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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (April 17, 1907)
The best is Hood's S.irsaparilhi. It
is the be st because it does the most tfood.
While it makes the blood pure, fresh
nnd lively, it tones the stomach to bet
ter digestion, creates an appetite, stimu
lates the kidneys and liver, five's new
brain, nerve and digestive stretiKlh.
An uncqualed list of cures 40,366 tes
timonials in two years proves its merit.
lnhl. t r.irni. IT...
I'nr llin.n win' itrxfr inillin
In talili-t furiK. Il.in'l Kat.nlaMlli l lm put up
In rliiM'tilatml Indli I. rnltixt m.alal'.. am wnll nt
11 lltw ti.ual ll'iiil'l f-trm. Hnrxnlnlm hav i"iiir
full, Dim munit iMirnllvn lntHrtita a Din llifiil'l
fol 111, in..tt. 11 1 ft' jr nf linn,', run vii)Mirtt iviiii'
limy, - Ilium Imlitu ihi Imm Ii avaHirnl Inn, lirt'ak
ag., or luakagn. Hold liy itriiui(lu or ai'iit innll.
I'. I II I I 11 , I. mill. Max.
Mrs. 3. F, lit, Ml f.niilil Mrwl hlntif Imm.
tla.a., aa "1 11 l'i ar. it in'rli iK " I Imv" hover
iiiiwii IIihkI a Haraaiiarlll In tall, fur iflni
liiiiiHim ami aa (I'lii ial lilixxl .mi-IIIiti II m
a'-ri(fnla, . i-ina i ha ihi wnal an a gi-in'ral
iirlnn iiimlli inn It giraa nia gi'iiulna aatiatao
iiiui to nay tliU "
(il'AlUN I r KM lllnli r tin! Jood ttml IrilK Act, JllllH .'M), llXfi. No. .'II! 1.
Ilir Hail ! Kail.
IIt nrin iiIiimii I1I.1 neck ilrrw tlirMrr.
"Ami 1'nnnlat' iiii," ulif ft n I 1 . "Unit
you will willi from i-vcry frHi.'ii rlty
you piiH through."
Khirtlnu lirr weight to thr o( her kini
lie niMrliil the jjlrl wllli moiiii alliflit
"lo yon lovi 11 bo much." lie iniir
nimil. "or vt you atiirli-d a iilfturo
liohtnl rnr.l nlliuin'"
l l oltv MmiI lr I. In ruin.
A rtfi'iil ri'iirrniinciiiciit of tlir tx-
lillilta In I lie Agrli-iillm-iil Museum of
tlin I'lilvi-rxlly (if IIIIiioIm tritiiclit to
, light nn ol I in ynkr iiimli' by Aliriilinin
l.lii'tiln. wlili'li wiim iriNintl to tlm
1 ntt 1 1 tit Ion In 1M71. Ity onli-r of l'rvsl
fli'lit I i'ii jut the yoke luix In-cit In
oIohciI In 11 kIiih inw tin' frniui'M'ork of
wlili'li wilt iiiinlc of lionriU from the
1 old LIiii'oIii liuitii' nt KiirliiKllfM. 111.
J3V IMPURITIES IN THE BLOOD
Wlicnrvcr a sore refuses to lical it Is liccanno llic Moo4 W not pure am
hcnllliy, it fchmiM , but i t infcctcl with poisonous perin.s or some M
IiIikhI taint wliiih h:is currujitoil nul jiolhitc'l tli circulntion. Those most
usually nil1. ii tr I witli M pons tuc pcisons who have rcailu-.l r ;issc(l luid
cllcltfc. Tlx; vitality i-f t!i;Moo l n:i4 i.treiij;tl of the system have naturally
l-j;un to iliTline, nml the poisonous jjt-rms which have n cumulated Localise
Cf a r-1 11 if j.; 1 I an 1 inactive citilitioii f the r-ystcni, or some hereditary taint
which has hitherto )ccn lu-M ia c)h'1;, now force nn outht on the face, arms,
lej;s r other part of the lly. The place jrows red and anfjry, festers ancl
rats into the surrounding tissue until it hccomri a chronic and stuhhorn
ulcer, fed and kept open Ly the impurities with which the Mood is saturated.
Nothing is more tryin;; and tlisajrorahle tlian a ;tuL1xrn, non-!iealinjj sore.
Tlie very f.ut that it resists ordinary remedies and treatments is pood rensoti
for suspicion; the same j;erni-prodiicin; cancerous ulcers is hack of every
fild sore, and nje ially is this true if the trouble in an inherited one.
