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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1923)
Frank Woodruff, of Portland, CLYDE BURCHAM GETS
spent Sunday in the city.
COMMISSION IN CAVALRY
Harold Dugan is suffering from
Oregon Agicultural College, Cor
an injury to his right foot, received
when a piece of wood vallis, Ore., Feb. 8.—Clyde A. Bur
fell on it at the Walter Woodard cham, of Cottage Grove, former
student of O. A. C. has received his
Used car bargains—1917 Bu lumber mill.
Safety of your funds and business interests at our
commission as second lieutenant
hands is our most obvious duty to you.
dren, Margaret and Glen, left Sun- after having successfully passed ex
Tulsa four, 1920 Oakland six. day for their home in Midville, aminations given by the United
But we go further than that.
Service Garage, phone 75.
Idaho, after a visit with Mrs. Fan- States army. Burcham was a candi
Regular $1.75 percolator with one-pound can of any
Mrs. J. P. Graham spent Wednes nings ’ mother, Mrs. Albert Pitcher. date for the calvary unit.
coffee in the store, the two for.................................... $1.75
We are so vitally interested in your business welfare
day afternoon in Eugene. Mrs.
RUGS AT LOW PRICES AT
Kellems to Preach Saturday.
Oranges per dozen................................. 30c, 40c and 50c
as it affects our own community that we will go out of
Worth Harvey taking her place as THE FAIR.
Rev. Jesse Kellems, of the Kell
TRY OUR GOLD MEDAL HARD WHEAT FLOUR.
our way at any time to help make safe any interest you
Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Smith and ems-Richards evangelistic team, will
office for the afternoon.
son Ralph, of Roseburg, spent Sun pleach Saturday night at tho Chris
may have anywhere.
Misses Crystal and Ardie Scar day with Mrs. Smith’s parents, Mr. tian church at 7:30 o’clock. The
FRESH SUPPLY OF LETTUCE, CABBAGE, CELERY,
brough, of Creswell, spent Tuesday and Mrs. Frank Hawkins.
TURNIPS, SWEET POTATOES AND CARROTS
men are conducting a series of
When we can be of service to you, call on us freely.
afternoon in this city shopping.
V. T. Randall bought a Ford revival services in Eugene and were
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES 16x20 roadster of Woodson Brothers dur secured for one night for the local
ONLY 10c EACH AT THE FAIR. ing the past week. Others who church. Both are Lane county men
Thoroughbred Black Minorcas, bought jars from the same firm but since starting in the evang
about 50, good strain, $1.50 each. were John Andreoli, Anlauf, tour elistic work they have traveled over
D. C. Cole, Dorena, Ore.
f2-16pd ing car; Wayne Kirk, Dorena, the country.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Knowles who coupe; M. J. Cherry, touring car.
Local Men Get Bear.
Charles Stevens is in a Eugene
stopped over here to visit on their
Norval Armes and Harry Neet,
return from spending the winter in hospital receiving medical treat- who spent Tuesday hunting in the
The R. A. Brodie family, of Eu- the south haVe returned to their m< nt.
vicinity of Dexter, brought back Wash. They are visiting at the W.
I gene, spent Sunday here with Mr. homo in Mapleton
Galloway writes insurance.
a black bear with them as a result A. Witcher home.
and Mrs. Louis Scholz, who moved
daughter was born February 6
Mrs Clara Esson, state Sunday
Sliermau Godard has bought two of their trip. Armes shot the animal to A Mr.
here recently from Eugene.
and Mrs. Lawrence Montieth.
School superintendent of the Chris acres of land south of the city which weighs about 620 pounds.
Mrs. Thatcher was the guest of
The Charles Sterling family mo tian church, spent Sunday visiting from John Nokes.
honor at a surprise party Wednes
tored up from Brownsville and vis the local chufeh.
A'rs. Jessie Gilerist returned Fri ff
day afternoon, given at ’ her home
ited Sunday at the home of Mr.
Mrs. Amelia Phelps is improved day from Siskiyou, where she had
by the women of the neighborhood.
Sterling’s brother, David Sterling. following an illness which has last been visiting her daughter, M rs.
The mumps have nearly run out
Those having egg carriers which ed more than two weeks.
