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COTTAGE PROVE SENTINEL, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1924
PLAN TO MAKE SEA
PERU AND BOLIVIA
DAY LIKE LAND DAY
CHANGE IN WANTAD RATE.
CHANGE IN DISPLAY
The following wantad rates
A party was given Saturday
The Sentinel is working out are now effective: One cent
evening at the W. P. Garoutte
a schedule of rates for adver the word, with a minimum of
home by the Sunshine girls in
35 cents for one ad. No re
Marine Revolution Makes tisers using more than five duction
honor of the Tri Mu boys. The Centenary of Overthrow of
for subsequent inser
issues during a month. Delay
Friday, Nov. 14—Richard horse creates is great, And Tri Mus were winners in a recent
Old Shellbacks Gasp.
in announcing these rates is tions, but a discount of 10
Talmage in “LET’S GO!” a comedy.
contest between Sunday school
due to the time required in cents will be given upon each
New York.—If ever there was a
lima. Peru.—Peru and Bolivia ara
The speediest, thrillingest,
classes at Latham. Supper was
production costs and insertion when cash accom
most entertaining picture
served at 5:30, followed by an preparing for what promises to be the
that the rates panies copy.
greatest celebration the two nations rules, it la on the sea. Suggest to a
of the year. Comedy and
evening of games and social
have had—the centenary of the bat- shipmaster a change In the customary harmonize therewith.
FELIX the cat.
These rates w-ill be an- If you know what you want, uso
and Jacqueline Logan, If amusement, Those present, in ad- da of Ayachueho, the conflict which rontlne If you wish to have a perfect
before bills are issued a wantad will get it for you.
Saturday, Nov. 15—“THE this roaring sea-romance
SILENT ACCUSER” with doesn’t give you the thrill
Hugh Trunnell, teachers, W. P. Far fifteen days, from December 9 pos of the recent government order November advertising will be
Elanor Boardman and Ray of your life, you’ll know
•ntll next Christmas day, the govern that time on board ship shall be calcu charged at these fates.
mond McKee in a stellar you're thrill-proof! It’s the Garoutte and R. B. Powell.
ments of both nations will stage the lated as time la calculated on land—
will be no change of rates for Modern equipment. First National
cast and the great German Leviathan
The ladies’ aid society of the celebration In Ayachueho, the literal that la, from midnight until the follow
building. Hours, 9 to 12 and
police dog, Peter The Great. “mellers’—the saltiest stir- Presbyterian church was enter- translation of which la tbe “Corner of ing midnight, Instead of from noon the present except when ad Bank
1 to fi. Evenings and Sunday« by
ringest, entertainingest of tained yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Death.”
to noon, as has been the custom for
Riipoiutment. Office uhone, 10: res-
five issues during a month.
oee phone, 184-J,
Invitations have been acknowledged centuries
’em all ! And a comedy.
D. H. Hemenway, Mrs. Carrie by almost every European and South
Sunday-Alonday, Nov. 16-
This is one of those questions which
HERBERT W. LOMBARD
Others come here for printing.
Thursday, Nov. 20—Ben Hemenway, Mrs. Lynch Currin and American nation, and tbe United consist simply of two sides; there Is
17—“KING OF WILD
Attorney at Ltw
HORSES.” Star. Rex Wilson in “NOTCH NUM Mrs. W. J. White. A delegation States Is to be represented at the fete. neither time nor space for any other You are already here. Patronize
First National Hank Building
(horse), A very fine west- BER ONE.” If you enjoy was present from Albany, the The fact that the event Is staged at quantitle«. One finds one side, and the live wire print shop for every Cottage Grove, Ore.
ern. It is a horse picture a thrilling western see this members of which gave interest tbe most desirable period of the win then one finds the other, and there Is thing in printing.
DR. C. E. FROST
with a good story, The one. Telephone Girls Com ing talks on the aims and purposes ter season, many Americans have al nothing else—no middle' ground, no
Office in Lawson building
ready engaged quarters at the leading “innards."
scenery is fine and the edy No. 2. And Interna
hotels and will take pert In the fes dozen of the other are good figures
Albany, Light refreshments were tivities.
human interest which the tional News reel.
to represent the two camps.
The change to a twice-a-
President Legula of Peru has had a
week publication has made
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staff of officials busy since early tn
Physician and Surgeon
The M. P. G. club was enter- tbe year, who. aided by tbe Bolivian
necessary the delivery of The
Evenings by appointment
tained by Mrs. W. J. Woods Tues- officials, have arranged a program of eea In ships feel that theirs is a dif Sentinel by carrier boys, who Suite 3, Kern Bldg., Cottage Grovo.
ferent world from that of the land
events which will surpass anything at
Will make deliveries Tuesday . - Entrance
street, - just
By simply shifting the gears, tho engine weighs 408,000 pounds and can
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lubbers. Undoubtedly there is some
and Friday mornings. Sub- off Main,
"Lr-4," a powerful electric locomotive l>e operated with direct or alternating served following an afternoon of tempted In either nation. While the
It was assembled in a needlework.
now in use on the Pennsylvania rail current.
