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COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 19, 1923
end at the home of his mother, Mrs.
M. V. Phillips.
Be Well Heeled. Will put month
of wear into your old shoes. Goff’s
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Caldwell
spent the week end at Elmira at the
home of their son, Elmer Caldwell.
Mrs. Clara Burkholder, her moth
er, Mrs. Lydia Stouffer, her son,
Charles Jr., and Mrs. C. E. Frost
spent Saturday in Eugene.
See Mendenhall for watch repair
ing. 8. P. watch inspector.
Miss Dorris Sikes, of Eugene,
visited with friends here Saturday.
Miss Sikes and Georg Bjorset spent
Sunday at Dexter at the home of
Miss Sikes’ parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Grace Brehaut, of Roseburg, who
was here for the football game
Friday, spent the week end at the
home of her uncle, Harry Hart.
When Poverty Ends!
Poverty ends when the spirit of saving begins
in a man. The amount saved is unimportant
- the BIG thing is to MAKE THE START.
When will YOU make this start! How
much longer will you put off this important
step! Decide right now that you will do this
the FIRST thing TOMORROW by opening a
Savings Account here. When you do, we will
present you with a Liberty Bell Home Safe
to assist you in saving.
Bank of Cottage Grove
Dry Cleaning. C. G. Laundry.
Misses Fleta and Vera Turner, of
Grants Pass, who are attending the
Eugene business college, spent the
week end at the J. Q. Willits home.
Mr. and Mrs. Verne Lundy, of
Myrtle Point, visited during last
week at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Card of Thanks—I wish to ex
press my appreciation of the kind
ness of the employes at tho J. H.
Chambers camp, who have presented
me a substantial purse. Mrs. M. A.
Esther VanOsdal spent last week
at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. VanOsdal, returning
Monday to Eugene, where she is
attending business college.
Mrs. Mary E. Spray has bought
the Norman Pohll property on cast
One more week of hunting
A Point to
The Beautiful Eye
is the healthy eye
Nature may have en
dowed you with beauti
ful eyes—but there is
no assurance that na
ture alone will PRE
SERVE their beauty.
In other words, it’s
up to you to give them
such care that they will
remain healthy and
thus retain their beau
Correct lenses, prop
erly mounted in suit
able frames and PROP
ERLY ADJUSTED is
the answer. All of
which this establish
ment is equipped to
D. J. Scholl
Factory on Premises
Cottage Grove, Ore.
i Tales of the Town
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Richmond are
on a motor trip to San Francisco
and other California cities.
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Christensen left
Saturday for a visit in Alton, Mo.
They expected to be gone three
weeks. They were accompanied by
their niece, Miss Nora Wiscrt.
Prescription Experts. Your Drug
gist Is More Than a Merchant. New
Era Drag Store.
Mr. aud Mrs. E. C. Shay returned
Friday from a motor trip to Port
land and up Columbia highway.
They were gone n week. Mr. Shay
remarked that the old town had
Mrs. E. C. Shay and daughter
Miss Muriel accompanied Mr. and
Mrs. Stacy Russell, of Eugene, and
Mrs. Russell’s sister, Mrs. George
Umar, of Wallace, Ida., Sunday on
a motor trip into Cow creek canyon.
Mr. and Mrs, Charles Miller, of
Salem, were week-end guests of Mr.
mid Mrs. C. A. Bartell.
A $20 Doll Free at The New Era
P. 8. Bukowsky has purchased of
L. L. Constance, of Eugene, the
brick building on Main street, the
first floor of which is now occu
pied by Mr. Bukowsky with a bar
ber shop and the second floor by
offices and apartments. The deal
was made through the Galloway
For Christmas ’23 Give Photo
graphs. Your friends can buy any
thing you can give them except your
photograph. Monroe Studio.
E. C. Spray and Joe Young Jr.
attended a radio meeting in Eugene
Word has been received from Miss
Esther Silsby, who has been visit
ing for several months with her
sister, Mrs. G. G. Kerr, of Wedder-
burn, that Mrs. Kerr’s condition is
sueh that she may remain with her
throughout tho winter.
Spirella, the corset that gives you
style, comfort and durability. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Mrs. E. C.
Shay, resident corsetiere, 305 Sixth
street, phone 137-R.
