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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 17, 1906)
Tew nro entirely free from It.
It in ny develop no ntowly un to cnnAO
little if nnydiMltirliiiiici'tluritig the wlinlo
jxtIchI of cliililliooil.
It may then produce flyHpcpaln, ra
tnrrli, mid marked tendency to con
ftiimition, before CiiiihIiik eruption,
Bores or Nwi'lliiiKN.
To get entirely rid of ittuko tlx) great
In tiaiml 1 1 c j 1 1 1 1 fr)rm or In rhucnlntrri (ablets
known m Sartatabs. 1X dot-s $1.
Tin elderly it ii1 Koinewliot fliiatrntofl
lndy Htoppuil mi olx mo man on n crowd
ed Hi roc t.
"Iiitm It mnko any difference," ahe
nuked, "which of thrill car I lake to
"Not to mo, iiindnm," niiHwcrcd (tin
N)llte heavy-weight, II Iw lifted hi
hut and imaged on.
Tho Invention of clock I fiy no
moan ii modern one. ('lock which
were run ly weight were iimiI hy the
Hiracen nt the time of the ('iunikIc-h,
and koiiiu nuthorltltK atnlo (lint they
wre Invented hy 1'iu'lllrua iim eurly it
tin ninth century.
In the work of liante are reference
to uiachlncN which tnn-k tin- bourn,
mid clock imiM have heen lined In
It.ily about the end of the thirteenth
century. The oldest clock of which
there U nny certain record wa erected
In n tower In the ml ace of Charles V.
of Franco In YMl.
A church rocunlly iledicntetl In St. Paul
wna erect.-d nt n cont of $7,HIK), rnlm-il hy
lO.IMHI contribution of 70 (I'll In curb.
CL ASSI FI ED AD YERTISING
Portland Trade Directory
Nmv and Ariilrtftatt In Totlland of Rpr
Icntattv Ifutlnr firm.
I'UKA M hl'.TA l(A'l()(H-V jtuftrftutr Iim I). H,
h itttmior hi Um th Uni, Wriu lor tfm cftlkog.
llftii m imhJ i u., I- inii mid liftk.
fUMN . (tllUANH-Mmiv nun Hia(rtiMiMin r
v ri to n rci mini k in-n r rnrnovni nf iuvf
YVrllu fur ilt-niT iIIimi ol i ajiioa now on lutn-l.
Irm, t iu. Writ to-tv. IhIIhtI t o., rritiil
lOWAIID K. lll'ltlo.N -Ainrif nr 1 (.'lirml-it.
k Hlr, "t.lf.f nil'ii hii- 1 1 1 k. -1 1 lulif-i: l.nlil.
HIlM-r, l.l, II ; i ...ill, Hllvur,7 ; i inl.i. tr ; .l in- nr
I l. kiihlo t.'tt. l 1 1 1 if nrnl
full ru llt nrnl nit aiiiillmtlMii. i'utitnil mikI I'm-
Li r w'k n'lliliiitj Iciluruueoi 1 -alvtUMio
When you buy
These and many
other good points
arc combined tn
You can-t afford .
to buy any other f
i j -tmi Co -Kra w CJSa
. j .rtli, CO b cly.
Send for free booklet showing; analysis
of li.ird water In 100 cities in the United
Stales, with the amount of 20-Mule.-Teini
Pure liordx necessary to use in each case
to soften the water and produce clean,
white clothes without injury to the finest
fabrics or most delicate hands.
All cli uI.tk, I'Ml1 Klr.n .ii( kiik' llorm A llorni
Hnup; Wl pni-t Iiooklri mm Himvt'iilr l'lurit 7il Iil
l(i!'-l.,r- Iihi fur HI ( villi mill ilruli-r'N niitiin. I'A
I II' It: I 1IAS1 iiOUAX I'll., Uuklunil I hI.
W. L. DOUGLAS
3.50 &3.00 Shoes
BEST IN THE WORLD
W.L.Douglas $4 Gilt Eriga line
J'i .Vi..c Vuei
W. I.. H.MIHl
nlnif iIiiiiimi in
i;uiiii1-Ii In IIiih
81I0K3 FOR EVERYBODY AT ALL PRICES,
Win, & Clillili'Mii'a Uiioi.it. t'J.UO to $l.OO.
