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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1921)
Have We Your
Your signature, name, and address, on record, at the Bank
of Cottage (trove proclaim
you to be a man of business
identity; without it you have none.
There is a feeling of confidence and self respect which
is a companion to the man who owns a checking account.
The value of an endorsed check as a receipt makes the
most impressive banking story ever told.
Silver Star Exchange buys second
hand furniture and house furnishing
Henry Veatch and son Raymond, A.
W. Helliuell, W. B. Cooper, S. S. Lass
¡well anti A. M. Moore attended the
! Elks turkey shoot in Eugene Sunday
I and all brought birds home.
Thor Washer demonstration at your
home at any time. A. 1«. Wynne. d9tf
Mrs. Rosetta Miller arrived Monday
from Walla Walla and is visiting her
father, “I nd<‘’’ Burnt' Veatch.
Chickens, hogs, veal and cattle want
ed at the People’» Market.
Mr. and Mrs. George Teeters leave
this week for Warrenton, where they
will visit until after Christmas nt the
home of their son Ralph.
chased the old Cooley place on the hill
south of the city, formerly owned by
Mrs. White’s father, Alex Cooley.
Second hand goods bought, sold and
exchanged. I. B. Morris, nt bridge, tf
A lit pound son was born Hnturdny
to Mr. and Mrs. Georg«' Carlile.
/\n KLj pound daughter was born
Saturday to Mr. mid Mrs. James Mit
chell, of I«orane.
We have decided to make very
close prices on Pyralin ivory for
Christmas. The White Pharmacy.
Celery Lettuce Bananas
A nine | m > uii <1 son was born Saturday
to Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Trask.
A daughter was born December 7 to
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Engram, of Red
ding, Calif. Mrs. Engram was Miss
We defy competition in prices Marian Hooper.
to all ex service men. Join
I on Christmas goods. The White the Notice
and get a new
¿16 member. Start the new year off
C. A. King, recently from Regina, right.
Can., Ims purchased the McCormack
and th«' Doe Campbel) places east of
from an attack of influenza. She was
Mrs. Schofield Stewart is suffering
Monday night to visit his father, the city, adjoining the ¡lands chicken
taken sick nt school one day last week with a sprained ankle.
Vrntch, who is grad ranch.
and had to be taken home in a con
Mrs. Frank Anlauf and daughter,
unity sinking following n slight par
Mrs. William Watson, weri' in from
a lytic stroke. Hr
* was 93 years of age
Premier Vacuum Cleaners, $5 down Curtin Wednesday.
on November 10.
You can’t find fault will
mid $5 per month. A. L. Wynne. d!H f
Moving and storage. Phone 99. City
Cooked food sale Saturday by Moth
Best rpinlify scratch feed at Sterl Transfer.
ers elub, in the rest room.
ing’s for $2J»5 j i cwt., delivi'red any
Skirls presaed 5l)e up; oleaued
.lames H. McCormack and family,
l.ee Hullivaa, of Klamath Falls, vis
, place within (lie city limits.
and pressed 75c up.
Mr. McCormack’s mother, Mrs. Mary
lied here this week.
Mr. an<I Mrs. L. M. Tucker, of Huth McCuriuuck, and his nephew, Foster
Mrs. C. K. Frost went to Portland
Ladies’ suils pressed 75c up,
erlin, visited here the latter part of Lewis, left Wednesday for their old
Tuesday morning to visit Mrs. Clara
and pressed 4>1.5O up.
Galloway writes insurance.
cently sold their ranch.
pressed $1 and up,
The Sentinel for a Christmas
Mrs. 8. E. Blair returned Friday
The stores of the city will re cleaned and pressed $2 up.
Probably there is someone
gift is a weekly reminder of the
from an extended visit in Portland.
main closed all day on the Mon-
on your Christmas list for
Men’s suits pressed L»0c;
Miss Wanda Hawley returned Friday
following Christmas and cleaned and pressed $1.50.
from a visit in Portland.
whom you cannot decide
Baptist church. Rev. .Tilson S. Pcnix
will preach. Forenoon subject, 44The
Card of Thanks We wish to exproiw New Year's. Tnis is because these
upon a suitable present. It
Overcoats pressed 75e; clean
to our friends our sincere appreciation holidays fall on Sundays, d 16-30
may be Mother or Father or
ed and pressed $1.50.
