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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1923)
What the World
Warren Ross McFarland, of Port
| (Popular Mechanics Magazine.) I land,
and Miss Pauline O. Krieger,
<»----------------------------------------------- ♦ of Ridgefield, Wash., were married
Water Wall Protects Firemen at the bride’s home ne^r Ridge
Friday, Sept. 7—Agnes Ayers in “Racing
Hearts,” with Theodore Roberts and Rich
ard Dix. Also a fast comedy.
Saturday, Sept. 8—“Ebb Tide,” with Lila
Lee, Janies Kirkwood, Raymond Hatton,
George Fawcett, Noah Beery and Jacque
line Logan. A great sea story. And a
Sunday-Monday, Sept. 9-10—“Westbound
Limited.” A forest fire—two trains racing
toward each other—a terrific duel to the
death in the engine cab—and a crashing
climax that will leave you spell-bound
that’s this mighty photodrama of flesh and
steel. And a comedy.
Tuesday, Sept. 11—“The Sin Flood.” An
all star cast with Helen Chadwick, Richard
Dix, James Kirkwood, Ralph Lewis and
others. And a comedy.
Wednesday, Sept. 12—“The Power Di
vine,” with Mary Wynn, Jack Livingston
and Al Ferguson. A powerful story of hate
subdued by love. And comedy, “All at Sea.”
Thursday, Sept. 13—“What Wives Want”
with Ethel Grey Terry, Niles Welch, Ram
sey Wallace, Margaret Landis and others.
International News and Felix the Cat.
Friday, Sept. 14—“The Nth Command
ment,,” with (Joleen Moore, James Morrison
and others. And a Snub Pollard comedy.
protection is afforded the fire-
n eastern city with the adop
tion of an interesting type of fire-
The unit is
mounted on a two-wheeled cart, so that
it can be brought up quickly to be
used against a fire at close range. The
cart accommodates a fireman who sits
in it, and is able to handle a powerful
stream of water from a nozzle directly
In front of him. A “gusher” pipe is
mounted on the cart behind him, which
■'prays a curtain of water all around:
him, so that a “safety wall” of water
protects him and serves amply to pre
vent blisters nrnl burns. The nozzle
proper is mounted in a ball socket, so
that it can lie swung in any direction
with equal facility, It can lie con-‘
nected to four, and even six lines of,
hose, and throws a stream of water
125 feet into the air.
A mechanical rat killer with a heavyl
spring and a rotating double hammer
which strikes the. animal on the head
and throws him from 5 to 8 feet, is the«
latest in traps. This device auto-’!
matically resets itself for the next blow,
and two safety catches prevent acciden
The editor of the Congressional tal discharge. The rat is thrown away
The boy who tries to talk with Record could improve his publica it once and Waves no odor to scare away
his mouth full isn’t tiny more dis lion very materially by blue-pencil
ing the contributions at least
words to much as a country editor does.
who uses a
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It takes a fool to point out
No person ever had ho little to fool. We can all name a few.
do that he couldn't find HOIIK'OnP
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else with just as much time to keep
Then? is a difference between
being breezy and being filled with
other rats. The trap is made in two
What a dull and quiet old world hot air.
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this would be if no one overstepped
rises, one for rats and one for mice.
the1 ten commandments.
hi ull the world there is but one
Bottled Fluid Can Lift Tons
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How many mon are there who
Sinbad’s genii flask has been out
The man who shaves himself cuts done in real life by tho inve ntion of an
would kiss a girl who chews to
expanding fluid easily carried in steel
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bottles by a child. The power inay l>e
released by a valve and used with
jacks or other lifting devices to raise
street cars, autos, an I heavy weights.
It is estimated that tho power of the
field »Saturday, Sept. 1, Rev. Carle
ton D. Jones, pastor of the Church
: of the Nazarene, officiating. The
i ceremony was a simple one, with
only immediate relatives present.
1 A bountiful wedding »upper was
served and the young couple
received a number of beautiful and
| useful gifts.
After sjiending a
week visiting relatives in Cottage
Grove and Roseburg and a trip up
the Columbia highway, they will be
at home in Portland. The bride
groom is a former resident of this
city and the son of W. W. McFar
land, of Roseburg.
Mrs. H. W. Titus entertained the
M. P. G. club Tuesday at the first
meeting for the season. The day
was the club’s tenth anniversary
and each member received a token
from the hostess.
luncheon was served, the club’s
color, yellow’, being used in the
color scheme. A business session
was held at which Mrs. G. A. Proc
tor was elected president and Mrs.
