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COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL, MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1924
year. The only way the payment ♦----------------------------------------------------- ♦ BOOK DESCRIBING
can be avoided, in the opinion of
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The Sentinel, is by a finding that W----------------------------------------------- ------- *
Mondays and Thursdays
the law was unconstitutional. That
Publishers does not seem likely'to happen.
Bede & Smith.
. ..... Editor
Tells of Hennepin’s and Du
(Special to The Sentinel.)
The Coos Bay Tinies issues its
A first-class publication entered at
Dec. 28.—The J. P. Parker fam- 1
Lhut’s Adventures in 168Q.
Cottage Grove as second-class matter usual splendid annual edition de ily left for Portland Tuesday.
voted to boosting the southwestern
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. McKinney,
Minneapolis, Minn.—A yellow, worm-
Business Office55 North Sixth Oregon country.
As usual, the of Cottage Grove, spent Christmas eaten old book. Father Louis Henne
I edition is one worthy of the cause with the F. T. Benston family.
pin’s own account of how he and Du
for which it is published and one
A. C. Curtis, of Vesta, Wash., Lhut in 1680 discovered the falls of
By mail (Cash in advance)
visited with his children at the Jud St Anthony, has been found in the
One year....$2.75 | Three month» .80
months.. 1.50 | [ One month.... . .*0
.50 richest sections of a state immense- son Allen home over Christmas. home of W. E. Hewitt a Minneapolis
ly rich in resources.
Mr. Curtis is recovering from a attorney. The book was published in
London and dedicated to William IIL
Four months, in advance
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Benston and
Father Hennepin tells the story of
Six months, in advance...
daughter were Christmas dinner how, after journeying from the mouth
(Special to The Sentinel.)
One year, in advance___
guests at the W. A. Keene home in of the Illinois river down the Missis
Dec. 22.—Joe Geer dressed 31 fat i Ibdight Valley.
sippi to the gulf of Mexico and back,
turkeys Wednesday and shipped
The program and Christmas tree he and his companion were captured
National Editorial Association
them to Portland Thursday.
given Thursday evenin' at the , by a band of northern Minnesota In-
Oregon State Editorial Association
W. L. Townsend went to Eugene ___________
Oregon Newspaper Conference
school was a very enjoyable
affair. '4 diana. They were taken to the north
Saturday to receive medical atten Nearly everyone turned out in spite •*^*’ood8, where Father Hennepin became
of the severe cold weather.
REGULATING CHILD LABOR.
Hchool closed Tuesday and will
He was placed in a tepee, Into
8. H. Jarrett spent Christmas
begin again January 5. The pro with relative» in Springfield,
which were rolled large round stones,
gram and tree was given Tues«lay
Charlie Sharon is spending the red hot. These heated the tepee, while
as well as individuals, are making evening.
holiday» with hi» parents, Mr. and two Indians gave him a sort of "Swed
a lot of fuss for fear the federal
Mrs. Robert Phillips entertained M rs. C. H. Sharon, Miss Marjorie ish massage." The treatment was re
government is going to take over the sewing club December 18. The
Rankin is also a guest at the peated until he recovered.
the regulation of child labor.
next meeting will be January 8, Sharon home.
Accompanied by Du Lhut, he and
If the federal government takes with Mrs. B. A. Pruett as hostess.
his party later started back to Canada,
over such regulation, it will be
John Massey caught a wild eat have been visiting at the J. C. discovering en route the falls of St.
because the states, through favor- in a trap Monday.
