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COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1912
Sometimes a fellow takes a ,ftumble
to himself1’ and discovers where
lie has ’’fallen down” •* « TT *«•*
S. P.’S ST AT K MK NT STAKTLKS
Weather Makes a Hit.
Frank and Jauiea linker of Sioux
LAST OF UMPQUAS
AFTER 1480 ACRES
Elegant Piscatorial Display.
PETITIONS FOR LARGE TRACT
The first display of ita kind ever
OF TRIBAL LANDS.
City, Iowa, apont WeiJneaday and
given in the city is the piscatorial dis
of laat week here visiting
play in the window of the Metsan Allottments of Aborigines Claimed
Cottage Grove Krelulit Business lb Thursday
It certainly is an attractiv e and ;
$101,200; that of Eugene Only had never before seen a country like
Kansans Wili Congregate.
Local Musician Is Flattered. interesting
exhibit and has caused by the Only Living Descendent
$ ò ò,9 3 1.
this, with such a clim ate. They dis The KaiisariH are going tu bave a big Miss Esther Silahy this week re much comment. All varieties of gold !
of Two Races.
liked very much to return to Iowa ufter lim e Monduy night in W. O. W. hall, ceived a Mattering offer to go to Ash and silver finh are represented and the j
] T h e .’ r r i / l i t liuaini'it for the Southern reading the w eather reports.
They wlien Die K hu mu s society will iiold its land and take charge of the choir of arrangem ent is peculiarly pleasing. Jake Fearn, the only living member
I'ncitic station ul (!u Uui(i) (¡r o v e in had la-en through W ashington, but said mid w inler dinner and program. All the First Presbyterian Church. She The flowers used in the display are of the Umpqua and Calapooya tribes,
nearly twice that of Ku|(ene, tin* county this country hud them ull skinned.
Kansarla are inviteli tu attenti, accorn- appreciated the recognition of her paper white nacisis and cylamen.
haa petitioned the governm ent for pos
aeal, which ih a Hoinewliat startling
punied by a basket fillcd with musical ability, but could not accept
session of 1,480 acres of governm ent
condition to residents of Lu n c'a big-
“ eats ”
land contained in allottm ents made the
Indians in 1888. Of this acreage 480
T h e figure* lire from the Southern Violets and Primrose» Hardly Af
acres is in Lane county, seven miles
Coburg Hustler Nabs First of the northeast
I ’acitic C o . ’a statement for the year
of Cottage Grove, and 1,000
enilllig Ju n e 'III, I'M I, ami were aecureti
acres in the Yoncalla valley, three
Two of The Sentinel’s list of eligi miles east of Anlauf.
an the result of an inventiaatioii made
mg in the famous, fertile, fruitful
li y me In tie r il of Die Co m m e rc ia l club
were nabbed off this week by Co- Special Government A gent E. M.
W illam ette. Just to dem onstrate
Interditeli in atari Ina a movem ent for
and Lorane women, thus demon- G arber and Binger Hermann of Rose-
this, Mrs. liavid (iibsiin sent The Sen
a new depot at thin point.
that the local girls will have burg were here yesterday taking testi-
tinel u pretty hni|net of violets und
to hurry if they are going to compete mony in proof of the allottm ents and
T h e llaurea aerili to indicate that the ; primroses this week thul were picked
the outside hustlers.
| in support of F earn ’s title to the land.
(¡r o v e la certainly entitled to a new in the open garden. They were picked NUMEROUS SOUL-STIRRING PRO- WOULD-BE
BENEDICTS BESET with Dennis
Mr. Hermann represented the claim-
hulldlna bill it la not li ke ly that a on tin- north side of the house at that,
BY LEAF YEAR GIRLS.
Mrs. Arabell Leonard of Coburg. ant.
move will he inaitelo yet one until auch and look pretty good to Oregonians
They were married Monday a t Eugene. The testimony will be forwarded to
tim e aa Oie fre igh t buaineaa of thin when they read of the b itter w eather
GordoaD.Watta haaboan taken by I tb a departm ent o f the interior and if
a r d i m i rcauina normal condition.
pre railing in the east.
