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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1924)
COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER J3, 1924
upon the various angles of the
income tax, we have issued an
invitation to capital.
said that here it will find a wel-
come and get a square deal. With
such an invitation broadcasted
over the country, we should in
the coming years enjoy such pros
parity that millions of dollars will
be put on the tax rolls and the
tax burden will be so spread out
that we shall have little reason
of the Presbyterian church, offi-
Mondays and Thursdays
Work on the new road is pro
gressing rapid ly.
Bede k Smith.
Elder Patterson, of Sutherlin,
spoke here Haturday afternoon.
A first-class publication entered at
Cottage Grove as second class matter
Mr. Winslow wax home over the
Business Office------- 66 North Sixt1
The D. A. Estes family, Mrs. E.
M. Wheeler and Elder Patterson
By mail (Cash in advance)
were dinner guests Haturday at
One year....$2.75 I Three months .80
the Nettie Estes home.
Six months . 1.50 J One month..... 50
Miss Young and her pupils gave
an interesting Halloween program
. 1.10 FIX THE TAX LAWS THAT WE at the school house Saturday
Four months, in advance.
One year, in advance----
night. After the entertainment
lunch was sold.
With the defeat of
National Editorial Association
Oregon Stata Editorial Association tax we should not lie down ami
Oregon Newspaper Conference
cease our emteavors to rectify a
Lass County Publishers ’ Association
condition that made the demand
(Special to The Sentinel.)
for an income tax.
AN OFEN INVITATION TO
10.—The E. J. Kent family
To start with we might make
the incomo from bonds and securi left Thursday for Portland, ex
pecting to return Monday evening.
Regardless of what our opinions ties taxable.
They visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray
may be us to the advisability of
Nixon and friends in Salem.
having an income tax, we must ( goods back on the tax rolls. Tak
The John Walden family, of
ing household goods off the tax
admit that tho vote by which
rolls relieved the little fellow of Eugene, were overnight guests Hat
it has been done away with is
and re urday at the M. A. Horn home.
an open invitation to capital to | a few pennies in taxes
The Social Neoghbors enter-
come to Oregon to invest. The
tai nod their families at the school
fact that wo had the tax and
We might adopt some form of house Saturday evening. The pro-
have now done away with it,
tax. Every roxident 21 years gram was a surprise and repre-
makes the invitation the stronger.
seated an old fashioned school,
of age should pay some tax.
There is no
were played snd refresh-
an incomo tax coming the near-
should have a workable, sensible mentn were served at a late hour,
est to being theoroticaliy cor-
system for tho equalization of
Mrs. Lowell Benston, of Sagi-
rect. In lovying taxes it is nec-
naw, and her guest Mrs. David, of
essary to tax thoso who have the taxes.
There is no reason why a per Blodgett, were dinner guests of
money with which to pay. A tax
living in Cottage Grove Mrs. W. A. Keene Wednesday.
upon actual incomo
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Andrews, of
about as close as it is possible should pay on two or three times
came up Saturday and
to get- in taking from thoso who
have. There may bo some ques a person in Eugene having the are spending a few days visiting
tion about the fairness of the same or a larger amount of prop- old neighbors here.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Nixon and
graduated tax. The possessor of erty, yet that is tho condition
a large income is likely to feel now. And that is in hundreds of the M. A. Horn family were dinner
guests Sunday at the Oscar Jack-
much the same as the owner of cases, not in an isolated case.
There should be equalization son home.
real estate, who now bears the
W. A. and Howard Keene were
burden, although it would bo some boards in every community to
what refreshing to see the pos equalizo the assessments in the Eugene visitors Monday afternoon.
Then thoro should
incomes pay communities,
their fair share for a while and be a county equalization board to
give tho little fellow a rest, Be equalizo tho assessments between
ing among the so-called little fol tho communities,
(Special to The Sentinel.)
board, under the present sys-
lows, the idea appeals to us.
