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C O T T A G E G R O V E , O R E G O N , F R I D A Y , D E C E M B E R 2 2 , 1911
PREACHERS REPORT 0N
AN EDITOR’S SERM0N
PRKACHF.R ANI) EDITOR
UMANO E PLACES FOK A DAY.
Nrwapuprrinan'a Utterunceh Packed
wlth Barbeil Wire, Trulli and
Logic, Sa ya Preacher.
Tht* fullu w in g fro lli d ir Ha le ili Stalo»-
•inni In O h * re pori by P t r a r l i t r K. h.
V m l,’i l ' n ini uditi'd T ln iriiiluy'» H'.alea-
liiun, « b ile thè e d ito r preui-hcd u »er-
moli in I i I h rh u ri'h ilio night lai foro
‘ "l'Iio imn li tulkod-of cxrhangc lio-
I w o o ii l ' I l v Editor Uockhart Miai Evan-
Ig eila ! V iola ti took plaaa luit night.
Ilio editor occupi od ilio piiIpii ni tho
rovtvul m eetin g limi w m greeted liy hii
mnlioiiro iliiit imokoil Ilio auditorium
nini bnloony nlinoni lo onnuolly, Mudi
IntoroNt limi booti nroo-ioil ovor Ilo- np
|io,unn o uf (ho odltor ili Ilio pulplt nini
moro wn» arnuxed wbon ho n'eppod In-
foro tbo grcnt nudionco. I l i , m e » » a g f
w ii » packed wilh bnrboil miro, nnlionlon,
patbon, trulli nini ilivinriblo lo«io, nini
bo brlil li ih nmllonoo on tbo liptoo o f
oxpoctnlioii froin ilio hi-ginning u nii1
'* * l'bo t'huroh III Dintronn, ’ wmh hi»
U n'ino ami IC nm nni I :10 hi» to ni.
A f lo r u b rio f n talom on t oonoornina u
oonvornatloii ili wbiob ih,* ovaii|(olÌHl
limi nani Ilio iiovunpaporn ooubl bo im
Lockhart proceeded to ».
" i l i o oblìi, b ii'ina lln
broniloil nonno noodod fu m a , and fur
tlior proooodod lo Ioli bow il oould bo
dono. Ilo <poko uh tbo frioml, noi tbo
onomy o f tho rhurch. <ayiiig
I rollilo iny ronnon I nhnll bo n rhurrb
” Tbo dintronn in wrbtoh tbo rb u ro b
li min it n o lf I h b rn u a b l a b o lii by Ilio f i n i
t i. n l ih o r h u r r b in m in im a tb o a ro n t,
< Old Inumi on puao 2
“ BACK TO TH E SOIL”
"B id d io g for Ilio l lo m n o o k r r , " and
tbo gront “ Hack lo tbo S u ll" mnvomonl
aro aubjocla of u aleren p tican ta lk lo
bo a*voti boro liy M an ag er I). ('. Kree-
a m an, o f th è Eugene C o m m erc ial club.
P i i.o i.aniH of ili,- ta lk i> s i idea of tbo
t intuba and otbor onntorn land show».
In a io tlo r lo tbo C om m ercial rlu b ,
rond a t tho ro au lnr m o etin a Momluy
m a h t. Mr. Eroe man anni bo wun roady
lo d o liver tbo Io d u ro al any tim o . A
rum m i Iter wns H|i|«ontod to m n kr tbo
iirooaaury nrrnnaom onla fo r tbo ta lk .
M r. K ro o m a n requeata t iia t tbo boni
buainraa moli of tb<- ro m m u n ity la*
p ro a v n t*
M a rrird
Pcoples' Club to Mect.
