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J US T IN TIME
Some Cottage Grove People May Walt
TUI It ’ h T oo Late.
“Ole and Inga Talk It Over”
NOTICE OF M AR SH AL’S SALE
Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of a Warrant and Order of sale
duly issued by order of tho Common
Council o f the City of Cottage Grove.
Oregon, which said order was dated
the 13tn day of February, 1922, I wai
directed to levy upon and sell the
property herein described for the col
lection of a street assessment in the
sum of $222.69 for the improvem«*nt
o f Ninth street, which assessment was
on the 20th day o f Dec., 1913, duly
made and entered in the Docket of
City Liens of said City on Page 61
thereof against the following described
property to wit, Lots No. 5 and 6 of
Block No. 10 o f J. H. McFarland’s
Addition to Cottage Grove, Lane
Now, therefore, in the name of the
City o f Cottage Grove and by virtue
of said Warrant and order or sale, I
will on the 24th «lav of March, 1922.
at the hour of 2 o ’clock p. m. of said
day in front of the City Hall in the
City of Cottag«* Grove, Lane County,
Oregon, off«*r for sale to the highest
and best bidder for cash, subject to
redemption, all the above d«*scribed
pro|s*rty, or so much thereof as may
be necessary to satisfy said lien, to
gether with tho interest thereon and'
tne costs and disbursements o f said
Given under my hand this 20th day
o f February, 1922.
6. B. PITCHER. Marshal
f24 m24 o f the City of Cottage Grove.
BY J. D. 8M ULL IN THE A L E X A N D R IA MINN.. POST NEWS
Don't wait until too luto.
Be mu re to be in time.
Just in time with kidney i I In.
OLE AND INOA ON THE PAPERS We women ain’t a g o in ' to have any
busted paper plants on our hands, and
Menus «uriug the backaehe, the di/.
we ain't goin ' to chip in to keep the
aiueHM, the uriunry disorder«.
‘ ‘ I ’m going to stop that paper," thing a-ruiiuin ’ until it does bust. Your
That ho often come with kidney
The affairs of this bank are
said Ole Hanson, as he threw down the 1 «wider paper is always talkin’ about
managed in a wife and conserv
local weekly and looked appealingly at the kept press. Well, the ouly kept
D o hii ' h Kidney PillH lire for thin his wife.
ative manner by well known
press I seen around here is your league
What's the matter, OleT Hus the papers. They don’t even try to graze
business men. Every banking
Here ih Cottage drove testimony of editor forgot to put in you was in for a liv in ’ but they expect you farm
facility is provided for and
town six times this week f " said his era to feed them oats ami corn the
every reasonable aeeommoda-
Mrs. Klin L. Wilson, 1236 A h I i Ave. wifi* Inga.
whole year 'round. Did you read Hans'
‘ ‘ 1 don't want him to put my name le tte r? " sai«l Inga, preparing to re
says: “ 1 gladly reeoniinend Doiiu
subject to check or on time.
Kidney Fills iih I know they lire a ia his paper. He's been bought up by tire.
Ole saw his wife was in no mood for
good remedy. My kidneys acted irreg ‘ big biz.’ H e ’s one of the kept press
A ll inquiries answered and
ularly and 1 felt run down. 1 knew ami I ain't going to pay him for tri«iing, so he did not follow up the
courteous treatment given to
abusing us farmers," and Ole set the argument, but said "H o Hans is com
my kidneys caused this trouble. Doan
those who may wish
toffee pol on the range.
ing home from Europe. Well, he’s seen
relieved me, Ht reiigthening iny back
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Hanson had been a lot of it and he can t«»11 us the truth
act business with us.
regular subscribers to the local weekly about this Bolshevik business."
