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COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1911
SOLDI KM IS DRAFTED.
STARTED ON JOURNEY Thob. OLD Rawlings,
FIFTY-SEVEN YEARS AGO Answer« Taps Civil for Last
Robert Thomas Kuwlmgs, for many
FIR MAKES FINE FURNITURE
OREGON WOOD TAKES AN AR
Rat Opens Milk Cans.
Put in Lockup; Contracts Severe
Case of Pneumonia.
MARRIED PEOPLE HAVE
A RIG BUNCH OF FUN
Walked from Roseburg in the storm, ALL UNMARRIED PEOPLE ARE
clothes wet with rain put in the
People living down on East Eleventh,
lockup over night, contracted pneu BARRED FROM ATTENDING
pital ut tlie age nf 70 year*. Funeral
from the exposure and chilling
Local Man Has Demonstrated that tales about the alleged statem ents of monia
sleep. Such is the story of And the Old Folks Have More Fun
| G. H. Mi Morran, relative to aehieve-
Umle Burney und Aunt |une Cele Mountain church Wedne*day afternoon.
the Material Is Here for
taken up here last
than when Youngsters
brate Neurly t>0 Year*of Life
Mr. Bawling* wu* a veteran of Un
Friday night as a vagrant. He was
in Their ’Teens.
uk Mini and Wife.
civil war Mnd wa* a member of Ap-
forrning marvelous things in the dairy removed Saturday to quarter* at the
pa mu to x post. The commander, chap
That artistic furniture can In- made lire. According to the rumors, Mr. S tar, where medical attention was se
Nearly »ixlv ycur* liuve been »pent lain and eight member* officiated at of tlie tim ber surrounding Cottage Me Morran avers that a rat has been cured, arsi he is now on the road to re The most successful social affair of
the season was the m eeting of the
by Mr. mill Mm. II.
Veateh in the the funerul.
(irove hu* hern ably dem onstrated by
bis cream and carrying it covery, although not out of danger.
M arried Peoples' club Wednesday
The deceased wu* horn at Portland, S. R. Smith, uf tlie Cottage (irove stealing
* xttluge Grove einintry, their f*7h wed
and m aking butter. Many be
when about 100 members of the
ding unnlveraarv having been eele Mo., November I Ith, In il, ||e aerved M anufacturing Co. Mr. Sm ith has away
lieved Mr. McMorran to lie casting re
pariah m et in Phillips hall
ill eompauie* B and D, Ifilb regim ent made for Ins own use a davenport, li flections
on the "R ough R id er," one W. B. Cooper to R. W. Bauman, part
Coming arruaa tbr plain* together u* Kan*a* volunteer cavalry.
brary talde, bonk case, rocking chair T. It., to injure his chances of nomina of lots 2 and .'I in block 7 of I-ong & for a banquet. The attendance wa*
ellildrt II in l8f*l, the «low progress of
and cedar chest, and has done the tion, by certifying to the tru th of such I.aride*- addition to Cottage Grove, limited entirely to married people.
By a unique system of drawing p art
tin- ox teum* g»vr ample tim e for the
work more to dem onstrate what can wonderful cases of nature-faking. It * 10 .
ners, each man and woman wa* sepa
developm ent of a love affair, und tln-y
lie done with the woisi than for any appears, however, that the re|*irts
rated from his or her better half for
were m arried shortly afterw ard hi a
much of the "th ree black crow "
the evening, which seemed to add con
Eg t-aldii nn the llartly place, and LOCAL FIRM TAKEN IN WITH Tin- davenport in particular shows were
variety, and while the tale itself is
have ever aint-e inaile their home here,
what a beautiful gram tlie fir ha* strange enough, as told hy the author, AUDIENCE PACKS PRESBYTER casion. to the m errim ent of the oc
with tlie exception of three year«
when pro|>erly selected. The woisi is it is nothing compared with the reck
A fter an elegant banquet furnished
IAN CHURCH SUNDAY.
which Mr. Veateli served in the In Prospective Settler Runs Short of also capable of a very high finish.
less exaggertions which have been in
the ladies, a much-enjoyed program
Funds und Takes Bud Wuy
As far as beauty m concerned Hie tir dulged in by repeaters of th at story.
rendered, and it can be easily said
Mr* Veateli fam e arrnaa the plain*
can nut lie beaten by oak, although it Here is the tale as toiil hy Mr. M<-- Large Choir Renders in Pleasing that so many mirth-provoking storir*
ut (retting Mure.
