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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1909)
good. Prices hold up well. C. F. Wal
ker reports the demand for cedar pole
piling and mining timbers in keeping
A Peculiar Bird That Fishes With Its
with the inquiry for lumber as fairly
BY F, H. ROSENBERQ,
Habits of the cormorant and of the
- L. S. Hill of the Brown Lumber Com Stockholders of Fruit Company ! fish hawk are generally known. Their
pany is at present in Southern Oregon
■ methods of taking fish are very much
Died : Chicago on November 21, on a business trip.
like those of birds of prey. But the
1909, J. . Defenbaugh, editor of the Walter Zimmerman was in town the
cassowary fishes according to a meth
Amercian Lumberman,’at the age of 55 early part of the week and reports the
od of its own. A well known naturalist
years. Mr. Defenbaugh was known sale of a Donkey engine to thè Row
witnessed its operations on a river in
Suitable for father, mother, brother, sister or
of New Britain.
wherever lumber is manufactured or River Lumber Co.
MAY YET REDEEM BY PAYING the He island
saw a cassowary come down to
sweetheart, may be found in onr stock of
wherever it is sold, be it in the United
H. G. Utley of the Simonds Mfg Co.
the water’s edge and stand for some
States, Canada or Europe. He was a was in town on Wednesday and reports
minutes apparently watching the wa
man of broad-mind, and while not him that with all the mills in his territory
ter carefully. It then stepped into the
self a lumberman was identified with business is very good. He states that Meeting Held at the Cpmmercial Club river where it was about three feet
everything pertaining to the lumber the Simonds people carried off the hon Rooms Tuesday Afternoon With a
deep and, partially squatting down,
business. In the matter of the increas ors at the Alaska-Yukon fair, which
spread its wings out, submerging
ed freight rates on eastbound lumber speaks highly for them.
them, the feathers being spread and
Mr. Defenbaugh with his paper was an Al Zurrell, with Fischer Bros, Lum
The bird remained motionless and
■ enthusiastic supporter and fighter for ber Company who is well known here,
The stockholders of the Cottage Grove kept its eyes closed as if in sleep. It
the millmen, and in the matter of the is the proud father of a fine girl, and
Fruit Company held a meeting at the remained in this position for a quarter
reduction of the tariff on lumber from we understand that since the arrival i
Commercial club rooms, on Tuesday, of an Jiour, when, suddenly closing its
Canada, in which some of the Eastern Marcóla is too small for them and that ,
the purpose being to devise ways wings and straightening its feathers, it
interests were determined to have no they intend to move to Springfield.
means for raising money to liqui stepped out on the bank. Here it shook
tariff, Mr. Defenbaugh with his insight
its indebtedness. As no funds itself several times, whereupon a quan
ASKS SUPPORT OP PEOPLE.
tity of small fishes fell out of its wings |
, into matters was selected as the chair
were available for the,purpose, the and from amid its feathers, These the
man of the committee that had the
We invite your inspection, assuring you that
company defaulted payment and the bird immediately picked up and swal-
fight in charge for the retention of the The Sentinel Solicits Co-operation of
property reverted to Mr. J. I. Jones, lowed.
we can supply your wants at lowest prices.
Community in Paper-making.
duty. He was one of the first mem
It is the constant aim of the manage to whom about $2,500 was due. The The fishes had evidently mistaken
bers of the Order of Hoo-Hoo his num
company, however, may yet redeem the feathers for a kind of weed that
ber being six. He had served in the ment of The Sentinel to make a news
grows in the water along the banks of
highest office of the order, having been paper in thé truest sense of the word, the property, if it so elects, by making the rivers in this island and which
Snark of the Universe. He is a man and to this end the co-operation of
much resembles the feathers of the
who will be more than missed in lum- i everybody resident of Southern Lane
cassowary. The smaller fishes hide in
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF.
these weeds to avoid the larger ones
ber circles and The Sentinel as well as i county’’is earnestly solicited. If you
The Military Club will give’a mas that prey on them.—Exchange.
the members of Hoo-Hoo in this sec have an item of news, whether you
tion, and all lumbermen, join in ex reside in city or country, send it to The querade ball at the Armory Christmas
tending to his bereaved ones their sym Sentinel, resting assured that it will be Eve., for which arrangements are now
appreciated. It is not within the prov-. making. Seveval prizes will be offered
ince of the so-called country newspa the details of which have not been Its Visual Size No Greater When It Is
High Than When It Is Low.
