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t» spenti Thnnksgiving
relativo» sellimi ut O. A.
C . k siirprìseil hi» fumili
hy xvalking in to spemi Tlinnksgixing.
Miss Lena Hureham, xvlio teaclie» in
The W m. Hlnter, Uro. Iluutsmnii litui
lliirvey S lm ili fu un In'.' w m diliger thè xx est siile »chimi ut thè Univo, » ti
guest» ut Ilio A Wolfiinl homo Tliiink» ni hoiue for Tliiiuksgix ing.
* (.>' •
fiv ta f.
l'Ilo tonohor nini pupil» ut Ilio »elioni
M OU N 'r V IE W .
homo ropnired lo Ilio front porch T uoh
ilnv to »00 Ilio air|*1 tin»> |(o liy,
(Specilli to The Seni ¡nel.)
Nlr. unii Mr». Noni, of Koscburg, nml
Mr limi Mrs. Ralph Sears,
Mr. ami Mrs. Kurti Messenger, o f Recti;
o f Walker, x ¡» ¡tfd Son dai ut thè P. \\
i*ort, »o ro boro tu iittoml ilio fiiiiornl of Sears houle.
Mr. and Mrs. F. .1. Hellnvell » e r e
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Pec. 4 Pearl Kerr has returned from
a two weeks * visit ill the Grov,* xxitli
her grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. George
Albert Rissue took Albert Vaughn.
Mr. and Mrs. Pussy Jones mid Mr
Isaacs amt babv to the Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. Pussy Jones arrived
Monday from Portland to take care of
Mr. Jones' people, who are all down
xvith the ' • fl u .' *
there are 47 cases o f “ f l u ” in this
The Star school re-opened Monday
Mrs. Hatfield, of Pisston, has been
hi re attending her daughter, Mrs. John
The five mouths old sou o f Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Isaacs died Monday night
while being takifli to a doctor, jnflueli
za ami complications were the entise.
1. George has succeeded Mr. Smith as
nightxvatchmnn, the latter having re
Several newcomers have arrived in
the ramp during the past two weeks.
Airs. Albert Rissue spent Tuesday
with Mr. mol Mrs. Clyde Kerr.
Albert Vaughn is on the sick list.
T. O. SUDTELL, SPECIAL AGENT, COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON
THESE HEATERS FOR SALE BY
KNOWLES Sh GRÄBER, HARDW ARE, COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
W YN N E & KIME, HARDW ARE, COTTAGE GROVE. ORE
SWENGEL H AR D W ARE COMPANY, COTTAGE GROVE, ORE
H. A. COOL, DRAIN, ORE.
STEARNS & CHENOWETH, YONCALLA, ORE.
tal but getting ylong nicely. He is the
Aliss Myrtle Gilham and her niece
Adah went to Eugene Sunday to see
Miss Gilham'» sister-in-law who is in
An s'.j-pound son was born No\. 29
Air. and Mrs. Wm. Aluvben.
Mr. and Airs. Murry and family took
Th..i k »giving dinner w ith Mrs. Alnr-y's
father, l 1 Gilkaml.
George Taylor spent Thanks-».\in-j n
the Grove at the home of his sister, Mrs,
; A. t\ Po» ell.
(Special to The Sentinel.1
Dec. 4.— O. L. Carlife, o f the Grove,
mid W. L. Kimble took Thanksgiviug
dinner at J. q. A. Young’s.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Powell and dtiugh
ter Ruth and Stanford Bartle spent
Thanksgiving day at London at U. A.
Garland Kimble and Miss Mettie May
L Y N X HOLLOW.
ben went down on the McKenzie to
spend Thanksgiving with Miss May-
(Special to The Sentinel.)
b e n ’s grandmother.
Dec. 4.— Airs. S. B. Jackson returned
The Markham family-and the Führer to her home Sunday after a visit with
family spent Thanksgiving at XV m. her children at Mabel.
T horp ’s.
Wm. Porter returned to the l". o f O.
