The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current, December 16, 1921, Image 1

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Cntîanr (Brmw ^»rnttnrl
GrrateM Relief in New Schedule Is
Dividends From Chamber of Commerce Oregon, Particularly This Section, Is
A party of no. rry rev <Jers hi<««l
for the .Small User of
'j themselves and a varied nn<’1 dis
Efforts Exceed Amount Put
iu the Bv'Mt Condition of Any
il corde nt ns*»»rtm«*nt <»f tin imn-* and 1
Power ind Light.
Into the Organixstion.
Part of the Uuiou.
1 he public s«*rv ire commission has
issued its order in it.* hearing on rates
to be charged by the Cott Mgr Gru'e
Ek rtric company.
Th<- order puts into effect a rrduc
tiou of rates, but as a page* un» miss
mg from the order as received here it
is iiu|*oMsitde to state what these rates
are. They ure aimed, however, to give
relied to the »mall user of light and
power. It ua* found by the com
nussiou that the emergency rates which
have Been effective iinj»osed a burden
U|a»n the small u*-r, while reducing
the rate of the large user and were
thus unscientific and discriminatory
li'd did not serve» to give the» power
company a very greatly increased in
The commission found that during a
nine iiic>uth ¡»enod, which included the
time the electric company’s source <»f
cheap fuel supply was rut off, the'
o|s raticois were at a loss of about
$5o<». while the cheap fuel with which
the company* is now supplied will ef
feet a saving of $u,lMMi. thus making
it iiussible for the* n>ni)iai)i to operate
at a profit at the reduced nites, which
the oHiiUnsMoii has ordered to become-
effective on 18*reinl»er 2l).
i on m sw
ma de no findi ngs as
to the municqtal rate here but ex
prrs*.J a willingn«»* to send a rep
r« »»-iitati\e here whenever a new con
tract betwe<‘U the city and the coni
pauy is up for consideration.
The valuation of the power com
puny s property, for rate making pur
js.». ». 1» *« t at $79.5ou 42.
The order direrts that all large con
sumrrs of power be placed on meter*
and that all users be placed on meters
within two year*.
Th«* portion <»f the rate srheshile
which app-ar* in th. incomplete order
show* that th«’ schedule is a rather
rum plicated one for the ordinary in
dividual to understand.
An amended order will be at once
filed by the commission an«] The Sen
tine] will, in its next issue, publish
the entire schedule of rates.
Put a Bed Cross seal on each of your
Christinas letters.
Give« Good Advice to Others as to
How to Keep from Coming
Afoul of the Law.
K F. Bl.xcm. state traffic officer,
visited thi* sectiuu Friday and iiu
pressed u|"«n three motor car ojwrutun»
the xW|»ortuD<e of obeying the- traffic
law s.
Ernest K. Short, who gave his ad
«ires* as Tyw«*e, ¡»aid $15 for the spurt
of hitting 4u mil«-» «»u the paving in
P:«-» creek 'auyuu.
William Kh<x* maker paid $5 for fail
ure tv huV’ his »¡»eedoineter in Work
ing order on a fur hire car.
Carl E. Burkett ¡mid $5 for failure
tv have a mirror on a truck.
Mr. Blouin called attention to home
oi the uiu't num«-ruus law violation*
by drivers of motor v«hodrs.
Failure to dim light.* is a frequent
infraction of law, whn-h r»-«-«»gnizes no
such thing as a non glare light, t ar*
mu*t be equipped with dimmers a nd
mu*t use them when signalled to do
so. Cars not equipped with dimmers
may use a -put light on the left side
of car and then extinguish headlights
when signalled to dim.
Truck.* carrying only one light,
whether in the center of the ear or
Dot, arc not complying with the law.
Ail ear« of four wheels must have two
lights, one un each side of th«- rar.
Motorcycles comply with the law when
carrying on«- light, with dimmer equip­
Vehicles which are not mot or v» hick»*
ar»- required to carry a light on left
-*«j« of vehicle so placed as to be vis
ibi«- from front aud rear to approach
, . g vehicb’«.