Select from List of Would-Be Last Week’s Sentinel Causes Fur Miss Lottie Henderson of Lorane.
T h e Southern I'acilic'a Htatement for
F earn ’s claims are recognized the land
huaineaa ending June IMI, lìti I, la aa
Benedicts.—Some Show Experi ore in Society and Starts Demure
will pe put on the m arket a t private
ence in Inditing Love Epistles.
Damsels to Writing Letters.
W. S. Rogers of Spokane was here
rjn.7r.i t.-« «Odi «ni MARRIED PEOPLE'S CLUB 1 0 The list of eligible men of the city
week looking over the country.
The list of eilighles published in last GOOD ROADS ASSOCIATION IS He wouldn’t believe that straw berries
15,543.45 101,200.00 j
HAVE BIG TIME.
w eek’s Sentinel has caused quite a stir
grow here a t this tim e of the year until
tinel Inis caused a great furore among among
the leap year girls, and the re
he saw them right on the vines.
1 1 2 . 99 x 94 I7M.7.TÌ (m Men Will Do Alt the Cooking und
quest on their part for copies of the Improvement of Highways Sur Will Carey of Prescott is visiting
The large passenger business at Eu
the Women Will Be Expected •heir pro|Hjsals. Following ure given list has far exceeded the supply. As a rounding City Important Topic relatives in the city. He is head saw
gene la explained by reason of its be
the list will have to be greatly
To Do the Euting.
a few of which The Sentinel was able result
yer for the Beaver Lum ber Co. of
ing the county seat and home of the
at Club Meeting.
within a very short time. Sev
Prescott, but would like to make Cot
of the eligible» have notified the
One of the moat enjoyable festive Cottage Grove, Ore., Jan . lx, 1912.— eral
Seninel that the advertising has pro Good roaJs was the most im portant tage Grove his home once more.
occasions of the season in predicted f< r Dear Mr. K inter: Or may we venture duced
desired result. Copies of topic brought up at the regular m eet
Valentine night, Frb. 14th, when the to say dearest H arry run we express several the replies
by the hoys ing of the Commercial club Monday
men of the M arried People's d ull of the joy we fell U |am seeing your name are publiahtsj in received
the Methodist palish wMI hani|U ct the heading the list uf the eligible young
The com m ittee appointed to look
(Continut^d on page 8.
ladies o f the club. The men will do men of Cottage Grove? No! N o'
into the possibility of having some
all the rooking and serving and prom N ev er!
thing done for the I-orane road re
Win Two More Games.
the women that it will lie some For months we have cherished, in
BUSINESS MEN OF CITY GET ise
The local high school basket ball ported that the road west of the moun INTERESTING CASE BETWEEN
(Continued on page 8.)
team had good luck again this week tain would be taken care of by a tax
make the u|iell statem ent that if the
and won two more games, one from in th at district and that the county <
men are half the rooks that they claim
Every Buainebb Firm on Main St. to lie since starting to get up tills aup- 29 Lane Roud Districts Abolished. Oakland on the iulter's court, the score rock crusher, now on top of the moun- ' Hubbell & Smith, 0. & S. E. and
being 33 to 12; the other from Drain tain,would probably be put into use on i
Joins New Organization Which |>cr, it is funny thut they have never In order to increase the efficiency of on
part of the road as soon as weath- C. H. Burkholder Have Separate
Aim» to Promote Welfare of Cot hands at getting the breakfast these next summer, the county court, when 12 . the local court, by a score of 23 to that
er condi'ions would perm it. The com- j Claims to Property Adjoining Cot
tage Grove and Vicinity.
it named road supervisors Saturday, The latter game was a close and ex m ittee reported that the worst part of tage Grove Mfg. Co.’s Site.
