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COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1911
DOES NOT CARRY ENOUGH ADVERTISING
COMPARED TO NEWS TO MAKE IT PAY
SO SAYS DULUTH FRIKNI)
OF Mr. Carter refuaed to »wear out a com-
T R A N S F E R R E D TO A R T I L L E R Y.
at Largest M 0. Report in History of
Co. E., of Ihi» city, in now a part of
the I'OMNl artillery, tin- Fourth rcgi
merit having been di»banded at Port
The disbandment and transfer mark»
the consummation of a plan which lia»
been before the war department for a
ilo rnber o f yeara,
oflicera bave long heen eonvineed (fiat
»tute troop» »houli! la- thoroughly
trained in thè iiandling of coast de
ferme guna. While il ih ìh Irne ihat thè
troop» bave had three enrarniinieiit» at
thè eoa»t fo ri» in D iìm »tate, their
training haa never heen ronaidcred
thoroogh enough to enahle thi-m to
take e barge o f thè coa»t defenaea in
tln- evenl of invaaion.
The largest money order huNine»» in
the hiMlory of the local poatoffiee wax
reported in the regular bi-monthly
-itaternent ixxoed December 1st. The
report »bowed that order» i»»ued for
the 15 day» amounted to II,.525 lit and
tho»e piad to *1,214.69.
A t one period in the history o f the
office the amount of order» issued was
larger, but they were issued under con
ditions that did not indicate the le giti
mate business nl tin- office.
STRAWBERRIES RIPEN IN WILLAMETTE
RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE WINTER
Lane County Poultry
TH IN G S N E V E R STOP GROWING
plailit oil the evidence of the dog's
The fourth annual Lane county poul
IN W I L L A M E T T E .
work, aa no postage atamp» could he
try »how will he held in Eugene all
found. The party a Treated promised
next week, beginning Monday.
i Felix Currin Brings in Samples of
Wiltrh Sentinel a Highly Coinpli- the diatricl attorney to remain in Eu
All entneH must iw: m*fJe on blank* l
ineutnry Letter and Gives
gene until the grand jury incela.
furnished hy the secretary; entry fee. ;
Ll,#c»ou* Fruit from Walnut
Entrance to the olllcc wax effected
payable to the secretary, B.K. Keeney, I
hy " j i m m y i n g " « swinging window
strictly in advance. Entries without i
u | m - ii . The interi r id the office wua
IH 'N I'l.KY PRINTING Co ,
fee» will not be recognized.
There's not much the matter with a
ranaacked, paper» and hook» being
Entries will iioaitively clcae at 6 p. country that will produce strawberries
all over the Hour
m., Friday, December 15, 1911.
right in the middle o f winter, and
Mr Elbert Bed*.
in which wax kept aeveral dollar»
Cottage Grove, <tregon.
Entry fee» are a» follow» : Single that a what the Cottage Grove country
What About Socialism?
worth of atamp» and $5 or $6 in money
M. Dear Mr. Ilcde
Rev. Sutcliffe will give hi» view* on b rds, 25c; pens, $1.00 extra; turkeys, j ia doing. Felix Currin was in the city
Sample copy of On- Sentinel re w a» “ Jimmied" ami the contenta taken.
socialism at the M. E. church Sunday duck» and geese, 25c each; pigeon», 1<X- this week with a bunch of the berries
ceived, mim I »he certainly i» u hummer.
evening at 7 in. This is the second o f each. All bird» must lie entered »ing- I that opened the eyea o f even old tim-
Fred Churchill Dead.
Collage Grove wBI certainly forge to
his sermons on subject» relating to ly.
¡era. They were large, solid, healthy-
The funeral o f Fred Churchill, »on
the front with a paper like the Senti
socialism, and u third one will he given
All bird» must be plainly banded and looking berries, only a few of which
o f Mr. and Mr». S. F. Churchill, wax
tri thè re-organization Capi. R. K.
nel to booat her along. 1 note that you
the next Sunday.
The church was band marks plainly marked on entry were yet ripe, the most of them being
held Sunday from Veatch'a chapel, l.awHon'» aervìcea are likely to he »ig
u«e the name fearlena pen that churac-
Exhibitors not having leg | green ones, which had just about
crowded last Sunday and the audience blanks.
