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COTTAGE GROVB, LANE COUNTY. OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1924
Editor Raises 61/» Lb
Grow in Air.
Load Limits of Years
Ago Sound Funny
Interesting Events tn the Lives
of Those Who Laid Sturdy Foun OOSt of Double Election Board
Number of Votes Here Reaches
The editor of The Sentinel
dation for the Present Generation
With the issuing of an order
Total of 819, Breaking
Is About Same as Of
the Lane county court that A. B. Wood Writes Enter-
Goes to Garage; Starts Car; starts off tho annual big vegetable
Record of 763.
contest with a monster radish of
will limit tho loads hauled over
OUR CHURCHES AND SECRET
Dies Either Getting In
taingly of Wonders Which
his own production,
A greater interest in politics
With the election over and all county roads, some interesting
or Out of It.
is 6% pounds, Its length is 14 or an increase in the number ot
Mean Little Now.
(Cottage Grove Leader, 1899.)
decisions settled, the cost of these
inches and its bust measure 19 voters is indicated by the number
hectic and entertaining events is when many horse-drawn vehicles
Currin Cooley, prominent native inches. It was a volunteer. Had of votes cast in Cottage Grove
being checked, although no com were in use have boen found by
A. B. Wood, writing from San
of Lane county and former rosi- it been planted there is no t-ell- at the recent election, when tho
plete figures are yet available, O. E. Crowe, county commis Diego, accompanied his remittance
dent of Cottage drove, died in ing what proportions it might total on president was 819, the
The oldest and perhaps the most according to R. 8. Bryson, county sioner.
with the following interesting com-
An old notice showing the load ment:
his car in his private garage near have attained, It was taken from highest ever cast.
prominent secret ordor in Cottage clerk, as the bills have not all
limits which were allowed winter
his home at 570 Fifteenth avenue
The largest number of votes Grove is that of Cottage Grove come in.
“It is five years and 22 days
east, Eugene, Bomo time Monday full growth for the reason that it previously cast here was in 1920, Lodge No. 51, A. F. & A. M.
Thero were 98 voting precincts and summer has been checked since we filled our gas tank and
afternoon, He went to hin garage, was covering a hill of potatoes when 763 expressed a choice for In 1871 a number of members suf in Lano and of these 52 employed over by the commissioner, who with regrets loft the place that
situated some distance from the which the editor wished to dig president,
In 1922 but 688 ex ficient to constitute a working lodge double boards,
Each board is reports quite a change since tho had been a pleasant homo to us
house, shortly after noon to w’ork in order to provision the family pressed a choice for governor, In at this place, asked for and were composed of five persons and a coming of tho motor vehicle.
for over 17 years. Cottage Grovo
Following are the weight limits and the friends we left will always
with his car. His wife wondered table.
1923 but 329 voted upon the in granted a dispensation by Worship wage of $3 for (right hours is
That is not the only unusual come tax. In the May primaries ful Grand Master O. G. Clark, who paid.
why he was gone so long, but
Tho cost of tho election that appeared on the old notice:
bo remembered when wo take n
Ono and one-half inch tires, backward look over tho experiences
thinking he might have gone down product from the editorial garden this year 491 votes were cast upon appointed A. H. Spare, W. M.; where double boards were not used
town or somewhere else paid but this year, Five hills of potatoes, the proposition to recall the D. C. Underwood, 8. W.; O. P. was in many cases about thu same 2625 pounds; 1 3-4 inches, 3500 of our lives.
little attention to his absence. dug while the vines were yet eounty commissioners. In each Adams, J. W.
ns where single boards wore used, pounds; 2% inches, 3937 pounds;
“Wo look with interest for
Later in the year a charter was as, the single board worked much 2% inches, 4375 pounds; throe items in Tho Sentinel about the
A neighbor, having heard the en green, each gave up a pailful of case the highest number of votes
inches, 5250 pounds; 3>4 inches, friends and affairs with which our
gine of Mr. Cooley’s car running spuds, many of them weighing cast in that election has been granted by tho Grand Lodge in longer in completing the tally.
session at Salem, Or., and on July
for several hours, asked Mrs. two pounds and better. One of used.
