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About Cottage Grove sentinel and Cottage Grove leader. (Cottage Grove, Oregon) 1915-1921 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 30, 1921)
would have appreciated them most
shall blithesomoly lift their faces to
towards the sc in tilla tin g rays of tin*
I noonday sun from the mound which
A Weekly New apupar With Plenty ¡s h a ll mark the spot where we have
I boon laid
of Hack bene.
i W ith oui •!. t . • \ dune* uud joyn
Elbert Bode an d Libert Smith 1 ublisher* crowding as along tin- pathway of life,
New Yenr Greetings
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A first class publication eatereil a t Cot ,mi 'hould i ' . w. » m in e t a l k under
tage Grove, tiro., a s second class matter
-------- 1 has uved in- l u r . who has seen the
Business Office...........—...412 East Main wonders o?
century. who 1
. >*u his
I children grow td manhood a n d sown of
I them fade a w a y , who lias seen his
Two pairs coniliincd
One y e n r ----- #2.25 | Throe mouths---- 65c ; grandchildren grow to m a tu rity and
1.15 | Single copy____ 6c
some of them too pass tin* w ay he is
in oik - T ilo hum lo rn
No subscription listed for less thau 65c about to go, who has seen even great
o l s i n i w o n t s lii locals
A reduction of 25c for p aying a full grandchildren growing toward young
y e a r lu advan ce
manhood and womanhood.
Only a few days b* fore the tin a l dis
solution, with mind yet clear, he told
Nationul E d ito rial Association
that he did not see w hy he kept
l Z A
Oregon S ta te Edit ormi Association
flu tte rin g around, that he was ready
Oregon Newspaper Conference
mown l AMCTIE ST CUGINE OUt
to join those who had been the p la y
Laue County Publishers ' Association mates of lus childhood, those who had
been his sisters and brothers, those
FUI DAY, DECEMBER .10, 1921
who had been lus associates in his ntn
turer years, tin* one who had been his
life eonipnnion for 65 years. On the
SPANNING A CENTURY.
the ; mg him unless their friendship for lus
brink of *I 'tcrnity he discussed
! candidacy had previously been strong.
\ foible- of poor
A f»‘w days ago then' passed one of
it was current talk that Adjutant
our friends whose life h ad spanned
General White had given up serious
nearly a century, lu his lifetime tho
We kiu»w of no greater jo y to look . oiisidcration of being an a c tiv e candi
wo rlil hail I >een made over many times
i «lat» ami tin* - um kind of talk pie
am i he had lived to see great man forward than to a hope to live as did I vailed in regard to tin* candidacy of
driven, w hirling spec»* birds of the a ir Puele Burnt*. to run our nice, to roach Mayor
aii^ht >:ifely and unmolested where at nil age where our going could be thought a formidable candidate. It i
the time ot his robust young manhood looked forward to with elear mind ami ¡understood that circumstances have re
ox teams came to tin* end of the hopeful an tieipation of g re a te r jo y in cent ly arisen which make his canili
w e a n h alf-y ea r trek across the plains the realms beyond tin* ski»*- where, we ¡•lacy p ra c tic a lly an impro bability.
a u d where even tin* presene** of man are taught to believe, there a re no
Sen ator Charles Hall, one of tin*
was disputed by Indians, eougars. ami separations, no sorrows and many joys. (most prominent l\ meat munti from out
laide tilt* th ickly settled sections of tin*
Sixty-eight year* ago he arrived
statt*, informed many before Ins ret urn
somewhere in the v icin iti of where
ito M arshfield that lie had no intention
Cottage G nu. now stami*. Across the
of m aking the campaign that would be
pkiins the tr;i il had been i King one,
One of tin- most important things j n ee---ary to make his candidacy worth
the monotony broket by a romance which happened at tin* recent le g is la while.
w ith the one who later Decani«* his tive session, and little mentioned in
Senator Ike Patterson w as out* of
bride, reared hi* children, made his the press, was the discussion and elim : t ho>. who tini not hesitate to mention
home t• »r him and shared his
ination of gubernatorial possibilities. his candidacy.
