Cottage Grove sentinel and Cottage Grove leader. (Cottage Grove, Oregon) 1915-1921, September 23, 1921, Image 7

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Union picnic oli Mo»by crai'k Humliiy.
f"»idi'0t». Iittve returned from Ht. Paul,
K. It. Hipioirnr wn» up Troni Kiigiui» Mum., In make thia their permanent
homo.
Hiitiirdnv on IniKÌniim.
Wanted flood old .'10x3 and .lOiStfe
Mola»»«'» ninni will imikc Ilio Imiti'»
Cottage Urove Vulraaizing
flit; 4 7 !• Tur buttar fui »1 H|iri»y ’*. »21 f i'ii»ingN
jlyltwt r-
I llr II W. Ti III» uncinici li nii'ulinK Work»
ut Ilir (.lini' l'oonly I*' nini »oi'ii'ly in
Mr. nnd Mr" fl. II Young returned
Kugi'iii' Hiitiarilny ••vening. Ilo I» prò» Sunday from vi«ii' in Noutliern Oregon
iili*ni of ibi* xoiioty.
nnd in northerh Cnlifornin Mr» Young
Artlior Cimili», of l/onilon, li-fi yc» ' i it' i| i,i Allininbrii at the home or
! I ri In v lo ii 11 i ' iii I I*. A. C, Buttili I li i» her »on, Orville H|ienr, nnd with the
Hpenr fninily vi«ite,| the Iteaumont oil
\ M r.
Buying ««'veral at a time not only nave« the necessity of going
Multi' il movo.
f.i»t w il li D ii riunii field», where Mr. Hpenr I n employed.
out after them when you newl them suddenly, hut make« any
A. B«l»ton
llnv il righi. Hi'o Diirluiiii.
A rutti Hhe nl"o vi»ited at the
rnnltjr bii»iu«»*.
spt2tfc ] home nt Pun»muir and on her return
meal eaaier to prepare. On our shelve« you will find every
'upped nt f'I'ntriil Point, ftre., where
Mr». George Kiiowle» nini Mr». Doli j Mr. You no hud been vl»iting nt the
de«rOption of canned good« fish, fruit, vegetables all ready
friuil DrnIn'r ri'turni'il Tiii‘»ilny Troni ni home of hi» non, Morion Young.
to pour into a dish and serve.
liiii'k li'lM*rry in« t r i |> in tlu* Itolirniin
For dry old growth body fir or mill
ili»! rirt.
wood, call City Tmnnfer, phone 69. nütfe
H Work ini; unii Tnmily hnvr rnuved
l ( i a n d Mr», .f. K. Carlnon, of the
lo ri' Troni Ho Imi lo moki' tlii» city
f'hri-tnin ehiireh, left Monday to lit
C IT Y D I L I V ■ B V
I In' i r I ioiiii '.
tend the Kugene llilde univer»ity. A.
J. C rboii, father of ICev. Carbon, left
nt the name time for hi» home in Port­
land.
f Tin tide V. Mver* nnd family, of Til
nlmook, are visiting the K. N. fTm»on
family.
Miss 1 ,01» Thoiiui» fiiotorrd tu Kiigeiir
Christian Helenee church, corner Jef
Friday night.
ferarin avenue and
Hecond »treet.—
Mr». Vilftln Hrfitt, who hml been
Hiinday nervine* at 11 a. m. Wednesday
visiting al Dir homi* of her pnrrnt»,
Rervie* »1 7 p. n ,
tf
Earle Richardson, employed for *ev-
American Chop Buey.
Mr and Mr» VV I. Darby, lift Friday
Clinton Hurd nnd family, of Cobtirg. erul month* last year in the office of
Caramelize ono tablespoon of oigar,
for ( llympitti Wash.
visit, d with the N. J. Nelson, Hr., and , The Sentinel, antf who has since been add i % cups o f dried cooked pork or
Mi»s Krinup' Cm loft Haturiliiy for
the H |„ Markin families over the a reporter on the Oregonian, was mar veal, mi x finely-chopped onion», two
hrr »filoni in Albany.
week end.
I ried at MeMinnvillo September J4 to cups chopped peppers, one tab! »(»ion
Elizabeth
Klb'-rtha
Stewart, cooking oil, two cups meat broth and
It ro»t» no more lo buy u Kelly.
