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25.—Little Donald Nixon,
I who Joly (Special
underwent an operation last
WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY ON YOUR FRUIT JARS,
JAR RUBBERS, JAR CAPS AND JELLY GLASSES.
BUY RUBBERS AND
Mason pints, doz.............
80c Gray rubbers, doz......
Mason quarts, doz.............. 95c
Mason half gallons, doz.. $1.30 Red cold pack, doz.....
Mason lids, doz...........
Economy lids, 2 doz...
Mason Ideal Glass Tops
Kerr self seal lids, wide mouth.
Pints, doz.... .................
95c 2 doz........................................ 38c
$1.20 Kerr self seal lids, narrow
$1.65 mouth, 2 doz....................... 28c
Half gallons, doz
Get Our Price
Mason Ideal Wide Mouth Jars Fruit Pectin, bottle....
Pints, doz....................... $1.05 Paraffine, box.............
Quarts, doz.......... ............ $1.30
Half gallons, doz.................$1.75
WE SELL EOR
WE SULL FOR
week for the removal of tonsils and
I adenoids, is recovering nicely.
Arthur Bailey and son, of Ponn-
; LOANS—PLENTY OF MONEY
for city loans, pay as much each
month as you want to, also farm
loans at 5 per eent interest an
nually. F. J. Berger, 830 Willamette
street, Eugene, Ore..
FOR SALE— 15 H. P. GENERAL
Electric slow speed motor. J. H.
OLD BAGS WANTED—NOTHING
less than 2 feet square. Must be
clean and of material that will ab
sorb gasoline; old underclothing,
flannels and the like preferred. Can
not use old socks, mercerized or
hard surface goods or small pieces
of any kind. We want tho beat rags
and pay the best price, 5 cents the
pound. The Sentinel.
FOB BALE OB TRADE—A FOBD
light delivery. See Charle» Hull
or Geo. H. Brainard.
WANTED—SHAWLS TO KNIT.
»1 .60 for 16-ounco shawl Could
leavo yarn at rest room. Phone
14-F2. Mr». Colin Handy.
I WILL TRADE MY TEAM OF
horses for eight cords of wood
and $15. M. E. Pettet, Saginaw,
FOR BALE OB TRADE—13 ACRES
of A-No. 1 river bottom land, all
under cultivation; good for garden
or graiu; 1(4 miles east of town on
good road. Chas. A. Beidler, 635
First St., Cottage Grove. jly27al0p
EAT WITH HOI,MAN, OPPOSITE
Ford garage, Main St. Everything
clean and sanitary. First, class home
cooking and sorvico. Day or week
FOR SALE OR TRADE—23 ACRES
% mile southwest of Saginaw.
Half cleared, plenty of wood, good
spring, 4-room house, good barn, two
hen houses, small brooder and incu
bator houses. C. C. Moody, Saginaw,
Save Money Now
and buy Western Lumber Company’s
Ballot for the American legion
ONE VOTE FOR
(Deposit in ballot box at the
Gray Goose, Elite or Bon Ton)
HOUSE WANTED—I WANT TO
rent modern house. Close to high
school preferred. F. L. Grannis,
1044 Jackson St.. Eugene. jly27al0p
FOR SALE—A SIGHTLY REHI
donee property outside city limits
with view of city nnd country; 8
rooms, small fruit, acre of land.
Will take Jackson county or Port
land property in trade. G. B. Arnest,
WANTED—25 HEAD OF GOOD
Homo folk« waste onough energy
dairy cows, freshening in August
defending some proposition that or September. J. W. Veateh, Cot
everybody believe* in to make con tngo Grove.
siderable headway with some propo
sition that has not yet become pop FOR SALE—MONARCH RANGE,
good as new. N. E. Glass. jly27n3c
vacation kit, put a bottle of
for 9-month term. Address Mrs.
Wm. E. Norman, Drew, Ore.
MONEY FOR YOU—PAY CASH
FIRST IN THE SUMMER
COLIC and DIARRHOEA
for your wantnds and get three
insertions for tho price of two. tfp
Invaluable for sudden and severe pains
in stomach and bowels, cramps, diar
rhoea. When needed - worth 50 time«
the coat for ainxle dose.