With her father, S. V. Knox, Mr.
probably is not quite ax durable as the M orran: For some time he noticed
Manner Program of Christ
have not been told at one en tertain
W atch being employed to look after
ment here for a long time.
the Innac cattle, of which there were John Peterson, who arrived here from Mr. Sm ith predicts that it will not ing from his milk bottles and the cream
E rnest Purvance toasted the pastor
ahout a hundred.
Minin-Hola a week or *n ago, and, after be many years before there will he taken olf. On watching he discovered
his wife, putting the wife first;
In the pary arroaa the plnina were S. looking at land here, went down the furniure factories here doing on a tlie work was done by a rat, which
Robert .Sutcliffe toasted the
V. Knox and fumily, Win. tlglrahy am i1 1 valley, ha* left some Hi-quaintan'es large
what be ria* done on a came up. carefully removed the lid and Presoy terian church Sunday under the Ladies’ A id; Mrs. F. D. W heeler
family, Ira Kelly ami Tom Knox, son here who will rem em ber him. Among small acute
scale and that Cottage Grove proceeded to drink as far down as pos direction of Miss Silsby. A large and toasted the new comers, am] S. L.
in-law* ol Win. Ugle*hy, I'errin llryant, them a r c W heeler A- Thompson, who furniture
in the bottles. The rat is still appreciative audience packed the Mack in replied for the new coiners.
uml Mr uml Mra. Wm. Kyle* Tin cashed a fill check for hun th a t ha* the coast. will be excelled by none on sible
church. Every member deserved Mr. M ackin’s stories received the
party »larteil from Mlaaouri uml the -ince I m - ch returned.
trip took al> lit *ix month*. They - man
special mention and showed the results largest rounds of applause. E lbert
He w* well acquainted in Mmnettota TEACHING COOKS TO COOK.
Bede acted as toastm aster.
ril the t uicaiie* by the old Barlow und had no trouble in getting on
of painstaking practice.
route. During Ihe trip ucro** tin friendly term* with people form erly of Southern Pacific Railway System -00 Per Cent More Eggs for Poul- The following progain was ren d erel: A fter the speech-making, the fol
Mrs. Kerr lowing program was well-rendered and
Malheur country in eaatern Oregon a the Gopher state. So fur a* known,
ilauuhter wan born to Mr. uml Mr* however, lie did nut pus* any check* on The chefs Adds
orld" every number loudly applauded :
the diners of the South- The |iersistenl prevailing price of 50 "H ark W hat Mean Those Holy W
Instrum ental duet, Mrs. Robert S u t
Itvle* ami wa* named Mary Malheur. anybody else here, hut at Roaehurg ern Pacific on
company are being taught cent* |*-r dozen for fresh eggs, with no Choir .............................................. ..S tearn s cliffe and daughter, Miss A rm orel;
(if the older member* of the party, and Glendale he in <aid to have forged to be more finished
They know siK'> of u decline, is the germ of an in-
tu re........................................................... reading, *• Donation P arty ,"L .A . R als
none are now living, with tin- excep | the name of E. ('. Loekwond, of tin* how- to cook, hut cooks.
a cook can always spiration hy the working out of which '" S I crip
tion ut Mr. Itylc», who settled in lien- city, to several check*.
Ixive the L ord" Oratorio " E li” ton; vocal duet, Umphrey & M ackin;
lesrn something new and one of the Ed Simmons, a Gold Hill poultrymari,
ladies qaurtet, " I ’d Like To Go Down
ton county, and in undemlood to lie So fur a* known Peterson hu-> not famous
Veateh, Hazleton, Silsby,
hotel chefs of the country is I '* certain he can increase the efficiency
South Once M ore," Mrs. Horace Coch
now living at Albany. Ur. Oglesby, I yet hern apprehended.
the professor in a c o o k in g schisii for | h'a liens at 2*10 per cent and, a* a
ran, Mrs. Brund, Mrs. H. H art, Mrs,
of ihi» city, i* a aon o f Wm. Oglesby.
S tra ttrn
that has just been established : m atter of course, fatten his hank ac- Prayer .............................................................
