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COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1923
The C. J. Kem family, Mrs. Kem’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hol-
leran, and Emery Williams motored
up the McKenzio Sunday.
The Hartson family, of Green
wood, Wia., who are on a motor
trip through the west, spent the
week end with the R. R. Moeks
Guard against fire—don’t take
chances. See Tom Awbrey at Dur
ham ’» storo for special low rates, tf
O. L. Nichols is homo from Reeds
port, where he is employed, visiting
with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dillon and
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Thompson, of
Portland, are visiting this wook
with Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Magee,
parents of fhe women.
have you know
—that this is a bank for the people,
for ALL the people, where the smallest
wage-earner receives the same atten
tion, the same service, that has proven
so beneficial to the heads of large
Kem’» Electrical Store for
John and Christ Hostcttler ar
rived Tuesday from Grants Pass to
celebrate the Fourth in their old
home town. They are on route
north on a motor trip of three
months, and will go via Yellowstono
park to eastern Alberta, where John
has a wheat ranch.
Sales books. The 8pntinel.
Mrs. Beckio Raines, of Everett,
Wash., who is visiting at the Aden
Miller homo at Creswell, spent the
Fourth here with tho twins.
Mr. and Mrs. Horatio Mosby mo
tored to Klamath Falls Monday to
remain over tho Fourth.
This is a bank whose officers are
willing and eager to be of service to
its patrons, today, tomorrow, any time.
WE SERVE YOU
Bank of Cottage Grove
I Tales of the Town
Mr. and Mrs. Z. L. Cox returnod
Saturday from a vacation trip to
Roseburg and Yoncalla.
Mr. and Mrs. George Brumfield
spent the Fourth iu Marshfield
with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill.
Kem’s Electrical Store for
Perey Rogers has returned from
Marshfield, where he has been em
ployed for three months.
J. W. Veatch returned Thursday
night of last week from Portland,
where ho marketed a carload of
Soo the now Essex coach, a fine
clo.ied car at open car cost. Mr.
Jolin, Hotel Bartell.
The George Gilcrist family ar-
lived last week from Dunsmuir,
< 'alif., fur a visit with Mr. Gil-
crist’s mother, Mrs. Jessie Gilcrist.
WE RENDER YOU
— Not only do we-----
—remedy any defect—
-------- found in the--------
—sight but we also—
—test tho strength-----
------------ of the------------
------ rotary muscles-—-
-------- and correct--------
------ any weakness-------
-------- found there--------
----- so that the eyes-----
-------- may work In--------
—perfect unison and—
•perform theii functions
---- without fatigue.-----
-------------- D. J. SCHOLL------
-------- Optician - Optometrist
--------- Factory on Premises—
-----------Cottage Grove, Ore.—-
Merchants! Your salesbooks.
Place your order with The Sen
tinel 60 days before you must
Mrs. J. P. Graham on Monday re
ceived a beautiful Alaskan postcard
sunset sceno from Mrs. W. B. Coop
er who, with hor daughter Dorothy,
is on a trip to Alaska. Tho Coopers
were at Wrangell Narrows.
WANTED—Somebody who wants
to get his money ’ b worth in buying
a tire. Diamond and Fisk tires.
West Side Garage.
The Saginaw Lumber company
has established an office in this
city in the E. C. Lockwood realty
Tho C. W. Ewing family left
Saturday by motor for a visit at
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 bo cheerfully
refunded, For Bale by Sterling Feed
H. A. Hagon loft Friday night
for a trip to a number of Oregon
and California cities, where he will
visit, work and study with well
known drugless practitioners,
A 10%-pound son was born Sun
day to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sproul,
Jersee calf meal, for raising
calves, pigs and poultry. Sterling
-- - Co.
HUDSON AKE ESSEX REPRE-
SENTATIVE nt Hotel Bartell Sun-
<kiy and Mouuuy. Phone Mr. John
for a demonstration.
Miss Genova Kime visited during
the past week in Roseburg at the
W. W. McFarland and L. L. Harrel
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Tennis and Mr.
nnd Mrs. Harry Tennis left Satur
day by motor for Centralia, Wash.,
to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Tennis, parents of the men.
