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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1915)
Brau $1 00 per 60 IS' sk.—Co
quille Feed Store.
Fred Slagle waa a Marshfield vis
The city couucil met last evening
Game Warden Thomas was iu itor Wednesday.
and the old council did a little bum-
Jake Stemmier was down from uess before passing off the map.
Barley $1.10 per sk.—Coquille
Myrtle Point Wednesday.
A resolution was passed for the
Try a Herald waut ad fo ru n ,- . r i ”. ^
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fum’ , of
J. P. Tuppei is about again after
thiug you want to buy or sell.
$D)CD which whs b trow* d by the
a week's illness.
Jim Laird, of Brewster valley , 1 B ^ere! fund in January. 1.U3, as
Mrs. Ida Paterson was over from
the money is now nerd d in the
a «s u Coquille visitor Sunday.
water department for the payment
Cracked Corn $2.90 per 100 lbs.—
Wheat »2 35 per 1C lbs - C o Coquille Feed Store.
of outstanding warrants.
quille Feed Store.
A resolution was also carried
Dr. Dtx passed through town Sun
A1 Baker was iu from Brewster
providing for the purch lie of about
day on his way to Myrtle Point.
j valley Thursday.
3000 feet of additional redwood
Mrs. Wulter Sinclair went over water pipe for the new system.
Ed Tetibrook, of Marbfield was
to the Bay laet week for a short vis
Monthly uud annual repoits of
iu the city Thursday.
recorder aud treasurer were re
Big comfortable, reliable Cadil-
Wanted— Chitham Bark 1015 ceived and approved.
i lacs arc used ori the Slagle auto line
to Marshfield, leaving Coquille six peel Call on or address.
Then the old council adjourned
Geo. T. Moulton,
times a day. Fare 75 cents.
Tom Beubam was in town from
The new council was called to
Wolfe, “ The Can ly Kid,” re
orJer by Mayor Moritson, Council-
turned luat week from a mouth’s
men Lyons, Kiuie, Sanford and
Dou Gardner was a Coquille busi
visit to the Exposition
Nosier being present. Of the two
ness visitor Thursday.
Rev. John F. Leggett preached others just elected, N. C. Medley
Take your balky watches to W.
at Fairview Suudsy ufteruo n and had qualified for office, but John
H. Scbroeder the jeweler, the old
had a good attendance.
Hickman bad not.
Ben Mitchell, the cutbuainutic ci
O. C. Sanford was elected chair
Attorney John F. Hall was over
C O M B A N D S B B H O W 'T O D O I T
gar drummer from Portland was d o mau of the council for the cotniig
from the Bay Wednesday.
ing businesa ¡D towu yesterday.
Seed Potatoes for sale by J. C.
The mayor appointed the follow
H. M. Sbaw, Eye, Ear, Nose aud
numbers of the various comtni'-
Fred R yuolds, of North Bend,
he at Baxter Hotel, Coquille, Thurs ties: Finance, Sanford ntd Nosier;
was a Coquille vi«itor Friday.
day, June 17th. Glasses Fitted.
stieet, Lyons; water Kime, Sanford,
F . C. Pursley made a trip to
Miss Emily Harlocker went Jown Nosier; light, Nosier, Lyous and
Roaeburg last week on business
Friday for a week’s visit with Kime.
Sweet's high-grade chocolates Mrs. H.pjmer at the Herbert Adams
A resolution was pissed fixii.g
Gut y our butter « rappers ut the/
aud box candy at Folsom's Confec
salaries of the appointive officers
Miss Leta Mast returned Satur as follows: marshal, $70; night
P. N. Reberg and wife, of North
day from Eugene, where she has marshal $70; water superintend»nt
Bend, were Coquille visitors Suu-
been attending the University of $70; fiie chief $5, health officer to
l.e paid for services actually rend-
I’m a June Bridegroom!
Dr. C. W. ENDICOTT
Dr. Leslie Johnson was down
treasurer, $200 a year; illy
1 Simplex Cre»m Separator, 1100
from Myrtle Point on a professional
Office over First National Bank
1 Little Giant Rus engineer $4 a day for services actu
Phone Main 431
sian Steam Turbine Separator, 400 ally rendered.
