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— in Iniying pocerira comes in
selecting the bet 1 er grades front
« störe you know you ean depend
npon. Wo pride nuraelves on nur
aincore desire to liavo in stock at
all tinica tho liest quality o f food stuffs at inoilcratc prices.
W E S T S ID E
PH O N E 9
Mrs. \V. A. Gamut t«» returned Friday
from it \ isit in Port la ml \«.tli her . m s
tor, Mrs. Jack Callahan.
Big supply of hulk gar. !»• it semis.
«Tones A Eaton.
Bernard and Lemar Piper, of Port*
land, visitfd during the past week with
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. U.
Mrs. E. C. Adams, of Roaeburg, spent
tho week end with Mr. Adams' mother,
Mrs. M. E. Adams.
Make it snappy. I,i*t it right, sell
it quiek. Toll me what you want, got
it right away. J. M. Durham, realtor. *
Mrs. Emma Kolley and daughter
l-elia and Mrs. K. C. Shuy and daugh
lor Marjorie were among Kugeuo \ is
itors from hero Saturday.
J. W. Buekley was up from Port hind
O LD A O E IS N T
E N T IR E L Y A M A T T E R
OF YE A R S
“ How do you look?’ ’ and
“ How do you fe c it ” are the
I f you arc enjoying good
health and eyesight, then
you are indeed fortunate.
I f you are handicapped
with poor eyesight, we can
be o f invaluable service to
you, because it's the pur
pose o f our business to im
prove the vision o f |s'o]ilc
in every stage o f life.
I f you need glasses for
close work and distant view,
K B Y P T O K 8 w ill In-Ip you
They are mighty convenient
visions arc invisibly united
in one pair o f solid lenses
with no seams to show that
they are bifocals.
Big time. Big dance. New floor.
Fine music. Dedication dance at
Will 11. dil and family, of Pori laid,
■pent tho week end with Mr. Hohl’*
mother, Mrs. Barbara Hohl.
Glen Smith was home from the U. of
O. over the week end.
Moving and storage. Phone 99. City
n o vlltfc
Mrs. A. 1*. Larson has returned from
an extended visit with her son Berud,
in Portland, and with her daughter,
Mrs. I .ester Sanford, in Eugene.
Mrs. Louisa Kibby returned Satur
day from Portland, where she had
visited a month with her daughter,
O PTIC IA N OPTOMETRIST
Dr. Koval J. Gickj Specialist,
Factory on Promise^
correotly fits glasses at $8.00
and up. Bring this notioe. 908
Willamette St., Eugene, Ore.
jl3 t f
Mrs. William Shearer went to Toledo
Saturday and spent the week end with
her husband, who is working there.
Virginia and Fred Bosley spent Sun
Mrs. E. B. Hundsaker, after visiting
at the home of tier brother, C. M. Par day at the Judson Allen home at »Sag
ker, left Friday for her homo in San maw. Mrs. D. C. Bosley spent the day
h i Eugene with the 1>. F. Jenkins fain
Those having copies of U. S.
Shingles. Jones A Eaton.
axniy d n ll regulations will per
Mr. and Mrs. \V. G. Hauser motored
torm a patriotic act by giving I up from Eugene Sunday and visited
same to any member of the mil with Mrs. Hauser's mother, Mrs. Allie
Hawkins, who accompanied them home
hi the evening.
Mrs. Delia Todd, of Eugene, visited
See Nelson for used cars.
during the |»ast week at the home of
Du t id Whittle, o f the U. of <>., spent
her sister in law, Mrs. Charles Brown.
Sunday with Miss Daisy Johnson, at
Little Joe Baker, son of Mr. :i:d the home of her sister, Mrs. Fred Beid
Mrs. Kay Baker, was quite ill dur.ng ler.
the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Kay Nelson, of Marco-
Galloway for Insurance, 511 Main, tf la, visited Kunday with Mr. and Mr*.
Mr. aud Mrs. E. A. Hughe* -pent Kay Baker.
Friday in Eugene.
