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COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL. THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1924
fe 475 DEPARTMENT STORES
Our Manager b In
Quest of New Goods
Pure Thread Silk Hose
. ■' Our Manager is away in
qne*t of new goods. It’s
his twice-a-year iob. He is
gumming the things our
New York buyers have
.He will select and buy
only such goods as
knows the people of
community need. In
he is qualified for he
Jiven much thought to the
very. Much of it for late
u m m e r delivery. And
rge quantities will be for
Our preparedness must
complete at all times.
One of the best Hosiery
values to be found any-
where! Lustrous silk,
fashioned to fit the ankle
neatly, with reinforced
heel and toe and lisle gar
ter top. Our price, only
At Worth While Savings
Made for Hard Wear
Medium Weight Drew
Hase, 2 pair for......... 25«
Heavy Weight Fibre
Plated Ho»e< mercer
ized heel, toe and top.
Thread Silk Hose, good
heel and toe. Pr........ 49c
Pare Thread Silk How,
Strong, durable Hose
which will stand the hard
wear boys will give them.
Good quality. Black, white
and brown. Pair,
Boy»’ Heavy Ribbod
Cotton Hose, double
heel and toe, black
aad brown. Pr........... 25c
Bor»’ Hoary Stocking»
of very fine yarn, made
with a shaped ankle
and an extra heavy
leg. Pr.......................... 49c
Ribbed top. Black and col
R m * MI sm *
Good quality. Black, white
aad brown. Pair,
Medium weight. Black, white
and colon. Pai'
t’s the biggest reason for using
Southern Pacific Local Service
Business men use
Southern Pacific ser
vice for short trips as
well as for long ones.
It costs so much less
than any other form of
Compare it yourself
with other ways to go.
You’ll find that a ticket
over the Southern Paci
fic costs from one half
to one tenth what
other kinds of trans
And yet Southern Paci
fic service la the most
dependable of all. Ira
fast and comfortable,
In other words, it’s
Southern Pacific Ser
vice and that means
much to those who
have traveled widely.
Take advantage of this
saving. Stopover al
lowed on fifteen - day
round trip tickets.
That’s a new feature
for your convenience.
WHAT HARLOW WOULD HAVE has made eleven trips from Ken
tucky to Oregon.
Miss Lillie Ewing, a telephone
(Concluded from preceding.pagej. operator in Portland, spent a short
vacation with her parents, Mr. and
out of Eugene and far from the Mrs. William Ewing.
madding crowd upou the last day
Word, has been received by rela
that the Nease contract could have tives here that Li.sher Geer is quite
been arranged for in the budget. , ill with smallpox at the home of
He might explain the early morning .his daughter, Mrs. William Lively,
telephone eall at the Roney home in Chehalis. Wash., and that Levi
upon that day, followed by a race Geer is ill with bronchial pneumo
down the highway from the north nia in a Tacoma hospital.
by an automobile in which Mr.
The singing practice was held
Nease was a passenger, with the re Friday evening at the J. E. Banton
sult that barely in the nick of time home. The next meeting will be
Mr. Roney was taken from a South held May 2 at the Howard Cox
ern Pacific train bound for Flor home.
cnee. Doesn’t this suggest that Mr.
Miss Gladys Smith spent the week
Roney saw the rottenness in the end at her home in Goshen.
Nease contract and was taking a
The house occupied by Mr. and
subtle method of saving the county Mrs. William Thorn burned Friday.
a bunch of moneyi
They were able to get everything
Mr. Horton is very liberal with out as a crew of men was working
taxes ou timber lands. I challenge nearby and came to their assist
him to make a statement showing ance
exactly what he would be willing to
Mrs. R. E. Foreman, who hud
take for his other property, personal been visiting for two months in
and real, and follow that with a Salem. O tb .. and Yacolt, Wash., re
statement of the county assessment turned home Friday evening.
of such pro;>erty. If Mr. Horten
Miss Emma Jones, of Black Butte,
will do this he probably will show is here visiting with relatives and
the assessor that his property is friends.
assessed at about 20 per cent and
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver WillB, Mr.
he will perform a patriotic duty by and Mrs. Vern Shortridge. Mrs.
showing that the timber is not the Clarence Shortridge and Mra. Murry
only property paying upon a small Newton and baby spent Friday at
the W. T. Jones home.
