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the crop up and the insect down.
Progressive farmers generally suffer
less from insect damage than their
less progressive neighbors.
Smut treatment by copper car
bonate dust demiuds a high grade
Surgeon General of U. S. Army of material to be effective, and an
Places Reserve Group at U. of
adequate method of application that
will cover every kernel. Dusting tho
o. Branch in Portland.
material on by shoveling over is not
sufficient. The O. A. C. experiment
University of Oregon, Eugene, station
Jan. 30—The establishment of a be treated in some that
tight box or
general hospital unit with a com hopper that can be rotated
plete complement of reserve offi churn.
cers, enlisted personnel and nurses
« • •
at the University of Oregon school
Early plowing of sod land is ad
of medicine in Portland has been visable in February and March in
authorized by the surgeon general western Oregon, where there is opeu
of the army, according to advices weather. Plowing of clover and oth
just received from Washington. The er
sod offers opportunity for decay
unit will be known as General Hos
and should result in better
pital No. 46, and will be available action
yields. For intensive crops, as po
for service in time of emergency.
other cash crops, it will
A reserve officers training corps, tatoes to or
plow shallow in late winter
in which medical students are pay
to start decay action, and then plow
trained in military hygiene, medi three
four inches deeper several
cine and surgery, was recently es- weeks or
before the soil settles.
tablished at the school of medicine,
• • •
With the organization of the hospi-
be killed out by
tai unit, the school of medicine is
prepared to do its part effectively plowing deeply with a sharp plow.
are the days of 9c prices. For the
should the army call for its services.
Disking before plowing at this
Lieutenant-Colonel W. A. Powell, season is less necessary, and is usu
first time in years we are able to
U. 8. Medical Corps, retired, has
offer a large number of real 9c
been assigned to conduct the train ally undesirable.• • •
bargains—every one of which is
ing. Students who take the four-
Experienced buyers of vegetable
year R. O. T. C. course are eligible seed
a real old fashioned value.
for gardening choose standard
for first lieutenancies in the medi varieties and specify their wants in
Needless to say, we have looked
manner as to get what they
During the world war base hospi such a and
accept no inferior substi
forward to and made great prepa
tal No. 46 was organized at the want
tutes. No gardener who prides him
school of medicine, and officers, self
rations for this outstanding sale
on any vegetables grown can
enlisted men and nurses who com be satisfied with a mere request
event. It is to your advantage to
posed the unit served in France for for carrot or beet seed or a packago
make the most of this buying
more than a year. The hospital was of cabbage or corn seed. Vegetable
financed by the Elks lodge, the or varieties are as well defined as ap- '
opportunity which we have
der donating $60,066 toward its
brought to you.
varieties or the different breeds
equipment. The unit was under the pie
hogs. Why dilly dally along with
command of the late Lieutenant- of
a variety of seed of unknown value
Put a circle around the date on
Colonel Robert Yeuuey, who was
you can get varieties of proved
your kitchen calendar or tie a cord
professor of medicine in the medical when
worth I A recommended list of hor
on your little finger — just to re
ticultural varieties of vegetables
hospital rendered distinguished ser will bo sent to any grower sending
member this sale of sales.
vice and Colonel Yunuey was deco a request to tho Clerical Exchange,
rated in recognition of his services. O. A. C., Corvallis, Ore.
The unit included, among others,
a number of the faculty of the
Wonder If She Did?
school of medicine who held rank
Considerable publicity was re
as follows: Major Richard B. Dille- cently
to an unusual inci
hunt, Major Robert Louis Benson, dent. A accorded
in a neighboring town
Major Laurence Selling, Major Wil fell from lad
liam 8. Knox, Major Ralph A. Fen vertebrae a of tree his and neck.
ton, .Major O. B. Wright and Lieu rushed to a hospital and the
tenant Arthur 8. Rosenfeld. A num readjusted and in * fevfr weeks
ber of other members of the medical was as good as new. On his return
school faculty saw service in other to school his teacher told him he
units. All of these men will be eli must bring a written excuse for his
gible for enrollment in the officer absence from ouo of his parents.
personnel of general hospital No. 46. The
next day the teacher received
a note signed by the mother and
reading as follows: “Please excuse
A Verbal Barrage.
Johnny for being out of school for
DB. A. W. KIME
the last three weeks. He fell from
tho talkative barber, poising hiB
Specialist in Obstetrics
a tree and broke his neck. By doing
Will care for confinements at his
the same you will oblige.”
horns if dosired. Special nurse if re
quired. Phones: office, 34; res. 126J tomer, “as soon as your gas attack
Another Way of Taking It.
Ministei - and Churches of City Co
is over.”—Traveler’s Beacon.
