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COTTAGE GROVE, LANE COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1904.
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OrcRim mid Oilier
mime Is upending Hie Coiniinii,, ,,i:,. . . ...
liioiK-rly.-Oicuoi ),illv Im mini I 1 ' nn" ",l,'"t"'1 to
' ', " m J"UrUal- j"MNO,1rnl(irHlmv m.v (.(im.1U!lH
Manager I'. J. Ilutd (,f Hipiot iiiiPixiitilitin Miiiv bring horiuus
Vesuvius Mining ronipany, Ito- lr"'"l'li to n pioilueing mim,, miy
liemlil illnlilit, .stated tllii uinriiiiin Hum li-rir ttlciit. Hut. Orcfon i
Hint Ills new In-damp mill Wn; ni.w pi'.iti-en, from throw IrniibloH
pruetleully teiidy for i-iiiiimciirc. "i "II nlnum arising Hitien IH!IN. If.
Illi'lll ol (nu-ielliiim Mr K H.iriri.nl II... ..11.,
, I il .1.1111 ..-i ..... i.i..i , null, vm-
proitl iHlllCIIIIll IHHI IIIC cuino lo Itic . ity Sunday to vini liin tm.lny: "Mining co-partnriiHliipH,
Various Mining Camps nt
depailcd bom llohcilllu the nun him cnnti-nelM hminI lid .in writing now
cty wiih mi in place mid as himhi nn ""' for H-eonl, with thu lee-
I tin- iiereHs.iry tests hail been given ""''''i' "I i-uiiviiviiikich of the enmity
! the new plant, the Vesuvius Wulill wliniu Hit. chniiiM mo liicatid. Tim
lie milling me, Tin- iii-tuil Irani m-t rnlv m.ih tlniL i grub-stiik-
, will nKit In- ready liy the lime I In- ''"id' act musL also eutilnin thn
Hugo (Inivo hiirt i mill is mulling.
A com i"!"1"'' H'xifH i An ek-eunul win t to he put in
, .1... V ..yr VI Mil limiWtllV till llllt'rf mill Itt1tll ittill ... .. il
....... til IIM' - i-i'-iiviii hi run r mill, 11 111 l ill t n if-u I III
r.nu1"' . ' ...
.... i P.
lliir.1 ill viol
i,ll. null' I'V I'l" P. 'H.
.Hi. In llttl'llil til llllHl-
(1. . In h. Wliiln hmo
in thn city 1 Vi'Hiivitis nt j51e.it depth. tnkitiK
ii h supplies iih urn
niiiii 1 .
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V II !'
. I' f Ik 'nl
. 1 III,, ihmV nirii'irn mn
pmviT Iroiii thiMlyiiiiiim in the mill
Wlii-ii Hi n tunnel in pmprrlv vmi
lllatiil, 11 rrevv will lie p it in tlii-ip
idmIii to ilrivi (ill th' iiiinllfr vein
unlit the mum V Mivius tiHsntr ii
1 . 111 iiiiiiir of Hliirk
M im Miium, iicmtinr-
l .; WnlrtM, wliu it
, ln liuililitii; n( thn
, 1 1 i-im I thrmlKli llin
iiiimim nt thn imrtiim tlii'idlo, uml
llin iliinili. mi of tlin ciiitviii'l. nthi'l
wImh a mIiuII hi. mill uml vniil."
Thn nlTiTt of iImm Klntutii will pro
I'tI pmi'liiiKiirH of iniii'ilinH from
'v:i uliu-li ,,. coii, nut hv 1111J
'lilnjHH'f ilisi-oviir lmfiiin itirc.lmK
mi,'. MomI olil iiiiiri.i)rH nre
wiirkini; 'In 11 ruin iindm huinn nun
yIi" iihIh (hi. in to oniitiiiiin in thn
liiti-rnrctpil. Some mwi inu-ns iiit:-n
Ituin the sntiill vein lieinu fnllotvnl Ah ti iii iiHpnnlor Iiiuiki-h ! I lie mine n 35 horM-(.iKvcr elei lric
Oregon Securities Co., Cinnplctiiiu Most
Mxlcnshc Surface l:qulpmcnt In
Stale (1. II. Ilcnycn Nar
rates Pealurcs ol Laic
The completion ol most of the
stir lace equipment for the Oregon
Seriirities coiiipnnv was tepoiteil
lust cviMiitiK ly 15. H. Hciikimi.
