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slap at religion. We can say now,
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with positiveness, thut The Flapper
SIDELIGHTS FROM SALEM |f
may flap along for a few mouths
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A Weekly Newspaper With Plenty . but thut it is destined to die a
miserable death. Public opinion will
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.Publiahura , not tolerate such publications in Declares Tanlac Treatment Ended
Bede A Smith.
Representative Woodward made
----- Editor this country; they are altogether too
Rheumatism When He Wu Help-
| “smart.” The very name “Flap
socut remark about “our respective
wives,” to which another member
A firstclass publication entered at per” is a proof of the folly of the
Cottage Grove as se jond class matter ’ promoters, for the young girl known
responded, “What about any other
, us the flapper is a type that is
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Business Office......... 55 North Sixth already passing, and it will not be two sons is nothing less than won-
derful, ” said Mrs. F. M.. Berry,
I long before the whole idea will be 3401
The house wants to expedite the
us out of date as a last year’s Calif., recently.
business of the session. For that
One year..... $2.25 I Three months *»Sc bitd’s nest.
reason notice has been served that
Six months.. 1.15 ¡Single copy.... 5c
The Flapper has been barred from
, no senators will be allow ed to come
Canada, we are glad to note. The matism. His neck was stiff and his over to explain their bills. Know
Canadian authorities are awake to throat swollen so there were days ing the length of a senatorial ora
National Editorial Association
Or «l'on State Editorial Association ' this menace of rotten literature and days when he couldn’t even tion, the house made the decision
! while ou*’ authorities seem to wink
, because it wishes to get away be-
Oretçuu NawSMper Conférence
La ne County Publiait«» ’ Association ' at it. Our postal laws expressly swallow water without great pain. I fore summer. House members are
i forbid the mailing of obscene mat and he often »aid he’d rather not equally opposed to allowing mem-
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1923
ter and there is plenty of law in
of the bar association to take
than suffer so. Why, for weoks, I bers the
every state to put a stop to such live
time of the session. Several
we had to prop him up in bed, us | up
lawyers, and they ought to know,
THE PATHFINDER ON THE
he could not lie down.
“we would have to waste
soon after getting Tanlac, two or three
| who should be responsible pass the his “But
days if we called in a
The Sentinel has been requested | buck to the public to decide digest his food better and the swell member of the bar to tell us what
by members of the W. C. T. U. to i whether they want rottenness or ing and pain gradually went away. this bill means. • ” • •
reprint an editorial which appeared . ' not.
Since then, he hasn’t had a touch
Representative Lovejoy had a bill
in a recent copy of The Puthfiuder. ; The purveyors of this dirt do not of rheumatism and he’s as healthy
before the house to provide under
The Sentinel is pleased to comply
with the request, not only because wrong they are committing. The
“Grant was all rundown, too, water tubes in place of two bridges
it wishes to encourage its readers Flapper publishers brazenly claim but Tanlac brought his appetite aud at Portland. After a memorial had
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to suggest the things they would that it is “the cleanest, keenest Btrength right back and he is feel passed the house asking the cooper
ALL SILK CAMISOLES
like to see in print, but also because and most fascinating publication in ing fine. 1 will always praise Tan ation of other countries in control-
iug exports from these countries
the editorial in question gives The America” and that it has a wide lac.”
across our boundaries, Mr. Lovejoy
Sentinel opportunity to repeat and circulation among “schoolchildren,
Tanlac is for sale by all good arose
These camisoles are
to request that his bill be
riiterate thugs which it has before who are reading it with the full druggists. Over 35 million bottles
withdrawn. He said it would no
of good quality messaline
said. The Pathfinder takes up the consent and cooperation of parents sold.
case of The Flapper, an alleged
and well tailored; colors
ground way into Portland was need
humorous publication, which takes true, then it shows that such par-
are brown, black, green,
the mental and moral idiosyncrasies
navy, pink, etc. Special
of the flapper as an excuse for out and killed, like cattle that have think a chap is driving a girl and anyway he knew his bill was
for February................ 95c
printing vulgar and obscene things some foul disease which must not around in his car, buying chicken going to be killed
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suppers and hootch, iust for the
wliieh it infers are typical of the be allowed to spread.
