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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (July 17, 1924)
HOTEL BARTELL BUILDING IS
TO BE MODERNIZED
Hostelry Gives Visitor His Impres
sion of City, in Opinion of
ELEVEN-YEAR-OLD GERALD !
CONNER SCARES RATTLER
BY STEPPING NEAR IT
Gerald Conner, Il-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Conner, nearly
scared to death a big rattler Mon
day when he stepped within a few
inches of it on a trail near the
Conner place in Delight Valley. The
lad was as badly frightened as .the
snake, however, and went right
away from there. Gerald’s uncle,
R. G. (Bose) Conner, followed the
reptile and decapitated it with a
well-directed rifle bullet. It hud ten
rattles and a button.
IS POLITICAL i I MORE TIME IS REQUIRED FOR
OLD COPY OF NEWSPAPER IS | | | MIDGET
POWER: PREVENTS TWO
FOONO IN FLAG STAFF
OIL OPERATION HERE
Enfranchised woman has done
Disintegration Had Set in But Much
of Its Contents Is Legible
After 28 Years.
many startling things but the record
probably is held by a Cottage Grove
member of the feminine sex who
prevented two meetings of the city
council last week. This embryo po
litical leader and arbiter of the
destinies of the nation has “shin
gled* * hair and has never permitted
her activities to be interfered with
by stockings to bind the knees or
anything resembling a corset to
interfere with full operation of her
In appearance she is not as for
midable as the facts related might
lead those unacquainted with her
to believe. She has the sweetest of
smiles and twinkling blue eyes. She
has never made an enemy.
Nor is she an amazon in appear
ance. She weighs four pounds and
a few’ ounces and has been demon
strating her interest in things po
litical for slightly over two weeks.
She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Elbert Bede. That she prevented
two meetings of the city council
came about in this way:
Her father is a member of that
sometimes august body. During last
week Aidermen Roy Short was away
on a vacation and Alderman Axil
Swanson was in Portland on busi
ness. That left exactly a quorum
of the membership at home, but
when the roll was Called for the
meeting Monday night it was found
that the editorial alderman had left
word with the recorder that he hud
received instructions from the new
member of his family that he must
pay her a social visit every evening
until her dismissal from the hos
pital. He was already out of the
city on the way to tho hospital and
the council adjourned to Wednesday
night. Bede was notified that lie
must be present in order that im
portant business could be transact
ed. He did not hesitate in making
a decision. He told the council
that he wasn’t going to take any
chances on arousing the ire of any
feminine member of his family—
thereby showing that he had discre
tion which should make him a good
councilman—and that the council,
the city and everything and every
one else could go to the place where
anyone foolish enough to serve on a
council ought to go. Again the
meeting had to be adjourned.
The meeting was finally held
Monday night, Aiderman Swanson
being homo to make a quorum.
| ONLY FIRE IN FORESTS
IS CHARGED TO A CAMP
FIRE CARELESSLY LEFT
METHODIST CAMP MEETING TO
OPEN HERE TONIGHT
Cureless campers were responsible
Keen Interest Is Demonstrated by for u fire iu the Sailor’s gulch sec I. M. Hargett, Noted Kansas City
tion of the Umpqua forest, the only
Packed House to Hear Olson's
Paster and Evangelist Will
one reported so far this season
from the national forests of this
Be the Preacher.
section. Tho flames were gotten un
der control early Thursday morn
The Hotel Bartell building is to
Those who erected the old high
That interest in the possibility of ing by a crew of men under Dis
Tho fourth annual Oregon Metho
be completely modernized under the
school building which has just been
oil being brought in here is us keen trict Kunger Holderinun, after 15 or dist conference camp meet inc will
terms of a new lease entered into
razed, picked an odd place to leave
us ever was indicated by the nt 20 acre* had been burned over. A open tonight with I. M. Hargett,
between C. A. Bartell, owner of the
tendance at the meeting Thursday crew was left with the fire until Kansas City pastor and evangelist,
word for a future generation. Usu
hotel business, and W. B. Cooper,
ally a number of articles are placed
evening last addressed by Dr. David it completely died out. Ranger Hol us the speaker. He preached last
owner of the building. The improve
in a cornerstone, but those who
E. Olson, president of the Guar derman reported that the flames week at Medford, where he made a
ments, which are to start December
erected this building placed a mes
anty Oil company, which is conduct started from a carelessly left camp- favorable impression as a forceful
ing drilling operations here and at f i re.
