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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 24, 1909)
WEAK WEARY WOMEN.
eral Passenger Agent of the O. R. &
IS PONCE DE LEON’S
N., Portland, Ore., or Dr. F. W. Saw
DREAM A REALITY yer, manager , Paso Robles, Cal.
Learn the Cause of Daily Woes and
. In the days of Spain’s splendor, when
COYOTE EATS ’EM ALIVE.
returning Spanish galleons brought
precious cargoes of gold and other min
By the paper I notice that there si a
erals back to Madrid, wild legends of
springs of eternal life were' told in proposition before the city council of
Eugene, and the county court has been
every European court.
Ponce de Leno, a Spanish gentleman consulted on it, to sell the courthouse
of great riches, fitted out an expedition to the city for a city hall. Sometime
and went in search of the spring of Since I noticed that the county court
life. The ludicrous and pathetic end had ordered the city to remove their
ing of this expedition is known to every present hall from the county property,
school boy, but it is very ofte.n called which they had a right to do.
to mind by some new discovery of won There is plainly something wrong
derful healing springs somwhere in the about this whole matter. The city
boomers are evidently bent on spending
wilds of Africa, India or Asia.
The recent and practical demonstra more money and involving the city in a
tion of mineral springs which make needless debt, whilst the taxes now
marvelous cures has again - brought are beyond endurance, and if this is
forth the story abroad of Ponce de Le done it means a great expense to the
county for a new courthouse, a large
Paso Robles Hot Springs, California, sum of the taxpayers’ money to be
are now the cause of universal wonder spent for a thing that can be dispensed
ment because of the continued success with entirely, thereby making a little
period of flush times whilst building in
ful cures being made there.
But aside from any romatic feature the city is going on. One thing the
of the springs, dealing with its Indian court can rely upon, viz: That if such
tradition or its occupancy by the Fran a thing is attempted a recall petition
ciscan Monks, Posa Robles is today will be at once started and carried.
among medical men who know, the
Another election is approaching, and
cause of much interest and scientific I would suggest the advisability, when
nominating those who co.ntrol our fin
Many are not a^are of what a place ances, of taking men who have sub
Paso Robles really is. ’The town is by stantial property interests in the coun
all means one of the most thorough ty; men of mature years, Who have
health towns in the world. It is given been successful in the management of
over to the cure of the sick. Its citi their own affairs, and not those who,
zens regard its waters almost in an in like a tortoise, have all or nearly all
their possessions on their back or in
The temperature, altitude, air and their belly.
scenery make it an ideal retreat. Its
I see them boosting the population of
cures of rheumatism, gout, stomach the town of Eugene and claiming 12,000
trouble, kidney and other organic di people. Now, if an honest count is
seases have been so remarkable that made and told to the public, I predict
its citizens believe there is nothing its that it will be about 8,000 people; and
Portland, claiming through their papers,
"baths cannot conquer.
Invalids from all oven, the country 250,000, will show about 140,000. What
come to Paso Robles. Here" can be is the use of so much lying to boost and
seen every strata of human life from boom these towns? If ¿this thing con
the bank president in the sumptuous tinues property will be valueless; the
hotel to the sick man reposing in his taxes and necessary expenses of main
tenance will eat up all the profits. I
tent on the meadows.
Paso Robles is distinctly a spot where have seen this thing before, and con
weak women gain health rapidly, and servative, thinking men should put a
an hour’s conversation at the bath stop to the present reckless course that
house will reveal tales of nervous wom is being pursued; and in making nom
inations for the legislature men who
en who have been cured.
One wonders, after being at Paso have been there and have tried to put
Robles—The Pass of the Oaks—whether on the taxpayers numerable jobs should
once de Leon really was without jus be left at home. I refer particularly
tification when he started in search of to those in this county who tried to put
the wonderful “waters of youth.”
the commissioners on a salaçy of $1,000
A small book, neatly illustrated, has a year each.
been recently published by the manage It seems that the city boomers, with
ment telling the story of the Hot the county court, think that the produc
Springs in a-most interesting manner ing element of the county exists solely
and giving complete information. Send for the purpose of being milked for
C oyote .
for it, either to Wm. McMurray, Gen ! their benefit;
When the back aches and throbs. .
When the housework is torture.
When night brings no rest nor sleep.
When urinary disorders set in
Women’s lot is a weary one.
There is a way to escape these woes.
Doan’s Kidney Pills cure such ills.
Have cured women here in Cottage
This is one Cottage Grove woman’s
Mrs. Ella Bisby, East Side, Cottage
Grove, Oregon, says: “Doan’s Kidney
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have been used in our family and have
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ney trouble. The person who took
them was quite bad off with this com
plaint, but he is now enjoying good
health. -This experience has convinced
us of the merits of Doan’s Kidney
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Remember the name—Doan’s—and
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Notice of Bond Sale.
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 I
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 6ity.
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 to 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,
Warren Glaze, assisted by some of
his pupils and other local talent, will
give a musical recital at the Methodist
church on Wednesday evening Jan. 12.
The program will be published later.
last 30 Days
WIND UP SALI
HIS is your last 30 days in which
to make a saving of from 25 to
50 per cent on your needs in
Dry Goods, Furnishings
Goods and Shoes
The remainder will be shipped to
our Salem store
I Closing Out Sale of the formerly W. A. Hemenway Stock
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