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C O T T A G E G R O V E , O R E G O N , S A T U R D A Y , M A R C H 25, 1905.
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m atter up and press it to a Bucceas-
attorney could a ■ rice
M f an »Kiln :
by advwe*wf his fitto fn ev M edley X
The differouce in trade betw een
: Johnson, he "changed b is p’ e.i to
the present time and two years ago
g u ilty and was fined $10 aud L' >sts
apparent to every wholesaler and
w hich ag[gregated
Drunken Brawl Near Roseburg May was paid.
C°P1 * m » „ I M ,
# * Portland
. Jrl'bi-*». y..s >nnsiderable feel!
Resuit In Woman's Death.
jqhgctnli'fll fl t-Vyr this affiair. 1’ill!. ies
i ely in obtaining a reduction in the
; w ho were near the hom e o f k l : la
'• freights on the products m anufact
.son atatsd th e children were c\ in
R oseburg, March 21 .— Mrs. L.
ured here as set forth in the resolu-
tiiiu ally abused
.The father ■ tated
The follow ing are the resolutions tions.
Dnm bletou was shot in the stomach lie w ou ld send the Lfcy to
adopted by the Commercial C lu b of
near the navel nod perhaps fatally foi U 1 si bool,
It js difficult lo de-
C ottage G ro ve at a m eeting held
injured by Isiou Vial at W in ch ester,: tet m i n t i n t ’ fhj-re in this ca se? but
a flag station on tho Southern Paci- frequently we find tin- paren'-i arc
March ISth, 1905 :
Partisanship began early. We
tic, five miles north of here, ut noon the Julies wjio need reform ing. .
W hereas it is apparent that the think of Jacksou as the beginner of
Vial, iu company with Will
TllerHc.v* »rifused i to g o home
H ariiinan system of railroads is not our violent party system, but, al-
1 N oltv and a man mimed W hitcw ood, with his fa lse r and Q auie W arden
doiDg all that m ight <■
douo to though ^ie did give it sudden devel-
all more or less intoxicated, entered 1 Baker took hint to his home in the
turther and build up industries iu ; opment, the germs of it began as
the Dubleton house on V ia l’s iuitiu- city,
the state of Oregon.
V e know soon as W ashiugtou dropped the
live and while there a quarrel sp ran g
, m ,
this to be a fact as regards tic ter- iieim. It lay, hardly understood, in
u p between Vial and his wife, w ho
ritury in and about C ottuge G rove, tkte very nature of the newly created
separated ubout a week ago. Mrs
Wm. l.andess Administrator.
1 he rate o f freight now made
I governm ent, which was a series of
lumber, p ilin g and poles bom this checks and balances built on funds-
\ ial tried to leave the room, but
F o llow in g closely upon the death
Inasm uch as the people o f C o ttage G rove demand and are en section is so high as to prohibit the m entally opposed conceptions. It
was caught and held by her bus- 0f K ca D avenport some w eeks ago,
Her scream s summoned Mrs. o - e >F,,lar | w as appointed
selling of or reaching the market.- was a com prom ise, aud each party
itnin- ' titled to know our position ou m unicipal affairs we declare:
D ubleton to her assistance, mid on \ trator ubb *r e s tif
materl“ 1- I his tact to the arrange,non t was sure to press
1 . For the enforcem ent of all laws and a sou,a re deal for everv | f o r ‘ ’j18
together w ith the exorbitant freight jt„ advantage to the utterm ost wheh
the escape of Mrs. Vial. Mrs. Duble- I R ,.„nn ’:j her p o th e r , C h arles j
ton ordered Vial to leave the house.- F la isk e y A nie- iVom his hom e in ! man.
charges made on all classes of goods 1 iu pOWer. No sooner hud W ashing-
H e draw a pistol and shot. The M innesota and petitioned the qcmrt j
i -F all n g that the question of saloon or no saloon has beeu sot- shipped into this territory not only ton. with his superiority to party
bullet, enti lin g the left side of the to recind its action and appoint led k>> ; h - Vi » o s o f the two precincts entering C ottage G rove we aequi- |is a great burden t u t prevent the laid dow n the Presidency, than his
stomach came out o ver the hip. W m . Landes« instead .•
is ,, in this division, but shall insist, on enforcem ent of the ordinan- j natural grow th and b u ild in g up of unoartialitv was looked upon as
boue. ¡She wil. probably recover
this section. Boffire the railroads stran ge by the extrem ist on either
Tile petition was gVHUled by c-efc» ujJion this su bject.