Washes, salvca, uur indeed anything else, applied directly to the sore, can
... do any iennanent j'ood : neither will remov-
I w affllotnd with ft orn on my , ' .,,' ' . , ,
foc of ruur yuan' iniinr. it InjT the Pore with caustic plasters or the
ws mU l.imi.U mt Rrut Lnt it surreon's knife niakc a lasting cure. If
rraUukWr iirow Umar and worm ' . . , , ,. i i
ra iYr wr tmtil I bcm every panicle of the diseased flesh were
Unnml nl.out it ud con.ulto.j taken away another sore would come, Lc-
trtitrielutthorcoiillnuil cause the trouble Is In the blood, nnd the
to irrow worn, i .w . o. h. DLOOD CANNOT DC CUr AWAY.
Vsrllaoit n l conxuancmt It Han , , , .
not ftr taking it u whilo I u The cure must come by a thorough cleans
eomiiietnly ctnji.i. My t.loo.1 i fog of the blood. In S. S. S. will be found
tiow liri nt linKlthy from tho , , . , , , . ,
ofTnet of H. H. h.,.11.1 thr hmm not a remedy for sores an 1 ulcers of every kind.
ny iiynef tu auro iluci It is an uneiualled blood purifier one that
0. ti. H. vuroti It. ,. . , . . , .. ,
v THOfl. OWIN goes directly into the circulation nnd
West Valou, OLlo. promptly cleanses it of all poisons nnd
taints. It pets dowu to the very bottom of
the trouble and forces out every trace of im
purity and makes a complete and lasting
cure. S. S. S. changes the quality of the
blood so that instead of feeding the diseased
parts with impurities, it nomishes the
irritated, inflamed flesh with healthy blood.
Then the sore logins to heal, new flesh is formed, all pain nnd inflammation
leaves, the place scabs over, and when S. S. S. has purified the blood the
sore is permanently cured. f. S. S. is for sale nt nil first class drug stores.
Write for our special lok on sores and ulcers nnd nnv other wcdicul uJvice
ygu desire. Wc make no charge for the loolt or advice.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CAm
A H uman lio ran a Iu(ToJ bird in
hrr lint ia linliln to liiif of from $-. to
f.'iil tiy n Inw rmfiilly j .' J by ttio s.-g-Intur
A JuiHiiii-an bride pivf hrr weddinj
iriHinu to lnT jirctit a a a alight rwoiu
wiiai fur lL trouble tbvy bv bad iu
TOWNS BUILT Off CAATEK8.
Ksrlh Ulrtflrd br 'llirr Mundrod A
Somft of tlm woml'T of tlio vdcfinle
world wero Kfiijililciiliy (Ii-wtIImnI In a
lecturo nt tlm Loudon limtltiitlou ro
om ly by W. Ilcrbeit (iiirrlwiii, l
ii. H., who 1 J II ('llllllllfl Voli'llllOfM
Mil jmrtM of tho world.
'"I'ho (jrenleMt iKdno 011 reoonl,"
X" lil, "wiim jiiimIo by tho erujitloti
Krnkiit'ifi, In tlm Klriilln of Kiind'i,
Ixtwtcii Jiiva mid Miiimitrii, In 1S.H.V
llero nn a few Htilkln' fndH nUoit tho
erujitlon Hint Mr. (nrrlHon '.nent lomil ;
It ciiuwil a (loud Heveiiti'eli ml li-M
It wim henrd I'lNir) n,llc nwny.
If It hud tiikeu jilnce In Coriiwnll It
roubl hnvM been hi'iird In New York,
(oiiHtHiitlnoili, Ht. 1'eterHburji. t'nlro
11111I (Jrii iilninl.
'Jin? velocity of the oxj)lonlon una
thni tlmcH thnt of un AriiixiroiiK ku'-
It rnlwd th.'il WIIVCN 100 feet IllKQ
thnt Inviiilcil the lund for five 111II1.
It crenti-d dut liner thun auy rock
on 1 1 bo ground by man.
ThlMiluMt wim rurrleil round tlnrth
for three yenrn In tlM air.
It oiiiiHed ulr whvih that rnclreled
th earth m-ven tiling.
