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COTTAGE GROVK, LANK COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1922
COTT AGE GROVE ONCE MORE
IS MILITARY CITY
CAPITALISTS AND SECTION
LABORER ARE EQUALS
Aüjutaut General White Keeps Promise
and Machine Gun Out l it
I h Organized.
T raffic lawn know no favorite*.
I’rn nk L. Chamber*, Fug«*n«' «*ap
it it lint n n«l banker, will have to
forego the |i!«'UMiire of driving hi*
ear for nearly a mouth. Judge Alta
King, o f the Kiigene police court,
suM|M*iidfd hi* operator ’* license uu
til February 2, b«*Hid«** fining him
$25 for speeding. According to the
jMilice, Mr. Ouimbcr* wa* caught
driving on Eleventh avenue cum !
toward hi* home at the rate of
nearly 25 mil«'* fin hour.
W. I*. 1C«»«I«*iibitii|^h, a laborer in
the yard* of the Hoitthern Pacific
company at Kiigenc, wa* Keiitenced
to *|ieud one day in jail for s|»ee<l
iug hi* ear. He wa* detected violat-
i ng the traffic law ou Klcvcnth
avenue w«»st. Itodcubaugh said that
he received but $2.96 a day for hi*
work and tin* judge declared that
rather than a**e** a fine again*!
him and perhaps deprive hi* family
of some of the neeessitic* o f life
he would give him a abort sentence
Uodeubniigh said he had
mtlicr pay the fine.
Frank Hardy, prominent Kiigenc
attorney, wa* fined $2 for operating
hi* ear with tin* muffler open.
Cottage Grove io uditili tin* homo of
io< i .. in company, it miiohiiio gun
mi iinr> outfit hu\ mg be«*n organi/«*«!
In i ni^hl with Hi'vuriil muri* than till*
i i*i|U 11 * it in in mi u ui strength of tifi. Of
hi i 'L i won* «‘lerled but too Into for
publient ion in tin insili*. Thu organiza
lion followi'i! a «limier at Hotel Hnrtell
attend«'«! by members of (hr now com
puny unii bum nos* mou.
He vomi cities of the state wanted
this rompauy ami ('ottani* Grove g«»l
it largely because of its pant military
• i out, uiliiril to tin* energy of tin*
chamber o f commerce ami of military
men in going after it. Adjutant (leu
• ral White practically promised the
. ily upon the o r d in im i of his Fourth
pi July visit here that the first avail
able outfit would be placed here and
U pon Ins recent V isit to Washington
successful in getting several
c o m p a n ie s assigned to the stati*.
w i e present at the mustering in last
PRODUCERS HIT BY DROP
IN EGG PRICE
Kgg prices here have dropped to 25
rents, which means a largely decreased
income to the owners of the many
thousands of chickens of this section.
The reduced price thus early in the
season is sail! by those familiar with
the busmens to be due iu purt to the
mild winter which has oucourugcd
heuvy laying and to the fact that buy
ers of eggs are taking precautionary
measures against being caught on a
quick drop 111 the market as they were
a vrai ago, at which time the local
price weut as low as 14 cents, the
lowest 111 recent years. Producers at
saved themselves from a
large loss by storing the produet.
Wrights Write From Cali forma.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wright, who are
spend i ug several mouths in Fallt orma,
write from Sauta Cruz. The trip was
motor without difficulty.
had paved roads until they
reached the California line, dirt roads
to bedding und paved roads from there
on. They rejsirt more rain than that
to which they are accustomed in Ore
gon and on Christman day they wit
iicsscd the worst down |siur o f rain
they hud ever seen.
