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COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1924
Portland, who were enroute to Lo» spent tho week end in Coburg at
Angelt»« from Portland, visited the the home of Mrs. Nelson’s parents,
BUYING GROCERIES FROM THIS STORE IS A
fore part of the week at the Mr. and Mrs. F. Diffenbneher. Mr.
1 Nelson motored up after his family
Charles Gettys home.
By pleasant economy, we mean that you are always
Carl King shipped his household | Sunday.
assured the utmost in quality at the lowest possible
Elmer Allen, of Silk creek, with
goods to Toledo Tuesday and he
prices. Buying supplies for your table because the
and family will leave soon to make ! i his sister, Mrs. C. M. Jackson, left
that city their home. Mr. King’s i 1 Friday for a two week’s outing at
price is low is not always economy. But buying Quality
father, C. B. Kiug, will follow’ n
Groceries from this store, where the margin of profit
M iss Margaret West gate, one of
little later to make his home with
is always low, is a real saving, for there is no waste
the high school teachers, was called
to her home in Seattle Monday by
to what you get.
Galloway for insurance, 511 Main. the sudden serious illness of her
That’s the wav to regard this bank’s service, when
W. J. White returned Saturday mother.
Miss Kimber ling, of the
you seek an opportunity to invest savings, or an in
evening from a hunting trip on educational deimrtiuent at the Uni
heritance or other funds safely and profitably.
the Umpqua. Ho brought home a versity of Oregon, has charge of
large buck which he divided lib Miss Westgate’s classes.
*A* shingles in the ware erally with his friends.
Our customers always find here tho experience, the
house, $3.50. Brick, lime, ce Mrs. McKinley Huntington and
vision and the knowledge that guides them in putting
II. S. STUDENT BODY AND
ment, . . plaster and a lot of other baby returned yesterday to their
their money whereit will be safe, and will earn a good
CLASS OFFICIALS CIIOSEN
builders’ needs. S. L. Godard, home ill Fossil, after a visit at the
return. Investing this bank’s funds for years has
Raymond Veateh. !
“““JhEu?? paruUtS’ I
Mr. and Mrs.
Tho student body of ihe high
taught us to know bonds and other offerings.
Mrs. Leota L. Dohm.
who wore returning to their home Mr. and M*— W. J. White.
scho*4 has elocted. tho following
One lot of aluminum ware Children Saturday afternoon at a Mrs. Leota L. Dohm died sud officers: William Skilling, presi-
in Eugene from a honeymoon trip
We’ll welcome the chance to discuss investments with
' social gathering on the lawn at denly tho fore vart of September dent; Delmas Richmond vice presi-
to Crater lake and southern Oregon, for 39c at The Fau Store.
you—without obligating you in the least, of course'.
tiU) 1. J. Adams home. L o cream at her homo in Oakland, Calif.,
stopped over Wednesday night of
Martin, secretary ;
A son was born September 19 and . cakes wero served.
from bright’s disease. Sho was in Dolly Pitcher, treasurei r;
last week with Mr. and Mrs. IL H.
great suffering for 36 hours before Arm< s,
Veateh, parents of Mr. Veateh.
business nulling ror;
death. Funeral services und cre Miller, athletic maiuiget r ; Homer
The George A. Proctor family,
Tl ho women of this community re mation wero ut tho California cre
NuLon, Hergeant-ut-arms; ; Herbert
of Medford, visited here Tuesday
Mr. aud Mrs. James Skelton, of ceiiily organized the D. 8. club, matory, Oakland.
Cochran, yell leader.
Cottage Grove, Oregon
A Strong Bank
a .social organization, which is to
Mrs. Dohm was a former resident
Officers for the classes are as
DANGER AHEAD—The season
meet every Thursday afternoon, j of
approaches when oars skid easily.
Mrs. Alfred Williams will entertain Leota Ishinhcl, daughter of A.
Senior*—John Bartels, president;
In ten seconds you may have a
ihe club this afternoon. The club W. and lva Ishmael. She is sur
collision that will do $5000 personal son, of Coudon. The mother was met Thursday last with Mrs. O. 11. vived by her parents; and a sister. Homer
back in the state« on a vacation, damage to someone.