P»-<1» stnans are required to take left
hand side of road, su as to !»»■ on the
same -id»- of road an vehicles approach
ing from ahead.
' other uois»' proibire«, t«» th»« Kn«»x
¡»lace cast of the city Friday eve-
mug for the piirpus«« of holding a
charivari for Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Beidlvr, newlyweds. The coil pie re
upended not to the noisy rec«'pl ion,
*«• the nngh’adi’rs dt'cided to enter
the home and coni|M'l the attendance
of the newlyweds. I’pon their entry
they found only the dog at home.
1 he new ly w ed* had Ix’en forewarned
a lol ha»l tx taken t h<*mse)v es else
where for th«* night, b«‘ing comfort
ably domiciled where they could s«*e
t I d - revelers noisily pass by on their
way to the charivari and quietly*
and «lisconsolately return from th«*
unfruitful revel.
Had Been Resident Here fur 25 Years
Before Moving to Eugene
Two Years Ago.
James E. Ostraruler, whaae sutklon
I death occurretl in F^ugen«* at 4 o'clock
Sumlay afternoon, was for 25 vears a
I resident of this city, moving to Eu
gene two year* ago. He had v-¡sited
I h« re only a few «lays i»cforv his death
and seemed at that tune tu the best
of health. He went to the home of his
i.*iuglitt r, Mr*. Manon \ catch, w host*
i h<>m«- was only a few blocks from his
’own. »hurtly Indore nuon Bunday. Mrs.
' \ • atch, who was upstairs at home
1 alone, heard somtMinc enter and in a
• few minutes h«-ard groaning.
making an investigation *hr found her
father in an unconscious condition.
Me«!ical aid was calh-d ami he rallied
from th«’ attack. which
was heart
trouble, but suffered another attack
in th«’ afternoon, from which h«‘ did
not recover.
Mr. O*traudcr came here from Min
uesota and engaged in th»' barber busi
j nes*. which he followed Up to the time
i of h-aving here. Hi* brother Roy was
I unev a ¡tartner with him, ns was also
1^ K. lxMHg, now a mcmlx’r of th»'
j firm of Hpruy, Long k Cruson. While
here Mr. Ostrander was n prominent
bilk and Knight of Pythias.
Mr. Ostrander was 71 years of age.
H«- was burn at Grant Kock. Ill.
I The widow survives and two «laugh
t»-r*, Mrs. Marion V« atch, of Eugene,
amt Mr*. Chari« s Humphrey, of Astoria.
Wnu <»-trand«-r. uf this ritv, is a sur
viving brother. Oth«r siarviving broth
er* and sisters are 11 t-nrv M, I a .~
\ng.l.-*; John Q., En« irrlin, X. D.;
Enoch A!., Devil’* Lak<f. N. O.; Roy
Port Orford, Or«’.; Mn Hom. r
T«»wn, Glasgow, Mont.;
Mr-I. R. H.
Hav«kes. Bi nglutin! on. N . Y., i!U'«j Mr*.
<’. E. Br«x>k*. W«-b.*ter, :■ l>.
Th«- funeral was h«4«l••«•lay hf
!«•: ■.«»on al Etig*-n« . R« ». « rn. 'M..It
Case officiating. The Elk* I«
¡•barg«- <»f t he *«*rv ><*«*s at the mauso
I b-uni. The ¡«ulllM’arvrs wcre Charl«-»
I \ anl»« tiburg. J. S. Medley , L R. Ix»ng,
(ieorgr M«-<^u«’»*n, E. C. ix>»-kwu»»d and
! Walter G. Hauser.
Put a B«*«l Cross s»*nl on »»ach of your
Christinas letten«.
Both Men Have Wrestled Champion
Walter Miller Two Hour*
to a Draw.