M-crcliiry mill treasnrcT of the com
pany, lipfure hit departtiru for his
New York home Mr. HeiiKcn
has spent 11 week nt the property m
liohemm on one ol his letfiijnr visits
to krep in touch with the operations.
We nave recently delivered at
show tree nold, niidlia vehnjh value. 'r'"" nl"' I'fnlil.V I" niinlhi-r, he
to the ntv
u fnw 1I11.VH visit
I I'llllllD Htlllllll III)
I.W.I 111 11
. I mil i
,1 I ' r
Mr. Hard liiniii'ht
spu imriis taken from
nil's in which the yellow im-Ul
no. ins in wire for tum imii, nml is
pielly to look nt.
Ilefore he hint left I tie mine the
wiikoii road lo the (bem-Cnturailo
h nl lii-en iiiiupletcd. tins four miles
ol .lilhrult oik lit villi; leeu ilnue
liv Maunder Hard to open ilu
oipiKT property on which tli-u-lnp
lllrllt is helii pre-.-d. In the t.nv
oltln lower drift llien" i Ihn-c feet
nt i iiii.-r urr. nil ol tins width he
itiK ilisw.l sliippiiiK K'"l'- A
il irn Irnila luivn Vi'i-lo'it contract will pi'iliillllv lie
ll llll .
IP Ml ' 1
rt-lft l J
ll ; "
jjlUt I I. 1
mJ-UiI 111. 1 '
r, . 4 1 lii I "oil Hirnivml
. hi. I. .n't l IIS ! l"l.
ill I A'lttlllrt IIHMIU-
ii. 'ii i i' erei'k wnijiiii
1 1 i. t n.'ii cnilll'li'til'l
,,. ii 1.1 1.' to tlii iniiuv
. in. . 'ii nils Hiril lll 01
.ml, k ik lo rii'Ulll llin
,,i'i aiiiilnH kn
11 1 rll'IIU" In t'nt
sli 11 .'s cri'i'k roiid
. I I. 1 1 mid wliieh
. 'i 1 'i. I mill Iiiih
., 1 ii i i.i'imi ennteiii-
1 11 11 eoiilrniH
inn ri'i'fivn such from n half dii.i-n
ililT.'ipiil iMTHonN. f uny of thnsn
viii-'n , iiidiilliiitii I'liinpnntH. which
th old l nv t'uvii Nvmpailii'iii' licnr
liil4, ttnrn In hniijj n liii'iuien fur
enrn over mry Ineniion n pronni etor
miifht maki', hh has Ihuiii lh ensn at
llin 1)1 pijiiii uinu invitnrs would
imitnr to hnul orccats on Uie level
if the mnin adit to'the mine terminal
of the surface 1mm," said lie in
eiitimerntiiiK late work. "This
motor is the first used to the -tatc
nt a minitiR property. I helicve, and
will he put 011 n track runniiiR ffom
the Musiek tnine through the Ihr
cross-cut into Champion Ikimii
IwnWItlcH Jiimppd out unharmed; Knott, Sr., diod, "Duk," ns lin is
!:::!. !;!!,.xtus,ft"..ww,,ffifw i!,o;
uiiliurui"d Intl. was fpiirfullv frlnlit.
lied. At. Mich 1 1 r 1 11 hi 1 ill licliuvlor ot
llin Iiiikk.v ti'.lm? lo rim over tliem,
thin left tliem kiiiI uml IoiipI.v; lint,
1111 liiMueilliile effort of menial iiellnn
unfill iliivpliilipil II11. iirotii.r uplii.tiw.
inn 1111KK.V iHiiecii 111 iiio dry dockH pie" 01 iroo
for icpiili'H 11111J lipforn thn hiiii Imd
hid liirewell In Hh weHleni lllrllt lo
thn lonely two the wreck wim put lo
Ki'lhi'i'iind they ween HpccdliiK iiwu.v
ueroKM the (,'allioolii MouutiiliiH to
ward their ilcHlliintlon. We wish
them much Joy, a Ioiik mid happy
accompanied ly his mother, nnd
nftor iriapoctiou o( tlio mine, did
c.oiiHidcrnhlo dovolopmont, oponinn;
nnotlior lnrfjo body of rih ore,
from which somo of tho finest nam-
Kold over lirotiffht to
A WKLCOMM VISITOR.