Anthony. Near the falls they found
Conley home the past two weeks.
abl action upon a constitutional
Most everybody in the vicinity
beaver skins bung up to scare away
amendment, ask the federal gov is busy thawing out water pipes
evil spirits. Some of the party want
ernment to do so.
and pumps. Warmer weather will
ed to steal the hides, although Du Lhut
Individuals and newspapers that be gladly welcomed.
opposed this, knowing the ways of the
quake for fear the federal govern
Dec. 27.—Mr. and Mr». Charles Indians better than they.
ment is going to take or be given
Despite his protest, the skins were
Whipp», of Tillamook, are vi»iting
power that should rest in the state
taken. Later the whole party was
lose sight entirely of practically th-”
captured by the Indians, who wanted
Presbyterian Church—A. Ralph Finley Whipp».
only argument that is being made
to kill them. Friendly Indians Inter
for such federal regulation—an ar Hpearow, pastor. Sunday school at
vened, however, and the white men
gument that applies particularly to 10, forenoon service at 11, vesper
were allowed to proceed.
service at 5.
Midweek services Jones.
Father Hennepin at the time was
That argument is that a state Wednesday evenings at 7:30.
a subject of Spain, although traveling
adopting stringent regulation of
with an expedition financed by
Baptist Church-Tenth and Adams. Bert Lancaster family.
child labor would be put at a
France. Upon his return to France,
serious disadvantage with states not Bible school at 10, preaching at. 11
because he took credit for discovery
regulating child labor. Oregon is and 7:30. Young people’s meeting Mrs. A. Castle.
of the mouth of the Mississippi, which
Mr. and Mrs. John Allen and the French contended should go to La
now having a hard enough tirtie at 6:30. Prayer meeting Thursday
competing in outside markets with evenings at 7:30.
Salle, he was exiled and proceeded to
Allen’s sister, Mrs. R. Martin.
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goods made in the east by labor
England, where he wrote his book,
Christian Church, the ‘ ‘ home like ’ ’
working under less favorable eon-
with William ITT »« his patron
ditiuiin than dues labor employed chinch—A. J. Aduuis, minister. sister, Mrs. George Duerst.
Sunday school at 9.15, sermon and
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jones and
communion at 11, Christian endea family and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Vienna Make« Record
vor at 6:30, evening service at 7:30. Brumbaugh were Christmas guests
Speed in Home Building
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to even compete
of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cox, of Cot-
market with goods
Vienna.—What is said to be a rec
Methodist Church—Rev. J. H.
under conditions less favorable to Ebert, Pastor. Sunday school at tage Grove.
ord for central Europe was made
Mr. and Mrs. C
9:45, morning worship at 11, Ep
here recently when a number of
houses were completed and ready for
Those who purchase are likelv to worth leaguo at 7, evening service spent Christmas with
occupancy within three weeks. The
buy at the lowest price without at 7:30. Everybody is welcome to George Layng.
houses were erected us an experiment
considering whether or not the
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week end with her mother, Mrs. owing to the dearth of dwellings here
goods were made in Oregon or
Free Mothodist church—Corner of
and It is planned to build more by
whether or not the labor employed Monroe avenue and south Fifth Thena Miller.
Vernon Whipps, of Powers, spent *he hundreds If the scheme prove«
in making them was treated aw street—D. 8. Forrester, pastor, Hun
Christmas with his parents, Mr. practical.
well as labor in Oregon.
day Hchool nt 10, forenoon services
The frame of the houses consisted
There is no question that the at 11, evening service at 7:30. and Mrs. Finley Whipps.
Roy Wilcox, of Portland, is visit of two sets of boarding which were
employment of child labor should Prayer meeting nt 7:30 Thursday
ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert set four or five inches apart. The
be regulated. There is little doubt evenings.
Intervening space between the board
that Oregon is likely to bo at all
• • •
ing was filled with sawdust which II
times among the leader» in provid
Christian Science Church—Corner
had been treated with a chemical
ing hotter conditions for labor and »T Jefferson uvenuo and Second
preparation which made It nonln-
for its children, even at the ex street. Sunday services at 11 a. m.
ftammable. A coating of plastering
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Wednesday service» at 7:30 p. m.
pense of its industries.
Dec. 27.—Miss Viola Welty, of was applied to the outside of the
Federal regulation of employment
Sovonth Day Adventist Church— Centralia, Wash., spent Christmas boarding and a family from the Vien
of child labor is the only method
West. Main street. Services every at the home of her sister, Mrs. na slums moved Into the new home
by which wo can provide the regu Saturday.