Interment nallv rewardori liy hi» promotion to
lerUcd your work In Miniieaota. I e x
this Sunday promises to be larger than bands on birds can obtain same trom reached their full growth. There were
wai made in the l. 0. <). F. cemetery. licutenant eolonel.
tend my heal wishes for proapenty,
secretary by enclosing with entry fee also several blossoms which had not
Major C. E. Dentley, of Ila 15th in
Mr. Churchill died at a San Francia-
tint it ace urn to me that you will have
two ami one-half cents per band for yet developed into berries.
City Bouda Sold.
laaly wii » fanlry, »tationed at Pori lami, in-
co hospital Dec. Hth. Th
number need- g.
berries were grown right out in the
to have more advertiaiiiK to no with
»pected thè property of
The issue o f $,6000 of improvement
brought here Saturday.
the amount of new* you ge l up to make
Should birds be entered ami not open without any protection whatever
Deceaned wa» 24 year» of uge. lie and gave an uddre»» in Die evening on bonds recently advertised by the city
it pay. tiood luck to you anyway.
shown, the fees for same will go to the from the weather,
wan lairn at Eikhead, Dougin« county, mililHry mailer» to mernlier» o f thè council ha* been sold to J . II. <'au»ey
thi» »tate. Hu leave», heaiden wife regiment. Every soldier who heard & Co., of Denver. The deal was closed
W. W. H U N T LE Y .
and parent», two brother», Floyd, of him iHlk ha» higher and better ideals with an agent of the company this
I Sutlierlin, Oregon, und L'he»lry. !.. of of the solider’ » life than fie ever bad week, and the bonds will be taken up
for same forfeited to the association.
tlii» city, and two ai»ler». Mr». Walter iiefore and his visit was greatly ap- as soon as approved by the company.
A ll birds must be in the show room BIG A N IM A L S W I L L BE PROPA-
Tiiralkill, of Portland, and Mrs. Laura preciated.
I he bond» were taken at par.
by 10 a. m. Monday, December 18,
GATED IN ST AT E .
KirtU-y, o f Jacksonville, Oregon.
1911. Birds will be received and cared
LOTTAGh GROVE DOG MAKES
Mr. Churchill had made Co(
1 for on the 16th and 17th.
. . . .
HER FIRST CATCH-
Grove his home most of tils life and
All coops and crates must be ad- P le n t y of Verdant
P ^ t u r a g e for
was well ami favorably known here.
tbe Large and Beautiful Au-
UNDER BANK OF COTTAGE GROVE IN dressed to the Lane County Poultry
Eugene burglar Qunklv Traced to Ill« many friends regret hi» taking olf
association, Eugene, Oregon, express-
NEW M A N A G E M E N T .
just in the prime of life. He was
Hla Lair hy Cottage Grove
taken to San
That Oregon creamery need not take i Through the efforts of M ate Game
Oct. lat suffering with dmp»y. Medi
J. T. Donovan Retires from Oregon Now Occupies Corner of Jones’
aecoid place in manufacture of dairy harden L. Finley, on his recent visit
cal an! could do nothing for him, how
Hotel; Billings and Bartell
Building Recently Vacated by
products was stated on undoubted at Washington, D. C., the government
The Ci ttuge Grove blood hound made ever, and the end wan not unexpected.
authority at the recent convention of bas been persuaded to donate fifteen
il» hr»* catch Sunday in tracing a Eu
A fine country place on the bank of
butter and cheese makers in Portland. ebl to the state of Oregon.
gene burglar. The hound traced the
( 'ns ked river. Crook county, coating
biirglur to Ida lair in a few minutes. .
The Oregon hotel ha* changed hands,
The Bank of (Cottage Grove is now Prof. John Sollie, of Albert I.ea, animals will be taken from the forest
. . . $6t),uuu, ia pmmiHcd by Henry Met all
The fiutimi wus hi charge of Marshall .
W. C. Billings, formerly o f lairane, comfortably settled in its new home in Minn., chief judge o f the exhibits, reserves o f Wyoming, crated and trans
the son in-law of Thomas W. Lawson,
Frank Snodgru«», who i» much pleased
and C. A. Bartell, who ha* hud charge the Jones' building, corner Main and »aid he was surprised at the high quali ported to Oregon as soon as the people
of Boston. Mr. Met'all ha» bought 4<si
with the record made during the first
of the Oregon grill, having succeeded Fourth streets, just across Fourth ty of cheese and butter he found here. o f this state provide an adequate pas
acres and will make a beautiful fiume
He said the butter show would rank ture for them. They will become the
real try out
J. T. Donovan as proprietors. Mr. street from the First Nations
of it. This I* one result of the visit of
any he had judged in New York 8 0 property of Oregon and serve to
Sheriff Itown saj* tin- blood bound,
tine Lorane property was
Mr. Lawson to Oregon last summer.
remodeled since the First National and the eastern states.
perpetuate a race o f noble animal» that
which is a young female, worked
a consideration in the deal.
is rapidly becoming extinct.
splendidly, ami fie could recommend
Do your Christmas shopping early.
in the northwestern part of the state
the animal to any oflicer desirous of
business during the time Mr. Donovan more attractive appearance on Main
there is a 2500-acre pasture that has
catching a criminal. Others who saw
Girl Dies of Burns.