1 after the close of the tourist sea
sage in the iron ball which capped
son, and to be completed within 90
the flag staff. When the staff fell
Eugene. Chairs and benches had to
It is anticipated that the at
days, will cost between $15,000 and
to the ground the iron ball fell to
be carried in and many were turned
tendance for this session will reach
pieces, having disintegrated from its
1000 or better. Many from outside
An electric elevator is to be in
Dr. Olsou plainly indicated that
exposure to the weather for 28
points are availing themselves of
stalled at the east side of the build
years, and there dropped from it a
he luis never faltered in his belief
the camping spots provided upon
ing and to the south of the office.
that oil is going to be brought in
ccpy of The Leader, dated in 1896,
tho camp mootiui; property. Alt
The stairway is to be taken from Commercial Aircraft, With Stranger indicating that that was the year
and he quoted from eminent author
arrangements for tho accommodation
ities who support his contention
the northeast corner of the lobby
in which the staff was erected.
Handling Mechanism, Crashes
of campers have been made. The
Hard Surface Streets Are to Be Re grounds have been cleaned and
that oil should be found here.
and placed in the rear. The parti
The staff was on that portion of
Into Wires and Fences.
tions of the second and third floors
He assured his audience that no
the building which was udded to a
tables, benches, wood and water
paired; McNutt Makes Prog
are to be torn out and every room is
stock-selling game was being at
former building which was much
have been provided.
to be made an outside room connect
tempted, which statement he bucked
The F. B. VanNortwiek home older, probably 35 years of age.
The new tabernaelo building will
ed with private bath. This will in south of the city on the south Sixth
by the statement that three times
A largo part of the paper had
not bo completed for the opening of
crease the room capacity by 16, street road came near being w recked disintegrated through exposure to
as much has been spent at the Cot
Another street improvement is ip the session but construction will be
making u total of 52, of which Sunday afternoon when u com the elements but many portions of
tage Grove well as Cottage Grove prospect. Residents on north Tenth fur enough along so that it can bo
30 can have private bath. With mercial plane from Eugene winch tho printing are yet legible.
has put into it and by a further street are circulating a petition for used. Tho framework has been com
tho 20 additional rooms in the an had been operating here crashed to
statement that the hole is being paving that struct with class A pleted and the roof boards placed
An interesting advertisement is
nex, Mr. Bartell is of the opinion earth in the VanNortwiek yard, in that of Charles Markley & Co., sa
drilled hs perfect as it is possible macadam from Villard place to the and it is anticipated that tho sente
to drill a holo and is being sub north city limits.
that this will give the city adequate doing so it tore down telephone loon and billard hall, with “ com
will be completed by tonight. The
stantially cased to take care of the
hotel facilities for the present and wires and went through two feuees. fortable quarters and courteous
Repairs are to be made to a num platform is 16x32, large enough to
oil that lie assured his hearers is her of streets whore defects have accommodate n chorus choir.
plans for a new hotel building, The pluue had risen but a short treatment.” J. P. Currin adver
certain to come.
which were well under way, will be distance from the ground and W's tised his drug business, J. B. Rouse
Tho roofing, yet to be placed, will
developed in tho hard surface puv
dropped for a year or two.
The object of the address seemed ing, the Cascade Construction com be a reddish brown to harmonize
not seriously injured by the crash. advertised lumber. Baker & McFar
Sample rooms and a storeroom are Members of the VanNortwiek house land advertised a meat market busi
pany having been given a contract with tho green of tho trees which
minds of those who have invested for the work.
to be provided in the basement of hold were somewhat frightened by ness, Eakin & Bristow advertised
surround tho structure.
in the oil operations anil to assure
the building and the entire building the terrific noise made by the fall their general merchandise business.
