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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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N THE WAR
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Liberty Loan Bonds pay 31 per cent interest
and they may be had in any o f Hie follow
ing denominations: $50, $100, $ 5 0 0 , $1000,
$ 5 0 0 0 , $10,000, $ 5 0 ,0 0 0 and $100,000.
You can make a first payment as low as
Liberty Loan Bonds are the safest invest
ment in the world today. They are issued
by the United States Government and are a
mortgage on the United States o f America
—our country—the richest country in the
world. They are Unde Sam’s promise to
pay, and he is worth $225,000,000,000.
one dollar and have until A ugust 3 0 to pay the balance. M ost
Mg business houses will accept Liberty Loan Bonds sam e as cash
in payment for merchandise.
A MESSAGE FROM SECRETARY W . G. M’ADOO:
“W an cannot be conducted, without money. It is the first thinjr to be
provided. In this war it is the most immediate help—the m ost effective
help that we can give. . We must not be content with a subscription of
two billion dollars—we must oversubscribe this loan as an indication that
America is stirred to the depths and aroused to the summit of her great
ness in the cause of freedom. Let us not endanger success by complacent
optimism. Let us not satisfy ourselves with the reflection that some one
else w ill subscribe the required am ount
Let every man and woman in
the land make it his or her business to subscribe to the Liberty Loan im
m ediately, and if they cannot subscribe them selves, let them induce some
body else to subscribe.
Provide the Government with the funds indis
pensably needed for the conduct of the war and give notice to the enemies
of the United States that we have billions to sacrifice in the. cause of
“Buy a Liberty Bond today; do not put it off until tomorrow. Every
dollar provided quickly and expended wisely will shorten the war arjd save
human life /’
— W. G. M’ADO O , S ecreta ry o f th e T reasury
ASK ANY BANKER, POSTMASTER, EXPRESS COMPANY or MERCHANT FOR APPLICATION BLANK
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in Coquille, nothing farth er has been
done by the committees.
in the city lim its.
About 7,000,000 salmon fry are be
(Proni thn Coon Bop News.)
Aloz Evanhoff b o u g h t in a catch ing fed a t the South Coos river hatch
of »eallih Thursday. Ono of tho hali ery, and S u p t Frank Smith says nat
but in tho catch weighed 12# pomjde. they are all doing well.
The I. W. W. speaker who came
Andy P; Davis, formerly of Marah-
lia n t From the Bay.
land on the occasion of the big round
up which will be held there July 3 to
Twelve bottles of boose seised on
the steam er O. C. Lindauer, together
with some other liquor recently taken
in local raids, wore destroyed by Con
stable Cox Friday.
The Smith-Powers Logging Co. has
decided to be under the state compen
sation act. It will affect about ,700
men employed a t their campe, six of
which are in the vicinity of Powers,
and one camp a t Sumner.
are due, and can be cashed a t any
bank the same as a United States
Registered bonds are to be issued
SOPHOM ORE C L A SS, COQUILLE HIGH SCHOOL, *19.
* Senior CI bm Day.
fleld, Bandon and Coquille, is at pres
Last Friday a t 11 a. to. the Senior ent a lumber inspector a t Everett,
class inaugurated what they hope will
The city council has ordered the
become a regular feature of Com
mencement week in the Coquille High
School—th at of having a Class Day.
The exercises were held in the audi
torium and were preceded by an in
structive and interesting address to
the High School by Prof. Dunn, of the
University of Oregon. The program
was as follows:
Class Day—Ada Downs.
Talk— Mrs. Wise.
Vocal Solo—Miss Bay.
Class History—Leanaa Curry.
Class Prophecy—Myrtle Cunning-
dp al and interest, in . denominations
of 9100 , 9600, 91 . 000 , 96,000, 910 , 000 ,
960,000, and 9100 , 000 ; checks for the
amount of interact due will be mailed
out semiannually to the holders at
these registered boues.
concerned of their dutiee therein.
P articular attention is invited to the
duty of police officers to see th at all
male persons within the designated
ages have registered, and to report
those who have not registered to the
proper regietration board for such ac
tion as may be neceesary.
Inasmuch as the registration in the
state does not occur until June 5,
1917, the active dutiee of all police of-
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