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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1939)
THE COQUILLE VALLEE SENTINEL, COQUILLE, OREGON. THURSDAY,
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“Back to School” SALE
Miss Alice Jordan, of the South
western Motors office force, and Mias
Esther Fortune, of Slater’s Variety
Store, left Sunday on a vacation trip,
expecting to visit Salem, Portland,
Mrs. Riohard Jewel and son, Carl, Mt. Hood and possibly north as far as
accompanied by Mrs. Henry Ellis and Seattle.
Eva Alexander, went to Canyonville
Saturday where Eva and Ray entered
Those desiring to apply for Oregon
Canyonville Bible Academy high driver»’ licenses may see Ward Mc
school for the coming year. Carl will Reynolds at the Coquille city hall
be instructor of the band and or-1 next Tuesday, Sept. 19, between 10
CASCADE MECHANICAL PENCIL
DICTIONARY, A Bargain
PENCIL SHARPENER ...
POCKET SIZE DICTIONARY...........
Haskell’s Milk of Magnesia,Full Pint.
DELUXE COMPANION , Box
BELMONT SCHOOL CRAYONS
MEDFORD PEN AND PENCIL, Combination
CALOREX LUNCH KIT
PEN AND PENCIL SET
Furious action! Hilarious
comedy! Gay, tuneful music
OF A MILLION HEARTS!
ABRID DEODORANT ..........
There’s more sox appeal in his "Glub-Glub“
than in a million
MEN! SHAVING SPECIAL
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MEDICINE CHEST SPECIAL
Fuhrman's Pharmacy, Inc.
Elephant Seldom Licked
in Battle With Animals
The story of the elephant is a
story in superlatives. Not only is
he the largest land animal, but care
ful checking of facts points to the
elephant as the probable real king
of beasts, according to Guy Mur-
chie, Jr., in the Chicago Tribune.
There are few reports of his having
been defeated in mortal combat by
other creatures. He is almost invul
nerable to attack and clever in his
Among his peculiar attributes are
his trunk, which serves both as arm.
and nose; his great tusks, which
have been known to attain a length
of im feet and to weigh 293 pounds;
his pillarlike legs, which appear
Jointless as he stands erect; his
thick hide, which gives him the
name pachyderm, and his head, in
which his smallish brain is protect
ed by so many surrounding bony
cavities that only a very carefully
aimed bullet can reach it.
LITTLE TOUGH GUYS
THE BEST HEART
Daniel Boone Born on Farm
suit. See Norton’s in
Montgomery's "History of Berks
County in Pennsylvania” says:
“Daniel Boone, the famous Ken
tucky pioneer, w?s born in Exeter
township, Berks county, on October
22, 1733, on a farm which is about
one mile north of Baumstown. His
father, Squire Boone, then owned
and occupied the farm, having
bought it in November, 1730. He
and his father and family left the
township in 1730 and migrated to
North Carolina; and thence, some
years afterward (1709). he led a
party into the unknown regions of
western Virginia, ‘beyond the moun
tains,’ where he distinguished him
self by his boldness, his experiences
with the Indians, his narrow escapes
and his successful career a» a pi
oneer. He died at Charette Village
in Missouri, on September 26, 1820,
aged eighty - six years, eleven
months, four days."
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The Italian Language
The Italian language is a develop
ment of the Latin which was spoken
during the days of the Roman em
pire. As spoken by educated people
it is derived from the Florentine
dialect which was the language of
Dante. Thia was the form taught
in the schools and used in all Italian
dictionaries. But the common peo
ple do use dialect forms which vary
slightly in the north and south of the