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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1907)
I. Mm rnuiHi of nil humor, ruptloiin,
boll, jilmpIrK, NHrofuloiiN "ore., fcniMiift
fir milt rlnMim, it well it of rlmuma
Hhiii, riilurili mid oilier trouble. Tim
C.riMtti'nl lilmxl rt'incily (or ull Ihrna
t rouble, proved by It mii-Uulol
record of cure, in
In tmiml llcjiil'l form or In clmrolnteil
tutii i known hn Saraatdb. imidosc $1.
I' rr ma fur.
Ttm owl wim iixlioiiliiK tli jnylilnl to
"I kiinw I'm . toimh iriipnlilin." nr
know Icilxml Mi Jny. "Hut liow i-nn yon
ftpcrt in to I it in out n new lent when
th tree nr only In ImiiIV"
'I'lifii with a iniH'k iiif wrrnm, lin wen!
ntnl atolt a unit tlml a trulliig rolilu bail
Mother! will flnil Mrs Wlnilnw ix.thln
lyriii the t. rmnrilr to low lor llilrcliUlro.i
aurluK iti teething period.
rorcn at llaliH.
Poor fellow! I to Mtmtlfd tlio French
Intiuunge for tlire yciir."
"Vmi tlon't miy?"
"Ye, iiihI thi'ii hi went over to I'nrl.
ntnl tried hi iM'ht to iiins ii n u nutlvu
"Wit In mufitiMfiit?"
"No, hu wim trl'M'il upon om word.
When In- hud oii'iinIoii to write mm'
Ih furot an J wruto 'Slum.' " Clilcnifu
Shak Into ur Mtoc
A!ln'a J'. Mil A oil'r. Jt makes llfh"
cir iik w - li ! I ea.y It In vnr tut ri r tire lo.
ftvi-tihi(, i-slimta anil ll, tlnM, ftfliiiitf Icrl.
Willi ! nil I'niKtflala. I'rli'U '."'. 'I I 11 irk-
Kn n,!l. . Kill I'.. Adillua Alien b. Olwall,
t ili.j, iur Vutk.
Secret iiry Tuft wim. on ono xvn-
loll, cnllftllltlltlotl wltll Senator 1 !!
row of IVihim) Iviiiiln. Tin Secretary
U k'lfinll1-, iind tlio Setiiitor U taller
nml wHj;li inoru thuii any iik-iiiImt of
While thine two MtntoMincn were In
tnrnct conversation, nil iiKn-nalv. jmi-ltl-lun
piidi-HVonil to enter th room,
tmt mi nlurt awrct.iry jiollti-ly Inter
fered. "Whnt nre they dolii( In there?" ak
1 tht txilltlrlmi, lu.iiWltlvriy.
Till Impertinent ijiK'Hllnii nettled th
i4MTtnry, and hn iiiiKwered, tersely:
"Il'ilillnjj n innK iiicttlnu, I lireauuii'."
DOES YOUR BACK ACHE?
Profit by tha Exprlnc of Oni Who
Hat Found i3liaf.
Jame It. Kecller, retired furnior, of
FcnntT St., Car.enovU, N. Y., naya:
"About IKtrn yciir UK" I mifftH-d with
my I nick and kidney.
I dx'tortd and utcd
many romlin with
out roliid. Ko
KinniiiK with Doan
Kidney I'iIIh, 1 found
H'lli-f from tho llrHt
lox, and two tMixtii
rctitirtsl me to ol,
oiitid condition. My
wlfu nod ninny of my fricndi hae umivI
JViiui't Kidney 1'illn with x remilta
and I ran cnrnetttly riH-oiiuiirnd them."
Sold hy all dcalfra. M) cent h box.
Kiwter-Milburn Co., BufTalo, N. Y.
Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove
Because it's clean.
Because it's econom
ical. Because it saves
Because it gives best
Because its flame
can be regulated
Because it will not overheat your kitchen.
Because it is better than the coal or wood stove.
Because it is the perfected oil stove.
For other reasons see stove at your dealer's,
or write our nearest agency.
Made in three sizes and fully warranted.
with latest Improved burner. Made of brass throughout
and beautifully nickeled. An ornament to any room,
whether library, dining-room, parlor or bedroom. Every
lamp warranted. Write to our nearest: agency if not at
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
1 ISOO UI'O at A T r. D)
Are always reported when
Seeds are planted. Why ?
best on this Coast. Our
Annual tells all about our
Aia fur Book N.
al Traaa. Wiivba,
Trp''' C'aleh Cot.