Battery testing and overhaul
Mr*. Rebecca Medley wont to On Is ing. Spray, Long & Cruson. j20ti
land Friday to visit her daught« r, Mrs
Mrs. J. W. Veatch suffered during
J. H. Neaa.
N el «oil will trade used ears with you. the pa*t week with tonsilitis.
Mrs. Joe Baker returned Saturday
Mrs. A. H. Spriukel and daughter from Philomath, where she had been
and son v isited »luring the p i A we«*k visiting her mother, who is sick.
at the home of Mr. Sprinkel's mother,
Dr. W. H. Voee, of Eugene, an
Mrs. G. W. Smith.
iiounces he will be at Oregon Hotel
every second and fourth Saturday, 11
a. m. to 5 p. m., prepared to treat dis
eases of th»* eye, ear, nose nud throat,
and to fit glass«»«.
D. J. Scholl
Mr. and Mrs. N. \V. White and Miss
Inez s|M*nt th«» week end in Eugene,
the main attraction being the little
daughter born a few days ago to Mr.
and Mr*. Herald W. White, of that
K«*rr’* feeds for baby chicks. Jones
Mrs. L. P. Bennett returned Sunday
to Portland. She had been here* and
at Eugene for six weeks on account of
the serious illness of her brother, 1«. P.
Sanford, who is now well on the road
Galloway writes insurance.
Roy Rigg* returned about ton ihiys
ago from spending several months in
California for the benefit of his health,
which is now greatly improved.
Miss Margaret Galloway spent the
i week end in Eugene with Miss An
I uette Dobbin, of Enterprise, who is at
| tending the U. of O.
Nelson sells good tires at right prices,
j Mrs. J. K. Cooley was brought horn«»
l e i week from a Eugene hospital,
where she underwent an o|»eration for
apiiendicitis. She is recovering nicely.
C. F. Skelton took hi* little son to
Portland several days ago for medical
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Speck, o f Me«l
ford, were week-end guests at th«* A.
A. Kii’htnom! home. Mr. Sp«>ek ha*
just b«*«*n transferreil from Hend to
Medford ns special agent of the Stand
nrd Oil «»oinpaiiy. lie had taken up
hi* now duti(*s mid came here to meet
Mrs. Spe«’k, who motored through from
Bend, where they became acquainted
with tIn* Richmonds when Mr. Rich
annul was with the Standard Oil com
'H ave you noticed the Dodge Broth
er* reduction ad in this issuef
Mrs. Ursula Dean has return«*d to
h<*r home in Fhoenix, Or«*., lifter a
visit with her former sc Inndum ten, Mrs.
You don’t with to get caught Orrin Robinson and llowar«r Durk«*«*,
on the road with car trouble this friends of 57 years. Her secoml bus
kind of weather. Spray, Long & band di«‘d 10 months ago and a total
of 12 of her near relatives have died
Cruson s for car inspection, over recently.
hauling and repairing.
j20tf | Moving and storage. Fhone 99. City
W. A. Ward, »h o had intiMidod mov Transfer.
n o vlltfc
iiij; to Medford, has sold out his busi
I**«» Sullivan, of Klamath Falls, vis
ness interests there and will remain ited here this woek ou a return trip
here for .the present.
W. 1*. I-oi-kwood, of Sen11 lo, who had
E. L. Chvuey was in Fortland this
been visiting his brother, E. C. Lock week on business.
wood, returned home Friday.
New pianos, $25 cash and $15 a
month. Eugene Music Shop, Eugene,
French D ry and Modern Electric
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Shields returned
Monday from Springfield, where they
hud been visiting their daughter, Mrs.
L. F. Wilson.
D Y E IN G A N D A L T E R IN G
Mrs. Currie Hemoawuy wus a Eu
Prices as Follows
gene visitor Tuesday.
Suits sponged and pressed....$1
K err’s feeds for baby chicks. Jones
Suits pressed....................... 76c
Suits cleaned aud pressed $1.60
Miss Marie Jones, of Eugeni*, spent
Ladies’ dresses up from ........ .$1 th«; week end at th«* home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Jones.
Harvey Taylor was in Eugene Mon
day on business.
