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COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL. THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1924
Mrs. 8. 8. Plott, who recently re [ last month at Grand Rapids, Mich.,
Mrs. 8. E. Markley returned last
turned from a Eugene hospital, is and who visited relatives in the Thursdav from a visit in Ashland
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. middle west, will arrive home today. at the home of a son and with n
8. A. Monteith, while recuperating.
JbUss Francis Hai^oth returned daughter, Mrs. Margaret Lockwood,
Satisfactory bobbing and curling ; MoiWuy from Eugene, where she of San Francisco, who came to Ash
at Boslough Barber Shop. Tuesday had been visiting with Mrs. Dale land for the purpose of seeing her
a business man is gen
mother. Mrs. Markley also visited
| and Friday afternoons lady atten Lusk and Miss Peggy Baird.
dant. Other days by appointment, c
erally known and
The Overland car is now the next in Medford with Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
whose daughter, Eleanor, ac
Mrs. Amelia Currin and daughter. to the cheapest car made (and is
judged. It reflects cred
Miss Lula, were in Eugene last the lowest price gejr shift car on companied her hero for a visit at
it on him according to
the market). Nelson sells them. the homes of her gra.idfather, 8. W.
its standing in the com
Boyd, and her grandparents, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ga.routte and See us first.
end Mrs. Charles Brown.
mercial co m m u n i t y.
son Colin, accompanied by Mrs. Eu
Mrs. Clara Burkholder, her son
Office equipment of various kinds.
gene Matlock and son Jack, of Charles and her mother, Mrs. Lydia
Our prestige is built up
Portland, will leave today for an Stouffer, spent the week end in The Sentinel.
on a dependable ser
Mrs. Lydia Read, of Portland,
vice that is thorough
I outtes started on a trip to eastern daughter, Miss Belle, Mrs. Stouffer visited here during the week.
and complete in every
Oregon but returned home Tuesday remained in Corvallis to keep house
Mrs. 0. C. Cruson returned Sun
detail. We solicit ac
after a few days in Portland, ac- for her granddaughter during the day from Portland, where she at
counts from reputable
tended the state convention of the
Melvin McKibben brought Mrs. American Legion auxiliary as a del
individuals and busi
List your property with Hall & McKibben home Sunday from a Eu egate from the local organization.
i Lang. We have three parties who gene hospital, She is getting along
Mrs. W. L. Darby, her daughter.
I want homes close to high school. st lisfactorily.
Mrs. Gladys Jackson, and her grand
If you want to sell, your chance is
Special ruled forms of every kind, son, Jerome Scott, motored to Mt.
tf Angel Wednesday of last week to
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Grubbe, of
Mrs. Daisy Porter has returned bring home Mrs. Jackson’s little
Portland, visited during the week at fiom a Eugene hospital, where she daughters, Margaret and Dorothy,
Arnold Suiker motored to Albany
Eugene Register: Carlton Spencer,
the home of Mr. Grubbe's mother, recently underwent a very serious who hud completed their work at
Mrs. Kittie Grubbe.
operation. She is improving slowly. an academy. They returned the fol and spent the week end with registrar of the University of Ore
gon, has gone to Seattle, where ho
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Shay and
John Coffman came down Sunday lowing day.
O. G. Gilbertson was in Roseburg will enroll in the University of
daughters. Miss Marjorie and Miss morning from the Bohemia district
Jerome Scott, of Olympia, Wash.,
Don’t delay. Get Tom Awbrey’s Muriel, returned Monday from a
is visiting at the home of his grand Friday on business and has since Washington law school for tho sunt-
best rates. Thirty years ’ test. Dur motor trip to Crater lake and Klain- with a number of samples of prom parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Darby. gouo into the Bohemia district to mer.
