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Remember the thirtieth of
Everything in the music line
at the Music House.
Dont forget to ask your grocer
for Baker Bros, bread.
You can buy glasses for
New bakery open every day
3 0 cents or Ten Dollars—
except Sunday afternoon.
and get the same am ount ol
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Brainard
m aterial in each pair.
visited at Eugene Wednesday.
But RIGHT glasses are
Miss Mildred Pringle is a guest
much more than mere m a
o f relatives and friends in this
U n l e s s von buv. city.
G L A S S E S plus S E R V IC E
Born—To the wife of 0. W.
you do n o tg e tv o u r m oney’s Blackmore, March 4, 1914, a nine
I have the knowledge, ex
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
perience and equipment to Blackmore, on February 21, 1914,
a ten-pound son.
furnish right glasses.
Attorneys King and Shinn,
Satisfaction Guaranteed and Frank Garroutte were county
seat visitors Monday.
Jas. P. Graham came up from
Wauna yesterday to spend a few
days with his family.
D. J. Scholl
Optometrist and Jeweler
Local News Notes,
Phonographs and records at
the Music House.
Fresh ground bone for poultry
at Bartels & Ernest’s meat mar
We are prepared to roast that
meat, chickens, etc. for lodge
suppers and furnish the trim
mings to go with it.
B a k e r
r o s
Orders filled at any time for
ice cream in any quantities.
Phone 13, The Elite.
m 3 tf
For Sale—Buff Orpington eggs
for hatching, $1.00 per setting o f
15. Apply to M rs . J. K. B arret .
Cantata, “ The Seasons.” Fifty
voices. Beautiful costumes. In
For Sale—Wagon, team and
Team weight 2500.
Enquire Box 21, Cottage Grove.
Poultrymen. —Before you buy
an incubator, examine the new
model “ Queen” at Sterling’ s
Ever try those jelly rolls,
cream puffs, pies or cakes. We
are sure one trial will convince
you. B a k e r B r o s .
Johnny, bring the washtuh,
Mariar, fetch the starch; And
we’el wash the dirt from father’s
shirt, for the thirtieth day of
Eggs For Hatching.—White
Wyandottes and Indian Runner
ducks, only 75 cents per setting.
Leave orders at DesLarzes Gro
For Sale or Trade—My nine
room residence and nearly three
acres of well improved lots on
West Main, a paved street. In
quire o f W. C. Conner.
Valuable coupons with pur
chases at the West Side Grocery.
Duntley Combination Vacuum
Sweepers only $7.50 direct from
factory. J. O. McCrady, 1164
Lincoln street, Eugene, Ore. m il
Pure White Indian Runner
Duck eggs for setting $1.00 per
dozen for local orders.
orders requiring shipping pack
age $1.50. Good 200-egg incu
bator cheap. W. B . F i n n e y .
Wanted 100,000 feet of fir pil
ing. Inquire of F. H. Hall, Cot
tage Grove, Oregon.
For Sale—Thoroughbred White
Minorca, White Rock and Black
Dont forget we have fresh
bread every day for dinner trade.
a k e r
r o s
Attend the silver tea Friday
afternoon at the home o f Mrs.
EGGS FOR HATCHING.
From selected stock, Indian
Runner ducks, fawn and white.
White egg strain, 60 cents for
twelve. Buff Leghorn, 75 cents
for 15. C. F. H a n d y , Cottage
GRAND ST. PATRICKS BALL.
Given by the Cottage Grov
order of Owls at Phillips hall-
All turn out and
wear your green.
good clean dancing and amuse
ment Irish music by Apper-
son’s orchestra. Dancing begins
at 8:45. Tickets $1.00
S o c ie ty J'iofes
NONE B E T T E R M A D E —
NONE B E T T E R KNOWN
T h e reason w h y a M c K ib b in hat always “ feels right” at the first
is because it is provided with the famous M c K tb b in “ Cushion S w ea t.”
Mrs. C. E. Lockwood who has
been visiting at the home of Mr.
Mrs. Merle Scovell entertained
Right qualities throughout and up-to-the-m inute styles accentuate the first “ right
Ward on Mosby Creek, returned the M. P. G. club at her home
T h e M c K ib b in are right through and through. Y ou r Dealer g u a . r a n t e e s them.
Elbert Bede and family moved usual program consisting of
into the Jury residence on East needlework, the hostess served a
Main street at the foot o f the hill dainty luncheon appropriate to
St. Patricks day. Favors were
clay pipes tied with green ribbon.