Tho i-inployi'r lookod on with pn
r.lid iipr'nnlon whllo tin new HfiMiog
nijiher pnriled tlio typewrlli-r m'roHa
tho room mid phwcd It on n chiilr In
tho I in iiK'i 11 ( t iii'IkMioi'IukxI of n at wim
"I'll Ik ready In Junt n minute, Mr.
tr ," who an Id. "Tin lyewrlter cot
eold while the lu iit wait turned off, nnd
It nthkN driaiiriilly."
"Horn the eold nffect them?" lie
nnkeil, "'riiat'a nomellilii); new."
"Ven. air. I find that It ihwa, very
mill li. Homo mai'lilni'N n'iiliit ly take
isild 'if 1 1 r t lorn; In n eold room. I I'M
i" pi'i-lally hit'd on old iinn'lilne. that
nri' prelt.v well worn, maldnif them very
lliiiiiiuiai;eiih!e Hotiiet Iniex, I've known
the cold to remain In nn old one until
It hiul been M'Vernl hour In n warm
room, when It Ki'iuluiilly hemmc belter;
hut usually a mai'liliie ytelilw to tliri-o
or four minute of warmth." New
ftKnklK 'I ban.
'"I'haw- " hi'iiu Mr. Sluhb tho
"Thaw!" Miinpped Mr. Stuhh, Irrltn
hly. ".Now, look here, Maria, If you
hi'ifln to talk nlxnit tho Thaw trlnl I
i will leave thu houne. I am nick of heur
liik' iilMiut It and '
"Thaw " .
"Iildn't I tell you to atop? Tht Thaw
argument In a nulK.uice and "
l! ut Mr. Slulih wn nipplui; on tlia
klt lien tn Me with the rolling pin.
"lliioraiii!ii !" alio hlnneil. "Will yon
Rive n Mor, weak wir.nan n ehnnee to
K t In n word? I mn not talking nhout
the Thaw trial. I wnn merely telllnjc
ou to ko out nnd thaw tin plpea. Of
j ull the "
i Hut Mr. Stuhh had fled with tbo kot-
Ho of hot water.
I'rlrn nt I'rollrlf nef ,
Herkimer J.-men, the well known ael
rut I Nt. wmm tnlklni; In New York nhout
the hill of $'.'.'. (i XI that lr. I rnnk Hill
liik'i preKontisl to thu Marahall Field
"It m-eriipi n Mk fee," mild Prof.
Jame. "Hut whenever phyalelnna'
fee neem ex'orllouate I think of a
(i I t ii In faniouN eve apeclallst.
"A patient of thla Mpcelallat'i coin
ing to pay his hill, growled:
"Tloctor, It Heems to me that $.V0
I n bK rlinrjco for that otemtloii of
mine. It didn't take you over half a
"'My dear nlr,' the other nnawered,
'In learning to perform that oerutlou
In half n minute I have MpoUed over
fleven peek a of auefj eyes an youra.'"
Oa Wmon) Alnl Krvlabt Train.
In tho fnp of (Jood Hoh eolony
many of tlu abort rail road lirnnehea
nnd pxti'iiftlona do not pay on account
of oj wngoii xmpi'tltlon. In tho report
for the year ltm.", recently Ixntied, tin?
tratllc manager of one of the linen re
jKjrU In regard to a now nlni tii'ii-mllo
branch that na there wnn a very plenti
ful nupply of wagons and an abundant
ai'pply of grnH during tho aeuaon ox
wagon rate riihtl low nnd tbo railroad
ntH-urvd little general trafllc.
Frlnd of Cnnlit!at Hinno, liow ar
you getting along with your camjiuigu?
Candidal No; Infamously. Haven't
you fn tho o;iptNitiou paper?
cannot be equaled
for lta bright and
steady light, simple construction
and absolute satety. Equipped
Portland Seed Co.'s "Diamond Brand"
Because we sell you the kinds that grow
handsomely Illustrated and descriptive
Seeds, Plants, Roses, Spray Pumps.
brooders, Poultry and Uee Supplies.
oU W. alas hav a tpaelal aalalof
Si.'. Book Na. 261 !'a an raquaat..
BVOW ROLLERS OF VERMONT.
Nlmpl lllr'ln !' for Kplnj
lllliwr l,aMll4 All Wlnlfr,
Know roller nro inwd fitennlvely In
Vermont nnd older Slate tit the north
tii border, anya the S.rliigfli Id Hepul
llenn. The nnow roller In no new con
trlvmice, hut ban lieen In uo In Ver
tnont for ninny yearn. Nearly nil of
tho Vermont townnhlpn own nevernl.
