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COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1923
The Most Effective
Money is the most effective worker in the
world because it NEVER RESTS. Day and
night it is at its task earning interest, bring
ing in income for its owner.
But it must be invested before it can work.
And that is what this bank does with your
money, sharing the earnings with you by pay
ing you 3% interest on every dollar you let
$1.00 OPENS A SAVINGS ACCOUNT
AND OBTAINS A LIBERTY BELL BANK
Pitcher, Georgie Kerr and Miss
Ruth Bede were at Newport on an
outing from Saturday to Tuesday.
They were joined at Eugene by Mrs.
Edna Sullivan and Mrs. Sarah Kerr.
Mrs. Kerr had gone to Eugene the
day before. Frank McFarland took
Mr. Pitcher’s place as day police
and Charles Newlin Mr. McFar
land’s place as night police.
We are now prepared to do all
kinds of brazing and welding and
guarantee the job. Nelson’s Service
The A. W. Swanson family, Mr.
and Mrs. Merville Veatch and Miss
Evelyn Veatch were among the va
cationers at Newport during the
Mrs. Bessie Sutcliffe and Mrs.
Elmer Monson and children visited
over the week end in Lebanon,
making the trip in Mrs. Sutcliffe’s
Buy a Fisk Red Top and forget
your tire troubles. West Side Garage.
A. P. Churchill came down from
the Bohemia district Bunday to re
ceive medical treatment for the
ribs which were fractured in a mo
tor accident several weeks ago. It
was found necessary to reset the
Rev. E. G. O. Groat has been
quite seriously ill during the past
The class room to
day is making great
er demands upon
children’s eyes than
Are you sure that
YOUR child is not
suffering from the
effects of improperly
fitted glasses, or
from the effects of
no glasses at all?
This matter is im
portant and you can
not afford to accept
reap onsibility for
Bring your chil
dren here for a thor
ough examination of
their eyes and for
proper glasses, if re
D. J. Scholl
Factory on Premises
Cottage Grove, Ore.
Sterling Feed Co.
Shingles, Extra Star A Star
W. L. Hubbell
Dorf ’» City Bakery—Bread
at 8c and 12c.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Messenger, on
their way home to Takilma, after a
visit at Seattle, stopped here last
Friday to visit Mrs. Ida Veatch
and Mrs. Victor Kem.
Expert welding and brazing. Nel
son’s Service Station.
F. L. Grannis, of Eugene, who
will be the principal of the Cottage
Grove high school this year and
also coach of the athletic team, has
J. E. Young was in Portland Fri
day on business.
Raymond Veatch arrived Friday
from Otter Rock, where had been
for six months on highway construc
C. Young and family and Carl
Knowles left Sunday by motor for
Crater lake and other points of in
terest in southern Oregon.
Mrs. George Boyd and daughter
Edrudell went to Salem Friday to
visit Mrs. Boyd’s mother, Mrs.
C. H. Emery, formerly with the
electric light plant here, now of
Beaverton, is spending his vacation
with Mr. and Mrs. Mala Miller and
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Whipps.
Daily motor freight between Cot
tage Grove and Eugene. City Trans
fer. Phone 99 or 124-J.
Mrs. Cleve Jones, of Portland, is
visiting the Floyd Jones people.
A. N. Ward, of the O. P. t E.
railway, has rented the Arnest
place on Knox hill. The Arnest
family havo gone to Medford and
probably will locate in southern
Galloway writes insurance.
The E. Kelley family have re
turned to Cottage Grove and havo
rented Mis. Orrin Robinson’s house
cn K street. The Kelleys conducted
the Central hotel several years ago.
The R. R. Meeks family left
Wednesday for an outing at New
port. Miss Katharine Mendenhall
Storage. City Transfer,
The Bert Baughman family, of
Sebastopol, Calif., former residents,
were visitors here during the past
Mrs Virgil Gabrio, of Glendale,
visited the first of the week with
Mrs. Ray Baker.
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ON FLY SPRAY
Mrs. 8. L. Godard and chil
dren, Harry, Ray and Lois, vis
ited from Monday to Wednesday io
Portland at the home of Mr. God
aid’s brother, J. F. Godard.
Miss Dorris Sikes, former mem
ber of The Sentinel staff, was up
from Eugeno Tuesday afternoon.
