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CLUB BANQUET TONIGHT
UOVEKNOK WEST AND OTHER
OFFICIALS ARE ON PROGRAM.
By Club Tills Evening
Piunilsrt, to Be m Hiiiiuner hum
Sturt to Finish.
( o n AGI G KO VE, OKEGON. FKIOAV. SEK 1 EMBI K 29 . 1911
TEACHERS AND PARENTS MEET.
schools ami pupils will result from
such meeting* ua Unit field at the Went
Side school last Friday
when pure ni» and teachers gathered to
gether and joined with one another in
discussing a subject uf vital interest
to all Interested in school work, seems
the unanimous opinion o f those who
The subject discussed was "T h e Soc
ial Side o f School L i f e . " Prof. Inlow
handled It from tlx- viewpoint o f the
Icachcr, ItVv. Mason from the view-
|Miiut of the student ami Mra. ii. It. Job
from the view|xiiut o f the parent.
Muny original iih'aa were brought out
by the speakers. Mra. A. It. Wood,
Mra. I.eltny Woods, Mra. DcSpuin uml
A. II. King also entered into the dis
These meetings are to I m - held once a
month, llie object hclng to stimulate a
hearty co-o|MTatioii ami a heller under
standing between teachers, pupils uml
parents. This makes the third meet-
ing, two being held In Hie previous
action! year, and while it is yet loo
early to predict what the ultimate re
sult will be, thus«' who have promoted
th«’ meetings arc very much encourag*
PETRIFIED FIGS FOUND FALLS; SERIOUSLY INJURED
“ Social «fide of School Life’ * Discuss
ed from Several Viewpoints.
That much permanent good tu both
GREW IN W ILLAM ETTE.
MANY PRIZES TO CRESWELL.
COTTAGE GROVE WINNERS
Long List of Creswell Exhibitors
FE LIX CURRIN PROMINENT EX
Following is a list o f reaiderita of
SLIPS FROM ROOF OF HOUSE.
HIBITOR AT FAIR.
j Creswell and vicinity who won prizes
at the County fair.
Pci feed Specimen of Petrified Fig No Bones Broken, but Is Badly
Display o f cotton plant—W . V. Mc Display of Grasses and Grains Car
und Fig Leaf Unearthed Near
Shaken Up and Internal In
ries Off Many Valuable
Exhibit o f citrons—J. Wilachleger.
Display o f Golden Kussett apples—
'I'iie fertile W illam i'tle was formerly
A feiixt uf wit uml reason, ••'hit'll will
Internal in j tries that rnay keep him **•
A cup for the best exhibit o f grains
Hungarian prunes — F irst premium,
the lumie uf troph'iil fruit of all kinds. eonfifK'd Ui the house for a considerable
lit' second »lily In Hit' hsoqui*t pnqier,
ami grasses, a Great Northern ribbon,
hait ht't'ii |irt'|iuri'tl fur th f I'liiiiinert'iul
This theory is well Imm out hy the re length o f time were received by Pho- M' B- T honip»oi.; 2nd Jerry Cochlin.
and an award for the best display of
o f f green
prunes E’ lrst
club's " t ii'l -togeth er" banquet Uni»
cent finding o f u perfect specillimi o f a togrupher A. J. Arm strong Tuesday
grains and grasses were ail won hy
evening. liiiviTiitir Oswald W i ' h I, t'm»
p trilled fig ami a perfect impression morning. , when he slipped ami fell from Pr,ze' Norriah & Son, second pri/.e, A
Felix Currin at the l.ane County fair.
k ii 'N miiiuii II•«wlt*y, Railroad Cninmia-
o f a leaf o f the same tree. It may * the roof o f Ins house, a distance o f ten Grousbeck ; third prize, Edison Harrett.
