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COTTAGE GROVE, LANE COUNTY, OREGON THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1924
IOWAN NOIES PRODUCTIVITY OF * | HAVING
TWENTY TWO YEARS
I EVERYONE IS INTERESTED |
IN UNUSUAL STORIES OF
PRODUCTS OF THE FARM
GAY STREET CARNIVAL WILL BE
FEATURE Of FOURTH
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I xyss of sight does not prevent |
A party of tourists from Wash
Residents of the Cottage Grove
S. L. Godard Contractors, Success ington who were here Monday re 8ays It Is Our Own Fault That one from remembering those seen New Owner Is Man of Experience; country should bear in mind that Athletic Events Big Attraction to
ported to the police officials that
many years agv before sight was
the many living elsewhere who get
ful Bidders, Have Already
We Don’t Help Nature to
Transaction Does Not Affect
thev had passed a demented man
Out of Town People; flpoei.er
The Sentinel are interested in sto
on the highway between Saginaw
ries of the production of the Cot
Is Former Resident.
and Walker. They said that he was
Portland, field agent for the state's
tage Grove soil. Not only are they
zig-zagging back and forth across
institution for the adult blind,
After considerable revision of the paving paying no attention to
“Oregon is unquestionably a great called upon Waldo Miller, of this
Nelson’s service station, estnb-
The program of events for Cot-
specifications to bring the cost the traffic. He had been nearly state and a great agricultural sec city, who once had sight but has lished five years ago by N. J. Nel residents of the Cottage Grove tage Grovo’s Fourth of July cele-
country through learning through
within the amount of money avail run down by the party which re tion,’’ said Jasper Buckmuster, of been without it for many years.
son Jr., has been purchased by W. nows stories of what the soil here bration is complete, with each indi
able. a contract has beeu let to ported his queer actions, He re- Aredale, la., who was a visitor here
After they hud conversed for M. Hall, of Portland. Mr. Hall will
vidual event a special attraction
8. L. Godard contractors, local fused to answer their inquiries and, last week. ‘ ‘ All forms of soil crops sonic time, Mr. Miller inquired of take over the service station and has done. Friends to whom resi leading up to the gay street carai-
semi the paper are interested
uuilding firm composed of 8. L. fearing that he might become vio- seem to grow in this particu Mr. Myers whether he hud not been the shop repair departments anil dents
in such items. They may not know val in the evening. All Main street
Godard and Vinal T. Randall,
lent, they came on into the city lar section more luxuriantly than a piano tuner back in Canyon City, Mr. Nelson will retain th«- salesroom many of thoso mentioned in the will be closed to automobiles during
for the proposed first unit of to report.
anywhere else, but you aren’t get Colo., 22 years before. Mr. Mycts and thi' agency for the Dodge. Over news items but folks everywhere the street parade in tho morning
A party of several husky men ting nearly so much as you could replied that he had. The two had land and Willys Knight automobiles. know about potatoes, about eggs, and no parking of cars will be per
A unique fea was made up and the man was out of your soil.
been well acquainted at that time.
Mr Nelson established the service about fruit, berries, sheep, cows, mitted near the carnival eenter at
ture iu connection with the letting found as described and was yet zig
“If you gave your crops the
Mr. Miller has no trouble what station in its former location on and other products of the farm and any time during the day. Although
of this contract is that the student zagging back and forth across the same attention that we in Iowa do ever in recognizing without hesita Main street July 1, 1919, and the they like to know about such things all Main street will be given over
body has agreed to raise $700 of paving and paying no attention to you would produce a great deal tion his hundreds of friends. He deal for the sale to Mr. Hall was in the country in which you live. to the carnival, the center of gaiety
the cost of the building program, warnings from approaching cars. more and if you would provide irri knows them by their voices and it consummated Tuesday, exactly five They like to read the stories even will be at Seventh and Main streets.
showing high appreciation of educa Members of the party conversed gation you could probably double was by this method that he recog years later. A little less than two though they may not fully believe
Beginning with the wrestling
tion on the part of those who are with him and he appeared to be your production. With your many nized Mr. Myers.
match between Ralph Hand, local
- . ago
_ Mr. Nelson
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getting the benefit of it.