It is surprising how many bills
The magazine is full of the worst suko of her company, do youf”
flapper. The Pathfinder quite right
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ly scores magazines and papers that slang, and foul with the free-love The magazine tells “a true story’’ reach the desk imperfectly drawn.
ITALIAN SILK STOCK
pounce upon any excuse to give und free speech sophistries that the about three “flappers’’ who are The reason for this often is that
One asks, bill» are introduced at the request
publicity to news items that never Russians have given us. In one seeking excitement.
story a girl says to a young man “What will we do?” And another of someone who has brought the
should appear in print.
a saving that most
The Seutinel always has ondeaV who is himself a heartless libertine, replies, “1 don’t know, and care bill to Salem supposedly in Bhape
women appreciate at a
ore ci to keep its columns free of “Girls are not as innocent as you less. ’ ’ bo they steal a team and for presentation. The fact is, how
glance. These stockings
any thing that could not be read by imagine”—in other words they are sleigh and go tor a joy ride and let ever, that a large number of law
are made of pure Italian
the entire family. It has several worse than even such a pup as he three boys pick them up. The girls yers do not know how to draw a
times refused advertising because it supposed. The fprls in the magazine
silk from toe to top.
cept those who have attended the
did not think the advertising was of make a practice of taking rides all cry ‘ ‘ Damn! ’ ’
such moral tone as to be read by
the entire family. The Sentinel is i Mi Ungers asks at parting, “Aren’t which forms the chief attraction of shape. Sometimes the title will be
tn kiss us
1/ondbvl ” this und similar publications. The omitted; often much will be omitted
pleased to have in accord with it a you
and the author tells us that “each publishers of The Flapper ure indig from the title; sometimes the en
iL.'gaziiie like The Pathfinder.
Before quoting the editorial re girl consented and it was a breath uant becuuse their magazine is de acting clause will be omitted and
ferred to The Sentinel would like taking kiss each one received.” The nounced, and they point to the often no section numbers will be in
to make wine remarks upon its own author conncludes the article with “large sales it enjoys’’ as proof serted. All these are vital errors
I the comment, “Such is the life of thut it is all right. This is the and have to be corrected. Often,
We would in no way mitigate the a smalltown flapper.” The United same reasoning that is employed by however, bills get as far as third
offense of the magazine which is Blates is referred to as “this land the publishers of lewd novels, the reading with these glaring errors
criticized, but we would observe i “ coneeniruied alcohol.” This is authors of lewd plays and the pur not rectified and are caught there
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that the flapper is best described no. very funny, but it is intended veyors of lewd movies. All they by the desk clerk. It is not infre
the ease that bills do ge\
by saying that she has never ob to be smart. An article claiming to kuow is the dollar sign; if a nasty quently
jectcd to the use of that term in tell about the publishers’ stenog
describing her. In addition to that lr.pher suys, “She keeps the office n will—then it is a “success” and of this kind stili ther6, but they
she has encouraged the things that full of .sheer. That will help us out
These petticoats sell reg
have been said about her because until we get it full of beer.” Again, ality have no appeal to them; they enrollment. The fact remains that
of the most intelligent people
she bu< permitted men to use lan this isn’t funny, but the publishers cure nothing about the future wel many
ularly at $1.25 and are
the least about preparing a
gunge iu conversation with her that must think such rot is “clean, keen fare of the people, and they would know
of good quality sat
has no place whatever in convorsu
een. For February only,
tion between the sexes. The Senti-[ fools, but certainly it could never things that civilization possesses in
nel would not dare print a conversa interest any normal mind. A girl order to make profits for them NOTICE OF FINAL HEARING.
