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COTTAGE GROVE, LANE COUNT Y, OR EGON, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1924
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ITS DRIVER AND NEARLY
I INJURES SCHOOL CHILDREN |
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FIRE ENDANGERS OLD HIGH
» at forty
I8 NOTH1NO UNUSUAL IN
THIS FAVORED OF CLIMES
£ ®*time has arrived for mem-
A runaway speeder on the Oregon
In the famous, fertile, fruitful
Road Supervisor Wright Explains ■Q « of the younger generation and Ferry at Harrisburg Is Antiquated; Pacific & Eastern railway missed No Repairs Will Be Made As Aban Willamette folks not only livo to a
Women Are Studying Arrangement
; iur relatives to take up the work
ripe old age but they are still
Method of Laying Water
Traffic Is Delayed and Life
j of earing for the graves of old
donment of the Structure
maiming of several children who
for Greatest Efficiency at
I soldiers, in tho opinion of members
were on their way home from school
Has Been Sacrificed.
parents. It is no unusual thing for
Had Been Planned.
i of the woman’s relief corps, which
Tuesday and somewhat damaged
residents here to become grandpar
| organization has for years carried
ents in their early 40’s.
The work of macadamizing the on the work. Many members of the
“A little bridge talk, being about
The old frame high school build
Better Homes Week opened Mon
Mrs. C. A. Kurre had just passed
new work on the Row- river road j corps are now past 70 years of age the highway crossing at Harris- whieh it collided.
in Cottage Grove with a demon
over Knox hill and east of the hill, and some are past -----
is the title of a pamphlet speeder and when it ran into an afternoon to the extent of several her forty-first birthday anniversary day
75. Despite thisjJj
when a daughter was born April 28 strution of washing machines at tho
in charge of Supervisor John fact, they will go to the cemetery being
distributed by the citizens of open switch near Star he was left hundred dollars.
Apparently tho to her son, Ernest Kurre, of Port home of Mrs. C. C. Cruson. The
Wright, is progressing and n good today to do what work they can in Junction City in behalf of the pro
flames started in the attic and hind, who was aged 21 years. The demonstration was practical, the
job is being done. Mr. Wright is preparation for Decoration day. posed Harrisburg bridge, bonds for reclining somewhat uncomfortably spread
to the roof, probably start granddaughter’s mime is Jean machines being set in motion and
doing maintenance work at the There are some 40 graves to be the construction of which will be between the rails, while the speeder ing from
a defective flue, although
clothes washed for the interest of
same time upon the macadam built cared for and members of the corps voted at the primary election May continued on its way for five miles, there was a mild electric storm at LaVern.
coming to a stop when it struck the
Mrs. John F. Lamson, formerly the women who called duriug the
last year and when the macadam will be able to look after only the 16.
izing of the new work is complete graves of those who have no rela
“This project is endorsed by the work train. Several children had lightning had been seen to strike Mrs. Skidmore, was a grandmother cookers were demonstrated at the
at 43 years and threo months to
this road from Knox hill to Currin tives living here.
Eugene, Junction City and Spring just passed through a covered the bell in tho belfry.
the day when a son was born to her homo of Mrs. George Matthews. A
hill will be as fine a piece of mac
Members of the corps report that field chambers of commerce, both bridge on tho railway and left the
Tho building was abandoned a daughter,
Mrs. Robert Hunt, of Cur- special invitation is issued to wom
adam is there is to be found in relatives of old soldiers are in many Eugene dailies and the newspapers track wheu the runaway came number
of years ago but has been
to attend the remaining moot
the county. Work the whole length cnses paying no attention whatever of Springfield, Creswell, Cottage along. They could not have escaped pressed into service during recent tiu. He was about 21 months of age en
ings and demonstrations.
of this road will be in progress to such graves and that before long Grove and Junction City,’’ the pam had they been inside the bridge.
The program for tho remainder of
Mr. Johnson attempted to catch years for overflow- classes. The Lamson says that there probably
during the summer, with Mr. Wright the graves will receive no attention phlet states, and offers the further
the runaway, but his former ex east side sixth grade was in session are younger grandmothers hero than the week includes a study of kitch
unless some organization such as the information:
when the flames wero discovered
arrangement for convenience and
“The state of Oregon wants the perience us a university track man but within a minute tho pupils she now is but that there are none en
The editor was taken out by Mr. auxiliary to the American Legion
who enjoy their grandchildren more efficiency. On Friday the W. A.