Mrs. Maud McCumber and Miss
| sth Falls.
mine. He will return tomorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Lasater, of Eu remain during the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clayton, of
Clifford Taylor has returned to Margaret Seymour, of Portland,
Paul Devers, 16-year-old son of
Mrs. W. C. Henderer returned Fri
gene but well known here, are
J, M. Devers, former district at- Myrtle Point, and their daughter, day from a trip to Portland.
spending two months with relatives attend the summer term at Wiliam visited Tuesday with Mrs. H. H.
torney of Lane county, diod in Sa- Mrs. George Burr, of Roseburg, vis
and friends in Washington. Mrs. ette university. He is majoring in Veatch. They were en route to
ited during the week at the home
lem last week.
Lasater was Miss Margaret Counts journalism nnd hopes to complete Oakland to visit Mrs. Bert Cocker
W. C. Garrett, of Corvallis, was
his studies at the end of the spring line, who was Miss Jeanette David
The O. W. Hays family left Sun of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton’s daughter,
Willard and Darrel Arne under semester.
son, a teacher hero a number of
day on a motor trip to Crater lake.
went an operation Wednesday of
last week for the removal of ton
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Reeves, of
sils nnd adenoids and their father, visiting relatives in Los
Corvallis, visited Sunday with Mr. granted a divorce from Meta Neet. day by motor for Greenridge, Miss.,
Lee Nichols sustained a fractured the childhood home of Mr. Glass.
The F. C. Houser nnd Guy Maines
and Mrs. F. L. Grannis.
R. C. Arne, had his tonsilo re
leg Tuesday in an accident at the They expect to be gone a month or
families and Mr. Maines mother,
The Sentinel is entitled to Anderson
& Middleton mill. He was
Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Lawson and Mrs. Fannie Maines, motored to
calla, is filling a position at the
the salesbook business of Cot struck by a timber.
“Say, Ma, where did you
son Kenton, of Wedderburn, visited Newport last Thursday for a two
tage Grove on the basis of
get those doughnuts and
Friday at the home of Mrs. I«aw- weeks ’ oui ing.
The Sentinel is entitled to Glass ’ absence. The Glass place is
quality and price.
son's sister, Mrs. H. K. Metcalf.
The G. E. Finnerty family, of that dandy cake, or did yon
the salesbook business of Cot being taken care of by J. Q. Wil
Carburetors and Parts
Tho Lawsons were returning home Astoria, visited the hitter part of
make them yourself!” said
Cliff Murkus, employe of the tage Grove on the basis of lits.
from a trip to Portland to get their last week at tho home of Mr. Fin
l i ters & Mosby Lumber company,
Kept in Stock
a young hopeful in a Cot-
Filing cabinets. The Sentinel, tf
son Kenton, who had completed his nerty’s mother and sister, Mrs.
sustained a fractured rib. a fracture quality and price.
J. H. Chambers and son Victor
Mrs. Catherine Bogart, I.ano coun
studies at Hill military academy.
Lora Finnerty and Mrs. A. E. Bur tage Grove home as he
of one wrist and an injury to one
crammed in another mouth-
hip when he fell from a car of lum- ty pioneer, who died Monday at her spent the week end fishing near
Rufus Coffman, of North Bend, rows.
home out from Eugene, was a sister Grants Pass.
ber a few days ago.
B. 8. Swengel, of San Jose, who
Miss Lillian Leonard was homo who recently underwent an opera
Mrs. Glenn Haney was a week during last week from Monmouth. tion in a hospital in that city is was in business hero several years
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Chapman of Mrs. J. H. Hawley, of Divide.
“Why, I got them at the
spent Sunday with relatives at The Hawleys attended the funeral, end guest of Miss Flossie Mathes at She returned Monday to resume her here at the home of his parents, ago, visited hero Friday on his way
Electric Bakery,” the moth-
which was held yesterday.
the home of her mother, Mrs. O. studies at the normal during the Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Coffman, while north nnd lignin yesterday on his
er replied, “Do you like
John Graber and William Thum Knight, at Saginaw.