Try V. I.. JtoiiKli' Voiiien", ftl lKt-a niwl
(jhlMren'H uliiicni tor fclle, III iiml went
llioy iui illier imikiiM.
If I could take you Into my Inrjie
factories at Brockton, Mass., and show
you how carefully W.L. DouRla. shoes
are made, you would then understand
why they hold their shape, fit better,
wear longer, and are of greater value
than any other make.
Whervver you live, you can obtain W. L.
Douiiliia alios. Ilia iiumo ami prli a In alanipeU
on the but turn, whkh protetla youulnat IiIkIi
prlcca aild Interior ahoea. T '
tuto. Aok yiiurdeiilerlorW.l.. Douglua aliiwl
nd Inalat upon liavlntf them.
fast Color t ('' usal; will not wtar brassy.
Wrlia lor IllualruUd Calalotfot I all Stylea.
W. L. IHIUIILAS, Dept. J, tlrockton, Maaa. I
P. N. U.
I.' til x
IIKN writ In if t o ail verUoera please
intiiiiliiu this iuptir.
TorliT," Nalil tln fiiMHy lndy In Iho
parlor ar, "I wImIi you would opcu till
TIm lady In Mm eut directly ncrnM
Ihc car heard Hit- icijuent and drew a
cloak aliiiut her,
'Toiler, If t lint window I opened,"
nlii' Niiappcd, lexllly, "1 k hit 1 1 freeze to
"And If the window I kept cloMi'd,"
rclllllicd the oilier pllNMeiiger, "I Mtifill
,,.,, M,rl,.p Bloo(, ,l(,y ,)t.lW(.,.M t10
i,.,,,, .. ,,.
i "i h i i i t-iiiif i n uiv I 'Miiiiif i i idi
Irnvi'liT, "your duly In very plain.
Open I In window and freeze one lady.
Then clone It and miff oca tu the other."
Nf l Rammer,
A million or two of people wlio hnv
spent thin Kiiiniiicr nt the Henahoro nro
Htrongly dlKpoxed to upend next Bum
mer In the huck country or tho moun
tain". If they persevere- In this deter
m'mitlou their place will tie filled hy
xroiin who have apent till Hummer
In the mountain and the huck coun
try nod don't want to go hack. It hu
heen n very trying Hummer, muggy,
foKgy. 'Kkeetry, dump, molnt, Lot nnd
miscellaneously plaintive, hut It hn
heeu uhout n. hnd lu one place as lu
another. Manor's Weekly.
A TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE.
How a Veteran Wat Saved tha Am
putation of a Limb.
H. Frank Poruinui!, veteran, of Kooe
vlt Ave., IndianapoilR, I rid., iiayi:
"I had bm-n showing yinptoiuii of kid
ney trouble from the
time I was mustered
out of the army, but
in all my life I never
Buffered as in 1897.
and BleepleBBneai first,
and then dropny. I
was weak and help
li'ns, having run down
from lbO to 125
pounds. I was hav
ing terrible pain in the kidneys and the
t'i'r'tions panned almoet involuntarily.
My Mt h'K swelled until it was 34
inrlii'S around, and the doctor tapped it
niitit and inoriiiriK until I could no
longer stand it, and then lie advised
amputation. I rcfiiftnl, and bean
lifting Doan's Kidney l'llli. The swell
ing suboided giadually, the urine be-;-Hine
natural and all my pains and
aches liHppeared. I have been well
now for nine years since UBing Doan's
For a!e by all dealers. 50 cents a
box. Foster-Milbuin Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Itnaich un Itricirr
Tommy What In th "Uilght of folly.-
Pn Your sister's beau, uiy sou, II
Is alz fet two.
"Mnny n iiiiui," an Id t'ncln Allon
Pimrks, "datea nil his other rvr.soi from
I ho evouiu whc hia tit at girl turned iiku
I)liiBU Shadlmlt, I've borrowed a
poil many little auins from you, at one
time nnd another. Io you know just honv
iniieli I owe you?
