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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1909)
disappear with the incoming of the
with him in the lumber business. A |
spring months, when a substantial
drag saw is being .used for this pur- I
pavement will be constructed. ' Land-
lord Westbrook, should be patient, and
A. L. Woodard, Cottage Grove, has
even though it becomes necessary to
not been operating his sawmill steadily |
BY F. H. ROSENBERG.
ferry his guests across the street he
during the summer, but expects to re
should give the powers that be a
sume operations soon. A new planing '
shed, 8x15, Hoyt planer and engine for
In the report received by F. H.
Rosenberg, secretary of the Western
Asks for Injunction.
FORM ORGANIZATION The Booth-Kelly Lumber Company
Oregon Lumber Manufacture Asssocia- added to the plant. The planing mill is CITIZENS
tion, issued by the Department of
has asked for a.permanent injunction
Agriculture and covering the month of The Wildwood Lumber Co. has in The Advantages and Possibilities of. against the city of Eugene in-thé con
stalled a planer shed, 30x60, and a new
September, the following are the ave
Our Neighboring Town to be Pre struction of its power plant on the Mc
rage prices obtaining for lumber in No. 10 Berlin sizer. The plant had
sented to the Outside World. -Cash Kenzie river. The complaint ' cites
been shut down-since the first of July,
this section of the state. No. 1, O. G.
that the way in which the canal is be
for Publicity Subscribed.
flooring, $29.75; No. 2, O. G. flooring,
ing constructed will so reduce the flow
On Saturday afternoon there assem- of water in the McKenzie fiver for a
$26.75; No.2, flat grain flooring, $18.50 ; tober. J. J. Kreiger is manager. .
bled in Creswell the staunch business distance of seven miles that it will
No,.2, and better finish, $24.50; tim
ber 12x12 to 16x16, $15.00; dimension operating most of the time The com men and enthusiastic citizens of that make logging impossible, and will do
sized, $9.75; timbers to 12x12, $10.00. pany has purchased a tract of timber place, who were looking forward to the irreparable damage to the ^plaintiffs.
It is, however, noted that since the and secured a site near Disston, to date, when Tom Richardson—Oregon’s
where its plant will be removed this Booster—was to address the residents.
Suffers Broken Leg.
issuance of this report lumber in the
eastern market has taken on quite a fall. An additional boiler and engine The Creswell band was ready when While watching football practice on
will be installed and the capacity of the afternoon train pulled in and at the High school campus yesterday at
firmer tone and inquiries are coming in
the plant increased.
once struck up one of the late popular noon, Solomfin Coffman, a son of J. B.
much more freely.
Taylor & Son, Star; resumed opera airs, to which the visitors responded Coffman, was run. into by one of the
The American Lumberman of Octo tions about three months ago. Mana with hearty cheers. The band then players, suffering quite severe injuries.
ber 16, commenting on the lumber con ger Taylor has some samples of freak took up the march from the-depot,to His right leg was fractured' in two
ditions in the west, states as follows; ish grain fir, which he calls “catface,” the W. O. W. hall, in which the honored places below the knee. His home is
“The fir mills have shipped out so much the result, of a blemish on the tree guest was, to speak, The meeting was on Fourth steert.
stock in the last sixty days that they when young. Mr. Taylor will have the called to order by Dr. L. D. Scar-
are not in the best of shape to take materjal finished at a Portland factory borough, president of the Creswell Portland and Return Only $5.90.
