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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1923)
A Better Bank Service to You
It is becoming more and more evident that coopera
tion between the farmer, the business man, and the bank
is necessary to the most satisfactory growth of either.
It is the principle on which real results are accom-
We appreciate the business with which we are fa-
vored. The best, most helpful, friendly banking service
possible to be rendered is the expression of our appre
Bank of Cottage Grove
D. M. Hileman, of Lorane, was
'fined $12.50 in justice court in
Springfield Saturday on a charge
! of operating an automobile without
Mrs. Elbert Bede and adughter
were in Eugeue Thursday afternoon.
If you have an item of news,
' phone it to The Sentinel. Our num-
I bar is 159-J.
I Joe Perkins, of Cottage Grove,
was in Eugene Saturday on busi-
A ten-pouiid eon was born Jan-
uary 22 to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Try Mendenhall for watch repair
Guaranteed work, pre-war
prices. New Era Drug Store.
W. M. Flick spent Monday in
Eugene on business.
The ministerial certificate of Rev.
Harry B. Iler was filed in the
county clerk’s office Monday.
Your wants may be few—provid
ed you use Sentinel wantads.
The following officers were elect
ed Friday night at a meeting of
the literary society at The Cedars:
Mrs. Ellen McFarland, president;
H. D. Bemple, vice president; Alma
Hazel Ashby, chorister; Mrs. D. H.
Remple, organist; Charles McFar
Ralph Teeters, who is in the United
States Veterans Bureau hospital
there for treatment for spinal
trouble. Mr. Teeters returned Sun
day. Miss Myrtle, Mrs. Teeters and
baby Eleanor returned Wednesday.
EMIL GEORGE, FOURTEEN,
DIES FROM TYPHOID FEVER
Emil, 14-year-old sou of Mr. and
Mrs. William George, who live south
of the city, died at the home of his
parents early Wednesday morning
from typhoid. Funeral services will
be conducted from the Mills chapel
at 2 o’clock this afternoon with in
terment in the A. F. & A. M.-I. O.
O. F. cemetery.
Emil was born at Central Point
and came hore with his family about
five years ago. Had he lived until
March 28 he would have been 15
Rev. J. H. Ebert has gone to years of age. He is survived by
Los Angeles to attend the meetings the parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
conducted there by Dr. C. 8. Price George, two sisters, Mrs. Georgia B.
Used car bargains—1917 Bu and Mrs. McPhereson.
Shepard and Lois B. George, und
one brother, Carroll B. George.
ick six, 1920 Buick six, 1919
To our patrons and friends—
we wish to extend our hearty
appreciation of your patronage
during the many years of suc
cessful business in this city.
Mr. A. E. Dorff, who succeeds
us, is a competent baker and
solicits your business. Bender's
Our groceries and veg
etables are always the
best we can buy, yet our
^prices are no more than
you have often paid for
Mrs. Alico Richmond, of Eugene, Tulsa four, 1920 Oakland «ix.
SON NOT HEARD FROM SINCE
is spending a few days with her
Service Oarage, phone 75.
JULY 15; FOUL PLAY FEARED
daughter, Mrs. E. W. Armes.
Ernest Kurre has accepted a posi
No need to be in want—use a
Deputy Sheriff Green Pitcher is
tion with the Mountain States Power
assisting Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Mc
Co., having resigued as instructor
D. H. Kempel left Wednesday for in the Lynx Hollow school. Louis
Guire, who live east of this city,
Dallas to visit his father, G. J. Kindt, until recently a student at
in the search for their son, Clifton,
Rempel, who is quite ill.
aged 23 years, whe has not been
the University of Oregon, has taken
Mendenhall can fix your watch. up the position at Lynx Hollow.
heard from since July 25 when he
New Era Drug Store.
was -working at Camp 7 at Powers.
Mrs. C. W. Wolfe and children
The young man had written reg
E. 8. Pieser, of Stayton, returued left Monday for Baker where they
ularly at least once each month up
home Wednesday after a visit here will live on a homestead which they
to that time, according to his par
at the home of his sister, Mrs. John own.
ents, who fear he uiay have met
See Woodson Brothers for Ford
with foul play. In company with
J. E. Woodson has gone to Port motor overhauling, reduced prices.
a friend, who owned an automobile,
land to take a course in automobile
McGuire had planned to
day night from a trip to Roseburg.
drive to Idaho in the fall.
