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COTTAGE GROVE, LANE COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1923
MISS BAJf. , J> PLEASES
IN COMED/ AT UNIVERSITY
A. L. WOODARD HITS UPON
TIME SAVING DEVICE WHICH
ARMORY MEASURE INTRODUCED
IN SENATE TUESDAY
HIGH SCHOOL OFFICERS ARE
IN CONVENTION IN EUGENE
INCOME TAX BLANKS SENI OUI
Miss Charlotte Banfield, assistant
University of Oregon, Eugene,
instructor in drama and the speech
Jan. 30.—Between 150 and 200 high
A. L. Woodard decided that
arts in the University of Oregon,
school students are expected to at
he was wasting too much time
Improvements During Year Aggre who is a sister of Mrs. 8. 8. Lass- Mad Scramble for Any Idea That in opening a > naif dozen gates Eugene Chamber and American Le tend tho conference of the High
well, of this city, and who has many
School Press association and tho Returns Must Be Made by March
gate Nearly *107,000; Many
to get his tin lizzie from the
gion Pus Resolutions Favor
friends here, delighted Eugene au
May Be Heralded as Panacea
15; Payment May Be Made in
Association of High School Student
highway to his mill property out
diences last week when she played
ing Passage of Bill.
for What Alla Us.
Body Presidents and Secretaries on
from Veatch spur about four
the role of Grandmother Squeers in
the university camp.’s Friday and
New buildings and residences
The Cottage Grove armory bill, Saturday. Programs are designed to
State Capitol, Salem, Ore., Jan. ingenious way of saving the timo
” The play is a comedy of
Portland, Ore., Jan. 30.—Blanks
erected in Cottage Grove during tho Man.
29.—The very air here is surcharged formerly wasted. He took down asking an appropriation of *30,960, givo delegates general and technical for the use of individual taxpayers
year 1922 indicate the wonderful Fergus Beddie, head of the depart with the idea that taxes must be the gates and put cattle guards was introduced in the senate Tues instruction that will benefit them
growth the city is undergoing, ment, and is based on the poems of 1 reduced and that the plan followed in thoir place, running tho guards day, being fathered by the joint in their respective duties of editing in making out their income tax re
and managing high school papers turns for the year 1922 have beeu
/here was more building perhaps
Whitcomb Biley and was , to bring about the result should be •crosswise, instead of lengthwise, military committee, of which Sena and annuals and conducting the af mailed by Clyde G. Huntley, col
than for any like period in the his James
as is generally done. Two 2x6
presented on three successive nights.
fairs of student bodies. J. A. lector of internal revenue, to every
tory of the city.
A critic in reviewing the play said feathers with the least amount of planks are set into the guards a member. Adjutant General George Churchill, stato superintendent of taxpayer who filed a return for the
improvements in the business sec ol
Miss Banfield’s work:
crosswise but slightly lower than
year 1921. These returns must be
tion of the aity were the Kem two-
With this end in view there are the sharp edge of the guards, session of the committee, told of the public instruction, will mako one of made out and filed in tho collector’s
“Miss Banfield’s extremely ef
the principal addresses at a joint
story brick veneer business block fective
representation of Grand
the edges of which are sloped
meeting of tho association. Among office not later than March 15.
and apartment building, erected mother Squeers
was a delight. There every imaginable penalty for the down to the planks.