You can’t Miss Mary Wiseman, of this city, McCallister for a social ufternoon, Wynilred M. lshmuel, and u broth Ebner Young, secretary; Mildred
Stevens, treiusurer; Cad Ellis, class
visited during tho latter part of afford to run the risk of a heavy and she and the wee tot are here
which was followed by the serving
<a,.——---------------------------------------------- <•> last week at the home of her cous damage suit when insurance policies at the home of Mrs. Jessio Favor. of dainty refreshments. The char er, Avery A. Ishmael, the mother representative; Lois Btrobeck L re
sister and brother residing nt porter; George McReynolds, se r-
in, Mrs. C. E. Stewart.
are so cheap. I have a very attrac
*A* shingles in the ware ter members of the club are Mrs. and
Norvid Arnies aud Hex Wheeler
Oakland r.nd the futher here.
gen nt-at arms; Miss Myrtle Kom,
The George Johnson family left
Brick, lime, ce Joo Permuzzie, Mrs. Alfred Wil-
left Thursday last for Corvallis to Friday for the Peace river country. tive policy at a low cost. See me. house, $3.50.
a2c ment, plaster and a lot of other liam», Mrs. Ernest ¡Sloan, Mrs.
reenter Oregon Agricultural college. Alberta, Can., to make their home. Tom Awbrey.
Mrs. Cora May M um .
Juniors—Dana McCargnr, prosi-
Robert Wiser, Mrs. Mary Smith
Mrs. Cora May Milue died Thurs dent; Francis Cameron, vice presi
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Banfield and
builders’ needs. S. L. Godard. and
Mrs. Raymond Gleason.
daughter, Mrs. W.
Used cars wore sold during the
The funeral was held Rachael
Short, treasurer ;
1‘ortland, returned home Friday the salesbook business of Cot i
week by N. J. Nelson Jr. as fol - ---------------------------------------------------
after a brief visit here at the tage Grove on the basis of
! Saturday forenoon from the cha|»el, Well», class representative; Muriel
lows: Overland touring to Lester
Gastar, Young, reporter; Reazon Longfel-
home of Mrs. 8. 8. laisswell, an quality and price.
-------------- <•> A. J. Adams, tho Christian p"
I)owens, Chevrolet roadster to Lo-
officiating. The Royal Neighbor!»,
I pjW sergeant-at-arms; J Miss Claire
other daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
ioy Cornwell, Ford touring and a
Tho Constellation club meets this of which Airs. Milne was a IllC111
J. P. Graham returned Saturday
1/VI , Dunn, class advisor.
Saxon runabout to L. C. Farmer, afternoon, with Mrs. 11. B- Griggs, attended tho services in i
livening from Portland where he
M pone y,
and a Maxwell touring to J. E. Mrs. C. A. Beidler and Mrs. Louis Interment was iu the A. F. & A.
Scholl is your home optom had been for several months with
president; Carl Knowles, vice prosi-
Kramer as hostesses.
tho Federal Telegraph company.
M.-I. O. O. F. cemetery.
sec retn ryr
On their birthday or on any
Mrs. Dale Lusk, of Eugeni», is at
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Stevens and
Cera Sackett was born in Brook treasurer; Bert Bhipp, sergeant -nt-
Evangelistic meetings will be
held at the Christian church bc-
arms; Ireno Griggs,
„„ , class ropresen-
Mrs. Morelock, while taking medi lar meeting October 10 in the Bap ried John Milne in Brooklyn March tative; Harold Bed«», reporter; Miss
ginning the first Sunday in No- < tended tho stalo fair Saturday.
tho tasteful goodness that cal
Myrtle Lay, class advisor.
has made our Cakes so pop
to this city 24 years ago and Mrs.
Freahmon—William Handy, presi
Stewart for good plumbing. Mrs. C. A. ♦
is to have charge and a singer to Washougal, Wash. Mr. and Mrs.
ular in every home in which
Bartell will entertain Milne had been a resident here dent; Margaret Land, vice presi
from outside will be hero to assist I Stevens stopped in Albany and
they have ever been eaten.
! spent Sunday at the home of rela-
since that time.
dent; Helen Ostrander, secretary;
with tho music.
is visiting at the home of her
Mrs. Milue ia survived by the Benjamin Hubbell, treasurer; Harry
And you can bay these won grandmother, Mrs. 8. E. McKinney. meeting next Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Suiltell leave tivea.
husband, of Seaside, and the fol Hart,
All kinds of filing equipment.
Saturday for a two weeks’ motor
derful Cakes for less than
The Kensington club will meet to lowing children: Ralph, Clarence,
George M. Marksbury was in
class representative; Billy
i The Sentinel.
trip to Mexico.
you can afford to make Portland several days of the morrow afternoon to continue with Misses Clam and Elsie, all of this Cooper,
McCargar, reporter; Miss Margaret
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hawkins and
Looseleaf systems of every Kind.
work which has been started.
them. Always use Faultless ixist week.
city. Three surviving sisters und a Westgate, class advisor.
if Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mayes are ex-
brother live in tho central states.