Pacific Coast and Inland Empire.— per editor to cover the entire field in worked out.
The artist has to choose between sci
The Chestnut Horse.
The most active demand in the interior
entific truth and “convention” when
trade is for the railroad timber and car of such a publication are insufficient to county destroyed by the recent freshets ihe sets out to paint the moon. A three There is an ancient tale of a band
stuff. Four out of the great western employ paid correspondents, and there is the one across McKenzie River at penny piece fixed at a distance of six of Arabs being pursued by their ene
railway systems lately were reported fore the voluntary assistance of a pub Belknap Springs. No one was at the feet from the eye (say at the end of a mies which sums up their theory about
a horse’s color. Among the fleeing
to have placed large orders for fir tim lic-spirited community is necessary to resort at the time of the flood, and the horizontal six foot pole, the other end band was a man with unusually keen
ber and car Stuff. One order was for the making of a first-class community news of the washing out of the bridge
edge of the eye socket) will just cover eyesight, and from time to time he
18,000,000 feet and another was for 17,- •newspaper. Since The Sentinel’s ad did not reach here until yesterday.
would describe to his leader the horses
000,000. The activity of railway con vent, two months since, it has been
At the recent business meeting of the disk of either the sun or the moon ridden by the enemy.
hanging in the sky. It, is an absolute
“What manner of horses do they
struction, with the necessary increase tendered many appreciated courtesies the Epworth League thirty three mem fact that this is true whether the
in equipment, assures a good demand by the citizenship of Cottage Grove and bers were received. Last Sunday even moon (or the sun) be high in the sky ride?”
for timber and lumber. Activity in the the immediately surrounding country, ing there were nihety-three present at or low down near the horizon. .
“Then there is no need of haste.”
carrying forward of irrigation under but its thirst for news is hard to the devotional service. A great revi The real “visual size” of the moon’s
At the noon halt the leader again
takings, with resulting settlement of quench, and it not only urges a contin val of interest is manifest in this young disk is no greater when it is low than asked,
“What manner of horses do
when it is high. No one who reads
Has just received a handsome line
new land, are promoting the use of a uance of these favors by those who peopled society.
they ride now?”
large amount of forest products have so liberally responded tp dur
The Knights of Pythias, after work what I have just written will believe
of Mouldings of various kinds, and
throuhgout the Coast and mountain needs, but requests that others follow in the third rank Friday night, partook
“Then we must ride harder.”
invines you to call and inspect
that the disk of the harvest moon or of
country. The California and foreign in their wake and contribute their mite of an oyster supper, which was greatly thé
setting sun occupies a larger space A few hours later the », leader asked,
and get prices.
demand is constantly absorbing a large to The Sentinel’s news columns.
enjoyed. This lodge has been greatly in the sky when low than when “Are they horsed again?’
percentage of- the product of Coast - Cottage Grove, let it be said without revived of late.
high. This is due to a judgment or
“Then we ride for our lives.”
mills. 'The larger cities of the northern egotism, enjoys the reputation of sup
Milk and Cream wagon—Commencing mental process and Is an erroneous
coast, like Portland, Seattle, Tacoma porting the largest weekly newspaper Wednesday Dee 1, the new management one. The eye is not at fault, but the
Italy’s Rest Days.
and other aspirants for first rank, are in the State of Oregon outside of Port of the Cottage Grove Creamery put on curiously untrustworthy mind Is.
