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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 19??-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1917)
FRIDAY, AUGUST 81. »17.
C0UNTY COURT INSPECTS
THE N fV TR D AD WORK.
•f A i OH CMtkr.
lay morning at Ms hems
barg, Thomas W. Drang,
dost settlors of tho lower
OBITUARY OF LEADING
MYRTLE POINT CITIZEN.
Pert Orferd Tribune.)
Port Orford Monday and
ti» o lir three year
on their claims.
Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Robbias and
* nans from Gold Beach were Port
Orford viator* the first e f the
Dr. Robbias received Us
It Is not likely, »cording to the
judge, that any o f the project* will
be completed thie eeeaoa with the pee-
aible exception of the Beadon-Oerry
county rand. This, he hopes, will be
completed this see eon. The state of*
Mr. Benoon saying that the work be
ing don* by E. G. Perham in many irf-
■taneea rival lad the beet of that done
on the Columbia Highway whieh is
the finest read west of the Rocky
The county party spent much time
a sen, F. E. Draae, who as writ as his
mother survive the husband and fath
er. He is also survived by on* broth
er, P. E. Draae, of this city, and a
sister living in Oklahoma.
During the dosing year of the Civil
war Mr. Draae served fo r thepe
months as a soldier in the Union
the county, visiting Powers and look
ing carefully into the needs of that
community. Regarding the roads aad
bridges requested there, Judge Wat
W. B. Ayer, Federal Food C
son said that there is one bridge badly
needed but that to gain the necessary stonar for Oregon, le deetoem of #n-
benefit from its construction five listing the berries* ef every OngoR
miles of road must bs put in all win- housewife in the Hoover food 00RNNT
ration plan. With an earn*.t pie*
limited to construct both projects. for its serious conaideraMeu, tu 1 ms
The matter of a choice is now under sent out the following mmaagt i :
consideration. The estimated cost of
the bridge at Powers is $8,000 and
tha judge said that this sum'would
put the five miles of road in fins
shape. Without the road the bridge
will not give the required service
at this time.
Speaking of the trip to California,
Judge Watson said that he felt that it
would bo productive of great results
with regard to the coast military
highway. He says there was a large
delegation at Crsoceat City pulling
tor the Grants Pass road but with the
pressure for the all coast highway
he believed there was little ques
tion as to the on* whieh would receive
any state favors whieh may com* for a
through winter roadway. —
The year of 18*1 able force, smashing and min big eom-
Fegen, ejnee which time pletely thè rediator of thè Ford, and
a resident of Myrtle brealdng one o f thè springs and other*
wise injuring thè RawUns car. .
Tha little gas boat. Santa Clara,
whieh gainod so much notoriety a few
weeks ago by running oa thè beach
about a mile soqth of town with a load
and to this he gave his undividsd'at- of boom, wae launched from thè beach
tention, occupying for that purpose a last Thuraday and ia now moored in
thè bay ready far a now exploit. Her
two story brick building.
January 11, 18W, Mr. Benson was machinery wae taken oot of her on
married at.Vinton, Iowa, to Cam*
Vaughaü, a nativ* of Illinois. They
have only ens child, Mabel Anita, wife
Says H i b Damaged $10,000.
Geo. W. King, o f Marshfield, haa
just brought suit in thè Cirucit court
bere against thè City of Marshfield
for 110,000 damages. In attempting
to anfore* thè prohibition law som*
months ago perhapo “not wisely but
too well,” thè oiBcers over at thè Bay
raided King’s quarters and confiscated
a botti* of port win*. The sum men-
fu ll large, b«4 through
his attorney, B. F. Mulkey, of Port
land, King claims that when he goes
out to buy stock there are always
whisperings now that are to his detri
ment aad that his erstwhile friends of
Last Friday afternoon after tho Sen
the fair sex only greet him with
tinel was mailed Postmaster Leneve
averted glances as they pass by
at the office put the Arago package ia
the sack that went up to Myrtle Point.
Ho did this so that it might bo trans
ferred to the Myrtle and cense down
the river Saturday morning, instead
of getting there that afternoon od ber
trip up the river. By some one's ne-
It works like gas; bums the
poorest grades of oil, gaso
line or distillate, without
odor, waste, trouble or dan
ger. It has no wicks.
is absolutely the only wick
less burner. It makes a gas
containing the. maximum
amount of air and bums
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one-quarter less fuel than
2, 3 and 4 Burners. Guaranteed to give Satisfaction
DfiWfa ii h r t- riniw ci m i ■oatum
H u tito appearaaca ai a Gas Range.
H. 0. ANDERSON
Furniture and Hardware
FOR SALti CHEAP—if taken
once. A modern five room house
and six loto on Seeoad and Myrtls.
Inquire P. O. Box 682 or phone 6M.
Victor P. Morris, minister.
are being printed for
' ChrUtiaa Science Society.
taking turas at the wheel the merry
makers were driven to Marshfield,
around the Seven Devils to Bandon
and returned by Myrtle Point. Be
tween Myrtle Point and Lee fernst
fires were encountered which caused
considerable, delay and the rooster’s
crow was greeting tbs first streak of
dawn when the car pulled up at the
FOR SALE. Bred Duroc Jersey sows.
Farrow in September. Phone 966.
O. L. Smallwood, Coquille.
Services nsxt Sunday at llHM a. m. YOUNG GRADE PERCHERON teams
for sal*. Four miles up the river
Subject, “Christ Jesus."
from Coquill* on west side. An
Wednssday evening meeting at 8
Sunday school at 9 JO «. m.
FOR SALE—Choice residence prop
Free public reading room open ev
erty containing 10 scree three
ery day, except Sundays and holidays,
blocks north and two east ii coart
from 2 to 4 p. m.
, ■*v house. Inquire of Matt Kerrigan
The them* of the sermon will be, “The
Corner Third aad Hall streets.
on tho place for tanas.
Prayer of tho Diseased Soul to the
The Epwerth League at 7 p. m.
Ik e topic is, “ Has Summer Playing
to your Soul." Miss
FURNISHED ROOMS and modern
conveniences. Inquire of Mrs. H. WANTED—Second hand forniture.
Highest prices paid. Coquille F # -
A. Isen««« in the B. Folsom House.
L08T—Phi Delta Thka fraternity
pin—Engraved P. L. H. on inside.
Return to Alexander Lowe. Suit
son’s statement that the Curry coun
ty coast road is chiefly of scenic
value, elsewhere published in this is
sue of the Sentinel, the Port Orferd
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