Audley Brown, a vocalist of note,
The grading of Ash avenue and
them that the possibility that the of the Woods avenue and north will have charge of the music. Sup
is to be redecorated and painted. ing machine but did not realize
A McKinley Hobart club had been
well may not be completed within Seventh street stubs has been prac erintendent S. A. Danford will be
Cold storage is to be added to the their danger until it had passed. organized with the following mem
a year from the time operations tically completed and the curbs in general charge of the meeting
cuisine and several changes are to The machine is yet in the VanNort bers: J. 8. Benson, O. F. Knox, J.
started, as originally promised, is built. The rocking of these streets and T. H. Henderson, Cleveland pas
be made in the kitchen and dining wiek yard while repairs are being C. Stouffer, J. Idine, M. E. Grous-
favorable to tho Ultimate success will start as soon as the curbs have tor and evangelist, will bo here. Ho
room. At the expiration of the made.
beck, Robert Griffin, U. S. Martin,
of the operations rather thnn any set. Contractor McNutt is away for and Pastor Hargett will be the
lease on tho corner room of the
At the time of the accident the A. Churchill, N. H. Martin. H. B.
reason for mistrust.
building by the postofficc, that plane was being operated by a Millehd, P. G. Condon, E. H. Yan
a few days looking after a con team of preachers, but visiting pas
Olson stated that geologists of tract which he has elsewhere. The tors will bo called to conduct some
room probably will be taken by Mr. ‘‘buddy’ of the owner and operator cey. W. E. McQueen, J. M. Sher
the Shell Oil company, the Associ city crusher has been put into oper of tho services. E. N. Johnson,
Bartell and converted into an of the machine. He had operated wood. H. Yancey, C. H. Burkholder,
ated Oil company, the Union Oil ation getting out tho rock.
bishop to Africa, will conduct one
another kind of machine while in W. H. Cooper, J. H. McFarland.
company, the Standard Oil company
Mr. Bartell is well pleased with the service and the accident was W. P. Lock wood, T. J. Cardwell, J
or more of the meetings.
and the Penn Pacific Oil conipnny
the progress tho hotel business has due to the fact that he <tid not Barneburg, William Hemenway, T.
have been heard by competent wit
made since his arrival here 14 years understand tho operation of tho J. Taylor, William Vaughn, J. TT.
nesses to report very favorably on
ago to take over the dining room of mechanism of this machine. The Shortridge, J. Kitsmiller, M. C.
oil possibilities in this field. He re
the old Oregon hotel which stood plane was not carrying passengers Bond, William Champion. G. Kleist.
ferred to reports by somo of these
—. H. Martin, Oren Robinson, —. F.
on the property now occupied by at the time of the accident.
Fritz Guggisberg was found dead
in which they predicted tho opening
Yancey, A. Nelson, P. Sherwood.
tho Kem building. The progress of
of a great oil field in the valley in his home at Leona on the morn
J. H. Wells, George McQueen, A.
the business has been due to some
in the very near future, in which re ing of July 9. The condition of tho
Kelsey, D. G. McFarland, W. S.
extent to the increase in business oi
ports they mentioned the wells be body indicated that death had oc
An Oldsmobile bearing Oregon li
Chrisman. Wm. Finnerty, J. McKib
the city but to a larger degree prob
ing drilled here and nt Eugene. Ho curred several days before. He was cense No. 160-034, issued to W.
ben, A. B. Warnock, J. B. Stewart,
ably to Mr. Bartell’s efforts to give
gave the names of oil experts who Inst seen alive Monday. A screw Htrom, of 7 north Third stroot, Port
G. H. Stone, W. Vaughn, J. H.
the city a hotel better than that
have reported very favorably on driver with which he had been land, wns rammed Tuesday ovening
Potts, W. 8. Bennett, J. K. Barrett.
usually found in cities of much
this field and named Hon. Mr. Lel- working was still clutched tightly on tho Comstock overhead crossing
J. A. Baker, J. A. Merryman, U. G.
big, nil authority in geology; C. I.. in his hand when the body was by a Dodge bearing Union county,
Some of the progress of the city is
Walker, T. Richardson, J. E. Ostran
Confer, V. C. Livingston, Robert F. found. The funeral was held Fri Oregon, temporary license No. 2873.
due, without doubt, to the kind of election in the near future to vote der, J. W. Culp, A. D. Lincoln, Wm.
Campbell, Hon. K. Hurlbert, .1. B. day forenoon at Leona. He was The framework of the OldBmobilo
hotel Mr. Bartell has given the city. upon an issue of $25,000 in sewer Landess, N. C. Simons, J. 8. Mar
Young, Professor Howell and Hon. born in Switzerland Juno 26, 1856, was rammed into a rainbow and it
Through tho tourists and travelers bonds. The city attorney has been tin. William Ostrander, George
Mr. Ynkley, and referred to others and camo to the United States 40 wiih otherwise seriously damaged.
which a high class hotel attracts to instructed to prepare the necessary Griffith, W. H. Lincoln, P. New
whoso names can not be made pub years ago. He camo here several The Dodge sustained a soverely
comb, C. A. McFarland, M. A. Mc
the city every business benefits to legal documents.
