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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1923)
We have a full line of tires and
N. J. Nelson sold a used Buick
8. L. Mackin has «carted con Ir
tubes. Our prices are right. Bradley roadster to P. E. Nelson and a used struction of a new bungalow at
[car to E. E. Thornton this week.
¡Second and Quincy. 8. L. Godard
The pastor aud members of the
Members of the Past Noble has the contract.
Free Methodist church and a num-1 Grands club will hold a cooked food
Miss Velma Sallee, Cottage Grove
ber of friends and neighbors gath- sale tomorrow at the People’s meat high school student, has entered the
It is becoming more and more evident that coopera
ered at the home of Rev. and Mrs. |market.
Eugene business college.
E. G. O. Groat Monday evening and Notice—I am leaving Cottage
tion between the farmer, the business man, and the bank
Mrs. G. N. Neeley has gone to
Regular 35c canned apricots for...
IheM a,.^yai°i ““ieting. Rev. Groat |Qrove goou- Anyone desiring me to Los Angeles to visit with her chil
is necessary to the most satisfactory growth of either.
7 bars Palm Olive soap for.____
is in ill Health and unable to attend | do pboto work for them must come dren for a few mouths, in the hope
or Dlake an appointment right away. that the climate will benefit her
It is the principle on which real results are accom-
26 bars White soap for_________
Miss Maud Skidmore and Miss | A. L. Monroe, Monroe Studio. jl9-26 health.
pounds best head rice for____
Maud Lam-son motored to Eugene
A 8on wa8 born Monday to Mr.
F. E. Mendenhall, of Harrisburg,
Saturday on business.
and Mrs Kenneth A. Berry.
Regular 35c bottle catsup for___
We appreciate the business with which we are fa-
visited briefly this week with his
No matter what you want in 8. B. Kern left yesterday for daughter, Miss Katherine Menden
vored. The best, most helpful, friendly banking service
1 gallon Liberty Bell Maple and Cane syrup, $1.65 value
printing, get it at The Senitnel. Exeter, Calif., where he will attend hall, a teacher in the city schools.
and 35c package pancake flour the two while they
possible to be rendered is the expression of our appre
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Folkham the. Pacific states convention of the
aud may decide to locate here.
last for_______ __ ___ _________ _______ ______ __ $1.65
(Robertino Anlauf), who were mar- Unity holiness association,
ried in Portland January 2, have | George Cutsforth returned to his MODERN WOODMEN AND
been visiting relatives here and at [heme at Riddle Monday, after a
ROYAL NEIGHBORS INSTALL
Anlauf. They will reside in Port-1 visit with his so 1 Dale,
I If you want a house finished up
The M. W. A. and Royal Neigh
A marriage license was granted [to suit your taste, see us. We have bors lodges jointly installed officers
Tuesday to Lawrence Allen Fisher I one under construction. 8. L. God- Tuesday night of lust week. Offi
and Cora Alice Neal, both of ard, contractors.
jl9c cers of the M. W. A. are A. 8.
| Grover Young arrived Saturday Powell, consul; W. D. Stroud, ad
visor; Grant Tower, clerk; H. A.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Dwigans and
tf I home of his mother, Mra. Sylvester Miller, Banker; James Lawson, es
li' MRS. JULIA K. MLRCEKEAU
childre 1 nave moved here from Eu City Transfer.
cort; W. T. Stroud, watchman; J.
Mrs. Orrin Robinson has returned I Wallace.
KASSES NINETIETH «s ILK
gene and have taker the Shortridge
STUNK OP LIFE JANUARY 12
residence at 749 south Sixth street. after a visit of several weeks at I B. D. Stephenson was in Eugene H. Baker, sentry; A. E. Hamloth
and J. A. Elledge, managers; A. W.
Earl Dwigans, a son, has bought Grants Pass, Medford, Phoenix. Monday.
Mrs. J ulia K. Mercereuu, moth
J. Hardy Crew was a Eugeno vis
the Watkins agency from Bert Soe- Talent, Ashland and other southern
For the Royal Neighbors the offi
er of Mra. A. L. VuuOsdel, cole
lty, who formerly covered this ter Oregon cities. MrB. Robinson saw I itor Monday.
Meeting of Citizens to Be Held in brated her ninetieth birthday an
ritory, and will mike Celt age Grove many changes since she last visited
Bettd the editOrials. You may not
Old Commercial Club Rooms
adversary January 12. .iltliougli
these places two years ago, especi-
0 witb th
but tboy ar0 ¿Rely Mrs. Elizabeth McFarland, pust oru-
cle; Lena Sears, vice oracle; Mrs.
