The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003, November 11, 1921, Page 3, Image 3

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    Death of Col. R. H. Rosa
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tfc tt. Kosa, for many yean
This »v ViiKi« 8“*"r
I Band on’g most prominent citizen, died
owns ¿ i ti rt WT n t 0 " ' yoneW ,,o #t 9 o’clock Monday night and the
less oi wh^th m th008 ^ “ty re*rard' iur* al services were conducted there
quantity
P.r°duce' <*** * yesterday by Pacific Commandery No.
LTus
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A iten.W c -n ,
AND MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13 and 1
Henry B. Walthall in
"THE BOOMERANG”
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From the Novel by-William Hamilton Osborne
A Colossal Production of Love—S tartling Climaxes r
tiful Women 'Émotion Wall Street-M illionaires
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and water bird' ♦ *. provlded to f*®djwaa for several years pastor oi the!
Mash ,? L b
“t least tw,ce
Presbyterian .church at
Bandon.
vid .’ !™ktch Rnd
Wl11 be pro- I preached the funeral sermon,
furnish* 1 k *r
feeds must **
Co1- Ros* was one of the pioneers of
c a ^ rn u s t,
**tion and a civil war veteran.
BinL «.in ? ' en by exhibitor.. . though his m ilitary title was bestow-
drv m m r t 1 b* , '* reful,y penned in Jed upon him when he commanded the
vX d S r V ™ fr0m dr*ftS *nd Pr<v ] -Second Regiment of the Oregon Na-
vided with clean steaw litter.
tional GtArd. He was born m C.yu-
Earh
sba>) constnube a pen. ga county .New-York, March 27, 1848,
_ exhibitor will bfe limited to three and passed his 73rd birthdsv last
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8 p~H*is
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Just A rrived
Consisting of
Walnuts, Brazil nuts, Almonds, Raisins, Currants,
Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel, Dried Peaches,
Apricots, Prunes, Figs, Dates, Mince Meat in
bulk, home-made Kraut in bulk, Fiffiit Cake in
pound and two pound cakes, plenty of Cranber­
ries, Celery and all kinds of fresh Fruit and Veg­
etables constantly on hand.*
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And
“LEAVE IT TO ME”
A Majesty Comedy
ESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER
“The Stealers”
illiam Christy Cabanne’s ]
ful human document
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17
“DEACON DUBÀS”
A Rollicking Comedy
The Cast
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¡aeon Dubbs, from Sorgum Center, W. Va. - Josh Leach
ifipina Popover, the Old Maid
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Hetty Leslie
-uteronomy Jones, the Rub Kid
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Slim Frank Leslie
®nie Yensen, the Swede Girl Mrs. Cream O’Coos Johnson
ijor Moses McNutt, Auctioneer - Cash & Carry Nosier
iwden Crawley, The Villain
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Trombone Leach
ribbon.
For following classes:
Hens, (female birds over 1 year
old.)
Pullets, (female birds under 1
year old)
Cock, (male birds over 1 year old)
Cockerel, (male birds unde* 1 year
duties.
In April, 1877, he was married to
I Viola Lowe, & daughter of Y. M.
I Lowe, who a t the age of about 96
years still resides in Bandon.
Beside»' the wife surviving are the
I children, who are Florence A., the
I wife of A. G. Thrift, a grocer of Ban-
Idon; Lloyd L. and Archie H. Rosa,
of Bandon, and Miss L, Kate Rosa,
I who is a teacher in Bandon. A broth­
er resides in Los Angeles.
The following lines of appreciation
are furnished by a Bandon citizen:
Personally, Col. Rosa waa a moat
delightful personage to know. Stal­
wart, frank and unfearmg, he was
yet kindly and generous and was a
¡most lovable person.
Those who
knew Col. Rosa best and who asso­
ciated with him not only respected
him highly but for him held a warm
admiration such pis is seldom accord-
Our prices are Qgured down-to the lowest living
notch. Remember we do not put out special
prices marked down td, or below, cost and then
make it up on other items, which you know no­
thing about but which has to be done by follow­
ing such a method. We prefer to give you 100
per cent on every purchase, then you know just
what you are buying and just what you are pay­
ing for.
L^t us convince you that our pricaa are at rock
bottom all the time.
CASH STORE
SAVE MONEY BY PAYING CASH
ful business man, a person of ex­
cellent judgment and a clever poli­
tician. Without ostentation and with
[the most kindly feeling for his
Amos Coleman, the Deacon’s Nephew ‘ Quick Service Jeub
friends, he for years maintained a
Dixie Coleman, the Harum Scarum Girl - Ula Leach
dominant and powerful position to
foee Rawley, the Little Schoolmam
old).
.hie community.
