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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1905)
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vlth anv one of the following pub
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Weekly OiYRonlan (Portland)
Weekly Journal ( Portland $-.W
mis FAI'KR U kept on HU al K. .'. Prako'n
Ailvi-rtlaiiift Aitoni-v. 64 an.l 65 Mrolianl hi
banirr. San Kriiiion, lnUluniia. lii'rv ecu
recti (or ailvertuuig fan tma,lo for it.
Wednesday, Sarti-MUKR 6. ido.s
Only Bit weeks more time before
the Lewis anil Clark Exposition
closes, as Oct. loth is the last ihiy.
W bate a gooil creamery parted
by a man that knows his business,
and that is ready to do a fair busi
ness. Why can't the fanners that
hare cream sell it, and make some
money, and the farmers that have
no cows, get soma and get ready to
do likewise. Now that we have a
good creamery let us show that we
appreciate it and patronize it.
The saying that ' gold is where
you find it" is one that admits of
no argument. Just where to find it
is the problem. Some of the miners
in Bohemia have ceriainly found it,
and now they waut to yet it out.
but cannot do so for lack of tmnn
portation and want of proper treat
ment facilities. If the railroad ran
closer to the mines, 60 that the
wagon haul was shorter, if it were
possible for a person to niako the
trip to camp and return in a reason
able time, conditions would be im
proved bo as to encourage investors
to look into the district. As it is it
takes too much time, for their time
Cottage Grove and its Relation to
London Mineral Springs
London Mineral Wate-i is becom
ing the favorite beverage in many
Cottage Grove homes. London
Springs is an industry among the
many that attract towards Cottage
Grove and contribute no rraall
patronage among the merchants.
Quietly, steadily and certainly
Cottage Grove is growing, some of
the residents murmur, they alwsys
did. Few merchants or industries
go away, some are coming, each
month and more are in sight.
One recently asked what sustained
the town.Some times from the quiet
of our streets, that question would
really seem reasonable from one
who is not familiar with the natural
and resourseful surroundings, and
industries tributary to our city.
Seldom you find our merchants
idle, box and package after package
are found in piles, or being put up
for transportation to the adjacent
sections, to the East, West, North
and South from whence comes the
greatest trade to many of our
successful merchants and manufac
turers. London Mineral Springs is
a most popular resort for health
and rest, and this has 1 C9n a burner
year for making iamons both the
resort and its waters. Manager
Levi Geer reports guests at his
hotel from manv Kastem States as
well as crowds of closer to home
health .seekers. Next to a mining
boom is the popular health resort to
draw the crowds, and send forth
the news of the "New Mecca Found' '
A car load of the London Springs
water was sold in two days in
Portland week before last. This
week a shipment was made to one
of the Mining Companies in Jioh
emia. The Nugget in addition to the
latest Mining News from liohemia.
Black Butte, Blue River will in the
next few weeks give much informa
tion in answer to the question what
makes Cottage Grove grow.
Cholera U Spreading.
Berlin, Sept. 4. It was officially
bulletined today that 66 cholera
cases and 23 deaths have occurred
in Prussia. 01 this number, ten
new cases and three deaths were re
ported up to noon today.
While anxiety is not yet the
word to describe the feeling of the
Imperial health officers, concern
over the cholera situation does ex
ist. Most of the new cases do not
break out among the quarantined
persons, but are suddenly heard of
in detached larm houses or villages
not contiguous to the Vistula.
Hence the inference is that infected
districts are widening slowly, and
the measures to hold the disease
strictly within the existing bound
aries have not been fully successful.
These measure, however, are
being sharply increased. Orders
were issued today to closo all the
refreshment houses along the Vist
ul, except those located in towns.
These small testauiants and bars
are frequented by ri vermeil, who
are the most likely to be infected.
The anticipation ofcholet a reach
ing Berlin, the government begau
the election ycstci day of two bar
racks for cholera patients, or sus
pects, at Koepeniek, on the River
Sptee, near Berlin, and also estab
lished an inspection station for river
(irand Annv.Men Nock to Dctner.