Price title, at all dealers. Don't Him ever sin««* it was started. The editor
Ole turned out the light and got into
ply ask for a kidney remedy- get lino come to town as a young man, and bed, but he quickly got out and ex
Doan' h Kidney PillH— the same that by patient work had built up a modest claimed "W h a t in thunder yon got in
Mrs. Wilson had. Foster-Milburn Co., business and until the Non Partisan my bed, I 'd like to know? Do you
league sti-rted he had always had the expect a feller to sleep on a rock
SY ST E M
Buffalo N 'i
» 17-94 eonfideiiee
of the farmers.
p ile ? "
" I always thought you liked editor
Inga lit the light and looked at Ole
miio said lie was a pretty good feller. and smiled. " W e ll, Ole, 1 guess i t ’s
He ain't made ns much money ns you my fault this time. I hid them league
farmers. What he say about yo u ?" book* on free love and religion under
the inaltress and I forgot to take ’em
“ The Old Reliable”
"W h y , he says our leaders is social out. 1 guess it's pretty hard for you
Whereas, by Chapter 127, General
ists and Towuley is lending us into farmers to g«»t a good night's sleep in
Laws of Oregon for 1919, ground squir
making fools of ourselves. I ’m going that kind of comi>uiiy."
rels (commonly called gray diggers)
to stop the paper the first time 1 go
arc declared to be pests and all per
to tow n ," said Ole.
sons, firms, co-partnerships, corpora
"M a y b e editor tell the truth. Do
tions ami companies owning, leasing,
occupying, possessing or having charge
F. W JACOBS. PROPRIETOR
of, or dominion over, any land, place,
every time sermon don’t suit you? i f
Bait Pilous 21 f : i
building, structure, wharf, pier or dock
you stop paper then 1 take i f , " said
which is infested by said ground squir
rels or other noxious rodents or pred
"CJs farmers is a go in ’ to sturt a
(Special to The Sentinel.)
atory animals are required as soon as
paper o f our own so we can g«*t the
March 14.— Mrs. John Holstrom and th«* presence of such animals become
truth, and we are going to have an children, o f Marcola, visited several known to proceed at once in good faith
Opposite O. P. & K. Ry. Station
editor who won’t cull us 1 I. W. W.s. «lays the past week at the home of to exterminate or destroy such animals;
I ’d like to know what wr pay an ed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Kirk.
Now, therefore, all of such persons,
dor for, anyway, ’ ‘ remark« «I Ole reach
S. K. Busick returned to Koseburg firms, co-partnerships, corporations ana
owning or having dominion
"" " A
Friday, after a two weeks’ visit with
" I suppose next tini«* you eat too his daughters, Mrs. 0. M. MeLin and over land in Lane County, <>r«»gon, are
hereby required to take steps to exter
much dinner and you say you g«»t the Mrs. Joe Smith.
minate said animals within thirty days
PIANO MOVINO A SPECIALTY
rhciinmtism and call doctor you want
Mrs. Carl Volga more and children, from the date of the first publication
WOOD SOLD AN D DELIVERED
him to give you rheumatism for stoia 'o f Mnrcola, spent the week end at tin* of this notice. I f such steps are not
uch ache? You want doctor to say home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. taken, the undersigned County A gri
Offico In Spray Brick
Highest market prices paid for
what you think, not what he knows," Charles Teeters.
cultural Agent w ill' enter upon said
Naur S. P. Depot
Mrs. Alt Burnette, of th«* Grove, lands and proeeed to exterminate said
scrap cast, iron ami brass
You are always twisting things came out Thursday for a visit at the animals and the cost of said exter
mination will be levied against said
around, Inga. These her«* country' «*«1 Warren K«*lly' home.
dors are bought up by * big b iz’ and
Miss A run VaiiHchoiack visited Sat lands.
The County Agricultural Agent lias
NOTICE OP P IN A L SETTLEMENT l licy’re a fighting our league, mid we urday with her sister, Mrs. Walter
Frank J. Carrigan, Proprietor
designated April 3rd as a day to be
a in ’t agoin g to stand for i t , " said i Watson, in Eugene.
known as "Poison D a y " throughout
Notice is her eby given that the mi Olt* with emphasis.
