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COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1912
ELECTRIC BELT LINE FOR THE MERE MEN TO BANQUET AND EN- FREIGHT CLAIMS SETTLED BV COTTAGE GROVE STREETS ARE
TERTAIN BETTER HALVES
LOCAL AGENT HEREAFTER.
GROVE BEFORE LONG
RE-NAMED AT LAST
Married People of Methodist Church Southern Pacific Inaugurates Uuick
Parish To Celebrate St. Valen
Method of Adjustment
JESSE DARLING, OF MILWAUKEE, IS SAID
ORDINANCE DRAWN BY CITY ATTORNEY
tine’s in Royal Manner.
TO BE PUSHING THE PROMOTION WORK
AND ENGINEER IS ACCEPTED BY COUNCIL
The m arried people of the M. E. The Southern Pacific has ju st inaug
church parish will imagine they have urated a new plan whereby all loaea
Recent Activity in Movement of Real Estate in that returned to their courting days on St. occasioned
by the shipm ent of goods to Streets of City Now Named "Systematically and Houses
am ounting to $25 or
Vicinity, anil the Fact that Considerable Fruit Will men will entertain the m arried women less will be paid promptly
Must Be Numbered by Owners Before July 1, 1912.
by the local
Soon Be Ready for Transportation to Market, Lends and every man will spend the evening agent. Heretofore these various
—City Will Put Up Sign Boards at Street Corners.—
entertaining aome other m an's wife.
have been ettled through the Portland
Credence to this Latest Railway Rumor,
Not One Objection to Passage of Ordinance.
Elaborate plana have been made on
offices and had to go through a course
requiring much time. Under thia new
plan any n w e h u t who sustains a loss
by breakage or other damage, which
does not exceed $25, will he paid the
amount hy Agent King promptly upon
proof ol ' | urn. The plan will doubt-
| less be pleasing to local patrons of the
| road all along the line.
Cottage G rove’s streets have b een ' FAST SERVICE FROM PORTLAND
renamed at last. The ordinance pre
to the rich lairsne valley within
pared by the city attorney and city en Freight from Metropolis Reaches
Doughnut King I k Popular With wav
the very near future. J chmo Darling
gineer was parsed a t the meeting j
of Milwaukee, who i* heavily in-
Grove in Nine Hours.
the city council Monday night and
Barker, lhr Ihiuglmul King, i* the tercHted personally iri orchard land* in
Pacific has given Cot
there will hereafter he no trouble in i
modi | •<, | m 1 1 it r mini in Ihr city with thr Die valley and repreneiita the Church-
freight service and
finding any house in Cottage Grove if
hungry itinerant* who vinit Ihr rity. ill-M atthew* |ieople, i* behind the
merchandise from the metropolis now
H r IN keeping u register of hi* gur*t* movs.
In renam ing the streeta all contin comes straig h t through by faat freight,
tiiin ymir ju*t for 11 curiosity nml to Tlie development of orchard land*
gencies of the future were taken care the business here w arranting auch ser
nati*fy hiinnrIf 11 » to how muny hr around l.orane ha» been very extensive
providing the city doea not take on vice, in the opinion of officers of the
care* for umi iiow murh hr givr* away. within the last few years and much
th at do not conform to the ! S. I'.
For thr month of January Ihr rrgia- fruit will be ready for trariHportation
Orders for goods will hereafter reach
present lay-out of the city.
trr allow* .'(4 gurat* ami $7.45 givrn to the m arket w ith1!! a year or .
Cottage Grove tw enty-four hours after
away in gotMla anil cash. A* hi* buai- 1 lie land elo*e*t to Cottage Grove, the COUNTER CLAIM FILED TO TRIB-1 WOMAN’S CLUB STARTS THE Main street has been changed to Main received a t Portland, the actual tim e
nr*n i* loratnl ilirrrtly arroa* from tin* nearest railway |Hiint, is ten milcH fr m
avenue and extends to the west side on the road being about nine hours.
poller alalion, ail th r "b o a" have him tlie rity, which make* an electric line
the city, w hat has been Wall street The freight is due here at 9 a. m.
ulrnoHt a necessity.
changed to West Main avenue. every morning.
