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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1909)
Notice of Bond Sale.
CHINA AND GLASSWARE
A splendidly selected line suitable for
GOOD HOME MAKING
Direct Bearing of Women’s Work
on Town Sanitation.
HOW ONE AFFECTS THE OTHER
HERE ARE A FEW OTHER SUGGESTIONS
Furs for mamma and baby
Barretts and Hair Ornaments
Cuff and Collar Buttons
Garters and Arm Bands
Golf Gloves and Mittens for all hands
Bear Cloth Hoods and Silk Caps
Silk Handkerchiefs and Mufflers
Suspenders and Ties in single boxes
Moccasins, bed room and dressing Slippers
Cutlery and Scissors
Christmas Candy and Fruit
Fresh Groceries and Vegetables for your
Burkholder - Woods Co.
T he 'D ay -L iqht S tore
WELL PAVED STREETS
are of great value to a community and
enhance the Rvalue of abutting property
more than any other improvement
CAN BE PAID FOR IN 10 ANNUAL INSTALLMENTS
so that the cost per year is small.
The increased valuation is demonstrated in the follow
ing cities in the west where the Bitulithic
Pavement has been laid:
and many other cities
It is a general proposition that two years after a street
has been paved
THE PROPERTY CAN BE SOLD FOR DOUBLE
the price at which it is offered before paving, and yet
at that time only two of the ten payments
have been made. Examine
THE BITUUTHIC PAVEMENT
in any of the above cities
and see for yourself why
BITUUTHIC IS BEST BY EVERY TEST
WARREN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
Main Office 317 Beck Building
Holiday Goods ^.TN^LA
¿7VIADSEN, the Jeweler
$8.00 PER 1,000
Suitable for inside walks, No. 1
common and better; dressed on
four sides. While it lasts, $8.OU
per thoueand feet.
Brown Lumber Co.
Penalty For Bad Conditions Is Paid
by the Whole Community In Some
Way—What Women Did For a New
One of the most important factors in
the line of town improvement is the
work that women can do. Making of
good homes can affect to a large ex
tent the problem of municipal house-
The condition of the school which
children attend is manifestly in the
line of a mother’s closest interest.
What sort of children come together
in the public school? Are their homes
the kind that make healthy children?
If not. is there something wrong in the
housing’or industrial conditions of the
town—underfeeding, overcrowding or
inadequate play space? The penalty
To WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : No
for-bad conditions is paid by the whole
community in one fashion or another, tice is hereby given that a meeting of
just as we all share together whatever the taxpayers of road’distict No. 17 for
beauty exists in a well planned town Lane County, Oregon, will be held at
Wildwood Hall the 24th day of Decem
If your town Is smoke laden, if its ber, 1909, at the hour of one o’clock p.
streets are full of litter and dirt, if
every vacant lot is a repository of m. of said day.
The object of said meeting is for the
rubbish, the individual dustpan and
brush will be of little avail. Even purpose of submitting to the taxpayers
though your house may be a model of said road district the question of
one in every matter pertaining to voting a levy of an additional tax upon
health and though you set your chil the taxable property of said district,
dren the highest example it may profit for the purpose of improving the roads
you nothing. You cannot tell at what of said district.
moment your children may suffer in
This notice is signed by at least ten
health because of some disease breed
cent of the taxpayers of said dis
ing district that you did not feel it was
George W. Kerr.
your business to know about or when trict.
S. E. Kerr.
your growing boys may come in con
tact with depravity bred by under
feeding and overcrowding.
L. W. Huht.
So in the final analysis we find that
J. T. Hunt.
everything that has to do with town
sanitation has a direct bearing on the
individual household. We know that
. George Petty.
tuberculosis breeding slums are a
John P; Wicks.
menace to those of us fortunate
Ed. L. Cole.
enough to be living in pleasant and,
J. T. Seillu.
well ventilated homes. it has been
demonstrated time and again that
clothes made under insanitary condi
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : No
tions in sweatshops are disease car
rying agents. So it is increasingly dif tice is hereby given'that a meeting of
ficult to tell where the business of the the taxpayers of road district No. 76
home ends and somebody else’s busi for Lane County, Oregon, will be held
ness begins. One thing is sure—the at Blue Mountain School House the 18th
relation between municipal housekeep day of December, 1909, at the hour o
ing and good home making is a close 1 o’clock p. m. of said day.
