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COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON
ni., lu'.iüiiuartor» f“ r three
J“1.., luiiiiierliiR <'..inp»utes.
^ t.'w ay t.. the rieh
g*.k Butte einmal bar mines
Harte County Heaber.
INVESTORS and HO M ESEEKERS
will here And opportunities
no«*here else afforded in Ore
gon. The Leader will give
you the news and facts con
senting this favored locality
COTTAGE GROVE, LANE COUNTY, OREGON, JU LY 31, 1903,
One more round and tbe
The Handing of
the teams now is as follows: Salem
(Jul; Roseburg 590; Eugene 522:
Alban \ 255.
Day & Heudtrson, where it was
land, Or., on March 5, 1903, the
! prepared for burial.
little one being a little more than
From all indications, it seems that
4 months of age. Sho is a remark
j Griiliiu had gone to a quiet spot on
able child, stands alone, crawls, kiss
[ the river bank Monday night July
es, shakes her hands “ by-bye,” and
j 20th, where he had been sleeping
speaks a few words, and her bright
Shot fo r it Deer.
| and took an injection of morphine,
ness would be wonderful for a much
which has been almost a necessity
older child. Her weight at birth
The open season for deer had o n -!
j since his return from the hospital on
was 8 pounds. She now tips the
ly just arrived in Southern Oregon
! account of his terrible suffering from
j scales at 22 pounds, and is 28 inches
when the usual report of a “ man „
Eugene Firm Opens a shot for a deer” came in. The vict- -“ ^ y of Charles Griffin rheumatism, with which he had been
in hei*hth- As her B'ze aud feature*
afflicted for some time. It is thought Southeastern Oregon W ill indicate
that she is young, the little
im was Dr. Cooper, of Checto, Or., a
Branch Shoe Store
that paitially awakeuiug and while
Miss Stanley attracts the attention
Surely get a Rail
well-known citizen of Curry county. 1
in a stupor late in the night lie fell
of all, but tbe surprise is greater
The accident happened iu the moun
from the bluff into the river and was
when her age is told.
tains of that district a few days a g o .,
drowned. His watch had stopped
Dr. Cooper was shot by a young
at 14 minutes to 12, indicating that
E xcu rsion an d B aseball.
companion from Oakland, Cal., and
probably the accident happened a
lived but a few hours. The bullet
few minutes before that time.
The excursion to the Red Bridge
penetrated the abdoman and went j
Last winter he received treatment
Sunday, on the O. A S. E. railroad
-und Over on a $ 1 0 0 0 S K 1 i ^ ° U t t o i u K . > « » Prominent and Pop- at a Portland hospital for Sciatia and Coos Bay to Drain, thence was larg e*y attended scores of our
has been in poor health for some
people availjug themselves of this
bov saying that he took a different
Bond to Keep the
ular Young M a n—
through Bohemia a
time but never seemed despondent
opportunity to inspect the season’s
route in the brush from that which
or weary of life.
construction work on the new road
had been laid out by them.
The deceased was born in Rock
and enjoy a summer day in the
ford, Winnebago countv, Illinois,
woodland and on the banks of the
MURDER IN CURRY COUNTY".
Charles J. Donelson and Jutta L.
The body of Charles Griffin, a well May 6, 187G, and was therefore 27
P a is l e y , Or. July 29— F. G. Burk
cool mountaiu streams at the present
but were granted license to wed
Henry Keller of Langlois, Curry known young business mnn of Eu years, 2 months and 14 days old at of Minneapolis spent two days here
terminus of the road. The baseball
county, killed his wife, nee Appleby, gene, who mysteriously diasappeared the time of his death. He came to making a personal examination of
game betwrgn a picked nine oiO . <fc
Mrs, Carrie Holsinger visited a 1«8‘ Saturday and then shot himself. from his home and was last seen ! Oregon in 1888 with his parents and the country and a feasible route for S. E. railroad boys and tbe Cottage
