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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1922)
for Spring’s Loveliest Frocks
You Can Make for Yourself
at 25c to 65c a Yard
Our Showing of Sheer W ash Fabrics Excels That
of Previous Seasons
Dresses by th<* yard? you ask.
we inrun is Ihr irint»liams art* so prelty
A very fine vanire of colors in permanent finish Swiss orirandie in
white, lavender, tea rose, peach, maize, modoo and nile. The qual
ity is the same that sold at $1.2”) last season; for sprint», 1922, the
priee will be, yd.—
lh<‘ simplest slyles will tin Ihoni justice
ami so they will hr very easily fash
stripes and plaids, priood at, yd.
25c to 65c
Beautiful Silk Stripe and Printed Voiles
Nn other fabric is lovelier for a frock for the warm days that will follow, than a fine
i|uuht'\ piloted or silk stripe voile, and out showing is the most varied it's been our
pleasure to offer. Beautiful color combinations: black and white or navy and white, black
or striped patterns, navy with white or red dots, brown with Mark designs, lavender, tea
rose, henna, etc., with floral or figured designs; also plain colored voiles, very reason
ably priced at ..........................................................................................................
40c to $1.00
Canton Crepes A re H ere— They A re the
D A IN T Y
will be used in many combinations for
Heavy and of a (dinging typo. Canton crepe
easily takes first place with women this
spring. It is seen in the highest types of
garments and rightly deserves the pedestal
upon which it has been placed. Shown in
hlaek, brown and navv at, vd................ $4.00
Shown in every wanted color blue, pink, white,
lavender, maize, etc., with figured and flowered
designs; also plain shades. Per yard
T A F F E T A FOR S P R IN G FR O C K S
for taffeta is much in favor among the
new “ ready inudes” that come in every day.
Navy and brown art* 11 it* foundation for all
sorts of clever combinations of bright
shades. You can buy a soft, lustrous qual
ity ;it, yd
“( ¡ro do I jondre,” anol her member of the taf
feta family, can he had in a good heavy qual-
itv of two-tom* color combinations at $3.00
Jap Crepes and Cretonne
Aristocrats of Spring Silks
W INDSO R OREPE FOR
W EAR, OOWf.S, ETC
dresses and aprons. The crepe is fast color
and we art' showing all the high colors 1 hat
will he in demand this spring; the yd
Cretonnes in new designs, yd
29c to 60c
Sheer flaxons, white grounds
printed in small check, blocked
and figured designs, vd
What could he more becoming or
practical for a summer dress?
27 inches wide, new colorings in
stripes and cheeks, yd
~Ttie D iu f/iijh l S to re Jo t Q u a lity a n d S e rv ic e
Good mixed fanning lands— Here you
can raise chicken*, pigs and cows,
vegetables of many kinds, wheat, flax,
« --------------------------------------------------------« oats, barley, rye, timothy, brome grass,
For Sale All grades dimension, rustic, red top, etc. Good roads, good schools
shipiap und finish, rough or surfaced, and churcnes all establuhcd. Soil the
at reasonable prices. Lummers Bros., \ » t v best. Come and see, or write or
phoM 13 f l
o!4tf phone A. F. Class, Ug- uia, Saak., no
tary public, lands and loans. flOiiir24p
Old ruga wanted.— Notinug less tiiau
two feet square accepted.
:optcd. Must be Farms Wanted We have clients want
ing small farms; some have cash,
lean and must be of material that
will absorb gasoline. Old underclothes, some city property to trade and sou»»
flannel garments ami the like pre have property els«1 when* to exchange
ferred. Cun not use old socks, ineKer for lame county homes. I f you are in
ized or hurd surf act* goods, or small
piece» of any kind. Wo want the best the market read our ads every day in
rags and pay the best price, be the Tin’ Oregonian under ‘ Farms tor Sal«-.
Kinney A. llyd<
tf They get results.
Realty Co., 693 Willamette St., Fugeii«*,
For Sale—Old body fir wood, $2 the
tier, inquire by mail, A. J. Stevens, Ore.
W A N T A D S
j:»n27 1 fc
For Sale Modem bungalow in attrac
live resilience section, corner Twelfth
Baby chicks nearly all sold. Only room
and Adams. Moderately priced. Cot
tor a few hundred in March and
April. B* asking orders now for May. tag«* Grove M fg. Co.
