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A weekly message of good
cheer— the Leader.
Ice cream delivered to order.
’ Phone Bon Ton, No. 57.
Photos, the kind that always
please. Monroe, at the bridge.
J. B. Poole, late o f Junction,
has leased the Cottage Hotel in
A marriage license was issued
by Clerk Russell Monday to Carl
E. Burket, of Portland, and Miss
Della Pirini, of Divide.
Railroad Commissioner T. K.
Campbell delivered an interest
ing address before the commer
cial club Monday evening.
Home Cooking.— Pastries like
mother used to make, at the
Metsan Shop Saturday. Ladies
o f the M. E. church in charge.
Mrs. Chas. Cochran and chil
dren returned to Eugene Sun
day, after a pleasant visit with
Mrs. Cochran’s parents and sis
Mrs. Lunau, o f Cottage Grove,
returned home Friday after a
few days’ visit with her daugh
ter, Mrs. T. K. Johnson.— Hal
ERSO N AL B
Read the new ads.
Sample copies o f the Leader
Spring fights are being pulled
off on schedule time.
Hampton & Co. want eggs in
exchange for goods.
Dave Alexander was transact
ing business at the county seat
Better service means better Saturday.
Home cooking cheap at the
O u r glasses satisfy because Metsan Shop Saturday. Ladies’
Aid, M. E. church.
they are made to satisfy.
That is why the majority of The premium list for the local
Grange fair this fall, is being
Cottage drove physicians compiled for printing.
recommend my service to
C. J. Kem, o f the Modern
Pharmacy, has installed Edison
graphophones and records.
’ Phone the Bon Ton for ice
cream for your Sunday dinner,
I ’ phone No. 57. Free delivery.
D. J. Scholl
Scholl’s Jewelry Store
\o je s
The new county bridge across
Silk Creek at the west end of
i Main street was completed Satur-
A. F. Hofer, a prominent Sa-
1 lem newspaper man, died sud
denly at h'is home in that city
Harry Lunau and Arthur Zer-
atsky, a cousin, o f Tacoma, have
Mesdames I,. S. Hill and Her
Venske entertained very
charmingly Wednesday afternoon.
Tile guests first gathered at the
Hill home where Five Hundred
was played. Mrs. C. J. Kem won
first honors, a nut bowl, and Mrs.
Has your name been enrolled on
Braley the consolation, a jack-in-
The party then pro the Leader’s rapidly increasing
gressed across the street to the subscription list? W e promise you
Venske home, where an dainty your m oney’s worth.
two-course luncheon was served.
The Grange and Commercial
Mrs. B. S. Swengel, assisted
by her mother, Mrs. Jennie Fish-
burn, gave a Progressive Lotto
party Tuesday afternoon to a
number o f their friends. The
word “ Progressive” was taken,
and each guest was asked to see
how many words she could make
from it. Mrs. Chas. Adams, who
formed 52 words, received the
prize. Then Progressive Lotto
was introduced, and Mrs. Comp
ton made the highest score. A fter
the game, the guests> were re
quested to take their original
places when Mrs. Swengel and
Mrs. Fishburn served a Progres
sive three course luncheon, con
sisting o f crab salad and hot bis
cuits, hot tomalles, crackers and
pickles, ice cream, cake and cof
fee. Those assisting with the
luncheon were the Misses Fern
Holcomb, Jessie Smith and Mar-
guests were: Mesdames W. H.
Abrams, Chas. Adams, Van Al
lison, Chas. Burkholder, Ben
nett, Elbert Bede, N. C. Comp
ton, Claude Cruzon, J. H. Cham
Herbert Eakin, B. B.
Groff, Delure Hemenway, Geo.
M. Hall. J. C. Johnson, B. R.
Job, A. C. Kinter, C. J. Kem,
Geo. W. Kerr, H. A. Miller, A.
L. Monroe, Joe Porter, F. W.
Robbins, John S. Silsby, Harry
Short, Henry H. Veatch, John
Medley, Gilbert Tyson, C. D.