Eyes of eastern people have been been set aside by the national govern-
Die dog aay her work could no* lie beat
The little seven-year-old daughter of WH* ’*uc 1,1 the up-to-date manner in terior also had much added to it in the
en. She w i i recently brought here Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kinsley, o f lasik which the grill ha.» I «-on condurted way o f a steel ceiling and new decora- i fixed on Oregon during the past two mer,t for testing the utility of a coyote
weeks. The governors’ specia, learry- Pro° I fence. It is said to have proven
from Michigan by a company of Cot ing Glass, who had Die misfortune to bv Mr Bartell.
Both banks o f the city are now- lo- ing an exhibit of state products, has e le ctive for that purpose and the for-
tage Grove buxines* men.
Chriatmaa ramile» 15 cents per box
tie liadly scalded u few days ago by
■ated at the same corner.
heen visiting the principal cities of estry service, according to W arden Pin-
.-joine time Saturdsy night the office fulling into a vat of hot water which at Brund & Co.’s.
the country and has attracted great
'* willing to give this big park to
ut the factory of tin- Eugene Ice and
was being used for scalding hogs,
M A N Y ROADS TO EUGENE.
Oregon has ' the state as an elk reserve. The mat*
to ld Storage company, ut the north passed away lust Friday evening. The HOUSE W A R M IN G SUCCESSFUL.
l»een favored with more interest than
location, however, has not been
end of Ferry ntreet, was broken into
accident occurred on the J. E. VN illiums
Eugene Newspapermen Imbibed Too County Seat Expects To Be Quite a any other state, judging from the great settled, as this is a question that will
and a small amount <>f money ami some farm.
The little girl was playing
number o f inquiries asked o f those on be left largely to the state at large,
slainp* were tukcu. F. M. Carter,
R ailw ay Center.
near the vat when she was accidently
as it is distinctly a matter o f public
principal owner and manager of the
jostled by n hired hand, when she top
The Eugene Commercial cluli’s house
No less than six railroads are now
plant, discovered the burglary during
ple»! into the boiling water. She was warming last Fridav evening was a under actual construction toward the
state has played a prominent part.
The Wyoming elk are magnificent
Die forenoon ami notified Sheriff Down,
immediately jerked out and everything successful affair in every way. There cilv of Eugene, and this winter and
Oregon Day, Decemb«*r 7, was marked speciment and it is believed that they
The sheriff asked if any one hail been
possible was done to relieve the in- are those, thougii, who fear that the next summer promise to be exceeding-
in Die office during the forenoon, and
tense pain of the little .offerer, whose newspapermen of that citv must have l> busy in this part of the Willamette by 8 very^ large
He' l o g i c a l ' ! u r ' e y ^ f the^Tp^rt-
receiving a reply hi the negative, he
h.aly was badly burned from the neck imbibed too freely of aomethirg beaide. valley. The roads are: Oregon Elec -»ted
" ho JJ*
ment of agriculture will meet part of
telephoned to Marshall Miodgrusa to
enthusiasm. It is claimed that no law- trie extension from Salem and Albany more of Oregon. A
8 1 „ the ex
tg of cratin
firing the I i I imh I hound to Eugene on
Tjie funeral was held at Looking abiding citizen in a dry town could per- to Eugene; Southern Pacific line to 8bow. which opens this week .or 11 . . . . . . .
the no.ni train, us tins would l>e a good Glass last Sunday, services being con- petrate the following write-up of the Cooa B a y ; Oregon Eastern Harriman) da-va- < >regon will also be represented ^
The fooJ for the winter
.op|M>rtunity to teal its skill, inasmuch ducted by Rev. A. C. Vernon.