W. C. Conner; reading. Mrs. N. O.
Furnished Material fur Myrtle in the Southern
Mr. Veateli *av* the country wa* all
Pacilic dining car de- i count appreciably. Like everyone "H oly N ight, Peaceful N igh t" liavden Compton. A fter the program all pres
taken up in section claim* and harked
who has had any experience with chick Messrs. Stratton, Bisby, Harvey, ent joined in games and enjoyed them
u* if it wa* only m eant for the In
The ('ullage (irove M anufacturing All of the chefs are to learn how to ens,
from the penitent Peter down to
the same as in younger days.
dian«, rattle snake* and varmint* (’ >. ha* ju»l completed furiil*hing the
Mr. Simmons has Address
It is rumored the married men will
which then infested it . lie ha* since mill work for un h 5 x 75 two story build- . cook the most tem pting dishes. Scien observed Rostand,
crow at day "H ope Thou In G od" . O ratorio ‘‘E li" give
a banquet to the ladies in the
become attached to it, however, anil mg at M yrtle Creek, being erected by I tific mangem ent in the kitchen is also break, and that th a roosters
the clarion call of
thin# could induce him to leave it. W eaver Bros. This i* one of the out a festure of the course. A degree of rh an tlrler is the t signal
tor the hens to "W atchm an, Tell Us of the N ig h t”
Mr. amt Mr*. Vcatch, the form er *4, side contract* the company ha* hud doctor of culinary art will probably he be a'.iout their henly business.
So that C hoir. .................................................Stearns
Congressman Hawley Active.
the latter Hll, ate still »pry, e*|»eel»ll\ . this vesr.
though the length of the course has he may be able to take profitable ad , O ffertory.......................................................... The com m ittee on agriculture of the
Mr* W atch, and are affectionately
Graphite Made from Coal.
not yet been decided upon. Every din vantage of the present bullish tendency “ Holy N ig h t" ....................Adolph Adam house of representatives is now en
known by every resident of the Cot (•rsphite,
the egg m arket, Mr. Simmons will Misses Veateh, Lock wood, Silshy, gaged in holding hearings, the various
tage (¡rove country a* Uncle Burney which is seen in the " le a d " pencil, i* ing car crew, as it reaches the O ak of
construct a hen house of special
land yards of the Southern Pacific, is
chiefs of the .bureaus of the dep art
and Aunt Jane.
Messrs. Stratton, Somers,
ment of agriculture appearing before
The following children of Mr. ami therefore only a step removed from
that the age of electricity "H ark , Hark My Soul!” ...............Shelly- the com m ittee where they report the
Mr*. W atch are now living S. I*. coal and in fact some of the natural -darts on another trip across the con is Realizing
hand, Mr. Simmons prujmses to Choir ;Solos: Harvey and S tra tto n ) progress made during the past year,
W atch, of Han K rannsco; (I. O. graphite de|*i*it* are found ill coal tinent or up or down the roast the he a at pioneer
in the inauguration of the
Vcatch, Rosetta Veateh, H arriet Me-
Upon the Midnight C le a r", and appropriations for future work, ai d
where the intrusion of masses of new and fancy dishes that will tickle new- order. The coop will be totally " H It ym Came
answer questions directed at them by
(iee, Mr*. It. II. Moiliy, Mr*. K. S. Inals
d en sely healed liquefied igneous rock the palate of the most fastidious goiir- without windows, and as near light Choir m em bers: Sopranos -M isses members of his com m ittee. Congress
Ilildcrnan and it. K. Veateli, all of lias
metamorphosed the coal, thus . mat. Each dining car crew, which proof as possible, but will be b rillian t Harms, Job, Kennon, Holderman Lock- man Hawley of the F irst district, a
Cottage drove or vicinity.
forming grnphite. An exam ple of this consists of a chef, H first, second and ly lighted with tungsten lamps. At wood,
Veateh, Holcomb ; altos member of this com m ittee, takes an
natural m anufacture of graphite out th irl cook, prepares a meal ju st before either end of Ihe coop, which will be — Miss Smith,
Fukr Magazine Agents.
Silsby, Mrs. Miller. active p art in its m eetings, and it is
thirty feet long by ten wide, will be Mr. W ampole; tenors—Messrs.
The old, tim eworn dodge of Inking of coal is described in one of the re it s ta r's out on a trip.
Veateh, rarely th at he misses a part of any
lights with crimson globes, so installed Bisby, Somers, S tra tto n ; basses—
order* for loo magazine* for the pay- ports uf the United S tales Geological
session, so interested is he in the m at
mant of $2, wa* worked in Eugene for Survey on tin- Ranton coal tield of New Ancient Relic from Mayflower. that the current may be turned on and Messrs. Sherman, M atthews. Currin, ters coming before the com m ittee.
a brief tim e last week, or until one of Mexico. (hi the other hand, lurge A table which is said to have come > oIT slowly. By a careful m anipulation
It will be remembered that it was be
the citizen*, approached by a solicitor, quantities of high grade graphite are aero** the A tlantic on the M syliowcr, ,,f tlie sw itchboard a m iniature sunrise Harvey.
fore the comm ittee on agriculture that
expoNcd the fake and caused a sudden artificially m anufactured direct from though that has never been sufficiently may be produced at the east end of the The voters at the city election in Mr. Hawley secured the defeat o f the
authenticated, is the property of \N . | coop, or a roseate sunset may be made
lapse of activity on the part of the ordinary coal.
