Cottage Grove sentinel and Cottage Grove leader. (Cottage Grove, Oregon) 1915-1921, May 17, 1918, ELECTION SPECIAL, Image 1

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COTTAGE G f IS
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IN DRIVE
CotluRtt Grove'» Subacription to
Third Liberty Loan Homi»
I« $92,300
( ’ • Minty (loa* Ovri Quota ti y Fifty rr,
Gaul, O o H uk » drove, C o I muk .
Ciaiiwrll Aiuti H or ru te Arn
HiKK^'t Contributor h
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LEADER
l ’OT TAUK MUOVI;, L A N E r o l ’XTY. O KK U o X, I U ID A Y , M A Y 17, 1 91 «
(r COTTAOK OROVK
YOUTH
AND MAID EACH BELL
OOW TO BUY A BOND
Coltug«» ( trovi* lui* tivo yoimj
|»t'0|ili* u lio Im i r *«•! un i* a ti in |»li*
Ili
|»'l 1 1 mi IM in timi in n ri v olil«*r
"in » ungili fin uhi ti». Tli.‘ t u o un*
I I m i i ii » »• Mi Furiami inni .1 olili
\ • 0 N »ir t n ir k , hot li o f il II olii *n|«i
»1 «'Oli lo ohtllill IIIOIH'V nitli
ttlio li t o IniV ti l ih f lt l homi
ELEC TIO N
S P EC IA L
W ithycom be and McNary
‘ Are T w o of the Nominees
At I ii . in. tin* mummition o f Withy
romhr for gov ITIIOI hy lU.IKHJ, uml ot
M»Nnry for III«* I 'nil«*«i Ht sit«** ni*fiate
hy Ifi.nnn un* i'OiM'Cih’il hy Cortluiul
|»n |*«*r n. At t Ii h t rim«* flu* noni mut ion of
Cien*!* for goveruoi on tin* ili*iii(M*ruti«*
lli'ket rt<*eini*f| rerttiill.
ly Hill • irry thin eounty for joint »en*
vítor hy u iiuijority o f 'ihn. ulthough Kl
herr Heile im tuttin g «Ion n that inu jnrity
u*« th» voté 1 ‘I iiiii ‘ m in from the olitili«)«*
»»rei'iii i* tu.
Ketfuiion, »n p. ui. Klhert Meiie hü*
•V* out »it 7i» voti*» mo fur romite«» on
th«* j«iiiit ne ri ut orni! in.
NUMBER :<4
OEOROE SALTON AGAIN
FIRST GROWER IN WITH
FULL OROWN LETTUCE
Uoorgo Kulton i», an muul, one
o f the firat, if not the fimt, to
have full grown lettuce tin* Men-
eon, ami Georg«* <lo«*xn 't inik any-
«me to take hi« w o r j for it. He
<Je»jo*ite<| u couple o f fin«* broking
befi«N vit The Meritim | o f f ic e Tue«
«Jii v.
Bede for Joint Senator I» Also a
Favorite With Cottage
¿ i
Grove Voter»
CHAMBERS AGAIN
SECOND
RED
CROSS
Behind, but in Race
LOSES MILE BY ¿ Pitcher
DRIVE SURFS
Bede and Bell Nip and Tuck
LIAMES
Alhiiny, I a. tu.
.1 M. Mi ll up pu rent
PITCHER CARRIES
EVERYTHING IN
HOME CITY
Local
Voters
Favor
W lt hycom be
for
Governor, M cN ary for U. ft. Sen
ator, H o f f and Miss Ward
for
Treasurers.
(Coat I a ue<l from Inni week
Cottage Grove stood by its home can­
City Hut»* i lpt 1 on*
In fio* Ni*uutorNhi|i contcNta, that he tiirna t ii)in over the county and inclu«!
