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Mrs. Hardy Mast was in from I*-*
J. C. Savage made a business trip to
the Bay Wednesday.
Our city schools will reopen” on Mon
day, September 10.
Charles Baxter has juBt treated
himself to a new Overland car.
A new six-pound daughter arrived
at the house of Ed Johnson of this
city Tuesday morning.
Mis. O. H. Knowlton returned from
Powers yesterday morning where she
had been visiting her mother.
County Superintendent Raymond E.
Baker reports the arrival of a new
baby boy at his home this morning.
A vision of scarlet trouserettes
came near causing the dislocation of
some masculine necks on our streets
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Liljeqvist, of
Marshfield, are the happy parents of
another daughter born the first of
Dr. and Mrs. G. Earl Low are dis
posing of their househoV furniture
preparatory to his expected summons
to the European battle front.
Hugh Ilarlocker returned Wednes
day evening from Heppner, Oregon,
Where he had been for several weeks
working in the harvest fields.
Pausing of An Old Settler.
Last Tuesday morning at his home
near Parkersburg, Thomas W. Drane,
one of the oldest settlers of the lower
| vailey passed away. The immediate
cause of his death was dropsy result
ing from kidney trouble.
The funeral services were held at
the I. O. O. F. cemetery in this city
on Wednesday following the arrival of
the Telegraph with the relatives and
friends from Parkersburg. The re
ligious services were conducted by
Rev. H. M. Law, and the Odd Fellows
went through their ritual.
ceased had been a member of the
lodge of that orler here ever since its
Mr. Drane was born in Harden
county, Kentucky, Oct. 28, 1844, and
was nearing his 73d birthday,
He went to Kansas in 1868 and was
for several years a resident of Mont
gomery county in that state. In 1874
he came to Oregon and settled on
Hall’s creek in this valey. In 1885 he
married Emma Hamblock at Parkers
burg, which has since been his home.
Of this union two children were born,
a daughter who died in infancy and
a son, F. E. Drane, wno as well as his
mother survive the husband and fath
er. He is also survived by one broth
er, P. E. Drane, of this city, and a
sister living in Oklahqpia.
During the closing year of the Civil
war Mr. Drane served for three
months as a soldier in the Union
Capt. J. B. Graham, who broke his
Probate Court Notes.
leg at the knee five weeks ago b)
An order was made yesterday for
slipping from a log on the river, is
the appointment of Wm. N. Ekblnd,
getting ’about again on crutches.
of Marshfield, as administrator of the
B. O. Smith, H. S. Osterhoudt and estate of Ekblad & Son. The esti
W. H. Warren, of Springfield, came mated value of the partnership pro
down here Monday night to get ac perty is $956.29.
August 27 a petition was filed for
quainted with the Coquille valley.
the administration of the estate of
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Lawrence, who
have been visiting their parents here Wilbur Albee, of Fishtrap. This es
tate consists of $4,500 in real es
for some time past started Wednes
tate and $500 in personal property.
day morning on their return trip to
A petition was also filed Aug. 27
their home at Indianapolis.
for the administration of the estate
Mrs. S. W. Upton, of Centralia, of William Albert Skelley, of Co
Wash., came in Wednesday evening quille, consisting of personal property
for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Mary of the value of $2250.
E. Goodman; her sister, Mrs. J. J.
Stanley, and other relatives.
Married at Bandon.
A recent letter from Raymond
Jeub contains the information that he
was accepted by the examining hoard
in Minneapolis, Minn., where he now
lives, and has been ordered to report
fur duty Sept. 5.
J. N. McFadden, who has been pur
chasing sheep in this county went out
with a shipment Wednesday. His wife
and daughter who were visitors here
Tuesday returned to their home at
E. H. Hamden has a fine dairy barn
under construction over in the Fat Elk
section and will soon build a residence
on the same hill overlooking the bot
toms in the seventy-acre ranch he
bought the first of the year.
Harold Quigley, for the past three
years a teacher in the Bandon schools,
has been called up higher and will be
come an instructor in science in the
Jefferson high school at Portland, the
largest high school in the state.
Mrs. Belle Lowe and her daughter,
Janey, left Tuesday morning for Port
land where the latter has a position
as kindergarten teacher in the city
Alexander will join them
when he is through with the work in
which he is engaged—in a couple of
Constable W. B. Cox, of Marsh
field, was posting notices in this sec
tion Wednesday announcing that the
hearing of the request of the Coos
Bay Boom company for logging privi
leges on the Coquille river would be
heard by the Oregon Public Service
Commission on Monday, October 2,
in this city.