1 V ial, W hitewood and N olly arc in Judge C h nsm an and M iuartl re-j
favor the passage of an ordinance p ro h ibitin g the play in g raised the freight latcs and when „idc. Listen to the words in which
custody of Sheriff M cClellan, of moved aiid L agd essap p o itited ,. g iv
the com m unity was prosperous ami Johu Adam « expresses the difference
of cards or nnv other gam es of chance by minors in cigar, confectionary pr
Douglus county. They immediately in g lew ts in "the s u ^ o f $0400, I
grow in g the Portland jobber sold between his mteuse prejudices and
gave themselves up.
us goods in large quantities : liiore- ;qs predecessor s universal fairness,
Wm, A t.R ru b o svt ,1# -fu rtiy, W . «. I
fore be it
"W ash ington ,” hosays, “ appointed a
Ohrisman, Iw H . V eittch and J. Iv. [ ganirtt are p lay e d .
R esolved , that this body request m ultitude of Dem ocrats and Jacob-
— We mo in favor of all needed im provem ents both to the
O slrauder appraised the property
Have Faith in Men.
ers, T h y probable value o f the streets and w ater systems, aud declare most em phatically for honesty in tlie Portland jobbers to us:> t l n i r j j :,» of the deepest dye. I have been
influence with the R ailro >1 i*o:u- more eaulious in this resp ect.”
The new management of the estate is about $1200.
construction and economy in expen ditures.
Plilies-to reduce the freight r a t e s \u i.o , that word “ cautious,” to say
Southern Pacific has brought about
— w re favor any and every proposition that will advance the
on products that can bo shipped the leaA
And Jefferson, speaking
several innovations that are pleasin g
moral, lu le il.c le a . aud com m ercial interests of C ottage Grove.
from MiiH territory and to socur. a 0f uep tism aud appointm ents for
M T ils Käthe;1 :.e TrevRte.
to the men employed in the several
lower freight rate on goods 'o lo for peisoual reasons, w rote: ‘ ‘ Mr.
departm ents and to the travelin g
Thé Ladles ^irélé, W. f) tv.' have i
O . O. V E A T C H , for Mayor.
1 shipped into this territory.
V lam.- degraded himself infinitely by
public generally. One of the latest arranged lor a spKupiid entertain- \
R esolved , that a committue he Ins conduct nu this subject, as G e n
A . H. K IN G for Recorder.
changes, announced tint a few days m en to n n -\t Mem.',.', evening a t 1
appointed to take this matter up eral W ashington has done himself
H E R B E R T E A K IN , for Treasurer.
ago, is that of abolishing the bonds Opera ho
I with the Portlan d jobbers
! to the greatest h o n o r.”
ot conductors ru un iug ou the li es
I hoy h a y i secu^ied the pioh ir.ee I
For Alderm en: — F irst W ard, W- A. H O G A T E p Second Wuwl F
report to this body thu result - of nevertheless, was almost as m uch of
of the company in O regon. The of Mi*} M yrfl
Trevitto upon that j p, W H E E L E R ; T hird Ward, M A R IO N V E A T C H .
I their efforts in secu rin g tin jobbers 1111 extrem ist us Johu Adam s. He
passougcr conductors hove been occasion.
represented one of two conflicting
notified by the company that here,
The Indy has if national reputation j
R lsolveo , that this body use its truths. Adauis another, and W ash
after no bonds w ill be required for ns a rc id ci amt im personatori utid t
-BUSINESS MEN'S T I C K E T .