Card of Thanks—Wo wish to ex
press our sincere appreciation of
the kindness shown us in our recent
bereavement, especially our appre
ciation of the floral tributes. J. W.
Harrington and family.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Slater and
two children and Mr. and Mrs. R.
M. Barger, who had been guests at
the S. 8. Lasswell home, returned
to Portland Suuday. Mrs. Slater,
who is a sister of Mrs. Lasswell,
with her two children, had visited
here for two weeks. The other
members of the party arrived Satur
I have several real bargains in
city property; also good farms,
small or large. J. F. Spray. m2tfc
Misses Lucile and Vivian Cornutt
returned Friday from their southern
trip which took them into Mexico.
They visited wiht relatives at sev
eral places in California. Miss Lu
cile has resumed her position as
cashier with the Umphrey & Mackin
Miss Wilma and Gordon White
arrived Sunday from Fossil, where
they spent the summer.
Empire billing system and
and special forms of every
kind. Always get them of The
The S. L. Mackin family returned
Sunday from an outing at Newport.
The N. E. Glass residence prop
erty on east Main street has beea
sold to W. J. Johnson, of Portland.
Mrs. Johnson, who had been here
to close the deal, returned homo
Monday. The Johnson family will
move here in the spring.
Be sure to see one of the new
Dodge cars at Nelson’s Service
The Robert Stewart famly left
Monday for Albany, expecting to be
gone a week.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Long returned
Sunday from a ten days’ outing,
most of which was spent in Wash
Select Your Druggist With as
Much Care As You Do Your Physi
cian. Your Druggist Is More Than
u Merchant. New Era Drug Store.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wright re
turned Saturday from a ten days’
outing at Foley springs.
Mrs. Lizzie Whitsett Lnne, a na
live of Cottage Grove, died in Port
land last week. The funeral was
held there Wednesday.
Monroe, the photographer, who al
ways pleases, has again taken charge
of his studio at 22 north Sixth
street and challenges the photogra
phers of the world to equal his rec
ord of 700 sittiags with only one
resitting. After extensive travel he
is able to say that no better por
traits can be made anywhere than
he is prepared to make for you. He
uses only the best in Collins mounts
and material. If you have never
had a good photograph, try him.
Ho guarantees to please you. a31s7c
The ladies’ aid of the Presbyter
ian church will meet next Wednes
day in the church. The hostesses
will be Mrs. B. R. Job, Mrs. Fred
Wright, Mrs. J. M. Groves and Mrs.
A. W. Swanson.
The R. E. Short, C. A. Beidler,
George Matthews and Bert Trask
families spent Sunday and Monday
on an outing at Foley springs.
Merchant»! Your salesbooks.
A Fugo fire extinguisher in
Place your order with The Sen
the home is likely to some time
tinel 60 day» before you must save property worth hundreds
I will take $450 for my
of times the cost of this little
Fully equipped and in
Sergeant L. Vanghn, United States
Why pay rent when you can own
army instructor of the national automatic article. W. L. Darby a home for the rent! See Spray, fine condition. Cash or bank
guard, attended an instruction class i Hardware.
105 Main street.
m2tfc able paper. Elbert Smith, at
of the guard unit of this city
Mr and Mrs. G. B, Pitcher, Dolly
McCormick Brothers have started The Sentinel office.
We Are Not Mind Readers
But we do know what the good housewife is likely
to want in preparing the meal for any time of the day
—and we have it for her. Often she doesn’t know that
she wants it until she sees it, but we know she will want
it and we prepare to meet the want.
Whenever a housewife wishes to think of something
different, often our display of table needs makes the
suggestion that fits in with her plana
THE STORE THAT APPRECIATES YOUR TRADE
Fugo automatically extin
guishes the flames. Equip your
car and home with them. Darby
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Daugherty
and daughter spent Labor day at Hardware.
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Stewart and
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Parker spent
Sunday at Lowell.
Miss Lulu Hull returned Tuesday
from a visit at the home of her
sister, Mrs. H. C. Johnson, in Che
Prescription Experts. Your Drug
gist is More Than a Merchant. New
Era Drug Store.