Sabbath school at 10
21 days after the work was begun.
lations of child labor in which we church service at 11; prayer meet Charles Wood.
W. L. Townsend had his tonsils
believe, and which Oregon now ing Wednesday evenings at 7:30.
removed at a Eugene hospital Mon Water Found in Quartz
has, and at the same time not
Sunday School services in the day and was quite ill for several
put ourselves nt a serious disad
Ten Million Years Old
vantage in competing even in our Latham school house every Sunday days.
Miss Orpha Combs came home
own markets with the products of at 9:45. Mrs Hugh Trunnel, su
Chicago.—Drops of water more than
perintendent; Mrs. Winnie Hagerty, from Corvallis, where she is teach 10,000,000 years old, preserved In
ing, to »pend Christmas with her quartz Blnce an age before life
That is thi* point that is missed
by those overxealous ones who fear ir
gan to appear on earth, will be
— EÌ relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Abeene and hlbited In the Field museum here.
some state right is going to be
children spent Christmas with the
The water was obtained In South
J. E. Banton family.
America by O. C. Farrington, head
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Pruett mi'i of the museum's department of ge-
Although The Sentinel supported
daughter went to Aurora to spend ology, who found it Imprisoned in
the repeal of the income tn x for
(’hristmns at the home of their crystal quartz taken from rock for-
what it thought to be the best
daughter, Mrs. Cecil Roberts.
mation at Bon Jesus dos Melras,
interest» of the state, it does not
Mr. ami Mrs. Bort Newton and Bahia, Brazil. The estimate of Its age
bcliovo that payment of the taxes
children spent Christmas day with was based on the fact that the roek
levied under th«» law can be avoid-
the A. R. Newton family.
formntloas of the archean age are as
ed. The tax levied becnine due
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Powell en serted by some scientists to have ex
January I of this year, The repeal
Barber work in general ; tertained at Christmas dinner. isted 550,000,000 years ago. The wa
in November could have in no special attention to children. Their guests wore the Joe Geer ter la clear and sparkling In its crys
way affected an account due the
family, Cecil Goer, the Charles tal container.
state nearly a year before. The 630 Main P. 8. Bukowski. Prop.
Powell family, J. H. Warthen and
tax should be paid in full for the
the James Powell family.
City Authorities Piaui
Mrs. R. K. Foreman ate Christ
to Modernize Moscow
mas dinner with Mrs. Mary Massey
Moscow.—Moscow will rival la
The program and tree given r.t beauty and civic modernity any Euro
the school house Tuesday evening pean capital, If present plans of the
was a very pleasant affair, the municipal
pupils doing credit* to both them Preparations are being made for the
| selves and the teachers. A large construction of a subway on the Amer
: audience was present in spite of ican plan and the establishment of
the disagreeable weather.
omnibus systems, taxleab llnea new
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Jones and tramways and other Improvements.
| son and daughter, of Eugene, spent The present sewage and canal systems
(’hristmns with their son Frame will be entirely remodeled. A com-
mission representing the Moscow so-
Reta Bailes is enjoying a visit vlet has left for Germany, Franco and
from her father, of Seattle, who England to seek foreign loans for t'Jte
came to spend the holidays with projects.
1 his little laughter.
(Cottage 6rove Sentinel
I Neighborhood News!
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HAVE YOU TRIED IT YET/
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what all-'round winter performance
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Quick-starting and more. Extra
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ter “pep" but nothing sacrificed.
Get a tankful of the new winter
“Red Crown” today from any red,
white and blue pump in town — at
Standard Oil Service Stations and at
dealers—"in every way a better gas
STANDARD OIL COMPA Y
WAY A better gasoline
Quick âurtmg O lOO^ potver
1 collector ’»
Taxes Are Paid In.
siieJ turnover of Iwck
been mad« bv th. tax
office, the total amount
Scratches can be removed from fur*
Qiture by rubbing well with a solution
consisting of equal part* of salad oil
and vinegar, using a soft rag A flat
the scratches have disappeared polish
can be applied.
