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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 11, 1914)
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Miss Alice S t-n b y is to entert lin
Coos County Socialist Party Ticket and Platform
the N. T. C. Club ut her home to
E. B. HALL, for State Representative o f the
* S ie k J & t u ç L
Phoenix Ifose now in stock at
Lyons k Jones
A J. Sherwood and L A. Lilje-
qvist and their families are expected
home tomorrow from their outing
in Curry county.
W. H. Meredith, of Curry, passed
through yesterday on his way to
Marshfield to atteud the Sbrinera’
ceremonies. He says that he is out
of politics uml in business, and
boosting Curry county.
You should place your orders for
your Cauuiug Peaches Now with
j Lyons k Jones.
We had two good items lined up
in Justice Stanley’scourt this morn
ing but one fizzled out and the oth
er isn’t ripe yet.
If you have remedies for the children right in
the house, this will save you many a sleepy, but sleep
less, midnight floor-walk, and many a dark, 2 A . M.
trip to our drug-store.
Before baby becomes sick,
ask your doctor how to prevent illness and save your
self the midnight floor-walks.
In giving medicines
to your tender children, you want to know that they
are pure and fresh. W e will not supply you with any
Mike Boone was over from Sum
ner yesterday. He reports the road
over the mountain as now cleared
and practicable for a wagon, though
it iB rough aod some grading is
T. A. Walker will make special
trips to Roseburg at reasonable
Large, liig h -p o w e r a u to .
Parties d e s ir in g to go call either
p b oD e.
sixth representative District for Coos and
S. C. McDONALD, for State Representative
o f the fifth representative District for Coos
W. O. W EAVER, for county Judge.
A. H. 1MHOFF, for county Sheriff.
A . J. STEPHAN, for county Clerk.
J. H. JAMES, for county Tresurer.
ALBERT BRAYTON, for county Surveyor.
C. H. LAX , for county Coroner.
D. W. CARPENTER, for county Commissioner.
LUDW IG KJELLAND, Commissioner for the
Port o f Coos Bay.
GARFIELD A. IMHOFF, for J. P. for Justice
District No. 1.
N. H. WELLING, for Constable for Justice '
District No. 1.
GEO. B. HUGHES, f o r j . P, for Justice Dis
trict No. 2.
E. W. EAGAN, for Constable for Justice Dis
trict No. 2.
F. J. CHATBURN, for J. P. for Justice Dis
trict No' 6.
L. S. MARTIN, for Constable for Justice Dis
trict No. 6.
Here A re Candidates
IN T H E
Anderson-Drane Piano Gontest
A t D ran e’s
A dd ie Donaldson
Mrs. John Padget
Mabel W ilcox
Mrs. Walter Anderson
Mrs. Henry Belloni
Mrs. G . R . W ickham
Mrs. Jas. M edlock
Mrs. Clyde Collier
Mrs. P. P. Leatherwood
A t A n d erson ’s
Mrs. L. A . Ross
Mrs. Chas. Sampson
Mrs. E. N. Harry
Use this Coupon to make other nominations
We, the Socialists o f Coos county Oregon, in I
convention assembled on the 17th day o f April,
1914, reaffirm the National and State platforms
o f the Socialist Party o f the United States.
2nd. We stand unequivocally for the impar
tial enforcement o f the laws o f the State and
Nation and for the constitutional rights o f any
and all American citizens regardless o f race,
color, sex, social or financial position.
3rd. A t any^nd all times as conditions may
arise we pledge ourselves to ascertain the inter
ests o f the working class, and to oppose any
measure detrimental to their interests.
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| Good fo r 2 0 0 0 V otes
In Anderson-Drane Piano Contest
J. H. JAMES
John M. Scott, geueral passenger
J. P. FARLEY
agent of the Southern Pacific, an
A. H. IMHOFF
nounces that $5000 to $10,000 will
C o m e to O U R D ru g Sto re
be spent next year in advertising
Mrs. Lawson Lawhorn was visit
the beach resorts of the stretch
Too Much W ater
ing at the Jesse Beyers home last
from the Siuslaw to Coos Bay.
The official test of the new elec
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Robinson, ac week.
RBXH LL STO R E
pumping plant installed at the
A merry-go-round arrived Satur
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
water works on Dutch John
Davis, left last Thursday in their day and is furnishing amusement
creek by the Oregon Power Co.
auto for St. Martin’s Springs, ex
was taken Friday evening.
pecting to be gone about a month.
