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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1914)
F u I huom ) Coufucliouerv hae the earh subscription to ibe Herald At the M. E. Church, South
exclusive agency iu Coquille for liemember that.
Stafford's i-Tone Chocolate»*.
B. H. Haakiu brought to this of
Uev. K H. Mowre of Portland,
Mrs. li. Subii* 1er, formerly M ibb fice last week H o m e apecimeoa of preaiding F iler of the Willamette
Dell Fox, passed through town hint fruit raised on his place in the sub District, M E Church, South, is
Thursday ou hei way to MinhUrM ii rI ih , to which he declined to give a holding his fourtb round of quarter
ly conferences in 0 <>os oouutv, and
to take the steamer for her home in name. They look like a prune but will preach at the South Methodist
Portinoli, utter a riait of shout aev- are shaped like a plumb and are church in this city next Sunday
eu weeka with her parents at Ban- about the size of a sui ill peach, and night
Mr Mowre is a speaker of
don. She w u h accompanied by he he swvh they grow on a tree that d o mean ability, and Dever fails to
looks like a weeping willow. Any entertain and instruct bis hearer*
The people of Coquille-are cordially
in stock at way the meat ia tirm and ot tine invited to attend this service Come
flavor and they are mighty go"d and bear thi preaching and the
Li on« H i Joues
The Beyers-Lawhorn party, men
tioned mst week as going to Can-
Notice of School Opening
yonvdle on no auto trip, returned
They diove to
The Coquille schools will o|«n on
L K Rhodes and Mable King,
tb r deslioat:ou in one day, arriv Tuesday, Sept 8
Ernest A. Folsom and Iva L
it Cany.mville early, and made the first giade cannot he admitted
return trip in about tue same la,er lhau Sept, 14 Children under
six years ol age cannot be admitted,
Willis Bryant and Mildred Mc
time, meeting with
. . .
1 he Supeunteodent will be in
eitbui wai. I hey report the prune |,js office from two lo lour p m on Bee
Alleu R. Panter and Helen H.
picking se is.m just commencing at Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
of the week preceding the opening Gardner.
of school lo enroll pupils who have
| Don’t get “ crazy with the heat"— attended oilier schools and who aie
“ Ordered it Stopped”
What is more annoying than using cheap lead
entering the Coqnille schools lor
absorb a cooling drink.
the first time. Such childreu cau-
Th« Herald is in receipt of the
pencils and cheap, soft paper which snags your pen
not be enjolled on tbe opening day. following communication:
and spreads ink?
Buy our good grade paper, pens
Unless enrolled on one of the days
Btart tomorrow or next day for
mentioned, it will be necessary lor
and pencils, and make writing a com fort
Roseburg by auto stage, on a visit them lo wait until Wednesday, Coquille Herald.
want your children to learn to write easily, furnish
' to the Willamette vallev.
She will Sept 9.
I got your bill for the $3 00 (for
them with good quality stationery.
visit her brother, M. 51. Porterfield,
, 2 yrs.) When mv time was up I
Our leather goods are the superior kind.
I who is a hop raiser rear Indepen at tbe school building at the same told you to stop it and sence you
time to enroll high school students,
d en ce, and will go to Salem aud all students are urged to eutoll at have seut it at you responcibility
o f them, too.
i other towns to see old friends. She that time in order that there may ¡ and dont consider I own you any
thing for the paper tbe last to
¡expects to be gone at least three be ample opportunity for consulta
Come to OUR Drug Store
! years, dont send it any more.
months aud may be gone all winter tion as to studies.
An eighth grade examination will
This is the sort of thiog that
You should place your orders for be held in the eighth grade room on
.your Caoning Peaches Now with Thursday and Friday, Sept. 3 and makes a newspaper man tired. If
! Lyons A Jones.
Pupils expecting to take this there are aDy others on the list who
THE REXHLL STORE
have ordered tbe paper stopped at
Be snre to read the announce examination are requested to notify I some time in the past, aud who
the city superintendent by mail,
ment of our new clubbing offer ou stating the subjects to be taken.
j don’t concider that they own any-
I thing for the paper sence, we beg
\Vashtub8 ami boilers, at Ander-
P r o fe s s io n a l C a r d s
of them to let u* know at once. It
is not the inteulioD of tbe present
you can get four good monthly
mansgement to semi the paper to
A year’s subscription to the Her
Dr. C. W. ENDIC0TT
publications for a whole year at a
any one who doesn’t want it, and
cost of 25 cents you are certaiuly
when a subscriber orders bis paper
Lorrin Forty, who is stationed as
tions, all for $1.75, is going some.
