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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 6, 1922)
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SPECI ALELECT10N POSSIBLE
ON 1910 BONDS
Opinion Changes and Owners of
Paper Ask People to
Because Ioga! opinion In-Id one way
in 1910 and now holds another way,
Cot luge Grove may hold n special idee
t ion to uinend it« ehm 1er m order to
validate the reeenl issue oí water re
iunding bonds. When the $30,000 oí
fuuding boud.s were voted at un initia
five election in the fall o í Itilo, no
question was raised by altorneys
of the bond buyers as to their legality,
although the issue exceeded the bond
debt limit of the charter, because the
net voted by the people expressly re
pealed chapters and sections ot the
charter in conflict therewith. At that
' tune the initiative law was so con
strued. But now, after eleven years,
the legal ghost rises up to reverse it
self, and in order that the recent
issue of * i f» ,000 in water refunding
bonds may be made to conform to
present day opinion of the ancient act
of 1010, the eity is asked to hold a
special charter amendment election.
At the session of the council Tuesday
night, reluctant consent was given to
the election, but the cost probably will
be shifted to the owners of the bonds.
Vehicles Pay License.
Another important matter was the
passage of an ordinance to provide
that public utility vehicles shall not
lie operated in the city except under
a franchise granted by the city. This,
in short, is to require all forbire se
hides to operate under a license and
will include drays, stages, trucks and
all vehicles that transport passengers
or property for hire to pay something
mto the city treasury for the use of
COUNTY PRISONERS SEEK
SHORT CUT OUT
County Jail About Ready to Fall to
Pieces as Result of Several
Attempts to Escape.
The door to every cell in the county
jail was found by Hheriff Htickels n
few duys ago to have been sprung, the
clasp that holds the lever that opens
aud shuts the cell doors was found to
have been sawed through, marks where
the prisoners had attempted to saw
through the bars o f a number of celts
were discovered and two ten nicti hack
saws and pieces of several more were
All but a few of the trustics in the
jail ure now locked up hi the cells aud
Zeno Hansard, alleged bootlegger, in
whose cell the hack saws were found,
occupied the solitary dark coll and
Jiui Grids, serving time for alleged
bootlegging, and ‘ ‘ H ill’ * Rhodes, a
one legged mail, uemsed of the same
offense, who had been eooking for the
crew, are kept locked in a cell to
get her. Houieone else will now do tin
►Sheriff Htickels and Deputy Hheriff
Croner spent the greater part of a day
searching for hack saws and bars that
had been cut. During the search all
prisoners except trusties were locked
up in the women’s cell. The saws
were found behind the paper pictures
pasted oil the cell walls. All of these
pictures have been torn off.
Several days ago the sheriff dis
covered that one lair on an outside
window had been sawed through and
another one adjoining was almost sev
ered. It is believed that it was the
plan “of the prisoners to break out of
til«* cell cage some night and it would
have been an easy matter to finisu
cutting through this outside bar.
SLAYER PAYS $20 FOR
NOT HAVING LICENSE
It. M. Me Keen, of A lv adore, was
fined $115 in the Eugene justice court
December 28 on a charge of hunting
without an alien's license. He is a
eiti/.eu of Canada, but after paying
his fine lie went to the office of the
county clerk and took out his first
pupers lending to United »States fiti
if eush i p.
M•*Keen shot and killed (Mis W. Pit
uey, rural mail carrier, o f Junction
City, mistaking him for a deer, at the
opening of the hunting season last
year. He was indicted on a charge of
manslaughter and tried in the circuit
court, hut was acquitted. Testimony
at the trial developed the fact that lie
was not a citizen of the Doited »States.
MEN AND SUPPLIES GO
TO BOHEMIA DISTRICT
Eight men left Monday with 3500
pounds of supplies for the President
property in the Bohemia district. On
account of the mildness of the w'inter,
no difficulty was experieiiced in get
ting the freight into the property, a I
tli nigh usually at this time of the year
the feat would be impossible.
men, five of whom are lessees of the
property, intend to spend the winter in
getting things arranged for extensive
operations in the spring.
Hog Dresses 500 Pounds.
