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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 31, 1909)
San Francisco, the. balance to Portland.
arnual attention, whereas here the trees
This firm . shipped the first full car of
are given little or no care. Apple
turkeys from Yoncalla. Twenty-three
growing should be along scientific lines.
cents per pound was paid by this firm,
After an absence of several years,
and W. O. Bridges, who shipped 6000
during which time Mr. Hopkins has
General Local Intelligence By ! pounds to Portland and Seattle.—Oak Samuel Lockwood Saw Service studied the situation, he has decided to
Splendid Programs at the Sev
return to Cottage Grove in the near fu
The Sentinel Repbrters.
A bobcat was killed within the cjty
In the Civil War.
ture and plant an orchard, believing
limits of Albany, being the first-wild
that the possibilities of this valley are
animal killed close to "the city in a great
not excelled anywhere.
. many years. It was shot by D. S.
PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE ■ Speer.
CARRIED WOUNDS TO GRAVE
SERVES AS OBJECT LESSON.
QLD SANTA THE REAL THING
The most elaborate military event of
Practical Jokers Collect Money to Add
the season in this cjty will be the an
to Christmas Cheer.
Paragraphs Pertaining to Doings in nual inspection of Company E, which For Thirty Years He Was a Resident
A practical joke carried out by some Presbyterians Present, “Santa Was
Cottage Grove and the Surround will take place within a few days. The
of This Community.—One of the
Mistaken the Methodists, “Santa
inspection and review will be held at
of our citizens, quite harmless in itself,
ing Neighborhood During the
Early Ranchers of the Lorane
Claus Junior,” and Christians,
Past Seven Days.
Valley, Where Body Lies.
“Santa’s Christmas Tree.”
The holiday advertising patronage
paper was passed among the business
extended The Sentinel by the merchants
men to raise funds to help out a poor
of .Cottage Grove was large, and much
family. Hands went down deep into
Aiderman Lawson is a friend of the appreciated by the management.
Samuel Godfrey Lockwood, for thirty ’ the pockets to bring Christmas cheer to 1
The Presbyterian church was packed
rock crusher, and makes figures that
Over 10,000 Christmas trees were years a resident of Oregon, passed away ' the needy. After sufficient play had t to the doors on Christmas Eve. The
demonstrate to any sane person that it shipped from Cottage Grove to San at the home of his son Ernest in this 1 been made on the sympathetic side of
■ cantata, “Santa Was Mistaken,” was
will pay for itself in a comparatively Francisco this year.
city on Friday, aged 70 years. The body mammon, the gifts were returned with 1 presented. F. H. Rosenberg and Miss
short time. Cottage Grove certainly
Mr. Darwin Bristow of Eugene, for was interred in the Oddfellows’ ceme a merry laugh, showing the poor family
needs improved streets, and through twenty years a merchant of this city, tery at Lorane on Monday, the local to be wholly fictitious. There are,- Neva Perkins, together with the young
the purchase of a rock crusher appears was in Cottage Grove on Tuesday, He Grand Army of the Rebuplic members however, in Cottage Grove, a few real "people who took part, are deserving of
much credit for their work. The whole
to be the cheapest and most expedient is now connected with thé First Nation conducting the services.
needy families. Much real help has evening’s program was given as a labor
way of getting them. This question al Bank at the county seat.
Samuel Lockwood was a native of been given.
of love. . The expenses of the evening
should be investigated from an unbias Mr. C. F. Littlefield of Eugene, sec New York State. Early in life he im
But the above incident shows how were not wholly within the church cir
retary of the Merchants’, Protective migrated to Wisconsin, locating near easy it is to use the name of Christian cles, and everyone was welcome to at
Mr. William Porter of Eugene was in association of that city, was in Cottage Milwaukee. At- the breaking out of charity as a cloak of deception. On
tend free of charge. There was a.gift
the city On business Friday.
We wish to call your at
Grove on Tuesday. Mr. Littlefield in the Civil war he enlisted in the Twen the other hand a real needy family is for each member of the Sunday school,
Prof. J. S. Davis of Eugene spent forms Thé Sentinel that the “dead tieth Wisconsin regiment, and after liable to be overlooked and allowed to
tention to our line of Staple
Christmas with friends in this city.
beat”.is getting his in that neck-o’-the I serving two years was honorably dis- suffer, when, if the facts were known, ren regardless of church affiliations.
and Fancy Groceries.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin of Eugene woods through organization.
charged, having been seriously injured assistance could be given without plac The evening’s program was carried Out
spent Christmas in this city.