Jr.iio Gilerist Craig
of material in the school and all the
have been left with egg deliveries
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Cooper have
Herbert Adams returned the lat
pupils are back except Florence
IT IS NOT WHAT I SAY I aro requested to return them to the moved to this city from Koseburg ter pail f last w.-rk from a trip
leave them where delivery can pick
Students Go to Corvallis.
ERS SAY THAT HAS them up. A. C. Anderson, j26-f9c Let us clean up your ear. We Bend and other coast towns.
Chaperoned by Mrs. J. Q. Willets
have the right way of washing and
A petition of property owners liv
BUILT MY EXTENSIVE
Miss Geneva Kime spent the week are experts at polishing. Nelson’s ing in Landess acres asking for a
and E. J. Edwards, instructor in
end in Roseburg with Mr. and Mrs. Service Station.
agriculture, thirteen local high
county road 50 feet wide to be es
I W. W. McFarland.
school students will go to Corvallis
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Longworth tablished there has been presented
MY AIM from the first
today to attend the judging ton
Mrs. George Neeley left Saturday arrived Tuesday from Prescott, to the county court.
was to build a reputation for Los Angeles for her heulth.
lefts and special program put on
Ariz., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Z. L.
purely on recommendation,
there by the department of agricul
Miss Stella VanFleet, a student at Coz, who are old friends.
ture. Those who will make the
and every day goes further the University of Oregon, visited Mrs. William Wald and Mrs. Fern Miss Blanche Ransdall, of Spring
trip are Ross Glass, wuv
to prove that 1 have accom Saturday at the B. C. King home. Owen, of Anlauf, were here Tuesday field, is /¿siting at the home of Mr.
Ned Smith, George McReynolds,
Poultrymen—Figure with us on shopping.
plished this to my entire
and Mrs. Rom Sears.
-, Floyd r
your baby chick supplies. Sterling
Mrs. Walter I.acky and son
Liims Hoard, /*
Mrs. Lucy Holland went to
j26c Ernest, left Tuesday morning for Springfield Saturday to visit her Important! Watch This Calendar! Ft t line Shjt ian,
REMEMBER my 20 years
Mrs. O. M. Miller is in Portland Portland t > visit Mrs. Lucky’ b par daughter, Mrs. Riley Snodgrass, who
1 uielia Robison, Muriel Younjj,
of experience. During that I buying stock for the coming season. ents. Mr, and Mrs. W. F.
has tho influenza.
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F. E. Mendenhall, Watchmaker
time I have been daily test
Moving and storage. Phone 99.
J. W. Veatch was in Corvallis on
Watkius Lockwood Injured.
Guaranteed work at pre-war
ing and examining every business a day or two the first part City Transfer.
<$>-------------------------------------- <s> K. C. Lockwood has received word prices.
New Era Drug Store.
Herbert \danis went to Eugene
known form of eyestrain, of the week.
that his brother, Watkins Lock
W. Hays, superintendent of Wednesday afternoon on business.
The agriculture classes under the wood, was knocked down by a
and successfully relieved the O. city
schools, and H. J. Shinn
Mrs. Ivel Loucks left yesterday
supervision of E J Edwards, will bicycle in Beattie last Friday morn million times per day. A variation
thousands of cases by cor went to Sutherlin
Friday night and to spend .i week or mere in Port
drive to Corvallis today. They will ing and that he is suffering from of one swing in 10,000 would throw
officiated as judges for a debate land ordering spring and summer
take an active part in the contests a fractured skull. More recent word it off more than one minute a week.
between Roseburg and Sutherlin goods.
given by the agriculture club of the received by Mr. Lockwood is to The watch is considered the most
Oregon Agricultural college for high ihe effect that, ulthough the caso perfect of machines, yet most people
A cement floor was put in this
Gromore fertilizer, at Darby’s.
school students. The contest will is serious, his brother will recover. forget that it must have care if it
week in the store room of the Bert
include dairy cattle judging, farm
A 7%-pound son was born Satur Trask grocery store.
gives accurate time.
shop work, potato judging and the
day morning to Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Mendenhall, the new jeweler,
The Walter Irons family, who had
Poe Sells Barber Shop.
judging of diseased cattle.
been here while Mr. Irons was en-
O. J. Poe has sold his barbershop soys a watch should be cleaned and
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Cotter, re gaged as superintendent of construc
to C. H. Boslaugh, of St. Lawrence, oiled each year or it will wear so it
The senior class program is being 8.
