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COTTAGE GROVE, LANE COUNTY,
| CLUB USED BY CAIN IN |
TAKING LITE OF ABEL |
HAS BEEN FOUND HERE |
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Nellie Stewart Is Goddess; Marian
White, Columbia; J. W. Veatch,
Marshal of the Day.
The contention that Cottage Grove
was the capital of the Garden of
Eden couutry is still further proved
by the faet that there has been
found the war club with which
Cain killed Abel and it is now on
exhibition in the window , of the
Galloway real estate office. The size
of tho club, which is admirably
formed for the purpose for which
it was used, is such as to indicate
that Cain must have been a power
ful giant to have swung it and
there is little doubt that one blow
from it must have caused death.
The prehistoric battering ram was
discovered by Professor E. J. Ed
wards upon his place on the Coast
fork. He did not realize how im
portant his find really was and was
uuder the impression that he had
merely unearthed the mammoth root
of a wild cucumber
The finding of Cain’s war
is but one of several finds to
the modern Cottage Grove and its
humming industry with the ancient
Cottage Grove which did not have
even a woman’s furnishing store.
The location of the original Spitzen-
burg was made certain some years
ago and recently the original fig
tree, with several leaves missing,
was found a short distance from
where oil drilling operations are
now in progress.
OREGON, THURS DA Y, JUNE 26, 1924
N. J. NELSON GETS INTO
MIXUP TELLING OF GOOD
QUALITIES OF FAbl’ CAR
N. J, Nelson Jr. says that he
FRANKLIN CLUB PRINTERS ENJOY ■
INTENDING TO RETURN
SHARPS CHEEK OUTING
Loopie Mackin Is Knocked Out of I still has the $12.50 which he is sup C. B. Neal. Forest Supervisor, Tells
posed to have contributed to tho
Box, While Thum, Peters and
What Government Is Doing
city treasury of Creswell for a
violation of the traffic laws of that
Caldwell Are Stars.
to Protect Timber.
Regretting having left Cottage
Grove after having been away for
a time, or even regretting at the
time the necessity of leaving is not
uncommon but to leave with the
firm intention of returning at the
earliest possible moment is somc-
W. M. Hamilton is the person
who is doing this. Ho has closed
bis chiropractic business here, has
sold his residence property and is
returning to Coquille, where ho
lived for a number of years before
coining here. He has a farm there
which he will put in shapo for sale
and ns Boon as he has disposed of
this he will return to Cottnge
He said that ho had lived in
many places but that not until ho
came to Cottage Grovo did ho find
n place that exactly suited him.
He will call this home oven while a
resident of Coquille and will look
forward each day to his return.
The Hamilton property on old
south Pacific highway has been
purchased by W. B. Stinnett.
One Hundred Eighty-five Members
Gatehr From Over Oregon and
city. At the time he was asked by
a Sentinel reporter whether he had
With the selection of Miss Nellie
Eugene Lions were the guests of paid the fine he was endeavoring to
The most successful and most en
Nearly 185 relatives wero pres
Stewart for Goddess of Liberty
Cottage Grove Lions at a picnic sell a well-known make of car to joyable session they had over held
ent at the sixth annual reunion of
and Miss Marian White for Colum
held Thursday afternoon and eve a good prospect and was vigorously was the verdict of the 30 who at
the Powell Memorial society held
bia, all details for the greatest,
ning at' Calapooya springs. They thinking of some new argument tended the Franklin printers’ picnic
Sunday at the Lincoln Taylor grove
biggest and best Fourth of July
wero allowed to run at large and with which to put over the deal, on Sharp’s creek Saturday after
on Coast fork. A program filled the
celebration to be held in the world
came near taking possession of tho The prospective purchaser had asked noon and night nnd Sunday. Print
larger part of the day. A picnic
are complete. It is understood, of
whole countryside. A. W. Kime, whether the car would do 65 miles ers were present from as far north
dinner was served at noon and light
course, that this biggest and best
who leaves soon to make his home without vibrating nnd when Mr. as Oregon City and Tillamook.
refreshments at 6 o’clock.
celebration is to be held in Cottage
in Portland, was a guest of honor Nelson answered “Why, certainly”
Most of the business program was
The program was us follows:
and was presented by the club with to the reporter he thought he was held around the camp firo Satur
Salutation of flag—Flag bearers.