Charles Teeters and family visited the said county, and it is hereby re«*
dersigned administratrix of the estate
" I never seen a country editor who I relatives in th«* (¿rove Sunday,
oinmended that poisoned barley, as pro
of Jume tinuleV, deceased, has filed
her ueeount for the final settlement looked as if h<* had any ‘ big biz ’ i Chauneey and Ourthbert Crites mo- pared by the undersign«‘d, be used for
th«* purpose of such extermination.
of said eH*nte in the County Court o f moucy. Most of 'em look as if sub- tored to Eugene Saturday.
flu* State ut Oregon lor Lane County, scribers was slow pay. 1 rat her be
Chalise Ward returned to bis work Such poisoned barley may be secured
the undersigned at his office in
and that Tuesday, tin* l l t h day of lieve country editor who liv< * among us at Curtin Sunday, after sen d in g
Eugene, Lane County, Oregon, at the
April, 1922, at the hour of II o'clock all Ins lif«* amt have property here | few days at home,
a. in. id' said day, at the Court Room than some feller who is working for I Earl VanValin spent Satunlny night approximate cost of preparation.
Date o f first publi«*ation of this no
of said Court h i Kugene, Lane County.
tice March 17, 1922.
Oregon, has been by said Cnurt fixed \«»ur leagii«* lor what money In* can with friends in th«* Grove.
(.Signed) IRA P. W H ITN E Y ,
as the time and | dii ce of hearing ob g«*t out of i t , " said Inga. "H o w much! Rev. W. J. I^arge preached Sunday
n il7 31
County Agricultural Agent.
morning at the church.
jeetions thereto and tor the final set y «ui put li new pap«*r. Oh*?"
r«* sidling stock in our
t lenient of t he said estate, by order
Lair Riley went to the Charles Hears
made and entered of rneord the 7th new pap4*r, and 1 guess my share w ill , home Tuesday, after visiting a few
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
day ot Mar<*b, 1922.
In* about $199. W e’r«* going to raise | days at the »S. O. VaiiHchoiack home.
KLLKN W. GO! LEV,
said Ole with some pride.
Mrs. C. 1). VunValin visited Tuesday
of the Interior, U. 8.
11. J. »SHINN,
‘ $199 pay for old pnpor for 50 of last week with Mrs. H. E. Prince, Land O ffice at Koseburg, Oregon, Feb
— why go any further when
Attorney for Estate.
in 10a 7
years, and $19,999 more than all th«* o f the Grove.
ruary 8, 1922,
are so conveniently lo-
school lious«*s in th«» district cost. That
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kelly and baby
Kead the editorials. You may not much build a fine ehurch. If township spent Sunday at the Isaac Land home. M. K msel, of Dorena, Oregon, who on
May 14, 1929. made homestead entry
|*«*nd that much on chiindi or school
agree with hem, but they arc likely to
serial No. 912685 for th«* N l/ j of 8W %
make you think, mid that ’s worth honse you fellers would k ic k ," re-
tf iimrk«*d Inga.
ship 21 H., Range 2 W., Willamette
‘ When we g*»t in power and Town
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Meridian, has filed notice o f intention
ley g«*ts i chance to fix our laws the
March 14.— Charley Price, of Mabel, to make final three year proof to es
way lie did in North Dakota w e ’ll g«*t came Wednesday to visit Arthur and tablish claim to the land above de Corner of Pacific Highway and
t all back,’ * said Ole.
Oral »Sallee. It has been ten years scribed, before E. O. Imrnel, U. 8.
West Main St., Near the Bridge
‘ ‘ How much you pay new editor? ’ ’ since Mr. Price visited at Star. He Commissioner, «it his office ut Eugene,
Oregon, on the 22nd day of March,
DR C E. FR08T
served three years in the navy, being 1922.
" 1 think the organizer said we stationed in the Philippines, northern
O f fie
U Lawson huilring
Claimant names as witnesses: Glen
would pay him about $59 a week, ’ ’ China and Siberia.
Scott, o f Dorena, Oregon; W. W. Chris-
Mr. and Mrs. I«ee Tennis and Mr. man, o f Dorena, Oregon; Mack Stew
" 1 guess if old editor got $50 a and Mrs. Pete Chalifoue were Cottage art, of Dorena, Oregon; Stanley Dame
w«»ek he think he was big -business. Grove visitors Friday.
wood, o f Dorena, Oregon,
OAVEN O DYOTT. M D.
W. H. CANON, Register.
Suppose tin* paper don’t make enough
Physician and Surgeon
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Monroe and two f 17ui 17
to pav. Who pay the bills?
iuquired sollH and Miss Mary Owen, of Eugene,
X ray work m all its branches. Eve
mugs by appointment.
visited Sunday at the home o f Miss
“ Oh, I h ii |)| mmu - we m ay have to help j Mttry >„ moth.-r, Mrs. I.illie Owen.