Three trunk sewers are contem Kibben, Charles Bowen, Geo. M.
lic at this time. He also referred years ago from the east and lived twisted front end. Both cars had to
some extent, particularly the gar
to ti report of the United Stntei for several years on the Ida Stocks
ages, grocery stores, meat markets, plated, one to drain the east side Hawley, O. 11. Willard, I). Bristow,
put on wrecking trucks to bring
geological survey and to a story on place east, of Cottage Grove, moving them to the city. No ono was in
L. Da me wood, J. Dame wood, 8. F.
picture shows, restaurants, confec
the oligoeene sen formation of this
Jackson, W. H. Weist, J. M. Hick
tioneries, drug stores and the farm
jured in either cur. The Oldomobilo
section published in Thu Oregon viving children are Frank, Fred, was traveling south and had reached
er, whose goods or products arc to drain the northwest portion of son, H. D. Lincoln, George Spur,
ing Present Bearish Condi
bought direct by the traveler. Even
tho turn in the overhead when the
tion of Market.
The calling of a special election H. Hemenway, L. R. Long, S. C.
at the University of Oregon. .Spe Grove, and Mrs. Ernest Rucer, of driver saw tho Dodge coming up tho
the physicians, dentists, banks and
cial emphasis was given to tho Oregon City.
others benefit to some extent and for this purpose has been under con Newcomb, B. F. Edgerton, J. H.
overhead from tho south at such
even the undertaker once in a while sideration for some time but has Walker, James Hummer, A. H.
speed that he felt certain tho car
The Walter A. Woodard mill, statement by Hon. Dorsey Huger,
been delayed pending the prepara Gapie, Charles Gapie, John Hull, which has been down for several the world’s greatest authority on
O. A. Smith.
is called upon.
could not make tho turn. Tho driver
Charles Arthur Smith died Mon of the Oldsmobile brought his car
It is Mr. Bartell’s belief that tho tion of an engineer’s estimate of Herbert Eakin, Frank Whipple, B. months, will resume operations with petroleum geology, wherein he stat
C. Walker and W. McFarland.
thing about a city which a visitor tho probable cost.
in a week or so, with production ed that Oregon has well defined day evening from heart trouble and to a standstill but the Dodge was
There are 90 names in the above slightly curtailed because of tho anticlines, indicative of oil which complications. The funeral was held beyond control and rammed the
remembers longest is the kind of
list. Of these there arc 27 known condition of the lumber market. Tho ho believes will be discovered in the yesterdny forenoon from the chapel, other car amidships, shoving it
hotel the city has. It has been his
.1. II. Ebert, pastor of the Methodist against the concrete railing. Had it
to The Sentinel who are living and planer mill at Latham will be put near future.
aim to give all visitors a pleasant
Dr. Olson discussed anticlines, church, officiating. The interment not boon for tho concrete, tho car
19 of them yet in the Cottage into operation at the same time.
recollection of the city by providing
was in the A. F. & A. M. I. O. O. F. might have been shoved off the
a hotel which they would remember
The logging crew was put to work
traps, enclosures, inlets, outlets, cemetery.
Another list of names, apparently Monday.
kindly. “A city to tho visitor,” in
overhead. Tho driver of tho Dodge
Mr. Smith was born May 1, 1867, admitted that the fault was his and
members of the 16 to 1 Palmer &
Mr. Bartell’s opinion, ‘‘is a good
Work is progressing on the addi domes, oligoeene sea formations,
one or a rotten one according to the
tional mill being erected by Mr.
A total of $103,000 was paid out
kind of hotel service such visitor for produce during the years 1908 A. M. Sweeney, —. Todd, J. P. Cur Woodard but construction work is ocene and all other geological for city of Oakland. He married Miss
gets. ’ ’
to 1923 by the Cottage Grove can rin, Dr. Snapp, H. D. Whitlock, R. not being rushed and tho plant ■nations, including large clam beds Rebecca Cummings in Eugene in Editor Wishes He’d Located Here.