They are en
joying themselves watching the wild
waves roll and with deep sen fishing
Mr und Mrs. It K. Walker, o f this
city, arc also s|M*nd»ng the winter
OLD PAVING ON NINTH
STREET MAY BE SAVED
ignite u saving to the city will be
effected by the nature of the tri party
contract for the paving of Pacific
highway through the city. According
to the copy received by the citj
government, the state highway com
mission will accept a four inch overlay,
taperiug to the sides, on the portions
of street which already have been
The commission may
older a Hi foot concrete «•«'liter, with
two-inch overlay at tin* sides. Hither
method would mean quite a saving to
tin* city and would do away with tin-
tearing up and resurfacing o f Ninth
LOVING CUPS ARE UP
AS GUN CLUB TROPHIES
T w o silver loving cu | ih nrr ii|> in a
t iiurniiiuenl .a which members o f I h.-
,,itugc Urovo Rod and ...........
oienee^ Hundny morning ami will eon
liliuc eight weeks, with a 25 bird shoot
.neh Mil inlay morning.
will be divided into two claiMes, ne
cording to their proficiency, and n
.up will he given each eliisa.
cupn have been presented by A. \\
.1 11, well mid S. 8. I mm. well, president
eretary of the IllI..
JANUARY 20 IS LAST DAY
FOR 1921 UOF.N8E PLATES
Automobile owner* will he allowed
to retain their 1921 license platen until
about January 20, ueeording to a letter
received by Sheriff Wtiekeln from See
rotary o f State Sam A. Kozer, hut
lifter that time the officer* will lie in
strutted to arrest those whose Iasi
year's plates still remain on their
cars, as It is figured thnt the conges
tioti o f applications for licenses will
have been relieved by that time and
that all who have applied will have
The secretary of state says that ear
•owner* were late this year in applying
ami as a result the force in his office
is far behind in supplying the plates.
Small Wreck on 0. P. & E.
A small amount of damage was done
to the bridge on the Oregon »’unfit'
& Eastern railwny a short distance
,4, -ode o f Kujada when two heavy
loaded log ears tried running on the
bridge timbers instead of upon the,
rails. The accident happened Niitur
day and the bridge was ill shape for
. peintions Monday, the ears and logs
also having been picked lip.
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WEIGH OUT AT
What are thought to have been
the largest pig* ever raised in this
*e«*tion wen* *<dd Hcvoral day* ago
by Harry McDole to the City mar
ket. They were 10 month* o f age,
<d‘ tin* O. 1. C. «train, and the threi*
tipped the *«*iile« lit 1999 pound*
live weight. They were raised upon
growth wu* forced from tim«* of
birth. The McDole* have made a
reputation in raising first clas* hog*
but thi* is by tar their bent record.
PROFIT FOR YEAR
Affair* o f City Are Put Into Ship
Shape and Collections Are
A successful busin«*** conduct of the
c it y ’* affair* for the past year is
indicated in the annual re|x»rt of R«*
cordcr Homer A. Galloway. The office
showed a n«*t profit to the city. The
report, which is something of n novelty
iu Cottage Grove municipal affairs, is
During the year ending December
ill th«* 4‘ curniiij'H’ ’ of the recorder’*
office were $520. The expenses, in
cluding salary o f the recorder, were
$.'109.21, leaving a net profit o f $150.79.
(ither direct collecti«*us were $1246.58.
The minute* o f 12 regular, 41 ad
journed and four apecial session*, a
total o f 57, were- taken and entered in
Notices are (Misted for 25 ordinance*,
involving, with tin* *|M*cial election,
over .100 separate poatings. The or
«linaiices included eleven improvement
ordinances, «d‘ which three t*Hil«a«l be
cans«* o f remoustrniiee*, the projects
embraced by three are under contract
and five nr«* completed, work paid for
and bonds sold.
regulated speed «d' railway trains and
prohibit«*«! obstruction o f crossings,
width of certain sidewalk* and ri*
routed Pacific highway.
assessment ordinances, two were bond
ordinances and one was for the animal
The *tr«*«*t nsse*sm«*nt
docket o f city liens and docket of
bond liens were turned over to the
(»resent recorder unbainn<*ed.
account (d‘ the hundreds has been gone
over carefully, including the back iu
teresl (‘alculatioiis and all paym«»iit* or
claimed pnyinents com (»a red with the
treasurer’s account o f same. At least
two statements o f account have been
mailed to every debtor and three, four
and five to seores id' delinquent*.
