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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 3, 1924)
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COTTAGE GROVE, LANE COUNTY,
OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1924
KnTAGE GROVE HAS ns FIRST POULTRY OWNERS FAIL TO JOIN
FOR COOPERATIVE SELLING
Review of Lane County Agriculture
WHILE COUNTY IS ONE OF LARGEST PRODUCERS OF THE
Car Off Grade Jumps Onto Paving
Modest Association Head Says Organization
STATE, ITS PRODUCTION OF MANY CROPS IS BELOW AVERAGE
Just as Haight Car At
Streak; Tries to Hide in Bot
Which Has Raised Prices
tempts to Pass.
tom of Thermometer.
Is to Quit.
| Some surprising data upon agri the production of spring wheat her Lane county would go a step fur
The Chevrolet touring car owned
About 12,000 heus were represent- ! culture in Lane county were devel- yield is five bushels less per acre ther in increasing tho production
The first real winter weather for
Cottage Grove has prevailed during ed at a meeting of poultry owners1 oped in a talk delivered recently than tho average for western Ore per cow to the point where it would by C. H. Haight, of Delight Valley,
was somewhat damaged in an acci
the past few days. The thermom held here Thursday night, at whith 1 before high sehool students by N. E. I gon.
Imne county ranks seventh in the highest producing counties listed dent Friday evening that was un
eter dropped to 19 above on Monday State Market Agent Spence, E. J. ! Glass, president of the Bunk of Cot
so far as tho Haight ear
and during the day 4^4 inches of Dixon, manager of the Pacific Foul- tage Grove. Mr. Glass secured the
snow fell. Ou New Year's it try Producers’ association; C. J. i data through the agricultural man yield is five bushel* less per acre from dairy products 70 per cent, or was concerned. Lionel Haight was
at the wheel and his father was in
dropped to half a degree above Hurd, of the O. A. C. extension ser- I of the Oregon Bankers* association, than the average for the state, anj approximately *522,000 annually.
These increases could be brought the ear with him. As they swung
zero and New Year’» night to 3 vice; A. W. Ayres, of Eugene, prom who had secured them through the nine bushels less per acre than the
above. Tho mercury has risen, inoat in cooperative marketing af- extension department of the Oregon average for western Oregon coun about without a targe amount of around one of the curves botweei,
additional expense or labor and here and Saginaw, northward bound,
yesterday, fairs, and F. C. Sehroeder, of Port Agricultural college. Mr. Glass’s ties.
In the production of potatoes would represent practically net gain. a Eord touring ear operated by
aud the barometer predicts moder land, director of the poultry associa-| talk in its entirety makes interest-
Some of the outstanding factors Fred Donipier, transient dealer in
_ even though largely Lnne county ranks ninth in quan
of the low tion and owner of a large poultry | ing reading,
ate weather. Because
tity produced, although her produc to be considered in increasing pro- fur and hides, which had slid off
temperature the snow was “dry” farm near Portland were the speak I statistical, and is as follows:
the grade, got Taction suddenly nnd
and remained on the ground, The ers. The hen owners hesitated, how Line County’s Agricultural Bank. tion is 25 bushels less per acre than iluetion per cow are as follows:
1. The keeping of production rec before .it could be controlled Wild
city’s Christmas tree, in its new ever, to be among those who, Mr.
Lane county’s agriculture is com the average for the state and 23
dress of white, was made won- Dixon stated, must sign ip 250,000 posed of 3200 farms, having an av bushels less per acre than the av ords to determine which cows arc onto tho highway crosswise of the
hens to keep the association from erage improved acreage per farm of erage production in western Oregon producing a profit aud which accru paving. There was no room to get
drously beautiful as the lights
ing a loss. This involves the test by and the Haight car could not bo
played on it at night. Nearly all going out of business, and none 52.7 acres, valued in 1920 at *51.79 counties.
In the production of fruit Lane ing of cows.
stopped >n timo to avoid a collision.
of the young people and mauy of signed up. When the party were per acre, according to the census
2. Better breeding through the Had tho Ford gone forward a few
those not so young enjoyed sleigh here the number of hens yet re figures of the United States depart county ranks tenth in apples, sixth
iu pears, sixth in prunes and third use of purebred bulls and the selec feet farther the Haight car would
riding aud coasting as a New quired was 60,000.
ment of agriculture.
tion of cows.
have beeu able to pass to the rear.
