Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 6, 1922)
hihi i unni i mu mi i h i il I tu.
U M II
¿ü sT O M tK S
« l i l i
We want to add to our list of
' liuxtoniorH, for yo know wo can
k'ivo them tlit* kind o f hanking
‘ service they want.
.every facility for the safe and
^expeditious handling o f all
bunking matters. We reapect-
fully solicit your aeeotmt and
can assure you o f courteous
First National Bank
“ Tke Old Reliable”
SOUTHERN PAC IFIC TIM E TABLE
(Correctml August. 29, 1921.)
Mo 18- 9:G7 a. in. No. 13— 12:19 a. m.
No. 14 3:32 p. in No. 63— 6:41 a. m.
No. 16— 3:37 a. in. No. 16— 2:10 p. m
___________________ No. 17— 7:40 p. in.
It pay» to road
tho wan tads.
DE. 0. E. FROST
Office in I jiw huu Pudding,
GAVEN 0. DYOTT, M D.
I ’llV H K J IA N A N D HUUGKÜN
A Ruy work in nil Un bruncliea.
Nvuiiiug» by appointment
Ü34 kl uni. Corner MuvunlU ¡Street
Cottugu Uruve, Oregon
J. E. YOUNG
ATTO R N I! Y A T DAW
Office on Mum avenue.
ü. J. SHINN
ATTO RNEY A T LAW
und iiolury public. Fradice» m
ali court». Twenty live your» ex
Ruder Rldg., Cottugu drove, Ore.
A T T O K N ilY-AT DAW
Collectunm, i'robuto, Notury
774 WiUuiuette at., Dugeuu, Ore.
H. W. TITUS. D. M. D.
D Xl’ DRT DDNTiaTRV
Modern equipment. Firal Nation
ul Ruuk Rldg. Ottico hour» 9 u.
ui. to 12 in., i to 6 p. in. Lve
mug « or ttunduy» by uppouninoul.
J. 8. m e d i . e y
A TTO RN EY A T LA W
Euguno Loan und öu vingt» Ruuk
DE. W. M. H A M I L T O N
uncle, C. W. Rears, While en route from
The Dulles to Ashland, whore they
will make their home.
Miss Allie Phillips, of
s|>ent New Y ea r’s with her parents,
DELIOHT V A LLE Y .
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Phillips.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frost and Harry
(N|M»«‘iul to The* Sentinel.)
Jan. 3.- Mr. and Mrs. T. I). Hodgtm Frost, of Blue Mountain, visited New
returned from Huh*in Inst Wednesday. Y ear’s day with Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Broun and baby, Heath ami family.
of l*o w it h , spout last week at the C. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Klinor Thompson, now
lywm’is, of California, visited from
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Thursday to Saturday morniug at tho
Jan. 3.— Miss Jessie Minshall, of Eu
C. A. Mooro homo. Mr. Thompson was gene, was a guest at tin* Linden hotel
a Kaasus friend of tho Moores.
Tho J. A. .loll family s|n*nt Friday
After spending the holidays with his
evening at tho C. II. Haight homo.
parents at Murphy, Cecil Roberts re
C. A. Curtis spent one day of last turned Monday to resume his school
week at tho W. A. Keene homo.
Morwin Wilkinson, of Albany, called
Miss Fay Pruett returned to her
at tho W. A. Keene homo Friday eve home in Jefferson Saturday.
niiig, having made tho trip in his bug.
Arthur Combs returned to Corvallis
The K. J. Kent family and (¿ois Monday, after spending a two weeks’
.la ok son attended a watch party at vacation here.
tho Counts homo at Latham.
Inez Pruett and Myrtle Sutherland
A number from tho valley attended wore guests at the W. T. Jones home
a watch party at the Eaton home in Sunday night.
Mrs. Wili Ewing and daughter Mer
The ,1. A. .loll family were at the tie spent Friday night with Mrs. Ew
Bird Bose home in Eugene for New ing's daughter, Mrs. Ruth Hopman.
