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COTTAGE GROVE, LANE COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1923
governor did when he said that any
be laid on top of the present asphait, :
< local lassies easily annexed the
increase in the amount raised by
thereby greatly strengthening tho '
match, the score being 38 to 1Ü.
i the millage tax in 1922 should be
pavement so that it is expected to
Those who played on tho local
applied in reducing the amount of
boar up under the heaviest traffic.
I teams were:
1 the tax. Mr. Speuco admitted that
_ Improvement of tho seven miles of
Boys—Cleo Morelock, Hairy Skil
' the educational institutions are
| roudway will be comparatively easy
ling, Wendell Cochran, Bay MeCar-
' greatly hindered in their work by
¡as there is little grading to be done.
' gar, Roy Heck, Dale Miller, Heurv
¡the fact that richer states take our
i Hubbell, Dana McCargar and Del-
Floods in Valley Delay Arrival of best instructors by offering them Magladry Heads Industries and LAWSON SENDS SCENES
Senator Magladry Will Introduce mas Richmond.
Roads and Bridges Throughout the
Many Legislators; Lane House
Fi»k is Chairman of Game
Girls—Ava Young, Dollie Pitcher,
OF ROOSEVELT HIGHWAY
Measure Providing Appro
County Suffer Thousands
I Ho said there was no help for this
Members Are Late.
Committee in Senate.
priation of $30,000.
of Dollars’ Damage.
I | condition—that we could not com-
A group of attractive scenes of
I pete with the wealthier states.
Evelyn Veateh, _ Gwen
beauty spots along the stretch of
By Elbert Bode.
Favorable action upon the pro Lenone Hohl, Frances Newlun, Gon-
Lane county men in the senate Roosevelt highway already complet
that a bourbon democrat has
Flood waters in Lana county,
State Capitol, Salem, Jan. 9.—The t I says
drew some choice plums in the way ed between Roseburg and Coos Bay posed appropriation of $30,01'9 for evieve Bice.
which reached the highest stag for
old ship of state, badly waterlogged I water. In proof of his statement, of committee appointments in the have been received by C. A. Bartell an armory in this city by the state
many years Saturday and Sunday,
and almost ruddeniess and almost I 1 and evidently believing that the organization of the legislative body. from B. K. Lawson, formerly of legislature now in session is antici VICTOR KEM TO HANDLE
ELECTRICAL FIXTURES havo now recoded until tho streams
uneaptained, drifted into the »•-i
^T^eSoT8 m “ht be Senator J. 8. Magladry heads the this city and now manager of the pated. Senator J. 8. Magladry has
are practically at their normal win
luiu harbor Monday. Speakmg of doubted, he cites his own ex^rience industries committee and Senator Macleay ostate at Wedderburu. Tho this piece of legislation in charge
Victor Kem has tendered his res ter stage. The recoding floods have
Salem as a narbor is no joke. Many in
b()d Fred Fisk the game committee. Ma scenes are attractively mounted and and was expected to place the bill
bared the damage done to roads,
buildings have floated away, other» Alb*
the 8^^ Pacific. gladry is also assigned to the com framed for display in the hotel lob before the senate Wednesday. With ignation to the Mountain States bridges
and property, making pos
Power company to become effective
uro barely hanging to their founda- At
At that point he was picked up by
sible an inventory of losses. Dam-
tiene and a large part of the city Engineer McLeod, of the highway assessment and taxation, irrigation, Portland to Los Angeles have been on military affairs and Senator Fred February 1 and plans then to open , ago
to roads and bridges throughout
is under water. The harbor is not department, who thought it would judiciary, military, railroads and presented with the views as an ad Fisk on the committee on ways and an electrical fixtures store in one
, the county will aggregate many
any too safe for the legislative craft be all right to use a state car in utilities and resolutions. Fisk is on vertisement for the highway.
means the bill is likely to have of the store rooms of C. J. Kern’s thousands of dollars, according to
and there is some prospect that it assisting a legislator in getting to medicine, pharmacy and dentistry,
Among the points of interest pic easy sailing, at least through the new building. Mr. Kem has boen : estimates of county officials.
with the Mountain States company
may be beaten to pieces upon the the session. The high water at Jef and horticulture, besides having a tured are Humbug mountain, Ban senate.
