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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1921)
CHRISTMAS SALE OF WOMEN S
COATS, ONE THIRD OFF
THIS STORE OPEN
Friday evening, Decem
ber 23, until 8 o'clock.
Saturday evening, Decem
ber 24, until 8:30 o'clock.
Stofe closed all day on
Monday, December 26.
This timely Christmas sale includes all
winter coals in stock. Each coat bears
the famous “Palmer” brand lain I which
stands for best in fabric, tailoring ami
The regular prices, which
are already most reasonable are reduced
*12 (Mt conta
*15 (Ml routs now
*|S (Hl coats now
*25.1 hi coats now
*3(1 .00 coals now
*35 (HI coats now
Is made easy to answer nt this stori with the host of Christmas merchandise
everywhere on display
(lifts of merit for everyone, gifts designed as much
fot Christmas as they are for permanent satisfaction
Come to the store to
day am! make better selection now than when the crowds are out.
GIFTS OF GLOVES THAT ARE ALWAYS
These gloves will not only be always ap-
preeiated for their own sake, but their ap
propriateness as a gift will give you a
happy solution for many names on your list
Xew gauntlet ehamiosette gloves prieed
$1.25, $1 50, $1 75
S>lk ¡rloves at
75c, $1, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75
Ki<l gloves at
$2.25, $2 50, $2 75 to $3 50
$5 00 to $850; Handkerchiefs
5c to <5c
$5.50 to $10.50; cotton unibiellas
$1.25 to $3 50
$1.00 to $7.50; House slippers
95c to $3 50
Near ivory mirrors, combs, brushes
50c to $2 50
Brilliant bar pins
$150, $2.00; Wool sweaters
$3.75 to $9 50
$4 50 to $10.00. Writing papet in boxes
$1.75 to $2 95
Silk lisle stockings
35c to 75c; Silk camisoles
$1.65 to $7.50; Collar sets
50c to $2 50
SUPERIOR HOSIERY FOR YOUR BEST GIFTS
Most women will delight in a pair of silk stock
Tht wide variety of weights and styles
ami tie ver
very j' desirable price range makes it
easiei lor you to find just what you seek at just
what you w ish to pay
Pure silk. $1.25. $1.50. $1 75, $2.50, $3 00. $3.50
TABLE CLOTHS AND LUNCH CLOTHS
FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Here are beautiful mercerized table cloths that
are most appropriate to convey your wishes to
wife, mother, sister or friend. These cloths
are woven with a continuous border atnl can
lx- used with round or. square table.
$3.65, $4.25, $4 50
TURKISH TOWELS FOR CHRISTMAS
On display at this store is a splendid selec
tion of medium weight ami heavy weight
turkish towels with pretty colored borders
that are most appropriate as gifts. Yow
should set them today ami make selection
« hilt the range of styles is complete.
JAPANESE LUNCH CLOTHS
These Japanese lunch cloths tire fast color ami
seamless Sizes 54x54 and Olixfitt
$2 25 and $2 75
50c to $1.25
Umphrey & Mackin
Toy land Welcomes You
FOR A MAN S CHRISTMAS
\\ e have made a special el : >rt to have something quite different
and something that will lx just what a man most wants among
th- tilings w< are offering for Christmas giving. Here are to-
dat s select ions :
$1.25 to $2.95
\ew put» silk crochet ti-- in lae< work pattern, each
Pin» silk, wrinkle........... four-in-hand ties
$1.00 to $2.50
50c to $1.50
Men’s th. " gloves in gray and tan, a pair............
Negligee dress shirts........... ........
$1.50 to $3.25
50c, 75c to $1.25
25c to 75c
■ ¡dual box
Toyland at this store is attracting scores of
boys and girls, men and women, 1 f you
have not visited our Toyland, you are
heartily invited to come this week and take
a look. You will find a host of new r and
staple toys, books, games dishes, I guns,
dolls, w heel goods, musical toys am! play-
things in general to delight the heart of
every boy ami girl, young and old.
Wholesome and delicious sugar camlies are here in abundance
including all the kinds and varieties that are best liked by chil
dren and grown-ups. Select your supply of holiday candies now
while stocks are complete. City delivery; phone 33.
I A M special mixed candy, consisting of broken stick, taffy
blocks, peanut brittle, satin candy, etc., special a lb
Fresh sugar cream filled ami dipped chocolates in assorttsl fruit
flavors, a lb....
