Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, February 16, 1911, Image 4

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WHITE HOUSE SHOES
FOR MEN — FOU WOMEN
The acme of style, comfort and
durability, the White House
Shoes have been known for
years to discriminating people
as tin' standard, and that is the
sort of shoes we are selling at
$2.50 TO $4.00
THE PAIR
We have an extra tine assort­
ment of Spring Ties in the
handsomest styles and newest
lasts, all of which are just in
style for coming spring. Splen­
did grades of patent, gun metal
and vici kid to suit the most
exacting.
You are cordially
invited to come in and inspect
our stock, whether you buy or
not.
GEO. A. P B IN S Q N
ROAD TO ALLEUANY IS
WELL PHOTECTION TO
Sunday Services in
PLANNED BY NORTH BEND
T y p ||(|||| p[:y[|j
Coquille Churches
A committee of members of the
i Commercial Club has plans well
under way to attempt a project that
will if successful prove of value to
all concerned.
It is planned to
build a road connecting Keutuck
inlet with the North Fork of the
I
West Fork of Coos River, where a
terminal from Drain is already de­
cided upon. A new road across the
Loon lake country will be ready for
travel so oo and a company has
been formed to operate an automo­
bile h u e that far. The committee
is convinced that by building about
five miles of new road across a
comparatively easily surmountable
p«ss the auto line could be D rought
right up to Coos Gay. It is also
planned to connect up the inlets
mentioned above and bring all
traffic across the bav by ferry.
It
th ey must combine for their own
good
The American farmer,
until
lately, has thought himself abso­
lutely self-sufficient; he has stood
upon the theory of every “ Ameri­
can being a king,” overlooked the
way in which big aud little business
and city men organize to enforce
their ‘ ‘kingship,” aud continued
to let wealth drift from the farm to
the city, when the drift should, in
the nature ol things, be in the other
direction.
I have been frank about these
things, because we must face them
in order to perfect our organiza­
tion, and to bring into it every
farmer in the country with the in­
telligence to know that organiza­
tion is the keynote to his own sal­
vation — California Homestead.
M Y R T L E PO IN T.
You Can Take This Tonic
You say you can't, but you can —
“ I know Cod Liver Oil is the thing I need, but I can’t take
it on account of its horrible taste ”
Ever say that?
If you did you bad in mind the old blue bottle of cod liver
oil and its taste and smell were something to be dreaded.
Nval’s Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is a modern scientific
remedy— palatable and pleasant.
You can take
Nyal’s Emulsion
And everybody should who feels the need of a body­
builder and strength-giver, particularly those
who have lung trouble or are in a run down
and weak condition.
Nyal’s Emulsion contains pure cod liver oil, combined with
hypopliospbites of lime and soda to strengthen the ner­
vous system.
If you want to nourish the body and fortify the nervous sys­
tem, take Nyal’s Emulsion— large bottle $ 1 . 00 .
W hen we had a chance to got th e exclusive selling agency for
Nynl Family Rem edies we jumped at it. T hey are known among
all druggists as the highest quality line on th e m arket, and are
prepared by a great firm of m anufacturing chem ists, fa m o u s for
fifty years.
F uhrm an’s P h a r m a c y
IN BUYING
A De Laval
Separator you
are taking
uo chances, as
they have stood
the test and
are guaranteed
to give perfect
satisfaction.
Then why buy
some other make
which some one
tries to make
you believe is as good as a De Laval?
S. M . Nosier, Agent, Coquille, Ore.
rxsnsT-
rtsiT t
tailoring, Cleaning and Repairing
For a job of first-class mending dying or denning, or
a new suit tailored, call at the rear of the Pharmacy
building
1 am apt at for two tailoring houses in Chicago.
Com. ami see my styles and samples.
I will save you
money aud guarantee a good fit.
K. H a l v e r s o n
Coquille, Ore.
Allie Miller and Bird Nosier start gon, within six m onths from the date
today with the remains of the gen­ o( this notice.
Dated this 8tli day of February, 1011.
tleman who was killed in McGee’s
Ct VTHAliINK KKONENBEKO,
mine in Riveit n. They go by way E xecutrix of lire E state and of the Lust
of the Middle Fork loute
Will and T estam ent of Jo h n Kronen­
M ETH O D IST E P IS C O P A L .
berg, deceased.
