Cottage Grove sentinel and Cottage Grove leader. (Cottage Grove, Oregon) 1915-1921, August 30, 1918, Image 5

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a re
g o in g
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up
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Sunday
fro m
Q u a lity M e a ts
( tk litlo ititii, w I u t e
hé* w a« d ia rh n rg e d
frin ii tii»- e a v filr y b em u n e o f p h y n ir a l
d i* n b ilit>
lb- had b(*e»i in th«* *«*rv i« «
R ig h i P rices
fo r a v «‘a i a m i a lia it. H«* w ill v is it t«u
>«une t oo- w ith h i* p ir*u it« . M r. and
M r*
Il
PHONE S i t
t\ P . I'o tln ta .
I M in ilo k w e n t t«* C’r«,*\v«,ll T u en
d-iv to I«,- em plnv « <1 fo r a w«*« k «-r t wo.
¡i Tt i*i
:in
M ak e tlo* boy a pr«*««M»t o f a vvri*t
vvatrh before !»«• gt»«*« aw a y . Firn» line
lH«t i««« i v i .» at II <\ M in im i ’ n from
#10 tip.
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a n d «In tig life r, of'
Vniong thoae from lo*re who motor«*«!
to th«* M « K e n / ie fiali h atrh eiv Suiolav
»«• v b i t i n g at t lo*
w «-i «• H a n v W y n n e and fa m ily , Phil*.
bt «»t lo*r, \N . B
M«*ar* ami fa m ily , tioTtnling M r*. I.a rr;
ha* (»«»light a «Mir
M inili tT «' I « I . of M tit« h fie b l; Hob Jo n e *.
w hit* h he w ill « h ip
Male W v a tl, M i** (««* im * v o*\e J u r y , M ia*
\ I m ♦
* Uati*l*oti, M i*. C la ra M urkhobler
\lf. J u r y vi.Mited o ver Sun-lav at <’«*r am i fainilv am i Mi.** Ma feel Mkagg*.
v a ili* w ith flu K. \ M. In« pel fa m ily , Mom«* w«*r«* raugirt in a lietivy thunder
S t a le fa ir , Maleiu, O regen, M« pt mln-r «tom» wlio h p revailed for 20 niinut«*.
g.t ‘J K . S p liM n lid exhibit.«, oxeolltMit mu
M r* . M a li \ «*ateh a m i «la u g h te r M o r ie
*ie, high «la«.« iM itirtain m en t* and n return»*«! P ii« la y fro m *p«*m ling tin* *um
Niiperb ra rin g • :u«l
Po r partieiibiiM m«*r at T a k ilm a . T h e\ w e re ar«'o m p atiied
w rite A . Il
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i t relit i v , Ma lent, bv
M i* * \ iin a \«lnm *, w h o w ill spem i
n!> :in.- t h«* w t u t er here.
< »n g««n.
6
I Buy and Save!
WALK
A BLOCK
AND
SAVE
A DIME
W a tc h
M onday
to
e itliie
to
th e
w in d *
in-, « s a m p le .
by
P r ie le
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wi t h
fir e
or lif e
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in tu irli n ee,
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S a tu rd a y
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M r a in
M a ta r
wi t h
We Will Pay Cash
for Refugee, Burpee
and Kentucky Wonder
String Beans
tier
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sp end
n
f«*w
A. BRUND & COMFY
Grocers to Particular People
POWELL 4 HEMENWAY
Mr. itid M rs. J . A. P a tti* o n , o f P o rt
la ml. spent the w«*«*k end at th«* horn«*
of M r* P a t t is o n ’s parent.«. M r. and M r*
W in
Lamb***. M rs. P a t t is o n ’s sister,
M in * Witiiii«* Landess, returned w ith
-hem t *» Po rtlan d . H e r place in th** F irs t
.Nutmiial bank i* being fille d d u rin g her
tbsem«* by M rs. M abel Sm ith .
rri-|o-
ili*
chin«*,
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S I .H r * !.. * 2 . 9 0
»
I. te r I 'h«'lp*, w ho w a* rcj«»ct«*d f«»r
til«* m iv y , returned Krolav t r o n i K i n in
to a w a it being i a ile d ill tie
d r a f t , a n d if «‘inplo\ «*d at the «'annery.
