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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1923)
Cottage tore J^entinrl
A Weekly Newspaper With Plenty
Bede 4 Smith.
A first-class publication entered at
Cottage Grove as second-class matter
Business Office......... 55 North Sixth
Gnu year.... *2.25 I Three mouths 65c
Hix mouths.. 1.15 I Hiugle copy.... 5c
take it, when The Journal and The
Bentiuel can be in complete har
mony—upon idea» advanced by The
But The Journal was the chief
newspaper advocate of the candi
dacy of the one who is now »aid to
favor the plan of income tax which
The Journal opposes. Surely The
Journal should take this matter up
with the governor and demand in
understanding. It» valient support
should give it the privilege of in
sitting upon the kind of income tax
which The Journal wants, which
The Sentinel wants, and which the
be brought forward to do away with
A »ticking point in the eonaulida
tion program is whether the gover
nor «hall shoulder the entire respon
sibility for all appointments or
whether that responsibility will be
shared by several department heads.
The Johnson-Carkin Dili, said to be
the administration’s bill puts all
the responsibility upon the governor.
At the public hearing tonight an
effort was made to show that great
savings hud been brought about in
Washington, Nebraska und Illinois,
where the cabinet form of govern
ment is in ojieration.
National Editorial Association
The Oregonian has just stated
Oregon State Editorial Association
that C. £. Ingalls was a visitor in
Oregon Newspaper Conference
Lane County Publisher»’ Association that city and adds that he was (or
is) secretary of the republican stute
FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1923
committee. Why rub it in that
way! Claude feels bad enough about
COUNTY COURT MUST KEEP it any way.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Jan. 23.—Violet Crawford in able
IN MEMORY OF UNCLE ALEX to return to school after a few day«
Those now in control of county
of absence last week on account of
affairs have made certain pledges
to the people.
Cottage Grove, Jan. 22.—(To the
Mrs. Fred Frost called on Mrs.
Those pledges were thut they Editor.)—Closely identified with the James Fisher Monday morning.
would make a substantial tax re early history of Cottage Grove were
Peters & Mosby moved their plan
duetion through reduction in the two brothers. What we would say er up to the mill Monday.
number of highly paid county offi of one is equally true of tlie other.
Mrs. A. Castle and Mr. and Mrs.
cials, with no detriment to the func We cannot but feel their influence Harry Castle and children visited
tions of county government.
was for the good of the community. Sunday at the Fred Frost home.
The Sentinel has repeatedly said
Uncle Alex Cooley, the remaining
Several coyotes have been seen
that it does not believe that this brother, a few weeks ago answered on the hill lately. The Mosby boys
program can be as successful as the the last call. In the neighborhood caught one in a trap Sunday night.
method pursued for years in the whore he lived so long, all who
R. H. Mosby and Bona Patten
Coin know him had in many ways were in Eugene Saturday on busi
conduct of county affair».
missioner Sharp hu» begged the ^ejt his kindness and generosity ness.
vocabulary in attempting to »ay and they can not fail to be ini
Thelma Lebow visited Sunday
the things he thinks about The pressed with the fact tliut to live with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Lebow.
Sentinel. Probably he is more mild tin honest, kindly life is certainly
Mrs. D. H. Brumbaugh is helping
in his language since Commission». vorth while.
care for the sick at the Floyd Jones
Roney has been found, as we kneiv
In times of gladness he was glad home.
he should, to be a Sharp man, ready with us, in times of sickness, sor
Furn Adams and Avery Minter
to carry forward the Sharp ideas. row and affliction no one was trore were in the Grove Monday.
Commissioner Sharp now has his op interested to help than he.
Reuben Rissue was in the Grove
He is in the saddle.
In this time of many creeds und Tuesday.