Lark Mast was ¿n from McKinley
showed the plant to be delivering
Ge>. N. Bolt, of Marshfield, has Saturday to get a load of shingles
184 gallons a minute. As tbe guar
Under New Management
charge of the store during Mr. for re-roofing his residence.
antee was for only 140 gallons, ev
You can find entertainment and ery one is highly pleased at the
Having leased this well-equipped hotel, I propose
Don’t get “ crazy with the beat” — refreshment at from a nickel up at test. The plant sets on an ample
to conduct it in such a manner as to merit pat
Go to Folsom’s Confectionery and the Epworth League campfire social
cement foundation, and runs so
absorb a cooling drink.
ronage and give satisfaction to the traveling
: smoothly that a dollar will stand on
Sugar raised a dollar a sack in
edge on the engine. We got this
the local market Saturday and G5 Sentinel, have their families at Ban
last information from Manager Mc
cents this morning, the price being don and are taking turn about on
Kenna, but did not learn where he
$G.65 as we go to press. The Eu
got the dollar or whether the en
ropean war is made the excuse for
gine was running when the dollar
thib bit of ‘‘prosperity”— for the evening and made arrangements for
stood there. However, Supt. Ep
preparing the buildings for the
person is quoted as saying that the
The Epworth League of the M. opening of school on Sept. 7th.
plant makes do more luss than a
Dr. C. W. ENDICOTT
You should try a pair of Phoenix E. Church will give a bonfire social
Quick's Second Hand Store has
Hose at Lyons k Jones.
at Aasen's camp on Knowlton’s several cooking stoves, bedsteads, Waterbury watch.
Office over First National Bank
Mrs. Qeo. N Bolt, of Marshfield, Heights on Saturday evening, Aug. couches, tables, chairs, diuing and
Phone Main 431
W . J. Conrad Injured
15, ice cream, cake and coffee will rocking chairs, high chairs sewing
was visiting friends here Friday.
Prices 5 to 25 cents. machines, baby buggies.
Remember the Epworth League Everybody come.
A. J. SHERWOOD
W. J. Conrad, of Marshfield met
Harold Conrad left ou the Speed
boDfire social Satu day night.
A ttorney at L aw
Capt. C. E. Edwards, who was in well for the borne of bis people at with quite a serious accident Sun
First National Bank Building
F. C. Pursley is sporting a Max the steamboat business on this river
Savannah, Mo. He intends to re day evening while coming from
well automobile, which he pur for many years and has been en
turn in the spring aud will try to Bandon in an auto with Clair Swain
chased of Fay Jones.
gaged in the same line on Coos Bay get his parents to accompany him and two other men.
L J. LILJEQI/IST
All warm weather drinks will be for about twenty years, announces
went out ou them and they were
The holdings of the Salmon
A ttorney at L aw
found at Folsom's Confectionery.
that he will retire and go into some Mountain Coarse Gold Mining Co. running in the dark.
First National Bank Building
John T. Johnson was accidentally other line of business.
other men were occupying the sin
were sold Saturday by the sheriff
killed at Beaver Hill last week by
A Gentleman with $200 to invest on a judgement obtained by Walter gle eeat and Mr. Conrad was sitting
being struck by a train.
on the door and bolding an electric
can secure a well established, big
Sinclair in a recent suit, for about
List your property with the Pa paying, permanent business; can lo $430, being bid in by J. O. Stem tiash lamp to give what light it
A ttorney at L aw
cific Real Estate Co., M. M. Young, cate at Bandon, Myrtle Point, Co
would on the road.
quille or Marsbfield and handle the mier for other parties.
tbe wheel struck tbe end of a log
Address A. W. Mills
Some half a dozen, more or less, bringing tbe machine to a sudden
What is the matter with Baudon, Bandon, Ore.
lecturers have been ad stop. Mr. Conrad was thrown upon
that the booming of heavy guns
E. D. SPERRY
temperance people of tbe wind shield breaking it, and a
has not been heard off the coast?
A ttornst and
Coquille in the last week. That is long piece of glass was driven into
C ounsellor at L aw
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leslie re
Office in Robinson Building
a good way to raise funds, but it his side. It struck a rib and glanced
turned last week from their vacation
RATES: One cent a word, each in would seem that more could be ac
upward and was buried between the
sertion. No charge less than 15 cents'
trip to California.
complished for the cause by getting ribs and skin, making a large and
W. C. CHASE
Ice Cream at Folaom’s Confection FOR SALE OR TRADE—Monarch in touch with the unregenerate.
