The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current, December 23, 1921, Image 1

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VOLUME XXXII
MANY ENLIST IN MACHINE
GUN COMPANY
More Than Half of Required Membei
ship Already Recruited; Business
Men Offer Cooperation.
AND
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OOTTAGE
GROVE
LEADER
COTTAGE GROVE, LANE COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1921
WINSTOCK COMMENTS ON
ARMAMENT CONFERENCE
Melvin G. Winstork, Oregonian of
long standing, was in Cottage Grove
Wednesday on business and called on
'Pile Nentinel long enough to touch
briefly on his great hobby “The
I.imitations of Armnnent Conference.”
Mr. W instock, since October 1, has
delivered addresses on this subject in
Portland, Beattie, Tacoma, Billingham,
Eugene, Corvallis and many other
cities, and he r< gretted that time did
not |x*rmit i
•’ilr<»ss nt Cottage
Grove.
said, “that cost
“Aft-.
w
■ tween 35 anil 40
in l-.in..
is
ini’.’
' - i .. weunded and missing
■ gold; that incredibly
i< th .’.itional debt of every
• !.<*■ world; that has placed
Ui«i»< a ra Hie burdens on the barks of
plain p i, ..¡v everywhere, nations for
1921 2. have appropriated still further
billions for armies anti navies.
•‘Our couutry seeks to make a be-
ginning toward the promotion of peace
and the
tin* reductions of these bark
breaking taxes mid penalties. Germany
is requested to pay for her sins but
$900,000,000 a year for 50 years as
her indemnity.
We, who have com
mitted no international crime, this
year spend twice that sum for military
and naval expense.
Continuance of
this procedure is a crime against the
people.
“And yet we have men in the land,
who for partizan political purposes an­
nounce violent opposition to the ratifi
cation of the four nation agreement.
“The good citizen of Cottage Grove
can jHifonn no higher act of patriot
isin or human service than not only
to approve America’s course but to
frown- down on every effort to
divide our country’s sentiment on this
st upendous work. ’ ’
’’Uncle Burne” Veatch, Resident of
Cottage Grove Country 68 Years,
P asses Beyond in Ninety-fourth Y ear
KIDDIES ENJOY SNOW;
OLDER FOLK SHIVER
The kiddies are having a grand nnd
glorious time this week.
With the
temperature hovering about th«* freez
ing point every night, mid not rising
near far enough in daytime to meet
the approval of Webfooters, nnd with
almost enough show on the ground for
consting, the youngsfers, most of whom
have only a bowing acquaintance with
this variety of weather, have been
having the time of their young lives
while older folk, muffled in ninny
clothes and shivering, pray for the
warm drizzle and the balmy spring
atmosphere that belongs io Oregon.
BiniiH fruits nnd vegetables, which
had been continuing blithely upon their
way to Cottage Grove tables, and
flowers and plants which had flour
ish<’«l throughout th«* fall and winter,
have succumbed to the frost king, and,
should th<» present temperature con­
tinue much longer, the strident voice
of th«» ice skater anil the thwack of
th«' ho<’k«‘y Mtii'k will b«» heard in the
land.
TI dt «! has been very lit th» snow. Th«'
teiripi’intiir«» for the past week has
b<’«’n ns follows:
Min. Max.
39
Friday................................................ 24
29
36
Natur«iay..................
22
37
Nil inlay.....................
32
Mo in lay..................... ........................ 25
27
Tuesday................... ...................... 20
Wt’dnesdav.............. ........ ............... 1!»
25
NEW ELECTRIC RATES MAY
NOT BE USED
Local
Light and Power Company
May Voluntarily Inaugurate
Lower Schedule.
A iniichmu gun unit of maximum
The Bentinei hud intended this week
“Uncle Burne” Veatch, one of the
strvug th is the goal si’l by E. C. Nprny,
to publish u comprehensive statement
best known and most highly esteemed
cnhsling officer, and those iissuciaivd
of the new electric light and ¡ h * w « t
citizens of the community and a res
with him in the organization of a
rates ordered by the public nerv ice
¡«lent of the Cottage Grove country fo
military company fur Collage Grove,
compiiMsion.
