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COTTAGE GROVE, LANE COUNTY,
OREGON, THURSDAY. MAY 29, 1924
CITY PLANS PLENTY OF WATER PROGRAM IS1 COMPLETED FOR
Auxiliary Line la Being Installed Parade to Cemetery Forms at 10;
This Week on Prayther Creek
Afternoon Program at
to Augment Supply.
In Largest School Election Ever Mail Is What He Is; We Do What
Held Here, Vote Is 252
We Will, Speaker Tells
Yes and 107 No.
Unless unusually dry conditions
Plans are complete for the observ
Cottage Grove is have the first
Thirty-eight of as fine young men
prevail, city officials believe that ation of Memorial day tomorrow.
four-room unit of a grade school and women as ever graduated from
improvements now under way at tho
The usual parade will form at
building aud a gymnasium-class Cottage Grove high listened Friday
city’s watershed will provide a suf o ’clock at the armory. Instead
room building for tho opening of evening to a discussion of tho
ficient supply of water so that moving directly to the cemetery
“ Problems of Personality, ” the
school in tho fall.
there will be no shortage of water heretofore, it will move east
In the most largely attended commencement address given by F.
for irrigation this summer, provided Main street to Ninth, north
school election ever held here the J. Haas, pastor of the First Moth
that users cooperate to the extent of Whiteaker avenue, west to Eighth
WE MUST NOT FORGET.
taxpayers, on Thursday last, voted odist church of Eugene. This was
wasting as little as possible. Water street, south to Main street aud
252 to 107 for the proposed issue not only the largest graduating class
Commissioner Pitcher and a crew west on Main street to the cemetery. ^¿OMORROW is Memorial Day.
of $19,300 in bonds for the construc tho school has over had but the
have been at work this week estab Automobiles will be provided for
tion of the new buildings.
address was probably tho superior
lishing a temporary subsidiary in members of the G. A. R. and W. R.
“Lest we forget” has been a common expression in reminding citizens of their duty upon
The school board plans to let of any address ever given a gradu
take and pipe line on Prayther C. and for children.
this day. “We must not forget” should be the expression adopted for our guidance during contracts for tho work at as early a ating class here. If the members
creek, the water from which will
Tho formation of the parade will
date as possible, with the hope that fully absorbed what was said, there
be turned into the main line near be as follows: Band, company D, the few years that remain in which to honor thus«' whose sacrifices of 60 years ago preserved work may be completed by the time i'i no doubt that they were qualified
the ranger station at Rujuda.
186th infantry, G. A. R., W. R. C., the union which each of us is ready to defend, and which many have been called upon to de for opening school in Heptember.
The shortage in water during dry Spanish-Amerigan
An unexpected number on the
war veterans, fend since that time.
Both new buildings arc to bo
months has been due to faulty con American Legion, children, fraterni
erected upon the high school program was tho presentation by
struction of thut part of the pipe ties.
grounds—the grade building on tho Superintendent Hays of debate pins
line running up Layng creek from
The American Legion will have which the Boys in Blue gave us, what a little it means to give a lew hours on Memoriayl Day northwest corner and the gymna to Ham Hwartz (three bars), Nellie
a point near the ranger station, charge of services at the cemetery. in honoring those who fought through the great Civil war.
Htewart (two bars), Robert Gallo
sium upon the southwest corner.
and not to a shortage of available
A basket dinner will be held at
The honor shown many must be to their memories only, but a creditable patriotic show Tho old frame school building, way (two bars) and Ruthy Powers
water in Layng creek. The main noon in I. O. O. F. hall, in which
which was abandoned several years (one bar). All were members of the
pipe line runs only about half ca the public is invited to participate. ing on the morrow will stir the hearts of the few veterans who will be able to witness such a ago but which was pressed into graduating class.
pacity when it reaches tho point Women of the W. R. C. will fur demonstration.
The other numbors on the pro
service during the past two or three
where it is proposed to turn in the nish coffee.
The business houses of the city will be closed for the day. If we have planned picnics years for overflow classes, will bo gram were as follows:
water from Prayther creek. From
March—Mrs. Bessie Hutcliffo.
