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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1923)
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The Star Touring Car
The Star Car
The creation of the Star car is the most
important and brilliant accomplishment
of any individual identified with the
automobile industry since its inception.
Smartness in looks, thoroughness and
modern design in a low priced car were
unheard of until the Star was created by
W. C. Durant, the pioneer builder of
automobiles and identified with the in
troduction and success of the Cadillac,
Buick, Oakland, Oldsmobile, Chevrolet
and Durant cars.
The Star car marks the most advanced
step since the introduction of the auto
bile, for it provides for the first time a
quality automobile, standardized in con
struction and operation for a modest
sum of money.
WE EXPECT CLOSED MODELS TO ARRIVE IN A FEW DAYS
The Star Touring Car has a well proportioned true
streamline body, with rounded radiator and cowl level
with the hood. A one-man top, clear-vision tilted wind-
shield and crowned fenders add to the smart appearance
of the whole.
There is ample capacity for five passengers with
plenty of leg room. The seats are low and deep with
backs tilted at a comfortable angle and covered wit
high grade material. Gearshift and emergency brake
levers are close to the center of the driver s seat, afford
ing free clearance.
Clutch and service brake pedals, foot accelerator and
starter buttons are all in convenient positions. Spark
control and auxiliary gas lever are located on the instru
ment board, together with ammeter and oil gauge, igni
tion and lighting switches.
The steering wheel is full 16-inch size set at a most
comfortable angle with the horn button on top.
The windshield is adjustable both top and bottom and
has snug rubber weather extensions. There is a wide
rectangular glass window in the rear. I nder the lion
seat are side curtains easy to put on.
The gasoline tank is on the rear of the frame where
filling will not inconvenience the driver or muss the car.
Complete lamp equipment, approved headlight lenses,
tail light, tire carrier and license holder are standard
THE STAR CHASSIS FEATURES
1— Continental Red Seal Motor.
adjoin on left side of motor.
3 -Single Plate Disc Clutch enclosed
4- — Autolite Starting Motor.
5— Selective Type Transmission, 3
speeds forward, one reverse. Hand
gear shift lever.
2— Intake and
6— Water Pump at lower rear of
motor maintains fullest circulation.
7— Clutch Pedal.
8— Service Brake Pedal.
9— Emergency Brake Hand Lever.
10— Durant Tubular Backbone (pat
ent applied for) acts as a truss which
makes the frame rigid, prot<wting
chassis parts and the body from shocks
of the road and reducing body squeaks
to a minimum.
11— Spicer Universal Joints.
12— Brake Pull Rods attached direct
to brake drums afford greatest lever
age and easy to get at under running
13— Autolite Generator.
14 -Star Springs are semi-elliptic,
underslung and in line with the frame
—front 34 in. long, rear 48 in. long.
15— Gasoline Tank on rear, lU/j
gallons capacity, connected to motor
through Stewart vacuum system.
16— Stewart Vacuum Feed Pipe.
17— 10-inch Brake Drum affords
surplus braking leverage.
18— Timken bearings in front wheels.
19— Timken Front Axle.
20— Timken Rear Axle with Timken
21— Tillotson Carburetor.
22— Warner Steering Gear, worm
and gear type adjustable for wear.
23— Oil Gear Pump assuring con
stant efficient circulation.
PRICE LIST (Delivered)—Chassis $485.32, Roadster $528.59, Touring $558.75, Coupe $759.88, Sedan $827.48
LONG & CRUSON, PROPRIETORS
=1 <$>----------------------------------------------- ♦ after visiting at tho W. A. Land hind them. Also 300 trap-nested 2-
and 3-year-old hens, none of which
4--------------- —---------------- 4 Lev. VauSchoiack was in Eugeno have records of less than 200 eggs
either in their PULLET or SECOND
Mrs. Edwin Redford is visiting year.
Breeding cockerels, siros’
at the James Redford home.
dam 298-307. Write the Chief Bird
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kelly and sons for free catalog. Rusch Poultry
(Special to The Sentinel.)
visited in Cottage Grove Sunday Farm, Junction City, Ore.