Speaking of property escaping tax
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Roberts mid
ation, Commissioner Sharp should Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jones were
be able to give some valuable in dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pru
formation for the assessor. He tes ett Sunday.
tified that a small strip taken off
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pitcher, of
of 40 acres was worth $3000, while Disston, visited Sunday at the P.
the whole parcel was assessed at A. Briggs and B. A. Pruett homes.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Powell and
Where there is so much smoke family and Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
thore must be some fire.
Powell and children spent Sunday
at Charles Powell's, Grandpa and
...----------- - ——
Grandma Powell accompanied their
son Robert home for a few days’
«.-------------------------- —------------------ <*> visit,
Mrs. T. B. Roberts, of Anlauf,
was sufficiently recovered from her
(Special to The Sentinel.)
recent operation to attend church
April 28.—Tom Richardson went here Bunday.
to Eugene Tuesday for medical
treatment. He is showing consider
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dodge and
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Miss Kathleen Smith, accompanied
April 28.—Miss Lena Burcham is
by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Allen, of at home convalescing from an op
Cottage Grove, attended the theater eration.
in Eugene Saturday night.
The I. N. Dresser and E. T. Hart
Mrs. 8. P. Bhortridge worked in ley families accompanied the D. A.
the cannery in the Grove one day Estes family on a motor trip to
Sutherlin Saturday. Mrs. R. 8. J.
Charlie Trent, of the Grove, has Hamilton, a joacher in the acade
purchased the small tract across my, and Miss Ix«ota Estes, a senior
from the Frank Hockett place from in the academy, accompanied the
Mrs. Worth Harvey and intends Estes family home.
building on it at some future date.
Otto Burcham, who is attending
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frost, of Blue O. A. C., spent the week end with
Mountain, visited Friday evening his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Shade
with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fisher.
Pastor and Mrs. Clevenger, of
Mr. Pesterfield and two daughters
Cottage Grove, were dinner guests and son-in-law, Mr. —
of Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Ponsford Eugene, were among those who at
tended the church achool picnic
Mrs. Frank Hockett and daughter Sunday.
Gladys mid son Merle spent Satur
Mrs. Dresser and Mrs. E. T. Hart
day with Mrs. Hockett’s parents, ley and son, of Lynx Hollow, at
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Yancey.
tended the picnic and closing exer
Miss Kathleen Smith visited over cises at the school Sunday.
the week end with her parents, Mr.
Mrs. C. W. Dwyre and Mrs.
and Mrs. Oscar Smith, near Divide. Sprague, of Cottago Grove, were in
Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Perini visit the neighborhood Sundny.
ed with relatives at Anlauf Sunday.
Mrs. M. F. Babcock went to Cot-
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dodge mo tage Grove Friday to spend a few
tored to Elkhead Sunday.
days at the R. S. Trask home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fisher visit
Mr. Marshall, of Sutherlin, father
ed Mr. Fisher’s mother. Mrs. Sarah of Joe Marshall, who has been
Fisher, near Alvadoro Sunday.
teaching here, attended the closing
exercises of the school Sunday eve-
Miss Mueva Fowler returned
(Special to The Sentinel.)
home Friday to attend the closing
April 28.—Mrs. Chestnut
exorciseB of the achool. Mina Fowler
daughter Edith vere in Eugene Sat wns accompanied by Minses Hester
Ritchey and Leola Castle.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schneider went
Prof. R. 8. J. Hamilton came up
to Walker Sunday.
from Sutherlin on his motorcycle
Mrs. W. D. Heath and non Addi- Sunday and visited at the D. A.
son and Miss Bernadine Schneider Estes home. Mrs. Hamilton nccom
visited with Mrs. L. R. Long Sun- panied hint home.
Miss Maeva Fowler and friends
Mr. and Mrs. Horney, of Eugene, rotumed to Sutherlin Monday.
visited with Mrs. Amanda Bears
Lois Layng visited at the Sears
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Mrs. Amanda Sears and Laura
April 29.—Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Riley visited with Mrs. Kate Sears,
Clark and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Huff
of Cottage Grove, Friday.
were in Eugene Tuesday.
Mr. and Mra. F. C. Führer and
(laughter Hazel were in Eugene last
Hazel had her tonsils
(Special to The Sentinel.)
April 28.—Mrs. George Bailes and removed.
G. M. Kimble received news last
Mrs. E. M. Brown visited Tuesday
Monday of the death of his grand
with Mm. Mary Massey.
