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very unique and jolly social alfair cleg ant course dinner whs served.
the "college fe e d " given by Mrs. Misses Joy nih ! Fern Holcomb, Esther
Job and daughter. Miss Emma. at Hill, Nets *‘ouipton and Hildred Hall
their hospitable home last Saturday assisted in serving.
After dinner the guests indulge«! in
The gueats were aakeii to dress as | a progressive peanut game and an auc
Numerous articles were
college girls and be prepared t«> do a tion sale.
II. l>. Thompson bo
"s t u n t ."
Those responding were Meadames V ing the auctioneer.
Those present w ere: Mr ami Mrs.
P. Jones. H. H. Veatch. Geo. Kerr.
Hall, Mr. and Mrs F. D W heel
H. O. Thotnpaon, Herbert Eakin and,
Job. Misses Elsie l.ea, Dorothy School- j er, Mr. and Mr». L. Hill, Mr. and Mrs.
craft, l.aura Kennon, l.ula E'urrin, ■ H. Lurch, Mr and Mrs. N. K. t'omp
tun, Mr, anil Mrs. J. S. Metlley, Mr.
F.slher Silaby and Emma Job.
The married ladies forgot that they , and Mra. H t). Thompson, Mr. and
were other than the college girl of a Mrs. H. A. Miller, Mr. anil Mrs. W. II.
few years agone. each assuming her Abrams, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe and Mr.
aiul Mrs II. II. Veatch.
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second floor. At a
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Famous Lock Rail Beds
The prices are the lowest consistent with quality.
We have cheap one* as well as good ones and carry
an unusually large line a t___________________
H O U SE F U R N IS H E R S
N uf-C ed
Th«* slump, the care of which ia under
the direction of the post master gen
eral, is 25 feet in diameter, and the
government appropriation for ita ini
coat and up keep
When arranging his quurters in the old
trunk, Mr Holman encountered an oh
utructing root tenaele, whieh with a
W r al wsyi like to inset with Nit*. Hiowa
little planting and sawing he converted She ha» the cosiest home there is In town
into a serviceable desk.
A " Homey ” kind ot home, you Inww, <
In place of the greenery that form
Wtu-ie you can sit and suit of rest youi
erly drooped from tin* branches of the
forest monarch, now muy he seen an I know of houaes gewgawd ao with style,
empty mail sack, nr perhaps a lull line That when you enter you put on a smile —
that is to he taken tn the outgoing A suit ot so« «al shine, n« you might aay,
So that you'll haimonUe and he au tall.
station. Also to the tree l<-ads the Hut oh, now dteadlul tlrrd I should get
telephone wires ttiat connect the hollies It I should tialn loievn with that set
and hnsiness placea of Black Rock anil No, give me Mi», lliuwu
Cau Just lounge down and lest, aud lest,
For Sale or Exchange.
Her lismia «to low aud bioad, and quiet
g lee n —
Seven room hongal >w house, hall,
That lestful gieeu, «ml alt the picture«
hath and pantry; colonial |x>rch on
two mil« s, ground 80x114, Beautiful At comfortable sngtr«, and you rhat
lawn ami shrubbery. Sewer ami water In low and cosey tones — aud theie'a a cat,
cunneelitiiis, good house ami Mummer Of course a cat, that yawna there In the euu
A pktuie of content, like eveiyone.
outdoor sleeping room. Would «’«insid Ttirn Mis. Blown bl Ings out her dainty eet
er lanil trade.
Apply, II. II. I ll* 'M l'
Of tes things, and we know that we shall
The very nicest, dearest run of tea —
'Tis CHASE St SAN HORN’S hi aud, you
“ IN A HAD W A Y . "
know, and we
(I ivr alt uf us been using It ’round town,
Many it Cottage Grove Reader Will It s always sate to copy Mis. liiuwu.
supper was served
Mrs. Mackin was hoatess to the
apartments on the
Young Married Ladies' Kmhrohier.v
late hour the guests
club Wctlncsdav afternoon.
hiu I j
'Those present answered to roll call
I w ith current events un«l aft«-r a pleas
The ladiea of the Social Twelve Em- | ant social afternoon dainty refreah
broidery club gave a Thanksgiving | nients were served.
dinner to their husbands at the home .