Miss Sherman, o f the Grove, visited Sunday evening after spending the
a few days last week with Miss Adah Thanksgiving vacation with the home
C. H. Wineeoff and daughter. Mrs.
Airs. Geo. Huntsman and Air. and Airs.
Kelley, and family spent Thanksgiving I. N. Dresser transacted business in
at Latham at the home o f Mr. Wine- Creswell Friday o f last week.
c o f f ’s daughter. Airs. W. T. Garoutte.
A. Wolford shipped dressed hogs and
Mr. and Airs. E. A. Doolittle, o f Cres- Marion Lebow veal to Portland Tues
well, eame up Monday to spend a few day.
day*s with Airs. Doolittle's sister, Airs.
Mr. and Airs. Fletcher England, of
J. Q. A. Young.
Walker, xvere guests at the Lebow home
M. Green has moved back onto hi- t Thanksgiving.
The A. Wolford family and Air. and
Airs. B. AI. Kappauf has received a 1 Mrs. H. Strong took dinner at th
letter from her brother, Edward Ale Huntsman home Sunday.
Lean, who is in France, saying he had
.Miss Vixian Strong, o f Aloro, Ore
been wounded Oct. 20. was in the hospi who is attending the 1*. of <>., cum,, ui
M ike laughed
at the Judge
fo r chewing Gravely
The Judge came right
back at Mike with a friend
ly chew —just a couple of
little squares off his plug of
Mike found that the chew
stayed with him for a long
while, and the more he
chewed the better it tasted.
*"There’s the real tobac
c o satisfaction,” says the
Judge: “ and it costs noth
ing extra to chew this class
It goes further —that's why ram
can get the toad taste of this clan
o f tobacco without extra cost.
Real Gravely Chewing Plug
each p iece packed in a pouch.
P G GRAVELY T O B A C C O
C O ., .D A N V IL L E , V A -
Home : oMade : Flour
FOR HOME PEOPLE
Pride of Oregon, Soft Wheat Flour
H. & H. Hard Wheat Flour
Made by Cottage Grove
Phone 8 0
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Dec. 4. Miss Harriett quern returned
to Aloumouth Sunday, after spending
Thanksgiving with home folks.
Miss Flossie Mathis, o f .Mabel, visited
over Sunday with her parents, Mr. and
quite a crowd from here attended the
funeral of Air. Neal at Walker Sunday
Airs Howard Aloody and Airs. Kelly
Moody xvere iu the Grove Tuesday uftcr
L. P. Scott has returned from Panada,
after eight months’ absence.
Aliss Norn queen returned to her
school at Trent Sunday.
The Lewis family has recovered from
an attack of the “ flu.’ ’
Mr. and Mrs. Houston. Ruby Keene
and Is*» ell Bcuston attended the show
in Pottage Grove Monday night.
Bertha Neat, Lillie Knight, Otto
Nichols, Howard Keene, Hez Tucker
and Phub Shifflet were in Preswell Sun
Ted Goss has the influenza.
Boy Taplin was a Cottage Grove vis
¡tor Tuesday evening.
The high school students are practir
ing a play to be given in the near fu
The girls and boys o f the high school
haxt. organized basketball teams.
quite a bit o f excitement wns caused
when the biplane flew over, and people
all rushed out to see it.
The Sharon family visited friends in
L. C. Scott is in Eugene helping cur*,
for his mother, who is very ill.
ADVICE TO “FLU"
SPAIN AND ENGLAND REPORT
INCREASE IN TUBERCULOSIS
Thunksgix ing guest» ut thè home o f
Mrs. U d i i » idi '» parcnt» ut Yonnalls.
Mr. and Alrs. «I iiiuch l'otts, soli lini
and daughter Myrtlc inox ed olii tu thè
mill this xxeek.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry q«iiinbv spent
Son dai xx 1 1 li Mr quiuibv 'a parents.
Mr. ami Mrs. Fred Frasi and 8011
llarrv, of Blue Mountain, » e r i 1 ut tkl«*
W D. Mentii houle Thursday.