Don’t Be a Slave
to a Stove—
WK ARE STARTING A NIGHT
shift, beginning August 13, anil
will need tho following men. Write,
wire or phone Cottage Grovo No. 50
during day or 115-J during evening
1 offbearer head
I head marker
1 2nd marker
2 truck rustlers 1 slabman
2 tractor drivers 1 eutoff man
1 trimmer spot-
1 rip sawyer
1 rip sawyer off-
1 resaw helper
1 cleanup man
2 men sort in
2 lath stock
2 planer loaders
1 lath puller
2 car loaders
1 bolter man
1 lath shover
4 car loaders
3 men for wood
1 millwright (op-
2 pond men
Cull for Arthur on phone.
When a woman finds that she can do bet
ter cooking than ever before, do it with
the utmost economy of fuel and food, and
at the same time free herself from the
necessity of standing guard over a hot
stove, she is likely to do something about
BOY WANTED—POSITION OPEN
when school begins for eighth
grade or high school boy who can
work one hour before school, two
hours after school and all day Sat
urdays. Must be one with ambition
for future. Tho Sentinel.
Automatic Electric Ranges
FOUND—ROLL OF TtXXJS, PROB
ably off of auto or motorcycle.
E. J. Edwards, phono 86 Y. 151
Old Pacific highway north.
are getting all of these desirable results
for thousands of women. The Electric
Ranges we carry in stork are those with
really reliable automatic control, and this
control of time and temperature is one of
the t.lungs that makes them so econom
ical to use. Nor is the price as high as
careless talk may have led you to think.
Our prices are lower than anywhere else
for the reason we buy in large quantity
and give our customer the benefit for
this quantity discount. A small payment
down and easy payments make it ¡Missiblr
to own one ot these wonderful time,
health and labor savers.
Mountain States Power Co
FOR SALE- —FINE 4-YEAR-OLD
Percheron horse, well broke,
sound and true; 1400 lb«.; will
make 1600 lbs. Also largo hand
power feed cutter, almost new,
and a 2 horse • John Deere cultivator,
cheap. Win L. Leonard, Saginaw,
LOOSE HAY FOR SALE—MRS. S.
E. Blair, corner Sixth and Wash
FOR SALE—AMERICAN STEEL
hay press in best of condition.
Jesse TmnneU, phone 17 F12. Loa-
______ _____ a-.'r1
sylvaiua, who are visiting in Ln
gene, »pent last Friday at the E. J.
Irene and Eleanor Smith, of Ma
bel, are spending several weeks at
the home of their aunt, Mr». Law
W. E. and Hugh Nixon and J. A.
Joll were in Eugene Saturday.
Mis» Elsie Tebbe, of Yreka,
Calif., has been a guest at the C. H.
Haight home the pust two week».
She expect» to return home Sunday.
Mr. and Hrs. L. M. Powell are
now ut Lewiston, Ida.
J. A. Joll ha» a now Ford sedan
and Lee Nixon has a new touring
Misses Mary and Myrtle Snauer
and Henry Snauer wore Sunday vis
itors at the Alfred Cornutt home.
Mr. and Mr». Harry Conner, of
Eugene, spent the week eud at the
C. C. Conner home.
The John Walden family, of Eu
gene were Sunday guests at the M.
A. Horn home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Nixon at
tended camp meeting in Cottage
Grovo Sunday and were dinner
guests at the C. A. Moore home.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Young and
»on, of San Francisco, visited ovor
Sunday night at the home of Mr.
Young’s cousin, Mrs. Lawrence
Lyle Perine, of Salem, visited
from Sunday to Tuesday at the
home of his si»ter, Mr». T. D.
UGGEST the latest and most modish Mays oj making ths innumerable Summer
Jrocks one needs Jor vacation or stay-at-home days. The dainty voiles, linens,
The M. A. Horn family were in
crashes and ratings that Paris is sponsoring.
