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COTTAGE GROVE SENTINE!., THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1924
A Life-Long Habit
Gottfried Graber has purchased
the late Thomas Taplin property on
east Madison avenue.
Herbert W. Lombard attended a
meeting of Willamette valley at-
torneys Saturday evening at the
Osburn hotel in Eugene.
The American I.egion auxiliary
has shipped another bundle of cloth
ing to be distributed among the
families of disabled soldiers in Port
land. Sending of these bundles will
be continued and those wishing to
make contributions may leave them
with Mrs. L. R. Long at the ¡Service
Mrs. R. A. Medley and daughter,
Mrs. Horace Hatch, and sister in
law, Mrs. Partin, spent the week
end in Portland at the home of Mrs.
Medley's daughter, Mrs. C. H. Har
Homer Harvey, accompanied by
his children, Sylviu E. Halley and
Mr. and Mrs. Milburn Harvey, of
Medford, spent the week end here
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.
The Sherman Wilkins family vis
ited in Grants Pass last week at
the home of Mrs. Wilkins’ sister,
Mrs. Ben Crenshaw.
MANY FROM HERE PASS
EIGHTH GRADE EXAMS
Sure, I’m Healthy!
The following in Cottage Grove
and nearby school districts were
.successful in passing the eighth
District 45—Mary A. Allen, Ellis
Wanted—Two roomers, gen
Blackmore, Maude Blackmore, Da
tlemen, for pleasant convenient
vid Bosley, Orrin Braswell, Lois
Boss, Glen Breedlove, Joseph Bricher,
Remember, way back, when as a boy you were taught
furnished apartment. Mrs. R
Delbert Braun, George Brund, Flor
the art of saving your pennies, nickels and dimes? And
S. Trask, 48 south Fifth. m22c
ence Caldwell, Marguerite Carlile,
how much more proud you felt each day as your little
Mrs. 8. E. Markley went to Ash
Melvin Coffman, Clarice Coltrane,
toy bank grew heavier? Are you cultivating that habit
land Tuesday for an extended visit
Harold A. Cooley, Doroty Ellen
at the home of her sou, Paul Mark
Cooper, Neil O. Davidson, Claude
(). DeVere Jr., Huston Dunn, beta
Evelyip Finch, Donald Fredericks,
Mrs. D. W. McKinney has re
Come to us and we will show you the best use you
Ora Francis Fullmer, Lois F. God
ceived word that her grandson, Ed
can put your spare dollars to—opening a Savings Ac
gar Vaughn, of San Francisco, who
awl, Mabel M. Gordon, Lloyd Griggs,
count. By this time next year you will bo thankful for
John Higgenbotham, Wilson D. Hub
was recently located after being
this tip for with our 3 per cent interest added regularly
bell, Bill Handy, Clair Hogate,
missing for two years, has presented
Delta E. Hopper, Harold Hauser,
his mother, Mrs. B. F. Dusthimer,
you will see how by a little effort on your part and
Kenneth Huff, Edgar J. Hutchin
of Richmond, Calif., with a crystal
prompt and courteous service on oprs you have made a
son, Margaret J. Lane, Beulah Ma
radio set of his own manufacture.
real start on the road to success.
bie, William David McCargar,
Edgar is working in a candy fac
Georgia Eloise Mills, Nina A.
tory and is doing nicely.
Mitchell, Curl D. Monroe, Helen O. tions of timber that have boon as
I can give you perfect eyesight
Picking Gooseberry Crop.
Kelly Perini, Otto A. sessed at a very low' figure have
without glasses. Satisfaction guar THE SMALL INDUSTRIES
Saginaw, Ore., May 21.— (Spe
anteed. Dr. H. A. Hagen.
tfc OF COTTAGE GROVE ARE Pitcher, George Scheufele, Mary been found to contain millions of cial.)—Bartlett Johnston will start
Shelburne, Ramona Spriggs, Harold feet of timber and he referred to
A nine-pound son- was born Sat
picking his gooseberry crop Wed
Tonole, Donald Humphrey, Keith R.
