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H. C. Climbs ami son Arthur and families spent Saturday night in tlu»
Miss Orpha Combs spoilt Sunday with Grove with the pareuts of the men.
A program and Christmas tr«*«» were
Mrs. Susan Walker
Mr. ami Mrs. Hugh llarrisou, of held at the school house Saturday eve
Hose burg, spent ('Im-tinns with Mrs. mug.
Mr. a ml Mrs. John Taylor and fain
Harrison’s parent*, Mr. and Mrs. J.
ily, of LtUhuui and Miss Ethel Taylor
(Special to Tho Si*nt lno 1.)
Miss Mildred Hopper, teacher at the were Christmas guests at tlu* home of
Doc. 2i>.— Calvin Marlow, of Loram*
Mrs. Taylor's sister, Mrs.
spent tho wookoiui at tho Geo. Author Black Hut I «* school, gave a fine pro
gram aud Christmas tree to her pupils Taylor.
Clifford Taylor is home from Salem
ami their parents last Friday. All th«
Henry Comb* ami «laughter Orpin
of Corvallis, arrived her«* Saturday to |>ar«*iits and a number of young folks to spend the holidays with his pur
outs, Mr. and Mrs. Hnrv«»y Taylor.
spend tho holidays.
Norval Powell is al home from (>.
Gran Funk eunie out Saturday
Avfcoag relatives >\ h • s e t at tho \\
C. Shortridge homo t«> oolohrato Christ night to spend ('hristmas with her A. C. to spend the holidays with his
Mr. aud Mrs. J. A. Pow«*ll
parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Thus. Funk
iuas woro Mr. and Mrs. O. I*. Will:
A program and ( ’hristmas tree and
Mr. nml Mrs. Frank KtJly motored
Mr. and Mrs. John Small and son Carl,
Mr. and Mi> W. T. Jones, Mr. and «>ut to Mrs Hu sail W alker’s Month« \ play party were given at tlu* C. C
Mrs. Murry Newton and Mr. aud Mrs afternoon, taking Ifvn Walkei baei Gilliam home Saturday evening.
S. H. Piper ami daughter, Miss
Lynch Currin, ot tho drove.
Mrs. It. It. Uiimmn nml children. Miriam, W. E. Kimble and W. J
Cooil Koborts gave a Christmas pro
Miss Emma and Willis, spent Christ Tharp were Christmas guests at the
gram at tho sohool house last Thun
. G. Markham home.
daughter. Mrs. Maud I.
day evening. Th«* audience was largo mas with her
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Doolittle, of
and tho program fine.
Mrs. Mary Grout spent Monday with Eoud«in, and Mr. and Mrs. ('h.irlu
B. A. Pruett and family left Satui
Jay for Albany to sjtend Christmas h«»r «laughter, Mrs lsnhidle Jenkins, ot Whit«» and famiB w«*re dinner g»i«*sls
Christmas at the J. (^. A. Ymiug home
with his brother, P. A. Pruett, and th«‘ Grove.
Mr. and Mrs.
They returned Tues
daughter were Christmas guests at the
SA G IN A W
day, acconijiunied b\ a uieee, Miss
J. Jephson home.
Cave Pruett, of Jefferson.
Ernest Geer, of Portland, cum«* up
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Mr. aud Mrs. 11«’rt Newton and son
Dec. 28.— Rev. Dirge, of Eugene, to spend Christmas with his mother,
Norman s|H*ut Christmas at the A. 8
spent Friday night at the J. A. Mrs. T. J. Geer.
Archie Piper, of Portland. *|»eu1 Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Hailes and daugh Burgess home.
Hoy Taplin went to Brownsville last day night with his futlier, S H. Piper.
ter Kota left Friday for Seattle to
A son was born December 11 to
<|>ond Christmas with their adopted W«‘«Inesday, returning Thursday. a«*
i-onipanied by Mr. nml Mrs. Dewey Mr. and Mrs. Walker.
A Miss Meade, of Portland, is vis
Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Ilavs and son Fogle and family, who nr«* visiting
itiug at tlu* home of her mother, Mrs.
N. 1>. and family visited relatives in Mrs. Fogle’s mother. Mrs. (). Taplin.
Mr. ami Mrs. Marvell Kaudall, of Keuny.
Eugene Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs. F. C. Führer received news
Herbert Sluirtridge spent Sunday Eugene, an» visiting at the home of
a ” «*
Mrs. Haudall’s juireuts, Mr. and Mrs. Saturday of the death of her step
eveniug at the \\. A. lieek home.
Geo. Sutherlin motored t«> the Grove O. Knight.
A large audience attended th«» en j Mrs. E. A. Doolittle, of Loudon, is
tertuinmi'iit and Christmas tr«»«» at tlu* spending this week at the horn«* of her
Miss Helene Newton spent Christma
sister, Mrs. J. (,>. A Young.
hool house Fridny night.