These company and said that it was en
upon the location of the old Oregon are a good many eharacters in the person who swears falsely to a tax planks are set apart the exact titled to the first money to be giv the students who will speak are Each return must be accompanied
hotel; the Lawson tile garage build Hoosier comedy, but .when the audi return and there must be a dozen width of the running gear of en for armories. This is the only representatives of high schools at by a paymeut of at least one fourth
ing on Fifth street, on the old ence left tho little theater they re bills which provide for increasing Woodard’s lizzie and with the aimory appropriation being sought Albany, Enterprise, Molalla, Port of tho amount of the tax or, at tho
of the taxpayer, the entire
Lurch property, for many years oc membered best the bent little old license fees now being charged or sloping edges of the guards to at this session. At the last session land, Silverton, McMinnville, New option
amount may bo paid at the time of
cupied by The Sentinel and a hotel woman, humanly wilful and with a provide for licensing something not hold the wheels onto the two- ol' the legislature armory appropria berg and Grants Pass, and members filing,
although the government
of the faculty of the school of
sample room; the tile addition to touch of humorous insight into ¿ev before licensed. None of these have inch surface of the planks Mr. tions totaled *115,000.
urges payment of the tax in full on
the Allison White Front block, now ery situation.’’
Both the Eugone chamber of com journalism will give technical in- or before March 15. Where the tax
anything to do with what is known Woodard has no difficulty in
occupied by the Meeks cigar store,
as the major plan for tax reduction getting across. Of course a goat merce and the Lane county post of st ruction.
payer pays only one-fourth of his
the Spray one-story concrete office
and tax redistribution. The fellows can go anywhere that a lizzie the American Legion at Eugene
tux when he files his return, he has
building adjoining the old Bank of
who are not in on the big deal feel
can and a two-inch surface would have passed resolutions favoring the
the privilege of paying the balance
Cottage Grove building on Main
that they wish to offer something be more than sufficient, so Mr. measure and submitted them to tho
in three equal installments on June
street, and the Bradley service sta
and most any kind of an idea is Woodard cut some old casings Lane county legislative delegation.
15 Septeaibjr 15 and December 15,
tion at 404 south Fifth street. The
M. H. Anderson presented the
grasped and heralded as a panacea into three-foot lengths and nail
respectively. Boturns must be filed
Sentinel estimates that the total
for all th it ails us.
by the following persons:
ed one end of these in such man facts concerning the need for the
cost of these improvements was not
An example of this grasping at ner that the other end stands
Every individual who nad a net
lass than *47,000.
State Association to Hear Methods
Process of Producing Charcoal and Income of $1000 or more, is single,
up in the air over the runway.
A record was made in the build
The car bumps this out of the
of Increasing Business Effi
Wood. Distillation From Waste
Jf “ulrriedand not living with
ing of residences and many of them
would license merchandising estab way and after the car has passed fore the Legion and made the ap
. , J
husband or wife;
are among the finest in the city.
lishments. Almost no retailer could the “gate” comes back into po peal for support from the Eugene
Wood Is Successful.
Every judividual who hud a not
Those which come to mind are the
escape. The licensed merchandiser sition. No goat will attempt to body of ex-service men.
ii come of *2000 cr more, if married
ones erected by C. 8. Roberts, Fred
University of Dregon, Eugene,
University of Oregon, Eugene, I ft,|d liviog with husband or wife;
mp it with only tw
two inches of
Wright, John Cameron, William Jan. 30.—The Oregon State Retail that at the proper time he would
ace to alight upon.
Jan. 30.—Bo successful has been the
Every indiv'dual who had a gross
Massey, 8. B. Brand, George Kebel- Merchants’ association will hold its turn over to the assessor a correct
ARE PARTIALLY SETTLED process discovered and perfected by income of *5000 or more, regurdless
beck, 8. V. Allison, E. T. Blakely, nineteenth annual convention in Eu statement of the amount and value
Professor O. F. Stafford, head of 01 whe’hor or not that sum notted
C. 8. Montgomery, Albert Hull, Al gene February 19, 20 and 21 in co of his stock. Should it be found
Partial settlement of right-of-way the University of Oregon chemistry *'*?} a c',nt °t profit.