Wright to view the work and the takes up the work.
bridge built now. It is no longer a had not given him the necessary wero outside tho building.
Garoutte, H. B. Griggs and Victor
method being employed was ex
Spanish-American war veterans, community project, although Harris speed for that kind of a race, He
Tho flames were extinguished by and no grandchildren who have
kitchens will be open to
plained. The new grade is first who recently formed a local organ burg has asked for a bridge for endeavored to get into condition the fire department within a short more cunning ways or say brighter Chambers
who are interested. The ar
thoroughly rolled. The baso course ization, have appointed a committee years. It isn’t altogether a Linn for the possibility of the recurrence time but some damage was done by things. She also ha-« two grandchil women
of the equipment will be
dren by her son, Walter Skidmore.
is then spread and wet and rolled to cooperate with relatives in the county or a Lane county project, of such an incident by “hoofing’’ water.
studied more than the equipment
as spread and should have a depth care of graves of their comrades but even greater than this it is his way into the city, n distance of
This building is to be torn down
itself, sinco the purpose is to show
vital to all Oregon at d that is why some 15 miles or more.
of something like eight inches, The w ho are buried here.
in the event that the bond issue year on December 8, which was the how to get the greatest possible
the state has the funds ready and
finishing course is then spread and
now before the taxpayers is acted
at the least expense.
has promised to pay one-third of ♦------------- ----- ■— ------------------------ «$ upon favorably.
er Skidmore, who died several years efficiency
this is thoroughly rolled before any
The C. A. Stevens homo at Sev
BEAR MISTAKES ACTION j
the cost. Linn county has voted
water is allowed to touch it. Mr.
The damage to the building is
OF MEN; WANTS TO PLAY |
the bonds to pay one-third and Lane
Mrs. Kurre wins the prize of a enth and Adams will be visited
Wright explained that when the
BUT MEN TAKE TO WATER , such that classes can no longer be year’s subscription offered by The Saturday to demonstrate the possi
county will vote a two-mill tax on
second course is wet as spread the
held in it. As the school year is so
bilities of rearrangement of an old
May 16 to pay its ono-third. This
result is that it binds without fil-
near at an end, with the eighth Sentinel to the youngest grand kitehen. The problem of making a
London, May 12.— (Special.)—An graders
bridgo is on Pacific highway and
faring down into the larger rock.
model rebuilt kitchen out of a poor
If thoroughly rolled first, the fine Airplane Spin Specialist Has Re- the paving is built to it, without a unusual experience with a bear was nations, no attempt will be made to
ly arranged one will interest many
break, from the Canadian line to reported by Mr. mid Mrs. Emery make any repairs.
rock gets down into the coarse
this kitchen is an example of
Ross, of Harrisburg, who, with which met there will be accom
rock and when the water is applied ' cently Wrestled Two Draws
great efficiency obtained through
the whole is cemented into an al
modated by some makeshift arrange
thoughtful planning. Electric wash
With Champ Edwards.
now and often the wait is long and Ruby, spent Wednesday at the home ment.
most solid mass and the chance for
ing machines will bo demonstrated
at business houses during the en
Lee and an uncle, while camping CHERRY BLOSFOM SEASON
as it is spread is to invite chuck wrestler, has arranged a match with ing their turn to cross. Oregon has
The girls ’ glee club of t be high
Cottage Grove is one of nine
IN JAPAN IS DESCRIBED
Ira Dem, the light heavy, to be held received many a slap from the visit- at Lakeside recently, ran a bear
school 1 achieved a signal success cities, outside of Portland, in this
Mr. Wright has been building here Tuesday, May 20. Few local ing tourist because of this, Even into the lake. Thinking they could
The observation of cherry blossom Monday evening with tho Chinese state to observe Better Homes
roads for many
_ _ years, . during
_ which fans have ever seen the Salt Lake the people of our own state have capture the bear by knocking it in season in Japan must be something operetta, "My Maid on tho Bamboo week, according to word received
the head, they got into a boat and
time many improvements have been airplane spin specialist in action wondered who is to blame.