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. S
Mr. Osborn, of Kcedsport, is visiting
S. H. Jarrett sp«»nt Christmas with
“Our N ew Y e a r’s gift, t,o our customers shall he fr
Miss Jessie Boniis returned hom his chidr«»n at Springfiel«l, th«* Gintrd at Mrs. Gilcrist's.
Miss Verna Estes was houu* from
uid Harry Jarr«»tt families.
from Hose burg Saturday.
value at fair prices; service; courteous, prompt and
J. S. Taylor anil son, of Creswell, I LAurelwood for tin* holidays.
Heiiuie Cole, of Walker, visit«*« I with
B LA C K BUTTE
at the friends here this w eek.
friendly personal interest to you in the future as we
A nine pound daughter was born
Howard Moody home Christmas day.
(Sp, al to The Sentinel.)
The Niclin family, of Dorena, spent Friday night to M i « ad MI • Irvin
Harry Gannau spent Thurs
have tried to be in the past.”
Christmas day at the Gray and Cor Coehruu.
«lav at Cottage Grove.
Claud Harden, who wsit«*d with
Geo. Fugle, who is working at Cie friends here over the week end, re
burg, spent Christmas with lus family. turneil Monday to Diurelwoml uead
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sharon were m | emy.
Dr. Huit«*r's children, of Eugeu« . are
t lit* Grove Wednesday.
Merle Scott came up from Eugene visiting this week with Grandma lim
Friday to spend th«* Christmas vacation t • • i
DR. C. £. FROST
with home folks.
Hubert Elliott and family, of Eu
Office in Livvaon Building.1
rene, spent Christmas at the Knight
(Special to The Sent in«*l.)
Cot tug*. Grove
W. A. Curtis, of Hn/el, Wash., is
Dec. 27.— Mr. ami Mrs W. J. Chap
isiting at the Judson Allen home.
man, of Valsetz, arrived W«*dnesdM\ to
STORE CLOSED A L L D A Y M O N D A Y .
Miss Kutli Hede is visiting Merle s|K»nd the holidays with relatives and
GAVEN C. DYOTT, M D.
Scott for a few days.
Eeslit* Vaughn, of Mount \ iew, is
Frank Brumbaugh, of Albany, spent
P H Y S IC IA N A N D SURGEON
isiting at th«* F. T. Benston home.
Muiuluy at the home uf his parents,
A Huy work in ull ite brunches.
Mrs. VV. F. Briggs and Ernest spent Mr. and Mrs. D. 11. Brumbaugh.
'hristmas «lav at the Eake home.
Mr. aud Mrs. Floyd Jones and chil
Evenings by appomimeut
tiren s j h * n t Christmas at the D. H
i>34 Alala, Corner ¿seventh Street
S IL K CHEEK
Cotinge Grove, Oregon
Mr. and Mrs. Horatio Mosby amt
Mrs. L. H. .Lung, of the Grove, s|K»ut
The D a y l i g h t S t o r e for Q ua li ty and S e r v i c e
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Monday at the Fred Frost home.
Dec. -• Georg« W elk and his ail
J. £. YOUNG
i^uite a large crowd attended thi
*r, from Row
A T T URN £ V A T I. A W
Rigby, from Sutherlin, were here .Sat Christmas tree Mouilay evening.
uritco on Maiu uveuue.
Mr and Mrs. Kirk and Imbv, Mi
Otto Burcham arnveil Friday from and Mrs. \V. J. Chapman aud Air. and
Portland t«» spend the Christmas vara Mrs. Harry Castle
Grove visitors Friday.
H. J. SHINN
Mrs. Hay Gourley and children have
The Elks were through her«* tin* last
A T T O R N E Y A T LAV,
returned to their home at Albany
the week playing Santa Claus.
Miss Liny Mattlnyer ami her school after spending u month with home
nn«l notary public. Practices
ve an interesting
program Frufci) folks.
all courts, twenty live years ex
Clay Mosby is home from (J. A. C
Every Day Cake.
SY N C H R O N ISM
slier la \ a g«»«»d nixed oynter or two
ifternoou, which was well attendeil by
Fut into a sauei'pan one «‘ tip raisins, small one*«
the jHMiph of the neighlMirhooil. Miss spending the holidays with home folks.
Broil and s«»rv«* v«»ry hot.
(B y Ferry Cute.)
Wolf was present with h«*r pupils.
Bader Biiig., Cottage Grove, Ore.
with coffee, crisp toust or
It was initliiight «in the o«*enn,
Clyde Burcham can»«* up tr«>ni O. A.
hopp«*d cabbage, iiiak«*s an ideal lunch.
einnamoii, cloves and allspi«*«* to last«*.
Not n street ear was in sight;
C. for vacation ami Miss L«*iut is also
Th** sun was shining brightly,
It pays In rend the wuntads.