Mr. Dixon explained what the
Year’s diversion. An inch or so
Lane county rauks ninth in in in cherries.
3. Control of diseases, abortion, As it was, the Haight car plowed
Lane county’* 10,500 beef cattle
association has done in past years come received from agricultural
more snow fell yesterday.
through the rear end of the Ford,
Logging camp operations had to in stabilizing the price of eggs and sources, being exceeded by Baker, are valued at *507,000. Her 18,000
4. Better feoding.
tinring off the wheels and wrecking
cease because of the danger of presented figures to show that all Clackamas, Linn, Malheur, Marion, dairy cattle produce for the farmers
part of the ear. Tho force of
overweighted limbs falling aud in- egg producers, whether or not mem Umatilla, Washington aud I anthill through dairy products the value of
imum of ton cows in his herd to the collision put the Ford in motion.
juring the workmen. A uumber of bers of the association, had greatly counties.
It slid along the paving for a short
In 1920 2200 of Lane county’s enable him to do these things.
eamps were already shut down for benefited in the price received for
Lane county has slightly over
Crop Production—The production distance and turned turtle and by
the holidays. It is thought that un their product.
2,900,000 acres of laud, of which farms spent *488,000 for feed.
The censuuH figures show show figures listed above, indicating that this time about all that was loft
less there is more snow all the . State Market Agent Spence said only 5.9 per cent is improved agri
that 1240 farms" are free from mort lame county’s acreage production of was one wheel and the motor. Tho
camps can resume operations within the producer must help himself in cultural land.
getting better prices through coop
a few days.
In the production of winter wheat gage indebtedness while 951 are grains and potatoes is less than the hides and furs that had been scat
The early snow softened and erative selling and the elimination Lane county ranks sixth in western mortgaged. The figures indicate that average of the state, show the im tered along the road were placed on
portance of crop rotation and the a passing truck and brought into
when the freeze came traveling up of so many splits between the pro Oregon counties, but has a yield of 466 farms made no report.
The figures quoted above are tak use of manures and fertilizers. They the city. Mr. Dompier sustained
on the paved highways was made ducer and the consumer.
six bushels less per acre than the
The other speakers told what average for western Oregon, and in en from the 1922 record of the fed indicate the necessity of planting slight injuries. None of those in tho
dangerous. The danger was so
Haight car was injured and the car
eral statistician, F. L. Kent, Port more leguminous crops.
great and so apparent that drivers had oeen accomplished by eoopera
was able to complete itB trip homo
land, Ore., and from the 1920 United
were unusually careful and no ser tion and what cooperation held for
on its own power, despite a severely
the future of agriculture.
States census report.
ious accidents have been reported.
sprained axle. The glass of one
The weather conditions elsewhere
Some Fundamental Considerations.
headlight of the Chevrolet wns de
seem to have been but moderately TWO GRADES ARE DISMISSED
molished and the supporting frame
severe and train service was not
BECAUSE OF LACK OF HEAT
fourth in number of dairy cows
work was badly twisted but the
materially interfered with.
owned (18,000) but ranks eighth in
bulb remained burning.
Because of the difficulty in heat Woman Is Sent to Poor Farm as recoipts from the sale of dairy prod
ing the old high school building,
ucts. The average production per Plea of Eddie Walker, Who Had
Assistant and Mail Goes to
FIRE DEPARTMENT INSTALLS
which has been used to care for the
cow in Lane county is approximate
Protested Innocence, Comes
ELECTRIC SIREN WHISTLE
fifth and sixth east side grades and
ly 155 pounds of butterfat, or 13
the agriculture class of the high
pounds less than the average for
Tho fire department has complet
The county commissioners are try the state. Clackamas, Coos, Linn,
school, the two grades had to be
Tom Murray and Eddie Walker,
dismissed for the remainder of the ing the experiment of having liquor Marion, Multuomah, Tillamook and two of the trio of bandits who ed the installation of an electric
Washington counties, averaging 1000 robbed the Lane County State & siren fire whistle, at the city hall.
Estimated 15-Barrel Flow Is De- week when the schools resumed law violators earn their keep.