(Inllowny write* insurance.
** Mi»»
NrI moii »fib* then».
»&><'
M r». W. C. Conner and »oil Clair, 'laughter of Mr. and Mr». E. J. Stew­ suit to taste. Cook gently until tie
Mr. nod Mrs. l(oy linker, of Mabel,
vegetables are tender. Acid 1 cup of
who had been visiting relative» here, art, of that city.
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returned homo Friday. They were here
cooked rice and Vh cun of soy sauce.
returned Monday to their home in Ha-
The Past Matron» club met Monday
• • •
to attend tin* fintemi of Mr. linker’»
h
in
Many a rlulil having a poor
afternoon at the home of Miss Elsie
»i»ler. Mr*. J. K. Kidley, whirh wa»
Spiced Cookies.
Mi
Velma Hnllee, of Htar. I n »tny , Is-tt for the first meeting of the sea­
held here Thur»tliiy.
wliuul I'l't'ui'ti and a rcputu-
One-fourth cup butter, Vi cup lard,
mg with Mr. nnd Mr». Lincoln Taylor son. A pleasant social afternoon was
c rose mod together; Vh cup browL >uy,r,
Mr. and Mr». Alvith Wise, of Albany,
lioll for being backward and
Drakes lined. Free adjust nu nt» 30 ¡In» winter and attending high school followed by refreshment».
Vh cup white sugur, Vi cup sour umk,
visited during the week with Mrs.
lure.
<*■
la/.y I n mi in | ily a victim of
1 egg, Vv teaspoon soda, 2 cups I lour,
Wise'» |NIrent», Mr. and Mrs. T. J. days thereafter. Overland (inrage. jHtf
Fur dry old growth body fir or nub
Mrs. Mary Smith and Mrs. George V» teaspoon each clove and nutno g, -,j
defective eyesight. INioreyi*
Manna.
Mr. and Mrs. (i. D. Dickinson left •*oud, < ull Cuy 1 runnier, phone 66. a&tfc M atthews will be hostesses to the Cou-
teaspoon cinnamon, Va teaspoon lemon
I or clucktiu lire try crooeot® oil, 40«*. Tiicsduy by motor to attend the Den
sight, undiscovered, may re­
Umar Woodson and Henry lienneit »tellutiou elub Thursday afternoon of extract, Vti cup raisins, Vj cup c in <1
the gul. tiling your turni, ttpruy ’• «211 dicton round up.
aezt
week
in
the
bunquut
room
of
Ma
led Kionduy on a eauipmg trip to
lard a child'a w hole progics
nuts. Drop on buttered Lins aao imke
Mr». I). II. Wills and Mrs. I.ynch Coon lake.
some temple.
Among those who tiitended the fan
in auick oven.
in life.
• • •
l iiday were Mrs. VV. II. < oopt-r ami Ciirria were in Kugcnc Tut*»day.
U. H. Nlouii, of l>i» Angele», ha»
The
Tuesday
Afternoon
Bridge
club
tinugnier»
ianutii>
ami
I
liuriol
u*,
Mrs.
Drompt
Jitney
service
at
City
Tran»
Luncheon Spinach.
taken the place of night clerk nt the
I'erimlic viaila to a umnl
I «'un britDiikt'* ami tiaugliirr Alit i for Company. Ditone 00.
jly28tfc Hotel Kartell, Herbert Adam» having met tin* week with Mr». W. II. hnder
Hea»on I cup cooked spinach with
n|ilieal H|n*eialiHt awiure your
ly, ull member» being present for the teaspoon »alt, one eighth teaspoon p. p
IMi/.lib* l it, !.. * . I,trek wood, hdiilr Hulli
II. J, Hhinn was in Kugem* Tuesday rcMigued,
first session of the fail Reason. Re­ per and
van, h.d. W. Miller, M m . C. M. Jink on legal busifie»».
children <d' enrreel vision at
Va tablespoon margarun .
Clean your egg»; »ell them often and freshment» were »erved following a
son, M. i'. U a ami family .i 11 Hoard
Bard cook two eggs, spread hell ol
all time«.
Frank Dorter i» receiving treatment help your owu businc»». Ask for Col pleasant afternoon »pent with cards.
anti daugiitei llenter, Al tu Alluni Unii I,
spinach in buttered glass baking di»a,
luge ijrove made breud und butler, aülí
• • •
Al rs. Georgi* lltihl ami Mr». J . II. for un alisei*»» on his right eye.