Mr. nml Mrs. P. \\ Sears, Mrs Kilt«-1
Sears and lirismi Scura motorini tu Ku I
Mr. And Mr». Plumle Arile limi d u i |
drcn spent Thunksgix ing xxitli Mrs. Net
tic Arile in thè G iove
Mrs. \\, D, Ilcatli left Tucsdnv for Influenza Convalescents Should Havs
U. S. Public Health Service Warns
Public Against Tuberculosis.
One Million Cases Tubercu
losis in United States— Each a
Source ot Danger.
Lungs Examined—Colds Which Hang
On Often Beginning of Tuberculosis.
No Cause for Alarm If Tuberculosis
Is Recognised Early— Patent Medi
cines Not to Be Trusted.
Kujtidil to comliict thè bouriling hou»
ut thè n e » camp oli diliuer crack.
Mr. ami Mrs. Waldo Miller »ere in
thè Graie Mondai
Jean Mosby spent Thunksgix ing in
F. A. Garetson Sr., o f thè Groxe, was
Olit to thè ini11 Mondai
Charles Buio» « a » m Cottage Groxe
Mondai' uiaking up thè lust shipuieut of
th,. caonery pack.
Alrs. S. E. l.oxvry Hreouiptniicd Mrs.
Fred Frost, of Blue Mountain, to tbe
Aliss Mirile Fottìi xvent to Cottage
Mr. ami Mrs. Fred Frus* ami uni Hat
ry were dinner guest» nt thè H. F lai»
rv houle Sundny.
SUBSCRIBERS TO UNITED WAR
The contribution of $3 to the United
Wad Drive Work by Mrs. Fet Hanford
was omitted from the city list last week
through error ami the subscription of
Dax id Sterling should hnxc been fli, in
stead of 43, as printciiw
WildwoAil school district No. H4, »ith
quota of 443 in the 1'nited War tlrixc,
subscribed 4lrt.NI, the list of subscribers
icing as follows:
Bert Pline, Mrs. P Burgess, Gladys
Mitchell, .Mr. nml Mrs. W H I’ hillips.
Mrs. M. H o d g s o n , Virginia Gildberif,
Mrs. A. G. Muter, Charles Finley, Ray D
’anieron, Clifford Smith, P. ,1. Cameron,
. W. Hunt, Mrs. J. K, Damewood, Airs,
i. F. Smith, K. P. Gleason, G. F Smith,
Mrs. A. Whitman, P. K. Damewood, I
and Kose L. I’ ugli.
RED CROS8 NOTES.
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Bexvnru tuberculosis nfter In-
* flucitzn. No need to worry If
* you take precautions In time.
Ikui’t illiignose your oxvn con
* dition. Have your doctor exam-
* In«* your lungs scvcrul Hines nt
* tnoulhly Intervals. Build up your
* strength with right living, good
* food and plenty of fresh ulr.
Don't xvunto money on patent
* medicines advertised to euro tu
Itccnmo « fresh air crunk and
* enjoy Ilf«.
G rove Transfer
C om pany
ALL KINDS OF
JOBBINO AND FURNITURE
MOVINO PIANOS A
Jacobs & Breedlove
Washington, I>. G. (Special.) Ac
cording to a report made to the United
Htatcs Public llcultii Service, tbe epi
demic o f luttiiciizu In Hpnlti bus nl-
r«*ady caused an Increase In the preva
lence and deaths from pnlinoiniry tu
berculosis. A slmllur assm-lntlon be-
/ O tvlvn ’ ì c f / / « ' 7 V o /<
tween Intlucnza and tuberculosis was
r«*«-eiitly muilo by Sir Arthur Newa-
/ C ir n
U r r J C iS i
holme, the chief medical oltlccr of the
English public lieultb service. In Ills
amilysls o f the tuberculosis death rule
A POORLY PP.D IlORBE
In order that the people o f the Unit reflects discredit on its owner, hut ths
ed Stales may prodt hy the experience ■inner gets the worst o f the deal h»
o f other countries Burgeon General cause economy in feeding the uorsc
Rupert Blue o f the United Hint»’» Pule j affects its working capacity as well as
its appcnrai.ee. If your boise kicks on
lie Health Service Inis Just Issued a
his feed you can correct it by buying
warning emphaslzli*; the need of *|m- your feed here, as you get the best
clal precautions nt tbe pm w nt time. quality for the least outlay. Farmers,
“ Experience seems to Indicate,” says contractor» sad horse owners generally
tlio Surgeon Hclicrxil, “ Unit persons know that our feed is always up lo ths
whose resistance liutt been weakened
hy uu attack o f liitlts-uza are peculiar
ly susceptible to tuberculosis.