“Who Then Shall Be Snvedf”
perhaps some close friend.
ing the illness and death of our little Hotel Burtell while Mr. Bartell is in
If your cows need a tonic, get a
Suits spotted and pressed
Oftentimes it is difficult to
son. Mr. and Mrs. James Harvey, pd Portland mol Seaside on business.
can of Kow Kare nt Sterling’s Feed
find u worth-while gift for
Mrs. J. J. Weeden writes that they
Mrs. William Haupt went to Port
and repairing done
someone near to you.
(ieo. (). Knowles is in Portland at
by an expert tailor at reason
Norwalk, 18 miles out of Alhambra, with her daughters.
tending a meeting of ibe Northwest
Lewis Booker went to Portland yes
Select your lighting fixtures now. where they made their home for a
long time. She reports fine weather. terday.
stock of shades, etc. A. L.
to make very
All vacuum cleaners demonstrated to
Fancho Stubblefield arrived yester
close prices on Pyralin ivory for Wynne.
THF INVISIBLE BIFOCA1 S
A. M. Brown returned Tuesday your entire satisfaction before you day from Pilot Kock to visit his wife
Christmas. The White Pharmacy. of Mrs.
dec9tf at the home of her parents, Mr. and
last week from San Francisco, buy. A. L. Wynne.
Why not give a pair of
N. J. Nelson Jr. returned yesterday where she left her husband on the road
Sum Damewood left Friday to spend Mrs. F. W. llawkins, where she has
King Ls Up
Kryptok Glasses, the invis
morning from Fort land, where he had to recovery. Mr. Brown recently un the winter at Azalea with his brother been visiting fur some time.
taken his i hree wceks old son for an derwent an op
ible bifocal», and make this
A six weeks-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
The operation was entirely
('h list mas a lasting one?
Mrs. W. V. McGee, of Albany, James Harvey, of Pass creek canyon,
successful and the little fellow will be
was buried here yesterday. Funeral
Kryptoks eliminate the ey«* *-
brought home within a week. A second
visited relatives here Friday.
services were held from the family
giass troubles of all who
operation will be necessary later, this
at the Harvey Lumber company,
Our loss in prices is your gain Rev. T.
first operation being upon the lip
wear, or ought to wear, bi
L. Thuemler officiating. Be
on Christmas goods. The White sides the parents, a young brother sur Dou’t give yuur money to Fake Sub
focal glasses. Come in and
20% Below Market Price
Full set of attachments free with
scriptieu Ageuls “ working for a acliol
ask us aboul out Kryptok
each vacuum cleaner until Dec. 31.
ursliip;” they’re working you. The
Mrs. E. Wright, of Eugene, is visit
The fire department was called out
Gift Certificate Plan,
A. L. Wynne.
ing at the home of her daughter, Airs. yesterday to officiate at the the burn Kexall Store eau give you auy advan
simplifies the giving of a
«lay you wish to buy, then C. V. Jordan.
L. R. Sanford is in a Eugene hospital
ing out of a flue at the home of Airs. tuge any legitimate news agency can
genuinely useful present.
otter you and you cau see us at auy
in a serious eondition from an operation
come here and get your 20%
J. H. Hawley was a business visitor Anna Gowdy.
time you want to about yuur subscrip
which was performed
in Eugene Saturday.
Mrs. Allie C. Hawkins went to Eu tions.
The appendix had
gene Monday to visit her daughter,
Subscriptions taken for any maga
burst and the physicians said that a
novlltfc Mrs. Walter Hauser.
shipment of llyachinths, 'I Tulips Transfer.
zine or newspaper listed. Christmas
| feu hours’ delay would have been
orders should be given us at once. Do
Mrs. 11. 11. Veatch was a visitor in
and Narcissi, They are all top
fatal. His condition is now favorable.
not delay another day.
