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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1909)
orado, Utah and Nevada. It was the
fresh light bread mixed from home
grown wheat flour and baked by Mrs.
McKibben that inspired the writer to
view farther the beauties of this won
Correspondent Takes Morning derful
valley, and passing through G. Outlook is Encouraging Says a
Walk, Noting What He Sees. E. Damewood’s 90-acre farm, which he.
Grove '' Physician.
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is intending to use for dairy purposes
exclusively, he came . to the 375 acres
MANY RANCHERS ARE BUSY and large home owned by J..B. Rine- MUST BE DETECTED EARLY
baugh, who has been here 23 years and
is satisfied to remain longer, refusing
Visits Blind Man Who Successfully Con to sell his land for $100 an acre. Mr. Tuberculosis to the Intelligent and Zeal-
our Medical Man Has FewerTerrors
ducts a Farm, and Talks With Others and Mrs. Rinebaugh have three daugh
Than Formerly.—Some Points for
Residing in the Beautiful Row River ters and two sons, and are half a mile
Valley, Near Town.
froih the Shields school. Near this
place the Mosby creek bridge crosses
“The outlook for the consumptive is
* [The following ¡¡correspondence was left over
from last week on account of the crowded con to the extensive estate of Bob more encouraging and hopeful,” said
Mosby, whose holdings are among the a Cottage Grove physician-to The Sen
dition of our columns.]—Editor.
In the pleasant miorning air of last best. A very large potato field, which tinel. Thinking the subject worthy of
Monday a correspondent of Thé S'en- was planted by different renters, is noted further consideration the man of medi
tinel started for a stroll, going east here. The teacher, Prof. Rowe of cine was induced to talk, and from him
ward past the beautiful city park and the Shields school, has a portion of this was gleaned many facts and sugges
out across the hill and around the field and it is said the crop will har tions, given herewith :
“It is a well known fact that if per
curve, being drawn on and on by the vest 150 bushels of Burbanks to the
increasing grandeur and richness of acre. A. Bacon with his wife and two sons suffering from tuberculosis are to
that section of country, and, pausing children have rented land here and are recover the disease must be known
under a large oak tree, a perfect mon building a home in a pretty oak grove. early. So true is this that it may be
arch, he observed a kind lady and was Adjoining this land is the Rich Martin stated as a trueism that ‘Tuberculosis
told by her that George and Mrs. Or place of 23.21 acres, all of which, is curable just in relation to its early
ville Miller were owners of the premi except one acre, can be irrigated by a detection.’ The recognition of tuber
ses, which was a part of the old Knox ditch being surveyed and promoted by culosis in its earlier stages is quite
place a portion of which was occupied John Spray, who recently purchased difficult and the fact that physicians
by others owning tracts from 26 acres the Nelson place of 300 acres, together are diagnosing it more promptly than
down. This section is very thickly set with Bob Mosby, Felix Currin and in the past is only another indication
tled and the people seem prosperous himself, the water to be taken out of the progress beihg made. No longer
and happy, and very active. Ploughing near Lewis Mineral falls. C. E. Porter are. colds or hoarseness passed over
and seeding were being pushed right and Jim Stewart are also projecting: with, hasty examination. In either
along and the Murphy intent was in the installation of an irrigating system event now a most careful diagnosis is
abundant evidence in many fields. for lands near Walden station. Leav made including in many instances - a
Joe Lancaster, Bert Denham, H. B. ing Rich Martin, who is digging post microscopical examination of supta.
Yancey, Elmer Porter, Kail Rhodes holes and building fence, the new Indeed so much importance is now at
and Jim Allen, were all enjoying the Row River bridge is now in sight and tached to these external signs that. a
beautiful surroundings of their pleas as its approach is made the valley thorough physical inquisition, so to
ant homes in this neighborhood. A broadens to two sides of the river an speak, is immediately instituted, es
half-mile further on is the “house built expanse of several miles, showing a pecially of the entire chest cavity.
on a rock, ’’owned by Joe Burnett, whose- panorama of beautiful homes, seem Percussion, palpitation; and auscul
place, consisting of 60 acres, is an ide^l ingly more extensive and grand than tation are very frequently supplement
home. Mr. Burnett was engaged in the ones gone by. An estate of 320 ed by tuberculin tests of various kinds,
ploughing aportion of the General John acres before crossing the Currin bridge,’ especially is this true of suspected
son place, which he had rented, so be and owned by Geo. Layng, can be cases where the clinical signs present
with its immense orchard 40 years indicate that the person may be a vic
fore reaching Joe the writer passed seen
the fine home of Mrs. Love Allen, who old and still- bearing a prolific yield of tim of the tubercle bacillus, and be
fruit. Here the walk of the cause of these facts many persons have
has 130 acres, and five sons, of which delicious
only Dan and Bob are at home. Dan writer ended for this week just as he been put upon the highway to recovery.