Upon preparing such u
mor«1 than 68 years, passed away n
to attain which they must secure the
statement, however, it found that, in
the home of his daughter, Mrs. E. 8
applications of SO men.
Nixty eight
Home iiibtauces the rates were not only
Holderman, at 3:30 o’clock Nunduy nf
is all that is reguired tor the minimum
not lower than former rates but
ternoi n, following n partial stroke of
streuglh, but Mr. Nprny does not in
had been, in some instances, actually
paralysis which he suffered some ten
tend to stop al that number.
More
raised, notably in the rates for ¡»owcr
days
before.
»Surrounded
by
his
chil
­
than half the required number have
anil fur commercial cooking ou a
dren and grandchildren he went |»ence
airvudy beeu recruited.
metered basis.
fully and painfully out u | h > ii the long
Bergen nt Frank J. Jirtik, of th«’ ad
The situation was presented to the
long trail at the ripe old age of 93
jutant general’s office in Nalcni, was
officials of the electric company, who
years, 1 month, X days.
in the city Tuesday tu assist the local
stated that they were dissatisfie«i with
Harvey Clnyburnc Veatch was born
recruiting staff in its work nnd in a
the situation anil really wished for a
November 10, 1X2X, nt Enfield, White
halt hour informal iueeling at Ainerl
reduction in rates. The Nvntinel sug
county, 11)., nnd crossed the plains in
can Legion hall met with about thirty
gested that if a reduction were the
1X53 in tin* train of »Samuel Bari on
representative Cottage Grove business
desire it was within the power of the
Knox, whose daughter, Margaret Jane
nun, who endorsed th«* movement nnd
company itself to initiate such reduc
Knox, he married on Christ mas eve,
pledged their cooperation.
tion, the rates set by the commission
1X54, and they made their home on
Discussing the benefits Io members
being maximum rates only. Manager
Mr. Veatch’s homestead a mile nnd a
of the orgninzation and to i he com
Nhinn seemed to be of the opinion that
hrilf from Cottag«» Grove. Eight < hit
iiiutiity Nerguaiit Jirak dwelt li j »Oli its
such a reduction could not be initiated
«Iren were born to them, seven of
social and athletic activities alpi said
without giving notice of 30 «lays to
whom survive. They nre Snmuel P„
that it would bring in $SU00 to $10,000
the commission and immediately ar­
of Portland; Oliver ()., of this city
a year, th«* pay for a half hours drill
ranged with Mayor Knowles to make
Mrs. Rosetta Miller, of Walla Walia,
being: for private, $1; first class
a trip with him to Nalem to have a
Wash.; Mrs. W. V. McGee, of Albany;
private, $1.17; < orj»ornl, $1.27; sergeant,
session with the public service com
Must Have the Best.
Mrs. R. IL Mosby and Mrs. E. N.
$1.50; first sergeant, $1.75; seconii
mission, which trip was made Wednes­
Wolf
J. S. Benson writes from his
Holderman, of this city, and Elbunen, lnn«l of prosperous and happy people.
lieutenant,
.75;
first
lieutenant,
day but too late for The »Sentinel to
price
he
thinks
the
of Portland. There are many grand
$5.25; captain, $(>.(>(>, and $20 a month
“Uncle Burne” had been a member Creek ranch that
give a report of the results.
children and several great grandchil of the Pr«’sbyterian church for 66 of The Bentin«»! s too high but that
for commanding the <*oinpany. In ail
Elbert Bede, editor of The »Sentinel,
he
lias
learned
that
all
good
things
dren. Mrs.Veatch died November 27, years, and a member of the Masonic
ditioii to this members would also be
is in Salem and expects to be present
best,
com«!
high.
As
he
must
have
the
1919, at th«‘ age of XX years. All of lodge for more than 48 years.
paid an additional sum ranging from
at the meeting. lie already hus in­
the children were here for th«» funeral
50 cents tu une dollar a day during the
The funeral was held at 11 o ’clock he sends his check , with the wish that terviewed the members of th«! commis­
warm
a
welcome
as
it
may
receive
as
except N. P., of Portland, who is in Wednesday morning from the l’resby-
auiiiiul vncampiueut.
sion and finds that th«! rates shown in
Texas on a visit and could not arrive terian church, Rev. A. R. Npearow, pas­ th«» live wire newspaper does each the commission’s order were such as
Nrrgeant .lirak said that no prosper
week.
in time.
