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CO TTAGE GROVE, OREGON, SATURDAY, MARCH 4 , 1905 .
VO L. X
NO. 4 (»
doctor soon arrived. He tried t o '
M. Miller, Mr. »ml Mrs A. Cor-
give her medicine but she seemed
prou, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. VauDen-
IN O R F ii O N
berg, Mrs. W, C. Conner. Mrs.
111 u ill-U V H l
Have never heard her say she was ■
Berdict, Mrs. S. Stevens, Miss
afraid of anyone injuring her. I
Lizzie Orpuril, Eunice VanDeuberg
Never knew her to drink anything I
Charles Cochran, Earnest Sears, W.
Oregon Securities Compariy Incorpor
Found Dying at an Early Hour Friday but beer.
•tes for $ 5 .0 0 0 .0 0 0 Oregon
a Large Party of Friends Wed
Beu Curry stated he was at the
Morning. Probable Suicide.
South Eastern Railway Co.
house of Miss Davenport a little
A -Summer" Social.
after it o’clock she appeared to be
for $ 1 .0 0 0 .0 0 0 .
Au enjoyable evening was had
Friday morning the city was all right with the exception of com
startled by the report that Miss Da plaining of a pain in her chest.
Mr. and Mr. J. I. Jones on Wed on Tuesday evening, when a large
Sena te bill No. 24 j which re
venport, a courtesan who has resided Once her breathing seemed to al nesday evening eutertainod in a crowd of young people gathered in
cently became a law, has already
here for some time had, during the most stop, she talked about the very hospitable manner a large unm- the Odd bellows hall, where a
“ summer” social was given in
had a beneficial effect. Heretofore
show No one else was there aud ber of their friends in this city.
night been murdered.
the law for corporations compelled
From the circumstances and evi I left about one o’clock.
At an early hour the parlors iu honor of the boy’s Basket Ball
the .majority of the directors to be
To learn if the rumor was true their elognnt home was filled and team by the Freshmen class of the
dence thus far obtained it is quite
residents of the state. In many in
that she had drawn money from the until miiluight every one present High School.
likely it was a case of suicide.
The enjoyments of the evening
stances those who wtre supplying
Miss Davenport has frequently bank yesterday, Herbert Eakin was made to feel the occasion was
the money to carry on work were
been seen on the streets and it has president of the bank was called. arranged especially for his or hers were opened by a grand march
which was followed by various
noo-resnleuts and it is usually their
been remarked by many, of her He testified she had money in the benefit.
quiet and unobtrusive ways, and it j bank but had drawn none out for a
After all bail arrived partners for games, dances aud social chats.
ooomì B desire to have a controlling vote in
the affairs of the Company which
was evident she had iu former month or more.
the guessing contest were selected After participating therein till a
they ate supporting. The Oregon
by the unique method of letters late hour a very dainty supper was
ian of March 1st says:
asked if he knew whether she had ivliich lmd been dissectetl and when seived and alter a brief time the
“ T! e first corporation to organize
The tollowing is the very inter
The coroner was telephoned at money in the house. He stated he the two pieces could he matched the young folks departed for their vari
ous homes pronouncing it a success.
in Oregon under the new law pro esting programe ol the piano recital Eugene, and he deputised Judge uid not know had beeu away for partnership was formed.
vided lor b y Senate Hill No. 244 given by the pupils of Mrs. Roy Vaughn to act for bint Constable some days,
On curdH twenty questions were
was the Oregon Securities Company Welch at her koine Saturday p. m.: Atkins summoned a jury and at
Miss Flossie Harris also recalled asked, all of which couhl be an
To be Chief.
which filled papers yesterday a-k- Duet: I.alVl It Concert Op, M l
but did not know ot her having swered by something to be found!
Verna Brown and Maliel Knaenbura.
reported that J. S .
in* * franchise for a $5,000,000
upon a penny.
and pioceeded to make an investi any tnomy in her possession.
| Elude-lluricm uller.
