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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 31, 1909)
N., Portland, Ore., or Dr. F. W. Saw
yer, manager , Paso Robles, Cal.
Shortridge Hill Improved.
The Shortridge hill, over the condi
tion of which there has been much dis
Position cussion, has been made passable by
Road Supervisor Comer by means of
corduroy and gravel. The base of the
hill has been corduroyed for a consider
able distance, and then gravel ’spread
OTHERS WHO ARE ON THE LIST the rest of the way to and over the
crown. This improvement having been
made it is not prbbable that the grade
will be reduced to 6 per cent, as sug
According to Success Hawley Would gested by the county court. It is also
Receive But Forty-two Out of Every improbable'! that the court will make
Sixty-two Votes Cast If Election
an allowance for the improvement of
the hill, inasmuch as its recommenda
tion to reduce the grade from 8 to 6 per
cent has not been complied with.
If Representative Hawley were up
Contracts for Carrying Mail.
for re-election tomorrow, according to
On July 1 next the contracts now in
the Auxiliary Editorial Board of the force for carrying the mails over the
Success Magazine, he would receive four Star routes of Cottage Grove ex
but forty-two out of every sixty-two pires, and the Postoffice department
votes cast. The indignation of the peo this week advertises for bids over these
ple is. aroused over his attitude toward routes for the ensuing four years, bids
the recent tariff legislation. The Hon. to be received until January 4. The
Mr. Hawley is not alone, however, for routes are to Lorane, a distance of
the handwriting on Representative twelve miles; to Black Butte, eighteen
Ellis’ fence says, twenty-five republi miles; Bohemia, thirty-five miles and
can votes against for every ten for re from Disston to Orseco, twelve miles.
election. Insurgent Republican Poin The mail goes from Cottage Grove to
dexter of Washington is approved, 102 Disston over the Oregon & Southeast
to three, and but one vote would be ern.
cast against him out . of 107. In Cali
fornia, the seven republican represen
Drops Dead in Road.
tatives would receive, but fifty-six re Creswell Chronicle: A valuable mare
publican votes for re-election, .while 188 owned by Schmidt Bros, livery dropped
votes would be cast against them. In dead in the road Tuesday. The animal
surgent Representative Hayes would had been hired by Marion Veatch of
receive twenty votes out of twenty Cottage Grove, who drove to Holbrook’s
seven. What is true of the Pacific place, a short distance frpm town. He
Coast states seems true of the country tied the animal and after spending a
short time in the house, came out and
This interesting summary of facts, started back to town. After going a
given in the January number of Suc- short distance, the mare fell dead in
cess, was culled from 22,500 life sub the road. It was one of the best single
scribers, representing every walk in drivers owned by the boys, and was
life, and living in all parts of the na- valued at $150.
tion. It will be remembered that a
year ago last October they took the
New Mill at Wildwood.
presidential forecast, and gave out ten
The sawmill of the Star Lumber com
days before election the destiny for the pany at Star has been dismantled, and
next four years as efficiently as the on Monday work will begin at Disston,
Electorial College itself. This January to which point the mill will be moved.
article shows that of the republicans It Will be impossible, however, to do
who voted for Taft 3,092 are satisfied much until the Oregon & Southeastern
with his attitude on the tariff question constructs a spur to the site, a distance
and 2,490 are not. Against Cannon of about a quarter of a mile. J. J.
himself, 6,485 republicans affirm their Craig and a crew of five men, are en
righteous indignation against 490 who gaged in building bunkhouses.
seem to think him all right.
An All-Day Session.
An interesting article, by, J. C. Well-
The Grange at London will publicly
iver of the Washingon Times, in the
same number of Success presents the install its newly elected officers tomor
“End of Cannonism” in no uncertain row, when an all-day session will be
held. The full membership is expected
to be in attendance, and also a large
number of outsiders from the surround
IS PONCE DE LEON’S
DREAM A REALITY
No Occupation Tax.
At Creswell the council appointed a
committee to investigate, the feasibil
ity of levying an occupation tax, and
the committee went out and raised $200
by popular subscription in lieu thereof,
every firm doing business in the town
Simeral & VanDenburg
THE FURNITURE DEALERS
Our prices range from $2.00 for plain
rockers to the most expensive Turkish Rocker.
Quarter sawed and polished Dining Tables
at only $12.00
• . ■
Davenports and Couches from $9.00 to $25
Improved and Unimproved Fai ms
Choice Acreage Adjoining Towy
iness and Residence Property
Reference: First National Bank or Any
one in Cottage Grove.
Price List, etc.
Buffets, China Closets, Book Cases, Dressers
and Commodes at remarkably low prices
Library .Tables and Stands, at low prices
In fact you can buy the best practical Christ
mas presents of
TAT — have passed “the hew boot
stage.” We do not experi
ment with our business, nor with yours.
We are not incorporated for the pur
pose of financing auxiliary enterprises.
We enjoy the distinction of top notch
quality “that tine enduring kind.”
We respectfully solisit your banking
business on the basis of superior
strength and experience, and assure
courteous inteligent treatment and
close attention to your individual wants
Simeral & VanDenberg
THE FURNITURE DEALERS
First National Bank
of Cottage Gorve
In the days of Spain’s splendor, when
returning Spanish galleons brought,
precious cargoes of gold and other min-'
erals back to Madrid, wild legends of
springs of eternal life were told in
every European court.
