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ton Lumber Co., and all report in
quiries as fairly steady and prospects
of running all winter.
A. J. Sherrill of the Chicago Belting
Co., Portland, was in town on Wednes
Trade Conditions Have a Much day.
Mr. J. P. Muller of San Francisco,
when in town recently, stated that the
lumbermen of California are already
AMONG THE LOCAL MILLMEN working out plans for the next Hoo-
Hoo annual to be held in that city next
year, and that they are expecting all
Oregon Manufacturers NoT-onger Are the mill men and Hoo-Hoo of the west
Seeking. Business, As it Now Comes to jt>in them in making it a “howling”
to Them Unsolicited,--Railroads Are success,
COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON, FRIDAY. NOV. 5, 1909
Effie Hinds the north half of lot 4, in
block 5, of D. G. McFarland’s second
addition, for a consideration of $1000.
Names are being received every-day
for membership in the Methodist
Brotherhood. The idea of a. building Themesforthe Regular Services
devoted entirely to the social and
physical betterment of men through
all the' manifold agencies found in a
first class Y. M. C. A. in a large city ENTERTAINMENTS
The matter of placing a conspicuous by the Portland Commercial club in is appealing very strongly to the citi
sign in the interest of Cottage Grove prizes for the best newspaper and zens of this city. All young men over
in the vicinity of the passenger station, magazine article on Portland, the 16 are eligble for membership and the Methodist 'Men Will Have Comylete
fees are going to be placed, at a moder
that he who runs may read, has been state, or the ¡Pacific Northwest.
Gymnasium in the Near Future.—The
postponed indefinitely. It is the pur
If you want a diamond to give for a ate figure so that all can avail them
Christian Endeavor Holds Meeting
pose of the committee to erect a large Christmas present, call at Madsen’s selves of its privileges. The next
and Appoints Committees.
THE CASE DISMISSED.
arch from our magnificent timber next week;. $50 diamonds for $35 and meeting Will take place in the vestry
By F. H. Rosenberg.
Saturday evening the Christian
of, the church Tuesday evening Nov.
Do not overlook the meeting of the Blind Man’s Suit to Recover Property across the principal thoroughfare near $45 for $25.
16. An agreeable surprise awaits all Endeavor of the Presbyterian church
Thrown Out of Court.
Association in Cottage Grove on No
enjoyed a progressive Halloween party.
who attend. ,
Eugene Guard—A civil case in whicji will be paved in the-spring it was day, as was also M. Kibelbeck.
vember 20. If necessary, arrange to
You can pick out a diamond for a The first part of the evening was de
John Hazelton, a blind man residing at thought advisable to await the comple Thus far Company E of Cottage
shut down tight, but be sure you all Cottage Grove,'is ■ plaintiff and a num tion of that improvement.
Grove heads the list in the regimental Christmas present now. Madsen will voted, to a business meeting/held at
the-home of Miss Lulu Currin, officers
are on hand to expend the glad hand to ber of citizens of that place and the
Mr. Levi Geer left on Monday for trOphy contest.
put them away for you.
and active members of the Endeavor
The Coon Musical Duet, booked for
the visitors. Whether members or not, trustees of the Methodist church are
the Arcade theatre all this week, failed has three claims on Rock creek, came being present. The following business
be sure and come, and while you may defendants, in which the plaintiff seeks the federal court jury.
The Woman’s Club held an interest to make good, and Manager Hall can;, from the Bohemia on Wednesday, and was transacted. A motion was made
think you know it all now, you will to recover possession of certain real
meeting Saturday afternoon.
celled the engagement after Monday went to Grants Pass for the winter. and carried that the secretary and
surely go away' knowing more.
property in Cottage Grove, has oc
night’s performance. Paul Brady and Mr. Stidham has been in this district treasurer, Miss Currin, be instructed
cupied the -greater part of the time
Trade'conditions—Aside fromtsome and attention of the court today. The Veatch’s Music store until November Dan Shields, acrobats, are at this the ten years, and says it will eventually to pay balance due Mr. Clarence Morss
on painting manse. The names of ten
inconvenience occasioned by car short défendants are as follows : B; K. Law- 1st, to make room for new stock.
be a winner.
atre to fill the vacancy.
age, a steady betterment is reported son, Mariop Veatch", D. T. Awbréy, J.