Ralph Hand returned yesterday
from Oregon City, where ho had
T. C. Allen and family motored
to the Cascade locks Saturday and
spent the week end at tho home of
Mr. Allen’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Allen. Mr. Allen’s mother ac-
companied them home for a week’s
Sanford for Signs.
grown so much during his short for chinas and quail. W. L.
The Mothers ’ club will have a
absence that ho hardly recognized it. Darby A Co. have the guns and
regular meeting at the rest room
J. D. Million, former resident, ammunition that get them.
tomorrow. All members are urged
was up from Salem Friday and Sat
to be present.
Woodson Brothers have installed
W. L. Darby & Co. have just
a new Burroughs automatic book
received a shipment of the
famous Lang ranges.
Prescription Experts. Your Drug
gist Is More Than a Merchant. New
Elbert Bede and Elbert Smith at
Era Drug Store.
tended a meeting of Franklin print
ers’ club held in Oregon City Sat
Mrs. C. E. Dunn and little daugh
ter wont to Portland Weunesday for
a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Horton and
daughter Darlene arrived several
Mrs. C. M Bower went to Cor
Two and three-room apart vallis Wednesday to visit her sis
dnys ago for a visit at the home of
MrB. Horton’s sister, Mrs. H. E.
ments with bath, hot and ter, Mrs. Nellie Getchel.
Carter, and may make their home
cold water, steam heat, elec
Motor overhauling and valve
tric ranges and lights. You grinding given special attention.
Used cars at Nelson’s Service
should see these. Inquire of
Station: 1917 Dodge, in fine condi
A. Bockemeyer, of
tion, $350; 1919 Grant, just over
Mont., has bought a lot on Sixth
hauled, $275; 1918 Studebakor four,
street upon which he will have a
$175; 1918 Maxwell, $160; 1918
Kern’s for Drugs house erected soon.
Maxwell, $125; 1914 Ford touring,
Oliver Gilbertson returned Thurs-
$90. Reasonable terms on above cars.
day of last week from tho Bohemia
C. O. Willis returned several days
Glenn Vick, who was on a fur district to spend the winter here.
ago from a trip to Prineville. He
Do not figure the cheap tiro as a
reported finding a great country lough from the navy, visited last saving. Quality goods at fair prices
over there but indicated that he was week with his mother, Mrs. Sam will make your tire cost per mile
Newcomb. He left Friday for Van
better satisfied here.
couver to attend the prune festival, far less. Nelson’s Service Station
Stewart for good plumbing. after which he will return to 8a
~ n for good tires.
Mrs. James Robison received tho
Mrs. E. M. Oberg, of Minneap Diego for duty.
olis, Minn., who is visiting at the
Mrs. Grace VanBoskirk, of Eu- percolator given away in the Moun
home of her sister, Mrs. R. 8. Trask, gene, spent the week end at tho tain States Power company’s draw
has received word from her hus home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ing Friday.
band, who returned to the east H. R. Godard.
C. T. Powell, who is employed in
after accompanying Mrs. Oberg
Why take a chance on off brands Portland, spent several days this
here, that he has been transferred of tires when you can buy 1he best week with his family hero.
to Portland. Ho is connected with standard tires at reasonable prices!
Have you seen the $400 Ivory
nn Adventist publishing company Nelson’s Service Station,
bedroom suite? It is a beauty.
and will have charge of the business
John Wynne Merryman, who is W. L. Darby & Co. have it.
in several western states.
attending O. A. C., has been pledged
A Fisk tire for wet, slippery to Alpha Sigma Chi fraternity.
Mrs. Amy Tucker and daughter
roads West Side Garage.
Hope, who had been visiting at tho
home of Mr. Tucker’s sister, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Coffman, of
R. B. Hanna, returned Friday to
North Bend, former residents, were
their homo in Eugene.
visitors here during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Malcolm left
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lebow visited
Friday for Grants Pass.
in Portland over the week end.
Did You Get Your Tickets on Tho
H. A. Hagen was in Portland
Doll at The New Era Drug Storef
E. W. and Charles Fox have pur
Did You Get Your Tickets on The
chased the George Handy property.
Doll at The New Era Drug Store!
The deal was made by E. C. Lock-
Mrs. Susan Hubbard spent the
week end at Creswell at the home
Mr. and Mra. William Lynch, of
of her son, John Hubbard.