N. B. Hays reports a good crowd
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Conner and son and a fine time at their dance Hutur
spent New Year's at the home of Mr. day night.
Connor's brother Harry in Eugene.
The Lee Nixon family were New
Year's dinner guests at the E. J. Boars
(Special to Tin* Sentinel.)
Mary and Lionel Haight have re
Jan. 3.— George Ham received a long
turned to school, after spending their distance phone message Monday tolling
vacation at home.
him to come to Albany at once, as his
Lowell B nston was among those baby was not expected to live.
who participated in the motorcycle en
Mrs. W. I. Scales and little son are
durance run Saturday from Eugene to in Eugene. Little Lloyd is receiving
The Oscar Jackson family, Mr. and
Mrs. Cal 11 ileman has returned from
Mrs. Lawrence Monticth, It. I). Tucker visiting at the home of her dnughlor,
and Jess Tucker were New Y ear’s din Mrs. Grace Snyder, id’ Hadleyville.
nor guests at the Ben Jackson home
Rev. MeCay and family, of Hadley
villc, were Lirttne visitors Tuesday.
The Sears, Moore, Jackson and
O. E. Crowe and family and Mrs.
Hugh Nixon families and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lynch spent New Y ear’s day
W. E. Nixon spent Saturday evening with relatives in Cottage Grove.
at the Lee Nixon home. They made
Chnuncey Blosser ami Theo. Sturde
ta ffy and popped corn.
vunt have gone to Toledo and other
The Fred Witcher family »pent New points down the valley to visit rein
Y ear’s at the W. A. Witcher home.
(I. 11. Waggoner, of Eugene, was
Foster Brothers sold Bartels & Sal
here Tuesday surveying for J. it. ley a load of dressed hogs last Friday.
Cooley and i. itandall, of the Mount
John Vent eh was in the valley Sat
View district, and for Charles and It. urdny and bought some beef cattle
from Win. Sturde vunt.
The Poster family motored to Cot
BLUE M OUNTAIN.
tnge Grove Sunday and took dinner
with the H. B. Griggs and Van A Hi
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Jan. 2.— Mrs. A. J. Horne and ehil
Miss Grace Henderson has returned
dron, of Lebanon, have been visiting to Cottage Grove, after visiting at the
her siHters, Mrs. George Foster and home of her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. 1..
Mrs. Albert Lancaster.
A physician has been out several
Miss Ethel Puvell, after spending ft
times the past week to see James Lan week at the home of her mother, re
caster, who is suffering with inflnni turned to Eugene, where she is attend
ing the U. of O.
Paul Mays has sold his ranch and is
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. King spent the
moving out this week.
week end at the home of Mr. K in g ’s
Mr. and Mrs. Albert R issue have parents, Mr. and Mrs. James King.
moved out onto their ranch, after an
A. H. Addison went to Eugene Mon
absence of several months.
day ami brought the Misses Atkinson
Loberta Miller spent the Christmas out to their schools. Miss Bertha At
vacation with her mother.
kiiiMou teaches flu* Fawn creek school
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williams spent and Miss Grace the Cartwright school.
Christmas at the James Lebow home. Both are sisters of Mrs. Addison.
Mr. and Mrs. Farmer are visiting
at the Snell home.
John Palmer was n Grove visitor T H A T D U L L A C H IN G
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Jail. 3.— Mr. and Mrs. Crollinger
and family, of Albany, visited a part
of last week with Mrs. Crollinger's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Finley.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Clark and family
spent New Year's day at the L. D.
Pallie Lent, of Linden, spent the
week end with Ada Gilliam.
Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Powell and fnm
ily, of Latham, spoilt New Y ear’s day
with Mrs. Pow ell’s mother, Mrs. T. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nelson, o f Mar
cola, Mrs. Piper, of the Grove, and
Mr. and Mr:. L. U. Markham and son
ate New Year’s dinner at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Piper.