Stiles who resigned as chief of
rerpor on. It will b e followed to (a)
(to ( SetiiKueht
Er. quackenburc Op. la gation.
c o r o n e r ’ s j u r y v e r d ic t
police last spring to make the cam
day by the Oregon Southeastern
The jury proceeded to the house
- O’ er lllll and Dale
We the coroner’s jury impantieled operation for Hometime aud until it
Railwav Company with a capital Duet l.liiilley
ol the deceased and made an inspec to enquire into the death of Eva was announced that a solution of paign for sheriff |ou the republican
Weleli and Itazel Hcinelutay.
ticket aud who, after his defeat, was
stock of $1,000,000. These two Lorella W a lt z ..................................
Hpiudler tion of the room and where she was
Davenport would submit the follow each question propounded had been appointed by Mayor Christuau on
companies control the Hohemia
found. Dr. Kime. who had lieen ing verdict:
answered, when the work was com
w im urop
the night police force, will soon re
mining district and have formerly I sw eet vioieta w a ltz Blew.
summoned and was with her at the
We find from the evidence that pared and the prizes consisting of sume his old position as chief.
been'Operated under charters from Duel: Hilt Had Mrs.
elegaut small cups aud saucers were
............................ Engleman time of her death assisting
Chiet Gilliert is at present taking
■rchasl New Jersey, to which they paid as
l.l/zlc and Annie llolil.
On the top of her head a cut Strychnine poisoning administered awardod except in the booby class,
a layoff and will leave in a few
King Fisher March ...
K arl Mel aor some two inches in length was
by her own hands with suicidal in
days for Southern Oregou to look
shown, which was probably made tent.
pick holder was the reward for the
The Mm-lal Whirl
after some mining properties which
Mrs. Van Alllwm.
WHAT TUB NEW I.AW PROVIDES.
W. S. C hrisman , Foreman
be owns there. It is said that he
D uel l.tttle Light Heart .
Daack when she fell.
O l iv e r V eatch
The! new law provides that cor
will resign from the office and that
A llle and Flora Phillip*.
J. S- O smund
porations having a majority ol their The KoWii’ a I.nlaby .........
Stiles w ill lie appointed in his place.
Krogman office the jury consisting of Oliver
H. W y n n e
outside the si ate may be
Chief Gilliert has other property
piiz«i, Mr. au«l Mrs. W. A, Hognte;
W. II. M a r t i n
c o m e c o r p o r a t i o n s of t h i s s t a t e a n d un din -her wnixer
spindier Veatch, J. S. Osmond, Scott Chris-
<nan, Ilarvy Wynne, W H. Mar
2 nd I looby prize, Mrs. Cunningham intents which, it is said, require
H. O. L in c o l n
hr l 1 m 4 e e t i n g s out
of the s t .• a t e . Duet: l*:ira«U* Keview
his attention aud it is probable
. Kuglemau tin and H ..L. Lincoln began the
and J. S. Benson.
Shoes This gives to corporations operating
Clarm VanKipor and Mr*. WHch.
that he will resign on |this account.
e x c lu s iv e ly in Oregon, hu t under ^|1HSenett<,
Dr Kime was the first witness
a mi in her of the guests kiudly con
outside ( barters, an opportunity to|
aud testified: That he was
Franz Belir called
sented to assist in the evenings
save the tax in the other state and j Duet: Belle
Burkholder and Mrs. Welch.
summoned by telephone and reach
to belong to the state to which 1 Licht Herz
ed the bed side .if the deceased
Oil next Wednesday the district
their operations are confined.
abeut a quarter past three, she was j
orous selection, which was well re convention of the Woodmen of the
The Oregon Securities Company Tfceuras»bopprr's Frolic
...H aul D uielle
ceived. Charles Cochran, accom World will convene in Cottage
owns the Helena, the Mustek and
minutes past three breathed her
panied by Mrs .'Benson on the piano, Grove.
tor Harriman Lines.
the Champion groups and other j l5"1*!*1* •n<* Lindley
last breath, on examination of head
gave several Hue comet solos.
