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COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON, FRIDAY. DEC. 17. 1909
mittee said the Lighting Company
country, the-passion which • moves a
would be glad to have the city submit
man to serve hisjhountry, either .inj de
a proposition. He thought the company
fending it from invasion or protecting
would be satisfied with $80 for arc ser
its rights arid maintaining its laws and
vice and $18 for incandescents, with a
institutions. In all lands and times the
City Council Provides for Fi total annual payment as at present. Woman’s Club Aiding in Most
Cost of Treating Patients by professional, or volunteer fighting mam Willamette Valley Soil Adapted
Mr. Shinn had said to the committee-
who has defended his country from in
nances for Year.
man that if" such a proposition came
vasion or has protected its rights by
from the council he might consider it.
the force of arms has been called a pa
Mr. Lawson asked for ah expression of
triot. But only within comparatively
the council on the subject, and Mayor
recent days are men perceiving-that he
NECESSARY TO RAISE $11,519 Job said he would let the aiderman SOLD FOR ONLY ONE PENNY
MANY LIVES SAVED YEARLY who maintains a country’s laws and in TILLAGE IS VERY ESSENTIAL.
know in a-week or ten days; he wanted
stitutions'by prompt and cheerful obed
to talk with the business men first.
ience, or by the giving of substance,
Lighting Contract Discussed and Laid
Testimonial From Resident as to Merits Interesting Figures Prepared to Show time, talents to the public good is also President Newton, of Horticultural
Over for Thirty Days—Other Busi
Aiderman Lawson introduced and
of Great Work Being Accomplish
the Vast Earning Capacily of the
ness Transacted at Saturday’s
Ex-Gov. Folk of Missouri in search-1 Association, Says Planting May Be
moved the adoption of a resolution, at
ed to Save Lives of Tuberculosis
Done as Late as February Fif
irig and illuminating sentences describ
the request of the Commercial club,
the -Wide-Spread Disease.
teen With Success.
ed what I have termed the new patriot
providing for the appointment of a com
ism. “We are learning that there is
mittee of three to act in conjunction
just as much, patriotism in bettering
The city council, after having made with a committee of like number from
two futile attempts, succeeded in get that body, to ascertain the cost of dik The Woman’s Club -has received and the Open Air Sanatorium, at Milwau civil conditions and getting good men W. K. Newell, president of the ¿State
ting a quorum on Saturday night by de ing the river to prevent overflows, thè has on sale at several business -houses kee, Ore., about six miles from Port into office as in baring one’s breast to Board-of Horticulture gives some val
priving Aiderman Lawson of the pleas committee to hâve no power to act. The throughout the city Red Cross land by trolley. The sanatorium is lo bullets in the time of war. The patriot-, uable information-regarding the prepa
cated at the heights overlooking the ism of the past iSj to'be commended, ration Of the soil for^planting apple
ure of attending the Schubert concert. mayor opposed the resolution .by saying stamps, the entire receipts going to a
It was a business session from start to it was dangerous business to do any fund for tuberculosis sanatoriums in river and the grounds are very beauti but patriotism does not abide alone in trees. ‘ ‘The grower, ’ ’ he says,; ‘ ‘begins
ful. 'When I entered the sanatorium I the roaring cannon. The public heeds his orchard with a selection of soil.
finish, and many important matters thing along this line without the ad Portland. The Visiting.Nurses associa
was in bad shape, having lost in weight the man most today who lives every The first thing is to get a soil that is
were disposed of without the usual long vice of an attorney. On rollcall Aider tion of that city, with the aid of tribu
to 95 pounds, arid losing strength every day for his.nation, has state, his city. well drained! Most of the rolling hills
discussions, among,. them being the
day. I had night sweats badly. I was We need more men, more women, whose of the Willamette Valley are well adapt
adoption of ordinances providing for adoption of the resolution, and Aider to dispose of-one million stamps at one
so weak I could scarely walk mornings. influence will be for public good instead ed to the growth- of the trees, and in
the municipality’s necessary expenses men Atkinson and Elledge opposed it. cent each, receiving for its share $8,-
The benefits I. derived there in two of för revenue only. One of the great many of the bottom lands a sandy sub
for the coming year, and caring for in
sum .to care for about thirty consump mouths’ treatment cannot be overesti est impediments to good government is soil is found which is favorable. The
terest on bonded indebtedness. The motion lost.
