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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 19, 1909)
-• MERRY XMAS
It is Coming and We are Ready. Are You? If you are not
The most Appropriate Gifts are repre
Prepared, let us help you.
sented in our display of NEW AND RELIABLE GOODS.
Here are a few suggestions following that are useful as well as ornamental gifts, and are sure to he appreciated; articles that you
will find in a number of styles and at prices beyond comparison. We Urge you to come in and make your selections while
the stock is complete. A deposit will hold your choice until the presentation time, and if you choose you can drop in and
make part payments in the mean time, thus providing your gifts without laying all of your money out at one time. : : : :
Book Case, Writing Desk, Dining Table, Set of Dining
Chairs, Library Table, Morris Chair, Rocking Chair,
Chiffonier, Commode, Dresser, Lounge, Bed, Hall Tree,
China Rack, Suit case, Picture, Stove or Range, etc.
A Swell Line of Carpet Sweepers and Kitchen Cabinets.
We wish to call your particular attention to our Rockers. We offer the largest variety and best values
- in the Valley. Prices Ranging from $2.50 to $15.
WALKER & HIM li!
WE LEAD: OTHERS FOLLOW
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Mrs. Albert Zerall of Marcola pre
sented her husband with a baby girl on
Monday, at the home of Dave Mosby
in this city.
J. C. Morss, lineman for the Postal
Telegraph company, was called to Sa
lem on Sunday to renew a burned out
E. D. Handy has transferred to L.
H. Slagle lots 7 and 8 in D. G. McFar
land’s addition, consideration $1450.
Dealers in fire wood have been kept
busy during the past week.
There will be no admission fee to the
piano recital at the Methodist church
The Electric Light Company has plac
ed one of the new arc lamps at the cor
ner of Main and Fourth streets, . It is
a great improvement over the other
Albert Anderson yesterday shipped to
II. W. Hawley of Eugene a seven-
weeks-old Scotch Collie.
For sale—A good restaurant, cheap
for cash. Well located. Reason for
selling, have another business to look
after. For information call at The Sen
tinel office, or address Box 482, Cottage
Mrs. L. L. Woods of Eugene was a
guest of Mrs. Hickey a portion of the
Judge G. R. Chrisman will leave to
morrow for Los Angeles, there to spend
J. A. Crow of near Eugene was in
Cottage -Grove this week, enroute to
Josephine county. He has rented his
F. J. Hard was in the city on Tues
C. C. Hazelton attended a meeting of
the Eugene Merchants’ Protective asso
ciation Monday night.
“Christ’s Hands” Methodist church,
Fire at Drain on Monday destroyed a
two-story landmark on Main street.
The house was unoccupied tottering to
decay, and had been an eyesore. The
volunteer fire boys did good work in
saving adjoining buildings.
“My wife is a happy woman now, ”
said Bill, with a broad smile, and his
listener’s mouths just watered to hear
him tell of that nice bread she made of
Waldo Hill flour. And he said, “Spray
& Co. and all grocers handle it and it
costs no more than any other valley
The Rev. Fr. Gilligan came down
from Eugene Friday afternoon and held
services in the Catholic church.
WS. WS. WN.
TERSELY TOLD TOWN TOPICS,
Dr. J. 0. VanWinkle made a profess
ional call three miles east of Saginaw
last Friday, and encountered an inch of
snow in the hills. He renewed his
youth by making snow balls on the re
A good liberal discount on pianos at
Veatch’s Music store until November
1st, to make room for new stock.
Vote for the ten-mill School tax. The
schools need the money.
Mrs. W. J. Harris of Black Butte was
in the city on Saturday.
F. E. Burns of Creswell registered at
Hotel Oregon on Saturday.
Cream of Tartar comes from grapes.
Every crimson drop of grape juice
contains its integral part of grape acid,
or cream of tartar. This is what good
baking powders, such as Cleveland’s is
J. M. Singletary of Eugene was here
S. B. Crouch and E. Brown of Rose
burg were Cottage Groye visitors on
- Buy an Edison Phonograph at
Veatch’s Music Store and enjoy the
long winter evenings.
G. M. Parker of Eugene was in the
city on Wednesday.
Mrs. T. C. Wheeler is spending a fort
night in Washington, a guest of her
Mrs. H. B. Neil of Dorena was a Cot
tage Grove visitor on Saturday.
A carload of new high grade pianos
arrived at Marion Veatch’s Music
store November 1st.
Fred Beidler went to Oakland on Sat
L. F. Knowlton of Portland is in the
city visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Perkins of Baker
City, while enroute to California to
spend the winter, stopped in Cottage
Grove to visit relatives.
Rev. Sutcliffe entertained Bruce
Baird of Yamhill over Sunday.
Cleveland’s Baking Powder.
Mrs. S. E. Parker has gone to Albany
for a week’s visit with her daughter,
Mrs. N. H. Wheeler, and before her re
turn will go to Clackamas county for a
visit with her two sisters, Mrs. R. R.
Thomas and Mrs. M. B. Lett. Every
year the three sisters get together for
their Thanksgiving dinner.