Ralph Hand, favont»* of th»* Cuttag»’
Grove wrestling fans ami contender fur
th»- middh-w eight c ham pi o nah ip, will
iu»-«*t Young HackviischuiiiJt, of Kj«o
1 kan«-, h» r«- Haturday night. Both of
the th»»« lie u hav« wrestled Champion
| Miller two h«»ur* to a draw and have
ui«-t uthvr of th»* b«-st m«-n in the inol
1 dieweight mill h»’Mvier ebtss«*«. The
I match will b«- for two tails out of
three, Police GaZ4*tte rules.
Harkensrhinidt is here and ran b»*
s»*en working out evening» in Moo*»’
ha IL, where th«’ match will be held.
Hand will mttrt Professor Kmthe at
Gold Hill un Drcemlx’r 23.
On Boturday night’s card a prrlim-
TO MRS J N. HOGUE i inary between lis-jil m> n will be put
un at 8:30 and th»* main event will
Ixrndou, Or»-., Dre. 12.— (Bj«erial to start at 9.
The Hentinel.
Mr*. J. N. Hogue, of
London, died 1 >e«-«’inb»*r *5 at IjOrane, ELKS COMMITTEE WILLING
following a brief i lines». The fureral
was held Bunday at Jjondon, the s»r
vices being conducted by Cecil Rob
The Elks romtnitter, which, upon
Int»Tm»-nt was in the B»*ini* th»* ♦•ndonM’inf’nt ami solicitation of thr
«•» met»-ry at jxjudon.
« -hamber of romim-r«-»-, is l«M»king
.Mrs. Hogiw left about three weeks after tb»* benevulenr«’« for th»* city,
before her death to visit relatives and iwill r«’cpive rofitributions froui thosr
friends at fx»rane.
After a week *» w isbing to give Christ ma« rhrer to
visit at the home of her nephew, others, a-« well ns attend to the dis
Charles Marlow, she had gone to the tribut ion of gifts to th»»*«- in nred.
home of George Powell, where she WHS Tl»** Elks commit ter dors not usuaiiy
ueerpt a charge from th»- cornmunity
takes ill.
The buslmnd is thr only immediate but this year it was urg»*»l by thr
«hamber of ronim»*rce to do su, thr
surviving relative.
'lir»-«-îors sering in
im-thod of
Roxanna E. Pierce was born in ibamlling l>rnrvolriir»>M un opportunity
T« nnes*«’e July 2, lWi, moved to JI to simplify th»* work ami avoid «lupli-
linui* when a small child, thence with ¡cation of effort.
her parents to Texas, when- she mar
Any im-mb»-r of thr eommittrr will
fi»d (j. W. How»* in 1878. They lived Inrrept contributions ami r»«*rivr in
in Texas, Oklahoma and Colorado, {formation relative to tinsse in nrrd,
came to Oregon in F» bruary, 1903, » but C. A. Bartrll, b«-rausr of ronvrn
located at or near Mob 11 m and came to M’iirr of location, ha» brrn gi vrn
ix/ndon in November of that year. ♦ harge of this pnrt of thr work.
Mr. H«»we dud about three weeks later. i Th»- Elks eommittrr is as follows:
Bh» returned to Texas for a time, re Ed. Tultar, C. A. Bartrll, J. F. Mc
turned and was united in marriage to Farland, Ed. W’illsoti, Gworg»* Hawb-y
J. N. Hogue January 15, 1908. Bli • ¡and W. H. Ostramhr.
wa* a mi-mh-r of the Church of Christ
Bb«- was aged 65 years, 5 mouth«, 0
The Bestioni nauta the new*.
That the establishment of a milling
industry uf greater mag mt ml«- than
any uuvv established in thi* sct'lion is
a probability for Collage Grow was a
Muti-iuent made by C. M. Nhinu at th«*
ujK’u turuiu ot the chmuls-r uf rum
in« rc«- Tu«’.*day evening. A larg«’ hold
mg of timber uw nni by eastern capital
is tu I m * th«* source ut supply for such
an industry, accnrding to Mr. Shinn.