¿ith
P a ll*
fro m
M r*. M n tild i A p p le g a te w a * a|
Mr a in M o n d a y .
M i. and M rs. W o rth H a rv e y returned
I'm ««lay m orning from a honeymoon
• rip to 4'ru le r lake.
K\a
H anna.
*•!
NV«-II n ,
v i«it«ul
iiir «-• I t«> appear before th«* m edical ex
m um r of th«* acei<lent c«»mniis*ion rein
iv e f\i the in ju ry r«*eeived in an acci-
b ut it P o rtla n d *«*v«'ral months ago.
«1
M rs. M arth a II«»*.* left T h u rsd ay morn
mg for I-afayett«* t«» r«'inain u n til O cto
ber J .
•
FARMING IMPLEMENTS
H O O S IE R D R I L L S
J. I C A S E PLO W S. H A R R O W S
A N D D IS K S
W> w ill n u k « you the rig h t price on
fa rm in g m achinery of an y kind. P r e ­
pare for your fa ll seetliug uow.
Wynne &Kime
HARDW ARE
th»* lo*uie « * I
l.ea
They
M r. I . e u ’* br«»ther, G e o rg e
attem b«d
th e
G.
A.
K.
en
Lew i* B o o ke r 1 » now
the K<-rr A H ilaby »tore.
em ployed
at
\V. H. Kob**rl» am i Dr. R o y S m ith , of
Kugene, w ere here ye ste rd a y in ap ertin g
a ear o f e a ttle fo r ahipment to the ea»t
M i»»e, M ab e l and R u b y E a to n , of
Bend , \ i»ited W ed nesd ay and T h u rad aj
at the K. B . V a iiN o r t w ir k home.
George G. K e r r waa in Eu g en e yester­
d a y on bu»ine«».
M r. and M rs. 1.. E . S u lliv a n , o f K iam
ath F a lls , are v is itin g at the home ot
M rs. S u lliv a n '» parents, M r. and M rs.
George Kj-rr. and w ith other relatives.
THE COTTAGE GRQVE LAUNDRY
Chautauqua O fficers
Elected.
A t a m eeting o f the rbautautpia co n ­
tract signers S a tu rd a y forenoon, E lb e r t
Bede was elected president and A lf.
J u r y secretary-treasurer, and the fo l­
lo w in g com m ittee appointm ents w ere
m ade: A d v e rtis in g — K . K . M ills ; tent
ind seating. K. W . Glass. M. II. A n d e r­
son, W . O. P e r ry , Jo h n Sp riggs, K. Me-
C a rg a r; d eco ratin g and social
M rs.
H erb ert E a k in . M i « IGilu C u rrin . C. A.
B a r t e ll; ju n io r Chautauqua— M rs. O r pah
Benson. M rs. M e rle P o w e ll; food con­
servation d a y— M rs. F . J . H e lliw e ll;
Red Cross d av
M rs. C la ra B u rk h o ld e r.
I F Y O U H A V E D IS E A S E S O F T H E
Stomach, Disease of Skin or Gall
Stones . . . . See Dr. Oglesby
Mi*.- E d it h M* --«*nger ha* accepted a
P«»* 1 1i«» ii in a Eugo ne «lepartm ent st«»re,
J . T . Laaavlle and M. I>. Mitc hell a r ­
w hich -In* w ill a-*um«‘ th«* firs t o f the rived ye s te rd a y from A lb a n y to look
M e th o d ist L a d ie s ' A id E le cts.
month.
Th»* Ia«li«*s * aid so ciety «if th*1 M«*th
a fte r p laein g the prune d ry e r in »bap.
»dist «hun-h elected the fo llo w in g o f ­
A J . Sh«»wcnt a (»rand A rm y com rade fo r operation.
1 1 «'in S t . L o u is . M o ., accomplinie«i M r.
M r. and M rs. Jo h n G ro ve» m otored fi ficers at th«* reg ular m on th ly business
ta«i Mr-. II. R. Godar«l home from th«* Eu gen e W ed n esd ay. T h e y w ere an-om- m eeting J ie ld at th«* church NN c«l»e-«Iav
Pi»rtliin«i encam pm ent.
