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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1923)
*-------------------------- ♦ ; called to the Grove Sunday to re-
a tree from the power line.
^Neighborhood News^ I move
Betweu'i four and five inches of
home last week and unable to go
to her school.
Dale Veatch, of Portland, visited
Friday afternoon at the Charles
Mrs. O. O. Veatch and small
granddaughter, Mary Jane Smith,
of the Grove, visited Saturday night
at the J. E. Redford home.
Arthur Bales and Hugh Doolittle
were home from Rujada over the
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kelly and sons
spent Sunday Ln Cottage Grove with
Mr. and Mrs. William Kelly.
Lev VanSchoiack and Charles
Pitcher were down from Dinner
creek over Sunday. They are em
ployed with the Forest service.
Ninety-five per cent of all diseases ortgtna
vertebrae probably Is causing
snow fell heie aSturday.
A slight displacement of one or more of your verteorae p
Lester Groat and Bonnie Perini
have put in a phone on the “II”
your trouble today.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
• 1. Slight subluxations at this point wM
Jan. 26.—Miss Blanche Estes re-
cause so-called headaches, eye diseases, deaf
turned last week from Salem.
ness, epilepsy, vertigo, insomnia, wr> neck,
Elmer Eastman was home from family motored to the Grove Tues-
facial paralysis, locomotor ataxia, etc.
Wendling over the week end.
8 A slight subluxation of s vertebra to
Mr. and Mrs. Funk and son Alvin
Miss May Green spent the week
this part of the spine is the cause of »^railed
end in Cottage Grove at the home were in the Grove Thursday after-
throat trouble, neuralgia, pain In the shouluer*
of her brother Glen.
and arms, goitre, nervous prostration, to
Mr. Gilliam is helping Groat &
Mrs. C. Trembly went to Curin
grippe, dissiness, bleeding from nose, disorder
Monday for a short stay.
of gums, catarrh, etc.
.... . ■
8. The arrow head marked No. 8 locate*
A parent teacher meeting was held
the part of the spine wherein subluxations will
at the academy building Sunday af
cause so-called bronchitis, felons, pain between
teraoon. A short program was a and Mrs. Walker.
shoulder blades, rheumatism of the arms
feature of the meeting and reports
and shoulders, hay fever, writers’ eramp, etc.
on the school work were read by the
4. A vertebral subluxation at thia point
from school this week.
teacher, Miss Pearl Wolf.
causes so-called nervousness, heart disease^
Mr. Bemis has been hauling gravel
(Special to The Sentinel.)
E. M. Babcock has been cutting
asthma, pneumonia, tuberculosis, difficult
from the Garoutte bridge and re
Jan. 31.—Mr. and Mrs. Banburg,
wood for F. E. Babcock.
breathing, other lung troubles, etc.
The F. E. Babcock family were pairing the road where it was dam of Ontario, Canada, visited last
*. Stomach and liver troubles, enlarge
week at the home of their uncle,
c.nner guests at the H. L. Fowler aged by the high water.
of the spleen, pleurisy and a score of
Chas. Sharon and family.
home one day of last week.
other troubles, so-called, are caused by sublim
D. F. Peetet, who was hurt while
Mrs. J. D. Grimes has been on
ations tn this part of the spine, sometimes s*
working on the highway and has
the sick list for the past week or
light as to remain unnoticed by. others except
(Special to The Sentinel)
been in the hospital at Eugene,
the trained Chiropractor.
Jan. 30.—W. L. Kimble and F. C. came home last Friday.
A few of the diseases
Mrs. M. F. Babcock, who had been
g. Here we find the cause of so-called gal)
Mrs. Cormack and daughter Mary
ill for some time, is able to be about Führer attended a telephone meet
stones, dyspepsia of upper bowels, fevers, shin
ing in London Thursday evening.
which are caused by
went to Eugene Friday.
nies, hiccough, worms, etc.
