Cottage Grove leader. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1905-1915, August 27, 1915, Image 4

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    MRS. VEATCH DIES
WAS SALEM RESIDENT FOR PAST
FIFTY YEARS
Death of Daughter-is-Law In Seattle
Saturday Brings Double Affliction to
the Family.
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'individual Requirements.
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WITH THE AL. G. BARNES CIRCUS HERE MONDAY, AUGUST 30.
INCENDIARY FIREBUG
A double death has occurred in the
Veatch fam ily, the passing of Mrs. J. P.
Veatch, for fifty years a resident of Sa­
lem, closely following that of her
daughter in-law, Mrs. Olivia M. Veatch,
a former Salem woman, who died S atur­
day, while visiting in Seattle. Mrs
Veatch died yesterday at 2 p. m. at her
late residence 828 Marion street, aged
73 years.
The funeral eervicea of the elder Mrs.
Veatch will be held from
parlors of
WebbA Clough, W ednesday, at 3 p. m.
Kev. F. T. Porter will officiate and bur­
ial will be in Odd Fellows cemetery.
Alcinda Lawrence Y'eatch was born
in Boone County, Missouri, April 23,
1842, and moved with her parents to
Davis County, Iowa, when about six
years old. She was m arried to J. P.
Veatch, who survives her, April 2ti,
18liU, in Iowa uud crossed the plains to
Oregon in 1803, settling in La Grande,
Union County. She moved to Salem in
1805, where she has remained ever since.
She was a mother of nine children, two
sons and seven daughters; two of the
daughters, Mary and M yrtle, died in
1880. The surviving children are A. W.
Veatch of Salem and J. W. Veatch of
Boise, Idaho; the daughters are Mrs.
Olive Owens and Mrs. Anna Pape of
Portland, Mrs. Alice W ynne of Cottage
Grove, Mrs. Carrie Tibbals of Port Ca­
sey, Wash., and Ethel Tummernenu of
Salem. She leaves two brothers, VV. N.
and G. C. Lawrence of Portland, and
four sisters, Miss M ary F. Lawrence
and Mrs. Anna Husking of Portland,
Mrs. Belle Bray and Mrs. Ella Newman
of California. She has passed nearly
fiftey years in Salem, where she was
well and favorably kne wn and her
many friends will sincerely mourn her
loss. She suffered a stroke of paralysis
about six years ago, from which she
never recovered and four weeks ago was
taken with another stroke. In her last
hour she was surrounded by her hus­
band and children with the exception of
John W. Veatch of Boise, Idaho, who
was detained on account of the death
of his wife, which occurred Saturday.
Olivia Masher Veatch, the beloved
wife of John W. Veatch, form erly of
this city, and now of Boise, Idaho, died
a t the home of her sister, Mrs. Jack
West of Seattle, Saturday, August 21,
1915. Mrs. Veatch had been ill several
weeks and accompanied by her duugh
ter Leona was taken to her siste r’s
home last W ednesday in hopes that the
lower altitude would be of benefit to
her.
Besides her husband, John W. Veatch,
she leaves two daughters, Leona and
Helen. The remains are enroute to Ida­
ho for burial.—Salem Journal.
i
The World’s Greatest Exposition
la now at ita Hei? in
S a n F ra n c isc o
Never before in the history of the world has there
been conducted such a m agnificent and wonderful
Exposition. Here is artistically presented the produc­
tions of the mind and labors of m ankind throughout
the ages.
Low Round Trip Tickets are on sale daily to San
Francisco.
Four commodious trains leave every day for San
Francisco.
Scenery enroute is fascinating, varied and unsur­
passed.
Electric autom atic Block Signals guard the Way.
Our folders, “ W ayside Notes Shasta R oute” and
“ California and Its Two Expositions” will interest
you.