A basket dinner will be held after
Holiday school next Sunday at tin* He
bron church. There will be preaching
at 2 o ’clock.
Cru on u tìpocruily
Office Over Cur lit Uurdwure
Une., 213 Health i ’ucific Highway
DR. A. W. KIME
afR ciA L aat i n o u artiT U ica
Will cere for conf inenientd at bid
home if dedireti. Hpoeuul uurde
if required. Phono«: office, 34;
Mti^tluuce, 12Ü J.
MRS. F. J. AL8T0TT
enrome und acute alimente
Phone ISC 1,
DR W. E. LEBOW
O ffic e : F ifth und Main 8trootN
Hour*: 8:30 tu 12 und 1 to 6:30
1‘lioiieit: O ffic e 30, Keaidunco
EveningH und HuiidityH
KOK D A N 01 NO L K 8 8 0 N 8
Keitidciicc, 34 North Sevnnth Hl.
J. F , S P R A Y
O ffic e in First National Bank
building. Sixth Street entrance.
Attorney at D aw
First National Bank Building
DR. J. P. CHISHOLM
V E T E R IN A R IA N
Cot tage Hotel
(Special to The Sentinel.)
•Ian. 3. The Black Butte school
started Tuesday morning.
Miss Emma Jones is spending the
week with Miss Orplia Combs.
E. Geer has returned from Canada,
where he visited relatives for two
(«nwrencc and Will Funk and Guy
Yu nut tn motored to the Grove Sntur
day evening to a New Year’s dance.
Lawrence Funk and Guy ViumtPi
left Monday .for Divide, where they
will be employed at the A. L. Wood
Miss Orphn Combs has lawn sick the
past few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Tlios. Funk motored
to tin1 Potter mill at Curtin Sunday
for dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mrs. Susan Walker has received a
letter from her daughter at Brush
Prairie, Wash., telling her of the death
of their little daughter on Christmas
day from croup.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Jan. 3.- Mrs. C. W. Sears and Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Cooley motored to Ir
ving Saturday and attended Pomona
Mrs. Joe Schneider and Miss Forrest
Schneider went to Eugene Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. I). L. England and
family, of Dorenn, s|ient Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bales.
Mrs. Alma Sears and Mrs. Kate Sears
and son Frank, of Cottage Grove, vis
ited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Arne went to
Eugene Tuesday for medical treatment
for Mrs. Arne.
Mr. and Mrs. George i«nyng and
family s|>ent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Waldo Miller.
Mr and Mrs. Walter Do won* gave
a dance Friday night in their new
home. A number from Walden and
Blue Mountain attended, as well us
from this neighborhood.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wilson spent
Thursday night with Mrs. W ilton’•
In tho Circuit Court of the Rtato of
Oregon in and for Lane County.
Adah Hartzell, plaintiff, v*. Floyd
F. Hartzell, defendant.
To Floyd F. Hartzell, the above named
In the name of the State o f Oregon:
You are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against you
in the above entitled suit within six
weeks from tho date of tho first publi
6-volt lype for Fords and many other light ears, trade-in
cation of this summons, and if you fail
price, each only................................................................ $20.90
to so answer for want thereof tho
This is 45% less than the price in 1920 and 31% less than
phtintiff will apply to tho Court for
the price a few days ago.
relief prayed for in p la in tiff’s com
plaint: For a decree dissolving the
12-volt type for Maxwells, Dodges and Franklins, trade-in
marriage contract between you amt
price, each only........................
the plaintiff on tho grounds of deser
tion for more than one year, for the
Hudsons, Maxwells, Oaklands, Essex, etc........ up from $25.90
care, custody and control over the
These are typical reductions. Every size and type is re
minor child, Elenor Fay Hartzell, for
the support of the said child in the
duced, and there is a Prest-O-Lite for every make o f motor
amount of $15.00 per month and for
car and truck.
alimony in the amount of $25.00 per
month and for costs and disbursements
of this suit.
