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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (June 19, 1924)
WHAT’S THE USE
I Neighborhood News
By L. F. Van Zehn
(Special to Tho Sentinel.)
June 16.—J. G. Murry left Sat
urday for a visit to his old homo
The Charles White family have
gone to Marshfield on an outing.
Mrs. Clarence Morgan anil two
daughters, of Eugene, visited last
week with Mrs. Jessie Gilcrist and
Kenneth Carlile, of Cottage Grove,
visited Friday with his cousin.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
June 16.— Mr. and Mrs.
Lively, of Chehalis, Wash.,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. .Jones
Joe Geer has purchased
Miss Marjory Small, of Cottage
Grove, and Mr. mid Mrs. Ivan
Abeene mid two little daughters
visited Tuesday night at the home
of -Mr. mid Mrs. Harold Abeene.
J. B. Rouse began logging opera
tions Friday morning on the J. N.
Little Lillian Geer, daughter of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Geer, aunta¡nod a
aerioiiH cut on one forefinger Thurs
day while playing with a pair of ■
Miss Viola Welty, a teacher in
the schools nt Centralia. Wash., ar
rived Thursday to spend the summer
vacation with her sister, Mrs. Chas.
M ish Nola Banton. who had been
in Fresno, Calif., for seven months,
returned home Friday
Mrs. Jnlin Sutherland anil her
Knowles & Graber
The City Motor Truck
ing Company of Portland,
Oregon, operato two 4-
ton Packard trucks, six
3)4-ton Packard trucks
and one 4-lon Federal.
Zerolene ia used exclu
ZEROLENE helps win
ihe PACKARD CONTEST
In 1922 the City Motor Trucking Com
pany of Portland, Oregon, won the Pack
ard’s iow upkeep contest in the State of
Oregon with its 4-ton Packard No. 180-
590. During the period of this contest
Zerolene oil was used exclusively,
and the Company writes us as follows:
“In consequence of our success in this contest, and be
cause of our uniform satisfaction with the use of Zero
lene in all other equipment, we naturally consider
Zerolene as an absolutely dependable and correct lu
bricant. We most cheerfully recommend it to any
and all truck operators to receive real efficiency in
it is records like these that month af
ter month and year after year are cutting
the ground from under the superstition
that there is something mysteriously
“better” about eastern oils, just because
they cost more.
Zerolene sales have increased seven
fold in seven years. The more experi
enced the motorist, the more
likely he is to discover that the
ZEROLENE Zerolene-lubricated car deliv
ers better gasoline mileage,
accumulates less carbon, costs
fir FORDS less for upkeep, and has a
longer working life.
— ihe Standard Oil
Why pay tribute to a su-
improved oil for
Ford car» “ Feed»
perstition? Insist on Zerolene
—a better oil—even if it does
from Nevada, where she taught dur
ing the past year.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Heath and
son Addison spent Tuesday evening
with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schneider.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Arne were
in Eugene Saturday. Mr. Arne had
his tonsils removed.
Miss Forest Schneider left by mo
tor Wednesday for Ashland, where
she will attend summer school.
Mrs. W. D. Heath and son Addi
son visited Wednesday at Walker
with Mrs. Heath’s daughter, Mrs.
Jessie Low ry.
Mrs. Waldo Miller and daughter
Selma, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hands
and Mr. and Mrs. Hanna were
among those in Cottage Grove from
this neighborhood last week.
Mrs. Amanda Sears. Miss Laura
Riley and Clarence Sears visited
Sunday afternoon at Dorena with
Mr. and Mrs. Perry VanSchoiack.
Mrs. Marion Morphy arrived Sat-
siBter, Miss Dorothy Elmore,
were in Eugene Wednesday, went
to Row River that evening to the
homo of their mother.
Lovi and Lisher Geer anivel
Thursday evening from Rainier,
Mrs. Emily Lake, who had been
a house guest of Mrs. R. E. Fore
man for three weeks, went to
Springfield Monday to spend the
summer with Mrs. J. F
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Banton, Miss
Nola Banton and 1 Mrs. Harold
Abeene and daughter • motored to
Black Butte Sunday afternoon.