Delight Valley, Jan. 4. (Kpecint to
The Heatinel.)—-J. A. Joli, assisted by
a number of his neighbors, butchered
an unusually large hog Monday after
noon. The porker dressed over 500
pounds and four men were required to
handle it while scalding and Imnging
Bridge Is Progressing-
Work is progressing rapidly on tho
»• steel bridge across the roust fork
Lathnm Tne steel is being rapidly
I into place and this part of the
rk will be completed within n week.
COTTAUK GROVE, LANE COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1922
MOURNS DOO AS LOST
FINDS HIM SHUT
For two days and a night of last
week Dr. B. R. Job mourned the
loss of his dog aud thought it hail
been picked up by someone.
had notified tin* authorities to be
on the lookout for it.
At the end of the second day, as
hi* was passing down the hall of
Ins office building to one of his
wood rooms, the doctor heard a
whine in the other woodroom, where
lie keeps his kindling and to which
lie goes only infrequently. The dog
hud spent tin* entire time in there,
probably just as much worried as
was his owner.
SOCIAL HYGIENE MEETINGS DILAPIDATED FLIVVER PUT
IN DURANCE VILE
ARE TO BE HELD
Educational Campaign to Assist
Doing What Repressive Mea
B u res Alone Fail to Do.
MIDNIGHT SAMARITAN IS
NEW ROLE IN WHICH
in Ball and Chain Used by Night Cop
to Insure the Appearance of
the Owner in Court.
Mount View, Jun. 3.— Floyd Jones
played the Good Hamaritan to two
unfortunate motorists one night of
last week. He was roused at mid
night by Reuben Rissue, who had
A flivver o f well know n make which I been unable to keep his car going
Meetings for men and young men
and for women and young women will had the appearance o f having gone | straight on the frozen ground in
useending Currin hill and had gone
be held here tomorrow and Sunday through several hard winters, was
under the auspices of the Oregon Ho placed in durance vile Monday night, over the grade. Mr. Jones had just
finished pulling Mr. Rissue’s car
einl Hygiene society. These are the by Might Police Newland and to make
meetings that were advertised through certain that it, »lid not make its escape j buck on the road when another ear
error for Haturday and Sunday a week a ball and chain were attached thereto 1 which came along, traveling in the
by the arm o f the law.
opposite direction, skidded and went
over the grade on the other side.
it developed that the owner of the
Repressive measures alone having
Mr. Jones and his team hauled them
failed to satisfactorily improve sex ear had disobeyed nearly all of the
out also. No one was injured in
conditions, the society is carrying for traffic ordinances. He had turned in
either car and no serious damage
ward an educational campaign of the middle of the block, probably for
resulted to either machine.
fear he couldn’t get back if tie went
which these meetings are a part.
The meeting for women and young to the intersection; he left his motor
women will be held at 2:30 Haturday running unattended, probably for fear
afternoon in the Arcade and will be he couldn’t get it startl'd again, aud
addressed by Mrs. Ellyn Kelly, of jmrked the wreck on Main street be
Fort land. Two reels o f motion pictures yond the legal limit, probably for four
City Council Takes Action to Oet a will be shown, accompanied by an ex of over exercising the ear.
When informed by the cop that he
plana lory lecture.
Place to Start From in Mak
The meeting for men and young men would have to appear in police court,
will be held at the same place and he made a bad job of trying to lead Absolute Minimum for Mustering in
hour on Hunday afternoon and will be the cop to believe that no such laws
Night Next Monday Is Total
addressed by Norman F. Coleman, pres could be enforced. He further stated
The electric light situation is still a ident of the Oregon Hoeial Hygiene that he was on his honeymoon and
muddle, but tin* city council has taken society. Three reels of pictures will that the cop should be more lenient.
action looking to ascertaining exactly be shown.
The cop w as contra mi tided and to
While 61 have signed for member
wlmt the situation is. Several of 1 lit*
Girls under 10 years of age will be make certain that the owner did not
eoiiiieilmon are not satisfied with tin* admitted to the women’s meeting upon try to cut his visit in the city short ship in the machine gun company
new rates now in effect, which were tickets issued by Ora Read llemenway, a ball and chain were attached to the which Cottage Grove has an opportu
represented to be a reduction from the girls’ physical director o f the high ear where they would do the* most nity to get, the results are far from
satisfactory. A membership of 68 is
recent emergency rates. As a matter sehool. Hoys under 10 years o f age good.
of fact, reductions are few and dur will be admitted to the nu-n’s meeting
Tlu* man who admitted owning the required on the night o f mustering in,
nig the two months just past, when upon tickets issued by Superintendent flivver and who gave his name as G. which is next Monday. This is the ab
consumption has been at its height, Hays.
