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About The Coquille Valley sentinel and the Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1917-1921 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1917)
OCCIDENTAL RANGES .
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Only 4 to go at the remark
ably low price o f from $45.00 $o
the C oquill. branch o f the Bad Croces'
Meadamcc Jaeie O. Fuhrman, Laura
C. Brandon, Julia Johneon, Virginia
Lamb, Nolle Cary, Marvin Lyons, Ma
m ie Slagle, Grace Norton, Mahal Haa-
ard, Bella Gould, Cora Howard, ltana
Jonee, Genie Lorens, Georgia Rich
mond, Emma Pierce. Am y Aaaan, Lon
Lukena, K ittle Leneve, V W a Collier,
Lois DeLongk Carrie Stanley, Bernice
Smith, 8 . V. Epperson, Eva Currie,
Chaa. Eviand, Logan Kay, H. E. She!
ley, E. E. Fraedrick, Geo. Goodman,
Ethel Bchroeder, A . J. Shjrwood, An
nie Von Pegert, J. L. “Barker, T. O.
Barker, J. S. Barton, J. D. Bonham,
Hariet L Bledsoe, Mary A. Branstet-
ter, Ruth E. Candlin, T. M. Dimmiek,
E. J. G ulliford, Jim Hatcher, 8 . K.
Hatchet, Robt. Holverstott, Herbert
Johneon, J. 8. Lawrence, A . T. Mor
rison, Mary J. N orris, Florence W.
Sanford, Russell Sage, U -B . Teters,
J L Thompson, Era Treiehlsr, Clarence
Tuttle, H. W . Young, H /O . Anderson,
C. W . Endicott, E. H. Hamden, E. M.
Lyons, Mary Em ily McKenna, M. Nos
ier, P. B. Phillips. O. J. Seeley, Car
oline Lorens, Ida K. Owens,. Isabelle
Misses Clare Sherwood, Vesta Bey-
rie, Mary Davenport, Sarah DeLoug,
Adrienne Hasard, M arjorie Haz
ard, Kathleen MulvihiU, Olive I.
N orris, AUie Phillips, Beatrloe Por-
teous, Eva L. Schroeder, Lydia Skel-
ly, Synthia May. Tyrrell, Elva W illey,
June W illqy, Marian D. Young, Ineo F,
Burch, Cecils Hoffman, Naomi Knewl-
Colonial Range at $70.00.
Don’t forget, on these chilly evenings and odd
BM>rninga, that we carry the beet line o f heaters in
cert, prompted Mr. Patinar to arrange
fo r three appearances in the county
and we are pleased to announce that
this charming a itisi w ill bo heard in
Coquille under the auspices o f the Rad
H. O. ANDERSON
For a singer who has held the fh p -
m oct position in sur largest o p en
company as soloist with Cresteris f-a
■nous Italian Band during Ms entire
New Y ork and Chicago engagements
etc., it is hardly necessary to say
more than that she w ill be heard here,
and will he Welcom ed with true Coos
Mr. Parker assures us sad hie as;
eertion is borne out by her reputa
tion, that she kaS one o f the meet won
derful voices in this or any country,
a contralto, at exquisite quality, lus-
nearly three eetavea, aad withal won
derful power, and a personality that is
magnetic and holding. Shq is o f the
true Italian, Spanish type, add it Is
in the blood she inherits this grant
art, so tolling in the Latin race.
She will sing the song* that you
love, the'songs you a n fam iliar with,
Messrs. Lyle Barker, T. G. Barker, too songs that moon something, the
Tom Boone, Wm .Candlin, W . C. kind that arouse enthusiasm or touch
Chase, Arthur T. Conch, W esley'
Downs, E. E. Fraedrick, Chas. W-
Gardner, Lee Goodman, C. C. Gouthier,
B. H. Ha» kin, Jim Hatcher, 8. K. Hat
cher, Samuel G ulliford, G. R. Harper,
R ob t H olverstott, Arthur L. Hooton,
C. A . Howard, A . A . Howe, X. A . Jack-
son, John Kerrigan, Matt Kerrigan, J.
A. Lamb, E. W. Lorens, John Msedor,
John W . Millor, R. B. Murdock, H. F.
McCracken, C. E. McCurdy, Joes N el
son, Chas. Newton, Gao. H. Newto %
0 . L. Newton, J. W . Nobiet, J. B .
Oerding, F. C. Pursley, James Rich
mond, M. D., O. C. Sanford, Leslie
Schroeder, J. Finley Schroeder, Wal
ter Sinclair, Arthur A . 8etender, J. 1.
Smith, J. M. Snodgrass, Jaa. A . Sul
livan, L. E. Teters, Raymond E. Bak
er, Jesse Servis Barton, L. J. Cary,
L. W. Coleman, Judge Cornwall, A l.
U m t E. Crouch, Frank Dun gey, C. W.
