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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1914)
SWEETEN UP! SWEETEN UP! We don’t “keep”
good candy; oura is too good to keep- we sell it.
Take some home to the little folks, or take a box
to your best girl, unless you are the best girl your
self. If you are, come, try our candies and you will
buy them always.
When you eat our candies, you eat pure, nour
Come to OUR Drug Store
T H E
R E X H L L
Cottugc Cbe* se ut the City Bakery L. A. Lnwlioiu, of M-Kialey, was I May Festival and High
lee Cream at Folsoui’s Confection io town yesterday.
School Play on Thursday
All warm weather drinks will la
George Norris, ore of the solid i found at Folsom’s Confectionery
The pupil- rl the- piim ry gr.d-e
citizens of the Fairview neighbrr- The Portland Chamber of Com will present an entertainment in the
mence has declared itself agsinst nature of a May Festival at the
1 hood, wts in the city Saturday.
SHINGLES FOR SALE — E m the proposed increase in the weight Academy gri urn's next Thursday
quite of Geo T. M muon, Agen limit on parcel post p ckages, on afternoon at two ttiirty. The pr -
, tor the II min: <-k Shii.glo Co.
the gr mnd that it will hurt the grain will include songs and d ila
Mill slough, in Marshfield is now business of the expiesa compares tions May Do gauns, and the wind
a thing of thi< past, having bei n We b.ve secured the exclusive ing of the Mat pole. The little
Helling rights of Luther Bui hank's folks have been winking in the
fi led with dredgings, and that p»rt original
seeds for Coquille With program to r mveial weeks snd
of the loan is hardly recognizable. every $ 1.00
purchase we will give
thing out of the ordiuaiy is
l et your property with the Pa «ou a copy of ‘The Cudure ol Horn*
those who a’tend. No
cific Heal Estate Co., M. M. Young,
wiiiten by Luther Burbank himself. admission will be charged hut those
will be given an oppor
The crew of the Oregon Power A large power truck is now mak attending
toward a fund
Co. completed the work of rebuild ing two trips a week f"om Fairview for the purpose of purchasing
ing Hues iu Myrtle Poiut last week,
pictures for the school rooms.
and the new work hero ih uow un C quille creamery, and it is said that good
some of the product is being brought Do not forget the time, Thursday
as fur as Brewster valley. This afternoon
S. M Nosier & Co., the always fiom
of the same day,
tendered possible only by the im
progressive propr-itors of The Mod is provement
house, will be
in the roads, yet it is
el Grocery, have installed a McClos said tnat many
given the recital of the public speuk
key Aocouut Register, which fur tion will vote against the road ing class of the high school. The
nishes the most economical, bandy
class includes about a dozen stud
and accurate method of keeping bouds.
ents who have been workiog most
small accounts such as those of a While there is nothing so far ad of the semester in preparation for
vanced as to be given publicity, this recital. In addition to decla
a prospect that arrange mations and pantomimes, the class
Orville Dodge was in town Satur ments is may
soon be made by which will give a play entitled “The Ob
day on his way home to Myrtle the mill of the
C- M. & M. Co. may stinate Family.” This entertain
Point. He has been suffering from be operated. Perhaps
cinders ment given by our young people,
a strain of bis right wrist which would not look so bad some
Front will be belter and cleaner than any
brought into play the effects of an street as they used.
of those put on by outside talent
injury received many years ago.
us a call and we will save and deserves liberal patronage
20 pounds of Fruit Sugar for one you Give
ou your Groceries, Dry The admission will be twenty five
dollar at Lyons & Jones. We can Goods money
and Shoes. Lyons A Jones cents.
save you money if you trade with
Did His Part
Land For Sale
S T O R E
Chas. Heller, of McKinley, was in
last week to see what the The case in which the Southern
Large tract of good valley land to town
court proposed to do about Pacific is sued for $7500 damages
be thrown open in central Oregon
The local railroad now has a con
at his place, which has for the death of the late Geo. Wulff,
tinuous line from Myrtle Poioi to
good water, and rich soil. For been in a dangerous condition for of Marshfield, was on t ial yesterday
North Bend, having closed the gap
large map and full information and some time. Mr. Heller does not j and today. Wulff was struck by the
at the Alliance warehouse in Marsh Cottage Cheese at the City Babery. instructions
send $i 50 to J. C.
