The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003, March 04, 1921, Page 2, Image 2

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    a ru sh and
for a short tim e this year. S tocks will be quickly
taken up and late com ers will be com pelled to waft
for shipments to arrive. This delay may mean loss.
If you know what you are going to want, better get
it now and be ready. O ur stocks are com plete
now and prices are low, quality considered.
John Aasen, o f CoquiHe, was la
town Tuesday and purchased several
carloads o f lumber from the f orm er
White Seed Oats
Red Clover
Red T od -Orchard Grass
Stemmier Miq,
Mrs. R. A . Annin, o f this city, who
underwent s m inor' -operation Inst
weak at Pemberton's hospital, was re­
moved to her horns Monday as she
Was much improved.
Mr. and Mffe. T . G. Sumerlin and
K daughter, Lucille, were in town from
Gravel fo r d Monday.
The Maeey-Baird Comedian Com­
pany, who are putting on their differ­
ent pinya here this Week, w ill also be
here the 7th, 8th, and 8th at next week
end will he st CoquiHe the 10th, 11th,'
12th and 18th. Their plays here am
being received with much applause
hnd appreciation and larger crowds
Bulk Garden Seeds
Stock Beets and Carrots
Eldorado Cocoanut Meal
Saturday or Monday, per top
ce for deliv-
LAST CALL for Sugar at $9.00 per
sack! Have you ordered?
- The A rago team is new, having just
been organised this year and three o f
the boys have never handled n basket
ball before this season. A great
o f credit is duo their couch, 01it
Beckham, fo r their success. Myrtle
Poland was the referee fo r Myrtle
Point and it was quick and snappy.
The A rago Grammar school team
has not y et been defeated by another
Myrtle Point there was a little M a­
unders tending due to the fa ct that at
the end o f the first h alf the time whs
%p but A rago had a free throw com­
ing from a fou l on M yrtle Point. They
made the point but die score keeper
did not count it. T h e re o f» the score
stood 6-8 at the end o f the game and
in playing o ff the tie, which Arago
should not have had to play, Myrtle
Point made one point m ore than A m
Great People in H istory Appreciate
Those plsytag at A rago were:, A ra­
go players, A lfred Cornwell, center;
Bart Gasner and Bob Doyle, fo r­
wards; Arthur Punier and Verdie
Smith, guards. Myrtle Point players,
Donald Istksy, center; W ayne Carver
and Slim my Gant, forw ards; Dannie
Barkiew and Clinton Mast, guards.
W e have the latest in W edding
Rings and Diam ond Rings
W. H. Schroeder &
the wound.
Mr. and Mrs. Rose came up to their
plaee Thursday. Their plane are to
ftx it up and live out here among the
beautiful scenery o f the East Fork.
W alter Laird and w ife went to Co­
quina Monday. A fter consulting a
doctor they will decide as to whether
she will have to go to the hospital.
The Sheppard-Towner bill forrth e
protection o f maternity and infancy
had a hard time getting through the
Senate. It is only s $2,000,000 propos­
ition fo r the mothers and babies. The
letter by Mrs. Kayes in Good House­
keeping fo r March is worth reading.
That '%howi what some Senators
don’t think o f mothers and babies.
There will be another Item next week.
M orris, the bond dealer o f Portland;
the bond dealers o f Spokane, one o f
whom killed him self; and BrindeU o f
New York, the labor lander, who
1 have a Com plete stock o f
He is survived by two eons, Prank,
o f MeKinley, O re.; W rt. M.. o f La
Habra, Cal.; and 2 daughters, Mrs.
E lls Mackey, o f Diamond, O re.; Mrs.
Minnie Hayes, o f Saata Ana, C alif.;
and Mrs. Alleo Plaid, o f Yaeuipa,
C alif. The eldest son, Ears, passed
on about fou r yu an ago la ¥ — as.
Hs also leaves •fifteen grand children
Myrtle Paint Births
; Dr. Pemberton think* this com ­
munity will not lack far Roosevelt
highway boosters in e few yea n , as
the follow ing little folks arrived here
during the past tan days who give
promise o f putting this section ahead:
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie T rigg, a b oy ; M.
and Mr*. Tom Kinnicutt, n boy; Mr.
and Mrs. Prank Neal, I b ey; M r. and
Mrs. Thomas Hatcher, a g irl; M r. and
Mrs. Momma Jacobsen, a g irL -M y r-
by buying the best
.en joyable, oodhl
appreciated b y t
M yrtle Point A
ers Ids Cowpsny pays, live or die.
A. T. MOSKI80S, DUtrirt A f.n t