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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1914)
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A headache is the first symptom of an on-com
ing sickness. AH sickness should be caught in time.
Have always in the house some simple remedies to
take while waiting for the Doctor to come.
our combination water-bag and fountain syringe is a
household necessity. Have you got one?
no use of suffering long with headache or neuralgia.
Be prepared to treat it as soon as it starts.
Come to OUR Drug Store
F U H R M A N ’S P H A R M A C Y
T H E
R E X H L L
S T O R E
B A X T E R
Under New Management
Having leased this well-equipped hotel, 1 propose
to conduct it in such a manner as to merit pat
ronage and give satisfaction to the traveling
M. M. YOUNG, Proprietor
P rofessional C ards
Dr. C. W. ENDICOTT
Oliice over First National Bank
Phone Main 481
A. J. SHERWOOD
A ttorney at L aw
First National Bank Building
L J. LILJEQI/IST
A ttorney at L aw
First National Bank Building
A ttorney at L aw
E. D. SPERRY
C ounsellor at L aw
Office in Robinson Building
W. C. CHASE
A ttorny at L aw
Office in Riclimond-Barker Bldg
C. R. BARROW
A ttorney and C ounsellor at L aw
Office Phone 335
Residence Phone 346
J. J. STANLEY
Ben Gant, of Gravel Ford and
Rural, was in town laat week to at
tend the funeral of Leroy Casey
He also intended to look over some
bench land which the Smith-Powers
Co. had offered him.
Phoenix Hose now in stock st
I Lyons A Join h
Judge Hall held a stasiou of the
| pruhite court yesterday. Hoad mut
The European war cloud which arose so suddenly with the begin
ters will be considered Thursday ning of hostilities between Austria ano Servia grew repidly blacker last
week, and on Saturday Germany formally declared war on Russia From
J. L. Barker and Burr Tetera all present appearances, ibis will precipitate the general European war
were ninoug ihe Fairview citizens which has been predicted (or so long.
At the present writing it looks as though it would be Gerinauy and
doing bus nise iu Coquille Satur-
Austiia against the field. Italy, the third member of the triple alliance
seems very reluctant to mix in, and even if she does bei strength is com
A Gentleman with $200 to invest
paratively small. Russia will back Servia, France will back Russia, and
\ i-au secure u well established,
paying, permanent business; esn I i- it is reported that F-ncland has given France assurances of support.
rate ..t Bindon, M ntle Point, C"- Japan will side with England. Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Belgium
! quill« or Marshfield and handle Ihe will remain neutral and no one is asking Spain what she will do.
Address A. VV. Mills,
Yesterday’s dispatches brought an unconfirmed report that a naval
battle had taken place in the North sea, in which two British and six
Geo. Norris of Fairview visited
German vessels were sunk.
Coquille Thursday and remembered
In the first serious clash between German aud French troops, Sun
the Herald people- with some of his day, the Uhlans, the crack German cavalry, were disastrously defeated
fin« spuds an -1 cat rots.
The disregard by Germany for the neutrality of Belgium territory
You should plat-« vour orders for makes England's participation in the war inevitable.
your Canning Peaches Now with
Three German armies are bound for the French frontier.
Lyons A Jones.
Germany undoubtedly has the finest fighting force in the world, but
Attorney John C. Kendall was it looks as though the the Kaiser was going up against hopeless odds.
marooned here Saturday night on
The strength ol Europeau armies is given as follows:
his return from Bandon to Marsh
Iiupsia.......... .... 1,290,000
Austria Hun. .... 390,000
Italy............... .... 250,000
Mrs, Clara Mitchner, president of Japan ..........
t'te Kansas W. T C . U-, is scheduled Greece .......... .... 26,000
for a temperance talk at the M. F. Bervia............
Church Sunday raorniog.
T. A. Walker will make special
IrfftB to Roseburg at reasonable
Large, bigh-power auto.
Parties desiring to go eall either
Folsom’s Confectionery has the
exclnaive agency in Coquille for
Stafford’s lii-Tone Cbocolutes.
RATES: One cent a word, each in
All warm weather drinks will be sertion. No charge less than 15 cents'
found at Folsom's Confectionery.
