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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1923)
COTTAGE GROVE SENTINUL, F RIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1923
EUGENE WELL IS DOWN
LANE COUNTY GETTING TOO
TO DISTANCE OF 700 FEET
MANY PLUMS IS PROTEST
Why You Should
Invest in Local
B«cause the local oil promotion ia being handled by a
man whose integrity has been established who has the
absolute confidence of those who have known him for
Because there is every indication that every promise and
prediction made by Dr. Olson is going to be fulfilled.
Because you have his success elsewhere to guide- you as
to the probability of his success here.
Because he has come here to develop a natural resource
which hundreds of the citizens here already believed was
here to be developed.
Bcause you should do something to help boost something
which means so much to YOUR community.
Because you are guaranteed against lose, which is a con
dition under which no other oil stock has ever been sold.
Because the presence of a lake of oil here has been
scientifically proved ami vouched for by geologists of
national reputation and your investment is certain to
pay liberal dividends.
See TOM AWBREY for further
particulars at Durham’s Store
Knowles & Graber
Under the Ford Weekly Purchase Plan
Within a short time, tinder the weekly
payment plan yon can own a Fordson
tractor -the machine that tears tip the
toughest soil without hesitation, that rips
the mortgage off the old home place,
while the business farmer merely feeds
the gas and guides his gasoline steed
along the path it should follow—some
system vou can’t beat.
As for an investment nothing equals it
you invest a mere $5 a week in some
thing that pays big dividends from the
moment it goes to work—and costs noth
ing for upkeep when it is not earning
for its owner.
Authorized Ford Dealers
Payment« on Weekly Pnrchaae
Plan will be deposited with the
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Drilling at the well of the Guar
anty Oil company on the Eugene
Bible university property at Eu
gene is making good progress and
the drill is now down to over 700
feet. Dr. Olson, president of the
company, states that he is certain
that oil will be struck somewhere
between 1500 and 3000 feet. The
drill has passed through three strata
of oil bearing sand, which is an
indication that oil in paying quan
tities is to be found in the near
Too many Lane county men are
gaining positions in the state in
dustrial accident department, pro
test other parts of the state, par
ticularly Salem. Ralph Jackson,
former Lane county clerk, Harry
Mown, former I.ane county judge, 8.
8. George, of Eugene, and Chester
Noland, of Creswell, are among the
members of the commission. Resi
dents of the capital city believe
that Commissioner Elkins, of Lane,
has been too generous to his home
county in distributing plums.
Wife of County Engineer Dies.
Mrs. Margaret G. Morse, wife of
Percy M. Morse, Lane county sur
veyor, died at her home at 991
Eigtheenth avenue east in Eugene
August 22 from paralysis, having
been stricken only four hours pre
Eclipse of Sun Coming.
For the first time since 1918 an
eclipse of the sun, visible from Cot
tage Grove, is scheduled for Mon
day, September 10. Although not
quite a total eclipse, such as the
last one, the display this year will
be about 80 per cent. The shadow
will pass in a southwest direction
toward the south and in southern
California and Mexico the eclipse
will be total. The time of th« ex
♦------------------------------------------------ ♦ treme shadow will be about noon
OLD BAGS WANTED— NOTHING or shortly after.
leas than 2 feet square. Must be
clean and of material that will ab
Judge King Will Quit.
sorb gasoline; old underclothing,
Alta King, for four years city
flannols and the like preferred. Cun recorder of Eugene, has announced
not use old socks, mercerized or that he expects to resign within a
hurd surface goods or small pieces few weeks and will either resume
of any kind. We waut the best rags his law practice, which he gave up
and pay the best price, 5 cents the to accept the position of recorder,
pound. The Sentinel.
tf or will accept a position in the legal
WANTED—SHAWLS TO KNIT. department of one of the state com
$1.60 for 16-ounce shawl. Could missions that has been offered him.
leuve yarn at rest room. Phone Judge King said that he is relin
14-1'2. Mrs. Celia Handy. augl0-31p quishing the office on account of
the comparatively low salary at
MONEY EOK YOU—PAY CASH tached to it, which is $160 a month.
for your wantads and get three
insertions for the price of two. tfp Eugene Banks Make Service Charge.
Eugene banks have decided upon
FOR SALE—TEAM, WAGON AND a service charge of 50 cents the
harness. I. A. Randall, phone mouth upon all accounts that aver
165 J, Cottage Grove.
al7-31p age less than $50 and upon which
checks have been drawn during the
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT. month.
Mrs. Sarah E. Kerr, 39 Nellis
Cottage Grove banks have as yet
al7 31p taker, no action along that line.
WANTED—A SCHOOL TEACHER
as a companion, who will be home
evenings. Room and board will be
Aug. 29.—Miss May Rouse, of Eu
furnished. Inquire of Mrs. Btrau-
sen, 706 Chestnut street,
a24spt7p gene, visited a few days of this
week with friends in this neighbor
Toggenburg doe, 15-16 pure, eligi
Willard Holt has moved back on
bio to registration; one six-month- to the Paul Landwehr place, after
old doe, 3-4 pure, beautifully being away for several months.
marked; both for $25 or your choice
Miss Bessie Mooney is home from
for $15. Write Box 23, Creswoll, California and is visiting her par
ag24spt7p ents, Mr. and Mrs. Butte Mooney.
The Farmers’ union will give a
WANTED—CAR LOAD JERSEY supper and necktie social at the
heifers, two to three years old. I Walden school house September 3.
have for sale 10 head of purebred Thero will be free ice cream. Ev
Shropshire yearling rams, and some eryone is welcome.
good grade Hampshire«. J. W.