Shmllxilt (with alacrity) Yea; it'a ex
liiiiRiiw Then let m hnre $3, will
you? That will make It nn even hundred,
ami it will be oiniiT for me to romemlr.
Ttrnllar1 It llrrarlf.
Tho nnry wuvea broke upou the state
"Imi't liitf rntmnotion terrible?" ex
claimed the yoniitf man with the Hteamer
rap nnd the rnmem.
"(), yes!" moniieil the pale young wom
an in the Hteamer chair. "You foci it,
loo, do you 7"
Would Nult lllm Ilclter.
The Jiulx Mr. TwiKglen, do you wish
to poll the Jury?
The lawyer (who had lot hla cane)
No, your honor; but it would afford me
Infuiki) aatisfnctloo If I could club thu
rrotinuly Went All Hlht.
"J. Smith, Furnished Geological Struo- '
ture, 111." . i
Thin was the nMres on tho lot.ter
po.Ktinnrked "Ituaton, Autf. l'JIHI."
"Tiy Starved Hock," wrote tlm edu
cated railway postal clerk just below th
uddress. Chh-aKO Tribune.
Artificial ruble nre now Hueoessfully
made up to twelve or fifteen carat a by
M. Verneul, a cicutiH.t of I'aria.
Took a Shine to Uliu.
Pli-emiia I see that tho champion
bootblack la dead. 1
IiUinukes Yes : Death loves a ahlnlng
mark. American Spectator.
If you are suffering from
Impure blood, thin blood, de
bility, nervousness, exhaus
tion, you should begin at once
with Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the
Sarsaparllla you have known
all1 your life. Your doctor
knows, It.too. Askhimaboutit.
Tou mint look well aflor the condition of
w.mr llii,rillll bOWOlS. Ullll'M UllTM U lll
actlun ut tlitt bowels, potimiioiis iroilueta are
absorbed, caunlna litinnat'lia, bllloiisiiesi, nau
i,ii, alvauuiialu, anil thus ireveiitln the Har-
ammrilla from iloliiK us nest wora. Ayy.
I'ills are llvur pills. Art khiiIIt. all vegolublo.
The dote U uuly one pill at boiltlinu.
blade bjr J. O. Ay or Co
Alio Uiuuufaoturera of
Tho electric tiirgct of a Cnnndlnn of
ficer, Lieutenant Colonel O. A. Petcra,
lit being tested by LngllMli rlfleineii. Tho
ti.rget Itwlf In a bullet proof pinto of
cbromo atii'J, nnd the Impart of the bul
let on this driven back one or more of u
net of Hteel luunmcm, thus closing nn
electric circuit, by which the exact
upot lilt 1m recorded on nn Indicator
plato nt the firing point! The nystetn
limiiren nreiirnry, miven much time and
liccils no ntteiiibuit.
Kulplnir In being tried In Geniiiiny
n a wood preservative. It In nppl'ed
In molten form and nn It burdens It
completely fills the poren. At moder
ate temperature It In unaffected by
water, weak or strong acids, or alka
line solutions. A disadvantage Is tb.it
the sulphur melt at 115 degreen I, and
thU makes the treated wood unfit for
places exposed to considerable heaL
The best wood for use with this pro
cess In poplar, the trials of oak and
p!no buvlng been much lesa iiutUfu?
tory. A largo steamship ban recently been
constructed on tho Tyno having r.o
inastH nt all. Instead of masts 'lie
vessel In furnished with four large pil
lars placed on each side of the ship,
two forward and two aft, which serve
an derrick posts. The two forward pil
lars ure connected by a bridge, 50 ,'ct
above the water, which may lie used
for lookouts. The vessel Is 4N2 foct
long and 54 feet broad, nod Is to be
used lu the far Kast to carry bulky car
goes. Accommodations ure, however,
I provided for '."0 emlgrauts. AnotU'ir
vessel of the same tye Is building.
