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About Lane County leader. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Or.) 1903-1905 | View Entire Issue (May 8, 1903)
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OTTAGE GROVE. (R EGON
u* headquarters for tjiri*
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f gateway toi rfcli ffco-
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ulte ciimaltar mines I
Xarte County Xeaber.
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INVESTORS and HOMESEEKERS
will here find opportuuities
n o»h ere t*ls«* atforuiMl in Ore-
gou. Tin* Leader* will give
you tlie news ami iuvto con
cerning this favored locality
C O T T A !iE GROVE. I.ANK COUNTV, OREGON. MAY S, 1003.
40 feet down into the Cow Creek
lmd beeu made to blossom us the 11085636
lauding bottomside up, where it was
ms. by tho energy of the settlers.
submerged in water. The mail car
Iu regard to his election being a
was run into the embunkment. This
rebuke to the administration, he
saved the rest of the train and tho
stated that he stood unalterably for
! passengers from a frightful disaster.
all of the grand principes of the re
The rlum across Shotgun creek, a
Engineer Gray was severly bruised
publican party end was on the most
tributary to the Mohawk broke
and his back was sprained. Fireman
Monday and over 800,000 feet of
j Arthur Strader was also severly
chief executive, mid isim ardent sup
logs belonging to Hyland Lumber
bruised aud some ribs were broken.
porter uud admirer of Theodore
company broke away. Work was,
Roosevelt, while on the other hand, I News Notes of General In- Traffic was delayed 15 hours by tho
Lane County F:onet-i
his op: neut, Mr. Remues, was dis
old e r to save the com paiiy’ s logs.
terest F r o m Va
tinctively opposed and antagonistic
G o e s to His Last
Less than oue month remains be-
J. tV. Geary Post, G. A. R ., has
to every principle of republicanism
i fore the price of school laud will be
o f all Parties
taken preiiuiuary steps for seem ing
and President Roosevelt himself, and
I doubled, aud there is a rush uu the
proper observance of Memorial tiny
that his election, and his uly, would
I purchase of this class of property.
in Eugene, ltev. B. F. llotvluud has
he an emphatic rebuke to the admin
| On May 21, wheu the new law goes
been iuviteil to deliver the Memorial
! into effect, the price of school laud
sermon on Sunday, May 24. Other
Mr. Heiniann. however, spoke in
will be advanced from $1.25 pet-
arrangements are in the hands of the
the most kiudly manner of Mr.
acre to $2.50. The price of lieu
Remues and said that they were on
laud will be raised from $2.50 to $5
y Sermon to be Deliver- couin"tkee8-
W as Given Him—Addres the
most cordial terms, and that as
per acre, but as the state has no
leaked out that the
ed b y ^ e v . B, F. Row
11 L:is of Ju
st democratic committee
far as lie himself was concerned this
ses a Crowded House
lieu land, thi9 change in the law is
! would he a gentlemanly campaign.
of liitle present importance. The
land May 24th
in Masonic Hall
Mr. Hermann reviewed the work
passing opportunity to get 320 acres
! canvas with Mr Reams was the hope
of the two old parties aud drew a
The ladies of Roseburg have is causing a scramble for tbe cheap
of being able to exhibit their candi
DEATH OF H. II. D.U.
Hon. Ringer Hermann, republican fitting comparison, the oue standing organized a Lewis & Clarke club.
land. The opinion seems to prevail
date before Mr Hermanns never
Geo. R. Ray, an ■ .!•!
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that when the legal price has advanc
fuiling large and enthusiastic audi- candidate for congress from the first for peace, happiuess and pros
nonetr died Sunday morning at K
the other for discord,
ed the actual market value will be
( euues— the one being a gentleman Oregon district, arrived in this city perity
I’clock at the horn. <•: h> -,m. Id >.
national reputation, tbe other an at 1 o’ clock p. in. Wednesday. He nurest and poverty. Under the can iu politics. For years there has correspondingly strengthened.
