The Coquille Valley sentinel and the Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1917-1921, April 16, 1920, Page 2, Image 2

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time in Komi? Where
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That «even wetchaa »t'ajrwm«
aa unbelievable oatÿui fer a
watch factory In lljo f H i*
many w*tehee are turned out
in «he Injereoil faetoriee V°day?
learn the Story of Time by ere-
iag the enfubit in our window.
ooms
Mr. and Mm. Langloia and Mm.
Ivy Pemberton and aon, Rex, p f M y r.fR *’
tie Paint, visited in Mamkfleid Sat»
urday.
Mr. an< Mm. Wayne L. Wood, of
Mamhfleld, visited over Sunday in
Myrtle Point with friends.
Ed. Morgan, the bog buyer, and
Ed. Tapping, tha cattle buyer o f the
the Swift Packing Co. o f North Port­
land, were in this locality looking a f­
ter business fo r the Swift company.
Metta Hansen, who is teaching at
Eastside, spent the week end in Myr­
tle Point with her parents, Mr. and
Mm. K. H. Hansen.
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Elton Corbin, who is working in
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Power«, spent the week end with rel­
atives and friends in Myrtle Point.
Mm. Ruth Ting, the third grade
teacher, spent the week end in Power«
Ora Carter, o f Myrtle Point, spent
the week end in MemhAeld and North
Bend visiting relatives and friends.
T. G. Summerlin, o f Gravel Ford,
was a Myrtle Point visitor lost Sat­
urday.
Verne Lundy purchased a new
Bulck last week from C. O. Jennings.
Mm. W. Lee Ray and daughter.
Lois, spent the week end in Mamhfleld
Mm. O. H. Clarke underwent a ma­
jor operation at Dr. Clarke’s sanitar­
ium Friday.
T h j dairymen o f Myrtle Point or­
ganized a Myrtle Point Creamery
company and purchased the Sugarloaf
Cheese factory from Andrew Christ­
ensen for a consideration o f $6,106.
The officials o f the company are, W.
C. Cutler, president; H. A. Strong,
viee president; F. E. Southmayd, sec­
retary and the Bank o f Myrtle Point,
treasurer. Attorney A. G. Thompson
did the legal work in conneition with
the organization o f the company.
Rodney Davenport underwent a
second operation on his leg Friday to
have the bone scraped again.
A. H. Pense has purcehsed the Met
Nystrum acreage in this eity and
moved hie fam ily them Tuesday.
Rickman S. Abrago mode the flrst
soldier application fee the O. and C.
lands before U. S. Commissioner E.
A. Dodge, Tuesday.
Dr. Wm. Horsfall, o f Mamhfleld,
was in Myrtle Point Friday assisting
Dr. 0 . H. Clarke In two operations.
Miss 'Elizabeth Sullivan, sister of
Tim Sullivan, arrived hem one day
2 Phonei—691
last-week and i* now cooking fo r the
men he has employed in the Cedar
Camp near here.
Mm. James Richmond, o f Coqufl!
was in Myrtle Point Friday assisting
Dr. Clarke with two major opera
tions.
East Fork N otes
The track meet o f the pubH&chools
The school year at Dora school
which am contiguous to Myrtle Point closed Friday,
There was $19.10
will be hrid Saturday, May 8th. The brought in for the Armenian fund as
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winning contestants at this meet will » p a r t o f the Armenian day exercises.
Has
the
purchasing
power
o
f
about one half of
take pert in the meet held in Myrtle
Monday John Hurley, o f B and on,
what it had a few years ago.
Point on May 16th at which time will bought cows and young cattle o f J.
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be held the high school meet o f the D. Laird, o f Brewster Valley, and Mr.
The prudent person is baying none bat the essen­
schools in the county. The districts Wilsoa from the Coquille Valley
tials and Is “ laying by” his money until it has a great­
ere showing a considerable interest in bought his four year old Shorthorn
er purchasing value.
this event end we am in hopes o f hav bull. That was good stuff they got
mg a large number o f contestants in from Jimmy.
. W hy not put part o f your high wages and part of
the Anal meet. The events for the
James Cotton, o f Gravel Ford, was
yoor high priced farm products in our savings depart­
grade schools will be as follows: fifty visiting at the home o f his son, Jess
ment and let it draw interest, then later, use it when
yard dash, standing broad jump, run Cotton, in Brewster Valley Sunday.
ning broad jump, running high jump,
it has the purchasing ability o f 100 cents.
Mrs. Gearhart, o f the Pleasant Hill
base ball throw and relay race.
school, is gathering up ammunition
The senior class has commenced for the Armenian fund.
“ TH E B A N K OF COM M U NITY SE R V IC E ”
work on their commencement pro­
Ralph .Collier and Alvin Neely, of
gram and have arranged for it to be the Coquille high school, were at
held in the Unique Theatre.
the Dora school Friday on the job for
Elbert Schroeder, who fell end Armenian Day.
The teacher says
broke his leg about a month ago is those boys are O. K., that they put
now able to be in school again.
