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COTTAGE (¡ROVE SENTINEL, I'KHIAY, SKITHMBER 14. 1923
i Neighborhood News
The Sage-Olson scientific instruments first heralded
to the world the presence of oil at the now famous Sig
nal Hill oil fields of California. Next they announced
similar finds at Half Moon bay, 40 miles south of San
Francisco, and backed up their assertions by leasing
3000 acres of land and proceeded to drill for oil, which
has resulted in three good oil wells either now in or
being brought in, in each instance at the location and
depth announced before drilling began.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Sept. 10.—Mrs. D. W. McKinney,
of Cottage Grove, spent Friday of
last week at the F. T. Benston
Mrs. W. 8. Cappious, of Cottage
Grove, visited Friday with the
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Benston,
Gladys und Harry Benston attended
the dance Friday night in Delight
The Allen family, of California,
visited Sunday at the Judson Allen
Ernest Briggs, Harry, Elwin aad
Steve Benston spent the week end
Mrs. Robt. Elliott and daughters,
of Eugene, are visitiag this week
at the O. Knight place.
C. H. Sharon and son William
came down from Disston to spend
Sunday at home.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Campbell, of
Roseburg, visited Sunday at the J.
F. Adney home.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cox and chi il
dren, of Marcóla, were in this vicin
J. F. Adney, who is working at
Curtin, spent Suuday with his fam
Leo McArthur and little brother
Monday evening from
Keefer, Okla. They are staying
with the Geo. Fogle family.
School opened Monday with an
enrollment of 39 pupils. There aro
several more who were not regis
tered Monday. Miss Sibyl Cellers
is the teacher.
spent Sunday afternoon at the
Miss Margaret Hemenway visited
Sunday with Mias Wilma White in
Mrs. Anna Petrie spent Thursday
at the W. A. Hemenway home.
Joy Fredericks, of the Grove,
spent Friday with Kathryn Hemen
Miss Florence McFarland was in
Miss Effie Hopper and Mias Flor
ence McFarland motored to Star.
Monday. They will teach there at
the approaching achool term.
Mr. and Mrs. I*. W. Hubbard and
daughter Gwendolyn left Monday
for their home in Salem, accompa
nied by Mrs. Hubbard’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Magee.
Mrs. G. W. Hawley and Mrs.
Curtia T Veatch
and daughter Wanda
spent Thursday at the Ed Ashby
Mr. and Mrs. Clare Parke, of Eu-
gene, visited Suuday at the Ed
James Scars and son David were
down from the Bohemia district
over Wednesday night.
OLD RAGS 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
(Special to The Sentinel)
Recently at a convention of geologists held in San
hard surface goods or small pieces
Sept. 10.—Mrs. Kate Sears, of
of any kind. We want the best rags Cottage Grove, and her grand
Francisco the assertion was made by those in attendance
and pay the best price, 5 cents the daughter, Miss Mildred Chapman,
that, contrary to their first belief, large quantities of
pound. The Sentinel.
tf of Curtin, visited several days of
last week with Mrs. Amanda Sears.
oil exist at both localities, Half Moon bay now prom
MONEY FOR YOU—PAY CASH
Mr. and Mrs. George Layng wero
Thing* other» think, and what m
ising to become a strong rival of the famous Signal Hill.
for your wautads aud get threo in the Grove Monday morning.
think of tho thing» other» w>ir*
Miss Beruadine Schneider, while
This is a high tribute to the accuracy of the Olson
WANTED—CAR LOAD JERSEY
heifer», two to three yean old. I Grove, will stay with her aunt, Mrs.
Frogs in Minneapolis aro quoted
have for sale 10 head of purebred E. C. Lock wood.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Heath wero at 12*6 cent» a dozen. But croakers
With equal confidence they now assure us of an inl
Shropshire yearling rams, and some
are worth about the same anywhere.
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good grade Hampshires. J. W. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
meme body of oil passing through Oregon and back
Veatch, phone 174-J.
a31sl4p W. Fisher at Thornton Corners
The piano is tho invention of an
up their assertions by installing machinery and com-
Mrs. Waldo Miller accompanied Italian. It might be more proper to
FOR HALE—A GOOD STEEL
say “the machination.’’
mencing drilling operations. Ihiblic interest now grows
range in A-l condition. Mr». J. J. R. Cooley to Cottage Grove Fri
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each day as a result of their previous success.
W. MeCormic.k, .326 north Seventh day.
Mr. and Mrs. Leston Dowens,
street, phone 128-L.
Phonographs have been invented
Walter Dowens and Mr. and Mrs.
ROOM AND BOARD $1 THE DAY. George Ixiyng and children attended which will sing out the time of day
Those seeking information should apply to
Mrs. W. M. George, 927 south the funeral of their father and at such intervals as the owner may
a.31sl4p grandfather, George Dowens, at wish. A kind that could tell the
proper time to stop playing would
Blue Mountain Monday.
WANT TO BUY WHEAT. PHONE
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hands, Lewis make a hit with the neighbors of
26-FI2. R. A. Snauer. a.31spt!4p Monde 1 and W. D. Heath and son persons owning them.
