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COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEToFRIDAY, JULY 6, 1923
^¿Kor,d ‘ LIGHTER weight
(Popular Mechanics Magazine.)
a.________ _____ ________________
“Depth" in Movies on One
Strip of Film
While heretofore the single eyo of Number of Heavy Animals During
tho ordinary camera han been able to
Recent Months Has Been in
record only two flat dimensions, length
fend width, a California inventor
Excess of Requirements.
•lainw to have added a third-“ depth. ”
The result is said to give a stereoscopic
¿fleet, bringing the details of the lec
ture into sharp relief. Previous efforts
along this line have requir’d tho us" of
two strips of film and soino H;xsciid do-
vice before the eyes of the spectator.
But the new invention is declared to' Additional Amounts of Fat Found
Large Cuts la Also Responsible
use only a single strip of film.
for Prejudice Against Thia
HOT FAVORED BY HOUSEWIFE
Dynamite Breaks Up Ship’s
Cargo of Potash
Ctaea of Meat.
Dynamite has frequently boon used
with success for lixteemug up solid
masses of bulk material, but generally
tn more or less open s ; mu ’ cs . A daring
departure was made recently when the
In'-tliod was used for prying loose a
i argo of hardened potai-h in a ship’s’
old. At first picks were used in an
( ft. nipt to loosen the mass, but were
’. -u..ly discarded as Ix-ing too slow and.
i <>: tly. Dynamite was then suggested
i nd used, although it proved difficult
Vo persuade the captain that no injury
iv< >uld result to the ship. The charges
(Prepared by th« United States Department
DON’T BE A GROUCH.
The pessimist adds nothing to his
muteriul or moral assets by growl
ing. Don’t bo a grouch. It is the
most certain way to lose friends
Nobody finds this world easy. Tho
wealthiest man has cares; while the
idlor—is he not often the most
miserable of meal Happiness is
found under thatches as frequently
us under marble domes.
Few bonds are so strong that they
will not snap under grouehiness.
One uiay have the kindest of hearts,
ono may mean the best in the world,
but how is one’s dearest friend to
know this, if he presents eternally
a forbidding face.
Be cheery. Hope is half the battle.
If you lose, maaage a bit of resigna
tion. Better men thau you have
lost greater battles, and smiled.
Cheer enables you to bring again;
time spent in grouching is time lost.
Self conceit is at the bottom of
most grouehiness. Tho grouchy indi
vidual usually is convinced that the
world has combined against him,
whereas in a majority of instances,
ho is too insignificant for any such
The world givos everyone a chance
—not for fortune or for fame, upon
tho average, but for competency and
a tolerable existence. If one deserves
more that desert is of itself riches,
enjoyed and hoarded by tho wise
and self knowing.
But, whatever your estato or
whatever your convictions, don’t be
a grouch. Grouehiness will lose you
what little you have.
woman or child can long bo patient
with a pessimist.—Calumet Nows.
In tho matter of tho estate of
Winfield S. Chrisman, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has filed his final ac
count as administrator of the estate
of Winfield 8. Chrisman, deceased,
with the County Clerk of Lane
County, Oregon, and an order has
been made and entered of record
directing this notice and setting
tho 14th day of July, 1923, at the
hour of 10 o’clock in the forenoon
for tho hearing of objections, if
any, to said final account and for
the final settlement of said ostate.
Dated this 6th day of June, 1923.
W. W. CHRISMAN,
Administrator of the estate of
Winfield S. Chrisman, deceased.
Herbert W. Lombard,
Attorney for estate.
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A. E. ROBERTS, President
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, U. 8.
Iaind Office at Bosoburg, Oregon,
Juno 19, 1923.
Notice is hereby given that Wil
son B. ¡Stinnett, of Cottage Grove,
Oregon, who on Juno 6, 1921, made
homestead entry serial No. 013227
for E% NE%, SW% NE% and
NE>4 8E%, section 17, township 21
south, range 2 west, Willamette
meridian, has filed notico of inten
tion to make final throo-year proof,
to establish claim to the land abovo
described, before Register and Re
ceiver of the Unitod States Land
Office at Roseburg, Oregon, on tho
26th day of July, 1923.