Special ruled forms of every kind.
Bread in the Sandwiches.
William Skilling has been chosen
Tho Joker club will meet tomor
Mrs. Harry Hart will leave the l pected to arrive within a few days
captain of the football squad.
row evening with Mrs. Ilina Beager.
fore part of the week for Corvallis from their eastern honeymoon trip.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Shay recently
<s> <$> <£
to atteud the W. C. T. U. state A rand from Mr. Hawkins, dated
Mrs. Harry Robison, of Orange
returned from a motor trip to Port
The Tuesday evening Study club Covo, Calif., daughter-in-law of Mr. Sunday School Officers Elected
convention to be held *there veto- Sept. 27 at Colby, Kans., stated
The Methodist Bunday school
ber 7, 8 and 9. She is the delegate
They spent a week at Bellingham week at the home of Mrs. C. A. and Mrs. James Robison, i»f this board have elected tho following
pite a lot of tiro trouble, and prob-
tho home of a sister of Mrs. Beidler.
officers: lx>ren Harvey, superin
ably would reach hoine within a
Sanders & Bennett, Props. at
_ Kerr Jr., of Wedderburn, week.
pital at Fresno, Calif., as the re tendent; William Dogate, assistant
Shay whom sho hud not seen for
J 15 years.
whi i» attending high school in Coi
suit of an o|>eration for plODHii.no superintendent; Miss Effie Buchan
The Legion and auxiliary will
Seo Nelson for Dodge, Overland
vallis. spent tho week end ai the
The funeral waa held an, secretary; J. R. Hendricks,
Marion Richmond was home from hold regular meetings Monday ovo poisoning.
home of his aunt. Miss Esther and Willys Knight automobiles. The
in the school house at Oningc Cove, treasurer; lliss Hester Heard, libra
tho U. of O. over the week end. ning in the I. O. O. F. hall
no other building beinu larg«'
the Canton creek trail crew, 10
rian; Donald Umphrey pianist.
The S. R. Smith family, of Port miles from Bohemia mountain, was
Ray Nelson, auto electrician.
enough for the number who attend
If you think you have li de
The Jolly Bunch club will____
ed. Mr. und Mrs. Robison were
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Chambers,
The live wire print shop is always
compelled to return here Friday to
feetive ignition coil, bring it in.
They are former have the thumb on his left hand Mrs. A. W. Swanson and Mrs. their opening dance of this season residents for three years a number reudy to help in the preparation of
No charge for tests. Ray Nelson, with relatives.
October 10 in Phillips hall.
treated for blood poisoning which Merville Veateh motored to Port
Ninth anij Main s roots.
advertising and printing copy. Oar
<* 3> 3>
of years operating the Cottage
_ had set in from a cut. He had to land yesterday on a pleasure and
of this city, and Mrs. H. 11. Harms, experience may be worth something
Mrs. George Boyd and children
The experience social of the of Portland, both sisters of
Grove Manufacturing company.
walk the distance from where he business trip.
returned Friday from Salem, where
Presbyterian ladies’ aid society will
Marjorie Small, of this city, was was stationed to Disston. Wendall
Mr. an«l Mrs. H. D. Russell have be held next Wednesday afternoon Robison, attended the funeral and
they visited at the home of Mrs.
Cochran, Jack Beager, Dexter Huff. arrived from Dufur to make their in the church parlors, with Mrs.
Boyd’s mother, Mrs. Ous Lake.
The Monroe Studio.
during the week.
Marvin ALstott and Lew McKibben, home with their son, H. H. Rus Earl Hill. Mrs. T. C. Wheeler, Mrs. with their brother. There arc( four
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Caldwell
Formerly located nt Cottage Grove
sell, of Divide.
G. M. Scott. Mrs. A. W. HelliweU.
*A* shingles in the ware
now at Drain, Oregon, is now open
creek trail crew, returned Tuesday
Filing cabinets. The Sentinel, tf Mrs. W. E. Lebow and Mrs. G. B.
where they attended the state fair. house, $3.50.
and riHidy for photographic business
Brick, lime, ce evening,
Ralph Speaxow Reaches Japan.
the work being finished
Mrs. I. B. Morris rteurned last Pitcher as hostesses. Anyone inter
See our windows for alumi ment, plaster and a lot of other for this season.