Miss Maud Lamson, accompanied
by a cousin who had been visiting
at the Lamson home, left Tuesday
morning for Portland to witness the
review of the Pacific fleet in honor
of President Harding and his party.
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Stiller are
spending the week in Newport.
Trade checks. The Sentinel.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Woods ar-
rived Monday from Albany to again
make this city their home. Mr.
Woods will open a service station
on the Eakin property at the north
west corner of Main and Fifth
streets. Mr. Woods was once man
ager hero for the Standard Oil com
pany and until recently held the
same position at Albany.
Notice of relocation of the Pasa
dena, Hobart and McKinley mining
claims in the Bohemia district were
filed in the county clerk's office
Saturday by the Vesuvius Mines
Galloway writes insurance.
Mrs. Mary Massey, who spent the
winter in Santa Rosa, Calif., ro
turned Friday and went to her
home at London.
Stowart for good plumbing.
The Frank Kelly family and Mrs.
M. Marksbury has returned
E. F. Damewood left Sunday morn
ing by motor on an outing trip. from a motor trip to southern Cali
They will visit Crater lake and fornia and a short distance into
other southern Oregon points and Mexico.
will return over Columbia highway.
Miss Florence McFarland returned
Brick, tile, hearth tile. S. L. Bunday from a month’s visit in
Salem and Portland. Sho attended
the rose festival in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scott and
Eggs! Eggs! Farmers, we are in
Leslie Lingo returned Saturday to the market for first class
their home in Washington, after a Sterling Food Co.
visit with relatives here.
F. J. Bartels, Walter Cochran,
The W. V. Chapins have sold their Charles Newland and Ed Cardwell
place south of the city to Theodore came down from tho Bohemia dis
Peek and have moved to Croswell.
trict Tuesday in the Bartels car for
Rubber stamps. The Sentinel, tf the Fourth. Bartels went in Sunday,
after having spent ten days here
Miss Jean Allison returned Thurs and in Portland and Corvallis. He
day evening of last week from a went to Blue River Wednesday.
visit with Miss Helen Rodolf in
Shingle». S. L. Godard.
Whenever You Have a
Mrs. 8. E. McKinney and Mrs. E. J.
Mrs. C. H. VanDenburg and Miss
Eunice VanDenburg motored to Eu
gene Monday evening.
Galloway for insurance, 511 Main.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Chambers
have moved from the Frank Knox
residence on west Main street to
the Omer apartments, where they
will reside until the completion of
their new home now under construc
tion on Ninth street.
Allen Morris and Ernest Kurre
motored to Portland Sunday and
spent tho week end.
Why buy a gyp when yon can get
any grade of a tire you want at
the West Side Garage!
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Dahl motored
to Portland Sunday on business.
Smiley Morris and Lester Culver
left Saturday for a motor trip to
Crater lake and other southern Ore
I havo several roal bargains in
city property; also good farms,
small or large. J. F. Spray. ni2tfc
Mrs. B. M. Princehouse spent last
week in Portland-
Mr. and Mrs. M. Y. Warner, of
Eugene, are visiting nt the Ivan
Warnor homo whilo Mr. Warner is
painting the O. O. Veatch residence.
It costs less to buy a Kelly!
A 30x3% for $9.95. Why buy a
“gipl” Nelson’s Service Station.
A 9%-pound son, who has been
named Harry Dale, was born June
29 to Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Sturges.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sattcrleo, of
Klamath Falls, visited briefly Tues
day at the homo of Mrs. Satterlee's
sister, Mrs. D. W. Sturges. They
were on their way to Brownsville
to visit with Mrs. Satterlee’s par
The Walter Blakely family, who
eame here recently from California,
have movod to Springfield.
Robert Malcolm returned this
week front Dunsmuir, Calif., where
Brick, tile, hearth tile. S. L.
he and Mrs. Malcolm had been vis Godard.
iting the latter’s mother, who is ill.