Generally speaking, this is the
reef of discord which was interject ferson was reached and was crossed strategic position on the ways and don beach, Coos Bay bar, the Marsh
The bill us prepared by officers since that company took over tho worst flood since tlie extreme high
ed into the early hours of the ses by walking the Southern Pacific means committee, to which will be field-Coquille highway, Port Orford of Company D provides for the ap property of the Cottage Grove
sion when Senator Joseph made a tracks for a part of the distance referred such legislation as the ar harbor aud Brunkes creek in Curry propriation of the sum of $30,000 Electrical company, owned by O. water of 1899, according to old resi
vituperous attack upon Senator Up t.nd using a boat for the remainder. mory bill, and a bill appropriating county. There aro eight pictures in out of the general fund of tho state M. Kem end C. M. Shinn, with dents. While the water may not
havo been us high us as it has been
ton, who had been nominated for The roadbed had been washed from $56,000 to replace the fire loss re- the group.
treasury. If it is successful in the which he also was associated.
several times since 1890, damage is
the presidency. Counter insinuations under tho tracks for a short dis cetnly suffered at tho University of
Roosevelt highway is. said to be a legislature, the county will be called
greater for tho reason that thore
were made against Senator Joseph, tance and the men walked the ties Oregon, etc.
very beautiful stretch of roadway upon to provide $15,000 toward the MRS. DARBY REELECTED
HEAD OF MOTHER’S CAUB are now more extensive highways,
sometimes referred to as the sena which hung to the rails. When Rep In the house Representative Ben and is thought by some to bo even expenso of the project and the city
more bridges and more valuable
torial viper, which reputation he resentative Bailey trusted his 230 F. Keeney, once holder of a stellar more attractive than Columbia high has already voted bonds for a like
Mrs. W. L. Darby was reelected property than in the days of othor
maintain» with more satisfaction to pounds to this precarious method of role in that body, was assigned to way.
president of the Mothers’ club fo.-
himself than dignity to the delib crossing the boiling and roaring positions on capitol building and
Cottage Grove suffered no ma
tho coming year at a meeting of
orations of the body of which he is waters there was grave danger that grounds, counties, and forestry and
Convention Date Is Changed.
University of Oregon, Eugene, tho organization Saturday. Sho hrs terial ill effects from the high water
the session might have to be com conservation committees. Mr. Kee
Deopits the absence of a number pleted with only 59 members. The ney promptly rose following the
Jan. 9.—Tho date of the annual con already served half a your, having but was practically marooned from
of members of the house, held up crossing was effected successfully, announcements and declined to
ventions of the Oregon High School been elected last summer following the world Bunday. No Portland
by floods over the state, the house however, ..and from Jefferson there serve, but Speaker Kubli ruled that
press association anu tho association the resignation of Mrs. Amelia papers arrived. The Southern Pa
was called to order on time and was no trouble in getting here. He appointments could not be declined.
of Oregon high school student body Phelps. Tho other newly elected cific maintained service from Eu
K. K. Kubli, of Multnomah, was arrived late in the Monday after The reason given privately by Mr.
presidents and secretaries hold un officers are Mrs. George Barrows, gene south but the highw ay between
Cottage Grove and Eugene was im
elected to the speakership. Follow noon session.
Keeney for his attempt to decline Debts Are raid and Money Left in der the auspices of the University vice president; Mrs. W. L. Hatch, passable. Many Collage Grove peo
ing the election of desk clerks and
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of Oregon school of journalism and secretary and treasurer; Mrs. W. L.
these appointments was that he was
Treasury at Close of Year;
other officials end clerks, the house
the associated students has been Darby and Mrs. Amelia Phelps, ple who had motored to Eugene
Within a few days it will bo all being punished for refusing to com
Annual Meeting Held.
Saturday were, marooned there over
marked time while the senate day and all flight for the legislators mit himself upon the speakership
changed from January 19 and 20 to managers.
the week end or hud to return by
awaited tho arrival of Senator Ed ana for some of them it will be in advance of tho election of mem
February 2 and 3. Tho change was
rail. Many motor parlies who tried
dy, minority candidate for the pres “all day” when they arrive home. bers thereof. He is said to have
made because the first semester in LARGE ATTENDANCE AT
idency, who left Roseburg Saturday
FOREST GROVES’ FUNERAL to got north h$iturdiiy night and
coveted appointment upon assess gregation of the Christian church many high schools will end about
Sunday had to turn buck this side
forenoon and did not reach here
No member of either house from ment and taxation, with which sub was held Sunday, Mrs. Louise Kel- tho time of the former date and ex
until noon Monday. After marking Lane county has yet introduced a jects he is familiar, but did not ask
Tho funeral of Forest Groves, who of Eugene and some had to wade
aminations would make attendance
time during the entire afternoon bill and it is likely that they will such appointment.