C. J. Kem, presi«l«*iil of the chamber,
outhm-d briefly some uf th«* things a
« hamb«*r can and should do, but winch
it i* impOMsible fur th«' ufticrra to ar
«*umplish witlmut th«* actiw int«*rvst uf
the m«-mtx r>hip, fur which h«* ap
¡wale«!. Srcrvtary Miller gaw a bri«-t
»ketch uf a few uf th«* things which
the chamber alr«*a«iy has dune.
Another s|»«-aker r»*i«rrr«i tu th«- ini
|M>rlauce uf th«- cunncry l«> th«* rum
muiiity aud ral)«-«l attention to th«* fact
that the cannery was nut th«* result
of a few days’ work, but came only
after several years uf «'ffort, ami
which returns tu the cuuimumty every
year several tlines the amount |»ut into
ih«‘ chamber uf «-umniercr.
Thr autu ¡»ark, upm which th«« ex
¡ m ’B s «* has been ueghgtblr, was rc
teired tu as another r«*sult uf chamber
«»f comiuer««- effort which is l*aying
div idends iu vxi’rss uf ail the money
¡»ut into the chamber uf cummercr.
Th«- buikhng uf a stun«’ church, jw-r
h:q»s nut in th«- immediate future, but
certainly within n few years, was
stated by Rev. A. R. Bpraruw to I m *
«»!««• of the thing» to result fruni thr
spirit which the community is dis
¡»laying hi siip|M»rting th«* work which
the church represent*.
Thr mal«« chorus uf thr Presbyterian
church O}M*n«*d th«' program with a
vocal number.
A social evening followed the furuni
Ori'goa is tinlay in the best financial
««unlittun of any state in thr union.
(’«ittage Grove is hi th«* s«*ctiuii of
On-gon which tmlay has the fewest
tiiiNiK-ial worrit«.**.
Kaiiroatl rnt«*s ar<* coining down tu
pre war levels and pros|n*rity uf the
Cottage Grove's
greal«*st asset, is certain tu fallow.
A great luturr is in stun« !«»r Cot
tag«« Grow and Oregon.
lottag«« Grove : d Oregon should cn
courage in«lii*try uy piaciug as few
burdens as ¡«ussibiu U| n » ii them.
Thr sjh -i.«hug uf millions m Oregon
by tin* reclamation servic«- is th«* big
ge.»i thing ot recent years for Oregon.
Almost thr entire east wishes to vis
h Oregon and* to lucat«« in Oregon or
s«>mt* other i*a«*ific northwest state,
lit«* t'rtirist «-r«»p is going to be a must
plot i«abl«* « nr.
I’iie libov«* is a t:ibh»i«l report of th«’
talk mini«’ by G«’orge Quayle, secretary
<»f the state « Humber of coinuivsrcc, at
a mtuiiiiav luncheon given in his honor
Monday at Hotel Bartell, at which
iin-mlMTs of the chamber of commerce
wer<« gu«*sts.
Mr. Quay io has recently visited many
.»late.» uf th«* union, lie fouini that,
« oinpurat iv ely speaking, we have little
gr«»un«l for complaint ut any kind und
it i* his ¡M'licf that, with »teady', con
»«•rv at iv«’, yet const ructiv ely progr«-s
sivr leadership, we .»hall furg«* steadily
toward front rank in the galaxy uf
W. C. Johnson, who lias trail*
ferred his activitiea and hi* nuliaut
countenance tu Turlock, Calif., find*
that his countenance cannot continue
to rutliale without regular visita uf
the live wire newspaper. He say*
the sun shine* there nil «lay and
the ni<>on nil night. He say* sumo
thing about feasting ou orange* und
grauefruit but i* not explicit iu
explaining whether the sun und
mouu or lie i* doing the feasting on
the luscious fruit.
He say* orang«** are selling nt 50
rents th«« box in the orchard* ami
that all fruit is cheap, while bread
costs mure than in Cottage Grove.