T h o A rn i m o e tin a o f th o M n rn o d
l ’ooplon* c lu b o f th o M. K. c h u r r h w i ll
bo b o lli a l l'h illip n b a ll n o x t W ednea-
day e v e n u ta . A h o t d in n o r « i l i bo
aorvud a t li :4f* p. ni. A l l m a rn o d m on i-
bora o f ilio rn n g rc g a tio n aro h o u r t ily
u ra o il to I h * proNont. K a rh w om an ih
re q u e tte d to in fo r n i tb o r o m m itto o a t
uiioo un to w h a t u rta -io o f forni aho « i l i
fu rn ÌH Ìi. T h o ro w i ll bo no n d m issm n
^ ' jo , and tb o H lfu ir prom iaoa to bo im o
o f th o b ia a o n t Hooilll aucoosacia o f th o
■ousoii. T h o ro w i ll I h * a p ro a ra m .
LOCAI. HOY IS HONORED.
Wins Second Plate on Uuivrraitv
DIVIDING UP OF ACREAGE;
BIG THING FOR GROVE
LOCAL TREES IN DEMAND IS INJURED IN RUNAWAY
BUSINESS CHANGES HANDS
CLOVER IS NOW IN BLOOM FAIRVIEW BUYS CRYSTAL
Levy for 1<J12 Ia Made One Brought Out by Methodist Pastor
Mill Less than for
in Address to Large Audience
Clock like team-work of Koseliurg
high school team brought about by aix
weeks' pre-season practice, spelt dis
astrous defeat to the high school lads
from (¡ullage (¡rove when they met Ht
Koseliurg Wednesday. While Cottage
Grove high school lads were finishing
the foot-hull season Kosebiirg high
school wuh faithfully practicing basket
ball, having had no foot ball team, anil
hence the aeore 411 to fi, w h s not as ilia-
enuraging as it looked. However, the
local lads are a match for Koaehurg
high school and may surprise them in
the return gHme when coach Marks-
bury hopes to have much impruved
team work. The line-up;
^M edle y...............
H. F ............. Illakoly
Wooda.................... L. F.................Black
S p e n c e r ................. C. . ....J e w e tt
M a r t i n ................... R.
G . ....... Keible
Matthews, Capt. L. G. Hammond, Capt.
F. B. Phillips Can Find No Hat Big
Enough to Fit.
UNIVERSITY WINS OUT
IN THE FIRST ROUND
ANOTHER LARGE TRACT UNDER CONSIDERATION
FOR ALSO SOME GOOD POINTS
The tax levy for Collage (¡rove for
1912 will be 14 mills. Sueh was the
levy made at an adjourned meeting of
the council Tuesday night.
one mill leas thsn for the yt-Mr of lu ll.
The levy is divided as follows : Ten
Quills for general purposes, one mill for
sewers, three mills for streets.
HEAD BADLY SWELLED.
1200-Acre Tract of Land Recently Purchased to
Be Sub-Divided in Plats to Suit
ONE $10,000 REALTY DEAL.
Carlton Hpeneer, of Ibm <• ity, aim of
Friends of F. B. Phillips, noting the
HANDED DOWN IN
Mr ami Mm. K, It. Hponoor, ban won
unusual proportions o f his “ dome’ ’
aeeond plaoo on the imiverHily th bating
Tuesday morning feared very much
team. Tbo eomplete tnum in :
that something serious was wrong with
Loon Itay, 'lit, Carlton Spencer. 'Id,
him and that he was taking unwar Case Will Be Appealed to Court of
Earl J oiiom , 12, Ralph Monro», ' 12, I’ .
ranted chances hv not visiting a com
Last Resort and Final Result
('. I'rookot*, *11, alt-mute, V. I'. Mot-
petent physician at once. The |>eculiar
Nohamliai-bor, 'l l .
»mile that radiated his usualy sunshiny
Carlton Speiiocr, who won Die Ore-
countenance was so pronounced and so
aon Inloroollcgiatc nratorial oimtoat
The University of Oregon wins the
much broader than usual that it a^
lual year, debated two yearn aao
flrst round in the famous reterendum
i,nre became apparent f that something
aauiiiHl Utah ami Idaho, bavina woo
case, and, according to the decision of
unusual wait ap arid that the enlarge
tbo alumni mo.lnl for that year.