Lorane, were in the city ~
Mrs. Nancy Jacobs, of Portland, while we install new oven
They reported the roads as mushy,
visited during the week at the home
If you want a watch or jewelry,
and equipment made neces
of her sister, Mrs. F. L. Crenshaw.
sary by the tremendous de see Mendenhall.
The London school is crowded
Investigate the new fall hat mand for Faultless Bread
this year, there being 45 pupils in
frame«, trimmings and prices,
at the M & M Variety Store. and other Faultless products one room.
J. E. Young was in Eugene Satur
We sell for less.
day on business.
Mrs. W. H. Phillips left Saturday
Lena Burcham, who is attending
for Portland to visit her daughter,
the University of Oregon, spent the
Mrs. Tom Benson.
week end at her home on Bilk creek.
Harvey Robinson, who is attend
Miss Elsie 8arff, of Roseburg,
Investigate the new fall hat
ing the University of Oregon, ac who had been visiting at the home
frame», trimmings and prices,
companied by Thomas McKenzie, of
her uncle, C. J. Sarff, returned at the MAM Variety Store.
also a student there, spent the week home Thursday of last week.
C. J. KEM
The Cottage Grove
Closed from NOON
Open Monday Early
To Make Good Thingsto Eat
—you must have good
materials- -eggs, butter,
spices, flour, etc. They
will be if you trade at
this grocery. We guar
antee quality on every
New Crop Almonds
New Crop Dates
New Crop Bruii Nuts
New Crop Figs
New Crop Filberts
New Crop Beans
AT MUCH LOWER PRICES THAN LAST YEAR
THE STORE THAT APPRECIATES YOUR TRADE
We sell for less
Hughe» Studio—Kodak finiah- The Earl Harklerond family spent
ing one specialty. Enlargments. the week end in Portland at the
Mr. aad Mrs. Leslie Hawkins nnd
Mr. Hawkins’ mother, Mrs. F. W.
Hawkins, were in Eugene Wednes
day on business.
Flemming Henderer and John
Safley displayed Friday a large
timber wolf, which they had killed
at the head of Mosby creek the day
Prescription Experts. Your Drug-
;ist Is More Than a Merchant. New
Sra Drag Store.
J. D. Wirth, with his son Dor
ward and two brothers, H. E. Wirth,
of The Dalles, and G. M. Wirth, of
Scio, returned Sunday evening from
a week’s hunting trip with the full
limit of game. They report an
abundance of game in the wilds ot
Douglas eounty, about 30 miles from
I have several reel bargains in
eity property; also good farms,
snail or large. J. F. Spray, mitfe
Mrs. Minnie D. Nichols, of Coast
fork, received word Thursday of
Inst week of the death in a Port-
had hospital of her brother’s wife,
Mrs. T. A. Churchill, the revolt of
injuries sustained in an automobile
accident in Portland. Mr. and Mrs.
Churchill were on their way to their
home la Los Angeles by motor, af
ter a‘trip to Montana.
Mr. Krum has accepted ii position
in the Colorado agricultural college.
The T. W1. Harris family, of Eu
gene, spent Bunday at the N. W.
Farmers, get your recleaned oats
and vetch for seeding, also grans
med, at Sterling’s.
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Hemenway
and Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Willits
spent Sunday in Eugene at the
John Medley home. They found
Mrs. Medley greatly improved.
Harry Hart Jr. was fined $5 in
police court this week for cutting
the intersection at Sixth and Main
streets with a motor vehicle.
Sure! Mendenhall repairs watches
or.d doos it right.
Marion and Belinas Richmond.
Gordon White, Herbert Cochran,
Wendell Cochran, Joe Young Jr.
and A. E. Dorf enlisted in Com
pany “D” at the last meeting.
There are now- but four vacant
places in the company.
Mr. and Mrs. William Schniders,
of Chicago, Ill., were week-end
guests at the Harry Metcalf home.
Shingles, Extra Star A Star
SEWER PIPE, CEMENT,
LAND PLASTER, FIRE
PLASTER, FIRE CLAY,
W. L. Hubbell
See Nelson’s Service Station for
good usod cars. Sold on easy pay
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight King mo
tored to Sutherlin Sunday and visit
ed at tho Royal A bee no home.
G. B. Hansard is making improve
ments on his home on east Adams
Dorf ’g City Bakery—Bread
at 8c and 12c.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Nixon, of
Delight Valley, have gone to New
port to spend a month or more.