„ „ jealous of his
_____ . . .
! became a resident of Eugene at that a railroad which he thinks will be Grove Cyclones resulted in a score
ew days at Cottage Grove before re-1 Ke.,ler " as «trem
the liver bank in tUe! timej attending the public school built from Salt Lake to the coast, j ¿ f l5 to 8 in favor of the latter. A
timing her position as operator iu wife and suspected undue intimacy ! sleeP1DK
«Postal Telegraph office this week. between her and a young man nam outskirts of that city Monday night and later the University of Oregon, terminating somewhere near Eu- very pleasant and enjoyable day was
ed Adolpbson. Saturday morning of last week, was discovered floating Of late he has been associated in con gene. He expressed the belief that reported by the three car loads of
with | he started out after Adolpbson with or lodged against the boom cable of ducting a hardware business with the $ 10,000,000 recently paid the excursionists. These regular week
Frank Young, charged
hreatening to kill Mrs. Nellie a revolver, but failing to find him
his brothers, Walter and Drew Union Pacific Co. by Clark for the ly excursionists on this road are
Oregon Short Line, will be expend proving a great attraction to the
^ilson, was bound over iu tbe sum he went home and committed a dou the Eugene Lumber Co. last Sunday Griffin on Willamette street.
I $100 to keep the peace until the ble tragedy. Two small boys sur morning at eight o ’clock.
He was a member of the K. of P. ed on a road through this country people of Cottage Grove and vicinity
Archie, son of J. H. Dick, who re and Elk lodges, Second Lieutenant to the Pacific Coast.
The family was
ext term of circuit court. The vive the couple.
and affords them reBt and recreation
mis were furnished and Young is well respected.
sides near the river by the Eugene of Company A, Separate Battalion,
. , an examination o t t h ^ o u u - i without the necessity of a long tire-
Lumber Co’s,, saw mill, and some I and prominent in other orgauizations try he has concluded that the most g0me trip to the coast or mountains.
practical route for such a road
N e w M e a t M a r k e t Kirin.
The Eugene cannery ceased opera
other children, were picking up fish of Eugene. The drowning is sad would be across the desert from A good mnDy take their camping
outfits and remain from one excursiou
dos Saturday until some time in the
which had deen killed by dynamite
the entire community goes out to Stein’s Mountain, striking Lake to the next out in the Bohemia foot-
T. O. Gray purchased a half in- bjasts in the river Sunday morning i ' of
ter part of August, when peara and
ief strickeu motl)Jer* and other county at a point where Oregon and i bdji8
her fall fruits begin to ripen. Pears trest in G. C. Ewen’s meat market discovered something that looked
relatives. The furneral was held at California corners on the Nevada
11 be canned first, then tomatoes, establishment in this city this week
a body hanging against the the home of the unfortunate young line, thence bearing northwest and
D e e r S k i n s M nst B e T a g g e d .
d tbe dryer will commence on ^ tho finn wi], hereafter bc known cable. He ran at once and notified
man. Sunday afternoon at 4 o’clock, passing through Crooked creek val
uil8 the State Game
| as Ewin & Gray. Mr. Gray is an Henrv M ,0' e' " lio was crossing the conducted by liev. D. E. Loveridge ley and up the Chewauean valley to j Tbe law
The game of baseball which was old experienced hand at tbe business rJver 1,1 11 bnat- ‘'1°°'® examined and was largely attended, the socie Paisley, and m a northwesterly di- , Warden to furnish tags to every
over the county clerk in the state, who is tt>
have been played last Thursday i and tbe new firm will put forth i tbei8UPI’os®c* corpse to see if it was ties and organizations of which he rection to the low pass
j teams chosen from tbe K. P. j every effort to please their patrons j ***“ 3 a body. He found the report was a member attending in a body. Cascade mountains on the head issue them to hunters killing deer,
waters of the north middle fork of and one of them properly stamped
gesol Cottage Grove and EugeDe, and secure new ones by supply
sunnlv-' *? be tr.ue but did uot tr-V to identify
c o r o n o r ’ s v e r d ic t
the Willamette River. Nearly all of is to be attached to the skin of each
postponed indefinitely on ac- ing them with the very best fresb the body.
