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VOLUME XXXIV
COTTAGE GROVE, LANE COUNTY,
IS SUCCESSFUL ONE
FOR AMERICANISM
Prediction Made That Cottage Grove Lectures Superior to Those of For­ Time for America to Learn Who
Preacher Is Going to Break
mer Years and Entertainment
Would Rule and Why and Go
Pole Vault Record.
Clean and Refreshing.
to the Ballot Box.
OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1924
I ACTING POLICE JUDGE f
I KNOWS WHAT IS REAL
PUNISHMENT FOR YOUTH |
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Has Cottage Grove a Solomon
come to judgment f
Mayor Andrew Brand acts as
police judge during the absence of
the eity recorder.
A few days ago he heard the
case of a young man who had been
driving his “bug” over the side­
walks.
The same lad had been before the
police court before for traffic of-
fenses. Trifling fines seemed to
have little deterTing effect.
This time ho had expressed the
opinion that he probably would have
to ‘ ‘ lay it out. ”
Of course the police judge wasn’t
going to have any young man “lay­
ing out” a fine for a traffic vio­
lation.
“You are hereby prohibited from
driving your car, or any car, after
6 o ’clock p. m. for the period of
30 days, ’ ’ was the sentence.
“Can’t I drivo it on the Fourth I ”
was the plaint.
“Your 30 days will not be quite
up by that time, replied the just
judge.
Penalties of this kind are likely
to do more in bringing about an
observation of traffic violations
than any number of fines.
NUMBER 40
IN AFFAIRS OF ORIENT
FOR THE FOURTH
Recognition of War Service to Coun­ Japan Will Never Fight the United Street Carnival, With Feature Sur­
try and of Newspaper Ser­
States, Says Former Resi­
prises, Is to Be Big Event
vice to Party.
dent of Tar East.
of the Night.
Ralph Spearow, pastor of the *
session, > Hyphenated Americans are worse
The annual ehautauqua session,
Elbert Smith, who has been one
America is going to bo producing
The Sellwood baseball team, of
First Presbyterian church in Cottage- which came to a close Sunday night, I than the aliens who have just ar-
of the publishers of The Sentinel in the near future _________
more than ____
its Portland, will be hero as a Fourth
Grove and University of Oregon polo ’ was a successful one both because I rived upon our shores, for they take
for
eight
years,
will
be
Cottage
own
people
can
consume
and
it
must
of July feature. Manager Earl Hill,
vaulter, will represent Oregon nt of the quality of the programs and I advantage of citizenship here to
Grove’s next postmaster, his recom­ have millions to whojn to sell the of the local team, promises to havo
the Olympic tryouts in Boston June ■ because there was but a small defi- | promote the interests of the land
mendation
for
the
position
having
surplus.
America
should
be
develop
­
a
team whipped into shape 'that
13 and 14, and that means he will I cit to be met by the guarantors.
I from whence they came and the
been made by Congressman W. C. ing a market for that surplus by a will givo the boys from tho metrop­
in all probability make the Olympic i
Tho closing number was McDon­ . manner in which they bear the re-
Hawley on June 5.
proper participation
.................... in the
‘ affairs
'
olis the game of their career.
teain. The associated students of ald Burch’s evening of magic, prob . ­ sponsibilities of citizenship is guid-
Mr. Smith will succeed Mrs. of the orient, in the opinion of Dr.
The night carnival, to start at
the university and business men of ably the best purely entertainment t ed by tho interest of the country
Katherine , B. Veatch, who has Homer B. Hulbert, who appeared i :30 p. m., is planned us the big
Eugene in one hour Thursday con­ number ever given on a ehautauqua i for which they have renounced al-
as
one
of
the
numbers
on
held the position for eight years
the chat'- feature of the entire celebration.
tributed a fund sufficient, with an platform here. In mystic magic Burch I legiance.
. ____ here.
and who has made a popular offi­ tauqua program
Main street from Fifth to Seventh
appropriation from the university proved himself a past master. His i
The safety of America depends
Dr.
Hulbert
spent
20
cial.
Mr.
Smith
and
Mrs.
Veatch
years in will be roped off for this purposo
athletic fund, to send not only entertainment was not confined en­ . upon the education of the masses,
Korea,
China
and
Jqpan,
were
the
only
ones
to
be
accredited
of
a
part
and traffic directed over other
Spearow to tho tryouts, but to tirely to the stage. He did not hesi­ . depends upon the use of the ballot
.___ ’ ______
for the position following the re­ that time as personal
advisor to streets.
