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COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1924
her home in Portland Wednesday,
after spending a few days at the
home of her son Carl.
It Looked Like It.
A speaker, engage! to lecture
in a small town in the Alidlands,
arrived in the afternoon.
♦A* shingles in the
place seemed to be poorly pro
house, $3.50. Brick, Lune, ce
vided with bills, and he thought
ment, plaster and a lot of other
builders’ needs. S. L. Godard. Gets Figures From Former he would find out if people knew
anything at all about what was in
Victor Kem is able to be out,
Superintendent to Sup
after being compelled to take it
store for them. Accordingly he
easy at home for several days.
entered a grocer’s shop.
“Good afternoon,” he said to
We have no axes to grind, but
your trouser creases need a new
The controversy over whether or the man behind the counter,
Try the Owl way. not the county got its money’s ‘ ‘ Any entertainment going on here
Phone 81. Owl Cleaners, 410 Main worth on the London road con tonight! Anything that will help
nl3c tinues to be a live subject, due to mo to while away an evening!”
Tho storekeeper gaxvd at his
The women of the Methodist the fact that the claim made by
church realized $160 from their I | county officials that the rock was interrogator, wiped his hands and
bazaar and supper held yesterday ■ laid muyh cheaper this year than I then replied, slowly.
“Well, I expect there’s goin’ to
last, while several residents along
afternoon and evening.
tho road claim that the saving was be a lecture. I’ve been sellin ’
New Rental Library. Radio
not sufficient to make the differ- eggs all day.’’—London Answers.
Exchange, 406 Main.
n27Tc ence between crushed rock and
Charles Lacky has been appoint-
crushed gravel. In a letter pub-
Salesbooks. The Sentinel. tf2
ed administrator of the estato of
lished today in the Eugene Regis
his father, the late William H.
ter, W. T. Jones has the following
Bicycle front and rear
“I have received a statement
Presbyterian Church—E. V. Os-
wheel races at harvest festi front J. A. Elledge that may be tiander,
acting pastor during the
nl3c of interest in connection with this absence of A. Ralph Spearow.
CULTS i ANDERSON. PROP! '
George O Knowles has been ap subject. Mr. Elledge was patrol Sunday school at 10, forenoon ser
pointed a member of the county man of road district No. 15 in vice at 11, evening service ut 7:3b.
Midweek services Thursday even
budget committee from here. He 1923 and had full charge of both ing» at 7:30.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. VanDenburg I succeeds J. H. Chambers,
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who grading and rocking of the Lon-
and Mrs. Mollie Ostrander were up
—Tenth and Adams,
' -. <>/ ' from Eugeno Wednesday.
E. R. Clevenger, minister. This
K. K. Mills is home from the
Stewart for good plumbing.
church stands for the full gospel
Galloway writes insurance.
hospital and is recovering sat
Colonel J. J. Harbaugh, county that the crusher was operated in message. A welcome is given to all
Alias Viola Buford and Miss
with uiio come. Bibie school at 1U.
isfactorily from his recent injur Katherine Hooney, of Eugene, juvenile officer, who was injured October,
an average of 60^ yards per preaching at 11 and 7:30. Young
ies and subsequent operation.
spent Armistice day at the E. J. recently in an automobile accident,
people’s meeting at 6!30. Prayer
day at a cost of $1.05 per meeting Thursday evenings at 7:3<
is again ablo to be out.
U. 8. Tires are good tires. For Howe home.
yard in the bin. In i November After the prayer meeting the pastor
sale by Billy Hall.
Fat geese for Thanksgiving, $2
shingles in the ware
Mrs. Joe 24 days with an average of 57 conduct» a class in bible study.
The postoffice has received a house, $3.50. Brick, lime, ce each. Phone 25-F-21.
nl3-20c (2) yards per day at a cost of $1.10^
Christian Church, the “home like”
seven-bank Dalton calculating ma- ment, plaster and a lot of other
Claude Schrack went to Port per yard in the bin. This includ- church—A. J. Adams, minister.
builders' needs. S. L. Godard. land Wednesday on a business trip. od wages, wood» and oil, but noth Sunday
school at 9:45, Bermon and
W. F. Weber, of Pomona, Calif.,
George Teeters has returned
M. M. Stewart wont to Portland ing for wear or breakage of ma- communion at 11, Christian endea
considerably who has been visiting his old-time
ohinery. This rock was put on vor at 6:30, evening service at 7:30.
friends, Air. and Airs. Frank Tur
improved in health.
the road with two Liberty trucks
Methodist Church—Bov. J. 11
Prizes for largest vegetables at an actual cost of $8.50 per Ebert,
ner at Divide, has purchased a
Pastor. Sunday school a!