Columbia Wheat and Oats 30 Dearway. The Dalles, Oregon. In care to rebuild it at his own expense, S P. motor car running between
cents per package at Lyons & Jones. this way we can make it easy for and the court has been reluctant to Marshfield and North Bend, and
Miss Laura Dimmick has been you to locate on a fine free home fix it at county expense, as a new \ died about a week later. The jury
crossing is to be established at an-! went over to the bay by last even
visitiDg friends in Marshfield.
other poiut. The bridge is in a; ing’s train to view the scene of the
Dr. C. W. ENDICOTT
dangerous condition, and he now accident.
and prompt delivery. Leaves mar
has it closed to the passage of load- j The grand jury is in session and
ket 8:30 a. m. and 3:00 p. m. Phone
Main 203 or Farmer’s 341. 5-5-2t
Office over First National Bank
ed teams. Mr. Heller says that he two secret indictments were handed
Rhone Main 431
RATES: One cent a word, each in and his son held up their end on in last evtning. The jury is now
Mrs. M. O. Hawkins made a short sertion.
No charge less than 15 cents' "good roads day” by getting out
visit to Marshfield last week.
working on the Myrtle Point bank
A. J. SHERWOOD
FOR SALE—Some good residence and putting a good day and a balf robbery case.
A ttorney at L aw
properties near business center; on the highway.
house Cleansor only lOcents, Lyons half
James Ferrari, who was convicted
dowu, balance on terms; $600
First National Bank Building
murder in the second degree for
Close Call for Kid
Jesse Beyers and family took a 5-12-tf
J J. STANLEY.
the Henryville killing, was sen
ride in their auto Sunday to Sum WANTED—Two or three furnished A young son of W. H. Mansell tenced to life imprisonment.
L J. LILJEQVIST
ner. They report some rough pun rooms for light housekeeping. No had a D arrow escape from bi ing
A ttorney at L aw
cheons between Fairview and that children. Inquire at this office, tf run
First National Bank Building
down by an automobile od Sat
SALE—Forty acres of good
A cumber of farmers along the
J. J. Stanley’s new law offices are FOR
land. Price $3000. If you want witnesses stopped beatiD g for vary Fairview
road have become interest
suite 15 in the First National Bank something
in g lengths of time. UeubeD Mast ed in the matter of electric power
building, the first door to the left | quire of, or address, with stamp Jr.
A ttorney at L aw
at the head of the stairs, where he for reply, H. A Hasten, Mountain was driving bis auto down the in the farm and dairy business, and
will be pleased to meet hiB clients. Glade, Sitkum P. O., Coos Co., street when the boy stepped out have asked the Oregon Power Co.
Home phone G33, Farmers 1GG. tf Oregon.
4-21-tf from behind a wagon and into the to figure on putting up a line to
E. D. SPERRY
Lighthouse Clensor 10 cents per FOR SALE—New 5-room cottage, path of the auto. As the wagon supply
them with the juice. Man
can at Lyons A Jones.
view of both the ager McKenna intends lo look over
A ttornkt and
C ounsellor at L aw
Don’t get "crazy with the heat”— j planked street, nicely situated boy and the driver, neither were tb* ground this afternoon. If any
Office in Robinson Building
Go to Folsom's Confectionery and Price
$1400 on monthly payments. prepared for the emergency; but
can beat this for progress-
absorb a cooling drink.
4 28tf Coquille Real Estate Co. “Bucky” is a skillful driver and country
part of the rural dis
W. C. CHASE
turned his machine into the curb tricts, let it the
A ttorn y at L aw
just in time to miss the boy.
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg
C. R. BARROW
m HOT B R E A D æ
A ttorney and C ounsellor at L aw
Ever Afternoon—Just Call for it
Office Phone 333
Residence Phone 343
J. J. STANLEY
BR K 6 R Y
In the city election yesterday 394
The following glory tickets have votes
cast for mayor. A large
been issued during the past week number were
exercised the fran
Asa L. Carpenter and Margaret chise, and the polling
place in the
C- W- Nelson and Allie M. Nel looked as though some sort city
Louis D. Johnson and Ruby C. function were being pulled off. The
vote tallied up as follows:
Elmer Viers and Mnble Bruuker. For mayor: A. T. Morrison,'
The Fact Remains
No amount of misrepresentation by the
peddlers of alum baking powders, no jug
gling with chemicals, or pretended analysis,
or cooked-up certificates, or falsehoods of
any kind, can change the fact that
has been found by the offi
cial examinations to be of the
highest leavening efficiency*
free from alum, and of absolute
purity and w holesom eness.
