Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Lane County leader. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Or.) 1903-1905 | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1904)
O u r Mollo: "L iv e a n d Let L iv e"
LADIES’ W R A P P E R S
LADIES’ UNE ER W E A R
50c to $1 suit
On» of the
ic most complete
N E W G O O D S A R R IV E D
85c to $1.50
LADIES’ B LACK SATE EN
Umlerukirts. If you are wi.se you
will take advantage of this offer.
C H IL D R E N ’S U N D E R W E A R
Comfort at small cost.
$1 a n i 2.25
25c to 70c suit
NEW YO RK
A . K. SHER.K, Proprietor
E tt” lL E n J B rid g e
Our line of Ludies’ Misses and Children's lio»e are com
plete. Men's sox and fancy hose can't be excelled.
suits, men's neckwear, underwear and all kinds of notions
usually kept in u racket store.
S P E C IA L
A small line of ladies' misses and liild-
reu's shoes at Actual Cost, to make room for other goods
15he Stamp vf QuaJity
M EN’ S DRESS SHIRTS
O ur P olicy: "Q u ic k Sales
Small P ro fil, fer C ash."
None like them in town for the
M E N ’S O V E R A L L S
50c to $1.25
Some good enough for Sunday,
NEW GOODS A RR IVE D
5 5 to 95c
Men’s and Boy’s Wrk Shirts
Cheaper than your wife cun muke
th em .
Boys’ and Kids’ Overalls
Economy revealed in every price
25 to 4 5c
45 to 60c
LIVELY CITY ELECTION
W . S. C h r ls m â n
,Conclude«! from first page.
lots were tukeu which resulted in
the re-election of H. E. Underwood.
The vote up to the eight ballot
stood, Underwood .‘i, Martin 2, j
Ostrander X, necessary to elect X.
.Some little surprise was createli
about town by the selection ou ac
count of the high salaried man be
ing elected, H. E. Underwood put
ting iu his bid at ft it) per month,
aud Hobt. Martin, tbe present night-
watch, 850. However, the matter;
rests entirely with the council the i
mayor having no voice in tbe selec- j
C O T T A G E GROV«'
tion, their being no tie. The sewer ;
O R E G O N
bouds carried by a vote of 283 to
The retireing mayor and other
members of the council are to be
complimented upon tbe efficient ser
vices rendered tbe city during their
administrations, it being u well
established fact that universal satis
faction in such official positions is
an “ unheard of quantity.”
W o have them at all price»
^ O u r Stock is Complete in the Above Lines s ; v«
: The newly installed officers are
Also, we carry the best
makes of tools of all kinds
I intelligent enterprising public spirit-
f o r carpenters, cabinet
makers and machinists.
ed tux payers of tbe city in whom
Complete stock of general
! tbe people may safe1}' repose couti-
hardware. See us he tore
buying your farm imple
| deuce, us it is a matter of fact that
ments and wagons : ; •
! their own personal interests will
prompt them to give tbe city as con
servative. economical and business
“ powers that be” that the names of like administration as is possible, in
members of both factions appeared consideration of the fact that con
on the slated ticket and not until the templated progressive improvements
(Concluded from IIi si page.:
(Concluded from lir»t page )
ticket was sprung iu the con the most important aud uecessary, j
oping a group of rich claims. On to be chosen to attend tbe republi vention was it known to he other being the construction of sewerage,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
the Vesuvius over a mile of tunnel» can county convention Saturday wise. This kind of political juggerl- will inc«r the outlav of a large sum. | Death of Hon John H .5hupe
United States Lami onice,
have be«u drilled. The ore is oxi- | April !*. Organization was effected ry may flourish for a time, but it is Here's congratulations aud wishes ' Hon. John H. Shupe, one of the
Koseburg, Oregon, March 15, r
Notice is hereby given that in compii
dized to a depth of 350 feet, and ■ by the selection of Col. W. H. Blair sure to meet the frown of public for a successful administration for prominent citizens o f hoseburg, null with
the provisions of the act 0» Congress
the quantity is said to be unlimited as clisiriiinu and C. J. Howard for and party condemnation in the end Mayor Medley and his council.