Ray Nelson, auto electrician.
at American Legion harvest day, including wages, gas and oil 9:45, morning worship at 11, Ep
fruit ranch near Creswell.
Ninth and Main streets.
If you are thinking of buying festival on Saturday of next but Mr. Elledge states he thinks worth league at 7, evening service
for Coolidge!” ex-
‘ ‘ Hurrah
nl3c the court figured the trucks at at 7:30. Everybody is welcome to
claims W. 8. Bennett, of Jen- a car, it will pay you to call and
attend all of theBo services.
The sunshiny weather Wednesday $15 per day.
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nings Lodge, and to show that
Free Methodist church—Corner of
“It seems the figures given by
he is feeling fit he encloses a Billy Hall.
and he is spending today at home J. A. Elledge, adding sprinkling, Monroe avenue and south Fifth
Wm. Ostrander, Eid jenks anil
check for another year’s sub-
street—D. 8. Forrester, pastor, Sun-
rolling and a reasonable allowance
Al Churchill repaired tho Bohemia
school at 10, forenoon acrvices
Side shows, big punkins and for wear and maintenance of the at 11, evening service at 7:30.
Starr fixes watches right. tf2 telephone line at Heil Bridge yes-
vaudeville at harvest festival machinery and tools, would run Prayer meeting at 7:80 Thursday
Mrs. Clara Burkholder and son terday.
n!3c very close to $2.34 for rock on evenings.
F. W. Hinshaw is moving to November 22.
Charles and Miss Gladys Buck
the finished road.
Christian Science Church—Corner
visited in Corvallis over Armis- Lebanon today.
make ono cubic yard of crushed of Jefferson avenue and Second
Contractor Is Sued.
tice day with Airs. Lydia Stouf
Old fiddlers’ contest at har Mrs. Clara Burkholder has rock measured loose in bins or street. Sunday services at 11 a. m.
fer and Miss Belle Burkholder, vest festival Nov. 22.
nl3c started suit agninst D. N. Gil- trucks cost about $2.34 for quarry Wednesday services at 7:30 p. m.
mother and daughter i of Mrs.
Ray Nelson has a large new sign more and J. B. Welden, of
Eu- ing, crushing, hauling, spreading,
Seventh Day Adventist Church—
up at his auto electric shop.
West Main street. Services every
gent^ contractor and brick mason sprinkling and rolling.
American Legion harvest
Mrs. Emma Walker, of Ventura, who erected a fireplace for her.
“No doubt one reason for plac Saturday. Sabbath cchool at 10,
nl3c Calif., who had been visiting since During the recent storm the chim ing much stress on the $2.34 in church service at 11; prayer moot
festival November 22.
ing Wednesday evenings at 7:30.
Mrs. Elsie Teague, of Marsh- June with her sister, Mrs. F. F. ney
fireplace the bunkers is to pacify the mem
field, is visiting her sister, Miss Wells, left today for home.
Sunday School services in
cracked so that it can not be bers of the Coast Fork local and
Daisy Johnson, who was injured in
Mrs. Burkholder alleges make them think they got a bar Izitham school house every Sunday
Latest copyright books for used.
at 9:45. Mrs Hugh Trunnel, su
a fall recently.
Radio Exchange, 406 that a proper foundation was not gain in the gravel at $2.15, but perintendent; Mrs. Winnie Hagerty,
they are still wondering why some assistant superintendent.
C. T. C. tires are might good Main.
n27Tc put under the heavy weight.
one docs not tell them why the
tires. For sale by Billy Hall.
C. H. Bussey has rented the
contractors wore paid about $27,000
Seven Log Cars Leave Ralls,
Harold Whitlock and Robert Brand residence on Twelfth street.
NOTLUE TO NEIGHBORHOOD
Galloway attended the football
of logs on the Ore-
Herbert Shortridge, who had
game at Eugene Tuesday between been visiting at th» home of his gon Pacific & Eastern railway, be- could have built for half of the
It is the wish of The Sentinel
the Salem and Eugene high school parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence ing brought here yesterday for amount allowed.”
to give all the news of the
The above is a reply to Mr.