It broke wlmlowa a-ven mll-n 1h-
Tli volmtifen of th world form a
"belt of Ore" round the enrth, find nro
rnrely moro than 3O0 rntli-K from tlm
Ken. In the few excejitlons to thU
rule, the voenno'H are near lnrtfo
xheidH of Inland water. Thin tends to
jirove that the proximity of wuter Is
one of the main factor In the call ho
of erujitloiiH, nnd that It Im the jerx
latlon of water through the eartb'a
hurfmi! that U-iiiIh to volenule activity.
Mr. (iarrlnon xidalned' wlmt ho
meant by the "Ixdt of lire" by allowing
a litrue map of the Pacific Ocean, on
which the volcanic centers were
:narked. forming a rough circle, be
ginning In South America nnd follow
ing tho coast line to AI.'iHka, then round
by Kamchatka, Jnjiau, and tho Sunda
Stralta to New Zealand. In the center
of the circle Ilea the greatest crater In
the world. In the Hawaiian Ittlundu,
which Im nine miles wide.
In this '"belt of fire" are 300 nctlve
voleanoi'H, which, said Mr. (jiirrlHon, is
n very miiiuII number comjiared with
Uu numlMT oniv active, the qiilvHceut
or extinct volcanoes numbering tens of
Among the towna built on old craters
Mr. Uarrlaou mentioned Kdtuburgb
(Arthur's Kent bdng the remains of a
volcanic rtng), Keswick, Aden. Candy,
Ilrentor, In Devonshire, was at one
time, iirobnbly within historic times,
as high as Etna, nnd Ktna Is ealeulatel
to have thrown out 1,'kn) cubic miles of
material In historic times.
Among many remarkable plioto-
gruphn shown was one of a boiling
lake la an lee-louiid crnter, nearly
0,(HrO fwt above sea level. In New Zea
land. Since the photograph was taken
tho volcuuo has tossed the lake Into
It means tlie
hottest and cleanest
flame produced by
any stove. This is
the flame the New
Perfection Oil Stove
jives the instant a
lehted match is ap
plied no delay, no
trouble, no soot, no
dirt. For cooking, tho
Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove
is uncqualed. It gives quick results because its
lieat is liighly concentrated. Cuts fuel-expense
ill lTU. ' J
stove warranted. If not at your deal
er's write to our nearest agency.
ff.CSLV & lamp
a' all-round household use.
Made of brass throughout nd beautifully nickeled.
I'orfectly constructed; absolutely safe; unexcelled
in liuht-iiiving power; an ornament to any room.
Every lamp warranted. If not at your "TJSBiT
.1 t, nr nearest BfencV. SfcJrV.
UCaivi i wniw .
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, aanaoi nn
taiaajii yier ;
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3.00 AND $3.50 SHOES tu'k wJhld
W L 00UQLA3 J4.UU Sill tuut nuts tnnui dc cuhlllu hi nni rmut.
jcunrs ran EVERYBODY AT ALL PRIDES 1
Mun'ahlKMia. Kfl to l.ft. lly' hhfMia. :l to !.. Wonu-n'a
Mo!-., WtoWlVtt. MU.C & t l.lldr'. hi....... M-M to
toba'tho host in ntylo, tit ami wenr j.roiluoed in this country. Each
nart qJ th hIumi and uvery mniiii 01 inn iiiukihk " '
ami wuti'lmd over by nkillod bhoniiiiikers, wiuiout ronru w
tluio or cost.. Jf I could take you into my lurgri fuetoriea at
11 1. . ... .,,.1 .Lam vim Imur dariifullv v. 1j. Dimnuia I
hottaaro'iiiaihsyou would ihun uriderittuiul why they hold tholr ahapo, lit botta
'vour loniror. and ura of groatur valuo than any other makes.
-ror 11 mk r . -unuiM on tha iMiltoin. wlilrh iiroiaoti the waarr airalnit htirh
ar"."r7 . " ..' ad.. ..i.a.i.u.M. Hnlil i in in.! ilioa ileiah'i-a avprvwuurn.
How Our Artlclra of Alllro Are lie.
crlred br HaVBue Nrntluaa.
The inanuer uiul occanlon of wear
ing the garments of civilization aome
tlinea chosen by Hiivajje ehleftalna and
Hoinl-clvlllzeAl jHitentiitea have often
proved a source of mirth.
lVrhajiH the jiatin for 11 unique ecoi
blnalloii Ktlll ladoiiKS to that Ktatuesque
rolyne-slan native who honored a stato
function by 11 pi tearing In a utovejtlpe
bat, the ret of hla costume consisting
of jtostage atnnipa, abundantly nnd ar
tistically njiiillwl In elegant patterns
over his entire jktsoii. Still, other
etrlklng effects have been attained.