Judge, won the sympathy of Police solute minimum and at least 20 more
tin* returns to the power company have
There will be no admission charge Judge Galloway and was allowed to than this should be signed in order to
been, it is thought by several members and no collection at either of these carry away his roll minus $2.50 for make certain of a full membership at
of tlie council, quite lucrative. Jt is meetings.
real on the ball and chain. Possibly all times. At least 70 should be signed
their belief, as well us the belief of
the police judge was impressed with before Monday night, to make certain
many users of power amt light, that
Charles Conner, of Delight Valley, the offender’s name and thought the that the required 68 are present for
tin* public service commission made no was in Eugene Friday with a petition judges should stick together.
Those who have signed to date are
serious attempt to lower rates, that the for a change in the county road run
H. M. Morrison, a transient, paid a
power company is not inclined to vol ning through that section. He says fine of $3.50 in police court Wednes as follows:
James C. Anderson.
untanly offer any great reduction and the proposed change will accommodate day for flagrant violation of the ordi
Kenneth A. Berry, Philip 8. Bukow
that the rates put into effect by the the farmers of the valley better than nance against leaving motors running
ski, Ernest C. Bennett, Jack W. Bea-
public service commission are as un tin* present road.
without an attendant.
gcr, Wallace B. Bniinard.
scientific as those which the new rates
Claud C. Cruson, llarry R. Crume,
The power eompany has made an o f
Johnnie D. Cole, Robert G. Conner.
Donald M. DeLong, Kenneth C. De-
fer of a slight reduction on residence
Lassus, William G. DeVine.
and business lighting, but it seems that
even this reduction is contingent upon
Lemuel Elam, Ardie V. Eby.
t tie city entering into a contract with
George D. Foster, Edward E. Full
tin* jsiwer company at a satisfactory Suggests Purchase of County Fair Site Total Amount to Be Raised Reaches mer.
John II. Garoutte, Alta »S. Groves,
rate for street lighting, the minimum
and Expenditure of 8tate and
$866,686; State Tax Is
John A. Gilbert, Virgil W. Gowdy.
to be $200 worth of current each
Lori a E. Hunuaford, Oscar W. Haw
Home members of the council call
ley, Henry M. Hubbell, Harvey H.
attention to the fuct I tint the city has
A law providing that thè funds ob
I-ane county's tax levy for 1922 will
an agreement with the power company
Richard G. Jenki»»/, Alfred J. John
to the effect that a material reduction tnined from automobile lieenses be iti be 25 mills as compared with a levy son.
in rates is to be made when the power vided 50 50 between thè stati* and thè of 24.2 mills for the past year, ac
Ernest R. Kurtc.
Autin D. Lindsey, Jack Lemon, Her
coin puny recover from the financial couiitics from which tlie money cornea cording to tin* order fixing the levy,
loss occasioned by the fuel situation is favored in a resolution adopted at filed in the office of the county chirk. bert W. Lombard, Robert L. (¿earning,
thè meeting of Lane County Pomom»
The total amount to bo raised by Dale E. Lusk.
of last summer and fall.
George R. Met^ueen, Wilfred H. Me
I ii order to get some plaee to start grange at lrviug Haturday. The grange taxation in 1922 is $866,686, which is
»2<i,5ofl less than was printed in tin* Caleb, Ray M. MeCargar, Florest E.
from, the council has ordered a tat»
budget for the reason that a mistake McGee, Wendell 11. MeCargar, Clarence
uluted statement prepared by a com
was made in including that amount in ►
potent engineer to make a comparison mai ut «*ua lice of roads.
S. Milne, Karl K. Mills.
the county budget when it lias to be • Archie W. Oliver.
a »I' present rates witli the recent eiuer
raised in school districts not having
gency rates and also with tin* old rates
George A. Proctor, Eston A. Porter,
in effect previous to the emergency grouads by thè conuty and another high schools. The levy as made by the Wesley F. Porter.
one was direct ed to thè state highway county court follows:
Thomas J. (^ueener.
eoinmissimi and thè secretary o f agri
For Lane county’s apportionment of
llarvey L. Robinson, William M.
