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TWO BENEFITS FOR
SAVINGS DEPOSITS ARE GROWING
First Month Shows Satisfactory
Business for Institution.
Despite the fact that -luring the
Oral week of the existence of the local
l). S. Postal Savings Hank there waa
but one lonely silver dollar de|wiaited,
the flrat month ahowM di-|ioaits of over
$ 200 . The deposits are coining in
slowly, hut aucti deposits are usually
money put into u bank to stay some
time and each month will, no doubt,
allow a material increase.
Chaa. F. Walker haa gone into part-
nerahip with Louis Jensen in the gro
cery huaioeaa, but will continue hia
What a New Yorker Thinks of
SCHOOL BOVS FRACTURE LIMBS
IS SUPERHEATED AIR
Donald Tibbels and Vinal Randall
Donald Tibbels, six-year-old son of
BUTKKPIAN MUS1CALK AND
Tibbels, fractured his arm Tues NOTHING TO REPORT OF SALE
THKKE DAYS' CARNIVAL.
day noon while playing in the school i OF 0. & S. E. RAILWAY.
house basement. He was swinging
N ew Y ork C ity , April 5, 1912
from a timber, when one hand slipped Officials of Road Would Like to
Public Library Hoard Make« Ar
M y D ear G rant :
and he fell to the ground, inflicting the
rangements for Entertainments
Know How It Could Be Done
fracture. The little fellow was im
That Will Add Sum to
Without Their Knowl
tions in your new venture aa a publisher of a Weekly
i is getting along nicely.
and I must say that the Hheet is attractive locking as
While playing baae ball Friday,
Arrangements for two benefit* that
suffered a fracture to one of the bonea “There is absolutely nothing to the
would put to shame some of the New York Dailies if
will add muterislly to the public li
of the lower leg. He is also doing reported sale of the Oregon A South
a comparison were made
brary fund wore made at a apt-rial
eastern Railway to the Great Northern
meeting of tho boar-1 hrld Friday after-
I, too, have left the Sfillson Shop, being away
interests,” said Manager A. B. Wood
noon. Tho flrat will Ite a mnaleale
when interviewed on the subject by
given by tho Kutorpian Club. The
aeeontl will bo a throe days’ carnival.
that the sale had been made
Trusting that the start you have made may
Tho inuaiealo by tho club, under the
transfer would be made
lead to bigger things, I am,
direction of Miaa Hilaby, will probably
published in a local
be |(iven Mon-lay, May 13th. Tho mein Cottage Grove streuta will have a
Mr. Wood, in speak
"I am greatly surprised at the
bera have been rehearsing for a couple much improved appearance at the end
it plain that it
mnntha aial tho entertainment will of the aciiHon if all paving planned ia
With the Nation Pram
was nothing but superheated atmos
cipial, if not aurpaaa, the many high completed.
streets, the new brick buildings on phere. ” 1 would like to know how the
Main Street and other improvements deal was closed up without the officials
Petitions have already been accepted
astonished me. I never saw a small of the road getting some inkling of
for the paving of a number of streets,
city make so many changes in so short what waa going on,” said Mr. Wood.
among them being South Fourth, Weat
a time.” This is the statement made,
Main to the Silk Creek Bridge and the
by Mr. Davenport, owner of the Carni
cross streets in tho business part of
val company which is to appear here
under the auspices of the library board.
A petition ia being circulated thia
He was formerly here with the Barnes
week for the paving of South Sixth
from the railroad track to the edge of
the city limits. Thia |>etition waa got ADDITIONAL AWARDS FOR BEST KEPT LEDGER ACCOUNT OF
Who’s the Plagiarist?
ten out aa aoon aa the county court de VEGETABLES AND COOKING
The following dainty little piece of
cided to apend the county money on the
poetry appeared in the Cottage Grove
Sixth Street or Isjndon Bond. Anoth Merchants of Cottage Grove Give
Every Store of the City and Many Leader of April 23, apparently as an ,
er fight haa come up on the dia|s>aition
of thia money and it may not be fully Liberally for New List of Prizes
in Eugene Victimized by Wo original
The buds of spring are bursting forth, J
settled >ct. It ia understood that the
for Industrial Agricultural
men With Deft and Quick
The lambs are in a frolic.
petition for the improvement inaide
The Boosters all are smiling,
the city will b« withdrawn if the coun
And the knockers have the colic.
ty money ia not spent on the road.
