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About Cottage Grove sentinel and Cottage Grove leader. (Cottage Grove, Oregon) 1915-1921 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1918)
Dainty creations in crepe «1«»
rhino, georgette, taffeta, china
»•ilk ami voile. Kouutl or V
uock and some with collars.
Many have relieving touches
o f high color to sot o ff tho
somber shade of the suits.
Some are in suit shades of
navy, taupe and brown.
Prices range from $3.50 to $8
NECKWEAR FAVORS FOR
For mother, or sister, or wife,
aa for all lady-folk friends of
every time of life from the
school girl to grandmother— a
»veil selected piece of neckwear
will please mightily.
l “riced--------------25c to $1.50
Uncle Sam Asks You to
Buy Now and Send Now
CI 1UI HTMAH C O N V E N I E N T E «
First, because we w ill not be open evenings until Christmas and it w ill be a l
most impossible to serve you to your satisfaction if all wait till the crush ot
the last week. Second, because everything you send now saves overloading
the railroads and mails later on. What is more, only so much w ill be taken
and if there should he an overload later, all Christmas deliveries may be held
W », Hi llii- »ture, nrc dniug o lir brut In ninke il mure n in i• • n ie lli
fu r voti wbu rum e tu buy. N u lic e hnw we b u re iirrun ged Mmig»
mi lim i yuu culi «e Ie ri w lm t yuu wndi e veli w iM inut lite hnhih I linee
u f tke mrleiipeuple. D iirln g thè nudi liuurn u f C hristinnn shopping
our NiileNpeuple iiuty uni ii(, utile tu Berve yuu uh p m n ip tly a« in
nurniiil lune« nini nu fu r y u n r u n ii rn n v e n ie n re
we nre unly
luu pleimed In Im vp yuu serva y u u rs e lf u« yuu w ou lil In ynur
nw II liuuie.
l'u ln e in Die inu rtlillg lim i pel n eip inin led tv I • li il« Ihen V"U
w ill e irn p e Mie rush inni we eitir g it e yuu lie lle r neri ire. I l i V
FOK CIIR1HTM AM.
C H R IS T M A S STOCKS C O M P L E T E - W e are ready to serve you with
everything that fashion dictates and which may best satisfy your requirements.
The spirit o f Santa Claus is reflected in th e specinl showing of Christmas
goods in every part o f the store. Come today.
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New Toys for the Children
R N T lfU : I*. AST BALCONY
Hiv H*tt«*riii£ I!• it, ftllr; l i vi ng litrcl*, Iti« unti If*«*;
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In Seeking Something Acceptable You Will Find
Nothing Better Than a Pair of
Dress Shoes or Gloves
Select from our shoes for dress wear, for all-day
wear, for house wear or street wear, for sports or
school wear. We show a complete range of styles
varying from the daintiest shoes to the most sturdy.
Practical Gifts Here for
Your Soldier Man
Women's Kid Gloves, always acceptable, shown
here in black, gray, tan and white.
I i n . ,1
Priced a pair---------------------------------- $2.20 to $3
for women and children, ONE-THIRD OFF REGU
L A R PRICE including remaining felt, plush and
velvet hats, tarns, trench hats and caps. As a bar
rage against disappointment, come in and buy early
before selections are shot to pieces.
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$« 00 to $10 00
OFFICIAL BLACK TIES
We are showing the only official mil
itary tie which la made uf pure black
silk satin four-in-ha ltd style.
CHRISTMAS SALE OF
firm heavy weight mol just what your
soldier man wilt appreciate these cold
Priced a pair_______________________ __ ____ $3 to $8
K r i'ft iif ai’ln, f I
In in t n, !!f*r ; £11 mt**, fw t«»
npiv Tm k«*r T u y *, Hr«1 f «• 7ft«*; w h irl m u liilr,
&iN'. S p i * our MtiM-k o f i I u I I n , £004, wti£<ni««, «kitt«**,
top«», n k iN ttm ,
Illotora, ft «Mini « mi £|||«* n , t»n 11« I«* r block«, bulla, book«,
New Felt Hats
FELT COMFORT SLIPPERS
Shown in all wool felt and with felt
sole or leather sole and heel. All sires
I i n .-. I
You have been rushed with getting ynur
packages o f f on time for oversea.«, and
now you will be occupied with getting
the Christmas packages ready for the
boys “ over here.“
You will find in our large Christmas
storks many practical gifts which will
“ help to spread good cheer” and keep
your soldier man “ smiling.”