FOR SALE OR TRADE— Monarch
F. 0. True is expected back from
range, in good order, water at
M. M. Young, Bax
his visit to the East the latter part
of this week
Attorney John D. Goss, of Marsh TOBACCO AND CIGAR SALES
MEN—Wanted to advertise. Ex
field, was iu town yesterday morn
ing on legal business.
monthly and Traveling Expenses.
Advertise Smoking, Chewing To
List your property with the Pa
bacco, Cigarettes, Cigars.
cific Real Estate Co., M. M. Young,
2 j . stamp for full particulars.
HEMET TOBACCO pO., New
M a n y of our people went to
York, N. Y.
Marshfield this morning to take in
FOR SA L E —One of the best farms
the Moose Day exercises.
on the Coquille at the cheapest
Ice Cream nt Folsom’s Confection
J. W. LENEVE
FOR SALE—Cheap, 22 foot gaso
A. J. Radabaugh, of Norway, was
line launch, inquire at Herald
doiD g business in the city Saturday
and renewed his allegiance to the FOR SALE—Ten acre tract, three
blocks from court bouse, 4J acres
in beariug berries, balance gar
SHINGLES FOR SALE — En
den and pasture. 7-room house
quire of G po T. Moulton, Agent
and good outbuildings. Half on
for the Hammock Shingle Co.
time, if desired. Reason for sell
ing, old age of owner. Apply to
Mayor MorrisoD returned Wed
nesday from a short visit to San Di
ego, leaving Mrs. Morrison there A SNAP FOR A HOME— Good lot
close in with good new 2 room
to make a longer stay.
cottage and enough lumber to
Fresh Fruit snd Vegetables al
build addition all for $325. Will
ways found at Lynoa A Jonos.
take labor for large part, or
monthly payments. Coquille Real
The steps and platform in front
of the Baxter hotel are being re
built, and other cleaning and reno ROOMS AND HOUSEKEEPING
vation by Landlord Young am mak
ing House. Everything neat and
ing a decided improvement in the
clean. Your patronage solicited.
appearance of ihe place.
VV. E. CLEGHORN AND WIFE,
The one selling the largest amount of trad
ing books this week will receive a set of
Win. Rodgers Tea spoons, the second high
est, a handsome Pin.
The one casting the largest number of votes
this week will receive a handsome Pin.
Our Bargain Day last Saturday was a howl
ing success, and we will repeat it next
Saturday, when double votes will be given
on all cash purchases.
If you miss this Bargain day, you miss a
The Model Grocery
S. M. Noaler & Co.
Anderson-Drane Piano Contest
The Heruld issued orders for 12,-
000 rotes in the Anderson-Drane
Working in connection with the National Sales Company, H. O.
Piano Contest Saturday. Not a bad
Anderson, who deals in furniture, hardware, paints etc., and P. E.
siart for the first day.
F. B. CameroD, of South inlet, Drane, whose line is groceries and feed, have inaugurated a contest in
was in town Wednesday,havingbeen which they will give away pianos and silverware to the successful con
summoned as witness for the de testants. The contest was started August ist aud will be closed on
Reference to the ad on the fourth page of this issue
fense in the case against Mrs. Baird, Christmas Eve.
The Herald has made arrangements to
his evidence being expected to prove will give further particulars.
that Johnson was broke before the participate in this contest by giving votes on all subscriptions received,
and the votes may be used either with Mr. Anderson or Mr. Drane.
time of the alleged robbery.
Any one may nominate a candidate by using the blank printed below,
Don’t get “ crazy with the heat” —
Go to Folsom’s Confectionery and which entitles the candidate to 2000 votes to start with. The names of
the candidates with their standing will be published in this paper every
absorb a cooling drink.
The names of the judges of the
The Seventh Day Adventists will week after the first count it made
hold services at their church Friday cootest will be announced later, and all the news of the contest will be
evening at 8 p. m.; Sabbath School found in the Herald, together with special announcements from time to
at 10 a. m. Saturday, Preaching ser time. Do not forget that any payment on your subscription entitles you
vices at 11 a. tn. and 2 p. m., to be to a goodly bunch of votes.
You should try a pair of Phoenix conducted by Elder Robert Airev,
Hose at Lyons & Jones.
formerly of this place.
Assessor Thrift has returned to a
trip froui the interior.
VVm. Candlin stnrted Sunday on
a business trip to Portland.
