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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1914)
Ice Cream at Folsom’s Confection ! vvoik in the Law Department, visit to San Francisco, and the pa
j While an undergraduate here, trons of that theater will now no
tice a great improvement in the
The wills of the ue i O Id Felt' ws King was identified with debating matter ol comtort.
and was a u u m lier ol the Executive
building on Sicoud street are i ow Conut ee ot the Stud in li, dv The
The vaudeville sketch put on at
lining under the manipulate ■■ of a following is a list ol Coos s'udtuts 11be Giand last night by the Elliott
at the institution: Dal M King players was very amusing. Edsou
c r e w of brick i u h s o u s .
K McCIuskey, ol Myille Point; Elliott played the part of the Eng
One of the school board informs
Gretchen Sherwood, oi Coquille; lishman with great fidelity, and
the Herald th <t the lib. ey lota Pearl Keigaid,Madge Barry.Charies Helcu Harvey as the Irish maid
which We mentioned a couple ot Haines, Max Reigard and Lucy brought down the house.
weeks ago have been sold. "It pays Powers, ol Marshfield: and Hugh
Watkins, of undou
Bad Train Accident
* <«• .
Get your boy a pair of A. A. Cut
By Home Talent
Bj an accident near the creamery
ler shoes for the .inter at Lyons &
last Friday morning, Miss Edna
Kdson Elliott, who has l>eeu McDonald’s left leg was run over
Peter Loggie, of North Bcud wus working up a plan tor giving a play between knee and ankle by the
iu town y.ster,lay. Mr Loggie is wilh local laleDt has completed his wheels of a logging train, almost
good Republican, but be is boosting arrangements, and r-hersals ar_- completely severing the bmb and
now under way. The play to be
the Coos comity candidate, Fred given is Jim Corbett s famous play u,
necessary. It seems that Miss Mc
Hollister, for congress.
ot “ Pals,” an up to-date story of Donald, who is a stenographer, had
Mr and Mrs. Cljss. Baxter, came college lile at Harvard. This will just come from the creamery and
be produced under Mr. Elliott’s was walking back to town beside
ovir from Mtishlield yesterday,
direction at the Grand November ihe irain which was coming iu to
accompanied l> Miss Eva Schroeder 5th. The cast includes Miss Ruth
By some means her
who had visited them over Sunday Young, Earl Leslie, Roy Avery, the depot.
clothing was caught and she was
Charley reports things livi ly iu Jack Weber and Leland Jackson, drawn toward the track, with the
besides the members d the E'liott • e-xilt given * She was taken to Dr.
When slight pains or aches overtake you, do
Players, who are .themselves now
All cold weather drinks will lie local people but who have had long Colin's office and rhe limb was am-
not wait for them to develop into annoying chronic
1 uta'.ed as soon as help could be se
found at Folsom’s Confectionery.
experience iu the ever popular cured. Dr. Culin later reports that
rheumatism, which may cripple you for life, but
A S' cial dance wssgiveu Widnes Margaret lies company The ad tile patient is doing finely
come straight to us and get some medicine to relieve
day evening us a farewell party lor mission has been fixed at 25 and young lady di» ’ayed a gieai deal
If you have already neglected yourself too
of nerve and did not lose conscious
Clay Ktiowltoo, who was leaving for
ness at the time ol the accident.
long, the sooner you come, the better. Rheumatism
San Francisc • to take a course iu a
The Spaulding Logging Co , at While the accident is bad enough it
requires treatment, not only for the painful joints and
Salem is considering putting in a is very fortúnale that it was no
J. P. Michele, of the the (). P piper an I pulp mill.
worse, as the girl's life might easily
muscles, but for your whole system.
have been lost.
Co. office, Started for his home iu
We don’t keep you waiting forever for your
Lampa and Lower River
Oregon City last night in answer to
To Play Football Nov. 3
a cal', announcing ilie sud new of
I the death ot a sister
Come to O U R Drug Store
The local football te m. which
the river closed down, save one,
Pearlay Lund is helping iu the there is but little business ot traffic was organized some time ago, has
> Kuowltou Drug Store lor a few on the river About all the work made arrangements to play its first
'lays, as the departure of Clay being done is general farm work game with the Marshfield high
THE R E X B LL STORE
school team, at Marshfield ou elec
Knowltod leaves Owen aloue iu the and tie making
The teams are evenly
Ed Gillsspie will move, in a short tion day.
store until the return of his father,
time, from Lampa to the Pendellon matched, as to weight and it is re
the date of which is still uncertain. ranch in the Fat l'ilk country, ported that the Marshfield team is
a fast bunch, and everything goes
Wyandott Washing Powder in which he has leased.