Cottage Grove, Oregon
mi to gel it started, but us farm
Velma Sallee is employed at th«*
In the Circuit Court of the Stute of
can afford it. W«> will niak«* it up Cottage hotel.
Oregon, for Line County.
J. E. YOUNG
when we g«*t what Wall atreet has been
Pearl B. Reynolds, Plaintiff, vs.
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Pitcher Sr., of
Attorney at Law
robbing us o f , " ventured Ole.
Do re n a, visited Sunday at the horn«* of Henry B. Reynolds, Defendant.
Of fie rear of First National bank
To Henry B. Reynolds, Defendant:
So because old editor try to keep their son Miles.
Cottine Grove, Ongoa
In the Name of the State of Oregon:
vo farmers from letting them social
Miss G. Miller, o f Cottage Grove,
You are hereby required to appear
“ I f I Could Speak Person
ists lead you around, you are going to visited Sunday and
answer the complaint filed against
H. J. SHINN
hire a city feller to come out and print friends at »Star.
ally to Everyone W ho Has
you in the above entitled suit, on or
Attorney at Law mid
a lot of stuff some other city fellers
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Pitcher Jr. and before the 24th day of March, 1922,
St. Paul write u p ," said Inga.
Mr. and Mrs. Oral Sallee, o f Star, said dat«i being more than six weeks
Trouble I W ould Tell Them
Practices in all court m . Twenty five
[‘ There you are abusing our league were Cottage Grove visitors Saturday. from tlu* date of the order providing
years of experience
to Take Tanlac,” Declares
again. I guess us farmers is it ruiiuin’
Misses Ruby and Mab«»l Lee, Velma for publication hereof, and if you fail
Cottage Grove, Ore.
league, and if the editors don’t Sallee, Florence Lund, Harry Crum«» to so upp<*ur uud answer, said plaintiff
Seattle Citizen. Own Health+
suit us we will fire ’em mighty quick. and Johnnie Cole, o f Cottage Grove,
>f course Town ley has writers to tell visited at the J. T. Sallee home Sun summons is published pursuant to an
Attorney lit i « hw
iur aide of the business,’ * said Ole.
order o f Hon. G. F. Hkipworth, Judge
ollectious, Probate, Notary Public
“ I f 1 could speak to everybody
"O le lianson, you is pretty good
Earl Neal purchased a Ford ear the of said court, filed in said cause on
774 Willamette Ht., Eugene, < >re.
business head on everything but league first o f the week.
January 31, 1922, and requiring the pcrsonlaly who haa rheumatism
summons herein to be served by pub ami .stomach trouble I would tell
and 1 guess Towuley he sure got you
H. W. TITUS, D. M. D.
lishing the same once each week for a
on that. You say ‘ lug b iz’ buy coun
period o f six weeks in tho Cottage them to take Tanlac, for 1 have
try editor. Well, Towuley he’s »uiarter
Modern euuipmeut. First National
Grove Sentinel, a newspaper printed tried it myself and have never
than ‘ big biz.’ liist«*ud of payin’
Hank building. Hours, 9 to 12 and
and published at Cottage Grove, l«tiiie found anything like it,” said
country editor he make the farmers
March 14.— Mrs. Jo«» Hchneider visit ( ’«»uiity, Oregon.
1 to ti. Evenings ami Sundays by
buy the whole printer establishment ed at the W. D. Heath home Thurs«iay
Date of first publi«*ution, February Herman Hoctsch, 1421 West Six
and then pay for riiiiiiin' it and he afternoon.
ty-first St., Seattle, Wash., well-
FRED E. SMITH,
J. S. MEDLEY
Mrs. George Granger, of Pendleton,
known landscape gardener.
Attorney at I«ttw
arrived last week at the home o f h«*r
“ 1 hardly ever have even a
Inga poured another cup of coffee.
brother, C. W. Sears, called here by feb3mchl7
Eugene Loan & Savings Hank Bldg.