Marrieil, st Yoncalla, on Sunday,
of the president, Mrs. Geo, Hall. Iasi j
December 3, 1911, try Justice W. A
The house was beautifully decorated j
Myrtle l ake, tx»th of Lane county.
with ferns, m'stleloe and chrysanthe I
Married at the home of St Brab
The gentlemen secured partners by ham in Eugene November 29, PH I,
guessing the lady s nose, causing con Charles A. Gates «>f Eugene, and Mrs
Eva May Ellis, of Cottage Grove, by
Feel Grateful for Information.
l o r Noli* b> A. Hi mid A ( » .
Promptly at seven o ’ckick all ad Rev. V. Urbino. They will make their When your hack gives out ;
journed to the dining room, where an home in Eugene.
Become lame, weak or aching ,
When urinary troubles set in.
riOMIK ASSAYING & KIIIMNt. ( 0.
Your kidneys are "in a had w a y . "
i 1 1 Em I« Ml « > • i man I*. M H i l l
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Doan's Kidney Pills will i-iiri- you.
«s \ \ Fit A M IMt'i». I \ I.
lairane, Dec. 5. Mrs. Ida Osment
ami Mr* Jessie Seals uttemled Rebec Here is local evidence to prove it
W e boy G olii rich t tn
Mrs. J. II.
Cottage ami all mining pr«siu«'i*.
W e pav « a»h
♦ ca lodge at Cottage Grove Friday
Grove, Ore., says: "Since I publicly and give a »quarr ileal
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Estubh-.hed 20 V «-ai».
recommended Doan's Kidney Pill« two
The ladies of the Presbyterian church
First National Haul« uf Sun Francisco
A large number of local grangers at
years ago, 1 have taken them off and
will hold their Christmas bazaar next tended the big initiation at the Cot
on and they have always («enclitic«! me.
Friday and Saturday, Doc. 15th and lage Grove grange Saturday.
1 was all run down from knlnry and
16th, in the McFarland building form
Mrs. Dora Ross, of Hadleyville, is bladder trouble and often ill) buck was
erly occupied by Phillips plumbing visiting her parents.
so weak and lame Dial I could hardly
H a r r i n g t o n
The sale will begin Friday
I had headurhes amt the
Mr. an«i Mrs. Oral Crowe, of Koval, get around.
w it i tsi v o r n
afternoon. Many useful and dainty
spent Thanksgiving with Mra. Lilly kidney secretions annoy«! me. After
articles will be on sale. Friday even
I bail taken a number nf remedies
ing the ladies will serve a chicken pie
was told alx«ut
Mr. Bailey has a erew of men work without
supper with all the good things that
and deciding to
promptly ami satis-
ing at the Milwaukee fruit ranch pull
go with it. Saturday the exchange
try them, 1 procured a supply at Hen
fac-torily. They have
ing stumps with the donkey engine.
will be continued. Doughnuts made
son's Drug store.
'The contents of
every facility f o r
while you wait and c"ffee will be
three boxes improved my condition in
humllitiR all danse» of
served. Warm doughnuta will also be the dance at Crow Friday night.
cvv*ry way. I have often told oilier
goo«!», an d simply
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Crowe visited
sold by the dozen. D o n f miss this
persons how effective Doan's Kidney
solicit a trial.
friends in the Grove Saturday and Sun
Pills are in rase of kidney complaint."
•Ml kin«]* ol lldulinq A I'idiio Moving
Mrs. Lydia Stouffer and Miss Belle day.
For sale by all dealers. Price fsic.
Hione No. 72
< oll«t<fr (tfotr
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Humphrey. N e l Foster -Milburn
Burkholder left Thursday morning for
l ’«>., Buffalo,
Kedlande. Calif., where they will spend son Crowe aiwi Mrs. I.sndrith were York, sol«* agents
Cottage Grove visitors Saturday.
Remember the name Doan's ami
A big mas<|uera«ie ball at the grange
The Men’s society of the Presbyter hall December 25th.
music take l.o other.
ian church held a aoeial st-sion at Hox-
Mjnulat turrn of
ie’s restaurant Monday evening. A
How Watch»« Vary.
Mrs. W. C. Billings visited Mr. Bill
supper was Berved.