Thos. J. Poe, a former Cottage Grove
man, is here for a visit with his cousin^
Dr. H. H. Petrie.
“Christ’s Mother” Methodist church,
Olympic Prodess Barley, 75 pound.
sacks. The cheapest and best, $1.25
per sack at Spray-Wynne Company. ..
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wise have moved to
Yoncalla to reside.
Jas. Ambrose, junior, of Yoncalla
was in the city this week.
Mrs. Eva Ellis was a recent visitor
What makes Cleveland’s Baking
Powder sell? Quality and price. 3
pound cans $1.00; 5 pound cans $1.65.
Ask for the cans with the patent
Messrs. T. R. Parker and J. W. Baker
have received a box of persimmons
from H. W. Lewis of Los Angeles, with
whose party they were camping the
past summer. The fruit is fine we
know whereof we speak.
Call and look at E. B. Grable’s line
of men’s and boys’ work shoes. They
are guaranteed. Store on Fourth
Flour prices took a jump of 60 cents
a barrel on Wednesday making the
wholesale price of patent flour $5.70 a
barrel. All over the Pacific Northwest
quotations have been marked up, the
advance at some points being less than
at others, but all being based on the
same general price as fixed at the Port
land and Puget Sound markets. This
advance was not unexpected, in fact,
it is several weeks overdue, for the
wheat market has been steadily climb
ing upward and finally reached a point
where the flour cost the millers more
than they were selling it for.
See that the label on your can of
baking powder reads Cream of Tartar,
Bi-carbonate of-Soda and starch, as it
takes all of these ingredients to make
a perfect baking powder—such as
Andy Nelson was in the county seat
yesterday, as was also David Markley.
County Superintendent Dillard has
been in Cottage Grove for a day or
All kinds of sewing machine needles
at Marion Veatch’s.
At a meeting o'f thp directors of the
Poultry Association, held on Tuesday
evening, it was decided to hold a cat
show on the last night.
E. B. Grable sews on shoe soles and
guarantees his work. Give him a call,
on Fourth street.
The McKenzie Merry "Makers will
open a three-nights* engagement at the
Arcade Theatre next Thursday night.
Failing to make satisfactory arrange
ments for the Armory, Manager Hall
was induced to take on this company,
which is said to be one of the best of
its kind on the road.
Forty pound China Pheasant Flour
for one bushel of wheat at Spray-
Henry Briggs of Eugene was in the
interest at the rate of 6 per cent. He ■
claims that they have failed to pay any |
Merchants Agree to Lock Places of part of the said loan to date, therefore
asks judgement for $310, and the costs
Business For Two Occasions.
At a special meeting of the Mer and disbursements incurred in bringing
chants’ Protective Association last the suit:”.___________ ____
night it was unanimously decided to
The First to Comply.
close the stores promptly at 9 o’clock
Perhaps a wrong impression was con
Saturday night in order to give oppor veyed bj’ The Sentinel’s story of last
tunity to attend a reception to the visit week regarding Hotel Oregon refusing
ing lumbermen of Oregon and Washing to conform to the requirements of the
ton, to be held at that hour.
legislative enactment for nine-foot
It was also decided to close the stores sheets. While the law is not effective
on Thanksgiving„day between the hours until January 1, Landlord Westbrook
of 12 and 3 o’clock.
has already adopted the elongated
sheets, and his is the first hostelry in
ACTION TO RECOVER MONEY.
this section, say the traveling salesmen,
Cottage Grove Man Sues TwoRoseberg- to comply with the law.
ers for Cold Cash Loaned.
Roseburg News: “Frank McIntyre,
L. N; Roney, who is constructing a
of Cottage Grove, has filed suit in the bridge across Sharp’s creek, sixteen
circuit court' aganist George and Blanch miles- from Cottage Grove, for the
Rouse. He asks to recover the sum of county and Mr. Hard, has been ser
$310, which he alleges he loaned the iously hindered by the - inclement
defendants upon different occasions on weather.
their promise to return the same with
W. H. French of Sarina, Ontario,
ALL STORES WILL CLOSE.
has written the Commerieal club for
information regarding this section. He
is an extensive farmer.
Albany boasts of a new cancelling
machine in its postoffice.
You can get first class shoe and har
ness repairing at the new shop of E.
B. Grable, on Fourth street.
Mr. Thornton has moved to the hand
some Lawson block. Johnson & Co.
will move thereto about December 1.
Fruit Inspector B. Beebe made an
official visit to Cottage Grove yester
I have purchased one of the
W. W. Ladd registered Jer
sey bulls, Zelays Pogis, terms
$2.50. Cash in advance.
We have the largest and best stock of Staple and
Seasonable Holiday Goods brought to the city;
the only place where you can find all of the
Latest Books of Fiction, at Prices Lower
than ever offered here before
A Large line of Dolls and Pyrographic Outfits.
We will be pleased to have you look at our stock,
and see the finest of the Season’s Offering. Any
article will be reserved and laid away until wanted