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COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL, FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1923
have specials for one and two days and
they are money savers to the people of
Cottage Grove and vicinity. This is evi
dent from the number of people that take
advantage of them. You will find that
our prices every day are as low if not
lower than you will find elsewhere. We
are quoting below a few of our regular
Bread, two large loaves............
Corn Flakes, Kellogg’s, per pkg.
Corn Flakes, Blue Bell, 3 for...
Citrus powder, per package...
Mason jars, quarts, per dozen...
Milk, Borden’s, per can............
Soap, polar white, 6 bars...........
WE SAVE YOU MONEY EVERY DAY
Say I t With Printer’s Ink
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(Special to The Sentinel.)
Aug. 29.—Mrs. Kate Sears, of
Cottago Grove, aud daughter Miss
Bert lia, of Portland, visited Wed-
nesday and Thursday with Mrs.
Amanda Sears aud Mrs. J. R.
Mrs. Verna Mast and son Jack,
of Portland, are visiting with Mrs.
Mast’s parents, Mr. aud Mrs. F. B.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jones aud
children were at the W. D. Heath
Rodney Phillips attended the cir
cus in Eugene Friday.
Mr. aud Mrs. W. G. Cox, of Red
mond, are visiting Mrs. Cox’s sis
ter, Mrs. J. B. Cooley.
Addison Heath attended the cir
cus in Eugene Friday.
Clarence Sears motored to Eugene
Friday with his grandmother, Mrs.
Jane Kile, who will visit with her
daughter, Mrs. Anna Hoffman.
Mr. und Mrs. Fred Frost and
Harry Frost, of Blue Mountain,
were at the W. D. Heath home Fri
The Scott & Chrisman thresher is
working in this neighborhood this
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cooley and
daughter Elizabeth aud their guests,
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Cox, spent Sun
day at I^mdon springs.
Gus Brunscombe, of Cottage
Grove, visited Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. King and the whole
party motored to Lynx Hollow and
visited friends there.
My. and Mrs. R. G. Landivehr
and children, of Astoria, visited
last week with Mrs. Landwehr's
sister, Mrs. Claude Arne, and with
Mr. and Mrs. Waldq Miller.
Bert V. Hands and daughter Edna
and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. King und
children attended tho circus in Eu
Miss Geneva Shattuck spent sev
eral days of last week with her sis
ter, Mrs. Orville Powell,¿in Delight
Frank Sherman, of Cottago Grove,
was at the Waldo Miller home Sun
David Hennigan, of Eugene, spent
Saturday night with J. A. Schnei
der and was a dinner guest Sunday,
together with Mr. and Mrs. Schnei
der and daughter Bernadine, of Mr.
and Mrs. W. D. Heath.
children, of Prants Pass, arrived J
Sunday for a visit nt the W. F
Ben Johns, of Albany, spent the
week end at tho C. H. Sharon home.
Miss Myrtle Adney, who had been
staying in Roseburg with her sister,
Mrs. A. F. Campbell, returned Sun
Mrs. Myrtle Pettit left Friday
for Divide, where she will work for
a few weeks.
Vern Briggs and Lionel Haight
left Saturday for Tiller an n hunt
L. A. McArthur, of Tulsrf, Okla., •>
arrived Monday to visit his cousin,
Mrs. George Fogle.
The Algy Cole family, of l.ornne,
visited last week with the Briggs
Miss Hazel Miller and Miss
Gladys Benston gave a dance Satur
day night at the Benston Imll in
honor of Miss Maurene Taylor, who
will leavo soon for Wenatchee,
Wash. A large number attended.
George Fogle was called to Craw
fordsville Tuesday by the illness of
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Moody and
daughter Dorris will leave Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Burns and children,
of Mitchell, Neb., stopped Monday
to sec the J. F. Adney family. The
Burns and Adneys were neighbors
Mrs. Mary Quccncr and sons Ed
and Hubert left Wednesday for Car
nation, Wash., where the boys have
Mr. and Mrs. A. D, Fogle and
children went to Crawfordsville
Mr. and Mrs. Knight, of Dan
ville, Ill., are visiting with the O.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
In tho County Court of the State
of Oregon for Lane County.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned administrator of the
estate of Anna Willis, deceased, has
filed his final account with the
County Court of Lane County, Ore
gon, in the matter of said estate
and an order has been made and
entered of record directing notice
of hearing thereon and
ting Saturday, tho 29th day of
September, 1923, at. the hour of II
o’clock a. m. at the County Court
room in Eugene, Lane County, Ore-
gon, as the time and place of hear
ing objections, if any, to said ac
count and for the final settlement
of the said estate.
C. O. WILLIS,
Administrator of the estate
of Anna Willis, deceased.
H. . J. SHINN,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
But Not So Bad If You Know How
to Reach the Cause.