bert Woodard, H. W. Titus, E. A. operation with the University of that he had sworn falsely to a state to make provisions that will admit difficulties
utilization of Exemptions are the same as those
on the Pacific highway department, for the
Lilley, Victor Kem, A. L. Welden, Oregon school of business adminis ment to the assessor, his license Oregon tax officials to the federal just north of
Cottage Grove were waste wood in tho production of “1®"0“,1“1 year: Single person,
D. W. McKinney, Boy Leonard, John tration. An educational program, in as a merchandiser would be revoked records.
One of the big cards in the ad effected last week when property charcoal and woou distillation prod- ’^000; ,. . °*. family, or married
McKay, Fred Montgomery. A new cluding addresses on methods of in and he could no longer conduct the
owners along the route of the new ucts that one of the two big corpo- I Pyr8OU living with husband or wife,
school house was built at Latham creasing business efficiency, has business. What would happen to ministration program is a severance stretch
of highway were visited by ratious utilizing this method on a '*3500, unless the net income is in
during the past year, and Met been arranged by the school at tho the stock of goods is not plain and tax, which was precipitated upon J. M. Divers,
attorney for the state commercial scale will soon increase '‘*ce8S of *5009, in which ease the
calf & Lilly added a mammoth request of the association. With the how foreign capital could be in the session today. ’ The author, Rep highway commissioner.
exemption is only *2000; for each
Condemna the capacity of its plant.
greenhouse. The Sentinel estimates exception of the opening program vited to a state with that kind of a resentative Watson, believes it will tion proceedings have been found
This company is the Tonnessoe ' 'ependent under 18, or incapable of
that these cost not less than *60,000, on the morning of February 19, law on the statute books ia even produce something like a million
corporation, a subsidiary self support, *400.
necessary us a last resort. Charles Eastman
r, VilTVint mtiu
making a grand total of not less which is to be held in the rooms of more inexplicable, but the fact that dollars.
Belief that an income tax, a sev 8. Cochran is the only property of tho Eastman Kodak company. be confused with the necessity of
than *107,000 lor the new construc the Eugene chamber of commerce, legislation of such a character can
tion during the year. Unquestion and the annual banquet on the eve be sincerely introduced and believed
Tenn., has a capacity at present of ruing .a return. . Returns' must bo
ably others not listed here and ad ning of February 21, all sessions by its authors to be just what islation will produce a large propor abido by the price fixed by the 200 cords daily. This will be in- filed
1 “ in order ‘ that exemptions be
ditions and improvements to old will be on the university campus.
Doctor Pierce ordered, indicates the
allowed.. For instauce a single .,
temper of the session.
structure! woi.ld bring the total to
The program follows:
equipment, according to word that 8on Illuy be the head of a family,
not less than *125,000. The Sentinel
There are now at least four in
February 19, morning, opening
COX GETS BACK GUN SOLD
has reached tho campus this week. ln which case he is entitled to an
' ■ the
would be pleased to have other program with address of welcome; come tax plans before the house ing towards
TO ALLEGED CHECK FORGER
Since Professor Stafford and the <>xemption of *2500 as well as *400
building improvements called to its afternoon, “Making Your Adver and one or more additional ones
firm of Boston engineers behind *or each dependent, but if his in-
Improvements at the tising Pay,’’ Prof. F. A. Nagley; are possible even though the last
Z. L. Cox, second hand dealer, him demonstrated that his process '’0®e is *1000 or more ho must file
mills would add considerably to the “The Proper Belation of Business day for introduction of bills has tion that none feel competent to located the gun which E. V. Leon was practical commercially, leading a . raturn. A married person, living
CoBts,’’ Prof. C. L. Kelly; “The
ard secured from him a couple of tho Eastman corporation to ostab "?l. •'"sband or wife, in order to
Lane county will lose about a weeks ago and for which Leonard lish
Considerable construction is al Business Man and His Banker—Bor ods differ widely in many respects
an industrial center at Kings-
exemption of *2500 and *400
of land to ______
ready planned for the coming year. rowing at the Bank,’’ Prof. F. E. and have some of the marks of hav- section
Benton and paid with a forged check. Leonard port, there aas been a marked do- R°,r each dependent, must likewise
ing been hurriedly thrown together Lincoln counties by the provisions had left the gun at the home of a velopment at the Tennessee city.