No. 1408 drew the candy heart that ia the battle at Pea Ridge. He, how- ing a burden on any one. Our larger without a hitch or a break, except when
We carry all the leading
Mr. and Mrs., John Conley of Gresh Parker, the shoe string peddler, gave ever, recovered and in February, 1864, cities have their Associated Charities. Santa became disgruntled and the child
fof Canned Goods
am are spending a fortnight in the fam away Xmas. This number will be held he re-enlisted in Company D, Thirty- All charitable interests are pooled to ren upset him. This, however, was a
Coffees, and cater
ily of their son, Mr. Fred G. Conley.
until next Saturday. The néxt num- sixth Wisconsin regiment. At Cold gether and one central committee re part of the exercises which afforded
to the best trade by keep
Roseburg has employed a booster in. ber drawn was 477, and the third 281. Harbor, Virginia, Sargeant Lockwood ceives alms and dispenses them where much amusement. Special mention
the person of Thos. D. Richardson of
Flour has nearly doubled in price, but was shot in both legs, and carried one they will do the most"good. Thus fraud should be made of the - recitations by
ing our stock
New York, to whom a salary of $4000 Parker’s Bakery still sells bread at of. the wounds to the grave. He was is reduced; benevolence is not duplicat Geneveve Cook and Master Claud Sher
per year is paid.
5 cents per loaf and Do-Nuts at 10 mustered out in 1865. In 1872, having ed; the real needy are not overlooked; man, who showed more than ordinary
Fresh and Up-to-Date.
Miss Emma Job, who is attending the cents per dozen.
I been married to Miss Ellen L. Petrie, funds are placed in the hands of relia ability. The dialogue and duet by
university at Eugene, is spending the
The treasury department has decided he moved to California, and was the ble people ; and pauperism can not be Blanche Veatch and Eva Richmond,
holiday vacation with her parents, to recommend an appropriation of $1,- first postmaster of Santa Marie, which come a vocation.
who represented King’s Daughters,
Mayor and Mrs. B. R. Job.
500,000 for a new public building at town he founded. Mr. Lockwood and
It would seem that a similar work were not only well rendered but added
Hunters and anglers who do not re Portland, exclusively for postoffice family came to Lane county in 1880, and could be carried on in this city. The another touch to the Christian spirit
I be engaged in business. After two years Brotherhoods of our churches might which was the key note of the whole
new their licenses on or before January uses.
1 are liable to arrest by game wardens
Contractor Härt spent the week-at | he settled on a farm in the Lorane val- appoint committees to meet and com program.
and imprisonment should they be caught Star, building camp bouses for the ley, where his wife died in 1902. He bine with other benevolent organiza
Christmas exercises were held at
fishing or hunting on an old license.
Brown Lumber Company.
was one of Appomattox Post’s most tions and appoint a committee repre the . Christian church Friday evening,
The Booth-Kelly Company is shipping Geo. Gourley of Eugene spent Christ- highly esteèmed members.
sentative enough of the citizenship of when that beautiful little cantata,
about fifteen cars of lumber a day.
mas with Cottage Grove friends.
The surviving members of the family •the city to be recognized as a central “Santa’s Christmas Bee,” was pre
Mrs. Sutcliffe has recovered from her are Ernest Lockwood, Mrs. C. W. Wal- philanthropic body.
The tie plant at Latham is shut down
sented with the following cast Of char
lace, Misses Ursula and Gertrude Lock-
during the holidays. Comparatively recent
acters “Santa, Edd. Finnerty; Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs. J. O. VanWinkle spenti wood of this city; W. P. Lockwood of
few ties are being received for treat
Santa, Mrs. Crusan; Topsy, Ida Robin
with the doctors’s parents at I Seattle, Washington ; S. G. Lockwood
ment. "Wt '
; Santa’s helpers, primary -and jun
of Tonapah, Nev., and Miss Flossie 'Mnnicipality May Secure Additional ior departments.