Nothin; ig more discouraging than u
constant backache. Lame when you
mins pierce you when you
bend ur —
lift. It ’s hard to work or
to rest. Backache often indicates
bud kidneys. Cottage Grove people
recommend Doan's Kidney Pills.
Read this case:
Mrs. J. W. Clark, S. 2nd St., Cot-
tago Grove, says: “I can recom
mend Doan's Kidney Pills from ex
perience. My kidneys were in a bad
condition and I suffered with a
continual dull, nagging backache
und had no energy and became run
down. I also had spells of head-
of my bidnove .
was irregular. Doan’s Kidney Pills
were recommended to me so I
bought some at the New Era Drug
Store. They helped me wonderfully,
strengthening my back and kidneys
tind benefiting me generally.”
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don’t
simply ask for a kidney remedy—
get Doan’s Kidney Pills—the wimo
that Mrs. Clark had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
It Always Pays to
Attend the Eugene
Because here you will re
ceive a thorough, practical
business training under the
direction of qualified teach
Because our charges are rea
sonable and our equipment
is up to date.
Because when you have com
pleted one of our courses
you will be qualified to ac
cept a good position and to
make good after you have
Because with a business edu
cation the road to success
will be an easier one to
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon,
July 27, 1923.
Notice is horeby given that Per-
sey Moody, of Cottage Grove, Ore
gon, who on July 20, 1920, made
Homestead Entry Serial No. 013154
for SW>4 SE>4, Section 13, Town
ship 21 South, Rango 3 West, Wil
for loss of appetite, bad breath«
Because no investment you
lamette Meridian, has filed notico
coated tongue. bllioupuuga.
of intention to inako three-year
could make will pay you
Without griping or nausea
proof to establish claim to the land
bigger dividends in the fu
abovo described, before Register CHAMBERLAIN’S
and Receivor, U. S. Land Office,
at Roseburg, Oregon, on the 10th
Set your liver right—only 25«
And finally because you owe
day of September, 1923.
it to yourself and to the
Claimant names as witnesses:
CARDS community to prepare so
Wilson Stinnett, of Cottago Grove, PROFESSIONAL
Oregon; Chnrles White, of Cottago
that you can take your
DR. A. W. KIME
Grove, Oregon; Jesse Crawford, of
place in the front rank and
Specialist in Obstetrics
■$>--------------------------------------------- > Cottago Grove, Oregon; Tom Patton,
WEEKLY LETTER FROM
Will care for confinements at his do your part in helping to
homo if desired. Special nurse if ro
W. H. CANON,
solve the big problems of
quired. Phones: office, 34; res. 126J
Grading and labeling potatoes un
IX. W. TITU8, D. M. D.
der state law seems probablo for
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Will you do it! Then re-
Oregon in the near future. The last
Modern equipment. First Natioual
legislature passed an act authoriz
Notico is hereby given that tho Bank building. Hours, 9 to 12 and member that September 4
ing the governor to appoint a com undersigned has been appointed by I to 6. Evenings tyud Sundays by
mittee to investigate the matter of the County Court of Lane Bounty, appointment. Office phone, 10; res is the date for the beginning
compulsory grading and niarketng. Oregon, administrator of tho estate idence phone, 184-J.
of our regular fall term.
This committeo was appointed and, of Anne Christina Alsted, de-
after an investigation, reported on ceased, which order bears dato of
Attorney at Ltw
July 23 that its judgment was thnt the 2nd day of August, 1923.
First National Bank Building
such inspection and grading would
All persons having claims against Cottage Grove, O n .
be of much benefit to growers and tho estate of tho said Anno Chris
recommended that the governor, by tina Alsted, deceased, are hereby
DR. O. E. FROST
A. E. Roberts
proclamation, should order such notified and required to present
Office in Lawson builring
grading and marketing on and after the same duly verified, to tho un
September 15, 1923.
dersigned at the law office of Her Cottage Prove
The recommendations are that all bert W. Lombard, First National
DR. W. M. HAMILTON
potatoos sold shall conform to tho Bank Building, Cottnge Grove, Lane
standard of the United States County, Oregon, on or before six
(Special to The Sentinel.)
grades, thut all potatoes in lots of months from the day of tho first Gynecology, Hydro-Therapy, Electro
Aug. 29.—Tho Marvin Jackson 50 pounds or more shall have la publication of this notico.
Therapy. Office over Darby Hard
family, from near Eugene, were beled on the container in letters 1%
Dated and first published this 3rd ware. Phono 116-J. Office houra: 9
guests of the Fisher family Sunday. inches high tho name and address day of August, 1923.
to 12; 1 to 6; Bundays by appoint
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Murry und of the grower, the grade and vari
daughter, of Eugene, visited at the ety; that certified seed shall bear
Administrator of tho estate of
GAVEN C. DYOTT, M. D.