The James Tedford family, ac
Mrs. Malcolm remained for a longor
companied by Miss Lillian Leonard,
left Saturday by motor for Califor
nia. Miss Leonard will visit in
Corning and Los Angeles until the
opening of the state normal school
at Monmouth in the fall.
If your business isn’t better this
year, the reason probably is that
you havon’t done a sufficient
amount of judicious advertising in
Everett Woolley arrived Saturday
Eight-hour battery charging.
for a short visit with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Woolley, before
by motorcycle for a visit
Vulcanizing and quick tire re with relatives
in Michigan and In
Tho Elbert Smith family returned
Saturday from a motor trip up the
ON SOUTH FIFTH STREET
Cement. S. L. Godard.
The Elbert Bede family returned
Sunday evening from Newport. Mrs.
Bede had been there for a week
and the remainder of tho family
motored there Sunday morning,
leaving here at midnight and arriv
ing there at 7 a. m. Tom Farring
ton was a member of the party.
For your information our shop is
in the same buildiug as our service
station. Nelson’s Service Station.
W. G. VanRiper, who had been
visiting with his mother, Mrs. Anna
J. Gowdy, left Sunday for Seaside,
where ho will be employed.
Mrs. C. O. Bean returned Tuesday
to her homo in Raymond, Wash.,
after a visit at tho home of her
brother, Andrew Brund.
Nelson’s Service Station sells any
thing your ear needs. Ropair shop is ♦------------------------------------------------*
first class and prices right.
The following bills wore allowed
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dupuis and nt the regular meeting of the city
children, of Eugene, accompanied by council Monday night:
Mrs. John Evans and daughter Etta, Virgil Powell, engineering....$ 23.90
of Tacoma, spent Sunday at London G. B. Pitcher salary and ex
and Black Butte.
pense ___ ___ __ _________ 1.39.80
Mr. and Mrs. William Donaldson, Mtn. States, lighting, June.... 200.00
Mr. and Mrs. John Winzonried and Mothers’ club, rent.................. 10.00
Mr. and Mrs. Weldin, of Spring Katie B. Veatch, envelopes.... 21.92
field, were among out-of-town peo S. L. Godard, frt. on crusher 45.94
Library board, genl, exp....... 397.09
ple here for the Fourth.
Spirella corsets. Phone 137-R. a3p Fire department, salaries........ 19.00
C. E. Frost, salary................... 10.00
Henry Fischer, formerly superin J. F. McFarland, salary and
tendent of the Leona Lumber com
pany’s plant at Leona, returnod re G. H. Dahl, sewer work____ : 22.75
cently from Jamestown, N. Y., C. A. Gilbert, salary------------ 125.00
where he conferred with tho prin Sentinel, ptg. and pub______ 21.45
cipal stockholders of the Alsea City Transfer, street cleaning
River Lumber company, of which
and cartage _____________ 38.85
he is now receiver. Tho huge plant, Homer Galloway, salary and
located at Glenbrook, in Benton
expense.......................... ....._. 100.68
county, has a normal capacity of Phill Jones, labor___________ 10.00
150,000 feet of lumber daily, The W. B. Osmun, ditch, water
mill, which was built in 1920, will
line..... ......... _.......
resume operations within a few Schofield Stewart, material
and labor_____________ ..... 14.55
Kem'I Electrical Store for Walworth Mfg. Co., clamps.. 8.40
A. L. Wynne, material, labor 83.69
G. G. Warner, labor..................
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Blair visited L. P. Sanford, signs.... ...........
Sunday at the home of Mr. Blnir’s Wm. Higgins, walk approach 10.25
>arents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Biair, J. I. Jones, balance on East
n the afternoon they all motored
Quincy avenue__ _________ 10.00
Feenaughty Mach. Co., pit
Carl Oglesby, who is located in
man for crusher.................... 195.80
Eugene in the forestry service, vis R. E. Walker, warrant int___ 31.29
ited in thia city Friday.