Among the many gifts from which
you can make selection here are:
Shown in gray and red mid blue and
tan combinations complete with neck
and belt cords. These buth rubes are all
Heady for Your «election all Bewest »Impel and
uiu«t dr«itable color shade» hats with silk lining
or plain, civilian or unlitnrv styles
$2 26, $3.00, $3.60. $3.76. $4 00 $4 60
to $ 1 .^
BLANKETS ARE WELCOME
I ’ ncle Sam provides good blanket« for
our boys but during the cold nights of
mid-winter one more pnir is always ap
preciated —ami the blankets sent now
can be brought home when the boys are
mustered out. We are showing a spleu-
did range of blankets in cotton, wool-
nap. part wool or pure wool in weight
front nue to five pounds.
to $ 20.00
WOOL OR KID OLOVES
Here nre all sizes in gray and tan wool
or kid gloves a pair of which your boy
60 c to $3 00
COME TO THE STORE AN D M AKE
YOUR SELECTION OF THESE
Handkerchiefs, travel bags and suit
cases, underwear, mirrors, combs, brush
es, shaving soup und cream toilet soap,
tooth brushes, khaki shirts, sweaters,
«ELECT ONE OF
These New Shirts
Clear Away All
C O A T S
What man would not be pleased with one of these
crisp new skirtsf No man can |Missess too many.
I.ct us show them to you today— they are here in
pure silk, silk mi ted, or cotton.
$l 60 to M M
M E N 1« NEW T IE « FOK CHRIHTMAH Just on
display- beautiful new putterns.
50r to $ 2.00
Is the Order of the Day
Tho clang of the bell is sounded for the last call on
coats— that means that every coat must go quickly.
Never before have we had so complete an assortment
of fashionable favorites, so complete a listing of sizes,
so complete a range of values to suit all purses— placed
on sale at the very height of the season’s demands at
prices that w ill make every coat purchase a well paying
G RO CERIES
IN ABUND ANCE
Choose from our large fresh stocks—order here early— candied fruit,
fresh fruit, canned pineapple, peaches, pears in sweet syrup; al
rnonds, walnuts, candies, plum pudding, figs, dates, sure-pop pop
corn, apples of best quality and variety. Phone your order or come
4«.50 to $7.50 Coats go at__ ______________ _______ ..$4.95
$12.00 to $14.00 Coats go
FROM THOSE OVER THERE.
(Continued from preceding page;
back to the land where God made life
It is necessary to sit in the firelight
only because the issue uf candles has
been quite small lately and they are all
needed in the kitchen, and the stock in
the shops the returning Belgian refugees
have set up was soon exhausted. Luck
ily we are not doiug a great deal these
dayB so we have time to write a few
letters then. Otherwise I fear tfiejr
wouldn't get written. Of course we
never know when we are going to move
and maybe spend a day biking across
country with our packs. We have built
up a nice little home one day only to
leave it behind the next morning, hav
ing enjoyed it but one short evening.
You probably know by this time that
our division has seen active service at
the front and the west should be proud
o f the way those “ doughboys” went
over the top. O f course the censor
might allow me to tell you about that
drive but it would be of no more inter
est than the description? of moving to
the front by truck and motor and the
passing of guns, ammunition, etc., and
their operation on the front, that you
have already heard time and again. But
O a ts
go at"............................. $19.50
go at.................. „ ............$23.00
go at.................................. $29.00
one thing I can say is that when those
Boche shells begin playing “ Yankee
Doodle” over one’s head and a German
plane begins dropping bad eggs around
you, it is time to move. Homo of the
boys prefer shell holes and simo- dive
under a truck, just as a matter o f pre
caution. They say that two shells never
light in the same place bat 1 have seen
them come pretty close to each other.
But the Yankee artillery can send ’en
over made to order.
As you can see we are all gettin;
along fine aside from a few hardship
now and then which we are quite n■
customed to by now. 1 don’t know how
long we will be here or where we wil
go from here. The Hoche are on the rut
toward home pretty fast now and it
they keep on going we may be 'back
with you before long.
We hope this letter finds Mot tug
Grove still at the top and from The Hen
tinel, that w-p have the very great plea
sure o f reading, the old home town i
doing her bit.
T H E QUALI T Y
store - coodservice
Mothers! A tte n tio n !
We want you to see our big line of
OREOON CASHMERE SUITS
You have not seen better vulues for the
money this season. Trousers full lined,
every auit all wool; some suits have two
pairs trousers. Colors are blue, brown
and gray mixed.