Piano Moving a Specialty
Walter Pentico home Sunday.
the official seal or tag of the Ore
Anno Christina Alsted, deceased.
Physician and Surgeon
Mrs. D. P. Caldwell and children gon Agricultural college; that all Herbert W. Lombard,
F. W. Jacobs, Proprietor
in all its branchos. Eve
have gone to a hop yard near Go potatoes sold that do not conform
ng3-31 X-ray work
Attorney for estate.
nings by appointment.
to tho United States standard
Office telephone.................. 4
Cottage Grove, Oregon Residence telephone..... 21-F3
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Horn and grades shall be labeled “culls;”
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
son Francis visited Sunday at the that all containers shall be uniform
home of Mr. Horn’s sister, Mrs. and that, those shipped in lots of
Department of the Interion, U. 8.
R. Y. Porter.
10 tons or more shall be inspected Land
Office at Roseburg, Oregon, Office Fifth and Main. Hours, 8:30
Farmers in this neighborhood have by tho state-inspection department
to 12 and 1 to 5:30. Evenings and
DAY and NIGHT Bonded
finished threshing grain and baling according to rules and regulations July 27, 1923.
is hereby given that Al Sundays by appointment. Phones:
to bo made by the state market bert H. Rissue,
office 35, residence 134-Y.
John Winslow, of Silk Creek, was agent.
Oregon, who on 9th of July, 1920,
and over-night visitor lit the E. T.
Standardization of potatoes in made homestead ontry serial No.
DR. H. A. HAGEN
Hartley home Saturday.
Oregon will bo a great aid to the 013066 for 8% HE 14, Section 7,
Licensed Drugloss Physician
The Betz family arrived last week industry. Tho lack of such regula
from eastern Oregon to visit with tion is one of the causos of poor Township 21 South, Rango 2 West,
Phono 30. Ostrander Building,
friends and look after property in markets and dissatisfaction among Willamette Meridian, has filed no- 630 Ml Main Street, Cottage Grove
Woodson Brothers Garage.
growers. Grading and labeling of
Phono 27. After the garage
A picnic will be held Sunday in all products is rapidly spreading proof to establish claim to tho land
above described, bofore Register
the grove near the Lynx Hollow over all states.
closes, phone to 165-R.
Real Estate, Insurance and
Receiver, U. 8. Land Office, at
With the harvest of wheat under and
A son was born Friday to Mr. way, the price has steadily fallen
406 Main Street
nnd Mrs. Denham.
until now it is far below tho cost of Claimant
names as witnesses:
Mrs. I. N. Dresser returned Sun- of production. A United States sen
BETTY B BEAUTY PARLOR
day from Cottage Grove, where she ator states that it costs $1.36 to William Stinett, of Cottago Grove,
Particular Work for
had been to welcome a new _ grand- raise wheat in Kansas, for which Oregon; George Durest, of Cottago
son, the parents being Mr. and Mrs. the raisers will get from 70 to 80 Grove, Oregon; Fred Frost, of Cot
A. O. Anderson, Proprietor
tago Grove, Oregon; Clifford Lo-
8. E. Dresser.
cents the bushel. Oregon has a bow,
300 Main Street
Harold Hartley was an over night great harvest under way, but tho
W. H. CANON,
juest of friends on Silk creek the price outlook is very gloomy. The
H. J. SHINN
atter part of last week.
movement for a national wheat auglOspt?
Attorney at Uw and
Piano moving a specialty. Dnily
marketing association is said to be
growing fast in all wheat growing NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT. Practices in all courts. Thirty years freight to and front Eugene. Wo
uro equipped to haul, poles, tim
states and is the only hope for
Notico is horeby given thnt tho of ex; tperienco. Bader building, Cot- bers, etc.
permanent markets and living prof
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Office in Spray brick noar 8. F.
Aug. 28.—Mrs. A. G. Nelson left its for growers. An emergency undersigned, ns administrator of tho
Station. Office phono, 99; res
Friday, to join her husband and two movement to hold back a quarter «state of Love Allen, deceased, has NO TIME TO HUNT for a doctor
idence phone, 124-J.
little sons at Hillsboro. She was of a million bushels of this season’s
accompanied by her brother, R. V. wheat is under way in the middle
Oregon, and that
the teized wi»h agonizing intestinal cramps,
The loss to berry growers in the 22n<l day of September, 1923, at deadly nausea and prostrating diarrhoea.
