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COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1912
THEIR HIGH GRADE IS NEW TELEPHONE LINE p a s s c r e e k r o a d b e in g r e b u il t
l e a d e r c h a n g e s h a n d s a c a in
Farmer» Along Road Enthuaiaatic Dean & Dryden Reaume Manage
for Pacific Highway.
ment of Local Paper.
SO SAYS F. J. HARD CONCERN TWO
ING ARIZONA MINKS.
W ILL BE ON THE JOB.
Speak» Highly of Activity in Ari Circuit Will Be from Cottage Grove
zona Country Where Million»
to Yoncalla, Following County
Are Spent on Orea Thrown
Road.— Muterial on Hand
Away at Bohemia.
for the Work.
A fte r being out o f the harriean for
One o f the fluent piece» o f road» in
thin »return o f the atate ia being made about eight week», D. K. Dean arid C.
out o f the road from Divide to Anlauf, O. Dryden have again aaaumed manage
in Road Diatrict No. 21, Dougla» Coun ment o f The (U j ttage Grove (.eader.
ty. Thia pi'jco of road ha» been ae- The Sentinel again extend» them tEie
lected a» part o f the I'aciflc Highway hand o f fellowship and again wiahe»
and the taxpayer» o f that diatrict have them all the aucceaa it conaiatdntly
become to enthuaia»tic that they have I can.
Mr. Dryden authorize» the statement
levied taxea aggregating $5,000, which
1 that The Leader w ill not again he for
will be u»ed in improverrienU.
There are five mudholea in thia i »ale.
D. H. Taimadge, who conducted the
atretch o f road which w ill be filled
with rock. Three crew » o f men and - paper for two month», »ay» he i» favor-
10 team» are at work on the highway. ; ably impresaed with Gottage Grove,
About eight m ile» o f road w ill be im believe» that the city baa a magnificent
mediately made pamiahle for automo future, and hia leaving ia not a caae of
cold feet in any aensc o f the word.
Other piece» o f road connecting with He had an attractive offer elaewhere,
thia atretch are alao being improved and when the opportunity presented
and a number o f hill» are being cut to sell back to the former owner», he
GRANGE ARRANGES DEAD MAN FORMERLY
CO-OPERATION ASKED FROM ALL MAN KILLED IN WRECK WAS
COTTAGE GROVE BOY.
W ill Be for Exhibition of Product* Bert Adderaon, Victim of Rice Hill
of School Children in Local Ag
Engine Explosion, Leaves Wife
ricultural Industrial Con
and Three Children at
test.— Date Not Set.
F . J. Hard, who waa a member of
Cottage Grove ia to have another I’ a
A local agricultural fair, at which
Bert Adderaon, who was killed in
the Oregon First Excursion to San j d fle Telephone and Telegraph line.
the exhibition o f the products o f the the engine explosion at Rice Hill, near
Francisco, while in llie city u few daya The new line, which will conaiat of
achool children in the Agricultural In Yoncalla, Thursday waa a former Cot
ago. gave Tiie Sentinel an interesting two 172-pound copper circuit», one a
dustrial Contest being conducted by tage Grove boy, having lived here
account o f hia trip, lie took the belie- to'I line and the other a auburhan, will
the Cottage Grove schools w ill be the when hia father was in the harneaa
fit of the twenty-day limit o f hia rail extend from here to Yoncalla, follow
feature, was arranged for at the meet business. The fam ily moved away
road ticket, viaited the copper mining ing the Pacific Highway through the
ing o f Cottage Grove Grange Saturday. about 17 years ago, going to Roaeourg,
dialricta o f the aoutli and alartcd for paaa, and after the line ia completed
Hearty co-operation o f commercial where they have lived since that time.