At 2 in the afternoon the W.
that point on no difficulty is ex R. C. will have charge of a short or outdoor pleasure of some kind, let us postpone our pleasure until after the usual Memo used in tho construction of the new
Invocation—E. R. Clevenger.
perienced in running a full pipe, program at the Methodist church rial day exercises. Let us find greater pleasure in honoring those who have gone—or are buildings.
Vocal solo—Miss Elise Price.
provided the water can be put into and an address will be delivered by planning soon to go—to a land where they shall be rewarded according to their service.
Aildross—F. J. Huiis.
l'iano solo—Mrs. Oren W. Hay«.
E. R. Clevenger. Tho complete pro
Memorial day will pass almost before we know it. When the day has come to a close,
The trouble experienced with the gram
Awarding of diplomas—H. J.
is as follows:
present line seems to have resulted
may we each have the satisfaction of knowing -that we spent at least a part of it in paying
Shinn, chairman of school board.
from high places in the line, with a
In a brief address Chairman
honor to those to whom honor was due.
Prayer—J. H. Ebert.
grade insufficient to carry a full
Shinn stated that he felt honored in
Orchestra number—Girls’ quartet.
We must not forget.
head of water over the high places.
privileged to act for tho
Improvement in the amount of
third time as chairman of the
water carried was noted when the
school board in awarding the di
Piano solo—Edith Leonard.
| COMES HERE IN SEARCH |
pipe was lowered at one of these
DEPUTY PITCHER’S HUNCH | pastor and University ot' Oregon plomas. He stated that in his nine
high points and Water Commission
I GETS BROTHERS (?) WITH
years of servico on tho board, dur
Orchestra number—Girls’ quartet.
legiate pole vault record in tho ing which time most of the gradu
WEALTH LN OLD PLACER |
er Pitcher is of the opinion that he
A STOLEN LINCOLNETTE
Address—E. R. Clevenger.
track and field meet held at the ates of the evening had secured the
can bring about further improve
Following this program, the W. R.
university Tuesday between the major portion of their education,
ment by lowering another high spot.
G. H. Warner, an ex-service man
Thut prescient hunch of Deputy Washington state cougars and the
It is thought that the entire dif C. will have charge of services at from New York, came to this sec
ho had assisted in superintending
ficulty will be eliminated when the the bridge in honor of the sailor tion and went into the Bohemia Greatest Six Days Ever, Promise arrest here Saturday of Jack Wil Oregon varsity. He cleared the bar the expenditure of $300,000 which
city's intake is extended to Dinner dead.
district a year or more ago to re
of Ellison White, Is Borne
liams, 17, and Dora Coldwell, 15, ond point man in the meet, Ho tho taxpayers had provided for tho
creek, which extension is to be
conduct of tho schools.
cuperate from the ravages of the
were traveling north in a Ford scored first in thè polo vault,
Out by Program.
made before the Anderson & Mid
Following are some oxcerpts from
war. While a guest at the hotel at
roadster stolen at Sacramento.
for first in the high jump, was see tho address by Mr. Haas on “Prob
dleton Lumber company starts op
Mineral he listened to scraps of
erations in the tract of timber re
the lems of Personality”:
conversation about an old placer
Cottage Grove’s annual chautau- as he was standing on the street ut
cently purchased on the Layng
“We are much like the bluebird
mine in that vicinity which had qua session starts next Tuesday the corner where the highway turns broad jump.
creek watershed, but this change
which comes down to the brown of
been abandoned probably half a afternoon. The greatest progrum north into Ninth street. His hunch
can not be made within a year and
the earth and rises to the azure of
century before but was reputed to ever presented is promised by told him the ear was stolen and ho
the city officials desire to provide
Ralph Hand, local middleweight have been a rich producer.
tho skies. As animals we are little
Ellison-White and a review of tho was able to cut across the corner
an adequate supply for this summer. wrestler, won his match at Wend
higher than the ox. In personality
Having little else to do he in program indicates that there will be iu time to intercept the car us it
A visit to the watershed was made ling Tuesday night with Jack Mc vestigated and convinced himself no disappointment.