A TTORN E Y A T E A W
Dec. 27.— Air. aud Airs. \V. J. Chap
<*o«d; a dil halt
teas|Nion soda and
Mrs. Kuiter is suffering severely
Ami it rained all «lay that night.
rum a boil in h«.*r ear.
Collections, Probate, Notary
(s«‘i that the spmiu can stand in the
E. F. Carlih* and sou were in Eu last week with Air. and Alr^ \\ . D. ’T whs a summer «lay m winter,
The snowflakes fell lik«* glass;
i*ak«*). Ba ke hi lo a f pan.
gene last Thursday.
774 Wiliamettu Bt., Eugene, Ore.
• • •
Air. and Airs. C.
Sears aud A barefoot boy with lands on
Ht«md sitting on th«* grass.
Clarence Hears were in Cottage Grove
Excellent Tea Dish.
with Mrs. Kate Sears qn Christmas
H. W TITUS. I). M. D.
A delicious dish f o r t«*a or lunch i*
"Twits evening aud th«* rising sun
E A FE K T D E N T IS T R Y
maih* as f«dlows: On a v«*ry fine \vir«*
hs setting in the west;
Mr. and Airs. Floyd Jones and «‘hit
gridiron plae** sunn* sli«*«*s «if fat salt
Modern equipment. lirs lN a U o n
«Iren spent Christmas with Airs. Jones' And littl«* fishes in the trees
pork, <*ut as thin as ptissible; on «*a<*h
at Bunk Bldg. Office üours b a.
parents, Mr. and Airs. D it. Brum
— 1 " .------- -—— ............ ■■ —■
Ui. to 1- ui., 1 to t> p. in. Eve
baugh, al Btu< Mountaiu.
Rules—One cent the word; mini
nings or burning a by appoinkineut.
Th«* rain was pouring dmvu,
Alt. aud Airs.
H. Cooley aud
mum 35 words; three insertnins l*ir
Th«* moon was shining bright,
Elizabeth Cooley were guests of Air. And everything that you ««mbl '«•«
Eugene Cottage Grove
the price ot two when paid iu ad
and Airs. J. E. Dunmvuu hi Cottag«*
vunce; half eeut the word after
J. S. MEDLEY
Was hi<ld«*n out «• f sight.
thu third insertion.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
D R R O Y A L J G IC K
*1. W. Fisher, of Curtin, visited this While tIi«« organ pe«*le«l jsdato**s
EyeHight Spacial int
I>ar«l was r«*inler«*<l by th«* <*hoir
Eugene Euan und Saving» Bunk
1922 baby chicka.— Order your clucks
Schueid«*r, who is As tin* s«*xton rang th«* dish rag
now if you want
early hatcher*. teaching at Coquille, is spending the
I’rnctiee limited to examination
Homeoin* s«»t the «*hur«*h on fire.
2 p. IU.
Heavy layers of large while eggs that holidays with h«*r pureuts, Air. and
of the eyes and furniHhiiig
top the market.
Win. Hands A Bon, Airs. Joe Mchnei<ler.
4 D. UI.
Holy snmke ! ” tin* pr«a<*h«*r sh«nit«*<l;
DR W. M. HAMILTON
b«j* 614, Cot tug e Grove, Ore. jly2btfc
Air. anil Airs.
W. D. Heath and
in tin* rain to lost Ins hair;
family spe11* Christmas «lay with Air. N«iw his pat«1 r«*s«*mbl«*s h«*av«*u,
Wanted— To hear from owner ol good
!»::«) u III
and Airs. L. H. Diug m Cottag*- Grove.
For th«*r«* i « no parting th«*r«*.
ranch for sale.
State cush price,
Corner IHh and Willamette Ht reels
Air. amt Mrs.
Waldo Aliller and
Ex. Sunday ... ......a ;:«i p. III.
Chronic Cases a Specialty
full particulars. D. F. Bush, Mmueup
6 P. in.
Christmas of Air. and Airs. Charl«*s frienda about th«*m, and Indp to mak«*
Office Over Durb>
For R ale- All grades dimension, rustic, Bales.
them bear fruit.
Rea., 212 bouth Parlile Highway
Mr. and Airs. Homer Cb:iml*arlniii
shiplap and linisli, rough or surfaced,
at reasonable prices. Dimmers Bros., gav** a dan«*e Christmas eve at then
phone 13 F3.
DR. A W RIME
Afiss Osie Chapman, of Vais«'tz, vis
Wood tor Bale.— Old growth body fir,
S F E C IA LIS T IN OBSTETRICS
ited at the VV. D. Heath home tins
old growth fir limbs and maple, Hi
Vvill care for conlinenicats at his
E. J. Scofield, corner
home if desired.