iii 111 louts o f Us'people recently affected
with Iiift 114 .11Z11 this country noxv o f
fers rondltlotistfsvorlng the spread of
Ons Million' Consumptlvss In ths
Want tit buy tent in good condition and
cheap. Inquire Hrntiael office. d2<*pd
“Then you consider tills a serious
menace?" was asked. “ In my opinion For Male One 0 year old black pony;
broke to work, drive and ride. Phone
It Is, though I hasten to add It Is dis-
tlnrtly one agnlnst which the ix-nplo 23 F25. Address F.
( irox c, ( >i i
can guard. So far as one rnn estimate
there are nt present nbout one million
surance, timber binds, mining prop
ruses o f tuberculoids In the Unite«!
There Is unfortunately no i-rty, farming property and city prop,
complete census available to show ex orty.
HAULING AND DRAYING
Wlm are the witnesses?
They are Uidtuge Grove people—
Resldenls of t'oltiige Grove who have
hull kidney linekurlie, kidney ills, blad
der ills; who have used Doan’s Kidney
Pills. These « it nesses endorse Dolin'».
One Cottage Grove resident who
speaks is Mrs. F. U. Ralston, 417 H.
Third Ht Hhe anysi “ I have tried d if
ferent kidney medicines, bill they liaxe
never done me a bit o f good. Dona s
Kidney Pili» I» the only medlein« that
keeps my kidneys in good order. Any
one troubled xxitli b a c k a c h e or other
symptoms of kidney romplnlat should
try Doan’s, for I know they tire reli
Price (lOe, lit all dealers.
D o n ’t
simply ask for a kidney ......edy- get
Doan’s Kidney Pill» the same that
Mrs julston had Foster Milborn Un,,
Mfgrs, Buffalo, N. Y.
w. w. M c F a r l a n d
Tim Naums of Cottage «ro sa rarsoua
Familiar to All.
Workers arc urgenti)- needed nt thè
sewing rooms. We huve u large quota
this monni of refugee garnients, 121
pairs of drawers and 275 yard» of outing
fintine! to he limile iuto undersbirts.
• • •
The surgicnl dressing ilepartment hn»
inaile pneumonin jackets whieh it wi
gladly fumisti to physiciuns or patients.
If interested, cali 135 R.
• • •
DELIGHT V ALLEY.
Alrs. S. E. Huhhurd recenti)’ donati’d
(Special to The Sentinel.)
a «(uiIt which aold for 45. A variety of
Dec. 4.— The Nixon families spent ui'w, «eli maile quilts are on sale nt thè
Saturday in town at the George Hall Red Cross store.
The W. A. Hogate family were
BUDOET TO SHOW COUNTY
Thanksgiving guests at the Ernest Hears
T A X LEV Y W ILL BE LOWER
The N. J. Huff family, of Blue Moun
The eounty budget for I01H ha» been
tain spent Sunday at the C’hns. Couuer
subinitted by thè eounty court. It is actly the number of tuberculous per
Air. Adney is ill and a physician » a s planued to liobl thè annual taxpnyers’ sons In each stale despite the fact that
meeting, ut «hich tinte thè different moat o f the atntes have made the dis
enlled Monday to attend him.
items on thè budget »i li he discusseli, ease nqtnfUthle. In New York city,
Air. White is back in the neighbor
ou Decomber 21.