Four cars came up from Bandon lbs capacity. 1 Remington Sholes
A d jo u r n m e n t was taken till Thurs
E. D. SPERRY
Sunday. They report the road in Typewriter No 11 iu good coudi- day evening at 7 p. m
A ttornky and
COUNSKI.LOK AT LAW
“ Automobile Irightens borne—
Phone Fred Slagle when you are
Office in Rubinaon Building
going to Marshfield and a Cadillac breaks a leg,” says the North Bend
Tide. The horse was also injured
auto will call for you.
A CLOSE GAME
W. C. CHASE
C. Y. Lowe, of Bandon, accompa and hail to be shot.
the South Methodist
A ttorney at L aw
Lans Leneve started for Brewster base ball team journeyed to Myrtle
nied by bis wife drove up iu his
va’ley this morning with bis auto, Point and crossed bats with the
Office in RichmontDBarker Bldg
new car, Sunday.
deputy sheriff Davis on a Bridge team. It was a hotlv con
Ray Norris, of Fairview, is taking
C. R. BARROW
a vacation from farm work to enjoy
tested game, the final score being 9
A ttorney and C ounsellor at L aw
W H. Scbroeder is again showing to 7 in favor of Bridge. Taking
a season of mumps.
Office Phone 335
a fine line of Jewelry and Time into consideration the fact that the
Men's Dress Shoes, $3.50, Dress
Residence Phone 346
pieces. Don’t forget.
Shirts, $1 00 and $1 25 at Pursley’s,
boys at this place haven’ t played
Freil Slagle has bad a telephone together this year, while Bridge has
J. J. STANLEY
V -\ «
Albert Bettys and Otis Flitcroft installed on the front of his build played several games and is a well
A s a little sm ilin g w a n t ad. I ’m
in from Fairview in the for ing, for the convenience of his auto organized team, the boys here are
w e d d e d to m y jo b o f tillin g o th e r
stages and their patrons.
p e o p le ’s w a n ts. I b u y , se ll, ren t ex- mer’s new car yesterday.
encouraged by the close score and
! c h a n g e , e m p lo y , e ta
I am in the market for Chitham (eel sure that with a little teamwork
Fifteen cars went out to Brew
Bark,Butchers’ and Farmers’ Hides, they can win next time.
A. J. SHERWOOD
ster valley Sunday.
Wool, Pelts and Furs.
A ttorney at L aw
the pastime indulged in
G eo . T. M oulton
Demonstration D ays
GOLDEN GATE TEA
O N E
O N LY
AT G R O C E R S
JUNE 7th to 12th, 1915
[FOLGER’S "¿S' TEÄ)
11th, 12th, 14th
CE YL ON - INDI*
EN G LI SH B R E A K F A S T
BLACK 4 G R E E N
Showing the best way to
finish, refinish and take
For one week at
these prices to con
vince you that the
tea is w orth the
A p o u n d of
this tea makes
80c a pound,
the cost is one
cent for about
You can afford
to drink good tea
care of Floors, Furniture,
Are You Married?
First National Bank Building
Room 8 2-3-4
W AN T COLUMN
W E E K
J. A. FOLGER & CO., San Francisco
OUR S O L I C I T O R O R D E L I V E R Y M A N
LYONS & JONES
ONE NOT SO CLOSE
Bahv Buggies and Runabouts.
Earl Willie, who has been going
Sunday a pick-up team of local
All kinds of Fruit Jars, Stone Jars, to school at the Oregon Agricultur
RATES: One cent a word, each in
ball players journeyed to Norway,
sertion. No charge less than 15 cents'
L J. LILJEQI/IST
Cburu, good as new.
At Quick’s al College, returned home for the there to cross bats with a similar
summer vacation Saturday.