J. K. Thornycroft, an Kngllslj author
ity on engineering. In reviewing recent
uttempts to adapt the Internul combus
tion engine to marine use, says that
this adaptation may now be regarded
us an accomplished fuct. Trials made
between Hamburg und Kiel with a mo
tor of 70 horse power showed that the
gas iri)M'llfd Ixmt consumed 5'10 (sxiiids
of anthracite, us against l.HO pounds
of steam eon I consumed by a steamboat
or practically the same dimensions and
making the same sliced. Gas-engines
of from 5iK) to l.mo horse-power for
marine use are now being constructed
In F-nghind, and Mr. Thornycroft st
pects to we such engines Installed ia
lnrgu sea-going vessels.
.Many precious stones nro Influenced
by the action of the rays emanating
from radium. A scientist exposed a
colorless diamond from ISorueo to thee
rays. The stone was colored a light
yellow aftt'r eight days nnd a decided
lemon yellow after another eight days.
On heating the diamond to 250 degrees
centigrade (4S2 degrees Fahrenheit)
the yellow color was diminished, but it
could not he entirely got rid of even
at a red heat. A colorless Iirnzll dU
inond showed no colorntlon. A peculiar
behavior wns shown by a pah? blue
sapphire from Ceylon. After two hours
exiKsure to radium bromide It showed
a coloration, Rreen nt first, then light
yellow and after a few more hours red
dish yellow. After n fortnight It wns t
dark yellow, nrmroncblng chestnut
Tho color could lie got rid of by heat
ing, but the light yellow color alwuji
returned on coollug.
AARON T. BLISS.
Death of Man Who Warn Twice
rriior of MlrhlKnn.
Aaron T. HUsn, twice Governor of
Michigan, died recently nt Saginaw, of
which city he was the most distinguish
ed resident Aaron
T. Ullss was born
In Stnlthfleld, Mad
Ison County, New
York, May "22,
1M7, and spent
his boyhood on a
ffirm there. At 17
be left home and
was employed In a
store In a neighbor
ing village. At the
breaking out of the
one of the first to
AAKOM T. tUBH.
Civil Wiir lie was
enlist In the Tenth
Artillery and after
New York Heavy
he had rendered
material assistance, tn
regiment to its
full strength he was
made first lleutenaut.
Within a year
bravery lu nctlon had gained for httn
. tlou, lu Virginia, he wns captured nnd
I was confined la prison at Salisbury,
1 Audersouvllle, Macon, Charleston and
Columbia, escaplug from the latter after
being confined eight mouths. While lu
prison the presidential election of lSOt
was held. A black beau meant a rote
for Lincoln, but the prisoners were as
sured that If they cast such a vote It
would mean longer Imprlsoument for
them aud perhaps a grave on the hill
side. Nevertheless llltss voted the
black beau. After making bis escape
he waudered tor eight days before
reaching the Union lines at Savauuah
and be was nearly starved.
! In 1805 Cuptalu Bliss located lu Stig
luaw, Mich., aud started a lumber busi
ness lu a small way. It grew until ho
became the owner of extensive timber
lands, of salt mines, of a bank, niercau
tllo establishment nnd several farms,
lie was enormously wealthy. He was
elected to local olllces In Saglunw, theu
became a State Senator, next sat lu
Congress and In 1000 wns elected Gov
ernor of Mlchlgau by the largest ma
jority ever given a candidate there ud
was re-elected lu 1002.
If a woman wants to alienate a man,
the surest way Is to find fault with
. T! '
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simila I in$ Ihc Food nnd nc uln -lint
ihc blomatlis and I3ocls of
ness atvl Rest .Contains neillicr
Opium. Morpliine nor Mineral.
j-J osom nr.vjanrtrcnui
ibrm Srfrf -tithnti
Apcifcf I ftVmcdy forCoaslipa
lion, Sour Slonuich.DiarrlKK'a
Worms .Convulsions .tvvcrish
ncss and Loss or Sllep.
facsimile Signature of
Krel IioukI) t.
Grnnihim Tommy, i there Anything
you like better than a piece of pie?
Tommy (with hia iiiouih full)
Yen'm. Two piece.
MotBerswia flml Mr. Wlnalow'a Poothtn?
Pyriiji tho tA;st rcincly to use tor their children
during the teething rlod.
Ilnp of. 111m (ilooiny 31ofi1a.
"Ibinesty in tho best policy, to bo mire,"
morn lizeil the pro'vsKor, "but in the case
of too many men it ia a policy that hai
a surrender vnlue."