He says they live mostly un climate,
so that the problem of living is
greatly simplified. Mr. Johnson i*
employed in a warehouse and say*
he ha«l tu learn tu tulk Jup and
Hugo in order to hold the ■ job.
Conservative Estimate Shows That
These Figures Are Low, Bather
Than Too High.
Payroll of About $8000 the Year Will
Come Through Organization
of Military Unit.
This city is to have a uvichine gun
eompuiiy ut once, word to that vfivrt
huviug been received Munduy by the
chamber of commerce from Adjutant
General White, who already hud prom
isud Cottage Grove the next orguuizu
lion to be authorized fur Oregon and
who took, the matter up with the war
dvpurtiumt while in Washington re
cently. He was ut that tune promised
either one or two infantry cumpuni«-.»
lor the state and at once informed the
interested ones here that they could
expect one uf these within 30 days.
The adjutant general promised this
city u machine gun company in cas«?
one should be allotted tu th«1 stat«*, but
the first definite word receive«! by
the chamber of commerce that a cum
puny would be placed here was to th«’
effect that it would be a rifle cum
Becretury Miller immediately
gut into communication with the ad
jutnnt general’s office, insisting that
the machine gun organization be sent
here, aud the adjutant general agreed
that such would be done.
January V is the date for mustering
The first detail to be carried out to
secure the company is to get the r»«
quired number of enlistments. E. C.
Spray has been selected to perform
this part of the work and has secured
«piite a number oi names for th««
muster roll, although signatures hav««
not come in us rapi«J!y as wished.
Seventy-five names is the number dr
The presence? of a company here will
mean a payroll of something like $8000
a year. This city always lias taken a
prominent part in military affairs and
it is thought there will be little trouble
in signing the required number of men.
That Cottag«* Grove’* roads average
better than the roa<ls uf any com
muMtiy vi th«- Mate of like imjiortane«*
an<l even b«»ttrr than the roads of
, many comraunitirs greater in iinj»urt
ante, was th«- »talemcnt mad«* by* J. R.
| McKy, county road supvrintendviit,
while a visitor in th«* city Friday in
<»>mpany with ('ouiity Kngim’ir Mors«'*.
This «'ondition is due in ¡»art to thr
j fact that Pacific highway has been
¡hard *urfu<*<*«l both north and south
from the city and also tu th«* fact that
in»»st of th«- roads uf this section hav«*
! Iw-eii in rxist«-iicc fur a half century
or longer ami through constant up
keep and u*o during that time now
have roadbeds that arc firmly s«-t aud
Put a Red Cross *»«*al on" each of your u|M>n which th«* county and road dis
(’hristmas letters.
tricts have put a goo«i surface.
Tourists spent something above $30,
UUO in Cottage Grove dining the past
y« ar lor food, clothing, g&soliue, oil,
automobile repair aud miscellaneous
it« iu.», which show* that the tourist
crop 1.» worth developing.
1 his statement is baaed on un es­
timate that 5000 persons stopped in
the auto eninp during the past *«’ason
and use uf the estimate uf the North
west Tourist association that tourists
»¡•«•lid un average uf $6 to the person
each «lay.
Incomplete rvcorils kept at the park
indicate that 2200 cars registered there
during th«« season, so that the estimate
of 5000 ¡HTsuns seems a conservative
one. These figures do not take into
consideration the large number who
passed through the city without stop­
ping over night but many of whom
made purchases here, nor of those who
stopped nt hotels, so that the estimate
of $30,000 .»¡H’ut by the tourists prob­
ably is well under the amount actually
Eugene figures that it* return from
tourists on 6,527 ears was $250,000.
With a third as many car* in the camp
here, and using the Eugene method of
figuring, and Eugene »ays its figures
ar«’ conservative, w«* should have re
ecuived $83,000 from the tourists who
u»«*«l the caiup lu re, demonstrating fur
ther that onr figures are under, rather
than over.
