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COTTAGI GROVE. OREGON, FRIDAY. N O VEM BER 3. 1911
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INJURED BY EXPLOSION WANT 1>,V,SI0N F0,NT HBHK-
DENT AT FLOW EN CITY.
Commercial Club May Go After
Freight Division Point.
At a meetinn of tiie Commercial club
Moiiduy uvciimn, the secretary was in
structed to ruinmonlcati with olficiala
of the S P. a ml learn if there ih any-
Ihinn to III" report that the freinbt di
vision point ia to tie moved away from
ItoHehurn. I f it develop* that there ia
an intention of movinn the division
point, the I'ominereial elidi will en
deavor to eonvinee S. I*, olliciala that
H u h ih the jihyrnlngiral pond.
Anent Kinu, of the loeul atalion, in
forma the Sentinel th a t the road h iiH n 't
yard room to sidetrack over three
freinbt traina and he doesn't see where
more apnee coutil be secured.
Divide and Yoncalla people are said
to be very much worked up over the
IHiNNitde removal of the division point
and ure plaiminn on huvmn it them-
THE REFERENDUM CASE AS VIEWED
BY COMMITTEEMEN SPRAY AND CATES
What Spray Say*.
What Cates Says.
CHANGE AT REES-WALLACE.
C. W. Wallace Buy» Interest of D.
A deal was closed last Friday where
by C. W. Wallace became complete
owner of the Reea-Wallace Co., D. H.
Hemenway disputing o f his interest.
The firm has been cor,ducting a success
ful general merchandise business, and
will, no doubt, continue to do so under
the new management. Mr. Hemenway
had been in the firm about two vears.
Mr. Wallace haa been a mem tier since
the business was first established hy
he arid N. K. Compton, and the fact
Dial the Rees-Wallace Co. has become
one o f the largest businesses of its
kind in the city is a monument to his
Mr. Hemenway has not yet an
nounced what line of business he will
G. A. R.MAN PASSES AWAY
OLD RESIDENT ANSWERS TARS
FOR LAST TIME.
I he following article w.is contributed
J. F. McKibben Dies Monday, after
Mr. ('ales makes rcjily to Mr
lllitoiiht louslv W.ilks Ov«*l Blast oil
this week to tin* Leader, being railed Spray's article as follows:
Lingering Illness, of Raralyiis
Due u( City Street* and I*
forth hy the re p .it ot pie testimony
I have read with some surprise the
of the Stomach.
of John F. Spray, which appeared in statements of Mr. John S|.ray in the
the Sentinel last week :
Leader of Tuesday, ami stand prepared
J. F. McKibben, prominent G. A. R.
I did not intend to answer the attack to |irove several o f his assertions us un
S. T, Nelson, uffect innately culled
ami old reaident died at the home
that has been made upon me through qualifiedly false. When Mr. S|iruy
" D a d " t>y 1 11 M CIII (line UHNOCIUlcN lit
of hia son, Henry McKibheri, three
the newspapers since I tes tilled in the says the Nesmith county committee
• 'ollagc Grove, met * Her mint Neeldent
miles east of here Monday, o f paralysis
referendum çaae at Salem, hut as Mr. paid Mr I'urkison for 10t*l signatures
lit Portland. III h t week where he WHH
f the stomach. He had been feeble
II. J. Parkinson th Co., appear to think which it never received he states that
visiting at the liiniieH nf tun Him*.
for three months or more and death
they ure the only pebbles on the lieaeh, which is not so. As secretary of that
w u h lit llrnl rojMirted l tin I lie liml heen
was not unexpected. Deceased was 74
I will attempt to write this matter up committee 1 have vouchers for every
7 months and 2fi days old at time
Mr. Nelson w u h walking along one o f
rent disbursed hy it, and I say that the
o f death.
the people be the judge.
the Htreetn where Home blunting work
records disprove his allegations. The
The funeral was held Tuesday a fter
About two years ago at a mass meet man says that Mr. Cates was well
whm being done.
Three I i I hh I h had
noon from the Veatch chajiel, the cere
ing of Die people o f Cottage Grove |iaid for his services, having received
mony being conducted by the local
there was a committee appointed to $000 and all the printing--'tis true that
" H a d " for tin* llmt I i I iih I, Iml hud mis-
co rf» o f the G. A. R., Rev. J. W.
further the rreatlon of a new county, I received $&00 for my service, ami it
understood direelionn und did not aeem
I being a member of that committee.
lo know tInit more were to follow,
is likewise true Dial I contributed $270
M. and I. O.
Almut the tirst thing they did wan to —or more than any other single individ
motioned un mii I o that it could g o ahead
him ! himaelf Marled to follow Mr. N e l
ual to the county fund. As to the
Mr. McKibben had been a resident
hi order was to get before the legisla amount received for limiting Mr. Spray
son lo the aeene o f the first explosion.