A band stand will bo
enable Bill Hayward, his track tate to walk into the aisle and pro­ by the educated ones who have that
the
emperor
of
Korea.
As
a
mis
­
cent
examination
before
tho
civil
placed at tho corner of Sixth street.
coach, to accompany him.
duce a rabbit from tho pocket of ’ privilege. And the safety of the
service commission, in which five sionary and an editor in that far Concession booths will be placed on
Spearow just missed Betting a new an unsuspecting member of the au world depends upon America. If
candidates participated, the ap­ off land he had unusual opportunity the side streets just off of Mnin.
world’s record in tho pole vault at dience. He performed tricks, if they America fails, all is lost.
pointee receiving the highest grade. to study conditions there and to The pavement will be especially
the coast conference meet last may be so cnlled, that were entirely
It
is
time
that
Americans
awak
­
Mrs. Veatch received two ap­ leu rn the part that America can prepared for dancing and the fun
month of 13 feet 6 inches, which new to many and some were so ened to inquire as to who is at­
pointments, both for the usual four- piny. He found that even now it will last as long as the crowd re­
would have been %-inch above the uncanny that a century or so ago tempting to take the reins of gov­
year
term, under the Wilson ad­ is impossible to leave railways and mains. A number of featuro sur­
present record. On his next to last he surely would have been burned ernment and for what purpose.
ministration, the recommendation highways so far bchiuil in any of prises will bo put on during the
try at 13 feet 6, after winning the at the stake as au agent of some
of America take too much
for her appointment coming from these countries that American goods evening.
conference event at 12 feet 9, unseen evil power. The entertain­ as Citizens
matter of course the privileges
Sonator Chamberlain, democrat, to are not found in use by tho natives.
All those desiring to do so are
Spearow jackknifed over, but in ment was as clean and wholesome as of a citizenship
and assume too few
“Japan will never fight the invited to compete for the prizes to
whom patronage went undor the
coming down his arms displaced the it was mystifying. On account of of the responsibilities
of
citizen
­
democratic administration. Tho rec­ United States,” Dr. Hulbert said, be offered for entries in the parade
bar.
the day, the afternoon program,
Citizenship should be restrict­
ommendation for postmaster is the “because Japan never picks n which will start tho day’s festivi­
Since then Spearow has been which was to have been “Circus ship.
ed
to
those
who
are
educated
to
the
POWELL
DESCENDANTS
TO
prerogative of the member of the quarrel until it knows that it is ties. The parado will be followed
working constantly, with gratifying Day, ’ ’ was rearranged and an at­ point that they know how to vote.
GATHER HERE JUNE 22 lower house of tho district in which going to win. The Philippines are by a snappy program at the city
results.
traction not on the program, an ex­ It is a crime that millions of those,
the appointment is to be made when safe from Japan so long as they park. The speaker has not beon
Wednesday he went over the bar
of reproductions of 20 fa some of them of the second genera­
The sixth annual reunion of the such member is a member of the remain a possession of tho United selected as yet.
in a workout at 13 feet 7 inches. hibition
mous
paintings
of
the
centuries,
tion,
who
think
so
little
of
their
Powell
Memorial
society
will
be
party in power, which explains why Suites but to give them indepen­
There will bo a lull in the festivi­
Thursday he did 13 feet 6. Either with a history of each and an in­ adopted country that they have not
held June 22 at the Lincoln Taylor the recommendation for the retiring dence would amount to making ties at. midday for a basket picnic
would be a world mark in rompé­ terpretation
of each, was given by learned its language, should even place six miles south of this city postmaster was made by the sena­ them a Japanese possession. The nt tho city park, where coffee will
tition.
Auklin. The kiddies were not have the privilege of the ballot and on the London road. Tho society is tor. while the recommendation for natives there realize that and do bo furnished.
“Spearow will certainly placo on Haig
to be entirely neglected, however, should be permitted to participate made up of descendants of John, the incoming postmaster was made not want independence that would
A firemen’s water battle is ex­
the Olympic team,” said Bill Hay- and
Hughie Fitzpatrick, the clown, in the affairs of government guid­ Alfred and Noah Powell, pioneers by the congressman.
do away with the protection of the pected to cause much amusement,
ward. “Unless I am mightily mis gave
an
hour
of
clean
entertainment
ed
by
those
who
would
serve
only
Albany. These descendants are
The date upon which Mr. Smith American flag.
there will bo the usual small sports
taken he will establish a new' record for them which was interspersed by the interest of some land beyond of
scattered over Oregon, Washington will assume the duties of postmaster
“Commodore Perry's opening of and a jitney dance ut armory nil
either at Boston or at Paris, He good advice to the youngsters who the seas.