Miss Mabel Newton left Sunday
for Monmouth to attend summer
B. A. Pruett bad the forefinger
of his right hand badly crushed
while working in a Vock quarry at
Donna last week.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
June 16.—Mrs. Frank Kelly, of
Cottage Grove, spent Monday at the
home of her mother, ‘1 Aunt” Kate
Mr and Mrs. J. A. Elliott left
last week for Vancouver to visit
their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Tate,
Clifford VanSchoiack made a trip
into the Bohemia district Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kelly and sons
Alta and Harsey motored to Blue
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. England and
children went to Eugene Friday.
A 7%-pound son was born Sun
day, June 15, to Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Mrs. James Chapman, of Eugene,
is visiting at tho home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Bales.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Land and
Arthur Bules spent Sunday nt the
fish hatchery on the McKenzie.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Elfving spent
Sunday at the home of Mrs. Elf
ving’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
MY FRENCH DRAFT STALLION,
Lucky, No. 32253, will stand at
Cottage Grove Saturdays. E. D.
Mills. W. R. Cochran, Mgr. a3jly3p
WANTED—OLD BAGS. MUST BE
large and clean. The Sentinel, c
MONEY FOR YOU—PAY CASH
for your wautuds and get three
insertions for tho price of two. tfp
FUR SALE— 2 ACRE CHICKEN
ranch at 461 north Douglas. Ful
ly equipped. Terms if desired. Also
good cow. M. L. Bnell.
PIANO FOR BALE—NEW AND A
beauty, at 618 Woods avenue,
city, only $11 a month. Write R. F.
Callahan, 962 Pearl, Eugene jn5-19p
(Special to The Sentinel.)
June 17.—Mr. and Mrs. George
Fogle and daughters, of Salem, vis
ited Saturday and Sunday with rel
atives and friends here. Ava Mc
Arthur accompanied them home.
Wolfe Allen, of Wendling, visited
over Sunday at the Judson Allen
L. A. McArthur was down from
Rujnda over tho week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Favo Applegate
went to Salem Friday to have some
repairs made on the state truck
which Mr. Applegate uses. They
visited Saturday and Sunday with
relatives in Albany and returne-l
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Conrad and
Mr. and Mrs. Á. H. Johns niul chil
drew arrived Sunday front Marsh
field and are visiting at the C. H.
Mrs. Lowell . Benston mid daughter,
Verneil Koch and Evelvn Benston
attended the pioneer picnic nt
Mrs. Glen Haney, of Cottage
Grove, was a guest nt the O.
Knight home Sunday.
The Cline Walklev n nil Charles
families attended the pio-
neer picnic at Pleasant Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Rucker, who
had been visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Hill, left Tuesday for their
home in Seattle.
Miss Nellie Stewart, of Cottag»»
Grove, visited Sunday nt the Har
ry Cotter home.
OAT AND VETCH HAY, FALL
sown; will sell for best cash offer
in field; two miles eaBt of town.
Bert V. Hands.
FOR SALE—THE W. H. AND
Sarah E. Blair property across the
street from Beidler’s feed store, one
block from First National Bank. In
order to close the estate this prop
erty will be sold. Address Franjc
E. Blair. Lowell, Ore.
COWS FOR SALE AT BARGAIN.
See J. G. Allen, 809 south Sixth
FOR SALE—TWO GOOD SECOND
hnnd Ford touring cars chenp if
taken soon. Cnll nt 1017 Ash ave-
FOR SALE CHEAP—A STOVER
gasoline engine, 3 h. p.; Miera
Grove, phono 169-J.
NINE ACRES OF CULTIVATED
land for sale at a bargain. Ralph
Hand, phone 169 J.
FOR SALE—MOWER AND HAY
rake. J. A. Powell, 225 Quincy
NOW BOOKING ORDERS FOR
price delivered at your door. O. A.
King, Disston route. Cottage Grove,
phone 1 F5.
FOR 8AI.E—K ALE P I, A N T 8.
Phone 187-J or call at Allison
barber shop for Kramer
(Special to The Sentinel.)
June 16.—Mr. mid Mrs. Tom Fos
ter and children were on Mosby
eleek one dav last week looking at
a place preparatory to moving there.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dodge nu
ton'd to Roseburg and returned Fri
Mrs. Alfred Beidlcr returned last
week from a visit at the home of
her brother Rev Knox, in Portland,
where she attended the rose festi
Angelo 1’erini moved his barn
from the road to the rear of his lot
| last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Foster and
i children and Mr. and Mrs. S. 1’.
shortridgv mid little grandchildren
picnicked on Mosbv creek Sunday.
