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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 31, 1909)
Smluttims 3far tlir Bn war
You need the merchandise, we have it to
sell. If our qualities, prices, and treat
ment are ■ not right wè would have to
quit business^ Think it over, then get
Well-Known Citizen Succumbs
The time for good resolutions to go so much, Billy, and I’m,r ibo
: sorry * I ever THE EARTH’S CENTER
to Stroke of Apoplexy.
into effect is not many hours away. made you mad iri the pihst,
¡last;” she mur-
HOLDS LIFE’S SECRET.
Plenty of them have been made—-the murs.
same old stereotyped resolutions that
It is now established firmly in the
Hubby cannot underllitand it all and
have existed since calendars were first he is afraid that , wife) will be asking scientific mind that nature, through her HE ERECTED TWO MILLS HERE
_ ing every min mineral springs and her bubbling health
invented. The same resolutions were for a new hat or L,„.
made a year ago by the same men and ute, but as the gtoodnei is s continues he water, produces curative powers which
t a jgreat transfer- cure certain diseases more sunely than
women who are making them now; and begins - to
Crossed the Plains in Wagons in 1875,
a few weeks, yes, days, hence and they mation has taken “
So, thinking man can do.
arid for Nineteen Years a Resident
Recent attention directed to Califor
■ will be forgotten. They Will be laid that wifey has become so docile and
of Cottage Grove—Brief Bio
gently aside until the dawn of the next mild, he takes a i notion to stay down nia’s most Wonderful hot springs at
year, when they will be brought forth town with the boys thè next evening. Paso Robles, by phenomenal cures of
for another brief airing. Why men and But, oh what a sc : me wh en he returns i diesease, has shown the world that this
women, particularly the, latter, make to the dove-cote. Wife’ / is in the ves • resort is doing most marvellous Work
these resolutions only to break them is tibule the momept he takes his key ■ every day.
John C. Long, one of Cottage Grove’s?
Science has done much to discover best known citizens, died suddenly
a mystery that has never been quite from his pocket, and v /hen he opens i
explained. But as sure as New Year the door it is to meet w ith a reception i wherein lies the secret of natural water early Wednesday morning from the
approaches hundreds of men and wom such as, he had never I lad in his most ; cures, but has not as yet been fully effects of apoplexy, with which he was
en in Cottage Grove begin to think of lurid nightmares. The g ood resolutions i. able to apply nature’s chemistry from stricken at 1 o’clock Tuesday afternoon,
the bad habits they will forever dis of wifey have gone by the board; she ! the laboratories of men.
shortly after he had returned to his
pense with and of the goods things they is her normal self again.
It is said that at Posa Robles more home from town. Medical attendance
will do, and then almost before the last
imbued I so than at any other health resort, the was immediately summoned when Mr.
Even mother-in-law b ecomes
echo of the bells that usher in the New with the New Year’s sp : irit. She, too* ideal medicinal, natural and pleasing Long was afflicted, but it was beyond
Year have died out the resolutions have wishes to make some go od resolutions, requisites for ^health are found.
human aid to render assistance, and
been forgotten and their lives continue She reviews the past y< jar and of how
Here is a perfect atmospheric condi ' the aged man passed away twelve hours
to run in the same channels, as before. she had interfered wit ; h son-in-law’s tion, not too much moisture, though it • later without having recovered con
But this year there will be many who domestic affairs, and res, i jives solemnly lies but 20 miles from the sea> no hot, sciousness.
will vow inwardly that they will not be never again to do sp. T1 i iree days later dry winds. The secret of the perfect
John C. Long was a native of Tenn
weak, but will stick steadfastly to their she calls on daughter a i nd son-in-law. air is said to be a natural valley sur essee, and first saw the light of day in
good resolutions, avoiding temptations Son-in-law is tell ng di • lughter a few rounded by high mountain ranges which 1837—seventy-two years ago. While
and lead lives that will border on the things in which in sinuat : ions are made permit only an equable highly’sterilized yet an infant, his father died. When
saintly. Many of these, too, will fall. as to “rotten cooki ig,” ‘ ‘cold suppers” air to settle into Paso Robles, a com he was four years of age his mother,
ier-in-jlaw promptly bination of the salt sea air and the dry who had several older boys, moved to
It will be the same old sorrowful story and the/like. Mot___
as of yore. The allurements are many forgets her good resolutiit bns and like a • land atmosphere, a rare health requis Arkansas and located on a farm. Here
and possibilities seem without end. bear protecting her cu bs, she flies to ite.
