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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1923)
Jan. 22.—Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Fishar, newlyweds, were given
oid fashioned chivaree at the
of Mr. Fishar’■ parents Thursday
evening. After congratulations and
best wishes, games und dancing en
tertained till a bte hour.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Strong, of
Eugene, spent Suuday with Mr. aud
Mrs. Wm. Slater.
S. E. Dresser and family, of
Comstock, spent Saturday night and
Sunday with I. N. Dresser.
Sunday guests at the Frank
Mackie home were Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Jackson, Mrs. A. B. Wol
ford and Mrs. E. T. Hartley.
J. N. Campbell, who is quite
weak from a long illness was taken
to Eugene for treatment Tuesday.
Bud Porter, Wyman Beane and
Marion Lebow have been getting
out timbor and building a bridge
Mr. and Mrs. Lowry England, of
Dorana, spent Sunday with the
Marion Lebow family.
J. V. Phillips, manager of the
Ajax Lumber company, of Eugene,
was in the neighborhood on business
one day this week.
Otis Briggs and family spent
Sunday at Harrisburg visiting rel
stives and friends.
Going Out of
Entire Stock to Be Sold at Public Sale
Saturday, January 27th, at 9 a. m
THE DOORS SWING OPEN FOR YOU TO SEE WHAT THIS MONSTER
1 CLOSING OUT SALEÌ
means to every person and to every family in Yoncalla and surrounding territory
—of hardware, furniture, implements,
stoves, ranges, guns, tools, rugs, lino
leum, mattresses, wall paper, paint,
trunks, suit cases, phonographs, silver
ware, cutlery, De Laval cream separa
tors—in fact everything we sell will be
sacrificed for quick disposal in this
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Jan. 23.—Mrs Gladys Chapman
has a new Ford coupe.
Ebia Sears was out of school
Monday and Tuesday on account
Mrs. Lloyd Smith, of the Grove,
■pent Thursday at tho home of her
mother, Mrs. Julia Ashby.
Mrs. Julia Ashby spent Sunday
in Eugene visiting her nephew,
Marion Horning. Mrs. Ashby found
him very much improved.
Miss Haxol Ashby wont to Eugene
Tuesday to stay with her cousin,
Mr. David Remple left Wodnes
day for Dallas, Ore., to visit his
father, Mr. D. H. Rumple, who is ill.
The literary will bo postponed
until Friday February 2.
Your choice of either HOUSE
BROOMS worth over $1.00
fancy SHOPPING BASKETS, I1 JIB
values to $2.00, for..................... IW
—just 100 brooms and baskets in the
lot, to the first 100 people making a
purchase of $2.00 or over. Limit, one
only to a customer or family.
body—It’sAa real sale
Of course you would, aud by going this
way you will Bee 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 Carriso 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
▲sk your local ticket agent for LOW
ROUND TRIP and ONE WAY FARES,
time tables and descriptive folders or
JOHN M SCOTT
General Paaaengcr Agent, Portland, Ore.
Croas U S A.'*
Sale continues daily until entire stock
is sold. Come every day. Buy now and
save!—save: Big specials every day.
Sale for cash only.
The greatest hardware and implement
sale Oregon has ever known. A real
sale for farmers, carpenters, builders,
mechanics. A sale for every housewife.
I Stearns & Chenoweth
WOULDN’T YOU LIKE TO—
—GO EAST THROUGH
"Th* Sunshine Way
OPENING DAY SPECIAL
TO CLOSE OUT
Sharon home left Saturday for Oak
land, Calif., where her husband has
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Campbell
came Monday from Roseburg and
are visiting at the Adney home.
Mr. aud Mrs. O. Knight spent
Sunday in Eugene nt the home of
their da lighter, Mrs. Robert Elliott.
Mrs. D. F. Pettet and children
went to Eugene Suuduy to see Mr.
1‘ettet, who ib in the hospital there.
J. F. Adney and daughter Alnia 1
went out to their place at Drain 1
Mrs. A. E. Scott visited Friday
afternoon nt the C. C. Moody home. -
(Special to The entinal)
C. E. Whiteley spent Bunday eve
Jan. 24.—Harry Jarrett and wifo
and little girl, of Springfield, vi»- uiug at the S -.ott homo.
ited Sunday at S. H. Jarrett ’■ home.
Mr. and Mr». J. F. Adney and
Alma wer» in Eugene Friday.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Mr». Campbell and little daughter
Jan. 24.—Mrs. John Cherry and I
of Dorena, were at the Bart John
children aud Mrs. James Powell and I
■ton home Tuosday.