Live uiembei
neeil be deterred from
tor of th«» church, officiating, and in­
were thought to be fair and equitable
enlisting bveaust* of th«’ impression COUNTY GETS SLIGHT
“Uncle Burne” nnd “Aunt Jane,’’ terment was in the A. F. & A. M. I. O.
without particular regard as to whether
CUT IN HIGHWAY BILL ns they were familinrly known, were O. F. cemetery beside the body of the GRANGE DESERVES PART
that it would interfere with his
or not they were a reduetion. He also
freedom to remove tu some other
prominently identified with th«» de­ wife with whom he lived for nearly
OF CREDIT FOR CANNERY has learneil that it is within the power
Although the state highway commis velopment
lucahty; thut an appheatiun for dis
of the Cottage Grove (>5 years. Mem tiers of the Masonic
of the electric company to put into
charge, acompanied by an affidavit of »ion at a conference with members of country, which they helped to develop lodge attended the service in a bo«ly,
In the report of the open forum of immediate effect any reductions in
permanent removal, would be promptly’ the Lane county court in Port kind last from a wilderness inhabited by Indians and there were many beautiful floral the chnmber of commerce, published rate which it may desire, being only
week agreed to lop off between $ 1 MM) mid wild animals to n rich and fertile offerings.
honored.
December 16, there was ai> inadvertent prohibited from going above the rates
and $1900 from the county’s bill of
omission which made it appear that set by the commission.
approximately $63,000 alleged due the
the chamber of commerce was entirely
In view of the fact that Manager
state for highway work, where the
responsible for the establishment of Nhinn hus indicated that lie wishes to
money is coming from and when it
the cannery. The speaker who referred put into effect rates which will be
will I m * paid is still a vexing problem.
to the establishment of the cannery satisfactory to patrons of his company
County Judge Barnard says that he
was the president of the commercial and to the fact that it is possible for
does not know whether or not under
club ut the time the final drive for him to do so, The Sentinel antiidpates
the law the county could pay the bill
subscriptions for the cannery was
Head.*. of Families Are Given An Ad and that at the present time there is Administers Toe Hold to Doughty Mrs. O. W. Hays, Wife of Superin­ made and well remembers that the that the schedule of rates fixed by the
commission never will become effec­
ditlonal Exemption; Single
no place where the money can come
grange took a part equally as active tive.
Spokane Grappler for Two
tendent. and Two Pupils Are
For this reason it would be
from.
as that of the chamber, which fact wasted effort to publish a table com­
Persons Get No Relief.
Straight Falls.
Ill With Diphtheria.
The commission agreed to lop* off
was mentioned at the open forum paring these rates with past rates.
$1500 from the cost of the overhead
meeting. As a matter of fact, the can­
A.11 the rates shown in the new
Divide
and
the
item
of
nery was first proposed by the grange, schedule fixed by the commission in
Fur the information and assistance crossing at
The
Cottage
Grove
schools
have
been
Ralph
Hand,
popular
Cottage
Grove
watchman
at
the
crossing
which solicited the cooperation uf the elude a charge of 59 cents for service
uf taxpayers in pnqmrnig their income $(»40 for a
wrestler, added to his laurels and took closed until January 2. The action was
or overhead before a charge for service
tax returns fur the year 1921, Clyde was divided 50 50. A number of other another step toward the middleweight taken Sunday afternoon when it was commercial club.
dispute
were
taken
under
items
under
While the larger part of the funds
G.
Huntley, collector uf internal
championship of the w’orld Saturday karned that Mrs. O. W. Hays, wife of was raised inside, the city, yet the is made. This fact results in no re
and
a
decision
will
soon
advisement
icveiiue, han issued ii statement hi
night when he defeated Young Htieken ihe su{M*riuteiident, Find contraeted commitleo which visited the producer« duction to the patron using only a
made __ by the state commission.
which he briefly discusses the ma be ____
schmidt, of Bpokanc, in two straight diphtheria and that the house had put in the greater amount of effort small amount of power.
