The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current, May 22, 1924, Page 8, Image 8

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    COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1924
PAGE EIGHT
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and lubricata better
With the passing of the superstition that there
is something mysteriously “better” about eastern
oils, just because they cost more, Zerolene sales
have increased seven-fold in the last seven years.
The following extract from a recent letter writ­
ten us by the Citizens’ Transf r & Storage Com­
pany of Tucson, Arizona, has some bearing on
the reasons for this increase:
“Previous to using your Zerolene oils we experienced
considerable trouble with eastern oils, which were
much higher in price, and we found not suited to our
use. We have used Zerolene oils and greases for the
past five years. Our equipment (18 trucks and 2
passenger cars) is operated continuously throughout
the year and the maintenance has been confined to
keeping it supplied with the proper amount of oil and
grease; bearings have required only reasonable ad­
justment after long intervals, and no replacements.
We were well pleased with our recent quarterly
check on the mechanical condition of our equipment,
and knowing this condition to be maintained by the
use of your oils and greases, we thought your com­
pany would be interested to know of our complete
satisfaction.”
We believe that Zerolene will
improve the gasoline mileage, re­
duce carbon deposits, and lengthen
the working life of every car in
which it is used.
F
for FORDS
—the Standard Oil
Company’s new
improved oil for
Ford cars “Feeds
Those Oil-Starved
Fords.”
Why pay tribute to a supersti­
tion? Insist on Zerolene even if it
does cost less.
STANDARD OIL
COMPANY
(CALIFORNIA)
This booklet reports inde­
pendent service tests of
Zerolene matle by a num­
ber of large users. Ask any
Standard Oil Company
sales representative or
Zerolene dealer ft a copy.
EASILY DIGESTED MEATS
Of all the meats you serve, mutton ami
lamb are without doubt the most easily
digested and they are likewise the rich­
est in nourishment.
To aid you in choosing the cuts you
would like to serve your family today,
we offer an ample assortment. You will
note how reasonable our prices are ami
we giiaiautee the quality of the meat.
Bulk mayonnaise on sale.
Quality Market
Fu. Delivary
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THORNTON CORNERS.
ZEROLENE jwamfeEASTERN
ZEROLENE
—
Neighborhood News
The CJtiieiui' Transfer A
Storage Company of Tuc-
■on, Ariaona, operatea a
fleet of eighteen tracks in
local and long distance
hauling. Zerolene is used
aaciosively.
CULVFR £ ANDERS". PI”'!?
IN BUSINESS
; n the home
First
National Bank
THE OU) RELIABLE
Phene 40
AMONG
GOOD
BOOKS
your check book ranks
the highest in value.
Whether for business
purposi's or for home
expenses, use the same
commercial bank with
two different accounts,
so as to keep them en­
tirely separate. You
will find ours a good
bank to deal with, from
every banking view­
point.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
May 19.—Earl Hunter, of Med­
ford, visited Tuesday with Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Dodge.
Kelly l’erini spent last week with
relatives at Divide.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tonoli and
Li.by daughter, of Divide, visited
with relatives here Sunday of last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fisher ac­
companied Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frost,
of Blue Mountain, to Hayhurst
valley Sunday.
Roy Kelly, of Salem, was a Sun­
day jpiest of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Dodge. Mr. Kelly and the Dodges
were formerly neighbors at Glen­
dale.
Rodney Phillips, of Mount View,
was in the neighborhood Sunday
morning distributing invitations for
a box social and program at the
closing exercises of the Mount View
.'chool Saturday night.
MOUNT VIEW.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
May 19.—C. A. King is remodel­
ing his house.
Mr. and Mrs. George Layng were
in Cottage Grove Monday after­
noon.
Miss Forest Schneider, who taught
in Marshfield during the past year,
WANTADS
K A W LEIGH GOOD HEALTH
products for sale at 927 south
Sixth street. Duane Crabtree. a24ptf
MY FRENCH DRAFT STALLION,
Lucky, No. 32253, will stund at
Cottage Grovo Saturday». E. D.