24 North Seventh Phone 112-L
D O N ’T LET ’Eit KNOCK, i t ’s too
costly. Let us fix it. All g«»nernl re
pairing, including fender uiui radiator
Kodak developing, printing and en work. Overland Garage.
larging a specialty. Mail orders solic-
Ruth McKibb«*n sustained a fracture
ite«l. Hughes Studio, upstairs over the of a bone of Nthe left ankle when she
Bank of Cottage Grove.
j20fl0pd fell Sunday while at play.
Mrs. A. W. Hell i well, Mrs. 8. 8.
The military club will give it.« open
Lasswell and Marvin Smith are visit ing dance in the armory tonight.
iag in Roseburg at the home of Mr.
You may learn the reduction in
and Mrs. E. L. Smith, parents of Mrs.
Do»lge Brothers ears by calling at N el
Heliiwell and Mr. Smith.
son’s Service station or by phoning 64.
J C. Abbott has collected the bounty
Mrs. O. M. Miller was in Portland
on a bobcat.
this week selecting her spring millinery
Second hand goods bought, sold and stock.
exchanged. I. B. Morris, at bridge, tf
Mr. Bassonett«*, foreman of the crew
Herbert Eakin and O. O. Veateh working on the Latham bridge, sus
were business visitors in Eugene Tues tained serious bruises Thursday o f last
week when he fell from the bridg«*.
C le a n in g and P re s s in g
Try the new
FOR H IG H G R A D E PH O TOS
Monroe Photo Studio
Kodak finishing, printing, de
Sundays from 1U to .1 o ’clock.
W. F rasier Johnson »■as a business
visitor it Eug«*ne Tin's« l:iy.
Big supply o f bulk K» rden seeds.
Join*« & Eaton.
M ra. Ada Hart zeli iras granted a
«livore«; Tuesday from Floj «1 F. Hart-
/«•II on th«* grounds of si.-sertion and
WHS giv *n tin custody cf tl «* daughter.
Th«* vulcanizing wo rks has been
moved in with Nelson •« Service sta
Cheater Hunter has arrived from Eu
gene to accept a position as bookkeeper
at the Heliiwell, Bangs & Marksbury
atore. Mrs. Verna Mast, who held tlie
position some time, resigned some time
ago and leaves shortly for Fort land.
Cottage Grove Hatchery
My motto is ‘ ‘ Better Chickens. ”
1 hatch only from one and two-
year-old hens which have free
range. O. A (J and Hollywood
liarge buns, large
eggs, make husky chicks, bigger
fries, pullets lay bigger eggs.
When you are through with
them as layers they bring you
moro money. Order now for
March A pril and May chicks
and help to raiac the standard
o f Cottage Grove eggs.
Mr. and Mrs. I«eonnr»l Douglas ar
J. F. S P R A Y , P R O P R IE T O R
rive«! Saturday from MaeCloud, Calif.,
for a visit at the home of Mrs. Doug
Ian' parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bar
Read the trade-at-home mer
Moving and storage. Phone 99. City chandise specials on page 3.
n o vlltfc
Mrs. Ora Read Hamen way has been
sick during th«» punt week.
Joe Urube, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray
m««n«l Grub«*, has been sick «luring the
Fiano tuning anil repairing.
«lass workman. All work guaranteed.
KeusouubLe charges also on r«*pairing.
Fhone 312 or write K. F. Callahan,
Kugi’iie Music Hhop, Eugene, Ore. jl3 tf
E. L. ( ’h«*ii«‘y lias returned from a
Order your incubators and brooders. Queen
business trip to Fort land.
Mrs. Lydia Htouffer is suffering with
Masters and Charters.
a seriously injured finger. Hh<* «»aught
it in a «loor us she elos«»«! it, tukiiig o ff
the end o f th«* m«»mlM*r.
K e rr’s chick feeds in stock during chick sea-
Shingles. Jo tics A Eaton.
Mrs. W. W. McFarland was a visitor
son. M anufactured this year.
in Eugene Tuesilay.
Mr. an«l Mrs. N. E. Glass nn«l E. W.
