Cottage Grove sentinel and Cottage Grove leader. (Cottage Grove, Oregon) 1915-1921, November 11, 1921, Image 2

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    PROGRAM OUT, FARMERS’
INSTITUTE NOV. 1 5 ,1 6
ARCADE TH EA TER
W EEKLY
PROGRAM
Fri.—“ The Highest Law,”
by Ralph luce.
The story of
“ The Highest l.aw ” is au orig
mal by Lew is Allen Brown ami
it tells iu a most interesting
manner the career of an old
soldier who fought under
Urant.
Then follows a series
of stirring scenes of the days
of ’61, when brother fought
against brother. Mr. luce will
be aeeu in his impressive and
most realistic impersonation of
Abraham Lincoln. A picture
fitting for Armistice Day.
“ Diamond (^tieen” chapter
t k irt ecu.
Sat.—“ Lahotna,” an Edgar
Lewis production. Cast, Louise
Burnham and .lack Perrin. A
drama of the early days in
Oklahoma, when there was a
rush for homes in the early
•80s.
Comedy, “ Burglars Bold.”
Sun-Mon.—Bill
Hart
in
“ SAND.”
Bill says. “ Now
let ’em come.” A country in­
fested by bandit» a town in
the grip o f a brutal boss. A
girl in need of a two fisted
man.
Bill says lets go.
A
typical Bill Hart picture.
W ILLIAM
Hoot Gibson in “ The Movie
Trail.“
Tues.—“ Salvage,' ’ Pauline
Frederick and Milton Sills. A
powerful story of Mother love.
A
woman’s journey from
depths of despair to heights of
happiness.
A Century comedy, “ Dandy
Lions.”
Wed. “ World
and
His
Wife,” featuring Alma Rubins.
"T he World and his W ife” is
an appealing story of modern
Spain, full of color and pus-
sion.
Comedy, Harold
“ Pinched.”
Liovd
in
Thurs.—‘ ‘ T h e G r e a t e s t
L o v e , ’ ’ Vera Gordon, the
mother of “ Humoresque.” A
vital glowing drama of life it­
self told in the universal life
of humanity. A great heart-
interest picture lavishly staged
and superbly acted by a super­
lative east.
“ International News,” cur­
rent events of the day.
Comedy, “ Those Doggone
Kids.”
S. H A R T
IN
“S A N D ”
BLU E M O U N T A I N
'
( S p e c ia l to The S e n tin e l.)
N ov. 8 . d a y H a l f wits seriously 111
j 11 rod n few d a y s a g o when thrown
fr o m u borse, but 1 • ab le to be out
tigli i 11
l i t i . 1 .11 non »ter sold n horse to J o h n
P a lm e r one d a y last week.
Mr*. J . C r a w f o r d has gone to Ouk
In ml to visit her | at re ut» fo r 11 mouth.
Mr». Tht'iin M iller unti il ii ld iv u , Rev.
S k e lt o n miti Pimi M a y s w ere gu ests
at the J o h n Allen holin' S u n d a y .
M is. II. II. K i b b y , Mr» Kekes, Mi»»
K 1I1 1 I1 Lu udw i'lir mol Mis» E l /»belli
Allen were gue»ls o f
Mr». F in le y
Wliipps S u n d a y .
The o f f i c i a l program o f the furnier»1
m a ln o te to be held here Tue». luy mid
Wednesday, Nov. 13 mid Id, under the
uuapice» o f the vocatioual aurirulturul
depuri incili o f the lugli »du mi, the
giu li ge, the dia in ber ol com me ree mid
i he couuly agricultural agent '» oft e-c,
lut» beeil giv en oui l>\ Irti IV Whittle),
county ugeul.
The program i» il» f o l l o » » :
Tuesday, N ovem ber 16.
9:30 a. iu. Introductory remark», K.
J. h d wards, Smith Hughe» iliMtructor
IIKHRON.
in agriculture. Cottage Uro ve.
Practical Poultry Maiiagenieul
Prof.
(S|M‘eiul lo Tilt- Senliuel.)
