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COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL, THURSDAY, DECEMBER^g^J924
Hawley. The visiting family may <$.—--------------------------------------- ♦
Ledger sheets of every kind. and Hollywood strain, 2 and 3- 10-day test. Guaranteed 100% live
old hens except a few early hatched i delivery on baby chicks. —
pullets, all mated to cockerels with I 20% with order, balance due 10
Don’t forget Wynne &
records of 240-280.
100 chicks, days before shipment.
Presbyterian Church—A. Ralph
Special bookkeeping systems ¡$14.50;
Kime’s closing out prices (Hl Spearow,
500 chicks, $70;
1000 Elliott, 5 miles east of Cottage
pastor. 8unday school at
chicks, $130; 15 eggs, $1; 100 eggs. Grove on Row river road. Phone
10, forenoon aervice at 11, vesper of every kind. The Sentinel.
Among those who attended the
$5.50 ; 500 eggs, $25 ; 1000 eggs, 25-F-5. Cottage Grove, Ore., Disston
service at 5.
turkey shoot Sunday at the W. A.
Bookkeeping systems. The I $48. Guaranteed 90% fertile eggs, Route.
Wednesday evenings at 7:30.
Keene ranch at Delight Valley were
Phillip Bukowski, H. C. Mitchell,
Baptist Church—Tenth and Adams.
Lunda Woodson, J. Blackmore, Dick Bible school at 10, preaching at 11
Pyburn, Floyd Bennett and Henry and 7:30. Young people’s meeting
at 6:30. Prayer meeting Thursday •-----------------------------------------------
Dr. Hagon will cure your goiter. evenings at 7:30.
•WE SELL T ATE MODEL, HIGH
• • •
est grade typewriters at low
Mrs George Kappauf, delegate
Christian Church, the * ‘ home like ’ ’ prices and on easy terms. We also
from the Coast Fork local of
church—A. J. Adams, minister. handle all makes of adding ma
the Farmers’ Union and Mike Sunday
Every machine is thor
school at 9:45, sermon and chines.
It’s the prompting thought that gives to
Foster from the Lorane lodge, left communion at 11, Christian endea oughly rebuilt and guaranteed. B i > j
Monday morning for The Dalles to vor at 6:30, evening service at 7:30. a machine and pay like rent.
the gift its real worth.
Royal Sales Co.. Inc., 500 Orjgon
attend the Farmers’ Union state
Bldg., Portland, Ore.
Your loving interest in the child of tender
Methodist Church—Rev. J. H.!
convention there this week.
years—in what finer way could you express
OLD RAGS WANTED—NOTHING j
Miss Ann Clark is working at
that sentiment than through the opening of
9:45, morning worship at 11, Ep-1 less than 2 feet Bquare. Must be
Ivan Warner’s residence.
a Savings Account?
clean and of material that will ab
Beef and veal wanted. Bill at 7:30. Everybody is welcome to I sorb gasoline; old underclothing,
It’s the gift that lasts, grows and becomes the
flannels and the like preferred. Can
nueleuse of financial preparation for meeting
not use old socks, mercerized or
Leonard Lerwill, of Brownsville,
Free Methodist church—Corner of hard
surface goods or small pieces
life’s problems and opportunities when the
is holding down the copy desk on Monroe avenue and south Fifth
any kind. We want tho best rags
The Sentinel this week while The street—D. 8. Forrester, pastor, Sun
child reaches maturity.
and pay the best prico, 5 cents the
typee-asting day school at 10, forenoon services pound. The Sentinel.
Plain mix, pound..... 20c
Soft shelled almonds,....
equipment is being installed.
pound ...................... 33e
at 11, evening service at 7:30.
Make that Gift a Savings Pass-book,
The ideal gift for tho fa mily Prayer meeting at 7:30 Thursday GUARANTEED HOSIERY, SAM
Mixed nuts, pound..... 28c
with an initial deposit of any
THIS Christmas is a new auto- evenings.
