Cottage Grove sentinel and Cottage Grove leader. (Cottage Grove, Oregon) 1915-1921, May 10, 1918, Image 6

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b u lli ut C o tta g i l ì r u lli, m u llii-r» ut Mi
1« 11«I M in . E rn e st Heui*, m i 1 spcndttig tln*
i m i ut ib i- S iu i» bulini.
When He Gets that Pouch oi
Real GRAVELY Chewing Plug
You Sent Him
A man * first impulse ia to share a good thing.
Real Gravely Plug has been spread all over Amer­
ica simply by the Gravely user offering a small c h e w
to his friends. Tobacco like that is worth sending.
It means something when it gets there.
G jv * a.,y man • chew of Real Gravely Plug,and he will tell
you that a the kind to tend. Send the belt!
Ordinary plug ii falie economy It coiti leu per week to
chew Real Gravely, because a small chew of it lasts a long
while.
If you smoke a pipe, slice Gravely with your knife and adj
a little to your smoking tobacco. It will give flavor-improvo
your smoke.
SEND VOli FRIEND IN THE U. S. SERVICE A POUH OF (iRUELY
Dealers all around here carry it in 10c. pouches. A 3c.
stamp will put it into his hands in any Training Camp or Sea­
port of the U. S. A . Even "over there” a 3c. stamp will take
*°.
’ our ««‘•ler will supply envelope and mivc you
official directions how to address it.
P . B. G R A Y K L Y TO B A C C O C O ., Danville, Va.
L
The P a te n t P o a c h k e e p » it Fresh a n d C lea n a n d G o o o o d
d
- I t IS not R e a l G ra v ely without this P ro te ctio n S reo/
ea l
E s t a b lis h e d 1 S 3 1
---- v3> Mis* Landwehr. The young women left
I Saturday for Portland, where they will
i NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS
spend the summer.
I
Max Whipps left Sunday for Rujada,
where he will work this summer.
SILK CREEK
\ daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.
J " " Perkin*. Jr.. Sunday. May 5.
(Special to The Sentinel.
Calvin Bobbins returned Sunday from
A pril » . — Mr. aud Mrs. M. F. Bab Rujada.
cock were in the (.»rove Thursday.
Misses Marjorie and Muriel Shay and
Mi*s \ ernu Kates and her pupil* re­ Stella Coffman, o f the Grove, attended
cently enjoyed a picnic in the wood*.
the party at Miss I.andwehr'a home
M.r. aud Mrs. J. E. Giltlersleve have Friday ev ening.
recently put out 2000 strawberry plants.
Mi** Yergie Jones, o f Walden, visit-
Mr. and Mrs. \Y . G. Bittinger. Mrs. ed friends here Friday.
Barchart and Mr. and Mr*. 1.. B. Slagle
Mrs. Thcna Miller and tw o sons, Per
motored to Row river ami picnicked one kin* and Frank, Mi>* Yergie and Aach
day last week.
Jones and Vlbert Ri*-u«* motored to Ku
Mrs. Ada W il s o n ’s house caught fire gene Sunday to visit Mr*. Ed. «Tones,
Thursday and its destruction was only who is still in a hospital there.
prevented by the heroic e fforts o f Mr*.
Arnold Duerst went to work at the
C. K. Wood and several others.
l.ainmer* mill at Silk Creek Monday.
Clinton and Muriel Taylor, o f th**
Mrs. Ralph Ward spent Tuesday with
Grove, spent the week-end at the Jennie : Mr*. Joe Perkins.
Walker home.
F. A. Green is home from Oakland.
Bergmann Shoes for sale at the W ool­
Grove visitors Monday were Mrs. J. en Mill* store.
F. Gildersleve, I>*ota Estes. Mrs. B. \\
Garner, Mrs. C. W. Dwyre, Mr. and Mrs.
D E L IG H T V A L L E Y
W. G. Bittinger and Mrs. L. B. Slagle.
Mrs. Burchart has returned to her
Special to Th«* Sentinel.)
home at Clarkston. Wash.