Old-fashioned snap principal features of the program will
scriptions may be given to
DR. W. E. LEBOW
is wet, ours la dry in more ways than
road, can be adapted for hauling an month's time, said to be a record for dragons and marigolds were the be staged in Ayadracho, Lima will
carrier boys and single copies
also be in full dress for the occasion, one? they tell time by bells, while we
express or passenger train at a speed the Altoona shops of the railroad, and
may be purchased from them., Office Fifth and Main. Hours, 8:30
decorations, It bring the birthday
as will be all the other towns through- look at n clock; they go topside and
of 40 miles an hour, or, thrown into was exhibited in Philadelphia as the
to 12 and 1 to 5:30. Evenings and
of Mr». Chas. Adam», sot tbe republics.
below when we go up and down stairs; The carrier boys will accept Sunday* by appointment.
“lov,” where it develops a starting latest development in electrio engine*; anniversary
the club presenting her with
35. residence 13 * Y.
Anniversary of Battle.
(everywhere except in the navy), at the end of each month, at
an elegant bouquet of chrysanthe-
The opening of ths celebration will
DR. H. A. HAGEN
whereas rtfht «nd left tells direction 30 cents the month.
take place December 9, the centenary
Licensed Drugless Physician
Truly one must be a sailor rates will be given for paying
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I’hone 30. Ostrander Building,
was compered by historians to the Battle to know what ia going on aboard several months in advance.
630th Main Street, Cottage Grovo
hostess Tuesday afternoon to the of Yorktown. For as the latter con
races of life at sea and ire on land
D. A. FORBES. M. D.
Bridge club. A 1 o’clock lunch flict marked the overthrow of the Brit
has been the reckoning of a day.
Physician and Surgeon
Calls answered day or night
Now at sea. where there are no
by an aftornoon of bridge. Mrs. dependence, the fight In Ayachueho ac street signs or tire “ads" to guide
Dr. Kime ’» old office.
complished liberty for the Peruvians.
Office 33, Residence MW_______
Gaven C. Dyott won high honors.
A reproduction of the famous battle
Mrs. lima Beager and Mrs. R. win be the opening gun of the cele is to say a sum In mathematics, look
If It Doesn ’t
H. J. SHINN
Attorney nt Law and
tractive effort of 100,000 pounds, and I those commonly used being geared for
Scalp specialists will
bration and Peruvian and Bolivian ing the while to see if the sun is
tell you the bigr problem
will haul a heavy freight train at a 33-1 only one type of service, either freight club.
Chrysanthemums were used forces will be “combatants." After crossing the meridian, as It shouffi with
scalp ailments is to
Practices in all courts. Thirty years
milo-an-hour clip. Thia "two-in-one" or passenger.
the smoke of “battle" has cleared do when It Is noon. Obviously, In this get the people to form a
of experience. Bador building. Cot
consistent habit of tak
away a gigantic statue to Marshal changing world the sun
4> <P $
ing care of their hair.
tage Grove, Oregon.
Van Eaa Liquid Scalp
Tho Constellation club session in Snere will be unveiled on the bettle- Stable thing to rely on;
Massage comes in a pat
ented bottle with a spe
Masonic hall this afternoon was
cial rubber applicator
fluence It materially.
well attended. Bright fall flowers In Ayachueho a memorial pantheon
attached. The method of
gave the rooms nn artistic appear-
cleanly. The medicament is fed
Tbe city will be transformed into sure that tbe sun la running on sched-
through rubber nipples directly
anco and a dainty two-course a fair, and products of the region, in ule they can figure where they are
to the roots of tho hair whil••
luncheon was served following a cluding gold, sliver, cobalt, copper, and what time it ought to be—nay, la.
the scalp is gently massaged.
One minute a day with Van Es3
social and business meeting. Mrs. cacao, sugar, cotton, tobacco, grain, Compared with the references that
stops falling hair, relieves i tching
scalp and grows new hair. A ¡k
Earl Baldwin, Mrs. A. W. Helli alfalfa, pottery, cattle and other live can be made at midnight, this Is much
about 90-day treatment plan.