It i* also planned to extend the line , Indian Liza of Brownsville Contests Asks for City Dog Tax as Starter being
run east and west and
for Interest in Allotments Claimed for Fund Necessary Before Car streets north will
on to Eugene.
in thin territory by Jake Fearne.—Only Other negie Library Building Can Be On the east side,
the streets are f
recently sold to E. J. Comstock of Descendent of Calapooia Tribe.
from the river, |
Milwaukee and J. M. Comstock of
nd the '
for $40,000. It ) h understood There arc now two claim ants to the A move for a free public library for nnmbers increase to the east, instead
PULLED FROM KAKTH HY MEANS Spokane
that they are also interested in the rem aining allotm ents of the Umpquas Cottage Grove was made Monday night of to the west. Streets of less than CAREER IN COTTAGE GROVE
promotion of the electric line. This and Calapooia*. The news published when the Woman’s club asked the city three blocks, or where im practical to
land adjoins a 1000-acre tract planted in The Sentinel two weeks ago that rocnril to turn over to it the monies extend them, are given names, so as
Attenuated Vegetable One of Muny a year ago.
Fearne, as the only living des received from the dog license ordinance not to make the numbers ambiguous. Well-Equipped Burglar Easy Prey
of Unusual Sire and Dimension With the probable extension of the Jake
the two tribes, had made as a fund, or part of a fund, for the The streets south of Main avenue are for City Marshall.—Has Much
Electric during this year or application of for
Raised by H. L. Morgan Three Oregon
nut designated, except by the number,
the tribal lands, has establishm ent of such an institution.
Plunder and Complete Set of Keys.
next, there is likely to lie connideratdo brought out the fact
on the other side of Main the
Miles from Cottage Orove.
railroad activity at this |a>int. There of the Calapooia* resides in Browns the canines of the city and find many but
word ’’N orth’’ is prefixed.
The vigilance of M arshall Snodgrass
are rumor* al*o that the Oregon &
A healthy, aolhl parsnip measuring Southeaalern railway has it* eyes on ville in the person of Indian Liza, an that are not provided with the tag r e - ' South of Main avenue, on the east is probably all that saved several resi
extrem ely old and nearly blind Indian quired by law. If they succeed in g et
live fret wa* brought into Thr Sentinel the l-orane valley.
dences of the city from being robbed
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woman. That this woman can estab ting the dog tax money turned over to
ulftee Monday by W. J. G ardner. The
Monday night. One of the best-
lish her rights to a share of this land them, they promise to see that no dog,
vegetable wan rained by hia Non-in-law,
men in the house-breaking
ia believed to be beyond question by no m atter how ornery, shall enjoy
II I,. Morgan, on tlir old Gardner raneh
at have ever been through
those fam iliar with the chhc , and per peace of mind until after its owner
three mile* north of here.
taken up th at forenoon by
Mr. Morgan had ipiite a pnteh of AND OTHER CITIES OF OVER son* at Brownsville Interested in the had complied with the city ordinance. PATRIARCH OF THE FERTILE Marshall Snodgrass. The prisoner had
• old Italian woman have taken the m at The women believe that they will
| iirunipH which he hu* hern digging
two grips filled with his plunder, in
ter up with the officials of the land eventually find that the receipts from
lately. He ha* to hlleii a rope to them
watches, jew elry and valuables
office at Roseburg.
the dog tax will be quite an assistance
to pull them out of tlir ground. Thi*
On his person was found
Several years ago Indian Liza de in starting the library. This ia only Giant Pear Tree Is Over 50 Feet an outfit of keys
one had Hi inches broken off by this
th at would open most
sired to go and live with Fearne, who one of several ways they have in mind in Height and 6 Feet, 9 Inches any lock ever invented.