May 9.— Mrs. Kutz, o f Kansas, who
Mrs. D. A. Estes and Mr*. Paul E*te* had been visiting her sister, Mr*. Chas.
visited Sunday and Monday at th** I. X. Wilkinson, left Friday’ for Salem, where
Dresser home in Ly nx Hollow.
she will visit relative*.
Mrs. Lou Wheeler has received a let­
Mi*- Bessie Nichols was home from
ter from her son. ** somewhere in Eugene over Friday night, returning the
F r a m e . ” He says " w e are well fed follow in g day.
here, sure, 99 and sends regards to all
Miss Dora Conner, o f the (trove, spent
inqi^ipng friends.
| the week-end at the home o f h«*r uncle,
L. B. Slagle left Saturday for M on­ I Chas. Conner.
tana.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Joll went down to
Peter D ca rd or ff returned Tuesday to the Rose ranch Saturday, and while
his work on the highway at Oakland, there Mr. Joll helped brand about 100
after having spent a few days at home. calve*.
EATON RALLIES DOREN A
TO HIS BANNER
luit 1 » Ti vai Hears III» Vetsiou of the
Recent Violant Politicai
Controversy.
Ihurna,
O ie ,
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S
(Hpeeittl
to
Tin S e n t i n e l \
\ t the tir* t |»> l i t i c a i
u u 't'im g li v id li ete S u t u id i iN e v e n i n g .
M ie n F u t o n , «it E u g e n e , Mitoke to a
lleigtuonu Shut'» tui Nil ll’ .If till' WI lui
i w e ll l i l l e t l 111111*1* on th e i mhu *‘ h ot the
«■ti Mill» »turo.
1 n m | M i . ; i i > «Militi it'd wi t h hiM e u iiv lid a e y
•Mi l i a t ó n u e v t p t e d it« th e ii t i in e d in t e
DORENA
»***ue th e M ln teiiie n t o f a I ' o r t l u m l iie wa
1 |»a|»er t h a t th e reault o f th e p r i m u r y
»l'i'i 'r il
i il l tu T h e S e iit in u l.
flie I nini III ut ber*
M ii
rie in e l i u t i o n w o u ld ahow w h e t h e r or not the
p e op le “ t l.n n e coliti t v were b u c k vit the
le U edne, u lt i ini bliNtneM.
Ilei
M i.
and
M i*
Htiheoek
SUPREM E
COURT
Sheriff and Tax Collector
«35
on
a
rp Gasolm p oT Q ualij!y\
uicil liv ili* il«|ii>»lti>r» III Imitk»
wlllrli. libo o U ìmw I v *», ini' Mirili
Imi h ni Uii« Kraal »yNimn
Tim UiK*'<t aiul ili* »iiinll*»! of
olir iti'ii.iNltiir» * im U routrtliu«#* In
Dm »tilin' proportion to Ibi» fumi
«vlii«'li kiv » n prol*i‘ tluu lo *11
MEMBER
FEDERAL RESERVE
SYSTEM
First National Bank
Collage Grove, Oregon
Know Where
You Stand
lii these uncertain time* one like*
to ft «1 thill W I F E AN D I1AHI'.H
it lea tit, l i e SAFE.
Tukr Y oiii Plni'r a» * Unti Amrrlraii
IliyrNt III Dir Thllil l.llmity 1 . 0*11
W . W . M ’ F a r la n d
Th« City Transfer
tin* b ig N o r t h w e s t e r n . • mpnti v
w i t h tlie S u r p l u s to it* Poli, v
h o l d c i * th a t m o u n t s up t<
Hauling & Draying Done
on Short Notice
$1,611,340 2(1
NEW WORLD LIFE
KU<v«n* Itlil k
I
^r;
C A R R Y YOUR POLICY IN
NEW W O R L D L IP E
All K hm I n o f
Plutio MovluK • Mp«. U l Iy
WOOD A N D OOAI«
I'hour f..'»