Tin* new accounts representing the
improvemt-nt* completed this y«»ar—
paving of alley north o f Main, the
new sanitary sewer south o f Main and
improvement o f North Lane and North
M streets and Whiteaker avenue, were
entered iu the books. The*«' improve
meats, amounting to $1.1,472.65, stand
as follow*: Paid in cash, $2659.19,
city 's share, $1062.82; applied for
bonds, $*9X0.51, unpaid $820.12.
The total collection* during tin* y«*ar
for street, alley and newer improve
incuts, nmouiit to $12,127.94, o f which
$2659.19 were, us *tated above, cash
payments on the new work; $5191.20
were payment* on former work by
those in 4 ‘ good stnmling, ’ f that i*
those who were not buck ou more than
amounted to $4287.55. The work of
this o ffice in th«* collection o f street
a**en*ment* shows iu the rapid paying
o f f o f the Bancroft bonds.
Dire«»t collection*, including fine*,
license*, miscellaneous fees, street «!«•
part meat for Hidewalks, roller and
crusher rentals, total $1767.12, which,
added to the *treet a*s«‘s*ments, make
BIRTHS FOR YEAR TREBLE CANNERY EARNED 20 PER
CENT LAST YEAR
= = ;
WATER RENT COLLECTOR
FOR THE CITY
Th«* first monthly r**port o f H. H.
Fiester, water collector, indicates
that the employment of a man to
uUend to this business exclusively
was a wise action on tin* purt o f
th«» city council.
The Cottage Grove cannery earned•
Th«» total collections for the
profits o f 29 j**r cent on its stock dur
ing the past season, according to the |
amount r«*iiiaiiiiiig <!«‘liiiqucnt for
ivport at the annual meeting Monday
the month was only $27, probably
forenoon and this d«**pito unfavorbule
conditions in the cannery business at | the lowest it lias ever been at th«»
end o f the month.
the opening o f the season.
customer* were added
A change was made in the personnel
month, three were cut o ff and 15
o f the board of director*, wheu A. J.
cliang«** were made.
Mt«?v«*ns was elected to take the (dace
amount of deliinpieueies collected
o f si. It. Cooley, who d<*«*liued r e fa c
during the month were $176.25 and
tion. Mr. Cooley had served siuce th«»
the total amount remaining dcliu
organization o f the cannery. G. O.
queut ut the «‘ ltd o f the mouth was
Knowles and G. \V. McFarland, who
$91.59. From users o f water who
also have served since th«» cannery’*
w«*r<» not o f record and had been
organization, were reelected.
paying nothing to the city the
amount of $199.59 was collected.
Th«» latter item particularly show*
th«» benefit o f having a man ex
clusively on the one job.
HIGHEST IN COUNTY
Oontagiou* and Infectious Disease* Q. O. Knowles and Q. W. McFarland.
Directors Since Organization,
Are Greater Than They Had
Put Back on Job.
Been for Long Time.
Condition I b Due Partly to Progress
Being Made in Reducing the
C ity4* Indebtedness.
There were more than three times a*
many births in Cottage Grove during
1921 as there were deaths and this de
spite th«* fact that for the first time
in many year* there were numerous
eases of coutagiou* and infectious
disease*. Of these, 12 eases o f <iiph
theriu were reported and thr«*e cases
o f scarlet fever.
The total number o f births was 121,
68 mules and 52 females.
The total number o f death* was 29,
24 males and 15 females.
During the year before there were
128 birth* and 62 deaths, showing a
decided improvement in the ratio for
tin* past year.
Cottage Grove has the somewhat
doubtful houor o f imviitg the high«*st
tax levy fur 1922 of any city in tho
county, although several others run a
close second. Cottage Grove s levy is
71.1 mills. Creswell is lowest with 47.2
mills. Those levies iiiciud«» tuxes for
every purpose— city, school, county
The size o f the levy does not neces
sarily indicate the financial condition
o f the city. Cottage* Grove is each
year reducing its indebtedness mater
laliy, making special city and school
levies for this purpose totaling about
8 ,/ii milks. The financial condition of
both city ami school district is excel
lent and taxpayers look forward to the
time when levies may be reduced be
cause o f greatly reduced indebtedness.
