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COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL. THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1924
Best quality merchandise and reasonable prices with
large selection and good service are the beckoning
calls for your trade at
NATURAL AND OTHERWISE
By T. T. Maxey
THE FIELD MUSEUM
Umphrey & Mackin’s
The exhibits at the World’s Fair,
Chicago, In 1893, offered an exception
al opportunity for the founding of a
museum as an everlasting memorial of
this great international affair and to
preserve Its endless antiquities. To
start and further this movement, Mar
shall Field, Chicago’s merchant prince,
donated $1,000,000, and the exhibits
desired were selected and placed on
display In the Art palace on the expo
When Mr. Field died in 1906 he left
A few dollars invested in some of these new sun
$4,000,000 additional for a building to
fast silk, fibre and silk and cotton net drapes
be erected on a permanent site, and
will add much to the attractiveness of any home.
another $4,000,000 to provide for Its
maintenance. The great, imposing,
Attractive window drapes add much to both the
spactous-halled palace of white Geor
exterior and interior of the home anti go tar to
gia marble—covering eleven acres of
ward making ‘‘better homes.”
ground, said to be the largest marble
50-inch sun-fast fibre silk curtain gauze in pongee,
building In the world, which now
tan and green and gold, priced yd................ ...$1.50
stands tn Grant park on the lake front
36-inch 12-mome weight pure floss silk pongee,
In Chicago, the Field Museum of Na
priced a yd.................................................... ;...... $1.00
tural History, Is the result.
36-inch domestic pongee drapes, heavy weight; col
Inside, the world. It might be said,
ors, copen blue, natural, old rose, priced a yd..... 90c
awaits your Inspection. One room
holds the exhibits which show the ad
36 to 50-inch fancy silk and silk and fibre silk
vances made by men of ancient times
drapes in a number of beautiful and exclusive pat
that led up to the present civilization;
terns, all sun-fast colors, priced a yd. $1.25 to $1.95
another displays Egyptian antiquities
36-inch fish nets, lace net and dotted scrim, priced
without end; a third, bronze and an
a yd.............................................................. 45c to $1.00
cient glassware from Rome. Another
section contains displays representing
the early races of North and Soath
America and the Pacific islands. A
highly Instructive exhibit Is that which
shows various birds, animals, fish and
Closing out a stock of cooking utensils and accessories at sharply reduced prices for
reptiles artistically grouped In their
quick clearance. Come to the store and select from these today.
natural habitats. One hall Is packed
with exhibits from China. The habit
Heavy tinned flour sifters..43c
65c genuine Ladd egg beaters,
of growth and structural makeup of
priced at each...................... 49c
size steel frying pan 29c'
many flowers and seeds Is shown In
Re-tinned nutmeg graters..... 8c
60c granite enameled large size
an extremely Interesting fashion. The
Enameled granite 8-quart tea
display of woods from various parts
milk pans, each.................... 49c
kettles, priced each............... 69c
of the world and the products made
English crucible steel butcher
from wood is extensive. Numerous
$1.00 half gallon granite enam
examples of meteorites and crystals,
eled coffee pots, each..........69c
measuring spoons, .
and models showing the workings of
Painted and covered 4-gallon
mines of many kinds, are shown. Eth
tin pails, at each................... 69c
nological and geological collections
Heavy weight black tin fire
from Africa, India, Japan and other
shovels, priced each............... 8c
(double), priced each......... 39c
far-away lands contain many curious
Wall style towel racks, three
able bottom, each.................29c
arms, each.............................. 10c
The entire world was searched and
All urn cordially invited to these everything which the authorities con
sidered as worthy appears to have
Handy Shopping Baskets
A Good Toilet Soap Value
Services will be held in the La been brought to this central headquar
6 Bars for 25c
tham school house in the forenoon ters for the public to view and study.
on Sundays for an extended length The carcass of a monstrous herbivor
Regularly sold at 65e.
Including 3 bars castilc
of time. Galan Jordan, of Eugene, ous dinosaur which roamed the earth
THE QUALITY STORE- cood service
Shown in a dozen attrac
soap and 3 bars Olo Paint
will have charge.
centuries ago 18 perhaps the oldest In
habitant; the skeleton of a monster
whale Is perhaps the largest single ex
Tax Money Is Turned Over.
The largest turnover of tax mon hibit; the smallest probably is the
ey this year was made Saturday, miniature seed of some wee plant; an
when" Sheriff Stiekels turned the Indian medicine wheel, found on a
ficient supply of water.
cording to information from the
sum of $102,487.49 over to County mountain top, surrounded with an air «S'-
Water Commissioner Pitcher re Oregon game and fish sonimission.