Martha J. Wiseman, interest
on warrants............................ 07.88
NOTICE—In order to pay our
many little debts we arc going to Mary Wiseman, interest on
warrants ___ .......... .... ........ 20.50
sell all of our personal property at
auction sale to the highest bidder J. E. Young, salary_________ 20.00
on Wednesday, July 11. See poster» First National Bank, interest
on warrants............................ 151.34
distributed through country. Frank
People», located on Silk creek, First National Bank, interest
on sewer bonds...................... 370.34
five miles northwest of Cottage
jne29-jly5pd A. G. Long \ Co., fire equip
ment......... ............ ...................
Mrs. Addie Vogel returned to her
home in Eugene Friday, accompa BROTHER IN LAW KILLED
nied by her niece, Mi»» Mary Dent,
BY PARTY OF MASKED MEN
after a visit at tho home of her
sister, Mr». Charles Reese.
L B. Morris this week received
Mrs. Elmer Mottcr and Mrs. Ed the sad news that hie brother-in-
win Skilling, of Eugene, left Friday law, George McCormack, of Holdon,
had been killed by five masked
for Forrestville, Calif., for a visit
armed men. Mrs. McCormack,
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
widow of the slain man, is left with
a laffce family of children. Lyle
Mr. and Mrs. Gaven C. Dyott, McCormack, a 13-yenr-old son, se
who, with Mrs. Dyott’» parents, Mr. cured a gun from his homo nnd
and Mrs. Frank Dunn, of Eugene,
killed the man who shot his father.
are in California, where Mr. Dyott A reward of $500« han been offered
attended the American Medical as for the apprehension of the mur
sociation convention last week, have derers.
written that they will not return
until the first of the week, having Central Restaurant Changes Hands
;one on to Los Angeles, where Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Taylor, of
lyott is attending further clinics Drain, have taken over the Central
and medical meetings.
hotel restaurant, formerly conducted
We will take your old tire» in on by Mrs. Martin V. Phillipa. The
new one». Nel»on Service Station.
Taylors are former residents.
Chester Vandenburg arrived Wed
Read the wantada to r*e what
needs y by motor from Yacolt»,
Wash., to visit the remainder of the others have that you may want, in
Why pay rent when you can own
a home for tho rent! 8eo Spray,
105 Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon DesLarzes,
who left here several months ago
to locate in California, have de
cided to make their home at
Orange, where they will go into the
fruit raising business.
We have one Gray touring and
one Gray coupe left. Better come in
soon if you are interested in a new
car where you want immediate de
livery. Nelson’s Service Station.
The John Stephenson family, of
Halsey, spent the Fourth with Mrs.
F. J. Alstott.
This Grows Hair
Keep free from
the curie of
falling hair and
Liquid Scalp Maa«
aage feeda hair
to the hair roots, It's the marvelous
new method scalp
stop* falling hair—grows new hair in 90
days. Aik us about the 90-day treat«
ment plan. We sell it under money-back
guarantee. Buy Van Ess today and Van
Ess your hair tonight.
NEW ERA DRUG STORE
632 Main Btreet
................... ....__ at.. r_ "
The Riley Snodgrass family mo
tored up from Springfield Monday
and visited with Mrs. Snodgrass'
mother, Mrs. Lucy Holland. Miss
Maxine Snodgrass remained over
the Fourth with her grandmother.
Cement. 8. L. Godard.
Mrs. H. H. Russell and children
returned to their home in Forest
Grove Thursday of last week. They
had been visiting with Mrs. Rus
sell’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E
Always consult The
Miss Betty and Miss Jew- Bar
tholomew, who had been Visiting
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Blair, left Bunday for their home
in Portland with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. I. Bartholomew, who
were returning from a motor trip
to I xm Angeles. The Bartholomews
reported California eities very pros
See the picture« of the 4th
of July parade at Graham’«
Picture Shop Order» taken.
Sol Davidson motored over from
powers Sunday for a short visit
at the G. W. McQueen home, and
want on to Mareóla accompanied by
the McQueens. Mrs. Davidson, who
had been visiting at the home of a
sister, Mrs. Charles Morrow, re
turned with her husband and the
McQueens Bunday night.
Shingle«. 8. L. Godard.