J. W. Veatch is to be marshal of
a gold pen and pencil.
answering the prospective customer. day night. The printers expressed
Dora and Dean Powell, twius.
the <lay. A. W. Helliwell and C. A.
The main event of the afternoon Of course the reporter could not high appreciation of a talk by C.
Bartell arc the committee having
was an exhibition of tho great
nil- know' that.
B. Neal, supervisor of tho Umpqua
Prayer—1*. O. Powell.
the selection of judges to award
tional outdoor sport, which was won
Mr. Nelson believes in the en national forest, who explained how
Address of welcome—Norval 1‘ow
parade prizes. H. K. Metcalf is
by Captain Thum’s heavy sluggers, forcement of traffic, laws to such the national forests aro protected
chairman of arrangements for the
representing the Cottage Grove an extent as to compel all drivers and how p.-rpotual production is be
—Dr. J. M. Powell, presi
parade and those intending to enter
Lions, the Eugene Lions taking the to operate their cars in a safe and ing provided. Mr. Neill explained
floats are urged to notify him at
short end of a 19 to 11 score.
sane manner, which he is rather the progress in protection of forests
once. All business, fraternal and
Loopie Sam Mackin started in certain ho was doing, and he in made in recent years which has
Society song, "Our Folks.”
social organizations have been
the box for the locals but went to tends paying no fine until 12 good gone so far that the preservation
Reading, "The Pioneer Preacher”
urged to enter and assist in making
the bad at the Slid of the fifth men and true (automobile owners of the forests is almost a certainty.
—Written by Mrs. Will Howard,
the parade one long to be remem
canto and had to bo replaced. He preferred), sitting us a jury, coiae He also explained the plans for a
who was unable to bo present, and
let five Eugene Lions come roaring to a decision that he was operating humlred-year cut in the tract at
read by Miss Kathleen McReynolds.
For those w’hose exuberant spirits
in over >e home platter in the a car in a way to endanger life or Rujada, the first unit of which is ------- ——--------------------------
Vocal solo—Jay Powell.
can not be confined the biggest and
first inning, leaving the locals some property.
now being tapped by the Anderson I MANY SURPRISED THAT
Influence of the three preachers
best street dance and carnival in
six or seven scores in the rear. Such
So far he has received no intima- & Middleton company. This talk I COMMISSIONERS CAN NOT
the evening will be the big feature.
heavy hitters as Marksbury, Nelson, tion that he is expected to appear was peculiarly appropriate beenuse
I GRAB MONEY OUT OF AIR
This w’ill continue until well on into
Bartell, Stewart and Short took a in court.
of the fact that the meeting was 4"
Piano solo—Burton Arant.
the night. The Eugene band will
Babe Ruth Htride aftor the first in
held in a part of the national for
Vocal solo—Selden Powell.
furnish music and a number of
That the county commissioners
ning. Titus was put in to decorate <«>--------- —---------------------------
stunts will be put on for the amuse L
the box at the opening of tho sixth | NEWS OF THE FINDING OF
Robert Hall, of the University
Piano solo—Eleanor White.
ment and edification of the partici | LITTLE TOT LEARNS AT | canto and his offerings mystified
COAL IS ONLY IN ERROR
press, explain*! what the university any amounts from the air seems to
pants. A jitney dance will be held | EARLY AGE THAT HOME | the visitors. Thum (heavy Bill) was | IN IMPORTANT DETAILS
is doing to give young men and be the opinion of many who want
during the afternoon and evening | AND DAD ARE DESIRABLE
at the receiving end. Caldwell and ■»■---------------------------------------- 4 women the foundation for an edu work done requiring the expenditure
Vocal solo—Wendell Small.
at the armory for which music wifi *-------------------------------------- -4 Peters did some big league work in
The following item appeared in a cation in printing. Arthur Brock of county funds. To prove that
be furnished by the Elkins six*piece
the outer garden. McFarland offi recent issue of The Eugene Guard: explained the forms used in the county funds do not come so easily
Little Margaret Stewart, three- ciated
orchestra, of Eugene.
