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About Lane County leader. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Or.) 1903-1905 | View Entire Issue (June 19, 1903)
Xane County Xeaòec.
T11, ■ heaikiuurtera lor three
„real luiiiherlu« cuMBMiies.
öiiiv gateway to the rieh lï<w
1 ¡, „i,r tolti milles, amt the
Hiu k hutte cin n abar m ines
INVESTORS and HOMESEEKERS
will here ttud oppoi rtunities
now here else afforded
lorde* in Ore
gon. riu* Leader w ill give
you tin- news and facts eoik*
eerulng this favored locality
COTTAGE GROVE, LANE COUNTY, OREGON, JUNE lit. 11 03.
witli the business men for the up-1
pearam-e of the carnival there, thus!
i cancelling the Eugene date.
»ere so t a lly crushed hm to pro
Sports— Tom J. Boyd, T. H. Ro-
| senberg, Lee Henry.
Thirty-two children, who are be
Decoration— O. O. McClellan,
Commencement week at the Uni-1
reft of both father uud mother have
; Elvis Gowdy, Del Morgan.
| \ e i si tv wiu« ushered in ¡Saturday with
| been taken in chargo by the refief
Grounds— Horace Harms, A. L.
j d "' Wculaurente Hermon by Dr. I
| Wynne, B. K. Lawson.
Stephen S. Wise of Portland, deliver- j
It is very hot here today and very
Program— F. H. ltosenburg, C.
ed before a large audience, the big
grave fours are entertained lest the
i S. Cochran.
j auditorium being comfortably tilled! !
uubuiied decaying bodies will breed
CARNIVAL QCKBN ELECTED
i t l 1** several city churches adjourned ’
Circuit Court Convenes and
The voting contest for the purpose
VICTIMS OF THE FLOOD.
Four Days o f Amusement, ! of electing a Queen to reign over the
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m 'S r at- The Latest News From the
Transacts a Bunch
Following is the list of the Hep-
four days carnival in this city next
j tend the baccalaureate bervicen. ,
Scene of Last Sun
1 'uer dead who have been identified
! Ih e eveuta of the week were a»
I I week, closed Wednesday evening
o f Business.
ami buried: Jus. Matlock, boy ol
and resulted as follows.
I tollowH: Monday— Recital of ycbool
Wm Ayers, two Hooket girls, Maml
| Miss Sarah Bartels.....................701ft
Music, Villard Hall. 8 p. m.
Jones, A C Geiger, Mrs Jas Jones
| “ Effie Stewart,.............. ... 2i)34r
uesday— Class Day. Campus, 2:30
’erev Dawson, wife and babe, Nora
“ Laura Spalding,............. 2930
le rn and Flower procession.
'lorin, Ada Curtis, Mrs Tom Mat
“ Blanche Johnson................ 62ft
Campus, 7 :15 p. rn. Address, Hon.
ock, Mrs. C It Redfield, Charley, a
I ‘‘ Leta Sanford,..............
| H. V. Holman, Villard Hull, 8 p. m.
Chinaman, onkuowuJap, J N Ker
T h i s is the Am ount it Took Wednesday- Alumni Day. Thurs-1 Victims
Number A b O U t nan and wife, Mrs Katy Walton, Jas N ext W ednesday is Open
Miss Bartels is a daughter of Mr.
to Operate Lane Co.
! ^ - C ^ - u e n c e m e u t . Villara Hall,
tV iilis, Vesta Andrews, Pearl Jones,
and Mrs. John Bartels, her father
3 5 0 —Relief Train
j J. ol) a. n). Alunjin ball, Armory,
ing Day—A Grand
j Mr Dowlson and wife, Mr Ivruge and
being the senior member of the meat
During M ay.
'J p- m.
family, Lea Stalter, Fern Stalter and
in a W rec k
market firm of Bartels & Veatch, She
JUNE TOM ClHCl’IT COURT
j children, Mrs Tom Howard, Mrs
is now receiving the hearty congrat
Hon. L. T. Harris is to orate at j The regular June term of circuit
Hepner, June 17.— This city is a Wells, J Harry of Loug creek, Lipse
Everything is now in readiness ulations of her many friends. She
Independence, Polk eouuty, on the court convened here Monday morn-1 heap of ruins. Twisted tree trunks and wife, Anna M’ Bride and mother for the big C. M. A. Band Carnival will reign over the carnival under
4th day of July.