didates nobly. Hitcher walked away
D ir ! tif f I II It III ì ' im II m v $5(!; | u
twien Jone* uml Foater uml Mede timi mg Kugene gave Fr«*«l Htu kelN a strong
with everything for the shrievalty. O f
In NN ( urini, ♦loti; Mt* .I I* I Hrrin,
Meli m no clone that fit Li oVJock The lend over l'it«*her for the nomination
¿ltd votes cast on that o f f i c e he got
♦ ÓU, I.. H Hill, ♦ ¿ÒO; Align*! Ht'iliiuli, Wildwood Plant Follow» Latham l.ug» ne K 1 ** t •• r wnn unuhle to forecanf l«»r n 1»•*i iff Hitcher in <*oniing in strong
K. K. Mill» la Manager, and All ¿•*7, leaving only for*Mtickels. O f
f'f»U ; Mi**» (i«M»rgiu Kilntr \ , f Til I, Mi nini
(Ili* reniilt. Meli n u»» ut that tifile |eud hi the ««unilrv precinctrt and there in «
Plant in Leva Than One
j votes east for the joint senators»)ip,
poimihiliti
that
he
may
overcome
the
District Captain» Have
Mi*» ( hmijji 1 \\ l\iii, f i n o , I, I \l•
ing hy nhout òn i *»!• **, wifh inani comi
Year » Time
Bede g«>t ¿lti an«j Bell t>|. M cNary re-
KlIIIU'V, $5»»; Il I (lukt'N
Wr»
try |»r«*«inet*« to lo* brani fruni. The Mtrovig Kugi'iie vote f«»r I un opponent
Been Named
' ceived a substantial lead for the L\ H.
For hi ein hern o f
the
Icgiaiature,
I» l Sill tili II lol non, f loo, .1 « » Il II \\ r.i \
vonteit lietween M«*«le ami Meli in thè
senate, \Vitbycom»>e outdistanced the
lor, $:ioO;
|{. M \ «‘uti li, fòli; .1 ».
city «*f Kugem* m ti in neh cloarr tban Wheeler. M» un and Graham are leading,
field for governor, Miss Ward got more
J II Chamber* Now Han Two Bets of wiìm untieiput**«J uml tlu* «diowuig rnud«* and Fullerton amt Futon are bringing
Voting. tr»n
Quirta i m 20 a Pro«p«ct for National votes for treasurer than all her op p o­
Mulo Stn-i'i () M Multivi in, #ón.
Dock * au«t lin.ntM! Worth of
hy thè Cottage d r o v e umn vun» u aur up the rear.
Work and $2 60 a Prospect for
nents, and H o f f walked away from the
hiu*
»*f
the
*
4
Jrpri*»e*
in
the
Cottage
Mu nk o f Cot tug«» tirili» , «.'»oo, i \
,r
pnm* to eiei» filiniv o f hi»* friendi*. Thr
Log* With No Mill to
bunch for state treasurer. Cok e was
d r o v e vote wuh th«* fact that Fullerton,
Local Work. Makin g Gnand
Irli, f i n n ; II h r»M»p«*r, $04»; Mutt
reporta
from
country
«liatriet*
are
fa
Saw Them.
the favorite for the supreme bench. The
t <*o|ii*r, $ò(l, < titillili' I. »rimi, fin ii;
vorable to thè Cottage d r o v e rullili almoNt unknown here, lead« the legiNla
Total o f »4.150.
tabulated vote from the fiv e Cottage
five ticket.
Mm Kitty Grilli»» $ÓO; \llir lC«»l»iii*»»n.
ditte.
Grove precincts is as follows:
G. B Hitcher ran 1 ik•* a house afire
fT»o, \\ \ fron lir nig«*, fr»n, ,1 »■, T h « u
The Cottage O rin e vote wn** unuHual
l ’or thè *«*«•«» tu I lune w itimi le»* fiumi ly light. The conf«*Nt for thè joint *en in all hip home territory. On«* pre«-inct
brolg i. fòt»; K »to It \ »‘liti li, f i n n ; I*. « I
Republican Ticket.
Arrangements are complete for the
gur \ Willnoii, $50; M » ii ti ir \Yi|t»*i u i e» r thè .1. Il < Tiumher* «:t m minili ! atorahip in no elom* that there in a proti- gave him » very vote, an <ii«l itlno Latham
opening
o
f
the
Kcd
Cross
drive
Mon
U. 8. .Senator—
1113 ¡ 3 , 4 ó
v ó u . i il I ••{•««»ii * ' o o , II i r ti ti i tiriggn, wn» «|t*Ml royetl |»y fife eurlv HllluluV ahilify that thè Cottwg«* Grove man in a y and Milk Creek.
im.rniiig rimi in neitlier «un«* m ther<* un I»«* «Irfeated through thè light vote af
Mi mi Kdnn Ward has j Nat'e len«l for «lay, in which .*LJ5o will he raist*d for M cN a ry .......................... ■ilt 2ti 5b 1U 24 , 158
f'¿(HI
the national campaign and ♦.*500» for the Stan field........................ |2x 2* 30j 13; lOjlob
D l*lru! • I II ii r nt oil uiol I. It llmik. « * m ) » I ii ti :t t ioti o f thè origin o f thè flutti«*!!. | bollir, :ilfh«»ugh tu* got itliat wan cast the county tr«*a«ur<*rNhip.