tion which it has heard carried on. who is telling her experiences says selves. They are believers in un
between young women of the type that her greatest thrill came when limited “free speech;” they de
Notice is hereby given that the
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referred to by The Pathfinder as ( a young man “asked her to become ciare that everybody should be al undersigned administrator of the
MEN’S COTTON AND
flappers, nor would it dare print his mistress.” We quote this delib lowed to say anything that comes estate of Crampton 11. Jones, de
conversation it hus heard between! erately in order that parents and into his diseased mind, at any time ceased, has filed his final account
SILK SHIRTS $2.69
young men and young women of the teachers and the public in general and in any place, regardless of mor with the Clerk of County Court of
man would be gfed
adolescent age. A freedom has may know the kind of stuff that als, customs, the rights or feelings Lane County, Oregon, and that Sat
to own one or rjK)re of
grown up in the association of the I is being circulated with their acqui of others or the eternal fitness of urday, the 10th day of March, 1923,
these shirts. Cc;lors fast,
sexes that has give 1 an excuse lor e: cence. The Flapper publishers ex things.
Many of the harpies who are fat ut the hour of 10 o 'clock in the
a mugazi.ic such as The Pathfinder press their thanks to certain named
silk stripes W'JVW, ¡n the
forenoon of said date in the court
ruun “who introduced our magazine
describes The Flapper to be.
room of said court in the court
thes'd shirts are
The Sentinel believes that there to Chicago’s high schools.”
house of Lane Couuty, Oregon, has
regular $.’ 25 to $4.50
One of the stories in the magn national schemers who have no re been fixed as the time and place
is Io be a return to decency and
that magazine), newspupers and the j zine, sacrilegiously called “A Wise spect for American institutions or for hearing objections to said re
movies ire going to aid in thut Virgin,” is so foul and wicked that ideals und who would like nothing port and the settlement thereof said
movement. Upon the theory thut wre cannot quote the most offensive belter than to see our whole civ Ollier of date Februury 3rd, 1923.
we cannot stand still, that we must parts of it even to prove our indict- ilization struck down so they might
J. I. JONES, Administrator.
move in one direction or the other, i ment. Take our word for it, how glout over the ruins. They are
(here cert linly must be a move for ever, that the thing is infamous; geniuses of destruction—Mephisto
for said estate,
'Lac package of 25 paper
the better. It jeems impossible that the author of this story makes a phelean tempters who are seeking
spoons, special for 10c.
wc are willing to go any further minister of the gospel do things for the depredation of mankind und
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
the girls of his congregation which who will use any and every means
in the wrong direction.
The Pathfinder's editorial is are sternly forbidden by tho laws to work their will-
The Pathfinder believes in de
Depar iwent of the Interior. U. 8.
rather lengthy but it is worth read of every civilized land. One of the
girls, in talkiug to a fellow, tells cency and it lubors for it, in sea Lend Office at Rcseburg, Orege4n%
ing to the end. It is us follows:
Recently this country bus fallen how the minister had gone with po
Notice is hereby giv?n thaf„
victim to an epidemic of current lice detectives to a dancing resort ou the trail of all these profes
literature which deliberately aims to and had “raised u norrow minded sional corrupters und hold them up sell M. Proudfit, of Star, Qrvgon,
be dirty, Yen don’t have to bo row because he found several church to public view and scorn. But we who, on October 28, 19*^ made
strait laced in order to see the wick girls then»—drunk.” Again the girl can't stop the epidemic of immor Homestead Entry, Serial Xu. 01340«.
odness of these publication», for ¡says, “We all want to be good ulity and nastiness which has rav lor the Nft of 8W^4
they wear I heir Huitines» opuuly, [sports; we want to love—and love aged the old world and which is Township 21 b., Range 2 W., Wil
and they giu.y i il it.
