Œnttiuir (ßrnur Bntítal L and VOLUME XXXII o s Duly by the.rarest of good fortune the plant of Th«* Hcntincl «*scap<*d Complete dei * m I ruction early Friday morn lug. H. H. Griggs, ••Babiy’’ Jordan uud Frank K iiox , at about 7 ;39 a. m., noted smoke issuing from th«1 crevices urouud the front <ioor of the office investigation they found the building filled with smoke, apjiarunl ly coming from the rear of th«* buil«l ing. 11«* turned hi (he alarm and with in a few minutes th«* rear doors had b«***u broken hi , and the flames, which hnd startml from a barrtd in which ushes hnd been emptied the night be fore, were soon extinguished. The ushes had stood a day in a melal con tinner but evidently were yet warm enough to cans** spontaneous **ombus tion of ink clinging Io the side of the barrel. Th«* flames were under complete con trol within a few minutes and the damage would hnve been small except that a shipment of print paper and a stereotyping _ . plant, which had been rc ceived th** ■ day before and was still .* crated, were i*re within a n few feet of the flames, Two bundles of the paper, which hnd been found to be in the way, had been moved and were not damage«l. Thu great «*st damage was by smoke and steam, which discolored pa|M*r stock and furniture and badlv rusted the machinery. Consider.*! bl«- difficulty was ex|M*ri«*nc«*d in getting into o|M*ration the Intertyp«* machim*, which has some 3000 purls and many delicate iiieuhaiiien! adjustments, Home stove wood, store«l in the rear of tin* building, was partially dt*slroyed by the flames. The loss was completely covered bv insurance. SIUSLAW FARMERS HAVE FAITH IN SOIL OF THAT SECTION Farmers in the fertil«* valley of the Siuslsiw have an a billing failh in thi*ir suet ion. Among ihos«* who ar«* Inking advantnge of the winter season to prepare more la lol for cul I iv at ion are Frank Davis and son, Fost«*r Broth«*rs, E. E. Farina n, Ralph Lynch, G. W. Sanderson mid Pearm* Crow. AH id' th«* land being uleared lias bi*<*n }>astured and is som«* of 1 he b«*st black bottom land of the Lorane country. « JI SOCIAL HYGIENE MEETINGS ARE TO BE HELD in Meetings for men and young men and for women and young ; women will be held h« r<* tomorrow ami i Sunday under tlu auspices of tin1 Oregon Ko «■ini Hygiem* soidely. Rupiussiv«* m«*asur«*s alone having failed to sat isfactorily improv«* sex uondit ions, th«* so«-i< t y is carrying for wnril an <*du«*u1ional campaign, of which these m«*«*tings ar«* a part. The meeting for women and young women will b«* held at 2:30 Katurdny afternoon in tin* Arcad«* and will be addr«*ss«*< I by Mrs. Ellyn Kelly, of Portland. Two r«*«*ls of motion pi«*tur«*s will be shown, accompanied by an ex planatory h*«*tur«*. Th«* meeting for men and young men will be h«*ld at th«* same place and hour on Holiday aflernoon and will he address«*«! by Norman F. (’«ileiimn, pr«*s- ident of th«* dragon Houial Hygi**ne s*»«*i«*ty. Three re«*ls of pictures will b«* snow ii . Giris under 1(5 years of ag<* will !>«• admitted Io the vvom«*n’s nie«*ting u|Mtn tickets issued by Ora Rea«l Henmnway, girls’ physical «lireetor of the high school. Boys under 1(5 y«*ars «if age will In* ndinitt«*«! to th«* m«*n’s m«*«*ting upon tick«*ts issued by Sup«*rin1eiMl«*ni Hays. Thera will be no admission eharg«* and no <*oll«*ct ion at eith«*r of thes«* meet ings. A total of $224,(543.OX has been ex pended on 20 miles ol the McKenzie river highway, according to a report ^iven out by the bureau ol public roads mid received nt tin* office of the Cascade national forest in Eugene. The amount expend«*«! during the pr«*s «•lit year by the gov «•lament was $109, 457.32, according to the report, mid by th«* slate and county, $103,1X1.35. Do you want to buy something and While th«* tolu I number of miles un der contract is 20, the amount built don’t know who has it for sale! A Sentinel wantad will find the owner this year was 13.5. • • • for you. Cross Siskiyous in Snow. Mr. and Mrs. George De Moss, of Portland, who had been visiting at th«* home of their