lie conf idently in
and hi* joys. Little did he r.ralize what i A large number of tin legislators them ! formed his friends that tin* next gov
u -i[»an of y e a r - w a befor t* him b. ! solves hoped they wore tin* subject of • c r ú o r ’- w ife had been hi- bosom coni
fore le could *ee the dim outline of j favorable comment when they *aw ¡panim i for many, many years. U h
the longer tra il which i* e\ en mor e a little groups in anim ated conversation. work on tin* w a y s and means commit
my* tery than w as the one acro-- th«' L ig h tn in g rods wer» out everyw here, tee, p a rticularly ns senate chairman,
great mirri a plains behind th«* slow some of them eipiipped with w irele-.- has math* him a formidable political
moving ox» i. Little dol he
ap paratu s and delicately tuned reeei\ figure and a worthy opponent for any
untaci» - to be performed bv steam, by ing instruments.
one with ambitions t * » occupy the -ame j
» lin e ’ lurii
p u k e d in which t.
Others besides member- of the
seat In* has P1
flight of* y
houses also were interested. (it >rgt* scorn* * for four ; ar
s a s ta rte r
He lived long. Lie saw mu eh. »I« A. White, ad ju ta n t general of the
ili- resilience in Polk county, m such
did lus w. rk
i.'d to him that state wxi- t frequent visitor under th. dose proximity t. Marion, where (
w detuned | bi<r donie an d Gov
his voting, mah
d i --.»luti» h o the earthlv fa bei .j, ubte llv Mas coi cerned as t»» how t he two candida. ies overlap in n man
a n dida! es. Imlk of Portland voterà imi vet ut the
< •ùluli V for nomili it ion might tier regrettab le to both
T » a* who ar* ompjiratively young 1'«
-Ctl-ll >y th»* • tiling Of til. s|x* M. Fat tersoti ’s position oi the fair sanie timi* In* inaile a di tmet Inf with
ons of the was one calculât 'll to (-¡VP him many Ih ose opposta! to a direi t tax tu tu a
in ears, lif« i- weet. Th«- mournful î «*i il -« '.^Mlll
Port lami voti
street. lc gislators.
I " ■-
Li IT tO
Despite tile irrita tio n caused to meni-
Of th. coin pa mt in cly few candida
A nutuber of t*ustt*rn Oregon legista
lie. that i
.11' I her- by the fact that the;, had been • seriously meat ioned, none gained in
tot- approuched limi iliinng thè closing
called togetht*r during tin* week before j -t rengt h during the session than *li minute- ot thè session an d voluntarily
-■ i- s arc su
Christm as, the implication being that Speaker Bean, l ie got int
offered t Ilei i stipport. MMiev liave no
zest for oi
ours, in no other w a y did the chief exec» quarters where a blunder might br sect urna I candidate.
| five think in could secure early ntten ; serious, His position on the 1925
Also Mi B.rin s firn», yet kindlv,
of life M in ht* immutali
e rta in ty fd
of it mu to bus in*1-- and a sp« .-d\ adjourn
on, opposing m principle any mie o| flit* body over wlueh Ile pn*
*r‘ I nient. the-, -am.* legislators adm itted ! ineth H1 I f state fin an cing but offerm
sitled, di.1 Inni no harm.
jo y ment o
I that Ben \Y. would be a strong caitdi an incom i* tax as the most feasible an
\Y. are not, a- w. hnve -aiti, ding
too s,« ri on
I date despite the fact that he had lost fairest plan, while at the same tini« nosing th. IllCIll ituation. VV e are
that w. 1
VV| j the votes of every member of every givin g
merely .h e u -.sing tilt* di*\ eloprueiits
may be ca
• 1 t.
h*' j fam ily where S an ta Claus had been • right of wav for their legislation during the session. Mi Benn has not
h e re th e
predicted was certain of decid»*. th. It lie W Il he ii eandidate.
kept a w a y from the fa m ily on Christ which h
ers that v
vv' ■ i in:»- daw Few legislators w ill b< boost • failure, c tild not -eriouslv offend til
............ not know but
we intaglile tlmt
th.' siti riti« es and expeases of a cani
paign tre such th it In* will not an-
lioilflcc h i' candid: icy except in case
the pri SJWCI k look brighi.
it i- Ull.lej -f nuli tlmt in case M r.