Ralph Hpearow, who loft, here of all kinds. Portraits, copying of
evening from Forestville and Banta ested is cordially invited to attend. September 8 for Japan,- landed old photos, enlargements of any
num ware bargains at The builders’ needs. S. L. Godard.
One lot of aluminum ware Rosa, Calif., where she visited ut
Kodak finishing mid enlarg*
there September 23.
He is now size.
Mrs. Ella Woodard returned Mon for 69c at The Fair Store.
The next quarterly dinner of the
Duplicate orders filled from
tho homes of children.
giving exhibitions in > h »1 o vaulting
be and lectures on that subject before any nogntive made during tho |»nst
J. A. Flower, of Mabton, Wash.,
The William Bainibridge family held October 11. These dinners are
Prices to suit every
has accepted a position in the J. C. iness here. She expects to return Ir31
returned Sunday from Pendleton, in observance of tho birthday an- the univerHitieH there. He oxjM'cts 14 years.
where they attended the roundup. niversaries of the menil>erH of the 1o leave for home October 8 mid purse.
at the home of her daughter, Mrs
reach here in time to fill his pulpit
Tho alumni association of the Charles Horton.
Mrs. Horton is
Resolutions of Condolence.
on Sunday, Novenib'»* 2.
Cottage Grove high school will hold an artist and Mrs. Woodard is
line of automobile springs.
Whereas: Our Heavenly Father in
a meeting at 7:30 tonight in tlic taking up the study of painting un
his inyxteriouH wisdom has taken
Hamloth & Rohde, south 7th
Weather Report for Soptember.
high school auditorium.
line of bakery goods. 1
The weather for tho month of front our midst our beloved brother,
Galloway writes insurance.
Mrs. Harry Hart, Mr». J. Sams
variably you’ll get the a
September was as follows: Mean Thomas Allen;
Charles VanDenburg, of Eugene,
Harry Neet returned Friday from and Mrs. A. C. Spriggs attended
Sept. 29.—Mrs. Wm. Slater re- j maximum, 74.8; mean in i n i mu m
Bo it resolved, that
swer, “Great! Simply IJ
Dunsmuir, Calif., where he visited the Lane county convention of the
was hero Tuesday.
turned Friday of last week from 43.7; mean, 59.25; maximum. 9(1 Grove Rebekah Ixidgo No.
W. C. T. U. held Wednesday of
licious!” And we’ll add
at the home of a cousin.
Sol, Leona and Mabel Wirth re Eugene, when fhe had her tonsils i on September 12; minimum. 31 on lost n member who has been a loyal
Pure and Who! esomc, too.
Mrs. Carl Price and small son last week in Creswell.
turned Tuesday evening from Ba removed.
September 22; p«*i<*ipital ion 2.52; faithful I worker in the <
M iss Margaret Lnjoie was a i clear days, IS; partly cloudy, 7; many years; that the
Bookkeeping outfits of every kind.
Thomas returned to their home in
ker, where they visited nt
Portland Sunday, after a week’s The Sentinel.
homes of two of theij sisters, The Creswell visitor Saturday.
thereof extend to the
Mrs. Tom Johnson a nd Sarah
visit at the home of Mrs. Price’s
trio made the trip by motor bot h
The Hugh Tninnell family, Oliver
relatives their most nine
parents, Mr. and Mis. D. H. Hem- Nichols and Mrs. Haggerty and
ways, a distance of about 1000 I^ajoie were shoppers in Cottage
pathy in their hour of
.Mr. and Mrs. Heinenway daughter, all of the Coast fork,
mile«, in a little less thnn 34 hours.
The library report for September that a copy of thdso ri
The Frank Mackie family re
took Mrs. Price and son to Eugene motored to Salem Friday.
was as follows: Number of fiction be sent thè beren red f
Trunnell and children remained for
copy spread on our reci
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Smith, of a trip to Pendleton, Ore., and I Bl y taken 513; non-fiction , 38; jtivmiile, another copy published in
Misses Hattie and Winnie Txni Melrose, who were returning home
To buy veal and beef, phone a visit w’ith her parents, Mr. and
265; total, NIB. Fifteen new <ar<G
Mrs. J. I). Anderaon. while the dess and K. K. Smith, of Pori land,
tag« Grove Bontuud.
129-R, Bill Bartels.