This summons is served by publica
tion by order of the Hon. G. F. Skip-
w'orth, Judge of the above named
S P R A Y ,
P O N G
C R U S O N
Court, dated the 13th day of Decern
ber, 1921, and the date of the first
publication of this summons is tho
16th day of December, 1921, and the
date o f the last publication will bo on
jailer that if the erime wave continues
Jail is Badly Crowded.
the 27th day of January, A. D. 1921.
A new county jail or an addition to Lane county will be compelled to rent
H. J. R IfIN N ,
Attorney for Plaintiff. the old one .soon will have to be built, additional jail room before that time.
Residence and Post office address: Cot according to Deputy Sheriff George
New Hatchery la Completed.
tage* Grove, Lane County, Ore. d!6j27 Croner, jailer. At the present time 24
A new fish hatchery has just been
men nre confined in the building and
four more will be put in during the completed on the Willamette river, in
NOTICE OF F IN A L SETTLEMENT. next few’ days. It is so badly crowded which there will be ample room for
that there is hardly a place for some four million fish and a number o f re
Notice is hereby given that the un of the men to sleep, says Crouer.
pairs are being made to the McKenzie
dersigned E ecutrix of the estate of
As the grand jury does ant meet hatchery, the principal part being two
Fanny B. Harris, deceased, has filed until February, it is predicted by the new flumes.
her account for the final settlement of
tin* said estate in the County Court of
the State of Oregon, for Lane County,
and that Tuesday, the 24th day o f
January A. D. 1922 at the court room
of the said court in Eugene, Lane
County, Oregon, at 11 o ’clock, A. M.
of said day has been by said court
fixed as the time and place for hear
ing objections thereto and for final
settlement of said estate by order
made and entered of record on the
27th day of December, A. 1). 1921.
ID A ROGERS,
Executrix of the estate of
Fannie 8. Harris, deceased.
H. J. SHINN,
Attorney for Executrix.
New Low Prices on
THE SERVICE GARAGE
W e have been compelled to change our loca
NOTICE OF F IN A L SETTLEMENT.
Notion is hereby given that the un
dersigned Executor of the estate of
David C. Hubbard, deceased, has filed
his account for the final settlement of
the said estate in the County Court
of the State of Oregon, for Lane
County and that Tuesday, the 24th
day of January, A. D. 1922 at the
court room of the said court in Eu
gene, Lane County, Oregon, at 11
o ’clock, A. M. of said day has been
by said court fixed as the time and
place for hearing objections thereto
and for final settlement of said estate
by order made and entered of record
on the 17th day of December, A. D.
PERRY W. HUBBARD,
Executor o f the estate of
Don’t worry and complain about n
David C. Hubbard, deceased.
bad back. Get rid of it! For weak
H. J. SH INN,
kidneys, lame and achy hacks, your Attorney for Executor.
neighbors recommend Doan’s Kidney
Pills. Ask your neighbor.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Mrs. J. W. Clark, S. 2nd Bt., Cot
tnge Grove, says: “ I can recommend
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Doan’s Kidney Pills from experience. Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon,
My kidneys were in a bad condition December 6, 1921.
and I suffered with a continual dull,
Notice is hereby given that Thomas
nagging backache and had no energy E. Abeene, of Cottage Grove, Oregon,
and became run down. I also had spells who, on January 3, 1921, made home
of headache and the action of my kid stead entry serial, No. 013588, for
neys was irregular. Doan’s Kidney SW V4 N E li, section 7, township 22 S.,
Pills were recommended to me so I Range 3 W., Willamette Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to make final
bought some at the New Em Drug three year proof, to establish claim to
Htore. They hel|>ed me wonderfully, the land above described, before E. O.
strengthening my buck and kidneys Immel, U. S. Commissioner, at his
and benefiting me generally."
office, at Eugene, Oregon, on the 12th
Price, 60c at all dealers. Don’t sim day of January, 1922.