A ttorny at L aw
ugly wound that bled profusely.
range, in good order, water at
Folsom’s Confectionerv has the ■ S. M. Nosier and Frank Leslie with
M. M. Young, Bax
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg
The editor of the Herald doesn’t
exclnsive agency in Coquille for their wives came along ehortly after
have to worry about any well-to-do
Stafford's li-Tone Chocolates.
the accident and gave what assist
relatives traveling in Europe. T hat: TOBACCO AND CIOAR SALES
C. R. BARROW
Preparations are being made for ance they could. Mr. Conrad was
MEN— Wanted to advertise. Ex
A ttorney and C ounsellor at L aw
is one compensation.
$ 1 0 0 the laying of cement sidewalks on taken to a house near by and a Ban
Office Phone 335
Lots of clean fun at the Epwortn j monthly and Traveling Expenses. both sides of H street from Second don doctor summoned to atteud his
Residence Phone 346
League campfire social at Aaseu’ s ' Advertise Smoking, Chewing To
and First street to Second street. If injuries. He was able to be taken
camp Saturday night.
bacco, Cigarettes, Cigars.
J. J. STANLEY
2c. stamp for full particulars. that sounde contusing it ia the fault home yesterday aod was brought
Any one wanting hay baled call
HEMET TOBACCO CO., New of the folks who named the streets here to take the morning train.
and not the Herald. The two beau
8 ll-2 tp
maples in front of W. C. Rose’s
FOR SALE—One of the best farms
The Host (showing family portraits,
More ‘‘prosperity’’ is reported
on the Coquille at the cheapest
proudly)—Portrait o f my great-uncle—
J. W. LENEVE
path of progress.
Wm. Hucbinson, wife and two from the Columbia river, where the
lost an arm at Waterloo. The Youth
daughtera, formerly of Marabtirld, fishermen are paid less for their aal- FOR SALE—Ten acre tract, three
The Seventh Day Adventists will (hopelessly bored)—Beastly place, W a
blocks from court house, 4J acres hold services at their church Friday terloo: lost my golf clubs there last
called on frienda here Thursday, be mou on account of the war
bearing berries, balance gar evening at 8 p. m.; Sabbath School
ing od their way home to Portland
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables al
den and pasture. 7-room house
from a month’s visit on the Bay.
ways found at Lynos k Jones.
The George W. Elder is laid up
aod good outbuildings. Half on at 10 a. m. Saturday, Preaching ser
time, if desired. Reason for sell vices at 11 a. ro. and 2 p. m., to be at Portland by an accident and will
ing, old age of owner. Apply to conducted by Elder Robert Airey, not aail from Marshfield again until
7-14 15tp formerly of this place.
tbe ICtb. Some Coos county peo
A SNAP FOR A HOME— Good lot
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Black, of pie, including F. C. True and family
close in with good new 2 room Marsbfield, who recently returned of this city, who intended to come
cottage and enough lumber to
on her were obliged to wait for the
build addition all for $325. Will from Idaho, were over Friday in
to match our prices. Its hard to match
take labor for large part, or
our qualities. Brisker business brings
monthly payments Coquille Real bring borne their daughter, who
has been visiting at tbe home of Free Canadian Homestead
bigger, better buying. Better buying,
Beyers. Mr. Black did not
ROOMS AND HOUSEKEEPING
better bargains. The proof of all is here.
Why pay $50 to be located? We
APARTMENTS—Vendome Lodg-1 fall in lov with Idaho and is glad
ing House. Everything neat and ' to get back to the fresh breezea aod give you full information where the
Clean. Your patronage solicited.
beat lands are in Western Canada
timber-covered bills of Coos.
W. E. CLEG HORN AND WIFE,
and British Columbia that are close
SHINGLES FOR SALE — En
quire of Geo. T. Moulton, Agent to railroad and town; name of guide
FOR SALE— Some good residence for the Hammock Shingle Co.
on tbe ground; full direction to get
properties near business center;
In rounding up bargains we never forget
maps and platts free; how to get
half down, balance on terms; $G0()
Accompanied by his wife, L. W.
homeseekera tickets; everthing you
‘'Quality." Prove us this week along
Turnbull, tba new f rincipal of tbe need to know nod locate yourself,
Coquille high school arrived Thurs alt for $3.00. Remit amount by P.
FOR SALE—Forty acres of good day from Grants Pass, where he has O. order and we will aend you the
land. Price $3000. If you want | been employed in the high school complete information at once. THE
something choice this is it.
