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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1906)
Devotee to tiic Mining, Lumbering and Fanning Interests of tliis Community.
COTTAGE GROVE, LANE COUNTY OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1906.
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Cottage (irovc Man is Inventor j u
of Process to Atakc Cuts
for Newspaper Work.
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through In 111 vi iitmii nf a pn,ii-H
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Jim. S. Stiles, Clii. fuf 1". .lin n!
liucnc, mi I.'i't Tlmis.l.iy mlit
.shot himself nl tin- nl I tuniif i v
yr n, ratlin than I o r the .It,
grace nf a ch'iig" i,,, , ,i p...
wan about tu be nUlii.l i.;;aius
l;or Miiinu t wn weeks an investi
gation Ii.in been going which u
sulto'l in lhi iihIki incut nf Virgil
Ilowl hi. I, mi I tli" rilling; o the
chief before tin- Ki'oul jurv. The
cbargoH pn fciifl against lio lan l
were for tui nislun li.pu.i in
minor, numely Ylnv.i n n 1 Kul'
Miller, nnd for a.lulleiy. Rnwlm l
wns juit on trial S'lturduy luniiiin
amidst a reu' cmwl of ciiiiu
men, j;lad to liciir all th inllrnniKs
Stiles, an old nun, un.l well ic
specttd, loiiiinittod th unit I act of
a weak man to avoid the chum'
quenec o either his sin, or to fiyhl
auJ stamp out wrongful iliarcM, j
by eliding Ins lite.
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llircc, Two Acre 1'arms Will
be Made in This Vicinity
Under the Offers of the
Tl ' ' 1 1 ... ' w ill ,e mi 1 1,1- I'D in
ifl. I Km x, Joi n lliiiins atid
V I'. H ii IT. an ;ir. no thi( c dift
i r' nt kind'. . I m.iI, s.i us In ,'ivc iln
lii.ila l-iii sliiiw. M i. It n 1 1 i t-s t ji
I'l'ih' l.i.t ii in II.ih l.v all tin- taiiiis
i r. ii''t a., i l"i linn y f i d. I ul
.lUu for Pill. Miii', IM'.I ni i riltl'.- and
Tl ! ' ' in ii ' i ' i.i I Chili, Hit o'i;j li
r - i min. i1 1' e i i'i 1 'i ' tu. t :i ii an I
1 1 v !" 1 1 I'd I I .a-, tak 'ii up tin- w"i k
I (.iullM Ihii-c llilrc fai ins and
Mi. I'l.iUipH us (liaiiii an, ha lain
iiihirniiMnial in cittuij,' this work
H- - j. e
No. (6, passed byN umon
Council and ajijiroved by -or
Auj,'irft jth, 1002.
HI 1 1114 Ihit The Common Counc il of the v-
JH AKLl 1 ZUl 1 j of ! Jrov,ft 'ln r;r ,: J
j That Section 1 of Ordinance No.
i (ii be amended to read an lollows:
The Council Selects Tuesday,!,- ,s,cl,on u T,,at anv r,ersoD.
-"jtinn, c-impany or corporation not
Alarch 20th, as the Day !icsi.iin or huvin- p..imn.eut pinco
of husiiK-sH iii the City of Cottaqe
; (lrov, exposing f ,r nalc or nff-riupr
: for ale in the e rr orate limits of
tli-' City of Cottage- Grovo any
Tl... c, ,,.,,.;! ;.. ,. i;, ... .. . , k"'" which or njerrnm
...v, ..wuii' ii iiiut in uu ui.ihi; I ,1 nI .
hi ssinn Monday night, and after a
little debute decided to call a City
Ca'iens for Tuesday vf iiiriij the
Cik O.il fur t rilled Malts Sontvlor
II. M Cake, republican candi-;
da'c in t 'iiitcd StatcH senator, hue .
a re. -old mi the navigation, and if1
Candidal for Hnpiihlicari Nomination
FOR I'MfcD STATES SENATOR
f or the Short Term.
V. Miiil;.' ,- v ,, jn
l;"tt!.ind. 'it .), ini'l i-, u iCsj. t-nt
nfhisnatr.e city. Hess a voting
man with fu-iv accotiinliiiiiif nt
qualify 1 1 1 in for this
is irradtinte of
I'ni von it of Oregon, the
also of imv esenrtion wlinttior
hankrupt sto' k or otlu-rwie. either
1 by public outcry, auction or other-'ui-f,
--hall he r'q ured to piy to the
j City K -or Ic of h lid City a licensa
j fee therefor ofi.iu to $2 per day
! at tlie dis-.-.i tion of tb IJecorcler,
for e.'i.'li day any sueli goods, wares
: or mc-rch.'in ij,e' ar; offered for sale
i as herein provide I.