I). Ii. Ladil, tlio Ntihjoct of this
Nkdteh, is 0110 of thn host known
hotel men on tho
Alontion of him
interns!, to CottiiKe Orovo, lioliomia
and Portland pnojilo. Jlr. Lndd
is ntjirenent chief elurk of tho Hotel
Itnprrinl. Portland, ono of tho host
appointed piihlin Iiousch in Orofon's
Tlio Koiitlemari haa eiijoyed j'ears
this city, was taken. Since then
nonmdcrnblo work lion henn done on
tho property, but not having his
affairs in property shapo, thus far,
Mr. Lndd hns not attempted to
reinstall mnchinory Hiiitnhlo for thn
reduction of thn ores.
With hundrei'.H of friends in this
city, thn annual appearanco of Mr.
Jjndd is always looked forward to.
Tho Knott mine, wliiln owned by
his rnoth'T is undor "Dun's" direct
I'aeifia Const 1 miporvision. nnd the many friends
is of particular i of thn fiiritlninnii will not be sur
prised lo Ionrn of ronownd opera
tions on tho proporly nt mi onrly
; rcHided over the
.if the InadiiiK hotels of thn Pacific
nasi, among which rnav he inon
iinnnd the Van Nuvs, Ld Angeles,
iwo , the ou turn", Sun Jose,
(ml liny until thn patent hml bei-n I When 11 tram is extended from In
i-il. 1 1 1 111-1:111 irvei in .'1111111HT eros -
t I to open the, Helena niiiu- from
I (.'hampiou tHde tin- molor will
licit Hop Yard hi tlio World. 1 haul ihf iars wnrkinr on this -
'I he jmki foot Irani, fimiiihis 1
ni. mod t'l milk"
. i.i-w rmil will
ti..- niiiiiiilinii ii
1 I., mid innr" kiiI 'I
I 1 1 hi InilliltllK of
let ill this tunnel for winter work,
nnd nun Iit of equal leulh o 1 the
Ulversid". wllicli is olsn showing
up well. Mr. Hard will return in
tile iros-rlv Weiluesdny of '.his
week. OreRiiti Daily Jounnl.
Dr. Oaledii' wis up in ll iliemin
las: week fur th purpose ol view
itlK the will: hei'iK dune nil Hie
pn p i lies helouKiu)' tn himself and
Mr ToppiuKt"" "f Silrni He
rep ills w 11k piorcsiillK and some
Itii liin' ore clU'oilllt"teil.
A week alio Tnesilav. a Dattv
(W I l H i 1. presuli'iit coiisisiiiin ol Seualot K M.Vuntcli,
iU lliii.ii.'""! Miiiiurne'uitiiK John Uaiker and Tom l'atker start
Cofili i'l I iiiiiiiu. ri'iuriiio Kl OM hlintlllK nip into
two lkilirii.iu Sni ii'lny, whi le tin tnoiitit ains above llarket's lancll,
jllfl ("r "ial 'la.'" Hupi'nn.j Henry Ve.ilch joined them lalci.
ktJiBfjlli.il.mil work mi lli fheyhail Veiy Kood uncross ami
Uioti null I i ini.' iiiHlnlleil on the Ht,uied for Imme Sunday. As a
InuuiK properly. .Mr. Mum- iiortinu of the toad to lie diiveii
OBln'iti'd tuiil "ii i rnuij Hiimiii
111 ium'I ami in" iniicuiuiirv
Wel, every pmt oikiuj smoothly
ul Mti'f 1 i.iruillx .