well known all over the state passed timber u,'*d.7n‘.h'.'Vi.'t",o/, X . i X ’ r'
and enough is blocked out tu run secretary. Chairman Blair appoint and its adheareuts be relegated to a
away ¡¡peacefully at his home Nevada .and Washington Territory,” asex
•4 to all tbe public land states by act of A
for rears. Ou another claim there ed Jas. He men way and H.B. Yancey remote corner iu the political bone-
L ake C ou n ty H e a r d f r o m .
early Sunday morning, A| ril 3, 4,1892.
is 1,000 feet of tunueliug on a lode as tellers und tbe election of dele-
¡State politics this year center on 11*04, of heart failure, the termiual-
S AKA II K. It LA IK
nf copper ore, whicb carries from 5 gut«» proceeded by ballot, tbe print ! berry flourish. The sentiment for the nomination of republican candi ion of an illness of several months, has this day tiled in this office iter sworn s
to 211 per cent copper and gold. Mr. ed ticket being the only one in evi honest politics may become some dates for congress. The tight in the it .
ment No ¿on; for the purcltase of the i
He was neat h o4 teats ol a0e.
section No jo, Township 20 s,of K 2 west
Hard in mu» in the east to aecure a dence, was elected by majorities what dormant at times but may al two representative districts is warm
Mr Shune serve*! oue term ns will oiler proof to show tumt the luiul sou
more valuable for its timber or stone than
large plant adapted for the economi ranging from 40 to 65. After tbe | ways be depended upon to assert ing up iu good shape. The repub state
senator from Douglas ccuuty, agricultural purposes, and to establish here
cal treatment of all characters of slated ticket was declared elected, itself when trickery and ring meth lican aspirants in the first district was elected enmity clerk ami also to said laud before .! .1 Walton U S Coimuir
r at his office at Eugene, Oregon, Monday
ores found on the claims and to take the delegates were “ instructed” to ods become prédominent in a poli ti- for congressional honors have raised served as Register of the U. 8. laud 13th
of June luo4. She names as wltn
William H. Blair, Lee F. Lamlretli, Kobe.
steps for extensive development on vote lor I. H. Bingham for repre j cal party.
their flags ready for battle in which office at Uoseburjf.
Blair, Joseph E. Young, all of Cottage Or
sentative. and the meeting adjourned.
all the properties.
several prominent candidates are in
MINING A CT IV ITY
The funeral was 1 h »1«1 Monday Lane
Any and ¡ill persons claiming adversely
The to towing named delegates
IH oei’KCTtX ELY UOOll CLAIMS.
the field. Ihe candidates mentici . - 1 afternoon from the Christum church above described lands ac requested to Hie
. Auw>ug tim claims that have been were chosen, C. H. Burkholder, M u c h W o r k B e in g D o n e o n the Feir- ed at this time for the republican and was veav largely attended. claims in this office onorbefore said 1:1th day!
.1 T B hum »is, I
v ie w P ro p e rty .
prospected and hart great bodies of John Burker, W. W . Chrisman, C.
nomination are L. T. Harris, speak Rev. Geo. C. Ritchey conducted the (m is'
Bohemia district is assuming activ- er of the house of representatives,
ore in eight are the Great Northern,1 J. Howuid. W. II. Blair, Jas. Hem-
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION.
services. Interment in the Masonic
Wliit« Iron, Black Bear, Utopian enwav. Win. I, unless. C. H. Yanden- lty incident to the Summer season. ' «yho resides in Lane county; State I ctmetaiy Ilt Hoseburg
United States Land Office,
Roseburg. Oregon, Mar. 9 ,1 '
| said C. A. Harlow, who "was in Port- Senator Geo. C. Brownell of Oregon
Group. Eugene, Gettysburg, Mon- luug and A. L. Briggs.
