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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 3, 1924)
COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL, THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1924
Among our assets we like to count the only one that mon
ey cannot buy—your good will. And so at this Holiday
Season we extend to you—not as a customer alone, but
as a friend—THE BEST OF WISHES FOR THE COM
ING YEAR. THAT THE NEW YEAR MAY BE
FILLED WITH CONTENTMENT, HAPPINESS AND
PROSPERITY ARE THE SEASON’S WISHES OF
The Bank of Cottage Grove
Why pay rent when you can own
Bert 14t ncast er *s car was badly
a home for the rent! See Spray, « damaged when hit Monday forenoon
105 Main, street.
tfc i by a truck driven by a Biwell boy.
A. M. Moore writes that their The accident happened near Wend-
I address is now 1464 Lake Shore , Uhg.
j avenue, Los Angeles. The Moores
The Charles VanCamp family, of
left here three weeks ago for the < Midfort, Sask., who had been visit
at the home of Mr. VanCamp’s
i California city.
Miss Gladys Taylor, who teaches sister, Mrs. Flora McGee, left Mon-
at Clyde, spent the holidays with her i I «lay for Los Angeles, where they
• uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Har- | i will visit at the home of a son of
Mr. and Mrs. VanCamp.
Mrs. Flora McGee, Clifford McGee
Rock Springs Wyoming coal. and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Van
City Transfer. Storage. o29tf Camp, the latter of Melfort, Sask.,
J. R. Hendricks has been ill since who were visiting at the McGee
home, motored last Thursday to
his return from a visit at Fossil.
Mrs. 8. A. Walkinshaw, after Portland, where they visited with
spending the holidays with her par- [ ; Mrs. McGee’s son Charles, who had
ents, Mr. and Mrs. 8. Chestnut, re I been qyite ill. They found him
turned to her home in Eugene Sat. • greatly improved.
Mrs. N. W. White was brought ,
home from the hospital Saturday j
and is recovering satisfactorily.
Farmers! List the things you j
have for sale on the bulletin board j We again have a supply of
at. Beidler’s Feed Store.
Thompson’s Best Flour. The
Free crankcase service at the
Namur Service Station (for
I can give you perfect eyesight merly Bradley's).
means my detail attention
to my customers.
I have the most scien
tific eye testing instru
ments in the optical field
My method of vision
examination is used and
endorsed by the highest
authorities in the profes
My work combines that
of the Optometrist and
grind and fit my own
The responsibility is
mine, the comfort and sat
isfaction are yours; my
glasses are right by the
most careful and exacting
test to which your eyes
can be put.
D. J. Scholl
Factory on Premises
Cottage Grove, Ore.
without glasses. Satisfaction guar
anteed or your money back. Dr. H.
Mrs. Viva Lindamood, of Agenda,
Kan., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.
E. Nixon, who has been receiving
medical treatment in an Omaha hos
pital, is reported as somewhat im
Mrs. Nannie Walker, of New
Orleans, is making an indefinite
visit at the home of her sister, Mrs.
J. T. Short.
Rubber stamps. The Sentinel.
Ivan Warner attended a meeting
of the managers of the Gray’s cash
and carry stores held Thursday eve
ning last in Eugene.
A daughter was born December
22 to Mr. and Mrs. John Teeters,
Evelyn Smith, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Elbert Smith, is recover
ing from an attack of measles.
I have several real bargains in
city property; also good farms,
small or large. J. F. Spray.
Charles Roner was ill the latter
part of last week and Harold Whit
lock took his place on the city mail
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. McDonald, of
Myrtle Point, who bad been visit,
ing here and at Eugene, returned
preached Sunday in the Christian
church, of which he was pastor sev
eral years ago.
Dry Cleaning. C. G. Laundrj'
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Godard, of
Portland, spent the holidays at the
home of Mr, Godard's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. R. Godard.
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Wilson, of
Florence; Mrs. G. Taylor, of Idaho,
and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Weaver, of
Aberdeen, S. D., were guests last
week of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Perkins
Jr. All are prospective settlers.
The R. S. Trask family have
moved into the Lewis residence nt
the corner of Fifth and Washington
end Mr. and Mrs. Terry Moody have
moved into the Trask house.
Mylon Haight, of Delight Valley,
has accented a position in the First
Mrs. Lucetta Thomas, of Port-
land, visited here during the past
Mrs. Roy Romaine and daughter
Betty May, of Portland, are visit
ing for two weeks at the home of
Mrs. Romaine’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Kime. They came up
with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Garoutte
upon their return Friday from
spending Christmas in Portland.
soft wheat flour that is sure
to satisfy. Price $1.50 a sack
and it is sold on a money
back guarantee. Order a
sack when you need flour.