The Merchants’ Protective associa- > Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wallace of Port- [Lockwood of Tacoma, Washington,
tion will elect new officers on the sec
The cantata, “Santa Claus Junior, ”
land spent Saturday and Sunday with
F Nothing more appropriate for
ond Tuesday in January. '•
given at the Armory by the Methodist
WANTS THE NEW BRIDGE.
F Christmas giving. Because of 1
lighting proposition again at its regu Sunday school Saturday night was most
Master Walter Wicks and baby sister, relatives in this city.
r their beauty and usefulness they '
will be treasured for a life-time.
Mrs. B. R. Westbrook spent Christ-1 Commercial Club Adds Weight to Pe- lar monthly session Monday night, and pleasingly presented and reflected no
Ida, of Star spent-Christmas with their
And the Parker is the cleanly, effi
the probabilities are that a new con inconsiderable amount of credit upon
cient fountain pen because It has the
titjon Now in circulation.
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Har mas with relatives at Brownsville.
curved ink-feed, the Lucky Curve which
low of this city.
prevents leaking when in your pocket.
The Commercial club, at its session ing company offers to reduce the price the participants. Santa Junior, repre
MASQUERADE A SUCCESS.
For father, mother, brother, sister,
F. J. Hard and Chas. Bruneau went
friend or sweetheart the Parker is the’
Monday night, passed a resolution re of arcs, from $110 per lamp à year to sented by Ren Sanford, learning of
out to the Bohemia on Tuesday morn Prizes Awarded to Maskers by Com-1 questing the county court to construct
Santa Senior’s coming delays him an
We have a complete assortment
$80 for the same service, and incandes
from $1.50 up. Standard, Self-fill,
mittee—Sentinel Gets Lady’s Prize. a bridge across the Row river on the cents from $30 to $18, the municipality hour just for fun, and in so doing causes
Safety in many attractive
Mr. and" Mrs. D. T. Awbrey went
no little excitement. But when Santa
designs. Beautiful gift box
The bai masque, given on Christmas new road east of town" It.is.estimated to pay no more in the aggregate than
free with every pen.
■home to Cottage Grove yesterday after
—J. H. Harris—finally arrives upon
Eve by the Military Club, was a sue- t*lat .the bridge will cost in the neigh- tinder the present contract, which is
enjoying a happy family re-union at the
the scene there is something doing.
cess, both socially and financially. The borhood of $3000. The new road short about $2,700 per year. The Lighting
Awbrey household orr High street,
There was a well-filled Christmas tree*
Christmas and Sunday.—Eugene Regis
instances, and all were attractive. The valley and Cottage Grove one and a half expires in a year, asks for a five year and presents for all the young people
of the Sunday school.
masquers danced until 11 o’clock, when | mi,es> but this is not the ^lyadyan- extension at the reduced figures.
D. A, Ames killed seven bob-cats up
Originally the company’s proposition
the McKenzie river, and received a the award of prizes were annojinced as a most substantial manner, and made a
N.OW WAITING FOR ALBANY.
was that the arcs be reduced to $80 per
bounty of $14,
Best sustained gent’s character, cow
Baseball League Will Be Formed When
John Brund came down from Bohe
ease and. comfort at all seasons of the and the minimum annual charge be $3,-
boy, Frank Cooper.
Decision Is Arrive*! At.
mia for the holidays. '
Best sustained lady character, repre year. In addition to the resolution re 500. This contract the council refused
Chas. Small of Marion spent Monday
The prospects for a baseball league
with his old apprentice, Tom Parker, senting The Sentinel, Miss Inez Flynn. tion, and if the court acts in accordance to accept because of the increased ex comprising Cottage Grove, Eugene
pense to the city, but under the terms
Most original gent’s character, U-
and other Cottage Grove friends.
with the wishes Of the people of South of the proposed contract Cottage Grove Springfield and Albany are fairly good,
The Rev. Elkins Went to Eugene on need-a Biscuit, Ren Sanford.
the perfection of the organization hing
ern Lane county it will authorize the
Wednesday, and there united ip mar Most original lady character, Alpine construction of the bridge. There is would get a considerable number of ing on the latter city. Albany is con
riage Lieut. Houston and Miss Char
sidering the matter seriously, and may
Most' comical gent, darky, Frank H. no improvement needed in this section it is now paying.