It had been a by M r. and M rs. B. F. F u lle r, who went iftern«*on: Mr*. C. K. Fin p h ro v, pres
h a lf «M'litury since the men had met.
up to v is it th e ir d au g hter, Mrs. G. S. O .«lent; M r*. K. J . H e n d rick s, vice pres-
liu n ilie rt. who is soon to rem ove to d en t; M is* (¿race B la c k w e ll, tre asu re r;
Through one «»t the unexplainal»le er
Mrs. J . F. Godard, secn-tarv. T he host-
i«»r- th at w ill *(»m«»tiiiie* happen it was Spokane.
-tate«l in an item hist week that M rs.
('. ( ’. ( 'arp eu ter and son were v isitin g
here. T he it«*m was c«»rr«s*t in e ve ry
way (*xct»pt f«»r the slight d e ta il that
Mr.-. C arp e n te r has no son.
S c o tt C h rism aii is in from I'o re n a to
duy.
M iss Forest Sch n e id e r was in Eugene
ye ste rd a y on school business.
I give special
attention to the
Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat, as
well as General
Surgery. Eyes
tested and glasses fitted. Dr.
Wendt, at Cottage Grove Hospital
Prunes Wanted
HOME MADE
! Lasselle Brothrs
People’s Meat Market
EAT
POTATOES
SA V E
W H IA T
P I U W K s \\ \ N T K D
Tit«* prune dry
«*r i* now open ami high«**t mnrk«*t price
w ill lu» |»jii«l for prime*. W e w ant all
y oil have. La**«* 11«» Broth«*r*.
a.'lopd I
Mr*. ( ’. L. C h u rc h ill
m other in P o rtla n d .
i* v is itin g
her
Mrs. E rn e st His by and son returned
to P o rtla n d S a tu r d a y . a f te r an extend«»«!
v isit w ith Mrs. n is b y ’* parents, M r. and
M is. Jam«»* M ansur.
C om p laint F ile d A g a in s t Jo h n O r * >«*r.
As the r. suit o f the ste alin g o f li un­
made b«-»-r from his woodshed bv »■ -tie
boys, an in v e s tig a tio n o f w hich I I t<
the d isco very o f ferm en ted b e rry juice,
a com p laint has been lodged iga.ost
Jo h n G rä b e r c h arg in g him w ith m an u ­
fa c tu rin g in to x ic a tin g liquors. T he ease
w ill ronie on fo r tr ia l in the C o ttage
G ro ve ju s tic e court.
C. \N . B u rro w s, «»f B r a in , v isit«*«! S a t
County
( ,«»mini**iom*r Sp encer ami urdny at the horn«» »»f his son, \. E.
Road S u p e r int«*mlent M e K y w«*r«* here Burrow s.
Pi May* ami Miiturday l«»«*king o ve r the
P e a rl C u rrin , «»f l.e«»na, v isit«»«l S a tu r
road* «»I thi* *«*etion. T h e y v isiteil pro day and S u n .la y at th»* home of her
I m •*«*«I work on S ilk «• i «»«»k ami
Row gian d in o tlih r, Mrs. R«»sa C u rrin . return
H o n o r G u ard . Notice.
ri v «»r.
ing home Sunday wifi« her parents, Mr.
M
em
bers
o f the honor gunrd are re ­
G«mrg«* M«-(¿ue«*n w a* in L a g e n e Sat and Mrs. George C u rrin , who motored
quested to meet w ith M iss Ruth J o r ­
u n la y on binine**.
up.
genson M o n d ay even in g. Sep tem ber 2,
Mi**«** Kth«»l ami P e a rl P«»rgu*on vi*
Mrs. L a u ra K ir t le y a rriv e d T u esd ay to diseuss reception to be given fo r the
it «I in Eugen«* S a tu rd a y .
from P o rtla n d to v is it h«»r inother, M rs. president.
Rem em ber the boy* in F ra n c e w ith Sh elb y Chun-hill. who has been «piite ill.
it w ill encourage them. A.
ju n lfS tfe
H. II. Arb«»ga*t am i hi* ilaught«*r, \ir*.
L. K. Hugh«»*, who had b«*«»n atte n d in g
the 4L A. R. reunion at Portim i«!, are
v is itin g at the H en ry Arbognnt home.