A mong those who will erect homes Folts.
.a return, although his actual
' legislation introduced by Bailey. friend wit.i whom he boarded while A village of 31 modern houses was net lueomo for 1922 was only *2000.
are Dr. A. W. Kime, A. A. Rich
February 20, morning, “Project with the idea of having them of
The purpose of the legislation is to operating here. Ho paid for the constructed for employes of the . The necessity of filing a return
mond, C. C. Cruson, C. E. Frost, ing Your Advertising Message, ’ ’ whipped into shape in committee.
That an income tax will be enact- 1 make the county lino run on section gun with a *20 check, which was plant and will house 155 persons. 13 based upon tho actual net income
Boy E. Short, J. T. Smith, H. B. Prof. Nagley; “The Proper Belation
Griggs and T. C. Wheeler. Mr. Cru of Business Costs,’’ a continuance ed at all is not certain, but if one lines.
found to be worthless. Not having Besides the construction of tho vil and while exemptions will in many
it will -J
House bill 278. by McMahan, <rf enough cash on hands at tho time luge, a great deal of construction I li,atance8 relieve tho taxpayer from
son has already Btarted work at of his first day’s lecture, Prof. Kel should
——12 * become
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the corner of Sixth street and ly; “Beducing Costs of Borrowed graduated tax that does not do too Marion, who is determined to ciit Mr. Cox gave Leonard a check for work has boen undertaken in the I
payment of income tax, such
the support to the institutions rtf *16, having sold the gun for *4.00. plunt itself. Professor Stafford was I I’e^yrn3 must bo filed in order to
Capital,’’ Prof. Folts; afternoon,' much of a pyramiding stunt.
The grange bill that would go as higher learning, proposes that no Leonard cashed the check at the in Kingsport during the entire per-1 claim the amuxptions.
meetings of various trade groups.
February 21, morning, “Belling high as 15 por cent will not be fa public funds from whatever sourae Sample Store.
iod of the installation of the retorts
Secrets That Build Business,’’ Prof. vored unless greatly modified. It is derived may be used for instruction
and other equipment, directed the
Nagley; “A Bureau for Compiling admitted that the McMahan bill, in architecture, allied arts, business EUGENE MEN BUY FRUIT
work and supervised tho tests.
Average Coats for the State of Ore said to be the administration bill, administration,
GROWERS BANK AT CRESWE
Solid, liquid and gaseous products
gon,’’ Prof. Kelly; “Your Partner and thus advertised on the floor of medicine or commerce. He wouk
obtained by the Stafford process
in the Bank,’’ Prof. Folts. After the house today, goes too high in take the state out of the business
Controlling interest in the Cres are utilized. Tho Tenessee East
noon, annual election of officers. taking exactly half the schedule of of teaching professions or trade.
well Fruit Growers’ bank has boen man plant attaches its greatest im
Local Business Man Defendant in Evening, annual banquet at Hotel the federal income tax. The flat
A severance tax bill made its aj- purchased by Claude D. Borer, presi portance
to tho acetone and alcohol
tux proposed by the tax investiga pea~ance today and is stated by its dent; Bruce B. Brundage, cashier;
Case Over Settlement of Estate;
which are used in the manufacture Ashland to Play Return Game To
J. Harold Beytien, assistant cashier
morrow Afternoon; Heck High
*60,000 Amount Claimed.
photographic films, but the char
Pierce once was a member, has mot the administration bill, although it and Charles Sigman, teller of the of
Men Show Interest In Meeting.
coal and by-products find a ready
Mau With Total of 16.
Eugene Bank of Commorce. Direc market.
Twenty-six men attended the
Abraham Bangs, member of the meeting
torship of the bank will be assumed
conducted at the Presby
mercantile firm of Helliwell, Bangs terian church
Girl» Defeat Eugene Team.