California
and
Idaho.
It
afternoon.
is
nntici-
is not known, and, although the the doors of Japan, although his
is doing 13 feet 6 consistently and, wished to develop strong, healthy
These are somewhat startling patod that some 200 will be in at- term for which Mrs. Veatch was pinises havo been sung for the great
The Eugene band nnd Eugene
having once gone over at that bodies. Many of the boys expressed statements
made
in
an
address
be
­
tendance.
appointed
expired on Juno 4, she in I’omplishuient, has proved a mon orchestra will be here all day.
height, he will do it again.
an
ambition
to
develop
a
physique
fore
the
ehautauqua
session
here
by
The
following
program
has
been
strops
error.
The
method
employed
will
continue
the
administration
of
A complete program will be ready
“Last Saturday Spearow was try­ such as his.
Bagdasar K. Bnghdigian, a native of arranged for the occasion:
the office until her successor is by Commodore Perry caused the Japs for publication next week and the
ing for a record after having com­
four lectures given during Armenia, who arrived here as a
11:30—Salutation of Flag—Flag qualified and installed. Mr. Smith to conceive tho idea that the exer­ committee in ehnrgo promises that
peted in the high jump, which he the The session
were among the best child with a few pennies in his bearers: Twins, Dora and Dean Pow­ will, as required by federal regula­ cise of brute force made nations all events will start on time.
won, and the broad jump, in which ever heard here
arc given prom­ pocket.
ell.
tions, retire from active participa­ great and they have ever since
Traffic will be diverted from
he was second. He was consequently inence by being and
“What our country needs,” he
handled in separate
Song—‘ ‘ America. ’ ’
tion in the conduct of The Sentinel, acted ujKin that theory. They start­ Main street during tho entire day
in no condition to break the record. news stories.
said. ‘‘is not bolshevism, or anar-
Prayer—Chaplain F. M. Cornett. but it is his intention to retain his ed to follow the example set them and no parking of cars will be per­
He just missed setting one, never­
Of the musical organizations the c.hism, .or radicalism ; it needs no
Address of Welcome—NorvalPow- interest in the business.
by ull other nations at tho moment mitted upon the portion where tho
theless.
ism but Americanism, although nt ell.
Vernon
Symphonic
Quintet
was
vot
­
Mr. Smith volunteered in the that that form of becoming great festivities are to be carried on.
“At Boston and at Paris he will ed the best. The musical programs one time I thought I saw the need
Address
by
President
—
Dr.
J.
M.
was beginning to be frowned upon.
Ralph Hand, local middleweight
Spanish-American
war
and
served
have nothing to think about but the did net show superiority over those of anarchism and would be nn anar­ Powell.
“Tho atrocities which Japan has wrestler, will put on a match upon
in Cuba in 1898. His regiment, the
pole vault. There will be no other of former chautauquas, although chist now did I not believe that
Ladies’ quartet.
Seventh United States infantry, is committed in Korea nre monstrous tho night of July 3.
events to sap his strength or divert there was appreciation of the fact Americanism will rise to the aseen-
Address—Hon. P. O. Powell.
now located at Vancouver, Wash. and almost unbelievable and tho
his mind from his great ambition to that all represented the best in dancy.
Society song—“Our Folks.”
His appointment is a recognition United States, a treaty friend of PROGRESS IS HINDERED BY
vault higher than any athlete in the music and there was no pandering
“Americanism means equal op
Reading, “The Pioneer Preach­ of his service in tho armed forces that nation, a treaty friend because
"MAN WITH ONE WINDOW”
world has ever done before. I am to modern jazz.
portunities for all; not materialistic er”—Mrs. Will Howard.
of the country as well us of the that treaty was forced upon that
confident that he will win the event
opportunities
—
we
must
put
mater
‘ ' The Mollusc, ’ ’ comedy-drama
Vocal solo—Jay Powell.