was killed in Albany Monduy of in deep water to got to safety.
from those schools impossible.
absence of the pastor, Bev. J. E.
while tho senate proceeded with its make a record for not cluttering
last week, was conducted from tho
Tho condition of the Coast fork
organization, the house adjourned the calendar.
chapel Friday afternoon and was south of tho city was serious Satur
Loses Two Fingers in Saw.
until 7:30, at which time Governor
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H. A. VanDuzen lost tho first very largely attended. Rev. A. B. day but the rise of a few inches
food and dairy products, and resolu high water. The financial report of
Fierce was inaugurated.
Ernest Wyatt, former Cottage tions and Representative Bailey is tho church was made, showing all and second fingers of his left hand Spearow, pastor of the Presbyterian that would have sent the water
Monday afternoon whilo operating church, conducted tho sorvice. Com down through the city did not come.
Grove resident, has been a visitor
The Lane county delegation in at the sessions. As he is local man on judiciary, forestry and conserva debts paid and a balance left in tho a circle saw at George Hohl’s shop. pany D, National Guard of Oregon, The water dropped six feet during
thi house did not reach here until ager for the Standard Oil company,
of which Forest was a member, tho night uud iho rain Bunday was
Almost 100 new members havo been The fingers were taken entirely off. escorted the body to the cemetery, not
the Monday afternoon session and it is believed that he intends sell
heavy enough to cause another
added to the church during the past
were then on the first train to get ing a large supply of Zerolene to
where it was buried with military serious rise.
through after tho high water. They the ways and, means committee to
honors, a detachment of his com
Tho vuulor did considerable dam
Officers elected for the coming
spent th i earlier part of the day be used in greasing the skids.
rades acting as pallbearers.
age to tho highway and private
year are: Elders—C. J. Sarff, N. W.
being piloted by the Southern Pa
between Eugene and
White, Roy Hands and O. V. Huff.
cific over its west side lines. El AMERICAN LEGION CHIEF
Foot of Snow in California.
Springfield. Tho gravel shoulders
bert Bede, candidate for reading
Mrs. L. L. Woolley returned Wed ol tho highway are washed out and
VISITS RALPH TEETERS
Hemenway, A. E. Burrows, Albert
clerk, arrived on tho same train,
nesday of last week from Dunsmuir,
Deceased Leaves Two Sons, Karl K. Hull, Claude Sherman, Fred Beidler, Chorus Choir of Presbyterian Church Calif., whore she spent ChriBtmas the pavement is undermined some
but had been unanimously elected
An interior view of the Hahner-
what in a number of places. A por
A. L. Woodard, C. A. Lambert, E.
to the position before his arrival. mann United States veterans bu
Mills, of This City, and James
with Mr. Woolloy. There is plenty tion of the north approach to the
Presents Musical Program;
The bridge upon which the legisla reau hospital in Portland iB shown
Mills, of North Bend.
overhead crossing at MeVoigh point
tors crossed to the Halen; side of in Monday evening’s Portland Tele
Hays, Ralph Chestnut, Charles F.
ularly in carpenter work, according was taken out.
Walker, Charles Lacky, Leslie Hull,
tho river was declared unsafe short gram. The picture was taken on the
to Mrs. Woolloy.
Late Saturday night people resid
ly afterward, Senators Magladry occasion of the recent visit of Alviu
Dunsmuir was experiencing a cold
Mrs. Mary E. Nesbit, mother of and Alfred Beidler. Deaconesses—
The Presbyterian church was
and Fisk arrived ahead of the flood. M. Owsley, national commandor of Khrl K. Mills, of this city, who Mrs. George You^i, Mrs. Claude
spell when she loft and tho ground ing in West Springfield sent a call
to Eugene for help. Tho water was
the American Legion, to disabled died January 6 at the homo of her Plaster, Mrs. Lora Finnerty, Mrs.
Tho King Com waasgMBWrud with a foot of snow.
It is understood that Representa- ex-service men in the hospital, and son, was buried yesterday afternoon, Anna Elledge, Mrs. Mary Hambrick, Christmas cantata, ‘ ' ‘Thi
The show continued until sho rising rapidly and had begun to
creep up into the lower stories. Sev
tive Keeney intends introducing a shows Owsley sitting on the edge services being conducted from the Mrs. E. A. Hughes, Mrs. Charles
reached tho Oregon line.
eral families wore removed in boats,
bill to abolish the life tenureship of a cat in conversation with Ralph chapel at 2 o ’clock followed by in Brown, Mrs. Kittie Kimo, Mrs. choir of that church, undoubtedly
some of them from second story
of the adjutant general.