H. H. Starr fixes watches right,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl A. Robnett,
Mrs. S. R. Scott, of Blue River,
Dr. Robinson, n resident of this
l.ocated in Madsen’s old stand, tfc motored into the Bohemia district
To the Public—This is to notify
Saturday evening. Mr. Thum re
of Eugene, were here the public that I will not be re spent the week end at the home of city 10 years ago, died Monday of
“I’ll say 1 do,” the lad
V. W. Flaherty arrived last week turned Sunday evening but Mr. newleyweds.
last week in Roseburg and was bur replied.
sponsible for any bills contracted her mother, Mrs. Artlissa Handy.
from Wisconsin and is visiting at Graber will spend two weeks there Tuesday.
“Say, Ma, ain’t
All kinds of filing equipment, by anyone other than myself. Jim
Mrs. William Kirtley has been ied there Wednesday.
the home of his sister, Mrs. Bert doing assessment work.
that the place you’ve been
Stoneburg. He expects to make his
getting that good bread
Your Sunday trip. Take plenty of
G. W. McQueen returned Tuesday
Mrs. Robert Barger
Mrs. C. L. Sarff spent Monday in ter Helen have gone to tho middle
rolls for your camera. You may re Charlotte Banfield, of Portland, are from his properties in the Bohemia Eugene.
? ’ ’
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Mackin re- turn the unused ones. The Picture
visiting at the home of their sister, district. He was accompanied on
“Yes, that’s the place son
turned Tuesday from a weekend Shop.
The R. B. Harrington family left tives.
Mrs^ 8. S. Lasswell. Mr. Barger the trip by his brother William, Tuesday for Roseburg to attend tho
The N. 8. Sherman family have ny where 1 had you stop for
motor trip to Medford.
The S. V. Allison family motored will be down for the week end and who is visitiug here.
Free Methodist camp meetings be- moved to Reedsport for the sum-
pie on the way homo from
to Albany Sunday and ¡sited at his wife and Miss Baufield will re
mor. Mr. Sherman is employed
The Weise Brothers’ sawmill ing held there.
school yesterday. You said
the home of Mrs. Allison’s sister, turn with him Sunday.
closed Saturday for an indefinite
Dale Stui-ih, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. John Kirkland. They were ac
you were going to get all
Miss Nola Banton returned Fri- period.
Among those known here who
Hal Smith, underwent an operation
companied home by Mr. and Mrs. day to her home at London from
aur bread and cake and pies
Orbre Purcell, of Hoquiam, Wash., the latter part of last week for the were graduated from the University
TELLS THE STORY
N. E. Atkina’ daughter, Miss Eloise, Fresno, Calif., where she had been
who was a student in the Cottage removal of his tonsils and adenoids. of Oregon this year are A. R. Spear
and rolls there hereafter
who had come from her home in visiting at the home of a brother.
You may put on a fine suit, but
Grove high school last year, is vis
when 1 sent you to do the
Miss Beth Bedo underwent an ow, pastor of tho Presbyterian
Portland to meet the Allisons in
If it’s for an automobile Nelson's iting during the month at the home operation Sunday for the removal church here, and Rita Wilma Rid
if your laundry work has been
Albany. She will spend “the summer
shoddily dono, or your collar is
of her tonsils.
vacation at the home of her aunt,
“Yes, 1 remember 1 liked
soiled you do not appear to be
Miss Grace Bogue, home econom
Everything in music. The latest
B. F. Johnson Jr. and a friend,
well dressed, whereas, a finely
The C. A. Smith family, of Rose
the place because they don’t
ist of the Westinghouse Electric piano hits. Phonographs, records, Ralph Osborn, of Snokane, students
laundered, clean collar will take
company, is demonstrating that com player rolls, harmonicas, books for at tho University of Washington, burg, and Mr. Smith’s mother, of
treat me like 1 was a kid.
and Mrs. Alvah Davis, of Lorane.
the edge off the appearance of a
pany’s range in the rest room each teachers. The Picture Shop.
are spending their summer vacation Hoquiam, Wash., who is visiting at They waited on me just like
Bookkeeping outfits of every kind. aftepnon this week.
slightly shabby suit. Our work
Mrs. F. M. Hambrick, of this here at the home of Mr. Johnson's
they ditl on the grown p?o-
is guaranteed. The customer is The Sentinel.
