The Coquille Valley sentinel and the Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1917-1921, April 23, 1920, Page 2, Image 2

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of your patronage
One-half pound tin FOLGERS’
G o l d e n g a t e c o f f e e - f r e e
with every purchase of one large
can at the regular price. Remem
her, Today and Tomorrow Only
PUHRMAN’S PHARMACY
O. G. Thayer,
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A B lend fo r Every Taste
Fraedrick’s Grocery
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Good Coffee is a big factor in the perfect breakfast and
a breakfast that is right puts you in the right frame of
mind for a successful day. Start the day right. Let
our Coffee Department cater to your appetite. Our
line is complete.
Poitottcf
The Busy Comer
Royal Qub Brand
Canned Fruftsand Vegetables
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Quality Guaranteed
The American Dollar
ERESH
Vegetables and Fruits
Has the purchasing power of about on« half of
what it had a tem yean ago. -
of all kinds
..Tlry “ Our Best” Coffee
The pradeat parson is baying none but the essen­
tials and is “laying by“ his meaey until it has a great-
ft will please you
Why nat put part af y aw high wages aad part of
yow high priced farm products ia our savings depart­
ment and 1st It draw interest, then later, use it when
ft hhs the purchasing ability of 100 cents.
none Orders Spedal Attention.
"THE BANK OP COMMUNITY SERVICE"
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DEPOSITS NOT PREMIUMS.
Just deposits, that’s slL Ns, pan don’t fa y ; then is
no d a r t«; It dosant coat yoa anything, and —1— you
regard your bank depoathi aa an enyesas, no mptam
Is incurred when you insure your We. You deposit
With the company, your wife shads» ant the fwngfta,
and enough more to make the t e e et the policy, if you
die- M you Bee you «hash ft out youanetf. Simple
isn’t it?
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U m Riehen Lifo Coamaav Bars Bra or dla.
A number eg Myrtle Point people
w aived announcement* ' o f a “bounc
ing baby girl* bom April nineteenth
to Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dsvttaon, form­
erly e f this place. Her name Is Gene­
vieve Maim aad she weighs seven and
oaa half pounds. Can’t you imagine
the aaUU Professor Davidson is wear­
ing T
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The High School has besa unable
to get a vaulting pok but a Shot aad
week and at Myrtle Point.
' Norway cam« to play basket ball
with the Arago team Saturday night.
Tbs score stood I t to I h favor of
Arago.
A. t. Linsgar, of near Modesto.
California, visited the week end at J.
D. Carl’S hone. Mr Linegar says
they like California vory^aroch, har­
ing been there four years
.
Mrs. Bert Doyle was called to
Camas gplley last Saturday to attend
the funeral of her grandmother, Mre.
Mart Indale, who eras about 90 yean
old at the time of her death.
Next month Miaa Bike, from the
O. A. C. extension work, is to ghro
the Arago Progressive elub a week’s
service in sewing, correct adjustments
of patterns and many other useful
things about sowing.
A. T. MORRISON
The Bank of Myrtle Point
MYRTLE POINT,
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OREGON
J. M. McCkahay
J. D. CaH *
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Ribbons!
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Dhtrtrt Afent for BANKERS UFE COMPANY
Flowered Ribbons 20c to $1.25
Racket Store
MRS. BONNIE WALKER, Prop.
M » TH E MACHDOBB A U GUARANTEED
Fred Von Pegert, Agent
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