European W a r
T O R SA L E — Some good residence
properties near business center;
half down, balance on terms; $600
J J STANLEY.
FOR SALE—Forty seres of good
land. Price $3000. If you want
something choice this is it.
quire of, or a ldiess, with stamp
for reply, R. A Easton, Mountain
Glade, Sitkum P. O., Coos Co
New stock of LADIES
see the goods and prices
O pposite C ity H all
The violion recital given last Fri
day evening by Carl Grissen under
the auspices of the Library Associa
tion ia spoken i f in the highest
terms by discriminating judges ot
high ola-H music.
was not large.
pensing with tbe services of the
city engineer, P M. Hall Lewia, the
reason given being that there will
be very little work for auch an offi
cial for some ti ne
E N. Harry, road supervisor in
the Sitkum district, was in town
Saturday night. He informed the
Herald that he had just completed
bis road work to the Douglas county-
line and that the road ie in better
shape now than it baB been for
years. At the county line he met the
Douglas supervisor, w h o h a d
worked to that poiot and who told
him that be had tbe road in good
shape on his end. The highway is
now in good order for automobiles
all the way through except that iD
the canyon there are still some boul
ders in tbe road. These will be re
moved by Mr. Harry, and in the
meantime autos can get through
without any trouble.
Hard Times Dance
At the regular meeting last even
ing a hatch of monthly bills were
E lsou Elliott, who is visiting his ordered paid.
mother and uncle here, contemplateu
The treasurer's ami recorder’s re
putting on an entertainment with ports were approved.
local talent under the auspices of
Instructions were issued for the
some local organization.
He has drawing of plans for a bridge for
hail a long stage experience, having the exh ui-ion of B street, to Knuwl-
traveled for years with the Marga ton heights, together with a map
ret lies Company, and is thorough for the dedication of the extension.
ly familiar with dramatic require
The Longston Construction Co.
was all >wed $ 6.00 additional on the
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Front street retaining wall.
Road in Good Order
Cut Worm Poison
County Agriculturalist Smith says
tbe cut worms are committing quite
serious ravages on the vegetable
crops iD different parts of tbe coun
ty. He hands the Herald the re
ceipt given below for a mixture
which he says is very effective in
fighting the pests and which it will
pay the farmers to use freely.
Bran___________________ 50 lbs.
Paris Green_____________ 2 “
Oil of lemon___________ 2 o z
Add enough water to the mixture
to make a crumbly mash not too
A hard time dance will be given
at the Casino bv the Good Fellows
Club Wednesday, August 12 . The
floor committee is composed ol A.
B. Donaldson, W. R. Webber, J P.
Michaels and Roy M. Avery. This
will be a dance where every one
can thoroughly enjoy themselves.
No primping necessary, and the
older your clothes the better. The
following fines will be imposed:
Fine of 25 ceuts against a man
wearing a full matched suit. Fine
of ioc for each piece of jewelry, 10 c
for shoes that match; 10 tor socks
or stockings that match; 10 c for
necktie; 10 c for white collar; ioc for
gentleman appearing with his hair
combed. Lady judges will preside
to pronounce sentence on all offend
ers brought before them, so anyone
not caring to be fined had better
come prepared.Music to be furnished
by Coquille five-piece orchestra,and
every one is assured a good time.
As this is the first dance ever given
by the Gocd Fellows, and being
the first dance of this particular
kind given in this city for sometime
it will be the aim of the Good Fel
lows’ Club to please every one to
tbe best of tbeir ability.
COM M ITTEE
Free Canadian Homestead
Why pay $50 to be located? We
give you full information where the
best lands are in Western Canada
and British Columbia that are close
to railroad and town; Dame of guide
on tbe ground ; full direction to get
maps and platts free; how to get
bomeseekers tickets; everthing you
need to know sod locate yourself,
all for $3.00. Remit amount by P.
At an adjourned meeting of the O. order and we will send you the
city council held Friday morning an I complete information at once. THE
I CANADIAN HOMESTEAD COM
^ ordinance providing for the im ' PANY, 73 6 th ST. PORTLAND,
provement of the intersection of
! OREG. For reference, THE FARM
izk Front and C streets was passed.
