The Coquille Valley sentinel and the Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1917-1921, February 06, 1920, Page 2, Image 2

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    easily contracts colds
and winter ailments
eliable Winter Tonic
fore proceeding with the elec­
tion. Henry A. Schroeder v u
elected president; P. W . Laird,
vice ppeeideni; A. C. Chase, sec­
retary and treasurer, Mid W. C.
Cutler and a H. Giles were
unanimously-chosen the other
two members o f the executive
A fter that canse the
signing o f the 1920 membership,
a f which there were some thirty-
odd names. It is the intention
o f the executive board that ev­
ery Person belonging to the club
wul nave soma part in committee
work during 1920, and they look
forward to the most successful
year the dub has ever had by
getting the entire community
back o f it. There were about
sixty people present, at the meet­
ing. It was held at the Unique
Mrs. Elixe Johnson died at
Powers late Sunday evening and
was buried Tuesday afternoon.
She was seventy years old.
A long distance sale was made
o f a Hamilton piano to Mrs.
Cleve Sumerlin. in Old Town,
Florida, by Henry A. Schroeder
last week.
Chester Miller came' home
Tuesday from Powers with his
collar bone broken.
Edwin Schroeder and Gus
Bender, o f Broadbent, were in
Myrtle Point Tuesday on busi­
Rodney Davenport, second son I
o f A. R. Davenport, was operat­
ed on at Dr. Clarke’s Sanitarium
Sunday afternoon.
J . 0 . Stemmier, o f this city,
was in Portland last week on I
business. He returned Sunday
Dewey Beyers, who has been
in Dr. Clarice’s sanitarium for
six weeks, has so far recovered
from his broken leg, as to be able
to go to the home o f his sisteif
Mrs. Scranton.
Just received a carload erf Molas­
ses in barrels for stock feed. Splen­
did results are being obtained in
various sections of the country
from feed molasses. It will pay
you to try a barrel.
now going on in our store.
at the store tomhrrow
and let the
lady show you the advantage in
using this splendid article.
have bought the Cheese Factory
and are. going to run it themsel­
ves h ereafter."
Dr. HorsfU L o f Marshfield,
was in town Sunday assisting
Dr. Clarice in an operation.. He
returned Monday morning.
Mrs. A shcraft taught school
Mrs. Ting's place Monday as
e was called away on account
i y Theatre
The clerk o f the school board
land the school directors here
have received a communication
from the state health officer, Dr.
David N. Roberg, o f Portland,
practically threatening that i f
they do not comply with the
state law by securing the vac­
cination o f all the pupils the
schools will be ordered closed, so
that the board has had no option
__ „e x c e p t to order the vaccination
called another o f
Dr. House, to
Dr. Hoberg says that owing to
prevelance o f smallpox
I^ewellen’a con- 1,1 **** Bt*te, it is the intention o f
to r ÿ -
ch improved.
Provisions o f the
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law which gives them author-
Stlll Active
«ty to take all steps they deem
•Inecessary to preserve the public
N. Harry, the health. They are going to in-
a remarkable sist that every child that has not
New Farm Machinery
Just received a shipment df John Deere
Spike Tooth Harrows
Spring Tooth Harrows
Thomas aad Van Bruit
horse Seeders
1-horse Seed Drills
horse Corn Gultivatofs .
Coquille Hardware Co
fits as well as If she had a mod- by the secrel
era plaster o f Paris drees form I proposed ami
on which to shape it.
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which does r
We wonder how many o f the | atitution. ^ ]
rising generation will be fitting
their own garments as late in
life as this pioneer woman.
Dr. Phiffipe Back at Work
Dr. PhjDips, o f North Bend
has sufficiently recovered from
that skull-cracking blow, or fall,
to resume work at his dental of-
flee. H. G. Kern has been held to
the grand ury on a charge o f as-
sault and battery in this case.
Hfe is under $300 bonds. It is in-
timated that a big damage suit
will follow the dispisltion o f the
criminal charge in this case.
Two for a penny, penny apiece, four, three and two
for a nickel, and 6c, 10c, 16c and 26e *pjr a
Four years ago there Were 28,-
000 acres o f land put aside by
the government for homesteads,
taken from the Umpqua forest
reserve in Lane county. L. E.
Dole has been about this tenri-
tory locating the homesteaders
and departed Tuesday morning
with three men, J. Id le r , A . R.
Willard and O. R. Farris, who
are contemplating the purchase
Sunset and the Sentinel $3 for el of some of the lend. The piece
nw. The regular priee of f t
lie knows ss Hem*». Record.