Mrs. E. 8. Holderman and her city, with her sister, Mrs. Lucy parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. John the week end nt the home of Mrs.
pie. We kids like to be
Mrs. Pearl Shearer, of Dorena, daughter, Mrs. Cleo Morelock, re Armstrong, of Eugene, left Tuesday son Sr.
Smith’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.
to be the judge of whether it is
satisfactory. Your money back
was in a Eugene hospital the latter turned the latter part of last week irfbrning from Eugene by motor for
treated like wo were some-
Mrs. Joe Baker, who has been
part of last week for medical treat- from Nampa, where they had been Portland to visit several days at the
if ypu say the work is not first
A 10%-pound son was born Wed
class. Dry cleaning and laundry
nesday of last week to Mr. and
visiting at the home of Mrs. Holder homes of two sisters, Mrs. VanBuren
Mrs. Homer Galloway with her Mrs. Lester Phelps, of Tillamook.
work called for and delivered.
J. C. Johnson arrived Saturday man ’s son Harvey, whose small son and Mrs. Carr. Mrs. Hambrick went
from Gold Beach to spend the re- accompanied them home for a visit. to Eugene the night before.
Tho father and mother are both
Rachel, nnd Miss Thelma Kem, mo
mainder of the month at tho i ome
I can give you perfect eyesight
Galloway for insurance, 511 Main. tored to Eugene Sunday and visit- former residents of this city. Mrs.
of his daughter, Mrs. W. E. Lebow, without glassos. Satisfaction guar
Phelps was Miss Genevieve Jury.
ited Mrs. Galloway’s sister, Mrs. C. Mr. Phelps’ mother and sister, Mrs.
where Mrs. Johnson is visiting while anteed. Dr. H. A. Hagen.
Sanders & Bennett, Prop«.
recuperating from a recent opera
Amelia Phelps and Miss Ruth
tion. Mr. and Mrs. Lebow expect to
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. R.
We are pleased to announce that return to Gold Beach with the Miss Bonita, left Saturday for San
J. J. P*eo has secured a permit
Spcarow, accompanied them homo
for every set of five Royal cord Johnsons the latter part of this Francisco, where they will spend
Mrs. B. F. Johnson hns returned
is spending the week at the for the erection of a frame dwelling from a visit with relatives in Aber
balloon tires and five tubes, wheels month for their summer vacation.
or. Birch avenue.
and rims will be furnished WITH
your chance—you guy with
Eugene Schneider, of Cl :halis,
OUT EXTRA CHARGE. Nelson’s the Now's
The Cottage Grove merchants'
Mrs. Carl Witte returned Sunday
Miss Susie Simpson attend^
loose, shaky wheels. You can
from a visit with relatives in Port-
wedding of her sister, Misa.
get a new set of wheels and rims baseball team won the game played
Mrs. Fenton, who conducted a FREE with a set of five Royal cord Friday at Calapooya springs with
at tho homo of hor parents in Suth
der and Mrs. E. C. Lockwood.
demonstration here for a well balloon tires and tubes at Nelson’s
Miss Mildred Dugan
erlin Friday evening. Sho spent
13 to 0.
known cooking compound, left Sat Service Station.
Portland the latter part of last
Sunday with friends in Portland.
urday for Roseburg and went on
week with Miss Mildred Warner
Tedd liamsten and Miss Wilson,
from there to Marshfield Tuesday.
and attended the rose festival.
of Portland, were week-end guests
visiting at the home of her brother, assistance given us at the timo of
A 7%-pound son was born June W. E. Lebow, returned Friday to
A. L. Woodard was in Portland
Arrangements have been com of Mr. and Mrs. II. A. llagon.
15 to Mr. and Mrs. R. VanSchoiack. Portland, where she is taking a the fire which destroyed our home.
Friday and Saturday on business.
E. R Clevenger visited the latter
pleted for the Ed Redmond company
Mrs. A. J. Gowdy and Family. jnl9c
Henry7 Landess, of San Francisco, nurse's course in a hospital.