Claimant namec as witnesses: C.
F. White, of Cottage Grove, Ore
gon; Tom Patton, of Cottage Grove,
Oregon, Albert Rissue, of Cottage
Grove, Oregon; Percy Moody, of
Cottago Grove, Oregon.
W. H. CANON,
The number of heavy, fed lamb*
weighing from 45 to 50 pounds dressed
A. O. Anderson, Proprietor
weight marketed during recent months
has been considerably in excess ot the
An Investigation recently
made by the bureau of agricultural
Piano Moving a Specialty
economics, United States Department
Office in Spray brick near 8. P.
of Agriculture, to determine the rea
Station. Office phone, 99; res
sons for the discrimination against
idence phono, 124-J.
heavy lambs developed the fact tiiat
hotels, restaurants, railroad dining ear
systems and steamship lines are able
to utilize heavy lamb cuts to ad
vantage, but that the average house
wife with a small family considers
lighter weight cuts more economical
THE MAN WHO WELL SUCCEED.
for family' use.
As a result of Improved breeding for
Tho man who starts out in the
the production of wool and mutton. morning
Piano Moving a Specialty
with a determination to do
something during the day that will
F. W. Jacobs, Proprietor
amount to something, that will be
were placed some 3 or 4 feet back from
the ship's skin, and at about the saiue
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
ality, that will give him satisfac
Residence telephone..... 21-F3
tion at night, is a great deal more
Department of tho Interior, U. 8.
likely not to waste his day in frivo
A Scarecrow with “Life
lous, unproductive work than tho Land office at Roseburg, Oregon,
Meet scarecrows are inefficient bo-
man who starts out with this plan. Juno 13, 1923.
Notice is hereby given that Rufus
»use they show no signs of "life.”
Begin every day, therefore, with
DA Y and NIGHT Bonded
l'ho ono illustrated, however, which is
a program, and dotormine that, let Vernon Garoutto, of Cottage Grove,
mtuatod by the wind, has N-en found
what will come, you will carry it
out as closely as possible. Follow Homestead Application, Serial No.
very effective. To construct it, sink a
it up persistently, day after day, 013073. for W% 8E%, 8E% 8E%
Lit pieco of timber into the ground,
and you will be surprised at tho and SE% SW%, Section 5, Town
allowing it to project throe foot. Then
ship 21 South, Rango 2 West, Wil-
pivot a similar piece to it with a looeo-
Make up your mind, at the very lametto Meridian, has filed notico
atting bolt, as shown. Saw a slot
intention to make throo-year
Woodson Brothers Garage.
outset of the day that you will ac
Gnoice rat Lamo.
•crow tho top end of tho second pieco,
complish something that will amount Proof, to establish claim to tho land
Phone 27. After the garage
flocka in general have Increased some- to something; that you will not
closes, phone to 165-R.
Receivor of United States Ijind
what In average weight. Producers allow callers to fritter away your and
Offico, at Roseburg, Oregon, on tho
complain that they are unable prop- time, and that you will not permit 26th day of July, 1923.
erly to finish lambs for the market the little annoyances of your busi
Claimant names at witnossos: PROFESSIONAL
under 00 to 100 pounds, which means ness to spoil your day’s work. Mako Warren Kelly, of Cottago Grove, •a
up your mind that you will be
DR. A. W. ELIME
a dressed carctms weighing from 45 larger than tho trifles whieh cripple Irvin Yancy, of Cottago Grovo,
Specialist in Obstetrics
to 50 pounds. On the other hand, con and cramp mediocre livos, and that Fred Kelly, of Cottage Grovo, Wil
Will caro for confinements at his
sumers’ preference has turned toward you will riso above petty annoy bur Kelly, of Cottago Grovo.
home if desired. Special uurse if re
lighter cuts of all classes of meat and ancos and interruptions and curry Je22 Jy20 W. H. CANON, Register. quired.