niece, Mrs. J. E. Wood son, left Tues«lay for their home in Portland. They were on tlu*ir way horn«* from California by motor. In the Siskiyous they found snow so deep (hat Mrs. l)uM«>ss cam«* on by 1 rain snow came War Tax Off of Express Charges B**giiiiiiiig J miunry I no war tax W'ill be charged on express shipm«*nts. Th«* tax will apply <»n nil sliipmenls w'hi«?h wer«? start«*d bel'or«* January 1, th«* repeal of th«* tax beiiig effeciiv«* on shipments which lire not started until January I or Inter. J. VV. Eddy, local agent, points out that th«* saving to the shipper or receiver will be about 5 per cent. Opens Law Office Here. Herbert W. Lombard, recently of Eugene, Ims opened n law office up stairs in the First National bank build ing. Mr. Iximbard was born and rea/ed pi Lane county and has recently been net ing as deputy district attorney, lie is a graduate of the University of Oregon and of the Hl an ford university law school. Licenses for Transfer Business Watch Meeting Planned. Transfer business in Cottage Grove An old time watch meeting will I m * is to be licensed, the ordinance to bring this about to be presented to the held on New Year’s eve at the Hap tist church, beginning nt X o’clock. A next meeting of the council. cordial invitation is extended to nil the churches mid citizens to participate Tyson Is Hampton Receiver. Gilbert Tyson, of Eugene, Ims been in the services. Rev. W. L. Wilson, of appointed by the U. H. court as tem Portland, will preach that night, as porary receiver for the Alton Hampton well us on the following day, morning •turn. Hm bond was fix 1 nt $10,000. uud evening. * Pursuant to request of the Cottage Grove chamber of commerce and the Eugene chamber of commerce, in coop eration with 1 lie granges of the county, a soil survey of Lune county will be made under the direction oi the Ore gon Agricultural college. A party of two men will be assigned to the work here during next season ami probably two parties of like number will be as- signed the following year. PLANS FOR WHOLESALE JAIL DELIVERY ARE FOILED 4 Educational Campaign to Assist Doing What Repressive Me;v sure« Alone Fail to Do. 1 he threatened diphtheria (*pid(*mic seems to have cleared away without any serious results and th<- .. r.i.iir' nii«i tnv bail on public gatherings of young peoph) will be lifted n«*xt Monday. Th«* schools will reopen Tuesday following the holi- <lay vacation. Only one new case has developed «luring the past week, that being the case of Charles Chandler, who was taken down in Eugene I he «lay after going home to sp«*nd Christ mas with his family. This is 1 he second time the ban has been put on here within th«* past two months for the same reason. But few cases developed in either epidemic. r______ There had previously been no cases of the disease here for 12 years. No need to be Sentinel wantad. in want—use a SOIL SURVEY OF LANE HIGH SCHOOL ARRANGES COUNTY IS TO BE MADE BASKETBALL SCHEDULE JJ Raspberries which defied t he recent cold spell were recently picked from lo r garden by Mrs. J. V. Slew art. It takes a lot to dis courage fruit in the Cottage Grov** country mid ordinarily berries and roses do not stop growing during lilt* winter sensou. Turner Case Up Again. Th«* President group of claims in th«* Bohemia district has b«*«*n leased to n company of men fr«im several states of th«* union. In th«* company an* E. L. French, recently from tlo* Yukon dis trict in Alaska; G«*org«* F. Bennett, of Eugene; R. E. ” * L«*b«?r, * of " ” Veneta and r«*c«*ntly of tin* Yukon district; G. II. Stewart, of Idaho, and Delbert Ru dolph, of Pennsylvania. There arc 13 claims in th«* group and i’t is understood that a crew of six men will In* cmploye«l. The lease is for five y«*ars and active work must be contlucted. It is understood that $25,000 was the consideration for th«* lease. This group of claims is thought to be one of the best in the «listriet. A. P. Churchill, of this city, is th«* princi pal stockholder. rr Legislativ«* si«l«*hghl in Sal«*m Stut«*s man: Lun«* county is counting on