Nov. 10.—Mr. and Mrs. Roy
But, regardless of our opinions tern, doesn’t get very far. ' The Garoutte and son Ceaford and Ed
state makes a feeble attempt ; at Yancey returned Wednesday from
equalising the assessments bo- a visit in Klamath Falls.
NEW YORK STAR DANCE
COMING TO ARCADE tween counties.
Mrs. Raybould, of Canada, spent
Under the present system the
last week at the home of her
taxpayer who does not hold hix brother, Carl Campbell.
assessment down to tho lowext
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Arne, of
possible notch knows that he ix
Mount View, visited Thursday with
going to pay some of the other
friends at Dorena.
fellow’s share of tho taxes. The
Arthur Bales went to Rujada
average assessment upon property
Thursday on business.
in Lane county, real and personal,
Mrs. D. M. Baker and grand
is not a quarter of its marked
daughter, Maliel Robinson, returned
value—is not a fourth of what
Saturday from spending a few
would be asked foT it by those
days in Eugene with relatives.
The taxpayer, as n rule, merely
The Lee Thomason family moved
wishes to know that ho pays in
tho same proportion as the other to the Bohemia Lumber company
mill at Divide last week.
fellow. Wo need a cruise of all
the property in tho county, not
of timber alone.
W% would better make tho tax
laws fair and equitable before
trying out new ideas.
By special arrangement Manager
More lock has booked the King
rond show for one night, Sunday,
November 16. This is a company
of 15 who have been playing the
better theaters from Lox Ange lex
to Seattle and are now playing re
turn dates on their return south.
They are highly endorsed by pub
lie nnd press anti a feature at
traction is Marjorie King, a Dtp
feature dancer of the Follies and
Shubert«, Now York, and her Cali
fornia Poppy Girls.
The Stork is the bill offered and
it is mid to be a ripping comedy
hit mid ably presented by the
(Special to Tho Sentinel.)
Nov. 10.— George Teeters re-
turned Friday from Eugene, where
he had been for some time in a
H. Burcham and Mr. Dorrell re-
turned Thursday evening from a
trip to Oakridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Clare Parks, of
Eugene, visited over the week end
at the J. A. Ashby home.
A 2H-mill special school tax
was voted at a taxpayers’ meeting
Mr. Skvles returned the Inst of
the week from Astoria, where he
went to vote.
Sprague wore married November 5
at Eugene, Pastor A. H. Saunders,
Two gold fish and a crystal bowl FREE
with a 50c box of Lac Lax, the delicious
Lac-Lax tablets are mild. hariiileas and effective,
Grown folks like them and the children delight in
them, became they are just like little candy mint».
We are introducing them with the gift of gold finh
oil’ll be delighted with both, we know—
so hurry and get yours before they are all gone.
KEM’S for DRUGS
C. J. KEM
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Nov. 10,—The poles for the high
school lights are all set, with pros
poets for lights by the end of the
Tho Walker high school was de
feated last Friday night in
basketball game at Drain.
score was 32 to 16.
The Imsketball game next Friday
with Creswell will have to be
played at Creswell because of
mud and water in the gymnasium.
Mildred Andrews, of Corvallis,
who with her parents have been
visiting friends in Delight Valley,
wax a visitor at tho high school
Mrs. M. C. Smith visited Hatur-
day and Bunday in Delight Valley.
Lyle Lowry, “Hazey” Wolford,
Johnny Smith and Pete Hodson
attended tho basketball game at
Drain Friday night.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Nov. 11.—Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Castle took their son Douglas to
Eugene Wednesday for medical
Mr. and Mrs. George Ihiernt
spent Bunday with Mrs. Dnerat %
grandmother, Mrs. Lutheria Dow-
ens, of Mount View.
Mra. Thena Miller, Mrs. Anna
Lyons and Mrs. Sarah Rawlings
visited Thursday with Mrs. Ma
tilda Jones, cf Cottage Grove.