Woi. Bunds A Son, For Sale Furniture, iucludiug oeds,
Box til4, Cottage (»rove, lire.
spring.", chairs, couch and table, a
For S a le- Booking orders now for range, chickens and a young Holstein
limited number of White leghorn Jersey cow. K. S. Goff, 1433 west Main.
hatching eggs from old liens. Bullets Bo not call on Saturdays.
■ in - mi.- iuosiers have averaged 7U'/t Salesman Wanted. Wo want a real,
production during fall and wuiler.
live man on our sales fore«* for Cot
Stock kept up direct from Tailored tage Grove and vicinity.
pens. Price, $1 for 100; 6 0 c setting. tioi. ami chances for advai*ceni«*nt
K. A. Snauer, phone 2b F 12.
f3 m24p Innitea only by industry and willing
Single comb White .Leghorn baby chix ness to follow instructions. Call room
15, First National Bank building, Lti
for March and April all sold. Book
in 10 17c
ing orders now for May, $13.50 per 100; gene, Oregon.
from selectet! heavy producing birds; Taken Up— Four year-old red Jersey
• ■ggs lor hatching, $1 for 15, $5 the:
No car murks and no
1UU. Mrs. Waldo Miller, Box 17b, or brand*. Medium fin«* bell with narrow
phone 1 F12.
f3tfc leather strap around ii**ck. Owner may
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REPORT OF T IIE C O N D IT IO N OF TH E B A N K OF COTTAOE G R O V E AT
COTTAGE GROVE, IN T H E 8TA TE OF OREGON. A T T H E
CLOSE OF B U S IN E S S M AR CH 10, 1922
Loans and discounts--- ------- ----------------- —-------------— ------ — ----------- — -Jf 80,186.06
Overdrafts secured ami unsecured........ — ------- — .— ----- -------- —
U. N. Government securities owned....- .......... ........ - .......... — ----- ------ -
Other bunds, warrants and securities, including foreign government, A
state, muuit ipal, corporation, etc--- ------------------------------------------- -—
f urniture and fixtures--------------- ------- ------------ ---------------— ------ ------- ----
K i! a ni** ovvmd other than banking house......... ................. ..........
Cii>h on bund in vault ami due from banks, bankers and trust com
puní* designated and approve«! re-erve agents of this bank
Exchange* tor clearing house and items on other banks in the sum»* it
city or town as reporting bank ____ _ _______ __________ _____ _______
Total cash and due from banks......................................... $40,258.53
L IA B IL IT IE S
Capital stock paid in___ ______ _____ ____ ___ ____
Surplus fund___________________ ____________ .___
current expenses, mt**re-*! and taxes ______________
D E M A N D DEP08IT8, other than banks, subject to reserve:
in d i-idua! deposits subject to cheek, iiiclmling deposit* due the
Nat* of Oregon, comi V, f-itie* or other publie fund"
La-hier - eh»*cks of this bank outstanding payable on defilami.........
lofai ot demand deposits, other than bank deposits, subject to
reserve (3 preceding items;...... .........................................$76,414.19
I IM E A N D 8A V IN O H DEPOH1T8, subject to renar e and payable
on demand or subject to notice:
Time certificates of «ieposit outstanding
Ni vi h gs deposits, payable subject to notice
..*$167 J» 15.61
Htate of Oregon, County of l^aue, nn. I, 8. H. L'lsswell, cashier o f lb«* above
named bank, do *ol«mnly swear that the above staDmeut is true to the best of
m> knowledge and belief.
8. 8. LA 88 W E L L , Cashier.
Sub"« ribed and sworn to before on CORRECT Attest:
this J5th day of March, 1922.
N. E. OLAMH
O. O Yeatch, Notary Public
(M y aomnnssion expires 8«:pt 22, 1923)
W. L. HI BBEI.L.
have saint* by proving property and ; SK IF W O R T H W I L L SEEK
preeintion and asked him to allow his
R E E L E C T IO N TO BENCH name to be used again, and the judge,
Mosby creek road, box 512, Cottage
after dm* consideration, addressed a
Judge G. F. Skipvvorth has announced letter to tie* members thanking tliem
Grove p. o.
his i lit «»lit ion o f becoming a candidate lor their interest and announcing that
For Sale— Rhode Island ltcd netting
for r«* elect ion. Or March 1 tin* nidfi he would run.
eggs, 75c for 15.