Beginning August 2, a fee of 25
rents a day was charged. This brought
a return of $195.25, aiding materially
in the upkeep of the park, where about
$10O0 was sj»ent for improveinciit* dur­
ing the year tinder the supervision of
th«« chamber uf «*oinm»’r<*«>. The best
|M«rtiun of th«« sra.»«in was gone before
th«- charg»’ Ix’cain«’ «-ffective. It is rs
timut«*<l that n«-xt y«*ar the returns
! rorn !••• - will b«* $5**0 or more. Often
mor** than 40 ears s|»eiit the night in
i he «amp. Th«’ ramp was clo*ed for
the season about two weeks ago on
account of th«- condition of th«* ground
during tin* wet weather.
Put a Re«| Cross s«’al on each of your INTELLIGENT INFORMATION
Christinas letters.
Put a Reti Cross seal un each of your
Christmas letter*.
Legion Auxiliary Elects.
The American legion auxiliary has
. lertrd the following officers: Mrs. W.
J. White, president; Mrs. H. W. Titus,
vie«» ¡»resident; Mr». G. B. Pitcher,
I M’cr««tary t r> usurer.
The luime was
Put a Red Cross seal on each of your | ehangrd at the annul meeting from the
Christmas letters.
I women** auxiliary to th«* oue now*
I used.
Second Station for This City to Go County Superintendent Finds That for
in Near Standard Oil Com
Its Importance This Section Has
pany ’fi Station.
Fine Highways.
This city is tu have a Union Oil
«listributing station. The company al
ready ha» taken an opliun uj<uu the
Mr«. Barah Harms pru|»erty at th«*
! • -urn« r ul Sixth street and Quincy
j avenue, l't rmissiun has been ask« d uf
ihe city cuuucil tu cross Quincy avenue
with a sidetrack.
It is understood
that this < uiujmny cun templates th«* in
¡stallatiun of acwrai tanks and a di*-
’tributing .»tatioii modern m every way.
This will give Cottage Grove two
¡distributing siatiiin», thr Btandar«! Oil
t having established on«* hen* several
I years ago, nhu> on Quincy awnue, a
¡block east uf the lu«atiun pi»*k«*d by
ihe I nion Oil ¡»*upk*.
Salt-man's Tourist cafe wa.» entered
by burglar* Munday night. Mr. Kalts
mat« believ«*» that the intruders thought
tiny knew where th«’ cash was kept.
Non«* had 1 m *«’H left iu th»* place, how
«•ver, su that th«’ burglar» gut nothing.
A thorough »earch of th»- plac»» was
mad»-, as was quite evident from the
disturbed condition of things Tu«’*day
morning, but nothing has b«»-n misse«!.
No cbir tu the thieve« has bt*en
found but it is thought they were local
¡M’opk*. Eijtraioe was gained through
a rear window', from which all finger
marks mad»- by the intrud«*rs had le-en
remove«!, on»- uf th«* rest an runt ’* towels
iM’ing us«-»l for th»« purpose.
Thi* city has often set an example
for otlu-r cities of th».’ state. Again
tin* ha» happened. Th«’ officer* of the
Mothers club have rec«-ived an inquiry
from Oswego asking fur detailed infor ,
mat ion a* to how the wuint-n here set
about th»’ establishment of a r«’*t room.
The Wfimen of Oswego, having r«*nd
account* in th** nrwspajM-rs of how the
rest room was *ucc4,«»*fully »*stablish»-d
here, wish tu go and do likewise.
Eastern 8tar Elect*.
Cot tag»* Grove chapter, Eastern Star,
has elected the following offnM-rs:
Worthy Matron, Mrs. Bertie Durham;
worthy putrun, Charh*s Beidler; asso
ciate matron, E. Adelle White; con
ductress, Inez Whit»*; associate con
duetress, Mrs. Blanch»* Short; se»-r«'
tary, Mrs. Ma ixl Kmith; treasurer,
Mrs. \ rima Barrel.