Mexico. Getting all meaaageH for the north from the
bodies, schools and citizens generally He gave up railroad work at one time
cloae to Dougina, Arizona, he found it Yoncalla country, which now go by
is requested. The grange wiahe» to because he thought it too dangerous
wine not to lake chanrea in rrnaaing way o f itoaeburg, w ill come direct
make the affair as representative a one and ran a restaurant at R«>seburg for
the line, although the ore being mined through Cottage Grove.
aa possible. The date has not been awhile, but drifted back into the busi
and milled by the Montzurna (op|M-r
set, but it w ill be previous to the ness again, and the fa ta lity which he
1‘ rrparationa are being made to place
Company ia identical with the cop|ier two croaa arm» on the new pole». The
feared overtook him.
He had been
ore being mined by Mr. Hard in Bo new line» will uae one croaa arm, and
The grange w ill offer a cash prize employed by the Southern Pacific 15
hemia. Ih c plant for handling the ore the aup|>oaition ia that the old line
o f $5.00 for the person getting the years altogether and was 38 years o f
waa what he wanted to aee. Deciding
not to crone the border, he returned to
He ia survived by a w ife and three
the Globe and Miami dialricta, where
children, who live at Roeeburg. The
the Old Dominion (àipjier Mine that
father now lives at M yrtle Creek, the
ban been producing copper atcadily for
mother being dead.
thirty-five yearn ia located, alao the
Bartlett, the engineer who was
Mi ami Copper Company, with probably ,
killed, was also well known here.
the third beat and Urgent concentrât
OTTAGE GROVE is rapidly coming to the front as the center
That the explosion o f the Southern
ing plant in the world.
Pacific freigh t locom otive which oc
of a rich dairy country. The business of the local creamery
Mr. Hard atated that he had the trip
curred on Rice H ill, just south o f Yon-
doubled within the past year and Manager Senter says he expects
o f hia life and hia broad annle ahowa
, calls, last Thursday afternoon, and re
hia renewed enthuaiaam aa to the great
sulted in almost instant death o f E n gi
poaatbilitlea for Bohemia.
neer M. M. Bartlett and Fireman Bert
Thut farmers realize that the Cot- [ Red Kota Brand butter, manufac-
tage Grove country is an ideal one for tured here is meeting a steadily in-
(Continued on page 7.)
(Continued on page 7.
I dairy pur|<oaea, ami that they are tak- j creasing demand, and there are times
ing advantage o f that knowledge, is when orders can not be Ailed.
well proven by the tremendous increase
The grade o f stock has improved
in creamery receipts at the local greatly since the creamery was estab
Car Equipped by 0. A. C. W ill Stop
Mrs. K. B. Woods Delivered Paper
During February, t h e lished. Dairymen are now milking all
Here for One Hour.
at W. C. T. U. Convention.
shortest month in the year, and in the the year, instead o f three months, aa
A h announced in The Sentinel last :
middle o f the winter aeaaon, two cream form erly. They are alao weeding out
A t the Annual Institute o f the Lane
week, the poultry demonstration car
patrons receive«! nearly $150 apiece for the inferior stock, thereby improving
W. C. T. U. held A pril 3rd and
bring operated by the Southern i ’aciflc
cream sold that month. There is hard- the grad* cows, because it pays. The ,
4th at Springfield. Mrs. Katy B. Woods
Company over its line* in the W illam
ly a week that Manager Senter doesn't i prjee af butter averages thirty cents
o f this city delivered an interesting
ette, Um|>qua nnd Rogue River Valley»
have an order for a cream »eparaloT 1>t.r pound the year aruund and the de-
and well-received address on “ The
with the object o f promoting and
for aome new customer, or for some j rnand for cream ia ever increasing,
Value o f National and State Papers.”
MISS KUM ICS v a n DKNBURG
stimulating the production o f more
J L SKMTKa
old patron increasing the size.
