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About The Coquille Valley sentinel and the Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1917-1921 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1917)
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W e Have In Stock
« Orchard Grass.
Italian Bye Grass
White Clover & Alsyke Alsyke
If you expect to sow any of these varieties, better
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Fresh, sound and Host we got daily
auppUea of the ehoieat Vegetables the gar
dens afford, and we eater to the beet families
who seek quality in their food at all times.
If you buy hère ones you will trade been reg
ularly, for there are none to compete with ua
GET T H E M N O W
in garden stuff at all season» of the year.
W. H. LYONS
We have a limited supply of vetch at 5c per pound.
First National Bank Building
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attract aO aorta of
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It wiU prove a good boy.
Oat and Vetch Hay
G o o d s
Better take advantage
from the drug
As we make a specialty o f nursery goods you can
probably do better here than elsewhere.
W e have
everything and our goods are the best procurable.
Tommy Soot injured Ma hand in
A lfa lfa Meal
Soya Bean Meal
Naming Bottles, Bottle Fittings, Tub
ing, Nipples, Pacifiers, Infant Foods,
Baby Pbwdon, Puffs, Baby Soaps,
Everything fo r the health and comfort o f babies at
prices that are rig h t
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The Rexall Store
Front and C Streetá
Phones 691 and 541
c u m running with the gun in bis
hand snying, “ Papal thorn’s another
d*ar la tha garden," and papa shot the
deer which was fat.
Miss Lei (a Miller, of Coquiile,'WM
here Thursday oa business end meet
ing a few friends, going home the
The man with pronounced pro-Ger
man proclivities has e cold time in
It is thought that the next Liberty
Loan Drive will be more successful
bars than the ascend for the reason so
many have not yot taken and those
who have already and have time to
think of it will want more.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Stemmier drove
down to Sendee and returned Thurs
Mrs. La whom, a sister of Mrs. Ed
Lewelien, is hors from bar home in
McKinley tor a a couple of weeks’
Mrs. Nancy Barker’s breed store is
being enlarged with the thought of
Increasing end adding now lines to
The sick at the Arrington home are
very sick, Uncle Jerry Haines, James
Arrington end the granddaughter, and
Mrs. Arrington is vary tired and worn.
The big rick of myrtle lumber on
the Christensen property is being
sawad to_stove Wood end sold. It is
not in good condition for furniture.
H. W. Fisher, now o f Patterson,
Calif-, says he’s coming back. He is
ono o f tho boot dairymen who ever
C. E. Hating, Dy. W. D.
Dr. Clarke Giles went to
Marshfield Wednesday night to be ini
tiated into the “ Homed” Order of
Elks. They ware ~ ie e li ~
EKon Corbin, tho fifth son of his
■ o th er now makes a hand In the
W E ARE
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upK racy usucry w.
Kmtfn Price; Corporal Marian Young,
I mt squad— Inaa Bunch, Kathleen Mul-
▼iMO, Note Lanmy; Corporal Varna
Mast, bar squad—Mary Pike, Winnie
Carry, Hattie Bwatt, Miaa Fitmgerald,
Mm. Mulkey; Corporal Bra Sugg Cur
ria, bar squad—Dorothy Wstson-Tut-
tla, Bra Sehroador, Clara Sherwnad,
Gladyi Treedgold, Winifred Spancar.
Mrs. Dorothy Tuttle was ale^-’ ad to
Ml the racancy an Treasure - .The
ofiteers, Leader Ada Newell, . .«tant
Loader Edna Harlocker, f vretary
Gladys Heeler, will keep their reaps*
thro plates until ihe iprinr election.
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