hood, staying at the Plott home.
where reporting has been In force for
The estimateli levy this yeur is in thè
J. T. Shattuek sold three milk rows
many years, over 36,000 eases of tu
to a Creswell man Tuesday.
figure» to he submitted by thè court in berculosis one registered with the I ►
Chas. Conner assisted J. H. Hawley,
part incut o f Health. Those familiar
of Divide, in separating some calxes
with the sit unt Ion believe that the ad
from the herd in the pasture here and yeur. The pcrcentagc» for encb depuri
o f unrnrognlted and u lire ported
in driving them home Tuesday.
eases would innke frfre number nearer
Frank Ha f ley left early Wednesday
For state ta l, 25.3 per cent.
50,(XX). T be very careful health sur-
morning for Anluuf after some cattle.
For all »elioni piirpnsc», 22.1 per cent. vey conducted during the past two
School reopened for all the grades
For roads, bridge», etc., 32.5 per cent. years In Kruuilisghnin, Muss., revealed
For total expenses o f all eounty of
200 rimes o f tub«T<*ulosla In a popula
Airs. Oscar Jackson was in Creswell
ficea and eoiirtbousc, induding all thè
tion o f approximately 15,000. If these
salario», 11.5 per cent.
The K. J. Kent family spent Wednes
proportions hold true for the United
day at the Nixon home.
States ns a whole they would Indicate
court», 2.3 per cent.
The Red Cross met Thursday after
that alazut one In every hundred per
For insani., care of poor, indigeni sol
noon, after several weeks’ inactivity,
Each o f these
diers, widows' pensiona and huiinty, 4.2 sons la tuberculoua.
and sewed on refugee garments.
constitutes a source o f danger to be
Everyone in the neighborhood was
For ngriculturist, fruit inspoetor, guarded against.“
exeited Tuesday when the airplane
passed over. It was a new sight to most eounty fair» and veterinarian, 1.2 per
What to ' Do.
of us. One man said, “ Saginaw may
In his statement to the public Hur-
have the Pacific highway, but we have
animala and miscellaaeous, .9 of I per freon General Blue imlnta out how
the aerial mail route.”
those who have had influenza should
protect themselves agnlnst tuberculo
S IL K CREEK .
sis. “ All who hnvo irecovered from In
fluenza," says the Surgeon General,
(Special to The Sentinel.)
“ should have their lungs carefully ex
Dec. 4.— H. M. Damewood came out
amined hy a rompetz'iit physician. In
from the Grove Sunday to look after
fact, It Is desirable to have several ex-
THE CI TY
T R A N S F E R
Airs. John Wood and Mrs. C. E. Wood
amliintlons made a month apart. Hurh
walked to the Grove Monday and visit
examinations cannot he made through
ed at the Theodore Sprague home.
the clothing nor ran they lie carried
Among the Grove visitors Monday
out In two or three minutes. If the
were Mr. Gruber, Clarence Cooley, Air.
DONE ON SHORT NOTICE
lungs are found to bo free from tuber
and .Mrs. D. A. Estes, Frank Wheeler,
every effort should bo mnde to
Mrs. J. F. Gildersleve, O. O'. Lucbter
keep them so. This cun ho dono hy
hand and Airs. E. Al. Wheeler.
PIANO MOVINO A SPECIALTY
right living, good food and plenty of
C. E. Wood is suffering with an ulcer
Office at Bon Ton
W. W. Gildersleve was laid up with
poison oak a day or two this week.
