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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (May 1, 1924)
(Special to The Sentinel.)
April 29.—Mr. «nd Mr«. Otto
Dobberstein, Mr. and Mrs. D. H.
Remple and two little daughters
Fay Alma and Leslie Fern and Mr.
and Mrs. A. B. Smith spent Satur
day in Eugene.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Beidler vis |
ited at the G. W. McFarland home
Mrs. Ashby and daughter Hazel 11
and Miss Camp visited Thursday ■ I
at the J. E. Meisner home.
Curtis Veateh and H. Frum, of , I
Halsey, visited Saturday and Bun 11
day u £ the N. L. Bolton home.
Pastor and Mrs. Adams were din- I
ner guest» at the D. H. Rempel!!
Mrs. Andrew’ Brand and son I
George and baby Grace visited at I
the C. A. McFarland home Sunday. |
Mrs. Ed Ashby and daughter Ha ■
zel visited Wednesday afternoon
with Mrs. C. A. McFarland.
Ice cream social at The Cedars|
school house May 3 for the benefit I
of the rest room.
Perla Dobberstein was absent
from high school Friday.
Read Hemenway was
first of the week.
Pupils of The Cedars school are
having final examinations.
Mrs. W. A. Hemenway spent the
week end here with home folks.
Alma Sears is staying in town
tor a few days at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. F. L. Grannis.
Matt Aldropp and Caroline Gran
i.is visited Sunday at the James
O. H. Heine visited Friday with
W. A. Hemenway.
Mrs. Bird I’ltri? visited with Mrs.
Mrs. W. A. Hemenway Saturday.
MAN OF 74 MADE YOUNG IN
3 WEEKS BY SIMPLE METHOD
Former Kansas Contractor
Telle of Wonderful Re-
ults From Testing
Thomns J. Glascock, 74,
known old-tiinc Kansas contractor,
declares he han virtually been made
young again by the recently dis
covered korex compound, which by
many users is pronounced superior
to * * gland treatments” as an in-
vigorator and revitalizer.
”1 feci like I did at 35, ’ ’ says
Mr. Glascock, * 'and seem to be get-
ting stronger every day. During my
three weeks’ use of the new dis
co very, pains and weaknesses of
many years standing disappeared
almost magically. Today I am as
vigorous and supple as I was in
the prime of life.
when I began using the compound,
my memory was virtually gone and
T was almost blind. Now my mind
is clear and active and J can read
the finest print without difficulty.”
In order to find out whether the
results were lasting, Mr. Glascock
waited six months before reporting
on his test of the discovery. On
this point he says:
” Every passing day strengthens
my conviction that my restoration
is not only complete but permanent.
I e:in’t express the happiness this
great discovery has brought to me.
It bus made me ‘voting’ again.”
Similar reports are being made
almost daily. For instance D. W.
Wood, of New Orleans, past GO
years of ago, says: "The compound
lias brought me back to as good
healthy physical condition as I
enjoyed at 35. I am apparently ns
supple ns at 25 and my eyesight is
better than for years. I would not
take $5000 for what the discovery
has done for me.”
The compound referred to by Mr.
Glascock and Mr. Wood is put up
in tablets for easy uro nt home by
(Special to The Sentinel.)
April 29.—Mrs. Jennie Greathouse
and son Lonaie Fogle, of Craw
fordsville, arrived Sunday for a
visit with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Benston and
daughter went to Eugene Saturday
•v-ning and visited until Sunday
evening at tho home of Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil Powell.
J. F. Adney and daughter Almi
came up from Curtin Saturday eve
ning and spent Sunday at home.
The school and community will
Thomas J. Glascock
have a weiner roast Tueaday eve
ning, weather permitting. Thursday
anyone. It has won the praiao of | being the last day of school, there
thousands who have suffered from [will be a picnic dinner at the school
nervous exhaustion, diminished or I house,
depleted vigor, neurasthenia, prema- I Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Cappious and
turn age and lack of animation and | their son Sain arc staying at the
vital force, Elderly people have I Lottie Kirkendall place. They will
pronounced it a "fountain of I occupy the house which George
Fogle will vacate the last of the
Prepared especially for acting we®k. The Cappious family resided
hero several years ago.
tors and blood vessels .. gratifying I Mrs. O. Knight is helping her
____ ", in a daughter. Miss Flossie Mathes, in
few days, according to thousands | h‘’r dressmaking shop in Cottage
who have used it. Enthusiastic re Grove this week.
ports from users acclaim the com- . A. 8. Cole was up from M areola
____ _ satisfaction
__ _______ | ""
’ ... He is preparing
pound as giving speedy
that have defied I to move his family to that place
in obstinate cases
all other treatments previously I 1 ho latter part of the week.