I.afean apple box bill, regarded as very
strangers, a couple of young ladies In making lead pencils the graphite it. M isirt, of Eugene, and is now a t, to till the w estern extrem ity, there to ingly voted dry by the decisive vote of injurious to the horticultural interests
this being a m ajority uf
were takinK order* for the muicaziuea, is mixed with a cluv of tine gram and the "fu rn itu re hospital" f..r repair*, gradually fade into total darkness. 612 to .‘127,
the northw est, and it is before this
Nine hundred and thirty-nine of
hut it can be said to their credit, that the g reater the pnqiorlioii of the clay The table w as given to John Boomer, 1 The coop will be titled along both walls 285.
m ittee that m atters pertaining to
they were not aw are of the crooked na coiiilitulent the harder tlie |ieueil. of M iddle|sirl, O., many years ago hy I with trap neats, each with a small door votes were cast on the question and the forest service are usually investi
ture of the game. When it wa* ex Exceedingly soft pencils with iarg - his great grandfather. Mr. Boomer opening on the outside, so that the every ward in the city gave a ma- j gated. Mr. Hawley is particularly in
had two sons and a daughter and was four-bit cackle-berries may be g ath jority against the saloons.
plained, the agent* made all haste to leads contain hut little clay.
terested, also, in the procuring of
man of w ealth. At his death, 14 ered w ithout entering the coop.
realize a chanye of scene.
and grasses suitable to sthe cli
l egal blank* at the Sentinel office. years
ago, his only legacy to his daugh W ith this unique and scientific stage
The scheme is worked th u sly : An
soil of Oregon. He has
ter was il.ixxl and the old table. She setting and a selected Hock of hens
a^ent approaches the victim , display ^
(.investigations with this
became discouraged and sold the table and roosters as actors, Mr. Simmons
a lung list of the Mtandard magazine*
ju st recently the chief
to a second-band dealer. Mr. Moore, is confident that an industrial dram a
und agrees to nend 100 selected ones on
plant industry stated
INTO WOOL BUSINESS.
payment ¡of $2. A contract, purport- LOCAL NURSERYMAN TO TRY who was a nephew of Boomer's, and will be enacted th at will set poultry-
to him : " I f you would furnish us the
a cousin of the young lady, finally de dom a-eaekle from Pasadena to Paw
iiilC to tie entered into by the W estern
and addresses of a few farm ers
cided to secure the table. A fter a tucket, and that will be of vastly more W. C. Conner Buys 200-Acre Tract names
Mugaizne ugeney, of which one ('. N.
be interested in experim ent
long search he located it, as the sec practical value than the best barnyard on which He Will Experiment ing with varieties
Murdock is alleged to be the manayer,
of corn, we will
is presented as an earnest of their in Will Put Up 1,000 Cans of Beans ond-hand man had sold it. It was orig play ever w ritten.
inally u w riting desk, peculiarly carved He will place forty picked hens and
just To Try Out the
ten t of the ‘‘lin n '' to deliver the books.
and a r
hy hand, and when gotten together three carefully-selected roosters in the
Well, the goods never arrive and the
will be a very presentable piece of fur coop in the daytim e, w ith the tungsten Cottage Grove is to have a full- m aturing varieties of New England,
victims, usually utunK for the small
in spite of its age of three cen lamps in full blaze. The hens chosen fledged Angora goat farm . W. C. Minnesota and the D akotas." It has
sum of $2, keep mum and the faker es
A sm all cannery and fru it dryer will i niture,
Conner, form erly editor of the Leader, been often said by eastern people th at
capes from the consequences of his act. tie started next fall by S. It. Moras, of
will be those that have been observed and
who recently returned from Co- Oregon’s clim ate and soil would not
Lately every town in the valley from the Cedar Springs nursery, and two
to lay about the sam e tim e each day,
To Organize Hop Company.