Tie unci irnm Irom thu tunnel
tilliemili I'iniiMi:.' 11 iIihIiiiico nl
wrljr -'nun li nt will lin coinpli'ti'il
Itm eek . ulii n l"'th mill and tram
.il U r. a.lj in turn over P tlm
All iitcvimis nold discoveries hnve
Wn cclqucd by strikes just an
mtiKilimtlir old CoiotiailoKHUiml
ntbclicait of the city of I.cnd
iJIf, Colorado The f'orouado
facovcty isol such inaRiiilude that
4 importance ol I.eudville, Colo
wlo, 111 the miniui: woild can
kuJIy he estimated. The value
ef the newly found deposit is
tstinutcd at Juo.ooo.tKX). The
Koie body is 1,500 feet Ioiik.
loofcetwule and 300 feet thick,
init of .1 sulphide cluiracler. The
Wntcrii Milling company, which
itprictically the CluKftenlieini lx
pwrallon company, under another
over was quite roun henalori
Veali h stalled ahead of the party
011 font, lieiii).; oveitakeu by Mr
New-comb who was driving to town.
He was lidinx' with him when a
few miles Irom town a fine buck
was discovered some distance ahead
ill the mad iimlertermiucd which
fence to jump. Newcomb wheeled
the team pailially around and as
tin- deer lose in the air to clear the
leitcc, tho Senator lired, the animal
however passed out of mejit. but
upon investigation was found a
shot l distance fiom the fence. It
Xiilwitli-Piti.l.iiir llin uufnvoriilili- i-on-liliiiua
hIii. Ii ihi-miii iluniitf l'n- pin
wnl -I'li-.in, ikii. A. Ii irr'n nns-1'i'.li-il in
Inn vi-lliiir nvi'i l!ln 1 hiiiimIh nl Imp" I.,
Iln -rip on Ii ii 1. iiiHii' '.unit fniir 1111I1-N
(rum Knui-iH'. In l'.si:t In- yield mi.
uvi-r '! m iiiilin. In tin- ii.-ri'. III I'HIJ II
u.i ,,vi-f '.'l.'ill puiiii.h In the iii-ie, iiipl
III MM) I a nun nvi-r JJ.1O p.illll.ls In I ha-m-i-i".
Tin niiiki-o a urilllJ tntill of nvnr UllV)
iiiiiiIii, 11 iii-m-riil iiveiriK" nl over 'JUKI
piilln.U in tin. cri' (nr Hie four niiisii-t.
1 1 v 1 ' vi-.ii -. mil- u( mliii-h vmi thn divi 't
llic-'in liix ' i'i i'XR-ili'iiii'i. Mr. Inr
ria Iiiik Hiiii. ili'lli'iliHtniUil niiiiill Unit
uii'li-r liililliiiiiit iiiniiK)ti'UiPiit Willn
iiieiit vnlli-v i"il ''in lint I"' niipiii-Mil 111
fertility in the ttiiiul.
Thu .Stale ol (Jri--nn, bum- uty In
1 particular', n'ill hnri' with Mr. Dnrns
nil' 1.11111111111 prinn 1111 ium'ii in inn iui
liDini'Niil HUi'i'i-i'S il 11 hop grower, and
villi not liegriulno htm Hip litn-pr tlnaii
cud it'turiiH he has earned hv liin Indus
try unit inlclllgciiif.
Wn tin Mi-1 me thn uorld Id ninku 11
hotter nlionini in lliu pant (our years.
Until Mich rhuuiiiK in ni.ule l.anr
coiiiilv will i-laiiii tn have (lie lii-sl imp
van! ill (lie iini Id
II 11 belter mIiuaiiik is mailt' it will he
iiihiIp in Hip Stale nl Ori'ipm. KiiKf nc
Old Axe a Disease. Not a Condition.