staged in the Arcade by Mrs. Clara Burkholder, local
Oregon, Screen, ’
“This ferry is the scene of many gave chase. They reached the bear like the rose festival in Oregon
made in construction methods. The and they nrc anticipating one of
theater, which was packed to chairman, from Herbert Hoover,
thorough rolling of the finishing the fastest matches ever seen here
_ for the play head of tho movement for the na
to a letter from Mrs. Harvey Mad
course of a water-bound macadam when he goes up against the Cot various kinds have plunged into the the bear mistook the blow for an den, of Tokyo, to her parents, Mr. were artistic and the theater’s new tion. Mr. Hoover congratulated tho
before the water is applied is one tage Grove toehold artist.
scenery blended well with the set
Dem has recently wrestled Cham brought to innocent ones. Dozens of into the boat for the purpose of and Mrs. D. H. Hemenway. Follow tings. Tin* story of tho operetta city upon taking up tho movement
ijf these improvements.
and wished the women success in
A portion of the road built last
“We are back from Osaka, Koto ran thus: The two royal sons of tho work.
year stood the traffic remarkably made a good showing against Ed lisions on the ferry itself and often less one-sided. The men feared that and Kobe without being smashed, China (Dolly Pitcher and Nellie
well. Oa another portion many wards when he was here and the people drive far out of their way Mr. Bear might get too rough and crushed or otherwise injured, except Stewart) are asleep in their garden,
chuck holes have appeared. Mr. champion never before was as care to avoid the congestion or the dan they took the bear’s place in the in pocketbook. In your wildest im guarded by their faithful servants
water. Both men and the bear got
Wright explained that this was be ful with his toes as he was upon ger. The state highway commission away.
agining you could never guess how (Genevieve Rice and Rachel Gal
is urging the speedy construction of
cause he did not get exactly the that occasion.
many Japanese there are going to loway). They are separated by a
Hand has had soine experience
right “Bcald’’ on that portion, but
----------------------------------------------- <S> the same place you are in cherry Bamboo screen which has on one
the maintenance work now being with the airplane spin, although he and up to the bidders with May 29
O. C. OCUMPAUGH LOOKS | blossom season. We saw the most wing the picture of a beautiful sing
done will put it in as good condi is somewhat too light to put any set as the date when the bids will
FOR WIFE WHOM HE DID | gorgeous temples, in one of which song girl (Kathryn McQueen) and
Plans are so far advanced for the
tion as the other. Fine rock is be great dependence upon it for his be opened. Yet if Lane county fails | NOT KNOW HE POSSESSED
the boards of tho floor had either on the other wing is the figure of erection of a tabernacle upon the
ing “fed’’ into the chuck holes and own use. Mike Yokel used it upon to vote the two-mill tax the ferry ♦------------------------- ----------------
an attractive dancing girl (Ruthy
Methodist conference camp grounds
kept moist while the traffic works Hand when the two met here a few all who pass this way.’’
Friends of O. C. Ocumpaugh are they chirp like a bird or have Powers.) It is night uud the two here that the lumber for the build
it in. The new rock soon becomes weeks ago. Mike won one fall with
grown that way with the passage of princes are sleeping soundly when ing has been ordered. Tho buildin"
so thoroughly bound to the old that
the milkers of dreams (Ethel Lam
pensc as the result of a news item tune.’’
will be 60x108 feet and for th-
it would be difficult to tell where time the two went through the
The shortage in pocketbook to bert fand Thelma Kem) enter with year a seating capacity of 1000 >.
the repairs were made. Mr. Wright
Cottage Grove and stated that his which Mrs. Madden refers is ex
explained that this maintenance tors. Hand finally won the match
Waples, be provided. This capacity can be
wife would arrive within a week or plained by the fact that Mr. Mad Dorothy
doubled at any time.
work would have been kept up with his toehold
two. Mr. Ocumpaugh has been as
The annual eamp meeting, inter
during the winter except for the
much interested in the anticipated
Daniel Harding Dies.
fact that he had no fine rock left
Kime, Beatrice Leonard, Wynettia est in which grows yearly, will be
Salem Statesman: A telegram
to do it with.
Mooney and Alice Haldeman as held July 17 to 27. J. M. Hargett,
from Fullerton, Calif., announces graduating exercises are as follows: one else, for it seems that he has can not bo described in words.
chief assistants, and the two chief pastor of Grand Avenue temple,
Kansas City, will bo the evening
the death on May 8 of Daniel W.
