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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1909)
motion of Mr. Atkison further time
Twenty-one dollars and 50 cents was
the price given by Special Prosecuting
Mr. Lawson, who had been appointed
Attorney J. R. Wyatt of Portland for
to revise the charter arid get estimates
the finest box of apples at the Albany"
Municipal Council Will Receive on the cost of 150 books, including or Eugene Continually Gives Southern apple fair.
Lane the Small Dnd.
dinances, reported that the cost would
Bids for Water Bonds.
be $1.12 .per page, and the council
In .tendering his resignation as
authorized the .expenditure.
county judge for Lane county G. R.
Mr. Bartel served notice upon the Crisman, among other things recom
MEETS IN REGULAR SESSION council that as soon as there was a mended that, provisions be made for
full board present he would ask for a funds to improve the highway between
reconsideration of the ordinance pro Eugene and "Springfield, persumably
Money From Bond Issue to Be Ready viding for. the purchase of a rock
for the benefit of tradesmen of the
for Use by March First, Bids to Be crusher,. vetoed by Mayor Job.
county town. In the matter of road
Opened January 3.—The Proceed
Mr. Lawson, chairman of the light construction Eugene has been greatly
ings of the Council.
committee, introduced Mr. Shinn of favored, while other locations more
Important matters in connection with the Cottage Grove Lighting Company, distant from the seat of justice have
the construction of the proposed pipe who spoke on a lighting proposition, been forced to build highways through
line from Layng creek, to connect after Recorder VanDenberg had read a private subscriptions or have none.
with Cottage Grove’s present water contract proposed between the com This ,is true of the Southern part of
system, were discussed'and acted Upon pany and the. city. The contract pro .Lane, county, of which Cottage Grove
at Monday night’s session of the mu vides for arc and incandescent street is the. metropolis. Every merchant in
nicipal council, the meeting being de lights for five years from January 1 this city has contributed year after
voted largely to this business. An next, at $80 per year for the former, year to the construction of rural high
ordinance providing for the sale of
bonds was unanimously passed, and incandescents, and $18 for 16-candle ist an opportunity^ to come to town.
the engineering problem was practi power, not more than 30 arcs to. be- And at the same time they have been
cally solved. The ordinance in ques
tion not only makes provisions for the vice, deductions to be made for lights for the benefit of Eugene. Is there
sale of bonds in a sum not exceeding that may be out, the city to locate all any wonder that there is a desire on
the part of the-people of this section
$100,000 at 5 per cent, but for a com
petent engineer’s estimate on cost of city’s expense by giving ten days’ to sever their connection' with a crowd
construction, this preliminary work to notice. The minimum charge for the that is continually handing them the
be performed without delay. There is service, according to the contract, can short end?
something-like $5,000 now in the water not be less than $3,500 per year. Mr.
MR. HAWLEY TO VISIT US.
fund, a sufficient amoûnt to more than Shinn said that under the contract he
complete all preliminaries, thus mak purposed to furnish a new are that
Congressman Coming on Invitation of
ing it unnecessary to call for money would give at least 33 per cent more-
from the bond issue until March 1. light than the present ones. It would
Bids, however, will be received on or require fully two months to provide for It is probable that Congressman
before January 3 next, at which date
they will be publicly opened and con has checked the number of lights now fore going to Washington for the wih-
sidered. The ordinance wisely pro used by the city "'and found there was' ter, Mayor Job having invited him to
vides that the bonds shall bear interest $116 worth of illumination for which come hither and view the locality from
from the date the money is delivered there had been no charge. With this whence our new water supply is to
amount the cost for lighting-'at present come. The congressman left on Mon
to the city treasurer.
would be close to $2,900,
day for Denver to attend a meeting of
It is probable that Mr. Roberts, a
Mr. Lawson favored additional fights, the board of head managers of the Among which you will fine
consulting engineer of acknowledged
and introduced an ordinance in accord Woodmen of the World, of which he is
ability and whose record as an engi
ance with the contract, which was chairman. The session will last about from the Plainest to the
neer has been thoroughly investigated,
given its first and second readings. One four days. Upon his ¡return Mr. Haw most Ornate. Solid Quarter
will have charge of the improvement
of the proposed new lights will be ley will visit Lane and other counties,
from start to finish. The city recorder
hung on Main street in Order to show and will leave for Washington late in Sawed Oak, Highly Polish-
has been authorized to get his price
what itfBari do.