I Notice is herebv given that the folio“
No fault is to be found whatever ; laud lately. Mr Harlow is heavily City; Cogressman Binger Hermann
nioutii, .Salvador, Florence, White
named settler has filed notice of her Intent'
It P a y s lo A d v e r tis e .
make linul proof in support of her claim,
Hear. Fatleu Stump,
Hiawatha, with the men who were selected as I interested in the North Fairview, of Iioseburg, and other prominent j
that said proof will he made before J. J. W
Jones wrote ou the blnck- . United States Commissioner at Eugene,!'
Annie group, Golden Buie group, delegates on the slated ticket, hut besides having several other good men are mentioned for the place. ^ Billy
April 23, liHM. viz: H. E. No.tWM.fSrace Ben
for the c '2 lie1.. e '2 se1,, Section 18, T
But at the present time Harris seems
lit South. Range 3. West. She names
Nemo, Fairview, Sunrise, Golden innkiug up the ticket, and right here attention is mostly directed to de- to be tbe strongest candidate and j
following witnesses to prove her continuous!
Hule, Grizzly. Mountain Lion. K1 it may be stated that there is uot, - veloping the North Fairview, which he is warmly supported by a ma j Tbe teacher seeing it, called him up, idence upon and cultivation of said land
H. Trunnell, W illiam s. Keyes. JolmH
Calailo. Transvaal, Homestead, lied nor lias there lieen. any opposition i is controlled bv Eugene people. He jority of the republican papers of “ William, did «on write tlmt'’ “ Yes Jesse
and John Trunnell. all of Cottage Grove, Or
J T B r id g e s , Regis!
Gross, Venus. Yellow Jacket, Suuset, in the republican camp to I. .H said: “ The North Fairview has tbe district. If all reports are true ma'am,” sai I Billy. “ Well you can
Bingham of this city for the nomi double shifts workiug driving the he will win tbe nomination with stay after school” sai.l she. After
Gracksr duck and Elephant.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office,
nation for representative, but where i tunnel on tbe freemilling ledge, I hands down.— Silver Lake Central school the chlidieu walled ful Billy
mis* \ k \ k ah KA u.
Roseburg. Oregon. March 23,
to come out, when they began tu Noticed is hereby given that the folio:
This year is, however, the real b e the frictiuu aU emne about was a which shows a width of from 10 to Oregonian.
settler has tiled notice of his intentic:
guy him. “ Got a licken. didn’ t ye?” named
ginning of the production of tbe disposition on the part of a certain GO feet, carrying average values of
make final proof in support o f his claim,
proof will is- made before J. J. Wa
completion of tbe
l . S. Commissioner at Eugene, Oregon, on
railroad affords facilities for getting tion fiom this precinct to the county i entire width where it is crosscut.
A report is being circulated about “ Nope.” "What did she do?" they 9, !9iM. Viz: o i l 11. E. No. 907!, Charles II. I
the K s w ' w » a. s e '.. Section
in supplies and machinery, and for convention, and ihereby ferret out Besides this ledge, we have several Cottage Grove, it ap| ears, to tbe asked. “8l.au’ l tell,” said Bill, for
R ;! " • lie names tile following witnesses
prove his continuous residence upon and £
shipping out ore and concentalea. certain proiiiinont local members of ledges carrying base ores, such as effect that Miss .Vila Hanson, who is “ But it pays to advertise.',
vat ion of said land, viz: Isaac N. I>rrc
The Bohemia will be a great factor the party au.l set them selves up as lead sulphides anil copper pyrites, displaying an elegant stock of mil
'fen r . Sheridan. Thomas J. Johnson,|G
W. Johnson, all o f Walker, Oregon.
in the mineral output of tlie state political managers or dictators. with high values iu gold. This ore linery in tbe building on main
j . t . B r id g e *. Register.,
3000 MEN WANTED.
and stimulate commercial prosperity When the primary convened it was can he shipped as soon as the roads street formerly occupied by Welch
N otice lo r P u b l i c a t i o n .