Theoretically, says s Jeweler, the
ings in the Grove Monday.
tu-st wut< In-« of tixlay are perf«*c|. lint
Last Sunday was a «lay of good
Mr. and Mrs. John Gates, of Crow,
actually they t«uth gain and lose time
things at the Presbyterian church,
attended the Thanksgiving dance here every day
Kveu If the good watch
W e «-an supply you llrst grade
large and delightful audiences, beau
does not vary one «ootid at Hie end
shingles delrvernl in lo l l a g e
tiful music, helpful sermons; and next
The I. O. O. F. lodge gave a progres of the twenty four hours, the expert
G m ve or at the null, in any
Sunday, Dec. 10th. will be still better.
Insists, It lias tailh gained aud lost In
Sunday school at 10 a. m. and t hris*
If It 1« wound In Ihe moru
tian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. At 11 a. honors fell to Dick Farmin and “ B i l l " Ing It runs fast and toward the next
m. the pastor will preach on the sub Billings and the booby prize to Maud morning runs slow, thus equsllzlng
ject, "T h e Mind of Christ."
At this Humphrey and Ralph Lynch.
lie says the l>e»t watt lies 1
Mrs. White has been confine«! to her should be wound t w b r a day ami then
service there will be an anthem by a
large chorus choir. A t ■ :30 the ser home for a couple of weeks with rheu at only two third« of the < apadty of
the mainspring, thus preventing eltliei
mon subject will be. "T h ree Best matism.
Things.” A special musical feature
Mrs. Jerry Pipes relurned M xiday binding or extremes of strong or weak
The balance wheel was
of the evening service will be a mixed from California, bringing her niece
expe* ted to equalize differences of
quartette consisting of Misses Blanche with her.
mainspring teuslon. but really Ibis 1«
Veatch and Esther Silsby. and Messrs.
The road between here and Cottage n««t the « sse lo w hat Is called perfeo
Lloyd Stratton and Worth Harvey.
Grove is better now than it has been tlou New York Press
The choir of the Presbyterian church for years, for this time of the year.
is preparing a delightful service of
Boston’« Wmtsr and tummir.
Rev. Beatty preached at the M. E.
Nesrly all visitors to Huston. If they
song for the evening of l>ec. 24. church Suralay night.
do not see It, ar«* told of the place j
Christmas Eve. when it will occupy
Crow hunting is the latest sport in where one may "sti-p from Winter Into
the whole time of the service.
Summer or from Hummer Into Winter |
The workers of the Methodist church
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hawley went to at any time of the «ear without giving 1
a thought to tils « lothlug " This may
are exceedingly gratifie*! with two rec Eugene Sunday.
lie done at tin* point where Waahlug
ords they made during the month of
W. R. Kelly is building a new barn.
ton atreel Intersects the »Ireet which :
November. There was an average at - 1
Is "Winter" on one side and "Summer" I
tendance at prayer meeting of seventy |
Eat Eggs With Shells On.
on the other
A gulile was enlarging ;
and one hundred and sixty-one at Sab
A Dallas Swede recently startled res mi this bit of humor to u visitor from
bath school. The coming l-ord’s day .
idents of that place by eating 'steen New York a few days ago. but was [
evening will be especially interesting.
eggs one after another, with the shells nut revvar«l«*d by the smile w lib b the
People’s Popular services at 7 :30.
on. The Swede went into the thirst Winter and Summer Joke usually « alls
Lecture by Robert Sutcliffe on ‘’The
"That's nothing," said the New
parlor of J. C, Shultz and, noticing the forth
Men especially in
tempting display of hen fruit on the Yorker, "hut what Is really fitnuy here ;
vited to be present. From 8 :30 to 9:30
Is to see Hie entrance to tin- under- i
back bar, concluded that he was hun
Mr. and Mrs. Sutcliffe will give a
ground railway marki-il 'The Eleva
gry, an«J proceeded to purchase sixteen
tor.' " - New York Tribune
" S i n g Around the Piano". This is an
of them for immediate consumption.
entirely new feature of church work.
This was not unusual, hut when the
T h e C h u rch Cough.
Public worship at 11 with sermon by
husky Swe«ie, instead of sucking the
O f all coughs the church cough la j
pastor on " T h e Question of the First
eggs, as is the usual custom, began to the luoat «tilth ult lo check, aud It la i
Murderer.” Bible school at 9:45. Last
throw them into his facial ajierture ami almost as « oulaglous as yawning 'Tim
week the young people's class had
masticate both egg and shell and late Mr Huw eU practh all) cured hi» |
Miss Mse Arm-
swallow them, his fellow liners-up at Mary lela» lie congregation of coughing 1 Authentic an«| T tl ia lie infoOTMlMa
atong conducts the Kpworth League
•t>«>ul U ~ .trn r Hat« K «r«. ttumrj.
||e Uae«l to an
the bar began to take notice, and with during the service
| I ••«tin« and h outing pou ltry «
meeting at 6 :30.
co rt«m «() ia th« |«i«Jt «git»on «2
eyes distend«!, watched the man in uoun* « all Intel val for coughing with I
L l l ? • Pou ltry l U . k —yuft printed.