Mills. W. R. Cochran, Mgr. a3jly3p
COTTAGE GROVE AUTO WRECK
lug House. Parts for cars at half
price. Trailers built to order. Used
cars bought and sold. Long Build­
ing, corner Tenth street and Wash­
ington avenue.
a24u8p
WANTED—OLD BAGS. MUST BE
large und clean. The Sentinel, c
FOR SALE—3 CREAM SEPARA-
tors, nearly new; John Deere gas­
oline engine, good as new; garden
hose. Good prico if sold soon. A
nice line of sanitary rugs. Come in
and see the Gibson refrigerators
from $18.50 up. New lawn mowers
now in. Short’s Second Hand Store,
my 15 29p
WANTED—OLD COTTON OK
wool rags; must be large and
clean. Woodson Bros. Garage, mltfc
FOR SALE BY OWNER—8 ACRES
on gravel road five miles west of
Cottage Grove on Silk creek; part
pasture, part timber, good fence;
house, chicken house 20x40, garage;
water piped to both houses; all
buildings new; $200 of furniture,
touring cur—all for $1200; part
down and part payments if sold by
June 1. Ervin Cochran, Cottage
Grove, Ore.
m8-22p
is home for the summer vacation.
The funeral of Mrs. Naomi Bales
was held at the Sears cemetery
Sunday afternoon. Among those
from here who attended were Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Hands, Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Hunds, Mrs. Waldo Miller and
Selma Miller.
Word has been received from
William Heath, who is employed
near Pendleton, that all grain, even
that which was seeded during the
fall, is being greatly injured by the
continued dry weather and it is
feared that should there be no rain
soon little of it will be fit to cut
even for hay.
Miss Sarah Riley, of Fairview,
was the guest last week of her
sister. Miss Laura Riley, at the
home of Mrs. Amanda Sears.
Roy Hands is remodeling hi»
house.
Mrs. J. A. Schneider, Miss Berna-
dine Schneider and J. A. Heath
attended the motorcycle hill eliinb
in Cottage Grove Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. George Layng were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wal­
do Miller one day last week.
Those interested in keeping up
the Sears cemetery will gather there
Sunday and Monday, May 25 and
26, to clean up the cemetery and
decorate the graves.
Miss Elizabeth Shide left last
week for Grand Junction, Colo.
ANNOUNCING
AN EXTRAORDINARY
SALE
OF
Women’s Footwear
250 pairs of shoes consisting of pumps, san­
dals and oxfords in patent, kid, suede and
satin—black, gray, tan, beaver, green, blue
and red.
LYNX HOLLOW.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
May
19.—Lester Pentico and
Lester Porter were up from Eugene
Sunday.
Harvey Lajoie arrived Friday
front Wendling for a visit with rel­
atives.
Waller Pentico und Ernest Call!
well left Saturday to visit with
n lutivcs and friends at Eddyville.
James Huntsman end Cody Penti­
co have their service station at
Eddyville erected and report a grow­
ing patronage.
A dancing party was given at the
Fisher home on the Clock place
Saturday night.
Lynx Hollow Society.
The L. A. 11. club was entertained
Wednesday of last week by Mrs.
Walter Pentico. Needlework was
the diversion. Mrs. Pentico and
Miss Afto.i, of Eugene, were guests.
<$> <$>
Mrs. Herbert Mackie was taken
to a Eugene hospital last Thursday
tor medical treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion I.ebow and
W. E. Lcbow attended the funeral
of Mrs. Naomi Bales in Dorena
Sunday.
Several from here attended the
hill climb in Cottage Grove Sunday.
Mrs. Pentico anil Miss Afton, of
Eugene, visited here during the past
week.
The Murry family, of Eugene,
called on friends hero Thursday of
last week.
The Phillips home nt the Ajax
Lumber company’s camp was de­
stroyed by fire Saturday night. Mr.
Phillips was away at the time and
Mrs. Phillips barely escaped with
her baby and a suit case.
LONDON.
WANTED—GENERAL
CARPEN-
(Special to The Sentinel.)
ter work or house painting jobs.
Muy 19.—Mrs. James Powell and
E. C. Shay, 305 south Sixth street, Mrs. Roy Ewing, of Woodard’»
phono 137 R.
1118 22p eamp, visitad Thursday with Mrs.
FOR SALE—A TEAM OF MARES, Joo Geer.
W. T. Jones, Carl Small, C. H.
each weighing 1350 pounds and
well broke. C. O. Willis, Cottage Wood, Harold Abeene and Elmer
Berggren
attended the taxpayers’
Grovo, Ore., Lorauo route, phone
8-F13.
m8-22p meeting in Cottage Grove Thursday
evening.
A party of high school students’
FOR SALE—ON ACCOUNT OF
my intended removal to Portland, came out from Cottage Grove Sat­
my residence property at 1149 west urday and spent the day. If noise
Main street is for sale. Also Ford is an indication of a good time, they
sedan. A. W. Kime.
m8-22p surely enjoyed themselves.
