The Coquille Valley sentinel and the Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1917-1921, October 24, 1919, Page 2, Image 2

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Mrs. Louis Corbin
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I Gaylord Saturday orti
Maria Waakly and t
iMyrUo Point, spant Bn
Ms Tripp, o f
sy in Gravai
IT is not our intention to urge the purchase o f
m ore than your reasonable requirements o f
Mrs. William Wlso a
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| Monday.
pretty and dainty station*
H A V E aome highly pretty things
ey are not freaks— ju st filled with
distinctive personality o f their own.
A s to varieties, we can suit all tastes in either «dors,
styles, sixes or price.
O f course there’s economy in buying the paper by the
ream with envelopes to match.
But, whatever your stationery require­
ments, we will take care of you correctly.
4iave you seen the
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B eautiful V ases, H an gin g B a s­
kets, Jardinieres and W all V ases
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depicting woodland scenes and nature studies on
display in our show window.
work o f art.
P rices ran ge from $2.00 to $5.00
Racket! Store
We have two
which you can’ t afford to overlook, Mr. Dairyman,
if you are going to need anything o f the kind.
One is a
7-h. p. Gas Engine
and the other a
No. 10 Ensilage Cutter
Come in see what bargains they are
Coquille Hardware Co.
Bring Me Your Hides!
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1 will pay the highest market priée—in cash—
for your hides.
1 can handle any quantity and
will pay for them on delivery.
Phone 731
Coquille, Oregon
Building Contractors
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receipt o f advice fr m the mills that there will
be a further advanc in the near future.
Coquifle, Ore.
Does Year Subscription Date Need Ctyngiog?
W e stilt have a fa ir supply o f
Cupid Flour
and we guarantee it to give you satisfaction or your
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money refunded
Remember the brand—
is fo give oar customers prices ax low as the
quality o f goods will permit.
Our grocery business is the largest in
County and oar operating expense correspondingly
Our purchasing
power enables us to give oar customers the advantage o f many attractive
buys, and this we do.
McKinley N otes. -
Our prices are right— we guarantee the quality o f
The Busy C om er
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Administration— License No. G 46545
Dairy mo
Have you heard about the Hartford
Livestock Insurance policy. Insure«
against death from disease, accident,
Are, etc. By ajl means insure your
/jraluable stock. Call on me or w rite
fo r rmtas. Geo. C. H uggins,‘ Marsh­
field, Ora.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman King visited
at Lao M ast's Saturday and Sunday.
Cartetoa Brown had business In
Marshfield Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Geo. Glens gave n birthday
dinner Sunday in honor o f Mr.
Glenn’s birthday. Those preeent were
Mr. and Mrs. Holmstrom and Anna,
Mias M yrtle Neely, Me. and Mrs.
Arthur Brown end Bobby.
Archie fh d Harold Shepherd wore
M yrtle Point visitors Monday even­
Mrs. Fred Mast visited her par­
en t!, Mr. and Mrs. D. Myers, at Lee |
several days last weak.
Most o f the farm ers are busy d ig­
ging potatoes this week.
Lyman King drove the truck fo r I
several days this weak, Elmer being |
on the sick lis t
W . S . 8 . Being Counterfeited
Counterfeit w er savings «tempe,
cleverly designed in replica o f tbs
regular government issue, hers bega
Plans and Specifications on Application
Estimates Furnished on All Kinds o f Buildings
Flour has ad­
vanced 40c per bbl. at the mill aud we are in
The W ilcox fam ily and Grandma
our goods and we give you service.
Laird started fo r Broadbent Sunday
m orning to spend tbs day bat broke
n spring bolt at Arthur Brown’s
place and had to return to tho black­
smith’s shop fo r repairs and did not
got started again until afternoon.
Tho officers that w art elected and
duly installed at our last Grange
masting were aa follow s: M aster, A r­
2 Phones— 691
United States Food
thur Brown; Overseer, Grant WOeox;
Lecturer, Leah Lawhorn; Chaplain,
Louisa Lawhorn; Secretary, Sarah
Forbes; Treasurer, M yrtle Glenn;
Steward, Henry Hansen; Assistant
Steward, Wm. F orbes; Lady
ant Steward, L issis M ast; Gats Keep­
er, Edn# Brown; Flora, Nellie Brown.
The regular day decided upon waa
J. E . Z. Fowle Marrtvd
tho last Saturday in each month.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Z. Fowls and
Saturday the Rad Croos ladies amt
children left Marshfield fo r their
at the hall and finished fou r quilts
home at Reaver H ill, haring bean ia
which will be sold at auction a little
tbs city over n igh t Mrs. Fow ls is n
later on.
Homer Shepherd, w h o' has boon
sick, is slow ly im proving.
Mr. sad Mrs. E l ten Robbins and
Mr. and M rs. Lea Goodman were Co-
quille visitors Friday evening.
Dennis McCarthy want to Marsh­
field Saturday in visit hit fam ily.
Mr. and -Mrs. Was. Mast spent Sun­
day visiting relatives at McKinley.
A lva Brown took his ensilage cut­
ter to Brewster Valley Saturday to
do several days’ cutting there.
Mrs. Sadie Shepherd has had quite
a stage o f tonafliUs, but ia all right
Judge J. L. Coke, a t Honolulu, was I
visiting old M ends at McKinley Mon­
Phone 1061
to that extent you should do so.
They come from a
well known pottery factory and each piece la a
flour, but if you have not taken care o f your
Loom W hitney was operated on for
I tonsils and adenoids last wask at D r/
I Clarks'* sanitarium.
Dr. Clark# was callod up to Grav-
| ol Ford Monday ssorning as Sam
Shook bad an attack o f pleurisy.
Mrs. L. A . Roberts, o f Ask!
I form erly o f this city, la visiting old
| friends and relatives kere now.
T . L. Lundy and w ife motored to
ICoqnille Monday afternoon to attend
[to some business there.
Bert Davenport, Verne Lundy, AlHe
I Bartlett, W ill and Dove M cNair have
ja il Ailed silos and many others are
ready or have filled theirs. g
Mrs. Reynolds* the fifth grade
rnchsr, and Mr#. Ruth Ting, the
(third grads teacher, spent tho week
end in Powers.
The teachers o f M yrtle Point hav.
ing returned from institute at North
Bond took up the school duties again
Karl Cuffman’s mother, o f Marsh­
field, spent Monday with Urn bare. I
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Medlock and
baby, o f Oakland, C alif., form ealy of
>wers, have moved bock again.
Their many friends will bo glad to
welcome them.
Erma and ' Audrey W agner, of
Broadbent, Ware M yrtle Point rial-
tors Monday oveahig.
Mrs. Ada Bondar, o f
NnX Monday evening in Myrtle
Mrs. John Grant, o f Gaylord, was a
M yrtle Paint visiter Monday Waning.
invasion o f the Pacific Coast by the
i spurious securities, the federal ip-
[serve beak o f Saa Francisco has is­
sued a coast wisemrarning:
' The counterfeit stampe are o f the
1919 issue, it is said. The stamps are
phetsgraphic productions in good
color, blue ink, but the fino linee be­
hind the portrait in the genuine ap-
pear in solid color in the counterfeit.
The perforations o f tbs genuin«
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