Under a law which went into effect
requiring increased amounts of lumber land, and that newspaper is The Senti a delivery wagon and milk, cream, but What, then, is the painter to do? He
1908, all industrial and com-
for their upbuilding. A feature of pres nel. Dozens of publications through termilk and Cottage Cheese will be de yields to prejudice and often paints Eeb. 8, concerns throughout Italy
ent conditions on the North Coast is out the commonwealth have comment livered to any part of the city, or it which compared with scientific fact is must grant their employees a weekly
that upper grades are in excellent de ed favorably upon this feature, and it can be had at any time by applying or ridiculously exaggerated.—Sir E. Ray rest of not less than twenty-four con-
mand as compare to the lower. In is a standing advertisement for the en phoning to the creamery.
34-35. Lankester in London Telegraph.
secutive hours. It does pot apply to
public utilities, transportation lines or
San Francisco dealers in white and terprise, progress and public-spirited
Mr. and Mrs. S. ^Bowers of Monroe
places of amusement. The general
sugar pine are booking all the/eastern ness of the citizens of Cottage Grove, have returned home, after having visit
The very latest designs and pat
They were sisters-in-law and reason sense of the law is that Sunday shall
orders they can take care of. Stocks without whose liberal support it could ed relatives here.
be the rest day, but it is provided that
are small at mills in the Pdrtlafid'dis not be. That Thé Sentinel is appre
terns; nothing old and shopworn.
Mrs. Eva Ellis spent the first of the ably well disposed toward each other. freedom
from work may be given on a
One was the mother of George, aged
trict. Mills are declining special cutt ciated theré can be no doùbt in the week at Yoncalla.
Some of the prettiest combinations
day other than Sunday in the case of
mind of the publisher. Its advertising
B. Applegate ate turkey with Yon mother of Marian, aged six months restaurants, photograph galleries, phar
ever shown anywhere.
Advice from Puget sound and Colum columns not alone attest this fact, but calla relatives last Thursday.
and four days/ It was impossible that macists, etc.
bia river points indicated a good vol its increased subscription list is fur
Mrs. Walter Mason and children have a slight parental rivalry should be al
ume of coast and off shore movement. ther evidence. It is gratifying to state gone to California to take up their together concealed.
Let the Debtor Beware.
We do the work and guar
Briggs— A. safe conversational rule
In Washington the yard trade is rather that during the months of October and permanent residence.
“Marian does not seem to grow very
antee it absolutely.
quiet, and, like that east of the moun November eighty-seven new subscrip
fast,” said the mother of George, with
Do yOur Christmas shopping early.
tains, is for current consumptive de tions were taken without solicitation.
The recent flood carried away about a suggestion of commiseration in her Griggs—Safe nothing! I met my tailor
“George is much taller”— yesterday, and on my speaking of the
mand rather than for stocking for the The advertiser cannot fail to realize half the fence around the Eugene ball tones.
weather he replied, “Yes, it is unset
measured in inches).
future. Oregon shows a large volume the advantages to bé derivéd from a park.
“Perhaps he is,’’replied the mother tled. and that reminds me of that lit
of home requirement from the growing large circulation ; it is what he wants
of Marian coldly, “but Marian weighs tle bill of yours.”—Boston Transcript.
A Write-up of Cottage Grove,
towns and the farmers. Irrigation is and must have to get results.
A splendid write-up of Cottage Grove more.” '
opening up new lands in Oregon and
“Oh, well,” responded the sister-in-
DOINGS AT DIVIDE.
was published in The Eugene Register l$w, with a smile of high bred su
Idaho, and many of the smaller interior
“I made up my first conundrum this
mills are cutting to satisfy the demand
periority, “of course I should not wish morning,” says the philosopher of fol
This Prosperous Community Furnishes being credited to The Sentinel. The George
to be gross.”—Exchange.
thus created. Logs are in better sup
ly. “Why is lightning like a woman
Goodly Batch of News.
