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would take immediate advantage of
such a law.
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Important changes in the tax
laws are proposed uy house bill No.
4b, by Beals. Dales of semi annual
payments would be changed from
the fifth of April to the first of
June and from the fifth of October
to the first of December. A dis
count of 2 per cent upon the second
half would De allowed for payment
in full >a the first of June.
half million dollars for a hundred
thousand dollars worth of court
houses. Mr. Ezell explains that he
wishes to protect other counties of
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the state from the kind of a mess
that Klamath county got into. As
ered * has been done for the upper house
his district comprises about a third
Mrs. Jones States she gufi
of the stato, it is right and meet
From Colds, Rheumatism ___
that ho should look after the inter
Stomach Trouble—Tanlac Over I not become saints it will not be for
in Internal Medicine for the
of the entire state.
Ours is a stalwart home bank, affording positive protec
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literary gems by the chaplain.
past eleven years
for your money, manned by men who are known to
“Tanlac helped me so much two
DOES NOT OPERATE
the community, offering banking facilities of the highest
plete without one—has not yet
State Capitol, Salem, Ore., Jau.
years ago that I wouldu’t think of
broken, although tho complexion of
type and service that is prompted by a personal interest
taking anything else when 1 don’t 15.—The machinery of state refuses
Will be at
Men and women applicants for the lobby indicates that one is mom
feel right,’’ said Mrs. Jennie Jones, to move but fitfully. As a visitor
in your welfare, the kind that has characterized this
618 E. Pico St., Los Angeles, Cal.,
institution vividly in the minds of the local public as—
as she purchased a bottle of the
Bank That Helps the Man Who Helps Himself.
medicine at the Owl Drug Store re
and is fretting that the display of bill introduced in the legislature by destines. Had about 250 more vot
Office hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. ‘ ‘ Indigestion kept me in misery pyrotechnics is being delayed. The Mrs. C. B. Simmons, representative ers changed their ballots from Ol-
several years. It was so bad I two houses held few-minute sessions from Multnomah county. Failure to coll to Hall the chances are that
forenoon and afternoon, and pass this examination would pre the administration would be back
ONLY couldn’t eat meat or anything sour, both
and gas on my stomach after eating this despite the fact that there had clude the issuance of a marriage li of the Hall idea of consolidation,
simply awful. On top of that not been a session since Thursday cense unless one or both parties sub introduced by Senator Hall, instead
No Charge for Consultation I was
had neuralgia all on one side of noon. The lobby can not understand mitted to sterilization. The bill of now being back of a different
of consolidation coming from
Dr. Mellenthin is a regular my faee and I was fearfully ner that these few-minute sessions are would require the mentality of at idea
I was so run-down I took cold required in which to get bills in least a 12-year-old child to permit the executive offices.
graduate in medicine and sur vous.
easily and had a terrible time all troduced or to have them read and the granting of a certificate.
gery and is licensed by the state winter.
seferred to committees. The consti
Charles H. Fisher, regent of the
of Oregon. He visits profession “I started taking Tanlac when I tution requires that bills bo read Thu anti-saloon league and W. C. university, was iu the lobby yester
ally the more important towns read about it in the paper. In a only once during one day, except T. U. bill, requiring the forfeiture day. Ho seemed to bo satisfied
time I could eat anything by a suspension of the rules, and it of boats, vehicles and other convey to remain on the edge of the tur
and cities and offers to all who short
without any trouble afterwards. The usually takes several days for any ances used in thu illegal transporta moil, instead of asking for the
call on this trip free consulta neuialgia
left me, too, and I gained important measure to get back from tion of liquor was introduced this courtesies of thu house. He was as
tion, except the expense of weight. I think Tanlac is just a committee. The lobby, which frets afternoon by the Clackamas county loquacious as tho lamed sphinx iu
at lack of action, often is responsi delegation. The provisiuns conform saying what he was here for, and
splendid. ’ ’
¿reatment when desired.
for delay in committee, for ev to tue federal regulations covering would advance no further that that
Asceording to his method of Tanlac is for sale by all good ble
ery committee gives a hearing to tho same subject.