The municipal levies o f tho cities of
the county uud the total levy in eacu
GRANGE ASKS TUBERCULAR SEX EDUCATONAL MEETINGS
TEST FOR COWS
Diseased Cows Will Be Ordered Killed Norman F. Coleman Gives His Ideas
ou Christian Solution o f In
and Will Be Paid for at Two-
Thirds o f Value.
The grange is promoting a movement
for tin* federal tubercular test for all
cow* of the Cottage Grove section,
having the cooperation o f County
Agent Whitney and Professor K. J.
Kdwards, o f the agriculture depart
meat o f the Cot tug«* Grove school*. Mr.
Whitney addressed the high school us
scinhly and agriculture class yesterday
u|M»ii tin* subject and members o f the
latter class t«»ok (wtitions to be circu
lated among cattle owners. Other pc
tit ions have be«*u placed w ith .Sterling's
fe«*d store, Kconomy feed store, Jones
Sc Katou, Smith Sh«»rt and the cream
«*ry, in the city, with J. H. Kirk at
Doreua, at Heck's store, l*«»ndon, with
Bartlett Johnston, at Saginaw, and ut
l«owry's store, Walker. It is neccsaarv
that 150 to 200 cows be signed on each
route to be visited.
Cow* which react to the test will
be ordered killed. They will be np
praised nt not to exceed $75 for grades
and $150 for thoroughbreds ami own
«•rs will be paid two thirds o f the ap
praised value. Animal* ordered killed
are shipped to government inspected
laughter house and the state and fed
eral government, make up any d iffer
ence between what the carcass brings
and the amount the owner is to re
The grange committee in charge is
'«»ntjtOMcd o f S. H. Vcatch, G. W. Me
Far In nd, A. J. Stevens, M. M Wheeler,
». Ii. Cooley and K. J. Kd wards.
•u v iii .like daui has been built
ou Prayther creek for th«* c it y ’s water
system. This is an improvement which
has been under consideration for a
year or more. The new intake is about
590 feet above the old intake and is
above all danger o f seepage from th»*
logging railway which makes its first
switchback near this point. The darn
was (»ut in by Joshua House and (1. B.
Pitcher w**nt up yesterday to extend
th»* water main* amt make the new
EVENING OF MUSIC AT
Thr Caroliera h im ! th*1 ladies chorus
w ill present mi evening o f iiiusie nt the
Presbyterian church Hu inlay evening
next, January 15, in lieu o f the usual
service, under the direetiou o f Miss
Kstlier Hilsliy and Rev. A. K. Spcarow.
This will lie the first o f u series of
sacred concerts to In' presented by the
luusienl organizations of the church.
The program follows:
Prelude, “ The Is>st ( ’herd
vnn)— Miss Price aud Miss Hiisby.
Prayer— Rev. Hpearow.
“ Cavalleria Kusticana’ ’ (Mascagni)
— Miss Polts and Miss Hiisby.
“ Come Unto M e " (W ilson )—The
“ O Iwive D ivine’ ’ (N evin )— Mrs.
Adams, Mrs. Kern, Mrs. Cruson, Miss
“ The Holy C ity ’ ’ (Adam s)— Mr.
“ Holy Redeemer” (M nrchetti)—La
“ Day Is Dying in the W est” (Hher-
w in)—-Mr. Hargreaves, Mr. Smith, Mr.
Harvey, Mr. Wyatt.
“ Oil lsird Remember M e’ ’ (Caro
Rom u)- Mrs. Arthur.
“ The Place o f Music in the l i f e of
the Community” — Rev. Hpearow.
Water)- Mrs. Beager.
“ The Harbor o f G o ld " (Creswell)
— The Caroliers.
“ B abylon” (W atson)— Miss Potts.
