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About The Coquille Valley sentinel and the Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1917-1921 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1917)
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yoa ix p i m when yog are in the right clothes.
T o be in style all the while h a real accompüsh
vorably known jfouoi man, and Mr.
Mevley in not known known to tko
w rit* / but bo was born in Tennooooo
This is the season when we are able to sup
ply you at reasonable prices with many
things that would be luxuries at other times.
better than we can in type,
ive a big assortm ent. Suits
in the right way, We arecouviaced that our cash plan
i waat to eeaviaee YOU.
is RIGHT, sad
shipm ent, or a month’s trial Is better, w ill prove to you
that our branch— COQUILLE— has, la the short tim e
we have been operating, done much toward putting the
DAIRY BUSINESS on the PROPER BASIS.
delay, but atari Beading your cream to ue. PRICE TO
DAY FOR BUTTERFAT delivered CoquiDe. •
48c per pound
T. S. TOWNSEND CREAMERY CO.
We wish to announce t in t we are operating your
own HOME CREAMERY and have spent much tim e,
effort and money getting it equipped with the bent o f
everything that we m ight bent serve your interests.
We are giving the sam e honest w eights sad testa we
always did and prompt cash paym ents. We have the
same competent buttermaker aa ever and IF DESIRED
Henry BeUoni will receive your cream and
at tl)« very highest price for botterfat.
ora bring* the bituminous coal from
the Eden country to which he is rail
road building it will bo yet bettor.
George Sigsby and family, of
Stringtown, have gone by automobile
to th at delectable country Shastg
Valley, Calif., to make their home.
Miss Sylvia Root and bar brother, Ira,
have gone wi(h them to see the coun
try and visit relatives.
A “Blue Jacket'’ sjhom people said
is Bert Clinton, son of DeWitt Clinton,
has this week been In town meeting
his many friends during the short
time he has leave.
The Bryant son is here this week
and says ho is not yet ready far an
other automobile overthrow.
Chat and Will with their families
went to Band on beach Saturday even
ing returning Monday morning. They
camped. We tasted some of the mus
sels they knocked off the rocks—de
Young men, Robert Jones
and Roberts, of Cottage Grove, stal
wart-like hiked here and next to Ban-
don. They are friends of the Lundy
family and helped the good time on
Mr. and Mrs. A1 A. Anthony are
here from British. Columbia and will
locate a t Remote.
W. H. Cariilp says he has corn 15
feat high and his wife couldn’t reach
the top with a hoe. Mr. C. had evi
dently boon working the bottom and
then Prank Pearson said he had dug
a spund that measured 8.4x4.
Lae Hollenton, of Eugene, “carrying
a drummer” through here says'We'rs
very green comparatively.
Ths present railroad depot is far
too snwll. In inclontsm w m ttkr ths
patrons have not sufficient room and
in ths o co ths officers seem to be
rolling together and wo all know the
freight room is inadequate, but the
company has used a lot of paint—new
paint of Its fa ros its est ers . We need
a new building.
Mr. and Mrs. Annin and family, who
have boon up north on a several
weeks’ trip returned last Friday after
having enjoyed a fins outing and vis
iting relatives end friends end ere
new pleased to bo home from ths
-dust end heat. You will now sea Rob
ert at the window of the Bank of Myr
Mrs. WilUe Connor end Claire came
in with the Aaaia family te meet
their many friends, far they formerly
James Kelly, of British Colombia,
Practically everthing, whether local or Cali
fornia products^ now being within reach of
all, there is not anything better at this sea
son than cood fruit W e have it.
Everything the market affords and prices righ t
Busy Com er Grocery
Front and C Streets
C oquille, Oregon
Phones 691 and 541
of Psirfleld, Iowa, and was 85 yu an
Cld, the chief of ths telephone
force, is off for her vacation for a few
weeks. She will resuscitate a t Mc
Kinley. Mrs. Gaines, of North Bead,
w ill be substitute.
Yonng Mies WarUSr, daughter of
Charlie W arner of Rendon, had ade
noids and tonsils n o w re s by O. B.
Clarke this week. "
This year the most of the tomatoes
Max Dement end family heve re m a ned hare are home grown—not so
m ad front Portland. Mr. Dement many from California.
as interested In the Dement train
If you road the premium list of the
C. * C. Pair you’ll want to he there.
Get one a t the Farm ers store.
Fellows who think they’re “sm art
er” get the dem, ead the bucks out of
season but ths judge Shows thsm th at
it if another quality.
Camas farmers am filling us up
with w heat Dorn anyone mmsmber
W e Pay Portland Prices
at oar pleat AT COQUILLE. YOU PAY NO EXPRESS
TO PORTLAND ON BUTTERMILK. You get your
buttermilk back from us free. Do bariaseu with jrour
home creamery whose money is invested in your home
Coq aille, Oregon.
and nearly fifty hornee wit!
contents. The total leas is
a t 8800.000, by a commute.
in the fact th a t from $7,600.00 to
610JMO.Q0 will be required, after cut
ting the relief to the bom in order
th at the situation may be relieved.
ia not such ms ws feel the people
should give. Kindly make all rem it
tances to ths Cltissns National Bank,
Baker, Oregon, who will receipt for
all sums sent. Will you not come to
our aid a t this time.”
George is doing h —1st him.
Mrs. Lane, Mrs. Ingalls and Miss
Audrey Lundy am expected home
from the south Monday next after
several weeks’ visit.
Nowl Everybody come to Urn Fair.
Wedaeeday, Thursday, Friday, Satur-
Of the tourist automobile* having
their tanks filled with gasoline the
most of thsm now are going East.
The champion Baccaree, (corpora
tion plow-riding), is Vivian Mast.
When he gets aero he lata George
Rubber T ire , city, Akron, Ohio, but
for the last nine months here, leave
here Thursday for Portland and then
to Long Beech, Cal. They will travel
in their own ear.
Jacob Nelson, of Wyoming, ha*
bought the old Border house on the
Mil and will bring his family who
a r t now living near McKinley.
J. O. Stemmier this week sold the
Neel house on Maple street to Solo
mon Culver after he had sold hi* on
the corner of C street and the Rose-
burg road to Reuben Roup.
E. B. Lane a t the Parmer* «tore
offers for sale a I860 piano in perfect
order and tune.
may consult Jam es Lewellen about it.
The owner is in the east end doe* not
wnnt to pay freight there. The pres
ets! price is 8250.
The W. C. T. U. met Tuesday with
Mm- W. G. Rouse. There were ten
C. C. C. ship« 4 ears of mixed stock
wssk to Portland. He is a "ship-
Mrs. Sarah Melton, a sister of the
Bay brothers hare, from Idaho and
whose life was despaired of, is now
rapidly mending to the joy of her
Mr. and Mrs. 0 . 1). Flintge, rela-
tivas of the Perkins family, who have
*>een visiting here for several weeks,
will leave next Monday ’o r their home
»t Parkfleld in ChoJame valley, Cal.
TYteir spn and daughter, Donald and
L * "» . am with them.
John Fletcher’s smalt boy >ad a few
Dr. Bunch ia off to Portland fot
examination for all that he will prac-
* * •* • den tist
Dr. Pemberton treated Carl Mare
lock for a broken noee caused by n
■tone thrown by John Hatcher.
« » P ie of pieces of bona warn extract
•d and two stitches worn necessary.
THs occurred Saturday night.
John Royer, father of Mrs. Wesley