Two health enthusiasts were dis
H. W. TITU8, D. M. D.
operate to Give Biblical Litera
cussing methods, when one of them
ture and Philosophy.
said: “You still take your morning
Modern equipment. First National
bath, do youl I”
Bank building. Hours, 9 to 12 and
miss it, my boy,” replied
1 to 6. Evenings and Sundays by
University of Oregon, Eugene,
appointment. Office phone, 10; res
Jan. 30, 1923—(Special.)—Tho re the other. ‘ ‘ Sometimes I take it
idence phone, 158-Y.
cently organized Council of Religion hot, sometimes cold, and when I’m
of the University of Oregon is of in a rush I take it for granted. ’ ’
DB. W. E. LBBOW
fering three courses in religion this
Wanted Smaller Job.
winter to students wishing to con
Albert’s mother had been watch
Office Fifth and Main. Hours, 8:30 SHORTHAND
tinue their study of Biblical litera
to 12 and 1 to 5:30. Evenings and
ture and the philosophy of religion. ing him squirm as he studied his
Sundays by appointment. Phones:
The courses are designed to give the next church lesson. Finally she
office 35, residence 134-Y.
student a comprehensive understand inquired: “What’s the matter, Al
ing of religion and are of university berti”
DR. O. E. FROST
‘ ‘ Oh mother, ’ ’ he burst out,/ ‘ this
according to members of
Office in Lawson builring
catechism is awfully hard. Isn’t
Bev. W. H. L. Marshall, pastor there a kittychism I could study I ’ ’
Ask for Our Free Catalog
of the Congregational church of Eu-
And Then, Beware!
gene is offering a course in the
A motorist on entering the state
GA VEN O. DYOTT, M. D.
outlines of tho philosophy of re
Physician and Burgeon
ligion. Students in this class aro of Connecticut is handed a caid
X-ray work in all its branches. Eve
meeting twice a week, Tuesday and which lists a set of rules for tho
nings by appointment.
afternoons. The general safety and convenience of every
A. E. ROBERTS, President Thursday
Cottage Grove, Oregon
aim of this course is to aid the body. The operator is expected to
student in organizing and systema cooperate to successfully perform
There’s one good reason why you don’t feel just as vigorous and confident one day as you do
tizing his own religion in the light his duty whereby any accident may
DB. H. A. HAGEN
of lhe religious experience and be avoided.
Osteopathy, Chiropractic, Massage
Also why most so-called healthy people are half sick all the time—
knowledge of mankind and the gen
Better Than Counting Sheep.
erally accepted and established
And this will continue to be so until we all do heavy manual labor every day or take an
Phone 30. Ostrander Building,
truths of science.
occasional Internal Bath.
630% Main Street, Cottage Grove
Masterpieces of Biblical literature jolly yourself into the belief that it
The real reason for this is truthfully told in a little book “ Why Man of Today is Only
is the course offered by Rev. Bruce is morning and high time you were
Giffen, Presbyterian University getting up and about. If you arc
50% Efficient”, which I will be glad to give you free on request.
DE. W. M. HAMILTON
Pastor. The Bible is the main text
book of this course. Students learn once.
Chronic cases a specialty. Office
There are scientific facts here given in simple Bmglish, which are
how the Bible grew, tracing the
over Darby hardware. Residence at
Woodson Brothers Garage. development of religious ideas NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
212 South Pacific Highway.
not commonly known—so why not ask for your copy today.
through the Bible. The term’s work
Phone 27. After the garage will
begin early in February with
J. F. SPRAY
closes, phone residence, 118L the study of selected portions from Land Office at Rœeburg, Oregon,
Real Estate, Inaurane« and
the narrative prose of the Old Tes January 27, 1923.
Notice is hereby givnn that Bus
The Rexall Store
40S Main Street
M. Proudfit, of Star, Oregon, Cottage Grove
While no University credit is sell
who, on October 28, 1920, made
given in the courses the University Homestead
Entry, Serial, No. 013408,
HERBERT W. LOMBABD
has welcomed the offering of the
Attorney at Liw
work by tho Council of Religion. for the N% of 8W% of Section 17,
First National Bank Building
before E. O. Immel, U. 8. Corn you fail to answer, for want there
The Council of Religion is composed Township 21 8., Bange 2 W., Wil Ore.; John Carr, of Disston, Ore.
Cottage Grove, Ore.
W. H. CANON, Register.
missioner, at his office, ât Eugene, of, the plaintiff will apply to the
of faculty and student representa lamette Meridian, has filed notice f2-m2
Oregon, on the Sth day of March, Court for tho relief demanded in
tives of the Y. M. C. A. and the of intention to mako Final Three-
DB. BOY SMITH
plaintiff’s said complaint, which
Y. W. C. A. with representatives year Proof, to establish claim to
Claimant names at witnC88CM said relief is for a decree of the
of the following cooperating church the land above described, before
Court forever dissolving the mar
Phonos 1114 and 915
es: Baptist, Christian, Congrega the Register and Receiver of the
F. W. Jacobs, Proprietor
Notice is hereby given that the C. E. McLane, of Oakridge, Ore.;
146 Park Street, Eugene, Oregon
tional, Methodist, Episcopal and United States Land Office, at Rose undersigned has boon duly appoint Charles Hebert, of Oakridge, Oro.; riage contract existing between th«
burg, Oregon, on the 12th day of
Office telephone_________ 4 Presbyterian.
