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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1921)
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f Jo«Tre te r H ia B rillian t
t est ara Hera.
Dencey. tha brilliant
distal/ following tho analstlee be
gained almost International fame aa
• spaaker. winning praise from high
I cold this week, allied aCcers and also personal com
i this after- mendation from mold Marshal Joffta,
i .the train to- Tho Now York Sun said of him: “Ho
te send any money te that firm.
City Cleaners and Tailors am now
opes of ten far huahime tn the Storse
trip Bldg., Front St., Firot class elean-
lag, pressing and repairing.
Suite made to
a. gee OUT lfte W fine sani
;>les. 1none iosa.
About thirty Elk* from Coquilie,
Myrtie Point and U » territory be-
Wednesday to attend the
si B. P .0. E. roll call that tar
ing. Tha next big Elks’ affair is to
>e bald in CoquOlo soma time next
non th. 1
Bav. F. G, -leonine's, meter of the
> are sxpect- Ingene Bptaropal church and form
> an the
ly stationed hare, was honored by elec-
tiea as dean of the Central Convoca
tion of the. Oregon Episcopal diae
Money to Lean <m City
Wittnm Loan and Building Co. Boa" At the convention In Portland last
Be was also chosen one of the
W. G. W right
lei agates to tha .synod meeting In
Mrs. Fred Mtnerd returned
Salt Lain City.
dap to her home at Tenmile,
W. H. Voss, M. D., specialising
few days' visit with relatives
rye, ear, b o m and throat and flttiag
W. J. Massey, of Broadbent, was
>f glasses, announces that he WiB be
doing business here Wednesday and
in Baadwi every Monday; Marshfield
added his name to the Sentinel lint
naaday, Lockhart building;
was James W. Watt instead ot tad Myrtle Point every Friday. Home
B. Ward, whs owns that
goat of which we apoki
E. R. Bryant, apodal deputy sher
iff, who has bean aafltating Constable
Goodman in the moonshine raids re
cently la defendant in a divorce suit
died by Mo wtfa at Coqulle.
tar, who- tatari out to
Inattaask, is now visiting at time and it is understood that M r.
land la Bat expected home far Bryant will not contest i t Their home
’a at North Band.—Times.
of tassit a f * .
see erab," said tha «an
oca use I’ ve anything to
be sad' about, but just been out rm
fJ F if
" If you asked me what K meant la
be end. I wouldn’t know, tor I don’t
know the difference between being and
and being glad.
“I «loot know «Bat words mean,
and I don’t cam. Bo I .aappoee I
would ho speaking the truth jnet as
mfieb If I mid I was glad.
“But It would sound vary confusing
if I Mid one moment that I waa and
and tha next that I was glad. It la
better for me to M y | am sad. and be
done wttb.lt - And besides 1 lack sad.
I ham a. vary mournful taco—a tarn
that looks so nrorafnl that It almoat
mekM yoa laugh.
"Usually no one laughs when a
mournful face Is seen, hat there Is
something rather ridiculous about mg
T m a aa<
crab. “ N ot
• wonderful fluency of language.”
Mr. Dencey enjoyed a wide experi-
«M e 1« travel. Ho hu visited moot
of thn South Araarlcon cotintrleo u
wed •• practically all of the European
governments. . Prior to tbo war ho
waa a well-known joumallet In west
ern Canada. Oancay’a lecture la a
treat He haa boon a veritable eeoea
Ho« M u the peat aummer on a lane
eaatertJ Chautauqua circuit He «111
apeak on “The Invisible frontier.*
*Ta tho Amt place I have a targe
«hell covering,- and tartda, or rethor.
If you should turn mo upside down,
which I don’t mm particularly about,
however, you wilt flud that I am fun
bf legs and daws and all aorta of
things which amka mo go and stay,
and In fact which arnke am live.
"You sea. I’ve never been to school,
do 1 am not vary good about tailing
you of myself.
“1 would ha better If ealy I had
gone to school, hat they have aa school
for crabs—oooe that I have ever
heerd of, el any rate; and If I should
go I would doubttaM make Che whale
echool weep, looking at my sad face.
