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About Cottage Grove leader. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1905-1915 | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1913)
EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE
CONVICT’ S STAB OF
GUARD NEAR FATAL
Things Doing at Disston.
The repair work on the J. I.
Lumber C o.'s mill is now com
pleted, and sawing will begin j
just as s<x>n as logs arrive from
Supt. Lawson Narrowly Escapes the Reserve timber belt, which
will lie about the middle o f the
Treachery of a Demented
Salem. Or., April 21.— W. H.
Fisher, chapel guard at the State
Penitentiary, is lying at death’ s
door as the result o f an ugly as
sault by Henry Bangert, a con
vict, today. While hope is held
out for the life o f Fisher,chances
tonight indicate that he may
Superintendent Lawson was
crossing the prison yard shortly
before the attack, and noticed
that he was closely followed by
warned Bangert to return to the
yard or he would require him to
be locked in his cell.
When Colonel Lawson entered
the inside o f the prison, he in
structed Fisher to go out and re
move Bangert from the yard. As
Fisher came through the door,
Bangert started running across
the yard. Fisher followed,catch
ing him after a hot chase.
' Miss M. O’ Mara, teacher o f
the Disston school, was an over
Sunday visitor with relatives in
the South Lane Metropolis.
R. H. Walton, o f Albany, was
an over Sunday business visitor
J. B. Mosby and family, of
Dorena, have moved up, and now
reside near the Star Camp.
M E N ’S N I F T Y
D RESS SHIRTS
Those Silver Collars
include all the latest
styles and shapes. Solt
collars in white and
tan. Strong line of
W ork Shirts. : :
E. B. Reeves, planerman for
the J. I. Lumber Co., and Mrs.
E. Mason went to Eugene Friday
mo'rning, returning here the
same evening. The couple were
serenaded by the Disston Quar
tette, accompanied by the Tin
Can Band. The serenade party
was royally treated by the newly
weds and departed at a late
hour wishing them much joy
Mrs. Ben Pitcher has been
quite sick for the last week but
is now improving slowly.
CONVICT’ S AIM TRUE.
As Fisher placed his hand on
Veta Holderman was a Satur
Bangert’s shoulder, the convict day evening passenger on the
wheeled and viciously stabbed local bound for the Grove.
Fisher with a rudely contrived
R. D. Fuson returned Saturday
knife which he had made from a
file. The knife pierced Fisher’ s from down the valley, where he
had been on business.
abdomen, causing a deep cut.
Bangert was quickly appre
A Sabbath School was organ
hended before he could do fur ized at the Disston school house
ther damage, and Fisher was re Sunday afternoon and officers
An official appeal was made by moved to the hospital.
COTTAGE GROVE LEADER
were elected. The first meeting
Eggs for Hatching.
Bangert was committed to the will be held next Sunday morn elected to fill the unexpired term
T he i p e r that gives you w hat you want to read the Chinese government to all
o f J. B. Mosby.
to set April 27 aside as a day for ty in 1911 for assault with a
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Jennings are
Buff Leghorn, 50 cents for 15,
P U B L IS H E D E V E R Y T U E S D A Y prayer that China may be guided dangerous weapon.
C. W. Arrington and family visiting at the home o f C. H. $3.25 per hundred. Also Indian
A fter ar
Runner duck eggs from select
One year,________________ $1.50 to a wise solution o f the critical riving at the prison he was com and Mrs. E. Tennis were Satur Jennings this week.
This mitted to the asylum, escaping day shoppers in the Grove.
Six months,__________, .............75 problems besetting her.
Ralph Land is home from the stock, fawn and white strain,
act o f the government is regard from that institution
50 cents for 13. Orders taken
Harry Tennis and Frank Jones Divide.
Advertising rates on Application
ed as striking evidence o f the ex Since he had been sent back to started on their summer vacation
for day-old chicks and ducks.
Shearer was a
traordinary changes which have the penitentiary, he had been last week, and on arriving at the
C. F. H an d y .
Grove visitor today.
LEADER PUBLISHING COMPANY taken place by the nation since showing signs of uneasiness and
W . C. CONNER, Editor and Manager the revolution.
discontent and had expressed feet o f snow, they decided to re
Quite a number o f the young
S. C. White Minorca eggs for
VAN B. PIERCE, - - - Foreman
longings for the outside. ,
turn. As they were not experts people attended the circus Thurs hatching, all from prize winning
The poultry business is not
on snow shoes, the way they day night.
Application Made for Entry in the Post like
tore up the snow was a caution.