Stuffed after-dinner mints, a lb
Fancy and delicious sugared cream candy, a lb
Pure sugar ribbon candy, a lb
Extra quality sugar peanut brittle, a lb
HAND COLORED AND FRAMED PICTURES OF
ALL WOOL MACKINAW COATS FOR MEN AND BOYS
mackinaws are made of pure wool and not only look
t are rain proof and will give long wear. The plaid
ar* subdued in tone and very attractive. One of
>ais would b< most practical as a ('hristmas gift.
S6.50 to «8 50. Me-
$7.50 to $15.00
STURE- good SERVICE
These hand colored pictures of Oregon scenery are most ap
propriate as ('hristmas gifts. Each picture is neatly framed
and packed in individual box lot mailing. Tin- scenes tire <>l
('rater lake and Columbia highway. Two sizes 75c and $1.95
Mr. Fowler has charge of th«* paint
■ L*g of th«* interior of th«* church. Th«*
work is progressing well.
Mrs. Garner was in town Monday.
Several of the friends and neigh
bor* called at the Hall home Saturday
evening. Fudge. a program and gam«*s
to Th<- Sentinel.)
l.'t.— Mi- Ix*<»tr< E-ics returned were th«* diversions.
Frank Babcock is building n Dutch
>iost«H*k Thundrty of hist week.
Rulo- Wlialev, of Walker, nt kitchen in his house.
Th«* D. A. Estes family motored to
church «T. ehere Saturday.
Mr. Hall is able to b«* about again,
after a brief illness.
O. H. Hein«* was up from Eugene
the first of th«* week.
Mr. and Mrs. Cole were in the Grove
Elder Thiimleiir, of Eugen«*. c«»n
ducted s»’rvic«*j* in the church Monday
ls a good time to open that
long delayed account, Put it
off no longer, nothing ia to lie
gained by procrast inating. nur
policy is as liberal as eon-
aistent with .veurity. We are
aecommodat ing but prudent.
Your account is respect fully
First National Bank
"The Old Reliable”
(Special to The SentineL)
Dee. 14.—Mrs. J. E. .Met all nnd
Mr.- A. A. Hull, of Ijithnm, called on
the Minués Taylor last Wednesday.
M IK. J. A. Powell vimtvd in th»-
Grove part of last w«»«*k at th«* home
of her daughter, Mrs. V. T. Randall.
.M rx. Beam and two grandchildren.
Eugene Cottage Grove
-..... 8 a m.
Ex. Sunday...................... 2 P in.
Sunday............................... 4 P in.
(MjH-eial to The HentineL)
W. I*. Vn'iHi'Iioiick wax up
from Eugene over Thursday night.
Mrs. 8. A. Monteith wax called to
Hnginuv. Friday by the illness of her
cousin, Miss Ethel Moody, who died
Willie Wnlker. of Waldport, visited
Hnltirdny «nil Humlny nt (he home of
hi brother in In«. D. I.. England.
John Teeters «ent to Corvallis 8nt
urilny to visit friends.
Roltert Ventrh, of Port land, visited
friends hero n few dnys Inst week
l,ot Wagner spent several dnvs this
week visiting his brother in Portinoli.
The Drain and Ihirenn basket ball
teams mixed Saturday night in the
Dorenn hall, Tìt» Rfor»’ was 25 to 10
in fnvor of Drain.
Leaves Cottage Grove
Daily............................ 9:30 a.
..... 3:30 p.
.......... 5 p.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
rh*r. 14.— Mr. and ^Wrs. C. (). All«*n,
of Eugene, sjwnt Saturday and Sun
day nt the I/ondon hot«*l.
H» nry Combs arrived from Corvallis
last Thursday an«l will remain over the
Mrs. Geo. Powell and daughter Hazel,
J. Hooker, Calven,
Lillie nnd Effn
Oorvallin. Ore., Dec. 26 31, 1921
Marlow w»*re over from Loran»* Satur
day to attend th«* funeral of Mrs. J.
Dr. nnd Mrs, G. P. Winchell, of Eu
Put Science into Farm Practice
g»*n»*, v. .-r»* gm-st* nt th»- hotel Surnlay.
Grandma Numbers« nnd daught»*/, Fruit and V«,g»*table canna*......Dec. 3 17
M ra. Levi Geer, returned from Wood Tractor Meeh, eaurac......Jan. 2 Mar. IK
laud Thursday, after a few months’ Dairy Munf. eourae........ Jan. 2 Mar. IK
..... hm. 2 Mar. IK
Rennie. ,,f | thory H-rdxin. n .-»»rx. Jt.n 2 Mnr ltl
Mr. and Mn».
