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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1923)
—a most friendly sort of bank
Bank of Cottage Grove
Come in and let The White
Pharmacy explain its special
proposition by which you get
credit of $2.50 with a purchase
of $10 worth of Penalar or
Rev. H. B. Iler made a trip to
' Eugene Friday to attend a meeting
I of pastors of Baptist churches in
l^ane county at which details of the
program for the annual session of
the Umpqua Baptist association
which meets in Eugene June 5 and
6 were arranged.
Stewart for good plumbing.
—is a builder of community interests
—build with us
An 8^-pound daughter was born
Friday to Mr and Mrs. Toni Miller.
A daughter was born May 22 to
Mr. and Mrs. Janies Hanna, who
formerly lived here but now reside
in Roseburg. Mrs. Carl Witte spent
the week end at the Hanna home.
Polychrome frames at Graham’s
New cement walks are beiug put
down in front of tho residences of
H. W. Titus and C. A. Kurre on
north Ninth street.
Mrs. E. C. Spray is improving
nicely, according to reports from
the hospital where she is receiving
Shingles. S. L. Godard.
Why pay rent when you can own
a home for the rent! Bee Spray,
105 Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. French, of
Albany, visited Monday at the R. L.
Stewart home. They were on their
way to Ixis Angeles.
A. Brewer and three daughters,
Mrs. W. W. Miller, Mrs. E. M.
Spray and Mrs. B. 8. Marcum, were
here for Memorial day. All are
from Portland except Mrs. Miller,
who resides in Grauts Pass.
Graham ’a Picture Shop for quick
Mrs. Clyde S. Roberts and son
Stewart have gone to Aberdeen,
Wash., for a visit with Mrs. Rob
erts’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
James Mills, of Coos Bay, spent
the week end here at the home of
his brother, K. K. Mills.
Cement. S. L. Godard.
Mrs. B. R. Job and Mrs. C. E.
Umphrey returned Thursday night
from Medford, where they had at
tended the state convention of fed
erated w omen ’» clubs.
Miss Thelma Nation, who taught
in the city schools the past year,
left Friday for her home in Salem.
Jersee calf meal is a most econom
ical feed for raising calves. Try it
and if you are not perfectly satis
fied your money will be cheerfully
refunded. For sale by Sterling Feed
The Beldon Medley family, of
Philomath, spent Sunday here with
Mr. Medley’s mother, Mrs. Rebecca
Mr. and Mrs. Seldon Powell mo
tored to Pleasant Hill Sunday and
visited with the S. H. Callison fam-
Mrs. Clarence Brown, of White
Ku lino n. Wash, is visiting with Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Brown.
Mr. und Mrs. J. B. Lincbuugh
left Tuesday for Astoria for a visit
at the home of their daughter, Mrs.
R. G. Landwehr.
Mis. B. R. Job and Mrs. Charles
Adams spent Memorial day in Cor
Virgil Powell and Miss Martha
Wilkinson motored over from Cor
vallis Wednesday and visited with
Mr. Powell’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. 8. Powell.
An eight-pound daughter was
born yesterday morning to Mr. nnd
Mrs. Horace Hatch.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Spencer and
Mrs. Grace VanBoskirk, of Eugene,
spent Memorial day here with rela
(Si>ecial to The Sentinel.)
May 31.—Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Briggs nnd sons Ernest and Vern
and Nellie Fogle motored to Junc
tion City Sunday and attended the
W. O. W. picnic.
Miss Alma Adney, who is staging
at Yoncalla, spent the week end at
Mrs. C. C. Moody visited in Eu
gene Sunday with her son Kelly.
Queener, Andy Pierce and Flora
bogie were in Junction City Sun
The Walker high school baseball
team lost a game to the Thurston
team at Thurston Friday. The high
school students were supper guests
that evening of Miss Andrews,
principal of the Walker Hchool, at
her home in Eugene.
The Walkivy children, who have
been ill the past week, are now
William Sharon has sold his mo
torcycle and bought a Chevrolet
The final meeting of the literary
society for the season was held at
the schojl house Friday night.
Mary Neat visited Monday with
Gladys Benston. She was on her
way from Eugene to Cottage Grove.