Writo for proposition paying $75
Filberts, pound........... 28c
amount you wish.
mobile. Prices from $670 to $2500
weekly full time, $1.50 an hour
Brazils, pound............. 20e
pound ...................... 25c
and terms to please you. N. J.
Christian Science Church—Corner spare time, selling guaranteed ho-
Nelson Jr., dealer in Overland, >f Jefferson avenue urd Second siery to wearer; must wear orI
Willys-Knight, Hudson and Essex street. Sunday services nt 11 a. m. I replaced free. Quick sales, repeat
dl7c Wednesday services at 7:30 p. m. . orders.
mills, 6234, Norriston, Pa.
Mrs. Catherine Bader returned
Cottage Grove, Oregon
A Strong Bank
Seventh Day Adventist Church—
Monday from Salem, where she has West Main street. Services every FOR SALE—FIFTEEN
All sizes sorted by dozen.................................... 20c to 50c
been visiting with her niece, Mrs. Saturday. Sabbath school at 10,
river bottom land, $1500—$500 ;
church service at 11; prayer meet cash. Four-roomed cottage, orch- j
Ungraded 40 pound box $2.30.
Buy a box
ard. One mile from Dorena high !
Mr. and Mrs. R. 8. Armes, of ing Wednesday • evenings
Filer, Idaho, left for ’homo yester-
Sunday School services in the school—Seven miles from city, on
day after a few days visit at the Latham school house every 8unday Row river road.
C. L. Camp- '
9 pound sack Olympic pancake flour.......................... 75c
home of Mr. Armes’ brother, E. W. at 9:45. Mrs Hugh Trunnel, su bell.
perintendent; Mrs. Winnio Hugerty, --------------------------------------------------- |
Syrup—the best dark syrup, 10 pound pail............... 77e
ELECTRIC WASHER FOR SALE.
Dr. Hagen will cure your eyes. assistant superintendent.
MONUMENTS FOR LESS
gon Agricultural college, returned
8. E. Beach, Imperial Barber '
Until February 1, 1925, we are homo today for the Christmas holi
Mr. and Mrs. 8. 8. I .asswell and
making reduced prices on all me
children will leave Friday for Port
morials in stock. Any memorial
Campbell’s soup, can......................................................... 10c
N. J. Nelson Jr. has sold a land, where they will s] >end Christ
(Special to The Sentinel.)
ordered now will be delivered be used Ford touring to John Stabler, mas with Mrs. Lasswel 1 ’s parents,
15c box Snowflake crackers.......................................... 10c
fore Decoration day and need not Delight Valley, and a used Dodge Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Ba.nfield. Mr.
a Eugene visitor over the week housework. Phone 12F54 or write M. I
60c box crackers, salted or plain.................................. 49c
be paid for until June 1, 1925. roadster to Louis Tarsian, Star.
Lasswell will join them, later.
F. Marketta, ComBtock.
See us now while stock is complete
Mr. Wright and Th omas Mat
Dr. Hagen will euro your goiter.
Mr. and Mrs. Addison Heath SALESMEN WANTED—MAR
and you can save money. We will
Mrs. M. H. Anderson, who has thews, of McMinnville, istopped off returned Thursday from a visit in
riod, 25 to 30, with car. Hard
be pleased to call at your home and
on their return trip froi n Klamath
work for self but good pay. Local
show you what we have to offer. been in a critical condition in a Falls, where they had been on a Portland.
The Cottage Grove junior boys territory not open. Fuller ■ Brush
SPECIAL PRICES TO TEACHERS AND SUNDAY
E. C. Lake, 58 W. 11th St., Eugene, Eugene hospital, is slowly improv hunting trip after ducks and geese.
played the high school basketball Co., phono 124-J.
SCHOOLS ON CANDY, NUTS AND ORANGES
i dl8 22p
They visited Monday at the 8. V. team Monday night. Walker won
Rufus Arne and family motored
Allison home. .
TAKING ORDERS FOR
by a 21 to 8 score.
to Salem Sunday and spent the
baby chicks and hatching eggs.