Mrs. Jack Hopman, who has been
TWO PAYFOWLS FOR SALE; ill for some time, is now nble to
one year old. Carl Small, Black sit up a part of the time.
Hazel Thorn returned to school
Butte route.
m8-22p
Monday, aftor an absence of two
FOR SALE—G O O D DUR H A M weeks because of an injury to her
milk cows, sugar cured hams and leg.
Charlie Wickson came up front
bacou; outs. C. 11. Haight. m8-22p
Portland Monday for a visit ut the
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED FOR home of his uncle, W. L. Town­
man and two boys, the latter at­ send. He went to Eugene Wednes­
tending school. C. E. Peters, box day.
Howard Cox was ill last week
384, city.
m8-22p
with neuralgia of the stomach.
FOR SALE—Hl’PMOBILE TOUR
Mrs. Will Ewing and children,
ing ear; 4 good eord tires; price. James. Hubert, Velma and Myrtie,
$200. Grover Sheley, 3 miles west motored to Alpine Sunday and vis­
of Walker, Ore.
ml5-29p ited Mrs. Ewing’s son living there.
Clifford Townsend was absent
FOR SALE—7t* ACRES, CLOSE from school Thursday on account of
in, all in cultivation, two acres sickness.
|>eurs, 6 room house, barn. H. B.
Janies Ewing made a trip to Port­
Yancey, north of city limits, east land Monday.
of 8. P. tracks.
mlS-29c
George and John Sutherland and
foil SY1.E GOOD WORK HORSE Howard Cox caught a coyote last
and three cows. Mrs. George week. Caught by both fore feet,
the animal dragged the trap some
Dowens, Cottage Grove, Ore., phone
M-F3,_______________________ ml5-29p distance but was tracked by the
dogs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bunton, Mr*.
FOR SALE -USED WATER Mo­
tor washing machine, in good con­ Harold Abiviie and daughter, Mr.
dition; new motor. G. W. Mc­ and Mrs. Cecil Roberts and Miss
Queen.
ml5-29p Jessie Pruett attended church ser
vices in Eugene Sunday.
LOST COLLIE DOG
IS SMAI.T.
Mr. and Mrs. George Bailes and
for breed, three years old, light daughter attended the funeral of
colored with black spots on ears their cousin, Mrs. Naomi Bales, in
and tail. Reward for return to Mrs. Dorena Sunday.
Joe l'orkins Jr.
tu22e
Mrs. George Sutherland severely
wrenched her back last week, when
FOR SALE SET OF ENCYCLO she fell from a scaffold while pa
podia Brittanies. Charles Bru poring a room.
nean, at Mrs. Ida Miller’s. m22j>i6p
A basket dinner will be served
XRE YOl IN NEED OF AN OF nt the church Sunday, May 25.
five mnnf Can take charge of the
office, do anv necessary collecting,
DORENA.
help you with your advertising, etc
Call phone 44. C. Lawton.
m22p
(Bpm ml to The Sentinel.)
May 19 Miss Carrie Knox, of
LOST x GOLD YVR18T WATCH;
large plain case; Waltham move | Portland, is visiting at the YV. W
aunt. Reward for return to Please Chrisman homo.
Mrs. U. S. Rale* returned Sunday
You Shop. 21 south Sixth street.
Cottage Greve.
re22c from a few days' visit in Eugene.
Mr. and Mrs. John Holst rota, of
FOR SALE 2 IRON BEDSTE ADS ' Mareóla, spent Sunday nt the home
1 spring, 1 silk floss mattross. of Mr*. Holstrom’s parent*. Mr. and
2 bureaus. 3 stands. 1 kitchen table, I Mrs. J. H. Kirk.
2 lounge*. 2 rug* (8 ft. 10 in. by 9 '
Miss Sarah Riley visited a few
ft.Y. 1 morris chair. Dr. Kime’s day* of Inst week with Mrs. Aman
residence, 1149 west Main.
m22r da Sears nt Mount View.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Combs, of
WANTKD—BABY CALVES. MRS Eugene, were Bunday guests at the
E. L. Week», YVnlkcr, Ore., phon* home of Mr*. Gvnibs’ parents, Mr.
31-F15.
n>22 »nJ Mrs. Charles Teeters.