D. J. Scholl
JUNE 1st—JUNE 9th
—knows the necessity of al
ways keeping on hand a plenti
ful supply of package and
canned goods. We always have
a complete line ami make spe
cial prices in quantities.
ER ESI I VEGETABLES AND
FRUITS ALWAYS ON HANI)
I Neighborhood News!
Miss Nanne Heaton and Mrs.
Nina laiosley, the former of Enter
prise mid the latter of Portland, are
RESOURCES, OVER $200,000
visiting at the Homer Galloway
home. Mi. and Mrs. Galloway and
daughter Rachel and Rev. A. R.
Spearow and Mrs. Spearow's moth
er, Mrs. Emily Schoeneck, of Eu
gene, motored down for them Thurs
»lust week from Cottage Grove high day of last week, returning Friday.
school, wont to Eugene Sunday to
I have several real bargains in
start work at the Anchorage tea city property; also good farms,
house near the university and to small or large. J. F. Spray. m2tfc
Shingles. S. L. Godard.
attend summer school.
Mr. and Mrs. William Donaldson,
Miss Gail Craig, who had been
Brick, tile, hearth tile. S. L. of Springfield, spent Sunday with visiting at the home of her sister,
the J. 8. McKay family.
Mrs. M. V. Welden, returned Satur
day to her home in Portland.
Mitts Ixitlie Robbins, of Amity,
Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Veatch nnd
is a guest at tho home of her aunt,
Mrs. C. M. Jackson. She is on her
Dale Veatch, of Pedee; Mr. and
HAVE US EXAMINE
way home from North Bend, where
Mrs. Fred Wigle, of Junction City;
she*attended the Rebekah assembly.
Mrs. Ben Groff, of Bend, and Mrs.
Thomas Richmond, of Gardiner,
Miss Vera Turner, who had been
Only diseased or injured visiting
were here for Memorial day.
with Miss Hallie Willits,
eyes require the services of returned Monday to her home in
Gates tires and Elide batteries
an oculist (physician eye Grants Pass.
at Bradley’s Service Station.
Mrs. 8. O. Imcy, sister of F. B.
Brick, tile, hearth tile. S. L.
Shortridge, Mrs. Win. Griffith mid
Errors of vision require Godard.
Ernest Bartenstein, all of Portland,
glasses—properly fitted by
Miss Elizabeth Hess visited last
visited here Memorial day.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
an optometrist (the legal week at the home of her sister,
Miss Alice Evans, teacher the
Mrs. W. J. White. She was on her
May 30.—The regular meeting of
practitioner of optometry).
way from Astoria, where she had
literary society, postponed on
left Tuesday evening for her home the
If you have an error of been visiting, to her home in San
account of chautauqua, will be held
vision, muscular trouble or Francisco.
sister, Miss Mary Evans, who hud
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Clark and
Mrs. George Myers, of Wildwood,
eyes strained from overwork
just concluded a year of teaching nt baby
and Mr. Clark’s sisterk Mary
—then you need exactly the left Saturday for Portland and Van
Glendale. They motored homo.
and Martha, of Brush Prairie,
couver to join her husband.
services we render.
Galloway for insurance, 511 Main. Wash., are visiting at the Manly
j Jersee calf meal, for raising
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Shinn were Sprow home.
If your eyes need any calves, pigs and poultry. Sterling
here from Portland Memorial day.
Work is progressing rapidly on
thing further, we will so ad Feed Co.
the McCoy lath and shingle mill.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Jones wrere
Miss Katheryn Hemenway is
up from Portland Memorial day
up from Eugene Friday night to at
spending the week end nt the G. M.
tend commencement exercises at the
Scott home in Cottage Grove and
Miss Helen Darling, a student
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hambrick, of
mid service. Graham’s Picture Shop.
at the University of Oregon, was
the Grove, visited Sunday nt the
a week-end guest at the D. H. Hem-
home of Mrs. Hambrick’s sister,
have sailed from Japan for an ex Mrs. G. W. McFarland.
Factory on Premises
tended visit here. Their two-year-
Mrs. Baker returned to her home
Large line of table crockery
old son John died a few weeks ago. in Salem Sunday, having accompa
just received. W. L. Darby &
Mrs. Madden is a daughter of Mr. nied her mother, Mrs. G. W. McFar
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hauprichs, mid Mrs. D. H. Heinen way.
land, home Thursday.