Treasurer Edna Ward. The amount of ceremony, perhaps of sacrifice, too.
ported that repairs to pipe line
It is pointed out that blackbirds,
was segregated as follows:
had greatly increased amount of because of their habit of feeding in
State and county............... $ 59,128.98 Its use conjectural, certainly Is a most
Special meeting May 19.
the vicinity of domestic stock, -'g/l
Remonstrance presented against the tying in of l’rayther creek turkey buzzards, which might fjpd
At any rate, the generosity and fore
School districts ................. 22,930.01
on the carcasses of stock which
Union high schools .........
1,148.20 sight of a wealthy public-spirited man tween Seventh and Southern Pacific
Fire Chief Mackin given author have died from tho disease, aro tho
Road districts ...................
4,128.24 has made It possible for future gen property. Remonstrance sustained.
most likely to be carriers of the
Port of Siuslaw ...............
2,158.48 erations to “see the world" in his
Mayor advised to dispense with painted.
germ, although it has been impossi
Forest fire patrol .............
411.71 home town—Chicago.
services of Traffic Officer Cornell.
ble to determine this to bo a fact.
((£), 1918, Western Newspaper Union.)
Recorder directed to invite A. A. dler’s ordinance and fixing schedule
It is considered impossible for
Total .............................. $102,487.49
Raffety, head of the state traffic of license fees.
migratory birds, and particularly
The cities of the county received
department, to meet with the city
Building permits issued as fol waterfowl, to carry the germ, al
the following sums: Cottage Grove,
council for the purpose of giving lows: To Mala Miller for reshing though certain species of waterfowl,
$1575.02; Eugene, $8870.15; Spring
advice as to best methods of regu ling dwelling at 1059 Madison; Jean such as wild geese, brant and cranes,
field, $1145.20; Creswell, $09.82;
lating motor traffic.
E. Long for reshingling of dwelling feed extensively in the infected
Coburg, $200.90; Junction City, NATURAL AND OTHERWISE
City police officials instructed to on east Adams avenue; E. A. Wil areas of southern California. These
$473.59; Florence, $247.13.
have bicycle riders comply with son for new roof on building on birds spend a large portion of their
By T. T. Maxey
time in the water and this, in addi
Viewers reported upon damago to
tion to the fact that fresh air and
property of Mrs. Sarah L. Harms BIRDS NOT TO BE FEARED
sunshine are vital enemies of the
THE AMERICAN SPHINX
by the proposed widening of Tenth
AS CARRIERS OF DISEASE disease germ, makes it practically
street, setting the damage as $75
impossible for those birds to become
Set high above the shimmering greater than the benefits. Recorder
An investigation by Walter P. spreaders of the disease, it is stated.
waters of the picturesque Rock river was instructed to make a tender of Taylor, biologist of the department
on the shoulder of a huge bluff near the money.
of agriculture, and Harold C. Bry
The best tempered men are not
R. H. Townsend, of Eugene, was ant, game expert of the California usually those with iron wills.
Oregon, Illinois, ninety-nine miles (by
• » *
rail) from Chicago, and looking out
They say, “A fool for luck.”
over a country that Is Indeed good to estimate of the cost of three pro respect to the possibility of birds
and wild animals being carriers of Anyway only a fool waits for luck.
look upon, is the solossul statue of the posed
Water committee given power to the hoof and mouth disease germ
Indian Chief, Blackhawk—the largest give the forest service location for discloses the fact that it has been
Bay it with printers’ ink.
concrete monument In America, if not dam on l’rayther creek and to pro so far impossible to cheek any spe-
The wantad is like a ship sent out
In all the world—the American Sphinx. ceed with whatever work is neces- fic instances where wild birds or into an unknown sea, and it brings
This statue Is the endearing tribute sar\^toj>rovride the citj^jrilJULJlili^
back its cargo to its sender.
of the sculptor, Lorado Taft, to the
American Indian. It depicts the fa
mous chief standing erect, with folded
arms, garbed In a long, flowing robe or
blanket, which folds gracefully about
the figure, gazing silently and tn fare
well attitude o'er the fertile valley
which the members of his tribe were
wont to roam.