A. U. I.uiiii, chief iu |Hiiillry, II. A.
N o v . 9 . M iss 1 .1 lini 11 T a y l o r went
P. Ueuerat im . ii Itry di»cu»»i»ii.
to Eugene lust T lm istlu y on business.
12:00 iu.- -l.uucmmii.
M u . Robinson, o f CroHwoll, vis ite d
The afternoon »e»»ion will lie di
night
ut
Ilo- F. C
Vided. Him ilu isiu a will l>e o f N|M'l-|Ul o v e r T h u r s d a y
intere»! lo uien,
men, the oilier wilt be for F ühre r home.
Mr. Hiu slm w
is
b u ild in g a play
» om en .
1:30 p. m. M e n ’» l>it ision “ A Place »lied on the school grounds.
Mr. mid Mrs. J a c k
llopum u and
for Small »'unis and K ern el on the
D iversified Farm ,“ by a represent» fa m ily and Miss Lein K e lly were Su n
five o f the horticultural dc|>artuieut, day gu ests at the Finii y home on
O. A. O.
" H a » the Hairy Ouw a C e d a r t-reek.
Place iu Tin» ('om m u iu ty ,• ’ Ira P.
Whituey, county ugricultiiml agent.
Hemou»tral ion» Poultry
Show
A
poultry »how will be held iu eonuee
turn with the day *B progrnui.
Prof
I. uiiii will judge the exhib it» 11» well
a» use them for dciuonatratiou pur
pose».
" W h o hu» the best egg machine ill
l.nue county f "
Those 111 attendance
are rc<(Uc»ted to bring their high pro
dueing ben».
Prof. I. uiiii will decide
which one is best. Special prises prob
ably will lie offered in this tlltisiou.
Those having real " b r e d for produe
l i o n " male birds are requested 1»
bring them to the allow.
Hairy cow lest
Who has the great
est producing dairy cow in the Pot
tage Drove community f
Kutries should be made with Mr.
Kdwarda.
Kutries elo.se M onday, No
v ember It.
The tests will be super
tisetl by the Smith Hughes ngrieullural
Notice this delicious
student». Allowance will be rnude for
age and jHTiod o f lactation. This tesl
fla v o r w hen y o u
will create a great deal o f interest.
smoke Lucky Strike
W o m e n ’s D iv isio n— 1 :30 p. m. In
— it's sealed in by
troductory remarks. Miss Maude K.
Lamsou, Smith Hughes instructor 111
the toasting process
home economies, Pol luge Drove.
Belter Kesulls With l.ess l a b o r in
the H o m e , "
Miss Marjorie
Smith,
nutrition specialist, O. A. P.
Demonstrations by the vocational
home economics department. Pottage
Drove high school.
W ednesday. N ovem ber 16.
9:30 a. m.— Livestock ju dg in g con
test in churge o f Prof. II. A. landgren,
x tension animal husbuudman, O. A.
C., and J. D. Swan, assistant county
dr .
FROST
school superintendent, Kugene.
PJ:on iu. Big feed mid get together
O f f i c e in U w » m Building
meeting under the suspires o f the Pol
Phone t>
tage Drove chamber o f commerce.
l 'regoli
Col tag« Drove
2:00 p. 111
" S o i l Building viu the
Prop Rotation Rou te,’ ’ Prof. P. V.
K ii/.k, soils spec in list, O. A. P.
UAVEN C. DYOTT, M. D.
Discussion— " L i v e s t o c k and Its Be
IU V S1 C 1A M A N D aUKUKON
Intion to Diversified F a r m i n g , " 11. A.
I.iii.lgren, O A. C.
A l i » ) w ork iu alt Ha b ra uche».
P r o fe s s o r in Cards
c. Û.