It baa never been dlMiaied by n inoro
modern device for opening the winter
roadn, mid ban proved to he not only
the eimlcMl ntid Ik-m j M-t lueaiin of over
ouilng drift", but nl) In u producer of
Ix-tler winter roadn.
tine lined In the town of I'ant Hard
wb'k ban been In service for twenly
yearn. It ban rollern, both of which
lire nil fi-et In diameter, each nine feet
wide with n apace of about nine Inchon
tictwoon. Thun It will be wen that the
whole roller preneutn n total width to
the roadway of marly twenty fn-t,
enough to make ample room for trallio
by going over a roadway once. Thu
rollern are uMiially drawn by four heavy
liorHj-n mid are taken on elroultn that
vary from nix to nine mllen In length.
Of courno the rollern cannot ur
mount nil drlftn, nml the men who ac
company them nre often obliged to get
down and ahovel. Hut even then tho
final rcHiilin arc way mid beyond Diono
obtained by the plow method. The
rollern, heavy In thouiHolven, nre often
hallantod, and they prick the nnow down
Into nn even roadway that In without
rutn and In not cut up oitMlly. An the
winter progress', with alternate thawn
mi Htormn, nnd each nucivedlng nnow
fall In packiil down by the rollern, a
road of remarkable durability resultn.
The hard, frozen roadwayn renlnt the
coining of nprlng for n long time, pro
longing the "iHiing" through the nil
gar MciiKon, mid obviating to a largo
dog re the iimuiiI bad going of nprlng.
The roadn hint no 1 mg that when they
finally do Hiicciimb It In rajildly. owing
to the iidvnin-ed nun, and the mud and
kIuhIi In kooii gone.
LEGAL IHTORMATIOlf. J
Where A holdn a mortgage on n farm
nnd iiKslgun the name to It, mid H an
nlgnn the name to C, only C need to
give a HatlnfiK-thin of the mortgage
when tho Kline In paid. Hy recording
the iiHsdgiimoiita of mortgage, the
record allow that C In the owner there
of, and that he In the proper party to
aatlnfy tin mortgage.
One ban no. right to ahoot a Ktrnnpe
dog, that almply hapHnn nhout hla
' Iireuilnen, nnd In liable to the owner
In any damages for ho doing. One,
' ho wove r, ban the right to nhout a dog
that In a n ill mi in -e because of bin kill
, lug aheep or oilier unlmaln, or bi- 'aviso
of the likelihood that he will otherwise
do Injury to n party either lu jktsoij
The railway company Is not liable
for killing a calf uon a public cross
ing, unh'KM It could have nvoldetl the
' killing by due diligence. The railway
I company In bound to fence Ita track
nnd In liable foe damugen done to all
Htock straying upon the tracks because
of u failure to build auch fence, ujioi)
the thiHiry that nuch killing In through'
the ih'k!Ik,''' of tlio railway. Uut It
la not bound to look out for Btock uion
"When a ttnt'hor In a public wliool
of a common tu'liool dlslrk't In Mlnnc
nota refUHca to jmy his board bill, can
tho wnjccs of Kuch tt'!iolir bo gar
n Is heed In order to recover payment of
such bill?" Ana. Yes. Count leu,
towna, cities, villager and school dlu
trlcta are liable to ganiltiliiiieut In Mlu
rieoota, the eauic aa Is an Individual,
Blnco llKM. As n general rule public
coriwratloiiH are not garnlxhatile, upon
the ground that It is against public
policy, but the statute, lu many States
have changed tho rule, ns It nhould be,
There Is no more reason why a mu
nicipality should not be garnlshablo
than a railway company, a corporation,
or any Individual.
"Does n railroad company have to
coiiHtruct crossings for farms?" Ans.
"Any railroad company constructing a
railroad so as to leave a part of a
farm on either tilde of the railway,
shall construct a proper farm crossing
convenient for such farm." This pro
vision seems to apply to the road when
It Is first put through. Another pro
vision of the statute provides that
"persons owning laud abutting uiou a
railroad may construct at their own
expense, crossings and drains In such
place and In such manner as not to
Impair tho use of such railroad, which
crossings and drains shall bo main
tained and kept in repair by the com
pnny." From this it would seem to
follow that tho railroad companies nre
not obliged to put In crossings for
fnrins that have been cut up after tho
railroud was put through.
Some ICiioouraneiaeut at Least.
i "So tho editor sent your iHieiu back
to you," remarked the sympathetic
"Yes," replied Woodby nhlmos.
"Er yes: lie paid my 'handwriting
was quite promising.' " Philadelphia
On Man's Opinion.