J\
Just Ask Dad
Ja m e s P u tts le ft T uesd ay fo r <’»ni|
Mr*. L e w i* ('. B e d *» has reeeive«! a
P e r r y , Ohio, to p a rtie ip a te in a citizen s
The ( ' i t y M«*at M a r k e t b u y * v e a l, liv«* letter from her husband, a lieu ten an t in n atio n al rit'le shooting contest.
M r.
’>. in
n m l dre**«*d. Phon«*
i 2 t f the reg u lar arm y. dat«*d August •
P o tts was a m em ber o f the Oregon mi
which he -ay* If«* expects to be •>nt ot
tio n sl guard r ifle team fo r a number ol
Mr*. G«*nrge M« »k«*r ha* r<*turiM*«l from
the hospital in a few «lay*. H i* feet years.
i v i*it in Mi**«m ri, in eompunitnl by
*uffer«*«l severely in a m ustard gas at
Mr«. P. \. Mooney, o f M ton, M«>.
H a r r y F u llm e r and M iss R u b y F e rg u ­ •sses w ere Mrs. Orpnh Benson. Mrs. F.
tack and In* say* he is able to again
P a te L o n g ami Kb. Sp ray w ere up
son. both o f this c ity , were m arried in C. R alsto n , M rs. W . N . H ub b ell and
have a shoe «»n one foot.
«•a Mo.«l»y «*i ••«•k a fte r deei the la tte r
P o rtla n d ye s te rd a y.
M r. F u llm e r is M rs. W ilk in s o n .
Mr*. Ed . ( ’«»liver*«*, of W indom , M in n .,
w o rk in g there w h ile a w a itin g his i-all
part of la*t vve«»k.
accbmpani«*«! her sister, M rs. M. L. to the colors. The bride was v is itin g
Mr. and Mr«. Jo sep h W . B a rb e r ami
I'om pkins, home fr«»m the ii. A. R. en- there.
• hibi, of \v«**tern Texan, are v i* itin g Mr.
«ampm ent. T h e tw«» ha«l nof met in 2!»
ami Mr- J .
Hurg«***^ at S a g in a w .
T eren ce F o le v . o f B en d , w ho is a t ­
years.
M rs. 4\»iiverse w ill visit her«*
ten d in g the offw-ers tra in in g cam p at
A ll k in d * o f ceroni* o f latest w a r mu until tin* first o f October.
Eugene, v isite d T uesd n v n ight w ith K.
ole at II. C. Mad*4*n’*.
jne2 8 tt
Mrs. J . L. B m k le v and baby daughter K . M ills.
The prune dryer is now open
liave «om«* in from the m ill to rem ain
M iss P a y n e , who has been v is itin g at
during the hot w eather.
j and will pay the highest market
the I.. L . W o o lle y home, returns to her
! price. We want all you have.
B a le Y e u tch , fo rm e rly o f this c it y , is home at M e d fo rd today.
M rs. Van
now assistant superintendent in the Pro o ven , o f W’etulling, who is v is itin g
plant of th«* N o rth w est Steel com pany, at the same place, returns home Sun j M. D. Mitchell in Charge for
R E N D E R E D SA U SA G E, W IE N IE S
the largest sh ip b u ild in g plant in P o r t ­ day.
CORN
BEEF.
PRESSED
CORN
land. B a le is Is y«*ars o f age.
B E E F , ETC.
B o v w an ted to cle an up abou; b u ild ­
M C. C oehran was confined to th** ing. In<|uire o f E lb e r t Bed e.
a.'IOpd
Eggs. P o u ltry . B ee! S t u f f . V e a l, etc..
hoiis«* se ve ral d ays o f the past w eek.
W o rd renehed here th is m orning o f I
Bought and So ld by the
Mrs. H a r r y C u lv e r and tw«» ch ild ren , the c r it ic a l illness o f M rs. Chas. Coeh- j
I of («rants Pass, visit«»«! this week at th«» ran at V an co u ve r. Sh e is a d au g hter o f
I Georg«* A nderson horn«'.
M r. ¡Mi.l M rs. I.. F. Orpurd.