MEN CAUGHT HERE MAY
size, choice bulbs. Absolutely Eugene Saturday.
Moving and storage. Phone 99. City
Factory on Premises
THE KEXALL STOKE.
Mrs. Minnie Ashby and Mrs. Emma
BE WANTED IN TACOMA dZ 30
the best stock it has ever been
J. -Millei were Eugene visitors Satur
C. 11. Burkholder is at a Eugene
your privilege to select from.
Bonus Law Upheld.
Two men were picked up here Tues
hospital recovering from an operation
Good news for all Oregon ex-service
Dr. W. II. Vose, of Eugene, an day by Deputy Sheriff Pitcher who
for rupture, lie will not be able to
I nounces he will be at the Rexall Drug may be wanted on a robbery charge in men is contained in the uews that the
come home for a week or mon'.
Store every Saturday, 11 a. m. to 5 p. Tacoma. They gave their names as state supreme court has upheld the
It pays to put horses in comfortable
in., prepared to treat diseases of the Clarence Marvin and Bill McDonald state bonus law and that the bonus
stalks these wet, chilly days. P-T feed
eye, ear, nose and throat, and to fit but when arraigned at Eugene the lat commission will immediately proceed
stable, ojM'ii day and night. A. P. l^ar-
I«odge secretaries.— Kindly furnish glasses.
d2tfc ter changed his name to Josephson. with its administration.
The Sentinel, for publication, with lists
They were given five days for car
M. E. church: Sunday school at the of new officers elected.
Trapped Hand Doesn’t Improve.
rying concealed weapons, in order to
usual hour. We wish every member to
Star, Ore., Dec. 14.—(Special to The
L. L. Woolley is in Dunsmuir, Calif., Osborn will undergo mi operation for hold them until it can be learned
11. «I. Shinn and Homer Galloway Iw present Sunday, as the next Sunday
whether or not they are wanted in the Sentinel.)—Arthur Sallee is yet suf
were Eugene visitors Tuesday.
is Christinas. Other services as usual. visiting his brother Orrin and his stomach trouble.
Washington city. They fit the descrip fering with a very sore hand, the one
You should see the new line of Good singing led by Mrs. DesLarzcs.
tion of the roobers as sent out by the recently caught in a trap which he
"end for his family to join him.
lighting fixtures and stand lamps make authorities of that city.
was setting for a bobcat. The wound
agate jewelry for Christmas at
Our loss in prices is your gain
A. L. Wynne.
seems to grow worse instead of better.
The White Pharmacy.
«116 on Christmas goods. The White
Martin Howard, captain of the U. of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Henderson mo Pharmacy.
O. football team, visited over Sunday SHEEP ARE KILLED AND
Charles Lear, deputy state gum
tored to Roseburg Tuesday night to
LEFT LYING TO ROT warden, was in the city Tuesday. He
I at the W. Frasier Johnson home.
Mr. and Mrs. B. K. IaQWRon and win
attrud the Elk" carnival.
reported the apprehension of L. C.
arrived Tuesday from Wedderburn, to
Herman Belt, of Corvallis, visited
Two-legged varmints are operating Daugherty at Yoncalla for shooting
4 4 Torrington ” vacuum sweepers, $5 visit until after Christmas at the home
! Sunday nt the George Brumfield home.
down, $5 per mouth. A. I«. Wynne, of Mrs. Lan."on's sister, Mrs. H. K.
deer out of season.
Moving and storage. Phone 99. City according to word from there.
4(H> Main St.
Mr. Ixiwson left the next
Orders for delivery before Transfer.
day for Portland on business.