Flu* Sentinel prepared several weeks
Raw.son, Joseph R. Roberts.
ug«» ;t t:ibiil:it«*<l slut «‘incut of timt kirnt
Lawson L. Hlagle, Robert E. Bimp
winch doc» not go i ut o great detail
ti» be used mi thè stato highway be third of the total.
son, Ivan O. Hams, Ralph E. Bailsman,
l»ut winch K»ve* a fu i r ideu if the,
Wilbur A. Bpray, Hurry D. Hkilling,
si i unt ion. Surh a t a buia ted compari
A resolution was also adopted cali $309,577.40, equaling 8.9096 mills.
Charles E. Hpray, Elvin C. Bpray.
sou is given heri'W ilh:
ing a special session of thè Pomonn
For county school purposes, $122,-
grange at Creswell February 25 and an 356.31, equaling 3.5214 mills.
P. Valentine, Hamuel R.
appropriatimi of $100 was madc to
$1146.63, equaling .033 of a mill.
CO assist thè market fumi.
Harold A. Whitlock, Leonard R.
* i Z . a> 0» o
For school district maintenance (for Whitman.
weak districts), $4993, equaling .143 of
Names Were Omitted.
Mustering in will be held in Moose
«W M « W G
»Several names were omitted from a mill.
hall. Those who have signed but have
For public market roads, $57,331.04, not had their physical examination,
the copy furnished The Sentinel o f the
Residence tigli! ing. meten •d:
6k wh.__ 4
* 1.25 * 1.10 $....... squad from which the girls’ basketball equaling 1.65 mills.
should report at America.! Legion hall
As money for road building is taken not later than Hunday night. »Someone
teams o f the high school are to be
8k wh ....
J.20 selected. The complete squad is as out of the general fund, the matter of is on duty there day and night.
1 5k w li
1.80 follows: Florence McFarland, f; Fluor placing certain sums on western l.anc
2.40 Knowles, f; Gwendolyn Mooney, e; county projects as recommended by the
3.30 liazol Führer, g; Doris Holdernian, g; taxpayers’ meet ing will be acted upon COUNTY COURT LIMITS
N kw k
WEIGHT OF TRUCK LOADS
3.90 Crystal Robinson, g; Hazel Hwansoii, later.
r e; Ava Young, g; Fearl Robinson,
Com mere in 1 lighting , metered:
Extremely heavy loads will hereafter
r c; »Sibyl Cellers, e; Frances Ham
City Schools Reopen.
loth, e ; Fannie Young, c; Ruth Bede,
8k wh...... . 1.60
The schools reopened Tuesday, after be kept o ff of certain roads in Lane
1.20 f; Dolly Pitcher, r e ; Evelyn Yeateh, g. having been closed two weeks for the county, according to an order made
15k W ll...... .. 2.55
holiday vacation and on account of the by the county court. The roads in
ban placed on public gatherings of eluded in the order are said to have
L!0k \\ li
High School Wins.
In the basketball game Tuesday young people because o f a cast* of been cut up very badly tins winter
3.90 night between the boys team o f the diphtheria. The attendance is about aud would have been m almost ini
4.50 high school and the boys alumni the 9U per cent, which is tin* same as be passable condition in n few weeks had
5.10 high school won a close contest with fore tin* holidays. Miss Elsie l.ea has this order not been made.
The loads on the Rattlesnake road
Commercial cooki ug metered :
a score of 20 to 18. In the contest be returned from the University of Ore
1 ( Ml
_._ tween the girls o f like organizations gon to substitute for Mrs. Nava from Trent south are restricted to a
1 Ilk » li
___ the high sehool won by a large margin. Harvey in general science and physi ton and a half; on tin* Lost creek
20k wh ...
The freshman team won from the ology. Mrs. llarvcy retains her classes road from Dexter south, one ton; on
the Little Fall creek road from Fall
1.50 Walker high second team and the in English.
Creek station to Little Fall
3.00 sophomore team won from the Walker
bridge, a ton and a half; on the low
6.00 first team in games played Haturday
Sermon for Business Men.
300 k wh.
