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COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL. THURSDAY. MAY 1. 1924
PROMOTIONS IN NATIONAL
OTHER ADVERTISERS ARE
GDARD UNIT ANNOUNCED
TO REMOVE ROAD SIGNS
All wool union suits, $6.50 value..
Wool blankets, $10 value, now
Wool blankets, $6.50 value, now
All men’s $7.50 shoes now
Men’s trousers, $8.00 value, now
Men’s trousers, $4,50 value, now
Men’s unionalls, $4.50 value, now
Heavy wool sweaters, $6 value, now
Children’s shoes, big values $1,65
72x90. 95c; 80x90. $1.10; 81x90. $1.50
$1.65; 90x99............. $1.75
35c, 40c, 50c, 69c
A. W. Swanson, Mgr,
Promotions in eotnpany D, 186th
The Standard Oil company of
infantry, local national guard unit, I California recently announced that
have been announced by Captain I it will no longer mar the beauty of
George A. Proctor Jr., company com I Pacific coast scenery with roadside
mander, as follows: Corporals Jack signs and it is now proceeding with
W. Beager, Harold A, Whitlock and I the task of destroying the signs it
Henry M. Hubbell promoted to ser I had already erected.
geants. John C. Bartels, William
The movement is not confined to
Skilling and Eston A. Porter ad I the Pacific coast. Mrs. W. L. I .aw-
vanced from first class privates to ton, of Glens Falls, N. Y., chair
corporals; Harry E. Quimby raised man of the National Committee for
from first class private to lance cor the Restriction of Outdoor Adver
poral, and the following have been tising, announces that a large group
designated as first class privates: of national advertisers have just
Dexter O. Huff, Ronald H. Huston, pledged themselves to remove signs
Homer C. Nelson, Ralph A. Welch, that “mar the scenic effects of
Joe B. Young, Marion Richmond American countrysides.’’
This group includes: Kirkman &
and Glenn Bennett.
Son, manufacturers of soap; Kelly-
Springfield Tire company, Pills
FAIR BOARD COMPLETES
DETAILS OF FALL EVENT bury Flour Mills company, Wash
burn-Crosby company, Champion
Department heads mid divisional Spark Plug company, Goodrich Rub
managers of the annual Lane coun ber company, Sun Oil company,
ty fair for this year were appointed Hood Rubber company, Ajax Rubber
and the program and list of pre company. Ward Baking company,
miums were completed at a meeting Dodge Brothers, Gulf Refining com
of the fair board held Friday af pany and the Fleischman Yeast
ternoon in Eugene. Approximately company. _
$6000 in prizes will be awarded this
Masonic Club House Goes Up.
University of Oregon, Eugene,
The track card for this year is to
19.— (Special.)—A $15,600
be one of the big features. A string April
of some of the best turf performers Masonic club house, provided for
in the northwest will be entered Masonic students at the University
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of Oregon by action of the grand
for the meet.
lodge of the state and the Eugene
lodge, is now under construction on
Oakland to Celebrate.
RED SEAL ZEPHYR GINGHAMS IN OVER SIXTY PATTERNS, THE YARD, 35c
site adjacent to the campus and
Oakland has completed plans for a will
be ready for occupation within
a monster Fourth of July celebra 90 days.
Each Pattern 32 Inches Wide
tion and representatives of that
The club house will be built in a
city were hero a few days ago en modified old English style, with the
Red Seal, book-fold, Zephyr ginghams are different from ordinary ginghams—you can see
deavoring to get the business inter walls constructed of a beautiful
and feel the difference when you compare with other ginghams at about the same price,
ests of this city to do away with a pressed brick of a light buff shade,
lied Seal Zephyrs are fast color to washing, the cloth is a fine close count texture. Red
celebration here this year nnd at while the gables will be finished in
Seal Zephyrs do not shrink as much as most ginghams. The colors and shades are bright
tend the one at Oakland. They paneled stucco.
were not successful in this effort,
and distinctive and many of the patterns are exclusively new.
however. Oakland is putting on a
racing program ia which prizes ag
Try Red Seal Zephyr Ginghams once and you will be glad to use them again. We
J. H. Moffett, of Junction City,
gregating $1200 will be distributed
sell Red Seal Zephyr Ginghams at a smaller margin of profit for the price than is neces
and Ralph Hand, Cottage Grove
sary with other ginghams and we arc glad to do so because of the extra good quali’.y,
wrestler, has been asked to be one nation for county commissioner, was
color and attractive pattern features which is made possible to give our customers
of the participants in a match with in the city a few days ago, being
New plaids, checks and solid colors to match or contrast. See them today.
some other of the best of the mat chaperoned by Thomas Nelson, edi
tor of the Junction City Times,
Mr. Moffett is a believer, he stated,
in building roads from the ground
Attend Purvance Funeral.
