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C A L IF O R N IA
is Famous the World Over
For its splendid hostelries, its varied
attractions, its fine beaches, hot
springs and pleasure resorts all t hese
can be reached with case by the
■ Road ot a Thousand W otadn*
Route of Shasta Limited
l os Angeles
On sale daily, Rood six months with stop-overs troinjr or
Corresponding low fares from other Oregon
points. Call on our Agents for
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Barbara l.o a A n g e lr a Pasadena. I.nng Beach V enter Rtvoraul« . R c U U iu L ^ m !>irgo
T h e Old Spanish Miaaiona. Y o a rm ilr N ational Park and Hi* Tree-, and m ain o th n
places of interest in the G olden State or w rite to
WM. McMlRRO, Gen'l Passenger Agent
PORIl AM). ONtGON
HEATERS and RANGES
of Quality at R e a s o n a b l e P r i c e s
We Save You
on Furniture, Carpets,
tains, Trunks and Suit
Cases, Tin and Granite-
House F urnishers
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I C o t t a g e G rove, O re g o n
j IN S O C IE T Y
One of the season's most pleasant
was the Hallowe'en
party given by the Ionites Aid Society
of the Presbyterian church Tuesday
evening at the beautiful home of Mr.
and Mrs. II. O. Thompson.
Huge jack-o-lantorn* were conspic
uous on the verandas and the rooms
were gaily festooned with corn brake,
jack-o-lanterna and rose berries. A p
ples and doughnuts were hung in (tie
archways, each guest trying to grab
The pretty summer iiouse was con
verted into a "Chamber o f Horrors."
all present being escorted in partiea'of
two and three through this unique
and wierd room.
A novel feature of the evening was
the " I m p ’s Trag.*dy,” a musical panto-
mine under the direction of
The witch who disbursed fortunes
from the bubbling caldron, caused
much merriment. A fter having the
palm crossed with a charcoal, each
person drew their fortune. A penny
indicated a banker, a pen an author,
pills a doctor, rake, a baker, etc.
The blindfold game caused much
amusement; three bowls being placed
upon the table, one containing Hour,
another water and
the third let1
empty. Each person in turn was blind
folded and permitted to reach for a
bowl. I f (lour was touched, the future
wife or husband was one who had been
married before; if water was reached,
the future choice was a single person
and the empty bowl indicated single
w retched nesa.
Mr. Hall as Ebcnezer and Mrs. Du-
itruille as Topsy w ire attractions,
“ Nuts to crack" were passed around.
The ladies having conundrums and the
gentlemen haying the correct answer
were partners for refreshments.
pumpkin pie. doughnuts and coffee,was
served in the kitchen.
About SO guests we-o present.
which all the students ami teachers
The decorations, which were very
leaves, rose berries and jaek-o-lnnlerna,
the latter being of generous sire.
Ghostly forms walked about the
rooms und a few goblins were present,
but all seemed able to enjoy the num
erous games of the evening, the for
tune teller, ami last hut not loast, the
Besides a large attendance from the
high school, a number of alumni and
former high aehool students were pres
ent, all of whom agreed that the party
was a very pleasant one.
party was given Tuesday afternoon,
Dot. 21th, in honor of Miss Ossie Cur-
rin. daughter o f Mr. and Mrs Felix
t'urriu at the Walnut Avenue farm.
About til guests were present, many
being from Cottage Grove. Mrs. Dorn
Fields was one of the latter, hut she
will not commit herself as to whether
ihi was a eha|»er»me or not.
Refreshments were served, consist-
ing of chocolate, coffee, sandwiches,
cake, lints, po|>corn, fruit and candy.
Miss Currin received many pcautiful
Those present expressed
themselves us having thoroughly en
joyed the event.
The eighth grade class o f the public
school celebrated Hallowe'en on Mc
Farland Butte Tuesday evening. A
huge bonfire wus the chief attraction
and a jolly time was hail watching
for spooks and goblins.
Satisfaction or N o Sale
We have the largest and host stock of
Photo Goods ever brought to Cottage
Grove, also by far, the I test equipment.
Quality 1 he host.
ARM STRO NG
tHken from the center o f a ledge which
Mr. Furlong has traced for a long dis
tance, is almost a solid mass of the
N O R T H F O U R TH S T „C O T T A G E GROVE
W o will give to each family who
$ 10 0
valued at $8. )0 , I ree of charge.
Or trade $2o.00 and you may Imy one
or trade $">0.1 10 and buy one
for $2.!•’», or trade sTd.(M) and buy one
With every purchase of 2.V or more, wo
will give you coupons, the amount of
your purchase». Save them till you get
the required amount and we will give you
A Quickwork Vacuum Cleaner Free
L U R C H ’S
We are Talking—
The case of the Pacific ¿states Tele
phone & Telegraph Company vs. the
State o f Oregon and the case of Frank
Kicrnun vs. the city o f Portland, which
involves the constitutionality o f legis
lation enacted in Oregon under the ini
tiative and referendum act, have been
set for argument in the U. S. supreme
court on January Nth.
The Comrner ia> club is in receipt o f
a letter from the Oregon State Horti
cultural society, accompanied bv a pre
mium list setting forth multitudes of
prizes for apples and other fruits to be
given to successful exhibitors at the
twenty-sixth annual apple show which
will be hel l in the Yeon building in
Portland, Wednesday, Thursday, Fri
The Young Married Ladies’ Em day and Saturday, November l.r>, Ifi, 17
broidery elub entertained their hus Hiid 18.