young Long grew to manhood, attend
The air condition, so perfect here; is ing the rural schools, receiving an edu
Perhaps when rest no longer refreshes, the assistance of df.ughttpr and proceeds
and ideas are blown away like musty to tell son-in-lavr whiat ’ an utterly lacking at most mineral water retreats,. cation such as was possible in the coun
clouds, they will return to the blank worthless being he is, ar id how cruel he such as Carlsbad, Baden Baden and try district. Before he reached matur
slate which all have in youth, try to is to daughter, arid sofn-in-law leaves Kissingen in Europe.
ity he apprenticed himself to a miller
the house, slammi ng the door so hard
The waters at Paso Robles come from and followed that calling at intervals
rub out and try anew.
the wind knocks th i ajClufistmas vase off the earth hot and cold. They are light throughout life. He owned a flouring
Even now . the rumble of the water the center table. ¡Such
are mother-in- and pure. ■ One does not tire of them mill in Arkansas, and later erected and
wagon may be heard as it approaches law resolutions.
as one does at most resorts. They have operated a cotton gm.
for its New Year’s passengers. It will
Mankkind has >een ¡prone since pre- a most soothing effect on the nerves,
At the age of nineteen years John C.
be an overcrowded van, even in prohibi historic times to m: ike
i good resolutions, and in cases of dyspepsia, insomnia, Long was married to Margaret Jane
tion Cottage Grove. There will not be The caveman, afte r t beiipg taken with a
nervous breakdown and paralysis bring Proctor of Madison county, Arkansas,
seats for all, and standing room will be
bad case of dyspe ipsia, resolved most almost instantaneous comfort and re and in 1875 together they crossed the
at a premium; but not for long. Be
fervently never a; rain to eat too much lief.
plains by wagon, locating in Polk coun
fore January has glided into the beau cave bear. The r esolution lasted just
Women who had not enjoyed health ty, in the Willamette valley, where
tiful beyond there will be abundant as long as the dyspepsia, and was then
for years seem, after a brief stay at they engaged in farming. After four
conveniences for all on the prohibition
forgotten. It woi i lid be impossible to these springs, to be beyond even the years the family moved to Eastern
cart, and by the middle of February get an estimate on i, the number of good
slightest evidence of former weakness. Oregon, and for a number of years till
the dignified driver, Neptune, will be
resolutions made during the year, but
One meets scores of men, who being ed the soil eight miles north of Pendle
lonely for companionship. The only
it is safe to say th: ; it less than one-sixth of the sporting franternity and suffer ton, and later came to Eugene, where
thing required of a candidate for the of them are kepi I;. Sometime in the
ing from abuse of the system from high Mr. Long purchased an interest in a
Society of Waterwagoneers is that he
dim future, when the good folk go to living Or alcoholic excess, come here to foundry. But hejiad a longing for the
refrain from the use of liquors after
the museums, in w'i tiich will be preserv- be made well and strong again.
life of a miller, and in a few years re
midnight on December 31. They who
ed things of the present one of these
Children and the aged are seen going turned to Pendleton, where he built the
do this remain members of the society Neyv Year’s resolutions will be found
about in the warm sun, for while by Farmers’ Custom Flouring, mill. He
until they forget their resolutions and
carefully framed and preserved.
of this property a year later,
day the temperature is het, no one is disposed
‘ ‘have one. ’ ’ On the instant that liquor
to Milton, and there built
touches the lips of the waterwagoneer
A Pleasan t Gathering.
what is known as the Peacock flouring
severs his connection with the society The Epworth Le ague held a pleasant occur.
This spot is California’s gift to the mill.
and he cannot be reinstated into full social gathering at Phillips’ hall Wed-
Mr. Long came to Cottage Grove in
standing until the following New Year’s 'nesday evening, with an attendance of world, and science marvels at the won
about eigthy. During the early part derful cures daily being made at Paso ' 1890, and constructed and operated the
i Georgetown flouring mill, being the
Big preparations are being made for of the evening ganjies were indulged in,
now occupied by the Oregon &
A small book, neatly illustrated, has building
the waterwagon rush one year hence, after which Rev.‘Suteljiffe called the
Railroad company. In
when Water Commissioner Green Pitch assemblage to order, a: ad called upon
milling business he con
er will have equipped himself more various league members for speeches.