In for the past three year» On Friday CANADIAN HOMESTEAD COM
PANY, 73 6th ST. PORTLAND,
quire of, or address, with stamp
for reply, R. A Easton, Mountain they went to Bandon, where they OREO For reference, THE FARM
Glade, Sitkum P. O., Coos Co will camp for a couple of weeks MAGAZINE COMPANY, 411 PAN-
S. M. Nosier & Co.
awaiting the opening of the school AMAN BLDG , PORTLAND, ORE.
M. M. YOUNG, Proprietor
It’ s Easy
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W h en used to 'dominate
Boy Scouts Take a Hike
County Court Makes Order
Touching Tax Penalties
A party of boy scouts numbering
The county court made an im
fourteen, under Scoutmaster N. C.
Kelly took a hike of about 95 miles portant order last week in the mat
last week, leaving here Tuesday ter of the collection of penalties in
and getting back Sunday noon. the case ot taxes half of which have
They went from here to Bullards, been paid prior to April first of this
thence to Three-mile creek, where year and the other half of which
they camped two nights; thence to shall be paid belore Sept first. Cit
Fve-mile, to Reynolds’ mill over ing the cases in Multnomah and
the Seven Devils trail to cape Arago Lane counties in which the courts
via Shore Acres, thence by Coos have held that peualties can not he
head to Empire,North Bend, Marsh enforced in such cases, together
field and home. Tbe boys ranged j with the recent action of the Drug-
in age from 12 to 15 years and J las county court, our court says:
Now therefore, iu view of said ad
stood up manfully to their work.
Each carried a kit iucluding sleep judications, it is hereby ordered
ing bag, cooking untensilsand food, that the Treasurer and T ax Collect
aud each made his own beJ and at or for the County of Coos be and is
tended to his own commissary de hereby authorized to issue his re
partment. At night a double guard ceipt in full for the taxes for the
was kept, the bovs taking turns on year 19 13 to all persons who may
a shift of one hour and twenty min have paid the first half of bis taxes
utes. Only two boys fell out of the prior to April 1st, 1914 and who
ranks before reaching home.
Guy shall pay the second half thereof pri
Mintouye, who was suffering from 11 or to September 1st, 1914, and the
lame knee that had been hurt before Treasurer and T ax Collector tor
was sent home on tbe train from Coos County shall not require the
Marshfield, and Neil McDonald, paymeut of any penalty by said
whose parents were expecting him persons.
Saturday at Myrtle Point, was also
Outing Party Returns
sent on the train. The boys showed
their nerve by camping one night
M. C . Medley, L- P. Maury,
within a few yards of the old grave I Geo Lorenz and Chas Martin, re
yard at Empire, though the prox turned from an eight days’ outing
imity of tbe city of tbe dead was | in Curry county Friday evening.
known only to tbe scout master un | They went to a point about 52
til after the camp was established. miles distant on Elk river, going
A party of hilarious joy r.ders who by wagon to Eckley and packing
called about midnight were much over a trail from that point. They
astonished at finding the camp in say that tbe road lo Eckley is now
such a place. Tbe hike was intense traveled by many autos and is in
ly enjoyed by tho boys and did good shape They had a very en
tbenr-a world of good.
Mr. Kelly- joyable outing, got enough deer to
says that one of tbe pleasantest fea say that they had venison, and
tures of the trip was the universal found fine fishing.
interest shown by the people along
Not to encroach on the Marshfield
the route and the good feeling and
copyright, it is bears in the Coquille
courtesy shown toward the youDg berry patches, instead of panthers.
Tbe boys in the company were:
Wellman Ball, Paul Lamson, James
Andrews, Louie McGuffin Bill Mil
" Schooling in youth should Invariably ba
ler, Kenneth Kistner.Guy Mintouye, directed to prepare a person in the beat w ar
for the best permanent occupation for which
Theodore Starr, Clyde Lavine, Lisle he la capable. ’—President C. W Eliot.
Bishop,Earl Isensee, Dewey Walke ,
This Is the Mission of the
Neil McDonald, Cbarlev Gill.
THE LIFE CAREER
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
The annual teachers’ institute
will be held at Myrtle Point the
week of August 24th to 29th inclu
sive. The principal instructors will
be Slate Supt. J. A. Churchill,
Asst. S(ate Supt. F. K. Wells, Prof.
Thos. L- Gentle, of the Oregon
normal school, Miss Ruby E Shear
er of Portland, and Miss Arbiith-
not ol tbe Oregon normal school,
specialist in the Palmer writing sys-
tam. The last day will be partly
taken up with a school board con
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SEPTEH BER 18th. 1914
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