her hot springs as splendid all t I k * year rounil assets, according to Bepres«*ntati\«• S. D. All«*n, <»f Eug«‘iie. Th«* ('ahipooyu springs that wer«* so <»xtensi\«*h a«l vertised at th«* stat«* fair, th«* M«•(>«• die springs on Salmon r reek, Belknap springs on the M«-Renzi«* mol others timt ar«* as yet only a lit th* d«*v«*lope<l, all l««ok like twelve m«»iiths m the \«*ar ussi’ts. Th»* w«»ud«*rfui falls on Sall er«*« k mid all th«* other hut wat«*r jx>s Hibilities of 111«* upp«r country offer th«* most tempting possilolitirs f««r peo pl«* to go I Imre and «‘iijoy t hems«*lv«*s mid get imiilth ami strength right from Nntur«,’s hit ml. Th«* Soutlo-rn Pacific Ims :i grad«* built for th«* first six iuilt*s from Oakrulg«* to th«* M«*Cr«* du* baths and th«* right of way is cut out for th«* r«*st <d’ th«* way, 1 hough num* of th«* tra« k has been Imd. When timt spur is built, Mr. AIV'U «-xpe«ts to see ’«‘in going in by th«* hundr«*<ls o f tliousii nds. Eugene Register: J. M. Devers, for merly of this city, now attorney for the state highway commission, was here Wednesday to argue before Judge Skipworlh against the motion for a new trial in the ease wherein the rominis sion sued to condemn land t hrough I he Turner farm nt Divide mol hi which the jury gave the owner of the laud what the commission offered. Mining Men From Yukon Acquire Only One New Case Develops During Interest in Bohemia Property Week and Other Cases Are Owned by A. P. Churchill. Not 8erious Ones. Thom? who kill poultry which has b«*«n running at large hi the (’of lag«* Grove country find that if pays to examine the gizzards for valuable metals. Not long ago several nugg**ts were found in the gizzard of a chicken which Imd b«*en ranging on th«* (). II. Willard place. A few «lays ago Bak«* Stewart, of Star, sold a goos«* to James Hpnhr. Upon killing the bin! and op<*niiig th«* gizzard enough gold was found to almost return th** price of the goose. Doc Pitcher Imd kill«*«l a goose a few «lays be for«* but had thrown the gizzard away. Hearing of Mr. Spahr’s luck, h«* went in search of the discarded gizzard, found it and discovered that it also was full of small part icles of gold, The g«*ese had had access to the sandy soil along the banks of one of the small st reams of the St a r country and it is 1 bought 1 hat there the gold was found. Mi. St«* wart volop a strain own gold and RASPBERRIES — CONTINUE TO RIPEN DESPITE COLD SPELL Highway Expenditure Is Large. PRESIDENT MINING CLAIMS BAN TO BE LIFTED FROM’ ACCIDENT FOR D0RWARD METER LIGHT RATES MAY IS FOLLOWED BY ARE LET ON LEASE BE LOWERED KINDNESS GEESE FILL GIZZARDS WITH GOLD FROM RIVER SAND CALAP00YA SPRINGS IS P JT FIRST BY LEGISLATOR S. D. ALLEN Forest Money Obtained. NUMBER 15 i Warm Ashes oi Day Before Cause of Bl am Which Starts in the Early Morning. Hint«* appropriations for for«*stry t h is yea r show an increase of 7X per cent over those of 1919, according to •■r published by the forest ser ur«*s just a vice headquarters in Washington, D. C. Oregon’s appropriation for forest control and reforestation llus year was 57 |n*r «•«•lit gr«*at«*r than it* 1919 all«»! m«*nt, th«* figures show. Th«* Hlat«' «»t Washington showed an iner«*iiM«* ol 34 per «•«• hi , whil«* California's appropria tiou showed the great«*st increas«* of all states- 771 |s*r «•«•ut. Or»*gon’s appropriation for forest matt«*rs this year mounts to $42,500, according to tin* figures, whil«* th«- tig ure two years ago was but $27,000. leader COTTAGE GROVE, LANE COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1921 SENTINEL PLANT IS NtuR TO DESTRUCTION BY FIRE Have you something you don’t A Hentimd wantad will find wunt f Homeouc who does want it. grove oottaqe An attempt was made Friday after noon of last week by prisoners in the county jail to bt«?ak out and once more their plans were foiled by Bheriff Stick«*!