From the best information at
smaller properties in the Bohemia
found a gash about one inch in
Mrs. J. M. Benson them amused hand there will he at least one hun
district, comprising in all about
i o o c acres.
In the last five years ,
ficials ot the Ilarritu >n lines in the with a splendid rendialiou of “ a dred delegates and friends, possibly
fracture of skull. How thé cut
it halfekxpeuded $1.500,000 in the
’I he Whist Club met again on
inspection of the lines in the west visit of a country lady, who went to more. These delegates are coming
was made is only conjecture, made
Bohemia district, $250,000 having 1 Tuesday evening in Woodman ball,
side of the Willamette Valley, re a department store iu the city, but from all parts of Southern Oregon
through examination. Had learn
being overcome by the impertinence and the appearance of the city will
- 1 gone in 'lie last 18 months to a 500-j There were the members and a ed that she had purchased one turned to Portland yesterday. Leav of
clerks uiid other troubles, retur lie noticed.
dram of strychinc at Modern Phar
to purchase her bonnet at the
The committee in charge request
siden . j stamp mill and railroa'ls connecting tendance ot more than thirty in macy the night before. My opin special cars, . the party made . country store at home.”
that at least the business houses be
thorough inspection of all the west
the <V>fLS 11 >s saM t° l,e the ¡number.
Dr. Corpron recited one of Teu- decorated upon this occasion.
largest mining operation in Oregon.
Eighteen games were played ion is the cause of death was side lines in the Willamettee Val
strychnine poison. The spasms
The colors of the order are red,
ley. Several hours were spent in uysou’s poems which was also well
It fa g lo w drilling at the rate of | with »he result that Mrs. W .C -
were such as that poison would
white and black.
visiting at the Oregon Agricult received.
•sevea fei t a day an eight by nine-' Connor and Mr. Ben Lurch were
Then came something that all
ural College at Corvallis. Monday
foot tunnel with double track the successful contestants for the
John Witte sworn am druggist
night the train was sidetracked at were fully prepared for by this
through Grouse Hill, connecting prizes.
at Modern Pharmacy; Miss Daven
Corvallis This trip finishes up the time - a splendid lunch. Ike had
Mesdanies F. B Phillips and I,e.
the mine;- at the mill in Champion
W- Foley files notice of location
port came iu last night, wanted
Basin.j>. z\ctive milling will begin Roy Woods entertained the club strychnine to kill rats, bought rat inspection of the Southern Pacific to stop the clock so that the party of tlie following mining claims Bo
lines iu Oregon. In several weeks
and visitors with an elegant lunch
within 3' days.
hemia district: ''Sampson," “ Capi*
in the spacious dining room adjoin which she said was not strong B. A Worthington, general mana homes before the hour of midnight. tal," “ Monte Carlo," “ Dewy,” “ Ti
NAM ItS OH INCORPOR ATORS.
ger of the Ilarrituaii lines iu Ore
ger” and “Elkhorn.”
ing the hall.
enough, aud if this did not kill the
The incorporators of the Oregon
gon, will tour the Washington Wm. Lundy, Mr. and Mrs. It.
John W. Cox locates “ Trade Dol
rats nothing would ; seemed rather branch of the O. R. «V N.
Smith, Mr. and Mrs F. B. Phillips,
Company arc John W
lar” claim, Bohemia district.
Wheeler, of Orange, Mass., presi
Mr. Worthington, in speaking of
A. Brewer locates the following
dent; B to r g e W. Crosbv, of Atlan the world’s fo.eiuoet painters and jnry the record of the sale of the his trip on the Southern Pacific Mrs. Wm. Cunningham, Mr. and ■ llnims, Bohemia district: “Corlies,”
tic JCity, first vice-president; George illustrators, urd proprietor of the
track to Ashland, where his juris Mrs. W. A. Hognte, Mrs. aud Mrs. “ Keystone,” “ Bonanza,” “Conger.’’