Judge Galloway, handed down yester
ment referred to was not causing him
Dohalon bavo boon arranaod with
day, the secretary of state is restrained
any considerable discomfiture. That
Washington, Utah and Stanford, al Two I rails Will Mean 20(H) Acres Divided Among Large Number
from placing on the ballot the question
he was himself fully aware o f the in
tbouah tbo date» are not decided. The
of the $->»0,000 appropriation for the
of New Settlers in the Willamette.
creasing proportions o f his “ think
nix di-hatorrt oboaon will make up three
tank” was apparent from the fact that
touni.H ol t « u oaoli, but it will not be
The case would have been appealed
What will be one o f the biggont nounced whether or not they will plant he s|ient most of the day making the
known for neveral day» bow they will
the supreme court, no matter which
thing» timt bus ever happened for Cot
the land to fruit trees for purchasers, rounds o f the furnishing stores in an
lie allV lied.
lago (¡rovo i» to be developed from but It is learned that sueh is intended. endeavor to buy a lid of suitable mag way decided, and final result is, of
course, only problematical.
the 1.200 acres of lumi northeast
The new owners o f the tract do not nitude. His search was unsuccessful.
Meet Again Alter 25 Years.
The announcement o f the decision
of the city recently purchased by A. get complete possession until next F. B. was also unusually generous
Meetma lua brother for the brut time
was the occasion for much rejoicing
C. Keeney, of (Tcswell, ami .1. E. October, but the fact that they are with cigars that day.
in 25 year», .1. W. Orr arrived ln»t
on the part of the friends o f the ap
Thomas, of California.
going ahead with their plans under
His frinds have riot get solved the
week from Sun J imio . Calif., ami ih viait-
The men who bought tbo tract are such conditions indicates that some mystery, but it is suspicioned that the propriation.
ina at tin- <i. W. Orr home. Mr Orr
already making arrangements to put thing is going to be doing when they 9-lb. boy that arrived that morning,
STREET ORDINANCE AGAIN.
ih aoincwhat ,>f a globe trotter, ai.tl
it on the market in »mall orchard do get possession.
the first in a family o f four, could give
ban boon m nearly every oountry h i
tracts. The necessary surveying work
It is also learned that another traet some incriminating information.
Report from Street-Naming Commit
tin- earth, which acoounla f..r tho Iona
ia now being done, u substantial wire of 7on acres is to be purchased by out
tee Made this Week.
For job printing that has class, try
Intervals between bin visits to rola-
fence is being built along the highway side parties, and that the same plan
A report from the committee having
aide of the properly and a petition for will be carrie I out with this tract.
in charge the work of renaming and
H. S. ANNUAL STAFF.
HOBO WAS CONVICT.
renuml>ering the streets of the citywas
properly accessible has been made to ami 2,tMki acres of the finest land in
made at the adjourned meeting o f the
Editors of Annual and Student
Man Killed at Eugene Was Escaped council Monday night. A complete re-
It ih understood that the tract will in such close proximity to the city
Hotly Officers Elected.
l»ort is expected at the next meeting,
lie »old in any size to nuit the purchas limits means much for the future of
Tbo editorial staff for tbo hiah achool
A hobo getting off of a freight here which falls on New Year's Day and
ers, The owners have not yet an- ( ¡ottage (¡rove.
uoiiual ban been »elected, ami ia at fol
Saturday night reported that his part- will probably be postponed on that ac
low. Editor in-rhief, lilant-lio Voat.-h ,
i ner had fallen off at Eugene and been count. The committee referred to has
bunirioaa manaaor, Albert Woodard,
run over. It was at thought that the had a stupendous job, as it is endeav
literary editor, Kloru I'billipn; art
i man was a hobo, hut it has since de oring to so name and number the
editor, Claude Demon »t . nonet) otli-
veloped that he was Arthur Boyd, a | streets that there will be no difficulty
lor, Marauorito Jt hiiHuii; atbletu- odi INQUIRY IS RECEIVED F R O M THUS. SCOTT THROWN FROM young man 24 years o f age, who had whatever in finding a certain number
tor, (¡on. Matthew»; fre»hman reporter,
1 been sent lo the pen from The Dalles on a certain street by even a total
GROWER IN HAWAII.