" W e will fix that town editor for th«» serious illness of another brother,
twinge of rheumatism now, al
callin’ us I. W. W.s and socialists. We Loyis Bears, who is at present slightly
though this (rouble had made my
will niak«» (hem merchants udvertiae in improved. Mrs. C. W. Sears, who has NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF
DR W. M HAMILTON
life miserable for many years be
our pnp«*r or we won’t trad«* with also been quite s? k during the past
’e m ," said Ole.
Chronic eases a specialty. Office
Notice is hereby given that pursu fore 1 was fortunate enough to
two weeks, is improving.
" I thought you believed in a free
over Darby hard ware. Residence at
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schneider ami Mis* ant to u resolution of the board of di find Tanlac and get relief.
212 South Pacific Highway.
press," said Inga. " Y o u want to put Beruadine Schneider motored to Drain rectors of the Drain Water Company,
“ More than that, it has put my
a special meeting of the Stockholders
old editor out because h«* have opinion Sunday and visit«»d with relative*.
of said corporation is called and will stomach in such good order that
DR. A. W. KIME
of his own and you want to club store
Mrs. I«awrence Brumfield, o f Marsh
Specialist in Obstetrics
keeper because he won’t advertise. field, came up Moiulay o f last week to be held at the Bank of Cottage Grove, 1 am getting more enjoyment out
at Cottage Grove, Oregon» at 3:00
Snp|H»se they do what you want and 1 care for her mother, Mrs. C. W. Bears. o
W ill cure for confinements at his
’clock p. in., on the 28th day of of my meals than in years. In
home if desired. Special nurse if re
then you change your mind? I suppose Mrs. Brumfield was nccompn nied by March, 1922, and that said meeting is fact, 1 am feeling fine in every
<1 in red. Phones: office, 34; res. 126.1
they got to change too or you club 'em j h«*r brother, Brison Hears, who had called for the purpose o f acting upon
again. I guess storekeeper had better been at Marshfield for several months. a proposal to sell and dispose of all way.
MRS. F. J ALSTOTT
Tanlac is sold by all good
th«* property of th«» Drain Water Com
advertise Where In* please and you buy
J. W. Fisher, of Curtin, visited last l»any.
Suggestive Therapeut ies
for the purpose of winding up druggists.
where you buy cheapest," responded w«»ek at the W. D* Heath home.
the business of said corporation, pay
Why keep your pniiisf Both chronic
Mr. and Mrs. George I^ayng, Wil
mid acute ailments treated
" D o you suppose w e’re a g o in ’ to Ham Heath, Walter Do wens and Ralph its debts and liabilities, and to pro
vide for a dissolution of the company,
N O T IC I FOB PUBLICATION.
Phone 139 L
Cottage Grove, Ore.
stand for being i*ull<‘d Bolsheviks and Henrs have been at th«» C. W. .Sears and to authorize and direct the board
I. W. W.s," said Ole.
o f directors and the officers of the
Dtpurtui.iit of the Interior, U. 8.
DR W. E. LEBOW
"E d ito r don't call you any such | assisting at night in the rare o f Mrs. «'orporation to sell and dispose o f all Ijiiid Office at Kuiielmrm Orinoli, Feb
o f the assets of said cori>oration and ruary 13, 1922.
thing. Your organizer and editor do I C. W. Sears nml Louis Hears.
to apply th«* proceeds of such sal«* noon
Notici) is hereby given that Jumea
Office Fifth and Main. Hours, 8:39
what boys call the baby act—editor
to 12 und 1 to 6:39. Evenings and
call leaders socialists and they pass j mer Chamberlain has been quite ill but th** payment of the debts and liabil W. Kibby, of Cottage Orove, Oregon,
ity * of the corporation and dissolve who, on February ift, 1921. limilo home
Sundays by appointment. Phones:
buck along to you farmers and you j is now improving,
the same and to transact any and all stead entry, serial No. OlstiMl, for the
office 36, residence 133 L.
take it. Why don't you t«*ll organizer*
.School at th«* Mount View school busiu«*ss incident thereto, or necessary
of HVV'A of Uectien 7, Township
and editors t«> tight their own battles. | house will not rename until Monday, and convenient for such purposes, and 22 8., Kunge 3 W., Willamette Menu
J. F. 8PRAY
You say big business buy country ed as manv are still unable to ntt«*nri.
to transact any and all business that mu. has filed notice of intention to
Real Estate, Insurance mid
it or. Towuley buy you farmers by
inane filial three year proof, to oatab
Mr. and Mrs. W. I). Heath and fum may come before such meeting.