M i*. Le e Roy W ood* and son Donald
U n d er E n tir e N e w M an ag em en t
I »»Xpert to len ve the firs t o f the week to O W N H O M E C A TC H E S F IR E W H IL E
Em erson K e ith le y . P ro p
Ph o n e 15 ¡.join Mr. W oods at Corm dm s. M iss Onr-
H E IS TAILIN G F IR E P R E C A U
| «dyn w ill l«*nv«* a t about the same tim e
T IO N S E L S E W H E R E
tor M a rs h fie ld , w here she w ill teach
M r. am i M r*. H arry l.«*a. «»f Wi.scon
this y«»ar. Miss H ester H«*mis w ill also
W h ile C. K. S te w a rt, cou nty fr u it in
-»a, v i*it«*d d u rin g the pn*t w«*«*k at teach at the same place.
speetor. was doing some vo lu n te e r work
W anted— G irl or woman fo r housework
A *«* v «• n poll ml non w a* born August
S. P. Sh o rt i idge, o f London, has p u r­ to d ay w e ttin g d o w n the ro o f at the
Good wages. M rs. Id a M ille r.
a.'tlh-
-I to M r. and M r*. O r vili«* Mp«*ar nr chased the G aro u tte garage. H is daugh c an n e ry as a p recau tio n ag ain st fire ,
M hnm hrn. ( 'a lif . H r ha* b«*«*ii nam«*«l ter. M iss O liv e , is her«* assisting him in his ow n house caught fire from a flue,
R obert Laiigdon.
and the roof was b ad lv burned.
th«* mnnag«m«*nt o f the business.
vim r photo
L. M onroe.
Short s Grocery
M rs. B o » man H a rtle y , a fo rm er r«*»i
■lent, visite d at the C. E . S te w a rt home
this week on her w a y from i'u y a llu p .
W ash., to southern Oregon. M r. H artle v
is in the n a v y and she has had no word
from him fo r about •■•! days.
a mpmetit.
\ «*ur«l from .I**«* T . S m ith *ny*:
* * Sonn'w lit'ri* in Pram «* a w a itin g the nr
riv a l of riu* Sen tin el. A ll o. k . ’ ’
With the dates already set for
sc veral big war drives, it behooves
y ju to cut the corners wherever
you can. One Rood way is to walk
around the corner to our RTQcery.
We can save you a lew cents on
■unity articles because our expen­
ses are lower than those of others.
The extra block's walk will do
you Rood and, besides, you are
asked to discommode yourselves
a little these days in conservinR
j
Phone 65
T o stay a t home one d a y and do the
fa m ily w ashing. H e m ay do it, but be
I
fore the d a y is over he w ill say th a t the
home is no place fo r th a t kind of w ork.
I f yo u d o n 't w an t a backache, send at
least yo u r blankets, spreads, sheets, and
other large pieces to the lau n d ry. W e
M i»» D elia A tk in ao n ha» a<-<-epted a are w ell equipped to handle the heavy
poaition in the poatof/iee.
w ork. W e pick up M o nd ay, Tuesday,
•I. H. I'ro tz n iau and »on Cbarl«-» art- and W ed n esd ay m ornings, before 10
o 'c lo c k , and d e liv e r F rid a y s .
lien* from W e i»e r, Idaho.
M rs. A lf a K in g motored up from E u
Closing out remainder of jew el­
gene ye ste rd a y on business, her fath er.
D J
M r. ami Mr*. H . F. Ouke* went to M r. C h am b e rlain , aeeom pany mg lo t
Scholl.
Salem I'ueiMlay, M r. Oak«** being re home from a v is it there.
hi
Il
,1. (I, ( ‘onjM r, of
Mr*. H a rr y W a lle n
M arrdoilltow fi, la., t
home of M r. Poope
t'ouper. M r. Co«*p«T
load o f dairv enttle,
back to Io w a.
W ed
T he (»« «»rg«* H a ll und NN ill H a ll turn
Ii*-* are vi- itm g at P«»rtlaii«i th i* week.
\N il Ili! Ht f , I«>ti luci ly «•! f Iti * « i f ) .
. II H u ff u . - im I.!tigi*n«' NIo n .lay.
m
(o-
lit»* Ilici
\ H
lll- llll i
M r * . I). A . W h e # | e r l e f t
M rs. Jn«-k C a lla h a ii and M rs. E v a
P o in te r
motored
up
from
P o rtla n d
rhursduy ami vi*ite«i until S a tu rd a y at
• h«* hoiu«* of M r*. ('u lla h a ii N parents,
Mr. am f M rs. W . 4*. Jo hn so n .