elim inated 29 out of tfie 89 districts in citing one, with no feature plays. I the road this side of the mountain is
A hoard of trade was organized Toes
of wit und reason will follow that tlie county as being a need lens expense, Music was rendered during the game inside the city limits and also that A case that is attractin g considera
day mg tit at a meeting of the business feast
will make up for any lack in the culi especially in view of the fact that a by the Drain concert hand, keeping the p Road Supervisor Veatch would like ble attention locally was started here
men of the rity held in the Commercial nary
' Cottage Grove to attem pt to get the ' Monday before Judge H arris, of the
road engineer has been hired by the boys keyed up to the top notch.
rluh rooms. Every business firm on About
county court to supervise all of road The Drain boys proved themselves a farm ers and others interested in the circuit court, who held court here to
Main street la represented m the new
road together at a mass meeting.
construction and aid the supervisors. gentlem anly hunch and good losers.
make it more convenient for the par
organization, which haa for Ita purpose present.
Jam es I.. Lam hirth, m anager of the The line-up of the Drain team was J. F. Spray reported that a 5-mill tax ties concerned.
the boosting of the city, the promotion follows: It. S. Swengel, N ate Comp- Eugene street railway and electrical as follow s: Tracey and Clemo, for had been levied in the Row R iver dis
The case is entitled “ H ubbell &
uf inanufseturing and other industries ton,
properties before tlie power and light w ards; Dixon, center; Cruson and trict, which would be used in construct Sm ith vs. the O & S. E. railw ay and
and the securing uf sites fur m anufac come IIuId>• II. Frank II. Phillips, Will plants were sold by Al. Welch, has Craig, guards.
ing about five miles of good road.
H. B urkholder,” being a suit to
A request was made by the county C.
been selected as the man to till the
to a piece of property
It in freely predicted that an organ Johnson.
follows: Woods, Atkinson, forw ards; commissioners to have Cottage Grove claimed title
the parties to
ization of this character and an thor Ilogate, Dr. F. W. Kolduns, E. A.
Medley, M atthews, Cellers, Guards; people endorse a plan to have the road the suiL The land by is all a small
oughly representative will he prislur- Sehrepel. Merle Scnvillc.
tax money of the general levy ex ground adjoining on the east the piece
live of much gissl to t'le city.
The ''s|M )rta’’ promoters are F. I). Jam es M. DeMoss, father of the De- The members of the concert band pended in the vicinity where collected. erty on which the Cottage Grove
The following officers were elected : Wheeler,
Moss musical family, died a« Moro, w ere: N. J. Rowland, J. R. Letson, This is what Cottage Grove has always
President, Hen Lurch , vice president, F. King. (J. II. Tyson, J. A. W right, G. Ore., last week. The DeMoss family N. Dixon, H. Burkhardt, J. M. Cool, fought for, and a com m ittee appointed M anufacuring Co.’s p la n t, owned by
Hubbell & Sm ith, is situated and used
C. II. Burkholder; secretary, S. I.
wus well known here, having made J. A. Leech. J. W. Edwards, R. Row to meet the county commissoners was by
it for side track purposes.
M ackin; treasurer, Godfrey (¡rater,
this one of their regular stops for land, T. V. Edwards, E. Sciiad, J. L. instructed to tell the commissioners
trustees. It. K. Lawson, 0 , J. Kern, C. days hi Cottage Grove last week, look years. John and Joe Wicks of Star Smeed, D. Gorsline, V. Hickethier, that such a plan would be more than If the title to the property is found
to be in Hubbell & Sm ith or the O.
mg after ini|sirtant repairs in the Cot are relatives of the deceased.
W. Wallace, C. II. VsDennburg.
Cool, G. Perkins.
S. E. railw ay it will leave Burk
tage hotel of which they are owners. Mr. De Moss was a singer, a w riter Wm.