ANOTHER DIARY PRODUCED
IN THIS SECTION
K v e u iu g » by a p p o iu t m v u i
t>Jt Aluiu, C orn er McvouU» Street
C o l l a g e D r o v e , O re guu
WRESTLING
To a Finish— No Time Limit
Best Two Falls Out of Three
R alph M and
OF COTTAGE GROVE
SOUTHERN OREGON CHAMPION
vs
T h o r O ls e n
World’s middleweight Olympic Champion
1912
Fur a siilo pur.sc of $2(1(1, vvliit-h I uin I m - cii pouted with Karl
Hill, mul tin- vviiini'i' in lake I lie entire gale receipt«.
at Moose Hall, Cottage Grove
Wednesday Night, Nov. 23
These men wreMtleii '2 hour« In a draw here on the night of
Noveniher 5 in one « f I he lasle.sl ami heat matrln-H ever hehl
in the weal
One Good Wrestling Preliminary
which will licgin at 8 ’til Main event licgiim al 9 o'clock sharp
LADIES ARE
TICKETS ON SALE AT EARL HILL’S
55c, $1.10, $1.65 and $2.20, includin': tax
Lincoln
The Dalles
6% Bonds
6% Bonds
Dated Sept. 1, 1921
Due Sept. 1, 1929.15
DENOMINATION
$1000
Price to yield
Dated <»et 15, 1921
Due net 15, 19.11 41
DENOMINATION
$500 $1000
Prioe to yield
5.60%
5.70%
County Oregon
J. E. YOUNG
HJalmar Rutzebeck Tells o f Strange
Duel W ith Crosscut Saw as
the W eapon.
VILLIAM S HART
a
F . Hi id MAN
para mount - at.Ti. .Ar t p i c i u k l
his girl, his horse and his gun
Line ’em tip with William S. Hart in a fight against wrong,
then thrill while you watch things happen*
This time it’s a bandit plot, a railroad holdup, a bit of
jealousy, and a false charge that “ Bill is “ yellow.”
Arcade Theatre, Suoday-Monday, Nov. 13-14
Matinee Sunday Afternoon at 2 :0 0
W H Y S L E E P IN A
CO LD ROOM?
Special winter rates al Hotel Oregon for steam-heated rooms
with running water, with or without bath.
WITHOFT BATH
Single person in room, per week........................................$5.00
Two persons in room, per week........................................ $6.00
WITH BATH
Single person in room, per week.............................. ...... $7.00
Two persons in room, per week........................................ $9.00
Also number of transient rooms at 50c, 75c and $1.00 per
night without bath, or $1.50 per night with bath.
H o tel O
rego n
T. C. SHAW, Manager
What do vou want? Anvwav a Sentinel Wantad
will ¡ret it for vou. What do vou want anvwav?
Something in the Cottage Drove
Innate must be conducive to the pro
luetion o f strange diaries. The diary
o f Opal Whtteley
recently
set the
world by the ears and in the October
number o f the Wide W’ orhi :t p|»'»rs
the story, " A
M a n ’s L u c k , " being
the diary o f Hjitlniar Rutzeberk, who
as a " t o u r i s t ’ ' s|s»nt u mouth iu the
logging <ainps al Disston, near which
the other diary gained much o f its
inspiration.
Hjulmar tells o f being befriended by
a Cottage Drove physician, Dr. Kline,
who secured the j o b in the woods for
him. The portiou o f the diary laid in
this section denis almost entirely with
a duel in which Hjulmar took part
with the heat) " f e l l e r , ” who is called
Fred.
" F e l l e r , " in this ease, refers
to a man who falls trees, and not to
a companion, for there was no com
pitnioiiship in this ease. The wea|s>n
used in this strange duel was a cross
cut saw, with one man at either end.
The story in this diary is a more
than plausible one, with the e x cep ­
tion o f the statement that the other
party to the duel visited the saloons
in Cottage Drove.
There
were
no
saloons here during the
year
I9M,
when the diary is dated.
A lf. W illiam « Hurt in A uto A ccident.
Row River, Ore., N ov . 9.— (Hfs-cial
to The dentine!.) Alfred William»
sustained |iainful injuries Sunday nmr
ning when the Ford roadster in whieh
he and Archie Jone* were riding be
came uninanaguble ami turned turtle
near the Wiley Hubbard ranch.
It
was found necessary to take twelve
stitches in Mr. W illia m s’ leg as four
o f the leaders were severed.
It will
be a month or six weeks la-fore he is
able to resume work.
Mr. Jones rc
eeived a few minor bruises and both
were quite badly shaken up. The car
was quite badly wrecked.