Our nearest agent wili give your inquiries courteous
attention.
i
Mrs. J. V. Stew art of Jusper, Ore., re­
turned home lust Wednesduy after n
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
M. Parker at Cottage Grove, and nlso The old red building near the 8. P. de­
pot and east of the railroad tracks was
with friends at Portland.
to be on fire Wednesduy
Miss
Elizabeth
Woods
left
W
ednes­
Optometrist and Jeweler day for a visit with friends at Portland, discovered
night about 11 o'clock. The fire was
seen by Frank Wallace who gave the
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland. Ore
Elk Creek neur Seaside, Ore., and Kelso, alarm
brought out the fire depart
au g ll 25
Wash., after which she will return to ment. which
The
blaze
was
soon
extinguished
Poukeepsie, N. Y. to resume her duties
little damage done.
as teacher of Psychology in Vasser Col­ and The very
old hulk has been unoccupied for
lege.
years and was somewhat of an eye sore
_»_».
.«_♦_•_•.
.♦ .
J. J. Lane received a handsome offi­ to the public. It was originally built
cial bronze souvenir of the Panam a P a­ for a machine shop. The business was a
cific Exposition sent by his son, C. P. failure and the machinery was removed
Lane, who is visiting the fair. It is in and disposed of. How a fire could start
x
Mr. and Mr». J. W. Stoops have re the form of a skillet, shows the “ tower there is a mystery.
of Jew els” and bears the following in­ Later. This same building was fired
turned from Boseburg.
“ Panama Pacific Interna­ by an incendiary Thursday evening and
uud Mrs. Joe Arnold and Mr. and scription:
/ Mr.
tional
Exposition,
O fficial Sou­ totally consumed. Before the firemen
*trs. Fred Arnold are visiting at the venir.” It will be u 11115.
valued
keepsake. arrived the building was past saving
home of the mother of the men, Mr».
they directed their efforts toward
A m arriage license was issued on Aug. and
Joe Porter.
wetting down other buildings in that
24
to
Jam
es
Nuton
England,
of
Uorena,
Mr. and Mr». Albert He...well have and Ella Ruth Anderson, of Cottage vicinity and preventing the fire from
spreudng. The entire population came
returned from Yoneolla.
Grove.
out to see the bonfire. The building
l.evi Ueer of London went to P ort­ Miss N ettie Lewis returned to P ort­ was
owned by Robert Anlaut' and had
land .Wednesday on bu»ine»».
land Saturday after a three w eeks’ visit been condemned but the owner neglect­
H. M. Dumewood and mother visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. ed to remove it.
relatives and friends at Wolf Creek Lewis.
from Friday until .Sunday. H. M. Miss Grace Battee, formerly of Cot
found poor deer hunting on account of tage
Grove, has opened a photograph
the droutu but will try again. _
studio in Portland.
Cljqi<cl| Setf'v'ices
Por »ale cheap, second hand ..ack, or
Wilcox and F. J. Hurd went
will trade for a heifer. J. D. Huderson, out olins.
to the Bohemia mines last week to
Aug. 27 pd.
spend a few days. Mr. Wilcox, who is
S. L. M ackin and the boys of his Sun­
METHODIST EPISCOPAL.
Rev. 1). A. MacLeod ha» finished hi» from Denver, arrived in Eugene Wed­ The Beautiful Story Portrayed Amid Mrs. J. P. S tarr of Portland is visit­ day School Class started Thursday
Horace N. Aldrich, Pastor.
Majestic Surroundings.
vacation and i» “ buck on the jo b “ as nesday looking for his cousin, Mr. Hard,
morning for a forty-mile walking trip; Every Sunday, 9:45 a. m. Sunday
ing Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Jones and fam ­ they
pastor of the Presbyterian church. He whom he had not seen in 25 years.
camp out one night and expect to School, S. L. Mackin superintendent.
report» an interesting and profitable Rex Wheeler is spending a few weeks The Cottage Grove K nights of P ythi­ ily.
climb Cerro Gordo mountain.
