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About The Coquille Valley sentinel and the Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1917-1921 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1918)
>ia the year 1920.
To get this grade
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For sale by
V. 8 LYONS
T he &ANTUÉX
H ot W ater B ag
Items From Arago.
PR O D U C T
h molded into ooe piece of
•oft, pliable Pont Rubber
It will not harden
—or »tick together
—of tear, and
it C A N T L E A K
i no seems to open up—no patches to work loose
—no binding to rip off.
GUARANTIED FOR TWO YEARS
bet the usual life is I
There are ale <
lit r«|sa Ftcg lottisi,
4aaa from 40s to $4.76.
Tuesday night Mrs. Colfax, Harry
and two children were returning hem
with Henry Charlton in his car and
had stopped a short distance above
Mountain Glade ranch.
Charlton cranked the car he thought
he had it in neutral, but It was In re
verse, the ear ran back and the hind
wheela went over the rock cribbing
and the car hung by the fore wheels.
It hung so that the hind wheels did
not get s grip on the ground and thus
a serious accident was avoided. They
walked on to Charles Shepherd’s
where they stayed over night and in
the morning Mr. Harry came down
with his team and hauled the car into
That is greet news that Turkey
and Austria threw up the sponge.
Billie 2, ms boy, sU you have left Is
your “Kultur" and your “Frightful
ness” and they only carry you in one
direction—down the shaft.
R. A. E.
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THE COOUUf Vilify SOUWL
THE OREGON FARMER
For one year in advance $ 1.65
have basa ti
in the up
Laird Is in the Grayce Hoe-
piul at Coquille. She
en fer appendicitis end
Kenneth Laird, a corn
the same hospital and
til# station, “CoquilU,” I fouisd n^<
self from my slumber asd bagante
had started up town 1 bogan te think
that I had gotten off st the wrong
place; for them were paved streets
daw up to the depot aad m both
sidas at the street from the depot to
the city worn attractive parkings. The
parkings worn well kept, beautiful end
green. Lovely shade trees bordered
Instead of finding the
bankings ragged sad stpep, they
leveled off sad
Beautiful buildings were standing in
many at tbs vacant lots.
“As I passed sa up town I nick ed
that tbs streets wars free from rub
bish sad on every corner were the
names of the streets. What was my
surprise to find a new concrete betel.
The street by the hospital was paved.
All the bunmd sad ««lapM-saS build
ings wars cleared, away. It was with
great joy whoa I beheld the new High
School, with Its flowers aad lawn.
“As I wandered over the town I
noticed all of the vacant lets were
cleared up and planted to soase use
ful crop. I was told that a new aad
better water system/had bean pot la
so people could hare plenty of water
for irrigation. Finally I found my
owa home aad came to the conclusion
that 1 was in the right town.“
The realisation of Such a dream
may not be within our reach immedi
ately; bet the first step is entirely
Why Saa ws aet have a
“elesa-up dayT” We should all feel a
S t * * r pride in ear term if we unite
to dean parkings and vacant lata seme
day not far distant.
W ill not asms
one talcs the load in planning s “clean
up day?”— Audrey M.
J. D. Carl with his true
a i Myrtle Point 818 cases of cheese
from hie Arago end Myrtleweod fac
tories Friday and Saturday for ship
ment to Seattle, total weight being
12 tens. . This shipment of cheese nets
better than 86'cents par lb or $8,400.
Tbs above shipment is about two
thirds of the October output Mr. Carl
says the milk supply at the factories
Is holding up exceptionally gall for
this season of the yeor.
Mr. Geuthier aad son, Grover, am
the happy possessors of a new. B u m s
aad am now wishing for
Miss Hockema, the teacher of lower
Fjshtrap, who has been quite ill with
the influensa, is now able to sit up.
Mrs. Priscilla Rebison end Mrs. Jim
Robison, who been iU, are recovering.
They are all of the same h
Mr. and Mm- Barnett, at Fisktrap,
accompanied Mrs. Barnett’s
Zack Grant In their ante to Grenada,
CaL, last week.
.. - .
S. A. Wimer has sold his
the river when they hare been living
to Mr. W. E. dress, who win take pos
ition as soon as Mr. Wimer can se
cure their house in CoquiUe,
tlley will move.
The youag daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Knife who has been
ly ill for some time at CoquiUe is
now recovering. They have brought hold of some of this seed from Mr.
her to L. A. Pinkston’s for a while.
The E. M. Beckham camp at Upper
J. C. Harvey £ Sons at Leo have
Hall’s Creek has dosed operation. The recently imported a herd of twelve
rains hindered them from getting registered Jersey cows.
quite all the Umber they had eat in
John Hags, near Parkers burr, sent
the woods out, on account of bad reads. to this oflee a fine sample of the third
cutting of rye grass shout thirty
inches high cut from his field on Nov.
. Mr. Hags Is cutting some of this
each day for gruaa food, it is a heavy
J. L. Stevens aad Geo. Clihkenbeurd,
from C om River, hove leased the fine
big dairy farm y t J, C. Watson 14
mile north of Coquills and haysj just
brought in from the outside a founda
tion herd of fourteen registered Jer
Hardy Mast, of Lee, and W . D.
Newton, of CoquiUe, have each txed
up a drying room for seed corn. Where
it can bo heated up right with stmua
pipes from a little boiler.
will be open in CoquiUe
Saturday» November * 2
Saturday, November 9
Saturday, November 16
Saturday, November 23
Satur^fey, November 30
y,Q December 7
Saturday, December 14
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One-half Mock north of City
Hall on Hall street
iilM B H H H H iil
U « * • * »: ****** «teert, 111 . 00 - 12 . 60 ;
rood t o 'choice steers $11.00-12.00;
medium lo (M d ataoro $0.78-11.00;
fair to medium atoan $$£6-0.26; corn
a i « U fair atoen $6.00-840; cholee
co « b and helfen $8.00-160; medium
to rood cows and halfen $6.00-7.60;
fair to medium eows and helfen $6.00-
6.00; caiman $8.00-4.00; bulls $ 5 . 00 -
7.60; calves $9.00-1240; stecken and
The run of hogs ever Samday is is
approximately 2600 head, the major
tty of which arc choice woH finished
stuff. The order buyers are ip the
alleye today aad the market is strong
to 86 cents higher. Quotations are:
Prime mixed $17.60-17.76; medium
mixed $17.00*17.25; pigs $16.50-15.76;
bulk tUJO-l&OO; bulk $17.46.
1600 bead of aheap aad hunbs ar
rived in the sheep alleys over Sunday,
trading is steady end the market on
lambe has righted itself to the ex
tent of a 60 emit rise ever previous
quotations: Prime lambe $11.60-12.60;
fair to medium lambs $8.60-10.60;