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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1915)
We are quite sure that
no other cold cream will
will satisfy y o u afte*
you try ours.
It is ^
of snowy whiteness,sol t,
creamy and delicately
perfumed. It is a gen
uine skin food and rare
skin - benefiting proper
As a preventive
and cure it is without
Makes and keeps the skin
soft and smooth
Neuer Becomes Rancid
Price 50 cents
The Resali Store
Dr. C. IN. ENDICOTT
Office over First National Hank
Phone Main 431
G. EARL LOW. M. D.
Office over Farmers & Merchants
E. D. SPERRY
COUNHEI.LOK AT L A W
Office in Robinson Building
W. C. CHASE
A tto rn e y
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg
C. R. BARROW
A ttorn e y
Office Phone 335
Residence Phone 346
J. J. STANLEY
LA W YE R
A. J. SHERWOOD
A tto rn e y
L aw '
First National Bank Building
L. J. ULJEQVtST
A tto r n e y
First National Bank Building
L aw ’
Sheritl Johnson and family were
Judge Coke was over from Marsh-
in Marshfield Friday.
deld in his auto Wednesday
Economy Jurs in quarts, pints and
Buy your Fruit Jars at Lyons A half gallons at Lyons A Jones.
Jones this year.
J. J. Burns was a business visitor
Alva Custer was down from Uyr-
at Myrtle Point Wednesday.
tle Poiut Thursday.
William Auderson of North Bend
Otis Flitcroft was a husiuess vis-
wus a Coquille visitor Thursday.
tor from Fair view Saturday.
Mr. and Mis. J. S. Barton were
Geo Dewey, of North Bend, was
Marshfield visitors Tbuisdsy.
a Coquille visitor Wednesday.
Home-made latfies, brittles etc.
Chss. Crouch and family spent at Folsom's Confectionery. Always
the Fourth at Marshfield.
tresh. Iry them.
You can always find Fresh Vege
Fred Minard, of this place, visited
tables at Ly ms & Jones.
his mother, on the East folk lust
Vade Qartin, was up from Bin don week.
Better make Us Your Iceman
COQUILLE LAUNDRY &ICE CO.
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Stalling, who
have bben camping at Rock Creek
since Saturday, returned last even - 1
The auto lines between Marsh- i
field and Bandon are not running
today ou account of the slippery I
condition of the road caused from
the rain last night.
Go to W. H. 3chroeders Jewelry
Walter Schroeder and wife, of
Gravel Ford, were visiting W. H Store and get suggestions for birth CRAIG-DEVVEERS—At the M. E.
day or wending gifts iu cut glass,
Schroeder and family several days
parsonage in this city, Friday,
jewelry or silverware.
July 2, 1915 Arthur Craig and
Mesdames Fred Slagle and Jane
Pauline Deweers, both of Marsh
Big comfortable, reliable Cadil
and Miss lluih Woodford
lacs arc used on the Slagle auto line
field, Rev. C. H. Bryan officiating.
to Marshfield, leaving Coquilie six
spend several days.
times a day. Fare 75 cents.
Our city editor h is been so blame
busy raking in the skekels with his
Ford during the Fourth that the lo
cal items are notable by their scar
city this week.
H. W. Miller last week purchased
the Durling Meat Market of Frank
Muscus. Mr. Miller has been in
business here for severul years, up
to a tew weeks ago being proprietor
When going to Bandou take Ford of the Bazaar
A Barker’s auto line to Bandon.
1 am in the market for Cbitbam
New cars, careful drivers. Fare 75c; Bark .Butchers’ ami Farmers’ Hides,
round trip $1.25.
Wool, Pelts and Furs.
G e o . T. M o u lto n
R. H. Mast Friday received the
Mason A Hamlin grand piano which
he ordered some time ago. It is a
fine instrument and the only one of
its kind in town.
Roy Dunham was over from North
Bend visitiug his parents one day
last week. He went from here to
Powers where he visited Lem Coch
ran for a couple of days before re
turning to the Bay.
