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About Cottage Grove sentinel and Cottage Grove leader. (Cottage Grove, Oregon) 1915-1921 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 11, 1921)
Shine Up With Calo! Liquid Gloss
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a n d i t lessens
you r housework
F u r n it u r e , p ia n o s*
floors and woodwoi le
ad are quickly cleaned,
dusted and polished with
Calol Liquid Gluts. After
*your h o u se has been
“ C a lo l C le a n e d ” y o u r
future housework is less
With Calol on your mop
or cloth it’« easy to keep the
corners clean and bright;
around and under heavy
pieces it completes the task
of cleaning quickly.
In the kitchen or bath
room, Calol gives the lino
leum a glossy surface and
makes future cleaning easier.
A can bought today as
sures you a clean house for
many days to cotne
c ï t *iy drop e? p o lish
Keep The Home Fires Burning
Chilly nights and nippy ninriiingK n-qiun- that you keep your
home couilWtnhly (united. Come into our store and look over
our line of
WOOD AND OIL HEATERS
You eiin'l he ehilly and eheerful at the same time. One of
our stoves «ill he the best comfort investiiients you can make.
And you can add further to the pleasantness of the home
atriiosplierc if you will
Brighten Up With Calol Liquid Gloss
I Neighborhood News
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Some Bargains for This W e e k
End and All of N ext
D IV ID E .
(H| mtui I to The Hen! iiii'i. I
Nov. s. Mr*. Dio Uligini, win» him
been ill with tomtiiiti*, i* improving.
Mi nini Mr*. F. M. ( Tin piuu u were
in Kugene Hiiliirdny nini brought home
n fine Imrk from the MrCormiuk
Word him renrheil here from ('nil
form» of the M'rioun injury of Wesley
Ehi» u few duy* ugo when n henvy
picee of muehinery fell upon him
eruxhing hi* hip. ile wtm immodintely
opirnied upon hut hi* emulinoli in
Mr. Klim i* n grnud*on of
Mr. mid Mr*. (1. W. Melteynold*.
Mr. nnd Mr*. King, of ('ottuse
(Irove, moved up to the Woodard mill
The l.ewi* Hinder fnrmly, of the
drove, nini Mm. Florence l^'e, of Port
Imnl, v mi ted nt the Allemuo home Hun
Mr*, dodurd vinitod Mondny with
Mr*. Nid»nri l.ewi*
Mr*. Cbnpmun mid ('lure vmited
Mondny with Mr nnd Mr*. MiTjtugh
leu- Dogmi vinited hmt week with
hi* griindpnrentn, Mr. nnd Mr*. I^-win.
Mr*. l(oy Pouter mid fmnily vinited
Hominy with Mr* C e Dogmi.
Me Hey niililn
I »11 veil Jiirkwin'» floek of gontn.
Mr*, deorge MeKeynold* vinited Hun’
duy with Mr*. F. M. Chnpmnu.
Mr*. K r i l l ' * ! MeKeynold* »liopj* d in
the drove Frulity.
Mr*. A K. FoMter mid Nell Chnpmnn
vinited Frulliy nfternoon
Ladies’ Seal Plush Coats
No. 1 Values
O tic size
Two inI hkch ’
size 36 wool coat«, value
. for your
T o make sure that
your oil heater will op
erate at its highest ef
ficiency, tell your deal
er you want Pearl Oil,
the clean-burning ker
osene that is refined and
re-refined by our spe
Pearl Oil makes oil
heaters most econom
ical to operate because
every drop delivers
clean, intense heat. N o
waste— no smoke— no
Sold in bulk by dealers
everywhere. Order by
name— Pearl Oil.
HEAT AND LIGHT
ST ANDAR n o n COMPANY
G LO SS
$33 ami $35, now ... $19.85
These goods have to I k ; seen to he appreciated.
One men’s all wool, tailored suit, size 40, value $33.75 at $25.50
One lot ladies’ sw eaters, coat and sport styles, that are priced
One lot of ladies’ and misses’ shoes in patent, kid and calf;
Imttori and lace; sizes from 2Vg to 4; priced at from $1 to $.3.00.