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WANT TO LIST SMALL FARMS Addison were among those in the
A message to Mars would cost
and closein acreage. If good and
ten million dollars. There is no con-
priced right list with mo for re- urday.
gestion of the service yet.
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suits, Recleaned home-grown rye
seed, 2% cents; uncieaned, 2Vi
The picture of a New York girl
eonts. Bart. Johnston, Saginaw,
dressed for her “coming out’’ gives
a.31sptl4p for two years, to their own place the impression that she is nearly
at Blue Mountain.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cooley and out already.
FOR RENT--55 ACRE FARM, 3
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miles from Cottage Grove on daughter Elizabetli were in Cottage
of advanced agri
gravel road. Good house, barn, all Grove Monday afternoon.
culture the thrifty woman doesn’t
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Addison Heath, J. A. Schneider allow widows’ weeds to grow the
tillable laud. Phone 128-Y. Mrs. J.
W. McCormick, 327 north Seventh and David Hennigan, of Eugene, second season in the garden of love.
a31tfc were out on tho Siuslaw beyond
Lorane Sunday on a hunting trip.
Seeds never grow quite so good
FOR SALE—RICCA & SON UP-
Mrs. Amanda Sears and Miss
right piano. In good condition. Laura Riley were in Cottage Grove anywhere else as they do in the
Used only year.
Inquire Mrs. Saturday.
Frank Turner, Cottage Grove, Oro.,
Miss Forest Schneider left Friday
"Mon who stay at home every
spt7-2lp<: for Marshfield, where she will
night are not good for anything,”
says one of the new women, We
would say that such men are at
throe pear pnekers. Must bo able
least good husbands and fathers and
make a packed box weight 51
YOU ahouhl see this exhibition of to
uro setting a pretty fair example
|H>unds gross. Will pay ono cont
for their boys.
products from every section of our above tho regular scale.
Claude Schrack, Lorane ,Ore. sp7tfc
There is a silver lining in overy
slate, a revelation and a liberal edu-
FOR HALE OR TRADE—SIX Mr. aud Mrs. Warren
", and cloud—but usually you hnvo to look
cation to everyone.
year-old homo for stile or will granddaughter Ellen Krause and for it.
trade for cow. Weight about 1250 Mrs. J. A. Elliott motored to Eu-
pound», linn boon worked Home and gene Friday.
man usunlly gets enught whon
Agriculture, I lort.icult.ure, Live Stock, should make a fine farm home. Perry Rusco returned to Portland he A starts
telling how r the women
8. Cochran, Cottngo Grove, Suuday, after a visit at the W. W. chase him.
Special attractions day and night. Chan.
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npt7 23pd Chrisman home.
Horse racing, amusements, stock and FOR SALE—A FORD TOURING D. L. England and children went
If you do something that brings
to Waldport Monday for a few sunshine to a gloomy face, don’t
car. Inquire G. H. Brainard or days.
poultry shows, etc.
pay any attention to how much fun
Earl Motor Co.
The Fairview school opened Mon is made of you—you are doing
something worth while.
$75,000 IN PRIZES AND PURSES FOR SALE—MARE WEIGHING teacher.
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about 1100 lbs., gentle and true
Whon a man asks you for advice
in overy way. Will trade for good
milk cow. I). Quaglin, one mile east machine finished the season’s run ho has greater confidence in
than to think you will advise
and 3-4 mile north of Cottngo Grove. Saturday.
to use his own judgment.
Address Box 32.
On tuile September 22-29 iiielimive; return limit October 1
Most people have a greater
FOR SALE—A HEMSTITCHING
of public opinion than of personal
machine in perfect condition, at
(Special to The Sentinel.)
21 south Sixth street.
Sept. 10.—The Floyd Jones family injury. Most any man would mther
are moving back to their ranch, fight thnn be laughed at.
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ALL TRAINS DIRECT TO RAIR GROUNDS
FOR RENT—FURNISHED SLEEP after an absence of five years.
ing room for two men. Also fur
If heaven is only a place where
Mrs. D. H. Brumbaugh visited
I’’or further particular« ask agenta
nished rooms for light housekeeping. Sunday afternoon at the Castle we can complete our air castles it's
John Jennings, 704 Hireh Ave. slip home.
good enough for anyone.
JOHN M. SCOTI’
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frost and son
$3 REWARD FOR THE RETURN
Determination and application al
of one 35x5 tire and rim lost on Harry motored to Dillard Sunday. ways come out ahead of faith and
Asa’t Passenger Traffic Manager
Several from hero attended the
London road. Return to Sentinel
apt 14c funeral of George Dowens Monday
at the Blue Mountain cemetery.
A Pennsylvania minister refuses
Rufus Rawlings was in Cottage
TEAM WANTED—MUST BE GEN-
to marry any more men who can’t
tie and good workers. Not more Grove Friday.
an income of $2000 a year.
Phillip Mosby is quite ill at the
then 10 years old, weight about
1300 pounds each. Also good weight, home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. He’s on the wrong track. A fellow
with $2000 a year is likely to wed
’. B. Mosby.
farm harness. M. Nordstrom, Cot J.
