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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1909)
we are agents
FOR THE FAMOUS
Let Us Show You These
They are vermin, dust and damp proof,
They are evenly soft in every spot. They
are the most restful and comfortable^ | e
mattress made. As advertised
Many Christmas selections, already made and being held for
future delivery prompt Walker & Kinter to remind intending
purchasers that they will greatly further their own interests and
conveinence by placing their orders as early as possible. z ; :
We are Headquarters for the best the markets afford in
Another of our 25 yeiar guaranteed beds.
We offer a large assortment of styles to
choose from and they are every onebeau-
ties. Don’t fail to see the complete line
of guaranteed beds at prices
from $12.00 down to
Also a large assortment of other
makes at $18 down to
Furniture, Carpets, Stoves, Beds, Wall Paper, Paint, Etc,
You Never Had An Opportunity
such as we are offering yOu, to make a selection
from a large and complete line of choice novelties
and useful articles in Bamboo Furniture
z , Book Cases ,
Paper Racks ■
•Prices 50c to $6.00
A FEW F
Rockers of All Kinds and Prices
Writing Desks at
Book Cases at
Dining Tables at
Stand Tables at %
Couches, special value
7 5c to
Special Rug offerings at
We are selling a Rug, 36x72 in.
beautiful patterns, large assortment, for 4.00
Our line of Rockers combines comfort, strength,
beauty, variety of designs, and we are unquestion
ably underselling even city competitors and we
offer just as large a line to^choose from.
Prices $2.50 to $15
Shipment of Art Squares Arrived Tuesday--See Them
OUR GOODS ARE RIGHT
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
WE WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT
IF YOU DON’T KNOW US YOU OUGHT TOO
We Lead Others
A Genteel Colonial.
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One Chimney Serves the Entire House—Economical^to
Build and Can Be Constructed as Planned For $2,500.
Designed by P. T. Mac La fan. Newark. N. J.
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THE WORST HABIT AMAN
Is that of setting down and waiting for something to
turn up, and a man who does not believe Lin his?"busi-
ness hasn’t any. We sell 'clothing, hats, underwear,
shirts, in short, almost everything men wear, except
shoes,' at the lowest possible price, without , misrepre
sentation. We don’t tell you our $15 suits are worth
$30 or $25. They are not. They are worth $15 and we
are selling them out at $9.00
PERSPECTIVE VIEW^FROM A PHOTOGRAPH
A Stove that has Out-lived
over a half Century of Act
OVERCOATS $12.50 TO $20
In the Latest Patterns, Styles and Cuts. This is the
season for them, Our prices are right, $12.50 to $20.
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FIRST FtOOR -PLAN
SECOND. FLOOR PLAN.
The colonial shown in-the photograph is almost square, it having a frontage
of 28 feet and a depth of 31 feet- Being constructed on straight lines, in the
main, the cost can be moderate if desired- t The first story can be covered with
siding, and the second-story shinglesJjasement contains laundry, furnace or
boiler, coal bins, etc. Reception hall has a nook with mantel and seat. A
short flight of stairs leads from the kitchen to the landing pf the main stairs,
making a convenient arrangemenj: for house workers at small cost in space.
The feature of a single chimney for the whole house is one of economy. All
the rooms of the first floor £re of good size and connect well for entertaining.
First story" ceilings rise 9 feet 6 inches in the clear and the second story 9
feet. Height-of cellar 7 fbet. l The attic has two bedrooms and ample
storage ‘room. ,Steam heating apparatus .and a finish throughout-in native
bard wood are provided for in the architect’s estimate of about $2,500 for the
outside cost when finished as here described.
fc P. T. MAC LAGAN, Architect
Olympic Process Barley. 75 pound
“King Saul” wijl appear in Cottage
Grove for the first time Wednesday sacks. The cheapest ^n<f ibest, $1.35
Dec. 22, 1909.
F“ "" at Spray-Wynne Company,,
Temporary Causes sucji as libei^l advert
tising sometimes creat a demand for an
article for a time, but only genuine mer
it can maintain as the Charter Oak has'
for fifty-five years, the popularity and
the prestige it has to-day. This is the
secret of their constantly increasing sale/
The Spray-Wynne Co.
Heavy and Shelf Hardware. Feed and Hay