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COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1924
fordsville and Brownsville. They ning of last week with Mrs. H. 0. i
were in Eugene when the round- R om *.
Mr«. Angelo Perini visited Bun-
the-world fliers arrived. Mr. Huys
saw them when they started on day afternoon at Anlauf.
their long trip several months ago.
There will be a special school
(Special to Tho Sentinel.)
Sept. 29.—Mrs. Earl Layton mid meeting Monday evening, Oct. 6.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
daughter Patsy arrived Wednesday
Sept. 29.—Mrs. Jessie Lowry and
FEWER FATALITIES IN NEW YORK
from Seattle to spend the winter
of Walker, spent Sunday
with Mrs. Layton’» parents, Mr.
first six months of 192*, with an Increase of Go.txsi regis
and Mrs. F. A. Gore.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
tercd motor cars recorded, there were fewer <-.-i-unities per car and tower
Sept. 29.—Mr. and Mr.s. Tom 1>. Heath home.
Mrs. B. A. Pruett returned Satur
Among those in Cottage Grove fatalities In New York City than for the previous six months period t redit
day from Portland, where s'ie vis Cowing and daughters motored up
ited relatives for several days.
j from Gresham Saturday to visit Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. W’m. is largely due to the Bureau of Public Safety, ably directed by Special
Mr. anil Mrs. Emery B osh and i relatives here. Mrs. Louiae Kibby Hands, Ednti Hands, Mrs. Waldo Deputy Police Commissioner Barron Collier
On July 1, 1924. there were 377,666 registered motor vehicles in New
daughter Ruby, of Harrisburg, who had spent tho summer with Miller, Helrna Miller, Mr. and Mrs.
npent tho week end with the her daughter Mrs. Cowing, returned Melvin Hanna and Mr. and Mrs. York while a year ago there were 317,362 Placed in a line, allowing .10
feet to a car, the 877.666 cars would extend over 2145 miles.
Charles l’owell family.
homo with them.
Mrs. Amanda Sears returned last
Commissioner Collier believes that authority for police regulation of
Warren Newton and family, of
Mr«. Ma tibia Jones, of Cottage
Independence, visited Sunday with . Grove, spent the week end nt the week from a visit with her daugh pedestrians to compel them to cross streets at proper crossings and more
severe penalties for reckless driving are measures greatly needed.
A. S. Newton and family. Th» homo of her son Floyd.
men aro brothers.
Mrs. Emma Davis »nd daughter, Marshfield.
Carl Small and Arthur Combs of Springfield, vixited over the
HOW TO STOP ACCIDENTS
wore in Salem from Wednesday till I veek end with her parents, Mr. under way all summer is practically
Friday attending tho state fair.
I anri Mrs. John Palmer.
Tlie National Automobile Chamber of Commerce, after an exhaustive
The farmers have been taking analysis
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hays .mid
Mr. and M th . B. M. McVicar and
of motor vehicular accidents makes tlie-e recommendations:
little daughter, of Ixiranc, attended Mr. nnd Mr.s. L. I,. Farmer, of advantage of tho good weather af
1. Thirty six per cent of fatalities reported in one month were chil
and later were Enumclaw, Waxh., xpent laxt week ter the heavy rainfall of hist week dren. Adequate play grounds must be provided. If necessary, special
dinner guests of Mr. and .Mrs. on their place and visited friends ami tiro getting a great deal of fall streets can lie reserved at play areas. Education, in crossing at cross valks,
M r. anil Mrs. W. D. Heath were and observance of other traffic conditions included in the school courses.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sutherland
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Sewn rd, or
2. In ni-et accident, motor vehicles strike pedestrians. Safety roues
guests one day last week
were dinner guests of Mr. mid Mrs, Marcola, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Fred
protect pede-trhns m deprive the motorist of any excuse for careles-ness.
T. B. Roberts nt Anluuf Sunday.
Frost, spent Sunday with Mr. nnd of Mr. anil Mrs. Fred Frost, of
8 Buffalo has stuoied its flow of traffic, knows the time and causes of
Miss Jennie Elmore spent the Mrs. Harry Castle.
its accidents, and applies remedies. Ail cities should approach the subject
week end with home folks on Row
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Brumbaugh
on this scientific basis.
visited Sunday with Mrs. Brum
Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Hays a nd baugh’s sister, Mrs. James Porter,
MAKE HIGHWAYS SAFER
granddaughter Grace returned Hun in Cottagf» Grove.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
day from a trip to Eugene, Craw-
Mr. and Mrs. F. Whippx and
daughter Gladys xpent Sunday with turned from Washington and plans ber of automobile accidents at grade
croaiiugs certain railroads have de
to enter <>. A. C. at mid-term
Mr. ami Mrs. G. Duerxt.