Visitors from Drain w ere: Misses A com m ittee was appoined to lay 1 holder
Visitor Drowned at Drain.
no roadway to a piece of prop
They enjuyed a visit with Mr. and of music, and the founder of the De Mackey,
Hill, Tracey, Clemo, Burk plans for the orangization of a good j erty owned
by him, and if decided for
The body of Kav It. H artshorn, who Mrs. Phillip Hohl while there. Drain Moss Lyric Hard Concert company, hardt, Myers, Richardson, Whipple. roads association.
it will leave no ground for
rnme to the weal a couple weeks ago Nonpareil, 1‘J th.
composed of members of his own fam i Chadbourne, Francis, Kent, Kirkland,
the m anufacturing com
on u pleasure trip waa shipped hack
ly, who have toured all English-speak Prof, and Mrs. Sprague, Mr. and Mrs.
is, therefore, being
to the family home in Oklahoma Tues
ing countries. He leaves a wife and Fannan and daughter, Otis Newton,
day, being accompanied by K. 1). Hurt-
Mr. Wilin, Roy Counts.
five children, three of them grown.
Are Dissatisfied With Winter Rigors The case has been postponed to se-
shorn of Portland brother of the dead New (Question Raised by Defendants
| cure the testim ony of W’. B. Glass, now
man. Deceased came to his death by
in Referendum Case.
Dissatisfied with the w eather that aick >n a hospital at Brownsville. He
drowning in the Um|siua river ncMr Bringing out strongly a point urged
has prevailed in the east and being im- was one ^ e original owners of the
Drain. He was out on a pleasure trip in the appeul of the University of O re
pressed with the display made at the property.
on the ateam er Eva and had been visit gon referendum cases, the brief of the
Omaha Land Show by the W illam ette J - C. Johnson is the attorney for
ing in the engine room, when in leav defendant, which is just being com
ing he o|M’iied a door to what he pre- pleted by A ttorney-General Crawford REPORT IN LOCAL PAPER MUCH STREET-NAMING DOCUMENT TO valley. A. E. Compton, of Omaha, an Hubbell & Sm ith, J. S. Medley for the
uncle of N. E. Compton, of Burkhold-
& s - K- and John M. W illiams for
uuined waa one of the decks of the boat and his associates for submission to
er-Wooda, has w ritten his nephew for Burkholder,
and atepped into the river. The hisly the supreme court, will contend that
full particulars and inform ation about Court Stenographer Calkins was up
waa found at almost the point that he 1115 names on the petitions which
country. He says that he and with Judge Harris.
fell in. Mr. Ilartahorn was a single were thrown out m ust he allowed even J. I. Jones Mill Will Remain at No Opposition to Its Passage An
others are planning to I-egal blanks a t the Sentinel office.
man, aged 23.
under what m ight he termed a strict Disstou Until Conditions Are Dif ticipated.—Has Hearty Approval look this twelve
construction of the statute. As a re ferent from What They Are Now. and Support of the Public.
Mr. Compton is treasurer and head
sult the petitions which were declared
sheep buyer for Tagg Bros., a big
invalid in the lower court by Judge
Omaha live stock and commission firm.
must lie sustained, it is fur
ordinance will come up at the m eet C. L. B arnett, of Iowa, a brother- DRUNKS DO DAMAGE ON SOUTH
SILAS KNOWLES RELATIVE OF Galloway
that the Jones mill was on its way ing
ing of the city council Monday night, in-law of Mr. Compton’s, has w ritten
GEO. 0. KNOWLES.
According to the findings of the low from Disston to Cottage Grove, carry and
it is expected that it will pass to have a house rented for him and
er court, there w ere l.'l,(il6 signatures ing a retinue of factories with it, was w ithout argum ent.
says he will be here the latter part of
the petitons which, it was stipu somewhat overdrawn.
Victim of Steamer Dixon Explosion on
prepared after much la February. He is looking for land for Flag Pole Broken Down, Shade
The mill is not coming to Cottage bor It on has the been
of the city engineering investm ent.
