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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1924)
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COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL, THITRSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1924
Neighborhood News, •
Saturday evening with Mr. and Hebron, were guests at tho Low
Lajoio home Sunday.
Mrs. C. A. Dodge.
Herbert Hhortridge, of Los Ange
Miss Meltha Pentieo was home
les, was an overnight guest Thurs from Monmouth for a weekend
day at the home of his uncle, S. visit with the home folks.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Arthur Martin, of Roseburg, was
Nov. 11.—J. E. Bauton went
H. C. Bose returned Tuesday a guest at the R. Y. Porter home
river Saturday and from Ogema, Sask., where he had
brought homo a band of sheep been looking after property in
J. A. Briggs and son Otis, of
which he recently purchased.
tereats for two months.
Creswell, were in the Hollow Sun
John Massey killed a coyote Fri
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Heath and day.
day. It was caught in a trap.
son Addison, of Mount View, were
Mrs. W. E. Lebow and her j
John Massey sold his garage Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
mother, Mrs. Johnson, of Cottage
and a small parcel of land Sat
Mrs. J. W. Fisher.
Grove, were callers at the I. N. I
urday to a Eugene man. Indi
Mrs. Wm. Stroud en- Dresser home Sunday evening.
cations are the new owner in-
number of friends at
Mrs. Myrtle Plank went to Eu I
tends putting in some kind of tertained a
Saturday night, dane- gene Sunday to undergo on opera- 1
ing being the diversion.
Mrs. W. T. Jones, who has been
The A. B. Wolford people visited |
ill for some time, is under the
granddaughter, Wanda Berry, spent | with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Strong i
care of a physician.
with near Cottage Grove, Sunday.
Henry Combs came
up from Saturday night and Sunday
Tho Fletcher England family, of
returning Miss Ellena Shortridge in Eugene.
Corvallis last week,
The Mountain States Power com J Walker, and the Misses Dora and
home Monday, taking his horses
pany has a crew here erecting Nava Walker, of Newport, wore
poles for the line which will sup guests at the Marion Lebow home
light« for this neighborhood. Wednesday of last week.
Mr. and MrB. Jas. Campbell and
Arthur have arrived home
(Special to The Sentinel.)
from an extended visit with rela
Nov. 11.—Mr. and Mrs. B. L.
fives in Saskatchewan. They were
(Special to Tho Sentinel.)
Bitchey, of Curtin, Miss Nora
accompanied by a daughter ami
Nov. 10.—Jas. Huntsman
Dodson, of Cottag« Grove, and
little child, who expected to spend
John, Clarence, Tom and Ivan home, from Eddyville, for the the winter at the Campbell home.
Fisher, of / AJvadoro, were at the week end.
Frank Mackie, who has been ill
J. W. Fishei
Mrs. Marion Lebow ami , June
iei homo Friday aftor-
for some time, is slowly improving.
Samson called on relatives i at
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Smith and Walker Saturday.
family, of Cottage Grove, visited
Huff family, of inel—your live wire print shop, xxx
We have engaged the services of BURT, ARTIST EXTRAORDI
NARY, to paint Landscape and Marine scenes in our window.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
November 13, 14 and 15
Mr. Burt will produce a number of local, Oregon and Northwest scenes
which will be on sale at a popular price of $2.50.
During this exhibition, he will also copy in oil from any post card or
study you may have of a landscape or marine scene.
See the Artist at work in our windows from 10 to 12 and 2 to 5 daily.
M a RKSBURY
Helliwell & Marksbury
100 pairs of women’s
shoes in black kid leath
er, made with low or
military heels. All sizes
in the lot, pair—
Men’s O. D. flannel
shirts, medium weight,
all sizes, regular $2.25
Boys’ worsted pull over
ssweaters. Color, royal
blue with collars, cuffs
and body stripe of or
IF THERE IS ANYTHING YOU NEED—AND MOST EVERBODY NEEDS SOMETHING MOST OF THE
TIME—IT WILL PAY YOU BIG TO COME DIRECTLY TO THIS STORE WHERE PRICES HAVE
BEEN REDUCED FROM 10% TO 25% ON NEW AND SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE INCLUDING
WOMEN’S COATS DRESSES AND SWEATERS, MEN’S SUITS AND OVERCOATS, BOYS’ SUITS AND
MACKINAWS, WOOL DRESS GOODS, SHOES, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, SWEATERS, FLANNEL
SHIRTS, BLANKETS, ETC.