A special school meeting will be cided to prosecute those who crash
held Friday, October 3, lit the high through closed gates, thus damaging
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school fr the purpose of deciding railroad property.
whether to light the school build
Cottage Grove People Advise You
(Special to The Sentinel.)
ings and, if so, the method to bo
The time will come when all much-
to Act in Time.
Hept. 29—Mr. and Mrs. H. B. em ployed.
traveled highways will pass overhead
Iler and family motored to Bull
Eleven freshmen were initiated cr underneath, railroad tracks.
1» failing health making you un- i fountain Sunday, returning Monday Friday night at the annual fresh
caxy and unhappy! Arc you tired, morning of last week.
weak and dispirited! Buffer daily
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dodge, ac
Signs indicating that streets are
Dntn Janzen spent a few days
backache and stubbing rheumatic! com pan ied 1 by Mr. a and Mrs. Ben * hero
—.j last week. He is takiug for- one-way streets should be illuminated
twinges! Then look to your kidneys! Wilson, of the Grove, , went to Elk- est ry at O. A. O.
Tho J kidneys
— — i. head < ~
blood * filters,
• • •
A. M. Winn »pent the week end
Once they weaken, the whole system '
Louis Promnzzi has been building with hi» family in Corvallis.
It is good for the pedestrian and
is upset. You have ( dizzy
spells,! onto his burn during the pnst week.
A barn owl is at present the pet good for the motorist to make it
headaches and urinary irregularities
j yy Fisher, no- of the biology class at the high easy to operate u motor car.
Nothing irritates the pedestrian
You feel all worn out. Use Doan s companied by Mr. Fisher’s mother, school.
quite so much and rightfully so as
• • •
Pills—a stimulant diuretic to the ’ who had visited here for a month,
when the thoughtless motorist stops
Parts liavo been assigned for the
recoin men d wont to Alvndore Sunday and spent
The cities with the most motor cars his cur—waiting to cross the street—
Doan’s. Here is Cottage Grove tho day with relatives. . Mrs. Sarah
directly in the path of the pedestrian.
bo given by the high school early •re the most prosperous.
V I'ishor remained there.
Mrs. Ella L. Wilson, 1—16 Asli: George Miller has rented his
Mrs. M. C. Smith returned Wed
it is getting more difficult to get
Ave., says: 441 gladly recommend. f»rm hind to Louis Premazxi.
nesday from a visit in Eugene.
44 Drinks booze there.—Cherokee Chief.
Doan’s Pills as I know they are n I Mr nnd Mrs H 8troetori
Harder to Get in New York City.”
good remedy, My kidneys
' (tottago Grove, visited Sunday
This can mean only one thing—
Others come here for printing.
irregularly nnd I felt run down. I'_
that some guy speeded up with his You are already here. Patronize
knew my kidneys caused this|~
(Special to The Sentinel.)
drinking in order to get into the the live wire print shop for every
Sept. 30.— Mr. and Mr». Harry city; it couldn’t possibly mean that thing in printing.
strengthening my back and kid- |
Conner, of Eugene, wero week end
visitors at the C. C. Conner home.
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don’t —
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Witcher were
simply ask fur a kidney remedy— WANTED—OLD RAGS. MUST BE
get Doan’s Pills the same that| large and clean. The Sentinel, c dinner guests Sunday at the I jiw -
re neo Brown home.
Mrs. Wilson had. Foster-Milburn
MONEY FOR YOU—I’AY CASH
Co.. Mfrs., Buffalo. N. Y.
The Fred Witcher family spent
for your wantads and get three Sunday nt the Walls home below
insertions for tho price of two. tfp Eugene.
Edmond Way nnd two boy com-
FOR BALE—TRAP NESTS.
A pnniotu, of Albany, were Sunday
bargain if taken at once. One guests at tho M. A. Horn home.
brooder, 1000 chick capacity, cheap.
Tho Oscar Jackson family spent
See J. 11. Heard, 322 Second street. Sunday nt the Clyde Wright home
a21tfc below Walker.