Psiss-e.l l. i f', :l
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Approved l,y the Mayor this l2ih
day of March, ;. Vied with
th o... ., i ti.: . ...i.
o,,. ir;,t i i.i,,.,! 1... r i" 121"
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Jienson was held for iteoiizintr-
. 'in, ai me "per a Mouse.
A piti'imi for tin- iniprovemeM
of the wis! en I of Wall street wis
Med, arid the co iin il ordere I an
oidinarce prepared for the work
J"hn iiiiker, Pape JJros., (. I,.
I'-irs'nis, A. irnh'im, T. W. lil.v,
11 I ',. (Neil, all
" t ti ii'. il t tic- Kiiiti 'il t re. luce the
ir. licti'-e ti'om ,i)o to a leaser
Cjl-o I.e 1 was al.owed 200 on Iiih
water contract. Thus. Allen was
allowed a cents for labor.
James H. MeFarland was given
li-i . the pui" 1
'I 11,1 A I
.l.ilc i en I 1 1 u 1. i'
H pM H'. tits ;,s no
Us Mr. 1 law lev ,
I . N s in lout
ol l'e Mate mil
Ii 1 Midi d 1 11 1 IckIs
Koiiitli. lb is one o those can
di l .ti H thai is paying hi l ue. us ho
tpu s, 111 d has never aecipiid a pas
It mn the mill, ad I'tnpaiiy.
Ilc is winking l'r a ( lean, honeM,
n Mil 1 11:1 1 100 n ptc-enting the wishes
o the pnl I ! a icdable fundi.
date. lie h i s of hit Pollfl'IS
flieinls that th. say tllMO is no
d .ul. I ..I his eaiivini; that county.
IM I Ki ll
eh (ted tu the senate, will see t it
that the Willamette valley and lie
iu;et Iriiborn received attention
flOlll the I'cill l.il (iovcniiuttit.
"Tin locks at Oregon City
sh nild he owned and ope rated by
the (jovtiiiiiit nt" said Mr. H. M.
Cake, "mi that the tolls on the far
tneih' and inercbantH' freight will be
taken off. This will reduce the
mil road rules uinl give the people
10 the valley long needed relief.
If 1 am elected I bhall work for
New York Law-School of ew York p' nui.ssiou to improve his
City, and i a lawyer of hi d, Maul- 1 'i.i 11 011 Main Hreet.
iiif, a in hi who has tiaveled o.ten
Miyely m our o ,v ii countiv as v.ell as
abroad. Jle has studied our insti
tutions an, couipared them with
loteii'ti countrirs ll- is a logical
d ly of Match, IU06.
It. M. Vkatcii, Mayor.
J. Ii Young. Recorder.
thinker, a for. tf'd soi-.fj- and an
parii.inic nt.n iaii. He h a s
chief of the two Cottage Grove Tire
I.. 1 Wooley presented his re
port to the Council on the inspec
tion of the grading under Geo.
Lea's contracts on 4th and oth
mai. irivtiil.i, ijjthii. it and po r, 1 slre('ls- ;n stn ntreet a protne was
for he is a couiteotis gentlemen at i presented, showing yurious irregu
all tiiii-.s. larities in the grade, most of which
He is a republican a'wuys. He we high, and si owed the places
has suppoited all th- iioniineis of '.wliere d'anges wei ,- necessary. The
the republican ticket at ail times ! with of gravel was practically uni-
of these t ,,e is "s Io'al 10 nis pa"ty ! to his j forin an(l 't width. On Fourth
street me graae was ueuer, out 111
L. T. Harris For Circuit Judg
The second district is the largest
James C. John-on was ai. pointed .judicial district in the state of Ore-
11 nas six counties Douglas
t i''el iim , n t
.lChu friends. He has confidence in the
"Congress should appropriate : ,!el'1'' is w'bing to abide by
money to impiove the harbors at ' lhe,r ,le''1' ,on "l tlie primary elec
T i 1 1 iiw 1 If ( 1 in n m qi ll i 11 n M '11 .