Judge
Barnard
states
that
the
high
ferial piukisiuiis of the new revenue
falls, the first in 32 minutes and the been quarantined. Two other mem­
net and points out wherein those pro way commission announced a policy second in 14, using his favorite toe bers of the faculty, Miss Dorothy due to the fact that those to be seen
visiuiis differ 1 ruin the act under during the session of demanding from hold for both. From the call of time Hays and Miss Katherine Mendenhall, were greatly scattered and to the tact
which lust year’s returns were made. all other counties the amounts due the the bout was fast anil furious, neither are quarantined with Mr. and Mrs. that subscriptions came in smaller
state on highway work before enter­
amounts.
The btatciueiit follows:
man abating for an instant the ter­ Hays. In view of the fact that it was
The Sentinel corrects the error so
“’lhe exemption allowed for ¡i de ing into further cooperative construe rific pace begun at the outset.
impossible for the remaining mombers that all may get the credit due them.
lion
agreements.
pendent is increased from $299 to
Huckenschmidt has speed, strength, of the faculty to perform the extra
$400. Married persons living with hus
cleverness nnd endurance, is clean and work and the fear that other cases
Resolution to Levy Additional One
Higher Gas Tax Is Proposed.
band or wife und heads of faimlio COTTAGE GROVE SHOOTERS aggressive, and put up a beautiful might develop resulted in the decision
County Judge C. P. Barnard is re
Cent a Gallon for Purpose Is
are allow cd a personal exemption ui
WIN MANY TURKEYS
battle, but nt no tim«‘ did he siiccee«! to close th«’ schools until after the sponsible fur the introduction und
$2,509 (instcud uf $2,090) unless the net
Passed by House.
IN SHOOT
in getting a dangerous hold on his holidays.
passage uf a resulutiun ut the annual
income is in excess of $5,009, in which
Children under eighteen years of ago convention of county judges and com­
Hand, always
resourceful antagonist.
_
ease the isrsunal exemption is only
H. N. Lasswell, Pete NcLson an«l Alta fast and clever, showed brilliant bursts have been forbidden to attend public
$2,090. Thu act pruv ides that in nu Groves, of the Cottage (»rove Rod nnd of speed which brought roars of ap gatherings, and a number of entertain- missioners in Portland favoring the in-
Salem, Ore., Dec. 21.—The house of
case shull the reduction uf the peraouul Gun club, went to Yoncalla Niinday plause from the audience, anil at the meats and other unnecessary meetings cretiso in the tax on gasoline from 2 representatives of the special sessiou
tu
5
cents
n
gallon,
the
proceeds
to
be
exempt ion un $5,009 im onies operate und participated in a turkey shoot close of the match was apparently as have been postponed.
of tho Oregon legislature late tonight
devoted to rond inuiiiteneuce und ap­
tu increuiH’ the tux which would be with satisfactory results. Nelson ar fresh as when he started. It was a
Mrs. Hays’ condition has not been portioned tis follows: Two cents to passed a resolution levying an addi­
payable if the exemption were $2,599 cumulated nine turkeys, Lasswell t h ree clean and thrilling battle and was de serious at any time and she is now
tional tax of one tout a gallon on gas­
by mure thun the umount uf the net and Groves one. There was no shoot dared by many to have been the best thought to be well on the road to re­ the state highway fund and 3 cents to oline to produce funds to support the
thn county of its origin.
incume in excess uf $5,999. This is to on the local field Bunday.
proposed world exposition in Portland
ever put on here. Hand weigheii in covery.
When presented by Judge Barnard
overcome the disparity in the case of
Two other cases have been reported the resolution provided that 3 cents in 1225. The vote was 45 tu 11 with
at 163 and Hackcnsclimidt al 165.
two taxpayers, one ol whom is just
Aged Couples Wed
“Tex” Knight, of Npringfidd, referevd to the health officer. They are Dora, should go to the state highway fund one member absent, and was taken
withiu lliu lower $2,009 exemption and
Haturday was u good day for mar the bout.
the lit th» daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and 2 cents to tho counties, but the after a lengthy debate. The resolution
the other just within the higher $2,599 riage licenses to aged couples, The
Hand’s next match is nt Gohl Hill Horace Conner, ami Glen, th«* little association reversed the proportions in now goes to the senate.
exempt ion.