First prize o f plate Baldwins—FI. J. He had an excellent display that at
■iniMir Campbell ami D.
well he imagined that what is now the feet to th«' ground.
tracted much attention ami did much to
W illam ette Valley was in those torrid
manager uf the promotion tlepartnii'iil
Medn ul attendance was immediately
prove that the Cottage Grove country
uf tin* Eugene (kmunertdal flu b urt'
duys Die Garden of Eden, and the leaf sumriione<i, and It was found that no
has few e«|uals in grass ami gram
some uf tilt* 1 1 1 « 11 >> k ti I" hi'< I outsell'
may he one of Old Adam's discarded Ixiiies were broken, but the patient was — First, John Scherler, 2nd, E. A . P e t
g iii'ii t m who huvt* he i'll Invited uml are
dress suits. O f these latter, however, badly bruised up and has been suffer ty.
Cottage Grove Grange was awarded
Largest squash--Henry Achey.
there is us yet no |M>sitive proof.
I'M i'i'tiil I** ill'll v it interesting uddrcss-
ing so acutely that serious internal ln-
Great Northern ribbon ami fourth
Potatoes, late va rie tie s - First, Hen-
ri. In mlilitiiiii '. ii thfiM', inuny h»< a I
The specimen* referred to. were juries are feared. Mr. Arm strong was
premium fur best exhibit.
speakers have accepted |iliifi'M on Hit'
found on the farm of G. W. Gowdy one replacing a few shingles on his naif
Cottage Grove and vicinity had but
Musk melons, three sjiecirr.ens, three
mile from the city, where J. M. Ham and was putting in the last shingle
few entries this year, but the success
rin> I'litfrluiiiiiH'iit I'lirnmilti'« him
ilton, an nil engineer, who recently when his foot slip|>ed_from under him varieties—First, John Lindsay.
ut th«jse who did participate is likely to
Watermelons, three specimens, three
If ft not h i ii if umlmie In make the ocra-
blew in from Victoria, B. C., has been ami he fell heavily to the groumi.
encourage many more entrants for next
mmi him * tu lie limp rriiii'inhi'riii im
The photo gallery w ill be kept open varieties First, Henry Achey.
at work pros|M'Cting for coal. Mr.
Display o f onions 2nd, E«i Ziniker.
eclipsing anything uf 11 ii k I ml i 'V i t at-
Hamilton bus not us yet fouml coal, as usual hy Ray Dean, who has had
templed In this section uf the state.
COUNTY FAIR WAS A HUMMER.
hut he feels certain thul he is in an oil complete charge o f the inside work for
men* F’ irst, John Lindsay.
Tht> banquet will In* whul i l l iihiiii '
formation, ami that he w ill luxm «level - 1 some time,
Best display o f vegetables— .'Ird, Exhibits and Races Best in History
indicates, u "g e t-to g e th e r" affair, uml
thf reception cuiiiinltlrr will make
The specimens were fouml seven and
K ep t H is Prom ise,
Tw elve largest stalks o f corn —First,
The Lane County Fair closed Satur
every I'lfurl tu w i' lh.it lids feeling
one-half fee t under groumi and in three
Rebuild the dryer arid I w ill donate
Henry A c h e y ; 2rvJ, Albert Ziniker. day night, after the most successful of
picVuils throughout the evening.
The subject for the next meeting feet o f solid rock. The print o f the *■'-<»." sal.l John Hull when the Cottage
Best sample o f flaxseed—2nd, W. R. its three sessions. The Lane County
most upri'fiihjf tirin' Ii freely jimlii'Uul
tig leaf is «in u piece o f aeilimentary .G rove fruit dryer burned to the ground
will probably lie "P a trio tis m ."
Fair is the outgrowth o f the Second
hy those III charge.
chalk. Dr. W. W. Oglesby, who h a s !“ y * « “ «»•
The dryer commenced;
F irst, S. A. Southern Oregon District Fair. E x
A lutul uf till invitation» huvf iM'fn
Rev. Sutcliffe Remains.
made some stu.ly o f geology, has the , operations last week and Mr. Hull has Scharen
hibits and attendance this year exceeded
issued uml a iurge a ttfm lu iiff ii ex-
I(ev. Robert Sutcliffe w ill remain in specimens.in his |s.se**ion.
already brought In $.10 worth o f prunes
Best display o f onions—S. A. Schar- any previous year, including the dis
Iu'fli*iI. T h f Cluh riMiiiii will I m * huml- la illa gc Frove for another year at
; to pay his voluntary obligation.
trict fair sessions which have been
somrly .Iffur.itfil fur th f oecuilon.
least. This derision was readied at
FAREW ELL DRAWS MANY.
