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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 19, 1909)
tions. But a careful investigation of
greatly benefited by the'Department of
the matter, after having heard every
Agriculture. A year ago the depart
discussion in connection therewith, ex
ment sent, through Mr. Hawley’s sug- .
cept the private conference between
gestion, an expert to Medford. By
the parties, reVeals no good reason
warning the farmers of an early frost,
both enterprises should not
Congressman Hawley Discusses
proceed uninterruptedly; provided, of
dollars’ worth of apples. He said the
course, that Cottage Grove thinks well
Get No Bidders Today.
Water Shed With Citizens.
only fault he had to find with Oregon
enough of the manufacturing of 173,-
ians was that they offered their land
000,000 feet of lumber at this point to
too cheap. He said people had no con
temporarily locate its intake pipe out
fidence in cheap land. Because the
INTERESTS NOT TOGETHER people of California and Washington WATER SHED FIRST THING of reach of all possible contamination
of the water.
were putting high values on their land
When the initiative was taken by the
they were drawing the population.
His trip to Cottage Grove he counted There Appears to be No Good and Suf lumber interests to secure this timber
Representative of Lumber Company
there was no water right to interfere,
a “red letter day.” The spirit of in- ■ ficient Reason Why Both Projects
and Citizens Congrgate in Attempt
but in the intervening time the coun
dustry and hustle, as shown bv the lo
to Solve Question of Vital Im
Should Not be Carried Forward
cil has, and wisely too, filed upon Layng
cal business men, was very highly com
portance to All Concerned.
fi the People So Elect.
creek, and its application having been
mended. And the number of new
granted, it practically, holds the key So
dwellings and business blocks were in
the situation. And although the tim
It is not likely that the 173,000,000
Congressman Hawley, representing dications of progress.
The arrangements for the reception feet of standing timber in the Umpqua ber interests, represented by A. B.
this district, visited Cottage Grove on
and dinner were Under the management forest reserve, advertised for sale by Wood, has disbursed a considerable sum
Tuesday and spent a few hours with a
in perfecting its arrangements unless
congregation of business men and other of a committee, composed of Messrs. the United States government, will be it gets positive assurance that it will
F. D. Wheeler, Dr. J. O. VanWinkle. sbld today. And it is pdSbible that the
citizens at the commodious rooms of the
be protected it will drop the matter
Commercial club. The distinguished F. B. Phillips, B. Lurch and M. M. sale will of necessity have to be post without further action. If the water
gentleman came hither on an invitation Veatch, and that it satisfactorily dis poned indefinitely, if not declared off. shed asked for by the city, embracing
from Mayor R. B. Job, the primary ob charged the duties incumbent upon it This will be unavoidable unless satis sixty-five square miles, is granted,
ject being to deal with matters in con all who participated can attest. The factory arrangements can be made with there seems a probability that settle
nection with the proposed water sys dinner, served under the personal direc the city of Cottage Grove to locate a ment will be effected between the two
tem in securing a sufficient territory tion of Landlord Westbrook, was one temporary intake for its proposed water interests, and both enterprises consum-
for a water shed reserve, and to offer of epicurean art. The menu follows: line above the mouth of Junietta creek mated. In the meantime there is un
in order to. get away from contamina certainty regarding the one. Congress
suggestions along that line.
Fried Halibut a la Mayonaise
tion of the supply. While the city man Hawley will give aid in securing
A meeting was held,, presided over by
council, from all outward appearances, for us the requested area, and it is
Mr. H. O. Thompson, in which repre
sentative citizens participated, and the Roast Young Turkey, Cranberry Sauce has shown a disposition to protect the earnestly hoped that it will be secured.
timber company in its logging opera The sale of the timber may be effected
question was pretty generally discuss
tions, no official action in the matter at any time after today, if the govern
ed, the sentiment prevailing that ar
Apple Pie Custard Pie
has been taken, without which the large ment so elects.