work «>f the local branch, the total be­
Mi. Clitiinher« hml heen «»»»eruting tii m ) uliuoNt aolid.
fónti, \ ml I ««ii Mitili»!, ftlHI; lim i M» ti
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C«mi »11 ConiiniNHioner Harlow ha« ing l**«s than Cottage Grove was asked Governor—
WihliiMM«»
unii,
ultirli
lini
heen
olle,,
Anderson....................... ,—« { « 1 » 0, Il 30
gor. fòli.
vN M Fina«*v, fòli; l.oiil»
Nt '2 «»'clock la*t night incomplete re heen renominated without «juention.
to raise f«ir the national work last year. H arlev.............................
i i f t ì « ‘ a , f i n n ; .1 II M» Furiami, fiftMi; •ilice ilo* «l«*t»truction o f hi* nuli bere.
1 *1 2 I 1, 0, 1| 8
Karl K. Mills has heen appointed to
The !«»•• utiM »trofiahly $00. immi u i t b j
15 10 0 2| «1 42
M» um! M ia i firn* iVrry, flott; li ,»
.1 j
have charge o f the campaign and he O lcott................... ........... 1*5 9 17
Minnli, $100; J«»bli W Neutri». $òoo. \|r I ‘ •••«nume o f «m!> $5000.
, 2 4, «
has taken th«* districts as they were laid »Simpxou.......................... i l l 15 111 9
nini \|r* Ckarlea NYilkin*. $50
M»»*t • *f tke « in|»loyeM o f thè nuli citine
« 1 52
out
for
the
liberty
loan
drive
and
ap­
W it hycom be.................. 2*5 25 50 14 19,134
D»*tri«*t ò
Mi ami Mi» «reorge \n ,M*r«* Mutunlny night miri tlu* luui!*er
point«*«! teams for each district. In the State Treasurer—
«lri«on( $ÒO; M» limi Mi« llurri Cui ! '*••» k»« n erem ily »UU*J h y heroir efforta
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districts where there are auxiliaries the Adams.............................
t r i, $ Io(i, John tiruher. $'¿( 10 ; <Hittfrn*«i ••■» *!*•• jitirt of fnriner»« o f NurroiimMug
. » 3 I 2 ! 01 1 7
chairmen
o
f
the
auxiliaries
are
the
cap
Cusiek.............................. 15 12|lt>| 1 9j 53
(irulnr. \ t. Ilnmloth. ♦ |(M»; <«e«>
« ‘ »mitri, fife tightilig fluilltien heing Dcath Call« Thursday Morning. Funeral 111 « Address Here Is Described as
tains and in other districts the teams
Fahne of Falsehood and a
<» Klluwle«, ♦UHI. Mike Kihelhei k ' »»i«ag»*r f«»r no largì* u fin-
I m Held Today. Rev Joseph
will be practically the same as in the Flummer......................... 4 ' 1 2
Mr ( ‘ li uni Itera non I« un lmiiht*r dock«
♦ ¿(Ml; \\ \\ ( )gh*MÌiY , f ò l i ; K ut i M
Knotts O fficiating
Weak Defense
o 5 1 12
liberty loan drive.
ut
h«'th
«'«itfugc
d
r
o
v
e
und
WildwoiMl.
K van................................ 11 14 11, 8 1 5 49
Wood», $:»h
In a page advertisement in this issue W est.................................
hiNtrirt h W (
\ ppleu bit** ♦ loo, without n mill nt either pince. Ht* I iun
1 5 40
th«* local branch gives a complete Supreme Ju«Jge—
TI
uuuun
W.
Del.oug,
for
year»
une
o
f
Tknt
tlu-
speech
«leliv
ereil
here
by
u
h»
oit
f
I
II.
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tif
logN
lit
thè
potili
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• »
Meid
Mrs i
1
statement of rec»*ipts ami expenditures, Coke.................................