The city will not be able to start Die Cottage Grove Grange ha« arranged Two shoplifters who have been ply The same dainty little piece of poet
improvements until it gets alaiut the following list of prize« to be given ing their trade here for a month or ry also appeared in the Brownsville
$10,000 in work on hand, aa contractors on vegetable exhibit« at the Industrial more, who systematically kept a ledger Times of April 19th. The Times did
do no aeem to rare to bid on any lean. Fair to be held thi» fall under the | account of every article stolen, its not claim originality, but the question
auspices of the grange. These prizes | value and from whom atolen, and who is, how did they get hold of it four:
C II VAN P K N R I'K O
arc in addition to those already offered had victimized every store in this city days before The Leader wrote it.
W h o A Miunr-I r h u t g e ol l.ucal
and a number of Eugene stores, were
Hay Baker ia making good with by the busine«« men :
Bcaaemer. He pitched the tlrat game Largest collection of vegetable«, trio caught Saturday, and it is thought that Van Denburg in Charge Today.
claaa ontertainmonta given by thia ot the season and won it and haa won Buff Orpington chickens, G. W. Me a stop has been put to a reign of petty The local postoffice today passed into R. M. Veateh Elected Member of
thievery that had worried the mer the hands of C. H. VanDenburg, re
three more since. Hia team ia at the Far land.
largest variety of squashes, one chants of the city. The names of the cently appointed postmaster.
Tho carnival ia a hlgh-rlasa, aoven- head of the league, having won 6 out I »mall
rug, Himeral A ’’»n Denburg. women are Mrs. Edith McGee and Lulu
ahow proposition. Tho board haa an of 7 games played.
County Democratic Com
Largest squash, any variety, four- } Earl. The latter is a daughter of re-
airroomont that if there ahould be any
Eugene last Thursday
quart aluminum kettle, Wynne A i »peeled residents of this city. Both are
objectionable foaturca the contract
M. Travis chairman,
well known local women and the arrest
may bo cancelled. It will be put on
Second largest squash, any variety, was made just as they were about to
Thuraday, Friday and Saturday, May
lamp, B. Lurch.
take the train for the home of one up the
li'.th, 17th and lHlh.
Largest pumpkin, $1.00, Herbert Row River. They had with them when
Tho prorcoda from tho two onter-
captured a suit case full of stolen MAYOR REFUSES T 0 CALL represent the county in the congres
tainmenta are expected to put the li GEO. M. HAWLEY WINS OUT FOR Harrington.
Second largest pumpkin, $1.00, goods. They also acknowledged hav
brary fund in auch ahapo that the board
Knowles A Graber.
ing a considerable quantity cached at
ran plan on inakinK a aubatnntial in
Speaking of the meeting, the Eugene
Three largest and best cabbages, their homes, most of which has since
vestment in laioka.
Those in Charge of Affairs Deter "Enthusiastic
one-half oz. perfume, New Era Drug ! been recovered.
speeches were made
Tobacco and Liquor Discussed.
of Cottage Grove
Three second best cabbages, safety the stuff stolen and the name of the
The evila of tobacco and apiritoua Will Be First Time in 25 Years razor
of Eugene. The
Talk to Council Regular
and one-half dozen blades, Ben store from which stolen, together with
This City Has Had
li-iuora wore diacuaaed at an interest
the value. The names of the stolen
ing meeting of thu Patron-Teachera
Best half dozen table beets, pair articles were spelled backwards and in
Aaaociation Fri-lay afternoon. Ad-
Lane very effectively. Mr. Veateh, as
shoes, W. C. Johnson A Co.
cluded petticoats, jewelry, base balls, While so far those in charge of the well as Dr. Selover are orators of con
droaaoa ware delivered by V. E. lioven, For the first time in at least 26 years lady’s
half dozen mangel beets, sack 1 pipes, plumes, knives, cards, shoes, remonstrance against the appearance siderable ability and their remarks
A. II. King and Prof. II. K. Inlow. a Cottage Grove mao ia likely to be of Best
White Flour, Sterling Feed Co. waists, stockings, doll babies, medi of the Sells-Floto circus have been un- were received with great applause.”