Teeters, son of Mr. and Mrs. George terment in the A. F. & A. MI. O. Clara Stevens and Mrs. Ida Cald ious music ever presented in this Bon Ton Moves to New Quarters. windows.
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Clarence Btoneburg has moved
Teeters, of this city, who is in the O. F. cemetery. Rev. H. B. Iler, well. Trustees—G. W. McFarland, city, either by local talent or visit
Between Eugene and Junction
Representative H. C. Wheeler, hospital for treatment for tubercu pastor of the Baptist church, per A. E. Burrows, Claude Piaster and ing musicians. Soloists wore Mrs. his Bon Ton confectionery from the
tho pavement has boon badly
of Lane, is framing a measure for losis of the spine.
formed the last sad rites both at Alfred Beidler.
Victor Kem, Mrs. Ivan Warner, old Bank of Cottago Grove building City
and a number of places
the relief of rural high schools,
Mr. and Mrs. Teeters and baby the chapel and at the grave.
Mrs. Earl Arthur, Mrs. Carl Witte, into its new quarters in the O. E. damaged
will bo temporarily graveled until
which now depend entirely upon resided in Warrenton until recently,
Mrs. Nesbit was born in Milan,
Mrs. George Matthews, Mrs. E. W. Stewart building recently vacated permanent
repairs cun be made. Be
their own resources. He would have but came here just before Mr. O., March 2, 1841. She moved from
Armes, Bev. A. R. Spearow and Ben by C. J. Kem. The interior of tho tween Juuctiou
City and Harrisburg
a county tax levied, from which all Teeters went to the hospital.
building has boon newly painted
there to Chicago in 1888 and came
high school districts of the county
and decorated, and now booths and many small bridges and culverts
from there to Oregon several years
othor attractive appointments in went out but little damage is said
would receive a stated amount for
ago, making her home at Newberg
which is the first of a number of stalled.
to havo been done to the now grade
tach pupil, the amount to decrease
■until coming to Cottage Grove. Mrs.
as the number of students increase.
of the road. The McKenzie river
Nesbit is survived by two sons, Karl
highway has boen pretty badly dam
Lane county rural schools, he be
K. Mills, of Cottage Grove, and Claud Schrack Is Chosen to Succeed winter and spring. The accompan
aged. A number of slides have oc
lieves, will have to go out of busi
James Mills, of North Bend, and a
0. E. Stewart, Who Resigned;
curred and the new grade has been
ness if they cannot be supported in
sister, Mrs. John Kent, of Sacra-
large part by a general tax.
washed out here and thore. The
mento, Calif. Mrs. Nesbit was a
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Members of the chorus were Mrs.
Siuslaw and its tributarios were
Thirteen Cottage Grove Students member of the Presbyterian church
very high. The water is said to
and of the Eugene chapter of the
C. E. Spence, state master of the
Make Records Above Aver
The entire board of directors of Earl Arthur, Mrs. Charles Adams,
have been two feet deep in the
Eastern Star lodge.
grange, who is never absent from a
age in Scholarship.
the Cottage Grove Cannery associa Mrs. Boy Short and Mrs. N. 8. Lee, Presbyterian Church Choir Sponsors streets at Mapleton and other settle
Funeral services were postponed tion was reelected at the annual
session and who by virtue of his
ments along tho river suffered. It
First of a Series of Eve
three days because the son James meeting of the stockholders Mon sopranos. Mrs. C. C. Cruson, Mrs.
olfice has a vote as a regent of the
Carl Witte, Mrs. Ernest Armes, Mrs.
is quite likely that a good many
Agricultural college, says hs is not
nings of Music.