P ro fe ssio n a l C a rd s
¡3 1-2 lb. bags, regular pi ice 25«
Will Forbes who uow lives on the to indicate a splendid game.
: now on sale at Lyons A Jones, 2 Carey ranch says that he will move rangements also have been made to
Dr. C. W. ENDICOTT
play at Marshfield Thanksgiving
j bags for the price of one.
to Coquille soon.
D e n t is t
.fay, but no games have been defin
The City Bakery bus leased the
Miss Rena Danielson will start itely decided upon to be pulled off
Office over First National Bank
Phone Main 431
west half of the W. C. Laird build- for Washington by next boat She on the local grounds, although it is
. lug, and cuipenters have been at intends to spend the winter there
probable that sne'n games will be
School is progressing nicely with played before the season is over.
j work fixing it up for occupaucy,
an attendance ot about 30
while Mr. Laiid has been selling off
Last Friday morning while doing
Chapter of Accidents
j his stock of furniture. The bakery some carpenter work iu a barn near
Three Cana Coudenstd Milk for ; will be moved to the new location his home near Lampa, Mr A Bean
G A Rienke, who has been
25c at Lyon» & Jones
by Nov. 1st, anil Cook brothers fainted and tell eight feet from a working in the local mill for about
From the a month, suffered a peculiar acci
Rev. T. B. McDouald i» reported will then have a fine location for ladder to the ground.
fall he recieved serious brusises and dent Monday morning, by which
quite severely ill.
their increasing business.
was hurt to such an extent that
The Baxter hotel now has a con
With its new coat of whits, the Dr. Mann ol Bandon left orders for his leg was broken He had picked
rip a heavy slab and pitched it out
crete bulkhead to hold up the ter Coos county court house now [»re him to remain in bed lor several
ot the way, when his leg gave way
Are yon better off now than you were race around the front.
sents a very attractive appearance days.
under him, and it was found that
under the Republican administration?
the smaller bone was brokeu near
SHINGLES FOR SALE — En iu its settiug of green. Some folks
To secure a site for a city ball the ankle Rienke is a large and
Are you satisfied?
quire of Geo T. Moulton, Ageut are now saying that a nice green
Eugene will vacate the old high powerful man and his muscles evi
lattice io hide the big wood pile
If you believe in the principles of the
dently put too much strain on the
The new opera chairs for the would be an improvement in appear site and build two new schools.
Republican Party, if you are convinced
bone as hé twisted his leg in throw
that these principles are the best for the Grand theater have arrived and are ances, besides shutting off a disturb
ing the heavy slab
He had re
ing sight from those of us who have
ceived a severe blow in the same
country, then prove it. by voting for being placed today.
spot from a piccaroon a short time
your standard bearer, Robert A. Booth,
Two bags Wyandott Washing to buy our woo l by the load.
S. M. Nosier has purchased the ago, and the bone may have been
Republican candidate for the United Powder for 25c at Lyons & Jones.
The Republican county central wo library lots, and the long-need slightly fractured.
Rov Lawhorne wus over from committee has arrunged for a series ed hitebiug rack for the larmers
Mr. Lee, of Jolmson’s mill, who
will be established thereon as an at
You know that under Republican Marshfield Saturday anil painted a of rallies to be held this week, open
tachment of the Model Grocery. works on the section, is laid up
presidents the people of the United large sign on the west side of ing at North Bend last evening. Work will be commenced at once with a strained and bruised arm.
L A. Pinkston is nursing an arm,
The speakers scheduled to appear as soon as the details of the change
States have good times.
Sample ballots for next Tuesday’s are Chas I Reigard, C. B. Zeek, C. of ownership have been attended broken last week.
You know that under Democratic
A child at Henryville, aged about
to. Hitching racks will be put up
presidents you have Democratic times. election are already to he hud at A. Selilbrede and I. S. Smith, und
and a watering trough provided, five years, required Dr. Richmond's
Remember the prosperity under Mc
ancWt is likely that sheds will also
night, Baudon Wedne-day, Myrtle be erected tor shelter during the attention, having cut its foot severe
by 24 inches
Kinley, Roosevelt and Taft.
ly ou the bottom, cutting away
winter. This will turnish a con nearly the whole ball of the loot.