The tneuance of typhoid fever in
We were glad to see some of the
For fashionable dressmaking, also
country districts a menace a;isitig Veterans out to the Lincoln Me­ plain and fancy sewing, coll on Mis
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
from polluted drinking water— is morial service.
Mav blessings M Nosier, next door to Herald of­ In the County C ourt of the S ta te of
thoroughly consideted iti a report many lie theirs.
Oregon, in and for Coos County.
The mayor gave fice
In the M atter of the e sta te of Annie
by Myron L. Fuller, of the United an excell«ut address. Judge E. G
Mr. I R Nosier, local agent f r
L. Moody, Deceased.
States Geological Survey, in which D. Holden read his tine poem on the Hupmobiln Touring car, invites
Notice is hereby given by the un­
the sources of pollution are indica­ Liucoln at the evening service.
nil those in te r sled in automobiles dersigned, executors of the e sta te of
ted aud suggestions are given for j Next Sunday evening will be the to call at his Garage on second st., Annie L. Moody deceased, to the
means of protection.
Frances Willard memorial service. examine car and have a fr< 0 demon creditors of, and all persons having
claims against the said deceased, to
Typhoid-fever ra'es are usually . May I suggest that each one at­ stiition.
exhibit them w ith the necessary
greater in the country than in tending wear a bow of white ribbon
vouchers, w ithin six m onths a lt e r the
cities, despite the prevailing belief in honor of the day aud temper­
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
first publication of this notice to the
that farms, isolated as they are ance The subject will be Amer­ Notice is hereby given th a t the u n d e r­ undersigned executors a t th e ir resi­
signed lias been duly appointed execu­ dence, to-w it: to H enry A. Moody, at
from areas of congested population,! ica’s uncrowned queen.
are ideally situated for obtaining
The morning subject will be trix of the las! will and testam ent of, Coquille Oregon, or to Geo. H azer, a t
and of th e 1 state of J dm Kronenberg, N orth Bend Oregon.
pure and wholesome water.
“ Man Remade, or the Second deceased, by 11 10 County Cour* for Co s
H enry H . M o o d y ,
Failure to protect adequately the Chance.”
County, Oregon, and th a t all persons
G eo . H azer ,
wells in farming districts is given
having claim s asainst said < Btate are E xecutors of th e lust will and te s ta ­
hereby notified to present same duly
in the Survey's report as the most
m ent of Annie L. Moody, deceased.
S E V E N T H R A Y A D V E N T IS TS .
v-erified and w ith ilie proper vouchers
A . C. M c L e o d ,
common reason for their pollution,
Services Saturday. Feb. 18, as t ■ the undersigned a t the offlcoof A. J .
A ttorney for E state , N orth Bend,
and iguorance of the manner in
Sherwood, Coquille, Coos County, Ore- 20t5
Oregon.
which ground water circulates is usual, Sabbath school 10 a. m. and
Bible
school
n
a,
m.
The
regular
the cause of the faulty protection.
Chemical analysis is not rated high regular service Sunday, Feb ’ 9,
by Mr. Fuller as a means of de­ at 2:30 p. m.
tecting polluted water, for he as­
serts that a careful common-sense
inspection ol the district 1^ usually
much more to the point.
Sources of pollution in the vicin­
ity of a well or spring should be
noted wherever possible, and drink­
ing water should uot be drawn ex­
cept at a safe distance bom them.
The distance required fur absolute
safety varies greatly with tbe char
acter of the rock. For vvel's sunk
in sandstone, slate, and shale, ioo
feet may be sufficient; where the
surface stratum is composed of
fine sand 200 feet should be al­
lowed; and where it is limestone or
granite much greater distances will
be necessary. Water may run pol
luted in limestone lor miles, so that
wells in regions where limestone
makes up the greater part of the
surface rock should be catefu.ly ex­
amined after rains for mud and
.loafing matter, for these are pretty
sure indications of pollution.
For protecting wells, springs,
and cisterns Mr. Fuller advocates,
first ol all, a water-tight lining to
keep out surface water. Wells and
springs should always be covered
and protected from animals, dust,
and falling leaves.