Leslie Godard has collected the
bounty on a bobcat.
Charles Berggren, A. Stocks and
J. W. Kirk were in Eugene Monday.
Any amount front 10 lbs. up,
7c the lb. f. o. b. Beck, Lane
county, cash with order. If
by parcels post add 5c for
first pound and lc pound
STARK & BERNARD
Beck, Lane County, Oregon
Save Our Trade Buttons
A CONTINENTAL CAST IRON
OR $40 IN CASH
It Pays to Trade With — ■
our box or sack
them over at
50c a box.
GROCERIES AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Cottage Grove, Oregon
tc the bedside of his wife, who un
derwent a serious operation Friday.
Mrs. Davis (formerly Miss Eva
Brockus) is reported as recovering.
A daughter was born Friday to
Mr. and Mrs. Harold McCargar.
Our shop is clean; our men are
competent. Give us a trial. Nelson
Mrs. J. H. Edwards arrived Tues
day from Corvallis to visit at the
home of her brother, Virgil White.
C. Terwilliger and family, from
Nampa, Ida., have located in Cot
Mrs. 8. J. Leonard was taken to
a Eugene hospital Tuesday for med-
Why pay rent when you can own
a home for the rent! See
105 Main street.
N. J. Nelson and A. M. Moore
motored to Marshfield Friday on
business. While there Mr. Nelson
located a used Studebakor ear which
had been tuken away by a pur
chaser giving tho name of J. W.
Davis, who had made n partial pay
ment. Mr. Nelson expects to se
cure the roturn of the car.
Ernest Kurr-i, a former resident
of this city, is now working for
the Marshall-Wells Co. at Portland.
Galloway for insurance, 511 Main.
George Penline, Mr. Brown nnd
Cotton Fairnian, who were known
known here because of having done
considerable roofing work here dur
ing tho summer, wore in an auto
accident recently near Chico, Calif.
Mr. Fairman, who was driving the
auto truck, was instantly killed. Mr.
Penline was seriously injurod, sus
taining a broken arm and bruises.
Blood poisoning has set in and he
is in a critical condition. Mr.
Brown was not seriously hurt.
Bacil Parker and family, of Dex
ter, motored over Sunday, taking
Mr. Parkor’s parents, Mr. mid Mrs.
C. M. Parker, to Yoncalla, where
they spent tho day with friends.
Mrs. Clarence Hess and daughter
Margaret, who had been visiting at
the home of Mrs. Hess’ mother, Mrs.
Barbara Hohl, returned to their
home in Roseburg Wednesday.
Ben Rinard left yesterday
Sacramento, Sun Francisco nnd
Angelos to visit relatives.
F. C. Coffman, who has been here
for a week will return to North
Bend today to move liis family here
and again miiko this city his home.
Card of Thanks,
I wish to thank the B. P. O.
the Masons and nil tho kind friends
that assisted me during the sickness
and death of my beloved wife. Tho
floral tributes wore especially ap
EDGAR A. WILLSON.
Sterling’s Feed Store
Rubber is getting so it is worth
almost as much as gold. With a lit-
tel stretching it probably would be
826 West Main
worth fully as much.
• • •
If the world would return to tho
Max Gardner. The men went on a old style fancy dross for mon,
hunting trip and Mrs. Coates visited church attendance might improve
Mrs. Amy Page. Mr. Coates, who considerably.
was sawyer at the J. H. Chambers
mill a number of years ago, is now
sawyer for a mill at Vancouver.
Daily motor freight between Cot
tage Grove and Eugene. City Trans
fer. Phone 99 or 124 J.
A new electric sign has been
hung this week on the Main street
frontage of Kern's for drags and
the old electric sign has been moved
to the Sixth street side of the
Mra. F. E. Mendenhall visited in
Harrisburg from Friday to Monday.
Galloway writes insurance.
C. E. Jones left Tuesday for
Roseburg to spend a month or more.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Holderman are
away on a motor trip that will take
them into California.
E. H. Wyant, formerly of Got
t age Grove, was killed Monday in
a Fath mill at Marshfield.
home of Mra. Hnrk Inroad’s mother,
Mrs. H. V. Broadhead.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Groom, of
Ute, la., who had been visiting nt
the home of Mr. Groom’s uncle,
James Groom, left Friday for
Marysville, Calif., to spend the win-
ter with other relatives.