W. O. W. ATTENTION!
school must be received in time
Mrs. 11. W. McCormick left Monday each lost one. The sheep killed at
Galloway for insurance. 511 Main.
so that boy can make delivery tor Portland to join her husband, who the Smith place had been shot and
You, your families and friends are
L. FL I«awson was here from Shedd
and yet arrive at school on lias a position there. She had been left lying in the pasture. Th»' hind invited to a social session Friday, De
this week on business.
visiting her parents, Mr. mid Mrs. Win. quarters had been skinned out and re
lime. You will find it just as Turk.
ceniber 30. Feed, program, lots of eider.
moved from the sheep killed at the
Subscribe to any magazine you want
You cannot give family
K. B. HANNA,
easy to telephone your orders
01 friends a mure accept
We defy competition in prices say that they would not regret their
A. E. BUKKOWS,
Christian church: Bible school at
0. W. BIJRGE,
able gift than your pho
Your attention to this detail on Christmas goods. The White loss nearly as much if th»? meat had <116 23
9:45; communion sermon by Rev. J.
tograph in one of our
E. Carlson; junior endeavor at 3;
will make it possible for us to
new folders. Make an
Mrs. Ben Coffman returned Monday
evening service at 7:30. Special music.
Card of Thanks.
give the prompt and up-to-the- to I k r home in Eugene, after a visit
Bridge Piling Is In.
You are cordially invited to attend
appointment now, and
In appreciation of the many kind
minute delivery service we here.
Joe Damewood and his county bridge nesses rendered during the illness and
avoid the confusion of
have completed their job of
wish to give you. We aim to
Mrs. W. S. Hodges, of Eugene, was crew
death of our beloved daughter and
Fifty-two gifts in one—The please always. We ask your co here
driving the piling for the approaches
sister, we wish to express our sincere
to the new Latham bridge on Pacific
Sentinel for a Christmas gift.
.Overland parts have gone down. lx,‘t highway and have moved to a new job. thanks to oar many friends and ncigli
Mr. and Mrs. IL A. Champagne, of
us figure with you on needed repairs. One of the approaches will be com hors for their many kindnesses and
Cortland, are visiting :•< the home <f
nl8tfc ph'ted at once so that it may be used beautiful floral offerings.
their daughter, Mrs. A. ,V’ynne, and
MR. AND MHK. C. C. MOODY
Mrs. Barbara llolil and Mr. and Mrs. by the bridge men in placing the
i George Hohl, oi this city, and Mrs. steel span.
George Edwards returned M onday will remain over Christmas.
Williams & Dickson, Props. i Mike Wald, of Eugiaie, all motored to
night from Curtin, where he had been
Reward A reward of $20 will be
i Roseburg Sunday and visited witfl Mr.
Working in a sawnrHI. A timber fell paid for evidence to convict parties
Come Here for Cattle.
and Mrs. Clarence Hess mid family.
on his foot and hi
* is limping
slightly, who persist in destroying and remov
Arthur Powell and Steve Heppner
Some people know and others are ing padlocks on iny property south of
All the electrical supplies are priced were here during the past week from
Christian Science church, corner of
<116pd Jefferson avenue and Second st rod — right. A. L. Wynne.
finding it true that money ran be the city. F. R. Sherman.
dec,9tl Lewiston, Ida., looking for Jersey cat
tle. They did not find many willing to
• d by buyiug at the Silver Star
N. E. Glass made a businoim trip to 1 Sunday services at 11 a. m. Wednes
Mrs. Pet Bail ford is in Eugene to Is part with their milk producers of (hat
dltipd Portland Tuesday.
Why not demand home packed
day services at 7 p. m.
tf near her son Ren, who is in the hospi
strain. While here they visited at the
Elba non Veatch, accompanied by
meats? To do so will en
Mrs. C. A. Burt ell visited in Eugene
Thomas J. Hayes and family, of tai there. Mr. Sanford’s sister, Mrs. home of Mr. Powell’s cousin, L. M.
Mi' \ ■ :t 1 « It. r:i in« up. froin Port bind ^Tuesday.
Powers, stopped off Friday for a visit L. I’. Bennet I, is also there from Port Powell, of Delight Valley.
courage the i'armer to raise
land. Mr. Sanford’s condition is sat
with the J. F. Godard family.
more hogs, and the dollar you
Mr. and Mrs. Claud 8cbrack and Mr. isfactory and it is thought he has
Twin Calves Are Born.
for meats packed al
and Mrs. B. C. Addison, of 1 «orane, passed the danger point.