Mr. Myers was accompanied by business into its present handsome
rational in every way except in the mountain streams from which water
If you have any farm product favorite, aud Ray McCarrol, east
The contract was let to Godard way he zig-zagged back and forth can be brought by the simple pro his wife and by Mr. and Mrs. El quarters on south Fifth, erected es earlier than anyone else, if you ern Oregon cowboy, the celebration
& Randall at $18,526.25. Their orig on the paving, causing cold chills cess of building some sort of a mer Lawrence, their son-in-law nod pecially for the purpose from plans have some product that is unusually will attract visitors from far and
inal bid, combined with the ac to run up and down the spines of sluiceway and letting it run down daughter.
made by Mr. Nelson. The building large or has some other unusual near. Fans from up and down tho
cepted bid for plumbing and heat operators of motor cars. For a long hill, there is uo reason why yon
is owned by B. K. Lnwson. of Wed characteristic, if your hens lay an valley will be here this evening to
ing, was $21,750. The razing of the time he refused to say why he was can’t have the water upon which <£>--------------------------------------------------
unusual number of eggs, or hatch an attend the wrestling match. At 4:30
old ubaudoued frame school house giving the highway such minute all crops thrive.
| SENTINEL DESIRES A LIST
Mr. Hull, who with Mrs. Hall ar unusual number of chickens, or sturt tomorrow morning a sunrise salute
is included in the contract. The inspection but finally gave the ex
rived here several days ago from laying at a precocious age, if your will bo fired.
“The trouble is that you don’t | OF THOSE WHO RESIDED
lumber in this becomes the property planation that he had read a want- have to work your soil the way we | HERE PRIOR TO YEAR 1880 | Portland, has had years of selling cow produces an unusual amount of
Tho big street parade will form at
of the contractor and will be used ad in The Sentinel that offered a do to get a crop. Nature provides <£-----------------------------------------------
experience with R. M. Wade & Com- butter fat, if your sheep have an the armory lit 9:30. J. W. Veateh is
in the construction of the new reward of $50 for finding a pack a bountiful crop with little effort,
The Sentinel desires to secure a puny and other well known firms, unusual amount I of wool, if any- to bo marshal of tho day and will
buildings. The grade school unit age of greenbacks that had beeu but how you could take advantage list of all residents of the Cottage He took charge of the business thing happens < on your farm that head the parade.
will be of tile with stucco finish lost between Saginaw and Walker. of what nature provides is well il Grove country who were here pre Tuesday morning.
would interest 1 you if it happened
Miss Nellie Stewart, who will
and the gymnasium will be entirely
Immediately all members of the lustrated by the difference between vious to 1880. Those who were
on some other 1 farm, tell The Sen be Goddess of Liberty, will ba
of wooden construction.
party joined in the search, the fall aud spring grain. The fall here before that time will confer
tinel about it. The unusual inter- attended by Janice Knox, Dorothy
The plumbing and heating work package was found, the reward was planted grain gets plenty of mois a favor by handing in their names, BOBBED HAIR IMPERILS
Jackson, Mary Elizabeth Lass we 11
PROSPERITY OF CHEFOO
will be done by J. 8. Stewart, of divided and everybody was happy. ture to put it high enough to pro giving date of arrival, date of
Incidentally Tho Sentinel wants aud Eleanor Hays as flower girls.
Cottage Grove. Home
No wonder Sentinel wantads get tect th? ground before hot weather birth and whence they came.
all the news of tho Cottage Grove Something novel in tho decoration
The future commercial prosperity country at any and all times. If
were mado in the specifications results.
of the floats for the goddess and
arrives and it has attained its full
of Chefoo, China, a city of 100,000 you can’t put it into n story, call for Columbia, Miss Marian White,
upon which bids had been asked
growth before there is any suffering
and this was let as a part of
and tell The Sentinel about it. If .is promised by the American laigion
for luck of moisture. Your spring
when it is known whether American you haven’t time to call, use the auxiliary committee in charge of
ihe contract entered into with God
grain usually can not be planted
ard Ac Randall.
these two entries. Music for the
until after the spring rains have
hair or return to flowing trasses.
There were nine bidders for the
parade will bo furnished by the
partially worked their way out of
Business men anxiously await word
$19,300 of bonds issued for the con
Eugene band of 25 pieces.
the ground and then often, as this
as to the tonsoriul mode to be
struction program. All bidders of
A cash prize of $10 will bo given
year, sufficient moisture is not pro L. B. Garoutte Comes to Visit Bust
established by American women.
fered a premium, ranging from
to the winner in each of the 11 di
vided to give it full growth. De
Chefoo’s chief industry is making
$41.50 to $305, the latter amount Most of Machinery Had Beeu Re spite all that has been said about
ling City Which He Left
visions of tho parade, with ribbon
hair nets nnd $5,000,(100 worth are
being offered by the state treasurer.
moved to New Structure; Loss
badges for second and third prizes
a drouth here this year, I have »een
Only a Village.
sold to this country each year, be
The First National bank was award
ii each division. A grand prize of
Is $3000; No Insurance.
sides $3,000,000 worth sold to Franco
ed the issue at a premium of
$25 will be awarded for tho best
Mr. Buckmaster has been an Iowa
$289.50. It was determined that the
“There has been a great change
float in the entire parade, irrespec
farmer for many years but has now
The hair is gathered from all
expense that would be saved by
chase Ties at Lowest Price
The old A. L. Woodard sawmill,- practically retired. Quite naturally in the Slabtown of 1865 with its
tive of division. A fund contrib
handling the issue ut home would out from Divide, was destroyed by he was inquisitive as to what suc three houses that 1 once knew,’’ parts of the world and tho weaving
uted by merchants of the city
Made in Years.
offset the difference in the pre fire late Saturday afternoon. The cess Oregon has had with the pro said L. B. Garoutte, of Sacramento, is done by Chinese girls. Much of it
n akes u«> the prize money.
mium offered, which was only mill was to have been abandoned duction of corn. He and Mrs. Buck who visited with relatives here dur is done in private homes and in
The parade will be followed by
speaking and a program in the city
within a few days and a large part master were guests at the home of ing the past week. He said he could
The bids on the building program of the machinery had been moved their nephew, Elbert Bede.
George O. Knowles will give
hardly recognize the bustling indus
were as follows:
trial center of today as the grown work nt home, drawing as high as encouraged operators in this section. the address of welcome and E. R.
into a new structure located a short
Grade school unit—Lebow & Scar distance away. The engine, boiler
up village from which he departed seven cents a day. In China the The Southern Pacific evidently is Clevenger, pastor of the Baptist
brough, Creswell,, $11,000; Godard & and carriage were still in the old M'KENZIE PASS ROAD HAS
many years ago, at that time lo price for the nets run from $1 to contemplating purchases in tho near church will deliver the invocation.
Randall, $11,889.90; Gymnasium— mill and were damaged to the ex
future and purchases by tho rail The patriotic address of the day is
cated almost entirely on the west $2 a gross.
W. L. Hubbell, $9880.33; Godard & tent of about $3000. There was no
roads always presage a revival of to be delivered by J. 8. Medley,
The McKenzie pass road was side, while the east side is now the
Randall, $7772.72. Razing old build insurance. The lumber from this
industry. The Southern Pacific is of Eugene, but formerly of this
main business section.
LORANE COTTAGE GROVE
ing—Godard & Randall, $500. Heat mill is flumed to the planer and opened to traffic Sunday, road
Mr. Garoutte’s parents were the
ROAD WORK COMPLETED offering $17.50 for select common city. Music will be furnished by
ing and plumbing—Nelson Brothers, dock several miles away, so that work having been completed at pioneers, Sam and Nancy Garoutte.
tics, which is considerably below tho Eugene band.
Stewart, there was none at the mill to be points where it was impossible to
The baskot dinner, with free cof
He was accompanied here by his
The Warren Construct ion company the price of $25 paid a year ago. It
$3439.72; F. E. Kreatz, Eugene, endangered by the flames.
is not known that any of the mills
the most part gravel surfaced with daughter. Miss Beruice. Mrs. Ga has completed its contract upon tho hnve accepted any orders at this fee furnished, will follow the pro
(heating only), $2398; L. E. Inman,
in the park, and from 1 to
A. L._ Woodard, the owner, was
now portion of tho Lorane Cottage
Silverton, $3380; Raymond Ma ria It away on a motor trip at the time broken stone, but near the summit ness office of the Sacramento Boe, Grove road, which is now open to new low figure, which is below 2:30 a program of small sports has
Co., Eugene, $4300.
what it was coating to produce the been arranged. For those who wish
of the fire, but a telegram sent to
where she has been for 10 years, traffic.
When combined for the entire Grants Pass reached him Sunday and steep grades. Although there probably will visit here during her
Work started upon this portion ties ut the time of tho slump in tho to dance the Elkins orchestra, of
building program, W. L. Hubbell’s morning on his way home from
vacation but was unable to come nt of the road, 5Vy miles in length, lumber market. The price was down Eugene, has been engaged to play
bid totaled $28,373.53. Godard
- - &
• Crater hike and the Oregon caves. and there is no danger to travelers this time. Their son Earl recently three years ago nnd it ¡ r one of tho to $16 three years ago but at that all afternoon nt the armory.
provided caution is used.
Randall's bid combined totaled
time wages were considerably lower
Manager Earl Hill of the local
No cause for the fire was known.
Construction work is now going underwent an operation from which roads that was the subject of much than at present.
baseball team has picked his team
A sawdust pile was burning but it
he is recovering satisfactorily.
controversy during the recent recall
In connection with the offer of was not thought that the confla on over the lava beds and it may
to meet tho Sellwood toain of Port
campaign. It is understood to be
the high school student body to gration could have started from bo necessary to close the road for
the railways intend entering the lend in the afternoon. Tho lineup
CANADA THISTLE IS SAID
buying market that local mills hnve is Dale Cutsforth, c; Fred Langston,
raise $700, it was found that sev this.
tours will be provided wherever
TO MENACE MANY FARMS to use a roller upon this roml be had.
eral hundred dollars would be re
p; Kenneth DeLassus, lb; Claude
to use a roller upon this road when
quired to pay for the bond to be CHERRY CROP HERE IS ONE
Kime, 2b; Cleo Morelock, 3b; Roy
the fall rains start. The base has
furnished by the contractor, which
Heck, m ; McCarter, rf; Carl Cellors,
OF HEAVIEST EVER KNOWN transported supplies and equipment Lane county is quite serious, says been rolled upon that part of tho CAMP FIRE PERMITS ARE
the student body had ugreed to care
NOW REQUIRED IN FORESTS cf; George McQueen, If. Tho team
over the snow on sleds to get an C. E. Stewart, county fruit inspec- road where tho finishing course
for as a part of the $700. This
which wins the game hero on tho
had not been put on under the obi
amount was saved by securing a
The national forests of the Cot Fourth will piny at Oakland July
county court, but sufficient water
large number of business men of the eherry crop this year has been tance from Eugene to Bend by this paign to eradicate the weeds, and is not now available for use in tage Grove country have been post 5 with the winner of the Oakland-
one of the heaviest in the history of route has been reduced to 117 miles. iliastic action may be taken in somu
the city as signers of the bond.
ed by the forest service giving no Dillnrd game at Oakland on the
this section. Nearly all of the cher-
localities if farmers do not co finishing tho top course with a tice that nmpfiro permits are re- Fourth.
The razing of the old building is
ry trees have been so heavily laden
Alumni Elect Officers.
operate in the work.
about half completed and the con that the limbs have bent under
Tho plug-ugly pnrado nnd other
quired. These may be secured from
The Cottage Grove Alumni associ
Tho inspector has conferred with
struction of the basement for the their burden.
E. 8. Holderman, ranger, at the special features are scheduled for
members of the dounty court in
McKenzie Project Deferred.
new grade building unit is also
I-ay ng creek ranger station. No 7:30 o’clock, just preceding the car
The Sentinel has had on display at their meeting last Thursday eve regard to the i>e»t and said some
Portland, Ore., June 27.—Surfac
about half finished. Considerable
during the past week a single clus- ning: Clyde Leonard, president; farms that have not been occupied ing of an Smile section of Dead blanket permits are issued and per- nival and street dance and the firo-
material for the building is already ter containing 32 cherries, which
mission must be secured for each works display. The hitter is to be
on the ground. The time limit on gives some idea of how thick the Miss Hazel Swanson, vice president: recently are literally covered with Horse grade of the McKenzie high trip into, the forests, No permits on Mount David.