Ordinance No. 247, providing for the tives who would otherwise probably die' mated. I- gained eighteen pounds in the indifference of the average citi soil should be tiled where not naturally
total levy authorized was twenty mills,
drained. , and as the trees grow the soil
of an assessment against pro of the disease. To cure a consumptive weight; night- sweats were gone; tem zen.”
which on an assessed valuation of $575,-
perature arid pulse normal.
Paul’s conception of the church at will become well drained within two. or
995 will provide $11,519. Added to this perty benefitted by the west side sewer, while the disease is in its incipiency is
Dr. E. A. Pierce, head doctor of the Corinth is now being applied to -the three .years. There should be a depth
must be an additional levy for state constructed thé past season at a cost of said to require an average of thirty
weeks at a sanatarium at an expense of sanatorium, has his office in the Corbett state. He regarded the various; people of soil from five to six feet before hard
and county purposes of probably twen $1,294.80, was passed.
building, Portland. He devotes his who were enrolled as members in the "pan of bedrockjs encountered. Where
Ordinance No. 248, being an ordinance about $300.
ty-five mills, bringing the aggregate
time wholly to fighting the disease, de same light that he looked upon the. var there is a gravel subsoil surface soil
amount to be raised by taxation for all
ing in any street or alley of the city Cottdge Grove have volunteered to ren voting his mornings at the sanatorium ious organs of the human body. His becomes ideal ground. Upon such soil,
purposes about $26,000.
and afternoons in examining patients argument is: If eye or foot are injured when properly prepared, apple trees
A levy of two mills on the dollar was between the hours of 12 and 5 o’clock der assistance .in this commendable un
at his office. The matron and nurses all of the parts of the human organism should enjoy a healthy growth from 50
authorized on all real and personal pro a. m. and providing a penalty for vio dertaking has prepared some interest
employed at the sanatorium are the suffer and are weakened. So with the to 75 years.
perty within the corporation limits for lations, was given- its first and second ing data in behalf of its cause! Figures
best to be obtained. The office, build membership of a church, said the great
“In planting it is always best to use
interest on $15,000 five per cent sewer readings and laid over until the next
ings, dining room, pretty cottages Apostle. So with the citizenship of a nursery stock -of the age of one year,
bonds ; a fifteen mills tax was authoriz
Ordinance No. 248,- providing for death is counted as a cost at sacrifice aumsement hall and beautiful grounds, country, say the keen-vision meh of to and the -young trees should never be.
ed for liquidating outstanding indebt
make a very pretty place. There is no day.
taken from the nursery rows until they
edness and general municipal purposes, printing 150 copies of the city charter, of earning power and actual expenses,
need of people dying with this disease “Laboring men and laboring women
are ripe and the leaves begin to fall.
and a three mills tax was authorized
Have, one glory and one shame,
to the country in human life $240,000, if they take it in time, go to this san
They should be planted as soon after
for the purpose of paying one-half of passed. -
November 15 as possible, but trees
The council accepted the privilege with an expenditure of only $8000. But atorium or learn to 'live as they do Everything that’s done inhuman
the purchase price of Long’s park, to
Injures all of them the same; ”
there, so you will not expose any one
which are planted up to February 15
gether. with interest for the year. It granted by the county court to use the the saving does not stop here. Every
The speaker here gave a list of the
is estimated, by the council that $5,740 highway in the Row river valley for consumptive cured means a source of The sale of these Red Cross stamps foes entrenched in the country at the usually thrive well. The warm spell
which Usually comes along in February,
will be necessary for general purposes
will enable the visiting nurses to send present, which menace its welfare, such
during the next fiscal yerir. More money lieved from any damages that may be curative treatment is seen in a widen -poor consumptives to this sanatorium, as the centralization of wealth and’ has been found to give good results in
ing circle of prevention, and a nearer
planting,- If trees are planted in the
by $400 than is necessary to pay inter caused by construction work.