The name of Marjorie Spearow, was unable to arrive from North duy with the exception of C. E. George Matthews, Mrs. J. Q. Wil
bridges in that portion of the coun
here to seek a reduction in the wife of Rev. A. R. Spearow, pastor Bend until Wednesday morning on Ble wart, who resigned because of
wore washed away, but county
support of the institutions of higher of the Presbyterian church of this account of the high water.
the press of other business affairs. altos; O. O. Veateh and H. A.
have not yet had time to
learning, although it was suspecten city, appears on the list of honor
John Seifert, tenor and instructor
George O. Knowles was reelected Hagen and Rev. A. R. Spearow, ten
receive definite reports from out
New Fire Ttuck Is Tried Out.
that such might be his mission. He students at the University of Ore
president, Charles Bales vice presi ors; Ren Sanford, George Matthews, in the University of Oregon school lying
A trial run was made Monday dent, Grant tower secretary, and
forcibly expressed himself as op gon during the fall term of the
of music, and Mrs. William Moll
posed to large endowments for the present school year. Thirty-eight night by the fire department with M. M. Wheeler and G. W. McFar Worth Harvey, R. A. Trask, Ivan Case, soprano, will bo soloists at an
All road supervisors whore dam
support of state-supported insitu- students were on this list, none of the new fire truck. Within three land directors. Claud Schrack, of Warner, Mr. Van Osdel, William evening of music at the Presbyter age has boen done to roads and
tions. He gave as his reason the them receiving grades lower than minutes after leaving the city hall Lorane was elected to succeed Mr. Thum, Dale Wyatt and Van Beatty, ian church this evening at 8 o ’clock bridges havo been i nst i ucted to be
possibility that those making large 2, 1 being the highest grade. No the crew he.d hose at work r.t the Stewart, and N. E. Glass was elect basses.
sponsored by the choir of tho gin repair work immcdintely with
contributions might influence the flunks are recorded against any of west side school house.
church. Mr. Seifert and Mrs. Caso out consulting the < unty court, in
ed to serve out the unexpired term
conduct of such institutions, which the 13 Cottage Grove students dur
will be assisted by a large chorus order to facilitate th work and re
of the late A. J. Stevens.
he stated is the case with many ing the term.
of voices, also from Eugene. Solos store traffic as quickly as possible.
endowed institutions. He expressed
and quartet and chorus numbers
Other students whose homes are
meeting of the northwest canners’
his belief that state support should here or have been in the past are
make up the program which prom OOOS BAY IS ISOLATED
bo taken away from any endowed Edgar L. Bohlman, sophomore in
BY FLOODS AND SLIDES
ises to be something good.
Mr. Seifert is acknowledged to bo
architecture; Clyde W. Leonard,
businoss transacted at the conven
When questioned as to how the junior in medicine; Henry E. Schae
Marshfield, Ore., Jan. 8-—The Coos
one of tho best tenors in tho coun
proposed endowment fund for the fer, special student; Martha H.
Death of 23 Males and 26 Females try and has been active in church Bay section has been isolated since
University of Oregon, to be contrib Johnson, junior in romance lan Decrease of $3000 in Outstyiding
night and is still without
and musical circles in Eugene since
and Birth of 66 Males and
O. E. Crowe Salesman for Woodsons.
uted in small amounts by graduates guages; Dorothy Bowles, freshman
hope of outside communication be
63 Females Recorded.
and friends of the institution could in physical education; Kathleen
fore Wednesday at tho earliest.
O. E. Crowe, of Lorane, has ac-
Lowering of Levy.
* work harm, he admitted that such Kem, senior in English; Irma Ran
cepted a position as salesman for
Tickets may be obtained from Highways and railroads between
an endowment might meet with his dall, freshman in education; Ruth
the Woodson Brothers garage, Hie
of the choir or st the here and Roseburg are blocked and
Eight cases of contagious disease membors
approval and further admitted that Stewart, senior in music; Sylvia
A decrease of $3009.04 in the war family will remain at Lorane for
following business houses: Gray’s prevented 35 marooned traveling
the result might be a reduction in Veateh, sophomore in mathematics; rent indebtedness of the general fund the [ resent.
cash and carry store, Helliwell, salesmen from leaving today. Trains
officer during l',22, according to the Bungs
the amount of . tax money asked Marian M. White, freshman in bus of the city was made in 1922, not
Ic Marksbury, Smith & Short. are carrying food Io mon who went
fiom the state.
No money will be accepted at the to the resim of Southern Pacific
iness administration, and Ralph withstanding the fact that the gen
Mr. Spence believes with Gover Spearow, junior in psychology. eral fund levy was $509 less than CHILDHOOD SWEETHEARTS,
door Friday evening, tickets being tracks and wreckage- on tho Siuslaw
nor Pierce that all institutions Grades of all these students were that of the year before. At the MARRY AFTER SEPARATION theria, of which there was a slight absolutely necessary for admittance. rivor. One train which went yester
day to holp el. ar slides was caught
should live within their present in above the average.
close of 1922 the outstanding war OF MORE THAN 47 YEARS summer.
comes but did not go as far as the
between two avnlnnehos of mud and
rants of the city not paid for want
Forty eight deaths, 23 males and
rock and cannot move either way.