Very little is accomplished in tho
services of u newspaper to tho nation, bus not kept, faith.
and establish a record, too.”
the Clarke-Browne players, was a inlism aside; but we must havo
Influence of tho Three Preach­ Party.
“I came here as the personal progress of the world by the person
Hayward and Spearow, accompa­ by
highly entertaining number aptly equal opportunities for the educa­ ers—Wayne Overholser.
A pleasing feature of the post- representative of tile emperor to up whose activities are confined to one
nied by Mrs. Spearow, left Saturday illustrating how the mollusc will tion of all, we must take the ballot
Doxology.
mastersliip appointment was that it peal to tho United States govern- phase of life or ouo activity—by tho
for Boston. Ray Dodge, Oregon Ag­ spend more effort in resisting doing from the hands of the ignorant and
Basket
dinner.
,
was
brought about without friction meat t to take tho hand of Japan person who bus but one wiudow—Dr.
ricultural college distance runner
than it would take to do place it only in the hands of those
2:30 p. m.—Piano solo—Burton of any kind.
from i the throat of that bullied nn- E. T. Hagerman told the Chautau­
and Olympic entrant, left the same something
who will vote for America. We Arant.
the thing.
tion, but the powers that were at qua audience Saturday night.
day by another route.
PARENTS AND CHILDREN
The usual junior ehautauqua pa­ must expect rottenness in govern-
Recitation—Archie Powell.
“Progress depends upon tho de­
that time hud been approached bv
An article in The Oregonian of rade
was held Saturday afternoon ment when the better people stay
Recitation—Geneva l’owcll.
MUST COORDINATE EFFORTS tho wily statesmen of Japan and velopment coincidently of many ac­
Thursday morning, discussing Spear­ and many ludicrous characters were at home and the minions of those
Piano solo—Eleanor White.
my efforts were unsuccessful, al­ tivities. While there muirf be those
ow ’s performance and acclaiming represented. First prize went to who represent all that our govern­
Reading—Hazel Powell
Parents, as well as boys anil girls, though I begin to feel that tho who devote their greatest energy to
him an athlete of real Olympic Vera Scott and Viola Eckmond, ment should not be go ot the polls
Reading—Austin McReynolds.
have a great duty to perform in present administration is much more business, while there must be thoso
caliber, was a factor in crystallizing who impersonated au old man and and cast their ballots as they are
Song—Wendell Small.
muking men and women, in giving friendly.
who devote their greatest energy
sentiment to send him. For a time an old woman; second prize went to directed to do. We can not have a
Children’s drill.
the
bov and girl a chance, in the
“A grout cataclysm is imminent to church affairs, while there must
the Oregon athletic authorities were Jerrino Burrows and Evelyn Hays, true melting pot when the author of
Miscellaneous
stunts.
opinion
of
Dr.
H.
I<eo
Taylor,
who
in Japan nnd tho test must soon bo thoso who devote their greatest
uncertain, but Eugene business men who impersonated the Gold Dust the great work by that name de­
Reports of annalists.
spoke at the Thursday afternoon come ns to whether militarism shall energy to politics, while there must
and the students were enthusiastic­ twins, and third prize went to Lloyd cries the fact that there is not an
Business session.
session of ehautauqua. Dr. Taylor’s prevail.
bo thoso to givo more time than
ally for sending him to the Olym­ Griggs and Brewer Mills, who im­ organized Jewish vote in America.
Parting song.
address was one to inspire young
“We can learn much from the others to social activities, while
pics. He will compete, of course, personated a negro family.
“We must think Americanism.
folks to nobler and better things orient. Korea- bail bicycles hundreds some must devote their greatest en­
under University of Oregon colors.
In the athletic test among junior We must act Americanism. We DE MOLAYS VISIT HERE AND
and to parents to perform a greater of years ugu and discarded them ergies to science, the business man
Had Oregon not concluded to send ( chautauquans. badges were won by must exercise the" privileges of
PRAISE OUR HOSPITALITY part in directing their young and by religious edict before they wore can not do tho greatest good for
Spearow, he would have had the Kathleen Smith, Beth Bede, Arnold Americanism. We must givo the
providing such opportunities. The known here. Tho first movable himself or the world if bo doos not
opportunity to compete as an Olym­ Eakright and Cecil Armes.
ballot only to those who are Ameri­
One of the most important events responsibilities of young folks to typo, the basis for the enlighten­ uso tho other windows. that show
pic entrant for the Los Angeles
cans.