. 10.50 10.70
y .o o night.
A service of interest to all business pass highway between Goldson and
. 13.50 13.70
The i a t ere lass games will be com men, especially employers, us well as Cheshire, one and a half tons; on the
5O0k wh ... . 1(1.50 Hi.70
15.00 pleted tonight, when the seniors and to the citizenship generally, will In* Chiekhaminy road out of Walton, half
Residence lighting, flat :
juniors will have a mix royal.
held at the Presbyterian church »Hun a ton, and on the Whitten road from
100 watts.... 1.50
day evening, when Norman F. Cole south Willamette street in Eugene to
150 watts.... 2.25
man will speuk on tin* subject, *‘ The the rock crusher on Spencer creek, one
Rev. David C. Kellems Dies.
ton. The last named is a part o f the
200 watts.... 3.00
Rev. David Clinton Kellems, head of Christian ¡Solution of Our Industrial
newly macadamized Lorane highway.
Commercial lighting, , flat:
the department of oratory at the Eli Problems." Mr. Coleman is president
100 watts ... 2.00
1.00 gene Bible University, died Monday of the L. L. L. L., *he labor orgamxa
1.40 morning at Guthrie Center, la. Mr. tion of employes
L. 8. Hill Visits in Portland.
toy es in the lumbering in
1.80 Kellems had been on leave of absence dustry, and also of the Oregon Social
200 wilt ta..... 4.00
Portland Oregonian: L. »S. Hill, for
¿50 watts..... 5.00
2.20 of a year and with his wife and son lygitne society
mer owner of the Brown Lumber com
300 watts..... 6.00
2.00 David planned a trip around the world.
puny at Cottage Grove and now part
Fu wer, flat:
owner of Hill k Morton, wholesale
He was directing a series o f meetings
Hip........... 3.00 3.00
lumber brokers of Han Francisco, is in
in the Iowa city when he was stricken
George Lamnnrs returned Wednes
21i p............... 6.00 6.00
4.00 with smallpox. He had Wen preaching
Portland. Mr. Hill was injured in an
3hp............... 0.00 9.00
0(H) in the Christian church here just prov
automobile accident in California sev
California. He was much impressed
eral months ago and is still navigating
with business activity i ii that state
A comparison was made o f meter ious to leaving Eugene.
and says that he found that the mar on crutches.
power rates, but figuring meter power
Mother o f J. M. Longfellow Dies.
ket there for lumber exceeds the sup
under the various schedules is so
Mrs. Rachel Ismgfellow, aged nearly ply. He is enthused with the prospect
Participate in Motorcycle Run.
fraught with complication« that these
Three from this section, Harry Ron*
of prosperity in the lumber business,
figures are not given for fear that
tie, George Foster and Ijowell Houston,
they may be in error. They seem to home in Seattle, where she had been in which he is interested.
took part in the motorcycle run New
show a material advance over any pre a resident for nine years. Hhe is sur
vived by three sons, John 11. Ijougfel
Y ear’s day from Eugene to Medford
and return. Mr. Rentle made the trip
low, o f Heat tie, James M. Ijongfettow,
of Cottage Grove, Ore., and Edward E.
through to Medford and returned to
E VEN IN G OF MU8IC A T
Ixmgfellow, of Halt Uike City, and a lavishly, if postoffice receipts on |mr Cottage Grove, but did not finish tho
P R E 8B Y TE R IA N CHURCH sister, Mrs. Hattie Bell, of Glendive.
run to Eugene on account of being o ff
Mont. The son living here returned receipts for December ran $200 ahead schedule.
The evening o f music, postponed a Monday from attending the funeral.
year before. Business houses o f the
short time ago, will la* presented at
Monroe Leases Photo Studio.
eity report a very satisfactory trade.
the Presbyterian church Hunday eve
Takes Charge o f Packing Plant.
A. I*. Monroe has rented his photo
ning, January 15, by the ladies chorus
Harry Rhine has arrived here from
studio to G. C. Gunderson, o f Portland
and The Carollers, which latter organ Portland to take charge of the pack
Madsen Jewelry Makes Repairs.
and recently of Chicago. Mr. Guilder
iiuition sings st the church regularly ing and wholesale department for the
Tin* Madsen jewelry has greatly is* son will take charge ns soon as Mr.
every Sunday evening. The musical City market.