, freely. ” (Her«' you see that Rus now beginning to ravage America. lamette Meridian, has filed notice 41.26 chi.; thence N. 89° 0V
There are a whole flock of them, sian bolshevik influence.) The young The plague will have to run its of intention to make Final Three 39.85 chs.; to place of beginning, I
but wo will take as an object lesson man agrees to that idea but says course. It will have to destroy year Proof, U establish claim to has filed notice of intention to make
one emanating from Chicago, called I that even though they may love to those who are uuable to resist the the land above described, before Final Three year Proof, to establish j
“The Flapper.” The January issue the limit “that doesn’t imply that poison; humauity will survive, after the Register and Receiver of the claim to the land above described,
has the effrontery to cal! itself the | they should tie themselves down the huving sloughed off this rottenness. United States Land Office, at Rose before E. O. Immel, U. 8. Com
Decent people everywhere can do Vurg, Oregon, on the 12th dav of
“church number“—this being a | rest of their life,” by getting mar
missioner. at his office, at Eugene,
their part by aiding on the right March, 1923.
side. You can’t, of course, break
Claimant names us witness«»; Oregon, on the Sth day of March,
into a jazz dance and by a few Maxie Whipps, of Cottage Grote. 1923.
Claimant names at witnesses
words of advice convert the revelers Ore.; Tom Patton, of Cottage Grove,
to sanity; you can’t stop a publish Ore.; Raymond Gleason, of Star, C. E. McLane, of Oakridge, Ore.
Charles Hebert, of Oakridge, Ore.
er from delving in smut; they are Orc.; John Cirr, of Disstor., Orc
I N. Blanton, of Oakridge, Ore.
ciazed, and it is like casting pearls f2 m2
W. H. CANON, Register.
Albert McLane, of Oakridge, Ore.
before swine to show them the evil
W. H. CANON. Register.
of their ways. They believe they
NOTICE TO CREI j ITORS.
are doing the right t’hing by giving
free rein to their desires; they do
Notice is hereby giveB that the
not accept your old stundards and
In the Circuit Court of the State
they an» convinced thut you are undersigned has b eeu appointed by
wrong, l'he Flapper magazine says the County Court of Lane County, of Oregon for Lane County.
Stella Hake, Plaintiff, vs.
right on its
cover, , “ ivui
Old State of Oregon. Administratrix of
luihliih.'ri know all the last will and testament of ley Hake, Defendant.
your urguiueuU on tuo »ide of ’ mor- George Salto», deceased, which or To Stanley Hake, Defendant:
In the name of the State of Ore
ality, and they despise them and dei bears tke date of the 3rd day
of February, 1923^
gon, you are hereby required to ap
pear and answer the complaint of
Now The Flapper is a mere mite
iu the cheese; it is beneath con the estate of said George Salton. the above-named plaintiff, in the
above entitled suit, in the abovw
tempt, and it will perish when the
cheese* decays; its life has u short esquired to present the same, duly entitled Court and on file therein, I
or about the 17th day of Febre?
finite limit; there is nothing per-
niaueut in it or the epidemic that law office of Herbert W. Lombard. ary, A, D. 1923, »aid date being sia
it represents. Wo have picked it Cottage Grove, Laue County, Ore -weeks from the date of the first
out merely as u sample; it is nei....................or ^><’1>re s'x months from publication of this summons, and. if
tkavr luitlar imr u ixruai than Mtimasrrkittt ■ “t. UHtO of th»' t'lTSt puHiCHtioil Ot
you fail to answer, for want there
ther better nor worse than numerous
of, the plaintiff will apply to the
others. It tuny be that in thus ad thin u.)tice.
Date of first publication Febru» Court for the relief demanded in j
vortising it and telling how rotten
plaintiff’» said complaint, wkieh j
it is wo shall make some morbid ary 9th, 1923.
E8TELLA I. SAXTON,
said relief is for a decree of the !
people want to read it. If so, let
them do it, and welcome. Wo don’t Administr itrix of the last will and Court forever dissolving the mar
believe in being too harsh or in testament of Georae Halton, Deceased ! nage contract existing between the
trying to impose any one set of Herbert W. Lom bard,
plaintiff and the defendant, and for
Attorney for «rotate.