To banquet, which appeared in the Regis- from Klamath Falls, over half of by delegates and
Rev. A. I'. Vernon,
will have to be provided by the people
aa no one had entered the office after
which lias been completed; Oregon big features will do much to point land-
mourn her loss the little girl leaves ter ;
of Oregon. It is expected they will oe
the biirglur hud liiii*lied his work, g i v
" Feminine beauty, sartorial elegance ‘ Eastern through Malhuer canyon to hungry people to this state, where ag-
tier parents and several brother» ami
moved by February and some definite
ing tin- iiiiimul s clear trail.
and masculine pulchritude.coupled with Burns and eventually to the Eugene- ricultural opportunity awaits them,
sisters. Yoncalla Times, Hth.
action as to location must be taken
Marshall Snialgrass was instructed by
witty retort, bon mot and repartee in- Klamath line; Pacific Great Western
before that time.
Sheriff Dow n to get off the train at
termingled with stringed harmonies to l oo# Bay; and Portland, Eugene &
Several other states have tried to se
Springlield Junction, and the sheriff i m n u u i o lo n i\ U L .J l 111 d i n i L i atul 8 t r i d , n t s t r , j n 8 o f chortling jinglea Eastern from Monroe to Eugene.
cure these elk in the past, and Oregon
niei him there with an automobile,
of local color amid dazzling ligiits and
bringing him on into the city. The
Competition. SMOOTH N E W S P A P E R AGENTS people to feel proud at having been sue-
CONTEST BRINGS BIG GAIN IN laughter were the ingredients of the Eliminates
cesaful in interesting the government
hound was ut once taken into tile office
Ministers o f the gospel from other
HAVE D ISA PPE A R E D .
housewarming and reception gaieties
M E M B E R SH IP.
in its decision to honor Oregon in this
o f the ice works, and after sniffing
which reached one grand crescendo of » l * te* cannot Perform marriage eer-
way. Its own elk will soon be e x
around a while, durted out the door.
notable success at the Commercial emonies in Oregon, according to an
She led the party to a small house in Cottuge Grove Grange Will Have club home last night, thus signalizing ° P * " ' ° " written by Attorney ^General Had No Authority to Dispose of tinct. With a starter of 15 animals,
there ought soon to be quite a respect
William Randolph Hearst’ s
the neighborhood o f Die roek crusher
the Largest Membership
the final and crowning triumph o f the Crawford a few’ days ago. The new
herd. I t is absolutely necessary
ut the old tannery and refused to go
duh members in their completion and law requiring all ministers to file
that public sentiment be aroused in
further. The occupant submitted to
statements of their authority to sol
i occupancy o f the new club home.
this behalf, as it is a matter that can
seurch anil wiis tiiken to the court
emnize uisrnage contracts, provides
The newspaper solicitors who were
be brought about by this method.
house, ami Deputy District Attorney
that they shall be ministers or priests here some time ago taking sub9crip-
Bryson put him through a course o f meinliers now on the waiting list are plete in every detail and appointment of churches or congregations w ithin tions for the San Francisco Examiner’ s | }*
questioning, and the amount
o f money
wil1 bt' thp ,arK‘ ’*l in lhe a u d ru n n in g t h e g a m u t o fv a rio u s e z e r - the state. So ministers from Idaho, Weekly and offering to give a dozen behind Warden Finley in this effort, as
found on his person corresponded with 8t" u*- H* nearest competitor w il l b e | c i » e s and ceremonies, the affair sur- W ashington, or any other state cannot white Leghorn chickens from Hearst’s he has given his word that Oregon will
stolen from the desk. I.ut
Kvenin« Stl*r « r“ n* e at «'«rtlamL
passed far and away the most sanguine cross the state line and perform mar- chicken ranch with each order, are find a place to house these animals if
The recent meinliership contest re- • x p °‘‘ tations o f the great gathering of
the government would giv e them.
riage ceremonies in Oregon, nor can probably swindlers. They took a num-
suited in surprising gams. Die member-
hosts assembled to do honor to the
they secure the right to do so by any oer 0f orders here, but so far neither
ship being increased from 98 to 378. I auspicious event. There was a general
means. This opinion was written in papers nor chickens have arrived, and
Two weeks avo a big c I hss was given a' r ° f Ha't ty a,,d good fellowship over answer to an inquiry from Robert ( ’. the chances are that those who ex-
the first two degrees, but there are tho who,e asaemblage. which caused Lee, of Huntington, near the Idaho pected to get a dozen Leghorna and the
yet list on the waiting liat, most of
Heeling hours of the evening to tlit boundary line in eastern Oregon.
American Weekly three years for $¡3.00
the past like moving pictures,
TO BE ERECTED CORNER SEC
are probably out their cash.
