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COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18. 1924
Temporary Guest a Had
Got Busy With Labels
■‘Sei»ace Plus Farm Practice”
Oregon Agricultural College
WINTER SHORT COURSES
Young Mrs. X is a
Eleven courses with names and housekeeper. Everything in her lit
tle upartment is Immaculate. it
dates as follows:
was with some misgivings, there
(Special to The Sentinel.)
fore, that <>n going away fur a cou
Dee. 17.—Mr. and Mrs. George
ple of weeks with her husband she Duerst spent Sunday afternoon at
Dairy Herd Management—
j turned over the apartment to her the George Hastings home.
■ rollicking young brother and a
January 5 to March 20.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lancaster
bachelor friend. She was particu
Fourth Annual Canners’ School—
larly proud of her bathroom, which and children motored to Monroe
liud recently been done over, and Sunday and visited the Robert
as a hint to the boys she hung a I Lancaster family.
piece of Turkish toweling on the
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Heath and
February 2 to March 14.
Land Classification and Appraisal — door with a tag attached which Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Heath, of
read: “Thia cloth Is to be used for Mount
View, spent Sunday with
washing out the tub after you Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frost.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jones and
Directly on returning home she
I. Farm Power and Power Equip
a tour of Inspection, and here family and Mr. and Mrs. Albert
ment, January 6 to March 10. | made
is what she found: Hanging on the Rissuc and family spent Sunday
II. Gas Engines, Tractors, and bed in the guest chamber a card afternoon with Mrs. Matilda Jones,
Equipment, January 19-23.
reading: “Life is what we make it. of Cottage Grove.
III. General Farm Repair. January So is a bed. Please make this one."
Mr. and Mrs Fred Frost motored
Above tl>e wnsiibowl in the bath
room : “Tills bowl is mH for drlnk-
IV. Farm Water Supply and Sani 1 Ing purposes. You wash in it”
In glurlng print over the tub:
tation, February 2-6.
"This Is a tub—to be used with
V. Gas and Electric Light and ' water.
Power, February 9-13.
Pinned on the bath gloves:
(H. Farm Concrete Construction, •These are not for street wear.”
On a tag tied to the nailbrush:
‘Beware! This is not u toothbrush.”
For full information address
On a dish towel In the kitchen:
I This Is not a bath towel. Make no
Dean of Agriculture,
mfstuke In Its use.”
Over the washtubs: “This Is not
u patent bed. Don’t try to sleep
, here.”—Boston Transcript.
ARE YOU ALL
days while Mr. Brabham is re- I
covering from an injury to his j
foot which was badly mashed when
a tie fell on it.
Mr. and Mrs. Orval Frazee are '
visiting at the home of Mrs. Fra
zee’s mother, Mrs. Myrtle Pettet.
Mr. and Mrs. Dee Fox and baby, |
of Gateway, and Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Queen, of Cottage Grove,1
visited at the C. C. Moody home
Several members of the J. F.
Adney family were ill with the
grip the past week, all have since
to Walker Friday evening and
visited Mrs. Jessie Lowry.
Miss Gladys Whipps spent Sun
day with Miss Elsie Isaaseion.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Robin, of
Cottage Grove, spent Sunday eve
ning with Mr. and Mrs. John Allen.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Castle spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Arne, of Mount View.
Miss Wynettia Mooney spent the
week end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Butte Mooney.
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Dec. 17.—Mr. and Mrs. D. w.
McKinney, of Cottage Grove, vis-
ited at the F. F. BenBton home
The Roy Brabham family are
visiting at Springfield for a few
Metal trade checks.
Many Cottage Grove Folks Have
Felt That Way.
Basque Is Difficult
Tongue for Outsider
Where are we? We are in a land
where the names of the villages
and the names of the families them
selves are redolent of Asia, distant
Feel nil out of sortsf
In both space and time. Danchu-
Tired, achy, blue, irritable 1
rinea, Inoha, Beoble—these are the
Baek lame and stiff!
It may be the story of weak kid names of villages. Irlzabal, Mendi-
, r.abel, Ithuralde—these are the
Of toxic poisons circulating about : names of the families. Do not the
names of ancient eastern civiliza
Upsetting blood and nerves.
There’s a way to feed right again. tions rise befoty* you?
Once more, where ure we? We are
Help your weakened kidneys with
in the ancient fatherland of the
Doan's Fills—a stimulant diuretic.
Doan’s arc recommended by many sons of Aitor, we are In Eskuarlan
¡territory. We are In France, In the
Cottage Grove people:
Mrs. J. W. Clark, 8. 2nd St., Cot Busque country, Francois Vallie
tage Grove, says: “My kidneys writes In La Itevue Mondiale.
wore in bad condition and 1 suf
Do not try to understand the Inn
fered with a continual dull, nag gunge, for It Is a strange dialect
ging backache. I had no energy of Inexplicable origin, which you
and became run down. 1 also had 'will find as beset with pitfalls, as
spells of headache and my kidneys full of perils as the coast where It
Doan’s Pills Is spoken. The devil himself, so
helped me wonderfully, strengthen runs the story, gave up the attempt
ing my back and kidneys and bene ¡to learn Basque.
fiting me generally.”
Do you wish more definite infor
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don’t mation? The language bus four
simply ask for a kidney remedy— conjugations, according to whether
get Doan’s Pills—the same that j you are speaking to a woman, a
Mrs. (dark had. Foster Milburn Co., child, a_ equal or a superior. Each
Mfrs., Buffalo N. Y.
mr27u3 i name has six nominatives and
twelve different cases. Prepositions,
conjunctions and the characters of
tile alphabet are declinable like
, nouns or adjectives, and may be
conjugated like verbs. The adjec
tives have 20'cases. The noun
changes according to whether It
stands for a person or a thing.