, iug with Judge J. W. Hamilton on ! against which are piled masses of Geo Wells, Mrs Clyde Wells, Mrs which will open in this city next I the royal title of “Queen Sarah I.”
l)i. T. 15. Ford has arranged a lec-
wreckage mark the residence dis Jessie Kirk, Mrs Pearl Joues, baby Wednesday and continue four days. ! The contest at oue cent a vote netted
tilling trip to Northern Idaho, and) The list of jurymen was called and
j tricts. Scattered throughout this Ashbugli, babe of Dr W 1’ M’Sword, The Carnival attractions will cover the baud boys $143.90.
will leave this week.
¡the following excused; C.
W. wreckage are the bruised and d is-, i Geo ......
. ,. Robie and Louie Sal about two blocks in the Long Ad
W ild w o o d Item s.
F H. Ingham uud J. H. Zimmer-! Lyons, C. H. Wallace, Robert Pratt! ,ortea bodies of the ae“ a - Tlle death
dition to Cottage Grove a short dis
man are establishing a cider-vinegar
tance east of the depot. This Car-1 j . & Medley’s smiling face was
George Warner (out of the state! j "Huess says:
™ ° 8 R Howard end wife, uival aggregation is three times lai - ¡seen on our streets Thursday,
manufactory in Eugene.
I R. M. Day, R. G. Fowler and C. A.
The advancing Hood swept down
Bat Burf- MT
aud Le«lcr, Grover ger this season than ever before.
Mr L- G Le
The Lane Couuty Veterans Union Davis.
the streets sweeping all before it. Wrrght Mw Jas Long
Ora Roberts, now requiring a special train of cars Grove to br,
hi> familf homo.
is holding a very interesting and
Geo. Motley and H. Saunders » « “ in *, collapsed like houses of u F ^ ln d a t i T o ba^eT
b ^ e T f to transport the shows. It has over
well attended three days session in
under indictment for irnml.lmo m cards, and were broken to kindling - — . , .
. “r 1?8’ baV®. of
Klrk aud fa,mly of Horeua
umlei indictment for gambling at wniv,
....♦ „„„..„,i,„i \ of E«1 Xsbaw, Frank Oxley, Wilbur 100 performers, 40 feature acts, a 1 J
wood while their iumates, overwhel
monster wild auimal show, 9 large *P®nt Sunday with Mrs. Kirk’ s sister,
George CToner has leased the Cottage Grove, pleaded guilty and med by the sudden catastrophe, Beard, Florence French, Seid da m c -
tents, Ferris wheel, merry-go-round, “ r8, Rda P 'ttdier-
Belknap Springs property for this on Tuesday were fined $50 each by could be seen
old plantation theater, Japanese ac-
Miss Laura Hefty, who is teaching
season, with the privilege of
A-Ve,,s aud ‘ 'vo children tors aud acrobats, streets of Cairo, school here, and Jennie Hunt visited
in the uiad rush of waters, while
season of 11)04.
Torn Goodpasture, indicted for,
s on higher
eround.- i.earl JoUe8 uud two children, Fred the great Lorette Vaudeville Co„ | Mrs. J. E. Damewood Sunday,
Willis aud iufant sou, Mrs. Andrew
The uew Gross hotel in this city pointing a pistol at his nephew. B stood b |lel[)leHS to 8ave th”m.
Mr. aud Mrs. Wm. Hawley and
.Hood aud little girl, Press Looney, the Edison electric show, the famous
will be conducted by Mr. Gross 4. Goodpasture, pleaded gilty an d1
j The scene of desolation and ruin
Wallace glass blowers, and many daughters, Miss Mary and Mrs. Tin-
personally and will be open to the
is iudescriabie. Wreckage and mini
nie Cook, were visitors at the homo
F . Clealier pleaded guilty to sell - 1 ig over all, while the air is heavy with James Roberts, A. Ambrauisicks,
public July 1st.
Eriday, the 26th, will be Eugene of Mr. B. M. Hawley Saturday.
There has been a marriage fere.
illeGall>’ aud was fined j the smell of preservative chemicals. lis, Mabel Auurcws, Doras Thornton, Jay.
Miss Carrie Anderson of Star has
The hoiueltsa are being cared for in
in Eugene recently that has carried $ -IMI aud 0O8ts.