Mrs. Surah McCall and daughter,
Veatch, phone 174-J.
a31sl4p Mrs. Voight, and granddaughter
are visiting at the Finley
FOR RENT OR SALE—A GOOD
home on cast side of Cottage Whipps home.
Grove. For sale, good cow, cream
separator, water power washing ma KEM GETS SKATE; SKATES ON
chine, feed cuttor, fow grain sacks
and household furniture. G. B. Ar-
from page 4)
TEAM FOR SALE—ONE 7 YEAR careless and reckless driving.
old horse, weight 1400 lbs., one
Mr. Kein admits that he is not
12-year-old mare, weight 1250 lbs. a constitutional lawyer, but he must
a31p know that enforcement of law be
a travesty when peace of
PEACHES FOR HALE—$1 THE comes
ficers nre permitted to make the
bushel and pick ’ein yourself. W. taw, which they would in fact be
P. Huff, on old south Pacific high doing under Mr. Kem’s plan.
way, just out of city limits.
Mr. Kem errs in his interpreta
FOR SALE—A GOOD STEEL tion of the law when he infers
range in A-l condition. Mrs. J. that the state has said that a great
W. McCormick, 326 north Seventh er speed than 30 miles an hour is a
street, phone 128-1«
n31sptl4p dangerous speed. The state hns not
said that, but it is the duty of th«
TO TRADE—MY 320 ACRE FARM state to protect the lives and prop
near Crime, Hurney county, Oro., erty of its citizens and it says that
for Cottage Grove or nenrby prop if that limit is observed the lives
erty. N. J. Huff, Alpine, Ore. a.'ils mid property of its citizens should
bo safe. In setting this limit it has
taken into consideration the human
ROOM AND BOARD $1 THE DAY. element. It knows that many drivers
Mrs. W. M. George, 927 south will operate their cars with de
a31sl Ip fective brakes, it knows that many
WANT TO HUY WHEAT PHONE driven will operate ears likely to
26F12. B. A. Sntiuer. a31sptl4p go to pieces if driven at a greater
speed. It knows that many drivers
WANT TO LIST SMALL FARMS who could pass a first clnss exam
anil closein acreage. If good and ination ought not to drive at a
priced right list with me for re greater speed. Therefore it Bets that
suits. Recleanod homegrown rye as a safe speed.
Mr. Kem errs seriously when he
seed, 2L) cents; uncleaned, 2'4
Bart. Johnston, Saginaw, says that the fact that a driver is
a31sptl4p operating within the speed limit is
a defense in case he injures person
FOUND SOME BELTING AND or property. Nothing could be fur
other articles. Owner may have ther from the facts.
same by claiming property and pay
Let us quote the law, which rends
ing for this ad. W. 8. Keyes. a31p as follows:
“Every person operating a motor
FOR RENT 55 ACRE FARM, 3 vehicle on the public highways of
miles from Cottage Grove on this state shall drive the same in n
gravel road. Good house, barn, alt careful and prudent manner, not to
tillable land. Phone 128 Y. Mrs. J. exceed 30 miles per hour, and with
W. McCormick, 327 north Seventh in the limits of incorporated cities
a31tfc mid towns not to exceed 20 miles
WANT TO BUY PAIR GUINEA per hour, and at intersections and
fowl. Write to B. M. Hawley, schoolhouses not to exceed 12 miles
Disston route, Cottage tlnivc. a31p per hour, aud in no case at a rate
of speed that will endanger the
property of another, or the life and
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
limb of any person.’’
This quotation of the law takes
Estate of Benjamin D. Stephen all the wind out of Mr. Kein’s
sails. The thing ho asks for is al
Notice is hereby given that Mabel ready law, with the addition of a
Alstott was on the 28th day of speed limit. Taking off the limit
August, 1923, appointed adminis could only benefit the speed demon.
tratrix with will annexed of the
Read the law again, Mr. Kem,
estate of Benjamin 1>. Stephenson, and we feel quite certain you will
deceased, by the County Court of be of the opinion that your argu
the State of Oregon in Lane County ments are several years behind the
mid that all persons having claims operation of the taw.
against the said estate are required
The Sentinel maintains its former
to file the same, duly verified, with position, that permanent suspen
said Administratrix, at the law of sion of a driver’s license would not
fine of H. J. Shinn, in Cottage ho constitutional. Even if such a
Grove, Lane County, Oregon, with punishment were constitutional, we
in six months from the first publi nave ample evidence that the full
cation of this notice which will be penalty of the law would not be
the 31st dav of August, 1923.
carried out. Murderers have been
given life sentences and released
Administratrix with will annexed. within a few years. Permanent sue
H. J SHINN,
pension of a driver’s license wonld
^t£ornev forMtatei^a31sj>e28e mean no more than a year’s sus
peaeion, which is now a penalty for
Eighth Grade Examinations.
reckless and careless driving. The
The regular state eighth grade power that suspended eon Id rein
exHininntions will be given in dis state, and that is what would hap
tricts where there are nny pupils to pen in 99 per cent of the eases.
take them who have complied with
Finally, neither permanent sus
conditions and the district board is pension of licenses nor the lifting
willing to see that rhey are given, of the speed limit is likely ever to
on Thursday mid Friday, September become the law of the land, re
6th and 7th. Questions must bo ap gardless of what we may think
plied for before September 3rd or about it We have got to get the
they will not be sent.
rcehleas driver by some other me tn
E. J. MOORE.
od. Jailing him* is about the beet
a31 County School Superintendent. remedy we have at hand.
of Apparel for Early
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