Portland south to Eugene has been son-in-laws, R. I,. Gawley ami Dave Steps are being taken in the east to for team work, or w hat may be more quille, has hutted into the wool busi grow corn. Mr. Hawley believes that
ness, so to speak. He has purchased 1 it will if the proper varieties are tried
worked by this old name ami a w arn Rixaeu. The canning plant will only form s large hop company to handle eggsuctly term ed, gallinaceous co-opc- 260-acres
of land one mile west of the and he would be glad to have the
ing should be sounded all along the be expected to take care of 1,0011 cans, the hulk of the American crop. The ration, is aosolutely essential to the city, the property
known as the names of any persons who desire to
line to keep a sharp lookout for these which will In- alm ost entirely tilled company, if organized, will consist of success of his extraordinary venture, north p art of the being
and experim ent with corn or any other va
magazine urtisls. Several orders hud with sw eet corn.
brewing, trailing and producing inter- | The roosters selected will bo those on this he will place a herd of place,
been taken in Eugene before the dodge Mr. Morss got his lirst idea of trying ests, and it will have ample cnpital to which have distinguished them selves goats. How many he will have in the riety of seed. In the southern part of
was exposed. Itegister.
the sta te Mr. Hawley has been sending
the canning huainess from noticing enable .it practically to control the as invariable adherents of the gotsl old flock he has not yet decided.
some new varieties of citrus trees
Keeling the need of an opera house hack in Maryland, when he knew that Two or three of the largest Porland rise," as the part that they will play-
endeavor to find a locality where
and skating rink and being urged by thin country produces the finest peas, and Salem hop dealers have been con in settin g a good exam ple to the hens tion as a raiser of high grade poultry they will
thrive well and prove a valu
many Springlield citizens to erect a beans and sw eet corn in the world for sulted by the prom oters of the move in the m atter of arising and retiring and will, no doubt, do as well with the able commercial
building for that purpose, t'has. canning purposes.
will be no less im portsnt than the
Itivett has decided to add another
Lane Pomona grange will hold Mr. and Mrs. A. Leonard returned
regular canning outfit would he identified w ith the new company. expected prolific perform ance of the its The
story to his concrete block now oeeit- too A expensive
next regular m eeting with Mohawk Wednesday from a visit with (5. A.
hens them selves.
pied by ('ox & Cox.
grange a t Donna tomorrow. Business Nichols and family at Eugene.
so small a scale, but he has gotten hold ers and probably a few Oregon grow Having allowed the few a short tim e of
importance to all grangers will be
of h steam cheat m ethod, which is
in which to become acquainted with transacted.
The subject for the lec
The object of the new company, it is their new quarters, which will be elec
chesp enough for the pur|a>se.
be "F arm S anitation,” '
If the experim ent turns out all right, said, is not to control prices, but to trically heated to the degree most con and will be discussed
under the follow A display of 64 varieties of Preferred
"Socialism , Plus "w ill be the sub there will be lots of farm ers who will system atise the methods of conducting ductive
to egg production, Mr. Sim- ing heads: Septic tank,
ventilation, Stock canned good, probably the finest
ject of Kev. Robert Sutcliffe's sermon put in their own canning plants.
the hop huiness, as has been done in „ions will feed his forty-three feath-
Sunday evening. Tliia will conclude a Messrs. Morss, Gawley and Itisseu other commercial lines. At the present ered pets through a system of spouts, w ater supply and drainage. Compe ever shown in Cottage Grove, has been
aeries of these sermons on Soeislism, will also rig up a small fruit dryer. tim e the expenses of a firm handling the foot! to he an electrically prepared tent speakers will open the discussion arranged at K err & Silsby’s. The a r
and will he a general round-up of the Mr. Morss says enough apples went to a business of 2,000 bales a year is ns couqiound on which he has already of the subjects.
rangem ent is tasty and is such that sel
paator’s views on this question of the w aste here last year to have supplied large as one that handles 10,000 or applied for a patent, and which he may Mis* Bertha Steven* returned yes ling from the display will not spoil the
moment. _____ ^
appearance. The expense and trouble
the whole city if they had been taken 15,000 hales. A vast expense is incur- - later put on the m arket as a breakfast terday from a visit at Eugene.
The teachers and pupils are retu rn entailed in the arrangem ent of the dis
E xtra copies of the Sentinel alw ays care of. He has already hud some ex red in buying transporting and carry-j food, with the expectation th at it will
on hand to send to your eastern friends. perience in the fru it drying husinesa ing hops, and much of this cost will be put Y ost’s Roasties and W ellogg's ing or leaving, or getting ready to, play shows enterprise on the part of
--------------- preparatory to taking kup school work the firm of which the city may well be
Geo. W. McQueen was In Eugene here and- know* th at it can be made elim inated, according to the plana of
yesterday on business.
STILL TRAVEL SI UK BY SIDK years a resident of Blue Mountain, died
Sunday, I ice. 21th, at a Portland hns
AT H4 AND H().
CASHES BAD CHECK HERE
TO START SMALL CANNERY
SACRED CONCERT PLEASES
GOING TO RAISE ANGORAS
BEST DISPLAY EVER SHOWN