18 20 1*59
1er, $.'»«*. «» « Mi
k«»u, ♦Ò4» Fr a in es Ut W I Id w imm I with tut mill to n : i w them the »miNt active a lui rewpectlHl eitifetlNj Mien Kat««n hun a fabric *»t falsehoods
M.uf tv. ♦!<«». ChuflcN (li W ,|d, ♦Jòh; und lie hml »»nil n fen day* hefore the ut Cottage t»r«ne and heloved hy a large and :» weak defense o f his patriotism, which will be interesting reading to Johns............. ................. »I 1 . 0 , 0 4! o
pirel« «»I t n«*n«ÌN, «lt«*«l ut 1 «» * lock \ that he was entirely lacking in loyalty those who have contributed to the local K elly............................... 24 11 21 5
Ö7
Joncph \\ futili, fòli; I «»reti/ I* uml ! » r «* h««ugltt n N«*eti«»ti «»t 11 in her tnhu
t^is connection it should be* Lane Co.
Ho. Senator—
fTt r i to th«* nuli. Ile hiiN nuitle no «lef Thursday morning, after u lingering ill and a repreh«»nsible character in many * o r ^;
Alo«* li tir r ingtoii, ♦óh. I nuuc M lite
ie y, 4.»o Mi» .leu eli, ♦l«M». I* f K nm tinte plan* un in future activitien. hut news. I p until two days before his other wuvn , h iu tin* burden of tin* ad* mentioned that money raised for coni'
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lo* 11 n , ♦Imi; Mi nnd Mr* Huke Knos, h»* nu v n tin* ffrNt thing tu* will «I«) will «tenth he was able t<* read tin* new spa «Ire ss e s « l e l iv e r e d h e r e W i u J n e s d a y e v e ­ tort kits and for the company fund of J o n e s . ............................. ¡33 2t> 40 12 io 127
n
i
n
g
nt
the
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t
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K
a
t
o
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m
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t
i
n
g
c
o
n
d
u
c
t
|>»*rs
and
ke«*p
p«»Nte»l
un
current
events,
♦ Imi; Kil/uheth H «ohile. ♦KM»; M r he tu ni * 11 what liiiuher lie I iun on littml
Joint Senator—
i
Bede................................. 53 41 78 10 2s 21»;
»mi Mr» Mirri l( ile I m i , « io, M ìnn N iki a ml N»-»* it he I iun anything left with in w h o ' l l h e t o o k u «leep in t e r e s t . T h e . «*«1 at t h e \r «a «h * theat«*r b y J. S . W o r k
f u n e r a l w a s ln*l«l at 1 o ' c l o c k t h i s a f t e r 1 m a n .
M rs.
M artha
W atson and
Hr. money raised for com fort kits was f o r ­ Bell................................... 0 13 1 *5,11 ; * tw
I»» ohiirg, ♦ÓU; t il \ ni»Ih-nhiirg, fòh W l i t « i l t»» «II» h U N | | M * N N .
warded to S iith company for its com Representative—
W a l l e r , a l l ot Kug«*tn*.
The KichurdNon hmhling at Leoni«, «•«• i m m i i i f r o m tin* M «*t hoiii «t c h u r c h , R e v . ' o l i i « *
Itutriet 7 Mr timi M in J M IturiiN,
•
T h e s p e a k e r * w e n t o v e r in d e t a i l all puny fund.
♦ '»uu. Mi ami M in
Mhert Murrini n , iiipied hy u Ntnre ami «lune«* hull, wun J o s e p h K n o t t s o f f i c i a t i n g . T i n * f l o r a l
Bea n................................. 27130132
15,111
The
captains
o
f
the
districts
for the Eaton............................... 15 12 22 ‘ 10 09
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d«-Nti»»yed
hy
fire
Mutui:«v
morning.
$ ò o ; W II (nlliert, ♦òh; Murici liium«.
3
pub lished
in
the
n e w s p a p e r s . drive next wiH*k are as follows:
Fullerton........................ 2-4(22 43 14 17 120
♦ ò o , \N . «'. JoliiiNon, *.*»«(; <ieorge Me Th«* lutge pinnt of flu* l.cMitn Mills l.uni a l tendati«'«* i n d i c a t e d t h e f e e l i n g t h e ' be e n
City.
I people o f Cottage Grove hebt tow uni- claimed that in* had had ample oppor
Graham......................... .. 20 22 30,14 13 105
Qii«*eu, ♦ÒO; Mi ami Mr«. Murk**hmy, her eitiiipuny wun n*it erniangered
) —J. P. Currin: 3— \V. J. W h ite; .1— Roberts............................ 24 19 35 15 17 110
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depart«*«! friend.