WAGON AND BRUISED.
Itoa» A w brey; »nphumore ro|M>rtor,
for an offense not given out, who had stranger.
, earned the position of trusty for good
For job printing that has class, try
Cedar Springs Nursery Has Long Team Runs Away while Making
butt her Emerson. »enior reporter, Aud-
liehavior and ran away with another the Sentinel.
Steep Descent of Knox Hill
Distance Call for Willamette
roy l.anadoo. A fter tiie election an
trusty, Charles Fox. A fte r stealing
Valley Fruit Trees.
hour and a half program wit-, rendered
I some clothing, including an overcoat,
under tbo direction of tbo literary
at the school tor feeble minded, they
An inquiry for apple trees has been
Tho*. Scott, who lives on Fourth got aboard the trucks of No. 15 Satur
The following nlticera of tbo Htutlonl received from the Hawaiian Islands by street, just this side of the bridge, day night and at the depot yards in
The harwdare firm o f Griffin &
body have been oleototl : Prcaident. tin' Cedar Springs Nursery, o f this was quite seriously bruised up W'ednet- Eugene Boyd fell off his precarious Veatch change 1 hands Saturday, the
Harry Martin; t*lii exocutivr, Je»»c city.
The inquiry was received by i bay afternoon when bis team ran position and was almost instantly new owner being B. S. Swengel, an
experienced hardware man, who re
McDowell, llith executive, Clia» Har Manager Moras Ust week, and infor away while coming down Knox hill.
low; lltli executive, Alla-rl Womlard . mation both as to cost o f the trees and
Mr. Scott was thrown from the
Monday Sheriff Bown received an cently sold out at Bandon, Ore., where
I2tb executive, Ituth Woodard, trees- cost of transportation « a , asked for. wagon, while the horses continued inquiry by 'phone about the dead man ! he was manager of the Bandon Hard-
urer, (¡len ilaiikin», »ecrelary, Carrie
Mr. Morns finds Inal the ehea|ieal their way into the city, where they , and tatisied marks on the arms con 1 ware Co. for two years, l.'ndt-r the
W « id.
way to ship will be by mail, and if the were slopped. Medical attention was firmed beyond a doubt that the dead new management the business will be
1 lie high school liand Is progre»»ing pared» pa-t was in dTt-cl lie could secured for Mr. Scott as soon as pos man is the escaped convict, Boyd. conducted under the name of the Swer.-
with ita work mroly. and ih practicing easily deliver the trees at moderate sible, and, while he was suffering from His partner, Charles Fox, is probably gel Hardware Co.
The policy of the store will be the
two or three time» a week.
price». As it is he coukl ship them several severe bruises it was found , the man who got off the trucks here
cheaper to Norway than he cmii to that no hones were broken. The team and told o f Boyd's falling off the same us it has been in the past and
New Officers of Orange.
1 Hawaii, or to the next postotfice a was not injured, although in coming truck, but guardedly gave no names will be conducted on the same plan.
At the meeting of Cottage (¡rove mile from here, as far as that is con down the bib they ran into another that would have identified him and set The stock will be kept neat, complete
grange Saturday a largo amount of cerned.
and up-to-date and will be sold at a
' team belonging to Wm. Kelly, injuring , the authorities on his “track.
price as low as consistent with a
initiatory work « a » done ami the fol
However, even under present condi both wagons. Mr. Scott is an elder-
Showed Cates How to Milk.
lowing officers elected for the onauing tions Mr. Morss thinks he will be able : ly man, but is getting along as com-
reasonable profit. Orvel Knapp and Ben
James Hemenway, accompanied by Groff, who have proved themselves
fortably as possible.
to make the sale of trees.