N. C. Kelley celebrated at Marsh
Geo. A. Robinson and wife and
Miss Myrtle DeLong spent the 5th
RATES: One cent a word, each in
sertion. No charge less than 15 cents'
GASOLINE LAUNCH for trade for
milk cows or young horse. Apply
to Frank Burkholder.
FOR SALE —One horse. Inquire
of H. H- Hansen, Norwiv. 3tp.
GOOD WORK HORSE—For sals
or trade for cattle, prife $16(1.
O. fl. Bunch, 'Joquille.
FOR SALE— Three Registered Hol
stein Bulls old enough lor im
mediate service; also 10 r* gistered
Holstein Heifers and 20 registered
GUERNSEY Cows and Heifers
Easy terms to responsible parties
B S. F k y a r (Jo,
5 4 12tp
SLASHING— Want to exchange lot
or acre ge for slashing
L .n 1 Co., Fol-om'a Confectioner)
WOOD FOR SALE— in any
quantity and of anv length Phone
your orders to No. 54L or call on
W. G Brandon.
Misses Nona Ray and Evelyn
Butler were down from Myrtle
[ g r a n d TH EATRE
O N E N IG H T
8 PETERSON | | II 11 If A 11 A M SINGERS
j VIERRA’S I J A I VAHAN PLAYERS
The annual joiut celebration of
the Farmers Union and Grange
will be held at Norway next Satur
day, beginning at io a. ni. J. D.
Brown, of Arlington, Oregon state
president of the Farmers Union will
be present and will deliver an ad
dress. The program iucludes mu
sic, recitations and s p e e c h e s .
If any of you folks think that it Everybody is invited to c o m e ,
is much fun to run a weekly news bring a well-filled basket of good
paper, a picture show aud a case of things to eat, aud enjoy the da\.
erysipelas all at tbe same time, you
J. D. Mills
have another think coming; that’s
(Late with Hotel Gallier, Bandon,
Oregon) invites you to call on him
Take the Cadillac auto line when at the Hotel St Paul (formerly Bel
you go to Die Bay, and get through vedere Hotel) corner of Fourth and
in comfort and on time.
Alder Streets, Portland, Ore. Take
Paul Sterling and Hall Pierce street car at Depot and leave it at
Alder Street. Walk one block or
with their better halves went out to
take Taxi at Depot cr Boat Landing
little Rock creek, above Bridge, for at his expense It there is anything
an over-Sunday outing, returning I can do for you in Portland, drop
yesterday. They had more trout me a line and will attend to it free
J. D. MILLS.
than they could use, so they “ can of charge.
ned tbe rest.”
Caught at It
If "Cadillac” means anything to
you, remember that is the kind of
A sad tale comes from Bandon of
cars used on Slagle's line to Marsh
fall from grace of two Coquille
citizens who have heretofore suc
W. A. Darling is iu town, from
ceeded in concealing their true
Powers, taking treatment tiom Dr.
character from their associates But
V. L. Hamilton for sciatic rheuma
when they were caught stealing
tism He came here from Marab-
wood on the Bandon beach, and the
field where he went to get treatment
self-appointed owner of all tbe drift
at the Turkish Baths which, how
on the beach caught them at it. the
ever, failed to help him.
mask was off.
Tbe Herald is in receipt of a copy were averted, however, and on ac
of the first issue of a small publica count of tbeir families tbe names of
tion dated at Portland, which sets tbe culprits are withheld during
forth its mission in its name,“ Cham good behavior.
ber of Commerce News.” It is the
official organ of the commercial
body of that citv and devoted en
The silver and cut glass vases at
tirely to the work being doDe by it.
Ihe Herald office were again in evi
J. W. Tollman, formerly located
dence last week.
in Coquille, arrived yesterday from
Wm. Caudlio remembered the prin
Roseburg with his wife and daugh
ter shut-ins with a magnificent bo-
ter, driving iu with bis team. They quet ot sweet peas, raised at her
will take a summer outing of several home in this city. They were beau-
weeks, camping on the tract of land j tilul and attracted considerable at-
south of here in which Mr. Tollman *etJ**on *rotn passers by.
same day Mrs. L- A- Ro«s sent a
large bunch ol Country Girl roses.