Lloyd A m ies,!
mio 2lpt1 b«*rs of tin* Loue County liar associa
mirth Ninth street.
tion fires» ntcii him with a l«*ttcr ot up
A waiitod will rent your house.
Wood.— All kinds of wood ami stump
.«g» for sal«*. Frank Peoples, lsiraue J
inch 10-24 pd
I ni P. W’hitnev, count v agent, and
All ieri Swam, Mr. Whitney ’s assistant
in rodent control troni the federal <f*
partaient of agricultor«*, were here Sat
unlay and made arrangeineiits for a
meeting with the rodent control rum
mit tee of th«1 grange, which was held
For Sole- Barred Plymouth Rock cock »
IT ALWAYS PAYS TO
TRADE AT GRAY’S
ere), batibed from Mi . U, (!, Klen
anitli'.s eggs. \\ . \. Chapman, Curtin,
Ore., phone 12 F25.
in 10 17«*
Wanted Shingling, lathing, any kiud
ot roof repairing.
Phone 35 FI.*. I
Box 364. Roy Foster.
For Sale- Solid oak desk, roll top.
large size, good order; cannot be
duplicated new for less than $300.
Pro«*, $76; terms, inquire Sentiuel of
mli 101 f«*
Wanted Sewing. Have h;ut experience.
50 Washington avenue and Eighth
For Sale 1920 one ton Ford truck;
solid rear tires, good cab with com
biuation bed, 1922 ii<*«*ii."e; only $425.
Bert E«* iiioii , 300 Pacific highway, Cot
tag« Grove, Oregon.
For Sale Adjustable typewriter desk
chair in good condition. Kern’s Hex
Lost H alf of ivory perfume hall about
one half iih ’I i in diameter. Return to
Mrs. Ada Oakes.
You save time shopping ’round. N o one attempts to beat G ray’s prices
it can’t be done. Our prices are the same every day in the week,
based on low cost of doing business.
Armour’s, tall can
Borden’s, tall can, 2 for
« ’arualion, tall can, 2 for
Borden’s Logic brand, eon
Men, Widows, Girls, Bachelors
Marry and Be Happy
We put you in correspondence
with hundreds of refined ladies
and gentlemen, in Canada and
I S., who wish to marry or
Photos Free. Many are worth
$5,000, .$111,000 and upwards
Everything strictly confiden
tial We do not publish your
name or address. A year’s suit
scription with lull privileges
■$l lHi, or four months' trial for
¡Vie. Don’t send cash, only
Money Orders, or 2-eent Amer
ican stamps. If cheek, send 10
cents extra for exchange.
After this month, subscrip
tions will be $2 per year. Hush
with your name and ad
dres« for full particulars.
MRS FLORENCE BE LLAIR E
200 Montague Ht., Brooklyn, N . Y.
Whole corn, intis
’racked corn, 100s
Ground corn, Inns
l-'ish meal, 100s
Armour’s corn flakes, pkg
Grape Nuts, 2 pkgs
Shredded Wheal, 2 pkgs
Hohlen Hod pancake flour
Do not try to beat a newspaper. You
may want n ni«*e obituary notice some
Peanut brittle, III ..........
I ommerciul chocolates, lb
Stick, (> fm
Coeoanul Chews, ll>
Bulk sodas, Ih
Bulk graluuns, Ih
• I1 ..lh caddie
5 ll>s. grahams
Star, Horseshoe, Climax, Lilt
erty Bell, plug
Velvet, Prutee Albert, Tuxedo,
Leader, can or pouch
Limn While Soup, made by munii In etti reps of Prisco
Iowa sweet corti,
14c the can
25c 2 for
Silverdale ... 15c
titter, suini pack,
lb., 28c; 4 lbs., $1.00
•»he; bacon backs, lb
I lie «*gjç markel is declining.
Do not wash them it spoils them for stonine.
EGOS BY CASE
Armour’s best full Made ill Eugene;
i • ,
30c 1 i
IVaberry ('off«*«*, best grade
best com led bacon, eastern meal.
b burs for 20c
I.ring egj^'s m ollen.
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