“And If they' all wept they weald
oH begin to wade la team sad then
swim in team a£d than dim la team,
and then be drowned bp team
“That’s a and thought of mins, taut
Is yours in
We are showing a full
of fresh stock-fully
'f-Wi * guaranteed and at these
Fountain Syringe $1.75 up
Combination Bottle $2.75 up
Now C m m fat Circait Court
Jan. 28— R. H. Coshun vs. G. K.
Wentworth, George Finley and W. H.
Bradford. Application for judgment
foreclosing tax Kens.
Jan. 28—R. H. Coehun vs. T. A.
Jan. 29—J. D. Graham A Sons vs.
E. L. Primm, G. B. Lancaster, part
ners, and L. H. Pearce.
' Jan 31—Coos county vs. David Boh-,
arts et aL Foreclosure of Tax Lien.
Jan. 28—Gus Schroeder and lira.
Ante Da bong, both oi Are go.
Jan. 29—Oliver Freeman Page and
Deads Harrison, both of North Bend.
They were married here the earns day
hy Justice Stanley at hia office.
True Business Precepts.
T o rise In the world you mast keep
on doing. See that you have enouch
Irons In the Are ft> k eep you busy.
Add a new one as you become skilled
to do faster and b etter work. K eep
them a ll hot and use the hammer with
trained eye add hand.
Kaep at I t
L e t others tire I f they m ust There
w ill alw ays be enough work to keep
you busy and the buster you are the
more you w ill learn to accomplish.
Don’t be afraid o f new things. Every
one who attem pts to rise has them.
T h e w ay you attack them w ill reveal
W. P. Whittington waa on Tuesday
appointed administrator, of tha estati
of J. C. Whittington, o f thè Myrtle
Point section. He leaves $1,000 in
preperty and the appraisers appoint you succeed Interested watchers of
ed ware Wm. Warner, Wm. McNair, your efforts w ill' pass on the story o f
ind A. B. Hermann. Tha heirs art your a c tivity thereby advertising yeur
W. P. Whittington, o f Coquile, a worth and helping you rise to yonr
rightful place In the world.
brother, Jane Crutchfield, o f Bandon, whatever yon do use the right means
a sister, and two sisters living in Cal- and keep your Iron* list.— G r it ,
"Instinct" and "Reason*
undersigned has purchased o f
M rrison the former W ood ru ff
barber shop on Front street, next
door to the m eat m arket, and solicits
a continuance o f the patron a ge it has
enjoyed, aa w e ll as a ren ew al o f the
acquaintance o f his old frien ds, who
rem em ber him as h a vin g been in the
Those who talk o f “ Instinct" as
talcing the place o f reason In the lowet
animals have atterly fa iled to exptala
this flock, or unit, “ Instinct" which
governs the actions o f many different
kinds o f birds. It Is hard to hellers
that the name "Instinct” operates on
each Individual In such a w ay as to
produce the same reaction on* every
O llier naturalists, per
haps more fanciful, b elieve that the
anhnals have some subtle means of
communication, perhapa through the
operation o f a sixth sense, and that
the flock Impulse la derived from a
kind o f reasoning Instead o f from
that Indefinable something which hat
been called “ Instinct.”
I t . Is a esfe
guess that anyone who watches the
autumn maneuvers o f a flock’ o f black
birds w ill And his b e lief In tho “ In
stinct" theory te p id ly weakening.
" 1 ham lots o f la
1 suppose. O f course
want lots o f lags and
be u lcel
•T h em always seams te be tw o ways
o f looking at a question. I ’v e hem
ap oa the beach, sad people ham
looked at me and than .I was put back
In the water.
1 w m dropped over
from a b o a t
"T h a t w m all r ig h t
dropped Into the water. And
the water, as you can-Imagine. A sea
crab would be apt to like the water.
T h e r a Is the soft-«helled crab. Ha
has a little shell sod little legs, and
them am many fu aay parts to him
under his shell.
"H e waa found m the b m «B eao
day. and than a kind pe rson put him
hark In the water.
"H e «Sight have been eaten, but he
w am ’t W ell, be looked very graceful
In the «rater. Ah, no. them I g o and
make another mistake.
“ I meant to any that he looked
Yes, ho w m grateful, cad
he «warn off w ith a gratefu l expres
sion on Ms face.
“ H ow absurdly I talk.
I balk a t
im m isi
V. R. WILSON
Watchmaker and Optician