Mrs. M. C. Robinson of Port
Mrs. H. A. Miller was hostess
land visited at the home of her
sister, Mrs. Hemloth a few days to the Social Twelve at her home
last Thursday afternoon. The
election of officers took
The Ladies’ Missionary society
the following officers
of the Christian church meets
for the ensuing
with Mrs. LeRoy Wood Thursday
Compton, vice president and
Conductor Al Veatch and O. O. Mrs. Burkholder secretary. A
Veatch will build a new brick on report was made as to the result
their Main street lot occupied by of soliciting for Mrs. Coleman
the People’s Meat Market this and the members o f the club
assisted by the public, shipped
Cantata, “ The Seasons. ” Fifty Mrs. Coleman a box of clothing
voices. Beautiful costumes. In valued at $30 and completed the
spiring music. Arcade Theatre, funds for the purchase of a plow
March 17. Admission 15, 25, and and harrow which will be pur
chased and shipped to her direct
from Portland. After the busi
Rev. Robt Sutcliffe of Lebanon ness meeting a pleasant time
spent a few days in this city was enjoyed witn needlework
A. L. Woodard and son are early last week looking after his and the hostess served a delic
building a neat bungalo in the fine young 8-acre apple and peach ious two-coursc luncheon.
orchard in the Jones tract.
new Woodard addition.
The Panama club were delight
John Bader is laying a concrete
Buff Leghorn eggs for hatch
fully entertained at the home of
ing. 75 cents for 15.
A ' . * ' . * ' . * ' . * " .A \ A ’ .A \ A -.A \ A \ A '.A \ A , .A , . * ’ . * \ A
perty which he recently bought Mrs. W. B. Cooper last Friday
on West Main street, and will afternoon by Mesdames Cooper
Wanted To trade two beds soon build a fine residence on and Frost.
Mesdames C. H.
THE DAYLIGHT STORE
and springs for dry wood, bark
this property with concrete base VanDenburg, Ernest Bisbey and
preferred. Inquire of Leader.
ment and all modern conven David Griggs were guests of the
Conductor Al. Veatch is a iences.
were served consisting of chicken
guest of his parents. He is still
Capt. II. K. Metcalf is build
suffering slightly from rheuma ing a fine new garage on his salad, pickles and sandwiches,
two kinds of cake and coffee.
‘Star Brand Shoes are Better”
home property on West Main
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Bede en
You have got to pay your taxes. street. It will be a fire proof
But there is no law to make you building with concrete floor and tertained a few friends inform
ally at dinner Sunday in honor of
say you like it or to look pleasant driveway.
the ninth birthday of their little
Miss Frances Cox will go to daughter Ruth.
Wanted—To buy good horse Comstock Sunday to accept a 4-
The annual supper and busi
and cow. Must be a bargain for months term of school which she
meeting of the Presbyterian
cash. Enquire of Hemenway & will begin teaching Monday.
church was held Tuesday even
DEATH OF MRS. HARTUNG.
ing in the parlor of the church.
O pens for Business Satur
J. F. Spray has work well ad
A large proportion of the congre
vanced on his new sanitary dairy
Mrs. M. Hartung died at her gation was present. Supper was
day, February 2 8 , 1 9 1 4
barn on his little farm one mile home in this city Tuesday even served by the ladies of the
east o f this city.
ing, March 11, 1914, after a ling church on the cafeteria plan.
Mrs. Spriggs, mother of the ering illness, she having been a After supper the congregation
Spriggs Bros, o f this city, is sufferer from tuberculosis. The was called to order by the mod
erator, A. C. Kinter. The first
quite ill at the home of her
family has resided in this city for order of business was the elec
daughter at Springfield.
many years, Mr. Hartung having tion of officers for the ensuing
Hon. Albert Abraham of Rose- formerly been engaged in the year. Currin Cooley was elected
W a tch For Grand Opening Later
burg was looking after Bohemia
moderator and took the chair.
mining and other business mat flour mill business in this city, Mrs. Job was re-elected clerk
but is now located in Washington, and treasurer; Oliver Veatch, M.
ters here the first of the week.
having been divorced from his M. Wheeler and Edgar King,
Prof. H. Young, late of Los
Angeles, will endeavor to re-or- wife. Several children survive, elders and C. J. Morss and Cur
ganize the Cottage Grove band and the funeral service will not rin Cooley were elected elders to
First National Bank Building
and also organize a boys band be held until a son arrives from fill vacancies. Mrs. Gowdy was
re-elected trustee. Reports were
then read and the treasurer re
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jost of
ported all bills paid with a sur
Pianos, Sheet Music, Musical Merchandise, Phongraphs and Records
COBURG MILL STARTS UP.
Portland, and Mrs. Marie Truax
plus in the treasury. The meet
of Grants Pass are guests of
ing adjourned to meet again next
More than 100 men were given Monday night.
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.
employment with the opening of
The “ Missouri Girl” attracted
The seventh grade pupils en
S. H. Edwards left for his old the Booth-Kelly sawmill at Co joyed a social time in the Sunday a large crowd at the Arcade
home at Gordonsville, Minnesota, burg Monday, after a shut down school rooms of the M. E. church Monday evening and proved a
Games and good attraction.
Monday, after spending the win of more than a month. The mill Saturday evening.
ter here with his brother, Will closed for repairs on February 1, other amusements was indulged
John Bader will build a beauti
and partly because of the lumber in and dainty refreshments were ful modern residence upon the
served by the girl pupils. Mrs.
