The Coquille Valley sentinel and the Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1917-1921, February 06, 1920, Page 7, Image 7

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i The tree waa out into six loss
three of which were 32 feet in
lehffth and three 26 feet The
amalleet log wan 66 inches fat
Tbs v«to to b* by ballot upon wfeick
•hall bo th» words “ Bonds- Yes” and
NOTICE TO BIDDBB8—SCHOOL “ Bond*—N o” ; and tbo voter ahal
plr.co a cross (X ) t d w i a tbo word
_ D18TB1CT BONDS ...
“ Bonds” and tbo word “Too” or ba-
twoon tbo word “ Bonds” and tbs word
“ No” which indicates bis choice.
| Tbo pells for tbo recept'on of tbo
ballots east for or against tbo ooa-
traction of. said indobtortnooo will, os
I said day aad dato aad a t tbo place
aforooaid, bo opoaod at tbo boor of
two o’clock p. m. aad remain open nn-
ttl tbo boa» o f ooroa o’clock p. » . of
tbo same day when tbo same shrJi bo
closed.
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By aadoc of tbo district school board
of Sehoel District No. S at Coos Coan-
ty, Oregon, made this 17th day of
Janaary, A. D., 1M0.
I
W. L. Kistner,
Mulkey W ill Not Resign
According to I aca I PMOfts
t«upt Mulksy ha. or w l i T S S
/ JUfl position nt once. The Meson
i given is that the salary is bat
NATIONAL THRIFT WEEK
Superintendent Mulkey mys
ithe above is incorrect so far se
the statement that he contem-
B f t a j resigning is concerned. It
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Benjamin Franklin’s birthday there wifl be a
whole west’s thrift campaign.
Jan. tttfc is to ba "National Lifwlnsurancs
Day.”
You don’t have to wait until that date,
however, to attend to that very important matter.
isrould have to resign after the
«court had cut her tramiing «a*
«nenne account, but the needed
>4unds were secured by shifting
'¿enough from the office expense
DktrtatJttfMtfNh BANKERS UFE COMPANY
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«e k e of « Band City
U Does anyone here Know, any
¿thing about the prise of property
fat Pacific CltyT N«*fl say they
.do. PToas Tacoma, Washington,
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G O I f O ’ Q U I C K ’S
The Houtefumuher
recently ««Burned from the Wil-
lamette •< tilley, «p o rts that
much of ik i fruit in that section
killed by the sold
I that tkersrwiU b ee
shortage of fruit as
tt is bound to send
a result
J. A . RICHMOND
that present indica-
16 D ob . Maean and »rinsm y V, gaL Jam, at $ lJ t
par dsA, while tfcay last
great things for
berries were killed by the cold
weather and this rounty has
hundreds of seres w iW t^ ton ly
need to bo p icked .— Myrtle Point
American. _______ __
low Port Orford
DR. C. W. END1COTT
Which
S h /'F i r r t 'N it a ll Bank B
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is authc
that th
mission
the imp
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ate Highway Com-
l«t the contract for
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Willard, hi*
via Willard,
t a n . .» t h .u * w:
stt& ss
Coot &
nuDD.ru» wade thta
The oceaaaout* wound tbs• bhrf
will likely be *dected and the
inh will coat around $80,000. it
Matte* Is hereby ghraa that at tha a Beiaa,
jk aal diatriet band election hereby [ Mary Wartly wx
aaOad to b* bald at th* City Hall. In 1
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Diatriet No. 8. of Oaaa IS 5 T M ^ G U lw ^ ia d L o a SIT
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