Register is not one of those hidebound
driving a nail? Answer, because it
ply at Puget sound points as well as on
A Frank Estimate.
never strikes twice in the same place.
the, Columbia river/- The eastward ■ Mrs. Geo. Miller has been sick with newspapers that can see no good out
movement of mountain, pine and Coast a severe cold for past week, but [she is side of its own, but is broad-minded in To many persons who Are not actors Copyright applied for.”—Exchange.
its views. And let it be mentioned, the stage seems a delightful and fas
product is fair. Fir and spruce are be able to be around again.
The Perini Bros, shipped a car of incidentally, that is this class of publi cinating place. In a book called “The
ing delivered to eastern factories in
Actress” Louise Closser Hale, herself
Mack—When were you married?
cations that reach the highest pinnicle an actress, tells some of her experi
volume. The railroads and cat factor piling last week.
Dyer—Just about six check books ago.
Mr. N. Lewis was seen in Divide last of success. '
ies are demanding much lumber of both
ences with girls who envy her her pro —Puok.
kinds. Red cedar siding is selling well. Monday.
fession. One day one of them from
behind a counter in a shop said, “I
The redwood trade has made a good Geo. Miller, the’shingle man, is work
Where envying is there is confusion
It has been said that the shoerhaker’s should have went on the stage.”
showing this season and the outlook is ing day and night, trying to supply the
and every evil work.—James.
The World Went Round.
Pete Tonole butchered afíne beef blacksmith’s horse goes unshod. This strove to be interested,” says Miss
When Bloggins senior on the occa
may or may not be true, but it is cer- Hale.
The sheds of.the valley mills contain last week.
sion of his annual party was obliging
very small blocks of worked stock and
The Southern Pacific Company has a tain that the paperhSngers’ store does “But see bow tired I am,’.’ I said to his guests with “ ’Tis Love That Makes
her. “I have to work very hard as it
the yards are low on most items of
is, and I had to work much harder to the World Go Round,” Master Wil
rough stock. This corresponds exactly the damages done to their property by the case of W. R. Waters. He has just gain what little recognition I have liam Bloggins seized the opportunity
completed an interior job at his place had.”
to retire for a few minutes behind the
with the conditions of stocks in Port the recent high waters.
School is progressing nicely with on east Main street that is decidedly “Oh, yes,’* , she responded, compla- Japanese screen with his sire’s half
land, and thus represents a very en
creditable to him.
cently gazing at herself in a mirror. smoked cigar.
couraging feature in considering the twenty-three pupils enrolled.
The applause subsiding, Master Blog
“But, you see, I have talent. >> ’
Mr. Lee of Leeville is planking the
outlook. The valley towns, especially
gins was observed by one of. the com
the city of Cottage Grove, show mark road from his sawmill to Divide. Mr.
pany to’be looking far from well. His
Dangers of Handwriting.
The Christian Endeavor of the Chris
ed improvement during the past two Lee is one of those fellows who doesn’t
face had taken on the hue of putty,
years and the local business throughout stop for a little rain or mud.
against a graphologist in Paris for and his eyes stood out like small hat
A. J. ARMSTRONG, Prop.
Mr. Chapman has a car load of tim at the Armory December 17, at which substantial damages. A pretty heiress, pegs.
the valley has been excellent. Immi
gration has been very extensive, re bers ready to load as soon as he can get time two Short plays, “Old Sweetheart to whom he was engaged to be mar
“Good gracious, Willie! What’s the
of Mine,” and “An Interrupted Pro ried, showed a specimen of his hand matter?”.cried Mrs. Bloggins in alarm.
quiring new homes and merchantile the car
posal,” will be given, interspersed by writing to the graphologist and asked “I believe you’ve been smoking.”
houses. The residences are attractive
The Measuring Party.