“ Hear Us, O Father”
Pnrks)— Mrs. Arthur, Mrs. Short, Mrs.
Cruson, Mrs. Matthews.
“ Praise the L ord ” (G abriel)— Mixed
Post 111 de, ” Prelude ’ ’ ( Rachmaninoff)
— Miss Price.
Bell Ringers dive Entertainment.
The bell ringing quartet appeared
here last night as a iinmlier in the ly
ceum course sponsored by the high
school student body, giving a highly
Birth Records Are Again High.
This city maintains its record for a
high birth rate. There were 13 births
during December and only three deaths.
Of the births, seven were males and
six were females.
LOCKED IN ICE BOX BUT
JUST THE SAME
A. G. Williams, o f the P eople’s
The social hygiene meetings held
market, had the experience a few'
Saturday and Buiolay for men and
days ago o f being locked into the
young men, women and young women,
ice box with the thermometer be
attraeled good sized uiulieuces of both
low freezing and no telling when
sexes. The pictures aud the lectures
someone would op«»n the*door and
which accompanied th«*in were plainly
release him. What seemed almost
yet refinedly instructive upou sex
like an eternity probably was not
questions and sex diseases. Almost
over three minutes bui he might
without exception the members o f the
easily have been left in there
audiences took the pictures and talks
longer, because those working with
for what they were meant to be.
in u few feet of the box could not
Norman F. Coleman, president of
hear him calling ut the top o f his
the Oregon Social Hygiene society, un
voice. The frigid condition o f the
der whose auspice* the meetings were
box did not stop the perspiration
held, gave the explanatory talk at the
from rising but he remarked, after
m en’s meeting and Mrs. Kllyn Kelly,
being released, that the place re
also of the society, gave tin* talk at
puted to be so hot would have been
the women’s meeting.
quite a welcome change o f climate.
Mr. Coleman, who is also president
of the L. L. L L. labor organization,
spok. at the Presbyterian church*Bun-
<lay evening upon 44The Christian So
lution of Our industrial Problems.”
His solution w h s cooperation between
employer and employe, upou which
principle the L. L. L. L. organization
Portland Bankers Find That Lane Five
Per Cent Bonds Are Worth
Kansas Farm May Be Valuable.
Nearly Their Face.
J. M. Durham stands a good chance
o f getting better than agricultural
prices for a farm which he and a
I«ane county road bonds to the
brother own iu Kansas. Several oil
wells have b«*«*u drilled in the vicinity amount of $299,099 have been sold to
and drilling will be done oil the Portland banks, un«l all the money will
b«* expended on several projects the
coming spring and summer, according
to announcement o f the county court.
The bunks take the bonds al 99 1-2
cents on the dollar, aud people living
along the different roads to b«* im
proved have deposited the $2999 d if
ference to bring the bonds up to par,
An elaborate program is b«*»ng ar according to the provisions of the vote
ranged for the formal dedication of that authorized the $2,999,999 bond
th«* new high school building at issue. The bonds bear five per cent
Ixiran«*, which will be held upon the interest and are payubh* from 1921 to
ev<*ning o f Friday, January 20. Lorane 1945 inclusive.
The projects to be covered under
is one o f th«* euterprisiug little com
munities o f Lane county, as well as of this $299,999 issue and the amount to
the state. It take* eonsi«l«*rable prid«* be expended upou each are as follows:
Cottage Grove Lorane highway, $19,
iu its educational faciliti«*« and has in
vited its ii«‘ighbors to j«»iu with it in 999; Kliuira to Noti, $48,999; Camp
road from Hayden bridge to
dedicating this new monument to its
progress. Th«* chamb«*r of commerce Camp creek bridge, $29,999; from Coast
will arrang«» n delegation from h«*re fork bridge through C'loverdale t«» the
and several mimb«*rs on the program. ford opposite Creswell, $29,999; Me
Kcuzie highway cast ;»i jilm* ri\«»r, iu
cooperation with the state, $29,999;
HANDLES POISON OAK;
tin* Kugenc l.uk«' creek highway over
TAKEN SERIOUSLY ILL the summit o f tin* Const mountains by
way o f tlu* low puss, to finish grading
Star, Ore., Jan. 10.— (Special to The and to surface th«* grade, $45,999; from
Sentin«*l.)—Serious illness from contact a point it short distune«* cast o f Natron
with (Niison oak vines is not common toward Fall creek, $19,999 ($12,999 to
in this section where th«* vim* is pro b«; expended on this project from tin*
lific, but William Karnshaw, o f Star, market road fu nd); Kugen** l<orauo
developed a case of poisoning from highway from th«* end of tin* p:om»ut
contact with them that has been ho macadam over Conrad hill, $40,900; K1
serious that for one «lay he relaps«*d mira to Franklin, $48,099.