Until his recent
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Mrs. Coos & Curry McCartney
Base date for calculation of age breakdown in health years • did not
WANTED—Freeh cow, young, gentle
shall be November 1st.-.
lessen his enthusiasm or energetic
Admission 25c and 50c including War Tax
and good milker. Phone 1221-L—
These prizes will be given in each activities.
S You Want to Laugh Be There
Curtain at 8 P. M,
J. E. Fitzgerald, Marshfield, Ore. 43tf
of the following breed classes: Leg­
horns, Rocks & Wyandottcs, Reds,
FOR RENT—Two furnSshed sleeping
other breeds.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18
rooms for mein, at Mr*. M. M.
Classification shall be left entirely
¡Theatre will be used for the entertainment of the visi-
Lane’s, acmes street from M. E.
within the judgment of the judge.
i attending the Corn Show.
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Church
South. Phone 147R. 4313
Judging will be done by comparison
IE DIAMOND QUEEN SERIAL” will be run Saturday
if the class contains more than two
FÖR SALE—8 aeree close in; your
lit instead of Friday,
entries. First and Second birds will
own terms In reason. B. Folsom.
be furnished an official score card.
„ 48t2.
Birds must have been in ownership
GOOD MODERN HOME, «keep, close
IÄTURDAY, NOVEMBER 19—THE DAY OF LAUGHS
of the exhibitor fpr at least 30 day*
in. Terms. B. Fdtaotn.
49t2
previous to November 16th.
|
Id ACRES, 1 mile from town, $8600,
Charles Chaplin in
Judging Contest
i
Terms. A Folsom.
49tS
“A DOG’S LIFE”
Open to men, women or children
DAIRY RANCH FOR LEASE—W1U
under the supervision of the Poultry
Comedy of Comedies.
A Picture with the Limit of
run about 26 or 60 oorns. Stock
Judge, each person will be required to
lughs. Come and Laugh the Limit. Stay the Limit,
and crops for sale. Inquire 6087
. place six trap nested birds in the or­
hen You are Limp—Leave.
Coquille.
43tf
der of their conformation for laying
capacity and estimate the number of
WANTED—To Isaac, a dairy ranch,
Vanity. Fair Girls in
eggs they laid last year. The one who
16 to 20 cows preferable. W. A.
placee the birds nearest correctly ac­
“BURGLARS BOLD”
Sloan, Bandon.
42t2
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W|
s u n s wuaa
M v u u tw *
w w
cording to trap nest records and es­
'Lewis Williams, son of Mrs. Sarah
A Rolin Comedy
timates those records most accurate­
Williams, of Norway, have all been WE srs ready to do all kinds of
ly will win $6.00. Judging contest
And
dressmaking. One bjjock west from
Very ill with fevers. There have been
will
take
place
at
1
P.
M.
Thursday,
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the north end of the Henry St.
several cithers so afflicted whose
PATHE NEWS » .
Nov. 17th.
might change his mind if he were liv- names were not learned. This part
bridge. Sackett A Staninger.
And at Night Only
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ing in Ooqulle now. Today is Armta-
of the country, until quite recently,
Farmers’ Weds Program
tice day and a legal holiday by procla- has been quite exempt from fevers. WANTED—Beef hides, green and
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Eileen Sedgwick in
salted. Geo. T. Moulton, Coquille.
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, a Tv.«». r*.w
motion oi Gov. Olcrftt; next week Frt- The question arises, could the CoquOle
Wednesday, Nov. 16—Dairy Day L y ^
Satur<Jay *ft*moon., Corn
“THE DIAMOND QUEEN”
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Dr. B. T. Simms, -Disease«
L how diyb, wi« > legal half holidays, river be respondibWT
LOTS FOR SALE at a sacrifice-«
Episode No. 11. The serial of Sky—Sea and Land.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stevena and fam­
Coquille lota near the old Acade­
Dairy Cattle.”
h y proclamation of Mayor Hamilton;
ily, of Coquille, were week end guests
Sam Says:— “The Best is Yet to Come- Don’t Miss
my which are choice residence lots
C. L. Hawley, State Dairy and cnd Thursday of the week following,
at Mr. and Maa. Georgs Ctinken-
ie Com Show, Nov. 18 and 19, for there will be a “HOT
for only $600, being $160 less vhan
Food Commissioner, "The Dairy Out- Thanksgiving day, will be a legal
beard’s.
ME IN THE OLD TOWN.”
we have ever offered them before
look.”
holday by proclamation of both Presi-
The Farm Bureau Loving Cup was
just to make quick sale. Inquire of
N. C. Jamison, “Cost of Milk Pro- dent Harding and Governor Olcott. presented by the Coos and Curry
Mary Pendleton, next door to Chris­
duction.” “Breeding for Milk Produc- when they get to coming at the rate County Fair association to the Arago
tian church.
tion."
of one a-week, that ought to be suf- community booth hurt week. It is on
exhibition at Mrs. C. E. Schroeder’s.
