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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 19??-1917 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1917)
Again we offer you real bargains in foodstuffs.
W e have a shipment o f Flour due today which was purchased
RIGHT and intend to give our trade the benefit. The mill offer
ed us a cash bonus to eancel this order, but W E W ANTED IT
FOR YOU. It com es under guarantee to give satisfaction.
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First National Bank Building
birth o f a^ -pou n d boy in th« horn« at
the North P ork ' m ail carrier, W . J.
Hammond, Banda? m oraine.
Henry Knight cut Ma hand on a
wagon brake and the doctor aewod H
up. He drives fo r the M. P. Trans
\ John Clinton, o f N orway, w ho' has
M en on the “ lift” fo r several months,
canvnow lift him self ai& w a jk without
' To make the price we must have the cash
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded
A HIGH GRADE FLOUR \
W e also offer som e very fine
E. J. Snyder has acquired the six
M rs orchard trash „on the east side o f
Henry Steward, è very desirable prop-
>ns to the Govei
ment W ar Loans
Aa a member o f the H. M. Bylleaby A Coatpaay
orgaafcmUaa, the undenigned will receive and handle
»ubeerlpüona (without charge or profit) in any denom
inations authorised, for the new Government Bonds,
issued to finance the war for Democracy.
Department, normally employed in financing the con
struction requirements o f the utility properties under
The facilities o f the Bond Department have been
placed at the dtspoeal o f the Government and the pub
lic without expense o f any kind ih the nation-wide ef
fort to make the War Loan an immediate success.
It is a patriotic duty for all those who are able to
invest liberally in the new Government Bonds.
OREGON POWER CO
Have your Car giv
en a thorough over
» Our Repair Department la now thorough
ly «quipped to do ftrat class work. We
hate s e co n d the services of
AN EXPERIENCED AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC
which enables us to turn oat first class
work without any d e l a y . *
Gardner & Larsen's
Rev. J. P . Vernon w in lenve ne>t
Monday far Dallas, T exaa^to attend
the General Assem bly o f theNPresby-
'* A brother o f E . R Adam s, o f Cinch
ing erode, arrived here with his wfcrf
last week from Ottuma, Iow a. H e &
a travelling representative o f the Ino.
Doers Co., o f M oline, Ills. They win
remain fo r a few weeks* r ia it Mr.
Adams* daughter arrived home from
Pasadena, Cal., last Thursday.
U m man who takes his annual bath
is n o doubt delighted th at the river
w ill soon be warm enough; any w ay
it w ill bo hotter fo r the ano who sits
beside him in the picture show.
M rs. Ella Drown leaves next week
W ith pQrk at present prices this is a pickup. TRY IT. We rec*
ompiend i t Something good! Just received!
Remember these items are no greater bargains than dozens that
we are offering every day. Visit Our S tore.
A sk the Price.
usy Comer Grocery
Mni. Brown w in« both born and edu
cated hero and leave m any friends and like many others will plant a ll The
I food stuff the grou nd.«rill bear. He
relative« who wish them writ.
Mr*. A . E. W atkins, o f W all* Wal I baa a new Ford and can fly back in a
la, aunt o f Dr. P . G. Bunch, and Miss I few minutes fo r mail and supplies.
Elsie Tillm an, a cousin, arrived here I Several o f our citizens bake the “back :
M onde? and w ill occupy the W ilbur I to the soil” fever.
Baridew house, Mrs. W atkins caring
The M yrtle Point Transportation
fo r the boarders, and M is« Tillman Co., MesSrs. Bryant and Parrish, have ,
her usual vocation— dressm aking.
exchanged their business with Mr. ,
Mr. and M rs. Ed. Britton now occu Lee Ray fo r his ranch one m ile north ,
py the Horn residence, lately acquired I o f town on the Coquille river. Mr.
by E. J. Michaels— the highest pcint [R a y «rill retain one o f the Parrish i
in M yrtle Point.
brothers and Henry Knight as drivers.
Prank Miner, V. 8., now on the big
L. A . Peronne, o f M yrtle Point,
W . T. Dement ranch, is down fo r sup wants the Sentinel fo r the home news.
plies sad says all stock accounted fo r
Mark Hardman, o f the Bridge coun
looks line too many to count The
try, brought his son Lyle in Monday
ground is also to fine condition for
I to be treatdti fo r n very serious acci
dent to his eye. The ball o f his eye
L . A . Peronne, the tie and match-
| «ras cut by a barb on a w ire. D r. 0 .
wood man, is now engaged in getting
I H. Clarke dressed it and the father
out M yrtle blocks fo r the M are Ldand
[and eon are rem aining in town that
navy yard. P. L. Phelan it m a n n
[the doctor m ay give it all the atten-
in g the portable m ill which saw« the
I tion required. The boy it 18 years
eld and is n real soldier in the endur-
| unes o f pain.
Some people like to send the Senti
nel to their friends east so they may
Mrs. Norcroea, daughter o f Mr. and I have the M yrtle Point news. Here
Mrs. W . T. Lehnherr, o f Floras creek, is one, Mrs. L. A . Michaels, Bloom,
is hero fo r a visit. Her husband is the Colorado.