The city of Portlaud has voted to
county clerk issued a license to Wil on December 23, when he is slated to son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mclvib
favor of tho counties.
“Niiiglc ¡lentous and married ¡ htsuiis liam Lane, Xtl, ami Mrs. Emily J. La in*
levy a tax of $2,000,000. An additional
ben, and both are reported to be get
meet Professor Ki nt he.
nut living with husbands or wit«’ ure mon, <13, both of Cottage Grove. They
million will be raised by popular sub
ting along very satisfactorily.
In a preliminary bout refer«’<»d
LYCEUM COURSE
allowed an exemption of $1,009. Per were married nt the court house by Ellsworth Damewood, Harry (’rume,
scription and the resolution passed tu
sous having gruss iusuuics tor 1921 ul County Judge (’. P. Barnard. This was
NUMBER CANCELLED night is designed to raise $3,000,000
COLD SNAP GOOD FOR
Cottage
Grove,
defeate«!
“T«’
$5,000 or over are reipiired tu make a the groom’s fourth marriage and the
from tho state at large. An easy pus
TREES, SAYS STEWART
Knight, of Bpringfield, getting a I
return, regardless ol the amount ol third for the bride.
The second number of the high sago through the senate is indicated.
with a body scissors and arm lock
net incomes.
The resolution is a proi>osed consti­
Harry M. Newell. 71, and Sarah E. 27 minutes.
That th«» present cold snap is the school lyeeum course, N- Poinoceno’s
“Thu excess profits tax is repealed Hulbert, 58, both of Eugene, were also
best thing that could happen from lhe Filipino quartet, will not be presented, tutional amendment which will be re­
as of January 1, J922. ’lhe rates lor granted license to wed. this being his
fruit growers’ standpoint is the nsser ns advertised, at lhe high school nud ferred tu the people.
ROW RIVER
1921 are unchanged.
The proposition of a direct lax to
third trial and her second at mat
lion of (’. E. Nlcwnrt, county fruit iloritim Monday evening, December 2<5,
‘‘The surtax rates for the calendar rimony.
inspector.
Mr. Ntewart
says 1 ho owing to tho bail of tlm health office finance the fair ran up against a legal
(Hpeeial
to
The
Sentinel.)
yeur 1921 are unchanged, and rang«’
Other licenses were issued to the fol
present cold weather will “harden the on ntteudanee nt public gatherings of snag and had to be abandoned and the
Dec. 21.—Miss Elsie McCollum rc
from I p«*r cent on the amount of n«‘t lowing: William Adams 35, and Maude
gasoline tux measure is a compromise
sap ’ ’ in Illi» trees nnd vines so that IhoHo under IS years of age.
income between $5,090 and $6,000 to Nkoog, 32. both of Eugene and both turned Bunday evening from a 1 it o they will stand the colder W'vatlier
This company, or one substituted tor bill. The new bill is n copy uf tho
•65 p»T cent of the amount ot net in married once before; Charles ~
E. Wil weeks’ visit with relatives and friends Inter in the winter. To have had a it, will appear here at n later date, first except that the funds to finance
■come iii excess of $1,000,000. Fur the liams 53, and Lola Reed, 46, both of in Roseburg.
warm early winter wouhl have kept iieeordiug to Principal Hargreaves, of the exposition are to come from the
Mrs. Faneho Stubblefield and little the sap lip in the t r<»<»s so t hat t he lhe high school, who was ill conimuiii gasoline tax, both having been pre
calendar year 1922 the surtax rates Eugene, and each having been married
daughter, of Pilot Rock, Ore., visited first real hard freezing weather would cation with tho Ellison White Lyceum seuted by Representative Kubli. At
raugi’ from I jwr cent on the amount once.
