The Coquille Valley sentinel and the Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1917-1921, December 12, 1919, Page 4, Image 4

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F IH ß S & MERCHAN1S SANK
O F COQUILLE, OREGON
F or Y O U R C O N V E N IE N C E — Open from 9:00 A . M
until 8 :00 P. M. N ot closed * t Noon.
RANKING SERVICE
no Industrie«
o f a b ility to
Eaatara «totea and C aliforn io. T h e ««
fsrtorios pay w a g «« which a r* attrac­
tiv e to th eir op erative«, but which in
the m ajority o f oaaoe a n only tho
minimum w a g « fixed by tha state In­
dustrial Commission, wag e « which
would bs Increased m ore than So per
cent by the adoption o f the proposed
constitutional am endm ent Such a SO
JUJjgm t i » : :
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Gardner’s Garage!
you can have
possible fo r m any o f these factories
to con tin as in business. In what in­
dustry w ill th eir proasnt em ployee
find em ploym ent?
■ A national minimum w age law .
fram ed as H would be a fte r hsaring
and oareful consideration by Con­
gress, would place the industries o f
a ll tho states so an equality. Such a
constitutional amsndment as is pro­
posed fo r Oregon, proposed w ithout
public h ea rin gs.or legisla tive consid­
eration by| representatives o f the
w hole people, would sim ply discrim in­
a te against Oregon Industry.
Any Kind of Battery
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p j A R G « , v:
PA IR E D
SEALED
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Batteries oi all kinds for sale
next w eek ere heard do a ll side« and
wa learn t b it e a t Coquille man ha*
prepared fo r the M fe e t tid al w a ve
th at is threatened by loading U s au­
to w ith provision» and je t t in g h ie
lampe tri aimed and ready to burn, so
that he can speed up the Koseburg
rend whan tha riv e r begins to rise.
3. F ield Dem onstration« P ro je «t—
Dem onstrate suitable varieties o f
corn; dem onstrate valu e or fe rtilis e rs ;
dem ontrations on potatoes; demon-
sta tio n s on a lfa lfa .
4. P u blicity
P ro ject— Com m unity
F airs; Community E xhibits at Corn.
Show; Com m unity E xhibits a t County
P a ir; Community Exhibits fo r State
Fair.
n E-Day
Windshild Cleaner
$1 50
eans windshields
Ids quickly and thorongly on rainy
days.
the
"T h a t predictions o f disaster and
«van destruction o f the earth as n
result o f tho planetary disturbance
about Decem ber IT should net disturb
anybody's penes o f ariad, is the opin­
ion o f Profeoeor B. H. M cA lister,
hand o f the d ip srtmsn t o f m echanic!
end astronom y e t tho U niversity.
com m enting on Profeoeor Portals
prediction o f disaster to fo llo w ia the
wake o f sun spots caused by the jux­
taposition o f a ll the la rger planets
an the sem e side o f the sun Eearth-
quehm, volcanic disturbances, flood«
and electric storm s have been pre-
dieted as e result o f the peculiar gra vi
itatiooal pnB sews i d b y tbs unusual
situation o f tbs planets.
"T h ere e re alw ays spots prseent on
tbs sun,” sxplalnsd Professor M cAl­
ister, "and, although it is trus that
ths planets w ill be in the specified
position this month, it is doubtful i f
any aerioua disturbances w ill be oc­
casioned on the earth as a re s u lt*
omic waste alone about 3600,000,000
annually.
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Moss than 1 ,000,0« persona in this
country are su fferin g froth active ta -
berculosis rig h t now.
It menaces every com m unity, every
home and every individual.
And yet tuberculosis is curable and
preventable,
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It ia spread la rg e ly by ignorance,
carelessness and neglect.
The N otional Tuberculosis A ssoci­
ation and its 1000 affiliated state end
local organisations w age a continu­
ous, w inning w ar on tuberculosis.
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FOR H O USEW IVES W HO CARE
fo r th eir own health
“ Tan can easily own a modern, la b o r-a evta j E lectric Cleaner.
T e lephone 71 fo r details a f tha dealers’ special offer
M O U N T A IN
STATES
POW ER
COM PANY
——
' U p e evidently ere not taken b ite
consideration, so a Pullm an porter or
a w aiter or w SWreee who receive« tips
would s till be paid the minimum, or
tho em ployer would be subject to fine
scionre into tne nead o f his young
son and never overlooked an oppor­
tunity to use some everyday, happen­
in g to illu strate some principle o f me­
chanics.
On this particular occasion, chanc-
Ifo apprentice, worth hardly his in g to apy a peddler pushing a hand
s a lt while he was learning his trade, cart, tha g rea t inventor cried:
eenld find any em ploym ent unless he
"N ew there’s a good exam ple.
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don't suppose you. can toll me why na
pushes the cart instead o f pulls i t I
don't know whether the man him self
could answer. I l l ask him.”
“ M y good man,” said ths inventor,
turning to tha peddler, "w h y do yea
push the cart rather than p all It ? "
"Cause I s ta te da bom , you damm-
na fo o l," was the unscientific though
Do you remember “ S lick er," th<
freckle-faced kid in the "Unpardon
n b l« S in t,"
H e's M ary P fck ferd ’i
si de-kicker in "D addy Lon g Legs.’
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ST R O N G
E V ID E N C E
“ A Stitch in Tfane saves N in e"—
D on't D elay— uee Doan’s Kidney
P ills -
P ro fit by this nonaby resident’s ex-
Pei ! eTBonney. AM Sixth A V s, W „ Eu­
gene, O reg., says: “ K idney trouble
v U c k started by liftin g heavy tim ­
bers end a fa ll which wrenched m y
beck, put m e dawn and ea t m ove than
“N ow ls theTime to Do It”
Raya the Good Judge
Go to real tobacco—
the small chew with
the rich tobacco taste
that lasts a long Hms»
It wttLcost you less to
chew thap ordinary
tobacco« Any man
who uses tho Real
Tobacco Chew wilT '
teU you that
Art Up in Two Sfyim
ie m short-cot tobacco
W-BCUTM a long fine-cot tobacco
R IG H T C U T