Phones: office, 34; res. 126J
for this reason heavy lamb has been out your plans in a large and com
at a disadvantage.
H. W. TITUS, D. M. D.
Mako every day of your life count
amounts of fat found on heavy lamb
Department of the Interior, ü. 8.
Modern equipment. First National
cuts la also responsible for some at
grand result, not merely an added Land offico at Roseburg, Oro., Juno Bank building. Hours. 9 to 12 and
the prejudice against this class at day, but as an added day with 2«, 1923.
1 to 6. Evenings and Sundays by
meat, as lamb fat is not relished W something worthy achieved.
Notico is hereby givon that Irvin appointment. Office phono, 10: res-
most meat consumers.
Washington Yancey,. of Cottago ideuco phono, 184-J.
pt an angle, as shown in the detail,
amply repaying you for overy effort Grove, Oregon, who, on July 9, 1920,
Heavy Lambs Worth More.
fasten to it a horizontal piece for tho
DR. W. E. LEBOW
inado Homestend Application, Borin
it costs.—Reformatory Record.
A cutting test was recently made by
arms, and nail shingles, cut to repre-
No. 013074, for Lots 1, 2, 3, Section
Hcnt hands, in slots on tho ends of tho the department on five light and five
5, Township 21 South, Range 2 Office Fifth and Main. Hours, 8:30
ABOUT YOUR BATTEBY.
West, Willnmotte Meridian, hns to 12 and 1 to 5:30. Evening» and
arms. N ail a piece of metal, just heavy heavy lambs of good grade. The light
by appointment. Phones:
enough to bring tho figure upright when lambs averaged 38 pounds and sold
Perfunctory attention to tho bat filed notico of intention to mako Sundays
offioe 35, residence 134-Y.
tho breeze nliates, to tho bottom end of at wholesale at 26 cents per pound. tery is gradually resulting in ignor- three-year proof, to establish claim
the pivoted piece. Then drees tho The heavy lambs averaged 46.80 anco of its construction and opera to the land abovo described, before
DB. 0. E. FROST
scarecrow, allowing plenty of play at pounds and brought 34 cents per pound tion. Car owners add water to tho tho Register and Becoiver of tho
Office in I-awson builring
cells—when they happen to think United States I .and Office, nt Roso-
wtiolesala. The price of this light
burg, Oregon, on tho 6th day of
If the arms are at a considerable lambs therefore was $8.58 and that of about it—but seldom know exactly August, 1923.
why they are obliged to do so. A.
angle from tho direction of swing, and tite heavy lambs $1(490. In other man who has driven cars for six
Claimant names ns witnesses: Fred
DR. W. M. HAMILTON
the gusto of wind strong enough, tho words the heavy lambs were worth years still does not know why ho Kelly of Cottage Grove, Oregon,
upper half of the scarecrow will move $2.41 more than the light lambs on a should not fill the cells abovo a Wilbur Kelly, of Cottage Grove,
Oregon, Barney Kelly, of Cottage Gynecology, Hydro-Therapy, Electro-
backward and forward, causing a bob oarcasa basis. The carcasses were certain point.
Tnerapy. Office ovor Darby Hard
bing motion that is a sure fright for divided into the usual wholesale cuts,
So cut out this brief summary' Grovo, Oregon, Vein Garoutte, of ware. Phono 116-J. Office hours: 9
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
most feathered garden posts.
namely rattles, racks and saddles, and
to 18; 1 to 6; Sundays by appoint
W. II. CANON,
them up on the garage wall for
tamper» Cover Bathing Sult While the percentage weights of these cuts future reference:
were practically the same in both In
Walking to Beach
Water must be added to the cells
GA VEN O. DYOTT, M. D.
CALL FOB BIDS.
because it is the wator content
Wearing bathing suits through city
Physician and Burgoon
A nio to or in beach restaurants is pro-
in all its branches. Eve
Notice is hereby given that scaled X-ray work
evn.ioratos, not tho acid.
nings by appointment.