So far a» natural conditions for
Arcade Tom orrow
Mrs. Woods also represented the local
poultry and egg* in Western Oregon,
M a i u ( r f C o tta g r G ro v e C re a m e ry
When the local creamery waa estab dairying are concerned, they are oiost
union in the convention.
w ill arrive at Cottage Grove at 3 :M p.
lished it used the milk furniahe«! by 40 favorable in every respect. The a lti largest number o f blue ribbons.
Mrs. Ada W al'ace
over the mountain w ill be torn down
m. nex Monday.
The follow ing were elected officers
farmers. There are now HO patrons. tude. <71 feet, is regarde«! aa being
The car ia equipped bv the extension
There were but 50 a year ago. About “ just right,*' baing beyond the frost o f the la ir : Superintendent, Geo. A t the work.
division o f the Oregon Agricultural I lie information can not tic secure«!
F. B. Phillips;
$2,000 ia paid out monthly in cream
Her address Wednesday evening on
College wlh all modern appliances used ! about this.
treasurer, M. M. Wheeler.
(Continued on page 2.)
“ The Enfranchisement o f Wom en”
in the tiusineaa o f poultry raising; w ill j Material for the line» has been on
Following superintendents o f depart
was an able argument. One o f her
carry exhibits ronaiating o f the priori- . the ground for some time and work has |
ments were named: Live stock, R. H.
strong points was that the largest per
pal breed» o f poultry and w ill be in already been commenced by two gangs, i
Mosby; vegetables, M. M. W heeler;
centage o f school and college gradu
charge o f I’ ruf. C. C. Lamb, principal one working out o f Yoncalla in charge
grain, F. S. C u rrin ; poultry, W. C.
ates are girls, the largest percentage
demonstrator, nnd R. B. Thompson aa- ( o f Geo. Jones and the other working
Conner; fruit, G. F. K in g ; manufac
o f church members women, thereby
, out o f Cottage Grove in charge o f L. j
tures, R. Y . P o rter; cauned goods,
qualifying them for good citizenship,
State Superintendent o f Public In- j I*. Bennett. Mr. Bennett, who live»
Mrs. Ernest Sears and Mrs. M. M.
while the great m ajority o f criminals
atruction, Mr. L. A. Alderman, will at Lentz, Ore., started learning the
W heeler; fancy work, Mrs. A . Doo
arrange for the school children to vialt telephone business in the local office of CLEVER FARCE PUT ON BY LO- W ILL BE LIVE BOOSTER FOR little, Mrs. Ben Crow and Mrs. Julia and illiterates are men.
Prof. Kilpatrick, superintendent o f
the car at a specific time at each place, j the company about nine year» ago.
W ILLIA M HOWARD.
o f Springfield, gave an intereat-
A ll interested arc cordially invited
The new line w ill be in operation
to visit the car, hear the lectures and some time the early part o f May
,Continued on page 7.)
Strong Resolution Adopted Endors pointed; Finance, W. M. Hickey, H.
Call boxes w ill be placed on the Woman’s Club Putting on Another
witnes» the demonstration.
B. Yancey, Smith. Grounds, John
ing the Progressive, Aggressive,
I poles at intervals and keys to these
Entertainment for Benefit of L i
Skaggs, Curtis Veatch, John Veatch,
| boxes will be rented at a moderate
G. W. McFarland, Ed Adams. Bert
brary Fund.— Smith Mys
' «urn, so that automobiles meeting with
Advertising, S. B. Morss,
of the President.
tery Real Funny.
| breakdowns on the road w ill be able to
R. C. Andrews.
1 summon assistance.
A live T a ft Republican Booster Club
” A Man's Idea o f a W om an'» Club”
Baby Meets Accident.
was organized Monday for the further
Road Leading East From Main St.
The year-old-baby o f Mr. and Mrs. Churches Prettily Decorated, Ser
Elk« o f Oregon to the number o f five the Woman’s Club Wednesday, April ing o f the candidacy o f the President. I Geo. E. Woods received a fall Tuesday
mons and Music Appropriate
aa the One to Receive the
j hundred joined Monday with Eugene 17th, for the benefit o f the library Officers were elected and the follow ing i that nearly resulted seriously.
to the Occasion.