Mrs. Lucy Beidler has returned from
All kinds of sewing machine needles new members were brought before the
Clarence Morss, who has been ill with
meeting to be voted on. After this
in lumber circles on the Pacific coast. I. Jones, John D. Cochran, J. B. Lewis, a visit to relatives of Oakland.
at Marion Veatch’s.
typhoid" fever, is convalescent.
The eastern demand for high grade Frank Wheeler and Jas. S. Benson,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cochran of Cres Olympic. Process Barley, 75 pound The Siuslaw will probably be im the new committees were appointed by
stocks and large timbers is fair and trustees of the first Methodist church, well spent Monday in Cottage Grove. sacks. The cheapest and best, $1.25 proved. A United States engineer is the president, Miss Mabel Veatch,
which are as follows:
the bulk of the sales now being made Rose Lanau, Anna Lapau, Hairy Met-?
Mr. B. Wood of Raymond, Washing per sack at Spray-Wynne Company. .. on the ground to make a survey.
Lookout committee—Leah Perkins,
are at fair prices. Reports from im calf, Andrew Brund and John Arm ton, .is in the city.
The Shasta limited carried sixteen
John Bledsoe of Boise, Idaho, has
chairman, Elmer Spencer, Alma Ful
portant centers in Washington and strong. A jury was chosen as fol
I have two and eight-tenths acres of bought the Vest Wallace ranch of 102 Pullman cars Wednesday.
Oregon indicate a decidedly firmer sit lows : Albert Ziniker, T. J. Kirk, L. land with improvements worth $2,000 acres a mile northwest of town, paying E. B. Grable sews on shoe soles and mer, Nellie Ellis and Luther King.
Prayer Meeting committee—Lauretta
uation. Oregon/mills are said no long O. Beckwith, Harvey Horn, L. H. which I will sell for $2800. This land $2500 therefor.
guarantees his work. Give him a call,
chairman, Lulu Currin, El
er to be seeking business, but are be Elspass, A. M. Best, W. E. Winfrey, is situated as near to the center of
Miss Helen McGee and J. J. Dillon on Fourth street.
ing visited by buyers desirous of plac G. C. Millett, W. A. Blanton, Sr., Cottage Grove as the north pole is to were united in marriage at the Presby • The Oregon Electric has increased bert Anderson, Veta Holderman and
ing contracts. Some of the mills are Chas. Bratiain, Thos. Bailey and J. B. the top of the earth. D. A. Hendricks- terian manse last week Wednesday its capital stock by $400,000. It’s Melvin Jordan.
Social committee—Mabel Rosenberg,
booked ahead for several weeks and Bamford.
Box 371, Cottage Grove.
evening. The impressive Presbyterian surely coming. But—when?
are not inclined now to take any addi
Scholl, the jeweler, Woodward build chairman, Neva Perkins, Blanche'
Late this afternoon, after the testi A communication from A. L. Mon service was read. The marriage was
Veatch, Mrs. Kinter and Ernest Ander
tional business. Coastwise trade and mony for the plaintiff had been giyen, roe of Atkins, Kansas, says he will kept a secret until the first of the pre ing.
shipments to foreign markets continue the defendants secured a non-suit and leave for Cottage Grove to take up his sent week.
A complaint from Grants Pass has son.
Missionary committee—Mrs. Cham
in good shape. . Tonnage is becoming tKe. ease was dismissed.
permanent residence. Mr. Monroe is a A carload of new high grade pianos been filed with the State Railroad
berlain, chairman, Ada Sherman, Benj.
scarce and charters for sailing vessles
will arrive at Marion Veatch’s Music Commission against the Wells-Fargo King, Mr. Sherman and Dale Groves.
are being made at an advance in price.
‘Cream of Tartar comes from grapes. store November 1st.
.. company regarding rates charged south
From Miss Currin’s the party that
The rates to oriental ports have been
Every crimson drop of grape juice, The Czar of Russia will have an or of Portland. There is aboundant cause
had gathered for the business meeting
advanced $1 and the rate to Europe Nesmith County and High School Bo“s contains its integral part of grape acid, chard in Southern Oregon, probably for similar action by Cottage Grove.
to Contest for Honors.
about $1.25. The activity in shipping
If you enjoy music attend the Metho went to the home of Miss Mabel
or cream of tartar. This is what good near Medford.