Watering
troughs should always be located a
safe distance a w y , though the
custom prevails in country districts
of having well an 1 trough side by
side.
Mr. Fuller’s report is printed ns
Water-Supply Paper 255 , which
may be obtained free by applying
to tbe Director, U. S. Geological
Survey, Washington, D. C.
Lloyd, the eldest son of Mr. Ed
Llewellyn, had his arm badly
fractured at the elbow one day last
week, the result of a fall.
Dra.
Johnson, Forest (of Beaver Hill,)
and Stemmier were in attendance.
It was a very serious break, some
of tbe bones having to be wired
together.
A man came in from Roseburg
last night, a stranger from British
Columbia
When asked how he
liked it through here he replied
ibat it was paradise to what he had
left.
We ought to be thankful
here in Coos county when we can
pick roses and other flowers tbe
year arouud.
Watt Guerin came up from San
Francisco on the last steamer to
visit with his family.
Jas. Whittaker has purchased
the Walker house on the hill, and
FISH TR A F.
Geo. Rackliff has bought a lot,
This seems to be a very back­
also on the hill east of town, on
which he will erect a dwelling ward spring. The farmers of this
locality have nothing done, so far,
house in the near future.
Max Doment will move his toward preparing the ground for
family out to his ranch in a few planting.
I 3 en Knife has moved his family
days. He reports cattle as doing
down on ‘ he Johnson place.
fairly well in the hills.
We are pleased to report that
It looks as if farmers will he
short of hay, if these storms con­ Mrs. Ten Robison, who had a
severe attack of rheumatism last
tinue.
All the shares for the new cannery week, is feeling quite well again.
A11 old gentleman named Nor-
have been sold.
A site for the
buildings has not been chosen yet, thrup, was taktn sick Sunday,
though several are under consider­ and died Monday night. The body
ation. The cannery will be a fine was taken to Myrtle Point by the
thing for the vegetable and fruit steamer Dora for burial.
producers as it will enable a good ! Geo. Henninger made a business
many to dispose of articles which ■ tiip to Batidon, Momtav.
Mr and Mrs. Bell, of Norway, and
have no market at present.
We nro haviag regular eastern I j some fiiends from Texas took
weather here— hail, rain, and now dinner with Mr. and Mrs. John
! Hale Sunday.
as I write, a fine snow storm.
The Lyceum, at the school house,
w-as
well attended Saturday tight,
Hammond at Marshfield
standing room being at a premium.
A S Hammond, of this city, at
A Lincoln memorial program was
tented the first annual Lineolu
j given. They also had seme very
banquet of the Marsfiheld Republi­
lively times during the debate and.
can club, and responded to the
the judges decided it was best to
toast, “ Buncombe.”
Concerning j bond th e county for road improve­
tbe same the Times said:
“He ments.
Mr. Price Robison, of
roundly criticised Senators Cham­ Norway, gave a very interesting
berlain and Bourne and U’ren. He talk, on the good of the order,
also denounced the Initiative and
Referendum because it made law­
A G ood Sh o w
making too easy and criticised the
The theatre-goers of this city
amendments to the constitution
were treated to another pleasant
undir it. He suggeste I as a means
¡evening’s entertainment Tuesday
¡¡^-. 1 of providing "jokers” slipping
night, when the Bernell .Stock com
through under the initiative that
pany appeared in ” B’ som Friend
merely the questions as to whether
of Bowser.”
Mi Hollingsworth
new measures he adopted be sub­
and Miss Stewart, with their sup­
mitted to the voteis and that it be
port. gave a very srtisfactory in­
left to the legislature to enact the
terpretation of the play, and that
law.”
the company is taking well with
the public is attested by the fact
R R. Pounder, of Portlaud, ar­ that the attendance was con­
rived iu Coquille Wednesday, com­ siderably increased over last week.
ing in by the Drain route.
Mr.
Pounder is hete on a business visit
I). McNair was dowo from Myr­
1 and will not remain long.
tle Point Wednesday on business.
Evangelist Coming.
A series of evangelistic rmetiogs
will be held in the Seventh D ly
Adventist Church, beginning next
Wednesday evening, Feb. 22. E -
der . 1 . Mark Comer, now closing a
successful series ol meetings at
Cottage Grove, will conduct • these
services and will be assisted by E.