Sterling Feed Company
Mrs. G. W. Cruson, of Lebanon,
who had been visiting during last
week at the home of her son, C. C.
Cruson, returned Sunday to her
home accompanied by her son
Frank, who spent New Year’s day
M. M. Thornton has been taken
to a hospital in Eugene. His par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thornton,
who have been here with their son, I»
returned Monday to their home in
Metal trade checks. The Portland.
Mrs. Joseph Lisher, of Portlaud,
A 7-pound daughter has been born who had been visiting at the C. M.
to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Buzzard, of Parker home, returned Monday to
An 8-pound son has been born to
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hanna.
Miss Elizabeth Invine, of Albany,
returned home Monday, after a visi
of several days at the home of her
nephew, R. L. Stewart.
Money to loan on city or farm
property. J. F. Spray.
Miss Irma Randall, who htul been
home to spend Christmas with her
3 FOR 20c
parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Ran-
dull, returned Sunday to McMinn-
ville, where she is teaching.
Miss Lulu Cole, who hail been
3 FOR 35c
visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Spriggs,
with whom she formerly made her
SPECIAL ON CAKES
home, returned to Roseburg Satur
Angel food cakes and layer
BREAD GOING DOWN
Small Loaves, 7c
Large Loaves, 12c
Stewart for good plumbing.
cakes, 5c below usual prices.
STATE FARM PROGRAM
FOR OREGON OUTLINED
F Tales of the Town
Sure it is cold, but
we will start your car.
Study the Markets: Increase
Your Dairy Herds, Is Advice
of O. A O. Extension Head |
A state-wide agricultural program
was outlined by Paul V. Maris, di
rector of extension work at the Ore
gon Agricultural college, at the
meeting of the state farmers union
held iu Eugene last week. Mr.
Maris pointed out that a period of
depression has always followed
times of low purchasing power of
farmers. He urged that farmers
study the market situation and
grow crops that could be most effi
ciently marketed. He gave the dairy
industry as tho most promising in
Oregon and also showed that there
was need for intensifying fanning,
improving methods aud increasing
land area by improvement.
Wheat, beef, wool, dairy and poul
try products wore given as products
with unlimited established markets.
The man who seems so ready and
Gradual increaso was recominende«!
Whether Christian Science or not,
for small fruits, nuts and vegetables. competent to tell you how to raise the thoughts you think absolutely
Pork should beproduced for state a garden is, likely ns not, staying guide your moral conduct.
consumption only, because of the away until his wife gets the weeds
pulled in his.
high freight rate in effect.
The ideal hubby seldom marries
A program for the entire nation,
If we would only do today what the ideal wife—because there are
as well as the several states, was a
vital need at present, was the belief we plan to do tomorrow, we would
of Mr. Maris. An understanding of
the marketing conditions, of co ing it tomorrow.• « •
WE TACKLE A ¿J OB OF
operative action must come, and this
The girl who thinks getting mar
would save the American farmer
from relinquishing his farm to one ried would solve all ills has made
of a lower class and with lower a goor diagnosis—but there’s no use
standards of living. “The Anglo- telling her so; she wouldn’t believe
Saxon must stay on the farm,” he you and she will learn her mistake
said, t’for they are the most intel anyway.
ligent class of people in America
It shows lack of appreciation on
and wo need intelligence behind our
the part of men to twit the women
agricultural projects. ’ ’
The program for the state was about not being al’s to throw
divided into six major sections, as straight. If they could hit the mark
overy time, many of us would be
Group I. Staple products for going around with
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which there is a relatively unlim
Some folks have the idea that
ited established market:
1, wheat; 2, beef; 3, wool and they could have a good time doing
mutton; 4, butter, cheese condensed a lot of naughty things that they
milk; 5, poultry and eggs.
Group II. Products to be increased
gradually as potential markots are
1, small fruits; 2, prunes; 3, ap
ples; 4, sweet cherries; 5, pears;
6, peaches and apricots; 7, walnuts
and filberts; 8, grapes; 9, potatoes;
10, broccoli; 11, vegetables.
Group III. Products which because
of freight differential should be
produced for state consumption
Group IV. Bulky products with
relatively low value per pound,
which cannot be shipped or moved
1, hay; 2, all green forage and
Group V. Products which should
be grown for home community con
sumption only, except on scale large
enough for commercial marketing:
1, all specialties for which there
is not a relatively unlimited estab
Group VI. Special products for
which there is au established mar
ket that will be materially affected
by Oregon’s probable output:
1, legume seed (alfalfa, red and
alsike clover); 2, rye, orchard and
tall oat grass seed; 3, barley; 4,
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Lake re
turned Wednesday of last week to
their home in Salem. Mr. Lake
bad motored up that day but Mrs.