Mr». Jennie Miller and children, children of London, spent Sunday
whohav»been»tajung at the Chsui afternoon with Mrs. T. J. Clark.
Stearns & Chenoweth
BOW BI V EJi.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Jan. 24.—Mrs. Robert Wisert and
Clyde Chase went to Redding, Cal.,
Saturday to attend the funeral of
Mrs. Leeton Wowen-i went to
Marshfield Saturday for a visit
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pleuard and
children spent the week end at their
home in the Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. William Patton, of
the Grove, visited Mrs Patton’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Me
Miss Alice Thrum spent several
days last week with her sister, Mrs.
Wm. Vaughn, in the Grove.
Carl McColum visited Monday
and Tuesday with his sister, Mrs.
Mrs. G. 8. Ward, of Dorena, spent
Friday with her daughter, Mrs. Al
Carl McColum and Miss Jessie
Ferguson have passed the eighth
grade mid-yead examinations.
Mrs. J. B. Mosby and children
visited one day bat week with Mrs.
Charles Pleuard Jr. had his ad
noids removed Wednesday by Dr.
Dyott in the Grove.
Elmer McColum aud Ralph Pleu
ard attended the show in the Grove
Mrs. Labella Stewart is in a Eu
gene hospital, where she has under
gone an operation.
Mr. aud Mrs. G. J. Kappauf and
Mrs. G. M. Kebelbeck were Grove
Abner Gilerist after a ten days'
visit with his brother and swter
has returned to his work at Du us-
NEVER—AT ANY TIME
Yoncalla, Ore. «- down in prices
net; in good condition. Price, $18.
Abo a Christian Science hymnal;
leather covers, full gilt edges. Price,
$1.50. Mrs. D. W. McKinney, 1243
children. Eliminates darning. Sal-
ary $50 a week full time, »1 an hour
spare time. Experience unnecessary,
: International stocking Mills, Norns-
Watkins Products Here
MBS. J. Q. A. YOUNG IS ENT1TL- WILL TRADE 105 ACRES LONG
ed to free wautad for three issues.
__ bottom for Cottage Gruie
We handle a full line of the genuine J. R. Watkins
Present this notice within 10 days, residence, value $4,000.
products—extracts, spices, liniments and toilet articles.
boo announcement at the huad of Hays,
All mail orders promptly delivered any place in the city.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
NOTICE—I AM LEAVING COT
Jan. 23.—Mr». E. J. Leuui and OLD BAGS WANTED—NOTHING
tago Grove soon. Anyone desiring
son Cyrus, of the Grove, were out
less than 2 feet square. Must be mo to do photo work for them
to the James Bedford home Wed clean aud of material that will ab must come at once or make an ap
74 ) south Sixth street, Cottage Grove, Oregon. j26f!6p
sorb gasoline; old underclothing, pointment right away. A. L. Mon-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward and flannels and the like preferred. Can rce, Monroe Studio.
“Grandma” Lawson came Wednes not use old socks, mercerised or
day from Talent because of the hard surface goods or small pieces WANTED—WORK BY YOUNG
illness of ‘ * Grandma ’ ’ Lawson.
lady. Phone 2UF-4.
of any kind. We want the best rags
Mr». Mary Robinson of Cottage aud puy the best price, 5 cents im
Grove came out Friday to visit pound. The Sentinel.
sale. E. J. Sears, Delight Valley.
over the week end with the Durkee
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL-| Phone 35F 22.
A number of the young people
lege White Leghorn baby chix
gathered at the hall Friday even from 1500 selected hens mated to
rowed my steel-beam, 12-inch
ing for a party. Every one preseut male» with records of 260-280 be
reports a moat enjoyable tune.
hind them. Abo 300 trap-nested 2- plow please let me know where it
Mrs. Pearl Beckman came Friday aud 3-year-old heua, none of which is as I need it. Edwin Tullar. j26c
from Sumner, Wash., and ia visit have records of less than 200 eggs NEW STANDARD PIANO, WON
ing her brother, George Tollman.
either in their PULLET or SECOND
derful tone; guaranteed 10 long
The ladies of the neighborhood year.
Breeding cockereb, »ires’ years; only »350; $25 cash, »10 a
gave a miscellaneous shower Satur dam 298-307. Write the Chief Bird month. Will trade you a piano or
day afternoon in honor of Mrs. for free catalog. Busch Poultry phonograph for your piauo or will
The Farm, Junction City, Ore.