Springs in a most interesting manner ducted a grocery store for some eight
fully to withstand the great consump
and giving complete information. Send years. In partnership with I. H. Bing
tion of water, but the present system membership, and those ’ vho spoke fav
for it, either to Wm. McMurray, Gener ham, now state senator for this dis
is considered adequate for all comers.
al Passenger Agent of the 0. R.--&N., trict, Mr. Long built what is now the
Every year the water consumption in represented the Reds: Neita Hazel
Portland, Ore., or Dr. F. W. Sawyer, Brown Lumber Company’s sawmill,
creases for a few days or a week, but- ton, Albert Woodar 1, Arrhorel Sutcliffe,
which was practically his last business
Manager, Paso Robles, Cal.
it gets back to the normal before it be
Of late years he had giv
Vera Cochrna, Harry Kime, Flora Phil
comes generally noticable.
THE CITY IN BRIEF.
en attention to his realty holdings.
But there are other- resolutions be
During the summer and fall months Besides a widow, four children—Geo.
sides those having to do with drinking Refreshments were served.
substantial improvements were made W. Long of Lethbridge, Canada; Mrs.
that will be made. It would be hard
in the Sharps Creek wagon road lead Mamie Wells-Reynolds of Walla Walla;
Nesmith Defeats Eugene.
to name all the various resolutions that
Nesmith defeated Eugene at basket ing to the Bohemia mines. A series of Edward P. Long of Portland, and La-
will be made—they are legion. For ball at the Armory last night In the ten bridges has been completed. The Fayette R. Long of this city—survive
instance, there is the man of hasty first half Eugene scored!2 and Cottage mails to and from the mines have suf him.
temper who will vow inwardly never to Grove 10. In the second half Eugene fered many delays on account of high The funeral services will be held,
use cuss words. He is sincere when he took a brace and ssored 14 to their op water during the winter months, and from the Presbyterian church Sunday
makes the resolutions, but he has no ponents 10, but w ere unable to. over- these bridges clear the way for the un afternoon at 2 o’clock. The Rev. Sel
provocation to tempt him to strong come the handicap of tqeir poor show- interrupted mails.
den C. Adams will preach a short ser
words. He feels as meek as a lamb as ing in the first half, The final score
Two slight earth tremors were felt in mon, after which the Masons, of which
he reviews his lurid past and thinks stood 16 to 20 in favor of Cottage Grove. Portland yesterday afternoon. The in order deceased had been a member for
how nice it would be not to use strong It was a fast game and the best team tensity of the shocks was not great about fifty years, will conduct the body
language towards his employes, the
enough to do damage. Residents in to its last resting place with the usual
neighbors’ children and the others, who,
various sections of the city reported ceremonies.
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Christian Church withdraws.
in the past have been subjects of his
that they were somewhat alarmed by
The ministers on the ci ty, will hold a the consecutive tremors. The compass Born, to Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Short
wrath, and so he resolves.
Two days later something happens, meeting this afternoon Ito make some of the disturbances was confined to ridge of London, on Wednesday, De
and lo, Richard is himself again. And different arrangements (regarding the Portland and its suburbs in the Willam cember 29, a 10-pound son.
what a relief it is. He feels different, union services Which begin on Sunday, ette Valley.
like a new man and so he goes back to the program for which ¡Jis published in
Attorney Counter and C. F. Walker
his life of the past and proceeds to for The Sentinel. The Christain church, have moved their respective offices to ' Notice is hereby given that the un
which has evangelistic meetings in pro the Woodward building.
dersigned has been appointed by the
get his resolutions.
gress, will continue these meetings in
Mrs. C. R. King of Albany returned county court of Lane County, Oregon,
Hubby resolves with might and main stead of eritering into the union. This
that never will he use tobacco. Wife necessitates other arrangements by the to her- home in that city on Tuesday, administrator of John Semro, deceased.
after having spent several days with All persons having claims against the
is responsible to a great extent for this other churches.
estate are "hereby notified to present
resolution. He gives his pipe away,
Many Stamps ¿old.
Edwin Rhodes, formely of this city, the same at his office in Cottage Grove,
throws his tobacco to the four winds
and refuses the cigar tendered him by
The Woman’s club mane a splendid has located at South Bend, Washington, Lane county, Oregon, duly verified
within six months from the date of
a bosom friend. New Year’s Day pass record selling Red Cross stamps during where he has bought a barber shop.
es without any great unpleasantness. the holidays, disposing of 4256 stamps,
The Next Attraction.