T. A. Walker will make special
The issue in this campaign is not
venience for the farmers that they
trips to Roseburg nt reasonable closing the campaign here.
Much sickness from measles and
one of personality.
It is not one of
will undoubtedly appreciate, and other ailments is reported, the fam
Large, high-power auto.
It is a question of
the enterprise of S. M. Nosier & Co. ilies of J. B. Pointer, John Hickbara
Parties desiring to go call either
Coos Students at U. of O.
whether you prefer prosperi’y under
will be rewarded by tile increased and Joe Peart being among the
University of Oregon, Eugene— business lrom the country.
The school board of this district
Do you have enough work? Are your
met last Wednesday and decided to The registration at the state univer
At the Shows
Is your business what
call an election November Gth for sity this year has reached 740 or a
gain of 5P over last year’s enroll
you want it to be?
the purpose of levying a tax for ment. Coos county is accredited
Some excellent p'etures have[
If you are satisfied with present con
with nine studeuts among whom is been shown here during the past j
dition«, well and good; if you believe
A. A Cutter shoes for Meu and Gretchen Sherwood of Coquille. week, among the best being tire in
that the present situation is better than
Boys. The Best Winter shoe oo Dal M. King of Myrtle Point, who stallments of “The Perils of Paul- j
graduated last year, has returned ine” and “ The Milliou Dollar Mys
under McKinley, Roosevelt and Taft, he market at Lyons A Jones.
:o college to take post graduate tery,” at the Scenic and Grand res- [
you know what to do.
The bazaar held by the M. E.
pectively. Each ol these is a spleu- I
The way to help bring prosperity is to
did series, with a good story and an :
Ladies’ Aid last Saturday was a
help elect a Republican Senate.
| all star cast, put on by a first-class
A .rent array of
[company. The Herald would ;ug-
epublican candidate in Oregon is R.
beautiful and useful articles was
j gest that the managers arrange
RA TES: One cent a word, each in their dates so that the pictures will
displayed anil sold, and lunches
sertion. No charge less than 15 cents'
were served until the provisions
not be here on the same nights, as
This is a Republican year | gave out About $70 00 was realized
all patrons who admire good pict
} OLD NEWSPAPERS-Cheap at the ures would like to see them both,
I for the church.
IL L undoubtedly is like
but not on the same uight
Vote the ticket straight
Special »tubbing ofTerat Folsom’s
your father and all other
At the Scenic Saturday will be
normal men—he probably
Now is the
I Paid advertisement, Republican State until November lOih
seen the Vitagrapb Broadway Star
a mild stimulant occa
Central Committee. Imperial
Hotel, time to ariange for your winter
at ten dollars per month They teature, "Captain Alvarez,” in six
Don’t start your married life
are 04j£xl75 (t. Inquire of Ned reels. This picture was produced
by being p ru d is h . B e e r is
C. Kelly. *
9-8-tf in California, Edith Storey and oth
healthful and refreshing, and he
er Vitagraph stars being sent across
will drink it moderately, for
ROOMS AND HOUSEKEEPING the continent to rake part in it, and
he knows the meaning of True
Don’t toll him he
APARTMENTS—Veudome Lodg is guaranteed to be a thriller.
can't drink i t —he broad-minded
ing House. Everything neat and
Mrs. Bledsoe has received the
and meet him half way. You’ll
c!ran. Your patronage solicited. lot of new opera chairs which she
have your ice eream soda fre
W E CLEGHORN AND WIFE, ordered for the Grand on her recent
quently ami Will will have hi«
HY YOU SHOULD VOTE FOR
S e n a to r
We Are Distributors
For Men's and Boys'
Furnishings and Clothing
Underwear, Shirts, Sweaters, Gloves, Suspenders,
Sox, Neckwear etc.
W e have the combination
Raincoat and Overcoat, which is very popular and
greatly in demand in this climate. W e are display
ing a fine lot Men,? Suits. W atch our Windows
PURSLEY’S — THE HABERDASHERY
For a radical change in the home
stead laws, favoring the settler and of
fering inducements to the prospective
(Under the present law it is almost
an impossiblity to prove up on your
The buildihg of a merchant marine
that will be a world power iu com
The opening up for settlement of a
large amount of the present foiest
Oregon was made for Oregonians,
and its reserves should be utilized for
the direct benefit of its people.
MORE BUSINESS AND
A COAST MAN FOR A
Ham, per pound,______
Lard, 5 lbs., $.75, 10 lbs.,
Condensed Milk, 3 cans for
Tomatoes, 3 cans for
Soap, 6 bars f o r ______
Every thing else in proportion. Money
Talks. Come in and see.