1 Simplex Cream Separator, 900 On one stem were five large fully-
1 Little Giant Rus developed blossoms and a bud. and
sian Steam Turbine Separator, 400 three roses had t een cut Irom the
1 Remington Siioles cluster
I) pewriter No 11 in good condi
tion. At Quick’s Second Hand Store.
W e offer One Hundred Dollar* Re
» „ .I
The Strongest and Nearest Water
Proof ehoe made for loggers, miners
prospectors an^' mill men.
FOR S A L E —Fresh milch cows, 31 621 Thurman Street
¡read mohair goats, good ranch
P o r t l a n d . O bkoon .
Agent for Coquille
team, barber chair. Hill & Mur-
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iSm I I k , - " R 7 m * r . . -
Vocal, Instrumental, Concert
Tuesday, July 13th
A D M IS S IO N
2 5 c
Tickets on Sale at the Herald Office
The resident of the SuDnysule
neighborhood observed the Fourth
with one of those small picnic cele
brations that are so much more en
joyable than the big one, and which
are really far more in keeping with
the spirit of the day.
Aboutl50neigbbors were present.
Dinner of chicken and all kinds of
goodies was served at noon, and
ice cream was on tap all day. The
following program was rendered,
commencing at 1 o ’clock:
Song, Star Spangled Bannner, Girls
Reading, Declaration of
Independence____ Mrs Baker
Song, Battle Hymn of
the R epu blic!_______ Audience
Recitation, The American
Recitation_________ Ralph McCoy
Recitation______Gertrude Minton) e
Bell,_________ Beryl Woodruff
Recitation__________ William Baker
Song, America,__________ Audience
Reading______Myrtle Cu nninghum j
Supper was served nt T o ’clock,
and after dark a display of fireworks
lasted for over an hour. Ifc is neid-
less to say that everybody bad
N E W S STAN D
A Jolly Picnic Party
A party of jolly picnickers took |
Thursday Afternoons , Ladies Only
possession of Patterson’s grove yes-
F IR ST ST R E E T
B ST R E E T
terday and spent a most enjoyable
day. One feature of the afternoon
was a splendid “ sing” held rem ark
ably soon after enormous quantities
of good things had been consumed.
After the festivities in the grove
were over, some of the party re
paired to the Howey home and spent
the evening in singing. The pic
A Floor Covering that lay* flat and will not roll
nickers included Mr. and Mrs. E.
Sold by the yard or in Rugs
A. Howey, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Sweet, Mrs. J. B. Sweet, Mrs- Ed
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win Ellingson and three children,
Misses Iva, Hazel and Olive Howey,
Mary Levar, Harriet Sweet and
Messrs. Chas. Pursley and Ernest
Mason Fruit Jars, Caps and Rubbers
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wl Complete House Furnisher
Regular as the Clock
S a n F r a n c is c o
a n d B andon
1 &±.e H a il’s F a m ily P il ls f o r c o & a tlp fttlo o .
I' r.f ' t l y honorable In all buelncea
trnnBT'tlon‘4 and financially able to carry
ou t any obligations m ade by hi« firm.
N A T IO N A L B A N K OF COMMERCE,
H all’ s C atarrh Cure 1s taken Internally,
ftrtlnjr directly upon the blood and mu-
n m surfaces o f the system . Testimonial«
i free. Pri
73 cen t« per bottle. Sold
by nil Druggist«.
F irst-cla ss fa r« ot.>
The Celebrated Berqmann Shoe oi"n»y‘ VoF thi'Sktu fear., andiw m
U p fre ig h t, p e r ton
F. J. C H E X E Y & CO.. Toledo, O.
XVe, the undersigned, have known F. 3 .
cannot be cured by Hall’*
ward for any case of Catarrh that
SITA M I^
Lyons A Junes carry the Mason,
Economy and Hcbrarn Jar Caps.
