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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 19??-1917 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1917)
Am ong U m changes made in U m
mothers’ pensiona ware U m follow
in g: M rs. A lios J. King, o f North
Band, who receives 125 par month
to be investigated, charges being
made that older members o f fam ily
live o ff money alloted la younger
Mrs. K ate Freelund, o f North Bend,
| reduce# from $17.50 to $10 per month.
[M rs. N ellie Aasen, o f North Bend,
increased from »17.60 to $26 per
month. M is. M argaret Bennett, o f
Marshfield, allowed increase from '
»17.60 to |25. M rs. Lacy E. Bither,
o f CoqaUle, who receives »17.60 has
left county end w ill be taken off the
M rs. Eva Anderson, a t Marshfleld,
who received »16 per month, wrote
letter asking to bo taken off indi
gent list and thanking Judge Hall and
Allow ance o f »10 per month to
L anr S. Henderson, o f North Bend,
was discontinued, she having returned
Misses Clare Sher-
ulvihfll, Allia Pbil-
AB Ute boys eajoyed th em selv « and
none o f tham m ors than A llee.
The Invitod gueats were Layton
Noaler, Teddy Beekett, Harold Gould,
G eorgs McCtoUan, Clarence Barten,
M arie Landreth, Greer Springer, W al
ter Paulson, W alter and Nembhard
Culin, L yle Beyers, Kess K istner, Irr-
Sunday School at 10 a. m. Mrs.
[Of!, Richmond, Superintendent. M r. A
0 . Anderson, Musical Directo».
The preaching serrice at 11 a. m.
[The theme o f the sermon w ill be
"C hrist K nocking at the D oor o f the
I Heart.” '
The Epworth League Service at
0:80 p. m. The topic is "S ta r Christ•
ery Both Ways
This offer is good
for One Week, ex
piring on Saturday
St. James Episcopal Church
The Third Sunday after Epiphany,
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Holy Communion and sermon at 11
PHONE 496 or give
Teaching service from 1 » to 11 a.
Preaching service at 11 a.
W e extend a hearty welcome.
P . & Shim tan, Pasto»
your order to our solicitor.
know what canid bo dona to im prove
the eren oee o f approach to Coquille,
some o f which, lik e the read from
F airriew , are in a frigh tfu l condition.
A s this is a county road. M ayor John
son and Ute Street com m ittee w ill
w ait upon the Ceum y court to soe
w hat‘can be dona by that body.
W ant N o Special Privileges.
Tha follow in g latter was sew» to
Hon. A . B . Pock and Hon. P . B . Tich-
enor, o f the House o f RepreeenU tivee
at Salem b y the pastors o f C oquille:
W hile at Coquille, Oregon, attend
ing a Sunday school convention, I
. M rs. Hannah Starr, Cequille, re
ceives »10 par month, son who was
only support enlisted in the arm y and
is new in M exico, approved.
that Mrs. A gnes Johnson, mother o f
« children, a half-broad Woman o f
Christian Science Society.
North Bond, bo given an allowance e f
»10 per month to assist in her support
Services next Sunday at 11:00 a. i
and that the warrant be made pay»
W ednesday evening ten tin g at
able to C. M. Byler.
Frank Councilman and fam ily wore
Sunday school a t 9 J 0 a. m.
»Bowed »20.00 to bo drawn in the
Corner Third and Hall streute. *
name o f Doroey K reitzer to bo ex
pended fo r ouch fam ily.