CHICAGO SYDICATK AFTER BIG
Cottage Grove for 11 years, coming
ture and try and pass a hill for the new c**KK‘'rates several hundred dollars.
• 'D a d " , it aeema, wan almont ahove the
here from Kansas. He was born in
Idaat when it discharged and win ter-
And hm to the charges made for the Best Apple Country in World Will
Marrietta, Ohio, emigrating to Illinois
spent night after night and day alter work if it is not more than 20 per cent
i ■ Idy hurl mid disfigured liy the explo-
a small boy, going from there to
Mon. The Miitoniohlle, heliiK faHter, Would Clear Part, F urnish House, day, doing the very heat we knew, hut less than the same work could be had
Minnesota, Iowa and finally to Kansas,
for elsewhere. 1 will refund every
Horae*, Wagon, Cow and Sell
where he enlisted in the Civil war as a
none worse lairt than ttiat committee. charge fur printing ever made against
w i n injured, hut nut aerioUHly.
on Easy Term*.
of the 2nd Kansas cavalry, be
The Apple Show opens at Eugene
Mr Nelnon ia re|M,rled (o la- very
the committee. Not one member of
and the xarne old committee appointed the Nesmith committee prejiared one today. Many samples o f the luscious ing later transferred to the 2nd Kansas
I iw at a I'urtland hoH|iital.
A Chicano ayndicute ia ufler 100,000 with, I believe, Mr. Cates added, or he
artillery. H** served three years and
The l i e W H wax brought to this rity
line of argument sent out to voters, red-cheeked fruit that caused Adam’s
acre* of western land for settlement. was elected secretary shortly after.
months, hia service being mostly-
hy l.ee Itov W imh I h , who Haw one of the
nor a single letter in connection with downfall will be on exhibition. The
Anent Kinu. local anent o f the South The purpose of the committee waa to
devoted to scouting work.
Nelaon hoya at Eugene juat a few
promoting the work to my knowledge. work has been in charge o f some of the
ern I'acdic, hua received word to this put an initiative petition before the
Mr. McKibben was one of two sur
momenta Saturday while the truin wax
I devoted nearly a year almost day and Eugene hustlers and nothing has been
effect, und I iuh been asked to hrinn the voters of the slate, which they did.
of a family of fourteen, a sister
slopping at the atalion. lie did not
night to this work, and as a reward re left undone to make the exhibition one
matter to tin* attention .if the neWH- This took many days and nights with
living in the east, being the other.
have time lo net liut meagre detaila.
ceived t'S'Ai net and the abuse o f such that will fully advervtise the adapta
pu|iern and Commercial liodica.
the result of one more defeat. Still People as John F. Spray. But, thank bility o f the southern Willamette to Five sons and one daughter survive
The accident, for Home reaaoh, did not
The syndicate propose* to divide the the same old commilee was ready to
him. They are Morris A. McKibben,
net into any o f the I'ortlund |o*(>crs.
God, the jieojde are left to judge be ajipie growing.
1 land into HO acre tracts, clear five acre* go before the legislature and as you
Mr. Nelaon wiih a well known char
A large number o f cash prizes have Bert McKibben and Henry McKibben,
tween the two men.
I defy John
and build a house on each tract, furnish know was again lieaten. Then a mass
o f this city; Ed McKibben, of Spring-
acter here until lint K|irinn. when he
Spray, or any other individual to |irove been hung up for the best exhibits and
two horsea, wunon and one cow and meeting was railed while I was still at
field, Ore.; Jesse McKibben, of Cres-
Hold In h 374-acre trai t, one of the finest
that I was ir. any w ise * 'implicated” comjietition is expected to be keen.
sell on the installment plan to actual Salem and 1 with the balance o f the
The managers o f the show have got well. Ore. and Mrs. Ida M. Clark, of
in the valley to John F. Splay for a
with I'arkison in anything unfair or
settler*. The syndicate doc* not wish old committee was instructed to get
Junction City, Kas.
onnidi ration of I I i ' i . inni , at which lime
against the beat interests o f the com. ten up the following applegrams :
i to pay over lit) an acre for such a up and circulate a referendum petition
he moved to Klmirn.