Finley Whipps spent Saturday
night with his son Nelson in Cot
Mr. aad Mrs. Harry Castle and
family spent Bunday with Mr*
Castle's sister, Mrs. Claude Iron,
of Mount View.
(Hpwcial to The Beati asi.)
Nov. 11.—Mrs. ft C. Moody to
visiting relatives at Hherwood.
Carl Allen, of Portland, visited
1 Bunday at the home of his
! pareats, Mr. aad Mrs. J. Altea.
Tveoday being Anrlsties .lay.
then was no school
A big slide oa the S. P. right at
way jest north of Saginaw hep*
the extra crew out most of Sun
day night before it was made
safe for trains.
The convention of the Chris-
tianx starts Thursday morning at
the Bartlett Johnston place. Meet-
I ings will be held up to and includ
ing Sunday at 10, and 7:30.
A. L. Woodard has been loading
<mt the luiutier formerly owned by
the Saginaw Lumber company and
has cleared up meat of it.
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Moody and
little son, of Cottage Grove, visited
at the Judson Allen home Sunday.
A Three-Bagger.—Smith, being
introduced to golf for the first
time, had hit the ball a terrifie
whack, and newt it half a mile.
"Now where do I run to,” ho
cried excitedly.—Toronto Telegram.
and pay the best priee, 6 cents the FOR SALE—BALED BROWN OAT
pound. The Sentinel.
straw, delivered in ton lots. Hugh
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GUARANTEED HOSIERY, SAM-
pies your size free to agents. FOR BALE—460 EVERBEARING
Write for proposition paying $75
strawberry plants. $1.50 per 100.
weekly full time, $1.50 an hour) I Will deliver to The Sentinel office.
spare time, selling guaranteed ho J. E. Banton, phone 23F21.
siery to wearer; must wear or !--------------------------------------------------- 1
replaced free. Quick sales, repeat A NO. 1 FORD SEDAN, EXTRA.
shape, for sale or will trade i
mills, 6234, Norriston, Pa.
n!0jllc2 for good
hay or grain. C. A. Beidler, |
WANTED—DAY BOARDERH AT
my residence, 38 Twelfth street,
Mrs. Flora McGee.
WANTED — TO
owner of good ranch for sale.
Blate cash prise, full particulars.
D. F. Bush, Minneapolis, Minne
LOST. — MAN’8 CRAVEMETTE.-
Return to Sentinel office fofN
FOR RENT.—TWO-ROOM FUR
nished nppartment. One sleep-
ing room. 37 N. 6th St.
FOR QUICK SALE—TERMINAL
Cafe in Terminal Hotel, Rose
burg—owner returning to Alaska
—come and see it.
FOR SALE—NEW HOME SEW
ing machine. Mrs. Elbert Smith
Fifth k Quincy. Phone 166J. nl0tf2
FOR SALE—WAGON, TEAM AND
harness, or would sell team
separately. Weight of team about
1700 or 1800 pounds each. R. E.
Lackey. Phone 183R.
NOTICE TO ALL OUT OF TOWN :
people living along any mail route.
MONEY FOB YOU—PAY CASH Givo your meat orders to the stage |
for your wantads and get three driver and pay the same as if you i
insertions for the price of two. tfp came to the shop yourself. We pay
People ’a Cash
WE SELL LATE MODEL, HIGH for the delivery.
est grade typewriters at low Market, D. W. Cutsforth,
prices and on easy terms. IT.
handle al^ makes of adding ma j NOW I8 THE time TO PLAN I
Every machine is thor-| that thanksgiving dinner.
eughly rebuilt and guaranteed. Buy will have dressed Turkeys, Chickens,1
a machine and pay like rent. Ducks, Geese and Pigs, just the I
Royal Salos Oo.. Inc., 500 Oregon right size to roast. Did you ever|
Bldju Portland, Ore.
tf-sn try a Fry’s delicious ham baked
with sweet potatoes! Order now. |
OLD RAGS WANTED—NOTHING People
'a Cash Market.
tees than 8 feet square. Must be
sieaa and of material that will ab HAY FOR 8ALE, WHEAT, OATS |
sorb gasoline; old underclothing,
and cheat mixed; nice bright hay,
flannob and the like preferred. Can $15 per ton delivered anywhere
not use eld socks, mercerized or in city. Also bull for sale. L.
ds or small pieces M.