to tion on the new Kem building, re
—. Mr. Boslaugh will bring his will run at different rates when it
Oregon cently of Summer, have moved
planned but as yet no date has been family to this city soon.
is placed in different positions. Mr.
turned to tlieir home in Roseburg
Mrs. Cotter’s ranch at Saginaw.
fixed. The feature of the program
Mendenhall also says he finds many
Harry Rentle and Emmett Burn Saturday by automobile.
will be the report of Detective Har
people who are puzzled about jew-
Fine new leather seat oak diners
side attended a meeting of the Eu
ry Williams. Students will be sur
els—what they are like and their
gene Motorcycle association in Eu at bargain prices at Darby’s.
prised to hear the shocking things
use in watches, If any wish to un-
gene Thursday night of last week.
Mrs. Ed Willson is able to be
Detective Williams has detected
thes«' he will _ gladly
a day,’’ remarked Mrs. Grouch. And derstaud about
LADIES, CALL AND SEE OUR about again after her recent ser
The best of everything in about the basketball players and Mr. Grouch replied, “Well it must show them the different kinds of
NEW LINE OF ART GOODS. THE
jewels and explain their uso.
Baked Goods is here in a their coach.
mean phonograph needles then, for
Miss Della Gertjo, of Drain, has
♦---------------------- ----------------------- ® FAIR STORE.
a... .—I1 at
accepted a position at the Hender plentiful assortment—a col
The junior and senior classes will
A congregational meeting of the son restaurant.
Marion Horning is home from a
lection that affords the honor the freshman and sophomore
ñothingcáñ bë V ë
Eugene hospital, where he spent sev Presbyterian church has been called
Mrs. Kate Veatch was able to housewife a chance to get classes with a party at Moose hall
A Great Machine.
eral weeks recovering from a serious for February 13. Supper will be return to her work as postmaster
— IF yOU'REl
Few . people
wound on his head received while served at 5 o 'clock after which the first of the week after an away front heme baking day the form of a circus and guests
what wonderful and important ma
working at a Rujada logging camp. there will be meeting of the congre absence of more than a week on
25 cents. According to reports from chines our modern timepieces are.
account of illness.
Nelson for batteries, tires, g“8,
Albert Tonole and Hilda Scheu-
those on committees, the party will Our civilization is largely built upon
oils, accessories, repairing and any
Dr. A. W. Kime has leased rhe
thing else your car needs.
residence on east Main street which
Saturday in Eugene.
he recently sold but is still occupy
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wheeler and
month's variation made little differ
The royal purple degree «us con ing for a period of six months. Dur
sen Robert left Thursday of last ferred
<é>----------------------------------------------------------------- 4> ence in the affairs of men. Later
week for their home in Ocean Falls, night by members of the Wima- ing that time he plans to build.
this changed to weeks, then days,
B. C., after spending a month with hala Encampment and degree team
Miss Thelma Nation spent tho & ........... ■ - - —_____________________
hours, minutes, and today seconds
Mrs. Wheeler’s parents, Mr. and
week end with friends in Albany.
aro frequently spoken of in frac
Mrs. D. C. Cole, at Dorena.
P lum tus-3
Moving and storage. Phone 99.
Miss Virginia Bosley is home
piece is the watch. Tho ordinary
TURES AT THE FAIR.
from Eugene, where she spent sev- City Transfer.
watch, small as it is, is comprised
(Special to The Sentinel.)
E. L. Nation, of Salem, is visit
Miss Charlotte Banfield, instruc
eial weeks in a hospital suffering
Feb. 7.—Work resumed here Mon of more than 100 pieces. The bal
tor in drama and the speech arts
from a serious case of blood poison ing his daughter, Miss Thelma
We have in a shipment of at the University of Oregon, spent day, after a week’s lay off, due to ance wheel vibrates or swings five
times per second, so tho watch ticks
heavy enow fall.
A nine and a half pound daughter bright yellow corn. Best the week end here at the home of a Mrs.