The city hud beon without a siren
Mrs. Minnie Larkin is now work- head of dairy cattle less per county, Savings
Wednesday morning. All the heat
bank at Florence of *7500
dared to Be High Grade
was thrown into the room used by ing at the county poor farm and receive an average of over half a December 11, wero sentenced Mon since the closing down of the West
the agriculture class, but unless the Harry Melson is at work at the million dollars mure income per year day to serve 20 years each in the ern Lumber & Export company mill,
weather moderates Superintendent county machinery barns.
from the sale of dairy products than state penitentiary, 10 years for each where it had beon placed after the
Roseburg, Orc., Dec. 28.—Oil was Hays doubts whether it will be
burning of the electrie light plant
The transfer of these prisoners is received by Lane county. The
the main topic of conversation iu possible to continue the use of even from the jail to outside employmeat average production of butterfat per of the two counts against them, one where it had been before. Because
this city today, as the result of the the one room. It was possible to was made on the order of County cow, however, is 16 pounds more of larceny, the other of assault of the hard luck tho department
announcement of the Ookland Oil resume Wednesday in all the high Commissioners Emmett Sharp and than is produced iu Lane county, or with a dangerous woapon.
had had in koeping a siren in op
Sentence was pronounced by Judge eration and not wishing it to be a
& Gas company that oil indications school rooms and in the west side L. N. Roney, according to Sheriff an averago return of approximately
had been struck in the well between school, but during the day a pipe Stickels, the latter official stating *7 more per cow than in Iziue coun Skipworth after both had pleaded nemesis for other steam plants,
Oakland and Sutherlin, simultane burst at the west side school and that he had nothing whatever to do ty. This is a strikiug comparison guilty. The plea of Walker came a decision was arrived at to have
as a surprise as he had protested
ously with the “spudding in” of all grades there had to be dis- with it.
and indicates some of the reasons his innocence from the time of his an electric whistle installed on tho
the first well of the Roseburg Oil missed for the day.
County Judge Barnard opposed why the production per cow should arrest in Portland until he was city building.
& Gas company.
The whistle got its first use an
If the weather beeomes sufficient sending the woman prisoner to the be increased. While the average brought before Judge Skipworth.
While working about 10 o’clock ly moderate, the grades dismissed poor farm and said he could find no production per
in Lane county Within an hour nftcr sentence was nouncing tho arrival of the new
last night at a depth of 1200 feet, on the east side will resume.
authority of law for it, although is more than the average for the pronounced the men were on their year.
the drill at the Sutherlin-Oakland
the law provides that prisoners may state, 14 counties are producing way to Salem.
well dropped through a hard rock
be put to work on roads or any considerably more per cow than is
As Murray, handcuffed to Walker
formation into a nine-foot strata of
work of a public nature. The judge produced in Lane county.
and a deputy sheriff, left tho coun
coarse sand and broken shale. As
said he presumed that the law
If the cows in Lane county now ty jail he turned to 8. G. Barker,
tho drill went through into this
would cover Melson’s case.
producing 155 pounds of butterfat bootlegger, who is a trusty and was
hole, a large quantity of gas, car
Mrs. Larkin was sentenced late on the average were to increase sweeping snow off the walk, and
rying globules of oil, shot to the
last summer to serve two months in their production per cow to the same
surface of the hole. At this well a Supervising Commission Had Made jail and pay a fine of *500. She had point as the averago production of said, “I’ll get you when I get L T. Groat and S. O. Read Caught
rotary type drill is being used and
about 125 days yet to serve, ac the counties listed above it would
by Crusoi»; Hawker Vents
He had accused Barker of telling
No Change in the Cottage
consequently the hole is kopt full
cording to the sheriff. She was ar increase the income of Lane county the sheriff that he had sawed the
Spite on O. G.
of water. This water, almost filling
rested by a squad of deputy sheriffs dairy farmers approximately 18 per bars of his cell Sunday in an ef
the 1200-foot shaft, it was said, ex
in a raid upon a fake moving pic. cent, or approximately *130,000. If fort to escape.
L. T. Groat and 8. O. Read wero
The budgets for the city of Cot tuer studio erected near the state
erted sufficient pressure to keep
Nels Berk rem, Charles Blazier and arrested last week at their cabin in
back the oil so that it was impossi tage Grove and of the Cottage game farm at the direction of Dis
John C. Herring, west Lane ranch the Black Butte section upon a
ble to determine the volume of the Grove school district will not be af trict Attorney Johnston as a snare
ers, accused of aiding tho robbers, charge of killing doer out of season.