Mrs. Rev Dixon, of Detroit, was
up to their place here one day last
Mrs. J. W. Fisher is spending the
week at Mount View with her par
cuts. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Heath.
George Foster is reshingling hi»
150 YEARLING WHITE
horn pullets. $1 each. W. A. Hem
enwnv. phone 2 F22.________ jn!5jl5p
ORDERS TAKEN FOR RED RASP
berries and loganberries. Market
price. W. A. Henienway. phone
WANTED—WOMAN TO COME TO
hoiiM- to wash and iron. Mrs. EL
bert Smith, phone 166-J._________tfd
FOX TERRIER TIT’S FOR SALE
About 5 weeks old; male, 15: fe
male. |2.50. Alvin Allen. Lorane
route, phone 22-FU._______ jn!9 j!3jj
HORSE. BUGGY. HARNESS AND
14-inch plow for sale for $65. Call
at my home after 5:30. evenings.
W. J. Curtin, Comstock. Ore. jul9jl3p
FOR SALE- FINE FAT FRIERS
for your Sunday dinner. Come and
get what you want. Waldo Miller.
Disston route, phone 1-F12. jnlttjlSc
FOR SALE—NICE PIGS « WEEKS
old. Buy while buviag is good.
Judson Allen, phone 28F11. jn!9jl3p
Thin booklrt report, inde
pendent aarvica ••»<» of
Zerolene made by a num
ber of Urge uaert. Aak any
Standard Oil Company
•alee representative or
Zerolane dealer for a copy.
LOST SMALL GOLD BROOCH;
valuable for sentimental reasons.
l ost Monday night between Willits
home and J. W. Veateh home. Re
ward for return. Hallie Willits. j!9c
LOST -SPARE TIRE AND RIM
32x4Wednesday or Thursday.
I June 11 or 1$. Finder plça.se return
to Smith * Short and receive re
YOUNG COLLIE DOO FOR SAI F
Would make good stork dog. I.
i N. Dresser, Walker. Ore.
tended a picnic ut Pleasant Hill
Mrs. E. J. Neff returned las'-
week from Sutherlin.
Sir. and Mrs. Shade Burcham and
Mr. and Mrs. George Teeters were
supper guests Saturday evening at
the Dick Bittinger home. The occa
sion was Mr. Bittinger’s birthday
Your home print shop—Tho Sen
tinel—should be always considered
first. Usually it can handle any
job of printing you may have. jn22p
SOUND INVESTING IS
COTTAGE GROVE AUTO WRECK
ing House. Parts for cars at half
price. Trailers built to order. Used
eurs bought and sold. Long Build
ing, corner Tenth street and Wash
(Special to The Sentinel.)
June 16.—-Claude Arne took hi»
two little sons to Eugene Tuesday
and had their tonsils removed.
Mr and Mrs. listen Dowens. who
live south of Cottage Grove, visited
last v, i>k with Mr. Dnwena' mother
and uncle, Mrs. I.utheria Dowens
and Walter Ihmens.
Mian Nelma Miller visited Sun
dav nt Walden with M inh -< Marv
and Mvrtlv Saauer.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bales and
daughter Dorothy motored up the
M« Keniie Sunday.
Mi sa Ellis returned Inst week
urday from Amsterdam, N. Y., for Bunday from a Eugene hospital,
a visit at the home of her uncle. where she had undergone an opera
XV. D. Heath.
Miss Louise Mattheyer, who is
, ...... .. .....
for „ a week at the John
Ashby home, leaves soon to attend
(Special ot The Sentinel.)
Mrs. Jennie Walker, of Portland,
June 16.—Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Hardin, who have completed their and her sister, Mrs. Richard Ha
studies in Walla Walla college, are mer, of Drain, visited Friday at
visiting Mrs. Hardin’s parents, Mr. the E. M. Babcock home.
The John Ashby family, together
and Mrs. D. A. Estes.
Elder Rams preached in the with their daughters and their hus
Methodist church Sunday afternoon. bands and Mrs. Ashby’s mother,
Mrs. Melvin McKibben returned Mrs. Miller, of Cottage Grove, at-
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