The playlet was written by
lodge No. 357. H. P. O., in dedication fund.
little tot crawled out o f bed and onto
o f the handaome new building ereeted
the sewing machine near by, falling
Easter was appropriately and beauti
A reaolution asking the County by the order here. They came by the years ago and has made a hit when sincerity «nd integrity o f the man, be
backwards off the machine, being
fully celebrated in Cottage Grove
Court to apend on the road leading East scores and by the car load and by the played at different places in Califor- lieving that his pre-eminent services
knocked unconacious. The mother was
churches. Decorations were in keep
from Main Street the county road h pec in I train load until the band was ma, Washington. Colorado, etc. It has and record o f progressive legislation
almost frantic until copious applica
ing with the day. as were also the ser
money raised by taxation «>f property worn out meeting trains. Townspeo been modified somewhat, so The Senti secured and proposed, mark him as the
tions o f cold water brought the little
mons and music.
within the city limita, waa pa>aed at ple entereti into the spirit o f the day, nel is informed, to local conditions and man best fitted to lead the Republican
one back to consciousness.
The sacred concert at the Presbyter
special meeting» o f the Commercial and while business did not suspend en there w ill be take-offs on prominent Party to triumphant victory at the
Club and Board o f Trade Tuesday and tirely, the influence o f the occa»ion local people.
ian Church in the evening was prob
lo lls in November next, believing that
Your eastern friends would like to ably the feature o f the day. and the
The entire play is said to be just too hi» honest, capable and aggressive ad-
was fe lt everywhere In the city, and
something about the country you ( building was crowded beyond capacity.
Tw o petitions have been presented many were the felicitations at the per funny for anything, and it is predicted ' ministration o f national affairs during
to the County Court, one for expend fection o f the day that greeted the that the old maid in the hobble skirt one o f the most trying and most exact- : are living in. Send them a copy o f the A well-arranged program, for which
those who took part had been practic
ing the money on the road referred to. happy event.— Eugene Register.
ing periods o f our history, make him | Sentinel, 5c.
will be a particular hit.
ing for weeks, was carried out without
and one for expending it on the road
most worthy o f this high and distin -.
About 20 attended from here.
There w ill alao be a clever skit,
a hitch. Much credit is due Miss Sils-
lea«ling south from Sixth street. Both
“ The Smith M ystery,” in which three
by for her successful training work.
petition» are aliout equally signed, and
"W e , the members o f the Cottage
Cottage Grove school teachers o f ten
Democrat Circulates Petition but Each number was deserving o f special
the Court asked that the commercial
der ages who have never been asked Grove T a ft Republican Club, without
and reprc»cntative citizen« A. Hemenway Walks Two Miles for veli wju ta|<e part>
Couldn’ t Sign.
disparagement to any other candidate,
The special exercises by the children
take official action to indicate which
Bovines That Are Not Lost.
Those in charge «»f the entertain- moat heartily endorse the business-like,
J. S. Medley had a good joke on one o f the M. E. Sunday School were elabo
road ia preferred. It is understood
! ment say it w ill be fully as go«xl as
o f the Republican candidates for state rate and beautiful. One o f the pretty
that the Court w ill he guided by such
Almond Hemenway did a lot o f leg ! lhe object for which it is given. A tration o f the Honorable W illiam How
office, and it happened thia w a y :
features o f the service was the pre
ard T aft, and hereby pledge him our
work one morning this week that I ,.r„ wje«.' house is anticipated,
A mutual friend o f Mr. Medley and senting o f novel decorated Easter eggs
brought him no results and made him ; Following is the program to be ren- j
Party Broken Up.
the state officer sent the judge initiative to her pupils by Mrs. Hazleton. There
thering hia nomination for another term
feel a little peeved at himself. And ,|ere(|;
petitions fo r circulation in Cottage are sixty in the class and the preparing
A pleasant little Saturday night
it all came because he was thoughtful Ke »dinK ____ Miss Eunice Van Denburg
“ We further pledge ourselves to use Grove.
