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About The Coquille Valley sentinel and the Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1917-1921 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1918)
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For Fresh Groceries
I am Headquarters
Mrs. L. F. Yarbrough, o f
Ward, for the
: YOURS FOR A SQUARE DEAL
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Y O U K N O W the fate of the children o f
Belgium and Northern France.
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Happier “ Over There”
Send y o « r g ift s in tim o to reach
him hy C h ristm as.
It is n ot to s ea rly worn.
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I t takes
oeeen aad roa ch y e a r b o y a t dm
Powers Saturday to a
organisation. An Odd Fellows’ lodge
Frank Hands h, at Gravel Ford,
as shopping in Myrtle Point « d u
M n. Alby and Mrs.
mad Tuesday from Gamp
boro they han
boya who afe ia
Mr. and Mra. Freak MiBsr aad sea,
Edwin, o f Coquflte, were bora viaHtng
T o ataks s o re tk o t k o
y e a r rom em braaceo ta fo o d con
tim ar fa r y o «
d ition , w o w M b o glad to p ock
FREE O F C H A R G E .
A complete line of
Useful and Acceptable Gifts
C O y i'I I .L E , ORKOON
THE COQUILLE VALLEY SENTINEL
THE OREGON FARMER
For one year in advance $ 1.65
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W a r Em ergency C ou rt« an d Certificate
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, C. C. Chitar
Mrs. Jim Hayes aad
Frank Neal, ware ia to
Ifr. aad Mra. Patrick Gsansy,
Gaylord wore in town Wednesday,
Mr. Geaney going on to Marshfield on
isineaa and returning on the after-
Mra Frank Spencer retained from
Gamp Lewis Wednesday where' aha
« bean visiting her brother.
Mra. Ban 8hull, who hai bean visit
ing bar sick son at Camp Lewis, re
turned home Wednesday.
The Myrtle Point Homo Gaerd pre
sented their formar captain, George f .
T oik *>, with, a fine traveling bag in
appreciation of bis ''services. «■ ■■
W. L. Berry want to Powers on
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Dr. Leap, of tUs city, ia vary sick.
Ha is in the hospital at Banden.
Mrs. J. M. Wagner, of Braadbont,
was operated on for appendicitis Wed
nesday She is doing nicely.
C. A. Parker, the oil man, was in
Dr. Clarke was in Cequilte Wednes
day assisting Dr. Richmond in an op
The Red Cross is busy making
clothes for ths Belgians. LHtlA weal
dresses for the girls and house dresses
for ths women.
Dr. Clarks reports a typhoid fever
case from drinking river water. The
patient’s name ia George Reageon.
Mr. aad Mrs. Bert Allen’s son, Iks,
has bean very sick at Camp Lsw-
ls»ls reported bettor.
- H. fc. Folsom, from Cooe Bay, made
a business trip to our city Wednes-
R. A. Waterman, of Bancroft, was
in town receiving medical attention
W. Cassady, from Medford, made a
business trip here Wednesday.
F. Van Guide, o f Power«, was in
town Wednesday on business.
C««P«r MiHer. o f Bridge, was in
town on business Wednesday.
JaA Ca ray, of Powers, was fat town
on business Wednesday.
W. H. Cook«, o f Portland, mad« a
business trip to Myrtle Point T W
George Larson, o f Marshfield, was
in town on business Tuesday.
W. C. Best wick, at Broad bent, was
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Protect your ow n children from a like fate.
Our soldiers are ready to fight for them - -
to die for them - - t® make the world a fit
place for childremto live in.
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If you can’t fight, support those w ho can.
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P orth u id M arket R ep ort.
Portland, Oct. 8 -2 0 0 head of cattle
wore received at the North Portland
Slock Tarda over night, Monday MOO
head. * The cattle market has recov
ered from its demoralised condition at
last weak and all grades are selling
steady at following quotations: Prime
steers $12.00-18.00; Good to choice
steers $11.00-12.00; medium to good
steers $9.78-1140; fair to medium
steers $848-046; common te jfair
steers $840-8.00; choice cows A fibif-
ers $840-8.00; medium to fA d cows
A heifers, $8.00-748; M r to medium
sows A heifers $0.00-«.00; canners
$$40-4.00; bulla $8.00*740; calves
$8.00-1240; stoekers A feeders $6.00-
The new arrivals in ths hog allays
aver night was 600 head.