Baccalaureate exercises, to be
program of the festivities. It is nuisances (Ava Stewart, and Irene evangelist and there will be a num
Harding, a member of a prominent held Sunday evening in the Metho not know her by that name. He printed
Uriggs). The latter two arc the
Marion eouuty pioneer family, his dist church:
cause of endless trouble when they ber of other prominent speakers.
upon her arrival and to be favored lack of time to make translations steal
J. H. Ebert, pastor here and C.
death resulting from a stroke of
Scripture reading—J. H. Ebert.
a magic powder and bring the
Prayer—A. R. Spcarow.
maids on the bamboo screen to life, E. Umphrey attended a meeting in
a few days ago at which tho
The father of Mr. Harding, the
Sermon—A. J. Adame.
resulting in the curse of dumbness
wishes there were a Mrs. Ocum-
decision to build at once was
The special school election for the
paugh and he feels quite certain ROOM FOR A FEW BRIGHT
a troublesome rouuineo that leads reached.
consideration of the issuance of er, Jenkins Harding, were numbered
RECRUITS IN D COMPANY the whole court of China to the
Class night exercises, to be held that only his bashfulness has pre
bonds for the erection of the pro among the pioneer settlers and farm-
vented thero being one. He is hope
shrine of their ancestors, where the GIFT CAMPAIGN BANQUET
posed new grade school building era of the French Prairie district, next Wednesday evening in the high ful that leap year will not pass into
Company D, 186th infantry, has power of speech is restored to tho
HELD BY U. OF O. ALUMNI
v. ill be hold Thursday afternoon of west of Gervais, B. F. Harding school auditorium:
history without some interesting 15 vacancies to fill to bring it up princes, and long life and happiness
Roll call—Marion Richmond.
next week. The polls in the high served one term in the United
developments along that line.
to full strength. The vacancies arc is assured them by the royal accept
Covers were laid for 20 at the
Piano solo—Gordon Wright.
school auditorium will be open from States senate from Oregon and was
the second Oregon territorial sccre-
Salutatory—Miss Donna Nichols. ♦---------------------------------------------* brought about by the fact that a ance of the maids as daughters of University of Oregon gift campaign
2 to 7.
number who are now members are tho house of Jen Taung. Loin Imnquet held Friday evening at
Vocal duet—Miss Nellie Stewart I EARLIEST STRAWBERRIES
A fine display of what the school tary of state.
unable to go to annual encampment, Godard played
About 38 years ago he disposed and Miss Ruthy Powers.
well tho part of Hotel Bnrtell. Similar banquets
I ARE PICKED ON MAY 2
board proposes has been made in
which will be held this year at the stern emperor and Bonita Beager wero held at the same time over the
Class will—Miss Helon Waples.
BY MR8. JAMES PLASTER
one of the Umphrey & Mackin win of his Marion county farm interests
Del Monte, Calif. Those who join that of the aristocratic but tender country where there wero any con
Violin solo—Miss Velma Madden.
dows. A diagram has been made of on French Prairie and with his son
now will have the opportunity to empress. Alverda Finch and Naouia siderable number of former U. of O.
Class poem—Miss Beaulah Smith.
the school grounds, showing where Daniel went to Cottage Grove, where
make the trip. Only clean, active Hilton were attractive court sing students.
Vocal solo—Miss Ray Godard.
it is proposed to locate the new they invested in a 2000-acre farm
men—young men who are song girls but were unable to at
E. O. Potter and Alfred Powers,
building and what kind of a build
Mrs. James Plaster was the first likely to be benefited by military tract the two princes. Others in the of Eugene, were the principal speak
ing is proposed. Computations have
Orchestra selection—Marion Rich May 9, she picked enough straw also be their intention to remain east wore Millieeut Burrows, prime ers. Short talks wero made by
also been made of the cost to the to the time of the death of the
individual taxpayer. The display re elder Harding in June, 1899. The mond. I-co Brand, George Hewitt berries for her own table, but had with the organization, although dis minister; Kay Godard, captain of Gordon S. Wells, of Eugene, and
the guards; Lois Stevick, Lillian George O. Knowles.
quired considerable work in its following year the son Daniel went and John Hewitt.
picked some on May 2. She had
are usually issued for legiti Horn, Vivian Carlile anil Genevieve
No effort was made to organize
Valedictory—Miss Helen Breed a second picking for Bunday dinner. charges
preparation and is well worth study to Los Angeles and later to Ful
Johnson, other guards; Mary Cor- for the gift campaign or to solicit
lerton. Calif., to live.
by taxpayers of the district.