The Southern Pacific Co. is now selling
care of all classes of orders. Inquiries and use when veneered for door panels. Commercial club,
The RoW River Lumber Co., Star, president of the Eugene Commercial round trip tickets to Portland from Cot
are satisfactory in number and car
tage Grove for $5.90 good Saturday
and cargo mills are getting enough whose plant is also located at Vaughn club, occupied a seat of honor, and was
on No. 16 at 1:50 a. tn. train, returning
business to keep their order files in a
the first speaker introduced. He gave
Monday evening on No. 13 leaving Port
healthy condition. The eastern demand months, cutting about 40,000 feet per valauable information along the line of
has improved perceptibly, and the
promotion work as followed out by land at 7:30 p. tn., giving all- day Satur
coastwise trade as quite active. Calif and equipment of the mill formerly Eugene and other successful commun day, Sunday and Monday in Portland-
ornia is calling for considerably lumber owned and operated by J. H. Chambers ities. He' urged communities to put The same arrangements apply from Port-
and the ability of the cargo mills to at Alca. Building operations are go forth every effort to obtain a “checker and giving Portland people a chance to
valley points at greatly reduced
market their output is one of the ing forward all the time at this mill, board factory,” the checker-board to visit
be made up of checks of ten acres each
strong features of the situation. For
arid on each check a family, this to
eign business is fair, but could stand
Some large railroad The company is conternplating install take the place of the great acreages Southern Pacific Railway Time-Table
orders have been placed lately aggre ing a tram and cable system for doing now owned, but not carefully or pro
gating about 10,000,000 feet, mostly its logging. Albert Stocks is' manager fitably tilled, by some of the present
for construction purposes. The west of the company and W. T. Hankins.. residents of Lane county,
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After President Thompson had fin
ern pine situation continues well in the
The Cerro Gordo Lumber- Co. ’s plant ished, Dr. Scarborough' introduced our No; 18 _ __ _ _ __ 4:50 p. m
control of produce and both prices and
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4:43 a. m
is located about two miles from this esteemed friend “Eugene Hartog.” No. 14
shipments are satisfactory.”
.11:32 a, m
point, the product being flumed to the He impressed updn the mind of his No. 20'. ____
At a meeting of the Oregon Conser railroad. The' plant has-‘not been audience the necessity of carrying on a
vation Association, at Portland, a reso Operated for some time on account of successful promotion campaign and No. 15 _ ____
1:26 a. m
lution urging the congressional delega scarcity of water. Elmer Doolittle is that it was highly important that the No. 17.
________ -10:15 p. m
tion of this state to ask for a larger manager of this company.
. ______ 6:30 a. m
citizens, of Creswell and vicinity do No. 13
appropriation for the work of the The J. H. Chambers Lumber Go., everything in their power, to bring No. 19 _ _____________ 2:57 p. m
bureau of entomology of the Depart Dorena, is operating its planing mill success to the A. C. Bornstedt people,
L. S. TAYLOR. Agent.
ment of Agriculture was passed. In and. kilns at Dorena. The sawmill is. who have recently became interested
speaking of timber resources, F. C.
in a large orchard tract at Creswell.
Knapp stated that Oregon contained road, the lumber being flumed down. The success of Creswell depends much
one-sixth of the standing timber in the
upon the success of this company.
United States, it being estimated that per day, but has not been in operation They want, families to purchase the
within the state’s borders there are for about three months, on account of orchard tracts which are being pre
from 300,000,000,000 to 400,000,000,000 shortage in water supply. Manager pared for the market and make homes
feet of timber, with a total valuation Fred'Russell has a splendid body of thereon. It is the small farm that
of $600,000,000. In spite of this the-., timber and a model plant.
yields the largest profit on a small in
appropriation' of the state for fire pro James Lands is operating à camp at vestment, and it is essential that peo Let us remind you that we have
tection, he said, is not sufficient to pay Dorena, the output being consumed by ple who are practical orchardists be
- them —;---- - ■■
the postage of the circulars and other the Brown Lumber Co., Cottage Grove. given the proper inducements to locate
McKibben. Bros’, sawmill is located upon land which has been tried and
The best to be had!
matter sent out cautioning against the
Grafted right, grown
spread of destructive fires. A. B. at McKibben Spur, about two miles found adapted to the culture of certain
right, sold right and
Wastell stated that through the efforts from Cottage Grove. Their present fruits.
of the association the state now has plant is located ón thè exact site of the
1,000 fire wardens. The deputy fire one destroyed by fire about a year ago. then the pleasure of the president to
rangers throughout the state, he ex All their clears are consumed by thé introduce Mr.' Tom Richardson, who
plained, with but few exceptions, give Cottage Grove Manufacturing Co. in was royally greeted. He gave the
their - pervices free of charge. He its planing mill and woodworking people of Creswell plans upon which
thought the next legislature should, plant at Cottage Grove.
so many " districts in Oregon have
take steps towards getting money ap
builded their booster campaigns, It is
propriated for this cause.