Miss Bertha Cox spent Memorial
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cooley and
The S. C. Veatch family were of Wallowa, are coming to spend
day in Yoncalla.
daughter Elizabeth and Mr. and
here from Halsey Friday to attend
the high school commencement ex
Vulcanizing, battery repair, 8-hour Mrs. W. E. Dorward visited Sunday
Mrs. J. A. Elledge has been dis ercises. Their son Wayne is a mem
Full line of Diamond tires battery recharging. Bradley’s Ser nt the M. M. Wheeler home.
Mr and Mrs. Otto Dobbersteiu
missed from a Eugene hospital, ber of the graduating class. He will and tubes. West Side Garage. vice Station.
daughter Perla visited Sunday
where she received medical atten teach near Halsey next year.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fullmer and and
the D. H. Reni pie home.
tion for several weeks. She will re
A daughter was born Friday to
son Earl returned Wednesday from
Mabel Zacker, Darwin Boi
main in Eugene for two weeks be Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Brund.
pass, where they were called by the a visit in Portland and The Dalles. ton and Mrs. Oppel were’iii Eugene
fore returning home.
George Teeters visited in Portland Monday.
A woman tells us that angels death of Mr, Richardson’s brother,
Galloway writes insurance.
Sunday with his son Ralph, who is
don’t gossip. Where do women go Walter Richardson.
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Bolton have
Miss Alice Morían,' who graduated ' when they die.
A nine-pound son was born Sun in the government hospital there. moved up on the hill again.
Sterling Bolton has undergone an
day to Rev. and Mrs. J. 11. Ebert. He found Ralph quite cheerful, al
though improving only slowly.
operation and is reported to be re
Organized gangs of thieves are
Rev. E. L. Winterberger, of Eu covering nicely.
stealing automobiles everywhere.
M. M. Wheeler, A. B. Smith and
Get Tom Awbrey’s special rates on gene occupied the pulpit at the
fire and theft. At Durham’s store. Piesbyterian church Sunday in the Mr. Tarr, comprising the budged
absence of the pastor, Rev. A. R. committee, met with the school
Mrs. Margaret Cooper, who had Spearow, and will conduct the ser board Thursday evening and formu
been visiting at the homes of her vices both morning and evening lated the budget, which will be pre
daughters, Mrs. Maud Hohl and next Sunday.
seated to the voters nt the annual
Mrs. George Hohl, Left Monday for
Donald Loosley, of Medford, school election June 18.
her home in St. Helens.
Charles Bates, of the Grove, was
spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs.
The Cheney & Moore cleaning and Nina Loosley, who is hero from at the W. A. Hemenway home.
pressing parlors have been moved Portland visiting at the Homer Gal
from their former quarters to the loway home.
Table manners are the vilest abet
Odd Fellows building, where the
James Sutherland has bought a tor of school discipline in sending
firm recently established a second
young children into the
new Studebaker coupe from the Ser ministry. The
BEGINNING JUNE 1 AND LASTING UNTIL JUNE 9
hand furniture shop.
Tittle boy who said
etiquette was what kept him from
Cement. S. L. Godard.
WE WILL GIVE YOU SOME REAL CASH BARGAINS
Homer H. Harvey, accompanied getting two pieces of pie was right.
F. H. Morlan han sold his inter by his son Milburn, motored here You can always spot the man who
Flour—Baker Girl, hard wheat, sack........................ $2.00
from Medford Decoration day mid was brought up on table manners.
his partner, J. J. Morrison, and will is visiting with his parents, Mr. and He wears a long, sanctimonious
Crown—none better, sack.............................................. $2.25
look for a location on the coast.