1. ndicott, Wr W . E lliott. S. V. Eppor
Lon, G*>. P, Falconer, C. J. Fuhrman,
V. L. Hamilton, E. H. Hamden, Anton
Jacobson C. McC. Johnson, Ever- tt
K. Johnson, Ned C. K elley, C. B. Kin
sey, R. 8. Knowlton, O. H. Kapwltea,
Lanson W. Leneve, J. W . Leneve, *1.
Earl Low, W . H. Lyons, M. McDon
ald, F. E. McKenna, Fred Noeler, J. It.
Norton, N. N. Noiman, W. D. Newton,
Joe Peart, Wm. Peart, F. B. Phillips,
D. D. Pierce, P. B. Rider, F. B. Schow,
W . V. Schroeder, J. J. Stanley, Ja*.
Sullivan, F. C. True, James Watson,
Aaron W ilsoa, H A . Young, H. W.
quills river to Bandon, rather than the
exposed shore route by way o f the
Seven Devils end Whiskey Run coon-
The Sentinel wants to express its
high appreciation o f the public spirit-
ed end patriotic acton o f A . H. Pew-
ore in offering to the men ompioyed
la the camps o f the Smith-Powers
L ogging company an addition o f 15
cants n day to the wages o f ovary one
who would subscribe fo r a Liberty
Loan bond. The result was that the
Powers district, which was put down
fo r shoot 16,000, subscribed that
amount six times over and put the
town o f Powers et the head o f every
commonwealth In Oregon—and per-
heps in the whole United States. That
ix the sort o f thing that the histories
o f toe com ing generation ought ty.tall,
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W a g Attempted M a rd e r.
Chas. Carson, who had boon pros-
pecting la the Eckley country, was
brought here Friday, Buffering from a
bullet wound in Ms righ t a im A c-
cording to hie story, a stranger giv-
in g his name as Tracy sailed at Car-
son's place and asked to stay all n igh t
He picked up C anon’s rifle and Car-
eon, objecting to the way he handled
the gun, took it from Mm and Md the
cartridges. Carson then want out to
d ig a few potatoes far the evening
meal. Shortly xftexwarda he heard a
rifle shot, follow ed immediately by a
sharp sting o f a bullet in hie arm.
Ho n n for too brush, aad Tracy, who
had the rifle, did not shoot again.
Carson spent the night et the Smith-
"500” Club ht Bln. StadRirt.
The "900” du b held a m ost enjoy
able session et the hospitable home of
Mrs. W elter Sinclair on Tuesday ov-
o f guests, the party numbering about
The rooms wore
adorned with witches, black cats, etc.,
Her VMt at Portland.
suggestive at Hallowe’en.
Mrs. S. V. Epperson returned on
A t a late hour e delicious tw o course Monday last from Portland, whither
luncheon was served, Mrs. Sinclair be aha want a month a go, it will bo re
ing s ssissted in the serving by Moa- membered, as a delegate from Coos
county to the Food Conservation Con
Having relatives in Fort-
land end vicinity, she naturally visited
them. She reports an exceedingly en
joyable time, starred only by the Ill-
nose o f her lis te r , Mrs. G. A. Suther
land, which delayed her home coating.
Mrs. Sutherland has many friends in
Coquille, who will be glad to hoar that
she le now quite well again. Among
other memorable experiences, Mrs. Ep-
packagos that can be sent and the rate
o f postage remains the seme, twelve
cents a pound or fraction thereof.
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IB - and Mrs. Ray L. Beckett have
arrived in Marshfield to make their
home, says the Thaos.
They cams from Bridge where their
wedding occurred Tuesday at 9 o’clock
at the homo o f the bride’s titter, Mrs.
Roy Brown, where the bride, form erly
Miss Evelyn Heath, aad her parents.
Mr. end rMs. O. W . Heath, hero been
visitors. Rev. Lewis Anderson, o f the
M yrtle Point Presbyterian church, par-
form ed the ceremony.
I t D ep en d s o n D in n e r P la n e.
Your plans for dinner, Mrs. House-
w tie, a n Just as Important in their
way as General Haig’s p i « « fo r a
night attack. Haig kirns to gat the
o f results with the mini-
mom at material. He uses plenty, but
he doesn’t waste any. So should yon.
That’s the wax von and H air will win
' Sunday school at lb a. m.
Preaching at 11 and 7 JO by the pas
tor. Subjects; "F aith, a Secret o f the
Christian L ife,” and "M artin Lather,
the Reform er.”
The Communion will be observed et
the d ose o f the morning service. And
this being the four-hundredth anniver
sary o f the Reformation all Protes
tanta are observing it in some definite
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way, and so we have our attention
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called to Luther Sunday night.