Shortridge, of London, returned to
Cottage Grove country-—and to
left the rails on the Cerro Gordo Crowe’s statement that tho $2.34
give neighborhood nows an elose
Latest books and magazines. Los Angeles today.
as possible to the hour of publi
curve, mussing the roadbed and
Radio Exchange, 406 Main
*A* shingles in the ware landscape considerably. It was and that another dollar was added cation. In the effort to get
n27Tc house, $3.50. Brick, lime, ce
the news at as late a moment
in making it a part of the road.
possible. The Sentinel often
Marion Veatch and mother-in- ment, plaster and a lot of other thought that the cars would bo
finds it physically impossible to
law, Mrs. Mollie Ostrander, of builders’ needs. S. L. Godard, replaced and tho damage repaired »-------------------------------------- •
get it all into type und for that
Eugene, and John Veatch of this
| NATURE HAS ITS WAY
reason has to ‘ ‘ blue pencil ’ ’
WHILE DOCTOR WORRK S
city, were ready to leave for Los terian church will
many items which it would like
ABOUT SWALLOWED P.-4f
Glen Green Injured.
to print but which do not seem
Angeles Saturday of last week to sale November 22 at the Homer
rv to be of sufficient importance
Glen Green sustained a severe
visit Mrs. Amanda Veatch, mother Galloway office, the proceeds to
to warrant holding up the print
Nature can do more than skilled
gash on the forehead Monday
of the men, when they received a be used for Christmas charity.
ing of the paper. There are
message from her saying the
many reasons why items are
If you are looking for a Ford,
sometime« omitted. Au item or
plague was so bad in Los Angeles be sure to call and look my Ford dleton’s mill A. He was crawling ; gene physician and surgeon a few
two sometimes lias to be “lift
that they had better delay their roadster over. It is in A-l con under the mill and struck his head days ago and told this to prove it:
ed,” after having been put into
Friday forenoon the small baby
visit until latex and that she would dition and the pries is right. against a bolt with such force that
type, because there is just room
he was unconscious for a short of Mrs. C. Davis, 135 Lawrence
advise them when the plague had Billy Hall.
for a neighborhood letter with
the one or two items omitted.
time. He was able to return to > street, swallowed a safety pin. Not
Homer Galloway is able to be work after having the injury at-
The neighborhood correspondent
Ray Nelson, auto electrician. out, after being confined to his tended to.
is not to blame for exigencies
der ordinary circumstances, but
which ariso in the office of
Ninth and Main streets.
home for several days.
publication. Often the corres
this was an open safety pin, and
Mrs. R. L. Stewart’s class of
pondont has taken great pains to
Ray Nelson, auto electrician.
this was a baby that had not
the Presbyterian Sunday school
get an item which has to be
eliminated for one of tho
will hold a home made candy sale
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Anderson,
(Mpccial to The Mcntinel.)
reasons given above, or for some
Saturday at the Wynne & Kime
son and daughter, of Corvallis, were
other reason. The Sentinel usks
Nov. 11.—Mr. and Mrs. George brought the baby to the doctor.
Hardware store and will donate
its neighborhood readers to bear
week-end visitors with friends in Duerst, of Blue Mountain, visited He studied the question, took X
the proceeds to the ladies ’ aid.
in mind that the neighborhood
Delight Vallipr. They are former Mrs. Duerst’s grandmother, Mrs. ray photograph, and developed
correspondent endeavors to send
Fun and frolics at harvest residents of this city.
They showed tho pin to every available item and that
Lutheria Dowens, Sunday.
festival November 22.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dunnivan, have reached the small intestine, Tho Sentinel endeavors to pub
Harvest festival Saturday of
lish every item of interest deal
J. R. Griffith has arrived from
There was a
of Cottage Grove, were Munday point downward.
ing with the activities of its
Grants Pass and is again in charge
and their friends. If an
Mr. and Airs. Berthold Derrick
of The Sentinel’s fall circulation
item is omitted, no slight Is
operation have to be performed,
intended, either by the corres
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Chestnut, of as the child was too small to stand
visit Mrs. Derrick’s sister, Mrs.
pondent or by The Sentinel.
the Grove, were at the E. E. an operation well, and tho pin
See Scholl and see your F. Harrison.
Readers will greatly assist by
Chestnut home Thursday.
was'so far down in
communicating important items
Galloway for insurance. 511 Alain.
Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Miller and SV»tem that wn’ild have been m - ♦o the neighborhood co.rc.poad
Salesbooks for merchants—The
Xt»» Fasaic Witte returned Lu .Miss Helma Miller visited Sunday etiedingly dangerous.
ent. The Sentinel particularly
wishes unusual and good booster
stories. Some way is always
nitely determined, as to what loop
found to give space to them.