A. A. Richmond and sons Deimos
and Marion motored into the Bohe
Thursday of last week. He left mia district Saturday. Mr. Rich
here for Medford, where he is sta mond returned Monday and the
Mrs. Clay England and children
have returned from n visit in Salem.
I will not be responsible for any
debts contracted by anyone other
than myself.—Elmer Jones. a24s7p
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Frost left
Sunday for California to visit rel We have storage room for
atives. They will bo gone two
hay and grain. Call on us
Mrs. R. E. Griswold, of Eugene,
visited during the week with her for storage rates.
sister, Mrs. Ernest Armes.
Buy your used car at Nelson’s
The C. A. Moore family have
moved from the N. E. Glass resi
dence on east Main street to their
ranch in Delight Valley.
Mrs. C. W. Ewing returned Fri
boys went on into the Steamboat
day from Portland.
Every automobile should be country.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Powers, of
equipped with a Fugo auto Kelso,
Wash., spent the week end
matic fire extinguisher. They at the home of Mrs. Powers’ par
cost little. An expensive car ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bartels.
may be destroyed within a few
Willard Service Station. Nelson’s
moments for the lack of one of Service Station.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Krum, of Cor
these. Darby Hardware.
vallis, spent Sunday with Mrs.
The John Baker place at the cor Krum’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.
ner of Chestnut avenue and G street B. Phillips.
has been sold to C. E. Powers, of
Albany, John Spray making the
A. C. Anderson and Homer Gal
loway motored to Salem Friday on
business with the public service
Your Prescription Filled Just as
Your Doctor Orders at New Era LAND
Mrs. F. C. Coffman and two
PLASTER, FIRE CLAY,
children, of North Bend, visited
during the past week with Mrs.
Miss Allie Poole, a teacher in the
Grants Pass schools, visited Prof,
and Mrs. E. J. Edwards during the
T Tales of the Town 1
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Sunders, who
left several days ago on a motor
trip to Vancouver, B. C., were de
layed in Salem by reason of the
fact that their car was injured by
an employe of one of the garages
there while he was taking care of it.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Laughlin, of
Los Angeles, visited briefly yester
day with Mr. anil Mrs. G. M. Scott.
Mrs. Laughlin, formerly Miss Gertie
Thomas, formerly resided here.
Mrs. Edith Kirk and daughter
Winona, of I^iGrande, are visiting
Mrs. Georg? Currin.
John Baker has bought the J. S.
Medley property on west Main
street. The deal waB made by J. F.
Morris & Cox have sold their
second hand business to Roscoe For
ward, a new arrival from Santa
Rosa, Calif. Mr. Morris will estab
lish a local store for the Berry
Piano company, of Eugene.
Hainloth & Rohde have received
a new electric welding machine.
Stewart io»- good plumbing.
Bank of Cottage Grove
gene Monday and has entered the
Eugene business college.
Frank Wallace, of Portland, spent
Labor day with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Wallace.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Jones, of Eu
gene, spent Labor day here.
Money to loan on city or farm
property. J. F. Spray.
Mrs. Anna Steunett was up from
Portland the first of the week on
E. J. Howe has bene suffering
with a lame back during the post
week us the result of an altercation
with some ice cream freezers which
he was removing from I. O. O. F.
C. O. Willis and family wish to
thank their many friends for the
assistance reudered them during
their recent bereavement.
floral tributes were especially ap
Frank Knox, of Fossil, a former
pioneer resident of this section, was
a guest over Saturday night with
Mrs. N. M. OgleBby and Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Graham. The senior Knox
was a cousin of the late Dr. Ogles
by and crossed the plains with him
in 1853 in the Oglesby-Knox train.
Mr. Knox was four years of age at
Sterling Feed Co.
the erection of a store building at
the corner of L street and Birch
Mr. and Mrs. Saunders have
moved from the Monroe studio
building to the Mounts residence on
Galloway for insurance, 511 Main.
Mr. and Mrs. Laie Leonard left
Friday by motor for Florida.
8. C. Veatch was up from Halsey
over Labor day.
Mr and Mrs. Joe McMaster, of
PortlanJ, visited during the past
week at the homes of Mrs. Me Mas
ter’s sisters, Mrs. Merritt Eddy,
Mrs. Fred Mot ter and Mrs. Ernest
Dodge Brothers announce import
ant improvements in the appearance
and riding comforts of their motor
car. N. J. Nelson, Jr., dealer. spt7e
Miss Bertha Howe went to Eu
N. J. Nelson motored to Corvallis
Monday and brought home Mrs.