Itoltert 1. Sumner, who wna aent
lately on a ihIshIoii to Abyssinia, re
late tliat, having jtresented an Amerl
ean flag to Atto l'aulos, a hospitable
ofllclal peraou, far removetl from sav
agery, he received this gracious ac
knowledgment of the gift :
"I appreciate this more than any
thing you could give me. It Is the
proudest decoration I could possibly
own. I ahull ask the emjeror for the
right to accept It, as we cannot aeoeit
anything f this sort without authori
zation,' and lie will say y"-' Then I
ahnll weur It about my shoulders every
The tall hat which the Americans
wore at the court of Menellk evoked
much admiration, as Indeed tall hats
seem always to do in lands unfamiliar
with their peculiar rigid dignity. One
which a previous traveler had be
atowed ujHtn a provincial ruler of tho
country bad been, they learned, ao
highly appreciated that It was at once
sent to tho court Jeweler nnd the brim
encircled with a row of emeralds.
When, 011 breaking camp for the Inst
time, the party bestowed various arti
cles of attire on their faithful Abyssin
ian servants, they found that even pink
pajamas were less thankfully received
thau old hats. Mr. Skinner presented
his own hat to Atto I'lto, chief mule
teer nnd general utility man.
"Ho knelt at once, before he could
bo prevented," tho embarrassed com
missioner records, "and kissed tho
donor on both feet. Then ho drew hU
snowy white chammii about him,
placed one hand uion his long curved
aword, and strode forth, with the silk
hnt ou the hack of hla head, to resumo
tho prosaic occupation of a rnllroud
You can trust a medicine
tested CO years I Sixty years
of experience, think of that!
Experience with Aycr's Sar
saparilla; the original Sarsa
parilla; the strongest Sarsapa
rilla; the Sarsaparilia thedoc
eors endorse for thin blood,
weak nerves, general debility.
Hnt rn rM rranil .M maillrlna rannnt ilo
t lri-.t work If ilia ilvrr I. Inanlt mini tha
b'fwnli roritllat"l. for lha lntt tKti.ltil ra-
ilia, ytn ahoul'l la a a lax at It df.fa if Arar'a
fill. Hill, (aalnr t! Kiraaparllla 71. a liar
will fiiiokir raapunU. and will tha IawiI.
Mtal j l.C. A yar (!)., Iiwall,
AIM Kiaiiuraolurara itt
7 HAIR VIWI?-
7 I O TQ AUL'E CIBR.
Uvl O CHUUtV KiCTOSAL.
Thr-rp nr Ntunjitnnry laws even In the
tVxik lalaiida. where It Ih n puninhable
offeriao to wit more thun 1 ,( C X cixoanuta
lu cidi-bratioii of a d'Uth.
Mother will find tin. Wlnnow'a Toothlna
Pyrn . tha In it rnnedr to uao lor tbalr cbll'lros
durluif ibo tea till ui( jrlod.
Haaw and Plain. 1
Ttm first man to whom It ever oc
curred to find out how much rain wn
represented by a given fall of snow wna
Alexander Itrlce of Klrknewtown, who
In March, 1 made a simple exjterl-rri-Tit
with the contents of a atone Jinr
driven face downward Into over six
Inches of snow. VThat he learned wna
that a greater fir !ca, decree of cold.
; or of wind, when the snow falls, nml
Its "lying n longer or shorter time on
the ground," will occasion a difference
In the weight and In the fii.intlty of
water produced; "hut If," he added, "I
in.iy trust to the above trials, which I
endeavored to jierform with care, sno.v,
newly fallen, with a moderate gale of
wind, freezing cold, will produce
quantity of water cual to one-tenth
jmrt of Its bulk." So that a fall of
snow of ten Inches rejiresents a rain
fall of one Inch. Indou Chronicle.
Mad nn Ida Own apr-lflratlna.
Mrs. Jones Mr. Jones sent these
trousers bnck. He says they are not
anywhere near long enough.
Knlp (tailor) That's funny. When
I went to collect my bill from him he
told me he was shorter than he ever
was In his life and I made these trous
ex accordingly. Toledo I'.lade.
From Ontalcle Soarrra.
Job f turky This is a pretty expensive
mixture I smoke.
Adam Zawfox Ko I've heard the fel
lows say who furuiati you the ingredients.
"ilurrnffcr has a good city position,
"". yea; he's had that for six months
"H'liHt work does he have to do?"