Comic song—Fred Marshull.
" W. H. Hayes of Calapooya spring, state printing office, of which he
year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. with a whole hide.
The sunrise salute will be given R.
Reports of annalists.
has unearthed coal of good quality is foreman, and Edward Krnenick,
L. Stewart, is early in life dem
early enough so that all residents
Families of the Lions were pres 17 miles south of Eugene in seven of the Portland Electrotype and County Commissioner Crowe, who
Business sessio .n
should have their duties for the onstrating that she has a pretty ent and served a picnic lunch. Music different places in a radius of two Stereotype company, explained tho was in the city a few days ago.
day out of the way before the start good idea of what proper little girls was furnished by the Misses Ruth miles, he says. According to Hayes wax plate process.
Mr. Crowe says that it has been
Those registered from outside
ing of the big parade at 9:30. Those should do.
points wore Mr. und Mrs. Francis
the coal is almost on top of the
Sho chaperoned mama and daddy
who have not been fully awakened
and son Earl, Salem) Mrs.
and is of the quality of the
by that time will be aroused by^fc to a meeting of the American Le was spent in tripping the light fan ground,
which were served for breakfast details of the business of n county Winnifred Marshall and sons Ar
short patriotic address by J. ~
tastic in »he hotel dining roorti.
the size of Isme and so far he and thur and Fred, Spokane; Mr. and
Medley at the brief program at the She noted that daddy had left the Some of those who hud taken part Newport.
Commissioner Hurd have had to Mrs. Mayro McKinney and grand
item is correct except as to
city jark immediately following the room and thought he had gone in the ball game were unable to the The
much of their time getting daughter, Turner; Levi, Cecil and
following details: There is «10
home. She felt sleepy and thought participate in some of the fancy
the county and getting a line E. Geer, Rainier, Wash.; W. M. and
The order of march for the P»
upon county road work. From now Orval Powell, Scio; L«e nnd Claire
H. Hayes, Calapooya springs is not
rade is as follows: Official car, a good place to be, but when she
on they hope to be able to spend Powell, Marshfield; Gail Powell,
Eugene 25-piece band, patriotic or
more of their time in tho court Ada, Wash.; Joy M. und Jimmy Lee
ganizations, fire and police depart
house and will then become more Kelly, Shelburn, Ore.; Wayne, Mrs.
ment, fraternal organizations, social
with office details. Ho E. J. and S. Overholser, Pleasant
has located coal 17 miles south of Says Tilings Fanner Buys Are familiar
and civic organizations, butchers, Herb Adams, who were among those
said that as a rule those making re Hill; E. B. Cornett, Mrs. Luellu G.
grocers and bakers, garages and
Slightly Cheaper While His Prod quests of the county court are rea Cornett, Mrs. Vida Cornett Wilson,
ability is that someone has seen
service stations, dry goods and for the little tot as soon as she tlmt
sonable and ready to cooperate for Dale and llazel Wilson, Erica Cope
the coal put out along the highway
ucts Bring Slightly More.
clothing, hardware and furniture, missed, arrived, assured her
tho greatest good for the greatest land, Mrs. Mary Ann Powell, Anna,
and Proctor Commands Provisional Regi for the county road machinery and
comic entries, miscellaneous entries, they would take her to daddy was
number at the least expense.
Gone and Bruce Straney and Mrs.
has given the Eugene paper the
returned her to the hall. It
ment and Usual High Military
"The present slowing up in the
Flo Young, Albany; Mary A. Howe
story in an exaggerated form.