Claimant names as witnesses: Everett
ply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan’s Kidney Pills— the same that Small, of Cottage Grove, Oregon:
Mrs. Clark hud. Foster Milburn Co., George Small, of Cottage Grove, Ore
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
jG-13 gon; Arehie Gillum, of Cottage Grove,
Ore.; John Murry, of Cottage Grove,
W. H. CANON,
To Whom It May Concern:
Fire insurance policies Nos. 426 to
4f>0 inclusive and automobile certifi
rates Nos. 1 to 25 inclusive of the
Cottage Grove, Oregon agency of this
compuny have been lost, mislaid, de-
stroyed or stolen from my office and
this is to notify any person or perseii*
holding said policies or certificates
that same are void and of no effect.
Northwestern National Insurance Co.
E. C. 1 seek wood, Agent,
at Cottage Grove, Oregon
Eighth Grade Examination.
Notice is hereby given that the state
uniform eighth grade examination will
be given Thursday and Friday, Jnnii
ary 12 and 13. Teachers who have
pupils who have complied with the
legal conditions should apply for the
questions at once.
E. J. M(K)RE,
County School Superintendent.
BOND REDEM PTION NOTICE.
OF F IN A L
tion but we will remain in business at some
new location, of which due announcement
will be made, but we want you to know that
we are going to stay here to serve you in
automobile repairing at the lowest prices at
which high class work can be done.
OREGON AUTO REPAIR SHOP
V IS IT
T H IS
W IN T E R
where the sun is “ on the job”
Four Trains a Day
PROVIDE A SERVICE THAT CONTRIBUTES TO
THE TRAVELER S COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned exeeutrix of the estate of
Daniel Read, deceased, has filed her
account tor final settlement of the
said estati in the County Court of the
State of Oregon for Lane County and
that Tuesday, the 7th day of February,
A. D. 1922, at the Court Room of said
Court in Eugene, Line County, Oregon,
at 11 o ’clock a. m. of said day has
been by the eourt fixed as the time
and place of hearing objections there
to, if any there be, and for a final
settlement of said* estate, by order
made and entered of record on the 5th
dav of January, A. I). 1922.
ORA READ H EM ENW AY,
Executrix of the estate of
IL J. Shinn,
Daniel Read, deceased.
Attorhey for Executrix.
N otice to Highway Motor
Notice is hereby given that the en
tire issue o f Cottage Grove improve
meat bonds, series H E ,” has been
railed for payment and that interest
will cease on and after February 23,
And To Whom It May Concern:
HERBERT E A K IN ,
____________ City Treasurer.
You and each o f you are hereby
notified that the law passed at tin*
spec ini session of the legislature pro
A D M IN IS T R A T O R ’S NOTICE.
viding for supervision and regulation
Notice is hereby given that the un of transportation of persons and prop
dersigned has been duly appointed by erty for eorapensiition over public high
the County Court of the State o f Ore ways by motor vehicles, is now in
gon, for I « a ue County, administrator force and effect, and you are advised
of the estate of Carl F. N. Alated, to secure instructions by communi
cating with the commission immediate
All persons having claims against ly. For your reference and convenience
said estate are hereby notified to pre a copy of the law is now on file with
sent the same to me duly verified at the county clerk.
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this !l*»t
Cottage Grove, Ore., on or before six
months after the date of this notice. day of December, 1921.
Public Service Commission of Oregon,
Dated this 23rd day of Dec., 1921.
By Fred A. Williams, Chairman.
Administrator o f the estate of Attest: Wm. P. Ellis, Secretary.
Carl F. N. Alated, deceased.
Your wiiiita may bo few— provided
J. E. YOUNG,
Attorney for estate.
d23 j20 you »re • user of Sentinel wauiada. *
S A N T A B A R B A R A -LOS A N U R I.E S
Tickets good until A p ril 30 -Stopovers allowed
No war tax on railroad tickets
Since 1870 the Southern Pacific has been closely
identified with the development of western Oregon
Southern Pacific Lines
John M. Scott, General passenger Agent
Knowles & Gräber