The following »jffirer* huvi* been ap
¡Mjinted: Mrs. Glennie Frost, chaplain;
Mrs. P».nrl«- L'mphrey, marshal; Mrs.
J» »si«- Matthews, warden; Mrs. Malx-I
H«-lli well, Ada; Mrs. Jrimi«- Beidb-r,
Ruth; Mrs. Olive Bede, Esther; Mrs.
lAjrik* Titus, Martha; Mrs. Emma
A'lains, Electa; Mrs. Della Richinon»),-
organiat; L. L. Barrel, s» ntinel.
Royal Arch Elects.
Th«* Royal Arch chapter of Mason*
has »•l«*rfr«l th«- following offi«’» rs: T.
C. Wh»’»’l« r, E. H. P.; Geo. O. Knowh-s,
king; Andrew Brand, scribe; K. K.
J. F. Bpray, who has b«*»’ii in and
»»ut uf busimtsM her«« several times, has
disposed uf his f<«’<!, ¡Miultry supplies
an<l flour bu.-mess to K. Clayj»«»ol, a
recent arrival from Montana.
Claypool intends for the present to
conduct th«- business oil about th«- Deed, Evidently Premeditated. Enacted
-am«* liiii-s on which Mr. Bpray ha.*
During Few Momenta Son Is
r«>ii<ju<*t»’d it.
He has given it th«*
Down Town.
fiarii«*, Economy F’««-d Btor«*.
Mr. Kpray has not announe«-«! futur«*
¡»la ns.
Presumably despondent because of ill
health, Carl Alsted, one ul the ix*sl
known uf the older resident* of the
TO FEW DAYS ILLNESS city, took his own life shortly aft«-r
noon yc*ter«iay. FJvidenlly the deed
M k . Eth. l M oody, of Rnginaw, died had Ix-uii ¡ hi iued*tat»?d. His son An
• uriy Bunday morning following a chor had gun»,* to town for a i«-w min
brief illness.
Th«’ funeral was held ut»-s. As soon as th« son was gon«*,
Tnew«lay from Mills chajs’l In-re, Rev. Mr. Alstcd took the gun with which
B. Hamrick uffi»-iafing.
Mis* Moody he i.’iided hi* life, walked out on th«?
wa* a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. ¡M»r<b, sal «low ii on the couch, placed
C. Moody. Bln* was Ixirn in North ihe niuzzl«- inside his mouth and find.
Carolina and cam«- to Oregon 11 years D«ath was instantaneous. A neighbor
ago with her parents. Bh<‘ was 23 y«-nrs probably was the only willies* of the
of age. Fiv«* brother* an<! two sisters i ragedy and it was enacted so quickly
she had no opport unity tu summon aid
surv ive.
to prevent it.
Mr. Aisled, who hn<l been for many
years a respected citizen of the com
DEATHS ARE ONLY TWO «nuiiity, was in th»; employ of the
Southern Pacific railway for some 40
All birth record* for thi* district years. Ho worked many years as a
probably wer«* broken during Novi’iu bridge builder, later ns a trackwalker
ber, when 17 were record» d. Of th«-*«' at Harrisburg and later ns caretaker
10 w«-re mule* and 7 f«-mal»s. Th«* of the grounds ut the station here.
Mr. Alsted was burn in N»’*tved,
di-aths w « t «’ two, both male*. D«?cein
ber already has a goo»l start to equal Denmark, December 7, 1847, ami had
just passed his seventy fourth birthday
the number of births for lu*t month.
anniversary. H»- married Mis* Chris
tina Madsen nt Burlington, In. The
ENTIRELY SATISFACTORY widow und the son ure the only sur
viving relative*.