We
who
have
it
must
use
it.
’
’
Mrs. Della McGregory proved a i
in tho history of the Masonic lodge their parents and to those in au­ ment of the iieoples of tho world, him tho world of politics' tho realm
Athletic club.
. popular director. Harvey Robinson,
In answering a query, Baghdigian was the entertainment last Thurs­ thority was no more stressed than were made in Korea.”
of the church and the other activ­
LaFolletteism and the day evening of officers and mem­ tho duty of parents to see that such
son of Mrs. M. V. Phillips, of Cot- denounced
i
ities. Tho politician must direct his
SILVER CUP IS OFFERED
tage Grove, was in charge of the 1 LaFollette type of public man.
bers of the Eugene DeMobiy chap­ a respect for parents and the au­
vision at times through tho other
FOR BEST FARM DISPLAY property. Miss Livingston, junior
Introductory to his talk Mr. Bagli- ter to the number of 50. The im­ thorities is developed.
windows that show him the activ­
director, won the love of the little i digian graphically described tho pressive work of the order was ex­
ities in business, in society, in the
Preliminary arrangements for ones.
i atrocities committed by the Turks emplified upon two candidates be­ HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ABE
realms of science, etc. Our own ef­
Lane county’s annual agricultural
in Armenia which resulted in his fore a large number of Masons, who
TO BOOST FOR GYMNASIUM
forts in our own particular line
fair were made at a meeting of the
being sent as a child to the land of are eligible to attendance at meet­
will bo more successful because of
directors held Thursday evening last
the free and the home of the brave. ings of the DeMolay order.
A Cottage Grove alumni associa-
contact with what others are doing.
Members
of
D
company,
186th
in Eugene. Despite prospects that
He described his escape from tho
The lodge made a Lit with the tion was organized at a meeting
Our minds will grow cobwebs if we
products of the farm may not come
bondage of the Turks in his home visitors with one of Cottage Grove’s held Thursday evening last in the inf: ntry, left here early Tuesday give nil our time to our own efforts
up to those of former years, a fine
lend to the bondage of materialism famous feeds, the pieces de resis­ high school auditorium. A meeting m< ning on u Southern Pacific spe without regard to what the reBt of
exhibition is anticipated. To in-
in his adopted land and his escape tance of which were chicken pie for a permanent organization will cinl for minimi encampment at the world is doing. By disregard of
Lewis. Companies from south
crease interest in agricultural dis­
from the latter.
and strawberry shortcake.
be held Juno 26, to which all alum­ Ctu.ip
can be seen through the other
Cottage
Grove
can
feel
reasonably
erii Oregon had been already picked what
plays, Eugene business men will
ni
of
the
local
high
school
are
in
­
windows we come to beliove that
certain
of
the
erection
of
a
modern
up
nd
other
companies
were
picked
give a silver cup for the best col-
VEATCH CLAN REUNION
NEIGHBORS IN CALIFORNIA
vited. The organization is largely
tho whole world lies under the one
leetive display from a single farm. hotel building during this year. C.
TO BE HELD HERE SUNDAY
MEET EACH OTHER HERE a social one but a major object of up as the train proceeded north. window through which wo direct
A.
Bartell,
proprietor
of
Hotel
Bar
­
Two
special
cars
were
set
out
hero
A carnival will be held in connec­
tho association will be the promo
the boys were aboard at 11 our Dr. view.
tion with the fair and good purses tell, has had plans prepared for a
Bunday is the date for this year’s
Sometimes neighbors in Los tion of the proposed high school and
’s address was de­
five-story
structure
on
the
Eads
o
’
clock,
which was in compliance void of Hagerman
will be offered for the horse races.
annual reunion of the Veatch clan. Angeles have to come to Cottage gymnasium.
oratoricnl flights but from
with
military
orders.
The
company
’
s
N. E. Glass, of this city, attended property at the corner of Main and Weather conditions being favorable, Grove to meet. Harry C. Mitchell
At the meeting Thursday last
an inspirational standpoint was
Fifth streets, to be erected by a
the meeting.
affair will be held at the so and Henry Wagner, both of whom Robert Galloway was elected tom complement of arms and camp spoken of by many as the best on
stock company and to be leased by the
equipment
wn
carried.
A
part
of
Mr. Bartell. The proposal to form -i called Veatch camp grounds. In case are former residents here and now porary chairman and Wilbur Spray the equipment was the supply of the program.