fected by the faet that the su for bootleggers. Melson was sen
all pleaded not guilty and they will A largo quantity of jerked meat
The work of removing the drill preme court has knocked out the tenced about 10 days ago to serve
be tried at the spring term of cir and two deer which hnd been killed
and pumping out the water was law creating the tax supervising six months and to pay a fine of
but recently were found. Indies
started at once, but this will re and conservation commissions and *500 for unlawful possession of
tions wero that not less than a
quire considerable time, and until giving them arbitrary power over liquor.
dozen deer had been killed. A
COL. MERCER TO DELIVER
the task can be completed and the tax levies. The budgets for the
LECTURE ON MOTHER LOVE search warrant had been secured by
hole explored the value of the well, city and the school district were in OVERLOADED VEHICLES PAY
Deputy Game Warden E. N. Cruson,
if any, cannot be determined. If it no way changed by the commission
FOR DAMAGES TO MACADAM
Colonel W. G. D. Mercor, of Eu of this city. He took Deputy War
is found that the flow is not suf and were regularly adopted by the
Unit of Large Tract in
gene, will deliver his lecture, don E. 8. Hawker, of Albany, with
ficient to make the well a paying city and by the school district.
Ray Morris and E. R. Darnell
“Mother Love,’’ before the high him. Much to the surprise of Cru
Several tax levying bodies of the
proposition, drilling will be contin
school assembly at 9 o ’elock on son and of the court here, Hawker
ued. F. E. Merrick, vice-president county may attempt to change their
of the company, declined to make levies to what they were before the
Anderson-Middleton Company Will Thursday, January 10. Colonel Mer took charge of the venison and took
ing on macadam roads heavier loads
cer has delivered this lecture before the men to Eugene for trial. A fine
any statement other than that indi commission acted upon them.
Bld and Are Anxious to
than those permitted by law. Both
a number of high schools and has of $125 was assessed against Groat
cations had been found. The indi
By the action of the supreme pleaded guilty. Mr. Morris, who
been effusively complimented for and Rend was freed.
cations, however, point to a high court Herbert E. Walker, who re was driving a truck, pleaded guilty
It is thought that, tho unusual
his manner of handling the subject
grade of oil with paraffin base and signed his position as county asses
an overload of 1700 pounds and
Following the agreement between and upon his delivery of what has action on the part of Hawker was
from the showing made it appears sor in order to accept the position to
Mr. Darnel), who was driving a
that the existing flow is from 12 of secretary of the Lane county wagon, to an overload of 2200 the city and forestry officials as to been characterized as a masterpiece due to the fact that he has not
terms upon which permission will of English.
forgotten that he failed to avoid
to 15 barrels with a possible in commission, is out of a job.
pounds. Both were hauling ties.
be given for the cutting of logs
paying n fine for a violation of the
crease when the water is removed.
The complaint was made by A. H. upon the eity’s present watershed,
traffic laws while passing through
Shortcs, a county traffic officer, the forestry department has com
Amos Willits, who was killed in Cottage Grove a year or so ago.
Weather for December.
who is keeping close tab on the menced advertising the sale of ap
Sunday at Medford,
The record of the weather for
loads being hauled upon the macad proximately 375.000,000 feet of tim
NEW YEAR GIVEN JOYFUL
December, as kept by Nellie Stew
am roads of the county.
ber upon the Herman creek water was s nephew of J. Q. Willits. He
NOISY, ROUSING WELCOME
art, local cooperative observer, is
shed. The land, comprising 5900
acres, will remain the property of
Cottage Grove gave the New
Mean maximum, 48.6; mean min Tom Murray and Eddie Walker Had 1 BRADLEY8_N0T TO GO TO
Year n royal welcome. On the dot
imum, 32.5; mean, 40.5; maximum,
Almost Completed Effort to
59; minimum, 19 plus. Precipitation,
—-------------------------------- —......... ♦ of 12 bells tolled and whistles
| ATTRACTIONS THAN C. G. I mates, the timber, to be disposed of
NOW THEY ARE STOPPING
shrieked. Many watch parties were
6.54 inches; snowfall, 4th inches;
♦------------------------------------------------ on a stumpage basis, includes the
CARS AND WALKING OIT
held in the churches and in the
clear days, 12; partly cloudy, 6;
The escape of Tom Murray and
THE HARRISBURG FERRY
homes of the city and others tripped
The weather for December of Eddie Walker, confessed robbers of' statement to that effect made in feet; incense cedar, 900,000; western ♦------------------------------------------ ♦ the light fantastic as the few re
the Lane County State & Savings
1922 was as follows:
Anyone traveling south from maining minutes of the old year
The Sentinel. They may go through hemlock, 20,000,000 feet; sugar aad
Mean maximum, 45.8; mean min bank at Florence, and Jimmy Wells, ' California' on their way to eastern white pine, 100,000 feet.