Law. —Small Cities Discrimi
proem*. All of them are of magnifi
she asserted ut that time was the only to raise enough to make auch a show
cent proportion*, many being fully four
The man was one wanted at Albany,
other living member of the Calapooia ing that they can secure a building
Incliea In diam eter, but the one re
and Salem, and Snodgrass rec
ferred to wa* the longrnt by quite a A hill that will provide free mail de tribe, but she supposed he hud died from the Carnegie library fund.
his man by descriptions sent
hcaung th at he had laid claim to For the present the women nave
Sheriff Croner came up
livery Hiid collection for cities and ' until
asked for the use of the council cham world is w hat O. P. Adams claims for Tuesday evening and^took the man to
The (Tillage Grove country give* town* having I.INHI or more population the governm ent allotm ents
a pear tree of his. It rises over 50 feet
daily proof that il i* the finrnt farm within Iheir corporate lim its ha* been Indian Liza lives on the bounty of ber to put their bookcases in.
the skies and m easures exact the county jail.
ing country in a region famed for It* introduced in emigre** bv R epresenta the people of Brownsville with the as The mayor and city recorder were towards
man was taken before Justice
sistance of a small allowance from appointed a comm ittee to take charge ly 6 feet and 9 inches in circum ference. of The
g ood land,
it la rem arkable that a tive Orient of IV-nnayIvannia.
Peace Bryson Wednesday after
vegetable could get MUatenance from If the bill should become a law, the Linn county. She is given a home and of the m atter, with power to act.
he gave his name as P. Z. J.
ia hsiked after personally at the farm The Woman’s club has gone into the
earth five feet from the aurface.
government will provide regulations \ of
M. Cushman on the outskirts of fight for a library with a determ ination has attracted considerable attention.
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as to sidewalk*, gate*, numbering of the B. city.
to win out. O ther Woman’s clubs in Fruit growers here who have traveled
(louses, naming t.f streets, etc.
land in question is the rem ainder cities not as large as this have been all over the fru it districts say that
A report just issued by the post- of The
federal governm ent's allotm ents successful in such a movement, and they have never before seen one that
office departm ent say* :
in 1888 and comprises 480 acres the women express the belief that attained such proportions.
“ The city delivery service is now in near Cottage
Grove and l,«*1« acre* in there are enough intellectually-inclined The tree is a patriarch of the fam
o|arution in 1,541 cities, serving more the Yoncalla valley.
people here willing to put their shoul ous, fertile, fruitful W illam ette val
46,000,000 people. On the 42,000
PROHIBITIONISTS HAVE AC than
to the wheel to put the proposi ley, having been planted by Mr. Adams
rural route* 20,1X10,000 people receive Legal blanks at the Sentinel office. tion through.
in the early 60's. The tree bore con LOCAL JEWELER VICTIM OF
their mail from rural carriers. This
fru it last year. Mr. Adams
Minnesota Girls Write.
leave* a considerable percentage of our
know what variety of pear
And Cun Not Accomplish Anything (teople, the m ajority of whom reside in A half dozen of Cottage Grove's eli for the use of the hooks, hut the inten tree it is and
has seen no one who can
got letters this week from Min tion is to make it a free institution as tell him.
Smooth Individual Does a Slick Job
With Only Two Great Parties, the towns and villagea, w ithout any form gible*
free dclivety service, and under the nesota readers of The Sentinel and an soon as possible.
Bud People Holding Balance ot of
Your eastern friends would like to of Passing Worthless Paper on
l influx of Gopher State leap year maid
Power in Both, Declares Speaker. the departm ent can relieve this in ens is expected as a result. It is un- ENVELOPES with blank return card know som ething about the country you Local Jeweler.—Has Not Been
equality. It is believed, therefore, ( deratood that all proposals have been for sale at Sentinel office, 25c per are living in. Send them a copy of the Captured or Heard from Yet.
Sentinel. E xtra copies, 5c.
The unique*! and moat clever expo that an experim ental service should be ( accepted.
sition of the prohibition question ever authorized."
A smooth bad check artist did busi
heard in Cottage Grove wa* that giver
ness here Saturday and succeeded in
An eastern business m en's committee
try Eugene W. Chafin, form er candi which is pUHhing the proposed Dill asks
passing a worthless check for $28.28 on
date for president, Monday night.
H. C. Madsen, a local jew eler, buying
for the co-operation of newspapers,
| III* talk, which wa* an able aim commercial Ixslies and business met.
a cheap watch as a pretext for getting
forceful one, pleased even those not generally.
the paper cashed.
in sympathy with hi* idea*. Tin
The check purported to be drawn by
Still After the Road.