We* Chrisman motored to Eugene
MONEY FOR YOU—PAY CASH Saturday on business.
for your wanted* and get three
Mr. and Mrs. MeCugle, of Oak­
insertions for the price of two. tip land, spent Saturday night and Sun-
u
day nt the W. P. VniiSehoiuck
home.
Miss Florence Land went to Cot­
tage Grove last week to accept em­
ployment.
“Aunt” Kate Land returned
Sunday from a few days’ visit in
Cottage Grove at the home of her
son, M. P. Garoutte.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. X’anSchoiack
and daughter and son, Arna and
Clifford, motored to Eugene Satur­
day.
A nine-pound son was born in
Eugene Wednesday to Mr. and Mr*.
James Chapman. Mrs. Chapman was
Miss Daisy Bales, of Dorena.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Lebow, of
Lynx Hollow, were in Dorena Sun­
day.
Mr. anil Mrs. Joe Burnett, of
Cottage Grove, attended the funeral
of Mrs. Naomi Bales at the Dorena
church Sunday.
in North Dakota working on a
farm.
Mr. and Mr*. Van Darnell and
children motored up from Noil and
spent the week end with relatives
here.
The E. T. Hartley family and
Mrs. I. N. Dresser, of Lynx Hollow,
> ’V,
were dinner guests at the D. A.
Estes home Saturday.
HEBRON.
the two new members will go over
the different road projects to see
what the needs are and how much
money is left for this year and then
decide on n plan of operation.
“The idea is to get the best re­
sults possible for the money and
not to overdraw the different
funds,” said the judge.
The five or six precincts from
which no definite election figures
are available are small and the fig­
ures from them will not change the
result of the election in the ease of
any candidate, it was stated.
The race between Van Svarverud
and Frank E. Taylor for the re­
publican nomination for sheriff was"
close but Taylor now has a suffi­
cient lead to preclude ell doubt as
to the result. It was the same in the
race for district attorney, Howard
Brownell undoubtedly being the
nominee.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
May 19.—The endeavor society
held a business meeting and social
session at the C. H.Winecoff home
Saturday evening. A lunch of sand­
wiches, pie and lemonade was served
at midnight.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Walker and
children, of Veatch spur, attended
the endeavor service here Sunday
evening.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Powell and
children attended church at London
SILK CREEK.
Bond Money Is Apportioned.
Sunday.
The county court made an order
R. B. Lucky was on the sick list Saturday apportioning the $200,000
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Muy 19.—Mrs. 8. J. Clifton and last week.
recently acquired through the sale
son Willie, formerly of this place,
of road bonds, The apportionment
and Mr. and Mrs. Morrison, of HURD AND CROWE ARE TO
was as follows:
TAKE OATH OF OFFICE SOON
Bond project No. 2, $26,000; No.
Cottage Grove, visited Sunday with
3, $47,000; No. 4, $10,000; No. 10,
the D. A. Estes and E. M. Babcock
families. Mr. Morrison is a brother
Clinton Hurd, of Eugene, and O $21,000; No. 11, $26,000; No. 17,
E. Crowe, of Lorane, who were J $36,000; No. 19, $15,000; No. 23
of Mrs. Clifton.
Mr. and Mrs. Meier and Mr. and elected as county commissioners (Mapleton-Cushman), $25,000.
Mrs. Campbell and Joe Marshall, of over Emmett Sharp and L. N. Ro­
Sutherlin, were hero one day last ney, who have been recalled, will Keeney Says He Spent No Money.
week in the interest of the school.
take their oath of office as soon as, B. F. Keeney,
... republican
, _____ _______
nominee
Miss Mildred Burcham visited the vote cast at Friday’s primaries for county assessor, was the first
Sunday with Mrs. E. R. Darnell.
is canvassed, according
to County iuiiuiuuiu
[ candidate m
to inr
file nis
his election ex­
I pense account
account with the county clerk.
William Medley was on the sick Judge C. P. Barnard.
pense
list last week.
Judge Barnard said
that he is Zero
■ Zero was
was written
written on
on every
every line
line pro-
pro­
Arthur Woolcott and George Over­ not now prepared to state whut the i vided for the amount expended,
holser were two new members of the policy of the new court will be re­
election board this yoar.
Three thousand people read The
garding methods of road construc­
Mrs. Nettie Estes has received tion or methods of operation, but Sentinel each week.
What have
w11rd from her son Edwin that lie i» that it has been agreed that he and you to tell this vast throngf
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