DARA'IN BRISTOW CHOSEN
stock company was presented at ■< the weather is unfavorable, a hall residents of Los Angeles, are vis­ temporary secretary. Miss Lula
CHAIRMAN OF REPUBLICANS meeting of representative business will be obtained. The attendance itors here, neither knew the other Currin, Miss Rite Kelly and Ren canned fruit furnished by the worn
McOarroll Coming Tomorrow.
en of tho city for the company’s
men a few nights ago and the pro­ for these affairs has been between was living in Los Angeles. They Sanford were appointed a commit mess. Lunch on tho train was fur
Ray McCarroll, popular light heavy
Darwin Bristow, of Eugene, was posal was cordially and enthusins 60 and 70. An effort is being made met while both were greeting F. C. tee to prepare a constitution.
nished by the ladies’ aid society of wrestling cowboy from Pendleton,
to increase the number this year.
Coffman under whom both learned
chosen chairman of the republican tically received.
will be hern tomorrow night to meet
tho Baptist church.
the
barber
business
here
more
than
county central committee at a meet­
Charles Smith in Auto Accident.
A number of business men of the
The company has nil automobile Ralph Hand, local middleweight.
To Preach on Revelations.
ing of the recently elected com­ city have already indicated their
20 years ago.
A Ford car driven by Charles at its disposal this year, Mess Her McCarroll was give.. < decision over
A series of sermons on the book
mitteemen of the county held last intention of investing in amounts
Mr. Wagner had not been here Smith was struck by an Oregon geant K. K. Mills and Sergeant E. Hand when the two mot in Fondle
Thursday evening in Eugene. J. D. of not less than $1000. A total sub of Revelations, to be preached by for 21 years and hardly recognized Pacific & Eastern train at the T.
Blakely having made the trip ton a short time ago. Hand suffered
Hamlin was reelected secretary, J. seription of some $85,000 will be E. R. Clevenger, pastor of the Bap­ the city as the one he left two Sixth street crossing Tuesday after through
an injury serious enough to prevent
with the motor ear.
W. Hobbs was elected state com­ required but Mr. Bartell feels, judg tist church, will start Sunday evw decades ago.
noon. Mr. Smith was going south
In additii a to the usual daily his continuing with tho match.
mitteeman and John L. Dillard ing by the reception so far, that ning and continue upon Sunday eve­
on Sixth street. Apparently he did military training, the men will be McCarroll is considered a top-
Tardy Boys Cause Worry.
congressional committeeman. All are there will be little difficulty in nings until completed. Pastor Clev­
not see the train or bear the warn­
on nu outing to Rainier na­ notcher nnd the fans hero are
enger believes that we are living in
Saginaw, June 10.—(Special.)— ing signal for he drove onto the taken
residents of Eugene.
raising that amount.
tional park nnd there will be sports anxious to see him in action.
the
time
that
the
prophecies
of
the
Edward
Pettet
and
Gail
McArthur
Th - approaching campaign was in­
truck, where it is thought he killed
Business men of the city realise
amu merits of various kinds to
formally discussed and the commit­ that a modern hotel will mean much bible are being fulfilled and prom­ caused some excitement and worry tho engine. The collision turned nnd
ises that these studies of the final Friday night when they failed to re­ the car completely around, broke the fill in the time that the men are
tee made plans to get behind the to the city.
revelation given to man will prove turn from Cottage Grove until 10 windshield, bent one wheel and not participating in military tactics.
entire ticket, from United States
The c-.mpmiy will be in camp
both interesting and helpful. Those o’clock. When they did return, Ed­ damaged a tire, but Mr. Smith es­
senator down. It was reported to
two weeks.
interested in the predictive portion ward decided to spend the night caped without injury.
the meeting that the democrats SEVENDAY CHAUTAUQUA
IS ON FOR NEXT YEAR of scripture are invited to attend.
probably will make a strong fight
with Gail and neglected to notify
Mr. Smith has never fully recov­ Form of School Bonds Changed
his folks, with the result that Mrs. ered from injuries sustained when
to elect the district attorney, the
The school board is read vert bring
Partnership
Is
Dissolved
Cottage Grove will have a seven
I’ettet and several neighbors put in the same car went off the grade
sheriff and possibly the commis
day ehautauqua next year. The price The Cottage Grove-Eugene Freight all night searching for him. The with him while he was driving into the sale of its issue of bonds for
sioner.
the erection of new buildings. The
Republican committeemen of this of season tickets will be raised from and Transfer company and the City mother, fearing that the lad had the Bohemia district.
readvertbrii ig is necessary beenuao
end of the ennnty are as follows: ♦2.50 to 42.75 for the additional transfer are to be run separately been drowned or had met with
the form of tho bond has been
again. C. Mulvihill will have full some accident on the highway, was
Cottage Grove: T. C. Wheeler, C. H. dav’s entertainment.