Mr. Hemenway, spent Wednesday efficient clerks, will be retained in the
Master, (¡. W. McFarland; overseer,
night at the Cates ranch and demon business.
I). It. Hainan!; secretary, S. H. Mors»,
strated to Farmer Lew the proper and
Mr. Swengel says that in his visit
treasurer, Itobt. Cooley; steward, Cur-
recognised manner o f extracting the along the S. P. he saw no store south
tm Vealch; lecturer, Lena S. Veatch ;
chaplain, Fannie Moran; gate keeper,
The Crystal propetty has been pur lacteal fluid from the bovine quadra- of Portland that compared in amount
Kcd clover and orchard grass in
M M Wheeler; »»»isla n l »toward, blossom in the latter part of December chased by the Fairview, the ileal being ped commonly referred to as a cow. S c f stock and the condition of same
ChoHtor C row e; Corea, Misa Osie Cur is something not common enough but closed last week. This brings about Cates says the experiment was only with the store conducted by Griffin &
rin; Flora, Miss Vera Crowe I.. (i. S.. that it causes comment even in the a consolidation o f the two properties, moderately successful and that Col. Veatch and it will be his aim to main
Miss Edna Ashby.
fertile Willa r ette. The phenomenal! with the result that the stamp mill Hemenway's portly and rotund form tain the reputation already attained.
Mrs. Swengel will be here to spend
spoken of can be seen Ht the Walnut now on the Crystal can be used for the does not prevent him from exhibiting
Chriatmas tree exorcises « i l l be
Avenue farm, anil Mr. C'urrin is going ore of the Fairview, which has had no the agility o f youth when the exigen Christmas and Mr. and Mrs. Swengel
hoItl at tho Presbyterian church tonight
to tiring some in Saturday to be put on mill. Operation o f the mill will be cies of the moment seems to demand will start housekeeping as soon as a
ami at the Christian and llaptist
house can be secured.
commenced in the spring.
exhibition in the Sentinel office.
churches toinnrruw night.
14-MILL TAX FOR GROVE DRAWBACKS TO SOCIALISM
The making of preposterous state
ments by those claiming affiliation
with socialism, the decrying of leader
ship amt lack uf familiarity with the
hible, were stated as threeof the draw
backs to socialism in Kev. Sutcliffe's
lecture in the M. E. church Sunday
evening on “ What About Socialisin'.’ ”
Kev. Sutcliffe's lecture drew a large
audience, caiiccinlly of those of the
socialistic belief. The speaker handled
the subject very ably from the v ie w
point of the rhurch.
On the aeeond point mentioned he
asked hi» hearers to try to imagine
what socialism could do if it hail a
leader that could do for the many what
Morgan has done for the few. On the
third |Kiint, he stated that even if
socialism should get all its platform
call» for it still would be doing nothing
for the man, his character and dispo
sition. He believed that to make so
cialism a success it must be socialism,
He urged upon socialists a
greater familiarity with the hible,
stating that therein could he found the
best arguments for thier propaganda.
On Sunday evening, the .'Ust, the
subject o f Kev. Sutcliffe's lecture will
be “ Socialism, Plu s." This will con
clude a seriea of three on socialism.
BOOST C. G.
PRAISES COTTAGE GROVE RAZING HAS COMMENCED
Past Will Have Write-Ups in New Year
Both of the Eugene dailies, the
Bond for deed H. Venske et. ux. to
W. It. Cooper et. al., K interest in lot - Guard and Register, are getting out
1, west half lot 2, block 4, Shield’ s large New Year editions which will
contain write-ups o f Cottage Grove.
addition to ('ottage Grove, $10,000.
Release o f bond for deed George W. The Guard will have a two-column
McCjueen et al. to II. and Mary Venske. write-up with cuts, and the Register a
Requests for such
Kola Neis to Jessie H. Powell, east
articles have been mude o f the seere-
A lot 3 in block 3 of McFarland s addi
j tary o f the Commercial club and the
tion to Cottage Grove, $1.