One adult was received into mem amaze«l silence until he had chewed up a |*«llle request to those u ho found
lo t copy, ( i n
bership in the Methodist church on sixteen of them. 'This aeemeil to sat
T K .C W H U r (V.S-wfa
isfy him, and after taking on a chaser la a somewhat similar practice In tlm ¡
The men of the Methodist parish are he calmly walked out, seemingly aatis- Russian army (tie nose blowing «trill
which Is performed hy the vvlioh*
to give an entertainment on a big scale fled with himself amt the world, and
regiment at a signal from the colonel.
early in 1912.
The exact date an ignorant of the fact that he had done
Am! no sohller dares »m-er.e at any
anything out of the ordinary.
<»ther time l.omloii S|x*<'tntnr.
We have 45 different patterns and colors to choose from.
They are the “ leaders.” selected from the leading manufac
turers of the country. We especially invite your inspection
OUR LITERARY CLUB.
In the stump «>f a huge yellow Hr
tree at Rluck Rock, In the central part
of Polk county, the Unlte«l States,
with the assistance nf E. J. Holman,
the postmaster, ha* established a poat
Mr. Holman also operates the
central exchange of the Mutual lele
phone company In Black Rock.
SPANGENBERG 5 BRADFORD
SEE IS ABOUT FARM LOANS
BANK O F
‘ A GOOD BANK IN A GOOD TOWN '
C A P IT A L $ 2 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0
IN T E R E S T PAID ON T IM E D E P O S IT S
Read this Partial List of Oregon Lands
A Big Snap
A Snap -95 acres 1J miles from
town, 35 acres in cultivation.
ance pasture and timber; farm house,
good bam. family orchard in bear
ing, team, 4 cows, all farming im
plements, hay, grain,
place. I6UO0. Terms.
70 acres all under water ditch with
a perpetual water right with deed,
all bottom land, 3 « miles from town
on good road, near school.
from railroad station. Will subdivide
to suit, $150.(0 pier acre.
160 acres in the Lorane Valley,
near the Churchill-Matthews orchard
tract. 120 acres in cultivation; bot
tom land; 90 acres under irrigation;
10 acres pears, iDe Anioj 2 acres
apples, and peaches and cherries in
water piped from spring to house
and barn and chicken pares; chicken
plant for 1,000 laying nens; barn 50x
60; smoke house, tool house, mil*
house, machinery shed, wood shed;
48 acres, all level bottom land, and
all cultivated, on good wagon road,
7 miles from Cottage Grove. This is
choice land and the best of soil. Dark
$75.00 pier acre.
HEMENWAY & LOCKWOOD
RtAl I S U I t
(O IU G E GROVE
S H ELF HARDWARE
Knowles & Gräber
information on P o u ltry
A SLASH IN WALL PAPER
33 1-3 off during December on my com
plete stock o f Wall Paper, which includes
anything that anyone can want in
that line to decorate anything from a
pantry to a drawing room.
B. K. Lawson’s Paint Store
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For next Sunday at the Baptist
church the services will be at the usual
time. Bible school at 10 in the morn
ing and at 11 the preaching service.
In the evening Young Peoples meeting
at 6:30 and preaching by the pastor at
7:30. A special invitation given to
Call for City Warrants.
T h e O ld O r d e r P a sa e th .
City warrants on the East Main
What has I>«•« nine of ihe old fasli-
street and Tennessee Avenue funds, loncd man win* was alsiut to solve
reigstere«! prior to Nov. 11, 19)1, ami the problem of i«eri«etunl motionV
to and incluiling registration numl«cra
Alul where Is Ihe old fasldolii*«! wo
177, will be paid upon presentation at man who vvore gloves that readied
the city treasurer’s office.
Interest only halfway to Ihe end of her lingers?
f a n an) I xm I v furnish liifurtiuilhui
cessed on Dec. 5, 1911.
concerning the whcrcnhmts o f (lie old
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