Had I'ouce le Leon lived until
of experience in his enlliiiL', linvitig J today he need not have come to the
'. . .. r, . Mm lir..,l,l ..C nfllin fniinLln
nunirs 01 ninny 1 " .iv.7l mi. lu.m.uiu
01 eternal youiii. un 111c contrary,
he might have combined the
pleasures of the P'rench capital
I'ut Professor Metehnikoff, of the
Pist -iti Institute in Paris says that
old an", instead of being acondition
1-. a di-Lise; that, in fact there is no
sii, n lin.ig us old unc
i In disease, according to 1'iof.
M-tcli'i'l:o, iscaus(fd by Hie .-ution
1.1 , it.r.ii germs (Mlled pha'jcytes,
w. ii' l) wander about the body in
si-diih of other disease germs.
A hen they cannot find these the,
t.-i-.i upon things which they nhonld
Tom (iiiriliii'i uml Hoii-ln-law, X.
I-'. Illi'e. wen-In I lie cll v Tlinrsilay.
Mr. linrdiiprls lliiciuaii for the Tele
plioiie Cn., on the Till Inue Urovc uml
i:iklll'llll MS'lloll. mill WIIHCIllll'll out
lo maki' Home uii'iti'd repairs in the
Shiirlrlilne hlnllnn, wlieie Home
trouble has existed of lute 1 lin n
to Hie null. is n giavil'
sisilion, and will need 110 p ivr
"The 3'i-sliiuip mill linsnUn
completed, the ue.v tr.ttislnrr.
in the dj niimo room at Hie 1
have liceu placed and the u-diun "
)lanl is ready for ore The 111 h
cross-cut is approximately ino ic. '
from the point where it -1:0.11.1
open the ch.impion 11m. '
present owing tn low water, wli" 1
is unprecedented in the distrn t .
have powei for but abotil one -tnir
with the mat linn- dulls mid m.il;i
only four feet per day in th- rjss
cut. As sonn as lams si-1 in Iwo
lllfts will be put ill the face dm -
nig 8 to 10 leet pcmlay, and in less
than 30 days there.iitcr tin? Uliam-
iilou vein will nc opeueo 011 me-
deep level. , A drifting crcAV has eightnen tnontlis; tho St. James
just been put in the lvxcelsior vein, snn Joso, two and one half jenrs;
which we cross-cut recently. 1 111s tho Kenyon, Salt Lako Uitv, fivo
fissure has a width of 53 feet where 1 months, nnd now of tlio Imperial for
the tunnel intersects it and the drift 1 nearly a year.
stalled is 011 Hie foolwall, where thel 'n,0 hotel business is Mr. Lndd's
highest grade of ore is found. I chosen profession, and it can ho
wn.!. NOT UK CAi'fillT aoaim ', truthfully siiiil that his study is to
"Uur water for power being short 1-luaf.o tlio houso over which ho pre
wc are faced with the necessity of nides. Hois n man of splnndn
providing agaiitst such an occur- personnel, rehned courloons am
euce next x-ar or when there may ever with nil watchful oyo 111 behalf
be another" season so dry. This j of those who throw themselves upou
will be done by installing another "ii
Iniliiiin nml iltrMlftWk IIP Iihv nr nbnvi-1 III CottllgO Grovn
D 11. LADD
Curtis Veatch Finally Succeeds
in Killing the Large Black
Bear that has Eluded
Dogs and Hunters
For Six Years.
Curtis Veatch who lives near
the head of Silk Creek, some miles
west ot the city, has the honor of
killing the largest black bear which
has been seen in this locality for
lfor some six years his bear
ship has been seen and many at
tempts have been made to bring
him down but until Saturday lie
had succeeded in eluding both
dogs and hunters. Saturday even
ing when it grew time to bring in
the stock, Mr. Veatch took his gun
called his dogs and mounted his
horse, started to bring them in.