About 20 wore present.
elected to county office. Geo. M. Best half dozen carrots, 17-quart cine,
knick knacks ; in fact nearly every 1 able to do anything to stop the big The Republican committee met on
Hawley, Cottage Grove’s candidate for enamel dish pan. The Fair Store.
of article of any show from giving its performance, the same day.
Giant and Liliputian.
Commiaaioner won out for the Best dozen parsnips, $1.00, M. M. value, every kind
in the city contri they have decided to fight to the bitter F. M. Wilkins was elected chairman
A giant egg weighing alxiut aix County
The news end and are still hopeful of results.
of the county committee and Y. D.
ounces and a midget egg weighing per- by a plurality of 64 votes over hia Best dozen turnips, silver tooth pick papers seem to be the only
places of The committee appointed to ask the Hensill was named as secretary. J.
hapa half an ounce were the curiosities several opiainenta. The splitting up of holder, H. C. Madsen.
that escaped, no printing mayor to call a special meeting for the M. Williams was re-elected the county
brought in Monday by W. A. Hemen- the vote in other acetiona of the coun Best dozen rutabagas. Perfection business
typesetting machines having consideration of the remonstrance member of the state central committee
wuy. Both eggs were laid by hia hena, ty. together with the solidity of Cot rural mail box, Swengel Hardware Co. been reported
was somewhat set back by the flat and J. W. Hobbs was elected to repre
although hardly by the aamo hen.
tage Grove’s vote, accounts for the Best dozen onions, any variety, brush The business missing
of His Honor to do so, but sent Lane County on the congressional
to be a regular committee.
Tootl Tootl Toot!
Cottage Grove has not had a county Second best dozen onions, any varie several days, but even then they were meeting night happens
council and, in
Mrs. L. A. Chamberlain, who held office since the day when Burn Veateh ty, set pie plates, Jensen & Walker. not caught taking the goods. Satur the words of one of those
interested, Residents along the river south of
tho lucky number on the quilt at waa County Commissioner, which was Best plate tomatoes, fancy dish, day morning they appeared at The “ there will be something doing."
A the bridge are cutting away the brush
Hampton A Co.'a, learned of her good about 26 yoara ago. The only other Metaan Shop.
and parking the river bank, adding
fortune through reading Hampton's ad. office Cottage Grove has had waa when
much to the beauty of that part of the
in last week's Sentinel.
E. P. Bedford waa also County Com
missioner. Outside of these two cases
not to be a demonstration against the
there ia no recollection of Cottage
as a majority of the members
Grove getting into the court house,
to be in favor of recalling
although thia city has had several
if any way can be shown
representatives in the legislature.
There ia considerable difference of
has been secured from
opinion aa to how well Hawley will
of the state, who
Fed on Alfalfa Since Last run at the general election.
IS COMPLETELY PLAYED OUT OTHER PEOPLE IN CITY BESIDES says there is a Sunday law prohibiting Was Early Settler in Willam
of this kind on the Sab ette; Still Practices Profession
Fall; No Grain Used to Fatten.
AND CANNOT TALK.
REM0NSTRAT0RS, HE SAYS. exhibitions
Arbor Day Book Issued.
legal advice is to the
The biennial Arbor Day Book haa
law is unconstitutional.