You will find un willing
add a layer of minced ham, Vh « ‘I1 1
Mr
Anna liowily returned Monday
Mr. and Mrs. John Barker enter sufficient; next eggs chopped line,
VV right.
and eom|ieteiit to advise
tamed
at
dinner
Sunday,
their
guest»
from
a
visit
with
relative»
at
Italia*.
i Mi
Murk I i it mu i le o-
then thin white sauce and sprinkle
you.
Itliiifd r»aiurtlay Iron» oullniu Or«'go li,
J. K. Kelley, who dime here ia»t Iwing Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Proctor, Hr., one eighth cup grated cheese o : top.
week I rom \ anruuvcr M idi the body and sou Archie. The senior Proctor» Het in hot oven until cheese i» rich
w lu ll I!*•*>* Visllfti at the liwiiii* ol
leaving
soon
for
Long brown.
ul In» wile, returned home Monday, anticipate
M in . Onjoutlf N »inler, Mrs. Jean Goti.
being uecouipaiued by Mr». J. U. Beach, Calif.
Think of il! Hull sole» on men’»
♦ «>'«'
tinker and »on tiny, mother and
dress shots, fi.òli ni Goti
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A person’s intuition i* considerably
Mrs. II. B. Griggs was a pleasant
brother ul Mr». Kelley. Mr», lfukcr
M in . VV iii . I.yiifl» vva» rnlieti to i a *
hostess
Tuesday
to the Ijif'omiis elub. sharpened by a thorough study of lb-
and »on returned Widncsday morning.
rane rimi'«day allernooii ol I iim I week
YOUR FR IEN D S AT THE
T|ic__ynnc^«j'i»__Hjs-nt »o<-iaily ami rc- subject under consideration.
OPTICIAN OPTOMETRIST
When you want nut the cheapest
l»y Dif ili ne»» ol her daughter io law,
Factory on Pr«nUB*i
tar
to
biiy--but
the
cheapest
to
r
u
n
-
. v i i *. Ualplt l.yneli.
buy Overland.
Cull 111) fur demon-
Cuttauo Orova
Orttgnn
itfv. uml Mrs. K. U. t>. Grout went
»1 ration.
jly22tfe
to De&ter I inlay unti Uev. Groat
F. J. Ablott, after a visit with his
preaehetl there Holiday morning.
family, left Wednesday for Centraba,
A miii was I torn K ’pleuiber 1-1 to
W H E R E T H E Y A L L GET
W a sli., to work in the mine» near
Mr. mid Mrs, Hugh I. Hiinth.
11**; re.
Mervire ami efftrienry ul no eztru
THEIR
Mi - hind Veateli will attend the
cirsi, at Hpray, Long & i rusoa ’». spt2tl
U. of O. thi* year.
Ntiw. N aney M. Oglesby lefl Moutlay
Your batteries made efficient at
for a visit with relative» at Girli ville,
in of your making rather than your taking. Must business
Spray, i."i>g a CniMii’a.
*pt2tfc
I alti.
ventures are started on eapital accumulated by means of
Mi»» Marjorie Nhay left Wednesday
Fn-d MfNeil, wht» had been visiting
for Keilugg, Ida., to »|»'iid the winter
Mr». t*. VV. Burg«* tinti <hil«lr«*i» re Die D. J. Alstott family and li. D.
Savings
Account«. Your Savings Account« may— will be. the
with relatives.
turiK'il Htimluy (udii Htikltiml, wluir HtepheiiSon, left Friday for hi» hoiue
making of your Chance.
John \ eat eh took a enrload of lamb»
t)i<*V ut teiuled t ti •* funerul of Mr1
* in t Impili, 111. lit* will visit H|Mikane
to Portland Wednesday.
llurg«« •*» gruiiilmothrr, Mr*. 11. V. eli route.
J. K Ban ton nml Tnmily la-uve next
Hin il li.