SHORT OF WORKING FUNDS we lire little below tho angols. A
was making tho turn.
Hunday by members of the city Reynolds, of Portland, a recent ar that it might pay to resume opera
man is what he is. Intellectual
Season tickets have
The two occupants at first stated
council, the mayor, the water com rival from the east. McReynolds tions at the abandoned works. He during the post two
Tho Cottage Grove Cemetery as height is measured from the chin
missioner, B. F. Johnson and Leo took the first fall with a headlock secured the services of an engineer, prices are $2.50 for adults, $1.50 for
’s hunch was not prescient sociation is short of funds for cur up. Many things are not person
Johnson, the latter two represent in 39 Mi minutes and Hand the sec wl.o oueuiiragud him. A month ago high school students and $1 for officer
enough to tell him differently. He rying forward its work this your, ality which are often so consid
ing the Anderson 4 Middleton com ond in 12 minutes with a toehold. he started preliminary work, largely children in the grades.
discovered that one was a giri after due to tho fact that a large number ered. Homo of tho greatest person
pany, which is to extend the water McReynolds was unable to come the washing out of tho old tailings
Junior Chautauqua sessions will he had lodged them in jail und of members have not yet paid their alities have been put into the
line to Dinner creek and to place a back and Hand was given the de to make way for the new work. He start at 9:30, afternoon programs was searching for firearms, The 1923 assessment aigl but few have weakest bodies. Personal appear
permanent auxiliary line in Pray cision.
was surprised to find considerable will start at 2:30 and evening pro two admitted that tho car was clo (aid this year’s assessment. Wore ance is not personality. Ability as
ther creek. The temporary line for
McReynolds proved a much better coarse gold and a large number of grams at 8.
Ion and Pitcher took them to the ail assessments paid the funds would a handshaker is not personality.
the summer is to be laid at the man than the length of the rnateh tma.ll nuggets, some as large as the
The complete program for the six county jail. The sheriff’s office be in every way sufficient. Ono Personality is mude up of intellect,
expense of the city.
would indicate. He is speedy and end of a person’s finger, in the old days is as follows:
notified the California officials of improvement contemplated for this emotion, will.
Water Commissioner Pitcher has performs on the mat much the same tailings which had not been cleaned
“There must bo the correct pro-
the capture. The boy has since year is the installation of water
shut off the west side reservoir and as Edwards, the late light heavy up. He is now convinced that his
stand pipes at points which are a portion of the three. Thinking with
is holding the water there for weight champion. McReynolds gave search for health may lead to the Entertainers.
will bo handled by tho Portland distance from the present stand out the ability to feel or the will
emergencies. This reservoir holds his weight at 175 and Hand his at finding of riches as well.
to perform gives an undesirable
Evening—“Six Cylinder Love,’’ authorities. He will be charged with pipes.
some 385,000 gallons of water, 165.
As the story goes, the diggings by Elias Dav Players.
Members are requested to save of personality. Tho emptiness of many
violating the Mann act and with
which is sufficient to cope with any
will have a second go with were discovered as much as half a
transporting a stolen automobile ficers much unnecessary work by lives is due to a poverty of omo-
conflagration which the city 18 Ira Hand
paying tlfeir assessments at once to tiou. Given intellect and emotion,
Dern at Gold Hill on June 2 century ago by an old sailor who
Afternoon — Going-Bell-Epperson from one state to another, The
likely to have.
C. A. Bartoll, secretary-treasurer, at there must be will to achieve. There
and will meet Ted Thye, the light abandoned the property so long ago Company, musical entertainers; ad was held for the arrival of
that even his name has been for dress, “A Yankee in the Far East,’’ father to take her homo.
Hotel Ba.-tell. Thu assessment for are too many sitting under their
heavyweight champion, at Oakland
Several Take Shrine.
ar- gotten, but the location of the mine bv Dr. Homer B. Hulbert.
on July 4. He has not*
The girl stated that she und her last year was *3.50. For this year juniper trees and saying that tho
world is against them. They uro
Four from here were candidates ranged for his opponent
his still bears the old name, “Sailor’s
Evening — Going - Bell ■ Epperson parents lived in Cottage Grove a it is $2.50, and a further material
at the ceremonial hold Saturday af match here on July 3.