Nelson and their daughter Maxine,
who had been there to attend a
family reunion in honor of the
fifty fifth wedding anniversary of
Mrs. Nelson’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Deffenbacher, and of her
father’s eightieth, birthday anniver
Miss Bethel Gowdy has resigned
her position with Kem '• for Drugs.
Her place has been taken by Miss
will attend school io Portland.
F. T. Benson, merchant at Bag
inaw, has begun suit in circuit
court against the Credit Service
company and O. W. Ingram, seek
ing a judgment in the sum of
51213.12. alleging that the defen
dants wrongfully attached his stock
and deprived him of the profits of
TO GO WITH
What person, young or old,
does not relish a nice cut of
Pie? Made with the best
fruits obtainable and baked
in a tasty, fluffy crust,
you’ll find our offerings a
The Cottage Grove
The Hannah J. Palmer property
at the corner of I street and Ash
avenue has been sold to Grant Tow
er, the Galloway agency making the
W. P. Huff, who suffered a slight
stroke Tuesday, is able to boaround
The Z. L. Cox property at the
corner of L street and Ash avenue
has beea sold to Olaf Olsen, a re
cent arrival from North Dakota.
J. M. Durham made the deal.
6-volt, 11-plate $22.25
6-volt, 13-plate 29.50
6-volt, 15 plate 35.40
12-volt, 9-plate 41.30
f. o. b. Seattle
These lower prices have been
made possible through the
adoption of certain changes
in merchandising methods
by the manufacturer based
on present day requirements
of car owners. The quality
remains the same and these
prices put the long-lived
Exide Battery within the
reach of every car owner.
Mrs. Karl K. Mills and son Rob
ert, accompanied by Mrs. Mills'
mother and sister, Mrs. Sophronia
Howe and daughter Miss Lola, of
Eugene, motored to Portland yes
The Curtis Veatch family, of Hal
sey, ire visiting relatives here this
Fra lk Woodruff, of Portland, in
the plumbing department of the
Southern Pacific, was in the eity
Mr. end Mrs. F. E. Dickson and
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Perry motored
to Eugene Wednesday.
The J. A. Powells have moved
into their borne on Quincy avenue
recently purchased from Godard 4
Ramlall. The erection of the house
was completed only this week.
Mrs. Dee Fox writes that their
address has been changed from Dee, |
Ore., to Madras.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Powell left
yesterday on an outing which they
will spend in southern Oregon. They
will visit Crater lake and the Ore
Dr. II. A. Hagen, who is enjoying
a vacation of several months, was
here over Wednesday night. He left
yesterday for The Dalles.
Miss Hasel Loucks left yesterday
for The Dalles, whore she will teach
Mrs. Thos. Funk and three chd
dren left yesterday for Silverton to
Harry Neet and Brighton Leon
ard left yesterday for Myrtle Point.
Mrs. W. A. Garontte motored to
Portland Wedne .day with her sister,
Mrs. Jack Callahan, and the latter’s
two sons, who had been visiting
here. They were aeeimpnnied by
Mrs. W. C. Johnson, mother of the
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Ralph Chestnut, Luella Hurley,
Mrs. Stanley Hubbard, who was
known here, died Sunday in a Port Claude Sherman, Elsie Chestnut, of
land hospital following an opera this city, and Mr. and Mrs. R. W.
Davis, of Yoncalla, motored to
Mrs. F. E. Dickson and children Dillard and Myrtle Creek I-abor
returned Monday from a visit with day.
relatives in Corvallis.
A. E. Thomas and family arrived
Mrs. W. B. Cooper and Mrs. M. Monday from St. Helens and have
J. Chamberlain motored to Corvallis taken one of the Omar apartments.
A son was born Sunday to Mr.
Wednesday and attended the dedi
cation of the W. C. T. U. children ’a and Mrs. Michael George, of Com
Nelson’s sorvice station has sold
D. W. McKinney was in Albany
Gray touring cars to Milton Epper
Wednesday on business.
N. J. Nelson Sr. was at Oakridge son, of Powers, and M. Relland, of
Star; a new Dodge touring to Mr.