Beall s n ca ndid: ite (Jeo. Kelly, of
Fortlnnd and forni« rly of Eugeni*, w ho
has be •Il somew ha p rolli ine u t ly meli
tinned. m i l HOt l»t*.
Wt* wish for nil the people «»I lliis vicinity the very
host in happiness nini prosperity, in the fullest sense of
1 lie word, for the venr Nineteen Hundred Twcntv two.
We nre mindful of I »crai patronage given lliis store
during 1 lit* venr pnst and we w isii here to thank our
pntrons nn.l to assure • each that we not only apprettate
\our business of 11t. past year hut we are now putting
fort II e very el fort 1.» warrant your eoiitiniied pal munge
in llie flit lire.
K E M
(THE MODERN' PHARMACY»
the sincere wish that the New Year, now
upon us may bring uiihoun.le.l happiness and tmi.-li
prosperity to each of von.
This being the season of
an expression of the spirit
year in partieulai for
kindness —I i kewise the
fellows! hip—I ilesirt to sa\ to \ou all how
your cooperation, as expressed
v o lli'
words, with reference to our store and its service; also
as further expressed in the patronage you have givt
ivr hear unirli ot abolish
For thousands of y e a r s preachers
or Immune reason*- but lisiv. been describing lieu veil us it
how about tin Christm as rush.
t a ii e r laud than ever appeared in a
booster booklet, with transportation
Must, i- a good thing upon which to tree and a living g uaranteed, yet all
feed the soul, but a hungry man wants I In- t temendoti.' force of boosters with
hi - stomach filled first.
ali these splendid argum en ts luive not
induced a single person to pack lip Ills
Envy uud jealousy take from you belonging uud rush o ff to this land of
th. v ita lity that would enable you to etern al happiness.
get that winch you envy.
• • •
" nllllot it I lloro Will lio III»,' “ I »«n ,|
Tile man who sedulously guards tin* Spit oil the Siilo w alk, Itomi Ilio Orili
san ctity of Ins home has more religion Ilf. II«*.* .SÌ|;|IH II» IlollVOII.
than many who regularly warm the
* • •
mourner:- ’ bench
Sonn* men w ill put up with iinuoy
an«*, from their dog more re ad ily than
Delirious love and into xicatin g love fron» their children.
must be somewhat alike.
Folk- who travel arouiitl in a circle
are not Ucce i-nrilv revolutionists.
How much wider a w a k e a fellow is
when lie w akes tip in the militile of
The l*interi »Stat.*s Circuit court of
the night of In own accorti than he is
ip!*:« 1- nt Chicago has given thè coni
niniers a 's w e e p i n g virtig-y, tuie wlueh when a w aken ed by the alarm clock.
l.et th«*ni enjoy their
lien bill of right- aliti so conduci
t l ie m s e k . • - tliat they will be deeiiicd
worthy. The workers of thè country
bave been their grentest enemy by
(HTmitting ngitiitor* to lesiti tlieni to
ice-s, tini* turni ri g vieto ry iato de
at. The worker has too hard a tino*
g e ttin g w hat is Corning to Inni wijhoiit
jH*rnntting radicai ime to lenti liim
iato tlangeroii- pati» .
i s <l<*| M-IK lt-H t to II l a i n « '
c x t o i i l 111 >o 11 p h y s i c a l Moll
The fi nan ct * of the country silwny*
liointr N o t h i n g is m o ro co n
improve undei a republican adm in istra
While we have no fault to find
d u c i vo l o trinili lioa11li t h a n
with the prosperity which was ram
tin- (-om m m p t ion ol i » I o 111 \
pant under the late lamented atlmini-
f M Inilosom o I no lili.