Christian minister in Puyallup, Wash.,
Penny Sturdivant has enlisted and
gone fo r service in the army. *
Jim Brown, our marshal, was ab- I Ben W inquist, a barber o f Pow er»,
sont fo r a few days and another swept | not foolin g «roll, has com e down fo r a
the streets. W e thought be m ight change o f clim ate and mental atm os
phere. He feels much better here is
Dr. Pem berton reports a new baby
on Catching creek. W . W . N orthrop
end «rife are the authors. The hoy
weighed 7 pounds.
Dr. Pemberton also reports that
Max Dement, who had a severe hem
orrhage last «reek, is im proving and
is now able to sit up.
Mrs. E. J. M ichaels underwent an
other surgical operation this «reek.
Mrs. AH hw cam e do«rn from Pervers
to be the n on e.
N. D. P ratt is goin g from here to
Dallas, Texas, as lay delegate to the
General Assem bly o f the Presbyter
Ed Sewell, ch ef o f thé Chop House,
leaves fo r Powers where he «rill work
[harder, ham m ore pay and different
hours. The patrons and P. Peel «rill
miss him fo r he « r u n “ sm fla».".
Noah Bongwtta is shipping another
carload o f ship-knees to North Bend
Phones $81 and 541
“ callin g on the trade.” He bas seen
Henry Perd but is not intim ate «rith
Did They Fly Over Here?
The Sentinel didn’t mention it
heard about airships flying over Cn-
quille tw o or three «reeks ago be
cause people so often suffer from ha-
lucinations at that sort; but the Gold
Beach Reporter gets the story right
down pat a fter thia fashion:
The residents o f Agnes* were awak
ened W ednesday night of last week
by the passage o f a flock of five air
planes over their locality about mid
n ig h t
Mrs. Ellen Fry, who was
awake, «raa attracted by the flashes
o f ligh t and noise f>y them, and aris
ing wstehed them as they passed ov
erhead, goin g northw est over the
Lake o f the W oods and head of Lob
ster creek country. Other residents
o f the locality were a«rakened by the
noise o f the propellers, but did not
g et to see the planes. There were
live lights and the craft were nearly
abreast, at some distance apart. The
cra fts are supposed to have been en
route from aviation headquarters at
San D iego to Puget Sound.
W . A . Jones, o f A lbany, is in oar
valley this week to buy Chittim bark
from which Caseara la extracted.
M iss Ada Pratt, o f the P ratt S is-
te n , le ft fo r their old home in A l-
bony, O regon, Thursday m orning on
the through train.
George E. Tucker, father o f our
photographer, Herman Tucker, pasted
away at 7:80 p. m. W ednesday a fter
a long illne««. Herman had him com e
here from Idaho, hoping that the
change o f clim ate «vould help.
was 59 years e f age and n mem ber o f
the I. 0 . O. F. The body is being
shipped to K ellog, the old home, fo r
He leaves a w ife and one
son. Mr. Tucker «ran born in Ohio.
The w ife, son and his w ife w ill re
turn with the body.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephon W hitney, o f
Eckley, lost their infant child last
week, death resmiting from croup and
He «raa 2 months and 1»
days old and eras named Ernest La
Ora Brumbaugh, a hom esteader
I have recently purchased a com
from that num erously populated vel--
plete line o f house paint at less than
ley o f Floras creek, came down this
wholesale prices which enables me to
wsek after a «sinter in his cabin and
make an astonishing price for house
clearing land. He «rill remain in this
painting and decorating.
valley a while and work fo r w ages.
Harry A. Miller.
Q eorge Mullen says he w ill give
rock fo r gravelling the road to Coop
H ereafter all automobile and repair
é ré bridge from M yrtle Point. The
work m ust he settled for before it
farm ers and M yrtle Point need the
leaves the garage.
A. A. Pauli.
road and about 75 o f them «vent to
Coquille Thursday to âddrees the
O L D V IR G IN IA M IN STRELS
county court in relation to an im médi
„ P L A Y T O C RO W D E D TEN T
ate good road between these pointe.
One o f the members o f. the Com
T he C olored Minstrels gave an
m ercial club o f M yrtle Point had pre- am using production under canvas at
pared an address to be delivered be- the corner o f Third and Jackson
fore the County court in the Good Streets last n igh t The croVd filled
Roads m eeting but could not g o as the tent to its capacity. The acts most
his father, W . C. Fensler, o f the Hub w orthy o f Comment were those of
had to go that day to m arket to buy thé Clark Brothers, who opened the
clothing, leaving C larks to manage perform ance. Edwards was excellent
on the slack wire and proved him .elf
to be an excepticm ally good dancer
A lbert Bright, o f North F ork, the
and com edian. A very unique ci ¡jar
men who can play T antea Doodle on
sm oking act hy W atts, giant and fun
e m yrtle leaf, «n a aleo Interacted and n y fellow was highly commendable
g ot th e n . He says he «m iked np and his im itation o f a trombone was
the hill and cam e flown a foot.
He very clever. The feature of the en
went from here to there but did not tire perform ance was a fire eating
And' contortion act by Hi H ary
H u n t There was a good hand and
orchestra which furnished music for
the songs through the entire s'. >w.
The Old Virginia Minstrels leave this
m orning for Marlin in the r two pri-
vate care which are also worthy of
m ention.— Cheyenne Press, Cheyenne,