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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 18, 1914)
Ice Cream at Folsom’s Confection
M. M. Youog, landlord of the
| Baxter hotel, has sold his interest
At a short meeting last evening in tbe Pacific Real Estate Co. to A
the council accepted tbe C street M. Holt, and will confine his activ
improvement ami tbe Loug-ton ■ ties to the corner of First and B
Construction Co. was paid $135 i as streets, in a business way.
partial payment on the job.
SHINGLES FOR SALE __ En-
Phoenix Hose now in stock at quire of Geo T. Moulton, Agent
for the Hammock Shingle Co.
Lyons & Jones
Tw o Young Girls
Are Bathing Victims
T oo, Nights Are Com ing
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Two girls ot sixteeu met their
deaths by drowning last Wednesday
morning in tht East fork of the Co-
riv,;r a sllort distance below
the Brewster valley school house.
The victims were Vera Harry,
daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. E. N.
Former Kuusans aud their fami Harry, ol Brewster valley and Mae
The names of Miss Verna Phillips
and Miss Mary Fusoune have been lies me invited to attend hu all-dav Blossom Willey, daughter ol Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Willey,of Fairview,
added to the list of contestants in picnic at Patterson's grove next
whose father is employed in J. A.
H. O. Anderson’s piano contest; Saturday, Aug. 22nd Bring baskets
. Lamb & Company’s hardware store
faad gone lQ ^
Mrs. C. I. Kime and Mrs. Homer
Holverstott to P. E. Drane’s list.
ed by a sister of the Willey girl,!
One Jim Colling was brought over
aged about eight years, and a
The air has been impregnated j
from Marshfield yeeterday to be
youugtr child, daughter ol Pearly
kept for 20 days where he would
Crowlv- According to the story of
not be tempted to steal eggs, that that Governor West lmd closed the i the children, the Willey girl got
being the offense of which he had hunting aeason by proclamation, on beyond her depth, as the river hot J
account of tile dryness of the woods tom is very uneven, and her call for |
aud the danger of firb. Yesterday it help brought tbe Harry girl to hei
You should place your orders for
assistance, with the result that they
It gives full value
your Canning Peaches Now with was confidently stated that notifica were both drowned. It seems that
heat for every
tion of such action had been re a youuger Harry girl was also of
Lyons A Jones.
ounce of fuel that
Thomas Itooke, ot North Bend, ceived at tbe court house, but nei the party and she attemptet to give
help aud did reach her sister’s hand
you put into it
was seriously if not fatally injured ther County Clerk Watson nor but was unable to bring he. to a
last Tuesday at the Baker ranch near S heri! Gage had received any such footing. Vera told her fo let go or
Myrtle Point, by falling from the notice.
she would be downed too, and to
You found entertainment and run and tell their father that she
roof of a barn which he was painting.
refreshment at from a nickel up at was drowning. The children ran
K. T. Spaulding, traveling auditor the Epworth League campfire social for help but it was about an hour
Made on the Pacific Coast for Coast trade
of the State Industrial Accident Saturday night.
before the bodies were recovered.
Perfect bakers and fuel-savers— Fully guaranteed
Every effort at resuscitation failed,
Commission was in town last week
The report tbHt reached here
and Dr. Johnson, who had been
on duties connected with tbe admin
Wednesday to the effect that the old summoned from Myrtle Point and
istration of the workmen’s compen Beyers residence near Sumner had
made a quick ruu to the scene also
been destroyed by fire proved to be found nis efforts useless.
Don’t get “ crazy with the heat” — like tbe report of the man’s death, Harry’s body was buried in the
Dora cemetery Friday, the funetal
Go to Folsom’e Confectionery and
which was “ grealty exaggerated.”
being attended by practically all the
absorb a cooling driuk.