Miller motored to Eugene Tu«*s«lny.
Third car of whole corn for this season to * Mr. Glass ntt<*mli‘«l a meeting of the
! county fair board.
arrive within a few days. Get our priées.
Chicken*, hogs, veal and cattle want
• d at the people'* Market.
Johnnie Burkhold<»r has been suffer
Good cedar shingles.
ing for a few «lays with a m*vere cold.
J o n
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Enderly re
turned Friday from spending several
months at Long Beach, Calif. While
there they made a trip over the M«*x-
Mrs. Harry Webber is quite sick.
Christian Science church, corner of
Jefferson avenue and Second street.
Sunday service* at 11 a. w. Wednes
day services at 7:30 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Baker, of Ains
worth, Neb., were visitors over Wed
nesday night of last week at th«* S. L.
Godard home. Mrs. Bak»*r is a daugh
ter of Mr. nml Mrs. J. I*. Rucker, of
KiTgem*,. form«*r residents of Saginaw.
Moving aud storage. Fhone 99. City
n o v lltfc
Mrs. S. L. Godard and daughter,
Miss Ray, w«»re in Fortland over F ri
da/ night, going there for an «*ye ex
animation for both of them.
O. E. Woodson is in eastern Oregon
JS YOUR GENERATOR doing its
•lutyf Don’t let it shirk and ruin your
battery. We clean and put them in
shape at a very small cost. Overland
E. I. Bartholomew motored up from
Fortland Sunday and spent the day
with his family at the home of Mrs.
Bartholomew’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. U. Blair.
Dr. B. M. Grant, of Spokane, who
had been visiting at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. B. F. Prince, returned
Old rags wanted at 5 cents the
pound. Must be LARGE and CLEAN,
jtound. Must b<; large and clean, such
as old underclothes, old clothing of
soft materials, such as old blankets,
etc. Th«* Sentinel.
A. W. Swanson left Tuesday for
1/4‘wiston, Ida., to att«*nd a convention
«if sample stor«* managers.
Mrs. Charles ('handler, o f Eugene, is
visiting at the home o f her sister, Mrs.
G. M. Scott.
I««*t the Dodge Brothers Service sta
tion take care of your car troubles.
West Hide Garagi*.
Albert Hull has recovered from the
injuries sustained in a fall of 15 foet
when the A. L. Woodard flume gave
way while he was walking u | hjii it.
Mrs. Ida Veatch has received word
that* her mother at Tnkilma, southern
Oregon, recently sustaim*d severe in
juries when a heavy door fell upon
W atch each week for the trade-
at-home merchandise specials on
Aii 8 pound daught«*r was born ye*
terday to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Neal, of
Regular services next Sunday at the
Methodist church. Forenoon subject,
“ Th«* II»«* «»I Our Tal«*i»t*. ” Evening
subject, “ Jeroboam's Bin, or Think of
the Other Fellow.”
IT IS GOOD BUSINESS to have
your lmtt«*ry cleaned and reinsulated
onco a year. Overland Going«*.
James Whit ford arrived yesterday
afternoon from White Swan, Wash., to
attend to some business in connection
with his application for admission to
the Masonic and Eastern Htar home at
Mrs. Fred A. Neipp, of Pittsburgh,
Fa., who had been visiting at the H. V.
Allison home, l«*ft yesterday for Ash
land, where she will visit a few «lays
before going on to Ukiuh, Calif., to
visit her father and sister.
Mrs I smi Stone, of Eugene, spent
Wednesday night here with her daugh
ter Flora, who has been quite ill.
ilos«>a and Arno Brown arrived yes
terday from Me«lford to visit their
THE NEW O VERLAND , acknowl
edged by those who know to be the
best value for the money on the uiur
Demonstrations by up
poiiitment, day or night. Overland
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hocrist have ro-
turned from Rujadu, where Mr. Secrist
wus employ«*«! for several months.
Mrs. J. W. Nash, o f Albany, who
had been visiting with Mrs. K. A.