* and his force. Early in the afternoon the sheriff began to siispt*ut that an attempt was b«*ing made to cut the outer bars of th«* jail mid in*company with Deputy Shunt f George Croner, Constable John L. Marsh anil VV. G. Judkins, of the Eugene* police force, began a system atic search for the bars that he felt sure some of tin* prisoners had been w«irking on. it was not long before he discovered that one of the bars over a window in the northwest corner of th«* jail ha«l b«*en sawed cl*ar through and the adjoining one sawed about half way through. It would has«* b«*en a matter of only an hour or so until the second bar would have been fiuishud and both could easily has«* b«*en bent back, making a hide large enough for a man to crawl through. A piece of a hacksaw but an inch in length was found in one of the «••Ils but th«* rest of it could not be located by th«* officers. It is probable that when th«*y found their plans to «*s«*ap«* had been discovereil th«* saw was broken into many pieces and seat ter«*«l about th«* jail. All th«* prisoners had been allowed the freedom of the corriilor for a long time but most of them will her«*aft«,i be kept in th«* ‘‘cage.” Offi«*ers ex-i pr«*ss the beli«*f that had th«* plans for «•scape be«*n rarri«*«! out then* wouhi hav<* b«*en a wholesale delivery just befori* 5 o’clock either Friilay or Sat unlay afternoon, as most of the pris on«*rs ar«> locked up in th«* “cage” at that hour each day. Soap had been used by the prisoners to fill up th«* cracks mud«* by th«* saw an«l it was only by running a knife blade up and down on th«* bars that th«* cracks wen? found. A wehler was put to work immediately and by lat«* afternoon h<* had th«* job repaired. Chauffeur's License Restored. Wm. Dorward, of Gowdyville, whose wife is in a Eugene hos pital for treatment for a brenkdown brought on by the death within a week of their two little children, fractured a rib in a fall last week, being thus prevented from filling a contract to deliver a quantity of wood to H. K. Metcalf in the city. But Mr. Dorward has many friends ami h«* has found that th«? milk of human kindness yet flows freely. On Thursday and Friday a number of his neighbors assembled at his place, cut tin? wood and delivered it for him in th«? city. Neighboring women prepared ' dinner for the workers. Those who assisted in the work were: Otto Dobbcrstein, M. M. Wh«*eler, A. B. Smith, R. B. Burn side, Fred Bahrenfus, C. E. Ashby, Herman Rudolph, Murray Buchanan, Parrel Handy, J. W. Nelson, W. J. Curtis, John Meisner, Chas. Aldrich, Harry Baker, C. A. McFarlan«!, Frank Brown, John Htinnett, G. VV. McFarland. The women who prepared th*? din ner for tin* workers were; Mrs. M. M. Wheeler, Mrs. A. B. Kmith, Mrs. J. W. Nelson, Mrs. G. W. McFar land and Miss Mabel McFarland. Members of th*? boys and girls bas ketball squads have been working out for some lime and a tentative schedule of games with other basketball teams lr in the valley has been arranged. SANTA CLAUS VISITS Members of the boys squad are: ALL HOMES IN THIS Huck, f; Hinkle, c; Hubbell, f or e; SECTION L»"k, g; Hkiiling, g or f; Bcagcr, g or f; Haney, g; Spray, f. Members of th** girls squad are: It is thought ~ that ____ Santa ______ Claus Fl« >rence MuFarlan«l, f; Elnor Knowles, did not overlook a single home in f; Gwendolyn Mooney, c; Hazel Füh the Cottage Grove country. The rer, g; Doris llolderma n, g; Crystal Elks committee, which had charge Robinson, g; Hazel Swanson, r c; Ava of this section of country from Young, g; Pearl Robinson, r c; Sibyl Creswell to lx?ona, up Row’ river (’«•Ilers, e; Frances Hnmloth, c; Fannie and Mosby creek, up the Coast fork Young, e. and out to Lorane, took food and Games will be played with both clothing to 25 families and distrib teams of th«* Corvallis high school, uted 250 packages of nuts and boys team of Albany, both teams of candies. A load of food and cloth Roseburg, boys university high school ing was brought up from county of Eugene and both teams of M«>nroo. headquarters at Eugene, liberal con Games may be played with Eugene tributions of food and clothing were high, Junction City, Medford and Ash made by the stores of the city, land. food and clothing were given by Both th«* boys and