Office at Cottage Grove Oregon as wheatgrowers, orchardists,
Eggs, $1.50 for 15, if not packed
Alex Lundberg, the mail car
Second Class Mail Matter.
for shipment; $2.00 for 15, if
grow rich by selling their pro
rier, says that the boys made
shipped. Mrs. Jas. P. Graham,
ducts to consumers.
Trade at the Home Stores.
Cottage Grove, Ore.
There is no right way of doing a their mark while in the moun
men seem to make money only
Make the Home Dollar Circulate.
by selling prodigious roosters
Get New Enterprises to Locate Here.
and store building and corner
Eggs for setting from heavy
Put Your Money in Home Investments. and monumental hens to one
Success conies in cans, failure
lot, residence and lot, trade es laying strain single comb Brown
another and now and then work comes in can’ ts.
Silk Creek Items.
On Main Street, Leghorns. 50c for 15. Waldo
Cottage Grove. For further Miller, Box 176, ’ phone 26F12.
A man may toot liis own horn ing off a setting o f eggs upon
It is interesting to observe how
information, inquire at Leader
all he pleases, blit people now a some tenderfoot at a fabulous hard the average nun is willing to
Who ever heard o f a
days are not paying for noise. An price.
work in order to gain a place on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
For Sale or Trade.
empty wagon makes more sound successful egg producer
“ Easy Street.”
Dwyrc, last week.
Fruit and Garden Land— 10 acres,
than one that is carrying a load.
all but one-halt acre in cultiva
A young lawyer by the name
A few from this place attend
ness needs new methods and a
One nine-year-old mare, full o f
tion,river bottom, 3 acres young
life, but ’ gentle, weight 1000
A man can knock and knock
j “ A. Swindler.” The local min-- grandfather, who committed sui
and still fall to make a hit.
chicken house, two good wells. pounds. Will trade for stock.
No woman who has had any ex ister called, told him the sign j cide.
Mile and a quarter south of Cot Apply to Fritz Mattheyer, Silk
Merchants make no mistake in perience with an average man need looked bad, and asked why he! Mesdames M. F. Babcock and
tage Grove. Only $2,600. In Creek district, or inquire at this
using plenty o f printer’s ink.
W. N. Wheeler took dinner at
quire of Leader.
domestic problems is pretty gener “ That would make it worse,” Owens’ Saturday, where they
The town that wins is the town ally wrong, or that there are a said the lawyer, “ my first name
inquired into the health o f Ros-
miles south of Cottage Grove, 4-room
Bargain in a Mare.
that fights for more business.
great number of things connected is Adam .”
coe Owens who is very sick with
cabin, place fenced on three sides,
with the household he does not,
family orchard, garden. Good poultry
A Cow county legislator was de the mumps.
Huerta is pronounced “ Whir- and never can, understand. One
Seven year old, dapple gray
ami stock place, $800, terms.
ta” by some, “ butcher”
by of them is spring housecleaning. livering his maiden speech to the
mare, 1200 lbs., foal in three
A company o f young people
or four weeks. Broke to work
Spring housecleaning does not Webster says in his great diction spent Saturday evening at Sla
single or double.
gle’ s, in honor o f Ruby’ s eigh
This town will be a better
ary— ” “ It was Noah who wrote teenth birthday.
Shoes at Cost.
Call at Somers & Taylor’s meat
town if the people will spend
the dictionary,” whispered a col
The prefix “ spring” does not im league who sat near.
The Misses Myrtle Walker and
their money with one another.
My entire stock o f men’s,
press him. All he hears when he nothing,”
replied the speaker,
women’s and children’ s shoes
Leave your dray and transfer
day at Owens’ .
This town has the natural ad is told that spring housecleaning “ Noah built the ark.”
will be offered at absolutely cost orders'with Goff, the shoe doc
vantages, and can secure new in
Mrs. Belle Waterman-Findley from this date.
tor, or ’phone 72.
The cheekiest man has just
dustries if it will only go after is the compound, “ houseclean
C ottage G rove S hoe S tore .
canvassing in this neighbor
ing” .” And it is because of this,
hood this week.
and not because of any innate de- upon his neighbor and requested
Team For Sale Weight about
One cent o f every dollar of sirt on his part to be disagreeable, the use o f his gun over night,
A good many from here spent
2800, two mares and colt. For
American capital is said to be that, when the subject of spring saying there was a barking dog Thursday in town taking in the
Nine room residence, modern- quick cash sale, only $225. Ap
employed at present in the auto housecleaning comes up, he is annoying him which he wished j circus.
equipped, corner lot, 60x114 ply to the Leader office.
prone to ask, “ Why begin it so to put out o f the way. Upon re
E. F. Hartley has been shear feet, good private water system,
turning the gun and thanking ing g, ats for Baker Slagle.
