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About The Coquille Valley sentinel and the Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1917-1921 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1917)
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By the Faculty \ and Students of the
(Man aad M rs. Brows
la Mias Fitagarald’i
.«ho pupils ia the
awhlag Jaek 'o lan tarn s th is
Teddy Beckett is still tending la the
reading credits of th e F ifth grads. He
has 44 credits. A lisa Youag Is
la the reading credits w ith «7
M rs. Johnson aad M rs. Lyons vis
ited Mrs. M alksy's room O ct lfl.
The A close of the F ifth grade hold
the pennant fo r spsUing until Wod-
aad are bow tiad w ith the B
fait la the
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a t the Bib
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Tim • object
lotos to tha
upm sat of ham os society, i
The ideal history would be
a t post human oxpsrisasss whlah old
as la understanding ourselves ai
r - r r r r - ’r r
W hether« it ta the
at E gypt, Grasce, Ressa, F ran
America, each fact m ust bo
w ith w aiters Ufa a r only the few
sao the study a t history.
stauss, tab s the religion e t sa
E gypt, the Greeks skodifled the i
mu. The Romans i
igeo to sops w ith the ago,
a fte r the introduction of
Again, tha g reat re
ferm era, as M artin L ather, John Haas,
John Calvin, John Wesley, etc., intro
duce! usw toaeeptioas ÿ the seul.
Hew different from the religion at
Egypt, yet how oootinooue th e idee
has basal This is history of the past,
showing th a t H closely related to tb s
flow stimm it is not a continual idea,
but sballar. Tbs seda a t laws a t Ham
m urabi, the reform s a t Cteisthsaso la
Grases aad at the Gracchi la Berns,
the platform s of the différant sodai
partios in the rasant Presidentia l cam
paign shew a raoemhlanco; all wars
fa r the w elfare of soctety.
Has it occurred to us th a t the «ause
at the groat w o n in history, the Punic
W ar, the Puritan Revolution, the Re •-
d atio n of IMS, the American Revolu
tion, the French Revolution, the G reat
W ar of today, although dissim ilar, Is
the g reet underlying reason for all
such eruptions, the people’s demand
The common people at Boms departed
aw ay times to th air fleered Mount, la
order to bring their w ealthier friends
sa s a u ra equal bases. O ur W ar to
day is seeking to bring about such an
equality. U ntil such a basis is found-
ad, there will be w ars.
The aim a t modern education is “so
cial efficiency.” H istory offers a g n a t
opportunity for the training of tho in
dividual as a w ombor of soctety. His
tory t saehes aa ap p red atiea a t the
tews at sed al Ufa, responsibility at
the individual, aad a desire to bring
about pr ogram is society.
teaches the pupil to approdate the
contributions of foreign people« to d v -
IU m M m
Finally, history h a s'fo r its ultim ata
pupeas the cultivation at good etti-
sanship. A d ttasn is aa individual,
loyal aad w ith a desire to help bis
d ty , state aad antea. T hat is, aodsty
Includes the human m es.
medieval and modern history shows
th a t the individual is a member at
•the grant “world community.”
■hows sym pathy wad a saw s at Jus-
Pupil* perfect is spelling in the
F ifth grad» a n Taddj Beckett, Men
ine E lliott, Dale Kirsknwn, Leyton
Nosier, Preecott B ranetetter, Ellen
Baker and Feraade Larimore.
The papila of the A class are (he
champion spellers in the Sixth Grade
East Via California
I« a pleasant winter route. Travel in comfort
through a land where it is always summer.
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There’s San Francisco, Sen Jose, Del
Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove, San
to Barbara, Loe Angeles, Long Beach,
Venice and many other charming re
sorts, and much beautiful scenery en-
Three Trains Daily
Portland to San Franciaa). Standard
and tourist sleepers, dining care, solid
tractive at this season of the year.
Ask you local agent fo r particular*.
John M. Scott, General Passenger A gent, Portland
S O U T H E R N P A C IF IC L I N E S
Newell la order to organise a dob
known as “The L atia Club.” The pur
pose of th is organization is to help
its m i b s r i w ith vocabularies, ása
tenos structure, aad Classical L itera
l e s following oAeers wore elected:
osa Frsdsnburg, Présidant; Carol
shskoph. Vice-pres ident; Thelma
khardson, Secretary; Mildred Neely,
N axt week alidas frani thè S tate
U niversity on “GHmpses of Europe”
will be exhibited a t thè Coquille high
A asw stand which show*
very good workmanship ha* been bulli
for thè lantani. On Ita flrst appear-
ance in tha high achool room many of
thè pupi!» thought ita purpose soma
per pines would probably be in a cor-
received fo r the use of the
L They are mainly English
sto rk s sad referen •; books,
used in the pictu:u study
fis sate ° f the grades have
This wash Mr. W arner, of Eugene,
s realisation of ideals; such
loyalty, and self resp ect tuned the high school piano.
The g n a t aha of history is to culti W arner is said to be aa old hand a t
ra te high national ideals and patriot- this a rt. He has visited Cequille an
nually for the post th irty years, be
ginning whan there were only two
Aasw Review clast has bean organ
ised m eeting one half hour ay ery a f
ternoon. The members of this -»■—
era Maymie DeLong, Elm er and M yr
tle Neeley. They are preparing for
the teachers’ exam ination to bo takoa
some tim e in December.
On Monday m orning of this wash.
Mr. Noblet sported s brand now over-
coot before tip astonished eyes of the
high school. Thi* coot is of latest cut
and m aterial sad is said to have come
straig h t frtea Broadway.
i . “The Gons of Esaex”—re c ita tic i
by Lawrence M esa aad M erle Clark.
