The Coquille Valley sentinel and the Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1917-1921, February 06, 1920, Page 9, Image 9

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    Attractions for the week of
Sat., Feb. 7 th to Fri., Feb. 13 th
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“I’LL GET HIM YET"
Featuring1 DOROTHY GISH
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Our p rM M a rc all heated by « tea« which never
bMMMB he* enough to M arch. If you were to hoU
a coesa mar ailh orar the steam ing a p a rt of year
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bottle, the » te a « , would not Injure the
fabric. Wo nao the a u a a te a « la our laundry.
W ith jta help we are able to give a beautiful lu .tr .
to year werk with sever a brawn-tinted acar «o
mar it.
Wo will do TOUR ironing Uria steam-heated t i V
If y on wiU aend year family bundle to ra.
Onr driver will ho glad to call.
COQUILLE LAUNDRY CO
PATHE NEWS
American Legion Notes
The American Legion has
been honored by the French
government by being, selected as
the agent through wl
which honor-
ary certificates are t o _______
I ®d the next of kin of men who
made the supreme sacrifice in
the world war.
I A re your boy. and girl, asset, or 11-
Presentation of these certifi­
J .bill t i c ?
cates will be made on Washing­
Club Ceatiete For Cash
ton's birthday.
The National
«78.00 in cash will be given to each commander has asked the Le­
j of tbo throe dictricte as follows:
gion posts to leave no stone un­
«76.00 by the Farmers and Mer­ turned in their efforts to kxSbte.
chants Bank to the Coquille Valley all relatives of the dead heroes,
I District.
that they may receive the token
I ■ «75.00 by the F irst National Bank of appreciation bestowed upon
“CAN YOU BEAT IT?”
1 , Comedy—2 reel«
Sunday, February 8th
_ "PECK’S BAD GIRL”
Featuring MABEL NORM AND
5 m b
“OH, BILL, BEHAVE"
Featuring SMILING BILL PARSONS
2 reels
Monday, February 9th
“THE HAUNTED BEDROOM" v
Featuring ENID BENNETT
5 reels
I in the Bandoa District.
«76.0« by the Bank of Southweet-
I era Oregon In the Coo. Bay District.
Calf Project
en by the Legion. Oh the eve of
| ««5.00 For exhibit of beat heifer Washington’« birthday, Feb. 21,
I calf (pure bred or grade) raised by another one will be held.
Iany boy or girl in the district. .«26.00
At the meeting Tuesday ev­
Basis of Awards
point, ening it was decided th a t having
(a) Beat calf according to brood. .60 a meeting once a week was too
I (b) Greatest average gain to
often and that hereafter the
weight per day ...................20 meeting will be held on the first
(c) Greatest profit on investm ent.. 1« rueeday in each month» I t some-1
(d) Completeness and accuracy
thing important arises, th at I
of report ............................ 16 thould necessitate a meeting,
Possible score ...................... 100
Poultry Project
«25.00 For exhibit of best cockerel I
and four pullets (purebred.) raised
■day old chicks by any boy or girl to
the district ................................. «25.00
Basis «f Awards
points
(a) Bast exhibit 1 cockerel and
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“LURE OF THE CIRCUS”
Featuring EDDIE POLO
2 reels
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Tuesday, February 10th
“A WOMAN UNDER OATH”
Featuring FLORENCE REED
5 reels
“IN THE BANK”
Featuring CHARLIE CHAPLIN
2 reels
Wednesday, February l l t b
Tuesday's program will be repeated
Thursday, February 12th
“DON'T CHANGE YOUR HUSBANDS”
\ A DeMille production
6 reel« <
BRAY PICTOGRAPH
I sentative on War Risk Insur­
ance. The doctor will be pleased
to tell any of the boys any thing
about their policies that they do
not understand.
The Legion’s basket ball team
will meet one of the other coun­
ty teams a t this place in the
very near future. They should
give a good account of themsel­
ves, as they have a good fast
-«am, although they may lack
practice.
1 reel
“BE MY WIFE”
Featuring HAROLD LLOYD
Comedy 1 real
Friday, February 13th
Thursday’s program will be repeated
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(1) All boys and girls bslmsra
the sgM of 9 and 18 inclusiva a t the
clow of the contest are eligible for
entry to one or more of these project«.