Miss Vera Nelson, of BaudoD, hati
Baby Buggies slid Runabouts,
The water sports and boat races been visiting her sister, Mrs. Geo. Al‘ kinds of Fruit Jars, Stone Jars, j
ScoLe Churns, «ud 1 10 ^ tl Barrel!
»t Marshfield were certainly w >rth Liu
Cburu, goo<i a* i.ew.
At (.¿ hick * i
Bring your wutohts, cluck« or 8 ecoo<t Hau l Store,
Ivan Laird and Alva Harry took jewelry to VV. H. Sobioedtr to be
Edwurd C. Bunuel , au old rtid-
in the celebration at Marshlied yes repaired. First class work guaran
of Coos county, «n.l fallier of
Mrs. Willis Neeiey of this city, ilied
Miss Edith Thomas spent tUe
Phone Fred Slagle when you are
ul Sbeltnn, Wastl , ou June 26. Mr. j
g oin g to .Marshfield and a Cadillac Fourth wuh her paterae in Noitb
, Bunuel, wu* 73 yet.ru of age.
auto will call lor you.
From the gi»l ui his taik it is tak-
Sheiitf Johnson went to the bay
Horace Kahskopf returned this
t u for granted that ‘ Lose um S.e* p”
cn husiuess today.
morning from a visit of several days
iScbioeder bas spent tbe last tour
-Artliui Elliugson ami family spent with liev. Knotts at Marshfield.
; days and niglits celsbrating and li -
the 5th at Marshfield.
Men’s Dress Shoes, $3.50, Dress!, \
Tom Krewaon, was in from Brew Sbirts, $1 00 and $1.25 at Pursiey’s, ! bad 1,0 8 leeP' He 18 st,1‘ 1,V1U^ u*’
to his reputation as the -Sleepless
ster valley, at the wheel of J. D.
Miss Harriet Sweet returned last
Laird’s new car, last Wednesday.
Trying Hi* Truck
Sweet’s high-grade chocolates week after spending several weekB
and box candy at Folsom’s Confec
Peter Axe, ot Bridge, was in town
Clean milk and Clean cream, from
morning, having come out to
W. J. Conrad and wife, of Marsh a Clean dairy, for sale at the City
Bakery. Cream put up in non-re familiarize himself with the work
field, were Coquille visitors on
turnable Kleen cups.
ing of his motor truck on the level
Thusday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Southstone roads befoie tiying to run it over
J. W. Leueve and wife accom
and Mrs. Helen Harvey are visitiug the narrower graded roads between
panied by X jhub Leneve and wife
Mrs. Harvey’s brother, Ed Meade, Myrtle Point and Bridge. He will
took in the celebration at Marshfield
make daily trips atter tbe fruit sea
Miss Beulah Price returned to son openA, delivering fruit,tomatoes
Wanted— Chitham Bark 1915
her school ou Daniels creek yester etc. from his orchard garden in a
peel Call on or address.
day evening after spending several ripe and fresh condition.
Geo. T. Moulton,
— «» > ------------
days in Coquille.
J. L- Barker, Jr. has withdrawn
irom the firm of Ford & Barker
who have been running an auto
line to Bandon. Mr. Ford has gone
to the Bav to buy a new car for the
ice is an absolute neces
sity. For the other six
months it is a great con
venience. Have you giv
en your order for the
season yet? If not
W. H. .Schroeder was a Marsh
field visitor yest rday.
few days last week.
W. C. Rose and wife spent the
4th among the Brewster valley
streams angliug for trout.
FOR SIX MONTHS
Koy M. Avery spent the Fourth
Walter Norria was in town from
at the Bay.
S W IF T S
Silver Leaf Brand Pure Lard Stands the Test
E. & E. T. Kruse
If you have not been using Swift’s try it next tim e -iti« satisfactory
2 4 California Street, San Francisco
Ask Your D ealer- He can get it
J. E. NORTON
A gent, Coquille, O regon
STRI BUTO R.
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