Mblted in many localiii’a, and yet
Whon drawing solution out of a bids will bo received by the board 634 Main
of 8 ribs, were valued at 11 cents and
Cottage Grove, Oregon
40 cents per pound respectively In both battery for a hydrometor reading of directors of school district No.
45, Lane eounty, Oregon, for fur
cases. However, the saddles consist Unless this is done tho strength nishing and delivering to west side
ing of the leg and loin, sold at 34 cents of the electrolyto is tho various building of said district on or bo-
Licensed Drugioaa Physician
per pound when cut from the light cells will naturally vary.
fore July 15, 1923, 75000 (more or
Phone 30. Ostrander Building,
lamb«, while the heavy saddles sold
Gassing of the electrolyte will less) Extra Star A Star shingles.
630% Main Street, Cottage Grove
Also sealed bids will be received
at 30 cents per pound. The higher cause a cell to overflow when be
prices which retailers were willing to ing charged if too much distilled for contract of laying said shinglos
J. I. SPRAY
on tho west side school building on
pay for the former Is ctae to the con water is poured in.
Beal Estate, Insurance and
sumers’ preference for light legs of
car—or run tho ongino awhile after workmanlike manner, satisfactory
405 Main Street
doing tho job—so that tho chemical to the board of directors.
Retail prices at cash* end carry and action will be started and the bat-
Bidders may bid on either or both
HEBBRBT W. LOMBABD
credit and delivery markets during the tery strengthened.
of abovo contracts, but separato
Attorney at I.<w
bids arc requested to be submitted.
First National Hank Building
Bids will be opened on July 10,
Others come here for printing.
You are already here, Patronize 1923, the board reserving tho right Cottage Grove, Ore.
heavy outer clothing—especially after
the live wire ppnt shop for every to reject any and all bids.
MBS. F. J. ALSTOTT, S. T.
a swim—is quite bothorsomo and
Dated at Cottage Grove, Oregon,
thing in printing.
this Sth day of July, 1923.
As a comfortable outfit
H. J. SHINN,
all requirement«, there is
All kinds of diseases treated. After
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT Attest:
being introduced a suit «.f lici t water
effects of the flu removed. Massage
WORTH HARVEY, Clerk.
jlde for tired people. Ravura foot treat
proofjump«*. Th««> ct veriti.
Estate of Netta A. Webber, de
ment given. Phono 180-L.
body, from the hood to the str..,’
ADMINISTB ATOR ’ S NOTICE.
fastening about the mike
Notice is hereby given that tho
undersigned administrator of the
Notice is hereby given thnt Virgil
estate of Netta A. Webber, de
Salvation Army Doughnuts In
ceased, has filed his final account D. White has filed with the County
Church Ca_. op
with the County Court of Lane Court of the State of Oregon for
O. B. ABNE8T
County, Oregon, in the matter of Lane County his final account an
To oommcmnrnt' the war ■ rvi-c of
said estate, and an order has been administrator of tho estate of Alex
the Salvation Army, ■ ¡>un li io New
ander Cooley, deceased, and that
York has placed a w> - 4 <uve.g in its
ing notice and setting Tues Saturday, the 11th day of August,
Cui I Lasnb.
BETTY B BEAUTY PABLOS
ahoir. The ocntral figure in u v.-oman
day, the 31st day of July, 1923, at 1923, at the hour off 11 o’clock a.
in uniform carrying a tray C.U. <1 with same period ver» a* foUor>a: Logs. the hour of elevon o’clock a. m. at m. of said day has been sot for the
Particular Work for
doughnuts. On ea«h side a ■- figures 86-46 cents per pound, loin and rib the County Court Room in Eugene, hearing and allowance of said ac
of doughboys in attitudes of apprecia chops, 46-66 cents; breast for utewtng, Lane County, Oregon, as tho time count.
