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COTTAGE GRXJVE SENTINEL, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1923
tage Grove, end Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Fisher, of Thornton Corners, were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Heath.
Misses Pearl and Mary Layng
and Bernadine Schneider spent the
week end with their parents, re
turning Monday morning to Cot
tage Grove, where they are staying
while attending high school.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanna, of
Pullman, Wash., have moved onto
the Ida Stocks ranch, which they
Mr. and Mrs. George Layng and
Mrs. Layng’s mother, Mrs. Dowens,
motored to Eugene and Junction
City Thursday of last week.
♦— What the World *||
(Popular Mechanics Magazine.) |
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Oct. 15.—The first meeting of the
literary society was held Friday,
Air Chamber Saves Divert
October 12. The following officers
Stricken at Work
were elected: President, W. A. Hem-
enway; vice president, Jay Horning;
As a first-aid appliance to save th«
secretary treasurer, D. H. Kemple;
livss of diven stricken at their work, i
oiganist, Miss Hazel Ashby; chor
large steel tank, in which they are
ister, Mr. Rem pie; moderator, M. M.
Wheeler; janitor, Howard McFar
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. McFarland,
.J..""- -1-- . LI
W. A. Hemenway and Kathryn
Rubber stamps. The Sentinel, tf Hemenway attended the rally day
service ut the Christian church ia
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(Special to The Sentinel.)
Miss Myrtle Dobberstein was out
Oct. 16. -Mrs. G. I*. Carlile and
of school Monday.
The simplest and beat way to atop
Wayne Veatch, who is teaching daughter and son, Madge and Ar
coughs, <x>lds, croup, bronchial, nt Halsey, visited The Cedars schotil thur, of the Grove, spent last Wed
nesday with Mrs. Carlile’s sister-
“flu” and la grippe <x>ughs Is to take Friday.
in-law, Mrs. J. Q. A. Young.
CHAMBERLAIN’S Soars were visitors at The Cedars Rev. and Mrs. Morgan, of Eugene,
attended a meeting of the farmers’
COUGH REMEDY school Friday afternoon.
Every user ia a friend
Mr. and Mrs. George Schneider union Thursday evening.’
Mrs. Ruso Belieu, of Bridge,
visited Sunday at the J. E. Meisner
spent a part of last week with her placed. Is filled with compressed air to
tireak up and drive out bubbles of gas
Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Morris and sister and brother, Mrs. J. Q. A. that
cause them to become paralyzed or
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Forward, of Young and E. F. Carlile.
Albert Oaks helped move the QDCOoacioua The pressure is started at
tho Grove, visited Thursday eve
Sproulrs to Sutherlin last Thurs 80 pounils anti increased or decreased
ning at the Roy Morris home.
M the patient needs it. Even though a
C. O. Willis returned Thursday day.
Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Kappauf mo constant supply of air is pumped below
from a visit in Prineville with his
to a diver at work, the great weight of
Byron McFarland is staying with a: the Howard Durkee home.
the water and too long periods under
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
seas frequently overcome him, making
II. McFarland and is clerking in the
quick action necessary to prevent his
W. L. Darby hardware store after Springfield, visited Bunday at the
Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Remple moved White.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Holm and baby
onto the J. J. Wonder place last
and Mr. Carlson, of Wauna, are
Mr. and M rs. Avery Hurtzel have visiting at the home of Mrs. Holm’s
moved up to the Woodard mill, sister, Mrs. G. M. Kebelbeck.
Mr. Nordqueft, of Portland, spent
where Mr. llurtzell is employed.
•Ay /f.» _ j u. < •
Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Bidton and the week end at the G. M. Kebel
Mr. und Mrs. Sterling
_ Bolton and beck homo.
family liavo returned from Trout
and uro moving onto their plc.ac.
Mrs. Ed Ashby at tended the W.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
R. C. dinner in Cottage Grovo Hut-
Oct. 16.—Mr. and Mrs. Glen Scott
motored to Eugenq Thursday.
Phillip, Mabel, Bernice and Leta
Mosby motored up from Walden
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Mrs. Krause visited Friday night Watchdog “Travels Beat” In
The live wire print shop is always Every patron of The Sentinel is helping to give Cottage Grove
Oct. 16.—Mrs. Amanda Bears, with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Brison and Clarence Sears, Miss J. S. Burnett, in Cottage Grove.
ready to help in the preparation of a newspaper which eminent authority has stated to be one of
Similarly to the way in which pack
Laura Kiley and Mr. and Mrs. L.
Mr. and Mrs. Durkee were in
and printing copy. O.ir the best country newspapers published by anyone anywhere.
ages are carried in stores in traveling advertising
K. Brumfield were in Cottage Grove Eugeno Saturday on business.
experience may be worth something
Mrs. Gertrude Whitsett arrived
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George Layng went to Johnson Sunday to be with her mother, Mrs. cuit of his master’s grounds in London
meadows last week after his cattle, J. A. Elliott, who is quite ill.
it regular intervals in a traveling ele
which he has had grazing there
Mrs. Bertha Krause was in Bu vated cage. The dog appears to un
during the Hummer.
derstand the responsibility of his place
Dan Beck, of Cottage Grove, who
Bernico Whitsett, of the Grove,
And Oh! how wel
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had boon living in one of the houses is visiting at the home of her and is keenly on the lookout, speedily
near the old mill on the W. D. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. giving the alarm when he sees an in
Th«1 best way to guard against
come Pearl Oil’s comfy
Heath place since last spring, while Elliott.
appendicitis is to flush both upper
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cutting piling on the George Layng
Mr. and Mrs. John Teeters vis-
and lower bowel once a week with
warmth! Pearl Oil —
Block and Slabwood, the load.................. . ...................
place, moved his belongings back to ited with friends in Eugene Satur-
glycerine, buckthorn bark,
Lions Tamed by Electricity simple
Dry Slabwood, the load....................
his home Bunday morning, having day.
etc., as mixed in Adlerika. Most
Planer Trimmings, the load............... ............................
because it keeps the air
Instead of With Whip
completed the work out hero.
J. E. Redford and Mrs. Wilbur
medicines act only on lower bowel
F. B. Phillips has been hauling and daughter Gladys were in Eu-
As a more effective means of training
sweet and dean — heat
pears from his orchard to Cottage gone Monday.
and lower bowel and removes all
Grove during the past week.
Mrs. Chas. Teeters mid daughter lions that eventually perform in the poisons. Helps any case gas on stom
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Notice ia hereby given that the
undersigne«l has been appointed by
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th«' County Court of lame County,
Oregon, administrator of tho estate
of Allen Kirk, deceased, which or
der bears «iate of the 19th day of
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21st «lay of September, 1923.
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J. H. KIRK.
Administrator of the estate <1 For scouring and cleaning aluminum
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