Cottage Grove, Oregon
urday to Mr. and Mrs John McCall, EQUAL TO A SAWMILL Ward. Of 49 pupils only one was one section in particular which had nesday. He has several acres of
been given in as having no timber these and they are bearing heavily
Your support of them keeps conditioned.
on it but where there was found to this year. The crop is earlier than
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Garoutte and
in Cottage Grove a payroll
be 5,000,000 feet on one-half of it,
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Korn returned
Doggett, Lawrence McGuire, Thelma the other half having been logged usual and is the first crop to fully
Tommy Cox, small son of Mr. and Tuesday from Gardiner, where they equal to that of a sawmill.
Lucile Lebow, Verle R. Mosby, four off. Other sections which had been mature in this section.
Mrs. Tom C. Cox, underwent an
been visiting at the T. A. Rich Every nickel you spend for conditioned.
-------------------------------------- operation for appendicitis in a Eu had
assessed at a few cents per acre
Veatch Clan Reunion June 15.
Latham—Learnh Bailey, Verlon .show that they contain timber which
some article made outside of
Members of the Veatch clan from
See Nelson for used cars. He ¡jas Cottage Grove—that is made Powell, Naomi Wiser.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Corbeil, gene hospital Friday and is getting
will hereafter be assessed at a good far and wide will gather here on
Saginaw—Evelyn Benston, Virgil many dollars per acre.
who made their home for two along satisfactorily. His mother, them.
just as well in Cottage Grove
June 15 for their fourth annual re
months with Mr. and Mrs. D. W. is with him and his father w’as
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hargreaves, —is that much less support Kirkendall, Steve A. Benston.
Mr. Nease expressed the opinion union, which will be held at the
Silk Creek—Laura Mae Green.
McKinney on east Jefferson avenue, with them over the week end.
both former teachers in the local
Optical work—see Scholl.
tf high school, but now of Ontario,
Hebron—Claude Alfred Huff, Ca paratively few’ sections of timber usual place, the Veatch camp
for a large payroll.
have moved into property which
mille Schneider, Violet E. White, as a result of the cruise will amount grounds on Mosby creek. Notices
they recently purchased on south
An air compressor has been in- where Mr. Hargreaves is principal
of the reunion were mailed during
stalled at the shops of the Oregon of the high school, stopped here Fri
to more than the cost of tho work the past week.
spent for bread or bakery
Black Butte—Kenneth M. Caler.
day and visited briefly with friends.
Miss Melba Morris returned last Pacific & Eastern railway.
London—Cecil Geer, Claude Short
evening from a visit of several days
Mrs. Catharine Carter, of Port They were ~en route to Klamath products in Cottage
Yoncalla to Present Play Here.
land, visited during the week ut the Falls to visit w’ith Mrs. Har be spent for bread and bak ridge, Claude Abeene, Virginia Adu
Woman May Be Nominated.
The Yoncalla high school is plan
When you have motor trouble, .home of her daughter, Mrs. William greaves’ mother, Mrs. Roberts. They ery products made in Cot
Nettie Pennington, according to ning to present here on the eve
Lynx Hollow—Lloyd Gale Wol
plan to stop here on their return
phono 14. CARS CALLED for
unofficial compilation, has been ning of May 30 its class play,
tage Grove. We make this ford, four conditioned.
AND DELIVERED. West Side
Watches and jewelry for gradua trip.
appeal with the understand
Dorena—Opal Eunice Wagner, Er nominated as the democratic candi “Sunshine,” a three-act comedy
date for county school superinten drama. There will also be special
tion presents. See Mendenhall first.
Stewart for good plumbing. ing that you are to be the nest Stewart, four conditioned.
Mrs. R. C. Barfield and son Rob
Mrs. Herman Edwards took Miss
District 119—Sarah L. Riley. Alta dent by reason of her friends hav vaudeville nnd musical numbers.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Stroud and judge of whether what you
ort, who had been visiting at the Betty Jane Knox to Eugene Wed Mr. and Mrs. Paul Willoughby and
Fred Kelly, Darrell Garoutte, one ing written her name in on the The proceeds are for a playshed
ballot. She is a Eugene teacher.
W. A. Keene home, returned Sat nesday of last week to have her two sons, of Eugene, were guests of get is just as good as that conditioned.
E. J. Moore, republican incum
made elsewhere. If you are.
urday to their home in Salem.
adenoids and tonsils removed.
Divide—Irene Mostachetti, Carl
Mrs. Lucy Holland Sunday.
bent who ran unopposed on his own
Wan tads Reach to Iowa.