O l f u r at Di* Hon Tun Couffe'tlourry
9
Port lain!
Y s p l e n d i d o p e n in g
fo r a lo c a l r«*pr«»sentafiv«
vanir t e r r i t o r y
T in Prrr.lt. hi '» ('«II l.rtul Y 0111
Ttilfil I.Dmity l*iiui
All
L. L. Harrel
CiittiiK«' O r o ve T r in il i er
Draying of all Kinds
P IA N O M OV IN O
AUTO OKAY POH g U IU K DI'.I.IVPKY
TIH .K P H O N i: Ti
o p p i o »;
»: i . i t »; c o n p p c t i o n p k y
LU TTER
W ANT
Justice of
e t?,
»¡uni lutili-.il ili-IU r». ¡ut- r o u tr lb
ADS.
W RAPPER
PRICES
Th«: fu ilu w tfig prie«* «ro now in «*f
f.-rt on but t«*r w rtip p e r«:
Imi w t upper«, un K r idny « und Hut or
ilny* mily
I I 00
106 vrr ippcr«, oh mix duy
•pt Fri
«luy« uini Huturduy«
I I 20
Tln**»« ure cn«h prie»-«,
Ydilitluiml wrtippcr« priutcd ut thè
* *ii»•* lime with « ithi r o f thè « b o v e 35
cent« th«« 100
STERLING FEED CO. c
V o t e 3 5 X P e r c y R. K elly
of Boi
Tit* viiNt r**ourr*« uf tlit- r*il*r»l
Ki-fivt« Hyntrm. now uv*r n tlnm
Il you liuviui't Dii» prolm-tlou
uliintily you our III noi tu il*luy
Voti xih ' iiik 11 llm inonmnt you
liaroin* olir ol our il*poNitui»
A PO ORLY FED HORSE
reflect* dirtrrriiit on it* <«*n**r, but th«
uturner K«*f* tbe v«»;*t o f the «l««nl be
cttiue economy in f«*«*tlm^ the n«»ri*-
e ffe c t s it« working mpncity a* well *«
it« ttpp«'artti«ce. If your h«»»*«* kick* ui«
L Y N X H O LLOW
In« feed you tun correct i* by buyiug
your feed h«*re, u« you j(«*t the bc*«t
«pjtftlity fur the len*t outlay
h»fti.«*r-
iSpei'iul to The Sentinel
May »
Mr and Mr». Wm. Slater c«»ntructor« Hud hor««» owner« k * ncrullv
know that our f •**•«! i« n tw y i up to th«
went to the d r o v e Monday.
Mr» Otto llriKgN and ehildr«*n v\i*r«* «tiiudnrd-
over night \ i»itors at the S It. JnrkHon
home Saturday.
1IDHKON
Ml. ail-1 Mrs Mallie Martin visited
frien-l» here Fri-I:iv o f lust week.
-I"'' ini tu Th«* Sentinel.)
Mrs .las. Plank and I i y Neal, o f
May K.— YY . P. li uff, o f Cut tug«*
I '< r- na. r**tiirneil home Sunday, having
Grove, spent Tuesday evening « » f last
visited several days with their mother, Geo. II Braluard. Ural Estate aud In
vv«*«*k with his daughter, Mr*. R. E.
•uninee, timber luu-l- I i i i i i i t i g pr.-p
Mts. Neal, and tledr sister, Mrs, \V. \.
Lucky.
i l tv farming pm perty - it v p io p e r t i
Ii«'!ine.
»
li
il itlllibiT.
ii 11 f.
The H u f f baler baled hay on the Ge«>.
Mr. and Mrs. I \ Dresser were din
Taylor place last week.
^
All Kinds Krbuilt Ty|>ewrltet» rca»on
The Earnest Sears and Lee Nixon
able prive». Terms or rush. \ alley
Georg«* Taylor Mold 15 ton* o f hay
BLU E M O U N TA IN .