Standing by Boiler at Time
Trees Destroyed and Sidewalk
petitions. The lower court held that Grove and if it did come the factories departm ent part
would not be started. O therwise the As already stated in The Sentinel the
(Continued on page X.)
news item published is about correct. ordinance carries with it a provision
In conversation with The Sentinel,
Silas Knowles, who was killed in the
Residents of South Fourth street
the num bering of all houses and A Cottage Grove girl, Nellie Hemen- were
Mr. Jones stated that he would be for
explosion of the boiler of the steam er
greatly incensed last week by
putting up of street signs at all cor way, is the originator of a leap-year ' depredations
willing to sacrifice considerable to get ners.
comm itted one night by
Dixon oir Martina Island in «he Wil
lam ette river near Portland last week, An all-men entertainm ent is being his mill located at Cottage Grove, but There was some complaint about the student-body dance at the U niversity a gang of about five hoodlums who are
was a nephew of Geo. O. Knowles, of arranged by the men of the Methodist that the expense, which would probably proposed names for some of the ave of Oregon. H er plan requires the fair ' suppoased to have been drunk when
Knowles & (¡raher. Mr. Knowlea, ac church that will take p la'e some time run close to $15,000, is prohibitive.
of the university to invite and they destroyed the property.
nues on the W est Side, but it is under co-eds
companied liy Geo. Fisk of Eugene, w ithin a month or ao. The en tertain The city of Cottage Gr..ve may some stood
partners, as well as to The Hag pole at the Goddard resi
that this m atter has been satis secure the their dances.
hrn(her-in-law of the dead man, went m ent will consist of a mock trial, a j tim e be in shape to help pay the ex factorily
No boy may so dence was broken down, five shade
to Portland immediately upon hearing musical sketch and a pantomine mono- , pense of moving the mill, and then it
much as walk across the floor unac trees destroyed in front of A. J . Stew
of tho accident hut could do nothing loguc. C. E. Ilm phrey, W. C. Conner j may be poarible that it will be moved, At the annual meeting of the Lane companied by a lady. The adoption of a rt’s residence and about fifteen feet
and A lbert Woodard have charge of but if it is moved, the m achinery will County Fair association, held at Eu the plan has caused many hopes and i of sidewalk torn up. The gang was
towHrda recovering the hisly.
The other victims of the wreck were the mock trial. M. II. Anderson, Ern- be exchanged for lietter and more gene last night, plans for a bigger and fears on the part of the eligible young going south and continued its depreda
Captain Fred K. Stinson and Mate eat Purvance und S. L. Mackin have modern and it will hardly be the same better fair and race meet than ever men, as it is rumored that many co-eds tions along the way.
next fall were diaeussed at length and are planning to " s ta g ” it. The affair Some of the residents claim to be
charge o f the musical part o f the pro mill.
A rthur Monical.
“ It must have licen immediately gram . The women of the church are Tlie saddle tree, match, hoard box and heartily concurred in by «he assem bids fair to create a great deal of certain of a t least two of the party
and are having some detective work
pn-ceding the acrident that 1 saw SiI- greatly pleased to see the men of the paper box factories, which were to blage of officers and directors who have wholesome fun.
church taking hohl of some of the work come with the mill, are not being con i figured so prominently in the success
done with a view to prosecution incase
(Continued on page H.)
1 of the past several seasons.
Advertising pays—in the Sentinel. reparation is not made.
they have usually had to shoulder.
aidered at all.
FLOWERS OUTDOORS IN JANUARY
MORE EUGIBLES ADDED AND
LETTERS FOR OTHERS
MEN TO BANQUET WOMEN
GROVE MAIDENS ARE TOO SLOW
WANT BETTER HIGHWAYS
BOARD OF TRADE IS
TITLE TO U N D IS
PARTY MAY COME FROM OMAHA
1115 NAMES PICKED AS GOOD
MILL AND FACTORIES ARE STREET ORDINANCE TO
NOT COMING YET
COME UP MONDAY
NEPHEW OF LOCAL MAN
GROVE GIRL STARTS FUN
MEN GETTING UP A SHOW