>f Oakridge, Ore.; plaintiff and tho defendant, and for
ed by the County Court for Lane I N. Blanton, of
MBS. F. J. ALSTOTT, S. T.
of Oakridge, Ore. such other and further relief as to
Residence telephone..... 21-F3
County, Oregon, administrator of Albert McLane, c-
the Court may Boom just and equit
Maxie Whipps, of Cottage Grove, the estate of Alexander Cooley, de
____ ________ l___
You don’t have to go to Coue to
Ore.; Tom Patten, of Cottage Grove,
This summons is published in The
get identically the same thing. It’s
against said estate are hereby ro-
Cottage Grovo Sentinel, a news
the latest, its the greatest art of
paper of general circulation, pub
(From O. A. C. Experiment Btation
uly verified at Cottage Grove,
In the Circuit Court of the State lished at Cottage Grove, Lane Coun
ty, Oregon, by and pursuant to an
Making plans for the garden at
NATHAN B. LEE
the date of this notice.
Stella Hake, Plaintiff, vs. Stan order made by Hon. G. F. Skip
this time is wise, since the gardener
Attorney nt law
worth, Judge of the above entitled
has more time available to consider Health Is Worth Saving, and Some
To Stanley Hake, Defendant:
Taylor Building, Corner Mnin nnd
Court, dated January 4th, 1923, ones
carefully what crops he is going to
Cottage Grove People Know
Seventh, Cottage Grove, Oregon
each week for six suceeusivo and
grow this year, and how much of
How to Save It.
Piano Moving a Specialty
Alexander Cooley, deceased. gon, you aro hereby required to ap consecutive weeks, tho first publi
each. For commercial gardens the
thereof beiug on the 5th day
Dressmaking and Designing
crops and acreage of each should
Many Cottage Grovs people take
Office in Spray Brick near bo
j0f2 the above-named plaintiff, in the cation
Attorney for estate,
of January, A. D. 1923, and ths
carefully thought out before ac their Uvea in their hands by neg
all work guaranteed
last publication will be on the 13th
tual decision is made. Too great an lecting the kidneys when they know
MBS. 2ET SANFORD
entitled Court and on file therein, day of February, A. D. 1923.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION
acreage of vegetables is often heed these organs need help. Weak kid
205 Adams Avenue
HERBERT W. LOMBARD,
lessly planned without forethought neys are responsible for a vast
Phone 134 B, Cottage Grove, Oregon
ary, A. D. 1923, said date being six
Attorney for plaintiff.
Agency Barclay Custom Made Corset
—the slightest delay is dangerous. Laud Office at Boseburg, Oregon, weeks from the date of the first Residence and postoffice address:
A PLUMBER WHO IS
publication of this summons, and if Cottage Grove, Oregon.
Sixteen ears of certified seed Use Doan ’» Kidney Pills—a remedy January 20, 1923.
FULL OF *PEP"~
wheat were shipped out of Umatilla that has helped thousands of kidney
Notice is hereby given that
IS APT TO HAVE A county for use as seed in the inland sufferers. Here is a Cottage Grove William A. Crispin, of Oakridge,
Oregon, who, on October 10, 1919,
empire. Turkey red, Hybrid 128 citizen’s recommendation:
G. B. ARNÈ8T
and Jenkin club were the varieties
Mrs. George Young, 404 Second made Homestead Entry, Serial, No.
in demand. Additional orders for 8t., says: “I have used Doan’s 012040, for a tract of land contain
Cottage Oro ve
certified wheat are being received Kidney Pills for several years and ing 19.92 acres in Sec. 27, Tp. 20
by the growers.
consider them a good remedy. My 8., B 3 £., described by metes and
MRS NATHAN S. LEE
kidneys were weak and I had at bounds, as follows: Beginning at
Good fanning is one of the best tacks of backache and soreness over Corner, No. 1., which is identical
We handle a full line of the genuine J. R Watkins
Teacher of voice cul’ure. Tone pro
methods of combatting insect peats. my kidneys and they acted irregu with th" corner of Sections 26, 27,
duction. Voice placement by correct
products extracts, spices, liniments and toilet articles.
breathing. Pupils’ recitals.
All mail orders promptly delivered any place in the city.
plowing, destruction of crop rem and they benefited me by strength Willamette Meridian; thence N. 0'
340 Second Street, Cottage Grove.
03’ E., 10 ehs.; thence 8. 75’ W.,
nants and cleaning up of trash on ening my back and kidneys.”
the fields, cleaning up or burning
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't 41.26 chs.; thence N. 89’ 01’ E.,
About the only man who doesn’t
over fence rows nnd ditches, good simply ask fora kidney remedy—get 39.85 ehs.; to place of beginning,
make a fool of himself occasionally
seed in well -repered bed, right u»" Doan’» Kidney Pitla—the same that has filed notice of intention to mnke
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740 south Sixth street, Cottage Grove, Oregon. j26fl6p
is the one that nature saved the
(of fertilizers, and frequent summer Mrs. Young had. Foster Milburn Final Three-year Proof, to establish
_ iaarface cultivation, all help to keep Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
f2-9 claim to the land above described,
't IV0 3 &
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