THIS AD TELLS ONLY A PART OF THE STORY OF THE GENUINE REDUCTIONS THAT PREVAIL.
Women’s brushed wool
sweaters, single and
double breasted tuxedo
styles, pockets and edges
trimmed with braid,
values to $7.50.
Hundreds of Yards of Fine WOOLEN GOODS
On Sale at a Reduction of 25% to 33$
Just the fabric you need is included in the selling. If not in the items listed
below quite likely it is in one of the many groups not advertised.
Yard wide corduroy velvet in beautiful floral
and figured dcRignes on black, blue and
lavander grounds. Fashionable for robes,
kimonas, etc. Regular price $2.25.
- ........... $1.69
40 inch all wool Bastite. A fine light weight
material suitable for children’s dresses,
waists, etc. A good assortment of shades—
blues, pinks, reds; regular price $1.39. Sale
56 inch flannel shirting in gray and khaki.
Regular price 98c. Sale price, yd................ 69c
Wool crepes in plain shades, checks and
stripes, 40 inches wide, for dresses or skirts,
Wool serges and tricotines, 44 to 48 inches
wide, in blue, brown, tan, etc., for dresses
and suits, yd..................
Wool tweed, 56 inches wide, in brown and
gray mixtures, for boys’ suits, skirts, dresses,
etc. Regular $2.75 to $3.00 values. Sale
price, yd....... . ......
Loggers’ and Cruisers’
Bergmann’s 12 inch top logger
shoes, regular and spring heels,
calked. Regular price $17.00. Sale
Currin’s celebrated logger’s shoes
in medium and light weight,
calked, 12 inch tops. Regular price
$17.00. Sale price
Peter’s 8 inch top work shoe, moc
Regular price $6.25
Sale price.................................... $4.95
Lion Brand high cut cruiser shoes,
16 inch top, double vamp, wing tip.
Regular price $9.50. Sale price $7.85
Famous Buckheeht Indian tan cruis
er’s shoes, moccasin toe, 16 inch top.
The best all weather shoe. Regular
price $13.5(1. Sale price
So that every man, woman and child of Cottage Grove
anti vicinity may be supplied with their entire under
wear needs at substantial savings we inaugurate this
selling right at the beginning of the season.
Various kinds and weights are represented—union suits
and two piece garments in cotton and wool, The quali-
ty is such as you can depend upon. The famous MUN-
SING WEAR INCLUDED.
Women’s high neck,
___ , long sleeves, ankle
length, heavy bleuehed cotton, MUNSING
Regular $1.95 value.
Women’s low neck, no ideeve«, ankle length,
worsted (wool ami cotton) MUNSING union
suits. Regular $2.75 value. Sale price... $1.95
Women’s high neck, short sleeves, heavy
weight, bleached cotton vests. Regular $1.15
value. Sale price..............
Boys’ winter weight cotton MUNSING union
suits, color gray, closed crotch style. Regu
lar $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75 values.
............. -...................... 95c, $1.15 and $1.35
Girls’ winter weight bleached cotton, MUN-
SING union suits, long aleeves, drop seat
style. Regular $1.25. $1.50 and $1.75 values.
95c. $1.15 and $1.35
Men's heavy weight worsted (wool and cot
ton) union suits, natural color. Regular $3.75
value. Sale price.
Men's heavy weight all-wool union suits, buck
color, regular $5.50 value. Sale price.... $4.45
Men’s heavy weight wool mixed shirta and
drawers. Regular $2.50 values Sale price $1.95
Men's medium weight cotton rib union suits,
Regular $195 value.
price ------------ ---- ------------- --------------- $1.45
Blankets for Less
66x80 cotton blankets, gray and white with striped borders
and whipped edges; regular $2.95 values__
SALE PRICE $2.48
66x80 heavy cotton blankets, tan and gray with striped borders
and whipped edges; regular $3.95 values—
SALE PRICE $3.35
66x80 wool finish blankets, pretty blue. gray, pink ami tan
plaid patterns, whipped
regular price $4 50_
SALE PRICE $3.85
66x80 wool mixed blankets, blue and white, gray and white,
pink and white plaids, whipped edge«; regular price $5 95_
SALE PRICE $4.95