Is better prepared than ever before to
Willie shook his head.
elocutionary numbers by Mrs. Ora for information. This is the reply she
and commodious while the business
“’Tain’t that,” he declared untruth do your work satisfactorily, day or night,
The measuring party given Tuesday Hemenway.
got: “If you should meet the man who
houses are of a permanent, substantial
wrote these lines upon your way fully. “If it’s true what father’s been (except Sundays). The Aristo lamp
night at Phillips hall by the ladies of
life avoid him. He is an ego singing about, I—I re-reckon I’m in
the Methodist church was one of the
Notice of Road District Meeting.
process doesn't require sunlight or even
tist and a fool, has a bad temper and a love!”—London Express.
A prominent buyer in Salt Lake ter most pleasant social entertainments of
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: No despicable nature. The existence of
daylight. It is the perfect way of mak
ritory wrote a letter of protest against the season. About 100 persons were
tice is hereby given that a meeting of the woman who has the misfortune to
the practice of forwarding odd lengths present. Two charades were given.
Some curious and Interesting astro ing photos. Its use is general.
the taxpayers of road district No. 60 marry him will be a Calvary.” The
to all the mills he had business with “The Old Maids’ Tea,” and “The Wax
for Lane County, Oregon, will be held marriage has been broken off; hence nomical phenomena are recorded in
and he received a flood of replies stat Figures,” each covering a period of
the old Chinese annals which go back
at the Residence of B. M. Hawley the the action.
ing the mills were going to stand by about twenty minutes. They were an
to a great antiquity. In 687 B. C. a
28th day of December, 1909, at the
the odd lengths proposition and the enjoyable feature of the evening. Mr.
night is mentioned without clouds and Cabinets for Holidays, per doz._ $4.00
Her Usual Remark.
hour of 12 o’clock of said day
“What did Marne say when her fa without' stars. This may perhaps re
buyers’ conversion was instantaneous, Harry Short was awarded the prize for
The object of said meeting is for the ther gave her that new gold watch?” fer to a total eclipse of the sun, but Special Mounts for the holidays
as evidened by the tone of subsequent the tallest man present, and Mrs. Kiser
per doz. __ ________________ 6.00
purpose of submitting to the taxpayers asked one gladsome girl.
if so the eclipse is not mentioned in
letters. Wholesale dealers in Los An the prize for the shortest lady. Thirty-
doz. Cabinets and one 16
geles handling cargo receipts have also five dollars were netted.
ing a levy of an additional tax upon the says. She remarked that she was hav 141 B. C. it is stated that the sun and
x 20 Enlargement for the
circulated a- protest, but mills are mak-.
Entertains Methodist Ladies.
taxable property of said district for the ing a perfectly lovely time.” — Ex moon appeared of a deep red color dur
jing strong replies that the practice of
ing five days, a phenomenon which
of improving the roads of said change.
¡odd lengths will be put into effect not
caused great terror among the peo Enlarging bromides $2.50 to___ 1.50
withstanding as considered entirely
A Good Shot.
day afternoon at the home of her sis This notice is signed by at least ten Mr. Juggins—A black cat came to ple. In 74 B. C. it is related that a Crayons, $5.00 to_____________ 2.50
star as large as the moon appeared
ter, Mrs. F. D. Wheeler. There were per cent of the taxpayers of said dis our back fence last night. Mrs. Jug and was followed in its motion by sev
No matters of particular interest about twenty present. After the mis trict.
gins—Did it bring you good luck? Mr. eral stars of ordinary size'. This
B. M. Hawley.
(during the past week have happened at sionary lesson, a social hour was fol
Juggins—That’s what it did. I hit it probably refers to an unusually large
the very first time I fired.
F. J. Hard.
the mills in the immediate surrounding lowed by refreshments.
bolide, or fire ball. In 38 B. C. afall
of meteoric stones is recorded.
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Compton will
The Vesuvius Mines Company.
fountry. All report running full time
By F. J. Hard, Secretary and Man Man’s chief wisdom consists 1* know
End inquiries coming in steadily, and leave about January 1 for Iowa, there
ing his follies.—Rochefoucauld.
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