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About The Coquille Valley sentinel and the Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1917-1921 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1917)
Your Prosperity depends on
your CROP, you m ust have
fully requested. We in sore that • trial,
after inspection, trffl result in enlisting you
as a permanent customer. Our goods are
eliooan bgr us with a etew to tlisfr penaet pus
ity, and we are thus in a position to offer
them to our customers with s guarantee.
We do not shelve our goods for future sales,
but make a point of having everything fresh
right along. .
The car shortage is growing worse and it may not be
possible to get shipments when needed. This is seri
ous: DON’T TAKE CHANCES.
We have on hand now a small amount
of Vetch, Timothy, Italian Rye Grass,
Red Clover, Burn Mixture and Orchard
Grass. Only a little left
First National Bank Building
Can ik o fill erden fer Algyke and White Clover,
year @ 271-2 cento
Just received a car of Ea&tetfn White Oats,
reasonable flow; but going very fast
as GIVEN A WAT
GOME AND GET TOUR COPT
Front and C Streets
Phones 691 and 641
Do you know wh»t your oowi mm you? What it
has coat you in labor and material to put your crap on
the market? Hava you at your hand information con
cerning your buaineaa affaire that will enable you to
intelligently and readily guida your next year's busi-
extracting Ita fang« and keeping It
far a pat and mascot.
The aacond eon of Dr. and Mrs.
Oilea, a little fallow, put tome washing
tablet, in watar and drank it U m
•vault waa poison and it required Dr.
Pemborton’a beat aarviea tosave the
B. E. Mieth, one of the contractor*
building the high bridge, la on the
ground thia weak and is plaassd to
have a man like Mr. Duff to auperin
This school conducts a Home 8tody course for the
farmer and dairyman. Its purpose is to.teach you in
a remarkably short time by mail and personal contact
a brief, yet absolutely modern and complete system of
farm accounting. The cost is very slight The time
occupied by you in securing this knowledge would In
Drop ug a Une for particulars. This request will
not obligate you in any manner. Simply ask about
Farm Accounting By Mail.
Miss Beth Wads, a long time with
the Myrtle Point Hotel, goee home
thia week and Mias Mary Paarson will
imw paaa out the pure food—to the
Mon but they are named “Sears" and
“Roebuck" as there waa not
a library and no new* papera in tha
houae. Tha parents were delighted
whan they thought of these names and
no doubt the twina win be.
Send the Sentinel to Jf. E. Grissom,
Alder Springs, poatofflee. Myrtle Point.
He baa been reading tha neighbors’
but wants one of hia own. Ha takas a
year of H. „
Lao Wagner with Ms family haa
moved to Powers and Sterling Wag
nsr, a young» son, ia now with Ms
mother on tha roach.
E. C. Boberto moda Us monthly trio
A. O. Hooton, of Bridge, waa in
to Thursday shipping a package of hia
of. choicoot driod fruit to hia father in
John says the road to Coquill« is
•oft in tha newly made and ungravel
led parte and that more gravel or
planking or both are all that will save
tha auto stags Una.
3 . W. West, of Norway, (a In this
weak with • bodily grouch but was
good natnrad about K. He will «aw
and split atova wood all tola winter.
It may be of
to young men
to hpau^tha* two young Unties Vere
sararaty poisoned by anting ice cream
Those affable people, the Woodmen
of America, win givs a free dance and
free eating at their hall Friday night.
These don’t often come around, at
A high class entertainment waa giv
en here in tha Unique Theater under
tha auspices of the Bed Cross Society
in which Miss Arloine Andrews aang
as we seldom hear in Myrtle Point for
strength, harmony and aweetneas, and
Mian Bonnie Francis Smith gave sev
eral A m renderings far reading. They
with Mr». Elisa Long, who la with
tha*, wars afterward received at the
home of Mrs. M. O. Stemmier, aided
by noma friends. Light refreshment*
On the eve of Oct. Slat an enjoyable