Wednesday on business.
Mrs. A. Johnson and a used
Perry ArnieB, of Woodburn, who and
Chevrolet to Sherman Wilkins.
had been visiting his brother, E. W.
Armes, returned home Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira B. Morris, of
Klamath Falls, are visiting Mr.
Morris’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. B.
MrB. Ernest Armes and son Cecil
offers you a home that is
left Wednesday for Newport to
spend several days.
A 9-pouud daughter was boru
Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Clydo
Two and three-room apart
A number from hero attended the
ments with, bath, hot and
amateur rodeo on Labor day at
\ I cold water, steam heat, elec
tric ranges and lights. You
Suit brought Saturday by a
wholesale creditor against C. J.
should see these. Inquire of
Madseu was settled out of court.
Miss Helen Tate, of Hart, Mich.,
visited the first of the week with
Kem’B for Drugs
her cousin, Mrs. J. V. Stewart.
Professor E. J. Edwards took a
team of students from the agricul
tural class to Albany yesterday to
The Henry Rohde family spent
participate in a stock judging con the week end in Portland visiting
Mra. C. K. Haynes, on her way
William Witte, of Oregon City,
from her home in Salem to Rose is visiting his grandmother, Mrs.
burg, spent the woek end with her 8. E. McKinney.
former schoolmate, Mrs. 8. V. Alli
Otto Michel arrived from Rose
burg Monday on business. Ho will
The David Sterling family visited return soon to Wyoming.
over the woek end with relatives at
Bortha and Hazel Stephens re
turned Friday from Monmouth,
A marriage liceuse was issued where they had been attending
Tuesday to Dennis David Bogle, of normal.
Drain and Anna Fielder, of this
Clara Milne and Ethel Rogers
\ are teaching in the Latham school
Wilbur Pitcher, of Star, and Mist which opened Monday.
Signe Sahlin, of Disston, were mar
O. L. Kellogg and family arrived
ried Saturday in Eugene, County Tuesday from Glascow, Kans., and
Judge Barnard officiating.
will make their home hero.
Mr. and Mrs. Rons McFarland, of
Portland, newlyweds, visited rela Charlos and daughter Miss Belle
tives here during the past week.
and Mrs. Burkholder’s mother, Mrs.
Mrs. W. L. Darby, Gladys Jack- Lydia Stouffor, motored to Port
son anil two children, of this city, land Sunday, returning Tuesday
aud Miss Margaret Darby, of Eu morning, excepting Miss Belle, who
gene, visited over the week end at will remain there a month. While
They were joined in Portland they wore guests of
there by V.'otta Scott, of Olympia, Mr. and Mrs. 8. R. Bmitb, former
Wash., another daughter of Mrs. residents of Cottage Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Lawson, of
Mr. and Mrs. Karl K. Mills re Wedderburn, vsiited the first of
woek at the homo of Mrs. Law-
turned Sunday night from their trip
son’s sister, Mrs. H. K. Metcalf.
They had been to Portland to put
Mrs. Anna J. Gowdy returned their son Kenton in Hill's military
Saturday from Portland, where she academy.
attended the Cottage Grove picnic
A marriage license was issued
in Peninsula park.
Cottage Grove people were present. Wednesday to Merrell J. Stewart
and Dorothy B. Blackmore, both of
Mrs. F. J. Alstott and children Cottage Grove,
left Wednesday for Eugene to make
Mrs. T. C. Wheeler and daughter
Juno were in Eugene Tuesday.
Mrs. Josephine Korneck, formerly
of this eity, now of Portland, vis
ited hero the first of the week.
Mrs. Carrie L. Schurman, of Big
Sandy, Mont., who had boon visit
ing her former Montana neighbor,
Mrs. Alfred Beidler, returned home
yesterday. In company with Mr. and
Mrs. Worth Harvey they visited in
Creswell Labor day with another
former Montana neighbor, Mr. and
Mrs. W. V. Chapin.
A daughter was born August 31
to Mr. and Mra. Bort M. Tullar.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Moore and
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Arthur spent
Labor day nt Belknap springs.
C. J. KEM
Give the Wife a Rest
—bring the family to
the Gray Goose Tea
Room for Luncheon
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A Good Place to Eat