The apple is an asset, financially,
, munity. The committee was appointed
I tract, which make* it very unlikely that against the university appropriation.
to invoke the referendum ujsm the L'. morally and politically.
suilulilr holdmuN can be secured in thin Now rigid here let me say if I had not
The apple is the aristocrat o f foods
of (). ajijiroj,nations and it was its duty
i vicinity. However, land that can be thought d was for the purpose of put
to perform those things for which it and the best medicine.
succcHHfully used for the purposes in ting the Kugene hunch in a hole so they
The climate and conditions that are OLD RESIDENT WINNING LAUR
was appointed, and not to enter into a
tended will lie hard to secure any where would lie willing to agree to a new
ELS AS INVENTOR.
for apples are best for man.
compromise with Kugene for projxised
MESSAGES DROPPED FOR COT at ttiat price in such a birne tract, and
county I would never have accepted Nesmith county, or with any other
Anarchy never gathered fruit from
it may be worth while to try to net the the appointment on that committae as
TAGE GROVE CITIZENS
party or parties, without tirst submit- its own apple tree.
D. Read Has CoLtrived a Castor
syndicate lo consider a hunch of acre- I have never fought a school, church
Apple orchards are better nurseries
i ing such a projxisition to the mass
that Transforms Rocker Into
auc at a turner price. To get a com- or road.
Tout Parker and Frank Snodgrass
; meetii.jg by which it was apjiointed, o f citizenship than the deck of battle-
i pany to make such an investment for
Now comes the chapter in the career ' The committee as a whole, with John , ships or military camps.
Hold Conversation W ith Aerial
iuch a pur|Kiae would be Die mukinu of of the committee on which some ot the
The man in the orchard is always a
F. Spray as the chief instigator, en
any small city. The ten million in jieople ure mixed. The committee had
Spurred on to the work by the suffer
tered into such a comjiromise with Eu good citizen.
vested in the land rniuhl not bring any printed the petition ready for circula
of his wife, an invention that will
Horticulture is a science, not a guess.
gene parties and there was evidently
In thn d *y o f "u p in the a i r " navi- I direct results, but the work of building tion and in cas'ing about for support no intention on its jiart to submit its
The apple barrel is nature's medicine prove of inestimable value to invalids
has been contrived by D. Read, a
natiou, It ia not uneomilion lo nee the the house* and clearing the land would we were informed that the jieople of i actio ' to the jieople o f Cottage Grove. chest.
heaven* dotted with air marhinee, hut bring thousands of dollurs to local McMinnville were starting a similar At the eleventh hour Mr. H.O. Thomp
1 would rather trust a judge that ■ pioneer of Cottage Grove*
The invention is a simple one. which
to have a real live airalnp pana direct laborers and business houses, not to movement against the O. A. C., and son and myself, who cpjxjsed the pro- |
■ loves apples than one that hankers
is what gives value.
It is simply a
ly over till* city prove* hoth exciliiiK mention the continued income from the our secretary got in communication posed compromise on the ground that after bear meat.
thoae who settlers that would be located on the with some o f their supjsjrters. Among we were in duty bound to carry out
Apples are an antidote for drink and | castor that can be attached to any com
mon rocking chair, thereby transform
viewed the mounter it proved a thrill- land.
the re. t w hs Mr. I'arkison, who pur- 1 the will o f the people, announced our tobacco.
The Commercial club will, undoubt jairted to lie a high up labor union man ; j
inn aeene, und to thoae who ¡¡were
Apples carry the pure food stamps ing it into a wheel chair that any in
suspicions to O. M. Kern and Dr. Kime,
valid can move around the house with
w rapped m peaceful dumber, it cannot edly, take the subject up and learn if could get all the names necessary in who immediately visited Mr. Spray to of the great physician.
hrinn other than a di*up|Miillled feelinn it would la* worth while to attempt to a very short time, for hoth the (I. A. ascertain his jiosition in the premises,
The road that leads to the orchard is out assistance. The simplicity of the
at failmn to nee it. Like a ureal hlaek o|M-n negotiations on a higher basis of C. and U. o f O. A contract was made and were told that the jieople could go the pathway to a simple, happy, pros- 1 mechanism enables it to be used by
those who are almost entirely helpless.
with Mr. I'arkison for d.iNki names at to hell —the committee would do as it perous life.
eluuil it moved alonn in all iln majeaty 1 land • alues.