These are rare bargains as shoes are priced today.
(H|n'einl to The HentineL)
Nov il.- Uoy Cunter und fnmily, H.
J. t'row und li. d. Crow, of Hnlein,
moiored over to Yonenlhi Humlny nnd
• (uni thè dny with Nulhmi Crow nud
A diioghter wn* boro hmt Mori duy,
Nov. 7., to Mr. und Mrn. W. C. J vuim .
di’». Km-minili killed u Inrge bear
down thè Hiunlnw hmt Hntordiiy.
Mr*. W. W. Jnrknon ha* returned
home, after a wti'k 'n vieit nt thè bone
of Iter duoghter. Mr*. il. il. Doly, of
Jukii Hnnk nnd wife *|*<nt Tue*dny
nt thè Geo. Hehneider home.
Tom Jneknon, Florn Jiiek*on nnd
Mr* H. ('. AddiMin nttended thè ibinee
Kugerii' Snturdny evening.
('Inni Johnxon i* vi*iting hi* *i*ter,
Mildred, nt thè K. It. Crowe home.
Mr. nnd Mr*. K. K. Crowe were Rii
gene v isito » Wednendny.
Mr. Fe*hner, of Kiigene, in in thè
volley pruning h o ori hard.
Mr*. J im ' l'erkin* ha* returned lo
her home in Cottuge Grave, nfter
»|»iiiliiig n rouple of wi*ek* nt thè
home of her dmighter, Mr*. Hum King,
«lu i hn* Invìi quite ili.
( ’ni. Ili lem» n him n denl un, he ex
l*H'l* lo traile hm raneh t o t n (HO
nere raneh nt Cnlgnry, ('mi.
Mr ItiMiley, of Hnnk*, Ore., whn hn*
tnken tip n home*tend nenr “ Hummer
Iti'*!,’ * expeeln to hnve 20 nere« of
Imid elenred nnd rendy to plow by
Mr». ( ’ni. llilemnu hn* been quite
ili liot m repnrled nome bettor.
Powell & B u r k h o l d e r
Corner of Fifth and Main
extended visit with hi* uncle, Grant
Mr. Porter nnd non Jnme* hauled
wood to Cottage drove Tuesday.
nrhools vinited the Lynx Hollow »ehool
Mr». J:m. Plank and children and
Mr*. I. N. Dresser visited Mr*. Neal
Mr*. W. A. Re a no nnd two children
were guest* of the Huut*mnn family
Mr. nnd Mr*. Walter Pentico and
son Cody vinited friends in Eugene
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hartley and
Harold, and Mr. and Mr*. I. N.
Drpswr were in Cottage Grove Hutur
Henry Drecac made a business trip
to Eugene Monday.
Mr. and Mr*. Marion I»ebow enter
Initied Sunday in their usual hospit
The guest* were Mr.
nnd Mr*. J. R. Cooley and daughter,
of Mount View, the Is)wry England
family, of Dorena, nnd Dr. and Mrs.
W. E. I s -I miw , of Cottage drove.
L Y N X H O LLO W .
(Spenni to The Sentinel.)
Nov. 0.— Mr*. Ho wer* funuly, o f (Vit
( Hpeeinl to The Hentinel.)
tilge drove, vinited nt the
Nov. 10.— Mr. and Mr*. D. II. Brum
Mm* Ivy Porter, of Delight Vnlley, hnugh »pent Sunday
nnd Wm. Porter, of the IT. of (>., Mr*. Floyd Jones.
Mr*. George Hhields and son, of
*|»'fit the week end nt home.
Ivan* dny, o f Kellog, Idn., nerom Doreria, *|>ent a few ilny* thi* week
ponied by two friend», in making nn at the Ca»tle home.
Mr. Hnnsted was a Grove visitor
— --- ■
Fred Frost was in Eugene on busi
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Castle and chil
dren and Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Pitcher
Has It» Sham of the Proof That K1<1 visited nt the Homer Chamlierlain
n»y S u f f e r « » Seek.
Fred Frost nnd Harry Castle left
Wednesday morning for Seottsburg.