MAGAZINE COMPANY, 411 PAN-
A resolution was also pass d dis AMAN BLDG , PORTLAND, ORE.
ffsm w sam .osium 0. m m m m m m m m
Good for 2000 Votes
In A nderson-D rane Piano C ontest
W h e n used to nom inate
Our Fine Bread Goes Furthest!
Now is the time to pay your sub
Judge Sehlbrede passed through
scription and give your favorite a town this morning on his way home
Hot from Omar's Oven.
good lead in the Anderson-Drane to Marshfield from Myrtle Point, A n d , as th e c o o k b a k e d , th o s e w h o
s to o d b e fo re
pian« contest, right on the start.
where he acted as judge in the re
T h e c o u n te r s h o u t e d : ‘ «O pen th en
Mis. J. L. Thompson, accompa
th e d o o r !
Y o u k n o w h o w little tim e w e
h a v e t o stay
A n d , o n c e d e p a rte d , m a y d em a n d
n o m o rs .”
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nied by her brother, VVm. Boggs,
Owen KDOwlton has ju t arranged
started Saturday for Eugene to a handsome and convenient cabinet
make a visit of about a month with on one side of the Knowltou Drug
Store, for the display of various
Mrs. Florence Urquhart was in rubber goods carried in stock For
Our fine, sweet and whole
town yesterday on business connrc- neat and artistic arrangement tbis
bread is well worth
td with the settlement of the store is hard to beat.
Martha J. Nosier estate, of which
Three childreu, the oldest about
she was administratrix.
But you don't have to wait.
seven yeats of age and the others
The Scenic is offering three fea
baking is done in large
about three, came up from Riverton
ture pictures this week; Kathlyn to-
and at regular
Sunday evening on the Coquille,
tonigbt, Pauline Thursday night
having left home and started out to
and “ Lord Cbumley” ¡Saturday
see the world, their first objective
I.et us deliver to you. Be
point beiDg Henryville
They were gin now.
The children love
Arthur Peart, late landlord of
taken back to their homes yesterday. our bread.
the Baxter, who is now employed
A. B. Donaldson, proprielor of
in Marshfield, came over Saturday
and returned yestarday after attend the Club Cafe, was the firet man on
deck with a Dew subscription to the
ing to some business matter«.
Herald in the Anderson-Drane Pi
Paul Walker went to Marshfield
ano contest, being around bright
yesterday morning to take the
aDd early Saturduy morning, and
Breakwater for Portland.
C O O K B R O S ., P R O P .
repeating *be treatment later in the
templates a trip to Alaska but may
stop in Portland until spring and
Mrs. Litvina Baird of Marshfield,
get iDto the newspaper game there.
List Your Property With
K. Halvoreon departed last week who languished in jail a few days
in search of a new location in which under a charge of robbing Russ
to establish his tailoring business, Johnson of $100, was discharged
expecting to look over the Willam Wednesday, District Attorney Lilje-
ette valley and central Oregon be qviat Dot considering the evidence
Farm Lands, Timber Lands, Residence and
against her sttong enough to justi
fore settling down.
Business Property. Houses for Rent
fy binding her over.
Fred Slagle weDt to Roseburg
Edson Elliott, formerly with the
Sunday taking bis sisters Mrs. Roy
M. M. Young, Manager
F. C. Stone, Secretary
Cowan, of Montana,and Mrs A. VV Margaret lies Company, accompa
Roach, of Wendling, who are re nied by his wife, is visiting bis
turning to their homes after being mother, Mrs. Helen Harvey, and his j
called here by the death of their uncle, E. H. Meade. Hubert Rol
brother Harry Slagle
He returned lins also visited the Meade home
¡yesterday forenoon and reports the last week, returning to BaDdon
road rough, with accent cn the Saturday.
I ‘ rough.”
The country newspaper man is
There’s Quality In Every Crumb !
C I T Y
B A K e R Y
P a c i f i c R e a l E s t a t e Co.
Louie Petromoix and wife, who
have been living near Allegany, are
now awaiting the action of the
grand jury on a charge of stealing
a heifer of Charley R odiD e.
meat was found bidden in tbeir
house and the bead and hide buried
I near by, which looks suspicious.
prone to be a sucker as the sparks
to fly upward. One York B. Con
way recently got into the Herald a
short distance by using the station
ery of the Elks Club, of Portland,
on which to send in an order for
advertising, and now tbs postal au
thorities are on his trail.
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 .
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