“And the enthusiasm of the medieai
was busy ploughing a 20-acre tract for had commenced to get an insight into
fall seeding. Also the nice place own the greatness, beauties and possibilities profession with reference to the
ed by Ben Crow. General Johnson of the best farming district in the mate control of tuberculosis is
freshing for it is an intelligent
has material on the ground for a new world.
working out the problems of care
dwelling to be put up just across the
treatment of the consumptive. Shacks,
road from the pretty 23-acre home of
tents, balconies and screened porches,
E. J. Davis. Tom Bowers owns a nice
Otherwise the Oregon & Southeastern
in fact any suitable place affording iso
tract between the two latter named
Will be After You.
lation and open air are utilized for the
places. Mr. Bowers was reported dan
gerously ill and was being cared for The Oregon & Southeastern Railway treatment of patients with the result
has suffered considerable annoyance that restrictive measures established
at the home of his sister, Mrs. Love Co.
Allen. Inspired by the pretty surround- ? from having gates and bars left open have prevented infection of other’ per
ngs the writer then called at a pic- by
1 persons crossing its right-of-way, sons while patients have in many in
purposes making prosecutions un stances made favorable progress in the
turesque home to find it occupied by a and
the state law for such offenses. arrest of their disease. And the effect
man totally blind, and, finding in him der
4 of Chapter 158 reads : “Any on communities in general is propor-i ' DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
a most congenial soul, enjoyed a pleas- Section
who shall intentionally, or neg tionately as great as on the patient United States Land Office. Roseburg,
ant visit. Waldo S. Miller stated person
leave open or unfastened any himself. The people learn that the Oregon, Sept. 20, 1909.—Notice is here
that he had been totally blind since ligently
by given that Edward J. Frasier, legal
1904 "on account of an affliction of the 1 farm crossing gate, or let down and consumptive when properly cared for is assignee of Sophia Strunk, widow of
optic nerves. Yet he could see that 1
not dangerous and in addition have also Elias D. Strunk, of ■ Eugene, eounty of
shall be deemed guilty of a mis learned the value of rest, good food Lane, State of Oregon, has on August
the Sentinel had enlarged and become fence,
and on conviction thereof and fresh air. This then becomes pre 28th, 1909, filed in this office his applica
a fine paper and that his fine orchard of demeanor
tion under Section 2306 of the Revised
be punished by a fine not to exceed ventative medicine.
young trees were just springing into shall
Statutes of the United States, to enter
magnificence, and that his Rose Comb •
the south one-half of the southeast quar
Rhode Island Red chickens were prêt- ten
1 days in the county jail, or by both noses it was common for the patients ter of section 8, T. 19 s., R. 7 w., W. M.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
fines and imprisonment, and jus to reject their findings and refuse to
tier than Frank Rosenberg’s Giant Buff such
of the peace shall have original believe that they were the subjects of the lands described, or desiring to ob
Cochans. Mr. Miller has never seen tice
ject because of the mineral character of
thereof. ’ ’
the dre^d disease ; but with the know the land, or for any other reason, to the
the farm he owns, yet he directs every jurisdiction
ledge that upon the early detection disposal to the applicant, should file
detail of operation through the assist
Labor Commissioners Here.
hangs the hope of cure, large numbers their affidavits of protest in this office, on
ance of a loving wife who reads to him
or before the 6tli day of November, 1909.
many books and papers and his mem The Hon. O. P. Hoff, commissioner eagerly grasp the situation and take
BENJAMIN L, EDDY,.
ory is keen, alert and never failing in '
accuracy. His orchard is now in bet
ter condition than others seen by the
)EPARTMENTOF THE INTERIOR
WHAT MAKES A TOWN?
United States Land Office. Roseburg,
writer, yet he was preparing for on
' Saturday, the former on his way to
September 20,1909 —Notice is
the fall spraying of one gallon of lime
hereby given that Edward J. Frasier,
and Churches Necessary.
and sulphur to twelve gallons of water the latter getting a line on the mills in
legal assignee of William H. H. Thomp
There being a general movement in son of Eugene, Lane county, State of
which will kill all the authracnose, this section. Mr. Chance has inspected
Oregon, has on August 28, 1909, filed in
green and wooly aphis, prevent, cure
and clean off everything, including Grove, and finds most of them comply al interests of the place, let us consider this office his application under Section
2306 of the Revised Statutes of the Unit
moss. So good lessons may be learned ing with the state law. The faul for a moment the question, “What ed States, to enter the south half of the
from the blind. This good man, Who is ty'ones readily remedy defects when Makes a Town?” Is it the wealth evi“ Southwest quarter of section 8, T 19 s,
loved by all his neighbors, may yet be attention is called to them. Both gen denced by fine homes tand splendid R. 7 w, W. M. I
Any and all persons- claiming adverse
healed, for there are those who have tlemen are believers in the future of store buildings? These may attest to
the lands described, or desiring to ob
abundant faith in the> justice, mercy Oregon, and particularly the Willam the stability and thrift of certain peo ly
ject because of the mineral character of
ple, but they offer no great induce the land, or for any other reason, to the
and goodness of the Divine Love. Mr. ette valley.
