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Column Neighborhood News
1 trade for horeee, cow», sheep,
goat», hog», aecond hand farm tool»,
hay, grain, wood, poata. Buy all pro
duce. Sell everything from a paper of
pina to a threshing outfit, in fact any
thing that can be hauled, driven or
lead or can be induced'to follow.
Waldo M iller has good second hand
buggy for sale cheap. Phone 26F12 or
address box 176.
C. E. Ashley has for sale 130 head o f
See Spray and help to build a can
nery. H elp to manufacture your own
produce. Come in and see me.
Groceries and dry goods at the hole
in the wall.
May 7. — (Special to The Sentinel.)—
The school at the Academy closed May
Elder F. S. Bunch from Coos County
was here the first o f the week visiting
his sister, Mrs. R. W. Airey.
Elder Gibson was home from C
A L. Chitwood was in the Grove
Monday on business.
Mrs. J. F. Gildersleeve and Marjorie
went to Cottage G rove Monday.
Supervisor Owens was working Mon
day on the new bridge at Cottage
R. W. A irey started Tuesday for
Washington, D. C., where he w ill a t
tend the general conference o f the
For sale.— Good gentle horse, work
May 7.— (Special to The Sentinel.) —
or ride, weight 1100, Drice *65. Horace
Chas. Lawrence returned Sunday from
For sale, eggs for setting from heavy
Mrs. Roy G riggs returned Wednesday
laying strain single comb Brown L e g from Drain, where she was called by
horn, 50c for 15. Waldo Miller. Box the illness o f her father.
Chas. W alker o f Cottage Grove was
176, Phone 26F12.
here Tuesday loosing after business.
Mrs. A. H. Cruson has thorough bred
Miss Floy Johnson o f Drain spent
White Plymouth Rock hens for sale several days o ' the last week with her
cheap. Also a fine Rhode Island Red sister, Mrs. Roy G riggs.
cockerel. Or will exchange cockerel
Floyd Craig and Arthur Woodring o f
Drain visited friends here Sunday.
for R. 1. R. hens.
Pete Marketta and Geo. Edwards are
See me before you sell your mohair
•hipping posts to lower California
or wool, as 1 will pay the highest price. points.
1. F. Bradley went to Oakland Thurs
day night, to play with the orchestra
1 pay cash for chickens, eggs, h des,
for the May Day Ball.
grain, mohair and wool.
Mrs. 1. F. Bradley and children and
J. B. Phelps has for sale White L e g Mrs. Madden were in Cottage Grove
horn and Buff Orpington eggs for Saturday.
Friday and Saturday w e w ill
and print butter w rap p ers at the fo llo w in g prices:
THIS IS A SAVING OF 50 CENTS ON ANY SIZE ORDER
G r o v e Sentine
THE LIVE WIRE NEWSPAPER
JUDGE URGES PLAYGROUND
lake cere of its child*#.
ment which has been taught by Miss Siuslaw Beetles Stand Rooted to
duty It ranno! and It
Klva Richardson for the past two
It ia only true to iu,|f
years. Miss Edna W eber, who has had
which has completely pussled
charge o f the third and fourth grades,
Ben Lindsey of Denver Says Keep to true to it* child ree.
w ill not return next year and her plsce all Sluslaw entomologists snd which
Boys off of Railroad Tracks
w ill *“
by ■ u
a ,,- J *“
----;— looks as if it might have grown like a
H ig h w a y Chaagt Oppg-
Harrington plant out of the ground, hss been dis
and Out of Theft.
w ill again have charge o f the fifth ami
Eighty-five leading rillin g
sixth gra tes and Miss Edith Sncre the covered by Carl Miller o f Talllcar»
I'aae met at
(Judge l.tndaey in Itonvar Post.)
seventh and eighth grades. For prin lake.
cipal B. S. W akeficluwas again chosen,
The first specimen o f this remark
but as yet no one has been selected to able beetle -een by Miller wss standing buys to bo running on tho railroad Southern Oregon. p0|(
I f you need an engine see our engine
May 6. — (Special to The Sentinel.)— fill the place o f assistant principal G.
tracks. It ia only a short «tap to steal »lK-r. bc» wrrr full of
perfectly still in an altitude o f expec
and g e t our price before you buy.