Cottage Grove high school by a
Sunday afternoon at member of the body that framed it. governor. Watson’s bill would apply by Mr. Rorer and Mr. Brundage
and Marksbury, is being sued by which the subject,
Cottage Grove high school girls «‘V “ the last half of the game
but there will be no other changes
his brother Edson Bangs for *37,- Men Object to Joining the Church,’’ bills, comes nearer to hitting the taken from the earth or waters of in the personnel of the bank. The defeats! tho Y. M. C. A. girls team "“ «turned winner over Eugene
500, which the latter claims is his
discussed. The crowd was much prevailing idea of what an income the states and probably from the Creswell institution has doposits of from Eugene by a score of 28 to P“8h, «boo’» basketball team on
share of the estate of their step was
than on the Sunday before tax should be. The personal tax is air above the earth. The amount *104,798.09 and total resources of 16 last Friday night. The game tho lo<?* ,bx'ro?"d‘Jr
mother, Mrs. Irene Bangs, who died when about
graduated to 6 per cent, while the of tax to be laid is left blank ip *118,874.75. The paid in capital was played in Eugene.
Eugone lead with
last may, together with interest at
business tax is flat 2 per cent and the bill. It is understood that Gov stock is *10,000, surplus *3,000 and
a score of 19 to 14 at the end of
the rate of six per cent for ten
one is deductible from the other, so ernor Pierce desires a severance tap undivided profits are reported at
years, making a total of *60,000
that two taxos will not be paid on only on timber taken from federal *1,049.66.
which he seeks to recover.
the same income. There will be a lands, which can not be otherwH'
Edson Bangs claims that his step
spirited fight to put into any in taxed.
PilMMICCIilMCD QU ADD
gathering 16 points. Johnson, Eu-
PRESBYTERIAN LAYMEN GO
mother, wife of the late Eli Bangs,
come tax law that may be enacted
uu u i UllnKr
pfcne, made 14 points. Neither team
TO CORVALLIS GATHERING
pioneer livery man of Eugene,
a provision that the amount of real
I played a substitute.
agreed to turn over to him *7000
estate and personal property tax
Grove meets the univer-
Twelve laymen from the Presby Stockholders Denounce Action of| I 8it Cottage
worth of personal property for his Salt Laks Grappler Will Attempt may be deducted from the amount
y high five tonight in Eugene
terian church in thjs city attended
interest in the estate of his father,
of income tax paid. That is, If a
Court in Refusing Money and. ‘oniorrow afternoon at 3:30
to Thow Local Favorite Two
the laymen’s conference in Corvallis County
and that she agreed to bequeath
person’s income tax were *200 and
[o’clock they play a return game
Times in One Hour.
him one fourth of the entire estate
he had a real estate and personal
1 Saturday. Among those going wore
Offered to Support Agent.
with Ashland here. Cottage Grove
Mr. an< Mrs. Homer Galloway and
at her death. When Mrs. Bangs
property tax of »150, he would be
I won one and lost one game in the
died last May she bequeathed Edson
required to pay but *50 of the in Many Bills Still in Committee; Only
Besolutions favoring tho recall of I * wo-gaine series with Ashland on
Ralph Hand, local middleweight come tax.
Jamos C. Porter, Bev. A. B.
Bangs but *1. He claims that his
Three Measures So Far Are
Hpearow, Mrs. Anna Gowdy, Miss Emmett Sharp, county commissioner, I the team s southern Oregon trip two
*»■ interest in the personal property of Yokel, famous Salt Lake light
Another method of beating the
Enacted Into Law.