Main S3" Prench,|
Lee Minert sworn stated he had
of North Adams. Mass., Lyme school, England, has been
diction ends, said that work had J. S. Benson. Mr. and Mrs. F. L.
second vice-president; G. B. Hen- select, d 'is bead of the Fine Arts gone to rear of saloon at 3 o'clock commenced on the laying of 200 Gunn, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hart,
It is almost time lor catidiates for
gen, eecr :tary and treasurer; John exhibit at the Liwis and Clarke heard a noise which he at first sup miles of 80-pound rails between Mr. and Mrs F. D. Wheeler, Mr.
posed to he a cat walked closer to
H. Peafsons, of New York, assist- Exposition.
Ashland and Divide. The rails to ami Mrs. G. H. Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. city officers to appear in our midst.
house and concluded it was the
be displaced are 56 and 62-pound
voice of a woman, tried to open
rails Three separate large gangs
door and found it locked, broke the
of men are at work laying the rails,
lock and found Miss Davenport
and it is expected the tasx will
lying on floor, face upwards, spoke
have been completed by June 1.
to her hut received no answer, took
This improvement will be rushed
hold and tried to raise her up when
in preparation for the great amount
spasm passed, asked what was the
of travel to the Fair at Portland.
matter, she said " I am dying" and
requested me to send her body home !
Will be Interesting Feature
to Fisher, Minn. Then went to sa - 1
loon sent George Spedhani for doc
Portland, March 3.— Preparations 1
tor went back and I, Herb Leonard for the salmon fisheries exhibit at
and Flossie Harris carried her to a ! the Lewis and Clnrk Exposition
bed. Doctor Kirae arrived shortly i will lie instituted immediately at
alter; she did not say auything1 the Yakima hatchery. Eggs are
about taking poison; was rational1 now being stripped from steel head
only one time. Did not see anyone salmon, and it is planned to have
about the place and the floors were at least 500,000 for the exhibit;
which will be held in the F ote-try'
Flossie Harris testified. Miss Da building at the Centennial.
vepport called me about 8 o'clock
The eggs stripped from the sal-
last evening and asked me to go inon will lie kept in the hatchery
to the show, I went ami was with for a week or ten days. It requires
her unttl about 11 o'clock, she ; about fifty days for the eggs to ma
seemed happy ami laughed consid ture, but by putting them in cold 1
erable. About three this morning storage, their development can te
heard a noise, heard Minert go to retarded. The egg« will be «hip
her honse aud break in the door. ped to Fortliud at the expiration of
He called me and I went over. Sh- two week«.
was lying on her bark on the floor
B y ihe liiue tin sc steel-head sal
andseemetl very sick. VV«- p l a i v i m o n i g “ s aie h uched. the chinook
her on the he 1 and the doctor cam salmon wi 1 commence t«i -.pawn
j hut she died soon afterward. Slit and afford the fslieiy officials a
only said "1 am d yin g."
t 3 I
source fin fresh egg« Iu this man
H. C. Leonard was called ami lie r ill -tagesof the propagation ot
testified the first he knew ol the salmon eg-:s will be exhibited dor
matter he was sitting in house hack ing the entire ¡leriod that the E x
I of Cummin - pia e. Minert called position remains open.
to Flossie to com« over to the Da-
1 venport house she asked me to
O u r O w n i
wait until she returned, she soon
Mr ami Mf*. Cur-
Camrr Hain * .id River St*. Writ End
No 4 L
went in Eva was lying on the floor;
ti> Veatch. 011 March 3rd, t W .
we placed her on the bed and the
a ten pound boy.
aut secretary and treasurer; Fred
erick Eggert, of Pottland;
Hawkins, of North Adatns, Mass ,
,lndDr Herbert E. Smith, of New
The Oregou Southeastern Rail
road, Company extends for 18
miles from Cottage Grove towards,
the Bohemia district. It will not
be extended further, as the electric
road from the mines wilt be built
down 18 miles to meet it. The
grade was built last year.
The incorporators of the Oregon
Southeastern Railroad are O. B.
Hengen, president and treasurer;
George W. Corbin, first vice-presi
dent; A. B. Wood, secretary and
Mr. A B. Wood is manager-sec
retary and treasurer of the O A S,
A PLEASANT SO
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