To Break In New Shoes.
Alwayi ithalte in Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder.
It cure hot, sweating, arhing. nwulkn left.
Cures eorim. ingrowing nails and buuioiia. At
all ilruggisn and shoe atorea, 2.V Iien't aerept
any sutisiitute. Sample mailed FREE. Addreaa
Allen S. Climated, L Roy, S. Y.
A sons called the "Hymn of Apollo,"
written 12 SO years 15. C, has just been
sung for the first time in England.
EXACT COPy OF WRAPPER. p
An ounce of grease is sometimes the only difference between
profit and loss on a day's teaming. YOU know you can't affcrd
a dry axle do you know as well that Mica Axle Grease is the
only lubricant you can afford? Mica Axle Grease is the most eco
nomical lubricant, because it alone possesses high lubricating prop
erty, great adhesive power, and long-wearing quality. Hence, the
longest profitable use of your outfit is to be had, only when the
lubricant is Mica Axle Grease.
Mica Axle Grease contains powdered mica. This forms a
smooth, hard surface on the axle, and reduces friction, while a spe
cially prepared mineral grease forms an effective cushioning body be
tween axle and box. Mica Axle Grease wears best and longest one
greasing does for a week's teaming.
The Kind Yort Ilavo Always
in uho for over 30 years,
f Sonal snpcrvinlon since its infancy
-C(tCAXZ A Hour no mm f rxlerel v vrm In tlil..
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-ns-irood' are but
Iixpcriments that trifle with and endanger tho health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment,
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Irops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
oubstance. Its ago Is Its guarantee. It destroys "Worms
and allays l'everishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Tccthlnfr Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho
fttomach and Dowels, g-ivlrifr healthy and natural bleep.
The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALVAY8
The KM You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
TMC CENTAUR COMPANY. TT MURRAY STRCCT. RJCW VOM CfTV.
"I nee they've (Uncharged thnt clerk irtio
smved o much money out of his urnall
alary. Didn't they know be was grafting
all the time?"
"Yes, bn: they suspect now that he got
ome of the graft that rightfully belonged
to tha bigger officers of the company."
8r. V't"' Jiaoe nnrj all TSerrous Dla"aes
rmaiiently cured by Iir. Kline's lireat
erve HfBiorer. henn fur r lih.e. 92 trial bnttlM and
treatlae.lir.lt. lLKlln. ,Ixl. W.'il Arch hu, I'lilla-.l-o.
Mr. Stoplate I believe I must say
Miss Tcrslecp Oh, don't!
Mr. Stop-late Why, really ah It's
getting rather late. Isn't It?
Mlsa Tersleep Yes, altogether too
late to say good-night. Say good-morn-Ing.
Mica Axle Grease saves horse power
consequently saves feed. Mica Axle
Grease is the best lubricant in
the World use it and draw a
double load. If your dealer does not
keep Mica Axle Grease we will tell
you one who does.
Standard Oil Co.
Bought, and which has been
lias borno tho signature of
lias been made tinder hi per
In cutting a canal at P.ordeaux a burled
statue has been discovered of Anne of
Aus-ria, queen of Louis XIII., who died
at l'aris in 100U.
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be pleased to
learu that there in at least one dreaded disesse
that science has been able to cure in all it
Biages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Lalarrti
Cure is the on' v positive ture known to tha
medical fraternity. Catarrn being a constitu
tional di-ease, ren'iires a cunstiiuiional treat
ment. Hall's Cat. rrh I ure is laicen internally,
acting directly uiion the I luod and mucous
suntttea of the RV'ie:n. tl.ertby d stroyinu the
I foundation of the disease, and giving the pa
I tient strength by r nilding up the constitutioa
and assisting nature in d inif its work. The
proprietors have i much faith in its curative
I powers that thev ofter One Hundred iJollara
! tor any case that it fails to cure, bend for liat
! of testimonials.
; A i ire.R. V. J. CIIEKEY A CO., Toledo, (X
Bold by druggists, "5c.
Hall's Family Fills are the best.
At Wilkesbarre, Va., in one day recent
ly 425 foreigners were naturalized.