M YRTLE PO IN T, OREGON
up good talks and proved their earn­
Fred Linegar, o f Modesto, Calif., estness by footing it from Coquille,
Directors
is in this vicinity on business this
Hurrah for Hoover! whether he is
R. A. Anela
' Ì . H. McCloskey
week.
a republican or a democrat.
A . J. Rade baagh
J. a Cari
The Modem Woodmen and the Roy-1 The League o f Nations is not dead
Jeeee D. Clinton
Gea. H. Chaney
al Neighbors had a social evening in
even if the U. S. Senate does stink.
C. E.
Thao. H. Hayes
the M. W. A . hall last Saturday ev­
R. A . Easton.
ening.
Dainty refreshment* were
served after which the guests depart­
Death o f M rs. L . H. Evans
ed reporting a “ jolly good time."
The Commercial Club o f Myrtle
Death mercifully came to the relief
Point had a very interesting meeting of Mrs. Ines E. Evans, o f Marshfield,
Tuesday night, forty-eight members wife o f L. H. Evans, last Monday
being present: There arc now seven­ night. A couple o f months ago «he
ty-two paid up members altogether. was injured in an automobile accident
The Grove committee reported that and completely paralysed, never r e ’
the schools want to sell this property covering in the slightest degree.
and the club will see what arrange
ments they can make as to Buying
FOR SALE.
We have just received our spring shipment o f high grade
this and making it into a camping
6 acres track near city, half bottom,
Summer Underwear for Ladies which is the best on the mar­
ground for visitors who pass through rich, running water.
hem. They also made arrangements
ket for the price. Come in and let us show you.
3 acres, good house, well improved
to send one o f the members to every adjoining city.'
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road meeting held which affects in
U ndervests................... _______ 40c to 65c
1 acre, good, no improvements,
any way the interests of this com good buy.
Union S a its...........................60c to $1.25
munity.
176 acres good rich bottom land,
Children’s
U ndervests.......... ............30c
Mm. McClelland, nee Mina Hall, 70 acres under cultivation, a splendid
left a week ago last Wednesday for dairy farm.
A splendid line o f Silk Hose in assortment o f colors.
Eureka, California, where she will
160 acre stock ranch near town.
make her home for the present.
26 acre orange, 7 demon, farm near
The Farm Bureau had a meeting hi L os Angeles, to trade for stock ranch
Coquille Thursday morning and In the In Coos county.
afternoon the dairymen held a meet­
One shingle mill and shingle timber
ing.
Those attending from around
enough for 6,000,000 shingles. A big
re were: Steve Reed, Mr. Nelson,
MRS. BONNIE W A L K E R , Prop,
buy.
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Bert Davenport, Mr. Fabry, Verne
Some good city property.
Lundy.
. These are all good buys.
See or
Ruby Burkhart and nephew, Jerrold write me,
Ting, am expected down to spend Sat­
T. A . Walker,
urday with Mm. Ruth Ting, the third
Farmers A Merchants Bank Bldg.,
grade teacher . -
Coquille, Oregon.
Only a few left—no more o f this
brand coming. The market on this
o f brooms is much higher.
Take Advantage o f this Special
Leave Orders Now
Last Call
for SEED CORN
Early Seed Potatoes
Beauty o f Hebron
¿Earliest of All
Minnesota 13
Ross Yellow Dent
Just a few left
Pride o f the North
FUHRMAN’S PH ARM ACY
Fraedrick’» Grocery
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Royal Club Brand
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Canned Fruits a n d Vegetables
Ottr Specialty
Quality Guaranteed
FRESH
Vegetables and Fruits
o f all kinds
Try “ O ur Best” Coffee
It will please you
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Oregon Yellow Dent
Champion W hite Pearl
Our price will be right
W e Carry Bee Hives and Bee Supplies
Opposite Postgffice
1
W hite Canadian Peas
W hite Seed Oats
Bearded Barley
Vetch
$
Phone Orders Special Attention
Yes, W e Deliver
Phone 811
Busy Corner
The American Dollar
The Bank o f Myrtle Point
D E PO SITS t N O T P R E M IU M S.
Just deposits, that’s all. No, you don’t pay; there is
no charge; it doesn’t cost you anything, and unless you
regard your bank deposits as an expense, no expense
is incurred when you insure your life. . You deposit
with the company, your wife checks out the deposits,
and enough more to make the face of the-policy, if you
die. If you live you check it out yourself.
Simple
isn’t it?
The Bankers Life Company pays live or die.
A. T. MORRISON
District Agent for BANKERS LIFE COMPANY
CequIH«
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Perfection Milking Machines
Now is the tin e to prepare for your summer work.
IN ST A L L A M ILKER and solve the labor question.
I a n prepared to install a nilker in your barn on
abort notice. E stin ates furnished on application.
REM EM BER TH E M ACH IN ES A R E G U A R A N T E E D
Fred Von Pegert, Agent
Coquille, Oregon.
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