"What'B your opinion does the man
or the woman have the better time lu
"That's as old as Adam and every
body knows he got the worst of It"
Mu Hair is
Do you like It? Then why
be contented with It? Have
to be? Oh, no! Just put on
Aycr's Hair Vigor and have
lone, 'hick hair; soft, even
hair; beautiful hair, without a
single gray line in It. Have a
little pride. Keep young just
as long as you can.
"1 tn nftfn y-htt old, n4 nntll r
rntilij my hnr w.i vrj yry, hut In fw
wih, Ar' llnlr Vlor ri-'rrl th natnr.l
e,l'ir t,, my lilr iinw tlir U rit rrmy
lialr l i . !!." J, W. lUDIMJ, Jloutiivr
kXad tr J. C. Ayir Co., lowall.
o iunurMlurr of
I'li-aaaiil for Mlrr.
"I never knew before what tho little
fill in i iey back of the ga.s Move was
for," said tin? girl nn !ic came out of
the kitchen nnd ntood In tho doorway,
"but I know now. It wan built for
the mice. There In a nest of them In
there now nn nice nnd warm an can
Helps the Wagon up
The loail 6(-etn9 lighter Wagon
o::d team wear lonrjr You make
nioro money, and have more time
to male money, when wheels are
Mica Axle Grease
The longest wearing and most
sutibfactory lubricant in the world.
STANDARD OIL CO.
When you buy
These and many
other good points
are combined in
Tbu cant afford '
to buy Ay other
J -5 I
J TrW CO ttCh'H Ut A.
tqwi coa co wm
Th man of the house had shown the
caller the leak? roof, the insecure founda
tion, the unfinished upper rooms, and tbe
generally wretched condition of tbe preui
iie. "Now." he wild, "I think you oupht to
make the assessment about half what it
was last year."
"You must have misunderstood me, Mr.
Gimpawitch." remarked the caller. "I
didn't say I was the assessor. What I
said was that my name is KIsessor. I am
thinking of buyinir some property (a this
neighborhood." Cbicazo Tribuue.
Young rrof. McGoozle was calling on
"Duckie," said her younger brother,
who happened In, "you don't get your hair
all tousled up now like you used to do
when Mr. Kleengawn was comin' here."
"You impudent boy !" exclaimed his
sister, indignantly, but retaining her self
possession. "You go right back to the
sitting room, and stay there 2"
The Kind You Have Always
wv m m w
ture of Chas. II. Fletcher, and lias been made under his
personal supervision lor over HO years. Allow no ono
to deceive you la this. Counterfeits Imitations ntid
Just-as-pood" are but Experiments, nnd endanger tho
health of Children Experience against Experiment
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare-'
Koric, Drops and Hoothlntr Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium. Morphine nor other Narcotio
substance. Its at?e is its guarantee. It destroys AVornis
nnd allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea- nnd "Wind
Colic. It relieve. Teething" Troubles, cures Constipation
nnd Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho
Htoiuat h and llowels, giving healthy and natural bleep.
Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TH SNTU COM!.. T HUy TICT, HW VOR OITT.
Cnm panlnnahlp nf rinnki.
Will you go and gooilp with your
hoiiKemald or your stable boy when
you may talk with king nml rpioenn,
while thin eternal court In open to you,
with 1 1 m noelety wide an the world, mul
titudinous nn lis da.VK, the chosen nnd
th" mighty of ccry place nnd time?
Into that you may enter nlwn.vn, In that
you may lake fellowship nnd rank c
cording to your wlh. F rom that, once
entered Into It, you can never bo out
ca t but by your own fault. John Kus-kln.
licft nt foinlnic f pt h, na k .
Can an earth'piako te "felt" np
proa hlng ns a ahower of rain can lx
f'lt and a fall of mow? On the kl
vlera In I 'ns" the borhcn labl their earn
bii'k mid gave every nlgn of nneanl
Iiesn. Ill Chile tho birds have been
observed to fly Inland Jiift before n
convulsion. In Tiilciihuano In 1H::." all
the dogs fb-d from the city. Then: nc
tionn, of course, as a scientist who bun
collected n valuable li.t auggentn, niay
be mere fliiclden.f.s, for birds will fly
Inland and kittens In-come nervous
when no earth'piako In nigh. On tho
olher hand, on the lower nnlmnls are
singularly sensitive to nny changes of
weather and to, iressure of the nlr
they "may even In: conscious of sub
terranean movements which do not
come within human ken or are even not
detectable by the most delhato Instru
ments." MOWKD K. W'UT'lS -AMnwf !! fheml".