The castor is attached to the chair
und probably would not have been no
•<i cents each or 7 cent* for the two saw fit. This resulted in a general in
PRECINCTS TO BE CHANGED.
ticed by any o f the Cotlane Grove peo
names to I h * paid for as fast as deliv formal conference o f citizens and the which is expected to equal the Eugene with a simple thumb screw and can be
ple had it not been for the gleaming County Court Rearranging Voting ered. The committee nas received but culling of a second mass meeting. At show, on the 8th, 9th and 10th.
Mr. Read worked out the castor for
aearehlinht thrown down and a voice
u small |Mirtion o f the 3,000 names the mass meeting,members o f the com
Districts of County.
use o f his wife, and she has taken
"W h a t town ia this'.’ " Both
mittee urged the jiroposed comjiromise,
The county court ia busy rearrang
so much comfort out o f it and the re
Tom Parker and Crank .SmsIgrHss, who ing Die voting precincts o f the county. advanced which was forth coming. All but citizens refused to listen to the
were lip and out at the time, nave With the present ballot the work of was well until the committee was in entreaties of John F. Spray and others, Bargain Offerings Bring Many to sults have been so gratifying that he
has decided to put the invention on the
aiiawer an beat they could, which wan tallying the votes takes so much time formed that there was Hill forged j whereujain ail the members, except
followed hy the word "MeHaane," and is sueh an arduous task thst it is ' names in the 3000, with a request from Mr. Thompson and myself resigned,
The many genuine bargains offered market in the near future. His an
ahouted from above, and very Boon ditlicult to secure an election board. Mr. I’arkison that they be returned John Spray doing so with the remark by Cottage Grove merchants brought nouncement will appear in the Sentinel
and within twenty feet of these gentle- It ia aimed to arrange the precincts to him as he wanted to jirotect one of 1 that he would never again do anything , many people to the city Saturday from as soon as he can have some of the cas
rnen fell and was locked up by them, so that there will he alsiut Us) voters his clients that was in jail for forgery, to advance the interests o f Cottage the outlying country and the residents tors manufactured.
the committee voted to return the 800 Grove. Ami from all indications thus o f the city were most o f them down
a abort atrip o f cord with a atone Ht in each district.
one end und a hit of pa|M-r at the other.
looking over the counters at some time
The re-arrangement will make seven forged names when Mr. I’arkison fur far he has kept his word.
The tni-HHane read a* follow*: Kindly precinels in laittagc Grove.
where nished KUO guts! names in their jilace, , As regards the 3200 names secured during the day. Those who had spe
inform Wheeler tit Thompann that we there has formerly I n ' cii hut three. und also ordered 1,000 more names of hy I’arkison, 800 o f which were sup- cials on rejxirt a very prosj>erous day
Mr. I’arkison, and on his représenta- jsised to be forgeries, these names were and all other merchants report a day SWINDLE PUBLIC OUT OF THEIR
will attend their cloainn out Hale,
They will he ilivided as follows:
1st precinct. West o f river to ror- t it it i that the names were hard to get, i in my possession when the committee, above the average.
A large number o f those in the city
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took occasion to drop in and take ad Remedy Lies in Placing Orders with
2d precinct. Between
vantage of teh Sentinel's unusual sub
railroad trucks, north of Msin street.
Local Newsdealers of Known
DR. W. W. OGLESBY MEETS
:<d precinct. Between river and rail
road tracks, south of Msin street.
Abe Bangs and G. W. Marksbury, o f
the Woolen M*lls Store, sjient Sunday
I tracks, north of Locust und Locust
The attention of the public is called
Write* From California of F'inding
to the numerous " a g e n t s " working
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Aw brey were in throughout Oregon and the Pacific coast
Mine Partially Located When
.Mb precinct. Ksst
Eugene Sunday to attend the dedica soliciting magazine orders and collect
a Young Man.
tracks, south o f Locust and Gieust MANY NEW NAMES ADDED TO
Thrown From Bicvcle.
tion o f the Christian church.
ing money in advance. We beg to warn
O. W. Smith, o f the Mountain View
you against these fake canvassers, as
" f have found a rich n*>ld m i n e , " 1 Two precincts will he locuted out
fruit farm, w h s quite badly bruised up
a number o f local peoljre have been
writcH W. W. Onlenhy from California side of the corporate limits, probably Residents of Cottage Grove and V i
by being thrown from his bicycle a Willamette Valley Exhibit Wanted
victimized, and suggest that to avoid
in a letter to hia daughter, Mian Anna. with polls at Waldo and Latham.
cinity Recognize Genuine Bar
week ago Saturday while on his way
any risk you place your orders with the
Again Next Year.
