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PIONI[ R ASSAYING & RIHNING CO.
Convicts To Be Educated.
Steps have been taken to organize a
school of extensive scope and practical
courses for the convicts at the state
penitentiary. The school will open
about December 1 and after th at
recom mendations for parole will prob
ably depend largely upon the efficiency
of the convict in his work in some of
these courses. All courses are prac
to learn a trade,
H. H a r r i n g t o n so when and the generally
convict educates him self
WILL 1H1 V O IR
out of prison, he will have educated
him self into a useful and profitable
promptly and satis
At the present lim e the following
factorily. They have
courses have been decided upon :
everv facility fo r
American literature, practical arithm e
handling all classes of
tic, spelling, United S tates history,
goods, and simply
geography, English literature, gram
solicit a trial.
mar, book keeping, w riting, reading,
All kinJs ot Hduling & Pidno Moving physics. Shakespeare, hygiene, agricul
Cottage tin»» ture, poultry, civics, mechanical draw
Phone No. 72
ing. bookbinding, cookery, music,
laundry and gas engines.
V olunteers to leach these branches
will be called for and some response*
have already been made. Two |ieni-
tentiary chaplains, Kev. Father Moore
of the local Catholic church, and Kev.
i'hilip Hauer, will act as superintend-
ent* and do s g reat deal of teaching.
L. K. Alderman, sta te superintendent
We can supply you first grade
public instruction, will assist in di
shingles delivered in Cottage
the school and deliver occasion
Grove or at the mill, in any
Superintendent Jam es of the peniten
has begun the drainage of some
swampy land nearby, where agriculture
may be taught the convicts. Governor
West, who has had this plan in mind
NO SIR, I CAN T
several months, has been w aiting
GET APPENDICITIS for
for the busy season to close before hav
ing it launched. Penitentiary officials
are a unit in w orking with enthusiasm
for the new line of prison reform .
¡81 Kitt h Street. near l T. S. Mint
SAN KRANUISCO. t AL.
We buy Gold rich Ore — amalgam
and all mining products. We pay cash
and give a square deal. Assaying 50c.
Established 20 years. Reference:
First National Bank of San Francisco
SPANGENBERG & BRADFORD
A Delicate Question.
I Eat All I Want to Now.
Oas on the Stomach or Sour Stomach.
More Heavy Feeling After
Meale or Constipation.
N o m a tte r w h a t y ou 'v e trie d w ith o u t
g e ttin g relief JU S T TRY sim ple buck-
bark, glycerine, etc., a s com pounded
In A D
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it th e Q U IC K re su lts an d you will be
u ard ed a g a in st ap p en dicitis. T he V ERY
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sno o rt
tre a tm e n t w ith A D L E R -I-K A will m ak e
you feel b e tte r th a n you h av e fo r years.
T his new G erm an ap p en dicitis rem edy
an tlsep tlclx es th e stom ach an d bow els
an d d raw s off all Im purities. A S IN G L E '
D OSE relieves g as on th e stom ach , sou r
sto m a ch .# co n itlp a tlo n . n au se a or heavy
feeling a fte r eatin g alm ost A T *O N ('K .
A sho rt tre a tm e n t often cu re s an o rd in ary
case of ap pendicitis.
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Information on Poultry
Authentic and valuable inform* hoa
about brervima. hatching, rasa« .
| feeding and houtm g poultry ¡a
contained is the latH) edition of
I Lilly • Poultry Book—juft printed,
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PRO FESSION A L CARDS
J. N. WATERHOUSE
Teacher ot Piano and Organ
Certificated from the Associated Board,
Royal Academy and Royal College of
Music. Residence Second StreeL
Office Phone Main 5
Residence, M ain 121L
F. L. INGRAM , D. M. D.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Cottage Grove, Ore
J. E. YOUNG
olttorney at Law
Office on Main Street, Weet Side
COTTAGK G IO V I :: ::
J. C. JOHNSON
A ttorney-a t-Ln tv
Practice in all Courts of State. Corpor-
ation, mining and Probate law a specialty
Collection and Insurance.
p o n - s Æ N ear
» y W End o««:PhüJr„liock
T ennessee Avenue.
F. W. ROBBINS, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
W ill receive obstetrical and gynecological
patients at home. G raduate
a * c'o4; «
” « ~ ! L™ 5 ock
Office Hours i to 6 p. m. O th-r hours
by appointm ent.