If. Day, in Hillsboro, of paralysis. of
country lawyer; the former ' was met by a large delegation of i one we went to Lombard street, been a field at Albany for a live up-
■ Was aged 75 years, , lacking one
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with a record which is part of Ore-
, London, to borrew money, under
LINE A B O U T COMPLETED
ncl oue day. lieo. 15. Day
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representative citizens and escorted 1 1 be other the nations of the world to-date daily.
a well known pioneer
tl,« I L'ou • proud history; the latter simp- y ^ „ ........... ,
ly a good fellow and a “ son-in-law”
Wfa ’ M ’ s. He was born in Slim
noou was spent in looking over the wonderful expansion of our trade iu murderer, of Portland, will be hang Poles all Set and Wire will be Strung by Sat
of the late Congressman Tongue.
urday— “ Hello Lorane’’ Machinery wil|
ier county, Tennessee, Inn.' 5tli
town and renewing old acquain : the past few years and unprecedent ed Friday, June 5th. The execution
Arrive th r Week f
Complaints were filed Monday tanceships, the pioneer settlers, old ed prosperity nt home, He took up will take place iu the jail enclosure
¡828, and crossed the plains in 1852
with the Summer’s baud of oxen evening by tbe ministers and their friends and supporters of Mr. Her the tariff question and asked “ what at Portland.
■ h , settling nl once ill I .line agents against the direcors of the mann. representing members of nil does tariff for revenue only, menu?
The construction force at work
Win R. Hearst of San Francisco
Eugene Baseball Co. which was in- parties, being much gratified with simply a repetition of the hard times
intv where In
Examiner, Chicago American and ou the Cottage Grove, Lorane tele
In 1858 he was married to corp ora te u few weeks, ago result- an opportunity to again greet their of Cleveland’ s free trade term.” Aud
New York Journal was married to phone line completed the setting of
ia Harlow and the following iug. Tuesday iu the members of the old friend.
that “ the last time we tried tariff for Miss Millicent Wilson of New York, poles Monday afternoon and the
reu were horn to them: Henry i organization being tbe recipients of
work of hanging the wire was taken
In tbe evening the stirring music revenue only we all came near be city last week.
¿bn F ., William U., Francis E „ • various warrants citing them to ap- of the C. M. A. Rand directed the ing made paupers.”
up the next day. Mr. I. P. Inman
The smallpox near Prineville is the Lorune postmaster, wasiu town
Sarah \ . Mahh.il 11 . Geo. | car at 3 o ’clock to answer to the attention of the people to the Ma
He took up tlie trust question and
1 Robert 1!. Mr Day’ s home charge of violating the Sunday nmus- sonic hall, where Mr. Hermann was said his opponent was iu favor of assuming a violent form. Three Tuesday collecting the subscriptions
en for y,
u in I a half meat closing law, last Sunday. On accorded a packed house, many la repealing tbe tariff on all trust made physician are suffering with the to the Telephone enterprise and said
west of Creswell, where the appearing before the Justice of tlie dies being present. Our townsman, irticles, but as this includes about disease and doctors have been sent that nil subscribers were responding
bullied Friday M M the case was postponed until Darwin Rristow, called tbe house to all of our manufactured articles this to Prineville by the state board of promptly. He stated that the con
oon. The liincral bciug delay- IhUredtty for jury trial,
struction crew expected to have the
order and stated that the distin was uu ingenious way of declaring Health.
itil the arrival of a soli from
guished gentleman who would ad for free trade. He said the Republi
Contracts for (¿he grading of the wire all up by Saturday evening and
The remains were A NEW FOREST RESERVE dress the large audience assembled can party will revise aud muzzle the Oregon k Pacific Railroad between the line in working order by the
B from Hillsboro to Cresu. il
was too well known to Oregonians «ouster trusts, without returning to Grants 1‘tiss aud Crescent City have first of uext week.
day truin Thursday. The Has Been Created in Southwestern Oregon. to require an introduction at his ree trade aud hard tiMes^and again been let. Work will begin as soon
THE LOBAtiK CHEASIKIIY.
fli ts will lie held there at
ding a death blow to American as arrangements, have been mnde
Which will Withdraw About Si«W Townships hands, and then prevented Mr. H
Work Ins been
progv a-in '
^H H hiday Fiidm forenoon,
nwinn ns the nob. congressman from ii.bur. Roosevelt now lias the trusts for treou.ing a right of way.