The mine which Mr. Onleahy has lo
home from Cottage Grove. His wheel
gain When They See It.
Modern Pharmacy, a responsible busi
DEER SEASON CLOSES.
cated ia one he haa had in mind look-
Omaha, Neb., Oct. 28, 1911.
was weighted down with packages and
ness house o f your home city, which
inn for for many year*, lie partially
Many Cottage Grove N i m r o d s
The Sentinel’s low-priced subscrip it seems that the front wheel dropjied
makes it unnecessary to patronize
located it when a younn man and ever
Cottage Grove, Ore.
tion bargain offering, which closed No into an ojiening between the boards of Dear S i r :
Feasted on Venison.
strangers, who are usually frauds.
■Ince haa nursed a desire to go hack
The deer season closed November vember 1st, netted the paper a very ! the sidewalk just at the edge o f the
The Willamette Valley exhibit at the We can supply you with any magazine
and look for it, feelinn confident that
Sity limits, and Mr. Smith fell heavily
land show is attracting an im in the world and give as low clubbing
hia judgment when ynunner waa not
and unconscious to the ground,knocking
mense amount o f attention. We are rates as anyone or will deliver maga
wrnnu and that the precinua metal waa rods who got in with venison just in tions and many were the compliments |
received for the newsy and neatly loose several teeth and bruising his leg glad that you have assisted in making zines to you on the day they are re
there und waitmn for someone to come side the legs I limit.
and shoulders. He was able, however,
It is estimated that at least 7f> deer printed newsjiajier being printed.
this exhibit a success and we are sure ceived and you may pay for them as
and lind it. Now in hia old ane he may
The Sentinel hopes to eventually he to ride his wheel, which was not in the valley will get great returns from , delivered. We want your patronage
reap the benefit o f proa|iertinn done in were killed by local sportsmen, but
that number is not up to the tisusl av read in nearly every home in Cottage jured. and, with a lift given by a party same.
and ask you to favor us as against the
of hunters, got home all right. Mr.
strangers, I,et us have your orders
Mr, Onleahy states that the mine is
Smith says he must have ridden two
arranging the display and for the part now for single copies or subscriptions.
located on railroad land and he antici-1 number of hunters out after game, hut ment feels that the results received j
miles in an unconscious condition.
Always at your service,
which you and your association have
pate* some trouble in nettinn JHiasos- the Meet-footed denizens of the forest during its sjiecisl campaign indicate
aion o f the property, hut the chances
T H E MODERN P H A R M A C Y .
Card of Thanks.
eeas. We trust that we may not only
are that he may make a »mall fortune
The Rexall Store.
Mrs. Sydney Richardson, o f Kureka,
The Sentinel thanks new and old i We d e s i r e to thank those friends and have your hearty support for an exhib
juat for the location, even if he cHn’ t ■ Calif., came down from Eugene Mon
friends alike for their demonstration of neighbors who so kindly assisted us in it next year but that you will be able
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roy Woods at
net poascaaion o f the land.
day for h short visit before returning
loyalty and wishes to assure them that the recent sickness and death o f our to attend personally at that time.
tended the dedicatory exercises o f the
The property ia located in Kern j home.
it will at all times endeavor to give infant son and grandson.
Christian church at Eugene Sunday.
M. K. Johnson transuded business in them a newsjiajier worthy o f their sup MR. and MRS. W. W . H A R R I S O N .
Mrs. Woods remained for a few days'
W. O. P A I S L E Y ,
Geo. Allen spent Sunday in Kuneue. Kugene the Mrst of the week.
MR. and MRS. F. W. HARRISON. General Manager, Omaha Land Show. visit at the F. E. Billington home.
APPLE SHOW OPENS TODAY
100,000 ACRES WANTED
HAS A VALUABLE PATENT
MONSTER AIRSHIP PASSES
FAKE MAGAZINE AGENTS
FOUND RICH GOLD MINE
SENTINEL'S BARGAIN SUBSCRIPTION
OFFERING IS UNQUALIFIED SUCCESS