Mrs. Mercereau is confined to
No need to be in want—use a ally in the Ashland park where ah to make you think, and that’s worth Elsie
her bed all of the time from
log cabiu has recently been erected I w
tf Blackmore, recorder; Sallie Hill, re
she is a cheerful soul
in which have been placed the win- *
S. C. Veatch, of Halsey, spent tho dews from the oldest grist mill in
Mrs. Pearl Plaster, of St. Helens, ceiver; Mrs. Mattie Grable, sentinel;
A meeting of business men and and eagerly welcomes tho visits
part of lust week looking af Jackson county.
She saw many is visiting this week with Mr. and Esther Leonard, inside sentinel; all citizens of the Cottage Grove of friends. ¡She was born tn
Don’t attempt to answer latter
ter property interests here.
Mattie Saroud, guard; Fluor Witte, country interested in the pussage of Union, Broom county, b. Y., iu
schoolmates she had not seen for Mrs. James Plaster.
this question because you
Mrs. Isaac Ritchey returned Sun
years. Mrs. Robinson was ac Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Quigley and pianist; Mrs. Emma Powell, Mrs. tho armory appropriation bill now- 1833, but moved to r ullou, HL,
can’t tell. That’s my busi day from a visit of ten days with a 50
companied by two nieces, who had two children motored to J unction Mary Baker and Mrs. Emaline Wil before the legislature will be held waen she was married, Siuce
ness—to examine eyes accu sister at Aurora.
iu the old commercial club rooms 1913 she has made her home iu
been visiting here from Canada, and I City Sunday and visited at the son trustees.
Monday evening at 8 o’clock.
rately and tell whether or
Cottage Grove with the Van
Ford touring car body aud trailer who went on to Chico for a visit, [home of Mr. Quigley’s brother, E.
SHRINER CEREMONIAL IN
Unexpected opposition seems to Usdols.
Filipino students of the U. of O. | Quigley,
—L. West CiJj
not glasses are required.
PORTLAND JANUARY 27 have developed :• gainst the measure,
Mrs. H. H. Johnson arrived Mon-
A. L. Chitwood and daughter will give an entertainment to all
which was introduced in the upper
If you don’t need them, Dora have gone to Dayton to re Cottage Grove residents on Friday Iday from Castle Bock for a visit at
A large number of members of house by Senator J. S. Magladry, BASKETBALL TEAM WINS
evening, January 26, at 8 o’clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
I will say so frankly. If you side.
Al Kader Temple, Mystic Shrine, and ways and means for facilitating
AND LUSES AT ASHLAND
Peters & Mosby plan to move the Christian church. The program George Bailes, of London.
do, those 1 prescribe will be
who live in this section are plan the passage of the bill will be con
will be composed of an instrumental
exactly right and will cost
uing to attend Ceremoniul to be sidered at the meeting.
The high school basketbull team
at Walden to their sawmill on concert by ’the Filipino 7-piece string 6-volt, aud $1.09 12-volt. Nelson ' b held in
Portland on ¡Saturday, Jan-
no more than you would tion
orchestra, and au illustrated lecture Service Station.
won one gume and lost one in the
jl9c uary ' 27. — -
Mosby creek soon.
Appointive Officers of I. O. O. F. two
series with Ashland Mon
have to pay elsewhere—per
E. and F. M Woodson spent the first to be given under the
Appointive officers of the I. O. day gaiue
Watch the label on your paper.
A number of selections by the or the O. latter
direction of Hal T. Hutchinson, ” O F. lodge, installed at the same to a telegram from
Miss Hazel Ashby spent Sunday chestra, quartets of mandolins,
lustrious Potentate, who took of-
I in Eugene with her cousin, Marion ukelele and guitars, steel guitar so
greaves. The score was 39 to 39 iu
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Faulkner, who
I Horning, who is recovering from a lo and guitar duet will be the main
of Ashland Monday night,
The Ceremonial will bo held in were C. L. Churchill, warden; J. V. lavor
! serious injury sustained when he feature. The entertainment will be had charge of the store maintained
and 28 to 15 in favor of Cottage
I was struck on the head by a chain free and everyone is invited. jl9-26c[ here until recently by the Berry
Grove Tuesday night.
company, are spending a few Portland, and will be proceeded by G.; W. F. Johnson, O. G.; 1. J.
in a logging camp at Bujada last
B. Brown left Piano
days at their ranch at Junction
Tuesday to make their home in City,
after which they plan to re torium of tho building. A concert I. S. N. G.; George Currin, R. S. 8.;
J. C. Bowles, who had been visit Portland.
Factory on Premises
ing his brother, E. T. Bowles, re If you have an item of news, turn to Cottage Grove to open a will open the program, with the Rohde, R. S. V. G.; J. W. Shattuck,
Susannah Woolridge was born iu
Knox county, O., September 25,
Oregon turned to Portland Sunday.
phone it to The Sentinel, Our num-
Galloway writes insurance.
