1 n t rn a nnl
Just-a9-grod" are hut Experiments, and endanirer the,
health of Children Hxperienee against Experiment.
What is CASTOR I A
Castoriu is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
ftorie, Drops and Soothing- Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
Miosiance. its are is us guarantee. It destroys Worm
and allays Feverisliness. Jt cures Diarrhoea, and AViud
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and ! la talent-v. It assimilates tho Pond, reii-nlnt.. tii
Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural bleep.
The Children's Pauaceu The Mother's Prieud.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
JJears the Signature of
r m laiirarnr
In Use For Over 30 Years.