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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (July 3, 1924)
Thurs., July 3—“Hehl to Answer,” with
House Peters, Grace Carlile and others—
an all star cast. “Fighting Bloods,” round
No. 12. International News.
Fri., July 4—Rex Beach’s greatest story,
“The Spoilers.” A photoplay classic of the
most thrilling period in American history
when the cry of “Gold!” sent a tremor
through the world; when men of iron and
women of a strange ai
trekked to the frozen fi
And a comedy.
Sat., July 5—“The (
West.” Seldom a play
of the real drama of life; so full of the ac
tion, the force, the grip and the fire of the
forging ’49ers. And a comedy.
Sun.-Mon., July 6-7—“The Net.” Gor
geous displays of pomp and revelry per
meate scene after scene of this unconven
tional drama. Spectacular ballroom scenes
and fascinating ballet dances are among
points of appeal in this exceptional screen
creation. And a comedy.
Tues.-Wed., July 8-9—“The Fighting
Blade,” with Richard Barthelmess. The
rapid, rushing, breathless story of a cour
ageous youth’s daring interruption of a
court wedding and his fight for the honor
of a beautiful maiden. And a comedy.
Thurs., July 10—“The Back Trail,’’ with
Jack Hoxie. Comedy and International
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Growers Like Oiled
Wrapper for Apples
The Christian church senior en
deavor enjoyed a pieuie last Fri
day evening at Walden. Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Adams were additional
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The Christian ladies’ aid society
held their regular monthly business
meeting yesterday afternoon in the
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(Prepared br the United »tecee Department
The Woman ’» relief corps held
their regular business meeting Sat
The use of oiled-paper wrappers for
urday afternoon. The corps decided preventing apple scald Is finding in
to be represented in the fourth of creased favor among grower», par
In honor of Miss Margaret Gal
loway, who left 8unday for Salem,
where she is to be employed in an
j insurance office for a month, a
group of her friend» held a fare
well party last Thursday evening at
the Galloway home. Vocal numbers
by Leonard Fairey, one of the
guests. were enjoyed. Dancing also
Refreshments of ice cream and cake,
which were brought by the guests,
j were served. Those in the group
ticularly In the Northwest, says tbe
were Misses Ruth and Nellie Stew
------------------- —— -------------------------- <$> United States Department of Agricul
art. Miss Bethel Gowdy, Miss Ruth
ture. Approximately 19,000,000 boxes
Phelps, Miss Marian White, Mrs.
Mateel Whitlock, Miss Hazel Swan-
Kennington club will hold regular of apples were wrapped for storage
last fall, whereas In 1922 there were
j son. Dale Wyatt, Leonard Fairey, meeting Friday of next week.
Charles Burkholder Jr., Van Beatty,
Womans’ Relief Corps to hold about 000,000 boxes so treated. The
Cecil Caldwell and Ren Sanford.
quarterly dinner July 12.
practice of using oiled paper for wrap
8. T. 8. club members with their pers Is suggested by the department
Jerome Scott, of Eugene, who husbands will enjoy annual picnic as a result of a number of years of
! had been staying at the home of next Tuesday.
trials with various methods for pre
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
I L. Darby, and who left Saturday
Sir Edward, an English peer, will venting the appearance of the disease
for Longview, Wash., to attend the marry Lady Loan, a lady without a In storage apples and apples In transit,
which annually causes great loss to
summer encampment of Hill mili- peer.
I tary academy, Portland, was com
dealers, buyers and shipper», and ul
pletely but happily surprised Friday
A Great Help.
timate disappointment to consumers.
, evening when he came home and
Customer: I want a couple Of
Where In the past It has been cus
found the house filled with twelve pillow cases.
tomary to wrap the apples Ln ordinary
of his little playmates, who had
Clerk: What size!
paper, as Is done wltb the western
been invited in to help him enjoy
Ci»turner: 1 don’t know but 1
crop, the use of oiled paper does not
his last evening here. Games and wear a size 7 hat.—Chaparral.
entail any additional effort or trouble
play on the large porch made the
' evening pass speedily for the small
and adds but two cents to the cost of
! guests. The rooms and porch were
Mother: Don't ask so many ques each box. Apples wrapped In oiled pa
made most attractive with Chinese tions, Katie. Don’t you know that per of the proper kind come through
decorations. Ice creain and cake curiosity once killed a cat!
the winter tn excellent condition and
were served, each guest receiving
Katie: Wliat did the cat want to have been received with special favor
a horn as u favor.
l’liow, mother!—Chicago Post.
on the market, especially during the
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latter part of the season. In May,
A pleasing diversion in procedure
at the conferring of the Master
1923, oiled wrapper apples were sell
Mason degree at a meeting of the
ing on the New York auction for
Masonic lodge Thursday night was
|1 more per box than similar ap
“Without the gate.”
a musical program given between
ples In unolled wrappers. Eastern
the first and second sections. Miss
producers who barrel tbelr apples have
Ruth Stewart gave a piano solo, gate. ’ ’—Chaparral.
not made any great use of the new
Mrs. Ernest Wyatt gave a vocal
practice because of the Impracticable >
solo, Misses Ruth and Nellie Stew
Doctor: You’re all right, Your lty of wrapping apples for barreling.
art gave a ukulele number and
Leonard Fairey gave two vocal pulse is as regular as clockwork.