A ttorney at L aw
team in a seven-inning game that
FOR S A L E —Small ranch o f 1 0
K ir.t National bank Huile!im;
Take the Cadillac auto liue when resulted in a score of 21 to 7, with
acres with fail houso ami small
Sam Sherwood and Bill McAdams
bam located right oil the bank of brought in a bear Sunday, which you go to *he Bay, and get through Coquille in possession of the long
in comfort and on time.
the Coquille River. Price $1600
end of the score. The first six in
J. W. Leneve.
Mrs. V. L. Hamilton, accompa nings were quite iuterestiug and
nied by her son, left Thursday the score close and at the beginning
A ttorney at L aw
FOR S A L E —Fine spin driving
If “Cadillac’ ’ means anything to
horses. Both hluck, 7 years old, you, remember that is the kind of for Eastern Oregon where they in of the seventh it stood 8 to 7 in
weigh about 1050 each. A bar cars used on Slagle’s line to Marsh tend to visit relatives for a couple
favor of Coquille. Howell the first
E C. Roberts, Myrtle field.
man at the bat started the good
C O O K B R O S .. P R O P .
The Coquille Valley Creamery work which resulted in 13 men
Mrs. George Robinson and Mrs.
WANTED—Christian lady with W. C- Rose went to the Bandon manufactured 57,200 pounds of but
crossing the piste for runs befote
farm or means for wife to Christ
ter during the month of May. This Norway succeeded in retiring the
ian widowor with children. Good high school graduating exercises,
is the record month in the history side. The first three mtn up for
habits, educated, some means. Wednesday.
BILLIARD PAR LO R
Satisfaction guaranteed. Lelnnd
Norway were put out before reach
Walter Oerding returned Thurs of the creamery.
N E W S STAND
Davis, Portlan I, Oregon. 4-18 3tp day fro 11 Newport, Oregon, where
Home-made taffies, brittles etc. ing first.
Those who played on the team
FOR SALE—Three Registered Hol he went to attend ttie Grand Lodge at Folsom’s Confectionery. Always
fresh. Try them.
stein Bulls old i nougb tor im of the M. W. A.
from here were: Sanders, catcher;
mediate service; also 10 l egist« ri d
Another indication that we and O e r d i n g and Stowers, pilcbe>»;
Clean milk and Clean cream, from
Holstein Heifers and 20 registered
our chickens may continue to eat is Avery, short stop; Humilton first
GUERNSEY Cows and Heifers
Easy terms to responsible parties Bakery. Cream put up in non-re a reduction in the prices of wheat base; Norton second base; Stowers
turnable Kleen cups
and chicken feed, as quoted today and Oeruing, third base; Irwin, left
B. S F hvar Co.,
Several cars came up from Ban in the Coquille Feed Store ads.
fie|d; Howeli, center; and Sanford, Thursday A fte rn o o n s, Ladies Only
F IR S T S T R E E T
Iu compliance with the new law right,
SLVSHING— Want to exchange lot don last Friday on their way over
or Hcresge f ir slashing Coquille to the Bay. They were bound for the for the protection of the public
Death o f Child
Lan l (In., Fol-om s Confectionery track meet at Marshfield.
health, Lyons A Jones have put iu
E. A. Folsom has secured the acme dandy screen doors to keep
ice is an absolute neces
A sad accident on Sunday caused
FOR SALE—a water-power mill, agency for the Portland Journal. the fliee off the goods.
sity. P or the other six
death of the infant daughter of
located on the Middle Fork, 3 He will give free delivery of the
Scratch feed $2.30 per 100 lbs —
Mr. and Mrs Robert Maddox, who
miles above Bridge
Inquire of paper on the business streets.
months it is a great con
$3.75 to $22.00
Coquille Feed Store.
Culver Bros , Bijdge, Ore.
are living at camp 1 uear Allegany,
venience. Have you giv
Shorts $1.45 per 80 lb. 3 tk.—Co
Mrs. Lem Cochran, who recently j where Mr Maddox is employed.
quille Feed Store.
en your order for the
moved up to Powers, had the m«»- The little girl, who was one year,
DRY WOOD FOR SALE— in any
$3.00 to $27.00
Walter Norris, of Fairview, w h s fortune to run a nail through her , w0 months aud twelve days old,
season yet? If not
He was keeping foot Thursday. She came to ibis ■ wag p|avjng on the floor and got
your orders to No, 54L or call ou in town Saturday
W. G Brandon.
4 f> lOtp one eye on the sky in anxious look place for medical treatment Friday.