IVnver, Sfpt. 4. Receptions and
reunions marked the opening today
of the o'.Mh annual encampment of
the ( ! rand Army of the Republic
aud the eouu utious ot the various
auxiliary orgauiatious. Incoming
trains added thousands to the host
of union veterans of the Civil war,
wlu hud previously arrived, and oO,-
000 is now icgarded as a conserva
tive estimate of the uumber of
strangers who will be in the city
The old soldiers received an en
thusijstic reception from their local
comrades. Various state headquar
ters were opened today in the hotels.
and the Colonial Dames Sjciety kept
open house in commodious quarters
(or the veterans and their friends,
after holding a reception in honor
of General John R. King, Commander-in-Chief
of the ti. A R. mem
bers of his stall' and the ladies of
his paity A reception was also
given to distinguished visitors at
t'ae Woman's ('l ib by the Women's
Relief Corps, Department of Colo
rado and Wyoming.
Alaska's Gold Brick.
11 CM 1
140I 1 brick ever cast,
e as two building
brick placed end to end, which con
tains 2r,000 worth of gold that is
purer than the gi ll in a $20 coiu,
lias just arrived at the Lewis and
Clark Rxpo-iliuii and i? being ex
hibited by the Nome district of
Alaska a evideuce that Nome is
still a great gold-producing region.
The gold brick is a foot long, four
inches deep and five iuchts wide,
and weighs approximately ninety
Burns to the Peaks.
Eugene, Ore., Sept. 4. The
forest tires east 'and west of Kugene
are still burninsr. but no damage
farther than the destruction of some
good timber is reported. At Walton
where the fire was encroaching upon
the settlements, the wind changed
saving the village, lhe fire near
Blue River Las burned to the tops
of the highest peaks.
Farmers Take Notice, Now is the Time
Sanders Disc Plows are Better than
They are lighter draft. They
never get hung. No ground is too
stonv, too rooty, too sticky or too
hard to be plowed with a disc plow
There is no side draft. They wil
break up the hard pan that has
been formed by other plows. They
will plow deep and take the place
of subsoil plows.
It never gets too dry to plow
with a disc plow. You can sow and
plant at the proper time.
They will not choke. They wil
turn under anything in the way of
vines, weeds, fctocks aud stubble
Vou will be at but little expense for
sharpening, and you will not neei
any repairs for a long time
saxi)I:rs who i i.ows av.k hki-ihi than
1 I II tU lilS'J PLOWS
Wo gu iiuiitee our plows to do
good work in any kind of fallow
land and not to break 111 one vear
from defect, in material. Wynne
Hjid'.vare C .:npuuy.
September 15. 1905. Sale at 11
a. m. sharp, at the Hendricks ranch
iu Shoestring Valley, 12 miles east
of Yoncalla, and 15 miles northeast
of Oakland, on the Coast Fork road
Horses, cattle, sheep, hogs, farming
equipment, household goods, etc
Will. Helliwell, auctioneer.
Lugene la planning for a great
water (system, ind electric light
plunt for which a largo bond issue
is being advertised. The water
KKttm to be ebtablibhed will re
ceive its water supply from a large
well, fed by springs along the river
bank, irom tho well the water
will bo pumped through a large
distributing reservoir. Two sets of
purnpa will be installed in order to
give protection in case of accident
to one of the pumps.
C D. Buckner of Portland went
upjon the O & S Iv Tuesday on
business returning on the afternoon
J. D. Wilson of Voncalia was iu
town on Monday.
Aracrkanlilng the Orient.
Beyond the American accessions,
Siberia is recognized and sought us
a country whose growth can easily
parallel that ol western America
and which, therefore, cuuiiot help
affording commercial chances, both
largo and small. Of course its most
immediate pros poets are in connect
ion with its agriculture, and in this
respect it i not necessary that, in
order to give the couutiy value a a
place tor trade exploitation, the op
timistic prophecies of its ability to
supply the wot Id with wheat in
competition with America and Ar
gentine should be fulfilled. Trave
lers know that if it supplies not them
Chiua alone it develops a market
which will keep its farmers busy,
create a demand for agricultural
implements and lead to the build
ing up of towns aud cities. Out of
the latter will arise tho infmite num
ber of modern necessities associated
with town and city building. The
tuauy years which may elapse before
Siberia, or even Russia, can furnish
these necessities to the same advan
tage that the American and Euro
pean industrial institutions can fur
nish them lie open before the active
man of trade from other countries,
and particularly from America, as
his years of profit. American hard
ware, irou and household goods
already penetrate us lar lnlaiM as
Irkutsk. Sunset Magazine.