VIRGIL D. WHITE,
300 Main Street
Phone 116 L
tion and gratitude, and to the right, in 10-16 cents; shoulders, 20-26 cento. and place for the hearing of objec
Administrator of the estate of
the center of a scroll, is a group com
H. J. SHINN
These prices represent the general tions, if any, to said account and
prising a trumpet, a tambourine, and range covering retail cute from light for the final settlement thereof.
Attorney at law and
W. A. HEMENWAY,
a bible, repreoenting the principles and
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
and beevy lambs
Administrator of the ostate of
methods of the Salvation Army.
Practices in all courts. Thirty years
Netta A. Webber, deceased.
Averse to Heavy Lege.
Notice is hereby given that the of experience. Bader building, Oot-
H J. SHINN,
undersigned was on Juno 21st, 1923, tago Grove, Oregon.
Most retail dealers who cater to
TWO TRAFFIC TRICKS.
Attorney for estate.^ne2fljl27 appointed administrator of tho ex-
If, while »raiting st a crossing family trade are averse to purchasing
tata of Margarite Solis, deceased.
HIS VOICE IS SAFE
for the stop-go sign tn be turned heavy lamb except In limited quanti
All persons having claims against
WOOD BID8 WANTED
A noted tenor says quarreling in
in your favor, you fear that tho ties on account of the difficulty of din-
said estate arc notified to present jures the voice, therefore ho will
engine may stall, let it run fast, pootng of the legs. The greatest de
Tho board of directors of school the same to the undersigned at his
but evenly. Don’t race it period mand la for legs of lamb weighing district No. 34, known a» The Ce- office in the Bank of Commerce not marry. No woman seems in
ically. This gives the officer the from 5% to 6 pounds. Th^ee are ob dare, will receive bide until the 14th building, Eugene, Oregon, within clined to quarrel with him ovor his
impression that you are impatient; tained from lamfis weighing from 8S day of July, 1923, for 20 ricks of six months from the date of this decision.
and he’ll be inclined to give all to 36 ;><Hin<b< dr»>fW<1 weight wheron« 16 inch wood, old growth body fir; notice.
other traffic preference.
may include some knots not greater
When steering sharply in order a 46 to 50 pound lamb produces a log than 8x8 inches, nor any ono piece
FRED E. SMITH,
«Isk h-ederhe. mw -totnae)»
to avoid hitting something, always weighing 8 pounds or more. Some re eroaa-aeotion greater than 10 inches;
ooristii>ath,n, <>&Mlly avoided.
aPply the brakes at the same time. tailers have attempted to solve this to bo delivered end ricked in wood
An arfie* lirrr vitlmet —Itirarf.
Steering can be used as a safety difficulty by cutting off enough chops shed. Board reserves right to reject
If it’s anything in printing, give
measure, but don’t depend upon it. or steaks from the tog to reduce It to any or all bids.
your homo live wiro print shop an
atopP4»« and steering combined will the most -toslred
MRS D. H. REMPLE, Clerk,
opportunity to meet legitimate com
| produce best results.
hare made price differentials amount j!6c
Never sicken or gripe—only 2Sc
Cottage Grove, Oro. petition.
ing to fully 6 cento perl pound In favor
Hauling & Draying
BETTER THAN A
Never asks any afternoons off. Always has your meal
cooked exactly on the dot of the hour. Never talks
back when you tell it (by winding the clock) just when
to start work. Come home from your afternoon party
or afternoon away from home, take off your wraps,
take your food out of the oven—that’s all there is to
it when you have a WESTINGHOUSE AUTOMATIC
in the kitchen.
MOUNTAIN STATES POWER COMPANY
Instead of Fire
ODORLESS DRY CLEANING
We have complete equipment for Dry Cleaning in all its
branches. We make a specialty of Ladies’ Suits, Men’s
Suits, Gloves, Fragile Garments and, in fact, anything
that can be dry cleaned. An expert in charge. Money re
funded if work is not Satisfactory. I’rompt collections
and prompt delivery.
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Gottage Grove Steam Laundry