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COTTAGE GROVE TAKES PRIDE IN ITS
CHURCHES AND CHURCH BUILDINGS
An impiirtuiit factor In th« life and
upbuilding o f u city la Ita churches.
Cottage Grove has four active Brutes-
tani churches that ara lining their work
nobly. Among theaa the First Metho.
dial him been an lin|iortant (actor
ever eliicc the early hialory o f church
work In the community.
Ile wua followcil liy Kev. Frank
Muore, who aervad from September,
1004 lo May,
Kev. (iran tH lew art
lllleil out thè year. Kev. Muore la now
al Humner, W uh I i ., ami Kev. .Stewart
la aomewbere in thè l ’ugct Solimi con-
On Thanksgiving Kve, o f the year of
Our l.onl, IHMH, the MethiMlIal church
o f thia city wan organised. On the
29th o f Novemlmr thia year It w ill lie
23 yeura aince that event took place.
Kev. W. T. (iarilner wua the father o f
the Inatitutlon. A abort time before
he hail lieen up|Niinte<l to the Oexter
circuit, o f which Cottage («rovo waa a
part, and wua holding revival meclingH
at thia |ioint. Theae aervicea were the
Itrat held in Oregon by Itro. Gardner.
From the enlhuaiaam developed at
theae meetlnga the church limly grew.
The edillce In which the church waa
organized ami in which aervicea were
conducted atood on the Maine a|Nit a*
the preaent church building, and waa
ut that time uaed aa a union chu'ch.
The atructure la atlll alnmling ami la
now located on Main alreet, being oc*
cupied by Willaon'a reataurant. Thia
wva the only church building in the
city up to the time the Presbyterians j
aold their intereat and built for them
Kev. S. K. Memingi-r ami Kev. J, I,.
Ileutly eiich aarvoil u yeur, taking thè
work ilowu tu thè full o f 1007. Meni-
inger la now in aouthern Oregon ami
llentty la un a ranch ut Suginiiw, unii
la truveliog thè Saginaw circuii.
Kev. S M. Nickle carne in Scptcrri-
ber, I; mi 7, ami carried cui thè work until
ita assumption by the present pnator,
Kev. Kobert SutcllTc, in the fall o f
Kev. Nickle li ft on account of
aickneaa in hia family und ia now run
ning a fruit farm ut Freewater, Ore.
He atill comlucta aervicea occuaionaily.
'I he growth o f the church iuia been
graduul but aubatuntiul. There were
27 charter membera. There are now
2711, li>0 of whom have become membera
under the laat adminiatrat ion. The
whole church property wua originally
bought for $100. The property ia now
valued at somewhere near $15,(IU0 arid
$2,INa> worth haa been aold from the
original plat. Tin finances are in e x
cellent condition. There are no debta
on the church pro|>erty. The paator’a
aulury ia now $1400 a year and puraon-
ugc rent, the latter vulued ut about
$.'KX), which ia quite a rontruat to the
conditions »hat prevailed in the time
o f Kev. Gardner, or even h o late ua thè
date o f Kev. drink.
Kev. Gardner, in hia capacity ua cir
cuit rider for the Oexter circuit,
which compriard aouthern l.ane county
in it entirety, waa pastor for the tirat
year o f the life o f the church. For hia
aervicea he waa remunerateti ut the
rate o f $<M) per annum.
The charter membera o f the church
Krv. T. P. Hoyd took charge in the were Mr. ami Mra. Geo. K elly, Arma
fall o f IKWi,serving one year, und some Koaher, Mr. ami Mra. J. K. Tuylor, S.
time after going to Portland.
J. Garoutte, Mr. und Mra. lautic Mua-
In iKtai the circuit waa much reduced ■ acy, Mr. and Mrs. S. K. drown and
in aixe, ami named the Creawell cir- 1 daughter June. C. II. ilurkholdcr, C.
in buying Ladies Long Coats, is getting them as cheap as you can and we are offering
our entire stock of these goods at greatly reduced prices. Practical, sensible people recog
nize the important principle of true economy and are discerning enough to see the extra
quality of the goods we are offering. W e have divided our stock in sections.
Ihe Very Newest
20 PER CENT. OFF
COATS 20 PER CENT. OFF
of FALL STYLES
$ 1 0 Values I $12 Values I $15 Values I $ 1 8 Values I $25 Values I
$3.85 I $5.00 I $6.00 I $7.50 I $8.50 I
nampton & l o .Ch“
from the city, on which he lived until
three years ago, when he moved into
the city. He is atill hale and hearty
and looks us if many yeara o f service
were atill left to him.
(N O TE. This is one o f a series o f
historical write-ups o f the churches o f
the city which the Sentinel plana to
give ita readers.— ED .)
tore of Dependable Merchandise Half Price
The Youth’s Companion Is for
O f course if you are too young to
read, or so old you have forgotten how,
' you may not enjoy The Youth’» Com
panion. That is rather a sweeping
| statement, however, for hosts o f child
ren love to have the stories and jingles
I o f the children’s page read to them.