Mrs. I M. Harvey, and his brother look, with appealing eyes, and is al
Sugar—9 pounds of cane sugar for............................. $1.00
Mrs. E. M. Miller, en route to Worth.
ways humming “I want to be an
Brooms—Extra good ones for.......................................... 90c
Portland from her home at Lake
Mrs. D. H. Hemenway left Wed angel, ” and he really means it. His
Soap—25 bars, assorted kinds, laundry....................... $1.00
view, visited Friday at the J. Q. nesday for Portland, where she will hands reach out toward heaven, blit
Rice—Best head rice, 3 lbs................................................25c
visit her daughter, Mrs. Carl Price, his stomach is always in a reminis
The Sharpies cream separator is her new grandson, Thomas Hemen cent mood. The boy who is taught
Prunes—Large Italian, per lb.... ...................................... 10c
the only separator that skims clean way price, and her sister, Mrs. to sit so that his backbone touches
Washing Powder—Several kinds.............................. at cost
at varied speeds. Call at Sterling’s Frona Giltner.
the chair at every point, with a
Crackers—Large box for..............
Feed Store and look the machine
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Blakely are demerit mark for every vertebra
Beans—Pink, 3 lbs. for................
occupying the new bungalow re that misses contact, who must take
Sardines—3 large 25c cans........................................... —..50c
A pick-up baseball team of Cot cently erected on Third street by what is handed him and never ask
for more—why, when he gets out
tage Grove business men went to Albert Woodard.
Cleanser—4 cans for........... ......................................... — 25c
Row River Thursday evening of
Mrs. Susan Poe left Tuesday for in the big business world where
Macaroni—4 lbs. elbow for.............................................. 25c
last week and were defeated 5 to 0 a visit at the home of a daughter everybody is polite and waits his
Crisco.......................... ...... .............. 3 lbs., 70c; 6 lbs., $1.35
by the Row River team.
in Portland, after which she will go turn—just like a family of pigs in
—my, what a lovely chance
Toilet Paper—4 large rolls for.... . .................................. 25c
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Moore spent to eastern Oregon for the 'summer. a he trough
has! The observant person is
Raisins—Seedless, in bulk, 3 lbs...................................... 50c
Sunday at the Hlaine Addison home
Mrs. Barton Helliwell nnd son likely to have noticed, however,
Baking Powder—2Vjflb. can of Calumet................... 65c
Robert, Miss Alice Mahn, Miss Vel that the boy who grabs for the
Baking Powder—21/2-lb. can Schillings
Table crockery of every kind. ma Kruse, Walter Kruse aad Ber biscuits as he needs them is the
Kruse, all of Roseburg, visit boy who finally lands in congress.
Big shipment received yester trurn
ed at the C. 8. Plaster borne last
Pepper—Half-pound can of Golden West................... 25c
day. W. L. Darby & Co. jel week and attended commencement Some of the prettiest sentiments
Wash Tubs—No. 3 size...... ......... . .............. ...................$1 00
Little change is reported in the exercises.
are contained in homely phrases.
• • •
condition of Raymond Grube, who
Wash Boilers—Large size, brass bottom.......... . ........ $3.35
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Nelson Jr. arc
in Corvallis. Mr. Nelson will par
A mathematician ought to be able
ticipate in a shoot there and Mrs. to net hii fellow man a good ex
Mop Sticks, only.........................
A marriage license wan issued Nelson is visiting relatives.
• • •
Saturday to James R. Collier, of Eu
THE FOLLOWING LIST WE ARE CLOSING
Mr. and Mrs. U. C. Hatch, who
gene, and Miss Jessie Bernis, of had been visiting at the A, L. Van
inclined to give the
OUT AT COST
Osdel home, left yesterday morning induatrioua, honeat man a fair
Dishes, Graniteware, Pails, Strainers, Fire Shovels,
It is worth your while to buy for their home in Cleveland, O.
a a •
Butter Molds, Flour Sifters. Measuring Cups, Dust Pans,
Gordon Whity and Awbrey Pur
Penslar or non-secret remedies
Suffrage leader» are denouncing
Stove Lifters—in fact everything we have in this line.
at The White Pharmacy and cell left Sunday by motorcycle, tho the eoraet. Woman ia determined
for Fossil, where he will to break all bonda.