Royal Baking Powder is indispensable
for making finest and most economical food.
; J. E. Quick, 110 .
tain the wishes of the people re
For couneilmen: W. H Lyons. garding the purchase of a ten acre
330 ; C. I Kime, 349 ; Geo. O- tract for a park tallied up 207 yes,
Leach. 290 ; J. E. Noel, 68 ; S. L. ¿ 3 1 no. The land lies adjoining
Curry, 67 ; H. Dejersey, 28 ; scat the north end of Notley’s addition.
tering, 4 .
For recorder: J. S. Lawrence,
359! J- H. James, 3 1 .
The successful candidates were SKELLEY—In this city May 5,
on the Citizens’ ticket nominated at 11)14, to the wife of Win. Skelley,
the caucus; the others were the So a son.
Not Near Dead
The proposition to vacate the
street and alleys in the proposed
Golden, who has been here
school site in the Barrow & Strang for John
ten days or more attending t »
addition was defeated by a vote of some improvements to bis First
street property, is a pretty lively
157 yes and 184 no.
man. It w >8 somewhat amus
The amendment to the city char sick
ing to read in the Cona Buy Times
ter correcting a clerical error was one day last week that Mr. Goldin
adopted by a vote of 227 , only 88 was lyiDg very sick aud it wss feared
that he could not survive long. H s
individuals being contrary enough absence
from the Marshfield streets
to vote against it.
evidently fired the Times to set its
The unofficial advisory vote by justly famous guessing machine in
which the council sought to ascer- operation.
Wellmans Line of Groceries, Albers Bros.
Cereals, Swifts Hams and Bacon, Silver
Your money back if you are not satisfied
with any of the above brands.
Free delivery to any part of the city two
times a day.
T he M odel G rocery
Swift’s Premium Bacon,
Swift’s Premium Hams, Swift’s Silver Leaf Lard
At All Grocers
D IS T R IB U T O R ,
C O Q U IL L E . O R E G O N
May 11 to 16
The Glowing Electric Stove
REGULAR PRICE $5.00 THIS WEEK $2,50
This is the fourth annual International Hotpoint Sale—the fourth year that the Lighting Companies, Dealers and Factory have co-operated
to show why it is to your advantage to use electrical household appliances.
But why do we sell El Glostovo at half price this week?
Because we want you to use one in your home— we want you to see that now you can afford to cook with electricity. El Glostovo uses
one-third less current than former type and you use your regular utensils. Think what this means to you.
YOU WILL LIKE IT—-AND YOU CAN BUY IT AT HALF--HOTPOINT WEEK ONLY
In El Glostovo for the first time the reflector principle is
applied to electric cooking. This conserves the heat and con
centrates it on the cooking surface. It takes less current to
do the work.
It is like removing the lid and doing the cooking directly
over the glowing fire instead of on top of the stove.
Use your regular cooking vessels directly over the glowing
coils. That means quick results and economy. Suprisingly
small cost of operation.
El Glostovo is instantly available anywhere there is an
electric light socket. You can use it on the dining table or
sideboard. But it is so efficient for all cooking operations
that it is entitled to a place in your kitchen.
It reaches full cooking temperature 15 seconds after cur
re n ts cn. Former types require as many minutes.
Vessels 7 inches in diameter (granite or metal) just fit El
Glostovo but smaller or larger vessels can be used. The top
can easily be removed for cleaning.
We will be glad to show you how this electric
El Glostovo is made in a pleasing new design, heavily
nickled, with mirror-like finish and ebonite handle. Equipped
with cool grip switch plug and cord which fits other Hotpoint
* The heating element is guaranteed for 5 years, if it
bums out within that period a new one will be sent free.
Regular price $5.00. Special price Hotpoint week $2.50.
Monday, May 18th, the special price will be withdrawn and
the regular price will prevail.
I Oregon Power Company