First premium on not less than i 1 held at Eugene.
A fter the reception uml « ihurt pro- the Methodist Conference held at Sa - 1
STATE TO RAISE GAME BIRDS.
bushel o f winter wheat—S. S. Nona.
Agriculture and stock exhibits have
grum at the Club rourui, the bam|uet . lem the past week. Rev. Sutcliffe hail
Rev. Elkins Preaches to Capacity . „
. , nnn a . ,
Samples o f i bushels o f oats— First increased steadily in number and quan
w ill l.e In-hi ul thf Hotel Ort'K'm, I f * a call from Franta Pass which he de
prize, SchmitJ B ros; second prize, S. tity since the organization o f the fair.
A. l ate* presiding aa tuaalinaaler. sired to accept, uml he would have un
Saturday was Indian day, over UK)
The follow ing luaala w ill tie reu|it>mltil doubtedly been transferred to that
With the church fille<l to capacity,
Th«* state o f Oregon is going into
Best display o f Held corn, 12 ea rs— members o f the Warm Spring tribe be
charge hud it not been for the urgent and inspired by the loyal «lemonstralion the raising o f game birds on a whole-
2nd, AltK.'rt Ziniker.
ing present and taking part in the
" t'u lla g e (iruve ua a Hume d t y , "
solicitation o f a number o f his parish o f his parishioners. Rev. Elkins, o f »ale scale and has purchased the pheas-
The follow ing won Great Northern races
The largest crowds that has
.. Mayor W. II. Al.ruum ioners who v» is bed )iirn to continue his the t hrislian church preached two antry o f Eugene Slm(ison at Corvallis,
in Eugene packed the’
" A Law Abiding Comm unity,"
work here. This w ill he Rev. Sut aid«' ami interesting sermons last Sun- als«> securing Mr. Simpmm as superin
Largest pumpkin Henry Achey.
walks and pavements to witness the
....................... Judge Shinn
cliffe'a third y«'ar o f service in t ’ottage day, the occasion being his farew ell t«> * tendent.
Yellow pumpkin -John I.indsay.
Cottage Grove. For his farew ell theme
'"O u r Educational F a rih tlea "
Mr. Simpson predicts that this will
Large squash— J. M. Smith.
On the last night the gates were
he used the same subject as for hia he the greatest game bird hatchery in
Mr* II. K Jt b
Box o f Italian prunes— A . E. Grous- thrown open free o f charge to the
Transients Overflow Hotels.
first sermon four years ago, "Loya lty the Unitetl States. He has conilucted
"Etrat I rnpreaaiuna"
Kllw rl lte.le
That Cottage (¡ro ve is the renter of to Christ.”
public and the grounds were packed
"T h e Lathee"
.llun, J, S. Medley
His handling o f the sub the hatchery fo* ten years, protlucing
Box o f Italian prunes— Norrish & Springfield, C ottage Grove, Creswell.
attraction in the W illam ette valley ject was original and comprehensive.
"Ik ie s Community I’ uhlli-ity I'u y "
about 2,Oi*l pheasants a year, and Is Son.
Junction C ity and all the other towns
Rev. ami Mrs. Elkins have made considered an expert in his line. He
D. C. Freeman was well demonstrated Monday evening
Box o f prunes—Edison Barnett.
in the county uniting to make the fair
many friemis, both inside uml outside experts, with the backing o f the state,
"T h e Agricultural I'uaKihilitii-a uf
Potatoes— Henry- Achey.
a success. Large numbers o f Cottage
Southern l.a n e"
Felix Currin away guests that it could not accom o f the church, during their residence to increase the output to 3,000 hints
modate with two trama yet to arrive. her«*, which was demonstrated in the
Grove people attended the fa ir and
" t 'i v i f Im pruvem enU "
Onion Sets—S. A . Scharen.
were well pleased with the entertain
Mr». F. D. Wheeler Traveling men looking for business and reception tcnderetl them last Friday
Many other states, east and west, are E S C A p ES p R 0 M P E N I T E N T I A R Y .
ment furnished. It is estimated that
evening, at which time a large cash going into the hatchery business.