3 Vi inches, 6125 memory is familiar but such items
It is estimated that tho entire
13, 1871, tho first officers were cost of tho election just held pounds; 3 3-4 inches, 6562 pounds;
Cooley about it. The two went the green vines was not satisfied
are diminishing in number, for in
installed. They were A. H. Spare, will be bctweeii $6500 and $7000, four inches, 7000 pounds.
to the garage to investigate and with producing in the ground but
the short time since we loft many
W. M.; D. C. Underwood, 8. W.; O.
found Mr. Cooley’s lifeless body was also producing potatoes on
including pay for the election
old names are no longer seen and
P. Adams, J. W.; Dr. A. L. Wynne,
on the front seat, He appeared the vines. Several of those thriv
boards, rentals for tho polling CATS KILL MORE BIRDS
many new names are appearing
secretary; C. H. Wallace, treasurer; places and transportation chargos
to have started to get in or out ing on the salubrious ozone of this
THAN ILLEGAL HUNTERS and business chauges are constant
L. E. Whorton, T.j J. C. Wallace,
It favored section of the famous,
of the car when stricken.
on tho ballot boxes and equip
ly taking place.
“The pro«ling, semi-domestic cat
was the belief of Coroner Bran- fertile, fruitful Willamette were a Chickens Jump From 49,483 Last 8. D.; and Junes M. Martin, J. D. mont.
This will be about 75
“We see quite a numbor of Ore
This organization has always num-
is the great destroyer of game gon automobile liceuse plates on
stutter that he died from natural foot above the ground,
Year to 82,065 For
cents for eact vote cast.
birds among our four-footed ani cars on and about our streets and
causes and not from monoxido
moat prominont business men and
mals,’’ said Gene M. Simpson of highways but no familiar faces in
gas from the exhaust of the en underground and potato seed on
the stnte game farm rocently. the cars. Thia has been a lato
gine, as the garage door was wide the vines. In the latter case,
That the horse is fast passing citizens in this community. It owns
TAX ARE RETURNED
original seed, planted in the from Lane county is indicated by its own hall, is fairly well equipped
“In this, perhaps tho greatest season for tourist arrivals, as peo
Bevoral hundred checks which Chinese pheasant country in the ple have in so many cases desired
Mr. Cooley was born in Cottage
the difference in the number re
Grove more than 51 years ago good condition and was put back ported in the assessment summary members on its roll. Tho following have been sent out by tho fed- Unitod States, tho marauding cat to remain at home to vote, How
and had lived here all his life to produce volunteers in the for the present year and that of aro its officers elect for tho on- eral revenue office at Portland, kills more pheasants than all tho ever, tho voting is over with very
until he went to Eugene five years spring.
representing returns on the in illegal hunters. He is afield 365 little shouting. I think that very
1923. Last year a total of 7153 suing year:
Joseph Perkins, W. M.; J. I. come tax for last year, havo days in the year. Having been
The editorial garden was so horses and mules were recorded on
ago. For two years ho was em-
many who scattered their votes
ployed at the Eugene Grangers ’ prolific that neighbors and friends the eounty assessment books and Jones, J. W.; W. V. Dewaid, 8. been returned unclaimed, accord raised in domestication anil per feel a sense of relief to find that
T. Awbrey, secretary; D. ing to word received from Clyde haps on your own promises, ho
warehouse, a year and a half at have had some of their table this year that has dropped to 5788.
Coolidge and Dawes are elected.
the Chase gardens and for six needs supplied from it. After tho
The drop in the number of hor Bristow, treasurer; L. F. Wooley, G. Huntley, collector of intorna) takes advantage of not only the I hope thut peace and prosperity
months he was fireman at the editor had made about 10 gal ses is offset by increases of other
revenue. The checks are for the pheasants chicks but full grown follow us for four yenrs anil more.
The Eastern Star chapter was cut authorized by congress to pheasants as well. There appears
university, He was a member of lons of sour crout to have around livestock. The sheep report shows
We nre living in uctive times.
the Presbyterian church, He was in case of sickness, some of the that this year there are 19,599 the fourth organization of that those who paid the annual tax in to be no way of enforcing a closed We here havo witnessed the land
A head, compared with 16,949 last r.amo constituted in Oregon. It was full last March,
a sou of Eliza and Alex Cooley, cabbages were given away,
Mr. Huntley season on tho birds with the cats.’’ ing of the first non stop flight
organized in 1880 with 16 members. asks taxpayers of Lano county
among tho best known of the farmer from Yoncalla, who was year,
Goats now number 11,648
of an airplsnft from coast to coast.
The first officers wore O. P. Ad who have not received the ro-
visiting here and saw one of and last year 9957.