Wo welcome the accounts of young people, assuring th'-m
FINK Tilths, leiut money and more
The news|»ajs*r export* tickets to be »••••k Tur Fremili. CnliT., to k | n ' iu I the
Nor%ni D«» h «*II I• • ft HtiioUiy f«»r (*<»r furnished it where a writeup is ex »inter. Mr. Hnnton Inn. nut l.eeii Teel mile». Overland Oarage.
jly22tfc
of courteous, interested service, whatever the volume of thi ir
t ul l i » l o ut telili O. A. I*. ninnili l lil*
Mr. and Mr». Charle» De Wald, ac
|H’«tfd of un ait tortai limoni of any me extm .kixiknm Tor »eventi month».
jfmr.
com
pun
led
by
Mr».
Jennie
DeWald,
re
business.
kind where un admission is rhurged.
Ihinrc every Hnturday night In Monne turned Tuesday I rum spending the
Furti» fumi, mr» rvpuirrtL Hprny
Mrs. Art-hit* Thompson write» from hull, l>e(>iiiiiiii(; He|it>-mber 10. lhincing summer in Cunyonviile.
l^mg &. CruaoB»
•putrì
Gl«-n tin le, t’abf., to again ehange their »eh.Hil Í to 0. Norial danee it to 12.
Mr». li. li. Job left Humlny for n atldress.
J. Jurohseti, brother of Oeorg ■ Jacob
They have to keep moving Oooil mn»ie nnd whole»oine tiuniftee
Mepk '» vl»il in Durilumi.
beeuu se ol selling the home» they motil. Tieketn, $1; war tax, 10c. ti>r sou, returned Wednesday from a trip
M r*. Il u/<*! ( ’uriHMiter lofi Huiiilny build Have just sold two houses and dial invitutioii to all. Phoue 112 L. »21* to Denmark, where he visited his par­
for Ali* l»«*nig«*, A Influì, In remino |jer will biniti two more.
llov Morn» leit Nadar for Klaiimlh ents.
( mimi I toli hi tue li. H. leleplioiie m*rvire.
Think of itf Leather has »lumped.
Fall», lieiac railed by the ¡line»» of hi»
U t W* (
I I in1 ®tl Bl
0 Ik
Miss Murimi l.owry lefl Hot tirila > to aft* moon in tin* l'resbyterian church. brother, "Niniley,’' «ho i» »uTfering You gel the price reduction ut once by
having old shoe» repuirud u l Ooff'a. ** freshments were served. Guests of the
The difference between a trump and
with another altark of influenza.
U11cliti t li«« U. of ().
Fred ul the right price» for cash,
H. J. Drund left Wednesday for club were Mrs. Martin Foster and Mrs. a millionaire is thnt a tramp worries
k'or «Iry old growfli body fir or nuli at Hpray '».
»pt2tfc
Claud
Bchruck,
of
Loraue,
Mrs.
1-eon
over his next meal aud the midiouaii''
Florence.
wootl, etili City Transfer, pilone l'U. u5t f< Anteil Hawkins returned Friday from
DesLaixos and Mrs. Charles Beidler.
over his last.
Mr. und Mr*, h. C. Hpray left Wed-
Mr* J. II. ( ’lui tu li«* rs \ isited ili Ku n limiting trip in the linstow meadows
♦ ♦ ♦
• • •
v for • «fait hi Portland at tin-
gene over thè Heek end.
Miss Ellenu Nhortridge entertained
fount rv. II«* was in the purty when
home of Mr». Hpmy'» sister, Mr». W. Friday night in honor of her eighteenth
A French naturalist says that snails
Karl Hebert, of Oakrulge, was shot by
T. Hankins.
Fluo r Yeoman, ol (.’reswell.
birthday anniversary. Those pri'seiit snore. That is something w e ’ve never
O V E R L A N D L I G H T FO U R — A reg were Gladys Chapman. Foster Is-wis, beard before.
Mr. anti Mrs. C. M. Darker were in
(let our price« on grass seed,
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*
ulur
car
ut
a
new
low
price—«767,
de­
Elsie Chestnut, Claud, Pauline and Ada
Dexter over the week enti, being calh*tl
livered, Cottage Urove. haay terms. Nherman, Roy Huiuls, Mr. and ilrs.
there by the illness of Mr. Darker’»
clover ami vetch «t:ed, re-
It is well not to say too much alxiu
Ovcrluud Ouruge, 6U1 Mum.
sl6tf Charles l^imbert, Rev. J. E. Carlson, your ancestors, for your neighbors may
father, J. M. Darker, who is NT year»
cleaued oats for sowing, etc.
ol age.