Those from out of the city who
were here Thursday last for the fu
MAY SALE OF WOMEN’S, MISSES’ AND
Attend League Convention.
neral of Currin Purvance were Mr.
A party of five, Pastor J. H.
and Mrs. B. McCuiuber, Mr. and
CHILDREN’S SHOES AND SLIPPERS
Mrs. Everett LeRoy and Paul Lo Ebert mid Gordon Wright, Kenneth
Roy, of Ulaska, Wash.; Mrs. Sarah
Women and Misses
Purvance, Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. members of the Epworth League of
values ..... $2.19
J. E. Dunton, Portland, and Ronald the Methodist ehurch, went to Ash
60c values ...
Beattie, Moaulouth. Mrs. Lucy Cur land last week end to attended the
$2.75 values..... $2.39
75c values ...
rin, who is visiting in Roseburg,
$2.85 $3.00 values,
was also here. Joseph Knotts, of tion for southern Oregon.
at ...................... $2.49
Grants P ush , former pastor here,
$2.50 values, a pair,
High School Entertainments.
$3.25 values ..... $2.79
who was to have conducted the ser
High school activities indicating
vice, was unable to be present ......
$3.50, $3.75 values,
J. H. Ebert, of the Methodist
I_ ___ —_ |,he approach of the close of the
$1.50 values ...$119
at ...................... $2 95
values, a pair.. $2.95
$4.00, $4.25 values,
I The senior play, “All of a Sudden
Peggy,’’ will be held tomorrow
values, a pair.. $3.95
Many Attend Bridge Dedication. I night.
$1.85, $1.95 values,
The girls’ glee club oper-
A large part of Cottage Grove 1 etta, "Mv Maid of the Bamboo
values, a pair.. $4.45
attended the dedicatory exercises of Screen,’’ will be given May 12.
$5.00 values..... $4.19
the Booth bridge Sunday at Win
values, a pair.. $5.75
$6, $6.50, $7 values,
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chester. Large delegations went
Scribbler—I want a fresh exprès*
values, a pair.. $6.25
from the commercial club and the
Lions club and many went who rep I .sion for the idea of the pot calling
resented neither organization. The ,, | the kettle black.
Smart—You might .say something
Cottage Grove windshield sticker
was prominent among those which, about the blotter calling the sponge
appeared upon the thousands of cars |0,1 ü <
May and J i io
parked ipon the hillside near the __________ IZZZZZZZZZZZTZ________
styles in But-
See Apron a.til
i.* " brida». Nearly all of flic dot
tage Grove participants took picnic)
Patterns n o v.
Sale on East
dinners with them and spent the | *
| Presbyterian Church—Bov. A. R.
Spearow, pastor. Sunday school at
Sting Causes Poisoning.
10, Men’s Forum at 10, morning
Mrs. Mary Cooper is recovering hour at 11, junior Endeavor at 3,
from a severe attack of blood poi evening service nt 7:30.
soiling resulting from a sting by a
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bug or some ground animal. A week I Baptist Church—Tenth and Adams,
ago Sunday she lay on the ground E. R. Clovenger, minister. This |
while out with a camping party church stands for the full gospel ll
nnd on arising probably placed her message. A welcome is givon to all |
bund on a centipede or some other "ho come. Bible school at io,
gtound animal. Hhe felt the sting preaching at 11 and 7:30. Young
and there was a drop of blood upon people’s meeting at 6:30. Prayer
We Bob, Curl and
her hand nt the isiint whore she meeting Thursday evenings at 7:30.
felt the sting but she thought she After tho prayer meeting tho pastor
had probably wounded it on a briar, eouduct» a class in bible study.
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It became serious and the poisoning ‘
Barber work in general ;
Christian Church, the ‘ ‘ home-like ’ ’
extended to the entire right arm.
special attention to children.
church—A. J. Adams, minister.
Sunday school at 9:45, sermon and
Mothers' Club Wants Ideas.