For Sale— A good cook stove,
The Oregonian says newcom
bearing fruit trees, grapes, ber
his neighbor for the use o f if, he
ers this year are fewer than in
The creek along the road by ries and shubbery. In west Cot $8, and heater, $7. Inquire o f
There is one thing which can was asked if he got the dog.
1912, hut o f a more substantial but sadden the heart o f every “ Oh, yes!” he replied. “ Whose John Ashby’s plaee was cleaned tage Grove, close in, only $1,300. Mary S. Walker, Jefferson and
and prosperous class.
0 . H. W illard .
lover o f nature and the charm o f dog was it?” came the next out during the past week.
M. L. Thompkins has traded j
A permanent and growing
his place on the hill for property ,
pay roll is the greatest founda tains, and that is the painful si replied as he walked away.
tion upon which to build a city.
Sentiment against the U. o f 0 . in Cottage Grove.
Let’s go after factories.
which once fairly rang with the appropriations referendum move
o f birds and the chatter ment is growing. Now. if sen
YVe honestly believe President
Go to any o f the j ment in favor o f a new county to
Wilson would attract attention at
a baseball game with three men on nearby wooded hill slopes on a North Douglas will grow at the
Leo Wilson was a Grove visitor
bases and two out.—Atlanta Jour sunny spring or summer day and same rate at Eugene, Cottage Saturday.
The Best*_ ^ ^
bird note or a squirrel’s chatter Grove might do some real effec-
J. B. Mosby and family moved
“ What the people put on their to greet the ear, only a somber
to Dirston this week.
hacks and into their stomachs silence, unnatural to the sur Cottage Grove has started the
SH ELL, GRIT
must be made cheap, no matter roundings, and why? Simply
who suffers,” says President because years o f reckless slaugh , tion o f its commercial club in go
Dale Veatch is attending school
O IL M E A L
ter on the part o f thoughtless
boys and men, through the use ! posed U. o f 0 . referendum move
To brag a little, to show well, to
o f the target rifle, has all but ment. Other commercial bodies' Bed Rock this week.
crow gently if in luck; to pay up,
exterminated the “ drummer,” and granges are falling in line.
MEAT M EAL
to own up, and to shut up if
Arthur Pursell has the mumps.
A farmer who missed his train
l>eaten— these are the virtues of a
grouse, the quail, the various \ home from town went to a livery
Mr. Johnson, o f Mosby Creek, j
song birds and the pine and sil bam and was told that they moved his family to Bed Rock i
Enthusiasm over the return of ver squirrels. No wonder de would drive him home for $5. this week.
spring, and rapt contemplation structive and troublesome fruit The price appearing high, he
Louie Brown went to C reswell;
o f the charms o f nature’s re and other insect pests are ap ! went to a doctor’s office and Saturday to attend school.
Everything for the Farmer. W agons,
said: “ Doc, what is your charges
awakening, have caused many a
Bake Stewart was a visitor in
commuter to neglect his lawn- year. Is it not time to call a for a visit out to my farm?”
Buggies, Plow s, Seeders, C u ltivators
mower until the grass got too halt and protect these friends o f “ Three dollars,” replied the doc Dorena today.
all Kinds o f Small Implements.
tor. “ Well, here’ s your money, ”
Otis Leathers visited in Dorena
said the farmer, “ and we’ ll Saturday and Sunday.
The way in which the Pro
A farmer was knocked down drive out as quick as possible.”
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jennings
gressives are holding "get to by an auto on a busy street cor Upon reaching the farm gate,
gether” meetings in various sec ner. and no sooner gained his the doctor started to get out o f are visitors in Eugene this week.
tions o f the country would seem feet than he was bumped by a ' the buggy, when the farmer
A s]>ecial school meeting was
to indicate that there are some t m otorcycle, when he exclaimed: said, “ No one is sick here. Doc, called Saturday evening for the I
citizens who still believe that a ; “ Hanged if I knew that thing I just wanted you to drive me purpose o f electing a school
had a c o l t ”
clerk. Claude Van Valin was
third party may yet be first
Powell & Co.
T h e Store for all the People
Wynne & W oods Co.
International Poultry and Stock Food
J. F. SPRAY