Elbert Smith secretary-treasurer.
Miss Alice Titus, of Eugene, was a
guest of the club.
Miss Eva Brock us, of Roseburg,
who is well known here, was married
there Sunday to Jack Davis. Tho
bride is the daughter of Mrs. Anna
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Mrs. C. J. Kern entertained Tues
day afternoon of last week with a
bridge party and luncheon in honor
of Mrs. W. K. Slater, of Portland,
who was a guest of her sister, Mrs.
8. 8. Lass well.
Free With the Purchase
of Articles to the
Amount of Five Dollars
Presbyterian Church—Rev. A. R.
Spcarow, pastor. Sunday school at
10, Men’s Forum at 10, morning
hour at 11, junior Endeavor at 3,
evening service at 7:30.
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Christian Church, tho “home like”
church—J. E. Carlson, minister.
Siu.day sehool at 0:45, sermon and
communion at 11, Christian endea
vor at 7, evening service at 8.
Irrigation Hours Changed
FLAT IRON Hl.J)
’all clean-up week for the
city will be September 17 to
22. All refuse put into boxes,
barrels or sacks and placed on
street (not on alley) where it
van lie easily loaded onto truck
(not hidden in some inaccess
ible place) will be picked up at
expense of the city.
OUR GOODS THE VERY BEST
(Scoot Anywhere at Any Time)
rhoUHaiuls in tine in all our leading cities nn<
They are naeful in any emergency. For play or
The liest ever introduced in this locality. We
real leaders in our line.
WATCH OUR WINDOWS FOR DISPLAY
Cottage Grove, Oregon
Scooters That Scoot
fl it and round iron. A hole is drilled in
tho p(»xt top to accotoni.»date the
shank, all iron disk and a steel ball,
taken from an old bull bearing, th ing
set in t hi» holo as s'navn, to make an
The yoke st rad-
dies the tongue at its balancing point,
a bolt lx inc I e ^'d through a hole
drilled in each. The winch consiste of
9 4 «th. pipe and fitting^ and isnrrungvxl
as indicated, tl ' winch shaft passing
through hul ; .1 llixl threvgh the end?
of tho “houpij ’ Oi i etui . f a stout
calile is sevunjy fa.-u ui\| to tho winch
shaft, and tho. olimi < ;.d to an iron col
lar that is an
tit around the bot
tom of tho p^t. Thia collar is held ii
¡XAAition by half relian» above aud lw*
low it, » reM « d to th«» post. Hook? < i
clamp* to suit the load are suspende :
from the outer end of the tongue. «
rod, '»bding through the ends of the
hounds, near the winch shaft, as indi
cated. is pulled out to keep tho crank
from revolving when it is desired to
swing the load. \\ iih this arrangement
it is possible for one man to operate the
While the hat remains such an
all important part of a woman's
dress, it would never do for a wom
an to “lose her head.”
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Today will be yesterday tomor
row. Have you accomplished any
ALL CAN QUALIFY
There is no place on this earth
for the man who doesn’t know how
to run a newspaper.
ngton never told
a lie—they say. Well,
they must be
fibbing who say it.
Why will folks do things when
they know better. That’s a real
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A CHANCE TO LEARN
Why is it that highwaymen make
a big haul whenever they hold up
a gambling joint, while the police
never find anything! The police
might get a few pointers from the
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A desire to be congenial and so
ciable keeps a lot of people from
climbing to the top where it is so
Knowledge may be power, but
the uneducated hustler gathers in
the shekels while the modest scholar
has to stand off his grocer.
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THOSE NAUGHTY EYES
It can’t be that women wear the
slashed skirt for the beauty of the
thing, for the attention of those
who look goes where the skirt isn’t.
TOO MUCH FOR THEM
When three women get together
they fill one another so ehoek fui;
of secrets that they couldn’t bo ex
4 pected to hold • them.
PUT A FENCE AROUND IT
Senator Johnson says that event
ually there will be but three na
tions. Naturally we suppose Hon.
Hiram will be one of these.
C. J. Breier Co.
dresses, ni a d e of
ginghams, in plain
and plaid combina
tions, for only—
Just one more week
until school starts.
The children will
need new shoes. We
have them ranging
in price from—
$1.00 to $3.00
Boys’ overalls in
good heavy weight Blue and khaki cov
priced according to eralls for children,
$1.00, $1.15, $1.25
Now is the time to
get a suit for your
boys. We have them
in all colors and
styles; also with two
pair trousers, priced
$3.95 to $11.00
Your boy will want a
new sweater when
he starts to school.