John Teeters, a recent bride.
d2Vf2p pay you the cash. Eugene Music
Teeters was the recipient of many
BOOKING ORDERS FOB SINGLE Shop, Eugene, Ore. Ninth Street
beautiful aud useful gifts.
comb Whito Leghorn baby chicks Music Store.
George Whitley was a business
of the O. A. C. and Hollywood FOR RENT—FIVE ROOM HOUSE
visitor in Eugene Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. England and »train», from 2-year-old tented hens,
partly furnished. See Roy Leon
children visited in Lynx Hollow layen of large whito egg», mated to ard at First National Bank. j26f9pd
cockerel» from dams with record» of
Mrs. C. D. VanValm pblined a 270 to 208 egg»; »15 per 100. Mr». ALMOST NEW PIANO FOR SALE
delightful surprise in honor of her Waldo Miller, Cottage Grove, Ore..
cheap. Inquire Sentinel office. j26c
husband Saturday evening when she Diaaton, Route, phone 1F18. jStfc
SALE—COMPLETE J. I.
eutertained a number of friends, the
Caso threshing outfit, consisting
occasion being Mr. VanVaiin ’a birth FOR SALE—134 ACRE FARM 1
miles south of Cottage Grove; 40 of traction engine, 15 h. p.; »teel
Among those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Lot Wagner and chil acres »own to grain; good improve siparator 28x50; water tank and
dren, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Van ments, cows, hones and farming ma pump, $950. Or will sell engine
Put your money in a Star car
Hchoiack, Mr. and Mrs. Poquette, chinery, grain and hay. Priced to i-epnrately for »650.
Mr. and Mr». 8. A. Monteith ana
Mr. aud Mrs. Thomason.
MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD »25 RKiVLBD FOR INFORMA
farm property; 7 per cent. W. B.
tion lending to conviction of the
, Havo you something you don’t Cooper, 774 Willamette street, Eu parson who is maliciously shooting1
TrXurer W W VLirai S'cE"*ry- **• F H.bem«n'"
want! A Sentinel wantad will find gene, Ore.
jH 26 goats. J. H. Hawley 5-F1’«. j26-f9p
Ph)1 U1“"”“ «'
someone who does want it.
GOOD PIANO FOR RENT. CALL MARE AND COLT TO EX
Londoi «ture, 11-F12.
change for goats or cattle. J. H
io tSe pioli*" ì'iuLn'i "iòio"™
Hawley 5 F12,
1 COTTAGE, 5-ROOM, H ACRE,
$400; lit« acre«, 9-room buuga BABY
low, »mall barn, now chicken hou»e
■train, 14 cent»; 500 for »65 A
Bomewhore in the wautad column | tc accommodate 350 or more hen», Woolcott 22F5.
will be found the name of some res about 240 April hatched pullets, 5
ident of the Cottage Grove country.
on thè iloor
haU, furnished for light house
That person is entitled to a free: creek, (1700. H. L. Fowler, Cottage
wantad for three issue«, if he or she Grove, Ore.
j!2 26p keeping- Mr». P. J. Btonebitrg. 336
presents copy for the same within
north H street.
10 dsvs from the date of this paper FOR SALE—WOOD SAW MA
rar load. ' *
ordirà and depoMta ori another
I A uew name will be selected at ran
chine in No. 1 condition; operat
dom each week, and this method of ed by gasoline engine. Will »ell —400 egg. used one season, »25.
creating interest in the wantads will cheap if takoa at once. Call at 3t> 1000 baby ehick New Town Blue
be continued for several months.
jl»f2pd »lame brooder »18. Abo trapnesta.
I hone 5 F33 or write J JI. Calhoun
APPLES AT 50 AND 60 CENTS SCRAP LUMBER FOR HALE AT Cottage Grove, Ore.
a box; one mile east of Creswell.
»5 per M at W G. Allen '» mill at
Bring boxes. E. 8. Harding. jl2 26p I at ham
jlStfe FOR SALE—24 WHITE LEGHORN
hen» and 16 foil blooded Rhode
WANTED- MEN OR WOMEN TO FOB BALE—4-OCTAVE CHAPEl. Island Red pullets. B M Prince
take orders for genuine guaran-
organ suitable for school purposes house 1632 south Sixth street. call
| toed hosiery for met, women and ( Has writing desk and filing eabi after 5 p. ss.
Earl T. Dwigans
Long & Cruson