bouie idea of the magnitude of
miniuir in South Attica mav be
gather d from a recent letter from
Allan Kinkead, general manager of
the Angeleo Deep Gold Mines on
the Rand says the Virginia Chron
icle. He has a shaft down ;.6o
feet at which point the shall en
tered the vein aud the Angeleo to
day is the deepest gold mine in the
world. He has started another
I shaft on another group nf mines
I bt longing to the Hercules company
1 which when completed will be of
still greater magnitude The shaft
is 6 feet by 46 feet inside the timbers
and 85 men are employed in the
bottom on each shift. There are
eight compartment in the shatt
six for hoisting, one for pumps and
one for ladders. It is equipped to
handle f, 000 tons of ru'k per day
and 0,000 men are employed. The
compauy has 440 stamps dropping
on ore from the mine and is about
to install another mill with 600
ttamps. The stamps are of the
heaviest pattern and when the mill
is completed the daily crushing ca
pacity will be 5,000 tous in 24 hours.
Steam is used exclusively for hoist
and milling purposes and the boiler
plant has a capucity of 30,000 horse
power and the air compressor 7,000.
The percentage of white laboi em
ployed is about 10 per cent of the
Kaffir c-ntingeut, white employes
wages averaging over $5 per day.
The average value of ore extracted
is about $7.50 per ton in gold.
Famous Pictures at Portland
The Museum of Art at the Lewis
and Clark exposition contains the
most notable collection of pictures
ever brought together m the west.
Upon the walls are hung paintings
representing a valne of more than
a million dollars, though some of
them are ot such priceless worth
that mere figures can not be used
to appreciate them. Scores of pic
tures by the old masters and the
best selections from the newer
artists of Europe and America are
The pictures have been grouped
in such manner as to aid both the
art connoisseur aud the layman in
studying them to advantage. The
art exhibit is open to all exposition
visitors, and those who miss seeing
this collection of the world's best
paintings will wait many yeurs be
fore another such opportunity
Trade Across The Pacific.
Almost everything that is made
in modern nations from raw leather
to boots and shoes, from fountain
pens to typewriters, from iron in the
pig to girders in the viaducts is
finding an introductory sale across
the Pacific, and the more far-sighted
men who are handling the commo
dities are penetrating the several
countries very much as the advance
guard went into the west foity and
fifty years ago to establish them
selves aud become well-to-do and
influential. Under their operations
American exports alone have already
grown fifty per cent within a year,
and the signs at ban Lrancisco fore
shadow a continued enlargenent in
proportion to the increasing number
of outgoing travelers. Arthur 1
Street in Sunset Magazine for Sep
A REMEDY WITHOUT A PERU.
"I find Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets more beneficial than
any other remedy 1 ever used for
stomach trouble," Hays S. I Klote,
of Rdinu, Mo. For any disorder of
the stomach, biliousness or constipa
tion, these tablets aro without a peer.
or suie- by The Modern Pharmacy.
So iiiail.v people, wl. I ; 1 1 1 , 1 mhuii
are elici ted Willi arlcmehi ilmi m
invalid of having i-tciitcd was moiiic
thing Ioiik' s.miIiI .for, and -iiigicnl
science Inn been nt fault 1111III u-rv
recently, lr. iMirlu nl Hotels e
Lunelle U now able Id n.-i niiill .Ii It,
absolutely without pui .Icicntlon
from bu-liieM, mii 1 in eniv j perni.i
limit and la.-tlng. sa proof of llii
assertion we refer, by ciiuUIoii, to
Mr. A. .1. ArniNii'iing, culier and
chief assistant of ' Nleoll, I lie lailur,"
at so Third Nlivct, Portland. Itc.ul
To Whom It M.i Concern.
Without h.ilit'itation I 0l11utcer
my testimonial In fa or nf r. Iar
1 In, w ho cured me of an aggraalcd'
cane of varicocele of many yearn"'
standing. Had despaired ,. Vine mi
til ellit years .i;: I trie I In . Iar
rin's new method and wa- pcrm.i
neatly eared, mid hae h.i I mi re
turn of the trouble. I most emphat
ically recommend lr. Hirrlti ;h a
skillful ph scian and a m ivI;:Ih for
ward man in Ini-incs... Will gladly
confer w i! h any one, eii her in pel ,-ou
or by letter, at m I'liird -d reel . where
I h.ic been ciulocd lor ears.
A. .1. Aruisi 1 mm
lr. I arriu's I'laee 01 liiisiue-s.