Comets and meteors
We give you a positive guarant e.
well anil Mrs. H. W. Titus were stock will be displayed. Just outside more logical.
tbe city overlooking the battlefield, an ■nd similar wanderers may disturb
THE WHITE PHARMACY
■—that is the number to call when you have a news
airdrome ha* been erected where fly stars, so It Is better to rely on the
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item. If you know an item and it doesn’t get
Mr. and Mrs. 8. L. Godard gave
■porta of the nation* Indulged In. midnight—so there’s the rub. For all
printed, the fault is yours for not taking a moment
a dinner party Tuesday in honor Special quarters, too, are being erect
these centuries, since the Phoenician
of the -rigthy-fourth birthday an ed for the housing of army and navy
to phone it in.
astronomers first gained influence over
niversary of Mr. Godard’s father. delegations from other lands.
the captains and galleys of ancient
In emergency cases, call the same number to
H. R. Godard. Mr. and Mrs. E. R.
times, day has begun at noon on board both local and internal, and has been
"Ths Corner of Death.”
successful in the treatment of Catarrh
give in your wantads. Forms close at 12 o’clock
Spencer and Mrs. Graco Van Boa
The dty of Ayaehucho Is derived ship, not at midnight And now cer for over forty years. Sold by all druggists.
from the Quechaua Indian word mean
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ing “the corner of death.” Founded change to go Into effect this coming
Our phone is for your convenience; don’t hcs-
Mr. and Mrs. E. Chaloupka en by Pl*arro in 1S80 as a military col January.
Meane Muoh Work.
itate to use it.
tertained Mr. and Mrs. DeLeur ony In the midst of a country filled
"It will mean a great deal of work
Hemenway at dinner Wednesday with discontented end threatening In
evening. A social session of five diana, the settlement helped to main and a lot of changing of tables and
tain communications between Cuaeo mathematical calculations." Raid Cap-
C. Mulvihill, Prop.
and Lima. It was strongly fortified.
tain Hartley of the Leviathan. “AU
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During the civil wars which broke the men who have learned their navt- I
Mrs. Karl K. Mills entertained out among the co n geeror*. Vaca de gatlou by tbe old rule will have to
with a covered dish supper last CBstro, the king’s representative, unlearn that and learn the new.” He
evening for her husband, who re- fought young Almagro, the rebel, ussr laughed a seagoing laugh and added:
turned f rom t he hospital n few Ayaehucho, defeating and beheading “Some fellow will figure that be baa
the half caste son of Pisarro'i original his ship Just off Chicago.
With Pearl Oil in a
“Two-in-Oite” Electric Engine Has Gear Shift
Medicine ir S s SS
City Transfer Co. well have it
in a minute/
Advertised Goods Stay on the Market
MRS. HOUSEWIFE, if you
picked up your family paper
this evening and »aw n new
baking powder ndvertisod-—
would you try that brand to
morrow I Hardly! Whyt Because
you do not know the brand. How-
do you become familiar, then, with
most of your household nece»»itiesf
Through advertising. An article
that you see advertised continuous
ly appeals to you. Your good sense
tells you that it must be right, else
it could not remain on the market.
And what advertising is to nn indi
vidual article it is to a business
institution. Advertising draws trade
to a store. If that store continues
to advertise, it is satisfying its
customers. No business can amount
to much without advertising, nor
can advertising do any business
any good unless that business lives
up to its ndvertiseinouts.
then is plainly seen why it pays to
trade with tho continuous adver
Knowles & Graber
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Silk Creek Society.
M r. and Mrs. O. H. Wheeler
held a reception at their home
Thursday evening. Sixty were pres
Fruit punch, cookies and
| doughnuts were served.
! ipiest Mr. nnd Mrs. Wheeler served
their guests. Almost every family
: in the neighborhood was repre-
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Mount View Society.
The ladies ’ missionary society
met Thursday afternoon with Mrs.
Louise Kibby. The afternoon was
• spent in piecing a quilt.
I refreshments wore served.
' Robert Allen, of Cottage Grove,
wits a guest.
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Delight Valley Society.
Tho Social Neighbor» club were
entertained Inst Wednesday after
noon at the home of Mrs. W. S.
A delicious lunch was
served by the hostess.
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The W. C, T. U. will hold their
regular meeting al the Methodist
church tomorrow afternoon.
large delegation from Eugene is
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Friday evening will be social
night at tho Eastern Star.
Toni and Jerry had offices in
tho same building; Tom was on
the twelfth floor. Jerry oa
fourth. Tom was known for
eheeriness, but Jerry was a bit
One day a par
I »a»*.'J the building, and Tom and
Jerry opened the windows in their
respective offices and looked out.