During the past two Saddle Seat. A Great Bar
for this work. Communications were
A petition to the county court, ask months Mr. Hawley has visited prac gain, an Oak Chair with
read from The Dalles, Hood River,
Lewiston, Idaho, and Colfax,. Washing ing the right to run water pipes along tically every county in his district.
the county road in Row river valley,
Mayor Job is in receipt of the follow Carver to match, Panelec
ton, regarding Mr. Roberts’ work at
communication from Congressman Back, Leather Seat, Fit to
those places, and all were highly com
“I am in receipt of your
plimentary, and some decidedly en
Grace the most elaborately
take the necessary steps to prevent letter in regard to obtaining land with
thusiastic in his praise.
Finished Dining Room.
any contamination of Layng creek,
Mayor Job called the council to order
from which our water supply is to water supply for your beautiful city.
it 8 o’clock, Aidermen Atkison, Bar
I will be glad to assist you in any way
tel, Elledge, Kime and Lawson answer corrie.
I can. I expect to art-ive at Cottage
ing to roll call. Recorder VanDenberg The matter of flood water on Shepard Grove at 11:32 a. m. Tuesday, Novem
read the minutes of the preceding
ber 16, and leave at 4:50 p. m. that
meeting, which were approved with- mittee with power to act.
day. During my stay I would like to
Henry Lincoln . protested against the take the matter up and obtain infor
out alternation, and signed by his
city marshal empounding his dogs, mation and concert plans for the land.
Under the caption of petitions and claiming that he resided ourside of the I consider this a very important mat
ither communications, a protest against city, and consequently was out of the ter, as a pure water supply for a grow
he grading and graveling of D street marshal’s jurisdiction. The matter ing city is an invaluable asset of the
vas read. The- petitioners set forth was referred to the marshal.
;he claim - that - the work had not been
A profile of street and sidewalk
“The Furniture Dealers”
lerformed according to contract, inas grades oil Main street was accepted,
ALFALFA GROWS HERE.
much as the required six-inches of after which accounts were audited.
Divide Rancher Has a Field Now Three
jravsl did not appear, and demanded
hat additional gravel be spread or the
HE’S THE WHOLE WORKS.
David Alexander of Divide was in.
leficiency deducted from the assess
ment. Mr. Bartel moved that the re Of Great Importance is the Hired Man Cottage Grove on Saturday. He has
thirteen acres in orchard-at that place,
order notify the property owners that
to the Average Farther.
the work had been accepted, and that On a recent trip through the rural with seventy-five trees ‘ in bearing.
their assessment would draw interest district south of Cottage Grove The Mr. Alexander has an ideal location.
There are four natural springs on the
it thé rate of 6 per cent until paid.
Sentinel came in contact with “the
Mr. Lawson did not consider the hired man,” from whom much infor land, making it possible to irrigate if
itreet improvement according to speci mation concerning the country was he so desires. But this seems to be
fications, the gravel being much too obtained. From general indications unnecessary. He had a splendid crop
arge in some particulars. He said he was the whole thing on the ranch, of alfalfa early in the season, and after
We wish to call your at
iome of it would not .go through à 5 or the light of the household and the joy cutting it turned his stock into the
tention to our line of Staple
i-inch screen. He thought it would .of the cowbarn. He knew the- name field. The stock, however, failed to
>e unwise for the council to antagonize of every heifer on the place, and his keep' the alfalfa down, and he has a
and Fancy Groceries.
he property holders and get the mat responsibility was as large as his second crop seven inches high without
irrigation. The alfalfa is three years
er into the courts. Mr. Bartel thought pedal appendages.