trution, we can not neglect the op
Misti y o n h H a p p y N o w
rtiin ity to call attention to the fact
Y o u r a n y w a y , lin t t r u s t t h a t
that democratic prosjwrity invested in
L ib erty bonds at *2 is now worth 97,
y o n w i l l lio lp to n i a k o o n r
profit of two and a halt billions to
w i s h c o m i' I m o b y u s i n e
owners of L ib e rty boriti.-.
in the past, IS APPRECIATED.
The St. Helens Mist has observed
its forty first b irth day an n ive rsa ry.
During tlmt number of y ea rs the mist
lists sit times become a little too moist,
but mostly sunshine has prevailed, so
Editor Morton would have us know
Lutheran church at
Hood L iv er has abolished tin- German
language t rom its church.
tl Ameriesmism and is not di-plnyeil
cans»* ot tin* an i istmi fervor «if war
\\ e hopc to he able to eontrihute imieli to
your happiness and prosperi!; in man; ways timing
1921! and your eontmued eonfideme in us will lielp us
to do ibis lor you, tlius we will cooperate to olir mutuai
D ecem ber 26,
The lazy man must get tired of him
A man has been sent to j a i l for
m a rry in g f if t y women. Hi* ought to
have been g iven a Curneigie medal and
sent a- m inister plenipotentiary to the
domain of the sultan.
( LAI HE .1. K KM.
Ostrander & McQueen
Eads Grocery and
For Ixstter bread use Cherro
For your health use Cherro
Hard Wheat Flour
N ii M', my dour, you must cry
Cherro stands inside our door.
< online youi hours to rest an d
No mure Wo 'll n e e d to d o l l a r s
Co. m School
To Yield 5.75%
To Yield 5.75 Vi
Port of Astoria 6s
To Yield 6%
City of Bandon 6s
Hue WOT 1*4.1
11 y o u w o u l d In* r i d i , I h * t h r i f
Have y o u r m o n e y a n d
h r i n j r il t " n s l i n s a IV k e e p i n j ; .
\ m i m a y m i s s l i i u p i ' i i i i l s , lint
j u s * a s c e r t a i n l y y m i wi l l a s
t h e d a n g e r IV p o s s i b l e
lo s se s
W e so lic it y o u r d e p o s
i t s , m i m a t t e r h o w s m a l l in
In a campaign for lower gas rates,
if would be interestin g to know what
th»- price »- in the District of Co him
• • •
Home folks whoop Vr up for money
for the heathen and w ouldn 't know
a n y t h in g about it if the stra n g er who
has moved m next door were «lying of
—Buy it of—
Lou Bender, Proprietor
H1NGS WE THINK
( R e le a -eil
is made to make the Imst bread
Klamath Co. School 6s
The Monmouth Herald prints n
ath notice im m ediately under the do
»artment head, “ Humored, ICep«*rt «*«1*
(»needed, Collected. * f Possibly some
what lite ra lly correct but a little in
Thinfci Others Th nk and Wh.it W»-
Think of the Things Other* Ihink
« 0 FLOUR
1 wisli to assure you it is our earnest desire t.o
serve voli l'aitldully and to inerii a eontiinuinee of your
Q U A L IT Y s t u r e - c o o p s e r v m
A Happy New
Store Closed All
m em ber
F E D E R A L R E SE R V E ^
SY STE M
First National Bank
1 ‘ The Old Reliable”
To Yield 6%
I »in 1*25 W.ll
To Yield 6%
City of Grants
To Yield 5.60';?
Income Tax Exempt
W in- O rders C ollect
Ralph Schneeloch Co.
B O N D S
Muiuei|«,l a ml Corporation Finalise
Lumbermen* Binliling, Portlanil, Or.