We have entertained the fliers
Mr. Cooley is survived by his these in tho home of a friend, re- has shown the greatest increase. ams, W. I’.; Mrs. Lena Lurch, W. turn to communicate with tho
ATTRACT ATTENTION who circled the globe and returned
widow and four children as fol marked that it was the finest It jumped from 49,483 last year
Portland office, as tho check may
in safety. We havo witnessed tho
lows: Miss Ireta Cooley, chief cabbage he had seen anywhere to 82,065 in 1924. Bees (hives)
be included among those ro
Prunes of Lane county are hold arrival of tho air ship Shenandoah,
clerk in the forestry office at Pend this year.
turned because of change of od- ing a place with tho best on the tho first of its type to mako such
show an increase from 135 to
CA October 8, 1895, in a little
The columns of Tho Sentinel are 1633.
leton; Miss Fay, Dale and Alan
dross of other cause.
Pacific coast, according to mem n trip. We havo listened by radio
building on what is now tho coraor
Cooley, at home. Two brothers, open for other stories of actual
bers of tho Lano County Cooper» to the voice of President Coolidge
The figures on cattle show a
George Cooley of Paisley, and J. production.
Watch the label on your papor.
live Prune Growers’ association, ns he talked to an audionco in
drop from 193123 to 19,194. Swine occupied by Miss Williams’ gro
R. Cooley, of Cottage Grovo, and
which is affiliatoli with tho North Washington, D. C. Wo can hear
havo decreased from 3813 to 3332. cery and confectionery store, a
a sister, Mrs. V. ] D. White, of TENTH STREET PAVING
J. V.; Dr. George Wall, surgeon; Pacific Cooperative Pruno asso- tho bands as they play in Port
There are now 1164 dogs in the
Cottage Grove, also survive.
IS ACCEPTED BY CITY county, compared with 1471 last little bund of Amercan veterans, L. Morse, chaplain; George Thomp ciation. A total of 535,000 pounds land, or Salt Lake or Denver and
20 in number, organized tho thir
The widow was Miss Myrtle
son, Q. M.; R. Griffin, officer of of prunes wore dried and packed other distant points.
teenth Grand Army post of Oregon.
Tenth street, over which there
Hambrick and is a i daughter of
in Lano county by tho association the notable achievements of only
Frank Hambrick, of this city.
during tho year. All was handled a short time ago aro now super
were: W. W. Stanfield, P. C.; R.
Tho funeral was held this after quality of the macadam and curbs, WHEN IS LA FOLLETTE
L O. O. F.
at tho plant of L. D. Scarbrough seded and practically obsolete. And
was accepted by the city council ELECTION? ASKS BENSON Griffin, L. P. C.; William Me
noon in Eugene.
Cottago Grovo Ixalgo No. 68, ut Croswell.
still pooplo uro coming to Cali
Cord, J. V. O.; William Beidler, I. O. O. F., was organized August
Monday night, it appearing that
“Very glad, indeed, to know Adj.; William Thom, Q. M.; H. H.
fornia to find tho choicest placo
the contractor had fulfilled his
21, 1880, with only five charter
NELSON GETS DISPLAY
that, yon are making it a twice a
Chance, officer of the day; G. W. members, Sumuel P. Garoutte, Aaron WHITE SEES SISTER HE
contract. The city attorney was
ROOM ON MAIN STREET
week,’’ writes J. 8. Benson from Kelley, O. G..; H. Churchill, Q. M.
“Wo see in reports that you
LEFT FORTY YEARS AGO
instructed to draw an ordinance
Wolf Creek, “Hope it will be a 8.; Samuel Getting, chaplain; R. Lurch, M. N. Foley, Harry Thomp
hnvo boon having some rainy days.
N. J. Nelson Jr. has leased the providing for the assessment of
son, and Dr. H. Wright. The char
W. J. White visited in Portland Well, rain in moderation is a good
winner and that in a year f rom
M. Culp, Andrew Hoffnuin, Robert
Hemcnway building now occupied cost against the property bene
now it will be a daily. Hope the Carey, E. W. Whipple, F. Whipple, ter was granted by Hon. Philip during the past week with a sis thing. I wish some of yours could
The street is now open
by Trask’s grocery and will take fited,
Metcham, grand master and attest ■ ter, Mrs. George Crater, whom ho be diverted to us. We have had
editorial in Tho Oregonian about
James Law, B. B. Scott John Gray, ed by Grand Secretary J. M. Bacon.
possession January 1. He will use and is a splendid improvement
had not soon since she wus fivo but .37 of an inch since July I.
making it twice as good will come W. H. Bose, A. C. Huff and A.
it as an automobile salesroom and for the city.