The Mothers ’ club has been put communion at 11, Christian endea 630 Main. P. 8. Bukowski, Prop.
to it ever since the rest room was vor at 6:30, evening service at 7:30.
established to devise ways mid
Methodist Church—Rev. J. H.
means for its public support. The
members do not feel that they have Ebert, Pastor. Sunday school at EIGHTH GRADE EXAMINATION.
any corner on ideas and they are 9:45, morning worship at 11, Ep
now asking that others make sug worth leaguo at 7, evening service I The uniform eighth grade exami
gestions that may bo of use along at 7:30. Everybody is welcome to nations will be given in school dis
tricts whero there are pupils who
this line. Suggestions should bo attend all of these
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havo complied with the legal re
sent to Mrs. W. L. Darby. It is
Free Methodist church—Corner of quirements and for whom applica
immaterial whether or not those
has been received for the quos
wishing to make suggestions give Monroe avenue and south Fifth tion
Thursday mid Friday, May
their mimes. The suggestions will street—D. 8. Forrester, pastor, Sun tions, on 1024.
be just ns welcome if sent un- day school at 10, forenoon service* 8 and 9,
E. J. MOORE,
at 11, eveaiug service at 7:30.
Prayer meeting st 7:30 Thursday a24mle
Democratic Candidates Visit.
Mr. mid Mrs. J. 8. Medley mid
Christian Science Church—Corner
Mr. mid Mrs. H. 11. Earlo were up
from Eugene Thursday last. Mr. of Jefferson avenue and Second
Medlev is a candidate for the demo street. Sunday services at 11 a. m.
erutic nomination for district attor Wedncs lay aervicea at 7:30 p. m.
ney mid Mr. Enrle for the demo
Seventh Day Adventist Church—
erotic nomination for sheriff. He
is also special inspector for the West Main street. 8ervicos every
prevention of the hoof and mouth Saturday, Sabbath school at 10,
disease mid was humorously insist church service at 11; prayer meet
ent upon informing The Sentinel ing Wednesday • evenings
that the trip was made in Mr. Mod
Services will be held in the La
tham school house in the forenoon
on Sundays for an extended length
Falls Down Mount David.
of time. Galan Jordan, of Eugene,
Ellon Town. 11 year old girl, sus will have charge.
tained a painful gash on her head
Sunday afternoon when she fell
down a steep grade on Mt. David NOTICE OF FILING REPORT
and struek her head on a sharp
WIDENING OF NORTH
rock. She and several other girls
» ere picking wild flowers nt the
time of the accident. Her compun
Notice is hereby given* that Har- j
ions were able to __
her to a i vejr Taylor, surveyor, acting as city
Come and get it» use it»
nearby house for first aid treat engineer, filed in the office of the I
clean it and return it at
city recorder, April 12, 1924, a re- |
port and a plat of the survey on I
cents the day—or 75
the proposed widening of north |
Lodges Observe Annivers.-u-y
The llMth anniversary of the Tenth street to a width of fifty I
cents the day if we de
I. O. O. F. and Rebekah order» was feet, which report states it “will!
liver it, pick it up and
i observed bv the local lodges Sun be necessary to include a strip of
day when they attended in a body land 25 feet in width and 329.5 feet ,
, the evening service at the Chris
'tian church. Mr. Adam*, the pas erty belonging to Sarah H. Harms.’* I
tor, is a past grand chaplain of the The Common Council at its regular
i Odd Fellows. He preached n special adjourned session. April 21, 1924, |
ordered an ordinance drawn adopt-1
I sermou for the occasion
ing said report, which ordinance
will bi- presented at the next regu J
Other» come here for printing. lar meeting. Mav 5. 1924.
You are nlready here. iSitroniae
Bv order of council.
the live wire print »hop for every
I thing in printing.
Every patron of The Sentinel is helping to
give Cottage Grove a newspaper which emi
nent authority has stated to be one of the
best country newspapers published anywhere
A HOST OF NEW GINGHAM PATTERNS
AT UMPHREY & MACKIN’S
May Sale Men’s
and Boys’ Shoes
“For seven years the people
have borne with uncom
plaining courage the tre
mendous burden of na
tional and local taxation.
These must both be re
Vote for Coolidge
Primaries May 16
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S. L. Godard
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S a y It With Printer’s Ink
o preserve the natural
beauties of the great
routes of travel of the
Pacific Coast, we have
removed all of these signs,
1200 in number, from the
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