Mrs. Wheeler and Renn Oornutt,
WE HELL LATE MODEL, HIGH
est grade typewriters at low of Eugene, visited at the A. W.
prices and on easy terms. Wo also
The Misses Lucile and Mary and
handle all makes of adding ma
Every machine is thor Weldon Cornutt wero home over
oughly rebuilt and guaranteed. Buy Sunday and had as their guests
a machine and pay like rent. Miss Mary Snauer nnd Lloyd
Royal Sales Co., Inc., 500 Oregon Armes, oi Cottage Grove, nnd Miss
Bldg., Portland, Ore.
tf-sn Eleanor Nixon.
John Wali|gn. of Eugene, is here
FOR HALE OR TRADE FOR A painting tho farm building of the
smaller pin co in or near Cottage M. A. Horn place.
Grove, a 23 acre ranch, mile west
Mrs. John Young, of Portland,
of Saginaw. Four-room house, good visited nt the Oscar Jackson home
burn, splendid location for chicken Monday and Tuesday.
ranch. C. C. Moody.
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Hodges mid
little son were Eugene visitors
BUICK ti TOURING. 1917 MODEL, Monday afternoon.
for siilo at $200. Cur in good
Tho O A. Moore family wore
condition and tires are practically Eugene visitors Tuesday afternoon.
■ “ ■
Mr. mid Mrs^ George Kent and
north Sixth street, or
phono daughter, of Kansas, who have
an extended visit here with
I TON FORD TRUCK FOR HALE relatives
The charm of California'» gol
or trade. 1» in good condition. Californio.
den m nah In« bwi’mo lucre*»,
W. W. Chrisman, Dorenn, Oregon,
ingly alluring at thia »eaaon.
I Neighborhood News !
TP AFFIC T* IKS
Use 3% of your gross receipts for advertising
and increase the volume of your business 10%
Is Your Health Slowly
i| '♦ » 1
Knowles & Graber
Not How Low a Price but HOW GOOD FOR THE MONEY
Plan to Join the thousands u ho
migrate «a»h year to Califor
nia’s wimdrous playgrounds.
Eniov the healthful outdoor life
and pleasures through the win
ter montlis. Take advantage of
Soutkem Pacific low hires and
comfortable, convenient ser
Gii via tne scenlu Shasta nxitet
Ita mountains, valleys and riv-
•ra these will command your
JW t*« “Californio"-«.«*!«/
onJfuU railroad information,
H. A. MORSE, Agent
After Every Meal
O. I. C. PIGS FOR SALE.—J. E.
(Bpecial to The Sentinel.)
Dunnavin, 1miles out London
Sept. 29.—Raymond Wicks left
road, phone 15F11,
x25 <>9p by motor Monday for eastern
Oregon on a hunt.
Walter England returned Tues-
day from Holland Meadows, in the
FOR SALE.— Bohemia district, where he worked
1« in good this summer.
Mrs. Charles Pitcher and children
condition. Mrs. Clara Burkholder,
225 north Lane street.
s!8-o2p returned to their home in Bilver
Lake last week after a visit with
FOR RENT RESIDENCE PROP relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh VanSchoiack
erty nt 809 south Sixth street.
Mrs. S. A. Hill, Curtin, Ore., phono iiind children returned to their homo
Umatilla last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Combs, of
Eugene, spent Sunday at the Chas.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bales, of
Mount View, spent Sunday at the
IT. S. Bales home.
I'OH SALE Iti INCH OAK WtXID,
$•'< per tier.
E. A. Doolittle,
I hone 3PF12,
OAK WOOD $'OR BALE.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Sept. 23.—Lionel Haight has Tu-
»25-o9p entered the U. of O.
The social neighbors were ei*
WANTED FARM HAND. SINGLE tertained Wednesday of last week
num. Wng.-s p,.r month. $10 mid at the home of Mrs. Oval Powell.
E. W. Eynnson, Lorane.
The three Nixon families, the
Oro., phone 27F32.
s25-oi»p two Kent families and the C. A.
FOR BALE PIGS. NINE WEEKS Moore family attended the Kansas
old, nlxo h good work horse, six picnic in Hendrick’s imrk at Ku-
v .- hts old and weighs about 1150 gene Sept. 21.
It’s the longest-lasting
confection you can buy
—and It’s a help to di
gestion and a cleanser
x lor the mouth FORMAI 1: 5»H) Pl’Ll.ET», WHITE
J and teeth.