John W. Robertson, Prop.
Lake had visited for six weeks at
the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Sales books. The Sentinel.
Brighton Leonard and Miss Mary
Willis Nowell left Monday for
Mr. and Mrs. Chet VanDenburg,
who had spent Christmas here, re Ellen Benson, who are teaching at Albany for a visit of n few days.
turned Thursday last to Yacolt, Wolf Creek, spent the holiday sea
Mrs. Jomes Redford, of Dorena,
son with relatives here.
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who recently underwent an oper
Buckeye Male Trio Tonight. ation, is able to be up and around
Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson,
Miss Katharine Mendenhall, who
W. R. 0. Quarterly Dinner.
of Portland, who had been visiting attended the first semester at Mon
The J. W. Shattueks, who have again.
The W. R. C. will hold its regular
at the home of Mrs. Robinson’s mouth normal, has received an offer traded their ranch east of the city
Misses Bertha and Hazel Stephens,
mother, Mrs. M. V. Phillips, re to teach the remainder of the year for a ranch at Talent, in Jackson who are attending Monmouth, spent meeting and quarterly dinner on
turned home yesterday
at Klamath Falls but has not de county, moved there last week. The the holidays nt home with their Saturday, January 12. All members
of the corps and post are invited to
Cad Ellis family, with whom the mother, Mrs. Edith Stephens.
Buckeye Male Trio Tonight. cided that she will accept.
attend the dinner and the same in
Shattueks traded, have moved onto
Ben Prince, who was stationed
vitation iB extended to any world
the Shittuck ranch.
Year’s day at the home of her war
for three years with the 35th in an nd every week.
veteran who may be in the
Mrs. John Maurer, of Seattle, who
fantry in Honolulu and who re
cently received his discharge, has had been visiting her daughter, Mr».
G. P. Coldren, returned home Thurs
n people acted in real lifo like
Mrs. J. V. Stewart was a visitor
Mrs. Kittie Grubbe visited at Sil day last.
they do in novels we would have to
Elmer Roy DesLarzes has been in Eugene Saturday.
verton during the past week.
revise the penal code.
Galloway for insurance, 511 Main. appointed administrator of the es
tate of his mother, Mary Alice Des
The best remedy for insomnia is
Stanley Hubbard, of Portland, Larzes, who left property in Lane
and Oscar Hubbard, of Eugene, sons county of the estimated value of
offers you a home that is to adopt a baby that squawks during
the night. A man will always be
of Mrs. Melvina Willis, who had $885 and in Minnesota of the esti
sleepy about the time the brat be
spent Christmas here, returned home mated value of $3740. T. C. Wheel
Mrs. James Finch, of Kirby, on
gins to tune up.
er, N. E. Glass and C. J. Kem were her way to Portland, visited over
The funeral of Mrs. Ella Thomp appointed appraisers.
Tuesday night with Mrs. Ida
A Brooklyn choir master says the
son, who died Christmas day, was
Buckeye Male Trio Tonight.
present day church music is pro
held Friday forenoon from the
ments with bath, hot and fane. There are other kinds that
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Hurst and
C. R. Mayburn arrived Saturday
chapel, J. E. Carlson officiating.
cold water, steam heat, elec
from Fairbanks, Alaska, to visit his two daughters, of Portland, spent
We wash. Our wives don’t. father, S. B. Mayburn, whom he New Year’s at the J. A. Wright tric ranges and lights. You result in a good • deal
Cottage Grove Laundry.
tfc had not seen for 35 years.
The man who divides his hair in
should nee these. Inquire of
the center is not always well bal-
A watch night party and dedica
J. E. Bantoil returned New Year’s
Mrs. M. A. Darland, who under
tion service were held New Year’s went a major operation at a Port day to Portland, where he has been
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eve in the new Free Methodist land hospital last week, is recover serving on the federal jury since
as willing to
church building. The services start ing.
early iu November.
Kern’s for Drugs praise a» they are half
to criticize this
ed at 7:30 and continued until mid
Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson, of
Galloway writes insurance.
would be a happy old world.
Mrs. Jennie Schlosser, matron of Portland, are visiting at the home
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The boys’ basketball team of the the rest room, is receiving medical of Mr. Robinson’s mother, Mrs. M.
The banquet habit is the making
high school will play at Springfield treatment in a Eugene hospital.