Ur*«l‘»K <•<>'"*■ ........ ........ Jan. » 21
Springfield, ar»* Uxito.g n-latne. her.
Jun. 311 Feb. 25
and at Black Butte.
Olli»* Bernia «pent the I Homcmakent’ conference.... Mar. 20 25
ww*k end nt home.
Oregon Agricultural College
Full information, any course, by writ
Winter Short Courses
It peyx to read the wantada.
of Waltrrviile, visited n part of Inst
we«*k nt th»* home of her daughter,
Mrs. G. M. Kcbelb«*» k.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Small and three
children, of Ixindon, attended church
Mr. nnd .Mrs. Lajoio. of Wnlker, ar«*
visiting nt the horn«* of tii»*ir «laughter,
Mrs. L. D. Huff.
Rev. J. E
Carlson, of Eugene,
pr»*a»*lic«l her»* Sunday.
H«* was nr
rompnnie»! by Mrs. Carbon.
Mrs. E. A. Doolittle, of London, is
viwitiiig nt the home of her sister,
M TH. .1. Q. A. Young.
(Special to Th»* Sentinel.)
Dee. 14. The C’«d<* nnd Hileman
fnmili«*«' »pent Sunday with th»» Edd
Snyder family, of Hadley ville.
I). T. Awbrey, of Eugene, wax here
Monday adjusting th»* damag«* done
th»* Geo. Hchinder rcRid»*!»re by a r»*«-»-nt
•• iug. Registrar, O. A. C., Corvalha, Ore. fire. Non»* clothing Mr«. Schind«*r had
drying in front
of tin* fir«* pin»*«* I eitnHt met ion un I lx- nntionnl forests the
caught fir«* and was in flames la-fore J folhiwing uinountr: (Ireyon, if::l(i.71*O;
being «liscovcr«*d. Owing to the pre* Alii'kn. ♦25 s .2".'I; Washington, ♦!*#.
cnee of mind of Mrs. Kehinder, th«* s"0. This money will lx- uwd in el
flumes wer«* extinguished befor«* much 1 tending the prewnt intideqinile road
da mug«* was don«*.
nnd trail .V'l.-m of the national forest.
Eugene visitors from here Wednea- <>f the.. Iwn tute- and Al:ck:i. the^.f
day wer«* Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Addinoli, velopnx-nt of «hieb in so vital to tlx
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Addison, Mr. it nd effective protection anti utilization ot
Mrs. B. W. Hayes, Alvn Davin and their valiinble untumi resoureen.
Th«* Ixirnne fin* department «as
called out Monday to a flue fir«* nt
th»- r«*ridcn<*«* ol A. 8. Cole.
Th»* high achool building has b»*cn
coinplct<*d and n<-«*«*pt»-d by th«* s»-ho»d
board. Classes nr»* now being h»*l»l in
the n»-w building.
Frank Snyder, of Hadleyville, was
in Ijoranr Monday and purchased a
fin»* register»*»! Du roc jers»*y hog of
Th»* grammar school will have tlu-ir
Christmas vacation th»- w»*»*k before
Christmas, owing to th»- teacher having
to attend tin* teachers’ examination.
Mr Fried, driver of tin* transfer,
report th»* Eugen»* road as being in
What better can you do for the
very bud condition.
boy or girl than
«310,790 IN FOREST FUNDS
IS AVAILABLE FOR OREGON
Port In nd. Or»’., Nov. 19.—•‘Tin* sign
ing by tin- |>ri*sid»iit of th«* federili
highway net appropriating 115.00(1,009
for forest rond* find t mils, makes nvnil
able nt on»*«* «75*,91.3 for national for
»•st ronda in Oregon, Wnnhington nnd
Aln-kn, nnd murk* an importuni step
toward the development »rf the great
resoiireen of our nntionnl f»»r»*Mts,” raid
Georg»* H. (’«wit, <ÌÌHtri»’t for»*st«T of
th»- north Pacific district. 1 ‘Th«* bill
pros ob's «5,090,909 for immediate ex
pendi t nr»* mid makes nn additional
«10,009,000 available on July I, 1922.
there is iium«-diately available for road
Give a Bicycle
My stock is small as to
SMALL bicycles, buy early.
I have a nice supply of