(lisirge O. Knowles wa* in Eugene M ran dM rs. J. E. lAiurk», Ethel I^un notice how you are allowing the strain
bert, Mrs. A. Loucks, Hazel Loucks,
Galloway for insurance. 511 Maio.
And, if you are buying feel, Wedtti'Mdar to attend the funenil of Vera H opimt , Irma Randall, l,ucille to deteriorate.
’li» former busine»» partner, VV. T.
and you will urt Faultless
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Tin* K. It. Meeks ami J. W . Francis
try “ Sterling” brand dairy
Hailey, former county commissioner. Whitlock, Hilda Heheufele, Mr. and
lilt-ail and the I> ch I mils, cake,
families left Monday to attend t kit*
Mrs.
Chas.
Larky,
Ethel
Gibtrap,
Lulu
Did
anyone
ever
think that bald
R
i<
hard
Hailey,
n
nephew,
also
nt
feed, hog feed, scratch feed,
Hull, Is'slie Hull, Margaret und Kath
headed people may have just turned
cookie« or pantry that you ever round up at Deiidletou.
tended.
egg
mash,
etc.
Tho
quality
is
Bukowsky.
orine Hemcnway ’ and
nnd I*hillp
1
N. W. White returned Saturday from
their hair inside to brush the dust off
tasted. Our modern ovciim and
A daughter was born Saturday to
& $
s|s*udmg several tiny» in Kugeue.
the best and our prices are Uev.
the wheels.
nnd Mr». J. 8. Penix.
the line of only the highest
Mrs.
L.
M.
Ralston
entertained
at
Nelson »«*!!» tire».
»2Jc
right.
Notice— All accounts owing to me a fried chicken dinner Friday in honor
(trade of flour and other ingre­
Chet, linker, of Dori lutiti, visited
will be plneed in the hands of nn nt- of her seveuty-second birthday anni­
dient« eiiahlcH us to nerve you Saturday with Ken Hanford ami other
• O l t , V J
« V »
V V K t V U t f M
t *
O u t
| K t l ( i
|J J
versary. ller guests were Mrs. L. M.
Thompson, Mrs. Phoebe Hharp and
daily with only the moat whole­ I riend».
Viciobvr
i.
F.
C.
Coliman.
«2J
JlK
-
W. Frasier Johnson and Mr. nml
Mrs. Anuie Lane. Mrs. Thompson had
some hakery products. Ask any
lie Wain Carpenter and family, ut observed her seventy-third anniversary
A
Nixci.il communication Satur
Mrs. Kos» Thomas, of India imputi»,
(.urry county, on wicir return liuui a two days before.
day. Sept. 24. at 7:4.) | ill.
of our many «at ¡«lied patrons,
who hat! heen guests for several weeks
motor nip io Kansu», stopiied here
«H H
Two M. M. degrees. Refresh
or convince yourself hy (riving at the Johnson home, left last week
for I lidia unitoli». Mr. Johnson will he
K. C. Ilolladay, of Irvine, former tins week to visit at tud home of Mr.
It is fortunate for some people that ’ sr V nients. Visitor* and member*
ns an early trial.
away two tir three week».
re»iden!, lia» lieen in the city durine Carpeuter’s uncle, E. D. Handy.
they do not have to pay real estate are urged to lie present.
L. N. P H E LPS,
We nre doing mito re|iairiiig at a the |m»t week lonkiue after buniue»»
Mr». Curriu Cooley returned Wednes taxes on their castles iu the air.
By order of W. M.
Secretary.
day (o Eugene, alter a visit at the
• • •
price you cun afford to |my. Overland affair».
G r o v e
Garage.
jl8tfc
Kxpcrt repairing on ull makes of Frank liauibriik and Virgil White
A
match
that
is
properly
mado
will
tiuiiie».
not strike fire after the marriage cere­
F. F. Crowell was up from Drain «in», i f you have a hard job bring it
J. B. Crenshaw and family have re
to us. Overland (innige.
jlstfc
Monday.
mony.
turned from Urants Pass, where they
• • •
J. S. Magladry, pre»ideut of the Ilo »l»'iit several month».
II D. Whitlock has been suffering
henna I,millier eom|Niny, i» in a Kn
The airplane lias not as yet dimmed
Ir». G«*org«* McQui'i'n m | m * ii I t ho with »evert* blood jMHsoning of tin*
Edna V. Hullivan has received her
right huud, whifh starteli from being cene ho»|ntal, where he under»ent an
tho luster of tho good roads move­
k i*i»d ili Kugt*m*.