I New Books at the Library. | cial ChA. Free at the Sentinel OI
Mrs. Eva W allin, o f Bandon, al
The follow in g now books have been I
lowed »10.00 par month fo r support o f
purchased and a d M to the O lt, L i- NOTICE 0 F FIN A L A CC 0U I
horself and fam ily.
brary here during the oust tw o
N otice is hereby given that the
County Surveyor McCulloek w as er
designed did on the 19th day o f •
d en d by tha County court to survey
The G lory o f the Conquered, L as-1 U*ry, 1917, file in U m office o f
the Tea Mila road to ite consertisi»
pell; Tarson o f the Apse, Burroughs: cotonty clerk o f Coos county, Ore
with Haynes Slough road, to com
Red Pepper Burns, Richmond; A O r- I his ftn»* »«count In the m atter o f
piate U m survey on the road now un-
cult R ider's W idow, H arris; Boiihie I Adm inistration o f the Estate o f J
dor construction by U m d tisen s o f
May, D odge; B illy Topsail, Duncan. l Ki® «. decaased, and the county c.
that com m unity, and also to estab
Mary G usts, Lincoln; Tha Friendly M“ « flxed
“ U» «*»7 ot Febru
lish the righ t-of-w ay at the proposed
10 o ’clock A . M.
M yrtle Point Bridge on U m opposite Road, G rayson; Mary Rose o f M iflto, A - D- 1M7»
Beginning with U m second sen
Coquille W ins at Bandon.
The idea in mind in planning such
a coursa fo r those desiring to take it
is d ea rly set forth in the follow ng
extract from the introduction to the
■tate outline: ‘A knowledge o f the
Bible is an essential elem ent in a good
education, and though one m ay no«
be interested in it as a nmnual o f de-
The basket ball gam e at Bandon last
Friday evening between U m Coquille
and Bandon high schools was a hotly
contested gam e with the Coquille
team em erging victorious 21 to 20.
It was only in the last tw o or three
minutes o f play that they made the
two points which pat them in the lead.
Bandon is always a hard team to do-
feat on her own floor and this
cal five will make it interesting for
every team in the conference.
Marshfield, the winner o f last
year's Coos county championship, and
which has 'already won tw o games
this winter, w ill m eet the local team
on the Masonic floor hall here this ev
ening. Everyone is pulling fo r a vic
tory over this m ost form idabk—rival
tonight, and a victory w ill p ot Co
quille a t the head o f the Hat, besides
giving them greater confidence in
Wa do not want d a ss legislation,
and we as clergym en do not want our
prof ession favored ! t ) as tha papero
o f County Superiatoc
L. W . Turnbull, o f 1
Hermann, o f M yrtle
P etition filed to the estate s f John
L. W agner, o f M yrtle P oin t E lte ls
consists o f »2,000 reel property and
$ 11,000 personal.
Tw o corps o f governm ent engineers
have already decided that P ort O r-
ford is the most suitable port fo r hun
dreds o f miles along the Pacific coast
for building a harbor o f refu ge.—
P ort O rford Tribune.
side o f the rivere from M yrtle Point,
■uppoeed to bo owned by the County.
Credits for Bible Study.
Probate Court Note*»
Bunch o f V a rp ig ts.
W . A . Johnson, o f Gflda, was in U m
city Thursday afternoon. Bays the
Roseburg News, with the hides o f a
w olf, eoyette, fou r link cats and a
ring-tail cert. The ring-tail eat Is o f
a rare species and vary few o f them
are found in th^ Cascades. Tha boun
ties on these animals aasounta to a
neat sum and Mr. Johnson feels him
self w ell repaid fo r Ms work. The
hides at the animals were in fine cou-
A bstracts ssam iim d. C orporation Law.
Caught Coming or Going.
N ot long ago F . C. Hawkins, o f
Curry county, was sent to ja il fo r S
months and also fined »260 he would
have to board out fo r a misdemeanor
very prevalent in Oregon lately. Ba-
ing without means bis w ife asked the
county court to give her an allowance
o f a dollar a day. A s U m court was
already paying »20 a month fo r Haw
kins' board at the ja il, it looked as
If the taxpayers ware likely to bo
whipeawed and compelled to pay »60
a month fo r the satisfaction o f ksep-
V> OOD FOR SALE, green or dry.
Every housewife should take a look at
the display in our w indow s of
ENAMEL W A R E
“ T h e W ear
T hat Lasts
They are the best for
the money that can