Construction work on the Eugene-
bands by giving a Hallowe’en party
Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Coos Bay railroad will begin immedi
Ben Groff. The rooms were prettily ately after the deal for the purchase
decorated with autumn leaves and a Ot the Lane county Assett company's
number o f jack-o-lanterns adorned holdiigs is concluded. The asset com
the porch entrance. The guests were pany holds a short stretch o f right-of-
greeted at the door by spooks and the way needed hy the company.
evening was spent listening to wierd
Sugar has dropped as low as f> rents
fortune telling and at Eugene on account of war between
games. The luncheon
consisted of local merchants.
pumpkin pie, doughnuts and coffee.
Leslie Furlong, a miner of 2!i years’
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
experience* who has traveled over the
Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Mackin, Mr. beat part o f the United States and
and Mrs. Durham, Mr. and Mrs. Bert spent much time in South America,
Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Arms, Mr. brought down from Blue River last
and Mrs. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Um- week some samples of gold ore taken
phrey, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cook, from his newly discovered claims on
Mr. and Mrs. Kiabcy, Mr. and Mrs. quartz and Simmons creeks in the
Earl Simeral, Mr. and Mrs. Kora, and Blue River mining district that Hre
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Groff.
fabulously rich. Ore piece especially,
On last Friday evening at the Elk’ s
had, the junior and senior classes of
the high school observed Hallowe’ en by
giving the first party o f the year, to
I ltd ter grades fop moiv money l»nl
mort* l'or your money than you can
get anywhere else. These special prices
will not last and you will have to hurry.
At a dainty luncheon Tuesday after
noon Mrs. Alta King announced the
engagement o f Miss Nellie Ellis to
Edward Lee Brugger, of Spokane,
Wash. The place cards were in the
of two joined hearts, Mrs.
King was assisted by Mrs. Water-
These present were: Mrs. J. Nor
man Waterhouse, Mrs. Job and daugh
ter Miss Emma, Miss Lulu t ’ urrin,
Mias Neva I’erkins, Mrs. Kinter, Miss
Jean De Long, Miss Jennie Smith,
Miss Lauretta Atkinson, Miss Audra
Khinehart, Miss Nellie Ellis and Mrs.
A delightful affair o f the week was
the party given hy Miss Kulh Woodard
at her home Wednesday evening for
the senior class o f the high school.
It was a general reunion of classmates
ami the evening was spent in social
games and vocal and instrumental
music. Fruit punch, candies and pop
served, f ift e e n
One of the most nleasunt parties of
the were present.
Endeavor Society of
quartermaster Dickey, o f Appomat
church was entertained at a Hal tox Post, and his estimable w ife cele
low i ’en party
brated their silver anniversary yester
and Della V\ bite at their home on Fri day hy inviting comrades und their
day evening, October 27. About sixty- w ivet in to spend the day. Those who
young people met at the church and partook o f the dinner prepared by
were taken out in two wagons one Mrs. Dickey described it as magnifi
two and one four-horse team driven cent. The
by Clarence Jloyd and Alfred White. bower o f (lowers. A number o f I h - uu -
The first thing that greeted the eyes tiful gifts were recieved.
o f the p i n y on arrival at the home
A pleasant Hallowe’en party was
stead was a display o f jack-o-lanterns
on the gate posts and porch.
The given by the tith grade o f *he public
guests were received by two ghosts, school in the basement of the Metho
and were ushered into the parlors, dist church Tuesday evening. The
which were beautifully decorated for program consisted of the usual games,
the occasion. Garlands of rose berries fortune telling
we*e festooned from the ehandelier, The hoys o f the class served refresh
and autumn leaves ami wild vines ments.
adorned the walls. The rooms were
The Hallowe'en dancj in Armory
lighted by numerous jack-o-lanterns
and by a huge fire which burned in the hall Saturday evening was a very
open fireplace. By the fireside sat the pleasant and successful affair. The
proverbial "Witch with her mystical hall was pret'ily decorated for the oc
brew. She was kept busy hy the young casion and good music was furnished
folks who were all anixous to learn for lovers o f the terpischorcan h c I.
what the future had in store for them.
During the evening music was pro
vided by Miss Wilcox and Miss H a n k
ins, and games and ghost stories were
enjoyed by all until supper time ar
rived. The choice o f partners for sup
per was a novel idea. The girls, each
being given a cord, went upstairs,
leaving one end of the cord below.
The boys were then called in to choose
a cord, their partner being found at
tached to the other end. The guests
then withdrew to the dining room, which
was decorated with autumn leaves and
bunches of grapes. On the center of
the dining table sat a huge pumpkin,
surrounded by numerous smaller ones.
Kach couple, having chosen a pumpkin,
which contained a suppei for two,
seated themselves on the floor and were
served by the Misses White and Miss
Boyd with delicious grape juice drawn
from the huge pumpkin.
A t a late hour the party withdrew,
each one of the guests pronouncing it
a most enjoyable evening.
Cabinet Photos, $2 per Doz.
Cabinet Folders, $3 per Doz.
All the Time!
Gome in and Hear tin*
S|K*i! we Give ’em.
Griffin & Veatch Co.
COMPETITORS OF SEARS-ROEBUCK
S U B S C R IB E
Delivered Instructive Lecture.
Ben Franklin Allen, aodaliat lecturer
delivered a discourse
before a large and apprecilltvie audi
cnce at the Grand Wednesday even
Mr. Allen ¡ h a pleaaing and
interesting talker, and presented the
subject, "Scientific Socialism" in a
/ery convincing manner.
A citizen o f Medford has brought
su't in the ciruit court againat the j
$1,500.000 bond iaaue for good roads
recently authorized hy the people o f !
Jackson county at a special election.
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