The attention-inviting location and
pleasing proportions of this mute fig
ure lend to its bigness a nobleness of
By the scientific lubrication of the
poise that is In complete accord with
20% TO 25% MORE MILEAGE AND
the courage displayed tn the counte
upper cylinder walls and combustion
nance of this splendid warrior.
chamber, Lubricating Gasoline elimi
of machinery we
This American sphinx rises from a
nates the heat and steady drag on the
reduce friction; by the reduction of
huge concrete pedestal which rests
motor caused by friction.
friction we reduce the amount of pow
upon the solid rock of the river blnff
er necessary to propel machinery; by
and weighs something like 800 tons.
reducing the amount of power neces
In Itr construction approximately 400
By the lubrication of the upper cyl
barrels of cement and 4.000 pounds of
sary to propel machinery we can re
inder walls and combustion chamber, it
twisted reinforcing steel rods were
duce the amount of fuel necessary to
prevents the deposit of carbon, which
produce sufficient power, hence more
will not adhere to any oily surface.
The subject was so unique and the
mileage and power.
construction so unusual that peculiar
methods were of necessity called into
play. These methods and their appli
By the use of Lubricating Gasoline,
cations excited extraordinary atten
by actual tests that
the carbon is removed from the cylin
WATER WILL .NOT BOIL IN THE
ders, eliminating the sticking, burning
In order to Insnre the preservation
RADIATOR if you use Lubricating
and pitting of valves, excessive wear
of correct proportions a working
model six feet In height was made
This model was then enlarged seven
times. Then a mold was built over It.
Afterward the model Inside of the
Lubricating Gasoline is THE OXLY
of Lubricating Gaso
mold was dismantled and removed
system which provides lubrication for
you can make as
Then the mold was filled with con
the upper cylinder walls of a gasoline
160 pilons of LUBRI-
crete. Hnk granite dust or screenings
engine without producing carbon, foul
^•'SOl'lNE as you would
was mixed with the concrete. This
spark plugs, pitted valves ami faulty
make on 200 gallons of regular gaso-
proems gave to the finished figure a
granlte-llke appearance. Thia mass was
next allowed to set. After the setting
process had terminated, the m<4d was
rased and carried away and lo there
emerged and stood In all its glory an
W. J. w#^s. P th
Goodyear Service Station
everlasting memorial to the passing of
the Bed Man—the American Sphinx.
We invite you to look over the new things this week
0HE SENTINEL asks for
the salesbook business of
Cottage Grove and vicinity on
the basis of a quality equal to
that which can be secured any-
These New Curtain Drapes Make
for More Attractive Homes
where and a price that is as reasonable
as that which can be made by any
If it’s printing of any kind
see The Sentinel first
F I 1 IO
May Sale of Cooking Utensils and Kitchen Ware
1 he Sentinel 159J
Presbytorian Church—Rov. A. R.
Spearow, pastor. Sunday school at
10, Men’s Forum at 10, morning
hour at 11, junior Endeavotr at 3,
evening service at 7:30.
at 7:30. Everybody is welcomo to
attend all of theso services.
• • •
Free Methodist church—Corner of
Monroe avenue and south Fifth
street—D. 8. Forrester, pastor, Sun
day school at 10, forenoon services
at 11, ovoning sorvico at 7:30.
Prayer meeting at 7:30 Thursday
Revival services nt this church
from May 20 to 25 inclusive, Bish
op D. S. Warner, evangelist. Sun
day school convention beginning at
10 o ’clock Mny 24.
Baptist Church—Tenth undi Adams,
E. R. Clevenger, minister. This
church stands for tho full gospel
message. A welcome is given to all
who come. Bible school at 10,
preaching at 11 and 7:30. Young
people's mooting at 6:30. Prayer
Christian Science Church—Corner
mooting Thursday evenings at 7:30. of Jefferson avenuo and Second
After tho prayer mooting the pastor street. Sunday services at 11 a. m.
•onducts a cluss in biblo si udy.
Wednesday services at 7:30 p. m.
Christian Church, the‘‘bome-like”
church A. J. Adams,
Sunday school at 9:45, »> jrmon and
communion at 11, Christ ian endea
vor at 0:30, evening stirv ice at 7:30.
• • •
Methodist Church—B ov. J. H.
Ebert, Pastor. Sunday school at
9:45, morning worship at 11, Ep-
Seventh Day Advontist Church-
West Main streot. Sorvicos every
Saturday. Sabbath school at 10,
church service at 11; prayer meet
ing Wednesday evenings at 7:30.
• • •
Tho church of Christ at London
will hold a series of meetings be
ginning May 25. John M. Bruce, of
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