THE GRIM REAPER.
acceded that Mr. Richardson is the Keep the money at home and get
•----- better stock——
The makets in California for lumber Death Claims Mrs. Myrtle Comer and best friend Oregon has ini the capacity
of Secretary-Manager of the Portland’
show quite an increased demand, as is
Mr. J. K. Palmer.
Commercial club. He hais never tired
evidenced by the fact that freight rates
Mrs. Myrtle Comer, wife of J. Mark of, his-desire to give to the world the
have advanced. This1 should be a-help Comer, died at the Portland Sanitar
to the millmen . in this section, and ium on Wednesday, and the body will wonderful possibilities offered by this
S. B. MORSS, Prop.
there is no doubt that inquiries from be brought to Cottage Grove this Oregon- country.
California points are better, not only afternoon for burial. Consumption of After his address a list was opened
as regards prices, but there seems to the kidneys was the cause of her death. for subscriptions at $10 per month.
be a demand for the better grades. The deceased with her husband came
There is a well-grounded'.truth in the to Cottage Grove last April from St. the-required sum, and others then fol
Carlton Nursery Co.
reports that about $12,000,000 worth Paul, Minn., for a visit to relatives, lowed with smaller subscriptions, mak Large growers of local stock. Sup
of rolling stock and equipment has and was conveyed to the Portland in
pliers of commercial plants—clean, vig
lately been placed in Chicago for. ser stitution \ about three months later. coming year’s work within twenty orous and true trees. Heavy on apples
vice on the Western railroads. There She leaves an adopted daughter five
in Spitzenburg. Newton, etc. In pears
is no doubt but a part of this will be years of age, and an infant son aged mittee was then appointedby the pres Bartlett, Anjou, Comice, etc. In cher
ident, whose duty it is to call upon
placed .with the western mills. -
Her death is deeply those who were not present to sub ries R. Anne, Lambert, Bing, etc. In
who knew her, among scribe to the Booster fund for the com peaches 2 Crawfords, Muir, Sharlotte,
While the car shortage problem is
Salway, Elberta, etc. In prunes Italian,
again up during the moving of the whom she was a favorite. The be ing year-.
etc. Small fruits, bushes, etc.
crops from Eastern Oregon and Wash
Be Sure Get Onr Prices, it Will Pay You
were in attendance. Manager Hartog
Send list of wants. Stock carefully grown
ington, it does not obtain to the extent
shipped. We can handle your order
and Mr. Thompson, president of the and
that was anticipated. The railroads
rightly and at right prices. Catalogue free.
have evidently profitted by former ex
Carlton Nursery Co. - Carlton, Oregon
periences and taken this serious matter who departed- this life Wednesday guests of honor from Eugene. Prof.
morning after a long illness caused by Fi.K, Barnes, Manager F. G. Conley
dropsy, took place from the family res and Clarence Boyd represented Cottage
The Booth-Kelly Lumber company idence this forenoon, the Rev. Elkins
now occupies new offices at. Eugene, conducting the service. The deceased
Seeks a Home Here.
said to be the most handsome in the was a native of Kentucky, having been
Bircher and family of Elgin,
born at Madisonville in 1845. He
Minnesota, arrived here oh Wednesday,
A Tour of the Field.
canpie to Oregon six years, ago, and has
and will look over the country hoping
A representative of The Timberman, resided here .the greater portion of to be able to find a suitable location
published at Portland, recently visited that time. A widow, two sons and upon which to establish his home. Mr.
.Cottage Grove and the timber country, four daughters survive him, and to Bircher has had considerable corres
tributary thereto along the Oregon & them the sympathy of the community pondence with Manager Conley of the
Southeastern, and following are notes goes out in their affliction.
Commercial club. Hé desires to pur
gleaned by him during that visit:
chase about forty acres of land, ‘con
Misjudges Our Size.