Merchants! Your salesbooks
Place vour order with The
Sentinel t»0 days before you
must have them.
Oldest London ‘Cabbie*
Mourn« End of Hone
London.—London's oldest cab
driver Is Joe Mini Ion, who has
been 60 years en the box, and
whose greatest pride Is the fact
that the late King Edward was
for years one of his regular
Motorization of the means of
transportation In London has
left old Joe almost without
employment, and he talks jaunt
ily of acquiring a taxicab.
Asked for bls opinion of the
taxi, the aged cabby said
"They have driven us off the
streets In the same way the
busses are driving them off.
And as for the tragic. we'U. so>on
have to start burrowing under
ground Give me the ol a days
with clear streets and a. smart
horse, and time for a nap on
the box If you liked."
! • EIGHTH GRADE EXAMINA
NOTICE OF SALE OF »16,736.1«,
THE NORTH POLE-
IMPROVEMENT BONDS OF
CITY OF COTTAGE
AN D FIVE OTHERS The uniform state eighth grade I THE
GROVE, LANE COUN
Earth Has Six, in Three
Group« of Twins.
Notice is hereby given that
sealed bids will be received for the
purchase of $16,736.18, of Cottage
Grove, Oregon, Improvement Bond
Series “K” by the City Recorder
of said City at his office in Cot
tage Grove, Lane County, Oregon,
at 7:30 o’clock P. M., January
5, 1925, at which time and place
the bids for said bonds shall be
opened and considered by the Com
So Was This Cottage Grove Woman mon council, of said City.
Who Tells Her Experience.
Said bonds shall bear date tho
All too often women accept their 1st day of January, 1925, and
pains and aches as natural to their mature in ten years from date
sex. They fail to realize that weak thereof and be redeemable at the
kidneys are often to blame for that office of the Treasurer of the
backache, those headache«, dizzy aity of Cotage Grove, Oregon,
spells and that tired, depressed feel upon the payment of the face value
ing. Thousands have found new
health and strength by helping the thereof with accrued interest at
weakened kidneys with Doan’s Pills the date of payment at any semi
—a stimulant diuretic. This Cottage annual coupon, period, on or after
one year from date of said bond.
Grove case is one of many:
Mrs. Amanda Spriggs, 500 S. 1st j Baid bonds shall be in denomina
St., says: "I had terrible back tions of $500.00 each, except that
aches and could hardly get about one of said bonds may be of sueh
and dizzy spoils came over me, espe
cially when I stooped. My limbs I denomination as will make up the
ached, my feet swelled and my kid total amount of the bonds hereby
neys acted too frequently. Doan’» authorized and said bonds shall
Pills soon had me feeling like s , bear interest at the rate of 6%
different person. The aches ano per annum, payable semi-annually
paiss left and my kidneys did not after date thereof, principal and
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don’t interest payable in Gold Coin of
simply ask for a kidney remedy— the United States at the office of
get Doan’s Pills—tho same that j the City Treasurer of Cottage Grove,
Mrs. Spriggs had. Foster-Milburn Oregon. Said bonds will be sold
Co.. Mfrs.. Buffalo, N. Y.________ | for the highest price obtainable
therefor, but not less than par and
accrued interest. Sealed bids will
be received for the purchase of all
or any portion of said bonds, the
Common Council, however, reserv
Get you winter coal from ing the right to reject any and all
A certified check for $250.00,
Roek Spring's Utah coal by payable
to the City Recorder of
sack or ton.
Cottage Grove, Oregon, will be re
quired to accompany each bid as
evidence of good faith and com
pliance with the terms of bid.
The bonds offered are Bancroft
Bonds, based upon street improve
ment as directed by ordinance No.