Dr. G. Earl Low returned from his
trip to Vancouver last Monday and
Tuesday evening received his appoint
ment as a medical officer in the U. S.
army with a rank of first lieutenant.
Dr. Low, of course, does not know
when ho will be called but with the
need for medical officers now exist
ing in the army, he does not antici
pate a long wait.
heat of sumer and the snow and bliz
Fruit jars In stock at Quick’s— Easy
zards of winter, and bordered with Seal, Mason, Economy, Schram and
scenic wonders that even the good Knowlton. Both new and second hand.
Stomach and Liver Troubles.
No end of misery and actual suf
fering is caused by disorders of the
stomach and liver, and may be avoided
by the use of Chamberlain’s Tablets.
Give them a trial. They only cost a
John F. Hall, District attorney, will
leave about Sept. 10th for Louisevillc
Kentucky, to attend the Supreme
Lodge of Odd Fellows as a represen
tative of the Oregon Grand Lodge.
Judge Hall will make the trip via St.
Louis returning to the Bay in about
two weeks through New Westminster,
Canada, and Seattle. He was elected
for two successive years and last year
made a tour through New Orleans,
Washington and New York City.—
Coos Bay Times.
Was No Name for a Jackass.
On a road in Belgium a German o f
ficer met a boy leading a jackass and
addressed him in heavy jovial fashion
“ That’s a fine jackas you have, my
son. What do you call it? Albert, 1
“ Oh, no, officer,” the boy replied
quickly. “ I think too highly of my
The German scowled and returned:
“ I hope you don’t dare to call it Wil
“ Oh, no, officer. I think too highly
of my jackass.”—Paris Liberte.
Our soldiers need woolen socks,
sweaters, mufflers, etc., to be comfort
able and the ladies of the Red Cross
association have been urged to knit
these various articles, and to do it
quickly, so everybody knit—if anyone
can, you can,—show ’em! Next week
every afternoon at the Laird rooms.
There is an old g ove of myrtles
standing on an isolated knoll in the
Fat Elk section on the big company
ranch owned by Coquille parties that
is free from underbrush and would
make an ideal picnic ground. In fact
almost any grove of myrtle that has
been growing long enough to dis
courage the underbrush would fill all
the requisite for such a purpose.
Horace Hyde Hunt and Mis3 Lenora
James, daughter of John James of
this city, were married at the home
of the bride’s father Sunday, Rev. W.
S. Smith performing the ceremony.
The bride was formerly a local stu
dent and is a graduate of one of the
Willamette valley high schools. The
groom is a member of the firm of Kay
and Hunt Warehouse company of Co
quille and Bandon, having recently es
If you know how to knit, meet with
tablished here with Mr. Hunt as man the ladies of Coquille and vicinity ev
ager. The couple will reside with the ery afternoon next week at the Laird
bride’s father.— Bandon World.
rooms. If you don’t you can’t begin
younger, so rustle needles and yarn if
Still A fter the Deer.
any description and «like to the Red
The fact we mentioned last week Cross quarters and get busy. There
that the deer season had been closed is a great deal to be done and every
Aug. 21 by Governor Withycombe’s body must help.
proclamtion until Sept. 1 was so little
advertised that but few of those out
hunting heard anything about it. Con
It is by no means an easy matter to
sequently those who have been violat
ing the law meanwhile are being cure this disease, but it can be done
treated with the greatest leniency. in most instances by taking Chamber
Whether the closed season will be con lain’s Tablets and complying with the
tinued beyond tomorrow probably de plain printed directions that accom
pends upon weather conditions, but pany each package.
Whether you live inside or outside
the city limits will not every lady
consider the Red Cross work her own
personal responsibility and act ac just now we expect the bars will stay
cordingly? This great work for hu up.
manity is a common cause in which
Hall Will Go to Louisville.
we must all take a vital interest.
Henry Hegdahl was over from
Marshfield Saturday laying the lino
leum in the clerk’s and sheriff’s offices
in the « a ll of Records— which will
be the more appropriate name of the
court house annex as soon as the
county records are moved over there.