Miss Sylvia Veatch returned Fri to play ii two-day engagement nt part of last week with his family in
H. J. Shinn was in Portland the
is visiting for nn extended time
day from the University of Oregon the Arcade theater. Tuesday and
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lebow and latter part of last week attending
Mrs. Ruth Jorgensen, sister of
at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lebow's mother, Mrs. J. C. a special session of the public ser
for the summer vacation. She was Wednesday, June 24 and 25, were
Mrs. William Landess.
Mrs. Leslie Godard, of Corvallis: accompanied by Miss Nellie Zurcher, the days selected for Cottage Grove. Mrs. Clarence Moss, former resident,
Johnson, of Gold Beach, visited last vice commission. Mr. Shinn inci
Tuesday a very clever comedy, stopped here Tuosday for medical
*A* shingles in the ware Thursday evening at the Marion dentally attended the rose festival. Mr. and Mrs. Claire Parks, of Eu of Enterprise, who remained over On
“Is Marriage a Failure,” will be attention while on her way from
the week end.
house, $3.30. Brick, lime, ce
Monmouth, visited during last week
H. Harvey, of Medford, spent presented. This play gives the en Portland to San Diego.
ment, plaster and a lot of other
*A* shingles in the ware severe injuries to one hip in a fall at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. John last H. week
here with his parents, Mr. tire cast of tho company an oppor
builders’ needs. S. L. Godard, i house, $3.30. Brick, lime, ce been in such pain since that it has Ashby, parents of Mrs. Godard and and Mrs. I. M. Harvey. He joined tunity to show nt their best. There
special sconcry, properties
Mrs. Linnic Violette returned ment, plaster and a lot of other been impossible to make nn ex Mrs. Parks. Miss Matthyre returned his family last Thursday when they is also
electrical effects carried for
Monday from a visit in Portland builders’ needs. S. L. Godard. amination to determine how serious Saturday to resume her studies at passed through hero en route to and
M. M. degree nt special
Mr. Oodard Beattie to attend commencement this play which insures it in its
with her sisters, Misses Winnie and I
tho injury is.
communication Friday (to
The cast includes Ed
We invite everyone to try our re-
daughter Miss Esther, of Cushman,
Miss Margaret Harvey, Redmond, Marvin Hammond, Ethel
Mrs. W. L. Darby visited in Eu visited Tuesday at the home of pairing of watches and jewelry. H. this week, at which time the ington.
ments and fraternal social
M. Houle and Willard Jacks. On
gene Tuesday with her daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Brattain’s daughter, H. Starr Jewelry Store, in Madsen’s
left on a motor trip to Crater lake. was a member of the graduating Wednesday night the company will time. Visitors cordially invited to
Mrs. Viletta Scott and Miss Mar : Mrs. Gerald Cornets. Miss Brattain old stand.
play “The Cave Man,” another pnrtnke of our cheer. Members ex
Ray Nelson, auto electrician. class.
good comedy. There will also bo pected to bo present.
D. W. Sturges has been on the
was graduated this year from Ore
the regular picture program each
HERBERT W. LOMBARD,
Ora M. Kirk has been granted a gon Agricultural college in phar sick list during the past week.
Mr«. G. W. McQueen and daugh
companied by his daughter, Mrs. J.
divorce from Wayne Kirk.
jnlltp iB£order Wi M;8<’çretar£
macy and was here visiting her sis
Mrs. Emma Hittie and (laughter, ter, Miss Kathryn, returned yester J. Guild, of Woodland, Wash., visit night.
An unexpected fire may hit you | ter before going to Elma, Wash., Miss Freda, of Pullman, Wash., vis day from Portland, where they at ed during the week at his old home
next. How about that insurance f! where she has accepted a position.
ited during the latter part of last tended the rose festival and visited at London.
week at the home of Mrs. Hittie’s relatives.