1855, aud died in a hospital at Eu
User car bargains—1917 Bu ber is 159-J.
gene upon tho morning of December
V. Favor bought a used Ford
The annual Potentate’s Ball, RED CROSS WORKERS AT
ick six, 1920 Buick six, 1919 Mrs. R. A. Pekrul and two sons car F. from
39, 1922. She was married June 0,
the Earl Motor vompany which is attended by the members
Tulsa four, 1920 Oakland six.
1889, to Samuel B. Kern. To this
of the order and their ladies, will
for their homo in Vancouver, B. C., Wednesday of last week.
Service Oarage, phone 75.
be hold in the Auditorium in Port
Volunteer workers of Astoria who union were born three children of
after an extended visit with Mrs.
The Boscoe Forward family, who Pekrul’s mother, Mrs. Louiso Kibby,
land on Wednesday night, January relieved tho sufferers iu tho fire whom only one, a son, sur > ives. Tho
had been visiting at the home of of Mosby creek.
31. This is tho big social event disaster are receiving high praise husband also survives. Mra Kern
Tales of the Town I
in Portlund uud attracts a large from the American Bed Cross ad was converted at the age of 15 and
♦------ ------------------------------------ 5. Mr. Forward’s uncle, I. B. Morris,
Mrs. Frank Stanley arrived Tues
became identified with tho holiness
attendance from every part of the ministration.
left Saturday by motor for a visit day from Yakima, Wash., to visit
* ‘ By tho end of the fourth day work iu her 31th year. Ti.o funeral
Rev. J. E. Cs risen, pastor of the in San Diego. They plan to return her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
they wore working like veterans, was conducted from the chapel in
Christian church, has purchased a to Oregon.
MRS. IVAN WARNER HEAD
without a truce of excitement,’’ Cottage Grove and the remains were
Mrs. A. W. Tunrnlad spent the
Ford car. In The Sentinel of last
Nelson will trade used cars with
OF LEGION AUXILIARY said Earl Kilpatrick, director for taken to Kirk, Colo., for interment.
week an item stated that Rev. A. R. week end with Mr. Tumbled in you.
tho American Red Cross in tho As
Spearow had bought a Ford when it Harrisburg.'
WOOD BIDS WANTED.
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Hemenway
Mrs. Ivan E. Warner was elected toria disaster, and P. A. Parsons,
should have read Rev. J. E. Carlson.
Moving and storage. Phone 99. aud Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wallace
Galloway for insurance, 511 Main. City Transfer.
Cottage Grovo cannery wants
motored to Eugene Sunday.
to tho American Legion at a meet tho roliof committee by tho Univor
Mrs. C. Bozine, of Lebanon, is
Mrs. Raymond Grube and small
ing of that body Monday night at sity of Orogon. Mr. Kilpatrick is bids on 199 cords of 4-loot wood
Zeno Hill returned Tuesday from
son aweut to Eugeno Saturday and visiting at the home of her daugh Florence, where he had been visit
the home of Mrs. Green B. Pitcher. director of tho extension idvision delivered at plunt, ono -half by Juno
met Mr. Grube, who came homo ter, Mrs. Bert Lancaster, on Mosby ing his daughter.
Other officers elected were Mrs. and Dr. Parsons is director of tho 15, 1923, and balance on or before
Victor Kem, secretary; Mrs. O. C. school of social work of tho uni- July 15, 1923. Bids will be consid-
F. C. Howser will leave soon for I
oicd for entire quuntity or any frac
Cruson, treasurer; Hospital chair Vorsity.
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Welty, who Fairfield, Pa., having received word
An eight-pound daughter was born
Friday morning to Mr. and Mrs. had been visiting at the home of of the serious illness of his mother, OUR BREAD IS BAKED man, Mrs. Fate Long; Mrs. W. J.