Rosenberg where they joined the
circles is not attributed solely to a
church, Sunday evening. ■
The Nesmith County basketball team baking powders, such as Cleveland’s is
A few days since Mrs. Nokes, who
rest of the Endeavors and the invited
betterment in lumber affairs but to will meet the High School team at the made from.
.resides on Fourth street, just beyond
the increased call for tonnage for all Armory tonight, and an interesting W. V. DeWald & Son have moved the corporate limits, went into the United States.land office at Roseburg, guests. Here they spent a delightful
classes of business.—American Lum contest is in anticipation. The game their stock of groceries from the west back yard, and saw there a dozen Chi has tendered his resignation to the evening, playing games and telling
berman, Oct. 30.
will be followed by a dance, for which side to the corner of Main and Third nese pheasants feeding like chickens. officials at Washington. His successor ghost stories. About ten o’clock they
has not yet been appointed. Lawrence were called to the dining room, where
Referring to the item printed in The terpsichorean event good music has streets. J. D. DeWald will return to An old firm; in a new location is will go to Bend to make his home. His their hostess had a very nice lunch
Sentinel two weeks ago, that the rail
spread for them.
his father in the management of the handsome new quarters in "the Wood present term expires in January.
roads have used their best endeavor to teams follows :
From Miss Rosenberg’s they crossed
avoid a car shortage as much as lay in
town to the hom^ of Miss Neva
David Markley returned from Eu The new tender for the disabled loco moved to the new Woodward building.
their power, one of the noted lumber
Perkins, where the evening was spent
journals has this to say: “The railroads
in telling fortunes, ghost stories and
are showing surprising ability in dis Chas. Beals, left forward Ed. Finner J. S. Milne spent Sunday in Eugene, week, and the iron-horse is again in from a visit with Albany friends.
eating nuts ’till a very late hour. All
tributing their equipment in such a
present expressed themselves as hav
High—Dorris Medley,, right guard ;
way that it will handle the most busi
ing a delightful time.
ness possible; so that in spite of the
W. B. Cooper has sold lot 2 of block being transformed into comfortable
existing car shortage, which is gener
This is a program of Sabbath ser
7 in the Cooper • & Randall addition to cottages by their purchaser, Mr. J.
al, it has produced little actual effect
vices, about which the workers of the
Mrs. Cora Schaefer for $125.
upon/ the lumber situation, and buyers, Earl Hill will act as refree.
Methodist church feel justly proud.
W. F. Curtis, who recently came here
still have plenty of confidence in their
Bible school at TO. Classes for all
diamonds' at a bargain, and will sell from North Carolina, has purchased the
ablity to get stock from the West coast
20. And Snark Rosenburg will be in dges. Public wordship at 11 with ser
or the South in quick time. The last Mr. Rees Sells Interest in Business to them cheaper than you Can buy them H. L. Mooney restaurant taking pos his glory, for he is a “black cat” en mon by Robert Sutcliffe, Subject, “A
anywhere else. ■
session on Saturday last.
American Railway Association report
Memorable Meal. ” Reception of mem
Messrs. Kerr & Silsby have opened Daniel Shaffer contemplates a trip to thusiast.
showed that the surplus equipment
bers. Sacrament -of Lord’s Supper.
their grocery store in the building re California, accompanied by Mrs. Shaf
was practically wiped out, but inti
Epworth League devotional meeting at
mated that the heaviest load of the his interest in the Rees-Wallace Com cently vacated by H- C. Cook. They fer, for the. benefit of whose health he gelling, buying, or renting than through 6:30 p. m. People’s popular service
season was being carried early in Octo pany to his partners, Messrs. Winters have an announcement in The Sentinel will make the trp.
at 7:30. The offering will be some
ber, and that some of the equipment Wallace and Delure H. Hëmenway, today, to which your attention is di WatSh for Jeweler Scholl’s holiday
thing entirely new to Cottage Grove.
rected. The new stock is fresh, bright, announcement. He will have a big
would be apt to be released before
rings from $8 to $400. Call at Mad Its name is “An Evening with Five
long. Nevertheless, complaints of car ness; Mr. Rees came to Cottage Grove crisp and sparkling.
line to offer. Call on him in the Wood sen’s and see them.
Famous Hymns.” Two duets and one
shortages, delays in shipments and all
quartet form a part of the musical
that sort of thing continue to increase.