Office over First National Bank
stopped we are as careful to stop it
breaking the record. And with it
Phone Main 431
Mrs Rosa Preuss was in town you get from 1500 to 3000 votes
as we are to put a new subscriber
We don’t like to loses
yesterday from Marshfield, inter for your favorite candidate with a day in town the first of the week od the list
Ho says that there has m*t been paying subscriber; we don’t demand
viewing School Supt. Baker in prep
any bad fires in that section during cash iu advance; we are perfectly
aration for teaching the school on j
willing to wait on any one who does
summer, and that following
Trunks and Suitcases, at Ander-
not find it convenient to pay regular
Gov. West's order closing the game ly and we do not Cut a eubscriber
All warm weather drinks will be j
season he warned eleven hunters to off the list simply because bis time
Z' T. Siglin came over from the
is up, uuless be has given us in
The Herald is in receipt of a sertion. No charge less than 15 cents' leave the woods.
Bay this morning.
structions to do b o ; but we do like
Wm. Hurst Sr. was in town one to be treated with common business
Dumber of copies of “ Tbe Woman’s
A. J. Sherwood returned from
WANTED— To let a contract to log day last week marketing the lant of
World,’ ’ one of the publications in
a million feel of timber. Close hi* gravenstiue apple crop from bis
the Bay this morning, bringing a
Any one who has read tbe Herald
our great clubbing offer. Call ami
haul. B. Folsom, Coquille. 9-1-tf
suit case with him
Elk river farm. Owing to its dry for the past “ to" years knows that
get a copy.
FOR SALE—Four extra good cows ness the season s unusually early, it changed hands and changed man
Ice Cream at Folsom’s Confection
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables al
agement ou Feb 1, 1013
coming fresh this fall.
and Mr. Hurst says that bis Bartlett happened before that is a matter of
ways found at Lynos A Jones.
F. A. Gilfillao hag been selected
peara are ready to pick, which is guess-work— and the present editor
Willie Bryant, of Portland, and
aa one of the teachers in the Coos
FOR SALE —Two gasoline lighting something uuusual for this sectiou. has been away from Maiue so long
Mildred McBee, of Bridge, were
In first class
river consolidated district.
Generally speaking, there will that he is a poor guesser. He bas
marriyd at the Methodist parsonage
Cost $85 each, will sell
explained the situation through tbe
You should try a pair of PhoeDix Saturday, Rev, C. H. Bryan officiat
be more than half a crop of paper and has sent out statements
fore $15. Address Cbas. Baxter.
Hose at Lyons <fe Jones.
fruit in Curry county this season. several times. Now he feels that it
SHINGLES FOR SALE — En
T. A. Walker will make special OAK BARRELS— For sale. Chas. L«ck of rain is given as the cause, is time for bis subscribers to begin
Tbe potato crop in thia vicinity is to do their part. If there is any one
quire of Geo. T. M mlton, Agent trips to Roseburg at reasonable
for the Hammock Shingle Co.
Large, high-power auto.
»180 a poor one, and the price of on the list who once told Mr Dean
or Mr. Updyke or Mr. Connor or
tubulars promises to keep pace with Mr. Ackerman to stop tbe paper,
John M. Scott, general passenger
tbe advance in the price of other and who therefore feels that he is
agent of the 8 P at Portland,
also a few very choice young
Be nice t<5 tbe ladies when they
made a hurried caH at the Herald
unffer no obligations for what be
grade cows F. A. Sacahi, Marsh food stuffs.
call for your subscription to tbe
has had since, we would like to hear
office last week
from him at hi* earliest convenience.
Robert Train took out jesterdav
White paper costs money, since the
SALE—One Admiral Steel
a load of tools etc lo Cherry creek, out and working for what they ! FOR
Hay Press, full circle, low step
A romance of several years’ du European war commenced, and we
where Moon and Barkley have tak
over, will bale 18 to 22 tons in 10 ration culminated last Saturday, have no money to throw away.
whether you can give them other
To those subscribers who are in
en a contract of road work
hours. In good shape for work when E. A. Folsom suddenly disap
help or not.
Buggy for sale or trade. Tongue,
W. A. GAGE, Allegany, Oregon. Garrett vanished from her home at
Bedsteads, springs and mattress
shafts ami top. At Anderson's.
es, at Anderson’s.
Myrtle PoiDt. They were married
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Robinson are
at high noon in Marshfield and took
back from their auto trip to Port
passage on the steamer Elder lor
land and the springs, reporting a site of tbe consolidated Coos river' range, in good order, water at- Portland on their weddiug trip.
district has beeu settled, and a deed ! tachmeuts M. M. Young, Bax- They will visit Mr. Folsom’s people
pleasant tri^with no acci lents.
to the site from Mrs. Mary R. Smith j ter Hotel.
at Vancouver, and tbe date of their
Tbe Girdiner Mill Co safe was
return has not been set.
has been placed on record.
looted Sunday evening and the rob
som is O D e of Coquille’8 reliable and
W. C- Rose and wife are visiting
re je cte d young business men and
bers got away with about $2000 it)
$ 10 0
Mr. Rose’s parents near Roseburg
proprietor of Folsom’s Confec
caab and $1000 worth ot jewlry.
monthly and Traveling Expenses.