Ir. Iairin.an he consulted f( at
the Slllivdo Hotel Kllolie llieiroll.
until t ViolN'r 1. from in .. cloek lo ..
dally, evenine, 7 to s, Siind.i.N .; to
Tile doctor makes .1 specially of Mil
disease of the eye, e.il nose anl
throat, catarrh, dciiiiess, bruit, hilis,
laurippe. heart liwr, bladder ami
kidney dlsea -es, 01 Ih'se who iiller
from apathy and iiidiiieivnc, , also
Keuito irinary and skin diseases In
either sni h a-i iiloml taint -, sein
tuul w eek ties.-- and lust ior, vari
cocele and si rict are. 1
l' Ire u la is and ! nest i, ui blanks neat
free to any address and curie-pun- .
race s,,ieied .Many eases can le
ceive t he h.uiie treatment alter one
Visit to the d n't or" , i Chi. e. I '.a I I err s
and bell - fm lushed il !i lull iiisir.ii-lion-
l.il llieii u e. i;fs te e, an l
proper nl'iss.-s illicit.
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A FAMILY SAFEGUARD
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S run, which has a record i I
the cure of i iiii-.imiplinii, catarili and
1 n 'loni-lnnl ttnul.l"s.
tJThe fame of a mi ni Syrnji tn a con
Miijgptive cure, siiiee its peri Ii.-im- liy In.
Crccii from the niece of the I mums 1 r.
llnscliL-c, litis cxtcinleil tut.il puts nf Un
earth. It has lay, . tie.-, e i i yv. Ik rc. to
J'fwo tii.i!., 2,r,c and ;-,r,e All ilrujigitits.
A gencial attendance of tho me m
bers of the ChriHtian Church is re
quested on Thursday evening Sept.
7th, as matters of importance- will
come up lor consideration at mat
Subscribe lor the Nugget.
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Cottage Grove Flour Mills
m AMTAirn i;i:i;s or
Flour and Feed
Remember lint the OoMiigu drove I'loiir i-t :iold
o(h ini'iitM, at lowent living pi iccH We use 'J ."i
p r cent hard wheat in our I'lide of Oregon
brand, This Flour will produce nioie beiad
per Mick than the cheap variiduM now olTeied.
Try it once and be convinced, and at. the mono
tunc eiieoiira;,'i' a home enlerpi iMii :' : :
HELP US KEEP THE WHEELS TURNING
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I.. 'ttiils, .Mi tics ntiil .Miiiiii.o Sluik.
ami houK'sU-atls Ioc-mUmI.
A choice list of City, Country and Timbci Icinds for M ile. Houses fur
rent in the dilTereut parts of the city.
Rents collected for lion residents.
, i 1 1 i is ..i l ki m.m si: in ii.mv.i, corr.vtiiujii' i vi-;, 61:1:
at reasonable prices.
Good Goods at
I'htWH, Miiwei'rt and HiUeM. Sole ueii,-i for the ci-lcliraled
A I'nll Slock of MIiiIiilc SiippllcH.
tii : .muoits h:hi:i
of Cholera MorhiiH Wit h One. Small
liottleor Chuiiilierlnln'HOolic. Chol
era mul blarrhoea Kemed.y.
Mr. i. W. I'owler of Hlhtou'ei-.
A In., relates mi experience he hml
.liili- Hervliii; on a petit Jury in a
iioii.ler cum! at. KdwiudHvllle, county
n-.il ofCleliouri ounty Alalmtna.
lo sa.y: " While there I ateHonie frt-Hli
in. -at and Home huiihc meat mnl It.
I.! ve me cholera luorlaiK In a very
i vero form, I wiih iieverwicU In my
life ami dent to Lhe drur Htore for a
i crtniii cholera mixture, but the drun
;;iht Hent me a hot tie of ( liaiiiherlaln'H
hIIc, Cholera and Dlurrhoea Hemedv
In lead. Hii.ylnt,' that he had what I
leul for, hut that thin medicine wiih
t o much hotter he would ruther Hetni
il lo me In thu fix 1 wan hi. I took
one dose of It and wan better In live
miiiulcH. The Hecond doHo cured mo
entirely. Two fellow jurorn weie
ulll ic led In the Bamo manner and ono
Nmall hottle cured tho threo of tm."
I or nale liy The Modern riiariuaey,
CottuyoUrove lodfjo, No. C8, I.
O. O. K, to 1 JJ. 1'hillipn; south
lmlf of lot .'18, I. (). O. l cemetery,
and Amunitions I
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THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
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BallardSnow Liniment Co.
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