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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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bought Florsheim Sloes
before the h a t price advance.
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RoU Your Dollars
H This Way
and gat values you couldn’t fa t s thousand miles sway.
th e e m uch lower th an they can be se
Your interest is our interest— our stock is largo
Full Has o f Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing, etc.
'lite Store of Satisfaction.
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Fresh and Salt Meats, Poultry, Fish, etc
400 P .M .
1:39 F. M. North.
DO TOU PREFER to knew what ySu arc buying. Th bay at
huma from, us jam mat unly gut uu mach fur yuar muauy hat
Do Your Trading at Home
and more money w ill stay in your home bank,
and more o f it w ill be available fo r home use.
The dollar that goes away hardly ever comes back.
FIRST N A T I O N A L B A N K
“ Thu young man ropUod tout ho had not aukod it to donate.
‘Why not,’ aukod the clothier, they have uold several units hurt
lately uu they ought to give oomothiag.
I f everybody boro
bought all their clothes from thorn yorf would not have get that
■ubacriptkm from mo today, for this wouldn't ha a. clothing
atom bat n vacant building, aad I would bo working to tho city
myaeif or trying to ran n Cana,
1 The catalog houao gate boom buatoaaa bacauaa they show
looking cute toataad of lotting you falloWo sea, fool and try
on tha salt, yet hare I aaa-aubacribtog to tho team land glad to
do i t
“ ‘I f you wrote them for a donation, boom dark back to Chi
cago, who ia working aa atarvation wages himself, would laugh
and drop your latter to tha vra at aha at at
• 'Aa a matter of fact you bought that unit for $18, didn’t
you?’ Tha young fallow atammorad aad aaid that waa righ t -
“ ‘And tha axpraasaga waa about 75 cents, to aay nothing of
tha poatege and tho monay ardor? Wall, hare ia a suit that I
•all far »19.50, fitted to you. to you aaa It pays somatimaa to aoa
what th a aid storekeeper can do before you sand your monay
away. I guess you will my this suit an tha rack to my atora la
fully tha equal o f tha ana tha catalog hooaa listed at $1S; aa to
that I know it coat 20 par cant more to manufacture. And re
bar that wa have te support the b—obeli team and all tha
things, and oak nothing antra than that your monay stays
i to tha town .’ "
T waa paid out for an ax tha other day after a fanny or
ient,” laid tha newcomer dollar. “ I waa to tha pocket of a
t over to Clearwater who want into a hardware store aad se
lected an u . Whan the proprietor told him tha price was $1,
A Blank’s priog.waa 77
* ‘Vary wail, aaid tho dealer, “ 111 aoD H to you on tha
Haro la your ax tor 77
Now give mo 25 cants for tha expraaaage you have
saved, also S cants far tha monay order and 2 cents
That fa »1.07 U would cost you from tha catalog house, hot my
pries is Jest »1.00.’ The customer said that had
to him before, aad paid over tha »1.00. Than tha dealer stacks«
ap tho ax to the rack again aad turned away, thanking tha cus-
‘What are you putting it away for?’ *Why,’
tha storekeeper, t t I'm aeOtt« an tha aaasa conditions as tha
i yen win have to drive into town ten days from
now and gat H. But I go thorn people one better. Hera’s year
you went i t I just wonted to make tha compari
son plain all tea way through, that’s all.’ "
“The mail order hooaa dam not have to gat tha good will
o f any individual, bo his aaasa Sasith, Jones or Brown,“ aaid tha
Rolling Dollar, “ far its field fa unlimited, so tha
no protection aside from tho postal leant Bat tbo local
with limited possible customers, moot aad doaa go muck farther
to keep tha good will of hie people.“
BOUGHT R IG H T and w e only
ask a fair profit Wa serve yon promptly and art always
here to eee that yon are aatiefied.
Keep your money in yoar own community and it will re
turn to you quicker.
THE BUSY C O R N E R
Now is the time to buy a John
Deere Plow or Harrow
& V O N PEGERT
Suecam to medicine ' raliao solely on ita power to
ratters illness, according to tha danmnda of its purpose.
The keynote of «ureses to tha use of any medicine compounded by us, ia
to the fact that ovary drag used ia selected with tha knowledge at ita parity
and potency, and compounded according to moot scientific met hade by aM-
ci(n i j_
our work «ad the results obtained from
aad both ha and tha patient obtain tha results
F U H R M A N ’S P H A R M A C Y
LYONS & J O N E S
comers and attar unpatriotic remark*
regarding tha procedure of the United
State* in tha war with Germany ware
severely criticised in tha final report
at the Douglas County Grand Jury,
filed with Judge Hamilton at BoOe-
hurg on Decoration Day.
menting upon the alleged utterances
of these idlers,' the Grand Jury took
occasion to call their attention te a
chapter o f thh session laws o f 1911,
which provides for tbs arrest and
punishment of persons who are with
out visible means of living and who
have the physical ability to work.
In the concluding paragraph o f the
report, the Grand Jury recommends
that the sheriff and other peace of
ficers o f Douglas county arrest and
prosecute every person who is dotect-
sd uttering remarks against the flag
or criticising the Government.
the charitably inclinad. The County
court is helping «11 the Jew allows,
but with seven or eight young child
ren, several e^Jthsm sick, she is hav
ing a hard time to get along.
Oto t o la Wmi
S t Jam e« Episcopal Choreta
Trinity Sunday—June 3rd.
K. Sunday School, gave a dinner Fri
day evening. May 25 in the church
parlors, to honor o f Misses Ada May
Newell and Winnie Spencer, who are
soon te leave for their homes. The
rooms were beautifully decorated for
the occasion. A t 6 o'clock tha host
esses, Meodames Jackson, Richmond
and H. L. Johnson, invited the geests
to the dining room, where all enjoyed
a pleasant hour partaking of the good
dinner and visiting.
soars, and Mosdnmos F. Q,
Newell, o f Mellette, South Dakota,
Richmond. Jackson, Gary. Downs,
Johnson, Misses Winnie Sponsor, Ma
bel Bay, Ada Downs, Messrs. Bay
Boron Jackson and Alfred
Did you notice the gorgeous display o f
Flowered Hair Ribbons
we have on display in our window? Our assortment
o f all kinds is verjLComplete ranging from lc to S5c
a yard, the latter being the regular 60c quality.
Fknrarad Hair Ribbons, baaatiful designs,^*
* widths 5, 5K and 7 inches_______ 16, 20, 25, 90 and 86c yd
Christian Science Society.
Servirne s u t Sunday at 11:89 a. m.
Subject, “ Ancient and Modani Ne
Plain Ribbons, all color«, an widths op to
7 inches---------------- ------- ----------------- from 8c to 25c yard
Corset Ribbons------------------- — 5c a bolt, 6 yds. to the bolt
Be by Ribbon _ ------------------------------------------------ le a yard
Dainty and striking designs in Ribbons for every purpose.
They are boawtHe.
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MRS. B O N N IE W A L K E R , Prop.