Miss Rita Kelly has returned
Miss Maxine Snodgrass, of Spring satsfied with our products— S. Tonole, Austin D. McReynolds,
received 6.1 democratic votes,
There, is no limit to the distance
from Eugene, where she had been field, spent the week end with her if you wish to do a part in Loren Miller, Edna Clarice Russell, ticket,
while his feminine opponent got that a Sentinel wantad will reach.
Allen, Dorothy Miller.
for two weeks taking medical treat grandmother, Mrs. Lucy Holland.
maintaining one of the small Thurman
C. E. Peters, who inserted an nd
District 128—Ethel M. Chestnut, 65, according to the report.
men?. She is greatly improved but
If you can’t see well, see Scholl.
It is said that Ben F. Keeney for a housekeeper, received a reply
industries which help to Johnnie W. King.
is still under the physician’s caro.
Mrs. R. A. Trask and son Mack
District 130—Earl C. Doane, had his name written in by so many from Iowa and the woman who an
make up the big payroll of
is acquired simply by having
There’s a splendid array of
Albany, many small industries in Coonie B. Doane, James C. Huff democrats as a candidate for asses swered nas been notified to come
your laundering and dry tasty salads, fine meats and returned
sor that he defeated C. E. Jordan, nnd take the job.
Donald Eugene Kraal.
sist upon getting Faultless man,
cleaning done at the Cottage tempting treats in desserts at Mrs. Trask’t
. and Mrs.
Lorane—Erma Pearl James, one of Pleasant Hill, whoso name was
also written in for this office.
Bread and Faultless Prod conditioned.
Grove laundry. If you have the Gray Goose Tea Room.
W. V. McGee,
Grades Hold Spelling Contest.
w’as convalescing from an operation. ucts.
The west side fifth grade won a
only one suit, our motor will
Mendell, Nothing definite will be known on
J. H. Kirk, of Dorena, was in
spelling contest Monday with tho
Mrs. H. H. Veatch returned to
Alice Clyde Wells.
call for it and deliver it Eugene Saturday.
Star—Ruth E. Owen, Loren L. ever, until after the close of the of east side fifth grade and the east
work Monday after an illness of
while you wait. We call for
Miss ; Daisy Johnson, who had re- several days with influenza.
side sixth grade won a similar con
Stewart. Fred Wanker, Mildred A.
and deliver work under oth signed her position at the Gray Our kodak finishing is superior.
test yesterday with the same grade
Smith, Ruth F. Cooper.
er circumstances also.
of the west side.
Delight Valley—Max L. Soars,
reason: wo are equipped to do
North Bend, where she is visiting Tho
tho work right—it’s our business. Sanders & Bennett, Props. Florence Blakely, Earl O. Buell,
time at the home of a
for a short
Finneis M Horn, Harold E. Buell. neer here but for a number of years
We can’t help thinking thero is a
sister and with Miss Dorothy The Picture Shop.
Those who were conditioned will a resident of Montpelier, Calif., died specially prepared place for parents
Bowles, formerly of this city. Miss
there Friday from cancer. The fu who lock their children in the house
Johnson, upon returning, will go to visited during the week at the home
Mrs. C. A. Beidler and Mrs. Omer 5 and 6 to take the examinations neral was held Monday in Oakland, while they go gallivanting around
of his sister, Mrs Roy Leonard.
Medford to be with her parents.
are in Oregon City attending the
Mr. and Mrs. Lynch Currin visit
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Calhan, of meeting of the Oregon
• • •
federation TEXAS CHAMPION ISSUES
Mr. Catheart was born in Orange
Try Nelson’s Service Station. It’s
ed during the week at the home of a home like place at which to stop. Yakima, Wash., are visiting at the of women’s clubs. They are dele-
The reason they call it laughing
Mrs. Currin's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
home of Mrs. Calhan’s parents, Mr. gates from the Tuesday Evening
lived in Douglas county before com gas is because the dentists think it
Mrs. S. E. McKinney returned and Mrs. Roy Castor.