"He hain't found out yet."
ft. Vitna' nare-e and all Narvoiia Difaaea
H-rmaiiritly cnrrl hy Jr. Klmi-'a ir-ai
trv lVi-aiiirir. rMnr1 for r Jlr.l. I21rlai rioio ana
irakUae. lir. 11- II. K llu. . 1I. UJI rcli HI., l'blla..l'a.
Vexeil Parent Polly, you jirovoke me
beyond measure. You for"t more things
than anybody I ever saw.
Polly Hut think of the awful lot of
things I li'iirn, mamiiiu, if I can do all
that furirrttin !
ShaVe Into Your Shoe
AUfn'e Font Ka-e A tK"l'T. It makes tight
or new m f t d easy It U a c rta:n cuie lor
avpntniK. Chlloiia aim bot, tiri'd. B hlri(f ffft.
hold tiy all PrtiKKlatr. 1'rlne li'-c. 1 rial park
afc mall.-d t'KKK. Addreaa Allen 8. Olmatcd,
Lcltoy, .Vtw Vork.
"Do you think I can reach the heart
of the haughty beauty?'" sighed the
sentimental youth with the. guitar
under bis arm.
"Hetter try tunneling, old man," ad
flsed his friend.
"Yes, I heard her say that you were
a great bore."
$100 Reward. $100.
The reader of thii paper will be pleased to
learn Dial tbere U at leant one dreaded diaeaae
ti.al science has beu able to cure in all III
atKr, aud tbat 1 Catarrh. Hall'i calarrb
lure la me only poaltive cure known to me
ine Ural Iraterulty. ( atarrn tielna a conatltu
tMiial dUeaae, reijulrea a oonatuuiional treat
ment. Hall'" Catarrh Cure la lakvn internally,
acting" directly ujon the tlooJ and mucoui
lur.aiei of the lyi'.em, thereby dattoying the
loun latlun of the tllaeane, and glring the pa
tient atrengih by building up the constitution
and anamiing nature lu dcing its work. The
prorietors have so much failh In ita curative
Miners that they offer One Hundred lAillari
lor any cane tbat It fails to cure, bend tor Uat
AMre. K. J. CHENEY 4 CO., Toledo, a
fkild by druggists. "6c.
liali's family fills are the best.
Tha number of laborers In the Indus
tries of r'ranca is about 5,500.000. Of
these, 400,000, on the average, cannot get
A TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE.
How a Veteran Was Saved the Am
putation of a Limb,
B. Frank Di remus, veteran, of Roose
velt Ave., Indianapolit, Ind., says: '
had been showing
symptoms of kidney
trouble from the time
I was muutered out of
the army, but in all
my life I never suffered
as in 1897. Head
aches, dirtiness and
sleeplessness, filet, and
then dropsy. I was
weak and helpless,
having run down from
180 to 125 pounds. 1 was having ter
rible pain in the kidneys, and the se
cretions pasted almost involuntarily.
My left leg swelled until it was 34
inches around, and the doctor tapped it
night and morning until l could no
longer stand it, and then he advised
amputation. I refused, and began us
ing Dotwi's Kidney Pills. The swelling
subsided gradually, the urine became
natural, and all my pains and aches
ditaipetired, I have been well now for
nine yeuis since using Doun's Kidney
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wagon saves uorse
power, time and tem
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Lard coating on axle, and
If you want your outfit
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while it lasts grease
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Just-an-pood" arc but Experiments, nnd endanger tho
health of Children Experience against Experiment.
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This wonderful ChU
nesa Doctor la called
crt'ut bvctiuae ha curva
iwopla without oiK-'ra-tlon
that ar g vau up
to dla, 11. curua wl.h
thoaa wondarlul I'hl-
ncaa herbn, roots, buda,
barks and v'-iubl'.
ihut ans antlrvly un
known to uu'dlial acl-
enca In this country IhrouuU tha uao of lh.
hurmlras rttmedla. This laiuoua doctor knows
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guaraa'tx-a lovuracitlarrh.ailhma, luns, Ihrout
rhi uuiatlam, nc rvouanraa, suiinach! livur, kld
nfva, ato.1 has tiundrels of t-'atiiiioutula.
t'liarirns niodi ruto. Cull and sea hint, l'a'tems
out of tha cliy wrlta fur blanks and circulars,
bund stamp, I'OKeiL'l TA i lO. kitliK
The C. Gee Wo Chinese Medicine Co.
1 62'i Drat St.. S. t. Cor. Morrison
Montiou vier Portland, Oregon
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