_ Powell, Delight Valley, phone j
Want the best rags ---------
35. f *24
A R eal M en ’ s S tore H ere !
Large Stocks, High Quality Merchandise
Come Today, Sir!
THE QUALITY STUPE- GOOD SERVICE
Men’s Winter Overcoats
In Best Styles and Fabrics
at Reasonably Low Prices
The New All-wool
Slip-on Sweaters for Men Are
Knitted to fit tight, with long
sleeves, vest length and V-
neck—these new sweaters are
attractive and practical for
under eoat wear. We invjln
you to see them here today.
Priced....................$4.50 to $7.50
You can be sure of overcoat satisfaction if
you make your selection from these stylish
models shown in our men’s department. The
woolens include handsome patterns, weaves
nnd colorings in both eastern and western
made fabrics—all pure wool. The coats are
carefully tailored to please particular men.
Come see them and have a try-on today.
Price range $17.00, $19.00, $21.50, $29.50 up.
WOOL MACKINAW COATS
—attractive plaid patterns in reds, brown,
gray, blue, green, etc.—fabrics that will turn
rain and give satisfaction for warmth and
wear. Prices range...... $8.50, $9.50 to $14.00
PATTERNS AND FABRICS.
Of vital importance to know is the fact
that our shirt patterns are fast in color
—you will find here, too, that our
stocks reflect our alertness to keep your
size in correct pattern styles most in
demand—we invite yon to have a look
today. Cotton madras, silk mixed and
silk shirts priced.................... $1.50 to $8.50
Wool mixed and wool shirts priced....
$2.95 to $6.00
AN EXTRA VALUE Di MEN S CAPS FOR 98c
—each cap made with wool top,
silk lined flexible visors and the
rap shapes arc all new—hardly any
two patterns alike.
New Shipment De Luxe Tailored
Caps Just Received
—we would like the privilege of
showing you the high quality fea
ture of these new De Luxe caps
large range of styles, each $2 50
HEADQUARTERS FOR RAIN CLOTHES
HERE IN COATS, SHIRTS. HATS.
TROUSERS. APRONS. UXltJlNS. BOOTS.
RUBBER SHOES AND ALL RUBBER
GOODS— LET US SHOW THEM TO YOU
Men’s Winter Shoes in Cor
rect Lasts and Leathers.
You may always expect to
find here shoes which are
correctly styled and depend
ably made—we see to it that
the shoes we sell are known
for the satisfaction they give
—and not the least, incident
ally, we see to it that our
prices are always reasonable
and right. Prices for solid
leather shoes....... $3.95 to $7.50
HERE IS UNDERWEAR YOU MAY BE LOOKING
A union suit of worsted and cotton in
a medium weight, heavy enough for
warmth and light enough for ease of
movement and comfort, all seams flat
woven—the fabrics in the union suit
woven in spring-needle, rib style, of a
fine yarn—attractive light gray color,
silk trimmed button band—each gar
ment tailored to fit—a real good value.
MEN’S NEW TIES IN FOUR-IN-HANDS AND BOWS
New siylmli atlu attractive narrow
Jacquard ties, new knitted cravats,
new silk and fibre knitted ties,
new shape-form bow ties ready to
wear, new silk and wool four-in-
hands—come to the store today.
Here is the price range_______
—................. 50c, 75c, $1.00 to $1.95
Work Shoes at Reasonable
—make us pTOvc the above heading—our
scores of customers of our work shoes arc
an indication that we are not extravagant
tn claiming reasonable low prices and all
leather. high quality work