A romance which started half
of funds totaled $15,010.40, while
Man's Skull Fractuned.
25 females, were recorded during
Lakeside reports the highest water
Marion Horning, employed at Ru- at the beginning of the year the a century ago resulted in a wed
PRESBYTERIAN PASTOR HAS jada, was taken to a Eugene hos outstanding warrants totaled $18,- ding at the county clerk’» office 1922 as compared with 40 reported
A nine pound son, born January that the ten-i.iilc section has over
in 1921. Four of the deaths were
HARDSHIPS ON TRIP TO COT
pital Tuesday following an accident
5 to Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Lancaster, known, several houses being flooded.
TAGE GROVE FOR SERVICES in which he was wounded on the tained in the report of the city ter E. Wallace and Mrs. Julia children under five years of age. was the first 1923 baby reported In tho Umjiqua river region, near
Births reported in 1922 numbered
back of the head. He was uncon
to the Fair stero and received tho tho coast, the flood was tho heaviest
The distance from any home scious when brought to the office meeting of that body for the year. married by Bev. A. R. Spearow. 129, 66 males and 63 females, as baby jacket offered by J. A. in If years. A log boom holding
in Cottage Grove to the Pres of a local physician Monday but The amount of outstanding war- Both are 68 years of age and compared with 122 for 1921.
Wright, proprietor of the store, to 1500 logs belonging to George Cha
byterian church during the high reco sered consciousness before being rents in the street fund has not yet had been married before. They
first child born in the Cottage ney broko at Johnson, on the Co
took the minister with them to
Don’t have any slackers; keep Grove
water of a week ago would not removed to Eugene. It is thought been reported.
country ufter January 1 and quille river, Sunday morning and
the court house and were married track of what each hen does by reported
mentioning in that a buck chain struck him. He
have been worth
to the store. The child has the erftire supply wont down the
beside the counter where the li using egg record cards; for sale by not yet been
difficulties ' is suffering from a fracture of the HIGHWAY AT GOSHEN
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named. A number of river and was caught at Prosper.
The Sentinel at $1.76 the hundred. other attractive
experienced by the pastor, Rev. ! skull, although the extent of his
gifts are awaiting r
WILL BE IMPROVED cense
As a lad and lass of 12 the
A. B. Spearow, in getting to I injury is not yet determined.
other 1923 babies at tho Fair store
two went to school together and BASKETBALL TEAMS
Cottage Grove for his Sunday
and they will be presented as soon
The pavement on Pacific highway
With the water so Eugene on Mountain States Power. between Goshen and Eugene, north were sweethearts. Later both
—patronize those who
DEFEAT SPRINGFIELD as the babies are reported.
married and reared families. Mr.
advertise, because by
high that automobiles were un
of Cottage Grove, will be widened Wallace lost his family during
able to make the trip and with
ig they show that
Seven Born, Five Die, In Decern be».
they are Uve business men
railroad connections off Rev. i this week by the Mountain States according to B. A. Booth, '■hairman the influenza epidemic while
Mrs Young’s children are grown.
Spearow and three other men
the state highway commission. IIA month ago Mrs. Young came header from teams from Springfield were born during December, accord
—which means that they
started to walk
- - from —
Eugene jPower company’s plant at Spring of
high school Friday night in the ar ing to the report of Dr. B. R. Job,
turn their stocks over
Saturday night at 11 o ’dock. Kenzie having d-.maged the Eugene inches thick will be laid each side II to Cottage O-rove from Prine
and always have
After traveling eight miles on 'municipal plant near Waltervlile to of the present asphaltic pavement, | ville and now the man and worn
new goods en their
foot they finally secured a ride I -etih an extent th.>t it could not be widening the present roadway from | an who had not seen each other contest, the score being 21 to IS, females and two males died during
■ for 47 years are husband and in which the local quintet showed the same period.
in a passing automobile, arriving
operated. Tho Eugene plant re 15 to 20 feet and, in addition, a IH«-
superior team work. The visiting
here at 2 a. m.
three-inch coating of asphalt will
girls exhibited little pep and the
Watch the label oa your paper.
'L========= Burned operation Wednesday.
ARMORY BILL EXPECTED
TO BE FAVORED
Al MEETING MONDAY
REDUCED IN PAST YEAR