H. Kmmerscn. T. G. Bunch and
A. R. Bennett.
Mr. Einmerson
will have charge of the music. Ho
expects to have a good chorus ot
voices, which will make the music
a special feature of the meetings.
You are invited to attend and bring
your friends, bihles and questions.
Come early to tbe song service
which begins 7 115; preaching 7:30
RIGHT
from th e start
this “Azby” has
proven a w inner.
A n e w “ dapper”
The Azby
Florsheim
“Natural Shape”
last—we have your
size.
n'kJE.s
A Complete Showing at
Notice
By order of the board of di­
rectors the stock books of the Co­
quille Valley Telephone company
will be open for a short time for
subscriptions on au installment
basis, viz; $5.00 down and $5 per
month until $30 is paid in.
After
$15 is paid one share of stock will
be issned and the second when the
contract is completed. All pur­
chasers of sfock on this plan will
receive stockholders’ rate of 50c
per month switching fee after fir.-t
payment of $5.
2-1714
Manager Montgomery, of the
Standard Oil Company at Marsh­
field, and the San Francisco re­
presentative of the same company
were in Coquilte yesterday looking
over this section.
R. G. Perhatn, of Marshfield,
came over from Marshfield Tues­
day and went on down to Bandou.
NOW IS THE
TIME!
V‘you
this
one there like
are
o t h e r s ” that you
o u g h t to see be-
$5; Some Few Styles $6 fore you buy..
L Y O N S & JO N E S
Second S treet
C o q u ille , O re.
We are in the shoe business to make a suc­
cess of it. Consequently, we offer you the
best shoe at the most reasonable price.
FOR MEN. we have everything from
$3.00 to $6.50. This includes Dress Shoes,
aud shoes for hard outdoor wear.
FO R W O M EN , prices range from
$2.00 to $4.50. A full line of dress shoes,
aud shoes for house wear.
FOR
C H IL D R E N — A ll
kinds and
Not tom orrow , nor next week,
to be first to get your spring dress
goods. We can show you a nice
line of Hindoo silks, Sim silk,
Eddy silks and others—sucli silks
anti such prices too.
Also w hite good8 suitings, ba­
tistes, F lo rin , Lawn, dress linen,
Flaxon. Cashm ere Pongee and
Our shots stand the rough wear of the
youngster. Let us prove our assertious.
Sit down ; th ere ’s no hurry.
Look around anti ask questions.
We sell beauty makers.
We are especially interested in
brides to-be.
Need anv collar buttons today?
Buy tbe boy a cap; they don’t
cost m uch.
Our hats don’t blow off your
head. W e will lit voor head or
bust.
The Royal Chinook Shoes f t
your feet.
You can fit your form with Mc­
C all’s patterns.
The Golden Rule
Voile.
prices.
Yours for Business,
C. H. CLEAVES
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»., i l
R O S E ’S
CASH STO R E
COQUILLE
STMR.
RIVER
LINE
FIFIELD
PLYING BETWEEN
BANDON A M )
SAN FRANCISCO
SA ILISU EVERY EIGHT PAYS
Passenger\ Freight
Low’ Ratos and Excellent Accom­
modations. Our Interests are
your Interests.
A. F. Estabrooh Co., Agts.
Nosier A Moulton, A pts,Coqui'le.
Phone Main 111, Farm ers 483,
Res. 383.
8an Francisco and
Bandon
NOTICE
Having close ! ont our Dry Goods and gone into
the Grocery business exclusively, we have decided
to discontinue the handling of the Graphophone.
As we have put out something like two hun­
dred machines, we will continue to handle the Rec­
ords, but have decided to innke some changes in
the giving out of Records to our Customers who
have our Machines, Viz: When vour C tab pur­
chases amount to $ 5.00 we will give you one Sin­
gle Record free, or one Double Record by pay­
ing 35 c in addition to tne $ 5.00 worth of Tickets,
and w ill continue to keep a good selection of pieces
on hand at ail times.
Respectfully,
P . E. DRANE
Dealer iu Staple and Fancy Groceries, Floar and Feed.