Realizing that thousands of en-
fcebled, half-alive folks may con-1
sider such news "too good to be I
(Special to The Sentinel.)
true,” the American distributors of
April 29.—A number from here
korex compound have arranged for | tended the dedication of tho new
bridge at Winchester
korex compound to be placed on I Booth
sale in Cottage Grove at Kern’s for I (’aV.
Drugs. Just ask for korex.
I *1° Permaz -i, of Wildwood,
to a Eugene hospital Mon-
C4n Invigorating Tonic in Tablet form
You Get This Special
Cylinder in the Washer
big fire at the Anderson &
Middleton logging camp is now un
der control. It had been raging for
Leonard Whitman returned Sun
day from a visit with relatives mid
friends in Dallas.
Miss Faye Jennings visited Sun
day nt the Wicks home.
Car Plates Must Be Clean.
The law requiring automobile
owners to keep their license plates
free from mud and dirt so that the
numbers may be read easily will be
enforced in Eugene hereafter, ac
cording to Police Judge Georg® A.
Several car owners have been
brought into court because the traf
fic officer was unable to read tho
numbers ou the plates but each was
excused with the admonition that
he would not be let off so easily
if caught again.—Eugene Register.
Tho worst things Mr. Daugherty
has done are the things he hnsn’t
done—Red Bluff (Calif.) News.
Ho. hum. Every day is ladies’
day in tho barber shops.—Detroit
K A W LEIGH GOOD HEALTH
product» for sale at 927 south
Sixth atroot. Duaue Crabtree. n~’ I pt I
____ in metal
design. No other cylinder is like it. No
other cylinder has such advantages.
The CONLON cylinder is all-aluminum—easy to
keep clean. Its iloor is ribbed to give it great strength
• and as no solder is used anywhere in its construction,
it is doubly strong.
Another point! The cover always stays on The CON
LON cylinder, for it is made over a cast aluminum
frame which is rigid. See this feature and the other
big CONLON features Indore you buy.
Your choice should be The CONLON, for only with
this washer can you get so many exclusive features
that mean your entire satisfaction.
h coats no more to get
The CONLON than
an ordinary washer.
$15 DOWN and the
balance in terms less
per month than it coats
>ou to get your washing
done. I here is no need
to have other than the
beat. Come in and aee
The CONLON today.
Mountain States Power Co
MY FRENCH DRAFT BTALLION,
Lucky, No. 32253, will stand at
Cottage Grove Saturdays. E. D.
Mills. W. R. Cochran, Mgr. a3jly3p
WE ARE BOOKING ORDERS FOR
Single Comb White Leghorn baby
chicks, Hollywood strain, for June
8 delivery, *10 por 100. Mrs. Waldo
Miller, Cottage Grovo, Ore., Diss
tou route, phone 1-F12.
COTTAGE GROVE AUTO WRECK
ing House. Parts for cars nt half
price. Trailers built to order. Used
cars bought and sold, long Build
ing. corner Tenth street and Wash
KGG8 FOR HATCHING, FROM 8.
C. Reds, from pedigreed stock,
250 to 280 eggs; the sotting, *1.50.
Mrs, J. H. Heard. Cottage Grove,
CUSTOM HATCHING—4 CENTS
por egg: can take limited number
Muy 5. Mammoth Pekin duck eggs
for wile Mrs. A. W. Cornutt. phone
35 F3. Saginaw, Orc.
FOR HALE -BALED HAY, WEAN
er pigs, milk cows. E. C. l.oek>
WANTED—OLD RAOS. MUST BE
In rao und clean. Th« Sentinel, e
IfflRFV C ompound
COTTAGE (GIOVE SENTINEL, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 192-4
Will Close May 14
AT 6 P. M
We thank our friends and customers who have taken advantage of our money-saving
sale prices. We have sold thousands of dollars’ worth of good, honest ifterchandise
the last ten days to the benefit of our customers.