The parade is to form at the easy to find the little miss, as a
pronounced business activity of the EXPERTS NOW MAKING
and Mr. und Mrs. S. IL Callison,
number had seen her toddling along
Record Is Maintained.
armory corner at 9:30.
LANE COUNTY SOIL SURVEY Creswell; W. W. Crubtreo and Mrs.
paHt three years is due to just one
PITCH KETTLE OVERFLOWS;
The Eugene drum corps, a eele- towards home.
cause—the fact that the farmer is
Mary Powell Crabtree, Stayton; J.
FIRE DEPARTMENT CALLED
brated organization, will provide
I) company, 186th machine gun
The bureau of soils of tho United M., Ira C„ Ethel J., Herbert B. and
the general pros-
MR. AND MRS. WOODS HAVE
concerts afternoon and evening.
infantry, was tho backbone of the
David Powell, Mr. ttnd Mrs.
BEEN MARRIED 63 YEARS machine gun division at the annual
Sometimes a small fire that is
Sellwood will be here for a base
D. Rorer, Eugene conjunction with tho Oregon Agri A. M. Arant, Jay, Morris, Wallace
ball game with the local team.
encampment at Camp Lewis, accord not dangerous makes a bigger smoke bank president, in a recent address cultural college experiment station, and Mrs. Juno Powell, Manley
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Woods, of ing to word brought back from than a large one that is dangerous, before the Kiw.inis
Ralph Hand, local middleweight,
club of his city. now has a party in the field exam Arant und Ruth Arunt (aged 94),
w’ill wrestle Ray McCarroll, Pendle Eugene, observed their sixty-third there. Captain Proctor, of D com Such proved to be the case Monday
"It is an historical fact,’’ he ining and classifying the soils of Monmouth; Mr. und Mrs. Perry O.
ton light heavyweight, upon the wedding anniversary Sunday. Their pany, was put in command of a forenoon, when the fire department said, "that this period of good Lane county, as has been done in Powell, Dallas; Mr. mid Mrs. 0. E.
two sons, Lee Roy Woods and I.. L. provsiional regiment made up of all was called to the vacant lot on times is a freak in that it is the several of the northern counties Lane, Miss Bertha Powell, Mr. and
evening of July 3.
The following program of small ■Woods, with their families, were the machine gun companies in camp Main street between the Enrl Hill only era of prosperity that did not of the Willamette valley.
* M. Harris, T. W. Harris,
sports has been arranged: 50-yard present at a quiet family party for and when instructors were needea building and the E. E. Ends build have its beginning in good times
Tho survey when completed will Mrs. J. W. Harris, Burton Arunt
dash, for boys under 15; 100-yard which the parents wero hosts. The they were supplied from the local ing to extinguish some roofing tar or. the farm. The activities of the show in certain groups the location and Mr. and Mrs. Herald W. White
dash, open to all; 50-yard dash, for two daughters, Mrs. Roy Welch, of company, which in every way main which had boiled over, the pitch past tjiree yours have had at their of all soils of similar physical char and daughter Abbie Jane, Eugene;
girls under 15; 50-yard dash for fat Kelso, Wash., and Dr. Elizabeth tained the high record which becoming ignited by coming in con source/ the fact that nn immense acteristics and crop adaptation. Mrs. R. E. Emerson, Glendalo;
men, three-legged race, sack race, Woods, of Madison, Wis., were un military organizations of this city tact with the fire being used to housing shortage had to be made Agricultural lands will be differen George A., Emma, Hazel, Orville
ladies’ backward race, cracker eat able to be present.
have always held. H company, of heat the tar. The pitch smoked like up in order to accommodate the tinted from non agricultural, thus mid Thelma Powell and Mrs. Nancy
Mr. and Mrs. W'oods, who were The Dalles, a new organization, was a battleship.
ing contest, pie eating contest,
people who have flocked to the giving a complete inventory of tho Sutherland, Lorane; Mr. und Mrs.
residents of Cottage Grove until a put under direct command of the
scramble for coins on street.