he dropped off while on his way to
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treatment he does not operate Over 35 million bottles sold. jl9 any reputable person or organiza
Potrland, which is said to bo situat
for chronic appendicitis, gall
representative ed about 50 miles north of hero.
tion, and while the lobby frets the
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legislators sweat over the committee from Multnomah, presents the un-
stones, ulcerB of stomach, ton
work that means action a few days usual spectacle of a woman who be-
Representative Herbert Gurdon, is
sils or adenoids.
lieves in a few words, not that she enjoying a real vacation. Fur two
Try our milk producer and get more milk—Scratch and
He has to his credit wonder
House and senate have each can’t use them should occasion re sessiuns, as chairman of the ways
egg producer and get more eggs.
Because It’s for One Thing Only,
ful results in diseases of the
passed but two bills, although sev quire, but she believes that tilo and means committee, he was the
and Cottage Grove People
stomach, liver, bowels, blood,
Cracked and ground corn, per hundred................ $2.00
course through the hopper and have idea ihe better chance the idea has the second Monday of the session
skin, nerves, heart, kidney,
Mill run, 80 pounds for.................................................. $1.50
bladder, bed wetting, catarrh, Nothing can be good for every There will be action enough for joint autnor with nine male mem get a bill that had been referred to
weak lungs, rheumatism, sci Doing ore thing well brings suc all and to suit all is the prediction bers of the anti-moonshiner bill ot his committee, the first piece of
of those who know of the dynamite voluminous proportions.
She in legislation that has been sent to
atica, leg ulcers and rectal ail cess.
25 bars of White Laundry soap for............................. $1.00
Doan’s Kidney Pills are for one hidden in legislation already pro formed her colleagues, who wrote his committee during the session.
Sun Maid raisins, per package................
posed or about to be proposed.
tne bill, that the several hundred He seemed pleased to at least have
If you have been ailing for thing only.
Camel dates, per package.................................................. 15c
weak or disordered kidneys.
any length of time and do not For
6 cans White Lily tomatoes for.................................... $1.00
is Cottage Grove evidence certain to cause a flow of oratory oi two and express the idea just he has not been an inactive mem
are the proposed income tax law, a us well. There is reference in the ber. He could not be that.
get better, do not fail to call, to Here
7 cans sugar corn for.............
prove their worth.
as improper measures rather Mrs. C. J. Leum, 725 8. Second proposed rise in the gasoline tax, uiU to still worms, the kind used
President Kerr, of the agricultural
proposed severance tax and sev in making moonshine.
than disease are very often the St., says: “I consider Doan’s Kid the
3 pounds small white beans for........................................ 25c
eral proposed changes in road laws, never before heard of still worms college, was a visitor Monday for
cause of your long standing
Salmon per can...........................................................
complaint as I have used them at not to mention the consolidation and with a woman’s curiosity asked a brief period. He was in con
different times when my kidneys measures, when the job holders, the her colleagues to show her one in ference with several members 'in
Remember above date, that were out of order und when I felt and the political pap-suckers will that inactive condition. Her cur there was any legislation which
consultation on this trip will be run down. My kidneys acted irreg be denounced in stentorial tones iosity has not yet
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might be of interest to him. He
too, but Doan ’s Kidney Pills
free and that his treatment is ularly,
Linn W. Nesmith, of Eugene, is probably wished to rnuke stronger
purchased at the New Era Drug
(Corner Sixth and Washington)
Store always gave me relief from valleys and across the sagebrush helping to preserve the decorum and the invitation to be extended to
of the state. The stentorian dignity of the senate, holding dowu the legislature to visit the college. I
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Married women must be ac these attacks and benefited ine in prairies
companied by their husbands. every
A proposal to provide for a lieu
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don’t the wails of those about to undergo at aiuu of tint » august
tenant governor always has caused
Address: 336 Boston Block, simply ask for a kidney remedy—get the major operations that will sepa
state pay roll.