2460. The market Buffered a decline
yesterday of 26 cents and as a conse
quence trading today is,slow and has
an undertone of weakness.
tions: Prime mjxed $1948-1840; med
ium mixed $11.78-19.00; rough heaviee
$1748-1740; pigs $16.60-1640; bulk
With a nominal run at sheep and
lambe over night the mutton market
remains stationery at quotations as
follows: Prime lambs $1240-14.00;
fair ta medium lambs $840-11.00;
yearlings $10.00-1140; wethers $9.00-
1040; awes $640-9.00.
If your chiloren ara tu b i«', lo crono
rt n botti« o f Chambc-fsin’s Cough
•medy, and wken thè sttaek cornea
i be caroful to folhw thè plrin print-
| diroctiens. Yoa will be surprisad
thè qnick rqllef whieh it affords.
Stone ia the natural mother of a
Melcana Clara Conwny, who
is of the age of fp e u yean,
8. Conway, from whom
r waa divorced in Aug. 1918,
ia her natural father.
That said child resides with your
petitioners in said county aad state
and has bean in the sole cars and con
trol and custody of, and mainly sup
ported by your petitioner, Bertha
Clare Stone, since August, 1918. That
your petitioners are able and willing
to properly educate, bring up and sup
port said child and desire to adopt
aa their own and to have bar name
aged to Maleena Clara Stone, aad
year petitioner, Bertha Clare Stone
hiPeby expressly consents to such
adoption aad change of
Th»‘ the present place of residence
aad Post Office add:
aa S. Conway, is Ji
Wherefore our petitioners pray that
they be allowed to adopt said child as
and that her name be
an Maleena Clara Conway,
to Maleena Clara Stone. That a time
a fixed for the hearing this
pttition and that notice thereof be
maa S. Conway, accord
ing to law.
(Signed) Ben E. Stone, Petitioner.
(Signed) Bertha Clara Stone, Pet»-
Geo. Watkins, A tt’y for Petitioners,
ssiding at Marshfield, Ora.
State of Oregon,
Wo, Bon E. Stone and Bertha Clara
lone, the petitim
bj»ipg duly sworn a
and herself, that the foregoia* peti
tion is trim as they verily believe.
(Signed) Boa E. Stone.
(Signed) Bertha Clara St
ad sworn to boforo am
on this, the 24th day o f September,
Notary Public for Oregon.
My M a a H m «.rfrm Nov. 1st,
Chang« o f N a m at a Minor Child,
M«le«na Clara Conway. Order.
Now on thla day in presented the
petition o f Ban B. Stono and Bertlia
Clara Stone, hia wtfe, both inhabitant*
of Cooe County, Oregon, asking an
order of the Court permitting them to
adopt Melcena Clare Conway, a
daughter o f the laet named petitioner,
■aid child being o f the age of 7
years, by a former marriage with ona
Thomas S. Conway, who ia the natur
al father of said child, aad changing
the name o f said child to Melee na
That the father of said child has
not consented to said adoption or
change of name in writing.
It is therefore ordered that Decem
ber 7th, 1018, at the County Court
room in the County Court House in
the City of Coquill«, Cooa County,
Oregon, at the hour o f 10 o’clock A.
M. of said day be anff it is hereby ap
pointed as the time and place o f hear-
It is further ordered that a copy of
said petition and this order bs per
sonally served upon the said Thomas
8. Con why, if found within the State
of ' c(ron; if not so found, then to r*
published ia the Coquillo Valley Sen
tinel, a newspaper printed In said
County and Bute, for throe succes
sive weeks and a copy thereof sent,
peotago prepaid to mid Thomas 8.
Conway at Junaeu, Alaska.
Dated this 9th day o f Oct., 1918.
(Signed) James Watson, ;
Cooa County F T
I horaby certify that 1 have com
pared the above and foregoing peti
tion and order with the originals an 1
they era true copies o f such originals
and o f the whole thereof.
Dated this 9th day o f Oct., 1918
L. W. Oddy.
IN THE COCJNTW COURT OF
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