Gulch. ’ ’ The stories that are told Company; address, “When East year or two ago. Tho two stated reduction can be mude if members living down to their expectations,
ternoon and evening in Eugene by
by the old timers are to the effect Meets West,” by Dr. Homer B. Hui that they hud traveled north to pay up their past-due assessments. instead of up to what might bo.
Hillah temple, A A. O. N. M. H., PRETENTIOUS EDITION OF
that tho old sailor took out $75,000 bert.
“Any young man or young wom
gether from Sacramento, camping A list of those who have paid is
of Ashland, and some 15 nobles
to be published in the near future. an who wills to do so can got an
along the way at night.
SCHOOL PAPER IS ISSUED within a short time but came to a
from here were present to seo that
point where the hardpan, which
The late Mrs. L. M. Thompson education. I washed dishes for
Afternoon—Concert by Vernon
the candidates missed nothing. The
the free gold seeks, ran out. He de Hymphonic Quintet; address, “Give «-----------------------------------------------
was one of tho most prompt in mine and I’ve never been able to
candidates were George O. Knowles,
cided that bo had plucked all the
keeping up her assessments. This look a dish iu tho face since. We
W. A. Garoutte, Herbert W. Lom Cee Gee Mirror, the high school gold in the pot and beat it out to the Boy a Chance,” by Dr. H. Leo , CLAIMS HONOR AS FIRST
year’s assessment has been received fail to realize upon tho wealth of
bard and LaSells D. Stewart. Those paper, was issued by the senior live in luxury upon his stake. Hince Taylor.
TO SERVE GARDEN PEAS
our internal resources.
from her son, W. A. Thompson.
Evening—Concert recital by Ver
class as the final number of the then nothing has been hoard of him
ut the candidates who had not al school
Th< officers of the association
“We are liko John Myhock, of
year. It was dressed in a and no one has until now ever non Hymphonic Quintet.
ready done so completed the higher
Mr*. George Kappauf claims the are K. K. Mills, president; C. A. Nebraska, who came hero from
Masonic degrees, which are a pre tasty printed cover, the body being attempted to resume operations. Tho
Bartell, secretary-treasurer, and H.
prev- property has passed through many
Afternoon—Address. “The Mak honor for the first garden pens of J. Shinn and O. O. Veatch, di roe Austria, bringing with him a pebble
requisite for candidacy for the mimeograph.
the season. She served them upon
which his father had given him
Hhrine, on Thursday and Friday, iously had been entirely in mimeo- hands, once being owned by Dick ing of an American,” by Bagdasar the family table on May 21, which tors. The president and secretary and which had been in the family
K. Bnghdigian. a native of Armenia. is somewhat early even in this fa are i;l«o members of tho board of for many years. Tho children
when the Scottish
Kite held a re graph.
As the final number, this issue the district who died several years
Evening — Comedy-Drama, “The
portion of the famous, fertile, directors.
played with it. Many times it was
took something of the form of a ago.
Mollusc,” by the Clarke-Browne vored
Mrs. G. B. Pitcher, Mrs. Clara lost and found again. Ono day,
fruitful Willamette. Peas are going
Edwards Loses to Dern.
A month ago Warner and a crew
to be a good crop this year. Ho far Burkholder nnil Mrs. E. J. Howe upon tho suggestion of a friend, ho
stories that would ordinarily ap commenced operations. They have
Portland, Ore., May 22.—Ira of
weather conditions have been ideal arc a committee with authority to took it to a jeweler to havo a
Afternoon — Artists’ Recital by ami there have been no aphids to collect assessments.
Dern, of Halt Lake, won from Billy
niready learned that the old sailor
piece of tho pebble made into an
Edwards, ot Kansas City, iu out our parents, who not only inspired was mistaken when he thought his
ornament for a stickpin. The jewel
Lour aud 16 minutes of what was us to higher ideals, but helped us hardpan had given out. It merely
er told him that tho pebble was
LOCAL EXPRESS OFFICE IS
dipped for not over three feet and tralian Artist Trio; address, “Tho
echedule-.l to be a finish match to tc
Buggy Struck by Car.