girls teams vv ill the LaComus club ami cash was play the alumni on January 3. given by the M. 1*. G. club, ('ash donations were not solicited by the committee but a total of $30 was MALE CHORUS SELECTS NAME AND PLANS CONCERT received. City Officials, Power Company and Public Service Commission Enter Into Tentative Agreement. it is probable that the Cottage Grove Electric company may make a slight, reduction in meter rates for commercial and residence lighting from those shown in the new schedules of rates made effective by order of the public service commission. A tentative ugreemexit to that effect was made ut a conference with the public service commission held last week, which was attended by Mayor Knowles and Coun oilman Veatch, representing the city, and Mr. Shinn, representing the* power company. One condition of such an agreement was that the city should take $200 in lights each month us a minimum. The minimum has been $33 u month mow* than that. None of the rates ordered by the public service commission are as low as those which prevailed several years ago and in most cases th«; decrease from the emergency rates, which were in effect up to December 20, is not large. The tentative agreement between city and power company is to come up at a meeting of the council next Tues day evening, after which The Sentinel will publish a table of comparative rates, showing the relation if the new rates to those which have just been superseded as well as to the rates which were in effect up until a few months ago. A ray of hope for a satisfactory ad justment of the power and light situ ution here is the fact that all users must be on meters within two years. The flat rate system has been the cause of much dissatisfaction, both to patrons and to the power company. No matter what you want, never give up until you have used a Sentinel wantad. ••• ARCADE THEATER AND BUILDING ARE SOLD The Arcade theater business, owned by G. B. Dickinson, and the theater building, owned by W. B. Cooper, have been purchased by W. M. Morelock, recently in the motion picture business ¿J in Portland. The business changes hands on the first day of the year. Mr. Dickinson has not made future plans but he and Mrs. Dickinson will make their home for a time in Port- land, where they took a piece of valu* able resilience property on the deal. Th«* mah* chorus of the Pr«*sbyterian church, at its weekly rehearsal Tues day evening s«*h*cte«| “Th«* Caroliers” as the nmne for th«* organization and <iis«‘usse<l plans for a s«*cular concert Io be presented, according to pres«*nt plans, early in March. The chorus of about IS members has been busily Large Amount Is Asked as Result of engaged for a number of months in Fall After Helping Women creat ing ; a repertoire and presents a Onto Train. sp<*cial sacred i number nt the Presby terian church every Sunday evening. Otto Michel, formerly night police HAND DEFEATS MICHIGAN man here, is plaintiff in a circuit court WRESTLER AT GOLD HILL suit filed against the Southern Pacific company, seeking damages in the sum Gold Hill, Ore., Dei*. 2(5.—The wrest ol $32Hi.52. Mr. Michel alleges that ling match Friday evening Ind ween while engaged as nightwatchman he tin* local champion, Ralph Hand, mid assisted two women on a train at 3:30 Richard Kunthe, middleweight «•ham a. m. May 17, 1921, and carried their pion of Mulligan, resulted in a victory suit, cases into the car in which they for Jiand. Hand got his first fall in were to ride. He says in his complaint 37 minutes with mi arm scissors hold, that he was not informed that the mid tin* second in 21 minutes with a train was to start, so soon anil when he cradle lock hold. A bout is pending reached the end of the ear ami alight between Hand end Ben Reubens, of ed it. was traveling at a rapid rate of Chicago, to be staged here. speed.