Mostly in Josephine and Curry Counties.
steadily ou the Loraue Creamery
ito’terment iu tbe Creswell
tho First Oregon District.
Ml. by tiie throat. He took up, Lacked
enterprise ever since the company
California Masons have decided to
Officials of tbe U. S. land office in Hermann was received with a round by his party the Chicago beef trust
was incorporated some weeks ago,
license was issued [toMburg have been advised by of applause, and began by express and broke it up. A little later the
and upon the arrival of the machin
» morning to I rank \ouug wire that a new government forest ing his gratitude for the very cor salt combine was very unceremo
ery Saturday the plant will be in
Irs Louise 1 *. Babb
lOMfTe Las been created in South dial an 1 enthusiastic reception he niously smashed. Then came the next October will order that all stalled and soon he ready for
bauquetH given under the name of
L AY Brown went to Cottage western Oregon, and that all the had been accorded at this place. big railroad merger, and through any Masonic lodge of the state be operation. A good number of cows
Reference was made to the large the governor of the states most ef
have been secured to furnish milk
Monday to attend the month
uuuiher of ladies present, and he said fected, hacked by a republican ad strictly temperate.
for the creamery and the enterprise
■ M g of the I.elloy Miuili; specified are withdrawn from settle
if such “apathy" was manifested all ministration the m>.rger was com
ment or entry after this date.
Contractors F. I*’ Patterson and gives promise of being successful
The tract thus withdrawn includes along the line, lie would rec ive the batted and was recently dealt a Dan Fisher narrow ly escaped fatal! from the very commencement of
Hon. Sam White arrived in Eu - 1 sixty townships mostly in Josephine j largest vote in June ever given a death blow iu tho United States injury in Roseburg Saturday at the operations. There are few if any
De last Thursday afternoon. and and Curry counties and extending j candidate in tins congressional dis- courts of justice. This he said is railroad crossing ou Lane street. , communities in the county more
work as chairman of the Demo- frorn the southern portions of Dou- Iriet. He then paid a glowing trib- evidence that the republicans are The yard was full of cars and a | progressive, enterprising and pros
glas and Coos counties to the state , "te to tbe late Congressman Tongue, able and will remedy the trust evi
tic Congisesiotial Commute. .
Hying switch” of a caboose was perous than Lorane.
Mr Hermann said tbe Republican being made. As no engiue was
S. Barker, one of Eugene’s boumlrv line. The new reserve also I He felt that his selection as the
party was tbe Iir-t to declare tor heard approaching, and no watchman
Louis Bagger A Co., Patent At
enterprising business nun, extends into California, but the area I choice of his party to again repre-
American labor. He spoke eloquent was present to give warning the car torneys, Washington, D. C., report
build a sawmill ou the river iucluded in that state has not yet * .-ent this district iu congress as a
ly fur labor, but said that capital was utmost upon them before it was
ilk just below the Eugene bridge. been made known here. The total Haltering recognition of the value of
that recently John M. Culp, a resi
area of the now reserve in Oregon is j his former services in this capacity. was entitled to the same fair con seen. Their vehicle w as demolished
i baseball game here Sunday 1,405,410 acres. The withdraw«] ; He spoke of tho import«nee of prom- sideration, protection and recogai and the horse killed, ¡the moll mar dent of this place, obtained a valua
Eugene and Spnngli, Id of this large a re« does not effect the >'“ <nt positions on congressional tiou. He commended Roosevelt for velously esuupiug without serious ble patent for improvements in bot
^ H f iu a score of 11 to 11. No titles of the settlers now residing | committees and the great part play- his wise course in appointing a board injury.