To buy Kennedy's Chain Light
in many srays throughout western too lute for opuoailion, which had are in condition, as values will run Si Woods, is only here to remain a
United States Land Office.
Roseburg, Oregon, March 17 I'M
Oregon snd iu l ’ortlaud— Portland been suppressed all along by the from f">00 to $600 per ton. We few weeks. This report Miss Hau- ning Liniment, for Rheumatism ami
Notice is hereby given that in compllac-
propose to erect a ten-giamp mill son brands as absolutely false ami
Pi ice 50 wiih the provisions of the ect of Congreti '
3 ,1.8,s. entitled "An act for the «ale
with a concentrating plaut on the states that she is endeavoriug to cent», all Druggist, or by ¡nail upon June
Uml«er lands in the states o f «’allrornia.Or*£
property this season, ns tb:>re is suf- build up a penua»ent business receipt of price, write F. L. Ken- Nevada .and Washington Terri lory,” asextir
4 1&92*H th# ^u^ ‘ c
«tate» by act of Au;
I ricient work done to warrant a prop- here and is decidely well pleased ned\, Sagitinw. Oiegmi, f o r
WI LLI AM II. 11. ROBINSON,
j er supply of ore for such a step. with the liberal patronage accorded testimonies. Satisfaction Guaran-
of Doreiia. county o f Lam*. State of Oregon,
- There ia 800 feet of tunneling and her by tbe ladies of Cottage Grove teed.
this day tiled in this office Ids sworn stat
No. holm for the purchase o f the nw1, ot iiw1,
drifting ou the ledges thus far ilis- since she came here and she hopes
section No. 34 In township No. _*». i
‘ •f range No. 2 west, and will «»Her proof to
tocontinue to merit and receive this
Report of the Condition
ihat the land sought is more valuable f»»r
“The lead and copper ores, in- liberal patronage.
Indian Brad Work, Embroid
of First National Bank, at Cottage Grovi 1 timber or stone than for agticultural pur
/■Mablish his claim to said land fe
i stead of lieingiu the oxide form, are
ery Materials, Battenberg and
’ ........... • ¡I«' Kt-iiMer aail Itei-clver o f this »liter »1'
March 28th, 1904.
| easily treated by a concentrator and Iterry IHaiits mill Seed P otatoes
Wruiin, mi SilturiUy, tin- ttli day of_J"
B M O C K IS .
Point Lace Patterns, Up-to-
» • **v names as witnesses David
Logan-berry roots. The logan Loan* and discounts ...................
j will make a very high-grade pro-
•4 49 1S5
A1|"'U.w u '" 1- B- U n d , William AT
secured and unsecured
Date Collars, Dress Patterns
t 457 50 all o f Dorena: Oregon.
I duct. Plenty of timber and water berry is a cross between tbe red Overdrafts,
S. Bonds to secure circulation
Any and all persons claiming adversely
12 .500 00
| are at band for all necessary mining rasplierry and the blackberry and Premiums on U. s. Bonds
58.5 00 altove descrit>ed lands are requested to tile
Stocks, securities, etc.
in this office on or before said 4th. «lay
purposes and tbe property lies be
Banking house, furniture and fixtures 6 230 <8» June 1904.
J. T. B kiimxe »
from Nat. Bkv not reserve agN
(m » )
O p er* H n u if Bldg
tween tbe LeKor aud Crystal and again as either of its parents, and is l>ue
I>ue from state Banks and Bankt-rs 2 0.5O 00
the leadmg berry today except tbe one from approved reserve agents *»4 2KS ;g;
the Oregon Securities property.
NDTIC’ K FUR PUBLICATION.
paper currency, nickels £ rents
Price by mail, 50 rrae.
"The district is noted for its strawberry.
United states Land office.
Lawful money reserve in bank, viz
Roseburg, Oregon, March •
I large, quick ledges, and wherever cents per doz. by express or freight, Rcder
13 450 00
b7 given that la eomry
ion fund with U. s. Trr—ur
with the provision! of tha act o f Congre»
Excelsor er empi
I any amount of development work is 100 »2.50 1000 »15.