S a li-» A g e n c y , E u g e n e , Ore
¡on T pd
F O O D S TASTF. BE TTER CO O K E D
families and Frank Joll made up a m o­ last w «*« k that brought him * Î60.
For
Hale
Cheap,
If
taken
at
once,
house
tor party Sunday and went to J. E. ! Mr. and Mr*. J. A. Lowell and St an­
—T O B A C C O T A S T E S BETTER
(Special to The Sentinel.)
and tvvi lot*, "C.’ N J St n l9 junHlpd
H i l l ’s near Eugene, hud dinner, then on ! ioni Bartl«* spent Saturday with the
TOASTED
M ay 9.— Mr. and Mrs. L a y n g and to the Rose ranch, all returning that
G. A. Small family at London.
W ood for xale Call Dan Allen, phone
children, o f Walden, visited at the . evening.
Mi** / « I m a A been«*, o f th«* (»rove, is
-’ll EL
aLHImltlpd
M ooney home Sunday.
Since thr day of the caveman, who
Mr. ftibler and non Hal went to Wend- * visiting h«r grandfath«*r. ( ’. E. (»ilhnm,
Several auto load* o f Cottage (»rove
For
»ale
Butterfly
rreani
separator,
al
uu«i other relatives.
•
liked h-s meat raw, civilization has
ling Monday to work.
young people drove to th»* Blue Moun­
most
new.
Itnrguio
at
fL'l
(
»
p
a
.
i
t
y
learned a lot about the scientific treat­
Monday was the last day o f school at j Mr*. Levi (»«*«*r, o f London, spent Sat-
tain school house Monday.
- I gal. an hour. I,. I. Woolley, a^dmlop
urday
with
h«*r
mother,
Mrs.
Numbers.
ment of the thinga we eat.
Lola Hasting* has been quite ill the Saginaw and a number from this side
Mr. and Mrs. (». L. Carlisle, o f Cot
Stonebu rg’ » corner at the bridge on Pa
Naturally none of us would now
attended. A short program and a picnic
past week.
tag«* (»rov«* motored out Saturday t«»
c if ic high« av would make an ideal
prefer to have our meat raw, our po­
Chas. Whipps spent the week end at dinner were enjo yed by a good many
bring Mrs. Warner home. She hud been
location for short order house and run
parents
and
children.
tatoes
as
they
c
om
e
from
the
ground,
the Grove.
visiting at their home.
feetionery.
n-tini lOpd
Mi** Myrtle Witcher spent the first |
our coffee unroasted.
A farewell party was given Friday
\Y\ !.. Kimble bought a hors«* o f J.
evenin g for Miss Louise Duerst and part o f the week visiting at the home
And naturally /ollows the great dis­
For Hale Yearling Holstein hull aud a
A. Young last week.
Miss Violet Robbins at the home o f , o f her brother, Fred Witcher.
big team horses. M. C. Veali h. inlllpd
covery recently made by 'I he Ameri­
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thorp and Mrs. L.
can T obacco Co.— that tobacco taatel
‘ ». Markham picnicked up Cedar < r«*«*k
For Hale Full blood registered Poland
U tter TOASTED!
Sunday.
China hour, •’> mo. old. Archie Thump
This wonderful new idea—simple
Mrs. .Jessie Gilcrist r«*«*«*i v «*«1 a lt*tter
»on.
ulltt m lOpd
like all great inventions— was first
M«m«lay fr«»m her son, Abner, who is
1 For sale or trade for lumber I !l*12
* * smm*wh«*r«* in F ran ce.” Mr. and Mrs.
u»ed in producing the famous I.UCKY
------OF LINN COUNTY, F O R -------
Nagle engine; I No. ‘J Fo* floor
Fred Führer, the next day, also hfi«J a
STRIKE Cigarette— made of toasted
scraper with rubber wheels; I Is*ri hand
l»*tter from their son Charles, he too b e ­
Burley tobacco.
| winch, gears with - ' ¡ i inch face, heavy
ing in France. Both boys belong to the
Burley has a mellow flavor, entirely
enough for log haul; I 12 inch drum
sari*«* batt«*ry.
different from fhe tobacco usually
sunder; I snlaniniider; I saw mandrel;
used for cigarettes. It is a pipe to.