This discovery and practice make It
Patient: You have hold of my possible to ship apples long distances
numbers. All were heartily encored.
Mrs. Wyatt was accompaned by wristwatch.—Karikaturen.
after storage as well as before stor
Miss Esther Silsby and Mr. Fairey
“Yes, your honor, he neglected age with little or no loss from scald,
by Mrs. Bessie Sutcliffe. Incident
ally a number of those present for me shamefully. Why, he never was and enables growers and dealers to ob
tain a wider distribution of their prod
the program enjoyed probably for at home.”
the first time the novelty of being
' ‘ And I suppose you had to spend uct and to safely withhold part of It
present in a Masonic lodge while your evenings all by yourself!”
from the market till the peak of the
“W-w-well, I had two goldfish.” apple season Is past.
It reduces the
perishability of the crop and makes
A number of little children helped
for a more orderly distribution of the
Burdick and Daniel Trask enjoy the
Two travelers were seated in a
afternoon on Monday, which was train going to Chicago. As the train supply and a better market.
Burdick’» eighth birthday anniver drew up in a station one of the
sary. The party was in honor of travelers opened the window and,
both Daniel and Burdick, Daniel drawing u deep draught of fresh
having missed his party February air, turned to his companion und
because of illness. Two birthday exclaimed:
“We bank on the cow, the sow, the
cakes, one with eight candles and
1 ‘ Ian’t this salubrious f ”
ewe, and the hen."
the other with five and a half,
“it’s exhilarating,” said the
The First National Bank of Peters
were on the prettily decorated table. other.
The boys were made happy by the
_ pardon,” chimed in the burg, N. Dak., has this slogan on Its
gifts from their little guests. Fra conductor, “you’re both wrong; it ’s unique bank statement recently Issued.
grant sweet pens mingled with the Kalamazoo.”
Pictures of cows, sheep, and swine
happy childish faces of the guests
rather than moneybags are the decora
made the house look like a flower
First American: 1 suppose your tions used. On the same page with a
son’s thirst after knowledge led him statement of the bank's financial condi
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tion Is one of the agricultural status
Mr. and Mrs. Jume» 1’. Graham to travel in Europe this winter!
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in- Second American: No, merely his of the community.
The report points with pride to the
formally at a five hundred party, thirst.
President Coolidge was born ou
the occasion being their twelfth
Unproved live stock and diversified
nature of the farming *n the district:
two-courae luncheon was served at Fourth.—Detroit News.
The 0.000 breeding ewes with pure
the close of the card session. Among
bred rams at the head of every flock,
the bidden guests those present
the 00 pure bred bulls, the 100 or more
were Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Miller,
registered cows besides a great num
Mr. and Mrs. George Knowles, Mr.
BEIM' AS MOW TVK\S IS
ber of high-grade females, the large
und Mrs. D. O. Byrne and Miss
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acreage of Grimm alfalfa, the 191,000
>§> <$ <£>
worth of produce shipped out during
«SAN \S » QERM
The Rebekah and Royal Neighbor
the past year, and the activities of
TH' SHIFTLESS GALOOT
lodges held a surprise handkerchief
the Petersburg Live Stock Shipping
WHO VJOMT SHOMEL TU'
shower Wednesday afternon of lust
association, which handled 80 cara of
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week in I. O. (). F. hall in honor
live stock last year.
of Mrs. A. W. Kime,
The officials of the bank have been
husband and family left the hitter
part of ‘ Inst week for Portland,
active in co-operating with the United
where they are making their home.
States Department of Agriculture In
The manner of presenting the gift»
encouraging the use of pure bred sires
was cleverly arranged.
and In general live stock Improvement.
ments of ice cream and cake were
The M. P. G. cltib entertained
with a dinner, dame and swimmiug
party at Calapooya spring» Tues
8weet clover requires a well-settled
dav evening in honor of Mrs. George
firm seed bed. with just enough
A. Proctor, member of the club,
loose soil on the surface to permit the
who is »0011 to remove to Medford.
seed to be well covered. When sown
Husband» of the member» were in
in the spring on winter grain, the seed
cluded in the party. Mr». Proctor
was presented with the club’s token,
bed is as a rule In good condition,
a silver spoon.
and the seed will be covered by al
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ternate freezing and thawing. When
The Eastern Star chapter has dis
sown with spring grain, the seed bed
banded for the summer months. At
Is often not so firm as It should be for
their Inst meeting. Friday evening,
rapid germination. In such cases It Is
one candidate was taken in. The
a good plan to roll the ground after
refreshments committee had cleverly
arranged a booth in Fourth of July
seeding. When seeded without a nurse
decorations, from which they served
crop It should never be sown on land
pink lemonade, ice cream cones and
which has had no chance to settle.