Nothing that The Sentinel could do beliefs it is well io think upon the
~ Alien und daugu.er
would greatly hinder, now will we Savior’s own words:
Sadie i weru in Cottage Grove Salur-
try to hinder him. A large proper
“He that is faithful in that day.
tion of the people of the county be which is least is faithful in much.’,’
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williams and
lieve that tho Sharp ideas are go
This is a common world filled baby visited a few duya of lus.
ing to relieve them of practically with common people, yet there is a week with relatives in the Grove.
the satire tax burden. 'lliese same glory and honor to which we may
Hattie Lebow spent the wee*k end
people believe that coincident with all aspire: to live a good, helpful, with home folks.
the mighty reduction in taxes they honest life.
are going to get the many things
that past county court» havo found CONSOLIDATION BILLS ARE
themselves unablirto give them.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
BEFORE LEGISLATIVE BODY
It is the idea of The Sentinel
Jan. 23.—The following people of'
that Sharp should have the fullest
this vicinity were Cottage Grove
(Continued from first page)
opportunity to make good, but it
visitors Saturday: Thomas Funk
serves notice that should they fail
and family, Guy Vauati, Mr. and
in any of their promises there will that of the preceding biennium, the Mrs. Garman and son and daughter,
come a speedy day of reckoning und slush by Ritiief and Kozer event Harry and Emma and Mr. Labsch.
The Bentinol will not hesitate to ually would bring about a saving
The Funk family motored to Cot
tell how and wherein the present of a million dollars or more. If tage Grove Sunday evening.
their proposal of a slash of taxes
court has failed.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelly, of
Superintendent» of roads and is backed up by tlie legislature, they Valsetz, and Oscar Bradford, of
bridges and a largo number of road have anticipated the saving prom Salem, returned to their homes Mon
bosses are to be done away with. isod by the incoming administration day, after spending a few days in
No one is to be put in their placos and have taken much of the wind Black Butte visiting relatives.
and yet the county road und bridge out of the administration's sails
Bonnie Perini and Lester Groat
work is to go on just as efficiently now furnishing the motive power have purchased a new Ford touring
as before. A great saving in ex
penses and a greater efficiency in that was a mean advantage for
Retta Labsch was absent from
the conduct of all county business republicans to take cf an incoqiiug school Tuesday.
are to bo brought about. That is democratic administration.
Miss Altie Manning, who is teach
It is certain that there is going ing in the Camas Swale district,
the program promised by Commis
sioner Sharp. We are looking to’ to bo tax reduction at this session, spent the week end with Miriam
him to make good. It is up to him j whether it is done by consolidation Bohart.
with an ax. Too many heads
whether he receives censure or |or
Claude and Pauline Sherman mo
praise. The Bentinol will be as I | are firmly sot that it must be. It tored to Black Butte Saturday and
that men hiked over the hill to SlioestTiug.
quick to give one or the other, and is also a healthy
it will take pains to know which from all walks of life are deterinin-
-L-'- there _._;t
man who owns the land, especially
CONSISTENCY 4JW ACCURACY.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
by tilling that lund. That relief
Jan. 23.—Mrs. G. J. Kappauf and
Tho Sentinel is willing to agree
G. M. Kebelbeck went up to
with The Oregon Journal in its changing the methods of taxation, Mrs.
London last |'ridny to spend the
statement that the people do not by shifting tho burden, by produc afternoon
with Mrs. G. A. Small.
waut a flat income tux, that a ing money from sources of wealth
JI r. and Mrs. John Kebelbeck
greaduated tax is tho only kind of not now tuxi'd or not taxed in pro mill son Carl motored to Eugene
u tux that they want, but The portion to tho tax laid* against real
Bentiuel would cull tho attention of estate. Several of s.ieh proposals last
Fred Overton and Miss Ada Gii-
The Journal to the fact that the . will appear in the ten bills to be
flat income tax is said to bo one I introduced by the tax investigation erirt went to the Grove” Sntun.uy
of tho pieces of legislation which cinumiMioti, of whiili Governor evening to utti-ud the show.