He is contented with his resolution and which’gave $42.56 to the (Nurses’ Asso The Clare Vaughn Wales Comedy & Dated this 5th day of November,
J. E. YOUNG,
feels amply rewarded in wife’s smiles. ciation of Portland for tuberculosis Concert Company is the next attraction 1909.
The next day comes the regular grind work. The ladieb are deserving of in the Lyceum Course, the date being Administrator of the estate of John
downtown. The fight begins. Every much credit for th'eir energy in behalf January 26. This excellent company Semro, deceased.
one seems to have cigars and everyone of the consumptive.
fulfills the expectations of audiences
seems to be generous, but he has re
everywhere, and is highly recommend
solved and he steadfastly refuses to
D. C. Freeman of Ppn land has been ed by the press of the country. The
break his solemn vow. Two days later
as Eugene’s be oster and will program ends with a one-act comedy,
his courage fails him. Hewants a ci
his duties as such tomorrow. “A Pair of Lunatics” which is very
gar. The smell of smoke puts him in
Suitable for inside walks, No. 1
a frenzy. He slips away with a -quar He has been a resident of Oregon for
Administrator’s notice of hearing of common and better; dressed on
ter and murmurs the name of his favor
final account.—Notice is hereby given four sides. While it lasts, $8.00
ite brand, and five minutes later he is
Interests Are Mutual.
that the undersigned, Administrator of
puffing at the weed like a steam en
Here’s wishing; you a Happy and the estate of George W. Kerr, Jr., de per thoueand feet.
Brown Lumber Co.
Prosperous New Year, Our increase ceased, has filed his final account in the
But those of the gentle sex are also in business for 1909, oÿer previous years County Court of the State of Oregon,
ECONOMY IS WEALTH
given to making resolutions at this per is very gratifying, ànd ' we look for for Lane County, and the same has
iod of the year. Wifey determines 1910 to be a hummer. W1 ly not? There beep set for hearing on January 3rd.,
within herself to refrain from doing is a reason for ouk increased business. 1910, at 2:00 o’clock p. m. All persons
things that have brought about trouble If -the public was pot getting right .having objections to said account are
with hubby during the year past, and treatment from u&thèy would not con hereby notified to appear at said time
OF PORTLAND, OREGON.
also to do other things that will bright tinue to-trade with us, ahi
id advise their and place and present the same.
if Y ou die , it costs no more than or
en his life a bit. So on New Year’s friends to do so. If you i J re not already
GEORGE W. KERR, Sr., dinary Life. , |F YOU LIVE, it is more
profitable than Endowment. Life insur
day wifey cannot do enough to make a customer of ours start the new year
ance is a great protection to our families.
the holiday pleasant for hubby. The
MUI right be becoming one. You won’t re- J. C. JOHNSON,
TOM AWBREY has the most reason
next day. is the same, “
‘ O, I love you gret it. Our interests are mutual.
Attorney for Administrator.
able plan knowii.
Children delight in wading through all
the puddles on ¿he 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
ecurity School Sho
These shoes are made of the best leather, especially selected. The
boys shoes are made by the welt process—the best known method of"
fastening soles and uppers together. The girls shoes are made in both
welt and turn soles.
They are made on good fitting lasts and will not hurt the feet or injure
their shape. Both boys and girls shoes are dressy and attractive looking
with wonderful wearing qualities.
Security Watch with Every Pair
Each purchaser of Security School
Shoes is entitled to one of these hand «ENLARGE ST^I
some watchqs for only 50 cents.
Ther“ isr’* a dollar watch or the
market as good. It is guaranteed for
one year. We couidn’t afford to make-this offer except
as an inducement for you to try Security School Shoes.
Bring the children in and let us fit them out with a
pair of Security'Shoes-—they will prove a revelation
to you in shoe value for childrens shoes
“WHERE YOU DO BETTER.”
We make a specialty of our
Prescription Work, a registered
pharmacist in charge at all
times. Bring in your family
recipes and particular prescrip
tions, and they will receive our
careful attention. All of the
standard toilet preparations in
stock, as well as a fine assort
ment of fine perfumes, the
kind with a lasting fragrance.
The next time you need any,
call and sample ours.
Only one Day More
In which you may send
The Sentinel to addresses
outside of Lane county for
one Dollar lhe Year