. (2) Unlees there are a t last twen­
ty-five entries to each contest to the
district the amount of tha cash prise
will be reduced one dollar for each
New Boeks in lib rary
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Mrs. T. M. Dimmick, city li­
brarian, furnishes the following
list of books recently added to
Lhe city library:
“Little Chap," Anderson;
“Hunkins,” Buchan; “Mr. St&nd-
Ifast,” Buchan; “Green Pea Pi­
rates," Kyne; “Sonia Marries,"
McKenna; “Dangerous Days,"
Rinehart; “Land of the Last
Chance," Ogden; “Comrades of
Peril,”
Parrish; - “Theodore
Roosevelt,’* Thayer; “Jeremy,”
Walpole; “Blazed Trail,” White;
About th irty pounds of Canary
Grass seed has bean left a t th e Farm ­
ers and Merchants Bank for distri­
bution to small amounts a t «5.«0 per
ft> to good, honest, hardworking, ra-
1 table and righteous ranchers who will
agree to take this precious and sacred
seed and bow it on good *ofl„ -
Anyone who has seen this wonder­
ful grass growing in the Coquille
Valley knows th a t no m atter how we«
e r how dry the weath er, it to always
green and makes fin* pasture and
enormous yields of hay. T he seed
from this grass is in g reat demand,
lnqulriaa h a r t bean received for it
from many parts of tha U. 8. but
th e r o le not ae»-rty enough fo r the
farm ers even her* hi this aouaty.
We h are endeavored to lecato seed
e t this Canary Grass through the
Hera is an opportunity for Coen
county to become famous by produc­
ing more of this grant grass. 8o far
only about a dozen farms bere bars
any o t it growing to any extant, but
everyone is trying to get s little seed
to bow . The oldest seeding of it here
in the county was started about fif­
teen year* ago or m om Tha grass is
s perennial and is eipecialljlbdapted
to lew bottom land. About 6 or 7 lbs.
of seed are required par acre.
ff you era lucky enough to escura
a pound of this seed you may gut a
little patch started and perhaps you
may h are Boms' seed to sell some day.
Get year request in e t once tf you
want a pound, for we predict there
will b* en awful run en the benk for
this scarce seed which sesma to be
worth its weight to gold.
m y p rrg tn r« t
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o t Ito o g n b g f i
A. A UM.
A. W . G L EA SO N ,
(Seal)
N o ta ry Public.
H a ir * C a ta rr h M edicine ts ta k e n In­
te r n a lly a n d a c ts th ro u g h th e Hlood on
th a M ucous S u rfa c e s of th e S ystem . Send
fo r testim o n ials, free.
T. J. CHENEY A CO , Toledo, a .
Sold by a n d ru c g lsts . He.
H alTs Fam ily Pills for oonsttpatlon.
L /iiy
(8) Work of all projects must lie
conducted according to printed in­
structions issued from the Club De­
partment at Ó, A. C. and the Coos
County Agent’* office a t Coquille.
Geld Medals for Grand Prises
A fter the results of the contest
have been exhibited and prisât award­
ed at a community fair e r show to
each district,' the prias winners in
each project from the three districts
shall all be see ambled for exhibit at
the big annual Corn Show a t Coquille,
where they will all compete for the
gold modale as the grand prises for
the championship of the county.
From Farm Business
S tate o f 0*1 k>, C ity o f T o leto ,
L u cas County. as.
f l a t J . C h en ey m sL ee o c tk t h a t ho
I . se n io r p a r tn e r o f tb o Arm o f F . J.
C heney a Co C, d o ln p b u sin e ss In the C ity
o f Toledo, C o u n ty a n d S ta te afo re said ,
a n d th a t said Arm will p ay th a su m of
OMB H U N D R E D D O L L A R S f o r o a th
an d ev ery c a s e o f C a ta rr h th a t can n o t be
c u re d b y th e u se of H A L L ’S C A T A R R H
M E D IC IN E .
FRA N K t CHENEY.
S w orn to b efo re m s a n d su b scrib ed In
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m v v a iu i
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the older people's« doing nicely,
but the younger ones are excel­
lent in their work. We expect
to send several delegates to the
Paul Anthony Chris- convention a t Albany Feb. 20th,
iyes; “Rainbow Valley,” 21st and 22nd.
iery ; “Golden Dicky,"
The evening services at the
is • “Burned Bridges ” Federated Church were enjoyed
r ; “Carmen A ria !” by all and we were glad to see a
; “Banked Fires,” Davi; full house. We are praying for
over Boys,” Winfield; success in these meetings and
xeation of Brian Kent,” that many lost will be sa v e d .-
“Poetical Works,” By-1 Church Correspondent.
. Paul,” Hope; “Girl in
Jordan;
Spanish f ButCer Wroppeio
Ti-esp*«
,s.” Kenvon: “Pollv’s
Helping Dhd.—A preacher,
raising his eyes from his desk in
the midst of his sermon, was
paralyzed with amazement to
seeJils rude offspring in the gal-
lery pelting the hearers in the
below with horsechestnats.
while the good man was pre­
paring a frown of reproof, the
young hopeful cried out:
on ’tend to your preaching,
ftJ S U E S »
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