' first one has been furnished.
J. E. Young to S. V. Allison and C.
Madsen, east 28 feet of lot 3 in block f>
Stores Have Been Busy.
o f McFarland's addition to Cottage
The past week has been a busy one
with local merchants, and, i f the
Jessie H. Powell to S. V. Allison, amount o f trade is any criterion, every
east 4 o f lot 3 in block 3 o f Me Ear- o n e is certain to be well supplied with
land's addition to Cottage Grove.
Christmas gifts next Monday. The
J. H. Garoutte to W. H. Cooper, stores have found it necessary to keep
traet in Long & l.andess addition to | open evenings the last three days of
Cottage Grove, $10.
this week in order to uccommodate the
Herman Venske to Anna G. I.egat, trade, but employes and employers
tract in D. I.. McFarland’ s aeeond addi ) will enjoy a well-earned rest Sunday
and Monday. The stores will not be
tion to Cottage Grove, $1.
.1. F. Daugherty to \nna (>. I.egat, opened at all on Christmas Day.
THE NEW BRICK BUILDING ASSURED
Representative of Portland Cement Part of Building To Be Used for
Modern Theater, so it Is
Co. Says Cottage Grove and
Sentinel Are Dandies.
Work has been commenced tearing
“ O f all the cities I have visited in
this part o f Oregon I like Cottage down the old buildings to make way
Grove the best, and you certainly are for the erection of a modern, Are proof,
destined, with your unlimited natural two-story brick building at the corner
resources, your lumber, your mines, of Main and Second streets. As soon
your farm and fruit land, to be one of as the old buildings are raized the con
the best cities of the state.” So said struction work will commence.
The new building, which is being
Martin Erlenbach, o f New York, who
was in the city this week on business erected by W. B. Cooper and A. S.
for the Cortland Cement Co.
And he Powell, will have a 75-foot frontage
added : “ 1 certainly am surprised at and extend back to the alley.
The builders have not as yet stated
the quality o f paper being put out by
the Sentinel. 1 have traveled all over what the new building will be used for,
this country and I have seen nothing but it is reported that the use of
to equal it. It is newsy, it is spicy, part of it for a modern, complete and
it is neat and well printed.
Much up-to-date theater is contemplated.
bigger cities might well brag o f such The closing o f the Grand opera house
leaves but one show house in the city,
west 100 feet o f lot 2 in block 1 o f D.
Mr. Erlenbach said that he hoped to with no accommodations for any large
Crush at Express Office and Post
G. McFarland's 3rd addition to Cottage
some time make Oregon his home and copmany, so that the rumor seems pos
that the Willamette had him going.
The local postotfice and express office
Among the transfers o f real proper
Advertising pays -in the Sentinel.
11,100 School Children in Lane.
ty recorded this week is that of 81 are feeling the crush due to the en
The school census figures from each
acres near Drain from Josephine Kor- larged business at Christmas time. As Making Improvements at Arcade.
I of the many districts in the county
inek to H. A. Kaeppler, consideration i is usual, the largest number of pack
The successful business being con
has been reported to County School
ages are coming in at the last moment
not stated. Drain Nonpareil.
ducted at the Arcade has convinced
Superintendent H. C. Baughman, and
City of Cottage Grove to F. J. Kar and the forces at both places are kept the proprietors, Messrs.
he figures up the total number of chil
tells. lots I, 2, 3, of block 10 o f Long i pretty busy to see that all Christmas Beals, that they are warranted in mak
dren of school age in the county at
A l.andess addition to Cottage Grove,
ing some more improvements.
Last year the total was
| ents sent east by local people have
cellar is being built at the rear of
10,818, showing an increase during the
Mary E. Damewood to N. P. Glea
the building for an elctric light plant
year of 342.
son, lota 7, 8, 9, in blocks o f Latham, received has been about as great.
and the stage will be built out over
this, making it e'ght feet deeper.]
| Advertising pays—in the Sentinel.
| Legal blanks at the Sentinel office.