Stella Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Fred were adopted at the annual meeting weeks ago.
the estate of his father was *12,-
devil around the bush in the tax
The line-up in tho Eugene game
Wright and Mr. and Mrs. McLaugh of the Grangers' Eugene Warehouse
000 and in the real property *25,- heavyweight, in a handicap match reduction campaign is to provide
the armory in this city tomorrow
lin. Cottage Grove had next to association in Eugene last week and Cottage
000. Mrs. Bangs bequeathed all of at
Yokel must pin Hand’s ways of making functions and de 26.—Not a bill of major importance the largest out-of-town delegation steps to circulate petitions were
the property that was left of her night.
f_____ (8) McLean
partments of government self sup
taken. The association will soon Heck. (16)
husband ’s estate to her step-son,
porting. As examples it is proposed has yet come before either house
mako a definite step toward the Moroiock, (4) f......... (14) Johnson
hour to win the bout.
Abraham Bangs, and he was ap one Hand
that the railways shall partly sup and not a measure of major im
thorough circulation of the petitions, Hubbell, (4)___ ...............(2) Taylor
Library Hat Street Sign.
pointed as administrator.
is on the calendar for
Skilling, (2)___ g_______ Hartung
it ia said.
Pete Sauers, light heavyweight port the public service commission, portance
Monday in either house. The first
A new street sign has been put
A. C. Miller, of Goshen, made the Cochran, ______ g____ ___ Sheythe
champion of the world, for this that the industries of the state shall major
matter to get consideration up by the public library at , the motion for tho recall resolution,
date. However, Sauers is not now entirely support the accident com in either
house probably will be the library entrance at the rear of the stating that when a previous at
the champ. In a match at Portland mission, that parents of children Hall consolidation
measure, which is First National Bank building. The tempt was made to recall Conimis
Wednesday night of last week Ted shall be required to support their
out of committee early in sign is of wood and hangs over tho sioncr Sharp he opposed it and
Thye downed Sauers and accumulat children who may be in the state expected
coming week. It is possible that street. The labor was donated by signed u remonstrance against it,
ed the light heavy belt and roughed training school, fees of the corpora the
bill will be disposed of by A. L. Wynne and Ren Sanford, the but since the commissioner has
Sauers up considerably in the tion department and of the insur this
ance department are to be increased, adoption of a minority report to only cost being for materials.
openly opposed the employment of
Effie Hopper and Nellie Stewart on
effect that it do not pass,
a county agent even when an offer
here, but Yokel was secured in his convicts at the penitentiary are to the
which will be submitted by Sena
Affirmative Team; Wayne Veatch stead.
be put at profitable labor, etc.
is made to finance the office by Balance In Treasury Near *250;
Many are complaining about the tor Johnson, also author of a con passed, 3. Total, 104.
*2623.34 Received During 1922
private subscription, he has changed
and Sam Swartz Negative.
Yokel and Thye met in Portland
his mind. Of tha 50 or 60 stock
and »2376.16 Paid Out.
last night. The result of the argu size of the auto license fee and solidation
Here is the way legislation will
ment was not yet determined at the there are a dozen or more bills de
third reading, 3; in the senate, 24; holders of the warehouse association
Effie Hopper and Nellie Stewart, time of going to press. Should To signed to right conditions in this stand when the session convenes in committee, 109; killed, 15; with present only one man voted against
The reports of tho financial de-
members of the affirmative team of kel beat Thye, Hand’s match to- respect by reducing the fee and Monday forenoon:
the resolution. —
In the senate: Second reading, 16; drawn, 9; passed both houses, 3.