The object of the
Daniel W. Harding was born at
Commencement exercises, to be
Q. Willits reported having picked tions have always had the reputa ing, Daisy Bennett, Elizabeth Mil meeting was simply to equip former
Iiirfi-dJ, Marion county. Ore., May held Friday evening of next week J.
EUGENE MOTORCYCLE CLUB
a mess on May 8 and a second tion of being among the best in the ler, Dorothy Kurre and Rena Cor- students with the information to
HILL CLIMB HERE SUNDAY 13, 1860, and was 64 years of age in the high school auditorium:
mess on May 12.
state and only those are wanted i utt, a troupe of si rolling players enable them to explain to others
at the time of his death. He is sur
March—Miss Elise Price.
When precocionsness of gardens who are likely to aid in maintaining util dancing girls. M isa Millieeut the object of the gift campaign and
Invocation—E. R. Clevenger,
The Eugene Motorcycle club will vived by his widow-, Hannah Hard
is being considered, the Cottage that kind of a reputation for the Burrows also acted as interpreter,
the need of the university for the
Commencement address—Professor Grove country will contest with company as a whole.
hold its annual hill climb here Sun ing, of Fullerton, and a daughter
Musical numbers wcro given be- proposed two-inillion dollar endow
day on Mount David, with entries by a former marriage, Mrs. R. C. Sweetser, of the University of Ore- any section of the famous, fertile,
from over the state. The competi Barfield, of Salem.
Koyl Cup Often Won Here.
This is the first time in the his-
Mr. Harding was a member of
Awarding of diplomas—H. J.
tive program begins at 2 p. m.
The Koyl cup, awarded each year tory of the locul high school that Anti-Recallors to Speak Tonight.
The club plans to conduct an ice the Masonic order and the funeral Shinn, chairman of school board.
Sweet Peas in Blossom.
at the University of Oregon for the aa entertainment of this nature has
A political meeting will be held
There will be music by special
cream and soft drink stand on the service and interment were con-
Thornton Corners, May 12.— best all around student in the junior ever been staged.
this evening in W. O. W. hall, to
talent but the details have not yet Mrs. Alfred Beidler has the first class, which went this year to Don
grounds, the proceeds to go to those ducted at Fullerton May 10.
A great deal of the success of be addressed by Ben F. Koeuey,
participating in the- contest.
sweet pea blooms of the season, at Woodward, of Portland, was three the entertainment was due to Miss county assessor; Emmet Ilownrd,
Auxiliary to Sell Popples.
least in this vicinity, and probably times awarded to Cottage Orove Myrtle Kem, director, who was as candidate for representative in the
The auxiliary of the American PLANS FOR CELEBRATION
Rales books. The Sentinel.
they are ahead of any elsewhere. men. In 1914 it went to Herbert sisted by Mis.« Elise Price, who was legislature; Walter B. Jones, candi
I-egion has received 500 imitation
ARE COMPLETED BY LEGION The vines are several feet high and W. Lombard, now a resident here; also the accompanist.
date for district attorney, and Em
poppies made by disabled veterans
are well covered with the fragrnnt in 1919 it went to Herald White
inett Sharp, county commissioner.
LATE ADVERTISING COPY IS
in the Portland Veterans' hospital,
pink and white blossoms.
Polling Place« for Primaries.
All will speak in opposiiton to the
CAUSE OP DELAY OF ISSUE
which will be sold for Decoration July celebration which the city has
The polling places in Cottage proposed recall of the county com
dav boutonnieres, the entire pro ever had were made at the Ameri University High Here Tomorrow.
Grove for the primaries and the missioners.
The Sentinel regrets that be- ceeds to go for the relief of the
Tægion meeting Tuesday night.