558, of Cottage Grove, Oregon,
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passed December 8th, 1924. If no
bids are received for the whole
amount thereof so offered for sale
at or above par, the Council may
negotiate and sell the said bonds
or any part of thereof at not less
than par without re-advertising.
Dated this 22nd day of Decem
We guarantee highest
ber, A. D., 1924.
43 years in business.
Reference: Bank of California.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
examinations will be given at <
schools which have pupils who have
complied with the conditions the
law imposes and for whom ques
tions have been asked, on Thursday
and Friday, January 8 and 9,
E. J. MOORE,
County School Supt.
Washington, D. O.—"The earth ha«
at least six well-known pole«. In three
groups of twins, only one of which the
Shenandoah or the Los Angeles, If they
blaze an aln trail across the Arctic, will
probably cross—the* North pole. The
others of the polar family are the
'poles of cold,' the South pole and the
North and South magnetic poles,” say*
a bulletin from the Washington head
quarters of the National Geographic
“The most talked of member of the
family Is the North pole. Enthroned
st the top of the earth where latitude
becomes 90 degrees and the meridians
of longitude converge, It has received
only one visit In all-time. Rear Ad
miral Robert E. Peary, with his re
tinue of Eskimo attendants, spent a
few hours in Its frigid presence and
took notes on Its refrigerating system.
“Scientists tell us that this refrig
erating plant. Installed and operated
solely by nature, never fall« to reg
ister below the freezing point of fresh
water even during July, and that its
mean temperature In winter Is about
that of some of the Montana cold
“Even Old Sol, when he returns to
the North has been unsuccessful in
breaking up the plant, though at the
summer solstice he pours out larger
amounts of bls rays there than at
any other part of the earth's surface
except at the corresponding point In
the South. If he didn't have to keep
moving he soon would make the Arc
tic Ice cap the hottest region on the
earth’s surface, but he only succeeds
In melting some of the surface Ice. In
honor, or defiance, of his visit, day
light lasts for six months, but hu
midity, cloudiness and precipitation
mar the beauty of his rays on the
crystals of the snow palace.
"Wheu lie leave* and night set* iu,
fantastic lighting effects, which shame
those of New York’s Great White Way,
are brought Into play. The northern
part of the sky is illuminated by an
arch of whitish, greenish, or rosy light
from which streamers of white or col
ored light go trailing across the heav
ens. This effect Is called the aurora
"Though the North pole can never
leave Its kingdom and has been rigidly
bound down by nature, It does pan
age to shift about In a circle 50 feet
In diameter. This restlessness causes
a corresponding variablUtv In terres
One Caller In a Million Year«.
PAGE & SON
"When Admiral Peary stood on the
top point of the earth, he was actual
ly being turned around only once In 24
hours with the rotation of the earth.
As he simply lingered for a few hour«
he made only a small part of a revo
lution—a pace which Is not conducive
“The other monarch of the world*«
ice lands Is the South pole, twin of
the North pole. Though there is all
the distance In the world between
them. In the main the surroundings
are duplicated. The arrangement of
land and water in their respective
spheres of Influence is somewhat dif
ferent; the southern, a land sone sur
rounded by a wide belt of open sea.
and the northern, a water body sur
rounded by continental land masses.
The southern monarch likes his sum
mers colder; In fact so cold are the
summers and so regular the winds
F. I). Hogg. Manager
that there Is practically no plant life
of even the most Insignificant kind on
B. Valenzuela. Supt.
the Antarctic continent He la also
less exclusive than his brother of the
North, having received two earthly
travelers within his portals—Capt
Roald Amundsen and Oapt Robert F.
Scott, but from the latter he exacted
a death penalty.
J. A. RHOADS
"The North and South magnetic
poles, located more than a thousand
miles from the true North and South
poles toward Hudson bay and New
FURNIT ORE MOVING
Zealand, are the elusive members of
the polar family. The North magnetic
pole make* the compass needle stand
up straight on Its point, and the South
magnetic pole makes It stand on its
Piano Moving a Specialty.
foot, and they both play tricks with
Phone 99; Res., 168-L
all sorts of metal Instrument« by mag
netizing or demagnetizing their parts.