M. E. Dewitt is'the new man in the
Roadmaster’s office, taking the posi
Commenting on Commissioner Ben
tion formerly held by Claud Kinsey.
son’s statement that the Curry coun
I He and his wife came in from Port
ty coast road is chiefly of scenic
land the first of the week.
value, elsewhere published in t^ s is
sue of the Sentinel, the Port Orford
If Mr. Benson has made such state
ments it shows that he has failed woe
Rates:—One cent a word, each in
fully and absolutely to grasp the im sertion. No charge less than 15 cents.
mensity of the thing he came here to
see. He saw only the scenic beauty WANTED—Second hand furniture.
and the comparatively few people liv
Highest prices paid. Coquille Fur
ing by the wayside, and was blind to
the golden stream of tourist travel
that would pour into Oregon through DAIRY RANCH FOR RENT, stock
for sale. Enquire of F. B. Phillips
an all-year highway from California
at the Ladies Bazaar, Coquille.
—a highway free from the interior
Thinks Benson Shortsighted.
Mr. D A IR Y M A N
We wish to announce that we are operating your
own HOME CREAMERY and have spent much time,
effort and money getting it equipped with the best of
everything that we might best serve your interests.
We are giving the same honest weights and tests we
always did and prompt cash payments. We have the
same competent buttermaker as ever and IF DESIRED
Henry Helloni will receive your cream and
Pay Spot Cash for EVERY Delivery
at the very highestprice for butterfat.
W e P a y P o rtlan d Prices
at our plant AT COQUILLE. YOU PAY NO EXPRESS
TO PORTLAND ON BUTTERMILK. You get your
buttermilk back from us free. Do business with your
home creamery whose money is invested in your home
COQUILLE VALLEY CREAMERY
'H E A n sco Vest-
P o c k e t S p eedex
catches swiftly moving
figures without a blur.
It get* in to a ction
quickly when every
second counts. You
can change the focus,
the speed and opening
of the shutter instantly
and accurately while
viewing the image in
the finder. Let us show
you this camera.
Other Anscos $2 to
DR. VERN. L. HAMILTON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office over Farmers & Merchants
Residence Baxter Hotel
Dr. C. W. ENDIC0TT
D en tist
Office ov< r First National Rank
Phone Main 11
G. EARL LOW. M. D.
P h y s ic ia n
a n d su rg eo n
Office over Farmers & Merchants
Dr. G. W. LESLIE
Motor-driven machines will milk, separate cream, chum, grind tools,
pump water, cut feed and ensilage, grind ancf shell corn, split and saw kindling,
thresh grain and pejform practically all ordinary tasks requiring steady applica
tion of power. A G-fc motor will soon pay for itself in labor and time saved.
Ask our power man to show you just where a rooter will help on yoiir farm.
Oregon Power Co.
Graduate of the American School
of Osteopathy of Kirksville, Mo.
Office in Eldorado Block
The Best Prices
If you want to realize the best prices for
Chittam Bark, Oregon Grape Root, Dan
delion Root, Rose Leaves, Foxglove
and all ether drug plants, write to
ask fo r
Go To Conference Tuesday.
Rev. and Mrs. H. M. Law and child
ren expect to leave here next Tues
day to go up to Conference at Port
land. They will not return here and
expect lb be transferred to the San
Mr. Law and his estimable help
meet have made many friends in this
city and the neighboring section dur
ing their two years’ residence here,
and their departure will be very much
Little sister is just as pleased with
her SNOW FLAKES as she looks.
Children thrive on SNOW FLAKES
because they are perfectly baked
from the best materials.
Sold in 3 sizes of packages and in bulk
PACIFIC COAST BISCUIT CO.
FARMERS UNION STORE
Ask Anyone Who Has Used It.
There are families who always aim
to keep a bottle of Chamberlain’s
Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy in the
house for use in case it is needed, and
find that it is not only a good invest
ment but saves them no end of suffer
The old ladies who were taught ing. As to its reliability, ask anyone
how to knit half a century ago are who has used it.
now being called into service to teach
that art to the younger ones who have
always depended upon the stores for One Dealer in each town to handle
Not that they are a High-grade Automobile Tire.
Delion Tire Sales Co.,
beginning to knit their own footwear
81 Fourth Street,
now, but that they all want to do
something to make the coming winter
more comfortable for our boys who
Send the Sentinel to eastern friend*
are going to the front in Europe.
INCOME and OUTLAY
One side of your Pass Book will show all the money you have
received. The other side will show all you have paid out, and
the cancelled checks are your receipts.
This fine arrangement is your, if you will open your check ac
Your account will be given careful and considerate attention.
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