- As a result, he avers, hi* was badly injured. He says that one leg was broken mid the other knee was Wolf Bounty Collected. The first wolf bounty collected in crushed. Mr. Michel declares in his complaint Lane county for some time past has bei‘11 paid to J. I). Coffman, of Bohe that hi* lost five and a half months' wages nt $100 a month, that lie paid mia. Not only * does ’ Mr. Coffman re out for medical «• • aid • • and • • hospital . . fees .. ceive the $2.50 bounty, but hi* will get $20(5.52 and that he is damaged in a $29 from tin* state game commission. general way to the extent of $2500. 0. MICHEL SUES RAILWAY IN SUM OF $3216 LYCEUM NUMBER IS TO BE HERE MONDAY The next number in the ly ceu in course being put on under the auspices of the high school student body is the Visocchi Trio, to be here next Monday night. Mr. Visocchi is an artist on the piano accordion and two clever young women complete the trio, which gives a cultured program. The number to have been given last Monday was postponed because of the ban on attendance of young people at public meetings. Masons Install. ”, A. F. Cottage Grove lodge No. 51, & A. M., •» has installed th«* following f officers: 8. L. Godard, W. VV.; 8. L. Mackin, 8. W.; A. C. 8priggs, J. W Î T. C. Wheeler, treasurer; K A. Ph«*lps, secretary; R. A. Trask, 8. D.; D.; C. A. Beidlcr, J. D.; A. A. Richmond, 8. 8.; Vinal T. Randall, J. 8.; John Spriggs, tiler; George O. Knowles, trustee. Th*? installation was held Friday evening jointly with th** Eastern Star, a list of whose new officers already Your wants may be few—provided has been published. Refreshments were served following the business of the you are a user of Sentinel wantads. even ing. LYNX HOLLotv. An order was issued December 23 by the secretary of state restoring the chauffeur’s license owned by Percy (Special to The Sentinel.) Rogers, which had been suspended for De<*. 27.—Th«* Frank Lajoie family, Motorcycle Run New Year’s. .30 days. Mr. Kogers gnve a written of Eugene, and Chas. Lajoi«* and son, At least three riders from here will pledge that there would be no more re of Springl iehi, visited relatives in tin* participate in the motorcycle endurance eurrenee of the offense which resulted Hollow Monday. run from Eugene to Medford ami re ill the suspension. Th«* Carl Campbell family, of Row turn on New Year’s day, which will River, ami u sister from Ros«*l>urg were be a go regardless of weather. Full Christmas guests in th«* Geo. Campbell details may be secured from Harry ROW RIVER. horn«*. Reuth?, but the prizes range from $100 Cody Politico found a fine wild eat cash down to merchandise prizes. (Hpecial to Th«* Sentinel.) Dec. •J'J. Mr. :in<l Mr. S S. Tr:i-k in oik * of his traps the first of the visit«**! over th«* holidays with relatives week. LORANE. Th«? Truman Clark family, of Hebron, in the Grov**. Christmas dinner with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Garoutte ami look (Hpecinl to The Sentinel.) Dec. 2S.— Mr. and Mrs. Pearm*. Crow’o Frank Bnodgrass and Mr. a ml Mrs. Clark’s people, Mr. and Mrs. Plank. M rs. Ed. Clark and childreir, of have returned from Springfield, where Stanh*y Damevvood spent We<ln**s(lay Myrtle Point, wer«* Christinas glU'St.S they spent Christmas with Mrs. Crowe’s night with Mrs. Earl Garoutte. in the i Neal home. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Wilkins and parents. VV m. and Mrs. Ivy Porter are at chihlren, of th«* Grove, spent Christ Mr. and Mrs. Sturdevant and family horn«? for 1 the holidays and Ixjster mas at th** Wilson Little home. spent Christinas at Row River with guest of honor for Pentico was a Frank Pleunnl sp«*nt Hatunlay in tin* their daughter, Mrs. Damewood. Christinas day. Mr. Eyanson’s daughter, of Seattle, Grov**. Mackie home Mr. and In tlu? Frank Fay«* Jennings, of Dorena, and M iss is visiting at the Eymison home. Mrs. Sam Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Sutterfield, of Junction City, spent Autin Lindsley, of Cottage Grove, is Wednesday night with Elsie and Pearl Jackson and little son wer«* entertaine«! visiting at th«* VV. IL Davis home. at Christmas dinner. M <•( ’«dliim. The teacher and students of the high The school present«*«! a nice program school cooked and served their Christ Robert