Brainard, Herman Venske, L. S.
Hill, Marion Veatch, o f Eugene,
Harry Cook, W. P. Hall.
Born, on Monday, April 14,
1913, to Mr. and Mrs. G. S.
Gourley, who live at 71 Tenth
avenue, west, a son. Guard.
Mrs. Gourley was formerly Miss
Palmer, o f Cottage
Grove, a sister o f Mrs. Price, o f
Stone to Fit the Purse
Is better than none at all. The
spirit in which a monument is
erected counts more than the
A Moderate Cost
W . E. Marsters
O . D. G L A N D O N , Salesman
Circus day was a lively one in
the Leader office.
orders for job printing were
received and a number o f new
names were inserted in our sub
The writer would like to wa
ger a small sum that no man
ever connected with the Leader
has the remotest idea o f starting
a third paper in this city, or o f
Club cannery committees
will calling it or any other paper, The
meet and effect permanent or Plaindealer. More rot.
ganization in this city next Mon
Hon. T. K. Campbell, state
railroad commissioner, is looking
Mrs. Agnew and two children, after business matters in this
o f Wheatland, Wyoming, are the city and
guests o f her parents, Mr. and friends o f his home town. The
Mrs. H. R. Goddard, and sister, Leader was favored with a pleas
Mrs. E. R. Spencer.
The anniversary o f the I. O.
Van Allison and wife and Ben
Groff and w ife were guests of 10 . F. will be observed Saturday
Frank Cook and family at Yon- evening with a program and
Sunday. Orchards out supper, and the members o f the
there are reported as looking order will listen to the annual
¡sermon at.the Christian church
next Sunday morning, which
Misses Ruby and Lydia Mar will be delivered by Rev. Moon.
sters, o f Gold Beach, visited over
Monday with their cousin, Mrs.
Andrew Brund, o f this city. S.
E. Marsters, father o f these
young ladies, is editor o f the
Gold Beach Globe.
Sam P. Veatch, a high official
in the organization o f railroad
conductors, with his wife and
daughter. Miss Lillian,are spend
ing the day with Mr. Veatch’s j
aged parents, Uncle Bern and
Aunt Jane Veatch, and other
relatives at this place.
Mrs. Minnie Price has ten
dered her resignation as librari
an. This will be regretted by
the patrons o f the public library
as Mrs. Price served in this ca
pacity ably and well and proved
at all times a most efficient li
The first pair of shoes delivered
to G off’s Shoe Hospital every
Monday morning half soled free.
Cut Out And Present This
Advertisement With Shoes.
The party who is behind the
proposed woolen mill for Cottage
Grove will look over the field
here soon, as will also a repre
sentative o f the proposed wood
distillation company, who con
Miss Myrtle Kem and friend. template installing a large plant
Miss Mona Dougherty o f Wal here.
lowa, who are attending the
Elmer Willard is accused o f
University o f Oregon at Eugene, appropriating goods not his own
spent last week at Miss Kern’ s from the Eagle Cigar Store. He
home in this city. They returned maintains he lost a watch fob on
to the University Sunday, C. M. the premises and entered by way
Shinn driving them down in the o f an open back door in search
o f it, when apprehended. He
Monroe, the photographer at waved examination before Jus
the bridge, is displaying some tice o f the Peace Alta King, and
excellent new work both in pho was bound over to the grand
tographs and views in his put- jury, and gave bonds in the sum
door cabinet. A specimen of o f $250.
enlarged work is included, all of
which is attracting much atten
tion and is creating very favor Creswell Defeats Roseburg.
able comment. You should see
Roseburg, Or., April 21.— In
Those ladies who were given
free advice last week in regard
to operating an auto by Mr.
Hickey o f the Nesmith Auto Co.,
say that he “ auto” be authority
on the question and evidently
spoke from experience, as he was
required to send in two hurry-up
calls for more gasolene before he
could get in from the country
Stone will show as much respect
and love for the departed one as
a more expensive stone if you
can afford only the smaller sum.