Mrs. Fred Wright, of Cottage
THE SUMMER FASHION BOOK
Grove, spent Monday and Tuesday
at the Oscar Jacksori home.
home to you exactly how to trim these attractive frocks. It tete
Mrs. Lawrence Montieth was
you into the secret that necklines are trimmed this season that sleeves are
hostess to tho Social Neighbors
either nothing at ALL or tiny cap affairs—then it introduces
Wednesday afternoon. Dainty re
die picturesque robe de style.
freshment» were served. The elub
will not meet during the busy sum
mer days. The noxt meeting will be
PATTERNS for AUGUST
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Aug. 1.—Mias Foreat Schneider,
who had been nttonding summer
school at Ashland, spent the weok
end at home and left Sunday for
Monmouth, where she will continue
Mrs. Jane Kile, who returned two
weeks ago from an extended visit
in Eugene, was quite ill ono day of
last week at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Amanda Sears.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bales and
daughter Dorothy, Lewis Mendal,
Floyd Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Hands and W. D. Heath and son
Addison were among those in the
Grovo Saturday from this neighbor
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Heath and
son Addison were Sunday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schneider. Lat
er in the day the whole party mo
tored to Cnmns swale and visited
the turkey ranch there.
Mrs. Roy Spaugh and daughter
Geraldine returned Thursday eve
ning from a motor trip through the
eastern part of the state and to
Crater lake in company with Mrs.
Spaugh’s brother and sister and
their families, who came with her
to the home of their aunt, Mrs.
Amanda Sears. Mrs. Spaugh and
daughter left again Sunday for a
visit with relatives in Roseburg
before returning to their home in
Bremerton, Wash. Her brother’s
family, the George Clarks, also re
turned to their home in Portland
Sunday. Her sister’s family, the
Allen Staleys, nlso nf Portland, re
mained for a week’s visit with Mrs.
Mount View farmers havo their
hay crop in their barns now and t
has been a most bountiful yield.
Miss Bernadine Schneider and
Miss Mary Layng were at the W.
D. Heath home Wednesday after
Mrs. Waldo Miller and daughter
Selma were in the Grovo Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. George Layng and
children attended the camp meeting
in Cottage Grovo during the post
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fisher, of
Thornton Corners, visited Sunday at
the home of Mrs. Fisher’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Heath.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Coolpy and
daughter Elizabeth were in Cottage
Grove Sunday afternoon.
Miss Martha Jackson, of Joliet,
Hl., is expected to arrive this week
from Portland, where she has been
for two months, for an extended
visit at the homo of her uncle. W.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
—Miss Edna Holilerson,
of Eugene, is visiting with her
cousin, Miss Mildred Walklcy.
Miss Nellie Fogle left Sunday for
a visit with friends at Eddyville.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Campbell and
Myrtle and Willie Adney returned
Sunday from Roseburg.
Mr and Mrs. F. T. Benston and
daughters spent Sunday at the D
W. McKinney home in Cottage
Mrs. Ixiwell Benston and daugh
ter attended a picnic at London
Miss Blanch« Frazee, of Mosby
creek, visited Monday with
Many from hern attended tho
camp meeting in Cottage drive
Miss Roberta Holmes, who has
been quite sick, is now improving
The W. F. Brigg* family moved
up near the new sawmill last wwk
M. H. ANDERSON LEAVES
FOR OLD HOME IN SWEDEN
M. H. Anderson leaves thin week
bw n two or throe months* business
nnd pleasure trip to his old home
in Borgholm. Sweden. He will «nil
, Angust U from New Yorh on the
Mnjaatie, the largest steamship la
the world. Mr. Andersen's trip will
include a bnsiness visit in England
ns well as a visit with relatives in
Sweden. He will stop for a .lay or
I two at Heppner, Ore, oa the 'trip
• cast, to visit a brother. Theodore.
a Clearance of
at Decided Price Reductions
Genuine fast color linen street frocks
that were marked to sell at $7.95, re
Dresses of voile or fine quality gingham
that were marked to sell at $5.95 and
$4.95, reduced to—
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Knowles & Graber
Come to us! ?'
No matter how great or
small the damage, we can make it just
like new again!
AA e do all kinds of body work.
Radiators, Gas Tanks, Windshields
and Mufflers repaired.
Eugene Auto Sheet Metal Go.
718 Charnelton St