John Martin made a business trip to E. Richards, who has resigned.
tant movement: but as he continued ing from th# box car», ami then per ch ief topic was the teclabw
Good second hand roller feed m ill for town Saturday.
haps from the corner grocery, and lined to change th#
to observe it, it did not move. Final
Miss Gerda Söderström has gone to
May 5. — (Special to The Sentinel.)— ly, thinking it dead, ho started to piek finally to "la p p in g th e till.'* Such ia from Southern Ortgoo ta
Cottage Grove to finish the school
Buff Orpington eggs, 75c per setting. term. She is slaying with her brother Mr and Mrs. Kibbv, Louisa and George
it up but found its six feet so firmly the progress o f neglected childhood.
Dureat spent Sunday in the Grove.
S. E. McFarland.
To eerure further rsregut
Gladys and Clara Ladou were in the imbedded in the earth that a consider
Miss Floy Lee returned Friday from
L. M. Harding has a work horse for
protrai lug against say
able pull was required to lift it
a visit with relatives in Cottage Grove. Grove Saturday.
sale also yearling colt..
to play and do thmga and would nave Ihe Pacific Highway we |
Mrs. F. Turner and daughter made
Pair young mares fo r sale. Phone a business trip to town Saturday.
Mrs. Love Allen, one day last week.
case they have been standing erect the railroad eompanies thousands o f warded to repr aetiU'.ttei a
sod immovable, their lees buried In dollars annually they spend to keep and to commercial ergi
Mrs. J. H. Mackey and son were in
school house Sunday with S. B. Mors*
It to further jir<>|«asdla Am
Stanley Martin has fo r sale nr trade Cottage Grove Saturday to see the
the ground. He thinks it probabia that boys In the cities from making Iheir
vlowa o f the Pacific Higteif
property their playground.
one Crown Organ. See bim for bar doctor.
Dan A llen is building a new barn.
A surprise party was given at the
I know a railroad official who told me Josephine county and 1«.
home o f Angelo Perini Saturday even
Mrs. Butte Mooney was in the Grove standing like their own statues, hut
he cannot understand why in evary that they had dispensed with one eg- with the resolutions.
Wagons, buggies, plows, harrows, ing.
their feet are so firmly fastened pensive officer in one district a fter a
cultivators, discs, binders, mowers and
Mrs. Montgomery spent Sunday in
Big Business at Treat
Saginaw and Delight Valley.
to the ground, not infrequently pulling scheme o f personal work and h elpfu l
rakes at the big hole in the wall.
Leal month was the
Mr. and Mrs. John Allen went to loose from the body when one tries to ness through the public playground
May 7.— (Special to The Sentinel.)—
Curtis Veatch has Duroc Jersey sows
Thursday and returned to their uproot them.
m the statali- nt of |
E. P. Redford and w ife o f Cottage Eugene
had been built up. It had directed into
fo r sale.
Grove visited Wednesday at their old ] home *■ riday.
The insect la about half an inch long better channels the otherwise m isdi had in the county treason
Geo. Hasting and Floyd Jones spent
Lim e and sulphur spray at the big home now owned by J. P. Rucker.
and haa noticeably long feelers.— R eg rected energies o f theee children. A Lane County
hole in the wall.
The G. T. X. Society met with Mrs. Sunday with their fam ilies.
gentleman In one eity o f fifty thousand
Mrs. Geo. Downs and son I-eston ister special.
Page field fence is a spring steel, |
told me recently that the slaty boy*
The 7th grade took the county exam i were in the Grove Saturday.
•urns o f them being as lea I
Mra. Harry Simona Dies.
best by every test. Phone 162.
nation Thursday and Friday.
Irw in Whippa is on the sick list.