Churabito, o f Salem, will be among the
Epworth League 4 JO Sunday even
instructors present. Coos county hoe
»bout 900 teachers,
The Monthly Board moots Monday
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C B n it lU C h u rch N o te s,
Prayer meeting Wednesday e t 7:30.
W orld's Temperance Sunday will ha
observed next Sunday evening, Nov.
4th, during the regular Endeavor hour
at 6:90. Temperance rally aad petri-
otic program .
Everybody com# aad
bring n lend pencil with which to sign
the war-tim e pledge,
The Ladies Aid met last weak with
This week they will
moot with Mrs. Hamsay.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander entertained
row (Saturday) at 9 p. m.
their Bible School Juniors with n Hel
November 4th. 22nd Sunday after
lows’en party la the church basement
Trinity— ffithin the Octave o f A ll
fast Saturday evening. They a ll re-
port a Jolly good time •
The Sunday 8ckool aad Endeavor
• » preparing to send Christmas
boxes to our four boys who are in the
* * * country, Morton Tyr-
4*11. Earl Iaaasoe, Gay Kelley and
The » • * P«»tor for the com ing year,
W . Whiddon, aad w ife will be-
Teaching service from 10 to 11 a. m.
»to toeir work with us next Sunday
Morning service at 11 a. m.
morning, also services immediately
Evening servies at 7:90 p. m.
follow ing the program in the evening,
Rev. J. A . McVeigh, pastor.
A very cordial invitation is extended
Hies Audrey SUnniger has barn
very busy fo r the lest few weeks or-
fw dsin g Junior Endeavor Societies.
has organised two at North Bend,
4#o in Marshfield, o m n> M yrtle Point
will reorganize the Junior society
A s we grow older end lees active,
leas and* lees food is required to moot
the demands o f our bodies. I f' too
much le habitually eaten tbs' stomach
will rebel. When e man reaches the
advanced age o f 84 or 00, you will find
that he is a light eater. Be as careful
aa you will, .however, you will occa
sionally oat mere than yon should aad
will feel the need of Chamberlain's
Tablets to correct the disorder. These
tablets do not contain pepsin; but'
strengthen the stomach end enable it
to perform its functions naturally.
also causo a-gentle mi
Oe. Cent . Beri lech hewtiee
COW F O ? 8 A ^ S 5 r ? ,goodinî5Pcèw
grade Jersey for $86. C. A . Pendle-
TOWN LOTS in Coquille far aale,
good residence loto, cheep on thd in
stallment plan or will build fo r you
on same terms. See C. A . Pendle
ton near Christian church.
surprise meeting and song service for
FOR SALE— Baker Hamilton 2 tt H.
Mrs. Graham, who is a shut-in, never
P. gasoline engine fo r 950 at the
being able to move from her bed.
Sentinel office. In First Claes order.
Arthur Hooton w rites that he Hies
college life but is not particularly
fond o f boiag “ ducked." W e miss Ar
thur from the Bible School end En
The church is planning extensive
improvements in the way o f repaint
ing, re pa paring etc.
MHHona o f European farm ers have
1 W e are all glad to know that Mias
Vera Kelley is very much improved left their Aside to fight foy the safety
in health since going to California. Wo o f America aad -the world.
fields therefore have’nt been produc
ing much. Ours have. Europe’s food
has got to .come from somewhere. Am FOR SALE— 16 acres, all bottom, one
w ile from Coquille poetoffies; city
We wore all glad U r sea Mrs. L. P. erica is the piece. R ’t little enough
Maury back in the Bible School last to eak the individual American to eon- . water. Inquire John Hickem. Ptf.
She has boon absent far
some time on account o f a sprained
Lyle Nosier from M yrtle Point was
with us Sunday.
When in town ho
never forgets to take Me place in the
OUR GRANITE and Enamel Ware stock is larger
W e noted tea new faces in Sunday
School last Sunday. W e are always
than ever before and is o f a heavy, durable quality.
r i«d to welcome strangers coming to
The stock is large, well selected and the variety o f
The monthly workers’ conference ot
articles cover every article o f kitchen ntehsils.
the Sunday School will be held mart
Sunday afternoon at the home o f Mrs.
W e noticed in lasf week’s Sentinel
that the Ladies o f the Christian church
would serve their annual dinner on
Nov. 17th, which was .a mistake. Is
should have road Nov. tth, (W ednes-
day) evening. A lso sale o f fancy work
will be held at Hartaoa’s furniture
Pans..................... , _____ 10c to 30c
Dish Pans.................... -— 40c to 65c
Kettles____ - ............
Granite Frying Pans.........-15c and 20c
Granite Tea Kettles........ _|1.00, $1.25
Coffee Pots and Tea Pots. .„50c and 66
Pie pans, cups, dippers, stew kettles— AN YTH IN G
yon need, for the kitchen, at very reasonable prices.
MRS. BONNIE W A LK E R , Prop.
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