O. P. Wills, at London. Mrs. Currin
Study club. Mrs. Moore, who is vis-
Ralph Hand’s reputation as a ing here in 1870 and was a resident is such a joke.
has recovered from a serious attack Friday from Springfield, where she
Give the wife a rest—bring iting at Molalla, joined Mrs. Beidler wrestler is becoming such that those here some 20 years. Mr. Cathcart is
had been at the home of her grand
in Oregon City Tuesday. Mrs. Beid looking for a chance to make a rep survived by a widow, who was Fan
daughter, Mrs. Bushnell.
family to the Gray Goose ler
Eighth Grade Examination.
nie Rouse, of London, nnd by two
For sale, a few choice S. C.
attended the Galli Curci concert
Mrs. P. M. Hanshaw, who had Tea Room for lunch or dinner. in Portland last evening, She will utation in the wrestling game nre children, Mrs. Larry Carfiold, of
Tho uniform eighth grade exami*
W. L. chicks, to hatch May 27. been visiting for four months at tho
becoming peeved when they can’t
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Callahan, of spend the week end in Portland at readily 'irrangc a match with him. Modesto. Calif., and Herman Cath nation will be given in school dis
Big huskies, everyone; only 10 home of her sister, Mrs. Julia Go- Portland,
tricts where application for ques
visited during the fore the homo of her brother, 8. R.
The Sentinel has received a letter cart, of Montpelier, Calif. The fol tions 1ms been made on Thursday
cents each. “
R. C. Arne, phone ver, returned to her home in Ash part of the week nt the homes of Smith.
lowing brothers nnd sisters also sur
Mrs. Callahan’s parents, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Johnson, claims to be the middleweight vive: C. F. Cathcart, Scappoose, end Friday, June 5 and fl, 1924.
Galloway writes insurance.
Mrs. W. C. Johnson, and her sister, of Silverton, and Miss Adelaide champion of Texas, in which the Wash.; Mrs. Ida Sell rump, Oakland, Questions will be sent to districts
About 25 out-of-town visitors
there are conditioned pupils
E. C. Adams, of Roseburg, spent Mrs. W. A. Garoutte.
MacKenzie, of Salem, spent the man with the long name gets reck Calif.; Mrs. W. H. Star, Hermiston, where
were present at the regular meeting
without application. Any who have
Mrs. K. K. Mills and son Robert week end with Mr. and Mrs. D. O. less in the kind of a defy which and Mrs. C. F. Counts, Cottage failed
of the Rebekah lodge Friday ove- the week end at the home of his
and want to take it again
mother, Mrs. M. E. Adams.
and Mrs. Roy Short motored to Byrne.
he issues. He says he has wrestled Grove. C. F. Cathcart had returned will have to apply for questions.
the day before his brother’s
The T. B. Boyd family have Portland Tuesday on a business nnd
The R. L. Ritchey family have Billy Edwards to a draw and is only
E. J. MOORE,
moved into the James Hart property pleasure trip. Mrs. Short wns ini moved to Myrtle Creek for the willing to take on the Cottage death from a visit with him.
C qiih I v School Hnpt.
tiated into the Daughters of the summer while Mr. Ritchey is em- Grove favorite upon any terms. He
on north Lane street.
Drill«.' Woodruff Leaves.
Mr. and Mrs. George Dahl visit Nile last evening. The party wLU ployed there. The Ritcheys, with gives his weight as 105 pounds,
J. J. Woodruff, who had been
ed in Portland during the week return tomorrow.
Miss Nora Dodson, of Myrtle Creek, which would make the match an
Nelson’s Serviee Station for your spent the week end here, and re even one. Hand is willing to take head driller at the oil well over
with Peter Schreiber, former resi
nuto repair work. Satisfaction guar turned Monday accompanied by Deabendoefcr on and would have since operations were started, left
A nice, frosted, well baked dent of this city.
Miss Dodson’s sister Edith, who done so before except that the Tex yesterday for I aim Angelea to acecpt
layer cake or some individ
Ray Nelson’s Electric Shop, anteed.