rangements should be so perfected as
not to exclude the contemplated timber English Plum Pudding, Brandy Sauce investment would not be made. The
Nuts, Fruits, Cafe Noir
question of how to obviate the difficulty
purchase and subsequent logging opera
has been widely discussed in public
tions. Mr. Hawley could see no reason
The following gentlemen were pre meetings, aldermanic sessions. and on
why the city of Cottage Grove should
Notice is given that subscriptions
not go up Layng creek further than sent at the banquet: A. B. Wood, R. the curb, yet no solution of the prob
the point of intake for its water sup M. Veatch, Chas. VanDenberg, Dr. lem has been arrived at. The city has .will be received at the office of the
ply. The government, he thought, Kime, Dr. Van Winkle, B. K. Lawson, voted bonds in the sum of $100,000 for undersigned Company, or through
would grant the request for sixty-five Geo. Atkinson, C. H. Burkholder, Ben a pipe line from Layng creek to this the Security Savings & Ttust*Com-
square miles as a water shed, and a Lurch, J. F. Spray, Wm. Johnson, Her city, some eighteen miles, and while pany, Trustee, Portland, Oregon,
board flume to the present intake loca-' bert Eakin, T. 0. Wheeler, Lew A. no estimate of its cost has been made it for $800,000.00 First Mortgage 6
tion would not interfere with logging Cates, J. I. Jones, J. H. Chambers, J. is roughly figured that the improvement per cent'bonds of the Portland Ce
operations. He inquired if it would C. Johnson, F. B. Phililps, David will need every cent of money to be de ment Company, of Portland, Ore
make any difference in logging opera Griggs, H. H.. Veatch, Henry Venske, rived from the bond issue. In fact gon.
These bonds are $500.60
tions if the water shed is granted, and W. H. Abrams, Dr. Job, F. D. Wheeler, Engineer Roberts, has said that $200,- each; will/be sold at par or face
the privilege given to place a tempor J. S. Benson, Chris. Hazelton, F. G. 000 would do the job better than half valtie, plus accrued interest. A
ary intake above the mouth of Junietta Conley, John Bartel, Fingal Hinds, he amount. To carry the water tem bonus of 100 per cent common
creek, and Mr. Wood replied that there Rev. Sutcliffe, H. 0. Thompson, Dr. porarily from a point above the mouth stock of the Company will be given
would be no objection by the logging Woods, John Woodard, Rev. Adams, of Junietta creek, a distance of three with the boriSs, to-wit: $500.00 of
and a quarter miles, would necessitate stock with each $500.00 of bonds.
interests, provided, conditions remained Rev. Elkins, Jos. DuBruille.
an additional expenditure of approxi
the same. But if the water was not
Subscriptions may also be ten
taken above the city would object to The committee named above requests. mately $15,000. To make this-sum avail dered through either of the follow
The Sentinel to extend to Landlord able for the purpose a special election
any operations in that area.
ing named banks of the City of
The. congressman suggested that the Westbrook, in its behalf, its hearty ' would have to be called to again amend Portland, to-wit:
sale of timber in the forest reserve be thanks for the most excellent manner in the charter, and still another to vote
B ank of C alifornia
postponed for a few days after Novem which he served the dinner on this oc the bonds.
C anadian B ank of C ommerce
ber 19, in order that the government
With this understanding of the situ
F irst N ational B ank
forestry department might have bppor
ation the question naturally arises:
H ibernia S avings B ank
tunity to receive maps of the territory
H artman & T hompson , Bankers
applied for, and act upon them.
gigantic in its scope, prove sufficiently
L add & T ilton B ank
It was brought out during the discus
remunerative to Cottage Grove from a
M erchants N ational B ank
AN APPRECIATED SURPRISE.
sion that the first base of operations
financial standpoint to warrant this exr
U nited S tates N ational B ank
would be on Crazy creek, just inside Woman’s Club Unexpectedly Partakes penditure? On this point the dissent or may be tendered through
the forest reserve, and these opérations
ers are largely in the minority; in fact BANK OF COTTAGE GROVE
of Bountifnl Luncheon.
might have a tendency to contaminate
The regular meeting of the Woman’s it may be said without fear of exagger
Cottage Grove, Ore.
the water of Frazier creek.
Club was held at the Commercial club ation that public sentiment is practi
Mr. Hawley asked if December 1 rooms last Saturday afternoon. As the cally unanimously favorable to permit FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Cottage Grove, Ore.
would be too long a time to postpone members approached the parlor, which ting the prosecution of the contemplat
FRUIT GROWERS’ BANK
is the accustomed place of meeting, ed operations. It is realized by the
My. Wood replied that the sale had they were confronted with this notice: masses that our great need at this time
been authorized and advertised, and “Owing to certain circumstances which is outside capital; men who will invest YONCALLA STATE BANK
if no bids were received it would be in have arisen the ladies’ club is requested money and. createja tin-pail brigade in
the power of the forestry department to meet in the manager’s office.” our iriidst; legitimate industries that
to postpone, and sell later if it so de Naturally the women were very curious, will increase our population and send are the officers and directors and
cided. It was likely, he thouhgt, that but no one could explain. After an in coursing through all channels of local more prominent stockholders of the
no deposit of money would be made for teresting program, consisting of a gen commerce the cold cash distributed by Portland Cement Company:
the Nov. 19 sale, and consequently it eral discussion of Booker T. Washing them to the breadwinner for his toil. A man M oore , President, ex-Gen. Mgr.,
Colorado Portland. Cement Co., Denver,
would be unnecessary to ask the depart ton’s book, “Up From Salvery,” Mrs. Thousands of dollars are being annually
Colo. Ex-Gen. Mgr., Union Portland
ment for a postponement.