Miss Maurene Taylor visited
Dr. Hagen will euro yo ur eyes.
day with relatives.
Purebred Barred Rocks, O. A. C.
of a slight t< itch of Hazel Miller Sunday.
Ray Nelson, auto electrician. the Regardless
A pickup team from Walker and Kleinsmith strain, two and
grip which kept him ct nfined
Ninth and Main streets.
Sunday, H. H. Feister retun ied to played Creswell outsiders at Cres three-year-old hens except a few
Mrs. Cleo Morelock underwent work at the ‘ ‘ Pastime ’ ’
cigar well Saturday night. The score was early-hatched pullets mated with
an operation in a Eugene hospital store Monday morning.
cockcrols with records of 219-273.
21 to 9 in Creswell’s favor.
yesterday for appendicitis. While
The Flying D’s will play Lorane Place your order early and get
your choice. 100 chicks, $15; 500
in the hospital she expects to have
A most appropriate and
were attracted to the turkey sh oot club at Walker Tuesday night.
her tonsils removed.
Mary Haight, Reginald Haight, chicks, $72; 1000 chicks, $140; 15
acceptable Christmas gift
on the Abe Seekers ranch at Lora no
Charles Cotter and Francis Horn eggs, $1.50; 100 eggs, $6; 500 eggs,
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bunge were Sunday.
is a basket or pan of
Autin Lindsey, H. 8.
$27.50; 1000 eggs, $50. Also pure
Sutherland and O. C. Davis were went to Eugene Monday night for bred White Leghorns, O. A. C.
Wc have a nice selection.
among those who made the trip. music lessons.
Are you reading of the daily Two fine turkeys were brought
occurring? home by Lindsey. While in Lorane
Some days several.
Everyone these men and their families vis-
should use utmost caution; better ited with Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
still, let Tom Awbrey write you Davis, parents of Mrs. Sutherland
one of his excellent policies at and Mrs. Lindsey.
bed rock prices.
Miss Dorothy Evelj’n Lindsey,
Mrs. P. H. Jones went to Eugene
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Leonard left who makes her homo with her
Tuesday for medical attention. She Tuesday morning on Mr. Leonard’s
grandparents, Mr and Mrs. W. H.
recently underwent an operation vacation of two weeks. They will
Davis, pf Lorane, spe nt the fore
for internal goiter and is getting visit in Portland and then go to
part of the week with her parents,
along very well.
Willamina to visit Mrs. Leonard’s Mr. and Mrs. Autin I Andsey.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Evans. They
Mrs. M. F. Wyatt r eturned Mon
will also visit in Portland for a
week with friends and relatives. day from Crawfordsville, where she
WE HAVE A FEW NEW
They expect to spend Christmas in has been on a three weeks’ visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
BRIGHT SILVER DOL
J. O. Mickalson.
Starr fixes watches right. tf2
LARS FOR CHRISTMAS.
Because W. M. Hamilton, of Co
W. C. Shearer and family, of quille, Oregon, a forn ier resident of
BRING IN YOUR OLD
Salem, former residents of Cottage Cottage Grove, is an xious to keep
ONES AND GET NEW
Grove, have returned here and in touch with his fr iends here ho
will make this their home.
ONES FOR THEM.
finds it impossible 'to do without
John Culp, from Hood River, is The Sentinel.
At cordingly he
visiting with his cousins Mrs. S. E. rushes a cheek for *2.25 through
Markley, Mrs. John Barker and the mail for a year ’• subscription.
The Old ReUable
Mrs. William Medley. Mrs. Culp
Mrs. Lydia F.ead, who had been
will arrive in a few days.
visiting her son-in-law, W. A.
Christmas shoppers are en Hemenway, fror two months, re- I
Mrs. A. B. Dixon left for Seattle joying Wynne & Kime’s re turned to Po rtland Tuesday. She
Saturday to spend Christmas with duced prices on Christmas expecta to m/,ke her home there.