Riders of bicycles are hereby
been attending high school here. as champ has not demonstrated that a flattering offer upon the part of
ual pastry, fresh from our Auto Electrician, where Ninth
those who had been negotiating notified that they must obey
he would be a drawing card.
with him for months. No one to the same traffic regulations as
ovens, will always appeal to hits Main.
tf Mrs. T. J. Smith nnd Mrs. Cyrus
take his place has yet been se
Wilfred Turpen is building a new Ix-um nrc here from North Bend
other motor vehicles. Crossing
COMPLETES ORGANIZATION cured but it is expected that ipf rn- traffic at any point except at
home on east Main street.
on an extended visit nt the home
toins can be resumed within a lew
Mrs. Regina Baum, of Portland, of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Leum. par
The new Lane county agricultural days. Mr. Woodruff was accompn1 intersections and cutting cor
is visiting with Mrs. Alicia Har ents of Mrs. Smith and Cyrus Leum.
council, at a meeting held in Eu nied by Nelson Whippt«, who has ners must stop. Bicycles, when
Fred Brumbaugh is here from Al
gene Saturday, adopted a constitu been employed with him on the well
Autin Lindsey, Proprietor
Mrs. D. H. Hcmenway is visiting bany recuperating from a recent ill Hosiery Mills, Inc., Chicago, tion and by-laws nnd elected offi here., Mr. Woodruff stated before used at night, should carry a
in Portland nt the homes of her ness.
Ill., is here now and will be cers us follows: C. W. Allen, Vida, leaving that his relations with the white light in front and have
daughter, Mrs. Carl Price, and her
Oil company had been th»» a red button on the rear. The
ICE PLANT NOW OPERATING.
here around the 15th of each president; H. C. Wheeler, Pleasant Guaranty
The Methodist church is being sister, Mrs. R. R. Giltner.
REAR OF CITY MEAT MARKET.
Hill, vice president; H. H. Beck, most pleasant and that the reason city police officials have been
repainted The parsonage was re
See Scholl and see better.
tf PHONE 55. DELIVERY AT ANY
Hill, secretary and treas for his leaving was simply an offer instructed to deprive violators
Mail orders may be ad Pleasant
painted last week.
urer; J. W. Maxwell, Irving, T. Q. that he could not afford to turn of the use of their bicycles or
Homer Galloway left Saturday TIME.
Green, Coburg, and C. D. Borer, down.
D. J. Scholl, your home optometrist evening to attend the general assem
Joe Landess was among seven or dressed to
to take such riders before the
Eugene, members of the executive
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mathison, of bly of the Presbyterian church of eight who came up from Wendling
Yesterday Was Bundle Day.
judge, in their discretion.
Mosier, are guests this week at the
Yesterday was national bundle
PARENTS—If your boy rides
This council was organized a
home of Mrs. Mathison’s sister, ids, Mich., as a commissioner from wrestling match.
week before to direct the work of day for the near cast, relief, but a bicycle, talk with him and
the W’illamette presbytery. He ex
Mrs. Bert Stoneburg.
A six-pound son was born yes
the farmers in carrying out the pro bundles will be accepted all of next explain the danger to himself
Miss Mary Ellen Benson and pects to be gone about a month. On terday morning to Mr. and Mrs. 8.
gram for Lane county as outlined week as they probably will not be
Brighton Leonard, who taught this the return trip he will visit with a S. Lasswell. The mother and baby
by- the agricultural conference held shipped before June 2. Bundles and others of careless nnd
are in a Eugene hospital.
year at Wolf Creek, are home for
should be left nt the rest room, reckless bicycle riding.
the summer vacation.
A four-pound son was born Tues her son, O. L. Nichols. She is ac
Plans were discussed for the no but will be called for if F. L. Gran
sition as city recorder is being day
G. B. PITCHER,
morning to Mr. and Mrs. Leon companied by her daughter, Mrs. rmal Lane county farmers’ excur nis is notified. 8. L. Mackin is
Galloway for insurance, 511 Main. filled during his absence by his
Chief of Police.
A. M. DeVail, and the latter’s sion to the state college nt Corval
Mrs. E. T. Blakely and son How daughter, Miss Margaret.
By order City Council. ni22-29
A three-pound daughter was born daughter Genevieve, also of Han lis June 20 which is Lane county munity.
ard, who had been visiting for ten
Graduation is at hand. We have
days with relatives in Corvallis, re some beautiful frames for your Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Frnnk Francisco. Mrs. Nichols’ grand extension day.
daughter Donna graduates tomorrow
photographs-------- exclusive greeting
Mrs. Charles De Wald, who has
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Baker, of Ma cards-------- appropriate pictures. The been at Canyonville with her moth night and the grandmother ar PLANS MADE TO CONTINUE
ranged her visit so that she might
WORK ON LONDON ROAD
bel, spent Sunday at the home of Picture Shop.
cr. who is ill, is home for a short attend the exercises.
their daughter, Mrs. Ray Nelson.