lotte Young. Mr. Houston was an of
wake up and act within the ensuing
The Lighing company is desirous that
ficer in Mr. Elkins’ company during Snodgrass.
fortnight. The other three towns are
the Spanish-American war.
| be a dike to provent overflows. Both, son that its plant is now overloaded anxious for the formation of the ball
Oregonians who have complained bit
Most elaborate gent’s costume, however, are necessary, and it is be- and it does not feel justified in an ex league, and are already signing up
terly of the cold during the past fort Knight, Arman Wynne.
lieved the county court will see that penditure of $10,000 for improvements, players. Springfield organized its club
over a month ago. Cottage Grove will
night may thank their lucky stars that
Most elaborate lady’s costume, Miss | they are provided.
if its contract is to be terminated at
be found in the game from start to fin-,,
they are not residents of the New Eng
the expiration 'of a year, which is only
ish if "the league is formed. Orvill
land states, where a blizzard cost fif
Best three-step, lady, Red Riding
Knapp has his eye on several good play
teen lives and millions of dollars worth
ers, and these with the home manipula
of damage to property.
„ . .,
.■ . ,
_ , State’s Appropriation for National
Best three-step, gent, jockey, Frank r
tors of the sphere and willow will make
The main line of the Northern Pacific
Guard Should be $10,000.
Frank Ebby’s old Stand on 4th
a strong bunch. If Albany decides to
from Spokane to .Tacoma and Seattle is
Best waltzer, lady, Red Cross nurse,
Now that the War Department has Military Club Will Entertain Its Danc
' All work guaranteed.
to be shortened 100 miles during the Mrs. Pet Sanford.
given special orders permitting the
Phone Main 321.
coming year. Work on this branch is- Best waltzer, gent, Summer man I Fourth Regiment to retain its regimen-
The Military club will give a Hard-
to begin at once. Preliminary surveys Earl Hill.
tai identity with but eight companies, Times ball at the Armory tonight, and the season’s work. If Albany fails to
are now in progress oyer a part of the Best two-step, lady, cow girl, Miss recruiting has taken a boom in the extends an invitation to the general make good it is probable that some
Carlton Nursery Co.
Southern Oregon stations. The regi- public to participate in the hop “with other néar-by town will be invited.to
take its place. But Albany is prefer- Large growers of local stock. Sup
There has been some skating in Cot
Best two-step, gent, clown, James ment is reported to have had an unus-
pliers of commercial plants--clean, vig
tage Grove during the week, and it was p0^tg
I ually narrow escape from transfer to dancers are expected to appear in rai fed.
orous and true trees. Heavy on apples
taken advantage of by a number of the
the Coâst Artillery service,, which ment of the character worn during the
THE OREGONIAN LIKES IT.
in Spitzenburg. Newton, etc. In pears
Returns After Many Years.
would have meant a loss of 50 per cent lamented Mr. Cleveland’s administra
W. P. Lockwood, commercial agent
E.A. Bishop of Wallowa, a prominent of the membership. Four new com tion, and the person found with a biled Foremost Publication of State Says The Bartlett, Anjou, Comice, etc. In cher
ries R. Anne, Lambert, Bing, etc. In
for the Soo Line at Seattle, was in Cot lumberman of Eastern Oregon, was in panies must be organized in order to shirt clinging to his anatomy will be
Sentinel Is a Good One.
peaches 2 Crawfords, Muir, Sharlotte,
tage Grove the first of the week, com the city bn Tuesday. Twehty-two years bring thé organization up to the require court marshaled and fined according to
Salway, Elberta, etc. In prunes Italian,
ing hither to attend the funeral of his ago Mr. Bishop had a ranch pn Cedar ments of the War Department, but be the enormity of the offense—which we
changes in ownership and improvements
creek, about twelve miles south of Cot fore this can be done additional money take as meaning according to the clean in old established journals in Oregon etc. Small fruits, bushes,» etc.