Tbe blaze was extinguished with people in the neighborhood and by
M. J. Hartson and family and slight damage.
quite a number from Coquille. The
Henry Lorenz and family went with
8 B. Foster, assistant state veter Willey funeral was postponed,
their autos up tbe South fork Sat
awaiting the arrival of a sister,
We Furnish the Home Complete
inarian, came over this
Edith, of Los Angeles, and was
urday evening and returned Mon
foom tbe Bay, wberu he has been ex help in this city Sunday.
day morning, having good fishing
amining some of the dairy herds
In connection with the above,
and a fine outing. Alex Rose was
for the farmers. He will be here our East Fork correspondent makes
also with the party.
and ahvMyrtle Point for a couple of the following sensible suggestion:
“ I do not know that any doctor
T. A. Walker will make special days, when he will go to Bandon.
in tbe county has a pultnotor.
trips to Roseburg at reasonable
Large, bigh-power auto. This opportunity b I uu I 1 be seized Whether there is or not, it is a
Parties desiring to go call either by any of our farmers who are hav thing that the county ought to own
In fact, the county ought to own at
ing trouble with their stock.
least two, one for tbe Bay side and
Manager McKenna, of the Oregon
Folsom’s Confectionery has the one for the Coquille valley. There
Here is a chance for a farmer: A 62-acre farm; 60
Power Co., was shoving a seven- exclusive agency in Coquille for is no question in my mind but the
land; I 5 acres under plow and 1 5 acres more
inch grin around town this morn Stafford’s tii-Tone Chocolates.
county court may buy these, fully
ready to burn; good creek of running water
Dr. C J. Smith, the Portland pol assured that is rnhat the people
ing, having just received advices
G ood house, insured for $ 1000; fair
from Chicago which indicated that
have in charge of the one at the
the round-up of the first year’s on the Democratic ticket, visited the
and all necessary outbuildings. This
Bay and the sheriff's office the oue
He ia Governor at Coquille, subject to demand by
business in Coquille was quite satis couuty last week
place is 16 miles from Coquille, is on a plank road
West’s candidate, but when asked any doctor or any else capable of
factory to the nome office.
and milk route, one mile from po& office and school.
in Marshfield if be proposed to handling it, in case of drowning or
M oney can be made on this place by any one who
carry out West’s policies he side,
Tbe Oregon Power Co. has a
understands farming, or it is an excellent buy as a
stepped with remarkable agility for
pulmotor at the Bay for the use of
a man of his build
As before re the community, and considerable
speculation. Land is going up and will never again
RATES: One cent a word, each in
use has been made of it There is
be so cheap in C oos county as it is today.
sertion. No charge less than 15 cents' marked, Dr. Smitb is a politician.
C. S. Jackson, an attorney and little doubt that such a machine
will be given on part of the purchase price if desired.
FOR SALE—Two gasoline lighting
prominent citizen of Roseburg, might have saved the lives of these
Investigate this if you want a farm.
In first class
two young girls.
Cost $85 each, will sell died suddenly c l heart failure. He
fore $45. Address Chas. Baxter w b b at his country home on Rice
8 18 3tp
creek and bad been burning a slash
Marshfield Musicians’ Ass’n. Local
ing. He was alone at tbe time and
OAK BAHRELS- -For salo. Chas.
bis body was uot discovered for No. G44 A. F. of M will receive ap
plications, from all competent musi
some hours. He was u cousin of C,
FOR SALE—Pure b r e d Jersey W Rose of this city and had spent cians within its jurisdiction, for
charter membership. Charter will
calve; from register of merit dams
considerable time in his youth in remaiD open from Aug. 15th to
also a few very choice young
grade cows. F. A. Sacahi, Marsh Coos county, where he hid many 8 ept. 13th (inclusive). Address
GEO C. MURPHY
acquaintances and friends.
List to Cmar of the Bake-
Sec. Am Fed. of Musicians Local
Wm. Candlin returned Friday
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FOR SALE—One Admiral Steel
A moment’s halt — a momentary
£ * y v ;' - >: * «
Hay Press, full circle, low step from a business trip to Portlaud.
over, will bale 18 to 22 tonB in 10 He came by way of the Siuslaw, tak
O f dainties from the shelf above the
hours. In good shape for work ing tbe train out for about 30 miles
Guy W as Game
For futlber information write from Eugene aud staging about 14
And, lo, the eager passerby has
I l l » -,
W. A. GAGE, Allegany, Oregon.
The editor of the Herald has
He says that tbe Myrtle
The something he set out for. Oh,
Point-Roseburg road is a boulevard
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nervous appreheusion for the past
FOR SALE OR TRA D E —Monarch compared to that one. Like every week, but fortunately his fears
range, in good order, water at one else who passes that way, Mr. seem to have been groundless
We smile with pride every
M. M. Young, Bax- Candlin reports that tbe railroad getting the particulars ol the Scouts’
time we turn out a batch of
hike from Scoutmaster Kelly last
work is being "rushed.”
our dainties — pies, cream
week our marine reporter got his
TOBACCO AND CIGAR SALES
puffs, tarts, cakes, etc.