Friday of next week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Armes and The prospect of a long life together of the head and the ruination of
G. M. Blackwell, of Libby, Mont.,
Eight-hour battery recharg visited during the week at the home son Cecil, who had been visiting rel didn’t appeal to them.
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ing, vulcanizing, tires, gas, oils, of his cousin, Frank Kelly.
off until tomorrow
Francisco during the holidays, re
The man who ate 75 eggs on a the unploasant things that you feel
at Namur Service Station (for Mrs. L. G. Markham returned turned Monthly evening.
Saturday from Portland, where she
you ought to say today.
Mr. aud Mrs. George Eads and tiating a lay.
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Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Fullerton, who had been visiting her mother.
daughter Irene, of Medford, who
One advantage the duck season
Sanford for Signs
tf had been to Portland on a pleasure
spent Christmas at the home of
A gossip is a woman who repeats
their daughter, Mrs. Roy Leonard,
The J. B. Crenshaw family, of trip and were enroute to their home, the things her husband hears from has over the deer season is that
returned to their home in Marsh Grants Pass, spent the holidays spent New Year’s day at the home men who would be scandalized if there is practically no excuse for
shooting a man by mistake for a
with Mr. Crenshaw's grandmother, of Mr. Eads’ brother, E. E. Eads.
duck.—Oregonian. What if a man
C. F. Folsom, of Powell, Wyo., Mrs. Melvina Willis.
R. J. Gordon and family have
takes his little “duckie along’’ as
was a guest of Jack Hanson during
Mrs. Vernon Field and two chil
a hunting companionf Also, in that
the past week.
dren, of Roseburg, who had been ; Mr. Gordon is a Christian evange terated ¿ussedness in others is only case, a man might be shot for a
Mrs. W. 8. Shearer, of Oakridge, visiting Mrs. Field’s mother, Mrs.
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was a visitor over the week end at Rosa Currin, returned home Satur fornia, where he is to hold some
the home of Mrs. Ida Miller.
says no man
to get considerable satisfaction out
would fall head over heels in love
Mrs. Jennie Newbower and daugh
unless he were crazy. The prof must r
ter, Miss Verna and Miss Esther
The society woman complains that be getting in condition to go daffy
VanCamp, all of Medford, spent the
over some girl.
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holidays at the home of Miss Van rhe “really has nothing to wear”
Camp’s aunt, Mrs. Flora McGee. —and then dresses as if it were the
A Boston scientist claims that
They returned home yesterday.
electrical vibrations will compose
Mrs. Anna Hess and daughter
If a girl’s face is red just after the menu card of the future. The
Louise, of Roseburg, spent the holi «•merging from a tunnel you never table manners of some people will
«lays at the home of Mrs. Hess’ think to inquire of the young man be even more shocking than th« y
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Miller. beside
her if she ------_____
has been choki
They returned home Monday.
The man with polished manners
Marriage is not likely to be a always shows you his bright side.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K Hampson and
daughter June, of Salem, are visit success unless both [«arti es go in on
ing this week at th** hone of Mrs. an equal basis.
Some of the worst pessimists are
Sampson’s brother, W. E. Lebow.
those with plenty to keep them and
Woman was made to be _____ theirs all the rest of their natural
C. A. Bartell returned Sunday Deprive her of affection and loved.
evening from Portland, where he fades and droops like the pretty lives.
had been with his wife, who is in flower deprived of moisture.
The key to success won’t let you
into the house at 3 a. m.
Mrs. William Deere and baby
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The ordinary man dislikes to walk
Shirley, of Astoria, who had been down the" street wearing clothes «*>
Wc hear a great deal about fol
THE STORE THAT APPRECIATES YOUR TRADE
apparently new thnt they attract
parents, Mr and Mrs J. S. McKay, nttention, but a woman is not so lowing the beaten path, but all
progress is made by those who have
returned Monday to their home.
t finieky in thnt respect.
the nerve to make a new one.
and real service
A Real Sewing Machine
We are going to move several of the $75 New Home
Sewing Machines which we have on hand. 1» order to
do this we will, dining the month of January, sell them
These are the regular Light-Running New Home. They
are worth every cent of $75, but we are determined to
move them and cash purchasers during the month of
January will get for $55 a machine which others have
bought for $75 and which will again be $75 on Feb
ruary 1. That’s the whole story.
Complete House Furnishers
WE ARE TAKING INVENTORY TO
SEE WHAT WE HAVE LEFT
Watch for Special Prices
Is it canned seafood or meat for a hurry-
up meal, or a supply of canned vegetables
for emergencies, or canned goods of any
kind for any reason or any occasion, we
in our ad next week
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