Henry Wilson Davis, Baptist
Better get a better bus. Be
G. F. Allison, of Portland, visited campus pa/ ,tor at the U. of O.,
sure to see Nelson's used cars. his brothers, 8. V. Allison and will have charge of both forenoon I
He will trade used cars and give F. H. Allison, Sunday.
and even! ng services Sunday at
terms to please you.
Ira Hawley and family from the Bapti st church.
Norval Armes. Rex Wheeler and Portland are visiting at the home
Miss V ose Ruegger, of Creswell,
Hazel Führer, students at the Ore of Mrs. Hawley’s father, W. B. returned today, after spending a
week "at the Gottfried Graber
Mrs. Clara Cadwallader, of As- j
kaloost i, la., spent the foTe part
of th«, week at the Omer Moore j
The Christian ladies’ aid society
This year we have an extra large stock to choose from
realii ed about $45 from it* chick
en <1 inner Saturday evening.
in candies, nuts, fruits, vegetables and fancy groceries.
Mi trquis Diggins returned Tues
day to his home in Melbun, Iowa.
Candies priced per pound from................... 20c to $1 AO
M rs. Gottfried Graber was eon-
Nuts priced per pound from............................ 20c to 40c
fin* jd to the house thia week with
Oranges priced per dozen from...................... 15c to 60c
a severe ease of grip.
F. J. Schnei der, of Chehalis,
Oranges priced per ease.....................................
W ash., arrived Monday to visit
Oranges priced per t/2 case
at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
Apples priced per box from......................... 50c to $1.50
H. C. Lockwood.
Mrs. Ida B. Fimith arrived Tues
Cranberries (eastern) priced per pound...................... 25c
day from San Pernando, Calif., to
Sweet potatoes priced 2 pounds for.... ...............
▼ isit her sister, Mrs. T. G. Short.
Celery, large heads priced 2 heads for..................... 25c
Mrs. A. W Kime returned yes
Lettuce large heads priced 2 heads for................... 25c
terday to her home in Portland,
after a short visit here.
Buy a wagon load of canned goods and get a toy wagon
FOOD 8AJ.E AND BAZAAR
for the boy.
F. O. B. OOTTAOB GROVE
Baptist Aid society will hold a
cooked food sale and bazaar Satur
Cigars—Optimo for a Christmas gift put up in 25’a.
day at Trask ’• Vlash Grocery. d!8e
Remember we make special prices on quantities of
A small txry during his first I ►
eventful meal in a restaurant sed-
denly became greatly engrossed m
a man at the next table who ’»•
regaling hirrw If with waffles. He
turned to b is parents and an
The Store That Appreciates Your Trade
nounred in a shrill voice:
"Mamma, I want some of those
non skid gxi< Idle eake».”
It Always Pays to Trade at Gray’s
That Grows With The
Child and the Years
G ray ' s C ash & C arry
Pay Cash and Pay Less—
Free City Delivery Every Day—
Phone Your Order and Pay Deliveryman
Christinas Is'Here—Buy Candy and Nuts
Christmas Oranges—A Carload Just In
BANK OF COTTAGE GROVE
Hotcake Time Is Here—Order Today!
Buy SOUP and CRACKERS at Gray’s
The First National Bank
Mary Number One Gets Her
Ford Sedan for Chriátmas
THE TUDOR SEDAN IS THE CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEAL
Yes, “John” earne in Tuesday and made the necessary arrangements for the New
Tudor Sedan. Of course we can’t tell who “Mary” and “John” really are, for that
would be revealing the secret, but it is certain that theirs will be a very happy
Who is to be “Mary” Number Two?
You’ll have to hurry, “John”, and place your order with us early so we can get your
machine here in plenty of time.
PRICE REDUCTION JUST ANNOUNCED
Places the Ford at the Lowest Prices in the
History of the Automobile Industry
Smith-Short Grocery !
The Tudor Sedan
The Touring Car
Truck, with cab
Woodson Bros. Garage
O. E. WOODSON, PROP.