Gromore for your fruit trees,
LaBells Stewart, who is in five times per second, almost a half
house plants, lawns and gardens at
W. D. Turner, of Baker, visited a Eugene hospital, is recovering
Mrs. Robert Alleman.
for a long time and our
W. L. Darby & Co.
from her recent operation.
the J. D. Wirth family over rupidly
Mark Hathaway was in the city prices are right,
Get our Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Queener and
Mrs. Ivan Warner went to Eugene
Friday to attend a gathering of from Eugene Saturday on business. prices for ton lots.
little son Robert, visited several
Charles Spray and Harry Skilling days last week at the C. J. Queener
Floyd Runk and Roy Heck at
school day chums that evening.
left early Monday morning for San homo at Bugiaaw.
Lester Harrington broke his left tended the meeting of high school
Francisco, where they start a four
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tanner and
shoulder a few days ago while student body presidents and sec
training period in the navy.
son Frankie visited jver Saturday
wrestling with a boy friend and is retaries at the University of Oregon
Gromore, at Darby’s.
night in the Grove with their
now in a Eugene hospital receiving last Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. T. D. Hodges and baby re daughter, Mrs. Win. Vaughn.
Miss Daisy Johnson has arrived
Mrs. Ellen Owens, of Star,
turned Wednesday from Salem,
NEW GINGHAMS, NEW PER from Ashland to visit at the home
of her sister, Mrs. Fred Beidler.
Richard Flegg, who had been em where they had been visiting Mrs. ited Sunday witi Mrs. B. F.
CALES AT THE FAIR.
ployed on the construction of the Hodges’ mother, Mrs. E. B. Perry.
SUGAR—By the sack wo will give you the lowest price
Miss Eva Russell and Miss Marian
Mrs. Mary Bniitn has moved to
Ted Fering, of Creswell, and Al
I new Kem building, left Tuesday for
White, who are attending the Uni
versity of Oregon, spent the week Bradley's Service Station IS Roseburg, wheri he will remain for bert Doolittle, of Dorena, on Wed ployed.
pounds for........................... . ....... . .....
a time before going on to Cali- nesday bought used cars from the
end at the home of Miss White's
'I he Henry Sanders family visited
Where You Get Your
Earl Motor company.
fernia, his farmer home.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. White.
relatives at Wildwood Bunday.
NEW ART GOODS AT THE
LARD—I*ure lard, 5-pound pail.............
George McQueen is confined to
Georg Bjorset spent the week end
his home with an attack of the
COFFEE—At a real saving.
in Portland and Forest Grove.
RICE—Best we can buy, 3 pounds for..
J. H. Chambers went to Portland grippe.
Galloway for insurance, 511 Main, i We charge batteries in eight
For prompt and efficient service
(Special to The Sentinel.)
BEANS—Less than wholesale.
O. E. Preo, of Eugene, spent the hours and we guarantee our Wednesday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Allison and you may come again,
week end here at the home Of his I work. Our prices are right.
Feb. 7.—Miss Bertha Cox, of the
CORN MEAL—Fresh, 9-pound sack...
We also have a full line of Mr. and Mrs. Walter McDonald, of Dr. and Mrs. Gavcn C. Dyott at Grove, visited over Bunday at tho
brother, J. J. Preo.
SOAP—Laundry or toilet, 6 bars for....
Burtlett Johnston home.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Griffin, of GATES AND AJAX TIRES
CITRl S POWDER Per package only
tended the automobile show in Port
Eugene, spent Sunday here with the
land this week in company with of Crow, visited Bunday at the W.
DUTCH CLEANSER Per can...............
G. W. McQueens.
Mrs. Dyott’s father, F. E. Dunn, of F. Brigg« home. The J. A. Briggs
A son, who has been named James 404 South Fifth
Phone 91 business Wednesday.
children, of Siuslaw, and the D. L.
RAISINS-—New crop, per pound............
McFarland, was born February 1 to
James Ambrose, of Yoncalla, was
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Edwards. Mr I
CRACKERS—Our crackers are always fresh and we
■ a visitor nere Wednesday at the after a visit here at the home of
Edwards is a Cottage Grove boy
sell for less.
who graduated from the local high
Mrs. G. A. Sanders, Mrs. Fred I A. L. Weldon home.
Mrs. Romaine’s father, Dr. A. W.
Mrs. C. C. Moody spent Sunday
—Iowa sugar corn, 2 for..........................
school and the University of Ore Bennett, Ruth Bede, Pearl and 1
C. T. Vallier bought a new Ford Kime. Mr. Romaine will join them afternoon at the Scott home.
MEAT—We can always save you money,
gon, and until recently had been Crystal Robinson and Dollie Pitcher ■ coupe from Woodson Brothers Wed Saturday and they will drive back.