William Higgins of Cottage market was not opened until Beager, Prof. Rose and Leslie Slagle lots which he recently ac
quired on West Main Street.
Grove was in Eugene Monday, now. The company expects to Goddard chaperoned the party.
and while here obtained $8 bounty continue operation during the
The Metz auto holds the local
The Rebekah Social club were
on four wildcat hides which he
Sugar $ 1 .0 0
It is said to have hutted
entertained at the home of Mrs.
thoroughly overhauld for the Dave Sterling last Friday after
1 0 0 lb S a c k - - $ 4 . 8 0
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Shortridge year’s run.
noon. The time was pleasantly street.
will celebrate the sixty first anni
spent in needlework and dainty
Coal Oil bulk, per g a l_____$ .15
versary of their marriage Thurs
refreshments were served.
HIGH SCHOOL ITEMS.
day, having been married at Jeff
Condensed Milk, 3 cans___ .25
Attend the silver tea Friday
erson, Oregon, March 13. 1853.
25c can K C baking Powder .20
Rev. Sutcliff gave a short ad afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Mrs. Delure Hemenway is dress before the High School David Griggs.
3 boxes matches....................... 10
suffering from a severe injury to
Charles Riley McCally, the Special coffee______________
FIRE DESTROYS GROOMS HOME.
her right hand. She received a
severe burn recently which has week.
great impersonator, violin soloist Mixed candy per lb________ .10
Tuesday evening a fire alarm and imitator, will be at the Ar
resulted in blood poisoning.
The entertainment presented
4 pkg Arm & Hammer soda .25
turned in from the James cade Friday evening, March 13.
L. S. Miller having sold his in by the University girls was one
6 bars white laundry soap . .25
terests at San Diego, is looking of the best ever presented in Grooms home on the mill race It will be an evening of melody
adjoining the old 0. P. Adams and mirth, one that makes you Fancy cream rolled oats lb. .05
over this part of Oregon with a this city.
view to locating here. He will
homestead. It was a long hard
10c can lye.........................
The boy’s basket ball team
soon be joined by his family.
2 cans extra sweet peas___ .25
that went to Harrisburg was de
W. C. Fisk is the first man to ' feated by a score of 32 to 37. they arrived upon the scene the
Gold Dust, pkg____ _________ .20
make the run from Eugene to |
entire upper story of the resi
Cottage Grove and return this
dence was in flames and the
season on a motor cycle, the new 12, about four minutes before
Harley-Davidson Twin, for which the time was up the score stood building was a complete loss.
he is agent. I I 3 says about the ! 23 to 33 in favor of Harrisburg.
5 lb pail pure lard . . . ....... .75
only bad road ncountered was a! The boys succeeded in running it were removed from the first
1 0 ....................... ............... 1.50
short strip south of Goshen and
floor. The fire originated evi
bitween Sag n aw and Cottage | up to 32 to 37. The hall was dently from a defective flue, and
5 “ “ Lard Compound
Grove. Gee j Brumfield is Mr. very small with a low ceiling and
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one of the fast team players the loss is only partially covered
Fisk’s local agent.
The men’s mass meetings! could not accompany the team.
20 lb poultry shells ............. .25
which have been held in the Ar-j Different circumstances might HIGH SCHOOL DEFEATS SOLDIERS.
cade theater the last two Sunday j have caused a different score.
Brown beans, lb................... .06
afternoons have been very well
The Cottage Grove High School
The Military club and High
Fancy head rice, lb _____
attended and a splendid interest
Team met and defeated the Mili
manifested. Last Sunday Rev. t school are playing a series of
B rok en __________
H. S. Wilkinson D. D., of Eu basket ball games including tary Club Team in the Armory
Star tobacco l b ___________ .45
gene was the speaker and gave a Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday last night by a score of 40 to 35.
cans Standard tomatoes
very helpful address. A similar evenings.
It was one o f the fastest and
You will 3 one lb cans Salmon _____ .25
meeting is arranged for next i The Juniors are waging a po most exciting games ever played forget your troubles.
Sunday at the same plaee and
in this city. Tonight these two « T * . «
. m° ment ° f tth,s
These are just a few of the
hour, 3:30 p. m. The speaker litical war among themselves.
teams will meet in the second «Plend.d high class enterta.n-
will be Prof. E. C. Wigmore of
bargains you will find at our
game and the third game of the r ent- P . " * * °°d.. m0t,°An1 P!C'
Eugene and his subject is “ Man, est next week.
Mr. Wheeler gave a forty min series will be played Friday night ture rep in«* " " * < * '< > 0 Adm.s-
and boys over fourteen a»e cor ute talk on the construction of with a preliminary by the girls s,on only 25> 1° anf*
D ESLARZES BROS
the Panama canal Tuesday.
iSeats on sale at the Bon Ton.
W e also Carry a Full Lin
of STAPLE AND FAN CY
G R O C E R I E S
and Pure Lard
Everything in the Music Line
MILLS & ROACH