f»ni9 such other and further reliei m to 1
ideas on all mankind; people are
the Court may seem just and, equit
different and they look at things
differently. They should be allowed
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
This summons is published in The
a wide range of choice—and they
will take it whether they are al
Department of the Interior, U. 8. Cottage Grove Sentinel,, a news
lowed it or not. But all those who Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon. paper of general circulation, pub J
lished at Cottage Grove, Lare Coun- |i
have any influence should use that January 20, 1#23
influence iu the direction of ulti
Notice is hereby given that ty, Oregon, by and pursuant to an |
mate good. It is no use trying to " iUiam A. Crispin, of Oakridge. order made by Hon. G. F. Skip. >
knock peopU into the right way. Oreg"», who, o« October 10, 191», j worth. Judge of the above entitleal'
but there is a gentle, constant pres made Homestead Entry, Serial, No. Court, dated January 4th, 1*23, oxen
sure that can be used—and this in 0120-10, for a tract of land contain erfeh week for six saeeeenve an/
t.mc will have its effect. A few are ing 19.92 acres in A m . 21. Tp. 20 consecutive weeks, the first pwtfj
bound to go to the devil, and they ; 8., R 3 E., described by metes and i i cation thereof being on the 5th 1»
will go there in spite of everything. bounds, as follows: Beginning at' I of January, A. D. 1923, and • >v
Corner, No. 1. »hieb is identical ’ last publication will be on the -
with th-* corner of Sections 26. 27, ( day of February, A. D. 1923.
“The Yanks are coming,“ the 34 and 35 of Tp. 20 8.. Range 3 E.
HERBERT W. LOMBAB
dentist hummed as he prepared for WiHamette Mend.an; thenee N. 0*
03' £., 10 chs. * thenee 8. 75° W., Rceideace and postoffiee a* Jre»»:
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
(fottaqr 6rott Srntind
Facts About Son
I RED ÄPROW SÂj£^
Look for the Sign of the Red Arrow
THEY POINT THE WAY TO REAL MONEY SAVING
VALUES. SPECIAL FOR FEBRUARY AT UMPHREY
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YARD GOODS 43c YD
First time on display this
weaves and mercerized
dimity checks, plisse, cot
ton charmeuse, etc., all
Boys’ $10 to $12.50
Men’s $4.50 fur felt
hats, choice—....... $3.95
Men’s $4.50 75% wool
union suits......... $3 25
Odd size men’s $5.50 to
$8 dress shoes...... $4.65
Od.d size men’s $12.50
to $16 logger shoes
the pair.............. $9.50
One lot women’s out-
insr crowns..... ..... ...75c
One lot children ’s out-
ing gowns.... ...... ....59c
One lot women’s dress
shoes, a pair...... $4.25
Women’s $1.25 cotton
Men ’s $1.65
Women’s $3.50 wool
union suits............. $2.49
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Here is a choice of regu-
lar 15c, 18c and 20c val-
ues in „ genuine linweave
handkerchiefs, fine qual
ity and beautifully em
broidered, 2 for 25c.
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WOMEN S MUSLIN
Regular $1, $1.25 and
some $1.50 values in long
cloth and muslin gowns
for women. Special for
Come early; the oranges
are navels and good size;
the price is small, 20c a
Beidler’s Grocery and Feed Store
A CAR 0 F SUGAR HAS JUST ARRIVED—GET OUR
PRICK BEFORE BUYING.
A CA R OF ALFALFA HAY JUST RECEIVED. GET
OUR TRICE BEFORE ANOTHER ADVANCE.
from our stock
AND DON’T FORGET THAT WE HAVE A GOOD,
UP TO DATE GROCERY.
sure to please
and win favor
GOOD CHEAT AND OAT HAY, ALSO.
Beidler’s Grocery and Feed Store
(Corner Sixth and Washington)
with the recipient
alss a complete line of
fresh and salt meats of all kinds, we suggest you try a
PABLE FAVORS AND
foXihe Valentine luncheon
KEM’S for DRUGS
nice juicy rib roast, bound and rolled, for your Sunday
Fresh fish Thursday and Friday.
in every way our meats are better and better.
don’t believe it just try us once.
Free delivery at all
times of day.
Culver 4 Anderson, Proprietors