WHAT IS IT that is caus
Poultrymen—Figure with us on
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Reutle, of San
ing all that trouble with your baby ehick supplies. Sterling Francisco,
MEN'S MEETING IMPORTANT
are visiting with Mr.
Rentle’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
IN CITY’S RELIGIOUS LIFE
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Martin and William Rentle.
ARE THE EYE MUSCLES Mrs.
—Just bite into one of our
McElroy, of Eugene, were Sun
A meeting of importance in the
Filipino students of the U. of O.
following those laws laid di.y guests of Mr. and Mrs. David will
delicious Dough Nuts and religious life of the community was
down by nature?
Cottage Grove residents on Friday you’ll want them on the ta held Sunday afternoon in the Pres
Mrs. George Knowles and little evening, January 26, at 8 o’clock at
ble every meal—and every bylerian church, when about 15 men
ARE THEY WORKING in Georgette
gathered at the invitation of Rev.
Knowles went to Salem the Christian church. The program day they are fresh.
harmony and without strain? Wednesday to visit Mrs. Knowles will be composed of an instrumental
A. R. Spearow to give their reasons
fob not joining some church. A
concert by the Filipino 7 piece string
They are even lower than that of 1914. 1 have just
ARE YOUR EYE NERVES sister, Mrs. W. A. White.
most profitable discussion consumed
orchestra, and an illustrated lecture
received a nice lot of bicycles and you will find my
being exhausted and irri City Transfer.
an hour and a half of time and
tf on ‘ ‘ The Philippines of Today. ’ ’
prices the lowest in Lane county. Make your dollars
tated by the natural demand
E. A. Schrepel, formerly of this
earn the most. Buy your bicycle NOW while 1 have a
the men present, who asked that
inade upon them by some city, was in the city Saturday from chestra, quartets of mandolins,
the meeting be continued on the
nice stock to pick from and the prices so low.
ukelele and guitars, steel guitar so
form of eye strain that you Corvallis.
following Sunday. Others interested
have? 1 shall be pleased to
Mayor Andrew Brund, and Ex lo and guitar duet will be the main
have been invited to be present.
feature. The entertainment will be
set your mind at rest OU Mayor George O. Knowles and oth free and everyone is invited. jl9 26c Mr. aud Mrs. Roy Erickson and The hour of meeting is 4 o’clock.
Ray Kerr, who is working in Eu day from Portland. Mrs. Erickson CONDON STUDENT LOAN
for a meeting with forestry offic
spent the week end here at »as formerly Miss Anna Lindstrom.
REMEMBER there is no ials regarding the setting aside of gene,
FUND INCREASED BY $500
certain property on Herman creek the home of his mother, Mrs. Sarah
Why pay for two or three days’
guess work in my methods. as
a permanent watershed for the Kerr.
rental t Batteries fully charged in 8
A gift of $500 has been made to
F. E. MENDENHALL OPENS
MY YEARS OF EXPERI city. Ot their return they stopped W. H. Blair went to Lowell Mon hours at Bradley Service Station, the Condon loan fund of the Uni HAND AND SAUERS MEET
IN THI8 CITY FEBRUARY 3
WATCH REPAIRING SHOP
versity of Oregon by Mrs. R. 8.
ENCE plays the important legislative sessions in the interests son Frank.
Bean, of Portland. The Condon
part in each case.
of the proposed armory measure.
Local fans will have an oppor
F. E. Mendenhall hus arrived
fund was established a number of
Tuesday on business.
tunity to see Ralph Hand, local from Harrisburg and opened a shop
We have a full line of tires and li
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Mrs. Ivan Witcher returued to years ago by Mrs. Beau and her middleweight, in action against Pete for watch and jewelry rupuiriug in
tubes. Our prices are right. Bradley
her home in Portland Tuesday, af- sister, Mrs. Ellen C. McCormack, Sauers at tho armory in this city the New Era drug store. Mr. Men
tor visiting with Mr. Witcher’s par daughter of Dr. Thomas Condon, Saturday night, February 3, when denhull visited here last week with
first head of the university geology
Mrs. I. M. Tanner, of Salmon,
ents, Mr. and Mre. J. C. Witcher.
will wrestle a handicap match in
department, in whoso memory tho Sauers will attempt to throw Hand his daughter, Miss Katherine Men
Notice—I am leaving Cottage fund was made. Tho two women two times in 75 minutes. Sauers, denhall, und was so impressed with
the armory at Cottage Grove
her sister, Mrs. E. E. Finnen.