NVf.Hu«. • 'ty il* in Kugcitc Monday*
I b II v l-l \
re
• tu iiia t I« i
j
now «ipei
n i l b< puoi
have
l,n
th e
H a r r y H u r l, o f t h l* • T t y , and M r*.
H a i t v W h e e le r, o f P o r t la n d , wen- en lle d
f«) < lii««i, ( a lif ., Ia«t w eek by th e d eu th
• f th e n bmth«*r, J«»hn H a r t .
s a v in g a t S p r a y 's.
re r a n h
O P T IC IA N O P T O M E T R IS T
L E N B K 8 G R O U N D ON P R E M IS E M
I»
lo w
fr o m
lu rin g the pu*t we«ak at tin* luu n c «»f h«T
o ro th e r. U o b ert H a n n a .
* k« ap«*r
13. J . S C H O L L
W
and
«li \ fo r H n n i t ii r i u m , C a l i f
40
m ul
M i*«
had
lit
0 n 9*• v tt !»l*- 1 1 in*
m o st
rvr
a p p ly
tin ti
pu*
P IG
w h i le
ry stock regardless of cost.
v e t **i till - ti tl * 1 1 k c • r Hi
III.
ln
a llo w
V e X p eft ro r* e t ni ' *
\ . T r in*
n t h u V e bust Kug«*»ie, ( tre 1 1 —•»t I
«i r’ini- Lu« k a le i\ «
n
Mr
If
b re a k d o w n
Im p le t e s t to d e t e n u t i l e w h e t h e r o t
la
< un limil i going
« y .tern
at
fro m
. her d a u g h te r .
ill p i ft let
out
S IM P L E T E S T W IL L
D E T E R M IN E
who
re tu rn e d
K Mlle
t h e ir
s tu d ie s
fre q u e n tly
genet al
u e rv o u i
W
li. v e r y
b efo re
tb rn
c h ild r e n
c o l u t i t i u I
woubl
th e re
ol
e y » i e x a m in e d
t u m b le e n t ir e ly ,
A
th e
p
t h e ir
S H O U L D IIA V r . T H E IR
KYEH T ES T E D
w e lfa r e
M tirid iiv
w ife .
M u r ile
K i i ju d a
lita
• it Tiiendny
o i . 1 . M u r k
\ i v a l meet I
nit mu t he
I in« l«u’ it i I
i;to
'l l
<•
liv
pi. * to r
tin*
fis e
i n c h i s wirli*, at tin- .va n I
ill*
«rurk.
TH EY
b lin d
S IL K S
t h e ir
Q u it e
v is io n
e y e ig lit
t! e i r
le ft
Mi
*i «l M i*. Horn**«' H a im * and M r
and M»
IIu te h in so n , of P o rtla n d , ar
ri\««l .*- * nr «lay for a visit w ith M r
till y*.
Harm - inother. M r*. Sa rah H arm *, and
M i .111«I M i * («. M M e o tt -Apriit S u n
w ith Mi- 11 uruis * parents, M r. and Mrs.
t in y at W ’e n d h iig .
Jam *- Kobi«on. M r. Ila riu *. M r. H utch
I I * l t s o le * *n \ <• h a l f t h e p r ic e o f n e w
‘iison. Mi
Hobi-on and Robert f'ann
fir«"« it fi « I l i e j u * t U* g o iu l
Y o u r g o v ­ left M«»m1 v fo r a h u n tin g trip in th**
e r n m e n t : o k - y o u to eon -• t v »*. M r. G o f f . Row »iv «*r «• o iln try.
* h o e in ti t i l e h u l f no lin g
j n 2 H t f r
Mr
ml M r*. K lim tt, who had be**n
\ 1 1 m o l Mr> lin o n e H h o r t r i d g e w en - visit tag at th«* home «»f M rs. E ll io t t 's
ill flo u » l'o n - t f o r k o v e r H o l id a y \ i * i t
f':ith«'r, Jo h n Hnder, left M onday for
in g M i H h o rtrid g « * rn m o th« i
■•■I thm «■■t-k w ith h*-r »i»t<-r, Mr», ( land
iheir (min«* iit P ittsb u rg h .
l'la » le r.
M i- H P. Negh*y wa« in from flo rrnu
A. R . Oal.urit ri-tiirnid In B aiu lu n
Tuesday.