The matter of the continued absence approach toward the ideal, which is the who are "Unable to pay their own way. power in a few- hands, child Tabor-and Spring they begin at once to grow and
est on sewer bonds will be raised by
of Aiderman Hogate was discussed,- and destruction of the great white plague. I have slept in the open air for the past the white slave trade. Continuing the the buds and leaves will pump all the
the levy of two mills.
was decided to notify him that un A consumptive’s food costs a dollar a ten months and have not minded the speaker gave as types of the new pa moisture out of a tree before it is well
less he was present at the' next regular ■day. This includes treatment and at cold,- but enjoyed the air. Any one- triotism Anthony Comstock, William rooted. In planting ah' old piece of land
Mayor Job called the council to order, meeting his. seat would be declared va tendance. Strange to say treatment wishing any information about this Henry Baldwin and General Booth of which has been cultivated for years the
and upon rollcall by Recorder VanDen- cant.
includes little medicine. It is mostly .place, I will gladly do all in my power, the Salvation Army. The most impres ground .should be plowed at least 12
berg, Aidermen Atkinson, Bartels,
After:auditing, and allowing the usual fresh air and good food. ' At the s'ani- for I know consumption taken in time sive sight in the Arlington National inches deep.
Cemetery is the field of dead where 16,-
Elledge and Lawson responded. Aider number of accounts the council adjourn tarium the- cost is $10 a week, at home can be cured by this treatment.
“Young stock should be placed in the
Union soldiers, sleep, the most ground about two inches deeper than it
man Kime took his seat before the meet ed.
ing adjourned. A petition from prop
The Red Stamps cost only one cent touching sight is the monument erected stood in the nursery, and then should
quarts Of milk, 20; one dozen eggs, 40;
SURVEY IS PROGRESSING.
erty owners on E street, protesting
nurse’s daily visit, 35; alcohol for rub- each, and everybody is requested to buy to the 2111 unknown Union soldiers who be headed back at 18 inches above the
and thus help to wage the war against rest beneath its foundation. This ground. During the first year the trees
against payment of assessments against
them for grading and graveling that ■Permanent Benches Are Now Being
the “great white plague.” Use them shows that the. rebellion was put down should be painted to protect them from
Set Aside—Estimate By Xmas.
thoroughfare was read. The petition
workers is enhanced by the fact that a' on your Christmas packages; they serve by the rank-and file of the boys in blue. s,unblister and insects, the best solution
The surveying party for the proposed member of this community recently re the purpose admirably. Let Cottage Better conditions, faripr days are' also found, being the following, used as a
set forth that the work had not been
performed according to contract, and pipe line came in Saturday night, and ceived treatment for tuberculosis at a Grove be the banner town outside of to be found brought about by the rank' thick paste: Ten pounds of lime, one
demanded that the required amount of returned to the field on Monday morn Portland sanitarium, and returned to Portland in contributing to the cause. and file of humanity. Phillip Brooks pound of rosin and half a pound of ar
gravel be spread or a proportionate ing accompanied by Consulting Engi her home entirely cured, as is shown
Stamps are on sale at- the drug said, “What our Union soldiers died to senate of lead. Pruning of the limbs
amount be deducted from thé assess neer Roberts. Thé preliminary work by the lady’s testimonial, which -fol stores, Burkholder-Woods company’s, keep whole let us live in our several and sprouts in the second year should
ment. Aiderman Atkinson of the will probably be completed this week, lows :
Lurch’s,. Wheeler-Thompson company’s places to keep holy.”
consist of heading back of the limbs so
street committee said the city engineer and Mr. Roberts hopes to have the es
as to force a low growth of the tree.
To The Sentinel: I was a patient at and Hotel Oregon-.
had measured the gravel and reported timates ready before Christmas. He
To get that result the cut should be
Royal School Will Present Splendid made, beyond the bud pointed in the'di
that the work had been completed ac will devote his entire attention to the
Play Next Week.
cording to contract, the city had accept work, and stay with it until the im
rection it is intended for the limb to
The cantata, “King1 Saul” will be grow. Pruning should cease, about the
ed it and he thought the assessment provement is completed.