* ! others
Cody Politico, of ’Eddyville, was a were issued during the month.
returned homo Sunday. All mid Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Ixindt-ss, from Tacoma, spent the week end
hero ut the homes of their children, week-end visitor nt the Walter
The William Hoover family, wlio ! attended the state fair Saturday.
of Wendling, were guests Sunday Mrs. A. W. Helliwell, Mrs. Peter
had been visiting at the IL . L.
C. A. Rasch writes that they at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
Taylor home, left Saturday for , have moved from Redmond, Ore., liam La.nd<Wi, jKirents of Mr. Ixin- Nelson and Marvin Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pentieo and
(Special to The Sentinel.)
their home in Marysville, Kans.
i to Terrebone.
dcss and tho Misses Landess.
ily in Cottage Grove Sunday Inst. !
j cd pointer Saturday in Eugene.
Mina Mildred Robbins had an
Card of Thanks,
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Smith and son
Scholl’s specs make you see.
The A. B. W<dfnr<l people and Wednesday from British Columbia,
abscess on her neck lanced hist
Spirella corseta, girdles, brassieres
Wo wish to thank tho many
Mr«. Blutor motored to Eugene where he spent the summer.
William Witte, of Portland, a
Thursday’ in a Eugene hospital.
end at tho John Trunnel home.
W. 1>. Collins and family have friends for the kind sympathy and
Her mother, Mrs. M. C. Robbins. former resident of this city, bus
305 8. Sixth St., phone, 137R.
o2-9p Tu«»sday of last week.
beautiful floral offerings tendered
Why take a chance as to where
Paul Barnett arrived from Butte returned from sending several us following the death of our dear
! tainod several painful burns on one
accompanied her to Eugene.
Those from outside here Satur dale, B. C„ Thursday of last week months ut Agnus, Ore., mid are
of his legs Bunday evening while
husband and futher, Biiniou R.
day for the funeral of Mrs. Oora
See Scholl and see your on
a hunting trip near Talent. He can buv it from a dependable Milne were John Milne, of Seaside, to join Mrs. Barnett and children,! living on tho F. E. Babcock place. Brand.
was lying near a camp fire and
MRS. CAROLINE M. BRAND,
the husband; Stewart Milne and I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. N. mid Mr. mid Mrs. Glen Green were
Mist» Mary Young. who is a his clothing caught fire. He is a cars.
MARGARET BRAND EMMONS,
Mr. and Mrs. William Mathers and | Dresser.
lissionary to Korea and who is ¡ brother of Carl Witte, of this city.
LEO J. BRAND.
Mrs. James' Rigby has been cn-
Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Teeters, Mr. |
i« visiting nt the home of her
Mrs. Caroline Brand and son and [Teeters’ mother and Ralph Teeter«,! joying a visit from his cousin, .Mr.
sister. Mrs. John Wallace, and with
her daughter, Mrs. Charles Me daughter, Leo and Mrs. Harris Em I of Silk creek, were gue«ts nt the Davis.
Chester Grimes, of Scio. Ore.,
i mons and the latter’s non Junior i Marion Lebow home recently.
arrived yesterday from Seattle to I Mr«. D. P. Caldwell and daughter ited Saturday at the home of his
John Wallace is improving slight
uncle J. D. Grimes, While in (-Ot
attend to business affairs.
were in the Hollow Saturday.
ly from a nervous illness caused
Grove on his way here he
Rig double sale _ ___________________
of aluminum Mrs. 8. E. Droaner, of London, ' tago
by high blood pressure.
fractured his nrm in two place«
Generator, starter and ignition „ . ~
The L. A. H. club will meet while cranking his car.
work done in a shop equipped for Fair Sore.
with Mr«. Lealie Weeks Wednesday,
Drop in and hoc our
It is just na well man doesn’t un
Charles O’Brien, of Portland, tho first meeting for several weeks.
Ray Nelson. was a guest Tu«»«dnv night of Mr,
I. N, Dresser and Paul Barnett derstand woman, for it might be
and Mrs. George Young. He was made a busi nena trip to Eugene | unpleasant to know how she came
Mrs. Frank Smithson, of Eugene, a resident of this city 27 years Tuesday.
50 lbs Spuds, Netted Gem...............
is visiting at the home of her ago.
50 lbs Onions, Yellow Denver........
«laughter, Mrs. M. P. Garoutte.
Mrs. Max Stewart returned yes JONE8 AND RICHMOND TO
If we haven’t exactly what you
50 lbs Prunes, New Crop.................
START BLACK BUTTE MILL
Mrs. Ida Miller returned Satur terday from Portland where she
want—or can’t produce it—if it is 1 630 Main P. 8. Bukowski, Prop.
day from a week’s visit in Salem Lad been taking medical treat
50 11>8 Beans, Cal. Small White...