The funeral will be held nt 2:30 to
It i* antiripctted by Dr. B. R. .lob,
<-ity health officer, that the only r«' morrow afternoon from th«1 chapel,
maining quarantine enn lx* rained dur with the Elks lodge, of which Mr.
mg th«* early jiart of next week. No Alsted was u member, in charge. The
new caw«-* have dev«-lope»j «luring th»« body will be taken tu Portluiid Bunday
past two weeks, so that th»* situation for cremation.
is entirely satisfactory and the scare
is practically over.
Shy Huntington Marries Bliss Hill.
Charles (Kliy)
HunHngton, h»?ad
«■ouch of football at th«’ University of
Two Traffic Violators.
A transient who pass« <i through dur Ori’gon, and Miss Hallie Hills, dnugh
ing th«’ night left $1 with th»- night ter of Mr. and Mr*. J. B. Hills, of
p«j)ic«*man to pay for a tag which th«? Onkridge, were quietly marri«-«] Decern
cop ha«l placed on th«’ car for ov«*r ber 10 at th«’ home of Dr. and Mr*.
W. C. Bebhan in Bpringffold. Rev. E.
staying the jmrking limit.
Another «*ar wa* tagged beenuMc of V. Htiver*, pastor of the First Chris
motor running while the rar was un tian church of Eugene, officiated. The
attended. The operator has not yet bride is a Bieter uf Mrs. Isbell* dtvw
Mills, C. of H.; Worth Harvey, treas­
appeared in police court.
urer; Gottfried Graber, secretary.
art, of Bow Biver.
Put a Red Cross seal on each of your
Christmas letters.
Secretary Quayle, of 8tate Chamber.
Says Oregon Must Not Allow
Taxes to Mount Higher.
In the event that 44Oregon 1925’’
becomes a r«?ality, Cottage Grove
may easily cxp»?ct 1000 cars to stop at
its municipal camp grounds every
night during the time ath«n»laijc<« is at
its height. This is an unofficial state
me nt made by George Quayle, seer«’
tary of th»’ state < hamix«r of commerce,
a statement made as stating a fact
and not ns indicating the attitude of
th«« state chamber, which he stated is
taking no part in tin? promotion of the
xposition. lie stated that the linn*
has arrive«! when it is imperative that
we hea«l off advancing taxation and
not allow our condition to beconi»? as
bad as that of neighboring states,
where the tax rate is higher than it is
her««. He said that it is for tin? people
to decide whether or not the increase»!
tax for the fair is a method for an
eventual reduction of taxation.
Mr. Quayle was in the city Monday.
Officials of tin« fire department urge
th«»*»’ turning in alarms to lx? certain to
give information upon th«‘se three
p«>iiits: Num»* of person whos»« prop­
erty is on fir»?, name of street and
general location.
Often the depart
inent has gone to a wrong location and
wasted time in gelling to the fir«« be
cause of carelessness in giving the
fu’ci-ssnry information in turning in an
n Inrin.
Th»* City market is roniph’ting tin-
installation of a show window front,
which will enable it to «lisjday its
wares ♦ «> the public, giving Ihe place
quite a modern an«! up to date ap
pt'Arance. This eslnblishment is gri’atly
extending its business and entering ex
lensively into tin- packing business.
— twenty years ago one of th«?
best known names in national
a«lvertising was James Pylu’s
Pearline. The advertising had
run continuously since 1873.
—in 1907, th«« concern having
passed into the hands of an
estate, the trustee* saw an
opjiortuiiity by which they coiihl
save many hundreds of dollars
by cutting out the advertising.
—Pearline lost favor rapidly and
in 1914 tried to come back.
Bcveral hundred thousand dollars
were *p«*nt, which amount
would have made a considerable
«lent on the market for a new
product, but. Pearline was not a
iK W product. It was trying to
com«; back, which is infinitely
more difficult, and it did not
—another nationally known
produet stopped advertising
for one y<ar—and it took from
five t«j »even years to regain
the volum«« it lost.
—a m«?rchant can buihl up a
splendid business with permstent
advertising. But few who once
become a<lverti»er* ever follow
in the footsteps of Pearline.