The University high school, Eu
Sermons appropriate to Mothers' several special elections tomorrow
eauso of the large amount of ad veterans who made them. Since the can
The live wire print shop is always
as follows: First precinct, the
vertising copy received at the world war the poppy has become
to meet the local high school the churches. Many residents wore armory; second precinct, Steen ’» ready to help in the preparation of
eleventh hour, it was impossible recognized as the proper flower to of the event. There will be tho noon
team. A hard game is an the red and white flowers in mem tailor shop; third precinct, city advertising and printing copy. Our
to get this week ’> issue into the be worn on Memorial day. The usual sunrise salute, the usual fore baseball
by the local fans. The ory of mother, the red indicating hall; fourth precinct, tho Harvey experience may be worth something
mails Thursday morning. The auxiliary is planning to devote the noon parade with prizes, a speaking ticipated
were defeated Saturday by that she vet lived and the white residence; fifth precinct, the Me to you.
Sentinel’s typesetting machine entire day Saturday, May 24, to the and musical program, the usual locals
’hi- Henderson high school. Eugene. that she was no more.
Kibben residence, These are the
was kept going all night Tuesday selling of these flowers and will small sports, a baseball game and
same as were used in the imme-
night, but even this unusual ef appreciate the cooperation of citi- other events not before found on
a Fourth of July program here. It
diately preceding election.
fort to publish on time was un zens generally in their sale,
to probable that a wrestling match
availing in handling the large flowers.
will be arranged for the evening of
Bridge Boosters Coming Tonight.
(Tune: “Little Nellie Roney.”)
I amount of last-minute advertis-
July 3, with Ralph Hand, local
A number of boosters from Junc
Key of E. Sharp
Baptists to Build Church.
middleweight, as one of the partici I’ll go into the courthouse and I’ll clean up, fore and aft;
tion City and Harrisburg will be
none of this great
The Baptist church has bought pants.
here tonight to address the voters
I’ll startle you taxpayers by exposing all the graft;
the lot at the southeast corner of
upon the importance of voting the
I’ll fire the superintendent of the roads and bridges, too,
Fifth street and Jefferson avenue
two-mill tax for Lane county ’»
For I tell you, honest, people there’s no work for them to do.
and will build a new church there 1924 VALEDICTORIAN AND
share of the Harrisburg bridge. The
SALUTATORIAN ARE CHOSEN As eommissianer I'll do their work—just you leave that to me;
in the near future. The lot is 9ft
meeting will be held in Phillips
'Twill afford m>- untold pleasure, and how happy we will be.
bv 95 feet and was purchased from
Miss Helen Breedlove has been Money! Why, good Lord, they’ve robbed you; waste and graft is every hall. Admission will be free and
E. C. Bprav. The present residence
women are invited.
amount of advertising was of a building on the lot will be removed chosen valedictorian and Miss Don
I’ll step in, turn off the spigot, and we’ll have some coin to spare.
political nature, and no editorial when work on the new church to na Nichols snlutatorian of this
Deaths Exceed Births in April.
year’s graduating class on account I’ll build roads and bridges for you cheap—they’ll hardly cost a cent.
opinion has been expressed that begun.
of their high .trades. Mi» Breed
During the month of April there
Gosh, you say you don’t qnite get mef I'll save thousands just on rent;
has not been before expressed I
received 27 A and 5 B semester I’ll save thousand« paid for salaries; I’ll save thousands paid for roads; were eight deaths, four tnaies and
several times, so that those who Recital by Mrs Sutcliffe's Pupils. love
four females, and six births, three
I’ll let contracts that will save on money by the wagonloads;
Piano pupils of Mrs. Bessie Lewis averages and Miss Nichol« IS A
are going to ascribe some ulterior
males and three females, according
political motive in the tardiness Sutcliffe will appear in a recital and 14 B semester averages during I’ll employ as helpers only those who on the job will fit,
to the report of the city health of
And I'll wean a million suckers from that luscious county tit.
of the publication are doomed to tomorrow evening to be held la the their four years.
I will sure rrduee your taxes for I know just where I stand—
bitter disappointment. What The high school auditorium 1T>ey will
I will be a revelation when J wave my magic wand.
Save two bitn by paying eash
Sentinel has to say it always be assisted by Mrs. A rah Hoyt Rae,
Halesbooks for merchants—The
says is season. It sets * good of Eugene, and Mrs. Vietor Kem. Bookkeeping charge of 25c on al! For the grafters sure will scuttle; I’ll make them eat humble pie;
accounts trader *1. The Sentinel, tf
I'll do everything to please you, I, oh I, oh I, oh I.
■xample to those who dare not
give opportunity for reply and
who purposely wait until the
I eleventh hour to address a mes
sage to the voters. The Sentinel
doe* not play the game that way.
COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES TO