The object of said meeting is for the
Nine years ago the Flemington purpose of submitting to the taxpayers
Woman’s club was formed in New
of said road district the questions of
Jersey. It began with only twenty-1:
eight active and five associate mem voting a levy of an additional tax upon
bers. At first, like so many women’s the taxable property of said district for
clubs which are not formed for the the purpose of improving the roads of
specific purpose of remedying some said district.
abuse, the work was purely of a self
This notice is signed by at least ten
culture kind. But, unlike the club per cent, of .the taxpayers of said dis
before described, the ladies found trict. .
some work they liked better. They
G. A. Cavanaugh.
realized that there was no reading
J. A. Pierron.
roon, in town, so they hired one at a
cost of $300 a.year and some hard
work. That library, so modestly be
gun, has now over 4,000 volumes and a
librarian; also a building lot has been
J. M. Longfellow.
left it and a legacy for a library
T. B. McGuire.
building. Some years ago a village
J. S. Allen.
improvement committee was appoint
H. R. Rowlings.
ed. Beginning with the railway sta
R. G. Elliot.
tions, which were untidy, the com
mittee by vigorous action cleaned up
John Gray, z-
the town. Four hundred dollars was
collected for a drinking fountain,
which was presented to the town. In
the rear of the courthouse was a
large lot belonging to the county, in
Administrator’s notice of hearing of
closed in tumbledown fences over
grown with weeds and used generally final account.—Notice is hereby given
for a dumping ground for wornout
carts. A resident of the town gave that the undersigned, Administrator of
the committee $100, and with this as: the estate of George W. Kerr, Jr., de
a foundation it began soliciting funds ceased, has filed his final account in the
to improve the lot. Workingmen gave
a day’s work; carts and horses were County Court of the State of Oregon,
loaned; fertilizers, seed, trees and for Lane County, and the same has
shrubs were given. The woman’s club been set for hearing on January 3rd.,
kept the park in order until three 1910, at 2:00 o’clock p. m. All persons
years ago, when the village trustees having objections ' to said account are
voted a sum for its maintenance, y
hereby notified to appear at said time
A woman in Massachusetts was sent and place and present the same.
by her club to read to a blind man.
GEORGE W. KERR, Sr.,
Being a clubwoman, she knew the
value of co-operation and at once set j| C. JOHNSON,
about interesting others in the blind.
Attorney for Administrator.
As a consequence the Massachusetts
Association For Promoting the Inter
ests of the Adult Blind was formed,
and through its influence the Massa
Notice is hereby given that the un
chusetts legislature appointed a com
mission to investigate the condition of dersigned has been appointed by the
the blind within the commonwealth county court of Lane County, Oregon,'
and to recommend legislation.
administrator of John Semro, deceased.
Some ten years ago the New Jersey
All persons having claims against the
Federation of Woman’s Clubs, togeth estate are hereby notified to present
er with New York clubwomen, formed the same at his office in Cottage Grove,
a Palisade league. Their object was
to buy the land immediately bordering Lane county, Oregon, duly verified
the Palisades and turn it over to the within six months from the date of
state for a natural park, for a business this notice.
corporation had already turned its eyes Dated this 5th day of November,
J. E. YOUNG,
on these ornaments to the Hudson and 1909.
was cheerfully blasting them away. F Administrator of the estate of John
After ten years the club was success Semro, deceased.
ful in Its plan of preserving the Pal
isades.—Success Magazine For August.
Vacation and School Gardens.
During school vacations the school
gardens are in danger of being badly
neglected or even exterminated so far
as the plant life is concerned. If only
annual crops are grown, there is no
need of worry, but if the pupils have
been more’ ambitious and fixed upon
permanent plants they had best keep
an eye on their own garden at least.
Many schools have no help save the
janitor, who does no work during vaca
tions, and if your little garden plot is
preserved it will-be through your own
* Oregon labor.
G. A. ESSICK,
Notice is hereby given that on the
3rd day of January, 1910, at the hour
of 8:00 p. m. of said day, the City of
Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon
will sell to the highest and best bidder
or bidders, $100,000 coupon bonds of
said city in denominations of $1000
each, said bonds to be dated March 1st,
1910, and to bear interest at the rate of
5 per cent per annum, interest paid
semi-annually, principal and interest
payable in U. S. Gold Coin, the interest
on said' bonds to commence with the
date the money is delivered to said city.
Each of said bonds to run for a period
of 25 years from the date thereof.
Sealed bids will be received for the
whole or any part of- said bonds, each
bid to be accompanied by a certified
check for $100 payable to the mayor of
the city of Cottage Grove, checks tb be
immediately returned to unsuccessful
No bid for less than the par value of
said bonds will be considered and the
Common Council reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
C. H. VAN DENBURG,
‘’We Have It For Less”
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Our Suits and Rain Coats
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Newest and Nobbles Line Hats
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“Ever Wear Hosiery”
Children delight in wading through all
the puddles on lhe 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
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These shoes are made of the best leather, especially selected. The
boys shoes are made by the welt process—the best known method of
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They are made on good fitting lasts and will not hurt the fept or injure
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Each purchaser of Security School
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Carlton Nursery Co.
Large growers of local stock. Sup
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ance is a great protection to onr families.
TOM AWBREY has the most reason
able plan known.
Chimneys, Fire Places and
Repairing a Specialty
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