There is many a grandfather and
grandmother whose eyes are dim who
Shasta Springs, Nov. M. — Edward A.
like nothing la tter than to sit and lis
Simmons, president o f the Railway
ten to The Companion stories and ar-
A ge Gazette, pronounced the most re
ticlea. Many a blind person, and even
liable railway publication in thia coun
those who in addition can neither s|a>ak
try, paid handsome tribute to the
nor hear have been cheered by The
American railway employe here this
Companion, its contents having lieen
evening when he pronounced our train
communicated to them through the
men the moat courteous he hud ever
fingertips o f frie.ids. The reading o f
met with. This statement conies im
The Youth’s Companion is a pn-tty sure
mediately after a trip over the railroads
cure for all kinds o f loneliness. Rob
o f Europe and the United States.
inson Crusoe would have been a hap
•'W e arc inclined to criticize our own
pier man i f he could have had his
rsilwny employes because o f lack of
i Companion Thursday as well as his
cou rtesy," said Simmons, “ but the
man Friday. Just semi for the pros-
grossest breaches o f courtesy on our
l>ectus for 1912 and sample copies o f
roads hardly compare with the in civil
ity met with in Germany. It would
We think you will agree, when you
not be tolerated in the United States
have read them, that no other paper
one minute. The conductors and other
j gives quit« so much o f such a high
trainmen are insolent and the stations
quality as The Companion, and it costs
agents are inattentive,
only $1.75 now for the 52 weekly Is
trainmen to the tra v e le r; just the op-
sues. On January 1, 1912, the sub
(Kiaite from the conditions which pre
scription price w ill lie advanced to
vail in this country.
$ 2 . 00 .
" In spite o f the fset thut the fares
The new subscriber receives a g ift
and freigh t rules arc practically twice
o f The Companion’s Calender for 1912
those in the Uniti.il States, the service
in ten colors and gold, and all the re
rendered docs not compare with that
maining issues o f 1911 free from the
given by American roads. The rolling
time the subscription is received. T H E
stock is much lighter than ours, and
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the passenger equipment is poorly tak
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en care of. The cars and the porters
New subscriptions received at this
were [Misitively dirty.”
Simmons, who stopped here a half
hour on his way north, and who is
traveling in his private car, said that
Some o f the good ladies living near
he hud come west for the purpose of helped J. W'. Doyle, the old gentleman
familiarizing himself with the western who lives in a tent house at corner o f
roads. The physical condition o f *he Seventh and High streets, celebrate
Flrat Methodist Church and Ita Father. Rev. W. T. Gardner
western roads taken as u whole, he his 92nd birthday yesterday afternoon.
They took him seveal baskets o f pro
cult, the principal appointmcnta being H. Jones, Isaac Jones, Mr. and Mrs. said, were in very fair shape.
visions, both cooked and raw. and fixed
('.ullage Grove, ( ’ reawell ami Goahen. I). K. Charles, Mr. and Mrs. J. d.
up a good meal for him. Mr. Doyle
Kev. Gardner waa reappointed to the
Truth is better than liction ; ami the prefers to live as he does. He has a
ion, J. K. Barrett, H. II. Chance, Mr.
circuit and remained two yeara.
and Mra. A . C. Mattson, Emma Reed, truth should be H|s>kcn at all (times, clear mind and remembers well the
Rev. Gardner waa followed by Ed
A. Dillard and Adaline Mount. O f even if it is spoken by an osteopath great meteoric shower o f 1833. He
ward Gittina, who remained from the
these, J. K. Taylor, C. H. Jones, Isaac when trying to down one o f his fellow gets around pretty well fo r one o f his
fall o f *i»2 to the fM 11 o f 'lift. Kev. G it
Jones, J. d. Lewis, Adaline Mount beings who is trying to make a living years.--Eugene Register, 3d.
tina ia now at A m ity. Kev. O. M.
and Mr. and Mra. Geo. K elly arc still the sume as he by his profession, but
drink, who had served two years at
Cedar posts and shingles for sale by
happens to call it by another name.
Creswell charge waa ap|>ointed llrat
Spray A Co.
The first board o f trustees consisted
puator o f Cottage Grove station in 1897
pretty pass when a professional man
Notice is hereby given that the un
and remained until the fall o f 1000. o f J. K. Barrett, class leader, J, II. can not come from the east or any
Lewis and C. H. Jones, stewards.
dersigned has been duly appointed by
Kev. drink w ill ever be remembered
The preaent officers o f the church other direction without being set upon the County Court for Lane County,
as an important factor in the upbuild
are: Woman’s Foreign Missionary tio- by someone o f another profession. It Oregon, administrator ot the estate of
ing o f the church. He was a progres
does not seem to the w riter the proper
j cicty, Mrs. Mabel Chambers, pres.;
J. D. Petrie, deceased. A ll persons
sive and aggressive man ami erected
thing to do for the w elfare o f the town.