Ponce de Leno, a Spanish gentleman
of great riches, fitted out an expedition
Contract for Jetty Awarded.
and went in search of the spring of
I. B. Cushman and T. C. Saubert,
life. The ludicrous and pathetic end representing the Port of Siuslaw, have
Has just received a handsome line
ing of this expedition is known to every closed a contract with Wakefield &
school boy, but it is very often called Jacobson for construction of the south
of Mouldings of various kinds, and
to mind by some new discovery of won jetty of Siuslaw harbor, fqr which
invines you to call and inspect
derful healing springs somwhere in the $100,000 in bonds was recently voted.
them and get prices.
wilds of Africa, India or Asia.
The recent and practical demonstra
Warren Glaze, assisted by some of
tion of mineral springs which make
marvelous cures has again brought his pupils and other local talent, will
forth the story abroad of Ponce de Le give a musical recital at the Methodist
church on Wednesday evening Jan. 12.
Paso Robles Hot Springs, California, The program will be published later.
are now the cause of universal wonder
Notice of Bond Sale.
ment because of the continued success
Notice is hereby given that on the
ful cures being made there.
3rd day of January, 1910, at the hour
But aside from any romatic feature of 8:00 p. m. of said day, the City of
pf the springs, dealing with its Indian Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon
The very latest designs and pat
tradition or its'occupancy by the Fran will sell to the highest and best bidder
terns; nothing old and shopworn.
ciscan Monks, Posa Robles is today or bidders, $100,000 coupon bonds of
among medical men who know, the said city in denominations of $1000
Some of the prettiest combinations
cause i of much interest and scientific each, said bonds to be dated March 1st,
ever shown anywhere.
1910, and to bear interest at the rate of
Many are not aware of what a place 5 per cent per annum, interest paid
Paso Itobles really is. The town is by semi-annually, principal and interest We do the work and guar
all means one of the most thorough
antee it absolutely.
payable in U. S. Gold Coin, the interest
health towns in the world. It is given
on said bonds to commence with the
over to the cure of the sick. Its citi
date the money is delivered to said city.
zens regard its waters almost in an in
Each of said bonds to run for a period
of 25 years from the date thereof.
The temperature,, altitude, air and
Sealed bids will be received for the
scenery make it an ideal retreat. Its whole or any part of said bonds, each
cures of rheumatism, gout, stomach
bid to be accompanied by a certified
trouble, kidney and other organic di
check for $100 payable to the mayor of
seases have been so remarkable that
the city of Cottage Grove, checks to be
its citizens believe there is nothing its
immediately returned to unsuccessful
baths cannot conquer.
Invalids from all over the country bidders.
No bid for less than the par value of
come to Paso Robles. Here can be
seen every strata of human life from said bonds will be considered and the
the bank president in the sumptuous Common Council reserves the right to
hotel to the sick man reposing in his reject any and all bids.
C. H. VAN DENBURG,
tent on the meadows.
Paso Robles is distinctly a spot where
Administrator’s notice of hearing of
weak women gain health rapidly, and
an hour’s conversation at the bath final account.—Notice is hereby given
house will reveal tales of nervous wom that the undersigned, Administrator of
promptly and satis
the estate of George W. 'Kerr, Jr., de
en who have been cured.
factorily. They have
One wonders, after being at Paso ceased, has filed his final account in the
every facility for
Robles—The Pass of the Oaks—whether County Court of the State of Oregon,
Ponce de Leon really was without jus for Lane County,, and the same has
handling all classes of
tification when he started in search of been set for hearing on January 3rd.,
goods, and simply
1910, at 2:00 o’clock p. m. All persons
the wonderful “waters of youth.”
solicit a trial.
A small book, neatly illustrated, has having objections to said account are
been recently published by the manage hereby notified to appear at said time
ment telling the story of the Hot and place and present the same.
GEORGE W. KERR, Sr.,
Springs in a most interesting manner
and giving complete information. Send
for it, either to Wm. McMurray, Gen J. C. JOHNSON,
Attorney for Administrator.
eral Passenger Agent of the O. R. & I
R. W. WATERS
TIME TO BE THINKING OF THAT
TRIP TO CALIFORNIA VIA THE
“ROAD OF A THOUSAND WONDERS”
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
This is the route of
that magnificent train
Luxurious equipment, high-class service, magnificent
scenery enroute, and all the pleasing features that go
to make winter travel easy. Now is the time to see
the Old Missions, Paso Robles Hot Springs, Del
Monte, Santa Barbra and other latqous Winter Re
sorts in California, the Land of Sunshine and Flowers
R. W. WATERS
WILL DO YOUR
ALL KINDS OF HAULING AND
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP RATE FROM COTTAGE GROVE
To Los Angeles, with corresponding low rates from
all other points inOregon and Washington. Liberal
stop overs in either direction, with final return limit
six months. Ask any local O. R & N. or S. P. agent
for attractive booklets describing, the beauties of Cali
fornia as a Winter Paradise or write to
GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT
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