They went out in their auto over j Advertise Smoking, Chewing To tionery. Tbe bride is an estimable
Get your heating sti ves at And r-
It is our business, so it
bacco, Cigarettes, Cigars.
SeDd and popular young ladv of Myrtle
sons, coal or wood. From $5.50 to the Coos Bay wagon road, and they
Poiut, where she has lived for a
necessary that we use
JUG 50. Double votes given 1 11 all
HEMET TOBACCO COr, New number of years with her mother
the woist road in the state.
very best and latest
and brother. Tue newly tu<riied
York, N. Y.
couple have the best wishes of all.
W J. Longston has finished pav
During the visit of the Portland
methods to turn out the
ing the intersection of C and Front business men last week this office FOR SALE—T)ne of the best farms
best work possible
streets and i* moving his 0111fit to received a pleasant call from C. C. i ou (U® Coquille at tbe cheapest
J. W . LE NEVE
Bandon, where lie has a csntract Chapman, secretary of the Portland
Tbe Teachera’ Institute held at
for sewers, street paviug autl side Commercirl Ciub, who talked very | FOR SALE—Ten acre tract, three
walks smounting to about $15,000, nicely about this country and about I blocks from court house, 4J acres Myrtle Poiut last week was the larg
in beariug berries, balance gar est ever held in the county and is
Our service is at your command.
which be will endeavor to finish be the interest taken by Portland in
If you are not already a customer
den and pasture. 7-room house pronounced an unqualified success.
fore the rainy et-ssou sets in,
we would he pi ad to add you to
and good outbuildings. Half ou
our host of satisfied patrons.
time, if desired. Reason for Bell some of the foremost educators of
ing, old age of owner. Apply to the state, and the lectures were
7-14 15tp most instructive to tbe teachers in
! attendance, ¿Certificates of Attend
A SNAP FOR A HOME— Good lo t ance to the number of 112 were is
close in with good new 2 room sued and this does not cover the
cottage and enough lumber to ; full number who attended tbe insti
build addition all for $325. Will tute, as gome did not call for certif-
to match our prices. Its hard to match
take labor for large part, or I icstes. The Mjrtlt Point people
our qualities. Brisker business brings
monthly payments CoquiMe Real entertained the gallo ting in a most
hospitable manner, and everything
bigger, better buying. Better buying,
ib u t
p cw & 'J b it
arrears but who intend to pay when
th y can we wish to say that we are
glad to keep them oo tbe list until
such time as it is convenient for
them to settle, an 1 they nerd feel
no embarrassment at owing the pa-
| er a few dollars, That part of it
is alt right. It is these fellows who
take the paper su I read it for years,
with the iateution of pleading that
ol I gag “ ordered it Stopped" to es-
cipe payment w ! m get our goat.
The Piano Contest
The couut of votes in the Dr tue-
Andetson Piano Contest last Satur
day night resulted in tbe awarding
of the weekly prizes of two coffee
percolators to Belva Pinston, at
Drane’s, and Mary Fusonne, at A n
derson’s, those two having turned Beulah Price_____ _______ 24,425
in the greatest number of votes dur- Addis Donaldsou _________ 22,825
iug the wtek.
Myrtle Newton _
The two candidates polling the B-Ivu Pmgslon "
most voles this week will each re Mrs. Pad get _____________ 14,265
ceive a beautiful set of orange Mrs. P. P. Leatberwood__ 10,810
Mabel W ilcox______;_______ 10,700
Some of the candidates stood still Mrs. AI Garten___ _________ 10,255
but many made substantial gains, Mrs. Medley_________________ 9,885
indicating that those in the lead Mrs. G. R. Wicknem_________ 8,965
will have to keep moving if they Mrs Mary Med lock • _ _ ; 8,770-
wish to retain their advantage Edith Morgan____
Mi*s Pinkston, the winner at Julia Doudouo___________
Drane’s, polled 566s votes during Grace Miller_________________2,220
the week, while Mary Fusonne took Katberiue Terris_____________ 2,025
the prize at Anderson's with a gain
of 4080. The figures are compara
tively small and should be encour Mr*. Mabel Samson_________ 16,745
aging to the other candidates who Mr*. E. N. Harry______ „„11,300
have not yet made much ol a show Katherine Terris_____________7,260
! Mary Fusonne_______________ 6,080
Any candidate who had got out ! Verna Phillips_______________ 4,965
and rustled a couple of new sub [ Mildred Ma^t________________ 3,165
scribers to the Herald last week •Mt s L. A. Ross_____________3,080
could have walked away with the Lucdla Corbett______________ 2,945
percolator at either place Or any one | Mrs 'libbetts_________________2,160
who had collected a lew dollars ot | Violet Shuck_____________
CURRY COUNTY CUH1NGS
Has Had Our Careful
better bargains. The proof of all is here.