Robert Jone«, of Eugene, and anything in the printing line—we I......................
at the home of her brother, A. P. ment«.
50 lbs Flour, Best Ilardwheat........
Fred W. Richmond, of Greenville. can get it for you.
Smith, and in Portland at the
Offiee equipment of various kind«. Mich., have organized the Black
home of her nioce, Mrs. L. P.
50 lbs Oyster Shell
tf Butte Lumber company and are
Clarence Btoneburg. fx*«lie Hull
50 lb« Salt, Half Ground.................................................... 50c
a 30,000 rapacity plant, to
The Sentinel ii entitled to and Claude Plaster returned Tues moving
Black Butte from Peoria. Opera
50 lbs Sugar....................................................................... $4.15
the «aleebook buonese of Cot day evening from a hunting trip jtiona will start about November 1.
50 lbs Cabbage.....................................................................$1.75
tage Grove on the basil of in the Bohemia district.
About 30 men will be employed and
CHAS A BEIDLER, Prop—Phone 57
Mr. and Mrs. K. Swectland, of William Carley, of this city, ha«
quality and price.
50 lbs Wheat.................................................................... $1.25
Mr*. A. Ralph Spearow and her Portland, arrived yesterday for a been employed an foreman.
Barrie’s Worm Emulsion for the pullets.
50 lba Squash.................................................................. $1.25
daughter Jean and Mr«. Spearow’« visit at the home of Mr». ^we«*t company has contracted for 65,
and Scratch will get tho eggs for
Check over the list—lay in your wintr’s supply—these
mother, Mrs. Hcboenerk, returned
Mrs. Eugene Oard and daughter
Thursday last from a three weeks’
every sack is guaranteed.
are all good bargains with to-day’s market conditions.
When you got behind with your
Margaret, of Innisfree, Alberta
outing at Newport.
bills there is always the devil to
CANNED VEGETABLES--New crop of tomatoes, beans
THE COW Milk Producer once tried always
Mr. and Mr«. Mentor Boney and
and peas; let us quote you prices on a down cans.
son Gefirge. Mfl. Kia«ev. Mimw*» the winter here at the homes of
a sure milk getter.
Mae and Etb? I Kinsey. Mrs. R. E.
After all, a man’» action« in hi«
BRAZIL NUTS—New crop; special for thia week—
Howe and «laughter. Miss lx>la. all J. E. Tate and Mrs. J. N. Town. home are the true teat of character.
Seed Grains and Grawu*H.
• • •
1 pound for 20c, 5 pounds for 90c.
of Eugene, were guests Sunday at
William H. Blair, of Portland,
the home of Mr«. K. K Mill*, wa« here this w««ek on business.
Ke«*leane<l oat«, cheat, vetch, and oats and vetch.
No man .» no color blind that h<*
daughter of Mrs. Howe.
Mr and Mr«. B M. Hawley, of can't recognise the l»ng green.
GRASSHS Orchard, Mowpiite, Hiiglinh and Italian rye,
Why fool along with that old Hharpe «reek. «prat the week end
wreck whoa rou ran trade it to at the D. R Humant and EII mt
It do«*« not «on nd reaaonai»le to
timothy aud lawn gra«*. H«tl ami white clover need.
N**l«oa and get something better! Mmith hoVtew.-
«ay that matches are mad«* in h«*a
The Store That Appreciates Your Trade
A car of good alfalfa hay ju«t unloaded
Miss Pearl Griner, of lx* An
Mr«. N. J. Nelson Jr. an«l non ven
t».. when - all the aulphur ¿5 in the
gelew. and M imi Ida Nelson, of nod daughter, BoU>v and Maxine, ¡other piare.
Like a Flash-light to Help
You Avoid Pitfalls
Mrs. Dwight Weir is spending
the week at McMinnville with rela
Used automobiles of quality and
price. Nelson’s Service Station.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Tyson, of
Eugene, were visitors Sunday at
the Herbert Eakin home.
Miss Sylvia Veateh, a student
at tho U. of (_>., spent the week
end witn her |»arents, Mr. and Mrs.
John M. Veateh.
O. W. Rapp, a former clerk for
Knowles & Graber, was here from
Ooburg Saturday on business.
BANK OF COTTAGE GROVE
*| Tales of the Town
Make the Children
The Cottage Grove
501b Specials 501b
For Saturday, October 4th
We Hob, Curl and j
The Economy Feed and Grocery Store