Mis« Jennie Elmore, of Row father at Dinubia, Calif.
Mrs. L. A. IIumphrevH gave an
River, came over Wednesday eve
ning for a few days’ visit with her interesting lecture here Saturday
evening on baking.
sister, Mrs. John Sutherland.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Doolittle, of
Mr. and Mr«. Vern Shortridge
visited Thursday at the J. T. Small Creswell, spent last Wednesday with
Mrs. Doolittle’s sister. Mrs. J. Q. A.
J. E. Banton and son have pur- Young.
Several from here went to Lon
chased a new Fordson tractor.
Mrs. E. M. Brown, who is the don Saturday evening to attend a
house guest of Mr«. George Baile«, party at the Thorn home.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Kebdbeek
and J. J. Kebelbeck were in Eugene
I Neighborhood Newsi
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involving credits or in
vestments of money,
should be referred to
one’s bankers. They
usually know how to
advise to their custom
er’s advantage. We are
always glad to confer
with otfr patrons about
their business affairs,
and to give them the
benefit of our general
experience and finan
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLE
In the County Court of the State
of Oregon, for Lane County.
In the mattor of the estate of
Lizzie Saltzman, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned administrator of the
estate of Lizzie Saltzman, de-
ceased, has filed in the County
Court of the State of Oregon, his
final account as the administrator
of the said estate and that Tues
day, the 20th day of May, 1924, at
the hour of 11 o’clock a. m. of said
day has been fixed by said Court as
the time for the hearing and pass
ing upon said final account, and
objections thereto, if any, and for
the final settlement of said estate.
The first publication of this no
tice will be on the 17th day of
April, 1924, and the iast public»
tion on the 15th day of May, 1924.
Administrator of the estte of
a!7ml5 Lizzie Saltzman, deceased.
To Whom It May Concern:
Whereas, The State Game Com
mission of the State of Oregou is
desirous of protecting tho trout and
other fish inhabiting the waters of
the Coast Fork River and all tribu
taries thereof from the junction of
Little River to the source of the
Coast Fork River; Little River and
all tributaries thereof from its junc
tion with the Coast Fork River to
its source; and all tributaries of
tho Coast Fork River between its
junction with Little River to the
North Line of the City Limits of
the City of Cottage Grove; and also
all tributaries of Row River from
its junction with the Coast Fork
River to its source with the excep
tion of Sharps Creek and Mosby
Creek, all situated in the County of
Lane, State of Oregon.
Therefore, by authority of law-
vested in said State Game Commis
sion of the State of Oregon, under
Section 8, Chapter 66, Oregou Laws
of 1921, notice is hereby given that
all the above described streams and
parts thereof, are hereby closed to
fishing and angling for trout and
other fish from and aftor the 15th
day of April, 1924, to the 30th day
of November, 1924.
And it is and shall be unlawful
for any person whomsoever, to fish
or angle for, take or kill in any
manner any trout or other fish in
the above described waters. Any
person violating this order will be
prosecuted as by statute provided.
Dated at Portland. Oregon, this
14th day of April, 1924.
OREGON STATE GAME
’ N. FLEISCHNEll,
By J. W. MALONEY,
By BEN F. DORRIS,
By HAROLD H. CLIFFORD,
By R. W. PRICE,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has boon appointed by
the County Court of Lane County,
Oregon, Exeeutrix of tho estate of
Mary E. Allen, deceased, which or-
der bears date of the 11th day of
All persons having claims against
the estate of the said Mary E. Al
len, deceased, are hereby notified
and required to present the same
duly verified to the undersigned at
tho law office of Herbert W. Lom
bard in Cottago Grove, Oregon, on
or before six months from the day
of the first publication of this no
Dated and first published this
17th day of April, 1924.
SALLIE A. HILL,
Exeeutrix of the last will and testa
ment of Mary E. Allen, deceased.
HERBERT W. LOMBARD,
Attorney for executrix,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Wynne *s second addition to Cottage
Grove, Oregon; also beginning at
the northeast corner of lot number
1 in block number 1 in Wynne’s
second addition to Cottage Grove,
Lane County. Oregon, and running
south 208 feet; thence went 40
feet; thence north 208 feet; thence
east 40 feet to the place of begin
ning, all in and for said school dis
Tho vote to be by ballot upon
which shall be the words “Bonds—
Yes” and “Bonds—Ko’’; and the
voter shall place a cross (X) be-
tween the word “Bonds’’ and tho
word “Yes” or between the word
“ Bonds” and the word ‘‘No,7’
which indicates his choice.