(3 per cent o f circulation)
j •utitiad "An act for tha
1000. 5 per cent redemption fund...........
doue, a good quality of ore is en strawberry plants »3 per
Mm bar lands in tha States of r a llfa n U .0
" Mhi ngt on Tarrltory,"asax
Money maker potatoes. tiO cents per
th* public land stataa by act of A
♦1*8 033 83
Man) new faces are in evidence in bushel. For sale by L. 8. Coos.
the district, and prospectors are go *cl 8)
Capital stock paid in ..................
♦ 25 000 00
1 500 00 E S i i i !
ing into that section by the dozeus.
1» this office Ids
Undivided profits, less expenses ami
R E A L E S T A T E and M I N IN G C L A IM S
statement No. »A' h » for the purchase o f the l
A Snap f o r s o m e P r i n t e r .
2 • k5 01 of Section No. is in Township No. 2t. scat*
All kind» of improved and unimproved city and rouutry prop-
One R. ê R. hoe
*.t*I.1 k_ N
12 500 ( iS S K t 1 .wp,t* and w,n
from the bills and the smoke of the
Prf*"f Xo ~
• - .
I T to
erty at loweat price* We act a* agent* for property owner»,
S S L ? 1* Und
is more valuable for i
prospector is visible everwhere.
* rtr J1??* than f»>r agricultural puf
coliect rent* and remit promptly.
it R papers an Individual deposits subject 'to"check tux
Geo Graham baa just secured con
jt; i d. Walton. I . s. Commissioner.in his olL
of ■ deposit.
•___ - *71 70
Oregon, on Saturday, the 25 day of
trol of a group of claims which be hour. Weight crated. 4'200 pound* Demand certificates
------ Rfmea as witneaaea: Carrol H
begin active development on. The Would require some overhauling,
*m aL; N!
T. Sallee. Joseph W icks. John E. Wi
C U R R IN S
4llaf star. Oregon.
property is situated on Noonday
1 T r
ï n<1 *11 P * 10®* claiming adversely,
M c F a r l a n d s
Itidge, and shows good ore. Freight
Und* are rerpisted to flic
A g e n ts for
iffkwml| swear that the above statement' t<
true to the » l>est
*“ «*» of » my
_T ^ belief ,s x„lms 'Rthl* office on or before said 25 day
hauling has begun in earnest and
T- c - ^ h k e lr r . Cashier.
M R S . C. A. P E R K I N S
j . t . B r id g e s , K*’ i
tbs roads are in fairly good condt
longer, but call at the express office Correct—Attest:
H p r b fr t R xrtw .
and have Tom Awbrey write you up
O li vkr Vr.AT* h .
The worMa* greatest timber
We will have daily mail before
Lola »old on tbe installment plan. Reference.
« W. H aw lev .
a policy; in either the .Etna Insur
is to be found in the counties
many week» pass, and that will faci
Bank, or anyone in Cottage Grove.
ance Co. or tbf Oregon Fire Relief
nl*s- ____________ ^ ^
M«i«a4 tw»m f t e iy u f r tM, a,,i UlaUop and Columbia iu Washr
litate bu»:ai-s to a tnaiked degree.
J. È. Y o i x ; .
Association, of MrMmcville, Oregon. I <U) 01 Apr'L
ton, and Ti'amook, Coo*. Doug-
an4 Lane, in Qregon,
THese are the magic words
that appeal to the Shoe Buyer
is w h a t y o u
want, and what you
get, when you buy
F a sh ion Stables
3 e lz - S c h w a b F ir v e S h o e s , o r
TOOL OUTFITS FOR
THE M E C H A N I C
A. A. Cutter and Cahn-NicKelsburg Heavy Shoes
REPORT ON KOHEMiA.
Gridio & fetch Co.
Beads Beads Beads
NOVELTY STORE n