Ir:viiip, 'oirfa.if h i in.-i prl-: Onbl,
I Mlvrr, l- J, II ; I '.,!, fllTr,; . ; li,!il, 6.-; Zlncor
; I nfipT, $1. yanlilu t-nta. M milun -nv.ip an4
t full pr'ri- llt -lil oa 'pil'-atlnri. Coet rol and 1 rn-
Llrw..'u ...llclteO. i-tfcruci l.t.rtxina4 iSar
BRING YOUR TOOTH TROUBLES TO US
Before Going Clacwhcre.
DR. B. r. WRIGHT,
342S Waahington St. Portland, Oregon
The latt lptil r-.ncprnlne the contrtir
tlon of the ' i.li az New York Air Line Kail
roi" will t found In the '-Air Line Newn,"
h hi' h can m L'l free of any expenae by writ
SOUTHWESTERN SECURITIES CO.
Is Ctii!p a Can El Bcagtit in ttii East
Oalivery Much Qciciiar Write Cs Today
NOTICJC The (ullnwlng announcementi are
from leading buhlneaa men anl tirma. and are
well worthy your cartful rpaillnit. The lit
may contain just the propoaiiiou you are look
110.00 DOWN 110.00 MONTHLY
Send In tor booklet (leseriMr.ionr g-uaxailteed
Investment' at Jamieson Park, a auburbof
An investment here enloys all the seeuritv
ami protection offered by a FuriiiK bank or
life insurance company, but the return will
net from 6o jer cent to'loO per cent on the in
veatment. let n mall you full particulars; a postal
card wi.l bring them.
BARCOCK A MOS3
Spokane, Washington National Bank. Ref.
EAST GREEN AC RES
The only tracts on the market where you can
contract to nell your crop. Ten trains a day.
A liuniisnce of water. Price fUai.OO per acre
Buy payments come in or write for partieu-
ar"' BEECH ER & THOMPSON
ARCADIA ORCHARD TRACTS.
f 10.00 a month will buy you a IVOOO'.OO bear
ing orchard. We clear, plow, plant, irrigate
and care lor your orchard four years. The fruit
will make your payments after that. Postal
card will bring free book.
WE BUY Timber Lands from owners
ei'AKKS BKU., li Bernard, Spokane, Wash.
Coeur d'Aleno Reservation will open soon;
choice land 25 miles from Spokane. Coeur
d'Alene Reservation Agency, IMS Exchange
building, Spokane, Wah.
Uoucrht lins borue the si ir na
Banking by Mail
On raving dcpoits of a dollar
er more, compound! twice
every year. It is jut a easy
to open a (Savings Account with
us by Ma I as if you lived next
floor. f-md for our free book
let, "Banking by Mail," and
learn (all particular. AJlrt-si
Oregon Trust 8c
Sixth and Washington Sts.
The Portland Tile and Mantel Co.
W ill In: pla ! lo ifiv- von rartlrulftr. Hboitt
l!t Ixaiitifiil trmie, Mmalr, tiiamle'l
n1 Kni ntic Tilt-, Hliol,-ale ml retail.
JAMES C. BARKER, Prop.
217 Marquam Bldg. Portland, Oregon
All ftna 1 K W , ( i .
Pulil (WllLm. r. H.I.' I . ,
C. Gee Wo
Roct and Herb
His made a life s'tidy cf roots and herfcs. ar.i In that
e:uiy disosvered and is giving to the world his won
No .Mercury, Poison or Drugs I'sed He Cures
Without Operation, or Without the Aid
of a knife.
He guarantees Cure Catarrh. Asthma, Lune,
Threat, Rheumatism, Nervousness. Nervous Debil
Vy, Stomach, Liv?r. Ki-iney Troubles: aiso Lest
Manhood. Female Weakness and All Private Diseases
A SURE CANCER CURE
Just Received from Peking, Chin Safe, Sure
IF YOU ARE AFLICTED. DON'T DELAY.
DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS.
If you cannot call, write for symptcn blank and circu
lar. Inclose 4 cents in stamps.
THE C. GEE WO CHINESE MEDICINE CO.
162i First St., Cor. Morrison,
Please Mention This Paper.
A. B. CHASE PLAYER-PIANO
Doe not enlarge tho Instrument or
change style of case; mechanism all below
keyboard; operates piano action abstract
direct, and precisely as regular piano keys
do, securing the same expression as the
artist can by hand; can be entirely removed
from the piano in five minutes' time, and
that without tbe use of a screw driver.
Write for Free Booklet
SHERMAN, CLAY & CO.
SPOKANE. SEATTLE, PORTLAND.
Wash. Wash. Oregon
Pt N. U.
WHEN writing- to kdvertUer pl I
luentloia thl paper. I