Trask for a week, r<*turne«l home y«»s-
Charles Wiggins arrived W(*dn<*sdny
from Woodburn and is visiting his
sister, Mrs. Win. Mo re lock.
Mrs. Jennie Chrisuiun David arrived
Wednesday from Fortlund and is visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wes
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jost, who had
been visiting Mrs. Jost’s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. o. II. Willard, returned to
N. J. Nelson Jr. brought a new
Dodge coup«; up from Eugene Wednes
Mrs. McKinley Huntingtou arrived
Monday from Fossil and is visiting at
the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W’. J. White.
C'leo Morelock. sou o f Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Morelock, has arrived from Fort-
land, where he recently graduated from
a polytechnic school. He is taking
post graduate work here and will as
sist his father iu the conduct of th«;
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph D. Robinson, of
Fortland, who sail within a few days
for New Zealand, which they may
make their home, visited the first of
the week with Mrs. Robinson’s broth
er and sister, Henry Rohde and Mrs.
A. E. Hamloth.
The Southern Pacific wrecker was
here Wednesday to replace two freight
cars which had jumped the rails while
being switched ou a sidetrack.
Among visitors from her«» in Eugene
Wednesday were Charles Cochran, who
went down for the first practice of the
Oregon State band, E. O. Saltsman,
H. J. Shinn, H. W. Lombard and K. K.
John C. Currin has filed suit in th«'
district court agaiust Ralph E. Lnra-
way, seeking judgment in the sum of
County Commissioner and Mrs. Em
mett Sharp have returned to Eiig«’iie
from spending three weeks in Los
Rev. E. G. O. Groat will preach Sun
day forenoon at the Baptist church.
Mrs. Clara Roney, who ha«l been vis
iting her sister, Mrs. C. M. Parker, re
turned Wednesday to her home in Go
A. Rogers arrived Tuesday from
Portland to visit at the home of his
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Simpson, of
Portland, arrived Wednesday to visit
Mrs. Simpson’s mother, Mrs. M. C.
Tin* J. O. Larson family is moving
here from Salem. Mrs. Larson is a
sister of Mrs. A. W. Swanson.
Leslie Hawkins returned Tuesday
from Pendleton, where he had been for
Mrs. C. A. Smith arrived Tuesday
from Roseburg and is visiting at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
F. W. Hawkins.
Mrs. W. S. Shearer returned Tuesday
from Toledo, where her husband is em
ployed on a new sawmill. Mrs. Shearer
will return to Toledo and they will
make their home there for the present.
Mrs. Al. Montieth went to Eugene
Wednesday to visit her mother, Mrs.
S. H. Plott, who is in
Ed. Tullar was in Eugene Frulay on
EMPLOYERS BANQUET EMPLOYES
The banquet and program which mer
chants o f the city arc to give their
employes » i l l be held at 6:30 next
Wednesday evening at Hotel Kartell.
The attendance is limited to employers
and employes and their married mates.
The employers will buy tickets for
The committee in
charge is M. L. Markin, chairman, J. T.
.Smitli, H. F. Wynne, U. M. Marksbury
and W. J. White.
P L U M B IN G
R E P A IR IN G
done ou short notice. Shop rear
First National hank, opposite
Lee Roy Woods Jr. Gets Advance.
Lee Roy Woods Jr., of Corvallis, re
cently ordered to Fort Sill, Ok la., to
attend military school, has rec<;ivt»d no
tico of his promotion to a first lieu
tynancy, to date from Novembi;r 1. Ho
was commissioned as a second lieuten
ant in October. He will attend school
six months and expects to bo assigned
to duty at the end of that time.
Spanish W ar Veteran Dies.
Lewis Noel, of Comstock, Spanish
war veteran, «lied Sunday at Comstock
as tho result of a chronic disease con
traded during tho war. Th«* funeral
was held Tuesday in Eugene. I£e was
43 years of age and leaves a wife and
a three-year old daughter.
Military Company Is Pull.
The popularity of the newly organ
ized military company is attested by
the fact that it is now organized to
maximum strength with 77 men and
three officers. Those who now wish
to join are placed ou the waiting list,
first come first served.
Methodists Meet Here.