Jan. 16.—C. O. Willi» has pur with Mr. and Mra. John Hastings.
chased Mr. Luebke’a timber adjoin
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coombs mo BOOKING ORDERS FOR SINGLE
ing his sawmill.
comb White Leghorn baby chicks
tored up from Eugene and visited
S. C. Veatch, of Halsey, spent with Mrs. Coombs’ parents, Mr. and of tho O. A. C. and Hollywood
the week end here with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Teeters.
strains, from 2-year-old tested hens,
Mrs. D. H. Reinpie.
layurs of large white eggs, mated to
A. H. and Jackson Sprinkel, of
cockerels from dams with records of
Junction City, visited Tuesday with
270 to 298 eggs; $15 per 100. Mrs.
their mother, Mrs. G. W. Smith.
Waldo Miller, Cottage Grove, Ore..
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Mrs. M. M. Wheeler is improving.
Jan. 16.—Mrs. Floyd Jones and Disston, Route, phone 1-F12. j5-19c
Byron McFarland visited tho little daughter Helen visited Friday
FOR SALE—134-ACRE FARM 2
with Mrs. D. H. Brumbaugh.
miles south of Cottage Grove; 40
Stockholders of the Two line held
Fred Frost was in tho Grove
acres sown to grain; good improve
a meeting at the school house Mon Thursday of last week.
Mrs. A. Castle and her grandson ments, cows, horses and farming ma
Mrs. F. M. Hambrick, of Cottage Douglas Castle, visited a few days chinery, grain and hay. Priced to
Grove, visited Sunday at the homo of hist week at the Fred Forst sell V. E. Dunnavin.
of her sister, Mrs. G. W. McFnr- home.
OLD RAGS WANTED—NOTHING
Mrs. Grover Devine and children,
less than 2 feet square. Must be
Miss Florence McFarland, who is of Yoncalla, who had visited two
and of material that will ab
teaching at Star, spent the week weeks with Mrs. Devine’s parents,
gasoline; old underclothing,
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Shields, re
flannels and the like preferred. Can
G. W. McFarland.
turned home Saturday.
not use old socks, mercerized or
Miss Hazel Ashby visited Sunday
D. H. Brumbaugh and Bona Pat
in Eugene with her cousin, Mahon ton and sons Tom and Harry were hard surface goods or small pieces
of any kind. We want the best rags
Horning, who is in a hospital there in the Grove Saturday.
and pay the best price, 5 cents the
recovering from an accident.
Mrs. G. W. Shields and son James pound. The Sentinel
Rosie and Frank Willis Bpent and Mrs. Grover Devine and chil
Sunday at the Ed Ashby home.
dren visited Friday at the Harry MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD
The literary society met at the Castle home.
farm property; 7 per cent. W. B.
i school house Friday night and or
George Hastiugs spent the week Cooper, 774 Willamette street, Eu
ganized, the following officers being end with home folks.
'elected: Mrs. Ellen McFarland, pres
James Lebow was in Eugene Tues
j ident; D. H. Rumple, vice president; day.
APPLES AT 50 AND 60 CENTS
a box; one mile east of Creswell.
R. T. Martin was in Cottage Grove
Miss Hazel Ashby, chorister; Mrs. Monday.
Bring boxes. E. S. Harding. jl2-26p
ID. H. Remple, organist; Charles Me
Don’t have any slackers; keep HAVE ABOUT 360 WHITE LEG
horn pullets and 300 hens to sell
track of what each hen does by
using egg record cards; for sale by quick. Call 15-F3 or see 8. L. God-
The Sentinel at *1.76 the hundred. aid, Cottage Grove.
Knowles & Graber
WOULDN’T YOU LIKE TO—
—GO EAST THROUGH
Of course you would, and by going this
way you will see most of the beauty
spots of the west.
You may join the merry-makers on Cal
ifornia's silvery strand, see the races at
Tia Juana, go through C-arriso Gorge and
over the Apache Trail Highway, and take
in the Mardi Gras.
Then, too, you have a choice of routes,
stop-over privileges and best of train
Ask your local ticket agent for LOW
ROUND TRIP and ONE WAY FARES,
time tables and descriptive folders or
JOHN M. SCOTT
General Passenger Agent, Portland, Ore.