The funeral of Mr». Harry .Simona, short apace o f one month were furnish The first half o f the state*
Mr. Manor o f California visited at
John Deere and O liver plows at
who died Sunday after a lingering Ill ing his road a more serious problem Ing to $22,450 haa bees )■
Miss Watson visited friends in Junc
ness o f several years, waa held Tuesday than the question o f railroad rulea that total amount of money !
May 7.— (Special to The Sentinel.) —
Do you need a cream separator? tion City last week.
office for the n . nlh we
Mrs. Jim Pitcher o f Seattle is visiting from the Mills chapel, Rev. J. T. waa then pending in the legislature.
Come and see our Blue Bell. It is a
The Sunday school gave a May Fes-
e big bueimwe requirad
friends and relatives on Row River.
I once talked with a young murderer
\ tival at the school house Saturday
good one and the price is right.
made in A. F. A A. M. cemetery. W ith — 19 years of age. He «(as then in the
evening. There was a large audience
Warren McFarland has some nice and the sales o f ice cream and suppers visited with her daughter, Mrs. Vern Viola Thornwalt was born In Miehigan shadow o f tha gallows. He told a>o straight. - - Ksgisier.
Wieks, over Sunday.
were quite satisfactory.
young sows fo r sale.
Oct. 7, 1677, coming to Creswell in his towleasneaa started .town among
There ia only one wsjf U ft
Miss Merle Cellars visited at Row
Miss Bertha Angel o f Eugene visited
1898, shortly afterwards moving to Ui# railroad tracks, where he went to news o f the Grove Muatfj.
Buy your feed and flour o f Spray. her grandparents, Mr. and Mia. J. E. R iver over Sunday.
Angel, over Sunday.
Mrs. C. Martin, Mr. Hankins, and Cooe County for a year and then re play. It waa a powerful magnet for in The Sentinel.
E. C. Gribble was down from D ivide Mrs. Carl Pitcher are on the sick list turning to Lane County. She waa curiosity when there was none other.
See our new 2-way gang plow. It
Mesdames Kirk and Sears were in married to Harry Simona at MarshAeld
And all this ia as uie from the whole
turns it down hill going and coming.
Oct. 16, 1902. The family had been some character building and tha affect,
Miss Nora Harnden is visiting with town Saturday.
For sale W hite Rock and Buff Or her brother this week
Bake Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Joe residents o f Cottage Grove but a few both morally and physically, upon tha
pington all fu ll blood. J. T. Short.
C. J. Chandler was over from Coburg Wicks, Carl Pitcher and John W icks month». The husband and five small average boy, who haa the a d va n ta g e
C lo t h e s
were in Cottage Grove last week on
A ik your grocer for W hite River
o f clean, well-directed, helpful play
Mrs. Stevens o f C ottage Grove ia
Flour. It beats them all. You w ill
that is now to bo appliod alone in many
Mrs. J. P. Wicks has returned from
visiting her brother’s fam ily here this
a visit with her daughter at Grants Strahorn W ill Devote Entire Time cities through the public playground.
have to pay 15 cents more for it than week.
to P. E. A E.
fo r some other hard wheat flour, but
I know a eity o f leas than 300,000 In-
Mrs. R. B. Hanna spent Monday jn
Strahorn haa resigned from
w e guarantee every sack._____________
habitants In which there were over
Misses Opal and Pearl W hiteley Sun the vice presidency of the Oregon-
G. T. Angel and w ife moved to day.
-■OCX) arrests among the boys In one
Wendling the first o f the,week.