A Talk on Food Consorvation by
6. “Cannine thè K aiser,” song by
#. “Keep thè H oom F in e Borning,”
song by thè girle.
7. F lag salute by alL
Mrs. Hooton waa a ' visitor in thè
Seventh grada thia week.
The medicai inepection of thè stu
dente is being completed thia week.
Football practice was begon in ear-
neet thia week, three afternoon being
set ss reg alar practice day*.
A thletk A ssociatien has had thè good
fortune te secare D r. Hamilton aa
It is expeeted th a t g aaes
wUl be scheduled w ith N drth Bend
and Marshfleld, aad posslbly with osene pump and tank th is weak which
Is s much needed fixture in his store.
All High School students are urged J ir s . Josephine Myers, o f P ort
to w ear th eir L iberty Loca buttons Townsend, W ash., is hers on s v isit
She is the eldest daughter of the lata
Audrey Stanniagsr is am ldag sa JT A. Haines, of Ecldsy, Ora.
Elton Robbins went to Riverton
her a t the Farm Rsoduet* Show which Tuesday night to bring Miss Jam ie
son, s trained auras to the Robbins
is being held a t Portland.
The Coos County High. School A th home; the will nurse Grandma Rob
letic Association is to m eat n t Coquille bins.
W. C. Bradley, who has been in Chi
next Friday for the purpose of mak
ing schedules fo r all the football cago fo r the p ast year, was drumming
up trade here and a t Powers Wednes
games tq be held th is w inter. •
Mr. Noblet and Mr. Dougina took day fo r tb s Bradley Candy company.
F sra st Area have been raging a t
dinner w ith Supt. Almack Tuesday
Bone m ountain and other sections of
On Friday afternoon, Nov. S, there the Middle Fork and M yrtle creek
win be a m eeting of parents and country. Very smoky Hera.
A N orth Bend groceryman was a t
teachers a t the Academy in Mrs. Dun-
gay's room. All parents of prim ary Broadbent Tuesday looking for beans,
students and others who are interested apples ate.
Trowbridge and Rasmussen, of Ban-
in the work are invited to be present.
Among the subjects to be diacusse. don, were a t th is place la st Sunday;
a r: Tbs H ot Lunch and H ealth pf they purchased some apples of O. H.
W. E. H artley mads a trip to Co
Rosa Fredenburg has bean forced
to leave high school for s short time quille Tuesday. H* went in his Ov-
on account of having whooping cough.
Mr. Douglas mads a very interest
ing talk a t assem bly Thursday on the
subject of “The Value of Friendship.”
The nature and benefits of reel frfrffil
ship was clearly brought out by Mr.
M rs. Chess bed “Grandm a’s Day,”
Wednesday. The grandm as th a t were
present were: Mrs. French, Mrs. Ba
ker and Mrs. Thornton. The other
visitor* were Mrs. Folsom, Mrs. O ta ,
Mr. Mulkey and Miss Sullivan.
In Miss Kennedy’s room the girls
are still ahead in the boys and g irls’
The third grads pupils era saving
pennies for the Red Cross. They have
quite s few already In a rt they era
Big Chittlm Bark Shipment.
m aking Haliowa’an noveltiea.
So many people have been engaged
Wednesday all the prim ary grade* in the chittim bark harvest la this
celebrated P atriotic Day by m .H nf
county thia year th a t ws a n s u n <qir
flags for their a rt lesson sad by learn raedora will be interested in the follow
Mrs. Duagey’s room ing article furnished the Evening Tol-
learned a flag memory gam.
Allen’s class gave the flag drill which
they learned this year.
The only new Vrapil in the Prim ary
departm ent is W aiter Lew is in Miss
Alien’s flrst class.
SNOW FLAKES are served at lunch
eons, teas—in fact, wherever a par
ticularly crisp and dainty cracker is
Sold in 3 sixes of packages aad in bulk
PACIFIC COAST BISCUIT CO.
FARMERS UNION STORE
The shipm ent is not going out in
one lo t boeaoee of inability to got
necessary ears, but is being forw ard-
they become available.
Something of the worth at the bark
may be gleaned from the fact th a t it
cost in excess of 960,000, sad will, of
course, bring the shippers s substen-
So fa r as knoihi it is the largest
single quantity arar sold in Oregon to
said election being cast against stock
running a t largo.
I hereby give notice th a t in sixty
(60) days from the date of said notice
it shall bo unlaw ful for stock to run
n t largo, under penalty of ten (10)
dollars for the flrst offense end tw en
ty (20) dollars fo r each and ovary
subsequent offense, to be recovered
from the owner of the stock ia s civil
action in the name of the S tate of
Oregon before n Justice of the Peace
in the D istrict in which such owner
or keeper or eith er of them may re
side, and if there be no Justice of the
Poses in such d istrict, then before any
Justice of the Pence in the County,
and it shall be the duty of each con
stable in any Justice of the Pence dis
tric t, and of each rood supervisor in
any rood d istrict to enforce the pro
visions of thia section; and such pen
alty shall be fo r tb s benefit of, and
when collected, paid into the common
school fund of tb s County in which
such action ia brought, w ithin sixty
(60) days a fte r such anim al is proved
to be a t large.
W itness my hand and seal of the
County Court, affixed the 19th day of
Oetobor, A. D. 1917.
By N. Osmundaon,
Awarded Gold Medal ;
P. P. L E. Sea Frmadeco, 1915
NOTICB AGAINST STOCK SU N
NING AT LABGB IN PRECINCT
N O J* BURTON. 0 0 0 8 COUNTY,
Notice is hereby given th a t a t a
Special Election held October 16th,
1917, in Precinct No. M, Burton, Coos
County, Oregon, th a t a t said tim e a Te K om T ern F eet Dry U m The