■of net income belween
$6,000 and
Thursday of hist week with Mrs. Earl have done damage, declares the in bureau Tuesday.
the 6 o’clock adjournment tho bouse
$19,000 to 50 ¡H*r rent on the amount
Garoutte.
Royal Neighbors Elect.
A number of other meetings and en seemed about ready to vote ou this,
speetor.
Mr. anil Mrs. Oscar McCalister are
by which the
Royal Neighbors of America have
tertninments have also been |>ostpolled. with tho assurance thut it wouhl pass
$200,1,00.
by a good majority, and that a bill
elected the following officers: Elira visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Phillips
Brum field Appeal Filed.
“Provisions is inaili’ for the repeal both McFarland, oracle; Anna Elledge, at Wildwood this week.
by Representative Fletcher to raise the
Grange Elects Officers.
Roseburg,
Orc.,
Dec.
17.
—
The
appeal
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lunau and little
as uf January 1, 1922, uf the tax on vic«» oracle; Mildred Baker, chancellor;
_ ,
Pottage Grove grange Ims elected gasoline tax from two to three cents
in
the
Brumfield
murder
ease
has
been
stockholders uf a personal serv ice cor Nellie Blackmore, recorder;
Myrl
1c daughter, Leona, end “Dutch” Lunau completed and District At toi ney George the following officers: M. M. Wheeler, would be given immediate considera­
F
¡«oration as such. After that date such Mem ria nd, receiver; Anna Swanson, spent Tuesday in the Grove.
master; G. W. Mi-Farland, overseer; tion and it, too, go through on greased
Mrs. C. H. Jennings and daughter Neuner is in ¡Missession of a copy of W. E. Dorward, steward; Mrs. Julia ways.
• co r | H> rat ions nre to be taxi’d in the marshal; Eden Jones, inner sent inel ;
the
bill
of
except
ions
and
transcript.
same manner ns other corporal ions.
A losing fight was waged by the op­
Esther Hohl, outer sentinel; Mary Faye, of Dorenn, visited »Sunday with The bill contains 102 pages and the Ashby, secretary; J. K Cooley, treas
“The income tax on corporations tor Baker, manager for three years; Min the B. F. McCollum family.
urer; A. J. Stevens, chaplin; T. C. ponents of any state tax for the pro
transcript
500
pages.
A
date
will
be
the calendar year 1922 und thereafter nie Miller, musician.
Ernest Sloan and W. W. Jackson, of
Shaw', gatekeeper; Mrs. M. M. Wheeler, motion of an exposition and also by
is ini leased from 10 to 12’/a p‘‘r <’« nl.
Green Forest, Ark., are visiting with set soon for the filing of the appeal.
Ceres; Mrs. J. Hardy Crow, Pomona; those who wished to make some vital
The
defense
takes
exception
Io
the
“The ¿2,000 exemption heretofore til FREE METHODI8T8 WILL
Mr. Sloan’s parents, M.r and Mrs. G.
order of .Fudge Bingham overruling the Mrs. C. W. Sears, Flora; Mrs. G. W. amendments.
lowed corporations is to be granted
HOLD REVIVAL MEETING IL Nloan.
McFarland, lady assistant steward, la
While the gasoline tax is not exactly
•only to those coqiorntions whose net
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Preinazzi and motion for cluing«’ of venue. It is also stallation will be held at tho January satisfactory, either to proponents or
claimed
that
the
court
erred
in
ore
rail
­
uncuinv is not over $25,000.
A series of revival meetings will bo Mr. and Mrs. Tunis VanProoyen at­
opponents, yet it seems tho only ti-
mooting.
“Many persons are under the ini begun at the Free Methodist church tended the show in the Grove Hatur ing the motion of the defense Io quash
naneiiig measure possible to get by the
the
indictment,
alleging
that
the
grand
pressiun that tin» taxes on ice ereain on Tenth avenue on New Year’s day day night.
sessiou and the most likely to get by
A wnntad will sell it.
jury
was
not
properly
empaneled.
It
is
soft drinks, etc., monthly r«’turiis ol and will continue for three weeks.