■ influence aud do what it can lo ington alone represented b o th .—
the faithful performauc. of d uty, the event ¡noifiises to lie one of the I
help this and other sections of the Colliers W eekly.
and as a result ills gentlemen ho ld best evei pre.-ent -l in the c jty i
For m ayor, T . K . C am p bell; lor recorder, F . H . R osenberg; lo r
State to free them from the burden
in g those positions wtl! uot be re-
’Jlia'T ^-.'# . i ' a - i l * 1 n l iv u »ays; treasurer, H e tb ert E a k in . C ouncilm en: is t w ard, W A . H ogate; 2nd o f unjust railroad freights.
11 Hired to expend a portion of their Mi&vTri-iiHH icri tfre t ' a pntgi.im
Meetings at M. E. Church.
ward, l f D W h ee ler; 3rd ward. Marion Y e a tch .
C ottage G huve , O re., Mar. ib, ’05
sa.ati -a to pay the premiums on M m of superior
tgy.’elicn ce— an artist
T h e special services w ill continue
D e a r S i b :-— H erewith is enclosed a
bonds as 111 the past.
The conduct- whose work Wilt thnroilghfv enjoyed
copy of a resolution adopted by tin | all n ex t w eek at the M. E . church,
ors running on the com pany’s hues — e v e n uuiubci tmeoved. Adm iss
Com m ercial C lu b and busit.c » nu n b egin n in g on S u n d a y n ext. On
in this state an a fine lot of g en tle ion 2d
of Cottage G rovo and we would ask M onday even in g the R ev. J. H .
men and of • uch standing as to pre 1
that you uho your good offices ale:
Skidm ore w ill preach. Som e o f the
elude auy suspj, m as to their hon
one is, and should be the concern of a ll;— that e ve ry man, be he rich the lines set forth with the railroad best serm ons ever listened to in Ore-
.Gael j . âkoig date
esty. Tim conductors are grateful
or poor ¡.possessed of a m ansion or the hum ble ow ner of a house and compuuies.
! gou have been from Mr. S k id m o re ’s
for this mark of confidence reposed
F uiloivin v tTie I nng sjid l o f til -,
W e bare appealed to the rail."-::!: effort-,
w arm h earted ,
lot; Whether he has a dollar to invest, or is o u t in th e strength o f hon
in thorn by the m anagem ent of the weather whicu hn o prévalu d .tilt*
ourselves w ithout being able to ob | sch o la rly, gospel preacher. H e w ili
com pany.— Albany Herald.
grò iter part of i.Ue w inter. Ipis come
tain roliof and our only chance .
spend nine days assisting in the
tue rains, no* too mu :1, tliQi far as curs w ith the utterance o f the loadin g A m erican cifi/en, that every ask you alon g with the other job w ork. A ll w ill be w elcom e.
That he should exp ect no more — bers of Portland to render us what |
I the slteam s ai 11io low for the fluat- man i ; en titled to a ‘ ‘square d e a l.”
F r a n k L . M o o r s ,
Arrested for Whipping Son.
tug of. lo gs./b o ffn p itig I nds were that he should have no less. Iu thiM. we base our claim and ask for the assistance yo u can.
On T u e sd ay m orning J.
M and are ¡»til:
i«cd o f iViii;.'
Uoui -l sup port o f all who c.r.i ooncientiously co ue under a banner t ’«us
We cite you the follow ing figures:
H anson w ho lives about a m ile
l u t e e in oei MÌiit.u.ies h k-
Money Under False Pretenses.',
From Portland From Situ Francisco j
and a halt south o f town w as by hernia and b in Rive: minii.-;, «hs- inscribed.
Tickets and Platform for Consideration of
com plain t o f M arshal U nderw ood
arrested lor m al-treating his U
yea r old son.
Justice V a u g h n issued the papers
aud the m arshal made the arrest
aud H anson pleail not g u ilty but
asked time to see a law yer, w hich
w as gran ted.
W itnesses were brought to town
b y Constable A tk in s and the trial
was jiostponed until the district
P la tfo rm .