Of course a hotel fills other wants nery. During the same period the Carey. J. F. Miller, G. R Burch, probably will not be in shape for discovered in the oil domes upon January, 1891. No children were
Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Baker, of
besides that of providing comfort for cannery paid $45,000 for labor di Geo. Whitsett, J. W. Gowdy, Dr. H. operations before September 1. A which they are now drilling. The born to this union. Mr. and Mrs. Tillamook, visited Thursday lust
Smith enme to this city seven years with the 8. 8. Lasswcll family. Mr.
visitors. For ono thing, it is a rect, $12,000 for articles produced V. Jones, A. Hadsell, Geo. Hadsell, largo part of the machinery is on
source of general information. As locally and $3000 for wood and la J. W. Currin, W. Tucker, M. A. the ground but can not be installed have been drilled, he said, prove ago from Saginaw.
Baker retired several years ago
Mr. Smith is survived by his from the publication of a newspaper
an example of what is expected of a bels. The institution has a paid-up
until the completion of tho mill
found in any of tho great oil fieldB widow, by three sisters, Mrs. 8nrah at
hotel, a call was received a few capitalization of over $13,000 and Cooley, John Cooley, Thos. Allen, building proper.
Tillamook. A quarter of a con
of the world.
Smith, Creswell; Mrs. Fannie Morris,
days ago at the desk of Hotel Bar the sale of several thousand dollars G. M. Miller. M. Martin, J. M.
ago be contemplated locating
Ho stated that they have already Pleasant Hill; Mrs. Mary Derrick. tury
tell asking whether a woman carry more in stock is contemplated for Medley, T. M. Orrell, G. F. Garoutte, ELBERT SMITH TO TAKE
Cottuge Grove but when ho vis
passed through six indicative oil Salem; and one brother, Henry in
ing a suit ease and wearing a dark the making of further improve H. A. Daniels, J. W. Hannes, J.
ited the city ho was so unfavorably
OVER POSTOFFICE JULY 23 sands at Cottage Grove and Eugene Smith, Dexter.
skirt had gotten off the train a ments. The officers of the cannery Mark, J. F. Thomas, J. B. McGee,
impressed that ho decided not to do
and gas and oil showings positively
week before. No additional descrip feel that the amount of money O. Davidson, C. P. McCoy, Geo.
so. His recent visit to the present
Elbert Smith has received official
tion could be given. Upon being which the cannery puts into circu Thompson, J. R. Elliott, W. San notice of his appointment as acting prove that these fields are located
bustling little city led him to be
Maria Perini, a resident of An- lieve that he made a mistake when
advised that such a person had lation locally, nearly all of >t ford, L. F. Wooley, Geo. F. King, postmaster at Cottage Grove and on oil structures. He Htated that
lauf for many years, died there July
gotten off the train here at the brought in from the outside, war
decided to locate elsewhere.
Beagle, T. J. Markley, W. L. Baker. will take over the duties of the and see the bailer with its contents 11 and the funeral wan held then* he Mr.
time indicated, the questioner asked rants a further stock issue.
and Mrs. Baker hud been vis
office on July 23.
where the woman was at that
The term of Mrs. Katie Veatch, wonderful showings of both oil and married there and was about 71 iting in Eugene nt the home of
Currin, A. J. Turner, J. B. Mosby,
time. Upon being informed that the STOLEN FIREARMS ABE
R. Dillard, E. King, W. B. Roher, present incumbent, expired June 4. gas. “Mark you,” he said, “this years of age. Surviving are the their duughter, Mrs. L. M. Travis.
num at the desk did not know, the
FOUND IN BED OF RIVER 8.
M. Garoutte. L. M Veatch, Mack Congressman W. C. llawley recom showing has all come up through wife and the following children:
receiver at the other end went onto
England, J. M. Doak, J. C. Wallace. mended Mr. Siuith for appointment tho hard sandstone cupping in which
Ainerico and Ben Perini, Mrs. No Preebyterian Services Sunday.
the hook with a bang.
Three rifles and a shotgun, evi O. Veateh, J. W. Baker, J. 8. Oz- on June 5 and congress adjourned we are now drilling. Any oil ex Bartu,
On account of tho meeting of tho
and Mrs. Maggie Wurtz,
‘‘Courtesy with a smile” is the dently stolen property, were found inc-nt, J. 8. Medley, Wm. Adams, on June 7 without having confirmed pert who hus seen these showings
Oregon synod, now in session in Eu
motto for every department at Ho a few days ago in the water under J.
gene, there will bo no preaheing ser
R. Cooley, 8. T. Nelson, W. F. the appointment. On July 8 the declares that they positively give Divide, is a brother.
tel Bartell, at the annex and at the the Currin bridge on Row river by Hemenway,
vices Bunday at the Presbyterian
J. H. Tuckson, J. W. postmaster general appointed Mr. assurance of a great oil well being
Central hotel, also operated by Mr. Walter Dowens, who discovered the Doak. J. Cole.
church. Bunday school will be held
J. W. Ashby, P. H. Smith to take charge of the offioc brought in in the near future.”
Elsie Marie Marlow.
Bartell. ‘‘My advice,” he said, ‘‘is, weapons while he was in swimming. Thusen, J. B. Chandler,
The audience was asked to vote
J. Lewison, as acting postmaster until such time
Txindon, Ore., July 15.—(Special.) at 9 o’clock, an hour early, in order
if you can not smile, can not ex One rifle was a .22, one a 25-35 and F. L. Tolman.........................
H. W. as the senate reconvenes and con upon whether it was the desire to
Elsie Marie Marlow, seven month that those participating in the Bun
tend. kind greetings, can not try tho other a 30-30. All were Rem B. ..ud, O. Kylm, O. Wood, L. H. firms his original appointment.
have the well here drilled straight
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin day school work may got to Eugene
courteously to answer all questions ingtons. Deputy Sheriff Pitcher is Slagle, D. B. Dryge, A. Broom, J. H.
The Smith family leaves today for and clean and properly cased, even old
for the forenoon session of tho
put to you, do not get into the of the opinion that they were stolen Medley, F. E. Touchet te, Chas. a week‘s outing at Bandon before though drilling in that manner took Marlow, of Sunnyside, Wash., and synod. Those with cars who can
hotel business. If you meet a from some gun store and has a faint Wright. W. H. Beagle, J. M. Wal Mr. Smith assumes his new duties. longer than the time in which it granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. take additional passengers have
George Sutherland, of lx>ndon, died
stranger, tell him this is the most recollection of several firearms be lace, J. Kerr, H. L. Dunn, G. W.
been requested to bo at the church
had been anticipated that the well on the morning of July 4.
beautiful spot in Oregon and the ing taken some time ago from a Shields and P. J. Jennings.
following the close of Bunday
Not Yet Time to Spray.
best place in which to live. Tell store in Eugene.
It is not yet tim< to spray ap unanimous to give the company the
There are 88 names in the second
him what fine people live here,
They had evidently been in the list, so that the parties evidently pies for codlin moth, according to time necessary to drill the kind of NORTH TENTH STREET HAS
TWO FIKES IN ONE DAY
what a clean little city we have water for several months but mu«’ were
C. E. Stewart, county fruit inspee well described.
Residents Here Picnic at Roseburg.
and that it is conducted in a busi have been dropped there since the
Dr. Olson stated that the equip
A number of residents and former
in the second list are names of tor. Tho inspector advises that when
The fire department was cnllod
winter rains, otherwise they would
least 19 persons yet living and the spray is applied to use the ment for the Cottage Grove and twice yesterday to fires on north resident’ of Cottage Grove pic
‘‘Speak a good word for your have been washed away by high at
Eugene wells has cost $100,000, that Tenth street, one early in the fore nicked Bunday at Roseburg. In tho
in the Cottage Grove 4 4 40 bordeaux mixture
competitor and buy at home if you water. Mr. Dowens was of the 10 of them
it is all paid for, that all bills have noon at the Mrs. Eliza Simpson party were Mr. nnd Mrs. Herman
Evidently republicans are
can. If you can’t buy at home, opinion that they had been dropped country.
longer-lived than democrats. represent portions that are not iegi been paid within 30 days and thnt house and om- during the noon hour Venske, of Glendale, Calif., who
buy as near home as you can. Give through a hole in the floor of the a trifle
A portion of a news story, indi ble. Those who drove the phaeton tho Eugene well is down around nt the H. C. Haskins house. The were on their way home from a trip
preference to your home town, next bridge.
eating that Editor Wooley some then probably have forgotten it in 2000 feet and the Cottage Grove houses stand side by sid<» and both to Portbind; the George Brumfield
to your neighboring city and if you
itmes wrote in a facetious vein, is the pleasure of sitting behind the well is down 1000 feet.
were roof fires. Th»‘re was almost family, of Coburg; the E. J. Hears
ci» ’t get it in your own state, give
Onzi Stoei, 93, Dies in Eugene
Dr. Olson repeated the statement no damage to the Simpson hous<* family, of Delight Valley, and tho
praferenee to your neighboring
Onzi Stoei, on" of the oldest Ma
which he has several time« made 4mt the roof was burned from the George Atkinson family, of North
Like Girls.—Mr. J. P. Cur vehicle.