Mrs. Maude W right, superintendent of
as
had
a
pleasant
journey
and
a
safe
re­
play spell.
the Prim ary D epartm ent. Service, with
at Portland and visited the famous old turn from Medford and C rater Lake last
11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. B aker leave next convict ship “ Success.”
week. Most of them went by autom o­ BOOZE MAY NOT BE SENT COURT TO LET TAXPAYERS Sermon
Junior Epworth League 3 p. m. Mrs
week for a visit with relatives in Colo­ T. C. Wheeler has purchased the bile
and
returned
the
same
way.
Upon
Helen Aldrich, superintendent.
rado and Kaunas. Part of the way they Buick which he and Oscar Woodson re­ their arrival at M edford they were tak ­
BY MAIL
Epworth League 7 p. m. Dr. Richard
will be accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. cently drove up from Portland.
DECIDE
ON
BRIDGE
en
care
of
by
the
local
committee
and
M cCargar, president.
N ate Compton who will visit parents
steered
to
the
lake.
Camp
was
made
and other relatives neur De» Moiues, TO TRADE—I will trade a good stand­ under the hemlock grove above the ho­ In correcting a statem ent made by The Oregon state highway commis­ Chapter No. 2, 7 p. m. Frederic
ard Jersey cow and a spring Jersey tel. A fter dinner Tuesday there was a one of the Portland newspapers. P ost­ sion will, as soon as possible, prepare Aldrich, president.
Iowa.
Morning, Rev. H. J. T albott, presi
for a good, steady work horse. concert by the Medford band. Then the m aster Fiske gives some inform ation
M argaret Vale, Southern Beauty and heifer
of Kimball College of Theology of
M atthews, Silk Creek.
story of Damon and Pythias was staged regarding unmuilable articles, especial­ estimates ns to the cost of a wagon dent
President W ilson’s neice, i» one of the Fritz
Salem, will preach. Evening, uirtun
in a natural am phitheater, huge bonfires ly liquors, which may be of interest to bridge across the W illamette river on services
cast of noted players associated with Aug. 23 30 pd.
in the park.
the Lane-Linn County line at H arris­
Win. Parnum in Nut Uoodwin’a big »uc­ The A. W. Wampole family and the furnishing the light. A dance in the as­
ee»», “ The Ouilded Pool” to be shown Misses Marshall drove to Eugene F ri­ sembly room of the hotel with music by the public. He refers particularly to burg. On Thursday H. W. Libby, Lane
the band was greatly enjoyed.
the liquor establishm ent just across the ounty’s engineer, met with A ssistant
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
at The Arcade Wednesday, September 8. day evening.
D. A. MacLeod.
Win. Parnum will be remembered here A. L. Zacharias has returned from a W ednesday morning the rank team California line, which purposes to serve C State
Engineer Sadler and Engineer Bible School at 10 a. m. Morning
and the candidates were taken /by Oregon customers with these beverages
as playing in “ The Spoilers” and also trip to the fair at ’Frisco.
launch to W izard Island, where in the
Geddes of Linn County, to take meas­ worship at 11 n. m. Junior Christian
obiyed the lead ill “ Sam pson.”
He says:
K inter writes from P ittsburg extinct crater, the grand lodge assem by “ mail.
urements for the bridge, which will Endeavor at 3 p. m. Evening worship
S -.I'gular service in the Presbyterian that Harry
Everyone should be made to under­ probably
are as quiet there in pro­ bled and the initiation ceremonies were
be erected within the next at 8 p. m.
church next Sunday morning. I'nion portion things
concluded.
In
the
evening
there
was
a
stand
that
Uncle
Sam
does
not
allow
service will be held in the Christiau are here. to the size of the city as they farewell dance at the hotel, after liquor to ever enter the mails in any two years.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
church Sunday evening instead of the
speeches by officers of the grand lodge
Mr. Libby said yesterday that the
T.