The girls’ club was reorganized
Mrs. Bob Gray was shopping in
Mrs. Frank Peoples visited Sun
T. Bright’s disease, diabetes, floating kltf-
aey skin disease, boils, eruptions and other I fcx.
day afternoon at the Nettie Estes last Friday with Miss Anna Jepson the Grove Monday.
diseases, so-called, are caused by nerves being
and subluxations of the
A delightful party was enjoyed Friday with Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
pinched in the spinal openings at this point
Mrs. Shade Burcham, who has not
been well for some time, is improv
Mrs. Gilcrist. Cake and fruit punch
Mrs. Knight visited school Tues
called appendicitis, peritonitis, lumbago, e^»
follow Chiropractic adjustments at this point
were served at midnight.
9. Why have so-called constipation, recta)
The John and George Kebelbeck
Harry Cotter, of Puyallup, Wash.,
troubles, sciatica, etc., when Chiropractic ad
families attended church in Cottage have come here to reside and will
justments at this part of the spine will remove
live on Mr». Cotter’s place, formerly
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie White spent known as the Bowan Hartley place,
Jan. 30.—Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
10. A slight slippage of one or both In
Lebow and Mrs. James Lebow were Sunday afternoon at the Jepson this being Mrs. Cotter’s former
in the Grove Thursday.
sciatica, together with many dlacaaes ••
W. P. Dick, of Walden, was in
Miss M. J. Piper, J. P. Miller and
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frost visited
pcivia and lower extremities.
Lestor and Ada Gilcrist were in this vicinity Tuesday.
Sunday at the Castle home.
Ruth Lebow spent the week end the Grove Monday.
Miss Hazel Führer went to Eu WAGES OF ROAD PATROLMAN
with homo folks.
Mrs. D. H. Brumbaugh, who has gene Saturday night with the Cot
AND SUPERVISORS RAISED
been quite sick with a cold, is im- ti.go Grove high school baskotball
DISEASE DOES NOT
County road patrolman and super Osteopathy, Chiropractic,
George Hastings is home from the
visors of Lane will this year receive Massage, Dietetics,
No matter how you are
arc suffering don’t consider your case hopeless or that yon have
lot were in the Grove Saturday.
cump this week.
wages at the rate of $4 a day in
health. Chiropractic is permanently curing hundreds
Harry Frost spent Sunday at the
cases where they have charge of House Calls—Office Calls
Horatio Mosby heme.
is the sane, safe, sure, and scientific way to health. Investi
one district each and where they Phone 30, Ostrander Bldg.
Harry Castle and J. 8. Allen were
healing disease. Take advantage of it, and suffer no more.
in the Grove Tuesday.
stipend will be $5 a day, according Cottage Grove, Oregon
Albert Rissue was in Cottage
Jan. 30.—John Lawson motored to
Yoncalla Wednesday and returned to an order made by the county
The rate of pay heretofore has
Albert Doolittle spent the week
been $3.50 a day with mileage at
end with relatives here.
pump, $950. Or will sell engine
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Mrs. A. S. Ward and Fay McLin the rate of ten cents a mile. The
separately for $650.
Jan. 30.—The Garman family, Guy visited Friday at Row River with members of the court decided that
it would be better to pay a higher
Vanati and Lawrence, William and Mrs. Alfred Williams.
Arthur Funk were in the Grove
$25 REWARD FOR INFORMA
Louis Mendell was in Eugene on wage and eliminate the mileage.
Somewhere in the wanted column
The elimination of the mileage
tion leading to conviction of the
will bo found the name or some re»-
Thos. Funk and »on Lawronce,
Miss Faye Jennings, who teaches and the raising of the wages will idunt of the Cottage Grove country, person who is maliciously shooting
Harry Garman and Guy Vanuti were at Mount Viow, was quite ill at her make the pay about the same.
that person is entitled to a tree goats. J. H. Hawley 5-F12. j26-f9p
wanlad tor three issues, if he or sue
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presents copy tor the same within BABY
strain, 14 cents; 500 for $65. A.
10 days from the date of tins paper.