I 4*2H p o w r grindstone; I sa fe; I copy
L O R AND.
I bacco arid I.UCK. Y STRIKE Cigarettes
ing press; I Berk duplirntoi. Cottage
Grove, Mfg. Co.
m.ttf
I taste like a pipe.
tHprcial to The M»-ritinI i
Wanted Sawmill men at Donna, Ore.
Miiy *!.— Mi«N«.» ('liiri»NH nn«l Flora
FOR
Moliawk Lumber Co., P. O. Address,
PRACTICED LAW SINCE 1892
Jackson «|-<.|it the week end with liomi-
Mohawk, Ore.
m3 2lpd
folk».
CIRCUIT JUDGE SINCE 1910
Hoy F on I i t w : in ii ('ottnffc d ro v e v is
For Hale X.. C. Hinlth typewriter No. 6.
Justice is patriotism’s proudest
itor Friday.
Good condition, new ribbon; cheap for
Mi«s
Id»
(
hiiriilierlniri.
who
hud
liei-n
boast and loyalty’s greatest aid
cash, or will sell on monthly payments.
vinitinff relative» In-re, returned to her
Geo. II. Hrninard.
m.'ltfc
home ¡it the d r o v e Hntiirdiiy.
For
Halo
Cheap
I
n
v
a
lid
’
s
wheel
rhalr.
j The la d ie s’ old met l«»t Wednesday
Phone n i l , ; 104 I Hi. N.
m3 17pd
•vitli Mr». H;il[)h Lynch.
O. K. Crowe made a l)U»ine»s trip to
The Sentinel lias a bargain in a who)
liiiliene Saturday.
nrship
in the Internntionnl Cor
Heveral from Crow attea-led the dance
respomlence He h no I which has been left
here Saturday night.
with it for xuIn,
fllfc
Mi»» Kdith drier, u ho i» »faying with
Lout Small leather purse, W. O. W on
Mrs. K. If Crowe visited Saturday with
—gives e*jy starting, quick
one side; E. M. H. on other; « 5 note
her »inter, Mr». Htrupe.
and smooth acceleration,
find about +1 In silver; reward. Emmet.
Elvin McMindes bn» In-en visiting rel
Hhnrp.
.
mlOpd
ative» here.
power and mileage, in Red
Albert L e ff, who ha» been away for
Crown gasoline.
Wanted
-
A
wagon
bo*.
Frank
Van
FRE D G. S T IC K E L S
several month», iirriveil Monday to visit
Hehoiack,
Cottage
Grove.
hi 10 2lpd
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
RK IM H LIC A N
relatives and friends.
(California)
Curtis Veatch.
Kltner Crowe will soon »tart hauling For four yttnr» Deputy County Clerk o f Baled hay for Sale
lame C o u n ty . During the pnst three
Phone 2FI3.
mtO-2Hpd
lumber to the d r ove.
de o r g e Itiidington, who hail been em year» twice elected Treasurer o f the For Sale Oood big work horse, 10 yrs.
ployed nt Kugene. returned home last City o f Eugene.
old, wt. 1200 ; « 100 . John llostettler,
He hu» no use fur MOSSES or Bng ln aw .
week.
m l o i ’ tpd
C
L
IQ
U
E
S
in
politic».
Mrs. drnee Richey, o f Cottage Grove,
Pledge» himself to an honest, e c o ­ For Sale Registered Jersey bull ralf.
is visiting here with her purenti, Mr.
W. J. Messenger, Row River. mlOtfe.
nomic biisine»» administration o f the
atnl Mrs. Win. Lackey.
o f f i c e for the benefit o f ALL.