MEN—Wanted to advertise. Ex
Make haste. Taste them.
Mintonye went lame anil was sent
home on tbe train from Marshfield,
We use only the purest ma
monthly and Traveling Expenses.
Frederick E. Drane and Maude A.
whereas it was another boy, aDd
Advertise Smoking, Chewing To Newton.
terials. Our bakeshop is as
Mr. Kelly says that Guy was the
bacco, Cigarettes, Cigars.
as a whistle.
Finis Houser and Nelly Neely.
hardest little nut in the outfit.
2 c. stamp for full particulars.
Winfred B Adams and Edna R.
HEMET TOBACCO CO., New
Return From Outing
We're experts in pastry.
York, N. Y.
Arthur W. Alexander and Allie
FOR SALE—One of the best farms E. Dungman.
A. J. Sherwood and L A. Lilje.
on tbe Coquille at tbe cheapest
qvist and families returned Inst
J. W. LENEVE
Wednesday from their outing in
Curry couuty, having had a most
FOR SALE—Ten acre tract, three
Just before we went to press, a enjoyable and beneficial time Mr.
blocks from court house, 4J acres
in bearing berries, balance gar boy named Otis Beckham, whose LiljeqviBt says that he saw about
CO O K B R O S . PR O P.
den aud pasture. 7-room house parents live at Fisbtrap.was brought fifty deer but does Dot thiok that
and good outbuildings. Half on in by J. N. Jacobson and taken to more than four of them were bucks,
time, if desired. Reason for sell Dr. Richmond’s office to have bis and be “got” two of these. The
He had other two limited their appearance
ing, old age of owner. Apply to head put together again.
7-14 15tp been playing with handcar at Aasen's on the screen to short “ flashes ”
camp and the handlebars came down Of trout they caught the limit. The
A SNAP FOR A HOME—Good l o t on his topknot. He did not seem only accident of the trip oocurred
close in with good new 2 room to be seriously injured, as he was after it was over, when Mr. Lilje-
Swift’s Premium Bacon,
cottage and enough lumber to able to walk, and bis lungs were in qvist, having forgotten how to ne
Hams, Swift’s Silver Leaf Lard
build addition all for $325. Will good working order immediately gotiate a flight of stairs, fell down
At All Grocers
bis own back steps and cut biB hand
take labor for large part, or after the accident.
on the edge of an empty can.
monthly payments Coquille Real
Now is the time to subscribe
xxBetter Prepare for Them>o<
W ed gew ood
W e have many excellent tooth pastes and pow
ders you can’t get in any drug store in town but ours.
The bristles do not drop out o f our superior made
W henever you need anything to
beautify your teeth and sweeten your breath, com e to
US. W henever you need any thing in the drugstore
line, com e to us and you will be sure to get the best.
W e do not keep any other kind.
Come to OUR Drug Store
FUH RM AN’S P H A R M A C Y
T H E
R E X H L L
H O T E L
ST O R E
B A X T E R
Under New Management
Having leased this well-equipped hotel, I 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
Office over First National Bank
Phone Main 431
You should try a pair of Phoenix
| Hose at Lyons A Jones.
A ttorney at L aw
M isses Erma and Alice Culin
have gone to Berkeley, Cal., where
they will enter the University of
First National Bank Building
All warm weather drinks will be
found at Folsom’s Confectionery.
A. J. SHERWOOD
F. C. True and family are back
from their trip to the East, and Mr.
True Bays he finds it hard work to
buckle down to juggling groceries
L J. LILJEQVIST
A ttoknby at L aw
First National Rank Building
A ttorney at L aw
E. D. SPERRY
A ttornkt and
C ounsellor at L aw
Office in Kobinaon Building
W. C. CHASE
A ttorny at L aw
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg
G. R. BARROW
A ttorney and C ounsellor at L aw
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables al
ways found at Lynos & Jones.