The Burgeon General warned espe
A few o f F. P. Wheeler’s friends
cially against certuln danger signs,
formed a bee the first o f the week and
such as “ decline" and “ colds which
dug his potatoes for him. Owing to the NEW BUTTER W R AP PRICES hang on."
severe illness from whieh he is just ro-
These, he explained, were often the
eovering Mr. Wheeler had not been able On account of another advance in
beginning o f tuberculosis. “ If you do
to dig them.
the price of hotter parchment, we
\t the road meeting Friday 31 votes finti the following slight advance not get well promptly, If your cold
aeenm to hang on or your health and
were cast for a five-mill tax and k
in price« neccHHary:
strength decline, remember that these
against. Wm. Medley was chairman of
the meeting. Max Dorward secretary, 100 w rap «................................$1.30 are often the enrly signs o f tuberculo
inil Wilbur McFarland and O. Heine Kach additional 100 ordered
ids. Place yourself at once under the
acted as tellers.
care o f a competent physician. Tuber
\lx ah Walker arrived home Friday,
culosis Is curable In tlie early stages.
lie has been very ill with “ f l u ” at a
Patent Medicines Dangeroue In Tuber,
Friday and Saturday Special
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gildersleve, Mr.
“ Above all do not trust In the mis
anil Mrs. Clarence Cooley nml dnughter A reduction of 20 cent« will be
Thelma and Mrs. K. M. Wheeler and made on find, hundred on all or leading stntements o f unscrupulous
daughter Edith were guests at the der« printed on Friday« or Satur patent medicine fnkers. There Is no
Thanksgiving dinner at the W. W. Gil day«. Order« may he placet) on specific medicine for the cure o f tuber
¿Jerslove borne Thursday.
any day of the week for printing culosis. The money spent on sueh
Ralph Damewood, who is falling tim on Friday or .Saturday at the re medicines Is thrown away; It should
ber at Rujndu, reports snow four inches
lie apent Instead fur good food and de
Clyde Burcham, who is in the training COTTAGE
Cottage Grove Witnesses
STERLING FEED CO.
W A N T
A D S .
40 acres, 10 iu cultivation, 2 acres or
chard, 5 acres slushed; 2 rows with
nixes; I yearling heifer; 1 mare; wag
on, buggy, harness, farming implements.
Creek runs through place.
»liter to house. Half mile west Isindon.
I’ ro c, 41200, half cash. Frank H Pedi
olN nl5pd tfe
For pneumonia. Influenza, grip or colds.
do lie oil. Worth its »eight in gold.
For sale by Mrs. H M. Hansard, Cot
tage Grove, HIh ut Wash Axe.
For Bale Cheap Htock ranch, desirably
locatisl and arranged. Owned by a
non resident who will soon lie here to
sell the property whole or divided.
Terms. Address Box 252, Cottage Grove,
i | drtpd
W a n t to rent ori gan with object of buy
ing. Address Box 1115, Cottage Grove,
Baled alfalfa hay for sale lu car lots.
Write I’iiinrv 4. Bender, Ontario, Ore
Wanted Employment by high school
girl for room and board. Cull l ul l
For Bale or Trade— Well Improved lflO
acres in Isigaii eounty, Oklahoma, 3 ^
miles to town, for land in Oregon. Chas.
Hrbulze, 21)7 W. 14th Htreet, Pueblo,
Iloraes for Sale— Bay gelding 4 years,
1300 lbs.; brood mure 1000 lbs.; driv
ing mare 1000 lbs., rlieiip. Telephone
23 F4. George Kuppntif.
Tor Hale or Trade My II room modern
home; furnace, lights, gas, paved
streets, in heart o f Malcui, O r e g o n near
cur line. Will consider small improved
farm »i th running miter. Consideration
42500. Exen trade, no incumbrances.
Address W. It lloldimnn, 3IM “ litli Axe.,
Milxviiukre, W’ is,
Olrl wanted to annlst with housework.
Mrs. Ida Miller, Corner Heventh and
Why don’ t you buy a home? House and
big lot, on West Main street for sale.
Nmull payment down and balanee same
ns rent. Her* Geo. II. Brainnrd, First
National Bank building.
Lost Light red, 3 year old row; da
horned and should have calf with her.
Notify ('has. F. Miller, Lorane route,
ph.oic si ll
Wood and hay for sale; also set harness.
L. G. Moxley. Phone to I7F2I. d«20p
For Bale Baled hay and haled straw.
L. M. Tucker, phone 2F23.
Camera for Bale
Bee at The Sentinel