For Sale Ila y rake and 2 section st**l
W. J. Woods, Special Agent, .Standard Oil Co., Cottage Grove, Ore.
AG M1U
T ry the want ad. way.
harrow. W . A . Hem enw ay, mlO'JAptl
tnuous Cham
Providing
Banking Protection
------------ ^
LO ND ON
i Special to Tin- Sentinel
May v
A | Woodard i n loading fi«**
at I .at ha m
Rov E w in g and Ed B ra s h e r m otored
to the Grow* S u n d a y .
Mr stii«I Mr* Hud Thorne and cjnl
vlren ¿pent tin* week end with Mr
T h o r n e ’ « mother. Mrs Grunt Field*.
Mr and Mr*. L. R. Shortridge re
turned from the Grove Sunday.
Rov Ewing purchased a Maxwell car
from Shorty Lake a «lav or two a g o .
Roy Ewing, Bud Thorne and Delbert
YYill* motored to the Grove Monday.
Mi. ami Mr* YY alter Lackey motored
to ( ’ottuge Grove Monday
YY alter Lackey and Howard ( ’ox were
Eugene visitor* Tuesday.
Levi Geer wa* a Grove visitor Mon
• lay.
Mi** Mabel Shortridge i* home from
Elkin ad, where *bc recent l\ closed a
successful term o f scljoool.
Yalong the ( 'ottuge Grove visitors of
the prist week were YY'm Jones, John
Massey. How ard and Lena ( ’ox, Her
bert Shortridge anil YY (* .shortridge
of
Mr*. D N Fa te * unti M i a I ' i i i i I l!a te a,
o f S »|k t ’ie e h , w ere ili thè n e ig h h o ilio o v l
Montiti)
W o r d lina lieeu r c c c i v r t l 1 »x M i llltd
M i * M a r i o n I el»ow thut t l i e i r mimi , F i
ni'*t, w ho la tt d e n t a i a tiid o n t in I *»»rI
lu m i , li m i a n a rr o w eaeape f r o in «Irovvn
mg
I l e timi tw o elti*aintitea w e re ì l i n
Im n i w hen it wna o v e r t i i m e i l
E n ie a t
a n d olle ut tln* h o \ a w ere rea rtied Flit
th è o t l ie r wua loat,
«
M i Mini Mr» lì \\ ti i il :iii,l M r timi rie t tv a v » t the Eugene eouiinervitil club
M . n . \ s Mi «I b i t f lu ii »ibi v liv mio The • pea U ei W eut nit*» detail m explain
mg a
o f vicious attack* ami la w ­
tur a *1 *1* lu i ut ber n < Iregun.
fili­ |• 11 1 1 1 1 « m linei eluseti bete F'rnlni less method* used to destroy the confi
deuce of t liv* people in hi* loyalty.
li i i li a big |iienie ir|> tlie rivei
Flit» recitation o f tlii* persecution
The \liwbj Ululili i m i ! tu Martelli
Snudai nini »|ient Ibi* day with relu created in the audience a horror of the
whole attack which lie described a*
In e».
l'iitl fílenla» uà» a Cottage Drove rivaling the iiietlmd» ot the Prussian
Potsdam gang, aud called forth right
iiNiiur Ninnilai
eon*
indignation against tin* participa
Mi a» Hall if Ynn\ liot v ìmìi M high \
tors.
>i‘ ItoV'i Monday.
Mr Eaton paid hi* respect* t• » .1 K.
Mr*, la v ritoltitison wss ui Cottagi*
js h e lto n , who ha* levi the newspaper
Grov« Tueaday.
Mi*s liu t i ie YaiiN lift, who tiiiislicd 1 tight against him, and particular!} to
ti iu hing *« hmd h«‘ ii' Friday, l«*t't Tur* ! candidate* fur seat* in the legislature
whom tu» described a* having been par
day toi hör hotiu* ut Kugoiu».