Tho tar was being used by 8. L. cities, and this tremendous build soil resources of the. county.
W. H. Dill, Harold mid Ollie Muy
The sports program will start at few years ago, were married at officers of D company for instruc Godard and a crew on the roof of ing program has stimulated all lines
The insults of fertilizer treatment Dill and James H. Worthen, La
1 o’clock at the city park and prizes Macklin, Mo., June 22, 1861, shortly tion purposes.
the Hill building and an attendant of industry except tho farm.’’
and crop trials by the agricultural Hubra, Calif.
will be offered for each event. The after which time Mr. Woods en
Members of D company report was watching if. The alarm was
Natural economic laws, said Mr. experiment station ou the various
tered the federal army as a surgeon. that the officers did everything turned in from the farmers’ union Rorer,
baneball game will follow’.
arc moving in the direction soil types are now available to
They enme to Cottage Grove about possible to keep booze out of the store, which is in the Eads build of better
for tho farmer. farmers in the counties already sur
20 years ago. Mr. Woods is 85 and camp, which was the driest one old ing. The smoke indicated to em Prices of conditions
farm products, on the veyed, and will, with the publica
Mrs. Woods 83. Both are enjoying military men have ever known.
ployes there that the whole city average, are moving slowly upward tion of the report and map now be
good health. Mrs. Woods particular
Fifty members of
company might be on fire and curious ones and prices of the commodities tho ing prepared, be available to farm
ly is spry for her age.
joined the climb of Mount Rainier who rushed to the scene of the fire farmer has to buy are slipping ers and commercial organizations of
and spent a night a distance up the were of much the same opinion.
That tho city is determined that
slowly down. When the two meet Lane county.
HARVEY IS BOOSTED FOR
mountain. None reached the summit
tho farmer will bo agnin getting his
hours for irrigation shall bo re
The contract for paving several
NORMAL SCHOOL REGENT as they did not have sufficient Grease Found In Eugene Oil Well. just dues and economic conditions ANDERSON & MIDDLETON
spected is indicated by tho fact
city streets was let by the city
A cupful of a black, greasy sub will again bo balanced.”
that one fine has already been
council Friday night to Earl Mc
Worth Harvey, of this city, is
Field maneuvers by regular army stance was taken from the oil well
paid for a violation. The one to
Nutt, of Eugene. Bids had been being boosted by residents of Med outfits, using real ammunition, of the Guaranty Oil company at
the city treasury was A. C.
The Anderson & Middleton mill enrich
received Monday. C. E. Mercer, of ford, Mr. Harvey’s former home, proved interesting and instructive. Eugene a few days ago and is being
Loucks. The complaint was signed
and logging camp will close down by
Eugene, had submitted a lower bid for a position on the board of
Members of D company had displayed at the Eugene office. The
Saturday to remain closed over the
but upon recommendation of the regents of the state normal school plenty to eat and greatly appreciat stuff has much the appearance of
who stated that tho defendant had
street committee his bid was reject at Monmouth. Mr. Harvey has al ed the fruit and mess fund fur cup grease and is mixed with short
made at the mill. The railway will been a habitual offendor in dis
ed for the reason that work done ways been a republican, while Gov nished by citizens of Cottage Grove. fibers.
remain in operation until a day or regarding irrigation regulations.
several years ago on M street by ernor Pierce, who hns the appoint There was no sickness, but Private
Six hours were spent in getting
Mr. Loueka admitted that ho had
so before the Fourth.
the Mercer & Igoe company had not ing power, is a democrat.
used water out of hours but insisted
George Lester sustained a severely through the first two feet of the of Ixine county on July 1 to suc
The name of another Cottage injured left thigh when a truck hardest rock yet met in the well.
he intended to pay for all
Fred G. Stickels, occupant of at work in the woods doing tho that
A stipulation in the contract let Grove citizen was recently present backed into him.
water used. Police Judge Gulloway
It was just after this hard layer ceed
to Mr. McNutt was that in case ed to the governor for appointment
The company arrived home at 7 was passed that the bailer brought who has resigned in order to devote starting the extension of the com thought that five simoleons would
he himself does not do the curb to a position on the board of o ’clock yesterday morning.
up the black grease.
his time to private interests. Mr. puny's railway to tho timber re help to square the account.
work he shall have it done by the regents of the university.