Grove soon. Anyone desiring me to have contributed to the fund from who is a pupil of Farmer Burns, Cottage Grove that he decided to
Mrs. J. W. Eddy and son Volney
do photo work for them must come time to time until it now amounts held tho light heavyweight eliamp- enter business. Tho rest of tho fam
Oregon left Saturday for Sacramento, where
or make an appointment right away. to $1350. Both are graduates of ionship of tho world until Wednes ily will arrive later.
they will make their home and
A. L. Monroe, Monroe Studio. jl9-26 the university.
day night, when he lost to Ted Thy.)
where Mr. Eddy went a few weeks Sauers agrees to throw Hand two
in Portland, but many fans believe
Xf you liko the editorials, tell your
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Wilson are
times in 75 minutes or lose the
ago to locate.
SauerB is the best num und thin friends about them, and help to
FORMER SAGINAW WOMAN
match and Cottage Grove fans both suffering with influenza.
Watch the label on your paper.
DIES IN CALIFORNIA Thye will wear the belt only until make thorn bear fruit.
will see a slashing go. Sauers
Miss Ruth DeLong bought a new
he goes to the mat with the Ne
E. J. Howe has installed a new is a pupil of Farmer Burns and Ford touring car and Gladys Chap
Mrs. Alico Powell, until five years braska boy again.
electric stove in his candy factory. a brother of George Barnes, well man a new Ford coupe of Woodsoil
W. O. W. NOTICE.
Sauers is also a brother of Geoige
ago a resident of Saginaw, died at
George Crawford bought a Mit known here.
»----------------------------- ----- chell touring car through the Earl
There will be one good amateur
Lodge No. 260, W. O. W. will
If you want a house finished up Lakeport, Calif., Jan. 13, aged 7j
nestling preliminary, and a fast to suit your taste, see us. We have years and four months. Mrs. Powell July 4, last, and will probably want have a social evening ut their hall
Motor company Thursday.
leaves the following children:
Robert Earl, former high school
Moving and storage. Phone 99. boxing exhibition of four 3-min- one under construction. S. L. God George, OtiB, James Powoll and Mrs. every likelihood that Cottuge Grove on Tuesday, January 30. Woodmen
student here, was in the city Tues City Transfer.
. jl9c Fred Waring, all of California, fans will see a slashing go when anil their families are urged to be
tf pte rounds.
Prices, including war tax;
day on business from Eugene.
present. Bring basket lunch, Good
Mrs. L. A. Miller left for home Sherman of Doer lodge, Mont. anc. these twj bone crushers tangle.
Ned Irwin spent the week end in Ringside, $2.20; reserved, $1.65;
music, fine program and other
Galloway for insurance, 511 Main. Eugeno.
Îeneral, $1.10; children, 55. Get a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loe Thomason of Dorena.
A used Studebaker seven-pas
Elbert Bede spent the week end
ickets in advance at Eagle Mrs. Charles Bharon at Walker.
R. B. HANNA,
senger car was sold Monday to at home from Salem where he is Cigar
scheduled to precede tho main event.
A. P. Reports Given U. of O.
C. W. BURGE,
Arthur Norman by Nelson’s Service readirg clerk in the lower house of
J. W. Stephenson returned to his
University of Oregon, Eugene,
W. N. HUBBELL, Com.
home in Halsey Friday after visit Jan. 23.—The University of Oregon Low Fares for High School Delegates
the state legislature.
T. L. Graves, of Bandon, is here
school of journalism has received a
A wantad will rent your house.
WOOD BIDS WANTED.
visiting at the home of Mr. and
Have you something you don’t son.
gift of the annual reports of the Jan. 23.—(Special).—Contingent up
The A. W. Turnblad family mov want*
on the registration of 150 delegates,
Mrs. Smith Bailey. Mrs. Bailey is
Cottage Grove cannery wants
an aunt of Mr. Graves and is the ed to Harrisburg Saturday, Mr. a buyer for it.
tf can make it well* New Era Drug years, the donor being Frank Jenk the Southern Pacific company and
the Union Pacific Railway company bids on 100 cords of 4-foot wood
only living momber of Mr. Graves Turnblad having bought a butcher
shop in that eity.
will grant a rate of a fare and a delivered at plant, one- half by June
accompanied by her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Pearl Beckman arrived Fri The gift will be a valuable addi half to those who attend the annual 15, 1923, and balance on or before
Rev. and Mrs. Sidney Love, of Mrs. Harry Winther, of Eugene, went
tion to the school of journalism
United States, Kelly Springfield
and Lancaster tires and tire service Los Angeles, visited on Thursday to Portland Sunday to spend the at the homes of her brother, George library which has one of the most meetings of the High School Press July 15, 1923. Bids will be eonsid-
of last week at the H. B. Iler home. week visiting at the home of Miss
complete collections of books on association and the Association of oi ed for entire quantity or uny frac
at Nelson’s Service Station.