On Tuesday morning after having
given at the Armory next Wednesday, fifth year and thereafter only thinning
should stand. ' It was brought out dur
The regular weekly meeting of the Mr. Yale, in his communication, ask and Thursday evenings, under the aus of the top allowed.”
ing the discussion that Mr. Venske had tied to the city mains on Monday, sur
agreed to go over the street with a veyors left for the intake’ point for con Commercial club was quite largely at ed to what extent Cottage Grove would pices of the students of the Royal school
RESISTED AN OEFICER.
grader and throw the loose gravel to structive work, classification and set tended Monday night. If having been contribute towards a survey, adding: rehearsals for which have been in pro
the center, and it was thought that af
As a Result Woodsman is No.w Laid
ter this had been done there would be Roberts and Kurtz are both cheeking merit would present a semi-annual re guarantee the interest upon said invest judge Willis Perkins’ sacred cantata,
Up With a Broken Leg.
no further protest. The matter was the line, thus making doubly sure of port probably called out an increased ment that the above mentioned project deals directly, as its title would indi
Turrimeier, a woodsman,, sus
membership attendance, but inasmuch
then referred to the street committee.
tained .a broken- leg on Saturday last
A petition from D. T. Awbrey ask up fine and predictions for one of the as comparatively few of the contribu The matter of constructing a dike to the Hebrew nation, a time through
while resisting arrest, and is now in
ing that the water rate for. his apart finest water systems in thè country at tors to the “booster fund” outside of prevent overflows was discussed arid which there was no grander, excepting
the'cirib were present, the report was the committees heretofore appointed the reign of David and Solomon, which the hospital.. It is alleged that Turn-
ment house of eight rooms be reduced- a low operative cost aré made.
deferred for one week in the hope that were instructed to present the question immediately-followed Saul’s reign. The meier insisted upon appearing on the
from $3.25 to $2.50 per month was pre
SPENCER WINS DEBATE.
there might be a larger attendance at to the city council for its consideration. cantata opens at the rejoicing over the streets in an intoxicated condition after
sented. x Aiderman Elledge had investi
that time. President Hazelton being President Hazelton has named the -conquest at the Amalekites, wherein having been warned by Marshal Snod
gated the matter, and the councilman
ill, First Vice-Président Marion Veatch following committees for the ensuing Saul so nearly .obeyed ¡God. and yet the grass that-such a procedure was unlaw
expressed the opinion that the rate was
out at Eugene.
prophet told him that complete‘obedi ful arid against the peace and dignity
equitable. Aiderman Lawson moved
Mines and Mining—A. B. Wood; C. ence ¡was necessary than as now in or of tfie people. When the marshal placed
that the rate be reduced, and Aider
B. Bruneau, Frank Williams.
Turnmeier under arrest he refused to
man Elledge supported it. On roll call Friday night to-select a team to debate of Portland, relative to the projected Manufactures—John F. Spray, M. der to please God. And inasmuch as
Saul tried to shift the responsibility on accompany the officer, and it was nec
Aidermen Lawson and Bartels voted Utah, resulted in C. E. Spencer, ’13 of railway to the coast, was presented. Veatch, T. C. Wheeler, F. Hinds.
essary for the latter to use his club,
aye, and Aidermen Atkinson and El Cottage Grove, and Percy Collier, ’ll, Mr. Yale informed the Club that hé had Reception—F. B. Phillips, B. Lurch, to the people, God rejected him and in
the application of which worked con
ledge nay, and the mayor decided the of Ehgene, being chosen to represent taken the matter up with people in the M. Veatch, F. D. Wheeler, J. O, Van his downward path he finally goes so
the University in the coming contest East, and in reply to his letter had re
far as to consult a familiar spirit. siderable injury to the prisoner. The
question in the negative.
with the Mormons. About fifteen -men
David receives praise because of his marshal in the mix-up that followed,
THE LIGHTING QUESTION.
“Mr. George C. Yale, Locating Engi
tried out for the team. The interstate
and this makes Saul more angry was dragged through the mud a dis
Rooms—F. D. Wheeler, A. Brand, J.
The question of bettgr street lighting teams will be picked in February out neer,- 601 Swetland Bldg./ Portland,
tries to kill David. Saul’s army tance of about twenty feet by Turn
was introduced by the mayor, and the of a squad of about thirty who are Oregon. Dear Sir :—Your letter of the W. Wilson.
is overthrown in battle and Saul and meier;-who escaped in a livery barn,
[recorder read several letters from other working for places.—Eugene Register. 15th received and contents noted. Be
his sons are killed. David .'is crowned where in a scuffle his right leg was
Beaulieu, John Woodard.
[cities showing the pricés paid for light-
fore we take up the Cottage Grove en Co-operation—C. H. Burkholder, Geo. king, and the cantata closes with all broken below the knee, both bones suf
ling. St. Johns has 42 arc light at $5,- C. E. Spencer of this city is a gradu terprise, let us know ah approximate
fering fracture. Marshal Snodgrass
Hall, H. O. Thompson, G. H. Tyson, O. sounding the praise of the new king.