Clayton Conrad and wife have
SALT—Any kind and size at real cash prices.
in business in Eugene.
made up a party motoring to Cor nesday. John Taylor, of Latham,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sturges ar gone to Marshfield.
POST TOASTIES—Our price........................................... 10c
Moving and storage. Phone 99. vallis last Friday afternoon for the i bought a touring car.
rived Wednesday from Grants Pass
tf girls’ basketball game.
Notice—I am leaving Cottage for a visit at the home of their son, to Noti Sunday.
MATCHES- Pre-war prices, per box............................ 5c
E. E. Arthur made a trip to Grove soon. Anyone desiring me to D. W. Sturges.
a crew of
W. L. Leonard
Mrs. C. E. Frost went to Eugene
Fresh, bulk, 3 pounds for.............................. 27c
do photo work for them must come
I Salem Saturday.
Wednesday on business.
Mrs. E. L. Smith, of Melrose, men working ig on the highway and
or make an appointment right away.
find everything in this store at real cash
A. L. Monroe, Monroe Studio. jl9-26 spent the week end here at the
your money in Cottage Grove.
George Lammers went to Port Hclliwell.
land Tuesday night on business.
Miss Marie McCargar, who is
(Special to The Sentinel.)
A daughter was born Monday to teaching nt Melrose, spent the week
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Downs, of end at her lome here.
Feb. 8.—Mrs. Berilla Jackson, of
Mountain View, nt the R. B. Hanna
Mr. and Mrs. George Lee were in Croswell, visited last week at the
Oscar Jackson home.
Cut this out, bring it into the store before February 15th
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Purvance,
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Conner, of
and we will allow you 25c on any of the following items:
of Corvallis, are here with Mrs.
Eugene, spent the week end at the
Purvance’s mother, Mrs. Lucy
C. C. Conner home.
SACK SUGAR, SACK FLOUR,
visiting at the home of his daugh
The Ben Jackson family, of Walk
I Currin, who is ill.
SACK POTATOES OR A HAM.
er, visited Sunday at the Oscar
Randolph, small son of Mr. and
Among local people who attended Jackson home.
Mrs. W. E. Kern, had his tonsils
SEEDS AND SETS
Mrs. T. D. Hodges and baby re
| and adnoids removed at the office the “Merry Widow’’ musical com
edj in Eugene Tuesday night were turned Wednesday from a two
of a local physician Saturday.
We have just received new fresh supply of garden seeds
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Nelson Jr., Mr.
A basket social under the aus and Mrs. G. A. Proctor Jr., Mrs. A. weeks’ visit in Salem with Mrs.
and sets. Now is the time to buy your onion sets as they
Hodges ’ parents.
BRINO THEM TO JONES & EATON FOR HIGHEST
W. Kime and daughter Mrs. Roy
are cheaper now and of a better quality than you will
Mylon Haight left Monday for
the Presbyterian church has been Romaine, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert
be able to buy later.
ananged for February 17.
CASH PRICES—TELEPHONE “3"
Smith, Miss Katherine Mendenhall, employed.
If you want a house finished up Miss Ruth Phelps, D. R. Hamant
C. H. Haight was in Eugene. Fri
I to suit vo ir taste, see us. We have and Ernest Kurre.
one under construction. 8. L. God
A. A. Whitsett, of Eugene, is
He*. E. G. O. Groat, pastor emcr
jl9c it vs, how in his 90th year, preached sp«*nding the week with the Conner
The Store That Appreciates Your Trade
F. H. Peters, of the Lewis Peters at the Baptist church Bunday brothers.
: Lumber company of Eugene, was in morning, his text being “The Love
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stanley leave
¡thia city Monday on business
Friday morning for Bellingham,
of Christ Constraineth U».' ’
Miss Audrey Roberts, instructor
in English in the high school, and
her mother, who recently came here
to join her daughter, this week
moved into the apartments in the
new Keiu building.
Specials for Friday
Bank of Cottage Grove
High School News I
D. J. Scholl
Tales of the Town
The Cottage Grove
STERLING FEED CO.
Give Your Dollar a Chance
Exide Batteries and Service
Trask’s Cash Grocery
Eggs! Eggs! Eggs!
JONES C& EATON