The Coquille Valley sentinel and the Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1917-1921, October 10, 1919, Page 5, Image 5

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W ear— life— service— mile­
age—safety—comfort. These
are the thing« that count In
a tire.
These are exactly what yon
get in United States Tires,—
general dU-round tire satis­
faction.
This greater total of tire
values means greater econo­
my—less cost of maintenance
—less repairs and depreciation.
Car owners who do their
own thinking prefer United
States Tires. Their m erit'is
recognized everywhere.
W e hare them—a type and
size for every car.
We know that United States Tires are good tires.
The guardian sighed. Giro's
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charming.
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scription,“ ha in w rilal. “Tor you to
wWi la to hnvc— 1 « |t not. CaroUaer
There win a saddened not* In tto*
guardian'* vole*.
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But aa ah* drier* bar mm that after-
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nail dog of exactly I be kind ah* rta-
alred. cam* daahlag ant acaona a bar­
ren Held to bark fnrloualy at bar
Intrusion.
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animal ountlauad to bark, until at
langth It paaood-hoaathUssly, to llstan
Thst’s why we self them.
^ COQUILLE HARDWARE CO., Coquille,
' L. H. PEARCE, Myrtle Point, Oregon
LUCKY
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CIGARETTE
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tice the flavor— the whole­
some taste of Kentucky Burley
tobacco.
Try Franz* Batter Nat Bread
Today
Fresh shipment every day to
FARMERS UNION STORE
The First
Bottle 3 P
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W hy do so many “ regular
men“ buy L u c k y S tr ik e
cig a re tte s? T h ey buy them
for the special flavor of the
toasted Burley tobacco.
There’s the big reason— it’s
toasted, and real Burley. M ake
Lucky Strike your cigarette.
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