40 per month ; Corvallis 14 arc lights ate ’of the Roseburg high 'school, the figure that the Coattge Grove Commer Veatch.
then took the prisoner to the hospital,
New Sawmill at Bed Rock.
at $50 per year and 40 25-candle-power class of 1907. Last year he taught, en cial club can raise for us to begin sur
where he received attention.
Literature—J. O. VanWinkle, L. A.
Messrs, W. T. Hankins of Star and
[incandescent lights at $2.50; Eugene tering college this year as a ‘“freshie.” veying. In conclusion will say that if Cates, M. Trask.
HILL LANDS FOR FRUIT.
[had just contracted for arcs at $6 per His friends here are very much elated, this survey proves satisfactory, so that Legislation—¿H. O. Thompson, A. B. J. O. Durin of Oregon City will erect-a
sawmill at that point on the Oregon & Coast Fork Rancher Grows Splendid
[month, $1 for 32-candle-power incandes over his success, and feel confident that wé can see a return upon our invest Wood, J. S. Medley.
cents, and 50 cents for 16-candle-power he will make good in the debate, which ment, according to your report, the line Lumber—J. H. Chambers, M. H. Southeastern railway known as Bed
Crop of Apples.
takes place at Eugene January 14.
Will be completed.”
| Anderson, L. S. Hill, A. L. Woodard. Rock, These gentlemen now have a Mr. G. H. Wirieeoff, who has a ranch
mill at Dundee, and this will be moved
I The mayor said he had talked with
ten. miles up. the Coast Fork, brought a
Engage in Draying.
here within the ensuing fortnight. The
[Mr. Shinn about thé proposed contract,
nice lot of None Such apples to Cottage
Messrs. L. L. Harrell and H. Har
mill has a capacity of 10,000 per day.
land he had stated that it was his un- rington, together with their families,
Grove on Tuesday, selling them at a
They have contracted for about 5,000,-
jierstanding that the council favored have arrived in Cottage Grove from
good .price. He has .only a family or
000 feet of timber, and more is obtain
lare lights at $80 per year, but that the
chard, but got a good crop this year.
Mulhall, Oklahoma, and engaged in
■incandescents at $30 per year were high. draying, succedjng Mr. W, T. Kayser.
The Rev. Mr. Sutcliffe delivered a ’ fering and who always will suffer until able when this is cut out.
In conversation with The Sentinel Mr.
■The mayor suggested that .the matter Both gentlemen are very favorably im sermon on “The New Patriotism” last they reach the painless city for the
Big Company Organized.
Winecoff says the hill lands are the
|he deferred a month, and in the mean pressed with the coast country, and it Sunday morning, to which members of land they love. Oft have men,’gifted
A company with $1,000,000 capital lands for apples, and in substantiation
time the light committee could investi is probable that they will be instrument the Appomattax Post and Woman’s Re men, eloquent men, written about, has been formed in Eugene to place' on of his assertion points; to the fact that
gate the matter more thoroughly. He al in bringing others west.
lief Corps were invited, arid attended spoken about the valor, the achieve the market a new railway switch of in the hills good apple crops were had
■thought that inasmuch as the present
in a body. . The speaker took for his text ments of the soldiers of the Union simple yet effective pattern. John Har- this year while in the valley few apples
■contract has over a year yet to run it
Military Club Ball.
1st Corinthians, 12:26. He said inpart: Army, but it is sober truth to say '“.the tog, Eugene’s booster who retires from were raised. He says hill land in his
■would be acting in bad faith to do any
The Military Club offers a number of- We feel- honored this morning as a half has never yet been told.” Before that- position and goes east soon after vicinity may <be had for $25 per acre,
thing toward bringing in opposition.
prizes. Go to the ball Christmas Eve church in having present with us a num we proceed further let- us define this January 1, will exploit the invention in while valley lands are priced at $100
I Aiderman Lawson Of the light com- with a determination to get one.
ber of men who did-suffer, and are suf- oft used word patrotism. Love of one’s the large commercial centers.
1« LEW AUTHORIZED
RED GROSS STAMPS ARE ON SALE
RAILROAD TO THE COAST UP AGAIN
ADDRESS TO CIVIL WAR VETERANS
HOW 10 PUHI IB