Dr. Oglesby was a Salem visitor on Young America, however, was abroad, selections.
C. E. and G. E. Lathrop attended Wednesday.
Some trouble is encountered on the since which time hé has been promi
singing. The orchestra plays and the-
Pacific coast in getting cars moved nently identified with the business in court at Eugene this week, as did also
Alton Hampton of Eugene was in his ardor.
pastor gives the history and relates
• ‘ the city yesterday.
after-they are loaded or in getting terests of this city. He is president J. F. Spray.
Have you attended the People’s Pop striking incidents in connection with
Cleveland’s Baking Powder.
them promptly forwarded to destina
Diptheria has appeared at Grants. ular service yet at the Methodist the hymns. A silver collection is ex
D. C. McFarland has spld to John V. Pass.
tion. While the scarcity of cars is not tion and has been active in promoting
pected for the benefit of the large
church Sunday evening?
as pronounced as in some former sea the general welfare of its members. Miller lots 7 and 8, of block 3, in Mc
Mrs. John Medley is a guest of Port You can pick out a diamond for a chorus choir in order that they may
Farland’s addition, consideration $300. land friends. She will be absent an
sons, it is alleged that a great many
Christmas present now. Madsen will have an abundance of new music.
loaded cars have been sdt out on side leate Cottage Grove, for a time at Levi Wetmore of Wildwood was in other week.
Presbyterian church: Morning ser
put them away for you.
the city on Monday. He has a home Call and look at E. B. Grable’s line
racks in favor of freight which the least.
Dale McCoy, the lad who was acci vice, “Providing for One’s Own.”
stead near that place on which he is of men’s and boys’ work shoes. They dentally shot a fortnight since by an Evening service, “Can a Rich Man Go
oads seem to think more necessfiry to
best known merchantiie establishments now “proving up.”
are guaranteed. Store on Fourth elder brother, will not losé the sight to Heaven?”
in this city.
Frank Tripp of Eugene and a party street.
... of an eye, as was at first thought.
The Missionary Society of the Pres
A. W. Langille, government super-
of six got four bucks in the' Lorane
Overland trains are very irregular
Forty pound China Pheasant Flour byterian church met at the home of
isor of - the forest reserves in Alaska, CREAMERY CHANGES HANDS.
district a few days since.
on account of the tunnel cavein in for one bushel of wheat at Spray- Mrs. R. B. Job on Wednesday after
> in Portland to make his annual re-
Biggest bargains in diamonds ever Northern California. Stub trains are Wynne Company.
• ■ noon, instead of Mrs. Henry Veatch,
ort to District Forester E. T. Allen, Mr. Stiller Disposes of. Institution, to
offered in Cottage Grove at Madsen’s coming through from Ashland to take
Tom Cox, southwest of town, has a vyho was called to Corvallis on account
nd according to a statement given
herd of ten Jersey cows, each netting of her father’s illness. The December
ut, based on the best obtainable esti-
The negotiations which had been W. Nokes this week commenced the the place, of the delayed overlands.
Councliman B. K. Lawson was a Eu him about $120 per year.
meeting Will be held with Mrs. Good
lates, Alaska has from 60,000,000,000 pending for a change of ownership of
erection of a cottage on Ash street.
The Lawson building is rapidly ap man.
gene visitor on Wednesday.
> 75,000,000,000 feet of standing tim the Cottage Grove Creamery have been
Regular services at the Christian
er. Of this total stand about 60 per successfully consummated and the in Waldo Hill Flour, a product of the J. H. Harms attended circuit court proaching completion. The front is
now being put in.
church Sunday. Subject of morning
ent is western hemlock, and the re- stitution becomes the, property of Pratum mills in the Waldo Hills is now this week.
H. Lynnwood, the lad who was ar You can get first class shoe and har discourse, “Perfect Peace.” Evening,
laining 40 per cent divided between Egger Brothers and D. Bluer. They being handled by Spray & Co., and
>ruce and yellow cedar. The acreage are dairymen of acknowledged ability, local merchants here. The manufac rested in Cottage Grove a fortnight ness repairing at the new shop of E. “A Shoe Sermon.” This sermon will
B. Grable, on Fourth street.
be illustrated with a variety of actual
eld by the two reserves aggregates and are the possessors of more than turers of this flQur claim it; to be the since on the charge of having stolen a
The Ladies’ Aid Society of the Pres shoes. Intensely interesting life-les
1,769,526, being divided as follows: one hundred Jersey cows, which they
byterian church will meet in the sons can be draWn from the shape and
ongas forest reserve, extending from contemplate bringing to this section as the Willamette valley. They also pleaded guilty and is serving time.
