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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 24, 1909)
has issued an order directing company
commanders to devote a considerable
portion of the time at each weekly drill
during January, February, March and
April to instruction in the use of the
sights -and to practice of the various
aiming exercises as laid down in the
Mr. L. S. Hill and family are now Saturday forenoon at 11 o’clock and small arms firing regulation.
full-fledged residents of Cottage Grove, was largely attended.
’TWAS PLEASANT GATHERING.
having moved here from Eugene on
On New Year’s night the Home Bak
Saturday. They occupy a pretty new ery will give away a 16-inch dressed Methodist Brotherhood Enjoys Splen
did Program Tuesday Night.
bungalow on Fourth street.
dolL With each 10-cent purchase a
The gathering of the Methodist
Benson’s Pharmacy has an attractive ticket is given, and the person holding
the largest number of tickets will re Brotherhood at the church parlors on
Tuesday evening resulted in both pleas
A notorial commission has been is ceive the prize.
sued to A. H. King.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hopkins of Taco? ure and profit. The attendance was
Mrs! Thomas Pearce was a recent ma are visiting friends on Mosby creek, comparatively large, and all entered
into the spirit off the occasion with no
guest of her mother, Mrs. C. Ë. M. their former home.
Brown of Eugene.
Your Christmas dinner not complete inconsiderable amount of enthusiasm.
Frank A. Tripp of Eugene was in without some of our delicacies. Kerr After the business session the follow
ing program was rendered:
Song, selected, Brotherhood.
J. J. Gross of Walla Walla spent Sun
The tax collector is not usually a
How the Brotherhood may help to
day with Cottage Grove friends.
very popular -personage. Come to the
Mrs. F. L. Snodgrass spent Sunday Methodist church Sunday evening and make Cottage Grove a better place to.
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Y. hear what Jesus said to one of these live, A. J. Armstrong.
Abbott of Eugene.
The Masons of Eugene may erect a
Thè local Masonic lodge has elected Vocal duet, selected, Messrs. Van
temple in the spring.
officers for the ensuing year : Harry Winkle and Harris.
How Brotherhood may assist in
On January 1 the Oregon & South F. Wynne, W. M. ; Worth Harvey, S.
eastern will issue a new local passenger W. ; D. A. Smith, J. W. ; T. C. Wheel building up and maintaining men’s
tariff, effective March 1.
er, treasurer, M. H. Anderson, secre classes in the Sunday schools, J. B.
Geo. F. Hull of Los-Angeles arrived tary.
in Cottage Grove on Friday to attend
The barber shops will close at noon
the funeral of his brother, Charles Hull, on Saturday, as will all other places of Violin solo, selected, Gilbert Tyson;
Warren Glaze accompanist.
who was accidentally killed in Seattle. business.
Ways in which Brotherhood may ben-,
Mr. Hull is a photographer, and a son J. D. Matlock has transferred to J.
of Mr. and MrsrJohn Hull, who reside W. Eddy lot 7 in block 2, McQueen’s efit and be helpful in,a literary, manner,
W. C. Counter.
a few miles outside of town.
addition, for a consideration, of $600.
The public schools will be .dismissed
J. F. Hard has completed a handsome
Quartet, selected, Messrs. Van Wink
this Friday afternoon for the holiday new residence in Eugene.
The mineral exhibit made by Cottage le, Harris, Counter and Conner.!
Mrs. Sarah E. Parker has returned Grove at the Seattle fair will be placed System by which Brotherhood may
from Albany,- where she spent a month on exhibition in some convenient place aid humanity in sickness and distress,
L. A. Ralston.
in this city.
Mrs. Emma Best will go east on ac Johp F. Woodard was in Eugene on
Blest Be the Tie, Brotherhood.
count of her mother’s failing health.
Tuesday, as was also Clarence Morss.
G. A. Manwarng of Iowa has pur The National convention of the-An-
Will Plant Many Trees.
chased the Beals ranch west of town.
cient Order of Hibernians, will be held
The horticultural programme for
Mrs. Woodard spent Monday in Eu in Portland July 19 to 24?
the coming year in Lane county in
The Poultry show will be he'd in the cludes the planting of 1000 acres of all
Mrs. Stevens spent Monday in Eugene McFarland ^uilding on Main street.
kinds of trees and sipall fruits. This
with her sister, Miss Gertie Palmer.