While traveling through the woods
the dogs caught the first scent of
the bear which evidently had just
crossed the road and at once gave
chase. Veatch tollowed for a short
distance and then rode along a
1 rail in a general direction taken
by the bear and dogs,
Froui the baying of the hounds
it was evident the bear was swing
ing back to the starting point mid
soon Veatch discovered him climb
ing a tree, the dogs having over
taken him. When the bear was
I ,ne, alone, and 111 (ills manner about sixtv-feet from Hie irrnnnd
impair Hie health of the body. a ball was sent between its
line nay uie learned proiosor shoulders. Mr. Veatch says the
bear seemed to spring backward
some 15 or 2o feet from the tree
and then fell, striking on a
fallen tree; breaking it jnto
several pieces. Although probably
un-necessary another shot was
added, when the bear ceased to
move. sNaturally Mr. Veatch was
pleased to add this, the largest one,
lo his already long list of bears
Thebear was purchased by the
Commercial Club and .will be
mounted and placed on exhibition
111 the Clubjrooms.
W. 0. w.
l-'roin now on nnd during tho win
ter the Woodmen of the world will
meet at 7:!!0 o'clock.
mi . 11 .us . 1. .." ...... .... -...v. , . oul. kl.v nmile mid then
is learned Hie .senator nisi inougiii lu..nilpmencontlnupil their Inspir-
of driving the deer to the city, but
as he would have to pass nut
I.andess' house, concluded to take
110 chances. So shot the deer at
(lRUII-STAKI'S NOT MI-NACI- TO
oipgnn Didly Jiiriml. 1
Thn Inst suit over thn Oregon j
King mine, involving a glub-stnko
Hon lo I liU cll.v. Mr. (iiirducr re
ports the line In e.celleiit ciiudllluff .
" Woman's Mnmialne" Is mi Illus
trated In the Interest nl tin' "Ameri
can Woman" The "W.iiuun'N Mnnn
zlne" Is mi cduciitoi-iind should be in
every household. Subscribe for It.
Only 10c per your. Pon't send
Hi Til 1. ltiiiuroiiii.
:::i:' .im-kNim st.
Why Pev the Tailors
f ' O t,-s
Of other cities from eight to twevlc
dollars more for a suit of clothes,
when you can save the same amount
by buying an up-to-date suit at our
store. The famous : : :
Cvistom Tailor-made Suits
The best materials used, the latest
cuts and styles. Call and examine
a nd be convinced. : :
Gar man Heme nw ay Co.
LOADERS IN MERCHANDISE.
the present plant, to use the same w u k 'own oj - , ,
water twice. This will enable us visits here am 1 his connection with,
to tide over the dry spell. In wet . not only the oldest but one of the
weather, which will be most or the riches mines in ohemin District,
year, we will have more power than ! tlio "Knott Mine,' tho first patented
vo , use. This iranrovement1 proporly in tho district, and upon
... 1 ...1 ...i :...ii.i
will not be taken up until
eiperls to discover an nntlpliagocy
11. serum, or lymph, that will con
(me tlu-se epicurean germs to their
legitimate diet. Wlien that time
comes no one need die, at least not
btluie he has attained the age and
I'.is.-retioii of a Methuselah, a
Chauucey Depew, a Henry O. Davis
or a Tom Plait.
Professor MetclmikofTs advice to
tuanWitid at present is the shop'
worn injunction to be careful about
diet and to practice temberancc in
Unfortunately it is much eaeier lo
grow old than it is to follow advice.
Meanwhile, until Prof, Meteh
nikoff discovers a phagocytic
regulator, persons desiring to live
to a green old age should come to
Chicago, where the death rate is so
low that even Honce de Leon, were
he alive, would be satisfied with it.
! It is to be hoped, however, that
I the French savant will succeed in
I training the phagocytes to act as
jsj sensible phagocytes should.
An extension of the Oregon &
Southeaster:! railway track is to be
taken up at once. We iutciid to
build this year to a point about
so mites Irom Cottage Grove, which
will bring us to the liouuds of the
forest reserve. Two miles of this
extension has been graded and rails
...:n 1., r;.r ni mini. U'liin this
will liu lam ... -- .. , , ,
...nrt- i i.. nrncress tiradimr will be ! California, during
pressed on to the point indicated.
"Development has been resumed
In the Musick mine, n crew having
been put on the No. 6 level to drive
that drift beneath the ore bodies
opened in Nos. 4 and 2. No 2 will
bo driven on through to secure
Mr. Ileugen is highly pleas:d
with the situation at the mines and
loots forward to important develop
ments in Ilohemia within anotberi
year, when the plants now being
perfected are producing bullion.