Brown Lumber Co., Cottage Grove,
The following appreciated letter venient to school, market and trans
is operating its plant on a nice line of conies from a friend, in Michigan : “I portation. He prefers to follow thé
orders. This plant is being very ably want to compliment you on the hand bee and poultry culture for the pre
managed by L. S. Hill, one of the cap some appearance, of The Sentinel, You sent, so that in a few years he. can
able sawmill men of the Willamette surely do not mean that Cottage Grove hâve a commercial orchard, He will
Valley, with F. H. Rosenberg in has a population of only 3,000 and yet chose a location where the soil is
charge of the bookkeeping department. can support a newspaper like- the one I adapted to apple raising.
MRS. H. A. MILLER
The company is operating one camp on have received. Send it to me regular
Main Street Posted.
Row River, and secures the remainder ly. I take it from reading your editor
will Re-model Hats, 'in
of its log supply from independent log ials that you have thé “greatest The unkindest cut of all, as our la-
gers. Manager Lon Hill indulges in country on earthy’’and it is worth $1.50 mented friend Shakespeare w ould have Latest Styles, and
one particular luxury, that of driving a year to know more about it. I have
one of the fanciest steppers in that had in mind for some time going wést, ously at the corner of Main and Fourth
section. Lon is not only a good lum and I may conclude to pay your town steets following the rains of Wednes Special Attention Given
berman hut he is an expert horseman. a visit. Again, permit me to congrat day. For the good name of Cottage to Renovating Old Mat
The Disston Lumber Co. will resume ulate you upon the neat appearance of Grove The Sentinel dislikes to disclose
its wording, but as a purveyor of news erials, Curling Plumes, etc
operations about the first of February. your blatter.”
it feels in duty bound to give it to the
Some minor improvements will be
Call at Residence, just
made to the plant, which is equipped
Debating activity is aroused at the world.
with a Berlin resaw and 6x15 Hoyt High school. Quite a large number of
west of Catholic Church,
No Fishing Allowed Here.
planer. Manager Harry Crites has students have signified their intention
accepted a contract and is cutting wood of trying for places on the various
This unsightly condition of our main or Phone, Main 571.
for the railroad during the slack time I teams.
business thoroughfare, however,' will
CRESWELL HIS BOOST
Why the Best Dressmakers
A GOOD dressmaker knows
that no matter how effectively
she makes a gown, it will not
show off to advantage or satis
fy her customer unless fitted
and worn over the right cor
set. This is also. true, of the
new ready-to-wear apparel as
shown in our suit department.
Particularly since the popular
ity of the present slender
modes, it is impassible to wear
a modern gown correctly un- »
less the proper corset is worn. ?1|
This, is the reason .all good b
dressmakers and fitters insist,! 1
that a HENDERSON CORSET j
WE harry a complete assort
ment of the newest Hender
son models with low, medium
! end high bust, with .conserva
tive and extreme skirt lengths.
Our salesladies'are prepared Front Laceri Corsets
to demonstrate these models and give fittings to all women
who wish to study the advantages of Henderson Corsets.
PRICES, $2.50, $3.00 AND $4.00,
Rees - 'Wallace Co.
“WHERE ŸOU DO BETTER.”
The Sign of the Red Cross is Symbolic of
Pure' Drugs and Carefully Compounded
We make a specialty
of our Prescription. Work, a Registered
Pharmacist in charge at all times.
us your Family Recipes and Particular
Prescriptions, and they will receive ' our
All of the Standard
Toilet Preparations in Stock, as well as a
Fine Assortment of Fine Perfumes, the
kind with a-Lasting Fragrance. The next
time you need any, call and sample ours.
CEDAR SPRINGS NURSERY
To The Ladies
Just Take a Look
If You will take a Look in our Middle
window you will see just what you need
and want in Men’s Dress and Heavy Shoes.
A Complete Stock of High Tops.
Eight Styles A A Cut
ters Just Arrived.
Our fall and winter stock
of Clothing is about all in.
Come and make your ¡se
lection while we have a
full round of sizes. . .
d ' ay -.L iqht
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