HllllllU'li, V. "'J IV WIU, )
irlw,. o nutl.f for I he iripnl re i Oiege'U Heeds such
sources of the coast country and J tulkt-y. Ihe
neeus su.-ii men
Coos, Curry, Iaue, Henton aud
Lincoln. This district now haa
two judges- Hon J. . Hamilton
of Hoseburg, who-e term of ofiico
does not expire until the first Mon
day in July, i'.)ro. ard Hon. Law
rence T. Harris of Eugene, whose
term expires on tlie first Monday in
Judge Harris is a candidate for
re-ilection. We know of no oppo
sition. He is a republican in pol
itics, a native Oregonian, Ijaving
one place the gravel was not scat-1 oeen born in I.iuu county 33 Y
tered wide enou.-h, although suf- ")' He is a grad of the Ore-
know 1 1 1 -
cut of the hiipport of lJ.Hc
espicliU.v wticlt tiny
I, nil,! mi l)i, tine towilH nrnmid
1 1 . t 1 1 t.. .... 1.
harbors. The W illamette M'"u" 1 1,1,1 raei1 nre n0I'-
river fhouM be deepened so a to "a e 13111 Hecti'd.
bring down Iho costs of trannporta-
tun) on freight
The Willamette Vnlley Company
has purchased the Coltago (Jrove
Filectric Co. plant, and will take
charge April 1st. An option which
that company has had 011 the I1.1l
plant for some time was taken up
Uound tiip jiat-Henger inte Chi
cago to l'i'itland and letiiiii. via
ilitect line will be 'in'' lioui
Missmui Uivcr points Jiijoo.
The'e tickets will be on sale daily
coniui'i citi' J que ist mid continn
in;,' until Sept. 15th with limit re
t Ul II b ull o ( ) tober .'!l s(
!. M I n v vi .
Mr. Cake is opposed to the
UMHsion of Chiueso colio labor.
Collatfa Cirovo Pvibllc Scltool Monthly
Month ending Mar
Total Kntollmcut '22
New Finollmeiit 7
Days Attendance -
Avo. No. lklonging 1
1 lines 1 aruv 02
011 last 1 hurs'lay by Ii. . Hall of 1 C. A. H.ivts of the D ilKsis a llolnlaxs 1
the Iiujene ollice of the conipan j visitu in the Grove, looking into la.s Taught lo
aud C A. I lardy a liugone. attor- th sle nn laniult y situ itioti. 1 C. Ii. Stkanok, Supt.
licient gravel was on the road. The I Ka State L niversity and also a
n.Hii us I'VpH ! report was accepted and on -fr. graduate of the law department of
rej ublic in partv I Lea's ""aking the collections the the Fuiversity cf Ann Arbor. Judge
and the voters co"ncil will make final payments. (Harris has h-id a great deal of
Ihe mayor suggested that the ' active ptactice as a lawyer. He
council buy A. H. Ku 'V property. ,' r,fen " member of the legisla-
at the head of Maiu t t, and pre-! turt: was speaker of the house of
pare to have a much wider bridge i representatives iu 1 103,
""uoa, there whe-utle pnsei.l budge is
Iiht wiek Cottage (Jrove had a j worn out. Mr. King was present
three nights eiiiracement of Fck- and cave the city an op'iou for
hardt's Ideals, Tlie company is ! $ loo to the 24th insf.
composed of 11 members, who gave Messrs, Lurch ami Welch of the I .
every creditable show. The firs retail merchants were p-' sent audi Court Notos
made a plea for a higher lie use fori Anias Laud, plff, vs- N. P.
trausient dealers, which resu'tod iti Chrisman and Melissa Chrisman,
the council preparing Ordinance I his wife, dots. To quiet title. Bil
l.'U, which was read twice, ami oulyeu and Medley 6c Johnson for
them well, their costumes are very a suspension of rules passed its plff. Dismissed without coin to
good, and the work of some of the 1 third readiug, and becomes effective j either party.
singers was especially ; in three days.
representatives iu r.'OJ, and was
noted for Lis fairness aud matted
ability iu dispatchiug the business
of that body. He has made a good
night the house was well filled, and
fair houses gueted them the other
nights. The company presents
some very goo 1 plavs and handles
m tors and
coniinctidaole. I he ir last uiirht's
play was the best of the three, and !
deserved much prabe. i
oiiiisan:i- no. Lfd.
An ordinance to amend Ordinance 1 Monday night.
Kev. Lake of K 3eburg preached
to t'ae Kpiscopil congregation on
This week al Welch & Woods
Ladies regular 25e Hose
Childrens 4 2Sc "
25 Boys suits, 3 to 7 year, any one $1.00.
Misses Under Vests, this is a bargain
Mens high cut $4.00 shoes, $2.BO. Another style as $
above $2.75. Boys high cut lace shoes made
by C. Gotzian & Co. $2.35
u u w iy uj w a
Worth oLMens Suits, Dress Goods and Dry
Goods just arrived.
Garman, Hemenway Co.