A further bom! issue o f $21,999 is to
into uiiconseiou*n«»ss. II«* is now gr«*atly
improved. W«irkers in th«* woods here be sold to complete the Cottage Grove
are familiar with the vine and seldom Lorain» project, a total o f $59,999 tor
are affected by it but Mr. Karnshaw this road.
• mly recently arrived from Washington
state, did not
the vine and
Return From Florida.
handled it th«* sain«* as any harm lea*
B«*rt Hands and family returned
plaut. He is an employe at th«* J. H. Thursday o f last we«*k from spending
Chambers logging camp.
a year in Dade City, Fla. They stopped
a month or more iu California on
C T. U PLANS ACTIVE
They are visiting at
WORK DURING NEW YEAR present at th«» home of Mr. Huiuls’
parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Ha mis, but
Th«* W. C. T. IT. local i* planning an may again locate
her«», where Mr.
active new year, made doubly ii (* c «» h Hands was one«» engage<l extensively
sary because of iucompletion o f last in the chicken business.
M«»«»tings will b«* h«*l«l here on account o f Mr. llam ls’ n«»ulth,
» ii tin* second and fourth Fridays of which has been much improved.
< h month at homes o f member*. Two
:«1r«»udy have b«»«*n opened for meetings W ILL COOPERATE IN CONDUCT
iml it is thought that other* will be.
OF M UNICIPAL CAMP GROUNDS
Notice o f meetings will be given far
enough in advance to permit all mi*m
The Cottage Grove city government
.«•is to arrange their affairs so as to will cooperate with the city govern
be abl«' to ntt«»ml.
ments o f other citi«*s o f the valley in
An essay contest, which shoubl have the conduct of municipal camp grounds.
come ii(» last year, will b«* conducted An iuvitntion has been accepted to a
m the schools. The local will enter conference to be held in Koseburg on
• «•lively into the promotion o f the February 21. At least oue member of
hildren’s farm home and nn ntt«»mp! the city council will attend.
ill b«* made to provide ««»me of the
furnishing.*» for such a home.
Debating Team* to Meet.
The affirm ative uud negative teams
Two More Mills to Operate
o f the high school which will
J. B. Rouse has order«*«! maekinery other schools of th** valley, will meet
with which to again put into opera each other at the high school next
tion his mill nt f»ondon which has b«»en Momluy evening.
The qu«»stion for
idle for a number o f years. This i* debate is, “ Resolved, that congress
one o f the pioneer mills o f this sec
should prohibit all immigration for a
period o f not l«'s* than five years.”
W. G. Allen is putting in a mill on
the Lyman Adams place south of the
Christian Endeavor Electa
The Christian Knd<*avor of th«» Chris
Roger J. DcLaunay Dies.
Rog«*r J. Defjtunay, well known r<»*- tian church has elected the following
ident o f Curtin, «li«*«l th«*rc January 4, officers: Mrs. Kathryn f*aoky, presi
interment being January 6 in th«* Com dent; Mrs. Fannie Young, vice presi
stock cemetery. Bev. S. Hamrick, of d«*nt; Miss Bylvia Vcatch, secretary;
this city, «»ffic iat«*d. Mr Del^iunny Fluud Sherman, D.usurer; Miss Klsie
was born in Missouri, December 29. Chest nut, organist; Leslie Hull, chor
NEW INTAKE DRAIN PUT IN LORANE INVITES NEIGHBORS
FOR CITY WATER
12 , 905 . 07 .