the grade building is September 15 fruit has grown on the trees. As
are required for the use of gasoline
and on the gymnasium October 15. high as 75 gallons have been picked tary and treasurer. The constitution that he knew of one farm in the over until next year following re stoves, as these produce no coals ROSEBUSH STALK HAS 36
Mr. Godard and Mr. Randall in from a single tree. Bings and Royal
and with their use there ia no dan
BLOOMS ALL AT ONE TIME
vite the public to look over the Annes, the favorites here, have Rita Kelly and Ren Sanford was ic would cost more than the farm the bureau of public roads Friday. ger of fire being left after the de
adopted. A regular meeting will be is worth to kill the Canada thistles Both were too high, Engineer Pur parture of campers.
plans nnd to watch the work as it borne almost equally as heavy.
How luxuriantly flowers grow in
held the first week in June of each on it. A definite plan of action cell said.
progresses. They have expressed
this favored section of the famous,
It is almost impossible to keep
Next year the section will bo in
themselves as willing to extend any things from growing in this fa year. Special bi-monthly meetings will soon be decided upon, said the
J. B. Rouse in Auto Accident.
fertile, fruitful Willamette is illus
courtesies possible in the explana vored section of the famous, fertile, are to be called by the president. commissioner, after tho conference cluded in a larger project, with the
Ismdon, July 1.—(Special,)-—J. B trated by the fact that Mrs. J. V.
Any alumnus of the Cottage Grove with Ins,lector Stewart.
concurrence of the sfnte, Purcell Rouse, who is past 70 years of age, Stewart has a rose bush a single
tion of the plans and buildings.
high school ia eligible to member-
said, and bids on tho whole will be escaped injury in an accident Sat stalk of which had 36 blooms at
Watch the lnl>el on your paper.
ship. The dues are 50 cents a year.
accepted,___________________________ urday in which his car, which ho one timo. Home wero in full bloom
Edna Sullivan Is Speaker.
First Real Oil Showing.
was driving was badly damaged while others were just aliening.
Mrs. Edna Sullivan, who is a
The first real showing of oil in
Mr. Bouse did not know exactly Mrs. Stewart does not know the
frequent visitor with relatives hei re, the Cottage Grove well was found
how tho accident happened but said variety. The stalk grows to a height
wns the principal speaker at a re Saturday. When the big baler was
that ns he wns driving along lei- of three or four feet and the flow
cent meeting of the Eugene realty dumped the oil floated off on top
surely on the highway a ear in ers are a delicate coral pink of
board. She gave an account of her in such quantity that it seemed as
which several men wero passengers medium sino and grow in clusters
attendance at the recent session of if the entire mess must be oil. The
up behind him and ran into of five or six. The bush has at
the national association of real es oil being saved in small quantities
with such force ns to damage tracted considerable attention from
tate dealers held at Washington,_D. from the Eugene well evaporates
both cars considerably. He said that passersby.
C. She was a delegnte from Eu- rapidly, indicating that it is of high
ns there was but one of him and
grade. At this well the casing is
several of them they forced him to CANNERY TO HANDLE BEANS
being put down to the point that
pay $20 for the damage to their
AND BERRIE8 THIS MONTH
Library Report for June.
the drill has reached, as there is
rar and then drove away and left
The library report for June, as some fear that the tapping of a
him to get homo as best ho could,
The Cottage Grove cannery will
kept by the local librarian, is as gusher, which is considered a pos
Ho did not know those in the other open about the twenty-fifth of July,
follows: Number of fiction read, sibility, would wreck the well if the
handling evergreen blackberries and
616; non-fiction, 18; juvenile, 393, a casing was not down full depth.
string beans first. Before the can
total of 1027; new borrowers, 11;
P. Shortridge Injured.
nery opens a retort for cooking
fines collected, $7.92; amount ex
Calapooyn Springs to Celebrate.
Thornton Corners, June 30.— (flpe beans under pressure will be in
pended, 80 cents; notices sent. 24.
