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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 19??-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1917)
have arrived and are ready for
inspection. The stock is large
and well assorted, the coats
are chic and extra good val
ues—the popular Fall styles.
This is the season when we are able'to sup
ply you at reasonable prices with many
be luxuries at other times.
Practically everthing, whether local or Cali
fomia products, now being within reach of
all, there is not anything better at this sea-
to the right way. We are convinced that our cash plan
b RIGHT, u i we want to coavtoce YOU.
Hhipment, or a month’s trial la batter, will prove to you
that our branch—COQUILLE—has, to the abort time
we have beea operating, M m much toward- patting the
DAIRY BUSINESS on the PROPER BASIS.
delay, bat start sending your cream to m PRICE TO
DAY FOR BUTTERFAT delivered CoqniBe.
.48c p er pound
T. S. TOWNSEND CREAMERY CO.
W e Pay Portland Prices
at oar pleat AT COQUILLE. YOU PAY NO EXPRESS
TO PORTLAND ON BUTTERMILK. You «et your
baU em ik back from na free. Do btméacaa with, y oor
SokHera Te Pratoet Foresta.
The flrst 'detachment of U. S. sol-
diera to come to Coos county arrived
ia CoquiUs Monday and wer* taksn
out to thair station on the Middle fork
by Kire Wsrden Crouch In his Buick
Thers wer* Ave men in the
equad and it ia uaderstood that their
orden are to “ shoot to Mil” in case
they diseover any perties setting
tbtt P e u
G n * Fnát
' ' I.
Everything the m arket affords and prices rig h t
Busy Comer Grocery
Front and C Streets
Phones 691 and 641
Mrs. Susanha Hayss attended the last
sad rites ©vsr her body Wednesday.
Bov. Thomas Barklow conducted the
funeral stevlcsa in the Brethren
church in Myrtle Point and set Nor
way where the'casket was placed be
sides that o f hor husband, John Hayes,
who proceeded her in 1906. She was
born in Johnson county, Tennessee in
IMS and was married to John Hayes
in 1164. A t the does of the war they
moved to North Carolina and from
there to Jackson county, Oregon, and
than to their homestead on the South
Fork of tho Coquill« river in Coos
county, which has been their boom
since 1872. Tbs family knows much
about pioneering in Coos county.
There were eeven sons and all am
here and thifty farmers. Their names
are Jim, John, Henry, Mack, Teas,
Jake shd Pete. * There Were sight
daughters, three of whom are living,
Mrs. Calvin Gant, of Myrtle Feint;
Mrs. Ben Gant, of the North Fork;
and Mih. Leonard fiartly, of the South
Mrs. Hayes was “Grandma**
to an neighbors on the river especial
ly in early time» and her passu«
leaver a great vacancy in the thought
Wyoming, but later living near Mc
Kinley, are in this week looking for
a home so their Httle ones may have
advantage of a good school.
Young Mr. Coleman underwent a
minor operation Wednesday at the
Pemberton operating rooma.
Miss Eileen Hughes, u trained
raree from Santa Boss, Calif., was
hors | last week visiting her brother,
George, who is night dark o f the
T. G. Lajrson, o f Camas, was in
Wednesday with a too of wheat—for
A. F. Coleman returns this week to
Glendale, Calif., to tako a second
yews ¿reining as nurse.
A small child who was being held
up tp the fountain at Guorin’s corner
and continued whan pulled away said,
“ Mamma, Pm trying to drink it all.”
Wm. Hartley sr., hash also pur-
chaeed a 'tract of good land in the
Shasta valley— 16 acres.
■rake him e home there end his son,
Lsn, son-in-law, Zack Grant, and
daughter, Mrs.* Alice Morgan, will fol
B- F. Purdeo, of Cottage Grove, is
he*» this week looking over oor best
tenches with thought of buying. He
w « return to come again.
Fred Von Fagert, of Coquille, is as
sisting D. D. Pierce in the building of
the Catching creek shingle mill.
You will please send the Sentinel
to the Postmaster at Broadbent. He
“told me so." Wo rod# up thore and
buck on a loaded truck and made the
round trip in 20 minutes “ going time.”
The teachers of High school for the
•nmiing term ere as follows: John L.
Gary, Olivo A. Koch., Myrtle Tobey,
Victor P. Morris, of Grammar school;
Mra. Daisy B. Short, Mrs. Boll* B.
Whittaker, Mrs. Florence Davidson.
Metta Hansen, Lois Green, Agnes Mc
Cracken, Nellie Barton, Claude Nos
* • * “ 4 C. A. Davidson music teacher
and F. L. Handeraon Janitor.
Lusts? Dement, assistant cashier
in the Flanagan bank, has returned
•fter a two weeks’ vacation and Myn
ho was all the time on his stock ranch
w "J * “ P on D u »«* creek.
a t 0 )4
“t i i r s T L d l i ' 12’ W*dn**<iar’
* * ir
huherteon has bought Ahsrt
* kBaw" •• »he Ryder tract of 200
Jems on South Fort, of Lewis and
tow ng end will put it all in