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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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H ow the Fainn
By RUTH GRAHAM
C I m A i dullhii ilii**g i— * WHfc
The Oregon Fanner ~
- Ilin lH T n il Opportunity to Its Readers
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Alb. Schrader .
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W. E. Croaa
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ThcM cattle were all Jerseys.
Items From the Bay.
(From tha Gaga Bay Na
The Breakwater was raided early
Saturday morning while lying at
Terminal wharf, by Sheriff Gage and
local officer». N o liquor waa found
New Oregon poUtom mare 214
cents In Portland last weak. Accord-
lag to government reporta tho potato
crop w ill bo short all over the state,
with very few exceptions,
ay ha higher, became ao fa r m O r*,
gon it concerned there w ill not a aur-
plus of potato—
abteto « ah
J. A. Egenhoff, who bought tho 12
boilers in the Southern Oregon Co.
mill at Empire fo r old iron,
tho work o f removing them tea
Tho baiters ware cut apart with
acetylene torch, and tho iron, which
dgha over 100 tons, mm mowed to
North Bond fo r shipment to San Fran-
THE SENTINEL, One Y<
THE OREGON FARMER,
A ll furnished fo r $1.50 to subscribers
paying strictly ONE YEAR in advance
It waa announced Friday that W . J.
Conrad and A . E. Adelsperger, who
had purchased 800 acme o f apruc# tlm-
ber on the Umpqua from the Wade
••U te, had sold it to the « « . A .
Wooden ware Co., which owns a largo
tract o f timber adjoining h. Owing
to the great demand for spruce, it is
thought that the
am o f their
holdings in Com and Douglas counties.
(From the Gold B and Reporter.)
C. H. Buffington and Fred CaughaU
took charge o f tho telephone system in
Curry on the first o f last month.
Eleventh in tho seal* fo r wealth
per child, Curry county stands the last
o f the 84 counties in the amount
raised fo r its shcool children, with
only one-third o f tho average o f the
state, which io »27.80.
F R IE N D S IN T H E
Both canneries on the river have
cleaned up on tho pack o f spring fish,
ing and are getting ready fo r fa ll
operations. Dm Maeleay cannery is
reported as having pet up in the
neighborhood o f 20,000 cases, and tho
upper cannery about 7,000 cases, mak
ing K a profitable season fo r both, as
prices for canned salmon are quoted
ITS W EEKLY VISITS
BOUND TO INTEREST THEM
IN THIS COUNTRY
With wool at 60 cents and chittim
bark 7 cents, considerable haa boon
•hipped out o f her* the pest month
Several tons o f chittim bark is now
on hand ready for shipment, the good
price obtained having been an incen
tive to quite a number o f people to
dry large amounts this summer. Some
digitalis has also beau dried and ship
ped out as an experiment, and if
prims prove satisfactory, another see-
TO YOUR FRIENDS WHO ARE NOT
THEY WILL BECOME
INTERESTED IN IT TOO.
THE SENTINEL, COQUILLE, ORE.
don that thte devtoa often k—de to tha
«tenneery o f tha guilty party. Tha M
M at an aventa, mora hnrnene thau tha
erdaal c f boUtng water, to whieh ao-
A i »- »* - .
Stop endangering your
life as well as the lives
o f others. When streets
are wet, always “ chain your car to
safety.” Take no chances. Equip all
four tires with
W e e d skiSi C h a i n s
Tbe ONLY Positive Safeguard Against Skidding
Safety demands that
all tires be equipped
with Weed Chains. It
doesn't require the gift
o f second sight to see
why thte is true. Rub
ber slips—never grips.
It slides on wet pave
ments and roads like
a cake o f soap on the
A c —ew
It te a grand g ift to be able to naJle
as tbe pleasant man or wqpan moll
it te not tbe stereotyped -duty smite”
o f soctoty; Il h not tbe patronlztag
■mile o f calete— toterance h t the
palnfal amila o f bored politeness.
Eathrys—1 don’t r a why tbay mad
m many rebeer— le for tha Sarah
Strongam and Percy Pinfeather wed
ding- K itty—That’s ao they won’t
laugh when aha promtem to okay htm.
Rubber la c k s the
to prevent skidding,
while W eed Chains hold
on like a bull dog, pre
vent side-skid and drive
slip. Equip both front
and rear tires with
Weed Chains. Do it
today—before it's too
«mm m mi—--f or ett m
For Sale By
COQUILLE litiO E & SF0RTIN6 600DSC0.
C. A . SICK ELS, Mgr.
COOS & C U R R Y
F A IR
M Y R T L E P O IN T
Agricultural Exhibits, F ru it Ex*
hibits, L ive Stock Parade, Hogs,
C attle and Poultry, Farm Ma
chinery Exhibits, Public School
E xhibits and a rattlin g good
LOW BOUND n i r FARES
w ill be on sale from all station*
Cushman to Pow er* inclusive,
•lao Bandon to M yrtle Point and
return, from September 10th to
Return lim it September 17th.
local agent fo r particular*
Moot magasines now com* with the
red notice printed on an upper corner
of the cover that the government re
quires ss g condition to carrying them
to tho soldier boys at the front for
one cant. Stick a groan stamp mar
that notim and dnep the copy that
has interested yen in tbe peat offi>*
MeaawhOo David «o d a m i to tatet and Uncle So— w ill do the r a t, and
p ta « H whare H w ill afford fm trae«
hte own*trees AM n o T m ed 'h » a tte* tion aad antertainmsat to men who
tha ha g a je kte santo— ta d m « who m e risking their Hem to hmure «hat
we aaay live safely and in the enjoy-
jOm day DavM bandai Ma w ife *
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and Diarrham Remedy.
"**W hat hi tkte f w r aho aahad.
Chamhorlain’* Colic and Diarrhow
-Sweetheart- ho «M . “* te the
amount o f my «H ags tuition with te Remedy waa mad hy my father about
*1 have t o m m r M a « I M M
General Paaeenger Agent, Portland
SOUTHERN PACIFÌC LINES
A WORD to the WISE
Trial hy Orient.
t f a theft takca place In a Japanern
homehoM aU tha aarvanta are requlred
to wrlte a cartata word wlth tha m e
brmh. TW eooecieoce la auppoaad to
hatray Ma working, to tbe war— o f tha
Maograpba writte*. Traclng aa ideo-
graph toroir— auch aa effort of m
-whirled oo «(UddliuE tires
Into a disastrous crash
Item* From Curry County.
SHOW THE PAPER
It May Happen
to Vours ~
W h e n you need neat, n e w an d
nifty Letterheads, E n velopes,
C ircu la rs or other advertising
m atter, The Ceqaille Valley Seatiiel is
re a d y to fill the b ill W e also
have a large stock of Business Cards, Fine P a
pers and Envelopes, plain or linen finish, and can
give yon something neat for your office stationery
Q U A LIT Y PRINTING
SÄ Does You Subscript»!! Date Need Chugiag?
w ed .
Bo hm great fe ltb in - this
remedy,” w r it « Mrs. W . H. Williams,
Stanley, N . T .