Woman's Home Missionary Society,
having claim against said estate are
th ) church building o f the preaent day
I f the thing is kept up it w ill not lie
Mrs. Christiana Simeral, pres.; Stand
hereby notified to present the same
'With the exception o f an addition in
ard Bearers, Miss Mildred Pringle, long until no professional man will duly verified to said administrator at
the front. He also built a parsonage
stop here. As to the ability o f either
pres,; K in g's Heralds, Miss Lola W il
I.orano, Lane County, Oregon, within
on the ground now occupied by the
o f these professions, I know nut
son, su pt.; Ladles A id Society, Mrs.
six months from the date o f this no
drum! A Go. atore. Part o f thia o rigi
little, but there is one thing that I do
Eva Wheeler, pres.; Sunday school,
tice. Dated this 20th day o f October,
nal parsorage was used in the building
know. What the osteopath said about
Jackson Goddard, su pt.; Cradle Roll,
I. W. I ’ E TR iE ,
o f the present parsonage on Tennessee
the manner in which the chiro stretched
Mrs. Mable Chambers, supt. ; Home
Administrator o f the estate
Avenue. The apportionment for Rev.
his patients upon his tabjc is all
Department, Mra. Lucy Armstrong,
o f J. D. Petrie, deceased.
drink's salary was $400. One year he
wrong. You can call it fiction or whHt
su p t.; Epworth League, L. A . Rals
received $200 o f this amount, which
you please. I made his table myself
ton, pres.; ("lass Leader, F. C. Rals
was probably the high-water mark.
and Vnow how it is made, and have re
ton ; Choi rater, Homer H a rris; Piano-
Notice is hereby given that the un- I
It Is probable that he got $100 mission
ceived several treatments m yself upon
ist, Mrs. Bessie S u tcliffe; Treasurer,
has been duly appointed by
ary money in addition to his salary.
it and know that there is no back
L. B. S im eral; Secretary, Miss Jessie
the county court o f Lane County, 1
Kev. Brink is now preaching in Cali
breaking experience in it and what 1
B erg; Local Preachers, J. Sams, T.W .
State o f Oregon, Guardian o f the estate
know o f the chiro and what I have
f F. A. McKibben, an insane person.
Rev. C. E. Crandall took charge in
heard o f the osteopath's manner o f
A ll persons having a claim against
Rev. Gardner, the first pastor o f the
the fa ll o f 1900, and served one year.
treatment the favor lies with the chiro,
said estate are hereby notified to pre
He ia now in the eaat.
and if one is to judge from what one
Rev. Eugene F. Zimmerman followed and takes much pleasure in watching says about a thing and one finds out sent the same, duly verified, to the said
guardian at the office o f J. E. Young,
for one year. He has since been as the growth ami prosperity o f the that the one has stretched the truth in
attorney for said estate, at Cottage
sistant secretary o f the Anti-Saloon
one place how much confidence can we
Grove, Oregon, within six months from
league in thia state and is now sta
have in the balance o f what he might
the date o f this notice.
Canby, Hubbard and Brownsville, suf
tioned at Oregon City.
say about the matter.
Dated this 20th day o f October, 1911.
Rev. Geo. H. Fees, who followed,
A. D O O LIT TLE .
J. E. M cK IB R E N ,
served from the fall o f 1902 to the fall
Guaridan o f the estate
Location and amended location blanks
o f 1904. He la now having a success give up hia life's work. He returned
o f F. A. McKibben.
ful pastorate at Klamath Falls.
MATERIAL FOR DRESSY GOWNS
AND OTHER ACCESSORIES
American Railways Are Best.
Osteopathy vs. Principle.
Notice of Appointment of Guardian.
•2 Messaline now occupies the position once held by
The soft effect produced fo r the clinging
gowns and petticoats has made this m aterial a great
W e have in stock the leading shades, 28
inch, 90c per yard.
Silk Poplins, Crepe Meteors and
are much in vogue for evening gowns and soft waist-
tan, cream, champagne, coranation
blue, rose, light blue, pink, lavender and many others.
42 inch Silk Poplin at $1.40, 42 inch Crepe Meteor,
all Wool and Merc. Challies, 25c to 60c.
V e lv e t.
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V e lv e te e n s a re s tr o n g this
P a s te l S h ad es, B la ck and
season fo r suits, dresses
P e rs ia n .
com p lete.
O u r stock
p la ite d
flou n ce, $3-00 to
New Waists m Chiffon and Net, trimmed
with Lace Yoke, and Cuffs with neat de
signs in Soutasche Braid.
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Celebrated 92nd Birthday.
Messalines in High Favor