F. H. Rosenberg leader, Current Events expended by this community to herald
Cement Co., Ogden.
After a considerable amount of dis with Mrs. H. A. Miller leader, and each abroad throughout the length and T heo . B. W ilcox , Vice President, Pres.,
cussion, participated in by Aiderman member responding to roll call by giv breadth of this great commonwealth
Portland Flouring Mills Co., Portland.
Bartel, Dr. Woods, Mr. Kern, the may ing a quotation of patriotism, Mr. Con the resources, advantages and possibil A lex . N ibley , Secretary, ex-Treas. Grande
Lumber- Co., Perry ¡Oregon.
or and others, Mr. Lawson offered a ley, manager of the Commercial club, ities of this immediate section. We L. Ronde
A. L ewis , Allen Sc Lewis, Portland.
resolution requesting Congressman announced that the ladies might view bend every energy to induce immigra C. W. N ibley , Pres., Union „ Portland
Hawley to co-operate in securing a the lumbermen’s exhibit in the parlor. tion to our productive soil, and rejoice
Cement Co., Ogden. Utah.
water shed reserve as indicted by the The exhibit proved to be a darkened when we get a new c6nvert from the A. L." M ills , President, First National
maps shown. This was unanimously room, beautifully decorated with chry East, yet a careful comparison of the Jos. Bank,
N. T bal , Attorney, Portland.
adopted, it having previously been stat santhemums and dainty luncheon tables relative merits of the two lines of en W. F. B urrell , President, Burrell Invest
ed by Mr. Lawson that with this ac set with fine china and cut glass.
ment Co., Portland.
deavor will readily convince any intelli
complished he thought there would be, ' The place cards were dainty thanks gent person of the advantage in secur J. C. A insworth , Pres., United States Na
tional Bank, Portland.
no difficulty between the city and the giving post cards bearing the ladies’ ing a single industry employing two
W. W. C otton , Attorney, Portland.
lumber interests. He said that lum maiden names. Mrs. Geo. Hall and hundred hands. But the lumbering G eo . L awrence , J r ., Manager Lawrence
bermen had been given no official assur Mrs. Delure Hemenway proved to be operations will not be permanent; the
Harness Co., Portland.
ance that they would be protected, but the clever hostesses who had planned timber must be removed within a stip P aul C. B ates , Manager Aetna Life In
surance Co., Portland.
if the water shed was granted the prob this pleasant surprise as a reception to ulated period, says some one. All of
irt M inor , Attorney, Portland.
abilities are that the city would protect the new members. After luncheon was which is very true. But the people are ,W
C has . E. L add , Pres., Ladd Estate Co.,
the timber company.
served all ^present congratulated Miss still with us, and the probabilities are
C. S mith , Pres., Hibernia Sav
Nixon, (Mrs. Hall) and Miss Wallace, a large proportion of them will remain, A ndrew
ings Bank, Portland.
ENJOY A FINE BANQUET.
(Mrs. Hemenway) upon the success of either taking up lands and building per W. A. G ordon , Pres,, W. A. Gordon Co.,
manent homes for themselves and fam
their delightful surprise party.
Prominent Citizens Dine With Distin
ilies, or following other vocations avail E. L. T hompson , Hartman Sc Thompson,
guished Man, at Hotel Oregon.
able at the time. The writer, from
T om R ichardson , Manager, Portland
Commercial Club, Portland.
The business men of Cottage Grove Commercial Club Has Important Duty
when he urges that every effort be T., W. S ullivan , Chief Eng., Portland
to Perform Nov. 29.
tendered Congressman Hawley a ban
R. R., L. Sc P. Co., Oregon City.
On Monday evening, November 29, made to locate the timber industry. It
quet at the Hotel Oregon at 2:30 o’clock
J ohn C. C utler , ex-Governor State of
Tuesday afternoon, following a recep
Utah, Salt Lake City
tion and meeting at the rooms of the for the ensuing year, and there should 000 in five years, and even if *the base J ohn P ingree , Cashier, First National
Commercial club. Thirty-four covers be a full attendance of members. As of operation^ is twenty miles distant,
R omney , Vice Pres., Deseret Sav
were laid on two splendidly arranged much of the club’s success depends upon not a man, woman or child can arrive G eorge
ings Bank, Salt Lake City.
tables, and the dinner was served in its president, that office should be fill at or depart from these operations C. L eonardt , Pres., Southwestern Portland
six courses. It was rather an infor ed with great care. Qualification is without passing though Cottage Grove.