Word has been received here that
William McQueen, who taught
brother, C. A. Stevens. Mr. and
Slagle, former resident but
Mrs. Stevens took their guests by school near Salem the past year, is üollis
of North Bend, is recovering
vv . , -
motor Saturday to Harrisburg, where visiting with
/"J™“ i sustained recently
they visited other relatives. Tho McQueen, before returning to his
I while operating a winch with which
Stevens returned late that evening heme in Miles City, Mont.
a log was being loaded onto a
but Mrs. Hittie and daughter re
Used cars at Nelson’s Service Sta- veirnel. The winch turned unexpect*
mained for a longer visit.
tion. All kino« at best of prices, odly, striking Hollis and knocking
Some come here especial ly
Galloway writes insurance.
Come and see our bulletin board tn ' - him against tho - boiler.
for Gray Goose coffee, know
Miss Alverda Finch and Miss
wan seriously burned and one arm
ing that everything clue is
Mrs. Riley Snodgrass and daugh wan fractured.
Naoma Hilton spent the week end
as good in proportion.
in Roseburg as guests of the Henry ter Maxine. Baxter Yeung and Mrs.
A. C. Spriggs, master H. W.
HAND PAINTED CHINA
Others like our pastry, al
Steamer, of Springfield, visited last Titus, junior warden; 8. L. Godard,
Lyle Harrel, of Portland, visited Thursday with Mrs. Snodgrass’ George O. Knowles and Elbert
though they find many
DIRECT FROM JAPAN
during the latter part of last week mother. Mrs. Lucy Holland. Mis« Bede, past masters, attended the
things just as delicious. We
I at the home of his uncle, L. L. Maxine remained over until Batur session of Masonic grand lodge in
notice, too, that we aeem to
For the remainder of this month (JUNE) will be given
Harrel. He left Monday for Glen- day, when Mr». Holland and her Portland last week, some returning
satisfy beefsteak appetites
i dale, where he will visit for a week son, Earl Hill, motored her home.
away FREE on your grocery purchase or on money
Friday night and others Saturday
■ at the home of another uncle, F. N.
at less price than is usual.
Miss Vivian Carlile visited in Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Anderson, past
received on account. Ten per cent of your purchase or
Harrel. and then return here for Creswell during the week at the patron and past matron, attended
on account will be applied on these beautiful dishes
a longer visit.
homes of Miss Ruth Olson and Miss the session of the Eastern Star
You will enjoy joining the
*A* shingles in the ware Ethel Hedgpeth.
Hulmtantial circle of rtlen nnd
Mrs. C. J. Harff has received
house, $3.30. Brick, lime, ce Sewing or dressmaking neatly and
women who lunch here daily
reasonably done. Call at 1017 Ash word from Mr«. J. Erie Carlson, of
ment, plaster and a lot of other avenue.
becaiiHc of our Good Food at
Sugar has advanced again 25c. We have bought another
builders' needs 8. L. Godard.
The Leo Johnson family has gone
ear,; let us book you for a sack.
Mr. and Mr«. A. L. Monroe, who to Rujada, where Mr. Johnson has
left about two months ago on a charge of the work of extending
irotor trip into California, have ar the railway into the forest reserve tho fore part of the week in Port
land, where Mrs Warner took a
rived at Ban Diego,
Raspberries and Loganberries at very low prices. Get
for the Anderson 4 .Middleton Lum medical examination. Leeter Pent!
our prices by the crate.
co, from Gray’s Cash and Carry
staying at the J. Q Willits home
Mr«. George Boyd and children, store. Eugene, filled Mr. Warner'«
j while attending school here, has re and Mi«« Georgia Milta, who spent place in the store hero during his
turned to her home in Beattie.
the school year here, went to Ha absence.
T-ooaeleaf systems of every kind, lem Thursday of last week for a
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Henderson
tf month’s visit at the home of Mr«. and Mrs. Henderson’s daughter,
| The Bentinei.
eom G. F. Ixike. mother of Mrs. Boyd Mr«. Ed Ogden, motored to Hood
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mianioner from the Willamette pre* and Min Mills.
River the latter part of laat week.
' bytery to the general assembly of
One-fourth off on hats at the The daughter had been visiting here
| the Presbyterian church held during Ix>ucka Millinery.
jnS 19p and remained in Hood River.
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