The polls for the reception of bal
lots cast for or against the contrac
tion of said indebtedness will, on
said day and date and at the place
aforesaid, be opened at tho hour
of 2 o’clock p. m. and remain open
until the hour of 7 o’clock p. m.
of the same day, when the same
shall be closed.
By order of the district school
hoard of School District No. 45, of
Lane County, Oregon, made this
26th day of April, A. I). 1924.
H. J. HHINN,
Chairman, District School Board.
Attest: Worth Harvey,
h I s I.’»<■
1 >ist i iut Clerk.
The Path to
A practical business train
ing is an absolute ne
cessity if you are to meet
success in the future.
And the best place to get
it is at school.
And the best time to get
it is right now.
We are in session at all
times and every day is en-
Hundreds of young men
and women have complet
ed one of our courses and
are today making good.
Coming to Eugene
You aro offered the same
take advantage of it and
do it now!
Eugene Business College
ill internal medicine for the
past twelve years
A. E. Roberts
DOES NOT OPERATE
Will be at
City Transfer Co.
TUESDAY, MAY 13
J. A. Rhoads and C. Mulvihill
Superior service, reasonable
rates. Long distance hauling
a specialty. Dealers in flour,
fuel and explosives. Storage
and general transfer.
Office hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
ONE D AY
O N L Y
No Charge for Consultation !
Dr. Mellenthin is a regular
graduate in medicine and sur
gery anti is licensed by the
state of Oregon, He does not
operate for chronic appendi
citis, gall stones, ulcers of
stomach, tonsils or adenoids.
lie has to his credit wonder
ful results in diseases of the
stomach, liver, bowels, blood,
skin, nerves, heart, kidney,
bladder, bed wetting, catarrh,
weak lungs, rheumatism, sci
atica, leg ulcers and rectal ail
Below are the names of a
few of his many satisfied pa
tients in Oregon :
Mrs. J, W. Haynes, North
Powder, Ore., goitre.
Mrs. Alice Williams, Mal
heur, Ore., heart trouble and
high blood pressure.
Uno Sjoroos, Astoria, Ore.,
II. Deggeller, Silverton, Ore.,
ulcer of the stomach.
Mrs. Geo. A. Gillman, Co
quille, Ore., gall stones
Mrs. M. E. Garson, Silverton,
Ore., high blood pressure.
Mrs. J. M. Bowers, Toledo,
Ore., gall stones.
August. Erickson, Lakeside,
Ore., kidney trouble.
Remember above date, that
consultation on this trip is free
and that his treatment is dif
Married women nniHt he ac
companied by their husbands.
Address: 211 Bradbury Bldg.,
Los Angeles, Calif.
Cottage Grove-Eugene Freight
Office phone, 99; res., 189.J
DR. A. W. KIME
Specialist in Obstetrics
Will euro for confinements at his
home if desired. Special nurso if re
quirud. Phones: office, 34; res. 126J
H. W. TITUS, D. M. D.
Modern equipment. First National
Bank building. Hours, 9 to 12 uud
1 to 6. Evening* and Sundays by
appointment. Office phone, 10: res
idence phone, 184-J.
HERBERT W. LOMBARD
Attorney at I. >w
First National Hunk Building
Cottage Grove, Uro.
DR. C. E. FROST
Office in Lawson building
DR. W. M. HAMILTON
Chiropractic, Mechano Therapy,
Gynecology, Hydro Therapy, Electro-
Therapy. Office over Darby Hard
ware. Phono 116 J. Offico hour«: 9
to 12; 1 to 5; Sunday» by appoint
GA VEN O. DYOTT, M. D.
Physician and Burgoon
X ray work in all its brunches. Eve
nings by appointment.
Cottage Grove, Oregon
DB. W. E. EEBOW
Office Fifth aud Main. Hours, 8:3©
to 12 and 1 to 5:30. Evening» and
Sunday» by appointment, lenone»;
DR. H. A. HAGEN
Licensed Drugleaa Physician
Phono 30. Ostrander Building,
630ft Main St root, Cottage Grove
H. J. SHINN
Attornoy at I jiw and
Practices in all courts. Thirty years
perienea. Bader building, Cot-
Department of the Interior, U. 8.