Portland and intending to use the speeded into eternity, so that few
were disturbed when bedlam broke
imum, 34.1; mean, 39.95; maximum, who was arrested with them in points on a motor trip, but they
The tract is a part of a total of Harrisburg ferry should earry a
62; minimum, 21. Precipitation, Portland and who had some of the will not visit in our sister state any 63,000 acres in that district which rabbit’s foot and several horseshoes loose. There was almost no evi
10.41; snowfall, 1%; clear day», 3; money alleged to have been stolen longer than necessary. They are the government plans to release for —but the horseshoes should be of dence of liquor being used in help
by them, was prevented Sunday af
partly cloudy, 1; cloudy, 27.
light weight so as not to interfere ing to speed the old year anil wel-
ternoon when Sheriff Fred G. Stick- among the many who having once cutting at the rate of 40,000,000 with swimming in case the traveler oome the new.
el* discovered that they had sawed
takes an unexpected bath in the
Back Taxes Turned In.
off one of the steel bars in their satisfied to live anywhere else ators who enter that field the op treacherous waters of the Wiliam.
Whites Hold Reunion.
More than *27,000 back taies cell and had sawed part of the way where
. __ the social . and climatic
.. ad- portunity to continue operations for otte.
For the first time in 16 yi
were turned over to County Treas. through
uugn iwu more, i no
The drivers of several no tomo tho children of the W. J.
urer Edna Ward Saturday by Sher- iu f two had been replaced and the, ?.ere
No bids will be considered for
»re of the op.mon that
biles, not being familiar with the family were able to be together on
Th. le amoonf mark
the saw painted over with
to find a location where they wil; thousand feet: Douglas fir, *2, with danger of the approach to the ferry Christmas day. They were Miss
collected for each year was as fol- charcoal.
satisfied and if they should fail a special rate of *1.75 for the first from the north, have driven their Wilma White, who is attending
Sheriff Stickels said they could
14.05 have crawled out of their cell with in that they may return to what tho 46,285,000 feet; white and sugar ears into the deep waters of the R<-ed college; Mi*s Marian Whit*, of
14S.07 but two bars out, pried loose a world acknowledges to be the best pine *2, western red cedar *2, aad river. There have been at least Eugene; Noble White and Miss Es
395.80 sheet of steel lining of the wall and little city in the famous, fertile, hemlock aad incense eedar, 50 cents. two drownings and a number of ther White, of Seattle; Mrs. Eleanor
730.«» dug through the bricks, as six men ( fruitful Willamette—the city which The purchaser will be allowed until miraculous escapes from drowning Huntington, of Forail, who han been
I las made the Willamette famous.
1,957.38 did a few week* ago.
October 1, 1925, to begin actual log on the part of those who plunged with her parent* for several weeks
ging op?ration* on the anit, and the into the river. An a result extra | while convalescing from an opera
All three of the priaoner* were
Loads Too Heavy for Roads.
contract will expire November 30, precautions have been taken in plar | tion, and Gordon White, who is at
given a thorough search ior
ing danger signals, but even these ; home. All those who came from
nnca , Eugell,., Ore., Dee. 27.--J. B Hill | 1935
to | an(j jj Merrill were each fined <15
..... *27,493 83 saw*. The officers were about
The Anderson 4 Middleton Lum- are not always effective. A tourist i outside point* returned the day fol
j give up the search when a saw was I by
-r Justice Wells yesterday on ! I er eoepany will be a bidder for drove to the approach Saturday eve lowing the reunion.
I found in an out-of-the-way place in I large* of hauling load* *n gravel this timber and it is understood ning. He did not know about the
........... - — ~ — -
HU! Block Progress*«.
the cell The .heriff mid that the
„ macadam roads of the „„„
If everyone were satisfied with
county that it is npon their application
heation ferry but the warning signals
Splendid progress ha« been made I only way a hack saw eo.U h.ve
wei<fct Mmit al.