None But Brick Flues Permitted.
Only brick flues will lm permitted
within the limits of the fire district
o f the city, the council going on record
Mrs. Sherman'* Body Sent East.
The body o f Mrs. Mary Ann Hher to that effect when an application was
man, whose death occurred last week, made at the regular meeting for the
was taken Saturday to New Hartford. construction of a tile cement flue.
Iowa, for interment, being areom
A newspaper without an editorial
daughter in law. The latter probably (»age i* like a ship without a rudder—
willing to take
will visit in the east some time before and you an«
returning. New Hartford is the old chance* on a ahip with a flimsy steer
home of the Shermans.
$300,000 TO BE SPENT ON
Cottage Grove........ ........
Coburg ....... ...................
Florence .............................- ...... 29.5
AMERICA AS WORLD POWER
MAHONE S SUBJECT
1.. D. Muhoue, proinim.’iil Fort la ml
attorney, will deliver his lecture,
44 America as a World P ow er,” at
7:29 Monday evening in the Metho
dist church. It beiug the desire that
as many us possible of both old ami
young attend the lecture, there will
he no admission charge.
Mr. Mahone has delivered this lee
turc a number ot times before universi
ties and other critical audiences and
always it has been spoken o f in the
It was delivered as
the first number o f the recent lyeeurn.
course at the West Virginia Weslyau
university. Mr. Mahouc is reputed to
be oue of the best platform men of
the west and oue o f the best posted
speakers upon public questions.
DOCS AND DENTISTS
HOLD LIVELY SESSION
A session of the Lane County M edi
cal association was held Thursday eve
ning o f last week in the banquet room
o f tlotid Bartell.
Members of the
Southern Willamette Dental society
were invited guest* and a number were
pr«**«*iit. The formal program was pro
f i l e d by a 6 o ’clock bampiet, plates
being laid for 49.
Dr. Ikainer, o f
Portland, gave u talk on x-ray work
ami an address was delivered by ^ilr.
M cinturff, o f Portland, president o f
tin* Liague for Conservation o f Public
SENIOR GIRLS AND JUNIOR
BOYS WIN BASKETBALL
The senior girls and th«» junior boys
won the inter-class basketball tourua-
meut which was concluded Friday eve
ning last, when the senior girls de
feat «*<1 the juniors and the junior boys
defeated the seniors.
second time that each o f th«*se « lasses
has won the cup.
The cups were pre*ent«»d at the as-
seinbly Wednesday noon by Principal
ihirgivnves. Miss Hazel Hwanson, o f
the senior girls, ami Roy Heck, of tho
junior boys, received the cups for th ir
VISIT IN CALIFORNIA
GLAD TO GET HOME
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Horn and sou
Francis, o f Walker, returneti Thursday
of last w«»ek from spending several
months in California.
that, aft«*r all, there is no place like
Oregon. They visited in northern
Mexico during their trip aud, without
wurniiig of any kind, returned to
this aide just uu hour and a half be
fore the border was <*U»*«*<1 to traffic
iu either direction. Several thousand
o f the generals over there were having
a little family trouble.
MONEY INTO TREASURY
The arroHta for drunkenness Mem to
havo boon greater last year than they
were before complete prohibition, at
though they <lid not approach tho uum
her during tho old saloon regime. Six
teen arrests were made for this o f
fenae during 1U31 aud the finus totaled
«227.50. Forty-five were arrested for
traffic violations anil tho fines totaled
— advertising does more than
merely tell you where goods are
sold and at what price.
— newspaper» generally have
adopted tho practice of priutiug
only the advertising of
—an advertised article means
that in it a purchase you are
protected against fraud aud
— buying an ndvertised article
mean» that the advertiser and
the newspaper which publishes
the advertising guarantee your