Taylor is the republican nominee cently bought from tho government.
low bidder on this work, Wm. Hig
In neither case did the prospec
Edith Landwehr Dies.
for the office at the approaching Immediately after the Fourth this | TAKES CAKE FROM HERE
tive appointee know of the action
gins, of Cottage Grove.
Miss Edith Landwehr, former res- November election.
TO SHOW TO RESIDENTS
until after it had been taken.
ident of Blue Mountain, (lied from
It was rumored during the recent work of extending tho railway will
OF OLD ENGLISH HOME
FOR ONCE CHERRIES ARE
cancer Wednesday of last week in campaign that Mr. Stickels would start. Tho intention is to complete
Lectures on Ku Klux Klan.
NOT HURT BY HEAVY RAIN
Astoria at the home of her brother, like to resign but was sticking to tho railway this summer and at
They don’t make cakes in Eng
R. C. Mathis, national lecturer for
Robert G. I.andwehr, with whom the job to prevent the appointment the same time to build for the city
An unusual feature of the show the Ku Klux klan, spoke to a fair
Miss Imndwehr and her father mads of a democrat, although all mem a dam on Dinner creek and extend land like they do here. That is the
ers that prevailed last week was sized audience here Saturday eve
their home. The remains arrived bers of the county court wero re the city’s water line to this point. belief of Dennis Cooter, who loft
that they caused little or no damage ning at a meeting held in Phillips Temperance union was organized here Friday and funeral services publicans. The change in county Operations in the timber cannot yesterday from Corvallis for a visit
to the bumper cherry crop. Ordi hall. He explained the principles
were held that afternoon from the commissioners made a change in the start until the railway is ready to nt his old home in England nnd
that is the reason why Mrs. N. J.
narily such a rain as prevailed for of the order, the qualifications for ing held in the Christian church. chapel, E. R. Clevenger officiating. situation of which Mr. Stickels has carry in supplies.
Nelson Jr., of thia city, sister of
two days of the week would cause membership and the work in which
Mr. Cooter, who was u guest at the
a great deal of damage but when the organization is engaged An ap state organizer, presided. Twenty- tery. Miss laindwehr was born De
Mr. Taylor is now acting as a
RO ID MACHINERY
farewell party given for him, was
the rain ceased the weather re- peal was made to those eligible to nine members were present and cember 17, 1880,* in Kansas. She is deputy in order to become familiar COUNTY
IS USED ON CITY STREETS requested to bring ono of her fruit
mained cool and cloudy Had the join the organization and a number many more are expected to be at survived by her father, IL H. I.and with the duties of the office.
cukes of which ho is especially
sun eoine out immediately after the signed for membership. Several mem the next meeting to be held July 11 wehr, one sister and two brothers.
The county road machinery has fond. He wished to take it to Eng
showers a large per cent of the bers in their robes paraded on the at the same place. Meetings will
be held the second Friday in each
used during the past week on land with him to show the native»
cherries would have been ruined.
Woods and mill jobs are scarce been
-macadam streets of the city ono of the things they do better
Kime Presented With Jewel.
Mr. Mathis has been engaged month but the permanent meeting
Lane county has never had a
to last several
be used on others,
A. W. Kime is now the possessor week’» report of the United States
hero than there. The entire N. J.
larger crop of cherries than that of for two weeks in covering Lane
Nelson family attended the farewell
this year. Trees are loaded with county and went from here to the The following officers have been of a veterans’ jewel showing that employment bureau in Eugene. In county scarifies the macadam
the fruit. The Royal Anne variety, coast. He reported a large increase
fact there are more men being tak surfacing the streets. East Jeffer party and spent the week end in
in particular, is so prolific that in membership as a result of the
off jobs than are being put on. son avenue, south Hixth street and Corvallis
J. R. Hendricks; secretary, Mrs. the presentation having been made en
some of the trees are breaking meetings which he has held.
however, there is a old Pacific highway have had or aro
Harry Hart; treasurer, Mrs. Fred at the recent meeting of Juventus greater demand
down with their load.
for pickers for ber
Car in Ditch; No Glass Broken.
ries and cherries than can be filled. to have this treatment.