A new name will be selected at ran Woolcott 22-F5.
dum eacli week, and this method of
creating interest in the wautads will FOR RENT—TWO ROOMS AND
be continued for several montiu.
hall, furnished for light house
WANTED—MEN OR WOMEN TO keeping. Mrs. P. J. Stoneburg, 336
take order» for genuine guaran
teed hosiery for men, women and THEY PAY BECAUSE THEY LAY
children. Eliminates darning. Sal
Silver Quill baby chicks, quality
ary $sU a week tuli time, $1 an hour
spare time. Experience unnecessary, a specialty. Trap-nested every day.
lutuinatiuiial stocking Mills, Norris Lay large white eggs. Silver Quills
dlt’Mpd keep you instead of you keeping
them. Catalog free. Wm. Hands &
CLAUD SCHRACK IS ENT1TL Son, box 614, Cottage Grove, Ore.,
ed to free wantad for three issues. phone 1-F2.
Present this notice within 10 days.
See announcement at the head of FOR SALE—3 1 EAR-U1.D REGÍS I
tercd Jersey bull; a fine individ
ual. See him at my place or write
OLD RAGS WANTED—NOTHING Harley Hanns, Box 283, Cottage
leas than 2 feet square. Must be Grove.
clean and of material that will ab
sorb gasoline; old underclothing, FOR SALE—A FEW WHITE LEG-
horn cockerels from pen of Tom
flannels and the like preferred. Can
not use old socks, mercerias^l or Baron strain English Leghorn hens,
hard surface goods or small pieces sired by Hollywood cockerel from
of any kind. We want the best rags pen of hens with 270 egg record.
and pay the beat price, & cents tne Price $3 each. W. S. Keyes, Cottage
pound. The Sentinel.
Dr. H. A. Hagen
CHIROPRACTIC OFFERS YOU HEALTH
Knowles & Graber
You Will Want Your
Fordson ¡Tractor Early
Everything points to the greatest shortage of Ford
products this year that has ever existed
Never before has the demand been so great.
You will want a Fordson Tractor early—here is one
product you cannot wait for—when the weather
opens up you will need it.
You will want it for plowing, seeding, cultivating—
and all your other work. Already it has proved the
greatest help to profitable farming that has ever
been offered to you. And at $395 f. o. b. Detroit, the
price is so low that you lose money every day you
are without a Fordson. To get delivery you must
There are no reserve stocks among our dealers—our
production capacity, great as it is, will not enable
us to build up a reserve.
It must be a case of “first come, first served” and
the only way in which you can protect yourself is
to list your order with a Ford dealer immediately.
By taking advantage of our dealer's first op
portunity to make delivery, you will be assured
of having your Fordson when you need it
Ford cTVIotor Company
IT ALWAYS PAYS TO TRADE AT
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL
lego White Leghorn baby chix
from 1560 selected hens mated to
males with records of 260-280 be
hind them. Also 300 trap nested 2-
and 3-year-old hens, none of which
have records of less than 200 eggs
either in their P U LLET or SECON U
Breeding cockerels, sires’
uam 298-307. Write the Chief Bird
for free catalog. Busch Poultry
Farm, Junction City, Ore.
STRAYED—TWO RED DURHAM
heifers about 4 years old, each
marked with upper bit on left ear
and lower bit on right ear. Notify
Charlie White, Cottage Grove, Lon
don Route, or phone 39 F3. f2-16p
DAY-OLD CH1X: GOLDEN BUFF,
Brown and White Leghonrs (Tan i
creds), Anconas, Black Minorcas,
Buff Orpingtons, Barred Rocks, R.
I. Reds and T U R K E-N-8. Enoch
Crews, Seabright, Calif.
BOOKING ORDERS FOR SINGLE
comb Whits Leghorn baby chicks
of the O. A. C. and Hollywood
strains, from 2-year old tented hens,
layers of large white eggs, mated to
cockerels from damn with records of
270 to 208 eggs; «15 per 100. Mrs.
Waldo Miller, Cottage Greve, Ore..
Disston, Route, phone 1-F12. j5tfe
FOR SALE—91 ACRE RANCH, 25
acres cleared, 20 acres in oats and
vetch, lots good saw timber, small
peach and apple orchard, fair house,
barn and outbuildings, teain, cow,
heifer, implements and household
furniture go with place; $4000;
terms. Might take small place in or
near Grove as part payment. Mrs.