Oregon Daily Journal.
The latter part of Inst week CM.
Dnrllnir nnd ('. 0. .Murphy passed
I through Oottng-e Urove on their'trlp
l.v liliv-f...u Inn. 1.1'erv nliit.i ril t-lw.
nnd upon I Union." They must complete their.!
.vi 1 wliieh wns installed tho first stnmp 1 trip by next May In order to wb
...111 l,.ni, lit iiln llin illQtripf lliu 11 C.UI.-I .1 lln.ll nun in.',.-i luuu
n . ... ' ..,.i i... v They lmve already covered 47S5 mild
ima piupuiij ,,au..uc.. uj umi ,mHaed through 17 states.
Knot, senior, who operated the , . ,
property for n number of jenrs jlr nnd Mrs. C. W. Cnldwell nfld
taking out mauy thousands of dol-1 young son, returned lust week from
lara in cold. Later ho patented tho , a two weeks visit nt Stnton nnd
ma lui.iuiii'j " nu.
sonal clmrgo ol tho works. I
Alter n numi)or 01 years spoui in , lu,Ht ot
which time Jlr. i Uogiite.
I K.'ilpin. ntti-nillnn- Mm Htnln 1,-nlp nt
Wlildoshlein of Siileni Is n
her dnughter .Mrs. .Mny
.Mth. -If ilu .Smith nnd dnughter of
OKden, (fifth, who lmvo been visiting;
Airs. LrM. Thompson for -everal
weekH,fdei)nrted Tuesday fiu their
.Sclunltt. who visited over
Sujidny with her parents, returned
,to Kuwne .Monday.
J. II. Layno of Chambors, Holt
county, Nebraska, arrived hero with
his' family last weok and will re
main during the wintor. Tlio
family consists of father, and two
sons, Mr. Layno has boen engag
ed in business linos ami in stock
raising in Nebraska.
A great specialty for school boys
nre tho shoesat Davldson'H.
!" M n ebR fit f3a b
i a u i
Tho followliiR coniinuulciitlon
iviichcd tho NiiKBi'l olllco too lute
i, , ...Lit,... iinn Inst week:
Ainoiiir the many good things
n.iif iinu liniiniMied In nnd about
London or at least to one ot Its c tl
ens was tho inni'ilauo of iuuim
Wltte. who was the luekv num. N "
nil congratuliito -Mr. Wltte on Ills
lucky Htrlke, heliiKono of oiu l est
youiig men In H'" coniinunlty 1
l.avlng been miK-m1 tn kivpliiR
batch for ten or tllteen years. at
.. i..i.,i .. i, inn.,, iiih tu-ciiieii. 1 1" i
br do ol this luil'py, ''"I"'', w?lt$
. ..i.. it l ..I S iruitit I' III? VII IC.V
l.lllll JllllVfllU "...II .....I
... i. .... ii-ii,. u'iih well uml
Mliy known ..h one ol tljo best ,
nnd handsoinest young 1m I
cVmple howiver thei-o Is always
somo sour Willi tho Hwwt. leu!
Mr. Wltte Htnrted on his we lliiK.
tour uuil was starting to take In ti e
I'alr at ICugene, while fiolm,' ,
steep little hill mw t"" " .'dVls
ranch, a breast strap broke tn this
let tins torntuo loosoand the. IniRRJ
l-iiHlied on the horses but All. nine
dh not "lose hi Wltte us he was no
yot to tho curt ol lil wltte; so tno
! 1 I A
ore oi laroains
For this week We will sell
Ladies Shoes, dull finish at $1.00 pair.
Ladies Vice Pat tip, Extension Sole $1.50 "
Misses District 70 button at $1.00 pair
Or lot of Mens, Some high cut others regular
Lace tip and plain toe $2.50, $2.25, $2.00
Sells at $3 .50. Just the articles for Outing
and Hop Pickers.
Our new clothing is in the Store and a
dandy line all on hand from
Old Stock Go Oiitatllediiceil Prices.