H. L. Fowler goes to Cottage
Rubber stamps of overy kind at
Grove., to get his hand dressed, in Willamette valley will aggregate the hour of 11 a. m. in tho forenoon CHAMBERLAIN’S The Sentinel live wiro print, shop.
stead of to Eugene, as was stated millions of dollars this season, so of said day, in the County Court COLIC and DIARRHOEA Anything in tho printing or allied
state tho growers, because of no Boom of said Court has been ap
linos can bo . secured at or through
by said Court as the time
Donald Walker and Oscar Wheel markets, tho high price of sugar pointed
gives instant warmth, comfort and ease your home livo wiro print shop.
er, of Walton, spent the week end and the lack of a general sales jections thereto nnd tho settlement
from pain. Never fails.
agency to control the output. Wil
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hamer, of liam Bentley, a grower, of Hub thereof.
Dated and first published August
Walton, were dinner guests Sunday bard, says Marion county alone will
at the Babcock home and in the lose $1,000,009 and that tons of 24, Diet
publication September 21,
afternoon Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Bab choico fruit will never bo picked.
cock and children accompanied There is family demand in Fortland 1923.
them on a motor trip to Calapooya and the smaller cities for all the
Administrator of the ostate
fruit production of Oregon if a dis
of Love Allen, deceased.
The Dorrells arc spending a short tributing system could carry the J. E. YOUNG,
fruit to the homes at a price the
time at Saginaw.
The tire that ia worthy the honorable name it bears.
Mr. and Mrs. Fisher, of Eugene, homes would pay.
L. A. Hunt, manager of the state
were visitors at the F. E. Babcock
hay growers' association, states thnt NOTICE OF MEETING COUNTY
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION.
Mr. and Mrs. Fisher came down 47 per cent of the hay sold through
from Eugene Thursday evening for the association last season was sold
Notice is hereby given that tho
their son Gordon, who had been direct to the retailers and feeders,
thus eliminating the broker and County Board of Equalization for
staying at the Trembly home.
We handle these brands because our aim is to please.
H. M. Damewood and his nephew, speculator middle profits. This is Lan^ County, Oregon, will meet at
Wayne Stewart, were in Cottage one of the strong features of co the Court Houso in Eugene, on the
operative selling agencies. A move second Monday in September (be
B. W. Garner helped J. D. Grimes ment is now being worked out to ing the 10th day thereof), 1923j
enlargo the association to embrace and will publicly examine tho as
fall trees the first of the week.
The F. E. Babcock children at Washington and Idaho under a mar sessment rolls and correct all errors
tended the circus in Eugene Friday. keting agreement that 75 per cent in valuations, descriptions or classi
of the alfalfa acreage shall be con fications of lands, lots or other
Fifth and Main Street
tracted before the contracts shall property assessed in said rolls, at
be in force, If this can be accom- which time and place all persons
plished there will be a strong assn interested are notified to appear.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Dated August, 16th, 1923.
cintion for the northwest which
Aug. 29.—Mrs. C. H. Sharon, who should be able to control the mar
HERBERT E. WALKER,
had been visiting for several days ket.
with the Charles Johns family in
Albany, returned Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Moody vis Eugene-Goshen Road Job Moving.
Improvement work on tho stretch
ited a few days of last week at the
C. C. Moody home.
of Pacific highway between Eugene
Among those from here who at and Goshen, which has been under
tended the circus in Eugene Friday
Block wood and planer trimmings, the load
were Mrs. Lowell Benston, Gladys way for several weeks, is rapidly
Slab wood, the corti.......... ...................... . ....
and Evelyn Benston, Frances Keene, progreasing and tho job ia now
the H. H. Cotter family, Mr. and about one-third complete, according
Mrs. K B. Moody, Mary and Hu to a report of Corrigan 4 Force,
PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR YOUR FALL AND
bert Allen and Steve Benston.
contracting firm of Portland, who
Judson left Saturday for North have tho job. The work includes
Carolina, where he will visit for a widening the roadway two feet on
few weeks with relatives.
each side of the present pavement
Ed Qneener went on a bunting nnd the entire resurfacing of the
trip last week and returned with road with asphaltum, which will
raise the present grade several
Mr. and Mrs Ernest Briggs and inches.
Eugene Business College
f | ’HEIR high mileage
yield provides a greater
measure of satisfaction. You
get the combined advan
tages of quality, service
Hauling & Draying
AJAX CORD, ROAD KING, PARAGON
W. E. BRADLEY SERVICE STATION
Cottage Grove, Oregon
Say It With Prin ter
Also the famous LEE TIRE
Regularly, thousands of other mo
torists seek the woods, mountains,
seashore playgrounds out-of-town
—and make week-ends a pleasure
—playing or loafing as they chooee.
But this week-end why not make it
your fun for a change? There are
hundreds of nooks delightfully re-
cluded, ready and inviting — wit.iin
range of a few gallons of “Red
Crown." Make up the party for your
week -end picnic over the phone
ni$ht; the "Red Crown” you can get
as you need it, uniformly good, eco
nomical and powerful wherever you
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Cottage Grove Service Station
Morelock & Haney