Attorney Medley is now located in a much is now known and has been plan
Hienz’s mince meat, dill, sweet, and convenient suite of rooms in the new ned for. Of course many acres more
sour pickles in bulk. At Kerr & Sils- Woodward block.
will be provided for during the year.
A child of Rev. and Mrs. Elkins has It is confidently predicted by local
Mrs. Lillian Quiner has returned to been seriously ill with congestion of horticulturists that within the next five
Eugene after a visit here with friends. the lungs, but its condition is now im years Lane county will become one of
James Whitford is on duty in place of proved.
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the strong fruit producers of the state
Marshal Snodgrass, who is taking a
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Compton will go and will rival Hood River and other
forced vacation on account of having to Iowa to reside pn Saturday. Dur fruit sections.____________
the whooping, cough.
ing their residence here they have made
A Pleasing Entertainment. '
J. B. Protzman left on Tuesday for many warm and lasting friends, all of
The entertainment given last Friday
Waitsburg, Washington, there to spend. whom regret their removal from this evening under the auspices of the
Christian Endeavor society of the
Mesdames R. B. Westbrook and Lew
Mrs. Louise DeSpain gave an illus Jphristian church was very creditable,
A. Cates spent Monday in Eugene.
trated talk to the women of Junction and netted a snug sum of money. Two
I Mrs. Hunniman returned to her home City last Saturday.
short plays were rendered, “His Old
at Curtin Spur on Monday, after hav It is asserted by one whose word is Sweethearts,’' and “An Interrupted
ing spent month with her daughter,
Proposal,” both of which were highly
traffic in booze is being carriedon in pleasing to the audience. The old-time ,
Mrs. Chas. Cooley.
' Go to Parker’s for your Christmas Cottage Grove by the hip-pocket meth ■recital by Mrs. Ora Hemenway’s pupils
od. It might be well for Sheriff Bown proved an interesting feature of the
cake ; 40 cents per pound.
Mrs. E. A. Wilson has" gone to San to spare his Eugene detective's long evening. _[______ - ______ _
enough to make an investigation.
Francisco for'the holidays.
Junction Defeats Nesmith,
The Catholics of Eugene dedicated an
McLarens, Edam, imported Swiss,
In an interesting game of basketball
cream brick, limburger, and full cream acadamy, the cost of which was $8,000,
played at Junction City, Friday even
cheese, Kerr Silsby.
ing, between the Cottage Grove team
The Merchants’ Protective associa
DEATH OF JUDGE WALTON. ~ and the Junction City Pirates, Junction
tion will elect officers next Tuesday
City won out by a score of 28 to 10.
Pioneer of Lane County Passes Away At the end of the first half the score
Mrs. Emma Best left on Sunday for
at His Home in Eugene.
stood 8 to 6 in favor of the Pirates.
The Hon. Joshua J. Walton, one of The last half was much faster than the
James Oliver left for Missouri" on Eugene’s pioneers, died suddenly while
Sunday. His mother will return with yet in bed at his home in Eugene at an first, and Junction succeeded most of
the time. Both teamg did excellent
early hour Monday morning and was
Manager Conley spent Friday andJSat- found dead when members of the family, work.
urday in Portland.
Admits New Members.
went to his room to call him to break
Mrs. Westbrook will spend Christmas fast.
The Deutschen Spreehen Virein, the
with relatives at Brownsville.
. He was born at Rushvillle, Ind., newly organized German society, held
Marshal Snodgrass, in common with April 6, 1838. He came across the its second meeting Sunday afternoon,
many others, has been whooping with plains with his father and mother, when several additional members were
Joshua J. Walton, Sr., and wife, in enrolled. A committee on by-laws was
New pack mackerel and. Alaska her 1849, first settling in the .gold fields in appointed, to report at the next meet
ring. Kerr & Silsby;
Northern California. They came north ing, which will be at the call of Pres
Miss Willa Hawley left on Tuesday to Oregon in 1852, taking up a donation ident Vense. ___________
for Grass Valley, Eastern Oregon, land claim on Wagner creek, near where
Star Theatre Is Closed.
where she goes to administer the estate the city of Ashland now stands. They
The Star Theatre, opened'i'n this city
of the late Ira Hawley.