DR H. H SOMERS
Chronic and N ervous D isrates a Specialty.
COTTAGE GKUVE CAMP, N o' 6424
M. W. of A., m eets the first and third
Tuesday of each month a t E lks' Hall.
From Life, Septem ber 24. 1908.
Is a m an's first duty to his own fam
ily or to his client?
Take, for instance, a patient call
him W illiam —who is being treated for
a disease considered incurable. His
doctor, of the old school, tells him
frankly and kindly that the best they
can do is to hold the disease in check,
prolong W illiam 's life, perhaps, and
make his rem aining days com fortable.
While this treatm ent is going on
William begins to hear tales of w hat the
osteopaths are doing. His friends tell
him of sudden cures of case resem bling
his own. William hates quackery,
but as he cannot ignore this testim ony,
he finally mentions the subject to his
doctor. His doctor, a liberal-m inded
man, tells W illiam, regretfully, that
while the osteopaths, like other
quacks, produce tem porary results th at
amaze the ignorant, they work far
more harm than good; that osteopathy
is merely a form of m assage at best,
and that W illiam 's disease is a deeper
m atter. Besides, the osteopathic tre a t
m ent is ‘'ro u g h ,” and “ often danger
William is secretly relieved by this
inform ation, for he hates changing
about and he has no use for all the
But the surprising tales persist in
reaching him. Even members of his
own family relate extroardinary cures
of seemingly hopeless cases, w ithout
drugs or surgery. Finally, to make a
long story short, W illiam, who does
want to live, visits an osteopath. He
is ashamed, but he does it. The theory
and treatm ent, as explained to him,
certainly seem rational. Moreover,
he finds these osteopaths are curing
cases much worse than his own. And
when William him self is cured he
blsm es the old school doctor for not
sending him at once to the osteopath.
But is W illiam just?
Is it ever expected that a lawyer, a
doctor, an architect, or any man of
standing shall say to his client, “ Go
to my rival. He is wiser than I am.
Give your money to him instead of to
In accusing the old school doctor of
fraud W illiam is doubly unfair, as that
doctor despises the osteopath and hon
estly believes him a quack. And we
ail know how easy it is to believe what
is most desirable.
W illiam argues, however, the success
of osteopathy now being common
knowledge, th at when he pays a doc
tor for advice the doctor should give
w hatever advice is moat likely to lead
to a cure.
The doctor m ight argue th at he gave
W illiam w hat W illiam paid for, the
best treatm ent he knew how to give.
Which is right?
You can judge the kind of job print
ing a new spaper does by the kind of a
paper it prints. The Sentinel is will-
g t) l e t its paper be an ad. for its
Notice of Road District Meeting. I
TO WHOM IT MAY 1'OM 'FUN :
Notice is hereby given that u m eet
ing of the taxpayers of road district
No. ir> for Lane County, Oregon, will
be held at Grange Mall the lfith day of
December, lu ll, at the hour of 10
o'clock a. m. of said day.
The object of said meeting is for the
pur|Miae of subm itting to the taxpayers
of said road district the question of
voting a levy of an additional tax up
on the taxable pnqierty of said district
for the purpose of improving the roads
of said district.
This notice is signed by at least ten
per cent, of the taxpayers of ssid dis
J. C. Stapleton, J. K. Hanlon, l.evi
Geer. O. W. W hite. G. S. Hailes. J. W.
Massey, J. G. Powell, J. N. Hogue,
D. K. Harris, W. G. Massey, O. P.
Wills, K. E. Lackey, Jos. T. Taylor,
T. V. Schild, 1). Cooler, W. G. Hale,
N. W. W hite, Oscar S. Woodard, J. W.
Skaggs. J. H. Trunnell. S. W. B tjfd,
E. C. l.aihrop. Geo. W. Sheary, John
Cooley. Alex. Cooley, J. M. Ritchey,
H. D. Whit look. J. D. Anderson, C
K. Kldredge, J. I. Lawson, J. J.
Wooden. L. H. G ilcrist, W. Sloan,
George Taylor, C. E. Gilham, C. H.
W im o l, Edwin TuUar, w. K. H art
zeil, John (J. A. Young, C. L. Berg
strom , E. Geer, George Sutherland. R.
I'. Williams, e. c. GiUuua. I.. J.
Green, W. T. G aroutte, H. C. Combs.