Just a Word
In rounding up bargains we neuer forget
“Quality.” Proue us this week along
The Model Grocery
S. M. Nosier & Co.
* v n
R n iT «tvK F F P T vn : pRS88'* off in the n" st
1 n t n m t.r v * P }r ,
manner. The institute will he held
AIARTMENTS Veodom® Lodg-
Q0q Uj|je D(,xt year during the
ing House. Everything neat and last week of August.
clean. Your patronage solicited. 1
W E. CLEGHORN AND W IFE.!
$100 Rew.trd, $100
readers of this paper will
FOR HA LE —Some good residence
properties near business center;
half dowu, balance on terms; $600
J J STANLEY.
FOR HALE—Fortv acres of good
land. Price $3000, If you want
something choice this is it.
quire of, or address, with stamp
for reply, K. A Easton, Mountain
Glade, Hitkum P. O., Coos Co.
pleased to learn that there is at least one
dreaded disease that science has been
able to cure In all its stages, and that is
Catarrh. Hall’s Catarrh (Jure is the only
positive cure now km vn to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh b* *
disease, requires a c stitutional treat
ment. Hall’s Catarrh Cure Is taken In
ternally, acting direct
upon the blood
and mucous surfaces « f the system there
by destroying the foundation of the dis
ease. and giving the p.¡ti nt strength by
building up the consti"¡tion and assisting
nature In doing Its w<
have so much faith i t its curative pow
ers that they offer O r Hundred Dollar*
for any case that It ‘’ails to cure. 8en«l
for list of testimonial«.
A d d r e s s F. J . C H E N E Y A C O ., T o le d o , O h io.
S o ld b y a ll D ru g g iR ts , 7 V .
T aka H a ll’ s F a m ily PUls U * co o a tlp a tlo o .
Make the most of us. Finest
bread, cakes and pies— made
dean, baked clean, sold clean.
Why not patronize such a
bakeshop as ours—light, airy,
We would welcome you as a
regular customer. Phone ua.
Deliveries made promptly.
Our Customers Are Satisfied!
CITY B H K 6R Y
C O O K
B R O S , PR O P-
A LICKING BLOCK
That’s What Your Cattle Want
Don’t put out loose salt to be wasted, nor de
pend on guessing when your cattle need it.
Set up a fine, solid, 50 lb. block of rock salt in
the pasture where the cattle can go to it and
lick it whenever they feel the need of salt.
That is the best and most economical way.
Get it at
P. E. D R A N E ’ S
Tt\e Greater Oregon, >
With new buildings, better equip
ment, enlarged grounds, and many ad
ditions to its faculty, the University
of Oregon will begin its thirty-ninth
year Tuesday, September 15.
Special training for Business, Jour
nalism, Law, Medicine, Teaching, L i
brary Work, Music. Architecture.
Physical Training and Fine Arts,
largest and strongest departments
of liberal education.
COQUILLE LAUNDRY &ICE CO.
n n /iu u
streets to search,
Sans bread, sans cake, sans baker
LAUND E RI NG
In T o w n !
Ah, choose the m ost for what you y*t
Before you , too, into the street de
Every Part of the Art of
the back subscriptions which only
need to be ca(led for could have
piled up enough votes in an hour
to take a prize. Tbe same condi
tion prevails this week, and tbe
Herald will lend ..11 assistance pos
sible to any caudidate who shows a
disposition to hustle.
With the extremely liberal club
bing offer advertised in this issue it
should be easy for candidates to get
new subscribers or renewals, and
tbe votes count up fast when you
get 1000 or 7 0 0 0 on the dollar.
We would like to have every can
didate call aud see what we can do
Saturday night’s couut of votes
left the staudiug of the candidates
L ib r a r y o f m o r e than 50.00S v o lu m e * , t w o
sp le n d id g y m n a siu m s, e le v e n b u ild in g s fu lly 1
e q u ip p e d
fltO.OSS A d m in is tra tio n j
B u ildin g in c o u r s e o f to n s tru < $ lo n
T u it io n F ree.
D o r m it o r ie s f o r m en en d
fo r w o m e n
E x p e n s e s lo w e s t.
W r ite t o r c a t a lo g and illu stra ted b o o k l e t , j
A d d re s s in g R egistra r.
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J. E. NORTON
Agent*. Coquille. Oregon
GET THE BEST
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Swift’s Premium Hams, Swift’s Silver Leaf Lard
At All Grocers
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