144 miles to Cot-
miles to sau [
tricts snow is iilh u g and the hist
Minimum «if5* Ur#VK
S e c t io n i . — W e b elieve in the m aintenance o f the law s o f the
. reports a c , that over three f ct . f
snow e m e u I toe lo.ni 1 S
is state, and those enacted b y our m un icip ality. W e believe that law s •turdwarn
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much needed >n ile
p i c a as it that re w orth »prending upon the records ol th e ita t e or a m unicip ality, Mdry'li!",‘.i»"
remains on »a. ground la.' and f irn arc worth o b servin g until such a time as they shall be found un w h ole
islics water luring tie- itrycr mottibs-
some or in adequate, 111 the m atter o f fu rth erin g th e best interest» of j The San F rancisco linns eqiraii/.-.-
the freigh t rates with us aud a good
good governm ent.
L ic e n s e
I deal of the trade which righ tfu lly
O at ' M y 'S is per t i n , rolled bar
. . .
1 belongs to Portland is g o in g to San
ley, $r ,05 p*r saotr at the Cottage
2 l nder the present local option law , license should ,c • Francisco and wo consider it u-i much
G rove F lo u r ,A lili.
g r a n 2d to saloons, in accordance w ith the provisions therefor, and , p, yo u r
benefit as ours to take this
shouai be regu lated h.y the C ity C oun cil, iu the m anner already pre-1 —
E n fo r c e m e n t of L a w
«EC 3 — T h a t inasm uch as good governm ent is founded upon
he w h >leoo:U2 respjet for tli2 la w s o f the p e o p le , enacted by the peo
ple. for the people, therefore w e believe that the la w s o f the state and
the ordinances o f a m u n icip ality should be observed.
F ra n k S. Moore, principal o f the
E u gen e Business Collpge is again
in tr; lb e
N ot long ago ilis w ile
u e .lf o r divorce and now com es
his sister from Iow a and has him
arrested for obtain ing m oney uuder
false pretences, she claim in g she
loaned him #300 for a short tim e
upon his statem ent he had stock in
1 d ivid en d
p ayin g m ine in Blue
WELCH & WOODS
G o o d C itizen sh ip .
S t » c . 4 — G ood citizen sh ip is the base upon w hich all perm anent
and good governm en t for ali the people for all the time m ay be founded.
T herefore, we believe in good citiz.ensbip. W e b elieve that it is "the
dutv ot the officers o f r m un icipality to encourage it, not only by their
own acts, p ublic and private, but that they should lend a helping hand
in stim ulatin g the gen eral m oral gro w th th rou ghou t our city and our
O u r Y o tin s M a n h o o d .
« e c . 5.— it has been apparent for m any m ouths that, while we
do not ad m it the w orst, we h ave open o p portu n ity for im provem ent in
the status o f the yo u n g m anhood of our city . T h e re is m any a prom is
ing boy, b rig h t in intellect, stro n g in physique, w ith every native in
gredient that go to m ake up the staunch A m erican citizen , seclu ding
him seil and his native ab ility in the backgro u n d o f besm irched and
tram pled environm ent: W e ,ap|>eal to every m other and lather, to
every individual w ho b elieves that th e destin y of o ur country
upon the moral and p h ysical r*reu»'b M A m erican m anhood
effort lie spared to
j l e .t the youth o f o ar c ity against the vie
oftimes throw n in the p ath w a y o f the yo u n g.
FOR THE GROCERY
C ity Im p ro vem en ts.
P E A R C E & JOHNSON
Our Own Free Delivery Wagon.
Phene Main No. 43.
Corner Main * i<j River Sts., if t , W
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- A tV.i ; that is worth d o in g is worth doing Well.
the im provem ent o f our c ity in tb
e wi believe
c . ; b u t as a city, we are confronted with »grave .
vate system .
s trw t
respbrrsibilitiv' in thu-* p rovid in g w avs and means bv w hich these im
provem ents iriav ;
O ur c ity is already under the burden nf a.
Thi-retore we adm onish that the lu ip ro v .iu e u t-
1 • otjtltiu- d oil second p a g e .»
Have ine Best Shoes: