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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1909)
HAMPTON & CO
Here’s a Money-Saving Sale that must Appeal to the Econom-
ical buyer,. The Values offered are the best this store has
ever placed before the purchasing public, and should be taken
advantage of speedily.
All New Stock
We are now in our new home in the Woodward Building
one block from Hotel Oregon.
We are showing Boys’ Knickerbocker Suits, made
of exactly the same materials as our Men’s Suits,
at a reduction of 20 per cent. This would make
all of our Boys’ Best Suits, which sell regularlly at
$7-00, and are good values at that price, at
And likewise, our splendid assortment of Suits
in various styles and patterns, selling regularly any
where at $3.00 at
We have a line between these grades, and
want to reduce the stock to make room for a
thé present up-to-date stock we have added cin entire •
new stock in several lines, comprising Groceries, Shoes,
Last month we made a cut on Ladies’ and Child-
ren’s Coats and many garments went to those who
appreciate a money-saving sale. Still we failed to
reduce the stock sufficiently to suit us, and we are
going to make a still deeper cut in prices, and
want you to come and see these values. We
assure you that the same goods cannot be pur-
iS chased elsewhere for like money.
For instance here is an up-to-date Ladies* Long
Coat, in the latest fashions and fabrics, fitting per
? < fectly, and selling regularlly at $ 19 at
•Crockery,' Gloves and Underware.
You will find
anything you need in these lines, here, and you will
find our prices are consistant in every purchase. We
’take this opportunity to extend a cordial welcome to
our new store, and to thank you for past patronage as
We have cheaper ones, but also good values,
and worth more money than we ask for them
regularlly, at a reduction. We have coats worth
$15 for $12; $10 coats for $8, and an espec-
¡ally good one priced $8 for
In connection with
to solicit a continuance of your trade.
As a Special
Opening Inducement we are quoting some very low
prices in the above lines.
large consignment from the East, which is almost
due. On these we make the same reduction for
a few days only.
We Offer Bargains in Ladies’ Furs, Children’s Bear
Skin Coats and Children’s Storm Capes. You’ll need
them; better get them at Money-Saving Prices. These
offers will be withdrawn soon.
MAKES MATTERS PLAIN
in bowling at the Commercial club
rooms is anticipapted. The alley
opened on Tuesday evening and will be
in service four nights each week, Mon- '
days and Saturdays being excepted.
Notice Of Bond Sale.
Notice is hereby given that on the
3rd day of January, 1910, at the hour
of 7:30 p. m. of said day, the City of
Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon
will sell to the highest and best bidder
or bidders, $100,000 coupon bonds of
said city in denominations of $1000,
each, said bonds to be dated March 1st, I
1910, and to bear interest at the rate of i
5 per cent per annum, interest paid •
semi-annually, principal and interest.
payable in U. S. Gold Coin, the interest |
on said bonds to commence with f he I
date the money is delivered to said city. |
Each of said bonds to run for a period I
of 25 years from the date thereof. 1
Sealed bids will be received for the!
whole or any part of said bonds, each
bid to be accompanied by a certified I
check for $100 payable to the mayor of!
the city of Cottage Grove, checks to be ;
immediately returned to unsuccessful i
No bid for less than the par value of '
said-bonds will be considered and the I
Common Council reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
C. H. VAN DENBURG,
Continued from First Page,
Introducing a breif visit to our high
reach. The mountain stream whose
school as an argument, Spectator
basin is entirely uninhabited, is one of
THERE’S A REASON.
the sources of süpply here. However, People Who Trade Abroad Retard Pro mentally recalls some interesting data
and comparative notations for a new
it is necessary to thoroughly protect
gress of Town.
and completely modern school building
and where necessary patrol the area of
The Sentinel desires to call attention for Greater Cottage Grove. The old
its catchment basin and see that no
contamination by human or domestic to the announcement of Hampton & building with its new additions, its
Company on another page of this issue. evident lack of space and equipment,
animal’s feces accrue.
“Our city has spent large sums for Mr. Tyson, the manager, is making its incomplete sanitary and fire protec
sewers through trying to protect the some special reductions in prices, for a tions, together with the growing need
people from sickness and disease, and few days in order to make room for —want of manual, physical and domes
yet not one property owner in five has shipments from the East, which are tic training for the steadily increasing
enrollment—brings these questions di
connected the cesspools and water now due.
In this connection The Sentinel wants rectly home to us each day : Is the
closets on their property with these
sewers. We expect the property own to again urge upon the people of Cot present building adequate -in its struc
ers, not the tenants, will attend to tage Grove and vicinity the neces ture? Is the premium of insurance on
this. We not only expect this done, sity of patronizing the home stores. our children too high to pay? Shall we
They offer you the same money-saving hamper and discommode, even deter
we demand it.
“The following is from the State opportunities to be found elsewhere, their just rights, because of reasons or
while the money paid them goes into excuses that they are in no way to
Board of Health.