Tho present officers are: James year» of age, which was i sonic Wo must vote over four and a
is moving from his present Fifth
Hemonway, N. G.; J. I. Thomas, 40 yoars ago. He found that . she
“I trust the twice-a-week will
half million dollars of bonds in a
Tho oldest living veteran in tho
street location in order to have CEMENT WALKS MUST
be able to publish just when La- order now is Joseph Walker, who V. G.; R. Griffin, R. 8.; James had changed Home through tho few days that wo may build a
a better-located show room. Mr.
(lament, P. 8.; Cal Stevenson, treas years. Whon ho left her she was
GO IN ON WHITEAKER Follette and his followers are
dam to save the rain that may
looks to be good for many future
Trask has not yet sheared a new
going to hold their election, We roll calls. The present quarters of urer. Thia lodge has the honor of a resident of Montana, Bhc re- fall in the mountains.’'
Cement walks have been ordered
location but expects to have one
containing upon its list of active cently became a resident of Port-
certainly did hold ours recently.
the post are in the city hall and membership its first charter mem
before the date upon which he on Whiteaker avenue wherever
Christian Church Subjects.
their officers are: W. H. Lincoln, ber, Samuel P. Garoutte, who is,
there are now no walks. The city
has to move.
Tho meetings nt tho Christian
C.; J. Walker, L. V.; F. E Miller. so- far as is known, the oldest
council ordered those walks in six LAMBERT WAS BURNED
VanDenburg Is Complimentary. church continue, with considerable
months ago, giving property own
Many Sheep Are Killed.
INSTEAD OF DROWNED
living Odd Fellow in Oregon. Mr.
C. II. VanDenburg, who recently interest. There have been several
Garoutte was bom in Gloucester
Claims for damages for the kill- ers six months in which to com
to Eugene, regrets part- conversions. Tho subjects for tho
county, New Jersey, May 11, 1823.
ing of more than 100 sheep by ply with the order, Several prop
ing with his old home town paper coining week are as follows:
He was initiated in Lynchburg
dogs during October have been re erty owners built their walks in a recent accident near Powers,
as with the city that
Sunday forenoon, “The Lord’s
not drowned, as the news
lodge No. 151 of Ohio, May 1, 1852. as much
solved by the eounty court, One during that time but several was
home for 27 years. “I Table”; Bunday evening, “What
from there stated.
Ho was also a charter member of was his
farmer reported that dogs had did not and the new order be- stories
engine which he was operating
Adel encampment No. 23 and want to say,’* ho comments in Mhall I Do With Jesus!”; Monday,
comes effective at once.
killed 16 of his sheep.
“that “Tho Handwriting on the Wall”;
turned over twice and he fell
Friendship lodge No, 96, both of a complimentary manner,
LITTLE DROPS OF WATER.
Tho Sentinel is head and should Tuesday and Wednesday, “Whnt
under it, with the framework of
Your wants may be few—provid
the cab resting on his left log,
ed you use Sentinel wantads.
Mr. Garoutte cortuinly has good ers above any other paper pub Think You of Christ!”; Thursday,
OF LONDON INJURED pinning him down so that he could The constant drop of water wears
grounds for claiming to be tho lished in Cottage Grove during “Bo Yo Reconciles to God”; Fri
my long term of residence there.’’ day, “Tho Bible a Mirrior.”
away the hardest stone;
pioneer Odd Fellow of Oregon,
London, Nov. 11.—(Special.)— not avoid breathing the steam
The constant gnaw of Towser
Wednesday of last week was an from the burst pipes. It was
masticates the toughest bone;
Auto Parks Still Patronized.
Armistice Day Passes Quietly.
Woodmen of the World.
unlucky day for residents in ami inhaling of steam that caused
The constant wooing lover car
Armistice day pansed quietly
Tourists are not discouraged by
around London, 14 of whom sus death.
Bohemia camp, of this city, WftR
ries off the charming maid;
no celebration of any the famous Oregon mist. Many
tained minor injuries ranging from
chartered April 25, 1896, with 25 here
And the constant advertiser is
buNineM hounen of the of them are yet on the move and
The following kind,
skinned knees and elbows to se
the one that gets the trade.
outdoor parks continue to be pa-
were its first camp officers: J. 8. city
verely bumped heads and sprained die work. The Sentinel's live
*wi*v atlwj* >• ♦t'» jêsee.
M. .U.y, evusua cuaiuuauiier;
WHATS THE USE
Pity the Poor Men