Mrs. Rambo, who is interested in time.
Miss Emma Boss, formerly a clerk
Bid« will be received by the Lane
Superior Cleaning and Press the near east relief work, was here The John Simpson family, of in the Fair store, was married Tues county court May 29 for the grad
ing. The Hoffman Cleaners, create interest in near east bundle week at the home of Mrs. 8imp- day to N. J. Shannon at Regina. ing nnd rocking of five mile* of the
Mask, The couple will make their Iatndon springs road and the grad
22 north Sixth street.
mStfc ^la/^which^was^Jieldjestei^ajr^^^ son’s mother, Mrs. Isaac Taylor.
home in Pleasant Dale, Husk. Th • ing of two miles of the Crow
Bishop Warner, of Chicago, is tride left here about a week ago.
Vaughan road, according to notice I
spending the week here with mem
issued last week by tho county
bers of the Free Methodist church.
We have some very attractive court. The London springs road in
The A. R. Spenrow family are in prices on our used cars. Nelson ’s a part of bond project No. 10 and
Portland this week.
the Crow-Vaughan road in a market
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Allison and
Used cars at Nelson’s Service toad project. A portion of tho Ixin
Pineapple (No. 2l/¿ Royal Club)..
don road was improved last year.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Y. Allison, of Rose Station:
You can’t get it at the bank
The. county court will readvertise
burg, accompanied by Rodney Knott,
A racing bug, in fine shape, only
Pineapple (No. 2i/2 Royal Tabu)...
for bids on the rocking of the For
of Dillard, were here Sunday to at- »150;
in Hiriail amounts for less.
Pineapple (No. 2 choice)...............
tend the motorcycle hill elimb.
1923 Ford coupe, in fine rondi- giMOn road, which is now being
You Have 10*7$ here under
graded from the west side Pacific
Earl Stewart returned Tuesday tion. »465;
our cash system, which we
1923 Gray roadster, only run 800 highway at a point a short distance
from a Eugene hospital, where he
north of Junction City to n point
10c can pepper free with each pound Golden West coffee.
recently underwent an operation. He miles, »485;
have adopted permanently.
1922 Ford delivery, with starter, four miles west, crossing the I^ing
is getting along satisfactorily.
-35c can pepper free with each 3-pound can Golden West.
Tomorrow v ill be the last day
1922 Ford truck, with stake body, of Ferguson. This in a bond project.
of school. R-port cards will b«
under the 10% cash saving
and top, »225;
plan shows that the meat
1916 Dodge roadster, just o ver- -Timber Cruise Makes Program.
The grades from the first to _ hauled. »325;
We have received another car of fruit jars this week.
buyers of Cottage Grove nrc
Eugene Register: Good headway
fifth are to go on individual picnics
Ford ‘ ton ri ng. *125;
in being made by hi« cruiser« in the
We are featuring Kerr Self-Sealing this year at the same
today. The fifth, sixth, seventh and
1918 Maxwell touring, in fi ne timber southeast of Cottage Grove,
eighth grade- will join tomorrow shape. »150;
price as Ball-Mason. Watch our ads for prices.
for a picnic at London springs.
1914 Ford tonring, »50.
tract to cruise the timber in Tjtne
Wade Mosby, of Powers, spent
Terms to please you.
county, while in the city yesterday.
the week end here with his mother.
His men arc now working on ■
Mrs. L. R. Ixmg.
If your busineM Un’t better this Hharp’s creek and complete figures,
Harry Culver is limping around year, the reason probably U that arc being sent in regularly. They
Cutsforth & Dickson, Props.
this week as the result of running a yon haven’t done a sufficient are kept on file in the office of
TIUS STORE THAT APPRECIATES YOUR TRADE
I spike into his left foot Friday while amount of judicious advertising ia Assessor B F. Keeney.
| working at th«- slaughter yard«.
Mr. Nease said that many see
My wife always buys her groceries from
McQueen’s Grocery—and that’s the rea
son 1 never have any indigestion. Try
it yourself, brother, it pays to eat only
the best groceries.
BANK OF COTTAGE GROVE
I Tales of the Town
That “SPIFFY” Look
The Cottage Grove
COTTAGE GROVE LAUNDRY
Bicycle Riders, Attention!
Is Your Money
People’s Cash Market