Hiuknrhel Kidneys weak?
Mrs. D. II. Brumbaugh spent Wed
DiHtrennod with urinary iliaf
nesdny nnd Thursday
Want a reliable kidney remedy!
D on’t hnve to look far. Use what Jones home helping
Cottage drove people recommend. E v Helen Jones, who has lieen quite ill
ery street in Cottage drove ha» it» but is improving now.
Funi Adams and family wen* Orovo
H ere'» one Cottage drove man’» ex Iv isito » Saturday.
Several from this neighhorhnod at
Iwt J. II. linker, prop, blacksmith tended the diinee nt the Homer Cham
»hop, 942 west Main Ht., tell it. He berlnin home Saturdny night.
James Lobow and Bonin Patton
says: " I have used Doan's Kidney
Pill* with benefit and am glad to en were in the drove Tuesday.
Ruth and Hattie I»chow spent the
dorse them. I was troubled with at
tacks of kidney trouble nnd my back week end with home folks.
Mr. Hchroedcr has n sick horse.
was weak and lame. My kidneys an
noyed mo by their irregular action.
helped me when I used them for these
ailments, strengthening my back and
Price, f>0c at all dealera
D on ’t
»imply ask for n kidney remedy— got
Doan'» Kidney Pills— the snmo that
Mr. linker had. Poster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs„ Buffalo, N. Y.
n o il! IS
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As your animals come in oil the
pastures they’ll miss the tonics and laxative«
winch nature supplied to keep them in condition.
It’s a big change. You must supply what is
lacking in the dry feed — hay, grain and fodder— of they will get
“off feed” and out of fix.
Dr. Hess Stock Tonic
Suppliea th e T o ttic e — L a x a tiv e •
D iu re tic a
( m s * anim al* free from worms.
I t i.nrqn their b o w el* open and nami
keep* (he appetite and digestion good.
Coodiliona co w s fo r C alvin*
It h e lp , to keep op the m ilk Sow.
k e e p , feed in g cattle n * h t up on their appetite,
k e e p . hn*a healthy, th r ifty , fre e from wurma.
m ean* health and th rift fo r a ll anim al*.
Why Pay the Peddler Twice My Prica?
Wt a rt taco! J ta ltn ><r /hr D r. Hess Umr. C all oe at
Ostrander & McQueen
iM t roe hart.
TWf a t he
Wt hm t a p oeta ti It
J)nHçss Instant Louse Killer Kills Lice
S H IN E
U P W IT H
C A I j OL L IQ U ID
Knowles & Gräber
' 4 =
Q /U L O L
L IQ U ID
G L O S S
Topographic Maps Free.
Senator Charles I,. MeNary writes
<mit he has a supply of topographic
maps of the Cottage drove qnndrangle
which he will be pleased to distribute
to those requesting copies.
The Sentinel wnnts the news. Phone
it in. Our number is 159 J.
It is not too early to think
Cranberries, per lb............... ......... .................. — ............ 20c
SwtK‘1 potatoes, per lb...........................................................6c
(loot! aweet corn, per can................................................... 15c
liittinilr)' soap, per bar......... 6c; 23 liars for................ $1.00
Washing powder, 3 lbs. for............................................
Calol Liquid Oloss, per can
....... .................................... 75c
P o l I nr
ON THE WEST SIDE
when you art'
N E W CROP N U T S
We have received the new crop of walnuts, almonds, Brazil
nuts and filberts. Also new crop raisins and currants.
We will also have a fresh supply of celery, lettuce, sweet
potatoes and cranberries and in fact every thing that you will
need for the dinner, except the turkey.
Ask for the tickets if we over look giving them out.
Prizes are on display at Knowles & Qraber.
going to buy your groceriea.
S P U D S — See us about your winter supply of potatoes. .
Kight ladies’ wool tweed service or motor coat«, value $26.00,
now at....... _.................................. .................................... $15.95
E V E R Y STR EET IN
COTTAGE G R O VE
CA LO L
• Mu- hi /.«- 36 long coat, value $53.00, now... ............. ....... $33.26
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