Hpeaker referred directly to prohibitioi
T. H. Brown on the First National
mo Hrldom Unit thone who attended ex
The Commercial club ia still Hctivc
bank of this city, made to and en
parting to hear a ranting, skin-’em- in the proposed Realty road propoai
dorsed by F. H. Ford. The forgery
alive prohibition tirade were nio*l lion. The com m ittee appointed to ac
was discovered Monday morning when
agreeably and plea*anlly surprised.
company the viewers along the road
the check was presented for payment,
The speaker built hi* talk on the his reported at the m eeting Monday night
but the crim inal had had tim e to get
tory of the nation, endeavoring to that the survey made hy them is along
away and has not been apprehended.
show that at no tim e ha* any great re the most feasible route and is one that
He had a t least two days’ sta rt of the
form been accoinpli*hed with only two will lie perfectly satisfactory to the
authorities, and there is little hope of
great parties in exi*tcncc, half the Grove.
good |>eople in one and half in the A com m ittee, consisting of C. M.
The man who cashed the check went
other. He claimed that when such is Shinn. J. W. G rant and M. H. Ander
into the jew elry store early in the
the ca*e the bad elem ent hold* the bal son, was ap|M>intcd to d raft a resolu
day. called Mr. Madsen by name and
ance of power in both parlies and pro- tion for presentation to the county
talked like a regular custom er who
court when tlie petition comes up.
had bought things there several tim es
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Lane County Pioneer Dies.
TO PUBLISH COUNCIL DOINGS Benjamin
G. McPherson, a pioneer
City Fathers to Give Publicity to of Lane county in 185:1, died Ht his
home in Springfield Saturday, aged 67.
Petition Circulated for Men to Serve
Proceeding* of the city council nnd He crossed the plainh with his grand
as Volunteer Fireman.
all ordinances except street ordinance» father and settled first in Marion coun OREGON’S OFFICIAL ST A T E BOOTH MAKES AN
has been circulated during
will be published in The Sentinel, ac ty, hut later came to Lane county. In
asking for volunteer
cording to a resolution adopted at tiic
firemen. A number of signers were
meeting of the council Monday night. Simmons. Eleven children were born
The Sentinel presented a proposition to them, 10 of whom auvive, together Oregon’! official state booth attracted men of the Twin City and Duluth. | made a splendid showing. In addition secured.
much attention at the N orthw estern Sim ilar space was also furnished free ( to fru it growing, the chances for di- The departm ent, especially as re
for the publications that struck the with their mother.
Land Products Show recently held in to all the other states in the N orth | versified farm ing, dairying, hog and gards the central division, has been
member* of the council ao favorably
, cattle raising, which are of much in somewhat disrupted for nearly a year
St. Paul. Of all the big shows in 1911 west Development League.
th at they decided to give it a trial.
terest to the mid-western and eastern and there has been nothing that could
| The council haa been unjuatly criti-
ciaed at time« for not giving publicity will be held in Spokane on Feb. 16th, western products alone were shown, whs designed and put up by the G reat j farm er, were emphasized. The in ter be called an organization.
Northern Railway for the state of est m anifested in Oregon was such If enough signers are secured it is
to ita proceedings, but the body 16th and 17th under the auspices <>f the without fear or favor.
It was handsomely decorated that the G reat Northern officials are proposed to reorganize in an active
state« that the prices subm itted here
tofore for auch publication have always expected to be one of the largest gHth- ; occupied an equal Hmount of space and the apples and other fruits from well satisfied that the state will benefit body of three divisions, east, central
been ao high that the city couldn’t erings of mining men ever held in the with the other state exhibit*, which Hood River, W illam ette valley, the much from this comprehensive exhibit and west. There is now a hose cart
within the limita of each division.
was subscribed for by the business Umpqua and Rogue River valleys of its products.
afford the expense.
( Hitt age Grove ini* excellent pros
FEEDS MANY OF GENUS HOBO pect*
of having a belt line electric r-il-
tin- part of the supper com m ittee to
show the women how easily the men
could get along without their wives,
and the supper prurnises to surpass
ilial recently given the men hy the
women, providing, of course, that the
supper com m ittee doesn't fall down.
There will also he n program
NEW DESCENDENT OF MOVE FOR A PUBLIC
FIVE-FOOT PARSNIP GROWN
FREE DELIVERY FOR GROVE
HOUSE BREAKER GETS INTO
THE LARGEST IN EXISTENCE
BAD CHECK ARTIST