The dollar membership fee for tho tion thereof. Lot bids state whether
their daughter, Mrs. Charles Woods, Mrs. M. M. Howser,
White, chaplain; Mrs. George A. American Bed Cross will come easior old growth or second growth, split
Tom Allan, of Cherry court.
IN A MODERN OVEN
Proctor Jr., historian. Other of from Oregon citizens who roalizo or limb, uud quuntity of each, and
The Elbert Smith family motored of London, left Friday for their
by modern scientific meth ficers will be appointed by the the part played by that great organ whether or not a less quantity will
home in San Diego.
to Eugene Saturday.
want 7 A Sentinel wantad will find
Following tho business ization in administering the goner bo furnished than amount stated in
Nelson sells used cars for low a buyer for it.
tf ods and under perfect sani president.
Moving u*d storage. Phono 99.
meeting a social hour was enjoyed ous gifts of money und supplies bid. Special consideration will be
tf prices and terms.
Ivan Witcher left Wednesday for
which streamed from Portland and given bids where part may be paid
Miss Fleets Turner, of Grants Portland, where he will be employed. an evenness of product and uud refreshments wore served.
Elbert Bede was home over the
ether cities. The national organiza in cannery stock. Bids to bo opened
week end from Salem, where he is
Miss Naomi Bodine returned Tues an unfailing wholesomeness. DECISION IN ADVERTISING
tion is the only one which func at 8 p. in. February 5, 1923. The
reading clerk in the house of rep Miss Hallie Willits.
day from Albany, where she spent And using only the very
CONTEST IS POSTPONED tions in national aud international right to reject any or all bids is
B. C. Shattuck bought a new Fprd the week end with her mother, Mrs. |
resentatives in the legislature.
disasters. The Portland chapter of horoby reserved. Address all bids
best grade of materials, ou'-
Interest in the ‘ ‘ Who's Who and the Red Cross had nothing to do to Cultnge Grove Cannery, Cottago
Mrs. Dennis C. Bosley visited in car of WoodBon Brothers Friday.
Mrs. Addie Bodine returned to
Why, in Cottage Orove” advertis with Astoria relief and the Astoria Grove, Uregon.
Eugene Friday with Virginia Bos
Miss Dossie Harms went to Port-1
ley, who is recovering from a ser her home in Albany Thursday of laud Tuesday to visit at the homo | a food value far in excess of ing feature in The Sentinel last chapter turned over the taxing ad
Notice to Water Consumers.
last week, after a visit at the home of her brother, H. H. Harms.
ious case of blood poisoning.
j the ordinary. Try it for a week is such that awarding of the ministration to disaster relief spe
prizes has been postponed for an cialists after the first few hours of
City wuter should be boiled 25
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Burrows and of her daughter, Mrs. Frank Safley.
Mrs. Carrie Ferguson Bpent the while on your table. You’ll other week. Winners will be select courageous emergency work.
minutes before being
daughters Millieent and Jerrine
Special attention given to Dodge week end with friends in Creswoll.
all be better for it.
ed from all answers submitted up
Oregon is fortunate in having a
DR. C. E. FROST,
spent the week end in Eugene at repairing. Dick and Norm, West
Moving and storage. Phone 99.
to 6 o’clock Wednesday, January man who handled the Bed Cross re jl9c
City Health Officer.
the homo of Mrs. Burrows’ brother, Side Garage.
24, and their names will be printed, lief for the Pueblo flood two years
G. E. Finnerty.
William Harper left last week to
The Service Oarage
_ received a The Cottage Grove as well as a list of the correct an ago in Earl Kilpatrick. He arrived
We do not specialize in our work take charge of a sawmill at Scotia,
swers to all of the questions asked. or. the scene of the Astoria disaster
carload of Star touring cars Wed
on any one make of cars, All cars Calif.
within a day after its occurrence
A shipment of closed mod
treated alike—which is with the
J. A. Elledge bought a Ford road nesday.
‘ i ala
HAND AND SINDH WRESTLE
and quickly summoned to " his
best of attention. Expert mechanic ster, E. V. Leonard a Ford coupe, els is expected to arrive within a
THIRTY MINUTES TO DRAW tried and officient members of his
in charge. Nelson’s Service Station completely equipped, and Bay Vau few days. One of the new cars on
staff in the Portland school of so-
auto repair department.
jl9c Schoiack a Ford touring car from the floor of their show room has
Mrs. W. H. Blair returned Sunday
Ralph Hand, popular Cottage cial work.
attracted a great deal of interested night from a visit in Portland. Long
Mrs. George Brumfield and daugh- Woodson Brothers during the past attention during the <past week.