ments to commercial and moral pro disposal to applicant, should file their
Miller milks a cow, saws wood, churns,
Our Statesmanlike Course.
of protest in this office on oi
runs the washing machine and the
The city council of Cottage Grove gress. Is it the spirit of good order affidavits
day of November, 1909.
spray pump, and helps generally about have voted $100,000 towards the build and law observance? That is a factor before the 6th BENJAMIN
his farm. So beautiful was the cheer ing of a water system for that city. only. The sleepiest old hamlets that
ful nature of this man that the writer’s The people petitioned the council for
walk was extended farther across the it, and thus a splendid water system dance. Is it the schools and churches?
160-acre farm of Mr. and Mrs. A. will be secured which will prove of in May their number uever increase, lyit
Pitcher, consisting of some good tim calculable benefit for all time to come. they don’t make a town—they only cul
ber, with 32 acres cultivated and a fine The securing of good water systems for ture it. Is it the geographical loca
orchard, cows and goats. A very fine cities at times when they are of a small tion, the character of the country sur
home with five children enjoy its bless population, and which look to the fu rounding, the shipping facilities, the
ings. John Potts owns the next 125 ture and build for the future, is the natural advantages?
None of these are essentials. Well,
acres of fine laying land that could all wisest and most , statesmanlike course
what is it that makes a town, anyway?
be irrigated from a branch running to pursue.—Drain Nonpariel.
Just one thing—the unity of the peo-.
down past the McKibben Bros.’mill,
Now in New Quarters.
pie, the existence of a common bond
which is three miles from town and a
H. C. Cook, after several unavoid which causes business and social ene
half mile from the railroad, to which
able delays, moved his stock to the mies to put aside all differences when
the lumber is conveyed by a flume.
The McKibben Brothers are Morris, Woodward building on Saturday, and it comes to boosting a town. No town
Frank and Henry, the latter of whom is now comfortably located. Besides ever made real progress on the way to
resides at the mill with his wife and having one of the best appointed store substantial success without the get-to
three month’s old baby, Ida Madaline. rooms in Cottage Grove, he also has gether spirit unanimously adopted.
Here the writer picked salai berries, one of the largest stocks of staple and It has rejuvenated old hulks of towns
returning memories of the joyoüs scenes fancy groceries, etc.,’ and purposes ex that were yawning their way into end
tending his business to a considerable less sleep. It has infused new life and
of his first love.
degree through the only feasible meth made thriving cities out of paralytic
The McKibben mill is a new one in od, carrying the goods and advertising
villages? Natural advantages count for
stalled to take place of the old mill them.
Frank Ebby’s old Stand on 4th
much and prosperity cannot be built on
which was destroyed by fire last Au
shifting sand, but any town with half street. All work guaranteed.,
gust. It is a 25,000 capacity mill with
Phone Main 321.
a chance can be made to grow and
planer and only eight men are employ ' Mr. J. F. Hard of Eugene was in the
thrive when its citizeps join with one
ed to operate it. All of these except city on Wednesday. He has 1000 acres
accord in the boosting program.
one, are married men and have fam in the Bohemia camp, and is working
$10,000 for Railway Ticket.
ilies residing near and seem very much steadily at the Vesuvius. During the
contented. The proprietors own enough past season he has Constructed several A, C. Smith, a Minneapols lumber
timber for a steady five-year run at miles of road, making a total of eight man, has offered the promoter of the
Suitable for inside walks, No. 1
the present cutting and still other miles. Ten years ago, when Mr. Hard Oakland & Tidewater railway $10,000
available timber is in sight. They have first went into the Bohemia, there ! for a ticket from Oakland to Coos Bay, common and better; dressed on
some fine cedar which finds ready sale were twelve streams to ford, whereas i provided he can use it within eighteen four sides. While it lasts, $8.0U
in the local market, and most of the today every one is bridged, many of : months. And the promoter says he’ll per thoueand feet.
Brown Lumber Co. '
get Smith’s money.
balance of the output is shipped to Col- them at his personal expense.
VJT^E Beg to Announce that we will be Ready to Open
our New and Complete Stock of Staple and Fancy
the Latter Part of this Week
Our Eastern Shipment of Crockery and Glassware will Ar
rive in about Two Weeks.
We will be pleased to See our Old Friends, and Solicit
a Share of the Patronage of the General Public.
KERR & SILSBY
SPRIGGS. EROS. & HARREL,
$8.00 PER 1,000
KIN D S at
Can You Afford to Farm with Old
Fashioned Machinery when the
Modern Kind is so Cheap? ? ?
Come In and Let Us
The Famous Oliver Chilled Plows,
Grain Seeders , Harrows, Drills,
and Other ILinds of Modern
The Spray-Wynne C 0.
Heavy and Shelf Hardware. Feed and Hay