George Layng shipped a carload in the bowels it hail lodged, and I Keep your neighborhood in the
of cattle to l*ortland the first of whether it was moving or standing news columns.
still, accurate knowledge might be
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Phillips and had with which to proceed in op
son Rodney, of Corvallis, were orating. It was decided to take
here last week transacting business ¡another X ray Munday forenoon
and visiting relatives.
i and get the information.
FOR MALE AT A BARGAIN—$75!
Just bsfore the scheduled visit
victrola and 38 double records, I
This week has been more than we expected.
practically new, only $65
COMPLAINTS FOR NON-
. there came a telephone call from Chevrolet touring ear, a bargain.I
of our customers have taken advantage of^our canned
DELIVERY OF SENTINEL ,he moth,,r
goods special. We have a special price on all canned
I23<>. New electric machine cl
$12 50. P-;-
- ------- electric
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it, , take your
goods by the dozen or dozen assorted.
Non-delivery of the Sentinel
a«*iB «****> ,h- P*F treatmenta at home.
JU8T ARRIVED !
should be reported before noon ' ,,ai*n’ u the P”»** ***" ot alL Jackson, Creswell, Ore.
T-Bone, Sirloin, Porterhouse, Club or
Bound Steaks of the finest and tenderest
cuts—delightfully tasty when broiled or
fried—shop for them here—we are
building a reputation on the fine steaks
Have Your Thanksgiving Bird Put Away
Senator Walsh of Montana said
in New York the other day:
“ Warlike states hate one another
because they see their own faults
reflected in one another, Its like
‘ Look a-yere,’ said Washington, as
he slammed his cards down on tho
table, ‘dat’s twice yo’s called me
Jefferson! If yo’ don’t know no
mo’ dan to confuse me with dat
bow-legged, flat-footed, hare lipped,
no ’count colored mail,
why, we ’ll stop de game right
‘Ah axes yere pardon,
Washington,’ sail the other play<-r.
‘Ah sure axes yere pardon, sah.
Don’t go and draw yere shooter
on me same as Jefferson done
‘ tother evenin ’ when Ah called
I him Washington by mistake. You
! two fellers ain’t like nohow
’cepting in yere looks and gon’ral
Iu Name At Least.—Ike—“Ver-
effer you go, over da world you vill
Pat—“Faith, and Oi wouldn’t
say that. I never heard of a Jew
at tho north pole.”
Ike—“Oh, is dot so! How about
dot guy, Icebiirg! He’s no Pres
Card of Thanks.
Wo wish to express our sincere
appreciation to all those who
helped in any way to make our
burden lighter during our recont
MRS. CHARLES LAMBERT,
KING’S 1924 RFVUE
I Tales of the Town
ONLY TWO MORE DAYS of
National Canned Goods Week
on Tu<i»<la»» and Fridays, in
order that delivery may be Barber Shop Makes Improvement»
made on the afternoon* of j P. 8. Bukowski is making some
The Sentinel I ''xtes-rive improvemcats at hi* Im-
wishes every subscriber to get j >..»..1
»bop. A A large
his paper promptly and P**“* K1»*»
wishes non-delivery to be re- '■hairs have been installed, The
; ceiling ami woodwork baie been
Another ear of Yakima potatoes, none better; and
the price has advanced 25c cwt. this week but we are
selling them at__ _____ ______________ ___ __ ____ $200
The Store That Appreciates Your Trade *
FOR TRADE—FIVE ROOM HOCHE
and two lots in Corvallis, to
trade for small place in Delight
I Valley or close to Cottage Grove.
I G. A. Andrews, 1704 Polk street,
Back of bar engravmi A. A. 8.—
■ M. A. M.. Finder please return
I pointed and the walla hav. been Ito Sentinel office.
Sunday, Nov. 1 6
A METROPOLITAN FARCE COMEDY HIT
15 PEOPLE ALL STAR CAST
Dance Star of The Follies, N. Y. in her
Exotic Dance and a bevy of the
Original California Poppy
Clever Singing and Dancing Comedians
SWEET—TENOR-VOICED JUVENILE, PETITE IN
GENUES AND SOUBRETTES IN BEWILDER
ING COSTUMES AND OFFERING THE
Latest in Jazz and Interpretative Dances
Big Time Vaudeville
SPECIALTIES, NOVELTY NUMBERS AND A BIG
Catch the Date and Come
Admission 25 and 50 cents
Wednesday, November 12
in former commercial
club building, upstairs
COME AND BOWL