•
I'ui-»‘la y , att*-r a \ i» it w ith hi» aiaKrr»,
Mr. ami M m . E«!w ard liu b b ar*!, ot
Mr». M. S lN D i- tt and M r», (i.urgi- Slop-
Jo hn so n , A n / ., visited o v •*r the w«'»*k
plea.
••ml with M rs. («eorge Bo yd . T h e y art*
Mi»»«*» H yd al uud Id a lia K in o arriv e d
mi llin g in i‘UNf«‘rft Oregon. M rs. H ub
Wr* a n - t i l l e r i n g siimi* h |>) i * ii <I ì i I
<»:«i«l vva* M in * H« l«-fia M ein, who v i*it yf»t«-rda> ir o n C u lv e r fo r a \i»it w ith
re la tiv ca and frien d ».
• «1 M i*. B«*y«i tw o y e a r* ago.
v u I i i i ’ s
i n m IU | t n -<*•- g u m ls , t a l ­
hml
par
-irb oo l c h i l d r e n
b r in g
s o m e t im e s
w ard u o « »
ot
u o rin u t
d e fe rti ve
o u t tin* p a r e n t s
U n ii
r o n fru n t,
w h e th e r
eye.
h i*
' ‘ I fie le ’
CHILDREN’S EYF.S are OFTEN
DEFECTIVE FROM BIRTH
. t i l l . I l l 'l l 'f t
th e
& l , S I L S B Y
KERR
c u t*
W 'ttulMun re t in lie d
Ht it h i f n r d , r«, *n n , w li«,re 1 « •* tu«ik
f'11*m
tp a t
p rie * ' o f e v e r y t h i n g
up.
,1 K
G re e n P ep p ers, G reen C orn ,
p r o b le m
th l
4 * i i in « lu r in g tit«* *h<»rt t im e
t hit t t h e « » 1 1 1 n it « ' m in e f l e e t .
^t»e
P o ta to e s , S u m m e r S q u a s h , C a b b a g e ,
s e r lo u
fr o m
w o o d li f«*w d n y * n g o .
e t ili ab o u t e ith e r
M it t u r d iiy .
A
Mi
n»
em it
end.
A full su p p ly a n d a lw a y s fresh
and
fin g ir
M i , nini M m N\ m W fird returneil to
I in* I' n n o ij * o f t h e p u «t f e w
y e a r*
Kugeln* > at ill ila \ lifter »pending
fth o o ld h a v e t a u g h t y o u o f t h e u n e e r
e n t i iln v ■ ut the home off M r*
NVu id ’ n t m i it o ^ « « t f i r e fin d d e a t h
L i f o a to l f i r e
I tii re n t n , M i. nini M r« NN It lla w le v .
in s a n ir n e ire e e r t n i n w a y * o f p r o t e c t i n g
If i i r r y W illia m * mui K\«*r»*tt W oolley y o u r s e l f a rid y o u r d e p e n d e n t * u g n in * t
b o th .
r n p re p a re d n e n *
wa*
lo n g
ago
w e lt* t l‘»v a it from R a ja d a for the week
G o o d h ea lth d e m a n d s s e a s o n a b le fo o d
W a t e r m e lo n
th ir d
r u tt in g
F ra n k
iin w k iiu i
alm ost
severed
the
Mrs. C. M. P a rk e r nn«| Mrs. S. E.
M«1
‘ K in n e y \ isit«*«l at D ex ter thi* week.
H o n o r G u ard . N o ti-e
M l honor guard m embers who do not
Ja m e s O stran d er, \\ . ('. Jo hn so n , Er- pay delinquent dues by Sepc-m ber I
n«»*t Lo ckw o o d , *lohn B a d e r and E d g a r w ill be suspended. T h is is m com pliance
NN illson attend«»«! th«» convention o f the w ith state rules.
E lk s in P o rtla n d this w«*«»k.
B E L L E BU RKH O LD ER,
M iss A lic e M ann, o f Roscburg, v is it * ,
L e a d e r o f local guard.
WEAR A
SILK SERVICE FLAG
i
\o Be
Wor n on the
j Sleeve
\ IONOR
YOUR
SI )LDIER
We have them at 10c-15c
Also Service Pins at 15c & 25c
The Fair