We carry all the leading
old, and shows what may be accom
here was no danger of getting into
of Canned Goods
plished if the. tap root is given an op
he courts, but withdrew his motion
Coffees, and cater
md supplemented it by one authoriz-
trade by keep
ng the -return of the petition to the can hoist the hired man from the farm
Coreless and Seedless Apples.
igners, with a request for more defin- without starting something. Time
te information.regarding the protest. was when a hired man who mildly ob apples produced on a single tree of un
Engineer Kurtz informed the alder- jected to pai ling nineteen cows at 3:00 known variety in an eight acre orchard
Fresh and Up-to-Date.
nen that the grades and ditches at' a. m. and bedding the shoats ¡at the at -Moran Prairie, five miles north of
his point were the best Mr. Venske
Spokane, owned by B. K. Short, a
Summer Lunch Goods and
ad done this season. He- had inspect- vited to chase himself into the next rancher. The largest of the fruit is
Delicacies of all kinds
d the work, measured the gravel and
three inches in diameter, the coloring
ad found it according to speeifica- string of rosy hued profanity. But being of a yellowish green, streaked
found at this place.
ions. There had been no change from nowadays this method would be about with red. The apples have deep pink
cheeks, and the flesh is firm and of
Aiderman Atkison said he, too, had oper to a Shropshire ewe.
excellent flavor. The tree is between
neasured the gravel, finding only one When the midsummer zephyrs fan 12 and 15 years old and is growing in
lace where a .deficiency existed. It his bronzed face the hired man strides, sub irrigated soil at an altitude of 2225
acked one and a half inches of gravel, through the dimpling dewdrops in a feet. Short does not claim credit for t
‘he ordinance called for six inches of hickory shirt and a cheery smile, and developing the cereless-seedless apple,
ravel when completed, .and if the -his- bunions rattle in the meadow grass declaring it is a freak" of nature.
ngineer had found that amount when like unto a set of rubber teeth against
Snow In Bohemia.
lie road was completed that should be an overgrown gumboil. On the first
Mr. Ely, of the Kelso Gold Mining
day, as the peal of the church bell
Mr. Bartel moved that the matter be chases a previous peal down the pic company, spent a week in Washington.
iferred to the street committee for turesque valley, he squeezes a size His company is installing a stamp mill,
ivestigation, which was carried, Al- eleven foot into a seven shoe, laces a which will be ready for operations in
erman Atkison voting nay, because celluloid shirt-front to his, bulbous about two months. There is a consid
bosom, dohs a handpairited necktie and erable quantity of paying ore on the
le work had been accepted.
A proposition (from a San Francisco sallies forth at the tailgate of a Cremo dump; sufficient, it is thought, to keep
rm to sell a used rock-crusher at cigar, through a sylviar/ dell to the the mill running a year. When Mr.
Ely came from the Bohemia district a
bout half price was read. Mr! Law- meetin’ house.
>n moved that the matter be referred The hired man has the rest of the week ago there was eight inches of
> the committee appointed to buy a family holding pious hands heavenward show in the mountains, and some of
■usher. Mr. Bartel objected, saying nine-tenths of the time for fear - that the machinery was hauled part of the
ie mayor had vetoed the ordinance he will change has base. He has be way from Disston on sleighs.
roviding for the purchase, and conse- come as sensitive in spirit as an in Work, on the T,000 acre fruit tract,
ECONOMY IS WEALTH
uently there was no such committee, growing toenail. Breathe it to him located in the Lorane valley, twelve
r. Lawson accepted the objection, gently that the rubber tired buggy is "miles west of Cottage Grove, has been
nd the letter was placed on file.
designed for the use of the family and commenced. Thiri tract is to be set out
Mr. Lawson, sole member «of a spec- he will vanish across the nearest eighty; in winter apples, and pears. Planting
1 committee appointed to solicit pri-- without waiting to gather up his lin this large area for the most part will
ite subscriptions to a fundto dispose of gerie. Drop on your knees and sug not be undertaken until spring,- but a
>od water east of the railway tracks, gest that he stripped the roan heifer large force of men and teams are em
OF PORTLAND, OREGON.
ported that he had procured $170. with too ' much haste and he will call ployed preparing, the soil. This tract
be outlook was not encouraging, as , for his time check in a voice which can was purchased by. the Churchill-Mat ifyou die , it costs no more than or
lout $500 would be necessary, and un- be heard down at thè Four Corners on thews company of Portland some time dinary Life. I f YOU LIVE, it is more
ss the Southern Pacific company a windy night. Never sass the hired ago, extended mention of which has profitable than Endowment. Life insur
ance is a great protection to our families.
nie to the rescue it would be impos man unless you are going to move into heretofore been published in The Sen- TOM
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