Mr. and Mrs. Beryl McKinney
and baby son, of Gresham, spent the
Fourth here at the home of Mr. Mc
Kinney’s grandmother and aunt,
week with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. VanDenburg.
J. D. Dunn, who left hero four
years ago, was here from Ostrander,
Wash., -this week visiting with old
Fred Anderson was a little han
dicapped in handling the Fourth
of July trade at tho Quality market
by the fact that he had tried to
slice a steak off the thumb of his
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Woodard ar
rived home Tuesday from British
Dan Minogue, book Keeper for the
O. P. & E. railway, is in a hospital
_ a stroke of paralysis
which he suffered Tuesday morn-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tharp mo-
tored to Cottage Grovo yesterday
(June 24) to spend the day with
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Clarenco Anderson. The
Andersons left Corvallis a few
weeks ago to reside in Cottage
Grove and Mr. Anderson, a 191 >23
graduate of O. A. C., is now in tho
drug business in that city with Mr.
White, one of Cottage Grove’s well
known business men. Mrs. Anderson
was Miss Marie Tharp.—Corvallis
The Service garage this wook sold
a special Studebaker six touring
car to W. A. Garoutte and Star
touring cars to Dan Allen, Mrs.
Amanda Soars, Otto Dobberstein,
Walter Montgomery, Davidson Rob
inson and Dwight King.
The A. A. Richmond family re
turned Fourth of July forenoon from
a motor trip to Crater lake, Klam
ath Falls and tho Josephine county
Mrs. Ida Vcatch and son Robert
left yesterday for Takilma to spend
the summer with Mrs. Veatch’s
mother, Mrs. Charlotte Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blair, of
Lowell, spent the Fourth with Mr
Blair’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Blair, and Mr. and Mrs. Al
'Stowart and son Henderson spent
the samo day at the homo of Mr.
Stewart’s brother, J. V. Stewart.
Tho two families made tho trip here
The Horace Cochran family mo
tored up from Roseburg and spent
the Fourth with Mrs. Cochran’s
mother, Mrs. Josiah Porter, and Mr.
Cochran’s mother, Mrs. 8. E. Coch
H. K. Metcalf was in Corvallis
on business yesterday.
A nine-pound son was born yes
terday to Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Jenk
Joo Arnold, of Portland, spent
tho Fourth here at tho home of hiB
mother, Mrs. Josiah Porter.
Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Eddy and
G. W. McBride were up from Port
land and spent the Fourth with
relatives and friends.
Tho Vincent and Joe Bruzas fam
ilies; of Fort Casey, Wash., and Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Music, of McKenna,
Wash., are here for a visit at the
C. J. Bruzas homo.
D. M. John, representing Mack’s
Auto Supply house, of Eugene, was
in the city on businoss yesterday.
The Women’s relief corps will
givo its regular quarterly dinner on
July 14. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to the G. A. R. and their
fa mi lies.
For Quick Lunches
When you are in a hurry and desire to
serve a quick luncheon, try a can of our
Mustard or Oil Sardines, Salmon, Lobster or Shrimps
You will find any one of these dishes
HAND AND THYE DRAW IN FAST
FOURTH OF JULY BOUT
Some peoplo get engaged and
never see each other until the day
of the wedding. Others never see
each other afterwards.
The water wagon would be moro
popular if it> hud a side door and
Immense Crowd of Wrestling Fans curtained apartments.
Witness Thrilling Two-Hour
The woman who would be in the
Battle at Armory.
whirl always thinks it is her turn.
The largest crowd that ever at-
tended a wrestling match in this
city got their money’s worth on the
afternoon of the Fourth when Ralph
Hand, local favorite, and Tod Thyo,
of Portland, former light-heavy
weight champion of the world, bat
tled two strenuous hours to a draw.
Thye, one of tho most export wrist
lock artists in tho game, took tho
first fall with his favorito hold in
57 minutes. Hand took tho second
fall in 42 minutes with a toehold,
which is his fuvorito method of op
erating upon his opponents. Neither
grappler was able to obtain a fall
in the remainder of the two-hour
The match was hold under Police
Gazette rules, Miko Mosby, local
amateur lightweight being the third
man in tho ring.