! tnnitv to defend himself and declare
♦ '¿Oh; W II « >»*t rtmder, ♦lini; Mi nnd
Tin* «Me ChrÌNteiiN«*n I ioun «* at the La * their
II. J. Shinn: 4— 1.; I.. Harrel; 5— (ieo. Wheeler.......................... 27 20 39 14 12 112
'Miomas Westou HeLong wai$ horn In himself in «*rror in attending the meet
M in . .1 ; m M i I n I iv , fòi»; Muhel M|»ri«y, t h u m tie p l a n t w a s d e s t r o y e i l M u m l a y
a f t e r n o o n hv f l a m e s o r i g i n a t i n g f r o m
In d ia n a Feb ruary
I ¿, I M i l .
I n e a r l y mg of the p eop le’» peace council in Chi- O. Knowles; 6— C. A. Bnrtell; 7— Elbert S h eriff—
$ òo ; Iteri Tru.«k, ♦ loti.
1
Bede; s— John Silsby; p— Alfa King; Ditcher............................ 71 59 9ti 20|35 287
H i s engu, and that he hml not done so.
D in t r ie l
( *u » ru* H en v e r, fòli; .1«« t h e «'i p l o N i o t i o f a g a s o l i n e s t o v e M r * | i'lii ld h o o « ! In* tno\i*«l to N e b r u s k a .
ff
Mr*. Wat sou nnd Mrs. Waller are I"— J. A. Wrig ht; 11— <>. O. Venteh: Stickels........................... 0| I
C | ir i* t « 'n * « m i v a * «put«* s e v e r e l y , h u t not g r e a t e s t a m b i t i o n n a s f «»r a n «*<lucation,
*«'|»ll Mt U lu t u lu i r u t i l i l i . $Ò5(»; NY F«*»
1 2
^u*«»li, $01!; M r. a n d M m . D
d a n g e r o i i s l y . bu r n e tl.
which he secured ululer great diffi«*ult members «if flu* commit tee o f soldie rs’ 13— Chas. Adams; 11— S. L. M arkin; Countv Treasurer—
II
lit u i
1
• il u it 1 , ♦!•»(», K o M -o e 11 «Min-?« ii u\ . 4 ò>! ;
»es, giutluating from Tabor college and mothers who signed a statement some 14— J. K. Godard; 15-—K. A. (iaretson; Keenev............................ " * 1*5 » » 48
Mi
it lu i M i*
fr»»m the (»birliu theological seminary. mouths ag«i denouncing Futon.
R o t ie r t Il u ri in i, ♦•)<», M r*
29
M cM urphev................... luj 5
FIRST SAWMILL TO
« 4 4 in
Country.
M. M King, ♦ 0((; \. II. King, ♦òli; J
Hi* tir*t charge wa* tlu* Congregational
-
START DOUBLE SHIFT « hur« It at Buena Vista, Colo. From C«d«>
London — Mrs. Winnie Banton; Blue Myers............................... ti 14; 13 0 * 4 37
I Sp ray, fòt); M |{«»y and J. T. Smith,
EVEN CABBAGE PLANTS
___ JL
♦ *o. H. M it ml *•«•! trini»* 'Mask, ♦!!!<».
rad«» he went t*» Fredericksburg, Ohio, I
W ard................................ • _ ' 54 8 Id !149
T h e I'btrl I s h i u n e l p o n y m ill , w h i c h is
UNSHEATHING SWORD Ce
Histriet M> Gru« e L Ml:n kwell, ♦òtH);
where h«* married Miss Helen M«-C«»y.
Commissioner—
1
g e t t in g out h t u lg e t im b e r s n n d hridg«'
Franeis A. ami Caroline M Clow, ♦•ÒO;
Harlow............................ 30 23 39 9 19 120
TI ihjt mm «‘<1 to Ainxwort h. Nob., w h erfj
K\«*n I hi* votte»»bl«*n arc Kitting rrmljr
p l a n k * l«»i th e S o u t h e r n I' t i e i f i e , i s n o w
C NN Ciihlinll, ♦•’»It; Olivia W Fakm,
In- «.mi pimtor o f tin- Congregutioiml tl>r ,h,. kiti^.-r. Mr». K. ('. Arm- lia» Holstrom; Saginaw— Mrs W. A. Cor H olcom b.......................... 10 8,17 3 5 43
r u n n i n g a d o u b l e s h i f t , t h e f i r s t m i l l in
nutt; l>iv ide— Mrs. E. I„ M» Kevnolds: Wise................................. 23 20 2*5 12 4 85
tòno; Herbert Fakm, ♦òtM»; NN L Fui
fhiirrb
for
yi-nm, thou movcil to |,r,„|K|lt t „ th.- <• i t y a freak cabbage
t h i * s e c t i o n t «• a d o p t t h i s sehetlill«*. S i x
Mount View— Mrs. F. J. Helliwell; Ru-
no r, ♦ '.«Mi; I (' Fiirmt*r, ♦ÒO; J h‘ lien
which hail been allowed to go to
t ee n m e n a r e e m p l o y e d in t h e t w o s h i f t * San Miguel. Calif., relum in g tut» year* i
Democratic Ticket.