B. McDonald, M inister.
city park. Service at 7:30. Everybody Mrs. M artha Kayser returned Friday and visiting knights. Early Thursday shape, as for the public to think other­ highway
commission will make esti­ Friday evening,
from a visit to her ranch at W alker.
welcome.
choir practice.
the return trip began, a stop for lunch wise will cost confusion and expense mates of the
cost of at least two types Sunday, Bible School
at 9:45 a. m.
for nothing. While on this subject it of steel bridge,
The »econd annual M anufacturers and Miss Mabel Goodridge is spending a being made at Prospect.
on a concrete bridge, Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
In describing the surroundings Lew- might also be well to mention that mis­
Land Products Show under the auspices few weeks at Cnnyotiville.
of the Dallas Observer says in his leading item s have also frequently been and on a wooden bridge. The m easure­ C. E. 7 p. m. Prayer meeting Thurs
of the Portland Ohainber of Commerce, Miss Inez Flynn is at Medford, where Cates
ments taken by the engineers show that day a t 7:30 p. m.
will be held Oct. M to X n\. lit. The she was culled by the serious illness of paper:
‘ ‘ Perhaps no lodge session was ever published by the Portland papers ns to the main structure would have to be L adies’ Aid m eeting each Wednesday
Cottage drove Commercial Club and her father.
held in more awe inspiring surroundings shipments made by parcel post—such 450 feet long, besides the two approach­ afternoon.
other Lane County booster organisa­
Subject of morning sermon, “ The
on a more m ajestic spot; the crater as stoves, furniture, live animals, etc.
tions are urged to prepare exhibits and E. L. Goodridge of Bluff, Utah, visit­ or
Value of Yea and N ay .” Evening ser
ed during the past week at the home of of an extinct volcano, the great caldron Stoves and furniture would be barred es, the one on the H arrisburg side be­ vice
help make a sucre»» of the show.
at the park at seven o ’clock sharp.
of a collapsed mountain now filled with by their size, excluding 84 inches of ing form 150 to 200 feet long, and the
Mr. and Mrs. Prank W oodruff took in his daughter, Mrs. Nelson Durham.
Subject, “ None of Your Business.”
the
beautiful
blue
waters
of
the
world
’»
one
on
the
Lane
County
side
about
300
the Springfield I. O. O. P. picnic yester­ Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dillon returned unique lake.
combined girth, and nothing alive, ex­
long, making a total of about 950
day and Mr». W oodruff remained for a Friday from their eastern trip.
Fully three hundred K nights were cept a queen bee, properly packed, can feet
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST.
visit with Mr». H. S. Osterhout.
Alfred Todd of Lebanon visited F ri­ well cared for in the encampment under be mailed. The frequent stories of this feet.
Prayer
giant hemlocks overlooking the lake or that being sent by mail, not con­ The type of concrete bridge upon ing at 7:30. m eeting on W ednesday even­
Messrs. S. M. Parks and Mrs. Good- day with Kev. Sutcliffe. Mr. Todd is ami
another hundred were sheltered in
which the stnte highway commission Young People's M issionary Volunteer
returning
to
Colorado
to
make
his
home.
speed director» of the Oregon Bureau
picturesque lodge now rapidly nenr- form ing to regulations of weight and will figure the estim ate is new, and, Society,
of Mines have been camping in this vi­ Harry M artin returned Saturday the
evening ut 7:30.
completion. A hundred nutomobiles measurement, cause erroneous im pres­ according to Engineer Libby, there are Sabbath Friday
cinity for several days and examining from a visit at Portland and other ing
School eneh Sabbath at 1:30
were
used
in
the
transportation
of
the
the minerul deposits and mines.
points.
visitors and not n note of discord sions to go out to possible shippers, and only one or two in the whole country p. m. Services following.