Sherman Milos, of Columbia something of a fuss. Such a pro
j!2-19-26 Doan ’s Kidney Pill»—the same that rate them from • the
county, despite his name, makes no posal made by Representative Blow
Mrs. Leum had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
If the stato lawmakers take any claim to being a long distance legis er caused no commotion but in
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
money away from the institutions lator. He keeps his ear close to some unaccountable manner the res
of higher learning it is quite certain everything that is going on and is olution disappeared from the desk.
DR A. W. KIME
that it will provide ways and iueaiiB much more than on speaking terms If anyone thought to get rid of
the resolution thus easily he was
Specialist in Obstetrics
whoreby the money taken may be with tho administration.
frustrated, for a duplicate soon was
Will care for confinements at his
replaced, as is evidenced by four
home if desired. Bpecial nurse if re
Governor Pierce’s son, the one prepared and Bent to the printer.
measures which will be introduced
quired. Phones: office, 34; res. 126J
in the house tomorrow by Repre who looks after Walter’s bald-
Representative Wheeler, of Lane,
sentative McMahon, of Marion. The tuced calves and instructs them in
H. W. TITUS, D. M D.
four bills propose that those who the dignified way ox drinking milk will be one of the authors of the
have been residents of the state for Ly h inl, is an interested spectator grange income tax bill which is ex
Modern equipment. First National SHORTHAND
more than a year shall be consid of thing« going on under tho big pected to make its appearance to
Bank building. Hours, 9 to 12 and
ered resident students and shall pay ucme uul in tLe executive chambers. morrow. Representative Bennett, of
1 to 6. Evenings and Sundays by
a tuition of $100 the year, while He is lore broad-shouldered than Coos, will be the joint author. Mr.
appointment. Office phone, 10; res
those who can not meet the qualifi his paternal sire, fully as modest, Wheeler was a member of the
idence phone, 158-Y.
cations of resident students shall and much more retiring, although grange committee which drafted tho
BOOKKEEPING pay the actual cost of their educa his size makes it difficult for huu bill
DR W. E. LEBOW
The proposed law practically is
tion, which shall be estimated in to play the part of tho receding
a copy of tho measure which the
Offiee Fifth and Main. Hours, 8:30 Ask for Our Free Catalog
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grange was prevented from hav
the several institutions. The law
to 12 and 1 to 5:30. Evenings and
Representative Bailey, of Laue, ing upon the ballot at the Novem
would become effective upon July
Bundays by appointment. Phones:
office 35, residence 134-Y.
1 of this year.
can enjoy himself upon any occasion ber election. Briefly its provisions
The president of each institution when there is the least oppqrtunity are as follows:
Unmarried persons shall have an
DR. O. E. FROST
—<—l-l be permitted to use his dis for enjoyment. He gets a great
exemption of $1500 and married
Office in Lawson builring
A. E. ROBERTS, President students, payable in such amounts me of the letter he wrote me when persons as exemption of $2500
and at such times as would work I was a candidate for reading ciurk. $400 for each dependent.
The first $1000 above exemptions
no hurdship upon the pupil earuing That letter was a most clover one
all or part of his way through one to have been written by a democrat. shall pay a tax of 1 per cent, the
GA VEN O. DYOTT, M. D.
of the institutions.
II could hardly have been greatly next thousand dollars a tax of 2
Physician and Burgeon
The report of the budget commit improved upon even had it been per cent, the next thousand a tax
X-ray work in all its branches. Eve
JEV BoB,led tee, which recommends a severe lop written by a republican. It reau as of 3 per cent and so on up to
niugs by appointment.
$10,000. The next $5000 is to be
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Carrier ping off of funds for the institu follows:
Cottago Grove, Oregon
tions of higher learning has been
‘ ‘ It must take a great deal of taxed 11 per cent, the next $5000
severely criticized by many mem courage for one who, through the 13 per cent, the next $10,000 13 per
DR. H. A. HAGEN
bers as a document hastily gotten columns of nis newspaper and per cent, tho next $20,000 14 per cent
together without due consideration, sonally, has denounced and casti and all above $50,000 shall bo taxed
Osteopathy, Chiropractic, Massage
You don’t have to wait.
although there are many who ser gated all things democratic und 15 per cent. Forms of income ex
empt under federal laws shall bo
You don’t have to grind and grind
Phone 30. Ostrander Building,
be practiced in some departments himself as highly unfavorable to exempt under the state law except
630^ Main Street, Cottage Grove
the starter, and wear out your
Phone 27. After the garage of
the institutions without interfer any democratic candidate for office,
closes, phone residence, 118L ing with their proper functioning. to seek the endorsement of a demo
DR W. M. HAMILTON
These proposed laws are almost crat for a public position.