Washington Railroad A Navigation
year. 1 walked into one o f the courts
Mrs. McGee, Mrs. Hazel Wicks and
company and will hereafter devote his
Miss Cora W itcher visited at her
«i i r t
o f that city and found the time o f tho
Mrs. Miles Pitcher, Sr., called on Mrs.
home over Sunday.
entire time to the construction o f the
Joe Wicks Monday.
at y o u r hrocers
jury, the judge and the counsel taken 1
The Hanna girls are sick with the
Portland. Eugene A Eastern interur- up in trying a boy o f 12 f , „ throwing a
ban electric system through
brick at a cltiaen. The next day I met
Rev. Snyder and w ife o f Lorane,
May 7. — (Special to The Sentinel.)— W illam ette valley. J. p. O ’ Brien, vice
took dinner with G. A. H am den’s '
Herbert Neal was in the Grove over president o f the O.-W. R. A N. ami the boy In the bullpen amid hardened
criminals. He had chains about hla
general manager of the syatem, will
Miss Watson is quite ill with the
waiai and knees. I asked the boy why
B E T T E R THAN E V E R
returned Monday from a visit with take over the unfinished work in con he threw the brick.
He said: • ’ !
N. P. Jensen and Mr. Darling and friends in Dorena.
nection with the completion o f the
ister; we were
w ife drove over from Coburg in Mr.
H. Cox, G. Hastings and Wm. North Coast road in Washington.
just playing.” | saw the miserable
Jensen's automobile Sunday.
Ruscher were passengers on No. 6 S at
■hack and the crowded district where
Mrs M cKinney’ s brother is visiting urday evening.
37 Babies are Measured.
her this week.
Hazel and W illie Ostrander, Charley
The Woman’» Civic Club o f Lebanon
i Protzman spent Saturday at E. Hof-
Can tha hoy be blamed I f he con
haa the honor o f having inaugurated a
I deliver free to all parts o f town.
tinued to throw the bricks? Could we
May 2.- A t » special m eeting o f the
C. Lindsey went to Eugene Monday ‘ ‘ Made in Lebanon” show, which waa be blamed if we shed a tear at tho ab
Spray, phone 162.
Commercial Club Tuesday night it wss \ to consult a physician,
largely attended Friday afternoon and
Warren McFarland has good second decided to hold another school and in- 1
surdity and injustice o f it ulf? Can wa
Mrs. James Pitcher o f Seattle is evening.
dustrial fa ir this fall, exact date o f
hand hack for sale.
be blamed i f we turn from the act o f
making an extended visit at the Ben
The exhibita were numerous. Much
which w ill be announced later.
the boy to cry out against the ahame-
W . C. Atkins has heavy wagon to committee was appointed to begin a t , Pitch
... , _
interest waa taken in th# eugenic de
trade for light one.
once making preparations fo r the event. , Clyde K err ana fam ily have returned partment. Thlrty-aeven babiea were ful criminal state.
A deal was made last week whereb-
from- " • * * ' » * * * * •
Mr. K err is work- scientifically measured by Professor
Ihie child ia a wonderful human
I w ill trade you one sack W hite R iver
for J. 1. Junes.
erea tu re-a divine machine. Wa have
flour for one tier 16 inch old growth F. W. Ogram traded his 240-acre ranch
Frank Jones returned Monday morn
on Bear Creek near here to A. L.
much to expect from him. and whan
fir wood. Come and see me in the hole Dickens for a 480-acre wheat farm in ing from a short visit in Cottage A, C. A number were
the returns deitends upon what we
in the wall.
for lack o f time.
Mrs. J. Lew is was in the Grove S at
H. H. Schmitt received from P o rt
Forty lbs. o f W hite R ive r flour fo r a
We shall auffer with him whether
Rumors Found to Be Untrue.
bushel o f wheat at the hole in the wall.
automobile transmission device which
Mrs. Bert Richmond and boys were
Rumor» e. rly Monday evening were we will or no. or we do not ahare hla
Mrs. Sarah Harmes has W hite Or- he has worked out and on which he ex- passengers on No. 6 Saturday evening.
Let us not weary o f tho i
to the effect that the murderer o f little burdens.
pington eggs for sale.
pects to apply for a patent. The idea
Mrs. W. K e lly was called to Row
o f the contrivance ia to do away with R ive r Monday to assist in caring for Mildred Green, who waa killed laat •trugglo till tho child gets a square !