Be Sure Get Onr Prices. It Will Pay You
A rare opportunity to make some tage Grove, which was his trading and will have to be given by the state for liness of the garment. Good music has
Send list of,-wants. Stock carefully grown
money. Honest representative who can market place. This was his first visit military purposes. The present appro been provided for the occasion, and if have been many in the past month or and shipped. We can handle your order
and at right'prices. Catalogue free.
give satisfactory references to take or here for over two. decades, and quite priation is $40,000. It is said an in you have a desire to tee just how the
ders for Smelt in your locality. Ad naturally he did not recognize the crease of from $5000 to $10,000 will be New Year makes its debut you may prosperity in the Oregon field and are Carlton Nursery Co. Carlton, Oregon-
quick to take advantage of bargains.
dress T. I. Temple, 229 E. Alder St., town. Mr. Bishop was a guest of his asked.
be sure of “seeing” it here as well as
“Perhaps the most marked improve
cousjn, Mr. George Kelly of the west
is noted in the work of Lew A.
W. S. Martin of Eugene was in town side.
Cates. Mr. Cates bought the Western
Railroad to Tidewater.
Louis Hopkins Tells Commercial Club Eugene is evidently in earnest about Oregon, in Cottage Grove, from Messrs.
Will Re-incoriwrate Dryer.
Mrs. Henry H. Veatch spent Christ
About Other Apple Sections.
promoting a railway from that city to Bath, changed the name to Sentinel
mas at the home of her parents at Cor-
Mr. Louis Hopkins, formerly a resi- tidewater. The plan finally settled and has quadrupled the size, giving the
property of the Cottage Grove Fruit
I dent of Mosby creek country, now a upon by the Asset Company is to sur prospective county seat of the possible
That banner floating to the breeze company because of its inability to
• • •
resident of Tacoma, and traveling vey a road from Eugene to Coos Bay, Nesmith county a medium_fbr the con
across Main street means something.
Sales - Promptly - Effected.
via Siuslaw and the Umpqua River; Se
‘Parade, noise, rags, New Year’s-Eve. poses to re-incorporate the concern for
Commercial club Monday, informally. cure the right of way for the whole dis town and the owner.”
No cops. By order of Rough House $3,000, and in a circular letter offers
Office corner Main and Second Sts.,
former shareholders the, first opportun Among other things Mr. Hopkins said tance and terminal facilities at both
one block west of depot. ’Phone Main
Should Have Support.
Mrs. S. S. Sigel and daughter Miss
northwest, and being interested in apple otherwise, townsites at all convenient Nesmith county, being a part of the
Gladys, of Portland, after a visit at ty is valued at about $5,000.
northern part of Douglas county and
places, and, when these things are ac
Jhehomffof Mrs. Sigel’s father, W. B.
S. E. WALLACE
Game Warden Reports.
gation of the industry, and considered complished, to build a railroad from the the southern part of Lane county, is
Andrews, went to Cottage Grove this
State Game Warden Stevenson, in his this locality the equal of any in which
asking for county division under the
terminals as far as the money possible
afternoon to visit relatives.—Guard.
annual report, transmitted to Governor apples may be successfully grown on a
name of Nesmith county. So far as we
J. E. Bowers of Zitla, Wash., con Benson on December 1, shows an unex large scale. The growers of Hood River, to obtain will permit, says The Guard. understand the situation, it ought to
templates locating near Cottage Grove pended balance of $30,352. Deputies and other sections/ where great success
have the support of every voter.—Free
Topics for Discussion.
in the spring, and wants The Sentinel were paid $20,677, and the total num has been attained, majr attribute that
Chimneys, Fire Places and
to keep posted on the country.
ber of arrests for violations of the law success not alone to soil and climatic theme tonight, “The Gospel Disci
Repairing a Specialty
Enjoy a Holiday. 1
The first of the week E. G. Young & was
199. It is probable that one or conditions, but to the care taken of the ples. ” Tomorrow night he will discuss
The rural mail carriers were given a
Company shipped 60,000 pounds of i more fish hatcheries will be built with I trees. The orchards there are carefully “Sowing and Reaping,” and Sunday
day of rest, and a chance to eat turkey Cottage Grove,
I sprayed and pruned, and the soil given morning “Constancy of Well Doing.”
dressed turkeys. One full car went to I the money left over.
with their families on Christmas.
Johnson & Co.
WE WED 10 IKON BIDS
Come and See Ils
Beaulieu & Woodard
Brick ¿Cement Work