Mi. um) Mr*, ( ’lia*. l\vtt*r* und to ulttrly malicious in their attack* upon
him.
daughter Nellie \i*ited with the loue
The universal expression here follow
Faugh lu in i I n at Walden l'ueaditx eve
inng.
! mg the meeting was condemnation of
the method* employed to down Mr.
I Eaton, i»\pre**ivtiis o f vonfuleiiee in him
M OU N T VIE W .
ami declarations o f intention to vote
I tor him
(Spcv ial t«» The Sentinel.)
May s
Mr. and Mrs .1 L. Ümkley
* pe nt the week end in Cottage Grove.
Clarence Sears went to Eugene Wed
nesday to have an operation tor the re
inoval ot adenoids.
Mrs. Anna Hoftmnii returned to her
home at Cushman Thursday, she hud
been staying at the hoiu«* o f her parents,
Mr. unti Mi.*. .1 Kile, during Mr K ile's
illiie». Mr Kile eoutinu«-* to improve
lira Brumfield, o f Cottage Grove,
. isited i uesilav at the l
YY Sears
bow«-.
L. it Long •pent Monday evening at
tl..- u . 1». Ilei L 11 « home.
\lr. uuvi Mrs. f ’ NY. Sear* ami B r isoli
j Scar* were at lhe YY aldo Miller Imme
Sunday.
Mr. ami Mr*. Claude Arne und chtl
• Ireit-wcie Sundav visitor* ut the horn«*
of Mrs. .Vine - parents, Mr. umi Mrs.
Junic^ Linebaugh, ut Walden. Mr l.im
buugii has been quite ill lately.
i hurles Hale* was a ( ottuge (»rove
visitor Mouviay.
Brown Hansard, o f the Grove, was
out to the YY alilo Miller home Tuesdav
M» * Sudi«* I n i d os ed u very sucre**
tul term o f school YY e d ited ay with a
picnic.
Mr. und Mr*. 1.1 H< idler and daugh
ter Kathleen accompanied Mr
ami
Mrs. N. Hopper to London Sunday.
«lean Mosby, o f (.’ottuge Grove, »*
making an extended visit at tin* home
-i lier parent*. Mr an vi Mrs YV. 1»
H- o b .
g ueata
Sunday^
COI l’ AG E G R o Y E HENTIN EL,
II.* Live YY»i»- New«piiper.
P rofessional Cards
MAX LUEBKE
THE RAWLEIOH MAN
nr,
Sixth A v r w
Eugene Or n
la-rai agem y at J K P r ot/m a n 's
R MrCAROAR. D D S
D E N T IS T
N'-'urnlgiu relieved instantly by
local application
Ki-iidrtice and
ufi n e ut I'lflb and Main,
Phone I II.I
Cuttage Grove, Ore.
DR S. M WENDT
Pbyslrlan and Surgeuu
Hpi'i inl ntteiitinii given to surgery
and ev>-, enr and throat. Country
cali» a» well ns city cali» anewered
dnv or night.-
O ffice:
Cottage
Grave
Hospital
J. E YOUNG
A T T O R N E Y A T I.AW
O f f ir # on Muiii Bv«*riu«»
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P H Y S IC IA N A N D SU RG EO N
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M HAMILTON
lies. Phone
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LIC E N S E D C H IR O P R A C T I C
PH YSICIAN
Consultation
and
examination
free. O f f ic e hours It to fi. Sun­
day* and evenings l-y uppointm 't.
I tffiee in old < 'ottuge Grove loins
building lit. 101 % Main evenite.
H. J. SHINN
A TTO RN EY AT LAW
Utili nofiiry tuiblic.
I’ rurtin*« m
nil court«, Twrnty fivM y«*ur« «*x
peh enco.
Bu«b r H M j;.
( 'u t ilis e G ro v e , Or«».
AI.TA KINO
ATTORNEY AT LAW
O f f i c e located in the rear o f
the First National bank,
Cottage Grove
Oregon
J. S. MEDLEY
ATTOKNEY-AT I.AW
771 Willamette Ht.
Eugene, Ore.