Our new platform scales are now the clutch in throwing the machine in her sister, Mrs. C. Martin, who is Auguat, had been captured and bad 'lea l; and until he doe», we eannot have
readv for use. Come and weigh your the different speeds,
however, and do not deserve tho glorious man-
CaffdeK to ll »• ■
horses and hay.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L Windum,
three , Quite a number from here attended
ahowed that the report had its inrep- hood, that splendid cftlaenahip that
A B S O L U T E DU!
T ry a sack o f W hite R iver Flour.
ln ,n the ,Bn«y of aome Intoxicated will come alono from duty done in
ly from Culvert, Oregon, and took j Ing.
Ask yoar grocer for it. I f he hasn’ t possession o f the place form erly occu
person at Springfield, and had abso childhood’ s a acred causo.
AS W E L L A S S
Mrs. T. Hatfield and Mrs. K. Mier
t, call Spray, phone 162.
pied by Ira Black, who took charge o f
STYLE IN OUR
were at Hunts Station Monday.
We o f the children's courts are opti
the place recently occupied by the Win-
W. A . Hemenway has Brown L e g
Notice to Creditors.
horn eggs for setting. 50c fo r 15.
with clearer vleion the moet hopeful
Saturday, May 31, is the day the city
S U M M E R SU TD
Notice ia hereby given that Uie un-
C. F. Handy has Buff Leghorn eggs park w ill be a scene o f activity, that
aign In thia country. It |a that aw ak
Guaranteed ell-wool M ***
fo r sale, fifty cents fo r fifteen. $3 26 date having been decided on by the
ened conscience o f the etate to IU own
C ivic Improvement Club, Commercial
The Enterpriae: E gg recorda have duly appointed by the County Court o f
per hundred, also Indian Runner duck
-----k« s *
Club and other organization as Clean- been made and broken. H ere'« another: Lane County. Oregon, administrator o f
eggs from select stock, fawn and white Up Day. Every man, woman and child
caring for the child the state ia aimply ,Bt
the estate o f Joseph H. Sharp, de caring for itaelf.
' clothe* retain >k<h
e g g strain, 50c fo r thirteen. Ordera in Creaw3ll snd vicinity who are In Mra. E. P. Adams, livin g in the south
peraona having claims
terested and who are able to perform west part o f town, has a Buff Orping ceased. A ll
aa long as you wesr thetn*__Ikf^
taken for day old chicks and ducks.
Wa have ceased in this country to
manual labor w ill be asked to be there ton hen. which, while still earing for a ■irainat the said estate are hereby noth
One o f our ipeci»!»— K'r>\ ^ p
Farmers, come in and see our manure and do his or her share o f the work.
the duty o f the state. It m *st
brood o f chicks, commenced laying and
? i k 10
du|y verified provide free edu ction and pM a com- clal Serge Sait at
It has been planned to have the picnic
spreader. Something new.
part o f the day at the noon hour, whan one day laid two normal eggs, the next to the said administrator at the First
pulaory M-h«ml and child labor law . and tw o-ply warp for « * " * J X
big lunch w ill be served — Chronicle. day a big double-yolk e g g measuring National Bank, o f Cottage Grove, Ore
A newspaper that gives you tw ice aa
establish playgrounds, trade achoola staunchness ia w*»r,
A t a meeting o f the school board held 6Jx7| inches and the follow ing day gon within aix months from date of
much as some other paper ia worth
makes it tha lightest of s e r g » ^
juvenile eourta, for the stake
the first publication o f this notice.
tw ice as much. A re you g e ttin g your last week, all teachers fo r next year, again two o f the ordinary ones.
suffers just aa f « r as the child ia |g. beautiful, deep, r“ k-
with the exception o f an assistant
Th at’ s the vital principal, were elected.
H attie B.
A live wire newspaper—The Cot
norant and weak.
H aw ley w ill teach the primary depart- tage Grove Sentinel.
E M M ETT “ « H A R P .
W* do 1,01 "•«*' more to emphasise
May S-Jun. 6
our responsibility. This nation mua,
HITE RIVER FIOIIR
Whiter. Lighter F3read
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