A group convention of the Meth
odist churches of Cottage Grove, Cres-
weil, Coburg and Loran«* was held hero
Tuesday evening, being pr«’<*«’ded by a
6 o ’clock luncheon. Tho address was
deliver'd by Dr. Walters, of the First
Methodist church of Eugene.
Many Attend Chicken Dinner.
About 200 attended th«; chick«*n din
ner given Wednesiiay evening in the
rest room by the Mothers’ club. The
receipts go for tho support o f th«» r«*st
room, which has become a popular in
stitution. Th<* number who volunteered
to help serve was to«4 small for th<*
crowd, which was much larger than
Single comb White Leghorn baby chix
for March aud April all sold. Book
ing order* now for May, $15 per 100;
from selected h«*avy pro«lu«»ing birds;
eggs for hatching, $1 for 15, $5 the
LOO. Mrs. Waldo Miller, Box 176, «>r
Work Wanted—Any kind of work is
desired by two ladies. Phone 20 F4 p
Tickled Is He
who has a puncture and finds
that he has another easing and
tube all fixed up by us ready
to take the plaec o f the dam
Chits should never be allowed
to go this wet weather. Water
and mud get into them and
soon the fabric or cord is gone,
requiring a large expense to be
put into condition again.
The longer you wait to spend
your money for having a eut
fixed, the more you spend when
you do have it fixed.
The sooner you have a cut
or bruise fixed, the less we get.
Cottage Grove Vulcanizing Works
G. M. M A R K S B U R Y B U Y S
IN T O R O SE B U R G B U S IN E S S
Roseburg, Or«“., Jan. 31.— Burchard’s
Square store was sold today to a firm
composed of (J. M. Marksbury, of Cot
tage drove, Mrs. Rudolph Harness and
Mrs. Frank Heliiwell, of this city. Mr.
Marksbury is associated with the com
pany of Heliiwell, Bangs & Marksbury,
of Cottage drove, and is one of the
leading merchants of that city. Mrs.
Rudolph Harness hits been associated
with the dry goods busiaess iu this
city for u number o f yeurs and until
recently hud been employed at the
pie’s Supply store, and was formerly
wife of Frank Heliiwell, o f the Peo
ple’s Supply store and was formerly
in business in Cottage drove. Mrs.
Harness and Mrs. Heliiwell will be in
charge of the popular store here, as
Mr. Marksbury will spend most of his
time in Cottage drove, where his
other interests demand his attention.
There will be no radical changes in
the business, which will be conducted
in the same satisfactory munuur as at
present. The Mquuro store is one of
the most popular Indies’ apparel stores
in the county.
Filipino Speaks Here.
Cunato IJdnsco, a
native of the
Philippines, gnve an interesting talk
Sunday evening at the Christian church
on conditions in his native land.
Among other things, he stated that
those of his country who have visited
Batteriea need careful attention America have come to a realisation
Mr. an«l Mr*. Charles Jones were up this kind of weather. It coats you that they should not be granted their
from Eugene Tuesday, remaining over
independence until better educated nud
for th«» session of the T«ngl*»foot club. | nothing to have ua look yours until they have accepted Christianity.
G. M. Marksbury was in Rom»burg
this week on business.
ing attention, you 'll be money
No matter what you want, never
Dedication dance at Armory ahead by knowing the trouble. give up until you have used a Hcntinel
f3c Spray, Long A Cruson.
TH IS ISN T A P IC T U R E
FROM B U N Y A N S
P IL G R IM S PR O G R ESS—
it is a representation o f the
load from which the housewife
is relieved when she turns her
laundry troubles over to us, to
be handled by our machinery,
which turns the clothes out
whiter and cleaner than any
process o f rubbing can do them.
Husbands who wish their wives
to retain their youthful beauty
and the exuberant spirit which
permits their getting full en
joyment out o f life, should in
sist that the old tub be dou<
away with and that our wagon
make regular weekly expedi
lions to their homes.
COTTAGE GROVE LAUNDRY
Dry Cleaning, Preaaing, Repair
ing Are Also Our Specialties