'cred for stopped him. He walked ahead to what he is entitled to, others would
upon the Earl Hill block despite been smuggled in wm through one iOWPj by hw. Hill in a wood hauler ! that the timber ia being offered
learn why they had been placed and not be dissatisfied because of not
the inconvenience of the winter of the truetief or by a woman who and Merrill in a driver for the ■ «sle. The sale ran not be made un walked off into the river. His two
getting their share.
til April 22. but they have already i
weather. Within another month it WM allowed to see the three men fHandard Oil company.
made their plana for making the sons, who had remained in the ear,
will be completed and occupied.
a few days ago.
One aie* thing about getting into
| necessary extension of their railway [ heard his cries for help end rescued
trouble is all the friends you have
cash. | and for extending the city's water| him.
when you mieeessfuUy clear your
Hold a regular position by having . Bookkeeping charge
on nli' main, which will be required by the.
an ad every week.
I account* under *1. The Sentinel, tf1 foreetry department.
LIQUOR 1AW VIOLATORS ARE TO
EARN THEIR WAY
HAS QUANTITY OF VENISON OUT
OF SEASON; PAYS $125
SHERIFF FRUSTRATES ATTEMPI
Al COUNTY JAIL BREAK
Owner of Truck Which Causes Dam
ages Arranges for Re
pair of Car.
The O. W. Hays Nash car sus
tained severe injuries Sunday eve
ning, on the first grade this side of
Walker, where it crushed into the
trailer of a truck owned and oper
ated by C. Kay, of Molalla. Tho
aeeideat apparently was unavoid
able so far as the Hays car was
concerned and . Mr. Kay readily
agreed to pay the repair bill.
Both ears were bound toward Cot.
tage Grove. Mr. Hays stated that
when he switched on his headligh,.«
after passing a ear bound north, ho
saw the trailer of the truck a few
feet ahead carrying no taillight.
The truck was taking the middle of
the road and in order to avoid a
head on collision Mr. Haya put his
car iuto the ditch, but tho rear of
his car slapped the rear of tho
trailer, with the result that the
right side of the body of the Hays
ear ivun wrecked.
Tho only injury suffered by the
truck and trailer was tho breaking
of the coupling. Both the ear and
the truck eauie on into Cottage
Grove, where a settlement was ef
fected tho following day.
Mr. Kay stated that he had been
blinded by the light of tho ear
which passed in tho opposite direc
tion aud had not had time to get
over to the right side of the road.
No one was seriously injured. In
the Hays car, beside Mr. Hays,
were Mrs. Hoys and daughters Eve
lyn and Eleanor and Mr. Hays ’ sis
ter, Miss Fern Hays. Miss Fern sus
tained an injured spinal column
from the jar that will keep her for
two weeks from her duties as a
teacher in tho Delight Valley school
and Evelyn was badly shaken up
but the others escaped injury en
Mr. Hays took his car to Port
land Monday and Mr. Kay rnado
arrangements to have tho repairs
County Is Endeavoring to Secure
Right of Way for High
Import changes in tho route of
the Row river road are contemplat-
ed and Commissioners Sharp and
Boney and County Engineer Morse
wero here lust week endeavoring to
secure the necessary right of way.
The most important change, from
the standpoint of eliminating dan
ger, is to put the rood around Cur
rin hill, where a narrow grade has
been left unimproved because of the
intention to change the route. This
would require the ocnstruction of
three quarters of a mile of road.
change in the route is to turn to
the left at a point near tho Currin
bridge and follow tho tracks of tho
Oregon Pacific 4 Eastern railway
for a distance of u mile, thereby
eliminating two railway crossings.
This would put tho railwny grade
between the road and the river, thus
eliminating danger to the road from
The county officials believe there
will bo little difficulty in getting
the required right of way at little
ox|M-nse to the county.
FEED THE LITTLE BIRDIES
IS SUGGESTION BY FINLEY
Bird lovers should take pity on
the members of the feathered tribe
while there is snow on the ground
and put out food for them. William
L. Finley, president of the Oregon
Audubon society, has made such an
appeal. Beef suet, net meats, baked
apples and crumbs from the table,
ail to be placed where the birds can
get them, are some of the foods
suggested by Mr. Finley.
Two Start in Motorcycle Run.
L. G. Cornwall and Bill I’atton,
of this city, were among those who
started in the motorcycle endurance
run from Eugene to Seattle and re
turn, which started at the first
stroke of tho new year. Cornwall
drooped out ut Salem when his 1118-
chiue gave out. His toes were f re
zen, indicating that those who con •
tinned on tho trip probably suf-
fared severely from weather eon-
ditions. The drivers were to ha\*
arrived homo yesterday.
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