Tolman at Dorena.
journalism among schools of jour High School Presidents and Secre tion thereof. Let bids state whether
Mrs. Amanda Stoneman has filed
Star automobiles were delivered
taries to be held at the University old growth or second growth, split
suit in circuit court for divorce
Mrs. E. R. Spencer, of Eugene, this week to R. L. Wright, E. R. im listn.
of Oregon, February 2 and 3. It ie or limb, and quantity of each, and
from her husband, Edward Stone
is visiting this week at the home Wiese, R. H. Mosby and Frank W
expected that the attendance will whether or not. a loin quantity will
Sheep Are Killed Maliciously.
of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Godard.
be furnished than amount stilted in
Some person has been killing exceed 150 delegates.
White 4 Powell will not deliver
Moving and storage. Phone 99.
High school delegates may reg bid. Special consideration will bo
The condition of Mrs. H. J. sheei • ji from the J. H. Hawley sheep
milk hereafter in the evening. Cus
tf Jorgensen is improved since she suf in tl
the Cerro Gordo pastures, Mr. istor for the convention February 1. given bids where part may be paid
tomers can get milk in the evening We have in a shipment of
Miss Hallie Willits went to Grants fered a stroke of paralysis early in Hawley reports, a number of the Additional registration is scheduled in cannery stock. Bids to be openod
at the Elite.
bright yellow corn. Best Pass Sturday to visit at the home the week.
dead animate having been fouud in Johnson Hall on the rumpus oil at 8 p. m. February 5, 1923. The
The Eugene members of Akola quality we have received of Miss Fleets Turner, who had
Mrs. Herbert Eakin had her recently. Whoover is doing the kill February 2 from 8 to 9 a. m. The right to reject any or all bids is
hereby reserved. Address all bids
sanctorium of the Orientals will
been here visiting at the Willits tonsils removed in Eugene last week. ing is not doing bo with the inten program will begin at 9:15 a. in.
to Cottage Grove Cannery, Cottage
visit the Cottage Grove members of for a long time and our home. She will, remain away for a
tion of using the meat for all of
Watch the label on your paper.
prices are right,
Get our week or longer.
the organization at the next meet
tho animals have been left.
ing of the order in February. The prices for ton lots.
Raymond Veatch came home from Monday evening to visit with Mrs. Hawley is offering a reward for
uniformed patrol of the Orientals |
Albany over the week end to visit Romaine’s parents, Dr. and Mrs. information leading to the arrest
and the Eugene Odd Fellows ’ band
of the guilty party or parties.
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. W. Kime.
will accompany the delegation and
parade the streets.
Telegraph Office Open Feb. 1.
The home of the Exide battery,
The property of the estate of
The Postal Telegraph office will
Those having egg carriers whieh
at Bradley Service Station.
Susie Kern, deceased, is valued at be open for service February 2, the
have been left with egg deliveries
Mrs. D. H. Hemenway is improv $1500, according to the inventory manager, Mrs. J. P. Graham, an
are requested to return them to the
the appraisers, George F. Gar- nounced yesterday. Attractive quar
■tores from which they came or
M. L. Faulkner, former manager has confined her to her home for outte,
1 have opened a watch hospital in the New Era drug
Welcome Hubbell and Ben ters are being fitted up in a room
leave them where delivery can piek of Berry ’s branch musie and furni more
than a week.
store. If your watch is sick, or not giving you proper
jamin Thrasher, filed in probate on the Sixth street «ide of the new
them up. A. C. Anderson, j26-f9c ture «tore in thia city, was here
Mrs. W. 8. Shearer, formerly of court.