Grove middleweight, and Basanta
stretches of pavement from Pacific Singh,
tei Beulah were in Eugene Friday.
tho Hindoo, wrestled 39 min JANUARY 29 IS RADIO DAY
AT THE FAIR
The Cottage Grove cannery
A wantad will rent your house.
FOR CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR
utes to a draw Wednesday night in
at Bradley Service Station.
cent flood and carried considerable Portland.
shipped a carload of mixed fruits
Neither grappler secured
Ned Irwin, of Gray’s Cash and
F. B. VanNortwick returned Tues distances, according to Mrs. Blair, a fall, but those who witnessed tho
to Denver, Colo., last week and a Carry store spent the week end in
Monday, Januaty 29, has been
like shipment to Portland this week. Eugene with fraternity brothers at day night from a business trip to i Harris Ellsworth, who had been match declare that Hand showed designated as Radio day by the Everyone of our ladies’ jer
Beaverton, and left the next eve at home for a week recovering from himself the better man of tho two. Christian Endeavorers of AmerienJ sey coats, ladies’ sweaters,
Rev. A. R. Spearow was in Port the Kappa Theta Chi house.
ning for Fairview, Hl., in response an illness, has returned to Eugene,
that evening iho Endeavorers of | misses’ sweaters, children’s
land last week end, having been
Woodson Brothers received a car to a telegram announcing the crit where ho is a member of the adver The match was a preliminary to On
the Yokel-Thye bout, which was Oiegon will have the opportunity to sweaters, boys’ and men’s
called there by the death of a load of new four-door Ford sedans ical illness of his father, J. P. Van
tising staff of the Morning Reg won by Yokel.
hear a rad” message from their
nephew, und did not arrive home in and touring cars this week.
Nortwick. The senior Mr. VanNort ister.
state presic -rtf Miss Elaine Cooper, sweaters and ladies’ scarfs
I ¡me to conduct services at the
Every-Day bread, at Bender’« wick, who with his wife visited Your home newspaper is first en
of Eugene, inis will bo the first at from
G. A. R. and W. R. O. Install.
Presbyterian church Sunday.
here four years ago, will be remem titled to your support.
Officers of tho G. A. B. and W. time an Orogon Christian Endeavor
25% to 50% Reduction
Does your Dodge need a little ad Bakery, 12c the loaf.
bered by many. He is 72 years of
Harvey Huff, who is recovering B. C. wore installed jointly Satur president has ever broadcasted a
justing 1 See Dick and Norm, West
Samuel B. Kern has been appoint age.
FOR TEN DAYS ONLY
from an operation for appendicitis,
ed administrator of the estate of
Nelson’s Service Station sells
A Portland broadcasting station,
served for the veterans by tho
Mrs. Robert Martin went to Port Susan Kern, who died December 39. Exide batteries, tires, used cars, I left Sunday for Dufur to join Mrs. women of the corps. Officers of the KGG, has given the young people
land Saturday for a visit with Mr. Welcome Hubbell, Benjamin Thrash new cars, motormeters, or anything | I Huff.
Our remnants basket has
Q. A. R. are G. W. McReynolds, the time from 5:30 to ti o’clock
er and George Garoutte have been else the motorist needs except shoe
Mrs. Charles Threlkeld and her commander;
Martin, who is working there.
Isaac Taylor, senior that evening, and Miss Cooper will wonderful bargains. Come in
brushes. We loan them.
Lawrence Randall and Bay Dig
vice commander; Henry Fuson, broadcast a message which is being
j 119c 1 1° fkeir home in Portland Saturday, junior vice commander; F. A. Clow, prepared for the occasion by i»r. I and look them over.
gins, of Marshalltown, la., are visit H. C. Clevenger has bene given a welcome. Come again.
ing at the home of the former’s judgment by default in the sum of
adjutant; Dr. C. B. King, chaplain; Francis E. Clark, of Boston, the
E. C. Spray has bought an acre
Mr. aud Mrs. Shelby E.
$135 against H. M. Barrett in of land on north Eighth street of I
uncle, I. A. Randall.
D. Handy, officer of tho day. “fathrr” of Christian Endeuvo. SPECIAL DISH BARGAIN
FOR TEN DAYS
The new officers of the W. R. C. work. Miss Cooper will add a short
Every-Day bread, at Bender'« About 25 members of the Cottage J. W. Eddy.