FOB SALE—134 ACRE FARM 2 J. Q. A. Young, phone 39-F12. f216p
milea south of Cottage Grove; 40
acres sewn to grain; good improve E M. PETERS, L. R. A. M., IS IN
position to take a limited number
ments, cows, horses and farming ma
chinery, gram and hay. Priced to of pupils for piano. 1245 Jefferson
selL V. E. Dunnavin.
j5f23p avenue, phone 123-L.
FOR SALE—WOOD SAW MA HOUSEWORK OR CAREOFCHIL-
dren wanted by young woman.
chine in No. 1 condition; operat
cd by gasoline engine. Will sell Will work by hour. Call at 243
cheap if taken at once. Call at 39 north J street or phone 96-L. f2-16p
FOR SALE—TEAM OF COLTS, 4
years old iu May; well broke,
FOR SALE—5-OCTAVE CHAPEL
organ suitable for school purposes. kiud and gentle; weight about 1300
Has writing desk and filing cabi and will make 1500 each. Also 2.
net; in good condition. Price, *18. fresh milk goats. H. H. Quimbly,
Also a Christian Science hymnal; 1 mile east of Cottage Grove, phone
leather coven, full gilt edges. Price, »F13.__________ _____
<1.50. Mrs. D. W. McKinney, 1243
here—166 acres, in good location |
WILL TRADE 105 ACRES LONG in Saskatchewan. Prairie land in'
Tom bottom for Cottage Grove one of the best wheat growing dis !
rosidonce, value $4,000.
O. W. tricts, on main line C. P. R. Will!
j!9f2c exchange for small place here or'
will si'll on easy terms. A. F. Class.
NOTICE—I AM LEAVING COT Cottage Grove, Ore.
f2 16pd i
tag»' Grove soon. Anyone desiring
me to do photo work for them TRADE—9 ROOM BOARDING AND
rooming house, one block from'
must come at one« or make an ap
pointment right away. A. L. Mon- joetoffice, to trade for 5 or 6 room
rce, M iaroe Studio.
jl9 26c louse with 2 or 3 lots. 511 Main!
St., Galloway Agency, phone 36 f2r
OATS AND VETCH HAY FOR 1920 AUTO FOR TRADE ON
sale. E J. Scars, Delight Valley.
small town property.
Phone 35F 22
j26 f9p avenue, city.______________ f2 16pd
FOR RENT—FIVE ROOM HOUSE WANTED—GENTLE HORSE FOR
partly furnished. See Roy Leon
orchard work. About 1300 pounds
ard at First National Bank. jX6f*pd weight.
Also want to sell Iowa
AND COLT TO EX separator, nearly new. No. 30, verv
change for goats or cattle. J H. cheap. F B. Phillips, phone 1F14. fSe
i Hawley 5 Fl*.
The woman who wants $100,000
FOR SALE—COMPLETE J. I. damages when some other woman
Caso threshing outfit, consisting gets her husband away from her is
1 of traction engine, 15 h. p.; steel pretty rare to have treated him like
separator 28x50; water tank and 30 cents when she had him.
SUNKIST ORANGES—the finest—an
other half car—great big ones; the dozen
43c, 55c and 65c
Best Creamery Butter, lb
Special Price on All Brands
100 lbs. Best Cane Sugar.
BEST MONTANA HARD WHEAT. We
guaiantee this to be the best hard wheat
tloui on the market. We bought this flour
at a good price. It is being sold at a great
saying for you. Going fast. The quantity
is limited. SAPPHIRE, 98 lbs................$3.88
Me bui eggs and poultry, paying cash
A car of Kerrs poultry and dairy feed
Kerfs egg producer, 21% protein... $2.80
Kerr s scratch, 100-lb sack.............. $2.80
Mill Run, white; 80-lb. i sack...
Kerr’s XX chop, 80-lb. i sack... ............. $1.45
<>i-J OUR TON PRICES AT ONCE
you say it in The Sentinel