The Store Is Still Full of Bargains
Every article reduced. Not a few items, but all. You save on every purchase. Buy
now while the assortment is still complete.
DRAPERY FABRICS (all 36 in.)
Our stock of shoes is practically com
plete. The regular prices were rock bot
tom. Our sale prices make every shoe in
our large stock a genuine bargain. Space
forbids quoting more than a few prices.
$6.00 women’s hiker shoes, 13-inch top,
brown moccasin tip, well finished; a solid,
durable shoe. Shoes no better regularly
sold at $7.50 to $8.50; sale price......... $4.60
$4.65 men’s Eskimo calf moccasin tip, a
good, reliable work shoe and one of the
easiest shoes; sale price.................... $3.54
$3.50 U. S. army last men’s tan krome
kalf blucher work shoe; sale price... $2.68
The best grade of draperies in Cot
tage Grove. All of Marshall Field & Co.’s
own manufacture. Our regular 25c grade
is equal in coloring and finish to most
fabrics sold at 30c to 35c.
INDIAN HEAD AND LINEN CLOTH
Indian Head, 36-in., sale price
Indian Head, 45-in., sale price
Indian Hean, 54-in., sale price.
Indian Head, 63-in., .saleprice
25c regular price, sale price... 19c and
30c regular price, sale price
40c regular price, sale price... 28c and
60c regular price, sale price
95c regular price, sale price.
$1.85 taffeta, 36-in., sale price...
65c taffeta, 28-in., sale price.....
$1.50 Flashing crepe, 36-in................ $1.16
$3.25 Beau Monde, 36-in., sale price $2.49
Ratine dress goods are the scarcest dress
goods in America and at the same time
the most fashionable and desirable. With
in the last few days we have received a
belated shipment of very beautiful pat
$1.10 ratines, sale price..
$1.25 ratines, sale price
fl.75 ratines, sale price..
at money-saving prices. The whole stock
35c Folgeris Shasta tea,
45c tree tea, V^-lb., sale price........... 35c
50c Fol ger’s Golden Gate tea, ^-lb., 38c
Borden’s milk, sale price.... ......
15c Red Ribbon hominy, sale price..... 12c
10c white beans, sale price
C. H. Burkholder
FOR SALE—8 WEEK OLD PIGS
Frank Slv place, near Creswell;
phone 30 F3, Cottage Grove, ml 15p
FOR BALE A GOOD HORSE, FOR BALE—6 WEEK OLD WHITE ' M. J. Depew. Ixirane, Ore.
works single or double—ride or
Leghorn broilers, 8t*e doren. H.
drive. Ralph Ijtncnster. near I-a L. Fowler, l^mi«1 route, phone
niture. garden implement«, eream
«.pamtor, ehlehrna Call Friday and
WANTED-MAN OR WOMAN TO
Bntunlav at residence of the late
represent an old line life insur
Thomns Taplia. east Madison ave
ance eompnny in Cottage Grove and
nue at earner of Sixteenth street.
The house and one aere of ground
but reference required. Address O.
for rent. AU under cultivation and
L. Bussell, box 52». Eugene.
mlp Transfer Company. Tacoma. Wash, p Sarden in.
FOR BALE LARGE SIZE FAMI WANTED—OLD COTTON OR
lv ice box. Will do for small
wool rage; must be large and
confectionery or reataurnnt. Call or clean. Woodson Bros. Garage. mltfe
phone Wyatt ’• store, Oteawsll, Ora- FOR BALE—A MILK GOAT AND
two ki la; *23 for the three. Mrs.
; FOR SALE—HOLLYWOOD AND
O, A. C. single comb White Leg
horn ebieka. to hatek May >7; *10
per hundred. K. C. Arne, phone
A Sentinel Wantad Will Sell It For You
HOWARD M. BROWNF.11
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATI FOB
DISTRICT ATTORNEY FOR LAN! COUNTY
at the pnmariea May 1«, 1924
Wil accord to all courteoua treatment, eonacientioua
service and equal protection under the law Fifteen
years of law practice. Will appreciate your .u^t