D ale Kissue accidentally cut a big The W. C. T. U. will hold their annual marred the hnrmony of the occasion. this is not for the good of the service. at the present time. Until the last
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE.
gush in one of his legs on Monday while meeting and elect officers in the C hrist­ Through the enterprise of the Pythian», “ I take it that, as a newspaper al­
or two, it has been considered im
The
Christian
Science church holds
. fighting fire. l)r. Kiute dressed the ian church at 3 p. m. Saturday, Aug. hundreds of persons viewed this won­ ways enedavoring to provide the pub­ year
possible to erect a bridge of this type service in their chapel.
242 Second St.,
28th.
t _ and and the patient is doing well.
derland of nature that would never oth­ lic w ith the truth only, you will de­ of
concrete.
every Sunday at 11 a. m. and every
have seen it and thousands have sire to counteract wrong impressions,
At Twin Pnlls, Idaho, Mr. and Mrs. Fred l.ayton, aged eighteen, nccident- erwise
The Lane County Court members say W ednesday evening at 7:30. All arc
heard of it, who would never otherwise
John Tooth locked their five children in j ally shot himself with his own gun have
it. For the first time the and correct, at least, the statem ent that th at they are willing to assist in the welcome. Sunday School at 10 a. ni.
the house and went away to a dance. ! while deer hunting on Aug. 15th. six music noted
of a brass band echoed among the our Oregon imbibers may, after Jan u ­ building of this bridge next year nr the and each Wednesday from 1:30 to 4:3o
The house caught fire in some way and hours after the open season for deer m ajestic
our circulating library is open to th*
cliffs of O rater Lake and its ary 1. get their booze by m ail.”
hunting went into effect. The young
the children burned to death.
year after next, if the taxpayers of the public.
melody floated over its mystic w ater as
m
an's
father
was
a
member
of
the
Mr. ami Mrs. Ernest Lyon of Spring
county desire it. They say they will
hum anity kept pace to the measured
party.
field were Sunday guests at the 1). Ster ( hunting
beat
of
the
waltz.
For
the
first
time
a
not act unless the people vote for such
BAPTIST CHURCH.
Mrs. W. H. Smith, aged 57 years 8 play was staged under the thousand-
ling home.
nn
appropriation
in
the
annual
budget.
E.
G.
O. Groat, Stated Supply.
months and 4 days, died in Cottage year
W
E
S
S
O
N
old trees in the light of the blaze
Irwin O. Baker left Portland at sun­ Grove Sunday, Aug. 22d, after an illness of fallen
The members of the court adm it that Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching
logs
in
an
am
phitheatre
pro
rise on W ednesday, riding an Indian of two years. She was born in Colum­
11 a. m. Young People's Society at .
there is a big demand for the structure, p.
by nature. For the first time the
motorcycle and arrived at Roseburg at bia County. Wis„ was married to W. H. vided
m.
rough
unfinished
rocks
heard
the
sol­
but
they
have
decided
to
let
the
tax
­
M a. m. The distance covered is about Smith in 1875 at Poinette, Win., was a emn and inspiring words of the ritual
payers settle the m atter.—Eugene “ Booster N ig h t" G reat HU at Arcade
two hundred miles or fifty five miles an member of the Christian church. She is based on human friendship. The first
hour.
Register.
survived by her husband. The funeral time should by no means be the last.
Famous
substitute
for
Olive
Tuesday night was “ Booster N ig h t’ ’
will be held from the chapel on W ednes­ The example of the Pythian» should be
and as advertised, Mr. Blackford gave
Kev. Robert Sutcliffe will preach the day
Oil
in
making
Mayonnaise
at
2
p.
m.
away 10 one dallor orders on the
sermon at the M ethodist Episcopal
followed by other lodges.”
Dressing. Only
Ray Goodrich, of Eugene, has been Those in attendance from Oottage
“ Booster M erchants.” Some people
Church next Sunday morning.
of the University of
thought it was only a • fa k e ' but the
35C
were Messrs. YanDenburg. Swen
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Halley and two appointed to a fill regent
the vacancy on the board Grove
winners found that their orders were
gel,.