ja du— Mrs. E. S. Hobleruian ; Wildwood
♦ l i n k - . v'HMI; Claud«' K «' I I I , jfllMl; l\»'tl
later
to
Ainaworth,
where
Mr.
Del.ong
The
main
stalk
o
f
the
plant
grew
a n d M r . I s l u u a e l s n v s h e li ns e x p e r t
— Thelma Hunt; Silk Creek— Mrs. E. U. S. Senator—
«V Mi | n »» v , tòt»; Margaret Leu ni, ifò0;
look
up
farming
and
afterwarda
nerved
|
jn,
„
:l
flat
sword
about
two
feet
in
1 , 2 3 4
f l u t ' d n o t r o u b l e in g e t t i n g h e l p f m t n
J •- Matlieus, fòtMi; Chari«** Matthew*,
two term* ns county treasurer o f Hrown |,.llKth and abtiul tw o incile» in width, M. B a b c o ck ; Urrane— (N ot selected); K i n « ................................. » 3 4 1 3 20
ill«* n e i g h b o r h o o d ot t h e m il l.
♦ ÒtH»; .1 C. Hotter, ♦HHi, A. M Howell,
county. The family arrived in Cottage \|,v Arne reported that sh ^ had never Latham — Mrs. Hugh Trunnei; Black West................................. 11 4,12 8 3 38
Butte— E. B. Crane: How River— Mrs. Governor—
t i n o , L. ( Kulstoii, jpò(> ; N C. Mpiiggs,
tirin
e in March, IM10. Though never o f I before seen
cabbage plant grow
E L D E R J M A R K CO M ER A N D
J. S. Magladry.
♦ liMi; Helen M. Milshy,
Roy F.
Pieree............................... 1»! 3,10 3 1 33
F A M I L Y R E T U R N FROM IN D IA a robust consti tilt ioli, Mr. Del.oiig was that form.
The apportionment for the several Starlfweather................ 3 3 3
Short, fónti; It M ami \tign* Mweng«*l,
5 20
netivo in lhe conduci o f Ina little ranch
districts is $1.30 a prospect f o r the na- S h e r iff—
♦ ¿<(0; Marvin Sm ette, fL’tM»; Mrs Stan
J. M a r k C o m e r a n d f a m i l y r e t u r n ? « ! and in thè affuir s o f thè ehureh and WILD STRAWBERRIES
; tional drive and »2.00 a prospect for the Croner.............................. 7 1 3 o 1 14
ley Triinntd, fòn; Sarah 1{. Woods, fòli.
N V e d i i r s d i i y t m m I m l i a , w h e r e t h e y h a u community. As a member o f thè grange
BEGINNING TO RIPEN local work. The apportionment in round Elkins.............................. 10| «5 10
James N. Wright, $¿00; G II. Young.
3 34
he
was
otte
o
f
thè
moving
spirita
in
thè
* p r n t s e v e n y e a r s in n n * * i « * n a r y w o r k .
5
numbers for the several districts is a>
■
organirntion o f thè eannery, o f whieh
K h l e r C o i n e r w i l l s p e a k at t h « » - S e v e n t h
Wild strawlierries are already begin
Complete reports from Brumbaugh,
follows:
Histriet l J
‘
H C. Mauglnnan, f i n d ;
he was eleeti'il a director.
day
\ d v t * n t i* l chuceli o n W e st
M a in
ning to ripen on the hillsides about the
Iwiraue and Saginaw combined are as
(Jity.
(ieorge L. ('urlile, fòt»; Nelson Hiirlitim,
Surviv
in
g
relatives
are
thè
w
ife
ann
s tr e e t at .'t p. in. » S a t u r d a y .
»in
Krank MeFarlaml, while lo okin g!
No,
local
N ’t ’1 follow s:
♦ ¿òd;
Margin«*! Grove, fòt»; Min risoti
if-'ò
t
thè follow in g ehiblren: Donald, w In» is up some cattle a few days ago, had his
McN ary 48. Stanfield 31.
l ’ rspcts quota quota
fòO; It. NN. Glass, flOII; \.