CALL FOR BIDS FOR WOOD.
Use ’’Red Crown” quick-starting
identical with suggestions , made ed
“Well do I remember the gentle
Chronic cases a specialty. Office
itorially by The Sentinel several but none the less firm rebuff my
motor fuel for winter driving, ana
The board of directors of School
over Darby hardware. Residence at fÖN TIME S OUR MOTTO
budding political aspirations met at District No. 45, Cottage Grove city
you can keep your car on the road
212 South Pacific Highway.
your hands in Cottage Grove that schools, will receive sealed bids for
I AND "FAIR PLAY -
in cold weather with as little troub
Representative Wheeler is confin- day when I called upon you with 152 cords four foot wood, 60 tiers
J. F. SPRAT
flHUTS HOW WE MAKE THE ing his energies to date to educa- the hopes of landing your support 16-inch wood and 20 tiers 24-incb
le as in summer.
Beal Estate, Insurance and
BU5INESSjàYz—X J tional legislation and has a strat for my candidacy and you advised wood, all to be sound old growth fir
"Red Crown” veporires readily at
egic position upon that committee. me that I eould expect no mercy cut from growing timber, to be cut
LC The righting of affairs of Bchool at your hands, or words to that and delivered > as per specifications
405 Main Street
zero temperatures, and yields
districts in Lane county, especially effect.
on file with district clerk. Said bids
100% power at the first jump of
rural high school districts, is the
“However, the highly partisan to be filed with clerk on or before
HERBERT W. LOMBARD
object of two bills which he hurtled blood of democracy does not course January 22, 1923.
Attorney at Ii*
into the hopper today. No. 61 pro so strongly through my veins as
C. E. UMPHREY, Chairman.
First National Hank Building
Use ’’Red Crown” exclusively, and
vides new methods for changing the that of republicanism does through Attest: Worth Harvey, Clerk. jl2-19
Cottage Grove, Ore.
boundaries of high school districts, yours and I am glad to be able to
you’ll get a speedy start, a prompt
while No. 62 would provide for a state that I will support you for
DR ROT SMITH
pick-up and 100% power, no mat
county high school tax. It is a pro the office of reading clerk of the NOTICE OF MENT.
ter how cold it gets.
Phones 1114 and 915
high school law and provides for am support! lg you for two reasons:
In the matter of the estate of
146 Park Street, Eugene, Oregon
Fill at the Red Crown
support of all high schools by a first I have heard from several James Matthews, deceased.
county tax, instead of by the pres- sources that as a rending clerk you
Notice is hereby given that tho
MRS. F. 3. taAnvn, 8. T.
service stations, garages
’ ent method of each district finatic- are a ‘ringed tailed snorter’ and undersigned has filed his final ac
' ing itself. Many
districts of can not be equalled in the state of count as administrator of the estate
All diseases can be relieved by sug-
the state, especially in Lane county, Oregon, second, because I think you of James Matthews, deceased, with
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
gestotherapy. Magnetic healing, elec-
the County Clerk of I.ane County,
can not exist under the present law. a d—d good follow and I like you Oregon,
and an order has been made
trie massage and thermorays used.
even if you arc a republican. ’’
and entered of record directing this
These treatments speak for them
notice and setting the 22d day of
selves. Phone 180-L. Office in res.
amount to begin with $60 the pupil nor myself were present when the January, 1923, at the hour of 10
’clock in the forenoon for tho
NATHAN 8. LEE
the imiuber of pupils in the dis was trying to support himself walk hearing of objections, if any, to
Attorney at Law
ing ties that bridged the boiling said final account and for the final
Taylor Building, Corner Main and
of said estate.