The Model Grocery
S. M. Nosier & Co.
Regular ns the Clock
First-class (arc only
Up freight, pe r ton
Ü .0 U
E. & E. T . Kruse
2 4 California Street, San Francisco
J. E. NORTON
Agents, Coquille, Oregon
E. D. U L R IC H ,
Chamber of Commerce, Portland. Oregon
The Piano Contest
people can get tbeir minds off from
next Tuesday’s election long enough
to vote in a piano contest.
Following w,is Srturday night’s
Mi8. Mart Medlock
Mrs. Pad get
Mrs. G. R. Wicknam
Mrs P. P. Leatherwood
Mrs. A1 Garten
Mrs. L. A. Ross
Mrs. Mabel Samson
Mauley T. Bartholomew am) Mrs. P. A Breur
Vio'i t Shuck
Vienna B. Keruell.
Jas. L. Boyd and Irma J. John Mildred Mast
Seth S. Johnson and Hallie Ellis. Mrs libbetts
A n nouncem ent
IJA V IN G leased the plant of the Co-
* * quille Mill and Mercantile Com
pany, the undersigned is now prepared
to fill all orders for any kind of
L U M B E R
Especial attention will be paid to the
local demand, and every effort will be
made to supply anything needed at the
shortest possible notice.
DO YOU KNOW ?
W E A R E SELLING
Try « Herald want ad for any
thing you want to buy or sell.
I’ll Tell You
Your father and I soon will
have our twenty-fifth wedding
anniversary. In all those years
he has drunk his beer whenever
he wanted it. Look at him to
day-strong, robust, alert, no
finer man on earth.
once have I denied him the
privilege o f drinking moderately.
I know the moderation with
whieh he (banks does him a
world of good. In fart, I enjoy
seeing him safeguard his health.
It's when you seek to deprive
a man of his liberty that he
rebels. Let W ill drink Deer when
he wants it, for he’s too good a
man to go beyond the bounds of
moderation. You'll find that a
little beer will increase his stork
of cheerfulness. C h o o se th e
home of mirth and happiness,
my dear, rather than the house
o f trouble and dissention.
At the council meeting last even
ing an ordinance was passed levy
ing an assessment on the property
henefilted by the improvement of
i 1 he in erseclion of Fn nr and C
streets, and ordering that the assess
ments be collected
Permission was gr illed to Mrs.
P'rank Leslie to conduct a kinder
garten in the room designated as
lire major’s office, in I lie 1 iiy ball.
The report ol »lie light committee
j was acrepied and four lights were
ordered placed, as follows:
On Eiont street opposite the
Laundry; at the corner of Second
and Mvr le; cu B street beyond the
academy, and at the corner ol Sec-
on, j and Coulter.
For immediate and complete improve- !
Mabel Wilcox again can-e to the
ment oi all Coast harbors, and water frout in the Drane contest last week
ways of Oregon.
| and took the prize of a tricolator,
For Federal appropriations to be used ! while Vlrs Mrs L. A Ross piled up
in building good roads, waterways and the greatest number of votes at
Such appropriations to b e « 1 Anderson's, taking the the prize
commensurate in amount and to be and also taking the lead over all of
based upon the valuation of govern | the younger ladies
ment properties in Oregon.
The ptize this week will be a but
(.The government now owns almost; ter knife, sugar spoon and set of
one-half of this state and we receive j teaspoons, all of Roge g silver plate,
nothing from this property.)
am) it will be interesting to see if
$0000 FOR A FARVI —Here is a
chance for a fanner. A (¡2-acre
farm; GO bottom land; 15 acres
under plow auil 15 acres more
slashed ready to burn; good creek
of tunuing w»ter on Ihe place.
Good nouse, insured for $1000;
fair barn, granaries and all neces
sary outbuildings. This place is
10 miles from Coquille, is on a
plank road and milk route, one
mile from postoffice and school.
Money can be made on this place
by any one who understands
farming, or it is an excellent buy
as a apeculation. Land is going
up and will never again he so
cheap in Cues county as it is to
day. Terms will be given on part
of ihe purchase price if desired.
Investigate this if you want a farm.
B. Folsom, Coquille.
E. E. JOHNSON
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
Swift's “Siluer Leaf Brand. Pure Lard’’
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
NONE JUST AS GOOD.
T. E . N O R T O N