For this reason the land should be
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plowed some time before seeding and
The junior and intermediate boys’
worked down by thorough cultivation.
class of the Christian Sunday
In the West, where spring seeding Is
school entertained the church eon
always necessary, the best results are
gregatiun Tuesday evening in the
secured from fall-piowed land followed
church. An entertaining program of
stunts was staged by the young 1
by early spring seeding.
IS TO SPCMO MOUFM »
wtu n eow«S V ctecMAU* b.
The Women ’» foreign missionary
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society have postponed their meet
ç, viali , ikNtStWMtwrr, via
Htre'a a way to make a dry a»d
ing front yesterday
aarvlceable floor for that new poultry
Wednesday of next week, when they
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will meet at the church parlors
houaa. Uae four Inches of good grade
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with Mrs. Josiah Porter as hostess.
cinders covered with two Isysrs of tar
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paper and three Inches of cement on
Mrs. C. A. Stevens entertained
top. Tbe cinders should not five sny
the Past Noble Grands club last
trouble from disintegration or allow
Thursday evening, Twelve members
the floor to sag or break, for they are
"ere present mid a social evening
often uaed tn a similar way.
A thoroughly dry floor for the poul
course luncheon wnu served.
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try Is essential to success, according
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hagen, Mrs.
te the department of agricultural engi
Clara Burkholder, Mrs. Mateel Whit
neering at Iowa State college, which
kick. Miss Ruth Stewart, Charles
offers this suggestion.
Burkholder Jr. and Cecil Caldwell
picnicked Rundav at the second fork
on Mosbv creek.
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Raw pboaphate should be applies In
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knox
time to be plowed under; and it Is a
tertained the A. W. Kime family
rood plan to diac the ground before
ut dinner Inst Thursday evening at
plowing, so as to get the phosphate
the Gray Goose tea room. The
mixed well with the earth. Phoe-
Kimes have moved to Portland to
make their home.
phonu does not be
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move about tn tl
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Caldwell were
nitrogen, and hence It Is Important
dinner guests Sunday of H J. Shinn
that tbe ph<wphate be distributed
at the Calapoo'Va springs hotel.
throughout the soli as much as possi
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ble. to give the roots of plants tbe
The Presbyterian ladies' aid
greatest opportunity to come Into cue-
not meet until next fall.
Use Is Suggested as Result
of Thorough Trials.
Unique Slogan of Bank
of Petersburg, N. Dak.
TH’ OLE GROUCH
low roundtrip fares
$G.OO to Portland and return, sold on Fridays, Satur
days and Sundays. Return limit 16 days.
$7.00 to Portland and return, sold any day. Return
limit 3 months, not to exceed October 31, 1924.
Stop over anywhere. These fares represent the
lower cost transportation than any other form
which is comparable in convenience and comfort.
Ask agent for full information
Cottage Grove, Oregon, Phone 11
T. M. BOYD, Local Agent
With Printer* s T n k
Look for It In
Fourth of July
exceptionally low priced
$10 and Up
Durable chairs of fine reed or grass. Their
simplicity of line and attractive coloring
make them all the more desirable.
Bressler & Son
COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS
You’ll Attract Attention in the
Fourth of July Parade
Star, Studebaker or Durant
Why not save yourself the exertion of polishing up your
old bus on a hot day? Trade it in on the purchase of
a new car.
If you haven’t a car, or want a better one than the one
you have, but do not wish to invest in a new car, We can
sell you almost
Any Make in a Used Car
On these we can give almost any terms to responsible
Tomorrow is Going to Be a Regular Fourth of July Day
You won’t want to mar it by changing or patching tires
while the perspiration runs clown your back. Let us
put a new tire on where you have a weak one now.
Long & Cru son, Proprietors
Sweet Clover Requires
Well-Settled Seed Bed
Serviceable Floor for
New House for Poultry
Applying Raw Phosphate
Beaulieu & Harrel
Reed or Grass
la« with It
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A business training is one of the best assets that any
young person can have. He needs it regardless of wheth
er he works for himself or for someone else.
We otter you your choice of four courses, namely: The
Bookkeeping Course, the Stenographic Course, the Sec
retarial Course, or a complete Business Course.
Our rates are reasonable, and it’s a good school
Eugene Business College
A. E. Roberts, President
992 Willamette, Eugene, Ore.
Spend Your Holidays at
34 miles south of Eugene on Coast fork of Willamette
BARBECUE JULY 4th
2000 POUNDS of beee and pork
DINNER FIFTY CENTS
SERVED ALL DAY UNDER THE TREES
Atternoon and Evening
Greased Pig Foot Race, Sack Race, Three-legged Race,
etc. Swimming Sports in the Big Tank.
You are assured of a delightful time at Calapoova
Always comfortable. Good hotel. Write or phone for
reservations. Camping is free.