Cement Co., Los Angeles.
mal affair, the only speakers being Mr. the .first thing to be taken into considj The lumber company cannot acquire O. C. B eebe , Cashier, 'Lions Savings
Bank & Trust Co., Salt Lake City.
H. O. Thompson, president of the club, eration. The other officers to be elect vested rights in the forest reserve;
T hos . R. C utler , Pres., Utah-Idaho Sugar
and Congressman Hawley, the former’s ed are first and second vice-presidents, when its contract with the govenment
Co., Salt Lake City.
remarks being of an introductory char secretary, treasurer and six trustees. expires it must vacate; the city does
A document giving full particu
Mr. H. 0. Thompson has declined to not now, and neither will it for twenty lars concerning the Portland Ce
Congressman Hawley spoke for a half accept re-election to the office of presi years need a greater supply of .water ment Company and its bonds will be
hour on matters pertaining to the First dent.
than is obtainable above the mouth of mailed or may behad upon applica
Congressional district.; He said it was
Junietta creek, so there can be no justi tion to the
his purpose to be thoroughly informed
fiable objection on this point. No
PORTLAND CEMENT CO.,
regarding the needs of his district, and Ugly Gash Cut in Forehead, and Re" other interest^ can come into this terri
that was the purpose of his trip to Cot
quires Several Stitches.
tory, and even if the supply at any fu 607-609 Lumbermens Building
tage Grove. He felt that he was the
Walter Pitcher; residing with his pa ture period should be found inadequate
servant of the people, and not only de rents on a farm two miles from town, at any particular point, more could be
sired to champion such legislation as on Tuesday met with a painful acci secured by an extension of our water BANK OF COTTAGE GROVE
his constituents desired, but also to do dent. While driving a team, a protrud right with reference to the number of
Cottage Grove, Ore.
every other thing that would be of the ing limb “whipped” back, and striking feet. If the lumber industry would in FIRST'NATIONAL BANK *
greatest benefit to the most people. him in the forehead cut an ugly gash. any way stint the city’s supply of water
Cottage Grove, Ore..
Among some of the things he was in He came to the city to have the wound or tend to contaminate that supply, FRUIT GROWERS’ BANK
terested in he named more harbors, an dressed, and the surgeon found it nec The Sentinel would not for a moment
increased fruit crop, and a denser popu essary to take several stitches in or urge an equitable adjustment of pend YONCALLA STATE BANK,
lation. The fruit industry had been der to close it.
ing differences to permit logging opera
GIVEN ANOTHER ROUND
SÄLE NOT POLLED OFF
don - t delay
¿7HADSEN, the Jeweler
Children delight in wading through all
the puddles on ihe sidewalk and they
would rather walk in the snow beside the walk,
, than anywhere else.
This is hard on the shoes—no shoe will stand it in
definitely. All you can do is to get the strongest shoes
you can buy, without getting them too coarse and
ycurity School Shof
These shoes are made of the best leather, especially selected. The
boys shoes are made by the welt process—the best known method of
fastening soles and uppers together. The girls shoes are made in both
welt and turn soles.
They are made on good fitting lasts and will not hurt the feet or injure
their shape. Both boys and girls shoes are dressy and attractive looking
with wonderful wearing qualities.
Security Watch with Every Pair ..
Each purchaser of Security School
Shoes is entitled to one of these hand
some watches for only 50 cents.
There isn’t a dollar watch on the
market aS good. It is guaranteed for
one year. We couidn’t afford to make this offer except
as an inducement for you to try Security School Shoes.
Bring the children in and let us fit them out with a
pair of Security Shoes—they will prove a revelation
to you in shoe value for childrens shoes
“WHERE YOU DO BETTER.”
There’s Lots of Satisfaction
in knowing your house
is equipped with modem
and sanitary plumbing.
Ii you are thinking of
having work of this kind
kind done, we would be
pleased to give you esti
mates on the work and
FOSTER P. PHILLIPS, Plumber
POWELL & SHORTRIDGE, Props.
' Rates to All.