ADVANCED IN FIRST CLASS tho largest pigeon blood ruby in tho
get them. ’ ’
there is no telling for what a dis Man With Ono Window,” by Dr.
night. The agreement was that if
world and was worth $50,000. John
Lynx Hollow, May 26.— (Special.)
Appreciation of the school board tance it may yet extend or what E. T. Hagerman.
no fall was gained within an hour,
—Tom Johnson sustained severe in
An indication of the continued Myhock hail it all tho time and did
one fall would decide the match. was expressed as follows: “It is to quantity of gold may be found nes
juries Hat urday when the buggy in growth of tho city is found in the not know it.
Dern spraug on Edwards on .their the school board we owe a large tled on it.
Afternoon—Special children’s af- which he and his little daughter fact that tho American Railway Ex
“It is our duty and our privilege
part of the progress we have made
Warner has taken in n Mora hy ternoon.
return to the mat following a hot in
were driving to Cottage
„ Grove was press office, niready a first class of to translate personality into per-
the last few years. They have draulic pump which will throw a
mixup in which both had gone
struck by a California car. Mr. ficial has been given the financial sonal sorvice. We inust start upon
through the ropes, and pinned him hired efficient teachers, backed six-inch stream of water and raise “Artistic Magic,” elaborate scenic Johnson was thrown out of tho rig service, such advancement being a small scale. We might start with
to the mat. The match was proba school enterprises and have proved it 75 feet. When he gets this into nagical production.
onto the pavement but his daughter upon tho bn sis of t he size of doing away with cliques und fac-
bly the roughest ever wrestled in themselves capable of performing operation he is likely to learn with
escaped injury. The driver of the the city and tho amount of business tions in our own community, Wo
in a short time whether or not he
Portland, with both wrestlers using
Memorial Sermon Preached.
car took Mr. Johnson to a physi- transacted through the office.
do not need to go awny from homo
offices. We will not soon forget has pay dirt. He plans to operate
foul tactics repeatedly.
Pastor A. J. Adams preached a cian’s office and made a settle-
With the addition of the service, to make a beginning.
what the school board have done the pump with water power, as the
splendid Memorial sermon Hunday ment with him for damages.
the office is privileged to issue
“Our government is not in Wash
drop at the gulch is such that with
Mrs. Isabella Randolph Dies.
the several forms of financial ington. It is in tho hearts of our
Words of appreciation were also in a few hundred feet he can get forenoon at the Christian church,
Mrs. Isabella M. Randolph died spoken for the untiring efforts of
members of the G. A. R.. W. R. C.,
Wo have what wo will.
Alumni Association Considered.
yesterday morning at the 0. H. El the members of the faculty in a drop of 75 feet for a penstock.
United Spanish War Veterans and
cluding travelers’ checks, and be We have tho kind of government
American Legion being present.
liott home, where she had been a molding raw material into graduates.
comes an agency for steamship that we will.”
LARK BILYEU, PIONEER
patient for six months. The funeral
From the thinning ranks of the G. year’s senior class and of senior tickets and other forms of trans
will be held at 2 o’clock from the SHINN, RETIRING DIRECTOR,
A. R. only four were able to attend.
called for next Wednesday evening portation. The advance beeiimo ef Rousing Fanners’ Union Meeting.
chapel. Pastor A. J. Adams offi
IS URGED TO ACCEPT AGAIN
for the purpose of discussing tho fective May 20. R. O. Quigley has
Lark Bilyeu, pioneer attorney of
Oil Well Again Operates.
The Dorena local of tho farmers’
ciating. Mrs. Randolph was born
advisability of organizing an alumni been the local agent for two years union hold a rousing meeting in tho
Eugene, 33rd degree Mason and
in Boone county, Mo., May 9, 1849,
church there Tuesday evening. E.
and was aged 75 years. She and the Cottage Grove district will be prominent in state and county poli temporarily when Driller Woodruff association. The meeting will be growth under his management.