came to Eugene in 1858, where Mr. some weeks ago, is in trouble, and the
The lantern slides of Lane county in Walton had resided continuously since playhouse has been closed. H. H. Bell
cluding views of Cottage Grove and the with the exception of a year or two has instituted suit against B. F. Can
Bohemia district, were shown at a Eu Spent in the mines of Idaho.
tonwine and J. T. Bell, proprietors of
gene theatre this week. The Kiser
He was admitted to the bar in 1863 the theatre, claiming ownership of the
pictures and the set used at the Seattle and continued the practice of law up to property. _________ ________
fair were exhibited.
the present time. - He was elected coun
The Easy wringer is coming soon.
ty judge of Lane county in 1868 and There came into my enclosure, six
For the Military Club’s ball, to be. served four years. He was appointed miles west of Cottage Grove, on the
given at the Armory on Christmas to office by Governor Grover in 1875 and 7th day of December,.a three-year-old
Eve, the following prizes are offered : was elected again next year, serving heifer, deep red in color, with square
To load lumber for Shanghai the he full term of four years. He has fill crop off left eari The owner is hereby
British steamship Glenaffric} 2658 tons, ed various municipal offices and served notified to ehll for the animal, pay
has been chartered by thé Pacific Ex on the school board and was a member charges and take it away.
port Lumber Company to load at Port of the Oregon legislature at one time.
H. M. Damewood.
He was one of the founders of the Uni
___________ Telephone 1473.
Landlord “Bert” Westbrook was in versity of Oregon and for three years
- One Day Earlier.
Roseburg on Saturday, and The Review after its establishment was a member
The Sentinel is published one day
of that city says he was purchasing of the board of regents, serving as sec
earlier than usual this week in order to
egg plants with a view to starting à retary to\the board for years after his
give advertisers the benefit of their
term expired. He was one of the most holiday announcements, and likewise
Soft shell walnuts and almonds ; the prominent Odd Fellows in Oregon hav
for the benefit of its readers who have
good kind. Kerr & Silsby.
ing been a member since 1861. He was not already made their selections. If
Mr. Bruneau, who was injured in the past grand master and past grand rep The Sentinel is not up to its usual high
[Bohemia camp a few weeks ago, has resentative to the supreme lodge, hav
standard today the cause may be at
[been discharged by the Eugene hospital, ing attended several supreme grand
tributed to fewer days for its produc
and will return to the mining district lodges. He was also a past master tion.
within a few days.
workman of the A. O. U. W. and a mem
[ Miss Kate Hawley of Springfield is ber of the State Historical Society.
Administrator’s notice of hearing of
'spending the Christmas holidays at the
final account.—Notice is hereby given
Some Turkeys, Thank You.
home of her parents near this city
that the undersigned, Administrator of
[ It is probable that the county court Roy Foster of Lorane brought four the estate of George W. Kerr, Jr., de
will give the matter of overflow furth teen turkeys weighing 208 pounds to ceased,.has filed his final account in the
er attention in the near futuré by caus town on Monday, and his neighbor, County Court of the- State of Oregon,
S. F. Jackson, brought in the same
ing a survey to be made. *
for Lane County, and the same has
If you don’t dance be a spectator at number, the total weight of which been set for hearing on January 3rd.,
the Military Club’s ball on Christmas
1910, at 2:00 o’clock p. m. All persons
them for shipment to the Portland
having objections to said account are
WANTED—Housekeeper for family 'market.) > ■ .________
hereby notified to appear at said time
of four. Address or call on Lon Stor
Wants Better Shots.
and place and present the same.
ey, Cottage Grove.
2t With the end in view of bringing
GEORGE W. KERR, Sr.,
| Buy red cross stamps and help along about a marked improvement in the
A good cause.
marksmanship of the Oregon National J. C. JOHNSON, -
The funeral of Charles Hull was held guard, Adjutant General W. E. Finzer
Attorney for Administrator.
Or Cllxtij in Brief
ONLY TWO MORE DAYS
The Dolls Must Be Sold
Friday and Saturday we will give
a discount of 10 per cent on all
Dolls. Our line of Books is the
finest ever. We have already
demonstrated that we are under
selling our competitors in
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A GOOD PIANO
IS THE BEST CHRISTMAS
PRESENT YOU CAN OFFER
The Schiller is a Good One
BUY IT AT
Marion Veatchs MusicStore
«11 Will HOLIDAY PRICE BEFOREI FIRST OF IYEAR.
We have Other Makes from Six Different Factories
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