Jlr. Jepson and family were Sun
hue been asked for front tho offices i’lerco was a member.
day evening guests nt tlie t'hu.i.e
• • •
of tho chief executives of the stute
A fuuoral dirge is Jteiug ; sung for
Ed Piser, of stayton, is visiting
The Sentinel told The Journal the emergency board, "’bii icb makes |iis sister, Mrs. John Kebelbeck.
during tho campaign that the demo interim appropriations fot r ' institu
cratic candidate’s ideas on tax re tions ana activities Which find that
Wanted to Change the Gender.
duction and tax redistribution were appropriations made Tbr them for
ueither safe nor sane.
We are the biennium were inadequate. It
battle Jimmie had been singing
pleased to have Tho Journal come is felt that departments do not now hymns with his mother ouo Sunday
around to believing in an idea feel compelled to live within their afternoon, lie showed some reluc
which The Sentinel advanced months appropriations, for the emergency tance after a while to the repeated
ago, aud if we can always keep board ha»
Ims power to u<|i
add to aueb sums, long drawn “amen” at the close of
several months in advance of f'lie 1 The abolition of this board is pro oach hymn.
Journal wo believe Wo will be inak vided for in the consolidation mea
“ Mother,” he abruptly remarked,
ing a pretty fair record. It will sures, but should the consolidation “all these songs we’ve suug have
be a happy day for Oregon, we measures fail speeial legislation will been ’amen’ songs Let's
‘a lady’ soug now.’”
One More Week of
Wright’s Ham Pickle
Wright’s Condensed Smoke
SOLVES THE PROBLEM
OF PRESERVING YOUR MEATS
IN THE (W) RIGHT WAY
the process which saves all the flu-
vor, time, worry aud annoyance.
KEM’S for DRUGS
One big lot aprons and house dresses
reduced...... one-third off reg. price
All blankets......... 25% off reg. price
All bed spreads reduced................
.......................... 20% off reg. price
Women’s $1.25 outing flannel night
gowns, each.................................... 79c
One lot remnants
half reg. price
Women’s winter underwear reduced
.... ......................... 25% off reg. price
Children’s winter underwear re
duced.................... 25% off reg. price
Misses’ and women’s middies re
duced.................. 25% off reg. price
Women’s $1.75 to $1.95 felt slippers
choice, pair.................................. $1.39
Women’s $1.25 felt slippers......... 93c
20e quality bleached 36-inch muslin
60c and 65c bleached 9-4 sheeting
the yd............................................. 52c
18c quality 36-inch muslin on sale
the yd......................................... 1454°
25c yard-wide percale on sale..... 21c
25c quality 36-inch cretonnes, on
sale at yard....................................21c
One lot yard-wide chailies on sale
the yd......................................... 17i/2c
2-lb. cotton comfort batts............. 89c
254-lb. cotton comfort batts.....$1.15
All women’s corsets reduced.......
.......................... 20% off reg. price
One lot women’s $1.25 cotton union
suits at............................................ 89c
Women’s $1.75 wool and silk stock
ings, pair.................................... $1.39
One lot children’s shoes, sizes 2 to
7, the pair....................................... 95c
3-lb. cotton comfort batts.... ..... $1.29
One lot $3.50 to $5 oxfords on sale
One lot $4.50 to $8 french heel shoes
a pair......................................... $2.45
All women’s and children’s sweaters
reduced................ 25% off reg. price
All shoes not otherwise on special
sale reduced........ 10% off reg. price
36-inch inessaline and taffetas, $1.95
to $2.25 values on sale, yd...... $1.79
One lot women’s skirts on sale at
just........................................ t/2 price
One lot $1.25 children’s rompers 89c
One lot all-wool $3.75 to $4.50 coat
ings, the yd............................... $2.95
One lot $1.75 to $2.25 all-wool dress
goods, the yd............................ $1.49
Savings for Men Too!