tles. A printed copy of this patent
■ pt was mad.■ on the part of thereiu on claims heretofore regular-|
i“ legislation by these commit- of arbitration which recently amic
will be furnished free to nny reader
to ft0!' the Sunday lv filed in the U. 8. land offiee or tees. He had always been honored ably settled the great coal strike.
of this paper on application to the
other filings or proofs heretofore by appointments to good committee He has proven equal to every Fork, in Cow Creek Cnnyon. The
above named attorneys.
positions, and through his intimate i mergency.
i Free Methodist conference made.
He spoke of the Philippines and engine jumped the track and rolled this paper in writing.
acquaintance with the next Speaker
of the House, Mr. Cannon, would the consideration tbey should atidare
no doubt, if elected, be thus honor- ( receiving at the hands of tbe ad
ed again. He said Oregon is a ministration, in the way of tariff
great state, blessed with many out- : regulations. While the democrats
lets to the high seas, hut to send out opposed every movement toward
to the markets of the world our va their acquisition, Manila bus already
rious products, these many harbors proven to us what Hong Kong has
and waterways must be improved, long beeu t > England, a distributing
H A V E J U S T ARRI VED
and he stated he had lost none of point and great center lor Oriental
his old time enthusiasm for such im trade. Iu conclusion Mr Hermanu
provements. He deplored the re sail lie felt sure the people of this
cent order relating to the abandon district would turn ou tiu June and
All of tilt“ littest
ment of work at the mouth of the endorse the administration of Presi
Sinslaw river in Lane county, which dent Roosevelt by voting the Repub
dross fabrics in all
came as a blight to the beautiful, lien» ticket. Applause was frequent
tin* now woavos *nd
productive Sinslaw valley, which throughout tbe speech.
at a moderati* ex
choice patterns ::
vjneborg late last week,
It. H. Dollar I tide was ehoMeu
i* of the Kugeue ditittiol uuil Rev
M Keene, pastor for Cottage
ve, Cometoek anil Scotts Valley.
SERVED RED ROT
You Can be Fashionable
Our Spring Goods
1:30 o ’clock, soug service.
Cresswell District Annual Convention
Reports of committees.
Will Convene at Pleasant Hill May
Paper, “ The Teachers,” Mr. J,
16 th— Program.
The tenth Annual Convention of
Recitation, Spencer Butte School.
l tlie Creswell District Sunday School
Association will convene nt Pleasant
Program, Pleasant Hill School.
Recitation, Lynx Hollow School.
Hill on Saturday, Mat .llith at 10
| o ’clock a. m.
Paper, “ How to get the older
The following is the, program as ones to attend Sunday School,”
arranged by the committee.
Mrs. Cruzan, Cloverdale.
Soug service, led by Mr. Bradley, j
Recitation, Maggie Elliott, Gosh
Prayer, Rev. Hellene, Pleasant
Paper, “ The relation of the S un-,
Address of welcome, UiBs Ora | day School to the church, ltev.
Response1 to address of welcome.
Recitation, Dexter Union School.
Mrs. A. Johnson, Creswell,
Discussions are invited on all
Reading o f min a tea of last con-1 subjects.
Appointment of committees.
Reports of schools by their secre-1 Election of officers.
SUNDAY SCHOOL MEETING
Whi t e
W a s h
Latest Creations for 1903
Gentlemen and I-ailie- summer i nderwear.
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yii«-es and Childrens shoes. Men .* and
b y - shoes in light and heavy soles, yet and
box calf, and miners'
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tenso if you will al
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The only difTerence
I» e t w <*e n Tailor-
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in fa vor of the ¡goods