M. E. Ladies Elect Officers
It is very pretty and we are vary
Church of God
proud of f t
The ladiae and friends of the Meth­
There were twenty-one who attend­ odist Episcopal church met with Mrs.
We wish to advise the public that
we have moved our place of worship ed the nursing lessons and First Aid Jas Richmond Thursday afternoon
from the M. E. church to the Butter work at Mrs. C. E. Schroeder’s last for the purpose of re-organising the
week and part of thle week before. Aid. There was a large attendane#.
building. Services as follows:
Friday, Nov. 18—Crops Day
Instructions wore given by Miss Tur­ , and a very pleasant afternoon was
Preaching,
Sunday
ait
11:00
a.
m.
H. A. Schoth, 'Green Feed Rota
ney,
of the Red Cross, and were high­ spent together. After the election of
and 7:80 p. m.
tiona.”
officers a dainty lunch was served by
Prayer meeting Thursday a t 7:80 ly appreciated by all.
Prof. McKay,
The weather has been like spring. Mrs. Richmond, assisted by Meedemes
Home Makers’ Week P rogram --------
Cleaners, Pressers, Repairers and Dyeing
Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. Su­ The first crops planted this fall axe Jayne, Brown, Dunn and J. T. Nostar.
Wednesday, Nov. 1A—Nutrition ami
covering the ground with their luxuri­
The officers elected for the year
perintendent, Mm. Ball.
Clothing Day
ant growth and farmers are rushing are:
Mr». Jayes, President; Mrs.
Meet
with
ua,
we
will
do
you
good,
Miss Margery Smith, “Feeding the
AU are welcome. Pastors in charge, *i get their winter crops to whil< E. M. Dunn, first Vice President;
Eight-Y ear- oid."
they can.
Mrs. J. T. Nosier, second Vice Presi­
Mr. and Mm. H. B. Wilson.
- Miss Esther B. Cooley, “Healthful
dent; Mr». Vera Peters«», secretary:
Clothe« for Children.”
Methodist Church South
Mrs. Jas. Richmond, treasurer; Mrs.
Jk Phon« 103L
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e g u a le —
Seventh Day Adventist
Thursday, Nov. 17—Poultry Day
H. L. Johnson, Corresponding Secre­
“The
Power
of
a
Good
Life,”
ta
the
Friday, Nov. 18—Home Improvement
Services a t Seventh Day Adventist
tary.
subject
selected
for
discussion
at
11
Day
Church:
a. m. The evening topic will be an­ There was good interest shown by
Mbs A. Grace Johnson, 'Efficient
Saturday, Nov. 12, a t 11 a. m.
■11 for the work planned for the year.
nounced
Mter.
»«1 and the Oregon Farm-
Missionary George Harlow, from
Kitchen*.”
Next
-Thursday a t 2:80 p. m. the AM
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Ep-
Miss Helen McFaul, “Interior Dec­ China, wiH speak on China's Great
bo obtained for $3.16 for
worth League devotional service at will meet with Mrs. J. T. Nostar and
Need. There will also be services in 6:80 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wednes­ ■U interested are cordially invited to
oration.”
Tea Hour, 3:30 to 6:00 P. M. a t the the afternoon a t 2:00 o’clock and at
day evening a t 7:80 p. p>.
7:80 in the evening. Missionary G. A.
Set a Spell.
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Hamilton, from Burma, will have
Msthodist Episcopal Church
New Bridge over HalTs Creek charge of the* evening service. Ev­
Sunday School at 10 a. ntr
At the sesekm of the county court eryone is cordially invited to attend
Preaching a t 11 a. m.
Tuesday, Roadmaster McCulloch was
Evening Services at 7:30 p. m.
instructed to confer with Engineer
Tbs new pastor, Bev. J. Scott, has
W. E. Chandler on the location of
arrived and will preach morning sad
the Hall’s creek bridge on the Myr-
evening.
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I» .S,* E ? *a d subscribed In
*•>*• *th d a r e t December.
tl ePoint-Fishtrap markH road, which
A. W . OLEABON,
....
N otary P ublie,
is worn out and must be rebuilt. Af­
gwrh Medicine is taken to-
ter the location is agreed upon with
, «*53* through th e Olood ea
the state, the roadmaster will pre­
r* im,of “ • **•*•“ - ■w*-
me welding, blazinig am pare plans and specifications and ad-
* CO.. Toledo, a
vetrise for bids for fU waatVMtfcp.
werk at Grata»*» Oaragm
'ree .Cleaning Service
t our Booth in the Com Show Ex
rit Building.
Several Prizes Given
City Cleaners & Tailors
m n»
E llL S “
“Se ^ fW I* 10 member.
Kni*hU T Rev.
en,Pla W.
r- of S. wh
ich *
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Smith, who
Seasonable Goods