J l ( Godard,
(
a member of Nintli company, Columbia, attention attrnetial bv some bright rial ,
o*>
Moser 14. Olcott 18, Simpson 16,
Csed ears t an he bought o f Woodson
Distrist N.v 1__
«6?
r * s. . »off, fitti»; J C Henry, # 100; Mr.
#27
Kort Stevens; Mrs. Gerald Woods, o f , , | , „ „ the ground, whieh proved to !
o
W it hycombe 25, Anderson 1, Harley 1.
__ 39
101
ami Mrs. Sani Ma« km, f I0(‘ ; John Miur, Mrothcrs with small payment down.
47
Portia ad, and Kuth. o f this city. T h e re !,,,. fuUv ri|,
t.erri.'s o f large District No.
H o f f 29. Plummer 7, Ryan 20, West
lti
District No. 3... . 14
fòt»; Mr and Mi*. A. \ K uhiiiond,
17
is one grandchild, Weston Woods,
11. Adams 2. Cusiek ti.
ff)(»; \ If red Lent, f5(); J. J. Grout, foO;
District No. 4.... ___ 32
S3
40
11 Ml
Foster 38, Jones 39.
District No. 5
__ 36
93
District FI (ieorge F. Ganniti«*, fòt); Harry Gannan, fTit!; Lawrence Funk,
45
M
LITTLE TADS FLY FLAG;
Bede 54. Bell 24.
District No. 0 ...
57
27
J II M<- Fa ria ml, fòli; II A. Miller, fr»ti; R. II. Giiriiian, Jr., ff»ii; Tom Funk, IS RUN OVER TWICE;
Fullerton 25, Graham 27. Roberts 30,
ONCE BY HIS OWN CAR
OBSERVE REGULATIONS District No. i .... __ 19
49
flott; Mr. and Mrs. Karl K. Mills, f l ò O ; f öl»; John Lee, $50; Chus. H. Shirey, f.r»(!; I
24
Wheeler 44. Bean 14, Eaton 22.
Vug. I.abseh, f I (Nil!; J. NV. Melius, $50;
District No. 8...
22
57
Henry Rohde, f lò O ; Archie N. Thoni|>
27
The Eugene Register reports the try­
Pitcher 74. Stickels 7.
John L. Mray, ftlOO; Furl B. ('rnne,
.16
son, fòOO; \'. I). White, finn.
District No. 9.... __ 14
17
Munroe 2, Myers 8. Ward 48, Keeney
138
District No. M l . . . 52
Tin* remainder o f tin* city list will $500; Mrs. Karl M. Crime, $400; Marga­ ing experiences o f Jasper Patten, of
62
11, McMurphey 6.
this city, who was twice run uvei b y j a real patriotic spirit. Both o f the boys District No. 11...
ret Crane, $¿00.
88
M
4.1
lie published next week.
Wise 25. Harlow 41, Holcomb 10.
Claud Helirnck, one o f the L«>rtine automobiles during a recent trip to Eu have sharks and every morning Old District No. IS ..... 35
91
The follow in g errors were nitide in the
44
West 11, King 3.
committeemen, has sent the followin g gene, one o f these times having been Glory is flown to the winds and at ann District No. 13... .
12
.11
15
list o f names publish«'«! last week:
Starkweather 5. Pierce 10.
down is taken down.
Districts 15-16.... ..... 5«i
140
70
In the Latham list the Niihs«*ription ¿-ot irrte«! list from there, errors hav ing bv his own ear.
While he was stopping at Goshen to observing the
Elkins 10, Croner 1,-
60
District No. 17... ..... 24
o f F. M. VnnNortwick for flòO should been inmle in the ropy furnish The Sen­
30
Reports were not received from any
Country Districts.
have been fòt! for Mr. VnnNortwick, tinel last week by the executive c o m ­ take on gas, another ear ran into hlin. than many o f their elders, who leave
O J •{
In Eugene his motor stopped. He got the flag flv day and night.
other o f the outlyin g precincts.
Saginaw ........... ........ M2
fòt» for Mrs. YnnNortwiek ami fòt! for mittee :
103
Lora tie ()«l«l Fellows bulge, $100; NV. out and cranked it. forgettin g to take It j
100
John VnnNortwick.
Lora ne ............. ........ 85
Row River .....