Medley circulated the peti o f the eggs must have been a heavy
party waa broken up by the Marshal, o f a dumb brute.
every honorable means o f furthering tions. secured the requisite number o f
who swore out warrants for the arrest
Farce. “ The Smith M ystery”
The night before he had turned his
such candidacy between now ami the signers and returned them.
A t the Christian Church the Chil
o f half dozen or more o f the members. cattle out in the lane to feed. In the Jessica
.Miss Lena Holcomb
date o f the Chicago convention, and to early mail he received the petitions
dren's choir had charge o f the singing
Bail was put up for their appearance morning they were no where in sight, Resina. .
.......... Miss Burgess
continue that support in the event o f back with the information that they
and added much to the significance o f
Monday, and upon their failin g to »how so he concluded they must have come ' Pauline.......
___ Miss Greenwood
were invalid unless signed by the cir-1 the occasion.
up it was forfeited.
on in to town. As his horse had dotie j MUI<jc
About 100 have joined the club up to ! culator. Medley knew this regulation ,
a hard day’ s work the day bcfarc he j
. | date and signed the resolution.
but didn’ t think o f it at the time o f
decided to make the trip on foot. He
I circulating the petition« He aent back
looked in the pound and all around, but
Mr«. Caldwell President. C. H. Burkholder, 1st vice- word that he couldn't sign a Republi- j
could not find the bovines and returned Secretary....................
can petition by reason o f the fact that
home. Going to the stable to feed his Treasurer......................... Mrs. Abrams president, J. I. Jones; secretary, El
he is a Democrat, and someone else had
Fruit trees are all in blossom and
At ita meeting last Saturday Cot horse he found the rattle in the yard, Guard..................................Mrs. Kinter
be secured to do the work. It was the air is heavy with their perfume.
tage Grove Grange adopted a strong where they had been all the time he Old Maid................................Mrs. Jury The president was authorized to ap
such a good joke that J. S. couldn't So fa r they have been untouched by
reaolution opposing single tax, which waa looking fix ' them. I f he hadn’ t Mrs. Society. ................ Mrs. Mackin point six additional vice-presidents,
froat and the danger grows less every
ia published elaewhere. With the ini been so thoughtful o f his horse he Mrs. Hard T im e s ... Mrs. J. C.
Mrs. Compton tiona: C. A. Harlow. N. W. White,
tiations completed Saturday the grange would have dicovered the bossies in Mrs. Town Knocker.
Among the many handsome dw ell day. The prospects are excellent for
Seats are now on sale at The Wave W. H. Abrams. I.ew A. Cates. Herbert ings that are making headway are one o f the biggest and earliest crop»
the first place and saved himself the
now haa a membership o f over 300.
long trip. It ia no joke for a man of at 25c and 35c and are going rapidly. Eakin and John Spray.
these o f A. L. Woodard. Chas. Adams in the history of the valley.
Other growing things are keeping
The entertainment w ill be put on at
A second meeting o f the club w ill be and B. K. Lawson. The latter is rap
•” Ihe Shop” Where Good Printing ia his rotund phyai«|ue to walk four miles
pace with the fruit.
held next Tueadav evening.
before breakfast just for fun.
idly nearing completion.
Creamery Business Doubles
Cottage Grove Country Rapidly Demonstrating It*
Extreme Adaptability to Great Dairy Busine** :: =
DEMONSTRATION CAR MONDAY
LOCAL WOMAN ADDRESSES MEET
WHAT MAN THINKS OF LIVE TAFT CLUB IS
EASTER SERVICES ARE
COWS AT HOME WHILE HE HUNTS
GRANGE OPPOSES SINGLE
JOKE ON REPUBUCAN CANDIDATE
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