All boys suits reduced
All men’s and boys’ underwear. 54 off
All sweaters, every style......................... 54
One lot $3.50 to $4.50 felt hats for nun, choice ........ $2.1
One lot men’s $12 to $16 logger shoes, lite pair........ $9.50
Rubber boots and shoes... ......................... 54 off reg. price
All men’s and boys’ shoes not otherwise on special
Bale............................................................. 10% off reg-, price
All men’s dress shirts reduced............ 20%
til men’s wool shirts reduced.............. 25%
U1 overcoats and mackinaws reduced 20%
All men’s dress trousers reduced.... 20%
One lot $1 and $1.25 silk ties, each
Men’s cloth hats reduced
Men’s wool caps...............
off reg. price
°ff ng. price
Notice is hereby given that the
dersigned administrator of tho
estate of W. J. Sherman, deceased,
has filed hi» final account in the
County Court of the State of Ore
gon for Lane County, and the Judge
Of said Court has fixed Monday,
January 29tli, 1923, at the hour of
10:00 o'clock a. m of said day as
tho time and the office of said
County Judge as the place for hear
ing said account, allowing and ap
proving tho same and of hearing
objections thereto, if auy. AU per
■on» having any objection to the
allowance and approval of said Fi
nal Account an* hereby notified
and required to make and filo ob
jections thereto on or before the
said date fixed for Mid hearing.
Dated this Sth day of January,
F. R. SUERMAN,
Administrator of the estate of
W. J. Sherman, deceased.
Ask us for literature exphuuiug
Many of these genuine clearance price reductions are for January
only and will not appear on sale at this store after next Wednesday.
Here is a partial condensed list of sale savings which are asking you
to act now.
In the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon for Lane County.
Stella Hake, Plaintiff, va Stan
ley Hake, Defendant.
To Stanley llake, Defeudaut:
In the name of the State of Ore
gon, you are hereby required to sp
pear and answer the complaint of
I the above-named plaintiff, in the
■ above entitled suit, In the above
j entitled Court and on file therein.
I on or about the 17th day of Febru
I ary, A. D. 1923, said date being six
weeks from the date of the first
publication of this summons, and if
you fail to answer, for want there
of, the plaintiff will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in
plaintiff's said complaint, which
said relief ia tor a decree of the
THE QUALITY store - good service
Court forever dissolving the star
riagc contract existing between the
plaintiff and the defendant, and for
such other and further reliux as to
the Court may seem just and equit
This summons is published in The
Cottage Grove Sentinel, a news
paper of general circulating, pub
lishod at Cottage Grove, Lane Coun
ty, Oregon, by and pursuant to an
order made by Hon. G. F. Skip
worth, Judge of tho above entitled
Court, dated January 4th, 1923, once
each week for six successive and
eousecutive weeks, the first publi
cation thereof being on the 5th day
of January, A. D. 1923, and the
last publication will be on the 16th
day of February. A. D. 1923.
HERBERT W. LOMBARD.
Attorney for plaintiff.
R. sh 1 o «* o and poatoffiee address:
against said estate are hereby re
quired to present the Mme to me
duly verified at Cottage Grove,
Oregon, within six months after
the date of this notice.
Dated January 5, 1923.
VIRGIL WHITE, ,
Administrator of the estate of
Alexander Cooley, deceased. I
j. e . Y oung ,
Attorney for estate.
j5f 2 '
IT'ó MUCH CHEAPER TO
P ay the pluhbers fee
THAN IT 1ST
WE WILL BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS
SATURDAY, JANUARY 27
Our new meat market will be oDen fn.-
day, .January 27. We are locaTd i. th
building on Main street and our shon is n** °iW Sent,nel
throughout with the latest ntaeh.nery re?^
appointments. We will carrv onlv th Fe^,gerat,on «nd
products and our service will be of h
kind that we have always nrnvSjf
as low in price as their quality w'i'll
ur. *ooda W>11 be
deliver at any hour of the day
P nU’ *nd We wi”
We shall be delighted to have vou ««11
«•ur plant and renew our former t>l«2 , . d lnsl>ect
the people of Cottage Grove
" Fela,it’"a with
ADMINISTRATOR • NOTICE
Notice is hereby given tfeat the
underaigned hat been duly appoint
ed by the County Court for Lane
County, Ort* gon. administrator of
the estate of Alesander Coosey, de
ceased. AU petrous .having claim»
Culver & Anderson, Proprietors