The above items are only a few of the many specials
get a credit of $2.50 on $10 former
spend the summer, nnd the latter
we will have for June 1 to dune 9 for cash only.
worth of jewelry. Come in and for Hoquiam, Wash.
let us explain the remedies and
Mr. and Mrs. Clair Spray mo
Leave your order with us for strawberries for can
our special advertising plan.
tored up from Roseburg and spent
Memorial day with Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Lena Burcham, who recently Jeptha
Stated communication at 8
completed a term of school at Mas-
o'clock Wedaeaday evening,
Miss Marjorie Shay, who is at
law, has gone to Lake I^raise, Can.,
June 8. F. C. and M M.
to join the staff of a hotel for the tending normal school at Monmouth, degrees.
home over the week end.
I »nmmer. Miss Lucile Smith, of
urged to be present. Visitor» wel
i Springfield, who also taught last
Mrs. F. A. Green spent Memorial corned.
TILE STORE THAT APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE
year at Linslaw, accompanied Miss day in Independence with her
HERBERT W. LOMBARD,
father, A. Wilson.
By order W. M.
EYES ARE AN OPEN
BOOK TO US
MEMORIAL DAY WINDOWS
PAY TRIBUTE TO SOLDIERS
Several attractive windows in lo
cal business houses paid tribute to
soldiers and commemorated Mem
orial day. At the Graham Picture
Shop several very fine patriotic
pictures were used in the window'.
One, a valuable print from n steel
engraving made shortly after the
Civil war, was prompted by the
outcome of that struggle. Another,
showing the surrender of Cormvallis
in the Revolutionary war, was made
in 1845. More recent pictures were
inspired by the Spanish-American
and world wars. At the W. L.
Darby store a grave, decorated with
flowers and flags, mutely paid trib
ute to the soldier dead.
NEW GRAVITATION LAW
A man claims to have invented
something that will overcome the
laws of gravitation. If he would
invent something that would cause
a dollar to return to you after be
ing spent that would be more to
« • •
Tho reason woman appears so
good is that there is nothing but
man to compare her with.
• ♦ •
Some men apparently get married
as a last resort to prove to a woman
that marriage is a failure.
• • •
If Rockefeller is a rose bush in
the Lord’s garden we’ll wager that
the flowers will be thrifty.
LOST A 17 JEWEL ll.i.l\<»l>
THREE LOCAL BOYS TAKE
watch, May 24, between Teeters
DE MOLAY INITIATION creek and Dorena. Notify C. H.
Jennings, Doietin, Ore,_____ jnel-15c
Three local boys, Dvinins and
Notice of Annual Meeting.
Wright, were iniiatvd into the
The Coast Fork Telephone Coin
Knights DeMolay, an organization
for Mason’s sons and their friends, pany will hold its annual meeting
in Eugene last night. A number of at London school house Friday,
Cottage Grove Masons accompanied June 15, nt 2 p. m. All members
the boys to Eugene and witnessed are requested to be present.
F. C. FÜHRER,
J. E. BANTON,
Forestry Head Visits Here.
Colonel W. B. Greeley, of Wash
ington, D. C., chief of the forestry
service, was an unexpected visitor WHEN SOME WORK TO)
here this week. In company with
Mr. Neil, of the Roseburg office, he US YOU MENTION -
visited the operations in the govern
ment timber at Rujada. Mr. Greeley
is on a tour of inspection of for
estry conditions in Oregon.
Speeders Pay Fines.
Traffic violators brought boforp
Police .Fudge Galloway the past
week were fined as follows: P. C.
Muldoon, $8; John Doe (tourist),
$10; L. Nelson, $10; L. Herrynian,
$20; M. L. Hiegel, $10. All wrere
up for spoeding within the city
Nothing is quite so irritating as
to have a person ask your opinion
and then try to argue you out of it.
Specials Friday and Saturday
5 pounds of lard for.............................. 75c
5 pounds of compound for...........
10 pounds of compound for......
10 pounds cf lard for................
Spring Lamb and Spring Fryers
Also a Full Line of Lunch Meats
Free Delivery at All Tinies
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“MOM’S got a party on at the house
tonight, two lights are out—gotta get
some Edison M azda Lamps right away.
After this, Mother is going to keep an
extra Edison M azda Lamp for every
socket in the house.
I’m on my way to—
The Electric Store
V. R. Kein, Prop.
The rifhr Edison M.A2DA Lamp in
fixtune will give you better lifll