160
In the Dividi1 list the siihs«-ription o f S. A. Ftlb'fsen, $50; Lillie A. Crowe, out o f gear, and the ear ran over its |
M
at
HAWLEY WRITES ABOUT
161
Blue Mountain ........H2
75
F. A. I.i mist mm should have been f'ttM! $.50; C. (\ Davis, $100; Claml Sclirark, ow ner, being stopped by a spectator o f j
PRICES OF SUBSTITUTES
— the price o f success is eternal
performance.
Mr.
Patten
got I
instenti o f fòO.
$50; Martin Foster, $50; Mrs. (\ M. the
70
146
Hebron ............. ____ 50
publicity.
through
both
accidents
without
any
srr
!
Foster, $50; Antella II. Atblison, $.50;
In The Cellars district, the subscrip
153
74
Congressman Hawley wrrites in reply
tuoi credited lo C. K. Ashby ami II. D. F. S. Atblison, $50; B. C. Atblison, $50; ions injuries,
London ............. ........ (18
177
S5
to a query from The Sentinel that he
- publicity in any form is good
Whit lurk should have been crediteli to ('. L. Frost, $50; Geo. Cowan, $50; Geo.
127
Kujndn ............. ........ 49
01
has taken up with the food administra­
for your business
Meekingham, $50; Surah J. Crow, $.50; H O M E ECONOMICS CLUB
Mr. Ashby; the subscript ion o f fòt! cretl
133
....... 51
Mount View
04
tion the high prices for wheat substi­
iteti to \rabt*lla D o m a n i shoiiltl have NN II Davis, $50; Arthur Kelly, $.50;
TO D ISC USS S U B S T IT U T E S
— but the best o f all is displayed
00
Lnthnin ............. ...... 48
125
tutes. He says that he believes it w ith ­
been «reilited to NN’. F. D o m a n i, aliti Flmer l(. Crtiwe, $50; A If. Miirnett, $.50;
every day in the columns of the
Divide ..............
99
47
in the power o f the food administration
uewspapers o f the country.
the followin g were omitted entirely; R:il|ih l.yneb, $.50; Fthel Lynch, $.50;
The Home Economies eluli will meet |
The Cedars ..... ........ 35
91
44
to regulate these prices i f it will un­
Lnvicy Hamilton, fòO; Filwin Skillings, NY. II. Lackey, $50; Clinton Medley, Thursday, May 2.1, at the Red Cross!
Silk Creek ...... ........ 35
91
44
dertake to do so.
— it reaches more people, carries
fòt!; Sain Newcomb, fòt», ami Susie $.50; NY. C. Ivins, $.50; O. F. Crowe, $.50; rooms. Mrs. K. K. Mills will lend the
8M
Wildwood
a i
42
George Lea. o f this eity. says he has
greater weight and remains
Niva Davis, $.50; Garfield G. Crow, $.50; meeting nnd ‘ •Substitutes and How to
Hrt
Camp, fòt».
Blnek Hutte .... ....... .13
41
enten no wheat bread for si» months
longet in the memory o f those
Hltiek Multe was omitted from tI m * list F. F. Far man, $100; Medn He brack, $.50; Use T h e m ” will he the subject for
All members o f eity teams
and will agree to eat substitutes en ­
reading it.
o f eoiintry districts last week through Get». Furman, $.50; Herl \V. Hays, $.50; discussion. Every woman is asked to
' at the commercial club at 0 o'clock tirely for the period o f the war if their
G. NY Sanderoon, $loti; John Kunk, $.50; bring some suggestion ns to how she
error. It is as follows;
Monday morning.
prices are within reason.
There are
— to reach your home people
Wm, Lively, fòO ; F. Geer, $50; Ar F. J. Schneider, $.50; L. Schafer, $.50; has met with success in using the sub
many who wish to do the same but who
use your home paper
manti Wynne, fòO; Lynch Currin, $50; Scott Jackson, $.50; ('has. Miller, $50; stitutes.
Eugene. Ore., May 10.— (Specia l) — for financial reasons cannot a f f o r d to
Robt. Hhillips, fòO; Floyd Churchill, Roy Castor, $.50; J. C. Skelton, $50;
With the motto ,'E v e r y b o d yHelps, ” buy the higher-priced substitutes en ­
W A T C H YOUR L A B E L . Save 35c.
$50; F. J. Watkins, fòO; J. Ii. Brown, Mary Howell, $50.
(Continued on last page!
tirely.
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T. W. DeLONG WAS ACTIVE EATON IS CASTIGATED BY
EUGENE WOMEN
BELOVED CITIZEN
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