Better make U* Your Iceman
hold of a small can containing coal
$2.75 to $7.00
SECON D H AND TY PE W HI TE R - out for clouds that might threaten
The acting weather olerk is here oil. She drank some of this, which
Pitlslnirg Visible; does tir-t-elass his hay crop.
D on ’t forget us for Garden Hose, $2 .7 5 to $6.00 per
by informell that the good people caused her death in about an hour
work. For sale cheap. Inquire
Papers were served on the Smith- of Coquille and nil visitors are per- and before a physician could reach
Length of 50 feet
at Herald office.
Powers Co. yesterday io a suit in fectly satisfied with the brand of | the scene, although his telephoned
for stituted by Edna MeDouaft-Walls, weather now being furni«hHd, and directions were followed by a trained
, exchange, Victor and Columbia, in which she asked $35,000 damages
be is requested to “ keep it up.”
nurse who was there.
in good order. Inquire at this
I Complete House Furnisher
Laird Building I
for the loss of her limb, which oc
_ . . . . . .
' was brought here yesterday, and
First street business men are con-
Regular as the Clock
FOR SALE Fresh milch cows, 31 she was struck by oue of the Smith- te m p tin g the installation of a num , ,lle ' " neral ‘ uük P1,,ce
her of strings of electric lights ,rora ,he undertaking parlors.
head mohair goats, good ranch Powers logging trains.
team, barber chair. Hill & Mur
across the street to he illuminated
Didn’t Get Far
H o w ’s This ?
on Saturday nights and other i|e-
^17ELL made crullers are in great de-
mand among our customers. Have
you tried them ? Better do it and see
they're not splendid. Our bread, cakes,
pies, etc., all high class.
I T V
B A K 6 R Y|
C. H. M A C H O N
FOR SIX MONTHS
T R E S S E TO
COQUILLE LAUNDRY RICE CO.
. H. O. ANDERSON _
a n d Bandon
First-class (are or...
Up freight, per ton
E. & EL T. Kruae
24 California Street, San Francisco
J. E. NORTON
Agent, Coquille, Oregon
The Celebrated derpmann Shoe
The Strongest and Neaiest Wai.T
Proof shoe made for loggers, miu^is
prospectors an mill men.
621 Thurman Street
P o r t l a n d . O beoon .
A g en t for C oqu ille
H .N L O R E N Z
W e offer One Hundred Dollars Rs*
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall’s Catarrh
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney f r the last 15 year», and believe
I him r rf. t tly honorable In all business
*ran*i ' ‘J on* and financially able to carry
out tiny obligations made by hi« firm.
NATIONAL DANK OF COMMERCE,
Hall'« Catarrh Cure U taken Internally,
ly ir o n H e blood and mu
cous suriaces of the system. Testimonial«
sent free, price 75 cents per bottle. Sold
by all Druggists.
Take Hall’s Family Pills f o r eo M U p e tl o o .
rial occasions The expense would
John Aasen attempted a drive to
be small and the results very pleas the Bay, the first of last week, io
bis car. He got as far aa Coaledo,
The circuit court began to grind when something went wrong with
again yesterday after a week’s ad- the machine and he was forced to
journment caused by delay of attor- leave it at that place.
He bad a
neys in getting tbeir cases ready, party of frienda in the car and they
It is expected that the eod will no! had to make their way on over the
he reached before the last of next summit and take a launch for Marsh-
S W IF T S
Silver Leaf Brand Pure Lard Stands the Test
If you have not been using Swift’« try it next time—it is satisfactory
Ask Your Dealer—He can get it
.J. E. N O R T O N
D IS T R IB U T O R .
C O Q U IL L E . O R E G O N