"S m a ll Furma"
Gilbert It. Tyaun
Cottage Frove one o f their principal donation was presented them. An in
150 or more were present the last day.
"M y Hume Tim m ,"
,,r , .
Horse Thief Captured by Marshall
Considerable complaint was heard be
Supt. Walch, of C. & . E. Is Dead.
teresting program was ren«lere«l ami
Hun. T. K. t'umplu'll slo|ui.
n i.- I ,
. , . . ,
Snodgrass Makes Getaway.
cause local people were not informed
light refreshments served.
James T. Walch, superintendent o f
"ItUllillng u Ituaineaa C ity ,"
OLD SOLDIERS PLAN BIG Ml-ET.
f the special train that ran from Rose-
Hull. it. M. Ki l n
...................... .. .......... ......... ......., .the Corvallis t i Eastern railroad, died L . x
u T l * “ ,hor9c ,th ,ef
"H o w Cottuge lirove linpreaaea
grass ast spring, es- burg early in the forenoon. This was
Reunion of Veterans ut Springfield leave this afternoon fur their new home very suddenly at his home at Albany *' ‘ ,ar^ a
. . .
. . , ...
... caped from the Oregon state pemten- a serious oversight on the part o f the
llie llom eaeeker"
at la-hanoii. Ore.
last week a fter a brief illness with ..
lion . Jamea Hemenway
tia ry September 20th and is still at fa ir management.
years o f age.
Th«' unnual reunion o f the Lane
large. He was one o f three who made
Pastors for Eugene District.
County Veteran's Association will tu- yet been chosen but Professor Rilling- . Mr. Walch has tieen with the Corvallis a successful getaw ay. Jones was sen
Dies At 80 Years.
'I hr follow ing uppointii.rnta of dm hehl at Springfield next week, uml the ton, «*f the Eugene Bible University, At Eastern railroad in various capaciti« s
tenced from Douglas County and had
Chas. C. Thompson died at 8:55 Sun
tin t »ujierinlen lenls uml pualnr* w ire citizens o f Ihut place ur«' making prep will have eharge o f the work temjio- for 2t> years.
eight months yet to serve. A reward day morning at the home o f his son, H.
Mr. John Ii. Stevens, who has been
announced at tin- Methodist Epmfupal arations to «'tilcrtain the "H oys o f ’ 63" rarily. Mr. Fagan, o f the same school,
o f $50 is offered for his capture.
O. Thompson, aged 80 years, 8 months
with the road 20 years as division engi
conference hehl at Salem lust week. right royally. A lengthy program has
and 6 days. Cause o f death was, pri
Eugene dletrii't, J. T. Abbott, super- been prepare«! for their amusement, will «^miluct morning services and neer ami superintendent o f bridges,
marily, old age. Mr. Thompson had
inleiali'. t, H5*i South W illam ettealrret, which iiK'ludcs addresses by Judge Prof, llillintgoii will preueh in the has been elected to the vacancy caused
The piano pupi's o f Miss Ethel Evans
been ailing for some time and death was
will give a recital on Saturday even
Haw ley ami k* Vl‘ n" ,g '
not unexpecte«]. He had live«! with his
Albany, D. II. I.eei-h, liumlon. Hurry others, appropriate music, etc. Public
son, H. O. Thompson, since last Octo
l.ee, llrowiiaville, M C. I’uruunagian, campfires will he hehl on the evenings
Miss Eunice VanDenberg, reader, w ill
ber. coming here from Washington.
Ifiienu Vmlu, H. H. MfCain, Coburg. o f October <1th ami litli.
assist. The admission is free and all
The remains were taken to Burlington,
<i. E, Hound, tuipiilh', to l.e xupplifd.
The Woman's R elief Corps and Lad
Wash., Monday afternoon for burial
Curvullm, J. C.