Kem building. Wiring will be done
service, bring it in and 1 will tell you its trouble and
Mrs. Dot Raekeloff returned to from Junction Qty Monday. Mr.
eity but who has been in Port
Your heme newspaper is first en next Wednesday.
what it will cost to repair it and if you want me to
her home at Florence Sunday, after and Mrs. Faulkner will remain on this
titled to your support.
a visit with the Judson Allen their ranch near Junction City for moving her household
repair it, all right, and if not at least we shall get
Miss Margaret Scott, who is at-
First Debates Feb. 2.
two months, planning to return then
acquainted. I shall give you high grade work at pre-war
eott, Oregon, where
t--------- Mr. Shearer is tending the University of Oregon,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Banburg ar
t< become superintendent of came up from Eugene and spent negative debate team meets the
prices. 1 expect to build my business on the quality of
rived Wednesday from Outario, themselves.
Lumber mills. She has the week end at the homo of her Creswell high school affirmative
my work, which I guarantee.
Used Fords and Dodges from *90 been visiting
Canada, to visit with Mr. Brand
with Harry and W. great aunt, Mrs. Catharine Bader.
team here February 2. On the same
burg’s uncle, Charles Sharon, of up, all in good repair. Terms given C. Shearer of Dorena.
I SHALL, A LITTLE LATER, PUT IN A STOCK
Let Mendenhall repair your wateh. date tho Cottage Grove affirmative
if desired. Nelson’s Service Station.
OF WATCHES, CIXM'KS AND JEWELRY
meets the Eugene negative at Eu
No matter what you want in New Era Drug Store.
KINDLY TELL YOUR NEIGHBORS AND OBLIGE.
printing, get it at The Senitnel. Miss Eunice VanDenburg, Miss gene.
------------------------ Yours Respectfully----------------- ------
8. L. Godard is not building a Bethel Gowdy, Ren Sanford and Dr.
Ex Nun Win Speak.
bungalow at Second and Quincy H. A. Hagen motored to Eugene
Sister Mary Angel, ex-nun, will
streets for 8. L. Mackin, as was Tuesday night, bringing back C. H.
stated last week, but is putting up VanDenburg, who had been there speak at the Christian church twice
Saturday, at 2 o’clock to women
the house as an investment and on business.
only, and in tho evening at 7:30 to
plans to sell it.
Dr. W. E. Lebow was in Eugene the general public.
We will have a car load of sugar here next week at a
Allen Adney and George Mitchell, Saturday evening on business.
cheaper price, better wait and get our prices when car
Exide batteries and service at
Neet Buys Business Building.
ing with the Mountain States Power Nelson’s Service Station. Recharg
Harry Neet has purchased from
company crew, returned to that ing 75c and *1.
the Bader estate the building which
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ralston and
occupies with the Elite con-
Moving and storage. Phone 99. two sons, Stewart and James, re he
and grill. The deal was
tf turned to their home in Albany Sun concluded last
We have the finest cured hams thia week that you have
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Thurber re day night, after visiting at the
ever taated at 32c per pound, and with each ham pur
chased Saturday we will give you one dozen nice fresh
A Caustic Come Back
Saturday, after a visit at the home L. Stewart. Mrs Ralston eanie up
As the guards were about to lead
Mr. L. E. LAXTON WILL GIVE A MOVING PICTURE
of Mr. Thurber’s uncle, E. J. Howe. Thursday but Mr. Ralston and their
the condemned prisoner away the
ILLUSTRATED LECTURE ON POULTRY CULLING,
The George Scott family spent the
lawyer who had defended him came
week end in Eugene visiting rel day, making the trip by aatomobile. up.
AND RAISING AND CARE OF BABY CHICKS IN
See Woodson Brothers for Ford
“I’m sorry I couldn’t do more
THE OLD COMMERCIAL CLUB ROOMS ON
Why let your ear go neglected motor overhanling, reduced prices.
for you, old man,’’ he said sympa
when we have a modern shop with
George Tenter» and daughter. Miss thetieally as he sadly shook hands.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1923, AT 7:30 O'CLOCK
The Store That Appreciates Your Trade
competent mechanic in charge that Myrtle and Mrs. Ralph Teeters and
“Don’t mention it, sir,” the pris
eaa do the work right at a fair small daughter Eleanor went to oner rejoined, “Ain’t five years
price. Nelson’s Service station. j20e Portland Saturday for a visit with enough?*’
In Your Eyes
Don’t Wait for Lower Prices on
The Cottage Grove
Harry Rentle’s Bicycle Shop
Ralph Hand-Pete Sauers
D. J. Scholl
Saturday, February 3
1 Tales of the Town
STERLING FEED CO.
Something of Interest to All
F. L Mendenhall, Watchmaker
Ham and Eggs