Fred Slagle went to Roseburg
Sunday in his Ford Runabout and
returned yesterday bringing in his
mother, who had been absent on a
R. H. Mast was on tbe streets
again Saturday after a long and
painful eeige of rheumatism.
looked quite pale around the gills,
and still suffers considerably.
Any one wanting hay baled call
on Rock Robinson, Coquille. He
is an old hand at the business
8 - l l - 2 tp
Tbe Herald is closing a deal with
some Eastern publications for tbe
most astonishing clubbing offer you
J. J. STANLEY
ever saw. You will acknowledge
when you see tbe offer next week
that you never saw such a liberal
offer in your life. If you can call
our a'teution to any offer ever made
in Coos county before that approach
John J uza , of tbe Sentinel force,
es this one in tbe proportion of value
is enjoying a visit from his Bister,
to cost, we will give you a year’s
Miss Lucy Juza, who arrived from subscription to tbe Herald free—
Portland last week.
and this is no bluff. Watch for it.
Office Pitone 335
Residence Phone 346
to match our prices. Its hard to match
our qualities. Brisker business brings
bigger, better buying. Better buying,
better bargains. The proof of all is here.
Just a Word
In rounding up bargains uie neuer forget
“Quality.” Proue us this week along
The Model Grocery
S. M. Nosier & Co.
Wedgewood Sto ve s & Ranges
Four Different S iz e s
From $32.00 to $ 50.00
COQUILLE FURNITURE CO.
$ 6 0 0 0 Fora Farm
B. FOLSOM, COQUILLE
Our Pastry Simply Delicious!
It Just Melts In Your Mouth!
C I T Y
B A K 0 R Y
G E T
Free Canadian Homestead
W . P. Bartlett Here
T H E
D IS T R IB U T O R .
B E ST
N O R TO N
APARTMENT’S —Vendome Lodg
W P. Bartlett, of Eu Clare, Wis.,
ing House. Everything neat and
Why pay $50 to be located? We who has made several visits to this
clean. Your patronage solicited. give you full information where the section and who bought the Orube
W E. CLEGHORN AND WIFE, best lands are in Western Canada tract of timber years ago, arrived
and British Columbia that are close here Friday and went down to Ban tice of the law up fo the first of last
June, and is still in harness for con
FOR SALE— Some good residence to railroad and town; name of guide don Saturday, after a visit with A. sultation in the more importsot
properties near business center; on the ground; full direction to get J. Sherwood and other friends here. cases.
half down, balance on terms; $600 maps and platts free; how to get He was accompanied by his son, C.
homeseekera tickets; everthing you W. Bartlett, an attorney of Port
need to know and locate yourself, land, and F. S. Stanley, a son of L.
J J STANLEY.
all for $3.00. Remit amount by P. C. Stanley who was interested in
FOR SALE—Fortv acres of good O. order and we will send you the the timber deal mentioned above.
At the home of W. D Newton of
land. Price $3000. If you want complete information at once THE They will visit a few days with | Johnson’s Mill, at 12:30 last Sun-
something choice this is it.
In CANADIAN HOMKSTEAD COM Stanley Bartlett, another son, at ! day Rev. Arthur Thomas, pastor ot
quire of, or a Idress, with stamp PANY. 73 6 th ST PORTLAND, Bandon. Mr Bartlett the elder is the M. E. Church. South said the
for reply, R. A Easton, Mountain OREO. For reference, THE FARM 85 years cf age by the calendar but words that made Frederick Elmer
Olade, Sitkum P. O., Coos Co. MAGAZINE COMPANY, 411 P A ' - many years younger in every other Drane and Maude Alice Newton
AMAN BLDG , PORTLAND, ORE. 1 way. He followed the active prac- man and wife "so long as ye both
C O Q U IL L E . O R E G O N
The ceremony was
performed in the presence of the
members ot the immediate families
and a few invited ft ¡ends. A sumpt
uous wedding dinner followed the
The bride and groom
are well and favorably known in
Coos county, being connected with
two of tbe most prominent families
in the county. The future home of
the newlv weds will be at Parkers
The many friends of this
splendid young couple wish them a
long and happy married life.