The following program ban been accepted a position as assistant cook
i /.elma Joues, Harry Hauby, B. S.
away a good many of the fair
Vaughan aud wife, T. R. Howard, arranged by tbe local committee to at the Red bridge Hotef, which is
| vs. Geo. Rowen aud J. Hollands- the residences of those whose homes
daughters to distant places.
■ Stella Jenkins, James Jones, Mrs. furnish entertainment for the public i uow under the able management of
worth, larceny of money from Win. did not stand in the line of dovasta
during the morning hours of Carol- , Mrs. Ella Pitoher.
Clerk Lee issued licenses Monday |
Banks, Hazel Haynes.
Moore, of Creswell was called Tues- j tion. The courageous workers of
to the following:
Charles E. Me-|
School meeting was held at the
The prisoners pleaded not j the town are receiving the bodies in
\ p p om a tox P o s t M eetin g.
Cutrlieon aud Cora M. Gilson; H. S.
school bouse, Monday afternoon and
j guilty aud a jury was called. The ¡Roberts Hull, aud cutting away their
©organ and Ruby Thomas;
Band Concert, 9:30 a. m.
tbe following officers elected: Ar
* * prisoners claimed that Moore gave clothing with sharp shears they
At the regular stated meeting of
Grand Parade, 10:30 a. m.
Wilson and Helen M. Swift.
thur Vanschoick clerk, T. M. Hunt
I them the money to keep them from wash the mud from the bruised aud Appomattox Post, No. 34, G. A. It.
and C. E. Hawley directors.
Eugene carried off high honors at tojHng of a cerUiu crllue which they battei ed dead and when they aie last Saturday Che previous officers
Opening o f Midway aud Arnold's
the meeting of the Masonic Grandi allege Moore committed while with I identified they are placed in hastily elect were installed aud inducted in
Mrs. Geo. Kerr has closed her ho
B h o w s , 1:30.
Lodge in Portland last week. S. M them in Moor’es h-use. The defense ! constructed rough board boxes aud to their several positions.
tel at this place and gone to cook at
Coronation of Queen Sarah I, 9 p m
Yoran was elected grand mastor and wa8 based on this claim. Verdict hurried out to the graveyard, where
the road camp above the Warehouse.
}. F. Robinson, grand secretary.
GujHy was rendered by the a body of citizens are serving as a against the post was lignidated.
She was accompanyod by her daugh
Baseball game 10 a. m. Spring- ter, Miss Edna and so d Raymond.
A. C. W oodcock bid iu the Dr. (jury.
I burial squad.
Comrade F. E. Miller was unani
Mr. Green Pitcher aud wife came
H. A. Davis hop ranch at Harris- j Gbag Bruueau et al vs. city of
Here aud there the Bearcbers ob mously selected to represent the field vs Cottage Grove— purse $50.
Baby Show, 2 p. iu.— prize $50.
| down from the mines Thursday and
burg at administrator sale in Albauy !
GroVe- report of referee. serve a hit of color in the wreckage post at the department encampment
I took passage on theO. and S. E. for
list week for $23,000, The farm Was continued for term.
j and pulling away surrounding deb- iu Portland on June 27 to 2!) iu.
consists of 454 acres about 50 acres!
, .. T m, ....„ „ , ris they discover a child; or a mud- elusive.
Hose race, 10 a. m.— purse $15. the Grove where they will spend
n few weeks before returning to tho
of which are in hops.
lh os A1‘ e n *
Sber"(0° df stained bit of linen marks where a
Several comrades spoke in glowing Eagle Co. vs Rescue Co.
Foot race, broad jump, high jump, ! hills.
County Clerk Lee drew »21 j referee.° Was continued’faiTterm, j body baa lodged in tho drift
When terms of the coming conclave of the
warrants this month, amounting t o , 0regon ttU(j
R a il.: unB ° f tbe *'
h '"1“ -'“ Ua' n 'V “ National G. A. li. at Sau Francisco pole vault, etc., for gold medals.
Herbert Leigh left on the morn
to be the child of ono of tbe searchers iu August next aud signified their
$‘■*.132.15, ns the expenses of Laue
ing train for Bohemia, where he
road company vs Beujamine Hall,; the sight is sad and pathetic beyond iuteution of beiug present at thnt
County for the month of May, that
| goes to superintend operations at
Band concei t, 9:30 a in.
to assess damages. Dismissed.
number of bills having been allowed
Base ball game, 10 a. in.— purse the North Fairview mines. He will
by the County Court at the term
start a full crew of miners to work
coinpauy vs. W. W. and Carrie wagons are being driven rapidly up, post accept the membership of all $50. lioseburg vs winning team of
begun June 3, and closed June G.