W A N T A D R A T E S — The minimum
price o f a wantad is 35e. Three inser­
tions for the priee o f two.
Book
keeping charge o f 25e unless paid for
in advance.
•••
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IL J. SÜ1AN
au«!
ii u U ry
puiiiic.
l'ru t licw ë
RALPH SCHNEELOCH COMPANY
BONDS
A T 'iL k N L l AT LAW
au
i w t u i j iivu ) i u r » 0 1
Municipal and Corporation Finance
Du tit Iter men« Building
I'orllaud, Oregon
p e t i t ’ U CO.
buiier iildg., Collagi' U auvc , O ff.
ALTA KINO
ATTORSIZi V -A T -D A W
TAKE THE
Coileelion», Prul/ale, Notary
Pubbli
l i t II lib im eli« ö l., L og en «, Ore.
Scenic Shasta Route
TO
H. W. m u s . D. M. D.
bJ U 'L i.1
ULNA IDI A Z
Modciu equipmeul. Z iru lN atiou
al Unii tv Uliig. O lile » huma V ».
ni. lo i i i ut-, i tu b p. m. L ea­
ning» or tv u o ti » j » by »ppoinlm eul.
J. S. MEDLEY
A l T O A N Zi f A i L A W
Luguue i s/un uuii Saving* Dunk
Building
Lugen»
Oreguu
DR. W. M. HAMILTON
SUNNY SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA
THROUGH SLEEPING CAR SERVICE
TO
SACRAMENTO
Chronic
Ca»e»
a
LOS ANGELES
Specialty
O fficii Over Darby
Uurdware
Re»., 212 South P a c if ic Highway
DR. A. W. KIME
S P E C IA L IS T IN ODSTETU1CH
Will cure fur confin ement» at hi»
home i f deaired.
Special uurau
i f required. Phouc*: o f f ic e , 34;
residence, 120 J.
SAN FRANCISCO
AND
C lU A O P A A C T iU
offer* all the comfort« of modern travel
Convenient whedule», observation cam, and excellent meal«
are other feature« of the Hha«ln Route
Round Trip
W INTER EXCURSION TICKETS
are on «ale at
REDUCED FARE
MRS. F. J. ALSTOTT
SU G G E STIV E T H E R A P E U T IC S
Why koup your pains t
Both
chronic and acuta ailment»
treated
Phone 180-L
Cottage d r o v e
PLYMOUTH ROCK PULLET
PRODUCES LARGE
BIDDY BERRY
The nniiun! spring pullet large I
egg contest for the Cottage Drove
section shirts with an exhibit from
a Plymouth Rock pullet ow ned by
Mrs. Nettie Haling. The egg mean
lire» 8 inches by 6 % inches. Tills
Rock evid ently tried to set nn ex
ample that her more favored White
Is-ghorn sister will fiml it hard to
equal.
Mrs. Haling gives jsirt o f
the credit to the fact that she used
Sterlin g feed.
SiikiU u v riiu ».
CotUhgo G fov o
ali c o u r u ,
Oregon
WIRE ORDERS COLLECT
A T T O ttfxL k A i W i W
ou
ESPECIALLY INVITED
DR. W. E. LEBOW
For ticket« anti information u«k agents, or write
Southern Pacific Lines
n4-l 1-18-25
John M. Scott, (I cneral I'aaacnger Agent
D E N T IS T
O f f i c e : Fifth mid Main Street*
Hours: 8:.!0 to 12 and I to 5:30
Phone»: O f f ie e
35,
Residence
133 L.
Evenings and Sundays
by nppoinl ment.
_______________
FOR D A N C IN G LESSO NS
PH O N E 112 L
STEENS PRIVATE
DANCING ACADEMY
Residence, 2t North Seventh SI.
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City Transfer
Grove Transfer
Hauling and Graying
Furniture Movingand
General Jobhing
P I A N O M O V IN O A S P E C IA L T Y
W OOD SO LD A N D D E L IV E R E D
O ffic e In Spray Brick
Naar 8. P. D epot
r.
P H O N E »9
W. JACORS. P R O P R IE T O R
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