"The Sunshine Way
Cross U. S. A."
if you saw it first you say it in The Sentinel
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Jan. 16.—Mrs. Charles Teeters
and son John motored to Eugene
Elmer Doolittle came up Friday
Somewhere in the wanted column
for a few days’ visit with relatives
before leaving to join his family in will be found the name of some re.»-
ident of the Cottage Grove country.
person is entitled to a free
Mra. C. M. Melon sp. nt the latter i That
wanted for three issues, if he or she
part of last week visiting with I F resents oopy for the seme within
friends at Saginaw.
0 days from the date of this paper.
Mra. Alf Williams, of Row River, A new name will be selected at ran
visited Thursday at the A. S. Ward dom each week. and thia method of
crvaliug interest in the wantads will
Mrs. Frank Hills came up from be eontiaued for several months.
Roseburg Friday and is visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mra. C. A. Van WANTED—MEN OR WOMEN TO
tahe orders for genuine guaran
Mra. Fannie Jackson, who had teed hosiery for men, women end
children. Eliminates darning. Sal
been visiting her daughter, Mra. J. ary
$5u a week full time, $1 an hour
F. Conklin, returned to her home in
spare tuna. Experience unnecessary.
stocking Milla, Norris
John Teeters motor'd to Corvallis
Wilbur Pitcher, of Disston, spent J. M. GROVES IS ENTITLED TO
Friday night at the Kirk home.
free wanted for three issue». Pre
Mra. Everett Wright and baby re- 1 sent this notice within 10 days. Sec
turned the latter part of last week announcement at tho head of this
from a visit at Leona.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelly were
out from the Grove Fridav visiting: ORHGON AGRICULTURAL COL
“Aunt" Kate Land.
lege White Leghorn baby ehix
Everett Wright and his grand | from 1600 selected hens mated to
father returned to Leona Bunday, males with records of «0-480 be
GOOD PIANO FOR RENT. CALI.
Iaindoi a*..re, 11-F12.
1 COTTAGE, 5-ROOM.
$400; 11*4 acres, 9-room bungs
low, small barn, new chicken house
U accommodate 350 or more hens,,
about 240 April hatched pullets, 5
miles from Cottage Grove on Silk
creek, $1700. ’ll. L. Fowler, Cottage
FOR SALE—WOOD SAW MA
chine in No. 1 condition; operat
ed by gasoline engine. Will sell
cheap if taken at once. Call at 39
1. street.___________ jl»f2pd
SCRAP LUMBER FOR SALE AT
*5 per M at W. G. Allen’s mill st
¡leather covers, full gilt edges. Price, pointment right away. A. L. Mon-
¡$1.50. Mrs. D. W. McKinney, 1243 rce, Monroe Studio.
> Jefferson avenue.
FOR SALE—GASOLINE ENGINE,
NOTICE—I AM LEAVING COT
first class, good shape. Motor
tage Grove soon. Anyone desiring for running sewing machine.
me to do photo work for them G. Short at Short’s Second Hand
must come at once or make an ap- »tore.
It Always Pays to
Trade at Gray’s
Not a clearance sale, but we are selling
new stock goods at sale prices all the
YOU ALWAYS SAVE
Canned milk of all kinds
F icific Nut Margarine, lb
FREE! FREE! FREE!
r°|the ?pVe“ ffople bl,.ving a can of
Calumet Baking Powder and solving the
l)Uzzle we will give a 1-pound
can of Calumet FREE.
Calumet, lb., 29c; 2i/2 lbs., 72c; 5 lbs,, $1
< ream of \\ heat, the package..........
Onions, extra fancy, 10 lbs
12 lbs. for...”. $1.00
WILL TRADE 105 ACRES LONG
Tom bottom for Cottage Grove
residence, value $4.000.
Hay»______________________ jl» far
100 lbs. for..... $1.25
FOR'AAIX ^lOO BiflO QUEEN IN
cubator. used one season, $25,
Phone 5 F33,
TOR SALE—5-OCTAVE CHAPEI.
orgaa suitable for school purposes.
Has writing desk and filing cabi
net; in good condition. Price, $1«.
Also a Christian Science hymnal:
ymg Poultry and Eggs