state. Try to get a home product sons in the state, died Monday at | rin, “Just
that all the profits to himself and Haskins house. The loss to the Int Bend.
or an Oregon product whenever pos his home in Eugene at the age of
and a beautiful horse of member when the flag staff was associates from their oil operation* ter was covered by insurance.
sible. Keep Oregon money in Ore 93 years. He was born at Stoei phaeton
the color in horseman’s pa ria nee net that other articles beside tho win go to the religious activities in
To Assist Veterans
gon and try to make things so Corners, N. Y., January 12, 1831, called
but in more esthetic paper were put into it, but no oth which they are interested and that
For tbo purpose of aiding world
Can Collide at Bridge
pleasant that eastern money will and came to Eugene 36 years ago. circles buckskin
known as Milwaukee brick. ers were found, although it is pos all the assets and resources pos
The Cottage Grove laundry wagon war veterans who wish to apply for
He was aetive in various branches At the C.irrin household there are sible they may have fallen out when sessed by himself and associate«
of the Masonic fraternity and was two young ladies with fair faces, the ball fell to the earth. It is now have been legally fieri up as a and a Chevrolet driven by Mr. adjusted compensation, Mias Grace
affectionately known among his auburn hair and modest demeanor. buried under debris, but when the guaranty to stockholders for the Fogle, of Saginaw, collided at the Norton, of Eugene, former secre
School Building Rime Rapidly
intersection went, of the Main street tary of the county Red Cross, will
Splendid progress in being made fellow lodgemen as “Daddy” Stoei. i Mrs. Currin nsnally docs the driving debris is removed. Contractor God redemption of stock should they be bridge during the noon hour yes visit Cottage Grove one day each
on the walls of the new grade
and when they are all together they ard, who tore down ’he building, disistisficd with operations at the terday. The laundry wagon w’as week. The day in yet to be net.
Ball Player Is Injured.
school building and Contractor
would attract attention in a more intends to make a careful search for earl of two years from the date of traveling south on old Pacific high Applications to the number of ISO
purchase of the stock.
London. Ore., July 15.—(Special.) | pretentious place than this........ but other articles.
Godard hopes to be putting on the
way and the Fogle car was traveling have been filed from Lane county
Mrs. Anna Gowdy had informed
roof within the next week. Part of —A visiting ball player wan ser the other morning, with considerable
Because of the removal of Cap east on west Main street. Both cars
the foundation for the gymnasium iouslv injured Wednesday evening forebodings and after a great deal The Sentinel that a copy of The
w»*rr somewl at damaged but no one
building has been run but work in a practice game when he and of solemn admonitions to the ladies I leader and other articlea would be tain George A. Procter to Medford, was injured. Mrs. Tsplin, of Sagi
Rinkeydlnks Win From Curtin.
will not be rushed on this. Even Norman Barhelder bumped into each to be careful........ .permitted them I found in a cornerstone. No eornor- First Lieutenant I tonaid M DeLong naw, was a passenger in the Fogle
The Rinkeydinks baseball team
effort will be put forward to have other while both were trying to .............. mother’s injunctions to be stone has been found and it it is in temporary command of D com car.
were victors over the Curtin tenm
the grade building ready for oe- catch a fly ball. Mr. Barheldvr’s I careful.......... the gate is only four thought that if any other articles pany, 186th infantry. No move has
in a one siiled game played Sunday
eupanev by the time school open* head came in contact with the eye i teen feet wide.......... and that is why were left for a future generation yet been made to elect a command
on the local field. The
The gymnasium may not be com ami temple of the visitor, who was i the family has to walk.”
they were put into the ball that ing officer to take Captain Prue
was 17 to 5
stunned by the impact.
The seta of [«eriods in the above capped the f'ag staff.
pleted until a little Inter.
PLANE COMES NEAR WRECKING
VAN NORTM HOME
125,000 SEWER BOND ISSUE TO
GO TO TAXPAYERS
WALTER WOODARD MILL IS TO
CANNERY PAYS $103,000 FOR
PRODUCE SINCE 1908
TENTH STREET IMPROVEMENT
IS TO BE ASKED
SPEED IS CAUSE OE WRECK OF
TWO CARS ON OVERHEAD