Calapooya springs is to have a
rial.)- H. I’. Shortridge was serious stalled.
Books were presented to the library special program for the large num
ly injure.’ Saturday while hauling
by Mrs. Henry Cooper, Mrs. Pearl ber of visitors expected to spend
hay. In (musing under an overhang
Your home print shop—The Sen
Stover nnd Russell Butler.
st least a part of the Fourth of
ing tree he was brushed from the tinel-should bo always considered
July there. A barbecue dinner will
top of the high lond. Jarnos Plaster, first. Usually it can handle any
Street Improvement Started.
be served throughout the day and I
who had been helping him and had job of printing you may have. jn22p
Improvement of Ash avenue from there will be n baseball game be
gone on ahead, missed him n short
old Pacific highway west to Q tween the London team and a Eu
time later, went back to investigate
street was begun Saturday by Earl gene team. There will be »ports,
nnd found him lying unconscious.
McNutt, of Eugene, who also has swimming contests and other amuse
Medical nid was summoned and it
the contract for improving Woods menta.
believed he will soon be about.
avenue and Seventh street. The
work must be completed within 60
Thermometer Takes Exercise.
Rinkydink Team Organised.
days, according to the terms of the
While there has been no real suf
A group of boys calling them-
fering from the hot spell of tbe
solves the Rinkvdinks have organ
past week, th- thermometer has
ized a baseball team. They will
—there are a lot of people
Woodard Building Fish Ladder.
been taking some violent exercise.
play I ho Waldon team nt Stouffer
you don’t know.
A concrete fish ladder is being It reached 86 on Saturday and
field Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock.
-and a lot of people who
built by W. A. Woodard at the vaulted to 98 on Bunday. Exhausted
The lineup is ns follows: Huston
don’t know you.
dam above hi* mill on the Coast by its supreme effort, it dropped to
Ihm:*, p; Robert Veateh, c; Ray
-and a lot of those who do
fork, according to plans and speci 93 on Monday and to 90 on Tues
Adams, lb; John White. 2b; Walter
know you don’t know just
fications furnished bv the state day. Yesterday it reached 67.
Garoutte, sa; Claire Adams, 3b;
you have to sell.
fish commisaion. fl. L. Godard ia
Reuben Johnson, If; Kelly Porini,
—and possibly you don’t know
doing the work.
ef; Harold Bede. rf.
Weather for June
that the best way to get them
Above ia a pe« sketch of tbe tab fortably seat over 1000 people and This building is one of levenl per
Following in the record of the
to know you and to know
Mills Are Down This Weak.
Sunday School Gathering at Walden weather for June, as kept by Nellie ernarle now being erreted on tho is designed so that the seating ca manent improvement« which it it
what you have to sell in to let
Lumbering in at a standstill this
A unioa Sunday «chool gvoup ‘ Stewart, local cooperative observer: híethodist eonference camp ground» pacity can be doubled. The sides contemplated to add to the ramp
them listen to your story in
gathoring will be held at Walden Maximum. 96 degrees; minimum, on east Main Street. The roof of will be 12 fact high and the eenter ground* from year to year. Jt if w^ck, she few mills which were op an ad in The Live Wire
Stiadav. The re will be Sundav sehool 38; mean maximum. 80.1; mean the tabe-aacle. whicb will be 66 by light will be 23 feet above the expected that tho tabernacle will be erating having shut down as usual
Newspaper each week.
at 10. preaehing at 11. basket din minimum, 45. Precipitation, .79 of 114 faet, will be «mpported by eighf gronnd. The work is being done by j completed in time for the state during Fourth of July week for
—now you know.
■ camp meeting, which will be held mid season repairs nnd improve
■er at noon. a musieal program at an inch, Clear davs, 21 ; partly largo truenes, to eliminóte all ínter local men together with ministers ¡here this year July 17 to 27.
—let them know.
ior posta. The tabernacle will ewm- and laymen from over the state.
cloudy, 3; cloudy, 6.
2:30 and preaehing at 3:30.
FLAMES COMPLETELY DESTROY
OLD WOODARD MILL
HE KNEW SLABTOWN; HARDLY
KNOWS C. G. OF TODAY
Methodists to Have Large Permanent
Tabernacle Completed By July 17