Mr. ami Mrs. Ihirntio Mosby sjwnt
Washington and south Eighth, n lltfc s«*veral days of this w«*«*k with All.
Phonos: office, 34;
A. R Spoaniw,
residence, 12b J.
For Bale -Small sale, in firat class Mushy's grandparents, Mr. ami Air
condition. VV«*st Hide Grocery, illiltf VS D. Heath.
Air. and Mrs. Georg* Diyng and
Rent— Two nicely ntrnislied sleep family and Air.
MRS F. J. ALSTOTT
dU U U E S ITV E T H E R A P E U T IC S
Fr«*a«*liing at II and 7:30.
Dowens sj m • iiI Christmas with Mr. and
«lid kOpd Mrs. G«*orge Bowens :it Blue Mountain.
Why ko.-p yuur puntiti
Miss Marian E««w ry ami l.yh* Dnvry,
(H IT OF T H E
Will you let me give you $2500.
chrome uuu acuto hi laic at«
F A S T .’ '
hav«* $1500 « (juity m 177 acres, two of Walk«*r, visit«.*«! this w*«*k with their
miles east of Saginaw in Debghl val grandpa r«? it ts, Air. and Airs. VV. D.
This includes $1500 worth of Heath.
L I F E ’S ol K A N ."
Aiiss Gladys Wlnpps, of Blu«* Aloun
rsonal pro|s.*rty. To the first man
who will giv«■ in«* $2000 1 will giv<* tain, vn*it«*«l several «lays of this w«***k
Tin* lndi«*H eb«>niH will sing in th«»
DR. W E LEBOW
my interest in this place, lock, stock with the Aliases Fear I a ad Mafy Diyng
morning s«*r\ n*«* and in tin* evening
D E N TIST
and barr«*l. i f you are looking for a
t here will In* sp«*«*ia I musi«* by ’The
snap, you'd better act. 11. it. Robison, teacher aud pupils ol the Aloiint View
O ffifo: Fifth und Main Street»
Sagmaw, Or«*., pliom* 35 F 21. «116 30p sehool was enjoyed by a large ami
Hours: 8:30 to 12 aud 1 to 6:JO
ienee. Several from outside atten<l<*d.
Phones: Office 35, H« »idonee
YOU A HE IN V IT E D TO A T T E N D
Old rags wanted.— Nothing leas than among them being Mis- 3 h«*lma Hr«-ed
Eveniug.i und Sunday»
two loot Hjuuro accepted. Must be love and Aiiss G«*m*vn*v«- Johnson, «»I
T H E C H lIK Cll T H A T SERVES.
clean and must be* of material that th«* Grove, and Miss Etlnd Sh«*rman
will absorb gasoline. Old underclothes,
flannel garments ami the like pm and Claude Sherman, of Walden.
D A N C IN G LESSONS
Mr. and Airs. Claude Arm* and fain
Can not us«? ohl socks, mofleef
P H O N E 112 E
ized or hard surface goo«ls, or small ily spent Christinas with Air. and Airs.
pieces of any kind. We wunt the best liom<*r ( ’hanib«*rlain.
STEEN S PRIVATE
rags and pay th«: beat price, be the
Air. and Mrs. Wm. Hands, Roy
Neighborhood N ew s
The Book of 1921 Is
About to Close
For us, ili«- year ! -M much <>f gooil.
that we Iik<*, and, lx*st of all, your fri«*n«lslii|>.
of tla- s«*«*iiiing husin«*ss (h‘|n-«-ssi<*n, 1 M 31 prove«l to he
our hii?g«*st y«*ar for the ninnher of «-ustonuTs s«*rv«*d
and th«- units of inerehainlis «1 sold.
Sn<-e<‘ss sn«*h as this earn« h<*«*a.us«» of your patrou-
your e<»nlidenee and your ap|>roval.
the hook <d litliL* and on th«* first pag«* we writ«
«*h ne \1 w«*ek’s issu«* of ’I'll« S«*ntim*l for our
of “Ja n u a ry
W A N T A D S
First Presbyterian Church 1
pet sweeper, in Tust elass rendition. mas program ai im* wnmni m v n w
Mr.-. Elbert Bede, 1254 Jefferson nve house Monday night.
M ms A Hie Fh 1 1 lips, of Corvallis, and
Mr**. Verna Mast, of th« Grov. , spent
For Bale or Trade Buick touring car. Christma* with th«*ir parents, Mr. and
1026 west Main
Mrs F. H Fhilbps.
Mr and Mr- W. I> Uenth and fain
Red Rose Brand Butler
A hoim* pro«lu<«t of guanmt«*«*(l «|uality, iiianu-
lft«*tur«*»l by lioiiu* folks for Jioinc «-onsuinption.
It is always good—ami there are no substitutes
for «lairv loofls.
Cottage Grove Creamery
No S u b s t i t u t e s
Sunday, January 1