“Every county and city health officer the natural channel of local trade, and blame fdr? Are the conditions at
should create within his bounds a is exchanged time and again among home, at school and at large the best
healthy public sentiment in matters ourselves, whereas the dollar sent we can do for our future citizens? ; Are
pertaining to public health. We say abroad never returns. Since The Sen we fitting our young men and young
healthy public sentiment so as to dis tinel’s advent into this community it women for the higher school of life to
tinguish from those flashlight exhibi has noticed a disposition on the part of the best of our Ability and means? Or
tions, that often have as their basis no many people to go elsewhere for goods are we handicapped by an environment
Notice is hereby given that the un
other purpose than to give publicity to obtainable at home. Why we are at a of delay. It is Spectator’s hope, nay,
some mistake, often an unavoidable loss to understand. But one thing is demand, that completely modern build dersigned has been appointed by the
one, of some fellow practitioner. ecrtain; the individual who buys goods ings, detailed in classic, civic, scien county court of Lane County, Oregon,
These are unhealthy, breed disaster to abroad, all things being equal, is an tific and physical departments, all the administrator of John Semro, deceased.
All persons having claims against the
the machinery of the health office, and enemy to the community, because of essentials and necessities for the young
do more than anything else to cause the fact that by so doing he retards its minds in our care and possession, be estate are hereby notified to present
thinking people to distrust their health ■progress. It is only fair to the mer provided for their health, education, the same at his office in Cottage Grove,
chant and to the community, of which and sequent use. Will the wayward Lane county, Oregon, duly verified
the buyer is a part, to give home insti
“In order to create the proper public tutions an opportunity to supply your girl, or the listless, incomplete youth within six months from the date of
revive and return in a higher sense this notice.
sentiment, the public must be familiar needs. It may be said that Eugene and not
Dated this 5th day of November,
with the aims of the Board of Health, Portland stores carry larger and more
J. E. YOUNG,
with its methods of procedure in var complete stocks, and better assort
Administrator of the estate of John
WILL PRODUCE GOLD.
ious cases and the reasons therefore as ments. This may be true, but will the
far as possible, and with the results home merchants ever be enabled to
obtained. For this reason it is the carry- larger and better assortments if Extensive Preparations Being Made by
duty of each health officer to become your present business goes to these
acquainted in some way with the peo cities? They need your patronage to
Mr. A. P. Churchill, president and
ple he serves. He must take them in build up their stocks, and must have it manager of the President Mining Com
to his confidence and secure their co to prosper and contribute to the ad pany, and Mr. George Rein, secre
operation. He must make them realize vancement of Cottage Grove.
tary of the same company, came down
that their Board of Health is an insti
from the Bohemia district on Wednes
tution of their own creation, and pri
DIDN’T DELIVER THE GOODS.
day and left the same day for Eugene,
marily for their protection. That it is Merchant Johnson Fails to Keep Faith there to attend a directors’ meeting of
arbitrary only in so far as the condi
the President. Mr. Churchill says
tions to be met require arbitrary treat Mr. W. C. Johnson and a party of tracks will be put in this fall, and the
ment, and that the regulations pertain friends, among whom were J. A. Powell mine will be a producer next season.
ing to public health are such as exper of this city, and Mr. Prindell of Yon There is both free milling and base ore
ience has proved to be of greatest use, calla, hunted bear on Cedar Creek Sun on the property. A. F. Campbell of
both to the individual and the commun day. Mr. Johnson’s business associate, Eugene, secretary and counsel for the
H. H. Fiester, knowing of his part company, made a recent visit to the
“Our meat markets, I am pleased ner’s intentions, had contracted for camp, and is very favorably impressed
to state upon investigation, are in a two hundred pounds of bear meat, but with the outlook.
much better sanitary condition. It was unable to fulfill the provisions of Mr. Campbell as also president of
has been reported that they use chemi the agreement even to the slightest the Big Four Mine Company^ whose
cals in preserving their meat but I find extent, thereby laying himself liable vein is an extension of the rich one
it to be positively not the case.”
PHONE HAIN 65.
to heavy damages. He simply banked found by the Fairview company ■ re-
With the approach of winter a boom onJBill once too pften.
time, traveling expenses and fatigue
can be made by using the shortest route
There is but one short and direct route
between the West and the East.
The Southern Pacific
AND 0. R. & N.
OREGON SHORT LINE.
THERE IS unsurpassed through fast train service
to Denver, Omaha; Kansas City, Chicago, with di
rect connections to all points East and South.
THERE IS an abundance of matchless scenery, arid
an opportunity to make a daylight stopover at Salt
Lake City if it is desired.
LET US tell you all about what can be done, be
fore you purchase your ticket.
L. S. TAYLOR, Agent Southern Pacific Co.,
Gen. Pass. Agent, Portland, Or.
POWELL & SHORTRIDGE, Props.
to the People
Rates to All.
I have Purchased one of -the
1 NOvlCC. w > W. Ladd ¡Registered Jer
sey Bulls, Zelays Pogis, terms $2.50, Tom Cox
CASH IN ADVANCE