County Warrants Not Wanted.
bureau placed 94 men nnd 19
A freak accident happened on the
Mrs. C. W. Caldwell; are for even five year periods only. The
The prosperity of the country highway near Anlauf Tuesday when Christian,
women last week.
Hand Lo es Two Matches.
may be indicated by the fact that a Willys-Knight operated by a ian, Mrs. Mary Smith. A vice presi
Ralph Hand lost two wrestling
Kime nt this time because of the
Odd Fellows Sponsor Picture.
the county clerk is advertising a tourist went over the grade into a dent
matches upon his trip to the coast
from the Baptist church an! fact that he is planning to move to
number of county warrants more ditch in such a position that the
Tho local I. O. O. F. lodge spon last week. In the match with Jack
for the several de Portland in the near future.
than seven years old which have services of a three-ton truck and a superintendents
Hand took tho first fall
will be chosen at the
—the nicest courteny you ran
not been called for. They are for wrecking car were required to ex partments
King,” which was shown Bunday in 36 minutes with a hammerlock
»how gtient» in your home is
amounts ranging from 50 cents to tricate it. while the only damage
»nd Monday nights at the Arcade and body sei sors but in breaking to
Cottage Grove to Play Oakland.
have their visit mentioned in
*9. If not called for within «0 was the demolition of one wheel.
The Cottage Grove baseball team theater. The settings of this picture from a headlock which Reynolds the home newspaper.
Students Earn 136.074.
days they will be cancelled.
Despite the fact that the ear went
will go to Oakland July 5 to play were marvelous, picturing the pyra had clamped on from a standing —the niceat courtesy you can
onto its side, not a pieee of glass
A total of »36.074 was earned ' the champions of Douglas county, mids and the sphinx as the children position Hand fell outside the ring
your friends in to let
Fanners' Union Holds Picnic.
was broken and no one was injured. during the past wine months by | The championship of the county is of Israel, with their camels, donk and was so injured that he had to show
them know of your comings and
The Lane County farmers’ union
students at the University of ' Ore
~ to be decided the day before in a eys, sheep and horses, were being forfeit the match.
goings through the columns of
Dahlias Are tn Bloom.
Tho match at Florence was a
picnicked yesterday at the McKenzie
gon working their way through game which will feature the Fourth led by Moses from Egypt to the
handicap, Hand agreeing to throw your home newspaper,
Mrs. E W Armes probably is the school, according to a report being of July celebration. The Douglas holy land.
fish hatchery. An invitation had
to do either of these will also
Gib Houghton twice in an hour. —
been extended to Governor Pierce to | first to have dahlias in bloom in prepared by Mrs. C. K. Donnelly, county city is putting on a two
la* a courtesy to your home
I^ne county is being put prae Hand took one fall in 40 minutes
be present. A program of music, this favored section of the famous, who has charge of the employment deva’ celebration, with sports prizes
racing, jumping nnd horseshoe pitch fertile, fruitful Willamette. Blooms service at the university Y. M. C. of »750 on each day. Ralph Hand tieally on a cash basis, the county but Houghton was able to ward off --telephone 159 J when you
ing was enjoyed. A number from appeared a week ago on two va A. This represents an increase of wrestle« Ted Thve there on the treasurer having called all county the bone cm hern during the re
have an item of any kind.
warrants issued previous to June 2. mainiug 20 u.mutes.
the locals of this section attended. rieties, yellow and purple.
»8396 over last year.
evening of the Fourth.