Kullina, t'ottage ies o f the G. A. R. w ill assist in the
ever, a silver offering w ill be taken tor
beside the body o f his w ife and were
(iruve, Itutiert Sutcliffe. Crswfonts- entertainment.
the benefit o f the Meth«xlist choir. The
accompanied by H. O. Thompson, son
ville, tu I m ' autiplird. Creswell, J. K.
follow ing is the program :—
Many o f the " b o y s " from this vicin
o f the deceased, Mary Cavanaugh and
Dunlop, Drain, E. M. Smith, Klklon, ity are plann'ng to lie present ami join
. Piano solo
Mark Thompson, grandchildern.
E S. t'lemo. Eugeni', II. S. W ilk ¡»on, in the featvities.
Vanity Caprice............. ...Jackson
Deceased leaves three sons and two
tinrdiner, J S. tireen, Halsey, W. M.
daughters. They are H. O. Thompson,
2 Piano solo
Erakme, Independence, F. N. Sand*
o f Wheeler & Thompson, o f this c ity ;
Prof. H. E. Inlow, superintendent o f
ifur, Irving uml Harrisburg, to beaup-
A Curious S t o r y ...................H eller
George Thompson, Spokane, Wash;
plieil. Johnson, It. A. Hrialon, June- ,
I.ela Lew is
W alter C. Thompson, Seattle, l^’ash.,
lion, Joseph Knott a, I .fluinuii, I.. F.
3. Piano duet
Emma Cavanaugh, Everett,
lie Ik nup, Mureolu, to bn aupplieil, teachers' institute at Eugene yester
W ash.; Mrs. Wm. Cressy, Burlington,
MurahllfId, II. I. Itutleilge, Mfhamu,
Lenore Knowles an«l Miss Evans
4 . Reading
l.yona, Monroe. Mnuntuin View and The address wan an interesting one.
Chas. C. Thompson was born in Red
Anmng other speakers at the insti
Selected............ Miss VanDenberg
Myrtle Foinl to I m - aupplieil. North
Bank, N. J., in 1831, moved to Jersey-
Hfi.il, A. S. Ilisev, P ort Orfurd ami
ville. 111., in 1856, where he was mar
Saginaw to I m * aupplied. Shedila, lllc- Alderman; President J. H. Ackerman,
[lance o f the Ruttreflies .Gixxlard
ried to Miss Ellen S. Gooch, moved
hard H ni'king. Silet/. Italian Mmnion, Oregon State Normal s c h o o l ; Montana
overland to Tecumseh, Neb., in 1881,
tu he hupplii'il, SpringtieId, A. F. Lacy,
moved to Hutchinson, Kan., in 1889,
Staylon, E. S. Mace, Toledo, to he lion, University of O r-gon ; Maude
P izzica ti................................Deli lies
moved to Seattle in 1899 and lived there
aupplieil. Turner, F. G. Drake, Unity l.anghead, special primary instructor;,
until his w ife died last October, when
and Trent, tu I m > aupplieil.
he took up his home with his son here.
structor; Dr. Joseph Schafer, prefersor
Zaran telle............................. Wilson
Dcuth of Peurkins Miller.
o f History, University o f O regon; Or.
Sentinel Brings Settler.
I'earkina Miller ilieil Friday, Sept. | C. J. C. Bennett, professor o f educa
“ Send the Sentinel for six months to
22d, after a year*' airknexa with u com- tion, Univerity o f Oregon.
The F la tte re r................Chaminade F. L. Reynolds at Mayette, Kansas,
plifutiun uf diseases. Mr. Miller had
The institute was well attended and
One Corner ot Felix Currin’ s Exhibit at Lane County Fair
and before the time is up he w ill be
been up and down fur aumc time ami many instructive addresses were deliv-
"T h e best exhibit o f grains, grasses o f the total number o f varieties grown I». Piano solo
moving out here,” said G. W. Rey
the fatal aickneaa wim thuiight tu have
Etude........................... Woilenhaupt nolds, when subscribing tor the paper
and reeils ever shown since Tim e i by M r. Currin.
been only another o f hia apella. The
Pioneers' Association Organized.
began,” is the way Felix Currin’s e x - ; j , me, H i„ has requegted Mr. Currin
for his Kansas nephew for five months.