Chloe Whiteley and Virgie nnd
tho people, to whom it will be re­
which nre required, have been repeah’d Rev. Huskabee, a well known Cnl Gladys Carpenter, of Star, spent Wed also claimed that Joseph llammersley,
ferred.
deputy
district
attorney
of
Multnomah
¡SNEEZING
IS
VIOLENT
with lhe enactmi’iit of tin* new act. ifornin orator, will have charge of the nesday night with Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe
county, appointed to assist in prosecut­
They remain in force until December meetings.
FORM OF EXERCISE
Preinazzi.
Miss Marjorie and Miss Muriel Shay
ing th«» case, had no right inside the
31, 1921.
Fred McMaster, Johnny Th run anil
are expected home tomorrow for the
FOR HELLIWELL
grand
jury
room.
Severn!
objections
“No change is made in the tax on
Arthur Tanner motored to Eugeni»
holidays. Miss Marjorie Ims been vis­
to testimony and technicalities are con­
tdmisnioiiH, except, that after January
iting ut Kellog, Idaho, for the jMist
IS Tuesday.
WINTER
FRUIT
CROP
tained
in
the
appeal.
Sneezing
is
not
ordinarily
con
­
I, 1922, there will be no tax where ud
Among Grove visitors from here Nat-
three months, uud Miss Muriel is teach­
GIVEN
SET
BACK
BY
sidered
violent
exercise
or
dan
uiission is 10 cents or less. Effective
urdiiy wen* Mrs. Frank Pleuard and!
ing iu tho public schools at Nyssa, in
gerous
amusement,
although
some
­
COLD
SNAP
Jail. 1, 1922, the tuxes nre abolished
daughter Grace, B. F. McCollum and LOCAL MOTORCYCLISTS
eastern Oregon.
times
considered
discourteous.
How
un musical mstruments, sporting goods,
«laughter Pearl, Mrs. Ellen Owen.<,
IN ENDURANCE RUN ever, A. W. Helliwell, of Helliwell,
Little girls sure would be delighted
chewing gum. portable electric fans,
Ralph Pleuard nnd Nellie Pleuard.
It is feared that the cold snap
to have tho nifty new play house at
Bungs
anil
Marksbury,
has
found
it
thermos bottles, fur articles, pleasure
There will be a Christ mas tree, pro
Harry Rent l«‘ and George Foster,
of the past few days has seriously
tho Silver Star Exchange. Also, play
at least dangerous. Participating in
<anors, toilet articles, medicines mid
gram and dance at the cook house to local motorcyclists, will participate in
table nnd chairs.
d23e.
interfered with the winter small
that
kind
of
exercise
resulted
for
numerous articles of apparel.
night under the auspices of the B> an endurance run to be staged by the
fruit crop. Ht rawberry plants have
Miss Murtha Huey Johnson is homo
him
in
tearing
loose
some
of
tho
hemin Lumber company.
Eugene Motorcycle club New Year’s
been well loaded with berries. Cur
from tho U. of O. for the holidays.
ligaments near the heart. The doctor
«lay. The run will be from Eugene to
rant bushes have been budding and
Miss Alice Garetson is also a guest
A newspaper without au editorial
ordered him to spend several days
Rond thn editorials. You may not Medford and return, starting at 12 p.
small fruit generally has been ex­
at the Johnson homo.
page is like n ship without a rudder—
at home, and that right during the
hibiting intentions of producing a
agree with them but they arc likely to m. New Year’s eve, the riders to leave
The Sentinel wants all tho news all
and you are
not
willing to take
holiday rush. He was able to get
make you think, and that’s worth five minutes apart. It is thought likely
the time. If you know un item, phono
chance* un n ship with a flimsy ateer
crop.
brick on the job Tuesday.
that
others
from
here
will
also
enter.
¿ng gear.
***
Jj white.
J1 it in. Our number is IBM-J.
INCOME TAXES FOR 1921
ARE REDUCED
HAND TOO FAST FOR HUSKY CITY SCHOOLS ARE CLOSED
UNTIL JANUARY 2
HACKENSCHMIDT
FAIR MAY BE FINANCED BY
TAX ON GASOLINE