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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 19??-1917 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1917)
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Other fruits are scarce now, but those sweet Naval
1 Will find
here of “just the things” to take
for dinner Note the tempting
1 goods. No dan
ger of dhrt or dust
Oranges are at their best Not expensive.
Staffed O live«................................lie Jar
Green Olive«.............................. *lc Jar
Deviled Olives............................l#e can
Potted Ham........................... ...M e can
Chicken L.o«f.............................. 2fie can
Meat Treat«............1 .0 »
Limberger Cheese..............'....H e eaa
Roqueford Cheese......... ..V,'.**« can
• the kiddles
The season for the sweet ripe fruit is nearly over.
Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy this
Tru-Blu Coookies. .. . . ....................Me lb.
Fine assort’t of sweet and sour Pickles in bottles.
L Y O First N National
S & Bank J Building
Our Prices on Canned Goods
Mrs. Pearl Goodman passed away
last Friday and the funeral was held
Sunday in the Imtter Day Saints
church,. Rev. Mr. Baker officiating.
The Woman's Relief Corps, of which
the was a member, also attended. The
interment was made in Catching cnpk
cemetery where other relatives are
buried. £ .
Mrs. L. S. Roberts, of Middle Fork,
was in town Saturday.
H. A. Todd, of Arago, was In Satur
day aad says if there Is pet more safe
ty in crossing the river at Myrtle
Point soon and bettor roads there will
not be much trading h en from his
An electric motor can
lift anything. Let us tell you how
G-E Electric Motors
HELP END THE WAR
Make YOUR subscription to the Liberty Loan through
this Company or your bank.
DO IT NOW
Tffi A. M.
10:00 A. M.
1:00 P. If.
4sM P. M.
Charter Trips Anywhere, Any Time
We are here te accomodate You; command Ua
P h o n e C a lls
MYRTLE POINT, l i t i
COQUILLE, U t
POWERS, Culver's Ceafectkfcery.
Does Your Subscription Date Need Chan
Good Calif. Peaches
Matches, per box —
Carnation Milk, 2 cans — 25c
Laundry Soap, per bar — 5c
Fancy Calif. Rice, per lb., 6'4c
Poet Toasties, per pkg. 10c
Salt Pork, in brine, per lb., 25c
Busy Comer Grocery
family down from Power« and man
age the farm for his mother, three-
quarters of a mile south of town.
The Roman Catholic Chapel, Car is
hen ea the track and the priest with
are lifting mortgages off hundreds
of farms throughout the country.
Standard Tom ato«-----------10c
Solid pack Tomatoes,
2K lb. tins------------ 2 for 25c
Solid pack Tomatoes,
3 lb. tins-----------------------15c
Iowa C om ---------------------- 10c
New York Com — .2 for 25c
Fancy Maine Corn
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OREGON POWER COMPANY
still remain at the low mark of last year
Front and C Streets
Phones 601 and 541
.uniijin r ' ' I m i
LstnehsfrBByaowmeKgege. W« wiR foraiah
Per. dozen^J^ììm iC -
Three doz., 60c
family and my farewell to wife «ad
daughter, who will leave by the next
steamer for Honolulu. The daughter
1» to meet her affianced and the moth
er will accompany her and return af
ter a abort stay. Mr. Lee alao at
tended the High School commence
ment exercises Saturday evening
when his daughter, Mlsa Basel, re
ceived her diploma. Mr. Loo is chair-
Mrs. Allison Roberts has disposed
of her bread store to her father-in-
law, J. H. Roberts.
On the evening of the 24th as the
through train was passing Johnson’s,
called Gil men’s sink hole, a man
threw a rock through the car window,
bite of glass striking a passenger ia
the face. The section bom
the place and found where the party
stood watting for the train. The
»mm was trampled. The print of
shorn was about No. B men’s.
Ray Stevens returns this week to
his old Job as Amman oo one of tba
Smith-Powers logging locomotives in
Prof. Jones, of Bfeadbeni was hero
han we -Would have a m en regular
supply of fish oa Friday.
The several tripe to Portland by E.
A. Dodge have been made in his ca
pacity as U. 8. Commissioner—taking
Robert Muir, of North Fork, has
received a telegram 'faon Nebraska
of the extreme illness of his sister.
The last proposition the Myrtle
Point Commercial Club has attached
is the cemetery, taking time by the
forelock as H were.
W. E. Lewellen renews Us subscrip
tion to the Coquille Valley Sentinel.
He «ays he wants the Myrtle Point
The Agricultural Preparedness
committee is very busy tkl» week
picking up stray lots aad dropping in
to thorn sundry kinds of good needs.
G. 8. Floyd, who has been hem for
wood dealer, etc., is this weak moving
with hie family to Gaylord on Booth
Rmnsen Bros., of Big creek, took
out a now Mitchell wagon Tuesday.
The sealer Branson is with us this
R. A. Annin went to Coquille
day to attend the convention of
wants theirs first. P. W. came home
in the rain wet to the skin but as
usual waa up and at it agin, though
he bad to go to bed feeling disabled.
Coos and Curry County Fair will
bs Sept. 1S-14-16 and will lie bigger
than ever. A new feature the secre
tary says will bs added- a sales day.
Tba forenoon of the last day of the
Fair. No stock will be offered except
that which is entered as contestants
for prises and has stood the tubercu
The High School commencement ex
ercises were as follow«: Class Motto
was, "Non Vespers aed mane.” Class
illness. Hie name ia Arthur. He colors, Blue and White. Class flower,
was injured in a football game. She Carnation. Class roll, Mary Jane
sent him to California but tba climate Smalley, Kay Armstrong Leep, Hattie
was not better for him. Dr. Byron E. Bell Wyland, Flentge Armston Per
Miller is Ms physician. A major sur kins, Lottie horraine Rickman. Har
gical operation was porformod, re old Paul Drake, Fairy Elisabeth Dav
moving hne of the kidneys which was is, Thomas Verl Johnson, Florence Ed
na Hall, William Dewey Christensen.
Basel Marilla Lee, Chester I. Root,
Inn Sumerlin, Ells May Hamlin, Ruby
Irene Burr and Stella Evangeline
Barklow. Class officers were: Thom
as Very Johnson, President; Kay
Armston Loop, Secretary; and Elva
Lucy lie Green, -treasurer.
Barton Stemmier, about 1<1 years
old, is organising a (junior, of coure.)
military company. He has already
demonstrated bis ability as an agricul
The min seems to be ever but them Memorial day was appropriately
wfll be a shower at Aunt Anni* Bark- observed here. The “old soldier”
low's this week to express the goodwill gentlemen who were present «ere,
Hatcher, Graham, Billings. Mullen,
King, Hermann, Haling, Brownson,
Edicott, Arnold, and Buell. At id a.
m. they did not walk as formerly but
went to the cemetery by automobile
where after the usual ritual exercises,
the G. A. R. graves were decorated
with flowers of which Myrtle Point
always has a profuse supply in sea-
. In the afternoon an unusually
fine program was rendered. Mr. C.eo.
Tenney presided. A picked choir sang,
children recited and then we had one
of the finest addresses ever given by
Honorable Binger Hermann, who for
"»any years was our member of Con-
n . After expressing proper ac
knowledgement of those who served
In the Civil war he spoke of the proh-
• for ue today and left no doubt in
the minds of his audience of the cor
»ees of our position in this war.
That until. Faieeileai. Prussianism. is
W and out of their present estim-
« of themselves, we cannot put up