funeral win hehl Sunday afternoon, in
“ Oregon Pioneers of \ane County" Dibit at the l.ane County fair was des- ; to R,|ow the exhibit to
t„ a), the 10 Reading
True to the prediction, four weeks ago
terment being made in the Shield's
Selected............ Miss VanDenberg the Kansan came out to look over the
is the name of an asaociaton organized ignated hy the Great Northern repre- easteri, expositions, ami he has ex-
cemetery. Mr. M iller wan 40 year* of
. Piano solo
ai the County fair last week. Annual sentat.ve. The exhibit won the Great | preMtt, h|8 w|||inRneM to
go if ar.
country and has now returned for his
age und leavca a w ife and four child
Venetian Boat S o n g ...............Nevin fam ily. He w ill probably purchase a
encampments will he held for the pur- Northern silver cup and attracte.l much ral,Kementg cgn be matle ao that
ren. Tw o hrothera, Maluchi ami (ieo.,
ix.se of keeping alive the spirit of pio- attention. The illustration shows but
, f the exhibjt Koegf it wiM
farm somewhere in the neighborhood
reaide here anil four hrothera live in
neer «lays ami t.i greet old friends, one corner of the exhibit, ami gives Jo thmlggngd of t|oMars worth of adver. • - Piano solo
f Divide. Previous to receiving the
Secoml Mazurka...................Godard Sentinel, he had no intention o f mak
meet new ones ami to exchange rem-' but a |xx.r idea of its magnificence.
, |teJng for thr CottaKe Grove oountrv
The Great Northern railway has a am) win undoubUd|y bril,K baok aM
Civic Improvement Club to Meet. iniaeenees of those stirring days of
ing this his home.
“BEST GRASS AND GRAIN EXHIBIT WORLD HAS
EVER SEEN,” SAYS G. N. REPRESENTATIVE
The Ladies Civic Improvement Cluh
will hold ita firat meeting after the
ainnrner vacation in the parlnra o f the
Commercial cluh rmtnia, the firat Tues
day o f October. Meeting will begin at
3 p. m. promptly. A ll ladies «if (tie
city who are interested hi the beuutify-
mg o f the city are earneatly requested
to attend. A ll churter members of the
cluh urged to lie present ami to bring
at least one friend.
MRS. ID A B. C A L D W E L L , Pres.
long ago. In its formation the folloW-
ing o(Tlc«'rs were elected to preside over
the destinies of the association: David
Ely, Goshen, president; J. G. Steven-
son, Eugene, vice-president; J. Hardy
( ’row, l,orane, secretary.
representative at every fair of any
consequence in the country, ami the re-
mark quoted above, made hy one who
has seen the grain and grasses «if every
1 state proclaims the Cottage Grove
country as great a grain and grass
A ll settlers who came to the plains
prior to 18('>r. are eligible to member-
Among the charter members are W.
B. Hawley, Felix Currin and Geo. M.
Hawley «if Cottage Grove.
country as any in the w«irl«l.
The seed for this exhibit was gath-
ere«l from every c«»untry in the world,
but the exh.hit was gotten together
t«xi hurriedly to permit o f one that
would take in hut a small priqxirtion
Mr. Currin is not raising this grain
for profit, hut .leclares that when he
develops a seed that he is satisfied
with, he w ill distribute it free 0f
charge to the grangers o f the Oregon
Albany After Municipal
A municipal water plant is wanted
537 cU i* « n# o f Albany, who have
P a n t e d a petition to the city council
asking that body to investigate the
feasibility o f establishing such a plant,
either by buying the present private
plant or building a new one. The cost
| The above cut was made from one o f j
is estimate«! at a halt million or more.
many clean-cut pictures taken by Pho-
Waldo H ill— the best valley flour,
| tographer Amstrong o f this city at the
; $1.25 tier sack at Spray’s.
i fa ir
Aged Woman Dies.
Mrs. Phil Jones, Sr., died last Friday
o f tuberculosis at the age o f 74 years.
The funeral was held Saturday at 2:30
p. m.. Rev. W. A. Elkins officiating.
Interment was made in the Masonic
cemetery. Mrs. Jones leaves a hus
band, son and two daughters. T h e son
and daughters are Phil Jones, Jr., Mrs.
W. H. Osmond and Mrs. J. B. Pape,
the latter o f Roschurg,