Opera! loll for a|i(H.|i<lii-it i». Word ha» cominission as a notary public.
wounded by u thorn.
ment.
il i sm Kilt li riti'lpN fllld Miss lla/.rl
At Less Than Wholesale Prices
(i.
M.
Marksbury
was
iu
Eugene
reached
here
that
lie
i»
getting
along
• • •
For «Iry ohi growth body fir or milt
lek» lui \ «' gnu«* iti M on inoli t li to ut
Ilieely.
Wednesday
on
business.
wood, call City Tra lister, phone Ull. n5tfc
I f you want to find out if your
W c are closing out a few pat­
«I norintil »«‘htMil.
Among those from her«' who attend
W. II. (1st Hinder returned Stindny
wife is picking your pockets, cache a
Vf»t Midi» Gannì® for eoiirteoim
terns
of the famous Rock turd
ed
the
eireu*
m
Eugene
yesterday
were
from Tu coma, where lit* had gone to
ut infili unti ronpotiMit workinon. 2<lr nceoin|»iliy In» son William from the
vii. and Mrs. J. A. Wright, Mr. and love letter with your coin.
line— not because they aie not
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•Mrs. (j. A. Namiers and son Paul, Mr.
Ir*. N. V. Allisnn ntid di» tigli Inni government hospital there this far on
just as pretty and just as ser­
and Mr». Clarence Htonoburg, Mrs. Ida
N o man really believes that he is
li nnd Aliff rfturiifd Humlny Troni the way lo a government hospital near
Veateli and daughter Marie, Victor as good as he appears to the world.
viceable as ever, but because
Isu, Wfisti., wh«*r«* thi»y hiid bffii Dm Angeh*».
Kem, W. A. Hogate and family and
No matter what kind of meat
• • •
limi» riditiiv«*».
in keeping a stock fresh and
A marriage beense was issued Friday
Mrs.
ls'on
Deslmrmc»
and
daughter
you want, you will find it here
Ir nini Mrs. N. K. Dixort rfturnml to Kmiiiett U. King and Gladys Mor­
Ananias must have been the head
Alice Eliuibeth.
up-to-date it is necessary to
gan, both of Cottage* Grove.
unitiv from Nfwport.
in the choicest cuts and at the
Doctor J. C. Austin, of Portland, of the weather bureau of his day.
clean up patterns which we
Chicken», hog», veal miti rattle want
1 rs. Orpnli I lf it hi i n yiml duiiglitur,
• • •
most reasonable prices. And
will preui'li in the Baptist t'tiurcli at
have discontinued.
tfe
ih Mnry Kllcn. lift
Sul unii» v for • -I ■ i t ho Pi Opti - nei rket.
2
and
7:30
p.
m.
on
Tuesday
and
A man often stands out as a model
you tlo not have to come shop­
valli» to nllcinl O. A. 0. !»i»nin Dii»
You will find in thes« pat­
Wednesday, September 27 nuil 2S. Dr. to pattern by because of tho thing»
Mr. and Mrs. Bert McCumbcr and
ping yourself. Phone or send
r.
Austin is a noted pulpit orator. A cor­ his wife does not tell about him.
Mr». MfCuniber’s son, Paul Is*Hoy, of
terns many items which it will
>u r cuxtomuro g<» nwny hu I infiori. Timber; Grover Durviiticc and family,
the children, and you will re­ dial invitation is extended to these
• • »
pay you to buy now for future
services.
trfiit
tinnì
righi.
Ovorlnnd of Druvost, Utah; Mr. and Mrs. K. B.
ceive
the same satisfactory aer-
rmgn.
Jly22tfc Wilson and Mrs. Sarah Durvanee, of
It doosn’t take nearly ns much will
needs, in your home, or for a
Christian Church, the “ homelike”
viee that is accorded you per­ church, J. E. Carlson, minister. Bible power to do things a* it does not to Christmas gift, or for a gift of
1 r. nml Mr». Mervill«* Venirli and Dorklnud, part ieipate«l in a family re-
school nt 0:45; communion and sermon do some things.
sonally.
any kind which you may In*
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a! 11; junior C. E. at 3; senior C. E.