I eghorn Hollywood strain, hatched
(»is'eial to Tho Sentinel.)
Sept. 22. Mrs. Sylvia Rathbun
and three daughters arrived Mon
ben«-lit as well as »bove Dorenn on old Messenger dav morning from Idaho to nuike
their homo with J. W. Mathews,
WANT TO BUY TWO GOOD who is Mrs. Rathbun's father.
Norman Tucker and family, of |
cows, must test 51». Also 4 tons
of oat straw. J, C. Porter, city, Marshfield, are recent arrivals and
«2-lip have rentul tho Siefort property.
J. P. Parker has moved his fam
FOR KENT FIVE ROOM FIR ■Iv into the house recently vacated
niched house with enrage, close bv the W. 8. Cappious family.
in. Mee owner after 5 p. m. .1(15
««with Sixth wtrvet.
An Iowa girl, enroute to visit
FOR RALE IMO >X>KD TOURING friends
in Now York, entered tho
in gnmj condition. tirva nearly
city by the Hudson tnnnel, the«.
new. Price $150
Will trade for ,o?"
good _ motorcycle.
whnt do vvu think of the
o2 Irtp eitrf“ they asked on her arrival
I couldn’t say.’* .he r,.p|,t>t|
FOB SME \ TE\M 0P WORK
I ve had only a worm ’»eye
OH at Rrrsiee Gnmge,
earner Ruth and Main Rts.
Dollarweb suspenders, longer than the ordinary suspender, trim
ming non corrosive brass, extra heavy live rubber, genuine first
quality leather tips. Light enou gh for dress wear, strong enough
for a work suspender. Guaranteed for six months’ satisfactory
wear. Price ..........
Better Shoes for Less Money
No. 75—Men’s all leather Eski
We have a full and complete
mo calf 16 in. top, blucher, moc
stock for women, men, girls and
casin tip, double oak sole, Mun
boys. Wool, wool and cotton,
son last. Easy on the feet, but
fleeced cotton and cotton rib.
built for hard service. Price
Our Athena underwear, manu
factured by the largest dry
goods house in the world, we
No. 235—Men’s all leather, dark
believe is better than any other
brown calf blucher, moccasin
underwear made for the price.
tip, double oak sole to heel, soft
N g . 107 Athena children’s union
and pliable, Munson easy last.
Pure white wool, soft as
The best, durable, comfortable,
elastic. Knit to fit,
work shoe. Price
strong facings, drop stitch fin
No. 165 Railroader—All leather,
ish, good lustrous pearl buttons,
heavy, durable oak sole, full
felled seams. Underwear for
vamp wing tip to protect the
health and comfort. Priced $2.00
pliable upper. A shoe for a man
Other union suits for children.
who needs a shoe for extra
Priced 90c, $1.10, $1.25, $1.50.
service. Price.. .............. $4.50
Tied-Easy No. 1344—Black
Vi’ gallon and gallon crocks, one
Dongola, plain soft toe, cushion
and two gallon jugs Jars «/>
insole, rubber heel, wide toe and
to 6 gallons.
last. A shoe especially made
I'ancy Alaska pink salmon 17c
for tender feet. Price.. _... $3.50
Preferred Stock shrimp...... 25c
Boy’s No. 400 Powerful—Full
Preferred Stock Tuna fish... 30c
vamp, all leather black calf,
Sunkist corn.......... .................19c
double sole, stitch down and
Polar \\ bite soap, 6 bars..... 25c
riveted A shoe for the bov who
Bulk citrus, per lb
does not mind rocks or mud
Macaroni, 3 lbs___
puddles. Price............... $3.50
\\ eilding Breakfast cane and
maple syrup, 1 gallon........ $2.00
No. 692 Men’s Russie Oxford—
wheat, 2 pkgs........ 25c
All leather, fancy perforations,
oats, round pkg.30c
new shade golden calfskin, rub
ber heel. As good a shoe as is
Specials Friday, Saturday
often sold for $8.50 to $9.00. Our
price —........ .........
Other oxfords in golden calf,
Full cream cheese, per lb. 23c
brown, and black. Priced $4.00,
1-»<‘ < ampbell s pork & beans 9c
$415, $4.85, $5.00 and $5.50.
Good blended coffee, 3 lbs. $1.00
Watch for Special Announcement for October 11.
C. H. BURKHOLDER