Why Comp«** Swerves From North.
"When John Jones travel« through (r
narthern Wlsconaln or Minnesota
woods solely with the aid of his com
pass, he cannot go directly north un
less he travels jnst a little west of
the direction In which his compass
points, because of its affinity for the
North magnetic pole.
16-lncb Dry Slab Wood
"The explanation of the magnetic
poles la that the earth itself 1« a mag
net, made so probably by the electric
per load of 2i/2 to 3 tier,
currents passing around It In an east-
I delive red and put in shed.
"The poles of cold are the Ishmaels
Office phone 15
and Hagar* of the polar family—out
casts, both erratic and disagreeable.
They reside In the places where the
cold is most Intense, usually In the
interior of a continent Though the
Long distance hauling, piano
North pole has the coldest mean sb -
moving a specialty.
anal temperature, there is a desert of
Ice In the Interior of Greenland, which
Any time—any where
la the coldest part of the northern
hemisphere in July. Verkhoyansk, tn
northeastern Siberia, on the fringe of
the Arctic circle is colder tn January
than the North pole Itself. It even
Chestnut Brother*, proprietors
boasts a record of 94 degrees Fahren
(Across street from 8. P depot;
heit below aero hot Its mean tem
COTTAGE GROVE. OREGON
perature for January Is about minus
60 degrees Fahrenheit. During Febru
STORAGE AND GENERAL
I ary Fort Conger. Grinnell land, sb
Ellesmere Island In the Arctic, claims
the honor, with a mean temperature
Office phone 6,
for February of about minus «0 da-
Residence phone 1554.
ALL OUT OF SORTS?
Rooms $4.00 per day
City Transfer Co.
1 Doolittle & Carlile
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon,
November 26, 1924.
Notice is hereby given ' that
Julis T. Blalock, of Oakridge,
Oregon, who, on July 10, 1920,
made Additional Homestead Entry,
No. 012917, for 8% SW%, Lot 8;
N% SW>4, Lot 8; and 8W%
NW%, Lot 8; Section 13, Town
ship 21 South, Rango 2 East, Wil
lamette Meridian, has filed notice
of intention to make three year
Proof, to establish claim to the
land aboven described, before E. O.
Immel, U. 8. Commissioner, at
Eugene, Oregon, on the 13th day
of January, 1925.
Claimant names as witnesses:
William T. Minnick, David Min
nick, Allen Riuer, all of Oakridge,
Oregon; Henry Skinner, of Spring
HAMILL A. CANADAY,
H. W. TITUS, D. M. D.
Modern equipment. First National
Bank building. Hour*. 9 to 1» and
1 to 6. Evening* and Bunday* by
sopointment. Office phone, 10: res-
■ncc phone, 184-J.
HERBERT W. LOMBARD
Attorney al !.»•
First National Han* Building
Cottage Grove, Oro.
___ Phone »4
DR. O. E. FROST
Office in Lawson building
GAVEN O. DYOTT. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Evenings by appointment
Suite 3, Kem Bldg., Cottage Grove.
Entrance on north Sixth street, just
DR W. E. LEBOW
Office Fifth and Maia. Hours. 8:3C
to 12 and 1 to 6:30. Evening« and
Sunday« by anpointmcnt. Phones:
office 35, residence 161-J,
DR H. A HAGEN
Lieenaed Dregless Physician
Phone 30. Ostrander Building,
83<1>4 Main Street, Cottage Grove
D. A. FORBES. M D.
Physician and Surgeon
Calls answered day or night
Dr. Kime’s old office.
Offiee 34, Residence 199-J.______
H. J SHINN
Attorney at law and
Practices in all courts Thirty years
of experience. Bader building. Cot-
Ingr Gmvc. Oregon.
It—rid your iy*<«m of Catarrh or Deaf-
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