W
right,
Simeral,
C.
\>.
Parker,
Dr.
daughters are visiting at the home of Oregon
per
full
quart
can
Depart man t Called to Three Fires Inside just as good as the cash and had abso
by the death of the late Mr. Wall and Geo. \\ iddersheim.
Mrs. H alley’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. j caused
of Twenty-Four Honrs.
Mr. Goodrich is a lawyer, a
lutely no strings on it. This drawing
M. Harvey. They motored from Med Friendly. business
man and a leading
will take place every Tuesday and tick
ford and will return via Central Oregon. successful
Ex
President
W.
H.
T
aft,
wife
and
The fine residence on North Eighth ets purchased at the window any time
Subscribers of The Sentinel should
passed through O ittage Grove
street owned by John Brand was discov­ from W ednesday to 8:30 the next Tues­
Mrs. O. K. Ormiston and daughter inform us promptly when they change daughter
the Shasta Limited at 8:17 Monday
ered to be nn fire at 2 o'clock Thursday day evening. All winning numbers musi
Graciwpho have been guests at the J. B. their postoffice address. Do this and on
evening. They were on their way to
L Sim *1 home, left for Iona, Monday. you
afternoon. The firemen succeeded in be present at time of drawing.
will not miss a copy.
San
Francisco.
saving the building in a damaged condi
Mr. Himeral and Mrs. Ormiston are Gov. W ithycombe has called a con- j
There is an especially good program
Most of the furniture was saved at this popular theatre for Saturday.
brother and sister.
The O. P. A E. Railway is making re
Dishes in which eggs have been pre tion.
ferencc to decide what to do in the mat Í pairs
in
the
same
condition.
The
building
was
to the Wildwood bridge.
pared or b atter and dough mixed in owned by John Brund and occupied by This is a big four-reel story of capital
M urary H art of Salem, spent Sunday ter of the lands forfeited by the rail
and labor, and features the famous Flor
be rinsed with cold w ater be­
w ith A. W. Wampole and family.
roads. The conference will be held at Last week The le a d e r stated that should
and his son Wm. Brand and ence Turner as a mill hand and the sole
fore they are washed. If put in hot himself
Rev.
H.
N.
Aldrich
was
having
his
vaca­
Salem
Thursday,
Sept.
1«,
and
invita
wife,
who
were
at
Newport.
John
Mr. and Mrs. H. Harms returned to
w ater before the cold w ater is applied Brund was at his ranch when the fire support of her invalid mother who try»
to take part in it have been issued j tion. Such is not the case. His vaca­ the
Portland Friday after a visit with Cot fions
to keep peace among her fellow work
heat will cook the eggs or the flour was discovered.
tion
will
be
taken
later
in
the
season.
to
all
who
are
interested
in
the
disposi­
tage Grove relatives. They were ac­ tion of these lands.
men when their wages are reduced 15
paste
sufficiently
to
make
it
stick
to
He
was
at
Medford
on
business
for
a
companied by Miss Bessie Harms.
The building was insured for (1800 per cent. M any thrilling mob scenes
the dishes.
Frank W oodruff was at I.orane on day or two last week.
and the furniture for (800.
• • •
and much heart interest in this story.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Trask left Satur­ business one day of the past week.
Roseoe Hemenwsy left Sunday for Tincture of camphor, ten to twelve
day night for Newport where they will Mr. and Mrs. Ivins have moved back Portland,
where he will remain to a t­ drops to a tum bler of w ater, makes a A largely attended dance was given
spend a few days at their cottage.
from G rants Pass to Cottage Grove
Albert G riffin was ap from Yonroil-i
tend school.
good daily wash for the teeth.
by the Moose Saturday night.
over Saturday night.
D. J. SCHOLL
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