The hair was out of the water, the
We the jury empaneled to investi the timber in this part of Oregon
ut of the mysterious disappear and salt meats to be obtained aud
deer they shoot. These tags should
ed ( ’has Griffin, whose body they will also keep fish and fat poul feet touching bottom in about four gate tbe cause of the death of the would be accessible to such a road. have been in the hands of the County
[If such a railroad enterprise is Clerks some time ago, as the open
found floating in the river at try. A child will be treated just
h place Sunday morning. The the same in its business transactions | tbe cable on its breast, being held the remains now before us is the undertaken there islittle doubt but season for shooting deer commenced
body of Charles W. Griffin, of Eu- that connections will be made with
! is a sad one.
with this firm as a grown persons by the flow of the water.
on July 15, and many have been kill
Mr. Moore secured the corpse with gene, Lane county, Oregon. That the Oregon A South Eastern rail
ed already. It must be remem
It. W. Welch of the firm of Gilbert
wire and telephoned for Walter be came to his death by accidental road in the Bohemia mining district
, , ,,
. . . .
bered that the number of deer allow
d Welch left Saturday for Albany found in a modern and first class ,,
east of Cottage Grove and that the ed to be shot by each hunter is lim
meat market will be found here. |
ere he will conduct the branch a,.
• i _j tifving the coroner. Coronor K in g1 Eugene, Lane countv, Oregon,
road will be extended from this city ited to five, aDd that none are allow
^ , 0 0>cU(ck and the body |
store for tbe firm. The store The firm » composed of genial and
! tw£ n the hour8 of n an(, jîj oV 'clock to Drain, thence to Gardiner, Coos ed to lie sold; nor are hunters allow-
opened to the public Monday.
was taken to the undertaking parlors p. m., on Monday, July 20, 1903.
Bay and on down the coast to con- ed to shot deer, elk etc, for obtaining
il> Welch is a shoe man of exper- j business men. You will always get
nect with the California coast road the hide, horns, hams, or other flesh
and will no doubt conduct
at Eureka.— En.j
for the purpose of sale, barter or
splendid business iu Albany. He
exchange, except upon premission
the senior member of the firm of! j meat market. Try it and be con-
from tbe State Game Warden.
Proposed to Run Sunday Excursions The Highwaymen are Apprehended and
¡W e l c h A M oods, general furnishings ! vinced.
Cottage Grove which is conduct- j A the 8e, 8:on 0'f lhe A 0 . u W.
The Portland Telegram of July 24
and Taken to Roseburg.
& Southeastern Railroad.
personally by Mr. W oods and we
held at Portlaud laat
has been appointed
tre informed a good permaneet bus- “ eek the $
picture of the bright little four ,,OBtm98ter
Drain, in place of J.
ess is being established there.
not to change the preBent assessment
Late Thursday night a youth who
E ugene , July 29— John P. Jones,
mouths old babe of Mr. and Mrs. | A ’
who recently resigned.
The league ball games Saturday plan to conform with that enacted traveling passenger agent of the S. resides at Elkton, Douglas County
was born to Mr. aud
Sunday resulted as follows: At by the supreme Grand Lodge iu its
was held up and robbed of all the
chased the merchandise stock of Mrs. Mrs. J. E. Karley in Grants Pass a
up a new Sunday excursion proposi
Eugene 0 ,Salem 5. meeting at St. Paul recently.
money he had, about $7.50, in the Elsea ¿i Son, of Cottage Grove and few days ago. The father is over CO
tion, about which he and John H.
At Roseburg, Albany 1, Roseburg 4.,
the' vicinity of Drain by two y o u D g ho- who have taken charge of the busi and the mother. 55 years old.
•day at Salem Eugene 1, Salem 5.
The following is the business
ness. Of this bright little tot the
At Rost burg Albany 0, Roseburg 7. transacted at the land office at llose- new Bohemia railroad, have had bos aged about 17 and 24 years.
