The Coquille Valley sentinel and the Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1917-1921, October 11, 1918, Page 5, Image 5

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    >tate necessity tor So many
at few people think of being
ive In stock a Flashlight for
e hi and select youfs.
Fibre Case, $0c, $*.40 Metal Case, It. IS, 12.06
>!■ .
r Flashlights
Metal Case 2.05, 2.25
its, 90c, **.15.11.50
3-cell Batteries, 50c
Box 612, CoquiUe, Ore.
CUro Heller come heme loot Satur-
«Uy for a few «bye* vielt with hone
fWke. This is her first visit boose
since Inst July.
Mrs. I* A. La whom, visited in Co-
chairman, 8£80 pounds; North Bond,
Mrs. C. >. Winsor, chairman, 1,410
pounds; CoquiUa, Mrs. ? . A. Lamb,
chairman. 1164 pounds; Bandon, Mra.
L. W. Tunbull, chairman, 1620
pounds; Myrtle Point. Mrs. M. W.
Bony, chairman, 1,0«» pounds; Pour-
era, Mra. Hcioa M. Uddoll, 760
poundo; Gold Baach, Mrs. NoiUa St.
M. Litt!er, 104 pounds; Denmark, Mrs.
i. 8. Capps, 400 pounds; Brookings,
Mrs. Croat, 184 pounds; Langlois, Ja-
netto T. Thrift, 800 pounds.
n o t ic i or cm c a u c u s .
Notice is hereby given that o caucus
wifi be hoM in the council chambers
of the City Hall, in the City of Co-
quille, Coos County, Oregon, on Tues­
day, the 22ndday of October, 1918, at
the hour of 8 o’clock P. M„ for the
purpose of nominating candidates for
officers of said dty te*e elected a t the
next regular election, to wit: a mayor
filling silos in Brewster Valley. '
On n recent trip to Myrtle Point 1
was surprised to see the amount of
grading that has been dene on the
rood from Gravel Ford. The rood is
*ty wedding took place
Of Mrs. H. F. Johnson,
I Street, Vallejo Cal.,
tab, Mias Vtrda Calkins,
*d. Nebraska, waa unit-
Harbor Discredit« Figure«.
T here Is more C atarrh In this section
U m country than all other dtaoaaas
put toeothar. an* (or rear* it w as sup
ed to he incurable. Dorters prc«crlde«J
Last week we quoted the Polk pin
remedies, and by constantly faiUnf
County Directory settmnio of the weal
cam with local treatm ent, peoaounead
C atarrh la a local Qtioasa,
I population of the dtiee of Cooo coun-
g rea t!/ influenced by constitutional con­
I ty. The figures for North Bend and
ditions and therefor» r equired conatltu-
tloaal treatm ent. H alf* C atarrh Medi­
Marshfield, 4,600 aad 7,800 certainly cine.
m anufactured by T. 1. Clwner A
. sdtemed big enough but wo did not see CO., Toledo,
Ohio, » O constitutional-
; fit to qtseetlon them, in view of the hun-
i deeds of men^he shipyards have called
. there. The Cooo Bay Harbor, of
I North Bond, however, referring to