For Bent—Two roohis and hall,
Cecil Caldwell has recovered from furnished for light housekeeping. are Mrs. Harriet Leonard, president; message of her own.
set white wear $3.98
Bakery, 12c the loaf.
Grove Masonic lodge visited the
Mrs. Eva Hatch, senior vice presi
48-piece set while wear $i.25
Mrs. P. J. Stoneburg, 336 north II dent; Mrs. F. C. Godard, junior vice
Dennis C. Bosley was home from Creswell lodge Tuesday night and a slight attack of influenza.
A Natural Inference.
Your wants may be few—provid- | street,
jl9p president; Mrs. Alta Hart, secre Bessie came running to her grand
Canary over the week end.
exemplified degree work.
ed you use Sentinel wantads.
tf I ,__ Electric bakery lost 270 tary; Mrs. Elizabeth Fahrenwald, mother holding a dry, pressed leaf,
Mrs. Edgar Willson is improving loaves of bread which were baking treasurer; Mrs. Alicia Harrington, obviously the relic of a day long CALL AND SEE 01 R JAN-
following an illness brought on by in its ovens Tuesday night when chaplain; Mrs. M. Tompkins, musi gene by.
nervous trouble. She did not suffer the electric current went off.
•‘I found it in the big bible, I
cian; Mrs. G. W. McReynolds, con
a paralytic stroke, as was reported
The Cottage Grove high school ductor; Mre. E. Fullmer, assistant grandma, ” she said, round eyed.
when she first became ilL
Mrs. E. McKibben, ‘Do you suppose it belonged to
_ the conductor;
Cyrus Leum has purchased a Ford Kappa Kappa Gamma house team guard; Mrs. E. D. Handy, assistant Evef’’
Sedan from Woodson Brothen.
from the University of Oregon
to- ;uard; Mrs. Hughes, Mrs. Rhoda,
for a limited time only with Golden West Coffee, Baking-
Watch the label on your paper
Mr. and Mn. David Brown and right at 8 o’clock on the local Mrs. Applewhite and Mrs. Poole,
Powder, Tea, Extracts, Spices and Bird Seed
son, of Marissa, IlL, who had been floor.
visitini g at the J. T. Smith and the
A 2-ounce can of pepper free with each 50c purchase
Louis F. Rinard and Miss Gladys
nomea, left Friday for a visit Hayes, both former Cottage Grove P. A. Lindstrom Dies in Portland.
A 4-ounce can of pepper free with each $1.00 purchase
P. A. Lindstrom, resident of the
with relatives in Los Angeles.
residents, were married Saturday in
An 8-ounce can of pepper free with each $1.50 purchase
Grove country for 15 years,
Dale Lusk has returned from Sacramento, Calif., where they will Cottage
A 1-pound can of pepper free with each $2.00 purchase
For be«t remit« feed Kerr’« Scratch and Egg Producer.
Hood River, where he and Mn. Lusk make their home.
buried in the Rose City cemetery
went immediately following tkeir
Ora Frick was knocked from his Sunday afternoon. Mr. Lindstrom
marriage last month. Mn. Lusk has bicycle Wednesday night by a ear traded his ranch at Divide for an
Friday and Saturday Special
been here fur a couple of weeks.
driven by Lincoln Taylor, who was apartment house in Portland about
Two cans No. 2 sliced pineapple__________________ 45c
’s Blend, Olympic and White River.
Why pay for two or three days’ so blinded by tho rain that he was two years ago and removed to that
rentalf Batteries fully charged in 8 unable to see the boy.
your eggs and get cash
eity. Two married daughters and a
hours at Bradley Service Station.
Beautiful walnut Queen Anne lin Bister, who reside in Portland, and
404 Fifth street, south, phone 91.
ing set, including buffet, Colonia) one son survive him. Death was
Mr. aad Mrs. Minard Weeks and range, leather upholstered Daven caused by heart trouble.
children, of Raymond, Wash., are port, four small rugs, oil stove;
The Store That Appreciates Your Trade
If you like the editorials, tell your
visiting at the home of Mn. Weeks' all just like new; only used two
parents, Mr. aad Mn. H. J. Jor months. Inquire Merrit Eddy, 119 friends about them, and help to
south Sixth street.
jl9p make them boar fruit.
A Better Bank Service to You
Cash Specials for Friday and
Bank of Cottage Grove
MEASURE IS PUNNED
Do You Need
D. J. Scholl
JONES C& EATON