This is a fast age. A Life of tho
The youths name was Clements and Telegram said:
The race for the championship and burg, Or.gon, during June, 1903: some correspondence.
The scheme is to run excursions it appears he had met the fellows Stanley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pope was placed on the market on
tht pennant is now between Salem Homestead entries, 75; timber land
Geo. C. Stanley, was born in Ash- the evening of his death.
from Eugene to the present termin
»nd Roseburg with odds in favor of entries, 182.
earl er in the evening and at about
us of the O. At S. E. railroad near
midnight the younger hobo enticed
Bohemia, leaving Eugene early Sun
Clements to a lonely spot in Drain
day morning, giving the crowds aj
where the robbety occured. The
full day iu the mountains aud re" l oigcerg here were notified and ap-
turning in tbe evening.
the culprits sitting in
Mr. Jones says he thinks the plan j P*®
front of the Sherwood House about
a good oDe and that he is in favor |
noon Friday. Upon being searched
of inaugurating this Sunday excur-1
$5 iu gold was found sewed up in
sion service if enough business can j
the older hobo’ s trouser leg aud the
be hu«l to cover expenses which will j
silver coins stolen, among which
be considerable for his company.— j
were two or three rare old coins
i were also recovered. The culprits
w e are otte rin er
were taken to Drain by Constable
ought to be well patronized by Eu-1
Lawson and acting Marshal Ernest
A T C O 8 T
gene people, as few have e' e/ w h e r e an examination was held Sat-
the picturesque countrj
„ | urda^ by District Attorney Brown,
which the new Bohemia road tra>- Gno JQf- tb<j lnen who gaTe hig
erses. The scenery is gram i
DM)| 88 Sidney Pitman, confessed
nature’s attractions and allurements to the crime, implicating his partner,
Tin- neatest, newest
arc many. There art many shady whose name is Jester Ballard. The
Our entire line
and nulddest line of
1 dells through which flow ice cold men were bound over to appear for
. . o f . .
mountaiu itreams in the Bahemia trial at the next term of tbe circuit
ever saw, and
\ foot-hills where a quiet and very court in Roseburg. Pitman is an it
W I X 1) O \ Y
<i sure yon can
j enjoyable Sunday can be spent.
inerant tin-horn gambler. Ballard
8 II A I) K 8
A very low rate for the round trip is a hobo who gives McMinnville as
not fail to lie ]»leas
i will be given if it is decided to run bis home. Both men are in jail at
ed with something
C A R P E TS
these excursions, which would also Roseburg awaiting trial.
vou will see in the
give Cottage Grove people a fine
M A T T I X G 8
line of new summer
opportunity to spend Sunday in Eu-
J u n e G r a d u a t e S u icides.
styles at : : : :
gene sight seeing or visiting friends.
A sad tragedy was enacted on the \
G L A S S W A RE
A distinguished party will go to Big Elk River southwest of Corval
A X 1>
! Crater Lake on August 4, among the lis Monday. Vera Ridenour, bright
number being Gov. Chamberlain, pretty and popular, but 1 < years of
W A 8 H B O A R I» S
Senators Mitchell, Fulton and Joa- age, swallowed carbolic acid with i
suicidal intent and died in terrible j
agony three hours later. She left a i
If you desire húrgalos in any
fieo H Durham was elected note but it gave no explanation of |
of these lines, call and see us
(irand Master Workman and Mrs the rash deed farther than ahe had,
I l il l » B Colvig wife of Supreme no desire to live longer. It is be-
llu M U l
U U Ml M I U 1 U I
Orerseer W M Colvig, was elected l.eved she had a lover w h o'proved i
S e f of Honor of the Degree of H on-1 unworthy or false to her. Deceased
the meeting of the A O. M. W. graduated from the Corvallia pub-
tiouiilc will end.
M E R Y CLOSED
HISSING 1 WEEK
W e are R ea d y
T o S h ow Y ou
CLOSING OUT AT COST
For Spot Cash
Eakin ® Bristow
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