The livestock of this favored section
home from home grown hogs
Electric light fixtures and shades, of the famous, fertile, fruitful Wiliam
motored to Eugene Friday.
may come back to you after a
toasters, grills, curling irons and ev etto is endeavoring to keep up with
You should see the new line of erything
electrical. A. L. Wynne. n25tf the prolific production of the soil. A
agate jewelry for Christmas at
Why not demand home rend
Mr. and Mrs. G. IW. Met^ueen, Mr. cow, owin' 1 by Win. Baimbridge, has
The While Pharmacy,
<116 and Mrs. W. 11. Ostrander, E. C. I sick given birth to twin calves.
ered lard and help still further
The Elbert Smith family and Mrs. wood, John Graber and Win. Idindses
in promoting the production of
Dr. Dyott Euected to Office.
■ limn Ben ger visited in Eugene Batur attended the funeral of J. E. Ostrander
home grown hogs!
in Eugene Wednesday.
Besides, you will get the
was elected vice presidi it of the Lane
Plumbing and electric wiring. A. 1«.
We have a full stock of all kinds of County Medical association at the an
best meat at a lower price than
^ec9tf feed. If you are in need of dairy
nual meeting held in Eugene last week.
you will pay for that packed
We will make special
Robert Veatch Jr. spent Sunday in feed, egg mash, scratch feed, hog feed,
liveries for Christmas,
feed, or any kind of poultry supplies,
G. M. Scott, C. A. Bartell, Stanley
call us for
prices before buying. Trunnell and R. Y. Yeiirous returned
li vering every order
Mrs. C. J. Meisner, who had been
Sterling Feed Company, 826 West
Sunday from a duck hunting trip to
comes in before 4 p. III.
visiting at the home of her daughter,
dec2tfe the Reedsport county. They brought
Mrs. F. L. Bahrenfus, left Saturday
urilay, December 24th.
Wholesalers and Retailers
IL K. Metcalf was a visitor in Eu back 29 birds, most of them small
for her home in Redding, Calif.
Vulcanizing Works about
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Durham, Mrs.
t hose stone bruises, small ruts and
sand blisters before the
mud and Nelson Durham, Mrs. A. A. Richmond,
We have 12 different kinds of candy; 8 different kinds of
water makes dangerous wounds of Mrs. Elbert Bede mid Emory Good
nuts and 4 grades of oranges. A fine variety to select from.
them, l«ess in it for us to attend to ridge were Eugene visitors Wednesday.
Special prices in «piantities to churches, schools and chilis.
them now, but cheaper for you in the
8|>ecial, short time only: Six volt
Only one more week to get your tickets in; they musl be in
dec9tfc buttery reinsulnted $6.80, 12 volt
by 2 p. nt. Saturday, December 24th.
M r. and M rs. Smith Bailey have pur- battery reiosuluted $9.70. Have your
FISHER’S AND HOLDEN ROD
chased the Presbyterinn parsonage mid work done now and save money.
Store will be closed all day Monday, December 26th.
will make this city their home.
FISHER’S BLEND AND DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wigle, of Co
M. P. Gnroiitte has sold his interest
FARMERS’ AND POULTRYMEN’S SUPPLIES
burg, visited during the ¡Mist week at in the Crrro Gordo sawmill to his
brothers, Verne mid Roy.
(the homo of. their son, Fred Wigle.
Price it right and I’ll move it. If
Virgil Gowdy is home from Cascade
you wish to buy right, see me. City Locks.
The Htore That Appraeiatna Your T rada
and country property. J. M. Durham.
Subscribe to anv magazine you want
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil White have pur through the Kexull Store.
Bank of Cottage Grove
Prices Reduced on
The COTTAGE GROVE LAGbUKY
D. J. Scholl
H. K. METCALF
I Tales of the Town
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