Wisert returned Sunday night from Portland, where he sp**nt Christ Thursday evening ami tin* tree and mas dinner in the domestic science mas. Mrs. Wisert ami baby remained Santa Claus wer«* much enjuy<*«l by th«* room in the new high school building. children. for a longer visit. Mr. mid Mrs. Martin Foster and son Tin* teach«*r, Miss Smith, is spend Harold, accompanied by Mrs. Floyd Mrs. Alic** L**gat, of Roseburg, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Elhn Owens. ing the holiday season with her people Counts, of Cot tag«? Grove, motored to The Willis Carpenter family, of Star, in Eugene. Roseburg Saturday and spent Christ t, of mas at th«? R. D. Counts home. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Bennet I spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Wendling, and Henry Fish« 1er camo up Mr. and Mrs. Claud Bchrack were Sloa II. Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Jones and baby to spend tin? holidays with 1 the W. A. Christmas dinner guests at the C. E. M i s. Fisher people. visited over Christmas with Stewart home in Cottage Grove. From Mr. mid Mrs. Harvey Strong were there they motored to Sutherlin to visit Jones’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert guests Christinas day with Mr. and Mrs. Henrack’s parents for several Isaacson, of Bin«* Mountain. Mrs. Churles Pleuar«! has b«***n quite Mrs. Win. Whiter. days. Mr. ami Mrs. Marion Lebow had the ill but is recovering. Th«? Christmas community dinner at Mrs. Harold Dugan visit«*«! last We<l pleasure of entertaining their daugh th«? grange hall was well attend«*d and nesday with her sister, Mrs. W. A. ter Nina, of Salem, and Dr. and Mrs. much enjoyed. l^*bow, of Cottage Grove, On ('hrisi mas Garoutte. Mrs. K. D. Counts and little son Mr. and Mrs. Frank LaBlue visited day. Lloyd, of Roseburg, are visiting at the The Pentico family enjoyed the Foster home. over the week end with Mrs. J. E. presence of the Howers people, of Cot Ix>we, at Vida. Mrs. Beott and family ar«* visiting Th«* Angelo Perini family visited tag«* Grove, at Christmas dinner. Mrs. Heott ’.« parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Lajoie peoph* entertained Th«* Ix*w over Christmas with relatives in the S. A. Edlefsen. th«* Renzi** Huff family, of Hebron, G rove. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Davis and family P. Caldwell family, of this “Buster” Hams, of the Grov«*, spent anti the W. are visiting at th«? horn«* of Mrs. Davis* place, on Christmas «lay. a few «lays of this week with his sis parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. 1. N. Dresser and the in Cot tag«* Grove. t«*r, Mrs. Elmer Wuks. Huleu Williams returned W**dn**sday E. T. Hart ley family spent Christmas Willard Henderson was a Eugene day together. from a visit in the Grove. visitor Tuesday. Gifts Are Awarded. Th«* gifts awarded Saturday evening by the Smith Short grocery went Io J;;hn VV. C. Doggett, D. IL John Tonole, ' White, D. H. Hemenway and John Perini in the order name«!. The gifts were a leather rocker, a dressing table, a sack of sugar, a breakfast table and a sack of flour. Revival Meetings to Start. Revival meetings will start January 1 at the Free Methodist church on Tenth street, with Rev. W. B. Hueka- bo*?, evangelist, of Texas, in charge. ___ _____ Th*? first _______ meeting will be at * "* 11 a. . m. on that day. The Reverend Mr. Huck abee is reputed to be an able speaker. Annual Cannery Meeting. The annual meeting of the Cottage Grove cannery will be held at 10 a. in. Monday, January 9, in the cham ber of commerce rooms. Officers are to he elected and other business trans acted. Appointed on Library Board. Mrs. H. W. Titus and N. E. Glass have been reappointed members of the library board for terms of three years each. One stop won’t tako you very far, You’ve got to keep on walking; Ono word wou’t toll folks what you are, You’ve got to keep on talking; Onco inch won’t make you very tall, You’ve got to keep on growing; One little nd won’t r» it all, You’ve got to keep ’em going.