$ 10.00 to $ 14.00
New Shipment of Hoys’ Wool Cloth
Huts and Caps; nil sizes; all colors 111
the styles you like.
«Or to $2.50
1 woilld givi- consideratile if yon could modern to the Inst degree and I believe
se e thè progress and development that that ID years from now it will be the
is going on, it would interest you migli» smile here. Home of the French people
ily I know. The engineering pnrt of thls I have talked to about it seem to be
game over bere is one that will be o f glad that such will take place. Then
benefit to thè world. The pcople over there are others who feel the other way
here, including many of thè Fagliali au
more sorrowful because they will lose
tbnr^iea, did nnt think that certain their old picturesque wny of doing.
things could be done, luit they have been As a general rule the people enjoy their
rione ami ilone nell.
issue and old style. They have many
The Hpnnish influenza scema to have holidays and where we over there take
;akcn some hold over there and I ani one day, over here they take two or
•orry to bear of it. Mere, we are not three days. Wine shops nre every other
: > b: di" toiiched liut ■ I bclieve flint door amj are >■ part of their daily liv
inong thè French civili si n s if lina been ing. A wedding menus a celebration of
•riputar ( T ) . I have heard that all thè all the neighbors and near relatives for
hiirehea, schemi» and theaters (inclini- at least three days. But they are n hos
0 thè mov'. <) were closcd.
pitable and likeable people. I have not
1 have a acconti Service stripe Corning yet been to Faria but I have heard that
n Jnnnary, making 10 inonths in Eli- it is like our big cities with all these
ipe Ma', e hnd consideratile sigbtsepie ; pleasures thrown in.
in thè line of iluty.
[A later letter from Sergcnnt Wood
Hppnaing o f ‘ ‘ seeing” — I feci un 7
rote inother some rime ago. Ilerenfter is dated from St. Nnzierre and he says
t lielieve in boosting “ See Americit. his brother Robert is at Ht. Main.]
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The wonderful things over i
•bere are far superbir to what we see.'
W A N T S TO COME HOME.
BOOSTS SEE AMERICA FIRST
Following are excerpts from a letter
over here. Of course, thè historical pnrt j
Follwoing are excerpts from a letter of this country is wonderful bnf t h è 1 written his mother, Mrs. Jasper Fatten,
received by A. B. Wood from hi
Germana hnve destroyed mnny of thè) by Wm. Fatten, who is in the navy:
nephew, Sergeant Joseph W. Wood, who must historical things und, ns ì say, fori
We nre in Brooklyn and I guess we
is in the motor transportation corpa in reni scene,ry and country our old u. H. | will be here for some time as repairs
I I A. is a wonderful place. America is must be made that will take nbout a
month. By the end of the next trip mj
time will be up and I'll be homeward
bound, and I ’ll sure be glad. Guess I 'll
try for a job on the Columbia river. I
don't like land any more.
pounds per person per month and dealers
should endeavor to sc,, that this is done
without further use of consumers ’ card.
" I t should lie dearly understood that
the removal o f the above restrictions
does not in any wny affect the price
charged by the refinery to the jobber,
S U G AR R E S T R IC T IO N S
or by tho jobber to the dealer, or by the
H A V E BEEN R EM O VED dealer to the eonsumer. ”
W. H. Ayer, federal food administrn
tor for Oregon, bus issued the following
statement, announcing the abandonment
of the certificate plan of sugar distrihu
tion which has been in effect for four
" O w in g to the Congestion of nine
sugar in Lnuiaiana, and beet sugar in
the producing districts, the food admin
istrntion has found it necessary to rc
lievc the situation immediately by al
lowing for the unrestricted distribution
"Therefore, effective December I, the
certificate plan of distribution will be
abandoned, and manufacturers and deal-
era can procure their requirements with
out the use of certificates. This also np
plies to public eating places, but the
regulation whereby th(. quantity used
is limited to four pounds for 90 meals
will remain in full force and effect.
"Consumers are restricted to four
City’s First Flu Victim.
Cottage Grove’s first death from in
Frank David Caswell succumbed to the
disease. He hnd been dllngerously ill
for several days, lie was 30 years of
age and hnd but recently conic here
from California, lie leaves a wife and
ehild. The funeral will be held this a f
ternoon from the chnpel, Rev. Joseph
Clnssy job printing. Tho Hentinel. ••
SOUTHERN PACIFIC TIME TABLE
(Correrteli September 22, 1918)
No. 18— 9:17 a. m. No. 13— 12.43 a. m.
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