Land Office at Roseburg. Oregon,
April 22, 1924.
Notice is hereby given that Er
nest B. Walker, of Landax, Oregon,
who on April 1, 1921, made Home
stead Entry, Serial No. 013801, for
the lota 3 and 4 of Section 5, Town
ship 20, 8., Range 1 E., Willamette
Meridian, has filed notice of in
tention to make final three year
MRS. G. B. PITCHIER
proof to establish claim to tho land
First Class Hemstitching
above described, before E. O. Im-
All work guaranteed. Mail orders
mel. U. 8. Commissioner, at his of
finished promptly. Fifth and Wash
fice at Eugene, Oregon, on the 26tli
aids digestion. ington, Cottage Grove, phone 135-L,
day of May, 1924.
It makes your
Claimant names as witnesses:
tood do yon more
Joe Clause, of Landax, Oregon; R.
good. Note how
L. Edwards, of Landax, Oregon; L.
G. Walker, of Landax, Oregon; It relieves that alutiy feeling
■ iter hearty eating.
Aunt—Can you explain wireless Stanley Gray, of Landax, Oregon.
HAMILL A. CANADAY,
telegraphy to me, Arthuri
Ship uh . Prompt returns, no
w e e I e n •
Arthur—Well, if you had a very a24my22_________________ Register.
comrniHHion, top prices. We
long dog, reaching from London to
Il’s the goody
SCHOOL DISTRICT BOND
will pay the producer the
Liverpool, and you trod on its tail
in London, it would bark in Liver
top prices for unlade eggs.
pool. That'» telegraphy. And wire
State of Oregon, County of Lane,
less is precisely the same, only
Reference: Peninsula Na
without the dog.—Passing Show.
School District No. 45, »».
Notice i» hereby given that at the
DERRIE PRODUCE CO.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
called to be held at the auditorium
68 N. Fourth St, Portland
Department of the Interior. Ü. 8
I<and Office nt Bosiburg. Oregon. School District No. 45. of Lane
County, Oregon, Thursday, the 22nd
April 8, 1924.
Notice in hereby given that Er day of May, A. D. 1924. between
nest Dunean, of Newberg. Oregon, the hour» of 2 o’clock p. m. and 7
who on June 5, 1922, made Home o’clock p. m., there will bo sub
stead Entry Serial No. 014454, for mitted to the legal voter* thereof
I R. W. Lancaster, Proprietor
tkc W)k of 8W% of Section 21, the question of contracting a bond
Township 21 8., Range 2 W . Wil- ed indebtedness in the num of
Inmette Meridian, has filed notice
Send your name and ’•«hire«» plainh
of intention to make final three per cent interest. for the purpose» written together with 5 cm Hi (and thu
Furniture moving. Piano
year proof to establish claim to the of construction of foar room unit slip) to Char iberlain Medicine Co, D«
a specialty. We are
land above denenbod. before the
M sines, Iowa, and receive in return i
also equipped to haul poles
Register and Receiver of the United ■truetion combined class room, audi trial
States Land Office at Roseburg, torium and gymnasium, all to be Cough Remedy for coughs, cold», croup
Oregon, on the 20th day of May, built upon the present high school broochial, ‘‘flu" and whooping coughu
ground«, more particularly described
and tickling thront: C'hnmberlain’» Hlom
Claimant name» as witnesses: as being on lots 14 and 15, laing ach and Li ver Tablets fur taomach trou
Ivan G. Morris, of Cottage Grove, and Landess addition, Cottage ble^ indigtelmn, gavsy p*ins that cr<>w<j
Oregon; George Morris, of Cattag.- Grove, Oregon; also lot 1 in block the heart, bilioomo»« an<l <oiiHtipstion
Grove, Oregon; Tom Patton, of Cot 2, in Wynne’s second addition to Chamberlain • Halve, nee ’'- ! in wverj
tage Grove, Oregon; Melvin Coyle, the City of Outrage Grove, Oregon; family for harn«, scnkle, w ».Mi, pilea
also lot 7 in block number 1 in and »kin affr<t nai thene valued familj
of Cottage Grove, Oregon.
Wynne's second addition to Cottage ■mdicinee for only 5 uenUi. l>uu l inim it
HAMIIJ. A. CANADAY,
Register. Grove, Oregon; also lot 2 in