Volney Jones and Glenn Swanson
and Kenneth Williams and Ivan
Cutsforth, local lads, entertained tho
crowd with interesting juvenile
Hand Loses to Yokel at Gold Hill.
Ralph Hund, local wrestling fa
vorite, lost a match at Gold Hill
Monday night to Miko Yokel, light
heavyweight champion. A careless
roferee is said to have been re
sponsible for Hand's defeat. Each
man had won a fall and Yokel, in
tho grip of one of Hand’s famous
toeholds, succeeded in crawling off
tho edge of tho mat. Tho referee
ordered them buck to the center of
tho mat, where Yokel should have
boon ordered to tho floor, giving
Hand tho offensive. While Hand
stood waiting for Yokel to assume
tho defensive position, Yokel sun
denly and unexpectedly attacked,
and with Hund unprepared, secured
an almost instant fall, which tho
rofereo allowed. It is the opinion
of those who reported tho affair
that Hand, with a fair break, hud
considerably the better chanco to
SOMEBODY I JED
The report that tho bottom was
going to drop out of prices of food
stuff seems to have been somewhat
* • •
A new geyser in tho Yellowstone
spurts to the height of 200 feet.
There is some talk of naming it
for Senator Johnson.
• « #
Wo have all tho time there is yot
wo can’t koep a single second of it.
Wo are glad some people are not
always what they seem.
• • •
Tho souvenir businoss is tho mod
ern way of disposing of stuff that
no one has any earthly use for.
• • •
APPEARED LIKE A TRUST TO
A respected citizen who had made
a requisition upon the city for a
new lamp post upon his corner, is
reported to have called up his alder
man at 2 a. m., after holding re
quiem mass over some dead soldiers,
und to have informed tho surprised
city father that he did not intend
that all the lamp posts in town
should bo moved to his corner.
A hypocrite is u man who claims
to be us good as he knows he ought
• • •
Don't fight shy of honest advice.
You’ll be guided by it to your
- ■ you
# # least
It is a sad setback to your prido
to huvo some roughneck outdo you
in deference und politeness to tho
GOOD MILK COW FOR SALE.
Inquire John Barker, corner of
Eleventh and Madison.
ATTENTION, W. O. W.l
On Friday ovoning, July 13th, we
are going to havo a hilarious time.
Installation of officers at the hall
and a bon fire. Wo are going to
burn tho noto that has been “hang
ing firo’’ for the past thirteen
yours. Also, wo will have ico cream
and cake. So somo and ger ac
When it rains pitchforks it is not quainted with tho mombors.
By order of committee.
just to help the farmer with his
0. H. VAN DENBURG,
• • •
Noise conies from tho lungs
not from the brain.
• « •
wr BEG- LEAVE TO )
Tho most insignificant peoplo will MENTION—YOU'LL L
sometimes cuuse n person tho most
• • •
Lawyer» probably »how the grcat-
e»t commiseration for tho »in» of
A person ’s fuults are exaggerated
„ und his virtues lifter
• « •
The man who doesn’t know when
ho is licked will rise ubovo almost
As a person grows older he learns
many things that would huvo been
some use to him when younger.
• • •
PROBABLY Ara All) OF THE
OTHER FELLOW NOW
Tho man who kicks on buying
pretty clothes for his wife may have
forgotten that it was her clothes
that first attracted him to her.
• • »
Discretion may not get a person
vory much—but it often savos him
from getting somothing ho doesn’t
• • •
A credulous man is one who be
lieves everything he says.
A flirt seldom enjoys tho blessing
of true lovo.
It isn’t always the person with
the best voice who is most success
ful at singing his own praises.
• • •
Keeping a husband in hot water
doesn’t relieve the soreness.
has a fresh stock of all size
films for sale. Will do your
developing, rolls 5c, packs
10c. Printing at half price
in the dull finish. Makes a
specialty of the gloss finish.
made at any
time. ........ "
Lithograph work. The Sentinel,
Gray Goose Tea Room
Cottage Grove, Oregon