Money to loan on city or farm
property. J. F. Spray.
Mrs. Mary Jacobs, of Portland,
who had been visiting at the homes
of her sisters, Mrs. Melissa Stennett
mid Mrs. F. L. Crenshaw, returned
Miss Alice Evans will spend the
week end in Portland at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mra. Walter
H. Evan i.
Prescription Experts. Your Drug
gist Li More Than a Merchant. New
Era Drug Store.
Superintendent O. W. Haye and
Coach F. L. Grannis, with several
high school boys, attended the foot
Storage. City Transfer,
ball game between the University
of Oregon and Pacific university
C. F. Thomas, of Dorena, went
ia Eugene Saturday.
to Salem Tuesday for medical
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Arne were treatment.
guests Sunday at the John Phil
D. E. Olson, of the Guaranty Oil
lips home in Drain.
company, has returned from an ex
We waah. Our wive« don't. tended eastern trip.
Woodson Brothers received a car
Cottage Grove Laundry.
Mr and Mrs F. B. PhiUips left load of Ford ears Monday.
Investigate the new fall hat
Did You Get Your Tickets on The
frame», trimming» and price», Sunday for Corvallis to visit at Doll at Ths New Era Drug Store!
the home of their daugh
at the M A M Variety Store. O. Krum. Mr. and Mrs. K 'ram leave J. H. Davis returned Tuesday
We sell for leas.
soon for Ft. Collins, Colo., where from Roseburg, where he was called
A $20 Doll Free at Tho Now Era
Mrs. E. T. Blakely was a Eu
gene visitor Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Nelson Jr. LACK OF STORAGE TANK
went to Portland yesterday for med
HOLDS UP OIL DRILLING
ical attention for their son Bobbie.
Mr. Nelson took down n Gray coupe
Commencement of oil drilling op
which he expected to exchange for erations at the summit of Mount
a touring car.
David now only awaits the arrival
Kodak finishing, enlarging, of a fuel storage tank. Tho Guar
Oil company, which is conduct
tinting, framing and an elegant
ing the operations, has experienced
line of art goods for holidays difficulty
in finding equipment but
at Graham's Picture Shop.
all difficulties have now been sur
Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Coates and son mounted except this one. All pre
Maxwell returned to Portland Wed liminary work at the site of tho
nesday, after a visit of several days proposed well will be completed
here. They were accompanied by within a few days.
Operations were brought to
standstill at the Eugene well
days ago when a drill was lost
LIMB OF FALLING TREE
PIERCES CITY WATER LINE
Cottage Grove was greatly incon
veniencod from Tuesday noon until
late Wednesday afternoon by an ac
cident to the east pipe line. A tree
fell over tho pipe line two or three
miles out of the city and n limb of
the tree pierced the pipe, passed
through it and imbedded itself two
feet deep under the pipe. The west
side system proved inadequate for
the demands, despite the fact that
there was a reserve of 385,000 gal
Ions when the west side reservoir
was turned in. Tho Western Lumber
& Export company had to cease
operations nt ite mill beenuso of
lack of water for its boilers and
Wednesday afternoon the schools
closed because of lack of sufficient
water for the heating plant. The
work of repairing the line was
completed at 2 o’clock Wednesday
afternoon but it was two hours
later that the water from the Ru
jada watershed was again reaching
Glen Hogate Sustains Injury.
Glen Hogato sustained a badly
mushed ankle Friday at tho Willis
sawmill, where he had been logging.
His anklo was caught between a
tree and a knot on a log. If tho
knot had been of solid wood, in
stead of rotten ns it was, the in-
jury would have been more serious.
Tho ankle is improving but Mr. Ho
gate is still compelled to use
Allen Glad to Get Back.
Judson 8. Allen has returned from
a visit, in his old home town of
Sylva, N. C. Ho reported finding
Hoven who were residents there when
he sought greener fields. He was
gone seven weeks, had a good time
and returned entirely satisfied with
Oregon. Mr. Allen also visited in
Georgia, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Special meeting Saturday,
October 20; work in M. M.
Wednesday, October 24; dinner at
6:30 and work in M. M. degree.
HERBERT W. LOMBARD,
WHEN YOU EMPLOY US
S. P. Watch Inspector
Orange and Black