The Cottage Grove country ia not been issued from the office of the State After Long journey Young Couple No Way to Recall License, Which It has also been learned that the coun Dr. W. W. Oglesby, still a practicing
the only auction of the alatc that ia Superintendent of School«. The sub Hurry to Their Home and Re
Was Passed Without Dissent cil can not rescind the license without physician and city health officer and
making a reputation for graaa-fattened ject matter is of much interest and
laying the city liable to a damage withal a very lively citizen generally,
ing Vote.—No Excuses
fuse To Be Interviewed
value to all citizens interested in what
and the remonstrators can not will celebrate bis 75th birthday anni
Oregon alfalfa fed a terra laat week Arlior Day aland« for. Tho book can
an injunction without putting versary tomorrow. Just 59 years ago
aold in the North Portland stockyarda be secured by application to the »late
bond to protect the state to a day he was crossing the Nebraska
at $7.26 per hundred pounda, the high Rupcrintcndent'« office.
Almost a nervous wreck from her Cottage Grove, Ore., May 2, 1912.— against a possible damage suit.
on his way to the famous, fer
est price ever obtained in the open Roseburg Team to Come Sunday. experiences on the Titanic and all Ed. Sentinel: Will you kindly allow Another plan will be discussed at a prairies
Willamette, little dream
market weat of the Rocky mountains.
up wealth in its vir
In all 16 carload»— 386 head—of extra The Roseburg team is expected to the continent by rail, Mrs. Arthur ply to to an article in The Leader of tonight for the formulating of other gin soil and the treasures hidden in is
fancy atccra were Bold at thia price. be here Sunday for a game with the Woolcott. who arrived on thia morn- April 30th.
mountains. He was accompanying his
They were fed by H. L. l'riday, tho local team. Hoaeburg is «aid to have ing's early train, was rushed to the It has been the custom for the record At the meeting Sunday night, one parents and drove an ox team the en
well known feeder of the Shaniko a fast bunch of ball to««er«.
home of Curtis Veateh for a much er to issue all licenses. When the cir speaker suggested taking the matter tire trip.
There was no game last Sunday on needed
rest. She ia physically incap cus agent called for a license, he asked up with the circus people. This idea In hia new home Dr. Oglesby has had
The animala averaged 1264 pounda account of the Oakland team failing to able for the present of being inter me about it and I advised him to refer seema to be gaining favor.
a varied experienced. He graduated
and, according to K. H. Caswell, of show up. ________________
viewed and will be kept where the cur the matter to the council as they would That the citizens of the city are from Willamette Medical College, waa
Kidwcll A Caswell, prominent feeders, Old clean rags wanted at thia office. ious can not disturb her until she re meet that night. He did, and after strongly against the appearance of the the first mayor of Fossil and the sec
as Well aa commission men, were the
discussing the matter, the council circus is ably demonstrated by the ond mayor of Cottage Grove. It was
heat hand of ateers that ever entered
Change in S. P. Time Table.
As stated in The Sentinel last week, granted the license without a dissent minutes of the meetings and the reso during his administration that the first
the North Portland yards. They were Taking effect May l«t. No. 18 will Mrs. Woolcott Miss Maiion Wright ing vote. There is no way that we lutions passed by the different organi gravity water system was secured. He
fed on alfalfa since laat fall and no arrive at Cottage Grove at 10:02 a. m. of Yeovil, England, where she and Mr. have been able to discover that the zations of the city, which have been
part in the Bannock Indian War
grain waa used in the finishing, it is making connectiona at Albany for Ya- Woolcott parted as sweethearts, the council can revoke thia license without ordered published in the papers at ad took
and waa also one of the earliest explor
quina; No. 19 will arrive at Cottage latter coming to Cottage Grove to pre- leaving the city liable to damage.
ers in the Bohemia Mining district, lo
“ The Shop” Where Good Printing ia Grove at 2:47 p. m., No. 20 will arrive
eating the mine which he gave the
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at Cottage Grove at 3:86 p. m.
Done -The Sentinel.
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name “ Anna" in honor of his daughter.
MUCH SURPRISED BY
PUNS MANY STREET
GRANGE ADDS PRIZES SHOPLIFTERS CAUGHT
1‘ o n t u f f i i r
W. W. O G L E SB Y
W h o W ill C e le b r a te 75th B ir th d a y
A n n iv e r s a r y T o m o r r o w
Y ralrn U y
COTTAGE GROVE GETS
GRASS FED STEERS
BRING HIGH PRICE
TITANIC SURVIVOR MAYOR DEFENDS HIS