Messrs. J. W. Gowdy and O. Vinton church parlors next Wednesday after quality of shoes.
ixon entrance to Skagway, and lying soon as they acquire suitable land near claim it has no equal for making good
were county seat visitors on Wednes noon at 1:30 for a work meeting.
The Christian Endeavor in conjunc
tween the Coast and the Canadian the city. It is understood that a milk bread and invite you to use it.
There will be a free social at the tion with the Ladies’ Aid of the
rder, 15,488,886 acres; Chugach for- route will be established jn this city.
Attorney Young attended circuit Christian church Friday evening, No Christian church, will serve Thanks
t reserve, extending from Prince Mr. Stiller, former owner of the plant, Veatch’s. Music Store and enjoy the
long winter evenings.
vember 12. There will be games and giving dinner in some available build-
court this week.
illiam sound to the Cook’s inlet will remain in Cottage Grove. •
Mr. Ed. Finnerty, bookkeeper for . . What makes Cleveland’s Baking refreshments. Once each month, dur ing'on Main street. The location will
untry, 11,280,640 acres. Mr. Langille
Wiil Entertain Teachers.
the Oregon & Southeastern, returned Powder sell? Quality and price. ■ 3 ing the winter, these free socials are be announced later. 1
ys that about all the available for
On Wednesday evening next, at on Tuesday from a visit to friends at pound cans $1.00; 5 pound cans $1.65. to be conducted in the interest of socia The Rev. F. E. Billington of Eugene
ts in Alaska are in reserves.-
Phillip’s hall the Woman’s Club will Woodville, below Grants Pass.
Ask for the cans with the patent bility and good will.
will hold a Bible School Institute at
1 he Local Mills.
tender a reception to the teachers of A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. serew top.
Sarah’ E. Blair was awarded a judg the Christian church during the last
F. G. Deckebach, represepting the ment for $550 against John F. Spray week in November. Mr. Billington is
The Leona Mills Lumber Co. of Le the public schools. -The committee in Charles Cooley on Monday.
Eat your meals regularly, keep your Salem Brewing company, was in the in the circuit court-for this county on instructor in the Bible School depart
ia has started up again. Mr. J. J. charge of the affair held a meeting at
enny, manager, states that the mill the home of Mrs. Frank Wheeler yes temper and burn dry fir wood, for sale city yesterday gathering up the pro Wednesday. Mrs. Blair sued to re ment of the Eugene Bible University.
perty belonging to his company, and cover $550 as commission for sale of He was at one time pastor of the
s enough orders on hand for some terday afternoon for the purpose of by M. H. Anderson.
perfecting arrangements for the enter
Mrs. Dora Field left today for looking after stored bar fixtures.
the Spray ranch south of town to Mr. Christian church of Cottage Grove.
ne to come.
See that the label on your can of Lathrop.
There were seven accessions to the
Shewart & DeLaunay of Curtin Spur tainment. The ministers of the city Brownsville to spend three weeks with
baking powder reads Cream of Tartar,
The ninth anniversary of the Forest Christian church last Sunday morning
e running, steadily with good pros- and their wives will be included in relatives and friends.
the list of invited guests. The even Miss Bertha Stratford of Creswell was Bi-carbonate of Soda and starch, as it ers lodge in this city was not celebrat —one conversion. There were two
A. L. Woodard is closed down for a ing will be spent in social intercourse. a guest of friends here this week. takes all of these ingredients to make ed last night as announced. There was conversions during October.
Mr. Bell of the Star theatre was in a perfect baking powder—such as some friction between members of the church iss prospering in all depart
iw days, but intends to start up soon. It is probable that some short addresses
.. committees,- resulting in the matter ments. The outlook for the winter
All the mills alor^-the O. & S. E. will be made, Refreshments will, of the county town yesterday.
Five thousand dollars will be given
M. J. Hawley has transferred to being dropped.
campaign is exceedingly hopeful.
lilway are running, except the Diss- course be served.
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