E. Morrison, of Eugene, malinger of
Mr. Randolph arrived here from held June 10, at which time a di tics for 40 years, died in Eugene accepted an offer from California, held at 7;30 in the high school
Saturday, the day being his seventy is again in operation. J. L. Irby auditorium.
the cooperative warehouse, was th*
Idaho about 14 years ago. Mr. Ran
second birthday anniversary.
principal speaker on a program
dolph <Hod here March 17, 1920. No
is the new driller and arrived from and Principal Grannis will be pres
LOCALS ARE NOT IN TRIM which was followed by tho serving
and a clerk for one year.
Mr. Bilyeu served three terms in California a few days ago. Mr. ent in advisory capacities.
children were born to them and years
| of supper.
there are no immediate surviving and he has stated that he will not the state legislature, had held local Finch is his a-sintant.
Eugene was the victor in the ball
positions of trust and was one of
relatives living here.
To Train at Camp Lewis.
be a candidate. However, a number the leaders of the democratic party
Traffic Officer Raffety Coming
Orders have been received by D being 8 to 3. This was the first
are urging him to reconsider his in Oregon. He was president of the
Clothing Shipped to Hear East
Word has been received from company that they will go to Camp game
the locals and they were
Fourteen sacks of miscellaneous
State Traffic Officer Raffety. in Lewi« for annual encampment, in yet a for
that he will be a candidate time of his death.
little w< nk on team work.
articles of clothing donated by Cot mated
ease Mr. Shinn is not. Worth
The locals had two chances to 1
Mr. Bilyeu first entered the law
tage Grove families were shipped in
council, that he probably will originally planned. The trip to Cali
Harvey is the clerk and it is proba business in Albany but removed to city
meet with the city council on June fornia was vetoed by Governor add materially to their score when |
to Portland May 27 to be sent to ble
that he will be reelected without Eugene 40 year« ago. J. E. Young, 2 to discuss the regulation of mo
they filled t he bases with none
sufferers in the near east. The
Pierce, the prevalence of the hoof down, but in both cases the visitors i
of this eity, was in partnership tor traffic.
clothing was of good quality and opposition.
tightened their playing and the
with Mr. Bilyeu 30 years ago, just
serviceable, according to Mrs. L.
—when someone stops adver
en as the reason. The dates for ths locals did not get their men over
Mrs Willits la Honored.
McAboy, of the rest room, and she Hand Takes Kenthie Into Camp. before coming to Cottage Grove.
tising someone stops buying.
encampment are June 10 to 24.
tho home platter.
Mr. Bilyeu was well known here
Mrs. J. Q. Willits, of this city.
thinks that the people of the com Ralph Hand went to Medford Sat
—when someone stope buying
The lineup for the locals was:
munity deserve credit for respond urday evening and for reerention because of hi.« many visits to the who was one of the delegates to the
someone stops selling.
took Professor Kenthie into eamp in
Rebekah grand lodge session held
ing so generously.
—when someone stops making
A rare flower, a wild orchid, was McCarter, 2b; Heck,««; Johnson, 3b;
a wrestling match which lasted 24 the widow snd one son. Coke. The last week in IT -od River, was hon
—when someone stops «oiling
minutes. The fall was secured with
ored by appointment to tho position
Franklin Printers Coming.
someone stops making,
gene, n number of Mesons from of grand marshal.
J. P. Graham ranch. This flower Moroloek, rf. Tho battery for Eu
The Franklin printers of the Wil an arm scissors. Kenthie was with here
someone stops earning.
lamette valley will hold their month
—when everyone stops earning
ly meeting here on June 21. The
everyone stops buying.
N. Lewis, for a number of year«
The business houses of the city that flower, which it greatly re
meeting will be combined with a him. Hand brought the money home
—never stop advertising.
picnic to be held on Sharp« creek
a mile above red bridge. It is an
ticipated that between 30 and 40
it fpr you.
year. Mr. Chris has moved ot Idaho. will be no mail delivery.
will attend. It will bo a stag affair. going to Han^