Local capitnl is interested
Hawley; damages. Dismissed.
in the NortliJ Fairview properties.—
E. H. Burch, representative of
Oregon A Southeastern Railroad covered. A good many of the dead fee until the 1st day of August.
tbe Southern Carnival Company,
Carnival ball at opera house iu Eugene Register, Tuesday.
are bruised and battered and have
There were 21 old veterans iu at
which was to have appeared here company vs Joseph Wicks, aud wife; been buried without identification. tendance at the meeting ami the the eveuiDg,
Railroad men say that A b o u t
tbe week before the Fourth of July, damages. Dismissed.
best of comradeship prevailed.
120,000 immigrants liave come to
LOSS OE LIFE AND PROPERTY.
emue up from Albany Saturday nud
The Cost Fork Lumber Company
At the noou hour the ladies of the
General— A. I,. Wyuue, Chas. S. Oregon since the low rates were
H kppneu , June 17.— It will be a
Announced that he closed a contract! vs. Peter McMartin; confirmation.
i established in February. ■
number of days yet before a com Relief Corpse furnished an excellent Cochran.
dinner in the hall which was hearti
plete list of the dead can be publish
ly enjoyed aud fully uppreciat ed
ed, in fact, just how uiauy perished
by the old veterans.
may never be known. It is probab
le the number does not exceed 350. T o Im p rove the C ity's Morals.
Manv bodies may have been depos
ited in tbe mud in the valley aud
The following interesting pro-
m »y therefore never be recovered. g ' rt" ‘ wdl he rendered at the M. E.
R e p o r t s f r o m lone state that crops church next Sunday evening:
in the vallev between that town aud Noluntary.........................Miss Silsby
Heppncr arc practically ruined, and Souif,..............................Congregation
this, with the damage to the O R A Prayer....
J M Currin
N railroad, may bring the total Scripture Reading, Mrs. 1. T\heeler
W e are otte nn;r
EXPENSES $ 9 ,1 3 2 ;
LIST OF THE DEM
AT COTTAGE BEOVE
CLOSING OUT AT COST
For Spot Cash
Our entire line
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W I N I) ( )
S H A 1) K «
C A R P E T «
M A T T I N G S
R O C K E R V
TUBS A X D
W A S H B O A K DS
If you desire bargains in any
of these lines, cull and see us
Eahin ® Bristow
CHASE S SANBORN S
« S t e s r A.io,
Solo. .......... ....... I l l » B . « i , B o jt a
^ l]ljres8j ....... Rev. F. E. Billiugton
A ( l i l r e 8 8 ......................... Rev. I. M. Bovles
................. Rev. G. H. Feese
These meetings will be held at
regular intervals for the purpose of
arousing public sentiment in favor
m a r t ia l l a w d e c l a r e d .
0f a better observance of thp laws ot
H e p p n e k , June 17.— Martial law our city aud state.
It is believed
has been declared. A relief train is that the time has come when some-
expected from Walia Walla today J thing must be done in order to im-
with food and coffins, tbe latter be-1 prove tbe moral conditions of our
ing the most needed as scores of | little city. Attorney King, we arc
bodies are unbuned, and 224corpses ' informed, will show up some things
have been recovered. For 12 miles Sunday night that will be worth lis-
down Willow creek are piles of de- teniug too. It is also rumored that
bris, all supposed to contain bodies, j the city fathers will attend in force.
The p r i n c i p a l efforts are centered on The addresses will be limited to 15
clearing the town, but small parties ; minutes each.
are working along the creek and are
Recently very rich ore has been
, discovering bodies every little while.
uncovered in the Helena No 1. The
A HEART-RENDING SIGHT.
Champion is keeping up its reputa
H eipsek . June 17.— An unidenti tion as a producer. Tbe Musick has
fied woman was found dead today an extremely rich chute of ore block
1 in a pile of debris.
She held two ed out and it is understood that a
little children, also dead, tightly conservative estimate places its val
clasped to her bosom. Their head» ue up in the thousands of dollars.
L e x i n g t o n , Juue
17. A relief
train from Pendleton to Heppner
w a s broken in two by the collapse
of a bridge 30 miles D o r th of t h is
place today. Four persons aud two
horses were drownei .
portion of the
-ie T,ir }
went on throug o eppner.