Tom lenned over too far, however,
and fell. But he was not worried
seemed, for as he p»*»cd Jerry's
window on the fourth floor, he
relied out: “I'm all right no far
partner tn tbe conquest. Later Gon-
se*o Plsarro, brother of the conqueror,
pursued and defeated L. Bia »co N u
mb , the arrogant viesroy, In Ayachu-
*bo, and In 1547 Pedro de la Gssco,
Spanish high commloeioner, here de
tested Gonsalo and then decapitated
"As for making the time conform to
lend time, that would require a lot of
We have Eastern standard
time, daylight saving time, Green
wich time and varioua others.
would be great If all the times were
made to conform—as they ought to,
by the way.“
te 1823. when the independence of
England ia conceded to be tbe coun
Peru, which apparently had been won
try which sets the pace in things mari
hot two years before, seemed to bo
time. She, together with France, Ger
loot again, Ayachueho was the scene
many, Spain and Italy, decided that
of a decisive battle against the forces
the change would be a good thing.
of th* Spanish crown. Before tbe bat
Then the United States followed suit
tle Marshal Sucre declared: "On our
and changed the nautical almanac, de
work today depends the destiny of
spite protests from some of the old
Booth America." BoUver. tho Wash
Shellbacks to whom the change was
ington of South America, had boon
Objectionable. Many of the captains,
called to the sea eoast and Sucre's
however, are not disturbed by the new
army had been harried and pursued
three days by the army of the Viceroy order.
“Errors in dates have been made
to the peart because of the old metb-
At length the two armies were
xta. and It’s reasonable to assume that
drawn up on opposing height*. Al
though th* battle opened with re after we become accustomed to tbe
■b errors wlU not occur," said
veres« for the patriots. It ended tn
flsteat of the royal troops. That «erne
afternoon th* surrender was signed
and Spain gave up tbe continent after
tesea hundred years dominion.
Lack of $25 a Year
End* English Custom
Shake Gold From Coin«
to Pay for China War
Mew York—“How ta the nettv. Ira-
pereristied warlord of China able to
pay «• soldier*. when bls exchequer,
tike that of most of the present mili
tary leader*, ia dilapidated F
This question Is subject te all sort*
of conjecture, but It ia certain that
‘tekoney Shaking" la again resorted to
with the Mm* vigor that accompanied
IBs Chtasse struggle* at tbe past
Whenever a military leader plans ■
private war he convert* moat of his
■terso. This done, he hire* »quadrons
at Ctoaeee eooltae. eeMl of whom is
0v«c a leather bag eentatnln* from
IBOO te IB00 In gold. Th* coolie* for
aaany hours keep up a ceotlnuoae
Jfagttng of their bag-imprisoned coin*
■gainst U m other causes mieroecoplr
parttriss of gold to be jarred tone*
thee* partiriae gradually collect uatll
a Steeb*« ;41* of yellow dust ac
Thio Is rareNlly poured
ont and sold. The colas tbraieelvee.
sl«h"uW> eltgtitly wo-n. ar* n«v*r
Honed tor tteotr seine ia the aativs
Rondon. Another age-old English
«■tom of tbe Dorset countryside ba*
passed, and tbe “Bl endford Bell," which
bag te4Jed twtee • day
tor centuries, will be beard there no
Blandford. • tiny village in tbe
heart of Thoma* Hardy county, la rich
ta ancient tradition, and one of tbe old
est customs was the dally ringing of •
time boil in th* church tower at one
o’clock tn the day and again tn tbe
Tbe custom goes back to a period
whan dock* were unknown to the
humble native*, who measured time by
the eon's course or were apprised of
th* hour by the ringing of a public
A oontb ago a oew rector came to
tbe village He had no objection to tbe
anctent custom, but church funds are
not whad they used to be. and the bail
ringer gats 925 a yrer. The rector ar
rued that If tbs town wanted to eon
tlnue the practice the cost should come
'ent of public funds. The town council
debated th* queetlor. long and anxiooo
ly recently, and by * majority of one
decided that BUndftad boil shall not
Piano Moving a Specialty.
good oil heater—you ran
warm up any room in the
house in a jiffy. Abao>
lutely no odor, though
you use it every hour^
the day — because Pearl
Ralph & Clarence Chestnut, Props.
Oil is entirely cooBumed
(Successor to R. W. Lancaster.)
by the flame.
In even the hot ofl
moving a specialty. We are
also equipped to haul polos,
heaters—you should am
only the highest-quality ko^
Office in E. C. Lockwood’s i
real estate office. Office ; osene. Avoid
phone, 8; residence phone, j "kerosene” or
which may mean any kind
of kerosene. Order "Pearl
Oil” by the nam* that’s
copyrighted for your pro*
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