JESSE DARLING TO EXHIBIT
Fancy Frills Cut Out.
j meeting tomorrow.
The fir8t hour o i the reception was giv-
Other towns along the line have be
OND AND MAIN.
W ILLA M E T T E PRODUCTS.
Highsounding titles and the cus
Thc grange ia now in a very prospar- en over to greeting ol friends, acquain-
come suspicious because o f the delay
nus condition, and there is some talk tanres and visitors and to an animated tomary " m y dear sirs," and " m y dear
in receipt of the goods, and answers
New Structure To Have 75-Foot among members of starting h move for 8,,rtie of the gathering in an intimate Mr. So-and-so," have been barred from
received to telegrams sent to the Ex- Vegetables from Lorane Valley and
the building o f a grange hall, the pres umI Interested inspection of the various the offices of the Southern Pacific coni- uminer from Rosehurg stiIII further
F'rontuge and To Be Two
Grain and Grasses from Currin
ent quarters being far too small for the NpartmenU and appointments of the puny. An order went out a few days strengthen the opinion that the agents
Farm Sent to Wisconsin.
increased mem lie rs hip.
have fiown with the money.
joined the various groups and acted as dt.nt of the company, directing that
The men traveled under the names
A new brick building is under con
Cottage Grove fruit, vegetables,
escorts in the various little side trips henceforth in all communications be-
Somers Elected Vice-President.
of Sullivan and Noke, transacted their
sideration for Cottage Grove, Alfred
grains and grasses will be exhibited at
o f drifting about the spacious interior tween employes of the line, rank or
business so openly anti were such re
S. Powell ami W. It. Cooper, being
Milwaukee, Wis., to entice residents
and everybody was made to feel thor- station notwithstanding, the customary
spectable looking fellows that while
the gentlemen who have the proposi paths ut Eugene Saturday, Dr. H. H.
o f that state to this fertile section of
oughly at home in the enjoyments pro- salutations would not be tolerated,
Somers, o f this city, was elected vice-
their proposition seemed to be an un
tion under consideration.
vided for the evening of social com-
From now on the missives will be
usually good one, no suspicion was at
I f erected, the building will he put president. Dr. A. M. Smith, of Eu
A shipment of two boxes, containing
headed plain "John Sm ith," and signed
tached to them until it was known that
up at the southeast corner o f Main gene was elected president and Dr. J.
vegetables furnished by Hardy Crow,
they had disappeared unexpectedly and
and Second streets and will be con G. Hurst, o f the same place, whs
o f Lorane, and grains and grasses from
L. S. Hill and W. H. A hrams attend mand,” "yours respectfully,” etc., al
that no chickens had apneared.
structed of brick, two stories In height, elected secretary and treasurer.
the Felix Currin farm, near Cottage
lowed. Letterheads also are under the
The organization will lie called the
and have a frontage of 76 feet. In ad
waa made Monday,
Following is one o f the fak e tele-
dition lo the vacant property ut Dus Lane county Osteopathic association.
in the Southern Pacific office from this forward to a network o f interurban
Mr. Darling is heavily interested in
corner it will take in the ground now
electric lines that will greatly facili- orchard lands in the Lorane valley
"Oshkosh, Wis., Dec 8, 1911.
occupied by Milne A McQueen’ s and spread the principles o f the osteopath-
You can judge the kind o f job print- tate travel and inter-community life in will exhibit the products where they
ic science to the public generaBy and "in form a tion Bureau,
Die bicycle ahop.
ing a newspaper does hy the kind of a that section o f the state. Plans are will do most good.
"E u gen e Commercial Club,
The plans are not fully matured us aid in every manner in the upbuilding
The shipment was gotten together
” 1» Cottage Grove, Oregon, in Lane paper it prints. The Sentinel is w ill announced of a trolley line from
yet, but it is more than likely that the of thHt school o f practice for diseases.
by Hemenway & Lockwood.
Meetings o f the association will be
building will be put up in the near fu
the interme»liate cities.
" N . E. S. M IT H .”
Legal blanks at the Sentinel office.
held at the call of the president.
15 FINE ELK FOR OREGON
HOUND GETS THE BURGLAR
••■■e HOTEL CHANGES HANDS IN ITS NEW QUARTERS
rR AWre I ARfFST IN ^\TATF
NEW BRICK BUILDING
FOR COTTAGE GROVE
MEN MAY BE SWINDLERS
VEGETABLES AND GRAIN
SHIPPED TO MILWAUKEE