School opened Monday, Mrs. Shel a $5000-a-year girl whilo a $1000-a-
tage Grove, phone 17-F4.
burne having charge of the upper year man may get a girl who can
FOR SALE FIVE JERSEY COWS guides and Miss Marie McCargar live on that amount.
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to bo frosh soon. H. E. Henne- tho lower ones.
Some folks will get Satan behind
nvm, Curtin, Ore.
Miss Mabel Mosby left Saturday
for Mnrcola, whore she is teaching them and then deliberately turn
WANTED—SOMEONE TO HE1J’ this year.
me make money by selling spe
The George Hastings family have
cialty. Mrs. 8. B. Burton, 282 returned from California.
Ninth avenue east, Eugene. sp!4-28p
___ r left t Sunday
Miss Lelia Hastings
~ -tin, where she will tench
FOR SALE—1921 CLEVELAND for Cu
motorcycle, first class condition, this year.
price $109. Address Frank Over
To extend inc you the utility and convenience of Standard
holser, Cottage Grove.
Oil Company urii, we have so arranged that it is now re
You are cordially invited
to inspect the
Things We Think
At Durham’s Store
of Millinery, Coats
Suits and Dresses
¿HeíOoidí. Bangs kMarksbunu
~TKe Dmfaqkt Stottfar Qttafity atttiSenter
Say It With Printer’s Ink
Oregon State F air
Salem, September 24-29
Mordock & Haney
Fare and One-Third for the Round Trip
Southern Pacific Lines
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
deemable ntx only M all Standard Ou Service Stations, but
FOR SALE—NO 1 AND 2 COM
(Special to The Sentinel.)
mon lumber. I’riees right. Over
Sept. 11.—Several members of the
holser Lumber Co., phonc 22 FS, »14p Coast fork local attended the farm
ers’ onion entertainment at Cres
FOR SALK—ORGAN IN FIRST well Saturday evening.
class condition. Call at 41 north
Tho Harvey Taylor family have
J street, Cottage Grove.
sptl4pd moved to the Grove.
S. P. Watch Inspector
Several of Miss Ada Gilham’»
FOR SALE—17S WHITE LEG
horn pullets, cheap if taken nil friends gave her a surprise birthday
together. Several good incubators party last Friday evening.
The John and George Kebelbeek
selling cheap, as 1 want all one
Booking orders for baby families attended church in Cottage
chicks. Prices right. Roy 8. Halids, Grove Sunday.
Mrs. A. 8. Powell, of the Grove,
Box 614, Cottage Grove, Ore., phono
sptUtfc is visiting her brother. George Tay
Mrs. llanna and two brothers,
FOR 8AIJC—HALF ACRE OF
Barber Work in General
land on south Eighth. just outside Walter and Lester Cox, of Bandon,
city limits. Mallie Miller, 1059 VI silted Sunday afternoon with Mrs.
~ A. Young.
spt!4 28p J- Q
also at garages, service stations and ocher places where Red
Crown gssiiune, Zeroiene, and other Standard Oil Company
products are sold.
This broadening of our service enables you co use your
Srandaid Oil ( ompany scrip in the purchase of our produc ts
st thousands of dealers handling these products, as well as
si the conveniently kwared
k»c»ted Standard Od
Stariona. which now number nearly 'OO ami are constantly
bee i>ming more numerous thcougluiut the Pacific ( awar (rates.
k meant that wherrver you may go, in dttvs, town«, val
leys, mounraina, in every busy man and at every eras» reads,
you will be able to use your Standard Oil ( ompanv scrip
at dealers displaying the familiar Red (town gaaoiuie sign,
at well as at Standard Oil Company Service Statnan
Standard Oil Company icnf, in small booklets of con
venient site, is obtainable ar our Service Stations and other
sales othies, either when you call or by telephonevi ortkr.
It is redeemable on the same basis at dealers selling our
products, as at our Service Stations
FOR SALE NOW IS THE TIME
to place your order for choice
Italian prunes. Delivered to your
door at reasonable price. R. C.
Arne, phone 15 F5.
STANDARD OU. (UMPANY
-A GOOD HEAVY
a team and harnean,
bet! and wood rack
R C. Arne, phone
FOR SALK—A GOOD WORK
team, wagon and hameM. Weight
about 2890 pounds; nge 5 and 6
years. Noble Elliott, Cottage Grove,
phone 25 F5
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Sept. hl. Miss Daisy Timina, who
had been visiting at the home of
her aunt. Mrs. G. W. Smith, left
Thursday for her home in Ix»s An-
gelea. She wan accompanied by her
cousin, th-orge Nail, who had apent
tho winter at,the Smith home.
A 7H pound daughter, I^eilie
Bern, was born Sunday to Mr. and
Mrs. D. H. Horn pie.
Mrs. Sprague and children spent
Tuesday at the D. H. Remple home.
The W. A. Hemenway family
for the convenience of our
Imperial Barber Shop
MO Main. P. S Bukowski. Prop.
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0 FEAR OF EVIL resulting from
change of diet, water or climate,
concerns thoee who take na the ahott
tnp. summer vacation or Ion« (oumey.
COLIC and DIARRHOEA