He is experienced in proved tin* appearance o f its sale: room Monroe completes plans for n trip to
offerings will occupy the entire eve that line and will rearrange the part by removing the showcase which for California and possibly to Honolulu.
ning. The program will appear next of the shop devoted to that portion uierly acted as a partition and by re Mr. Gunderson is an experienced pho
o f the business.
arranging its display
ELECTRIC JUICE SITUATION
IS STILL MUDDLE
20 NAMES NEEDED FOR
GRANGE ASKS 50-50 SPLIT COUNTY TAX LEVY SUGHTLY
OF LICENSE FEES
OVER THAT OF 1921
MOTHERS CLUBTO BE MORE
ACTIVE THAN EVER
Helping Hand W ill Be Extended to
Those in Need and to Over
1 he Mothers club is made up of
members who are not quitting just b«
cause their main effort has been
crowned with success by the successful
establishment ot the rest room. Even
greater energy is to be displayed dui
mg tho new year and the helping hand
is to extend further into the com
munity. The members have found many
ways to be of service.
found many in need and they solicit
good, clean clothing, for which they
have many places, or goods that can
be worked over. Plans are under way
to relieve many a hard worked mother
by taking over some of her sewing
and having a regular sewing day once
The rest room, sponsored largely bj
the club, has been in successful opei-
ation for three mouths and its finances
are in good shape. Mrs. George Wilson
has been acting as matron, being ably
assisted by Mr. Wilson, and is con
sidered by the club as a real find.
Tho club has 26 members, all work
ing in harmony, and it is the wish to
greatly extend the roll of membership.
The annual election will be held to
A ll those inter
ested in the work of the ciub are in
vited to join members in the meeting.
The business session will be followed
by refreshments and a social time.
VIEWERS NOT FAVORABLE
TO PROPOSED ROUTE
Prices Asked by Land Owners
Prohibits Relocation of Pacific
Highway to North.
Eugene, Ore., Dec.
property holders on the right o f way
proposed for the Pacific highway north
of Cottage Grove want exhorbitant
prices for their laud, the road may be
left where it is aud paved by the
state, according to one o f the county
road viewers who visited the scene
Tho viewers are of tho
opinion that the change in route would
enhance the value of the land and that
moderate prices should be charged the
The proposed route which would
cross the Willamette river at the site
of the old bridge north o f Cottage
Grove and go
into the city on a
straight line east of the river. While
the old route is on a curve, aud longer,
the viewers declare that unless the
land can be bought at a more reason
able price th«* old route will be fo l
lowed unless the state intervenes.
The old bridge north o f Cottage
Grove which has been condemned, will
be replaced with a tnoderu structure if
thi* proposed new route is selected for
highway, otherwise the
county court is considering tearing it
ANOTHER OF THE LYCEUM
NUMBERS FAILS TO
Another o f the numbers of the lyce
urn course failed to materialize Mon
day night, when the Visocchi trio
failed to keep their date. The audience
gathered and waited and finally were
dismissed because no word had been
received from those who were to fur
nish the entertainment.
Another mini tier hail not been given
a week before because o f the ban on
attendance of young people at public
Delinquent Taxes Paid.
Taxes due on the l»uue county rolls
as far back as 1913 have lately been
collected by Hheriff Fred G. Htickels
and he has just made a 1 uruover of
$23,640.20 of such money.
Every once in awhile in order to
clear the records in connection with
certain pieces of property, someone
comes into the office o f the sheriff
and pays the taxes due for a number
of years past, together with penalties
and interest. The sum recently turned
over was divided as follows:
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COMES TO WEST LURED
I.nred to the west by tales of the
salubrious ozonu of tho famous,
fertile, fruitful Willamette, J. 1‘.
Chisholm, until recently of Lisbon,
N. D., has established himself here
us a veterinarian.
He differed \
severely during tho rigorous winters
of tho east and was forced to come
to a climate such as that found
here. Iu North Dakota he was an J
assistant state veterinarian.
— the economical housekeeper
is the one who reads the ads
as her shopping guide.
— no woman who pretends to bo
economical ever fails to
peruse the ads in every issue
of her home newspaper.
— failing to read tho ads is
too haphazard a way of running
things for the thrifty woman.