W e have various designs in low-
priced memorials \£e shall be
glad to submit to you.
We are told that Jack Grant
was out with— a camera recent
ly, so we may expect to see some
more familiar faces and scenes
in the “ live wire” soon.
The “ live wire” says, “ every
thing you can think o f ” is in its
columns, and we might add that
a lot o f things nobody ever heard
of, or thought o f can be found in
that paper. For instance, Burk-
C o.’s order for
“ 130 and 140 foot piling taking
two cars to the load.”
longest flat car being only 41
feet and 10 inches in length, the
"liv e wire” might explain just
how two cars will accommodate
SCHOOL BOND ELECTION
ON NEXT SATURDAY
Star Brand Shoes
NEW ERA ORUG STORE
M. E. Church.
Among many other testimonials
Parlor organ for sale or trade,
Mr. Walker submits the follow ing
from Harry K. Metcalf, proprietor good as new. Will sell cheap
for cash or trade for cow or
of the Sunnyside Greenhouses,
horse. See Stanley Martin.
“ I have seen your insect catcher
and I believe it to be a very com
plete and effective trap for tomato
fleas, beetles, etc., and it certainly
cannot injure the most tender plant
as the spray cure often does.
H . K. M etcalp .”
J. T. Moore, Pastor.
Next Sunday, 9:45 a. m., Sun
Artillery Reserves Take Notice. day School. 11:00 a. m!, Sermon,
subject: “ The Way o f Christian
Our instructor,Captain Collins, Progress. 6:30 p. m., Epworth
will be with us Friday, April League. 6:30 p. m.. Song and
25th. A good attendance is re sermon, subject: “ Entering into
Covenant With God.”
C a p t . H. K. M e t c a l f .
A Nice Little Farm Very Cheap.
— 26 acres, one-half mile from
Cottage Grove, good house, 12
acres in cultivation, 10 acres
ready for plow, 4 acres timber,
young family orchard, logan
berries, straw berries, currants,
etc. Crop and tools go witti
Courteoua Treatment, Prompt Service
3 creeks, over half
Want ice cream for your so-
a H. SÖ D ER STRÖ M , Prop.
bottom land. Inquire at Lead
icial? 'Phone No. 57—Bon Ton.
T od Confectionery
Keep your hips in place, your
chest high, your back, straight by
wearing a Parisiana Corset. W ith ou t
your making the slightest effort,
w ithout discomfort, this corset will
give you a correct figure and a grace
The second special school elec
tion to be held to vote on the
proposed issuance o f $40,000 in
bonds to be used in the con
struction and equipment o f a
modern high school building on
the site o f the present old build
ing, is called for Saturday at the
high school building, and it is
anticipated that a larger vote
than Eiefore will be polled, the
former election being a tie.
Sentiment seems to have changed
are designed for every type of figure.
materially since the first election
e in and ask to see the model
on this proposed bond issue, and
it is generally predicted that the
made for you.
measure will carry Saturday.
Every Parisiana is guaranteed to give you good
Some who at first thought the
amount o f the proposed bonds
wear, or you w ill receive a new corset without
more than necessary have come
to the conclusion that $50,000
should have been asked for to
The price you have been paying will buy a guar
provide a building which will
not require expensive additions
a few years later. Many who
Spfecial Agency for the Famous
favor the present bond issue,
would vote against a smaller
issue, believing a less
amount would be entirely inade
quate, so it is safe to say if the
present proposed bond issue is
defeated there will be no new
building this season, and the
o f the
The Largest Selling Brand of
schools will have to be tolerated
Shoes in the World
another year. There is said to
be a few investors and home-
seekers within our gates whose
final decision upon casting their
lots here will be determined by
the result o f Saturday’ s school
“ Star Brand Shoes Are Better”
election. If the bond issue is
defeated, these people will move
on, but if we are assured a new,
modern,commodious school build
ing and better ecjucational facili
ties, they will remain with us
In the Circuit Court of the
and be the means o f inducing CAMPBELL-COCHLIN— A t the State o f Oregon in and for Lane
home o f Rev. Harry Benton, in County.