HOH I M I A
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Notice of Ko.td District Meeting.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Notice is hereby given that a m eet
ing of the taxpayers of road d strict
No. 60 for Lane County, Oregon, will
be held at the residence of H. S. Cline
the 18th day of December, 1911, at the
hour of 11 o'clock a. in. of said day.
The object of said m eeting ia for the
purpose o^ subm itting to the taxpay
ers of said road district the question uf
voting a levy of un additional tax upon
the taxable property of said district
for the purpose of improving the roads
of said district.
This notice is signed by at least ten
per cent, of the taxpayers of said dia-
H. S. CLINE,
ED JE N K S.
BALTIMORE O. M. CO.,
F. J. BARD.
TH E VESUVIUS M INES CO..
Nov. 24-Dec. 15.
Notice for Publication.
DEPARTM ENT OF THE INTERIOR.
U. S. Land Office at Kuteburg, Oregon.
November 24, 1911.
Notice ia hereby given that Joseph
B. Gregg, of Cottage Grove, Oregon,
who, on November 14, 1906, made
Homestead Entry, Serial No. 04084,
for Lot (II), Section, Tuwnabip 22 S.
Range 2 west W illam ette M eridian, has
filed notice of intention to make final
five years proof, to establish claim to
the land above deacribed, before Reg
ister and Receiver United S tates Land
Office, at Koseburg. Oregon, on the 5th
day of January, 1912.
Ciam iant names as w itnesses :
John D. Palm er, of Cottage Grove,
Oregon, Joel D. Palm er, of Cottage
Grove, Oregon, Samuel K. Lewis, uf
Corvallis, Oregon, John Gray, of Cot
tage Grove, Oregon.
BENJAM IN F. JO N ES.
Call for Bids, Improvement Bonds.
The undersigned will receive sealed
bids up to the hour of 6 o'clock p. m.
Monday, Dec. 4, 1911, for the purchase
of Cottage Grove Im provem ent bonds,
issue C, am ounting to the sum of
$5519.31 to bear date Sept. 18, 1911,
and to m ature in ten years from date
thereof unless redem ption shall be
made prior to that tim e as provided in
said bond, the same being at option of
city of Cottage Grove, at any tim e af
ter one year at any sem i-annual coupon
period. Such bonds shall bear interest
for date thereof at the rate of 6 per
cent per annum, payable semi-annually
until redeemed. Principal and inter
est payable a t the office of the city
treasu rer of Cottage Grove, in gold
coin of the United States. Said bonds
will not be sold for less than par and
accrued interest to the highest respon
sible bidder. Each bid shall be accom
panied with a certified check in
am ount of $100.00 which will be im
mediately returned to the unsuccessful
bidders. The council reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
C. H. VAN DENBERG,
Nov. 10 D ec.-l.
Real Estate Transfers.
M. C. Currin to Lula W. Currin, lot 8
in block 2 of Currin Park add. to Cot
tage Grove, $10.
H. K. Lawson to W. B. Cooper, tract
in section 28-20-3 W. $100.
Alice E. end L. Elam to W. S. Me-
Caleb. lots 1. 2. 3 and 8 iri block 13 of
The Great Bargain Emporium
A w a i t s Y o u r Inspection
Santa Claus claims that this year beyond dll doubt
his headquarters will be at The Fair. H e tells us
that never before has he found a store so completely
to his notion and honestly thinks that we are show
ing more items from 5c to $ 2 .5 0 than any ¿tore on
his route. No one will exped us to try and itemize the
the thousands of articles we have on sale.
All the New Novelties in Toys
All the new ideas in Dolls, fancy Dishes o( every kind. All
the new things in Glassware, I oilet Sets, Military Sets, Shaving
Sets, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Necktie Holders, etc. Our complete
line of Notions contains many items that will make useful presents
and we can supply your every day wants at a Itfss price than you
Special to Ladies
Pillow Tops, Center Pieces,
Dresser Scarfs, etc. All
colors in I). M. C. Cotton and
Richardson Si l ks , Fancy
Towels. Our prices are al
ways a little lower.
Thread and Thimble Hold
ers, Hat Pin Holders, Gold
Beads, Pins, Rings, Slipper
Pin Cushions and hundreds
of small items that will in
Air Rifles, Target Pistols,
Drums, Horns, Mirroscope
Magic I^intern,s Books,Tops
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