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A’iS Enjoy Eunice *1«
*• i of Motorin»:
More Pep and Power
Real Fuel Economy
Built Special For
Drive in TODAY
$2.00 to $4.00
A special sale of Crepe de chine and
broadcloth silk shirts, values to $8.50, at
A Gift box of hosiery is always appre
ciated.. For every day wear on cold
weather, fancy ribbed wool hosiery, per
60c to $1.25
For dress wear, silk hosiery in plain shades,
two tone effects and fancy clocked styles,
A very practical gift. There is never any doubt
about the acceptability of hosiery as a Christmas
gift. It is a practical gift yjjt has a dainty value
to any woman. In sheer chiffon or heavy thread
silk at, pair
$1.00 to $2.50
Umbrellas of silk taffeta with fancy borders in
the new and popular stubby styles. 12 or 16 ribs.
Fancy strap or ring handles. Good range of
$3.95 to $12.50
75c and 95c
A practical gift. Pajamas for men in fancy
stripes' and plain colors of heavy durable
outing or twill. All sizes. ' Real values at,
Collar and cuff sets of English broadcloth and
net and lace combinations. Priced at
98c, $1.25 to $1.98
Pretty panels and fronts of net and lace, priced at
A man died in the apple district
•if New York who had spent nearly
all of his nlnety-two years In the
manufacture of vinegar and he had
contended for years that the secret
>t his longevity was the character
of his work and It seetua as if there
might be something in his conten
tlon, for almost simultaneously
there conies a story from England !
where the ages of four employees
aggregate 835 years. The oldest of
this group was nearly ninety and
the youngest nearly seventy. The
proprietor of this establishment
said he knew of another vinegar
distillery where there were four
generations of one family at work
$1.95 to $2.95
For dress wear. Suede and glazed gloves
in light or dark tan shades. All sizes, pair
$2.50 and $3.00
Warmly line driving gloves made in strap
wrist or gauntlet styles at, pair
$2.25 and $2.50
A professor nt Yale university has
been making tests with regard to
the energy used by trained racing
He tells us. London Tit Bits notes,
that they are more efficient than
most gasoline and steam engines, as
one-fourth of the energy produced
b.v the men goes directly toward
driving the bout. Special apparatus
showed that during a race an oars
man breathes 16 gallons of air a
Each man produces nearly four
horse-power In energy at the start
of a race, and In a four mile event
his laxly will use up fuel equal to
nearly half a pound of sugar.
A gift that will last.
Blue, tan, gray and
Uncle’s Will Great Help
pink plaid patterns.
"lie way a few members of die
congregation drops off to sleep.”
said t tide Eben. "Is gineter compel
>oh pastor to remind 'em dat he's
glvln’ 'em « sermou uu«l not a little
Islam’s Holy City
1 qt......................... 12c
2 qts....................... 24c
3 qts....................... 33c
4 qts....................... 40c
We get our milk
from three dairies.
That satisfy. Men folks never have too
many. All the popular materials, broad
cloth, cords and madras in plain colors
Arabian city of Mecca, situated
245 miles south of Medina. Is fa
mous for being tlx* birthplace of
Molinmnied (571 A. IM. and the
holy city of Islam.
tains the Great Mosque, or Caaba,
a magnificent temple, which Is an
nually visited by hundreds of thou
sands of pilgrims. Near the city
Is a eave where It is said the
prophet was accustomed to retire
to perforin Ills devotions, and
where In 604 the Koran was re
vealed to him by the angel Gabriel
In 622 Mohammed, to escape from
bls enemies, tied from Mecca, and
after u Journey of ill days entered
Medina amid acclamations of the
populace. 1311s event is called the
lieglrn, and marks the commence
ment of the Mohammedan era.—
Kunsns City Star.
They were discussing the things
which help a man to obtain success
tn the world, when one young man
"There’s nothing like force of
character. Now, there’s Jones. He’s
sure to make his way In the world,
lie's a will of Ids own. you know.”
"But Brown hits something better
in tils favor." argued his friend.
“A will of his uncle’s."
Our milk is handled almost
entirely by machinery under
the most sanitary conditions
Oarsmen Work Hard
Get Wise f
Delivered any place
recipient may well be proud of. Gifts that express the good judgment of the giver and pay a
nice compliment to the taste of the one who receives.
Vinegar for Longevity
PAGE & SON
From cows tested
for tuberculosis by
both county and
Gifts from Helliwell & Marksbury s are gifts of assured quality which^both the giver and the
lloforonco: Hunk of California.
Uifts for the Whole family
Doolittle & Carlile I
16-Inch Dry Slab Wood
Many lovely handkerchiefs of fine swiss, lawn,
linen and hand drawn voile. In white and colors.
Hemstitched edges and embroidered corners. Many
are laee trimmed. Priced at, each
$15c to 50c
Large, Warm, Woolen Blankets
Napkins td match in 21x21 inch size, per
81x90 in blue and pink striped patterns.
regular $4.50 value on sale at
Table cloths and napkins of pure Irish linen.
Rose and Chrysanthemum patterns. Cloths
70x70 specially priced at
$4.95 and $5.95
A regular $8.75 value on sale at
Bates jacquard ripplette spreads.
FANCY GUEST TOWELS
Heavy Turkish towels in plain white colored
borders or colored with border of contrasting
color, priced at
59c, 88c, $1.39