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torrent of the Bantiam at Jefferson, settlement
Dated thia 19th day of December,
Seventh, Cottage Grove, Oregon
The annexation by an easy meth while I was doing my best to ar 1922.
od of property contiguous to cities rive over the Southern Pacific
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Dre*xmaking and Designing
and towns is provided in house bill west side road.
Administrator of the estate of
all work guaranteed
No. 65. By the provisions of this
James Matthews, deceased.
riuge contract existing between the
MRS. PET SANtORD
The owner of a single parcel of land
Representative Bennett, of Coos, Herbert W. Lombard,
plaintiff and tho defendant, and for
Attorney for estate.
would be annexed to a city or town does not aspire to be the bell wea
205 Adams Avenue
In the Circuit Court of tho State such other and further relief as to
upon petition of all the electors ther of the flock, in fact ther« are
Phone 134 R, Cottage Grove, Oregon |
of Oregon for Lane County.
the Court may seem just and equit
living within the district affected. few sheep here, but he would like
Mtella Hake, Plaintiff, vs. Stan able.
ADMINISTRAT OR’ 8 NOTICE.
Agency Barclay Custom Made Corset I
The owner of a single parcel of land to have a bell placed in the lobby
ley Hake, Defendant.
This summons in published in The
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eould come into the eity and eould whieh the desk clerks eould use to
Notice is hereby given that the To Stanley Hake, Defendant:
Cottage Grove Sentinel, a news
i not be prevented from doing so be call the members into the house undersigned has been duly appoint
In the name of the State of Ore paper of general circulation, pub
I cause of the contrariness of some from the lobby and from committee ed by the County Court for Lane gon, you are hereby required to ap lished at Cottage Grove, Laae Coun
few residents of contiguous territory rooms. His resolution seems to be County, Oregon, administrator of pear and answer tho complaint of ty, Oregon, by and pursuant to an
| who might wish all the benefits of quietly sleeping in the resolutions the estate of Alexander Cooley, de the above named plaintiff, in the order made by Hon. G. F. Skip
being close to a eity without paying committee and no method has been ceased. All persons having claims above entitled suit, in the above worth, Judge of the above entitled
any of the expenses of eity govern provided to awaken it from its against said estate are hereby re entitled Court and on file therein, Court, dated January 4th, 1923, once
ment. By thia method the bound slumbers.
3uired to present the same to me on or about the 17th day of Febnr each week for six successive and
aries of a eity might be made to
uly verified at Cottage Grove, ary, A. D. 1923, said date being six consecutive weeks, tho first publi
Piano Moving * Specialty
look like one of those cut up puzzles
A reminder of the famous court Oregon, within six months after weeks from the date of the first cation thereof being on tho 6th day
which are so popular with the kid house location fight in Klamath the date of this notice.
publication of thia »"inmons, and if of January, A. D. 1923, and the
Office in Spray Brick near
dies at Christmas time, but those county is found in house bill No.
you fail to answer, for want there last publication will be on the 16th
Dated January 5. 1923.
keep bounded on three side* by city prop 45, by Representative Ezell, of
of, the plaintiff will apply to the day of February, A. D. 1923.
S. P. Station. Telephone 99
erty might become ashamed of Central Oregon.
Administrator of the estate of Court for the relief demanded in
HERBERT W. LOMBARD,
It provides a
themselves, put their property in method for selecting court house
Alexander Cooley, deceased. plaintiff’s said complaint, which
, Attorney for plaintiff.
and straighten out the lines. The sites. The bill would not affect 3. E. YOUNG,
said relief is for a decree of the Residence and poatoffiea address:
Watch the label on your paper.
eity of Cottage Grove probably Klamath county, which has paid a
j»fa Court forever dissolving the mar Cottage Grove, Oregon.
Attorney for estate.
COMING TO EUGENE Says Winter Was
a Time of Dread
“Safety First” for Your Funds
Sincere and Helpful Service
Osburn Hotel Tuesday
First National Bank
(The Old Reliable)
Beidler’s Grocery and Feed Store
WHY IT SUCCEEDS
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Eugene Business College
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