We have them in
high school colors,
Fine cotton serges
Children’s hosiery at for the children’s
the lowest prices; school dresses, 27-in.
good wearing, priced j and 36-in. wide, for
25c and 30c
20c, 25c, 30c
Tho pretty girl wnits to tuko her
pick and the homely girl beats her
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Troubles never come singly, vo
Seventh Day Advontist Church— H£j^2^e»^the^athei^f^rigiets.
West Main street. Services every
■Saturday. Sabbblh school at 10, FOR RENT—2 HOUSEKEEPING I
rooms, closets, sleeping porch, ■
church service at 11; praper meet
electric light, hot and cold water.
lag Wednesday evenings at 7:30.
Suitable for two teachers or for
and wife. Small Columbia
Methodist Church—Rev. J. H. man
Graphonola for sale at half price.
Ebert, pastor. Sunday school at Call mornings or evenings nt 1104
0:45; morning worship at 11, Ep Washington avenue.«¡47^
worth league at 7, evening service
nt 8, Everybody is welcome to at
tend all of these services,
Christian Science Church—Corner
of Jefferson avenue and Second
street. Sunday services nt 11 a. in.
Wednesday services at 7:30 p. m.
Baptist Church, Tenth mid Adams
- -Sunday school at 10, preaching at
I'xpaiuling fluid will raise 30,00(1 11, and church service at 8. Weekly
|H>unda in three seconda if properlÿ prayer service Thursday evening at
Rev. H. H. Dirksen, supply
pastor, will have charge of the
services. Those having no church
A Simple Derrick for Farms home are invited to attend here.
A handy and efficient derrick can be
built in a abort time from material
found on nearly every farm. It con-
sista of a discarded wagon tongue,
pivoted on a fence post so as to revolve
freely, and fitted with a simple winch
for raising the load.
An iron pivot yoke is forged to the
Rhape shown, or one may be built up of
Mr. and Mrs. Will Sherwood and
children, of I xjm Angeles, are spend
ing the week at the home of Mr.
Sherwood’s mother, Mrs. B. F.
Mrs. J. P. Jensen, of Chicago, on
her way to California, is visiting a
few days with Mrs. M. W. Connell
and Mrs. D. O. Byrne.
KNOWLEDGE NOT ALWAYS
A news item informs us that
school touchers receive an average
salary of less than $1000 u year for
work that, requires years of expen
sive preparation, while the most ig
norant immigrant fresh from' Eu
rope commands more salary than
that for shoveling dirt. An educa
tion is not always a paying finan
It seems that some of the “lame
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ducks” the papers talk about re
There uro any number of jobs ceived mortal instead of minor
around for the man who knows how. wounds.
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School days have arrived. The boys
and girls are called to their respec
tive classes. This gives nto an op
portunity to show my gratitude for
future, present and past patronage
front all the folks in the surround
ing country. A Scooter for every
boy and girl, if you hurry, as the
quantity is limited,
NO PLACE TO GO
There are a lot of black sheep
who get into churches and lodges
but we fail to understand now’ folks
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bradley figure they show any greater dis
motored to Eugene on business yes cernment in their company by stay
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Willis, of
Prineville, who hud been here to at
You ’ll have to work hard if you
tend the funeral of Cash and Clar succeed and you’ll have to work
ence Willis, returned home Satur hard if you don’t.
Mrs. Anna Petrie returned Satur
day from u visit in Portland and
Tualatin. She visited relatives and
friends and attended the Cottage
Grove picnic in Portland on August
Tales of the Town
Notice to Citizens
Those contemplating asking
for street improvements during
the coming year will make that
fact known at once to Mayor
Brund, chairman of the budget
can be made under prseent tax
laws unless the money is pro
vided in the budget. The bud
get for 1924, in accordance
with law, must be made during
this month. Any money to be
us<'d ly the city during the
coming year for street im
provements must be included.
By order of CHty Council.
AT THE FAIR STORE
Largest Stock and Best Values We Ever Had
Ink, Pens, Pencil Erasers, Scissors
Rulers, Pen Holders, Pencil Boxes
Crayons, Crayolas, Paints, Art Gum
WONDERFUL VALUES IN
COMPOSITION BOOKS. NOTE BOOKS
LOOSE LEAF NOTE BOOKS
Everything for School
Children’s School Hose
rhe Kind That Wears
Thousands of Tablets That You Musi
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