FRESH FISH T H U R S D A Y S at 7; regular evening service at S;
giving in the near futuri
The person who is honest enough to
hible study hour at N o ’clock Thurs­
refuse praise that he knows ho doesn’t
None of the items in this
Phone 15
Free Delivery day evening.
deserve hasn't registered w ith Dio­
sale can be laid by.
Baptist Church—Rev. Jilsou S. Penix
will preach Sunday nt II nnd 7:30. genes yet.
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Morning sermon, ‘ ‘ Why Doe» Not
The man who has no kind of an ex­
\Ve nr*1 making our own delivery for the south aido. O r­
Jesus Intercede for the t'nsavedf’ ':
evening sermon, ‘ ‘ Can ail Unconverted ruse ready when caught in a mistake,
ders should 1 h * in the »tore by 9:110 in order that we may be
Man Do God a Fnvort”
is either half witted or above the aver-
Ni'Uoti
»i'll»
used
earn.
N2.tr
alih- to deliver your groceries in time for the noon meal. We
Charles Cochran, Ham Veatch, Albert
M tn . II. II. Venirli' ¡ n undergoing Griffin nnd Clarence Milne arc placing
m ake morning anil afternoon deliveries on the west side.
treatment fur an ulrer on one eve. Mr. in the Oregon State band at the Pen­
1 Veliteli i» doing hÌN be»t to hold down dleton round up this week.
• Mr». Ventili'» piare in the postoffirc
land a» head of the culinary depart­
There’s a difference between being
Let. us quote you priees on canned vegetable», fruit and
ment at home.
in love and being married, but there
milk by the dozen or ease. Buying in quantity you not only
Mr». Amanda SpriggN »offered n »e are no differences when the proper
Fall Seed— Vetch, Rye, Clover, Red Top, Timothy, Orchard
.vere paralytic »troke n few- day» ago.
save money lint it is quite convenient to have oil your pantry
amount of each are blended.
Grass and Rye Grass Seed.
Your motor overhauled and made to j
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shelves for emergencies.
horn like n humming bird, at Hpray.
I f you wuut to start something in s
Good soft wheat flour at $1.60 the sack.
| Long & OniNon’a.
»pl2tfe
crowd of women, just tell them of
Oregon
Watermelons and Cantaloupes— Guaranteed to be
Mr. and Mr». S. K. Helliwell, of! seme woman who hit» run in a three
Portland, are vi»iting at the home of year old hat a» a new creatiou.
good or your money back.
¡Mr. Helliwell’» brother. A. W. tifili
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| well. They are on their way home
No
one
ha*
more
kind words than
from
vi»itiii'f
other
member»
of
the
Thu S t o r e
T h n t
A p p r e c i a t e *
Y o u r Trade
vnu. Give them with a lavish hand.
{family nt Ki eeburg.
Mr. and Mr*. 0 . Urodluud, former You will never mis* them.
H ere It Is
FILL IIP THOSE SHELVES
Mpgimimg F riday, N«*|>t«*mlM*r 2:», 1 i<• k «• fs
will la* given with the Tirsi I w e i il y live $">
on lent |*iii(‘lmsc(l at our store, ('all ami in
vestivate as to how you gel a heautil'ul 21
|»ieee tea set Tree, as advertised in last w eek’s
Sent inel.
Thu careful housewife keeps a good stock of
canned goods on hand for any emergency.
Ostrander É&, McQueen
England’s Cash Store
I
SOCIETY
Tested Recipes
H ow Does
Your Boy Stand
in School?
M eet
D. J. Scholl
CITY MEAT MARKET
Your Chance in Life
Tales of the Town
M eat
Bank of Cottage Grove
FARMERS
Just Phone 62
For Bakery Goods
STERUNG FEED COMPANY
Cottage
Electric
A. F. & A. M., Attention
Bakery
Silverware
Choice Cuts of Meat
Delivery Service
CASE
BUYING
S m ith -S h ort G rocery
PEOPLE’S M ARKET
Madsen’s Jewelry
FARMERS ATTENTION
Jones & Eaton Feed and Seed Store