J. P. Miller Is Injured.
changed.
On nally it was intended
The aeven-day ehautauqua is an charge of the City transfer business almost prostrated.
VanDenbnrg 8. L. Mackin, Worth
J. P. Miller, employe of the A. to make the ditto of redemption op­
Harvey and Elbert Bede; Brum­ outcome of the wish of Ellison- and his daughter. Miss Doris Mulvi­
L. Woodard Lumber company, sus­ tional with ;he t-hool district, hut
Cannery Orders Retort.
baugh. Finlev Whipp«; Latham. J. White to avoid giving on Sundny hills has taken Mrs. J. A. Rhoads’
tained a severe fracture of the
attorneys informed the di­
H. Hawley; Situlsw. W. W. Jack- any program that can be objection position in the transfer office. Mr.
In order to make certain i the large bone of the left leg Friday bond
rectors thnt this would result in .i
i
able to any. This year the eircu.-« and Mrs. Rhoads will have sole destruction of germs that cause
son.
when he fell while bucking logs. lower price for the bonds, for which
day program fell on Bnnday. Next control of the Cottage Grove Eugene beans to sour and those that pro George
Kebelbeek. one of Mr. Mil reason the form of the bond hn.s
dvee botulinus, the cannery has ler’s fellow
Children's Day Observed at Church. year nothing like that can happen Freight and Transfer company.
workmen, took him_ to
so that the district
ordered a retort that will be used a Eugene hospital immediately, Th<- been changed
Sunday was set aside at the The Saturday entertainers will re
has no option until after tho ex-
Presbyterian church as children's main over Bunday and give an ex- "Puxayfoot” Johnson Speaks Here for this year’s bean pack. It will injury is healing as well as can pimtion of lo years.
“Pussyfoot
Johnson.
interna arrive about July 15. The retort be expected.
day. The small ihildrea gave the elnsively sacred program.
tional prohibition worker, addressed will develop a heat well above that
greater part of the program but
Rain Re’ ires Fire Bitnation.
Free Chautauqua at Drain.
a large audience at the Christian necessary for the killing of these
each class was represented with a
The 1 forest fire menace in thia
Buys Classy Car.
germa.
church
Mondav
night.
He
described
Merchants of Drain are giving
musical number, recitation or some
as done away with tern-
Walter Woodard has bought the section
the people of that community a free the benefits of prohibition, disputed
kind of an entertainment number.
classiest automobile that has been porarilv ,y lie light Showers nnd
Old Landmark Il Gone.
ehautauqua this year, the dato» be the claim that there has been an in­
weather of the oust week.
Moont View. June 10.—— (Bjieeinl.) brought here this m-ason. It is a the eooh . <-rs
Weed Inspectors Appointed.
ing Jane 17 to 21 inclusive. A go al crease in consumption of liquor un­
tn this section were
Buick 54 sport model roadster and Tho shoe
C. E. Stewart, of Cottage Orove; enmp ground, wood, water and ligh der prohibition and said that the —The old homestead home built by is equipped with balloon tiro*. The not as ___
he. jvv luiv.eror, as thrv were
C. H. Haight, of Saginaw, and F. will be furnished out of-towa people United States, looked to as an ex­ Charles Hears more than 40 years sale was mad*- by Beaulieu 4 Har alai a •♦»ore end much more rain will
L. Bahrenfnn. of Gowdyvitle. have who attend. A special invitation ample bv the rest of the world, ago was tore down laat week an.I rel. Mr. and Mrs. Harvel went to bo i lir <’ « do I’vnr with th--
bera appointed weed inspectors for has been extended to Cottage Grevi must pot John Barieeorn down and a modern 10-room house is being Portland
and brought the ear here. fire danger entirely.
erected in its place.
out.
this end of the coanty.
people.
FOR TWO WEEKS
MODERN HOTEL BUILDING IS IN
PROSPECT THIS YEAR