N K GLASS. President.
lish claim to the land ubove described,
promising more money for crops," said ily and J. VV. Fisher spent. Sunday Attest:
Office in First National bunk build
S. H LASS W ELL, Secretary.
ml 7c before the Register and Receiver of
the United 8tatea 1 .and Office, at
ing; Sixth street entrance
"T h e re a in ’t nny use of arguin’ Walker.
Koseburg, Oregon, ou thu 2t)th day of
this thing W'ith women, Th«»y a in ’t
HERBERT W. LOMBARD
progressive like us m en," entered Ole. the Grove one day this week nml had usually the first to throw up his hands
Claimant names as witnesses: Joe
Attorney nt I i«r
A bee ne. of Cottage Urove, Oregon; B.
" W e are a little slow, Ole, but we four teeth extracted.
ui th«* face o f danger.
First National Hank Building
K. lanky, of Cottage Orove, Oregon;
Mr. and Mrs. Frank CrensoU, o f Cot
don’t believe in puttin’ money in news
• • •
Cottage Grove, Ore.
Oilihain, of Cottage
papers and hirin’ a city feller to tickle tag«* Grove, visited Sunday nt th«* C.
When on aviator falls his fame rises. Oregon; Jaek
io|>mau, of Cottage
our ears and feed us up on a lot of W. Hears home.
DR ROY SMITH
• • •
socialist stuff that right down in our
W. H. CANON,
It it were not for the knockers a
A blind msn has been elected mayor
Phones 1114 anil 916
trust the old editor who’s been giuug of zu Ohio town, and it is «aid fee will
146 Park Street, Eugene, Oregon
It pay. to read the wautads.
us the news since we was young folk«. not wink zt infract um« of th« If w.
Furniture Moving and
Hauling and Graying
First National Bank
Cottage Grove Iron and
Iron, Bronze and Brass
Castings of All Descriptions
IVIrs. Henry Mohl
A SHORT TIME
IF YOU ARE GOING TO
ANOTHER Y E A R -
Tune it u p ! Clean it u p ! Paint
it up I Let our shop make your
veteran look like a new ma
chine and run like one when
you wind it up for the Bra«
trip out into the spring sun
Have the work done now
while the shop is not jammed
and packed with rush work.
Y'ou will get a better jo b jusl
as eheap as you would if you
were to wait.
Some Dealers Will Tell You
that the Springfield brand of
is not satisfactory; but all we
ask is that you give them a
trial and if you are not satis
fied that you have saved motl
ey and have gotten as good
products as usual come and
kick to us.
Economy Feed Store
S H IP
US Y O U R L IV E
OR D R E S S E D
Poultry, Veal, Hogs
e pay market prices
daily. W rite for tags.
Blue Valley Produce Co.
4th & Oilsan Sts., Portland
Coming to Eugene
S P E C IA L IS T
in Internal Medicine for the
past eleven years
Does Not Operate
W IL L
Osburn Hotel, Wed., April 5
Office Hours: 10 a. in. to 4 p. in.
ONE DAY ONLY
No Charge for Consultation
Dr. Mellenthin is a régulai
graduate in medicine and surgery
and is licensed by the state of
Oregon. He visits professionally
the more important towns and
cities and offers to all who call
on this trip free consultation, ex
cept the expense of treatment
According to his method o>
treatment he does not operate foi
chronic appendicitis, gall stones
ulcers of stomach, tonsils or ad
He has to his credit wonderful
results in diseases of the stomach,
liver, bowels, blood, skin, nerves,
heart, kidney, bladder, bed wel
ting, catarrh, weak lungs, rhi it
mat ism, sciatica, leg ulcers ami
If you have been ailing for am
length of time and do not get am
better, do not fail to call, as ini
proper measures rather Until dis
ease are very often the cause ot
your long standing trouble.
Remember above date, th;n
consultation on this trip will be
free and that this treatment is
Married women must be uccom
panied by their husbands.
Address: 336 Boston Block.