heartily "in favor of“» county I P^mente of the various branches
the Cottage Grove high school de morrow night will still be with the adding something to the gasoline
bate team, go to Eugene tonight to light heavyweight champion of the tax. The gasoline tax is a dangerous third reading, 3; bills in the house, speed being displayed and also in »gent
Christian church have been
igent he did not believe in tho re °*
prepared for 1922, a balance of
meet the Eugene negative team on world. Yokel defeated Thye only a thing to trifle with and not only
dicates that the amount of business
Another resolution condemning tha I
‘n* left ®
ver for work of
the question: “Resolved, That the couple of weeks ago and may do so because there is some doubt of its if
on hand is not so great but that It
1923. The total amount of money
direct primary law should be re again. At any rate local fans are constitutionality if put high enough
can be disposed of if a full calen
received during the year was
pealed. ” Herbert Lombard, of Cot looking forward to a rare treat and to take away from it the protection
dar should be up each day. The the money offered for the support pl*2623.34 and the amount expended
tage Grove, Walter Myers, of Eu- believe Hand’s speed and cleverness it now enjoys by being made to
major programs, however, are likely
«ene, and Harold Benjamin, of the will enable him to stay the allotted appear necessary for maintenanee
to take a lot of time and unless room in the courthouse was adopted
Following are reports of the dif
University high school in Eugene, time with his heavier opponent.
and repair of highways. There is
minor legislation is disposed of im The
ferent activities :
will be judges.
Several good preliminaries arc mueh doubt if it could stand a eol-
mediately there will bo a badly
Church: Received, *2010.38; ex
The negative teem, Wayne Veatch also on the card, including a four- stitutional test if used to retire
cluttered calendar at the finish, agent free office room in its Pearl ‘ | peases, *1915.23; balance *95.15.
and 8am Swarts meet the Creswell round boxing bout.
bonds or for original construction
it a great amount of op
There is not
Ladies’ Aid: Received, *210.96;
affirmative tonight at 7:30 in the
of highways, but in addition to that
timism as to
1 the possible outcome meats ire made to continue the expense«, *169.90; balance *41.06.
high school auditorium in this city.
a high tax would encourage “boot
of the consolidation and income tax
Alleged Forgers La Jail.
Bunday School: Received, *211.04;
J. E. Tor bet, of Springfield, high
logging’’ in gasoline so long as it
Zll offiiers and directors of the
programs. Both have a good chance
*177.68; balance *33.36.
school, will be one of the judges,
Elmer V. Leonard and W. H. De could be bought several cents cheap
of meeting defeat because of objec UMOclation wore re-clected at tbe|cx Jndeavor:
Received, *142.41; ex
one is from University of Oregon V< 'ore, who were arrested in Port er across a state boundary. For ex
tions to their not being workable, nueting.
penses, *83.80; balance *58.61.
and the other from Oregon Agricul land on a charge of uttering forged ample, Portland’s gasoline sales un-
he opposition to the income tax
tural college. An admission charge cheeks at Cottage Grove and Spring doubteldy would be cut in two by a
Postal Telegraph Of flee Opens. . Women '«
probably will be that it might scare
Wiring for the Postal Taiegraph ‘
«P” " *S8J«;
of 25 cents will be made.
field on Monday appeared before tax that made gasoline 5 cents a
capital from the state. With several
Justice of the Peace Jesse G. Wells gallon cheaper across the river to
uuthoro having distinct and varying company’s office and line in this r>8*,Bea *20.(XI________
An article in an exchange refen and waived examination. They were Vancouver.
ideas on both subjects, it is poaai city was completed the fore part I
to business men who do not adver bound over with bail fixed at *1000.
The belief that an income tax is
hie that doubt as to the beet method of the week and the office, in I A Chicago man choked on a but-
tise. But if they are reel business They are in jail as they were un to be enacted is so strong that the
to pursue might briog about defeat charge of Mm. J. P. Graham, was ton in his soup. Maybe the soup
able to furnish the bail.
men they do advertise.
house has passed a memorial asking
I was made out of dressed beef.
RETAIL MERCHANTS TO MEH IN
EUGENE NEXT MONTH
COTTAGE GROVE TAKES SAME
FROM EUGENE HIGH
GRANGERS FAVOR RECALL DE
UIYIIYII I I LK
TEI BEFORE SOLONS
DEBATES WITH CRESWELL AND
REPORT SHOWS THRIVING®
IN CHRISTIAN CHURCH
at 3:15 o’clock