others to locate here. This is a
Eugene, April 14, 1913, Stan
matter o f great importance to
Ida L. Jackson, plaintiff, vs.
ley M. Campbell and Mabel F. the unknown heirs at law o f
the community and should re
ceive the most serious considera
Daniel G. Lucas, deceased; also
Rev. Mary C. Benton, pastor all other persons or parties un
tion o f every legal voter.
o f the Christian church at known claiming any right, title,
Creswell, performed the cere estate or interest in the real es
tate described in the complaint
TWO FINE SIGHTS ON CANAL.
REEVE-MASON At the office herein, defendants.
To the unknown heirs at law
o f Justice G. Wells, in Eu
8 p i ! l w a y at G a t u n L oc k s an d L i g h t
house A r e Splendid.
gene, April 19, 1913, Ethelbert o f Daniel G. Lucas, deceased, al
Reeve and Eunice L. Mason, so all other persons or parties
Two interesting spectacles on the
great ruiminu canal, both of which
both o f Disston. Justice Wells unknown claiming any right,
represent flue pieces o f engineering
performed the ceremony. Mr. title, estate or interest in the
work, are the spillway of the Gatun
Reeve is millwright and head real estate described in the com
locks ami the lighthouse standing on
planerman for the J. I. Lumber plaint herein, defendants.
the point o f the locks between tbe two
In the name o f the State o f
Co. at Disston, and is a very
You are hereby re
Mason came to this city re quired to appear and answer the
cently from Washington, and complaint filed against you in the
was a sister-in-law o f Mr. above entitled suit within seven
Reeve. The Leader joins in weeks from the date o f the first
extending congratulations and publication o f this summons; and
best wishes to Mr. and Mrs. if you fail so to answer, for want
thereof, the Plaintiff will take
judgment against you as prayed
in her complaint on file in said
Confectioneries court, to-wit: That her title to
the Southeast fourth o f the
Northwest quarter o f Section
Thirty-one in Township Nineteen
South, Range Four West o f Wil
lamette Meridian be established
and quieted: that the defendants
To supply your
and all persons and especially the
unknown and all the heirs at law
of Daniel G, Lucas, deceased, lie
adjudged and decreed to have no
right, title or interest in or to
W e Have It— Try Us
said land or any part thereof ;and
that they be forever estopped
and barred from making or as
serting any claim in or to said
iands or any part thereof.
( p a t e n t a p p l ie d f o r )
This summons is served by
An inexpensive and simple litile publication thereof in the Cot
device designed, tested and found tage Grove Leader six weeks by
most effective in the destruction of order o f the Hon. L. T. Harris,
the flea l>eetle and general plant Judge o f said Court, made and
insects. Patented and thoroughly entered March 14th, 1913, and
tested by George O. Walker and the first publication thereof was
found most practical in his large made March 18th, 1913.
Photos by A m erican Press A ssociation.
tomato field last season.
A. E. W h e e l e r ,
GATUN SrrtiLWAY AND LIGHTHOUSE.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
chambers. The artificial falls of the
spillway are rivals of Niagara In gran
deur. They supply the power to open
the monster lock gates and the current
for the great locomotives which shall
pull the vessels through the canal. The
lighthouse will serve as a guide to ves
the opening game of the baseball sels and as a point of vantage for tour*
season played here today, Creswell tots.
won from Rosebnrg by a score o f
in 12 innings. The game
might have been termed a pitch
ers’ battle with Rankin in the box
for Creswell and Bush on the
mound for Roseburg.
Recipe for a Good Figure
If yottr dealer does not handle
them order one by mail, only 50c
and lasts a lifetime.
George O . W a l k e r
W A L K E R , O R ECO N
FISH M A R K E T
All Kinds of
Correct Method of
W a g on Making
AN D CLAM S
General Repair W ork
First National Bank
Constantly on Hand ' South of Sixth
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