Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (July 20, 1915)
Chas Sket-la wa fishing itiBre ws Bond Money Available
Leon Itackleff, of Myrtle Point,
ter valley Sunday.
was in town today.
Here in Near Future
A purse containing money awaits
Ciaude Ford went to Marshfield
Earl Scbroeder was * Baudot! vts-
a claimant at the Grand Theater.
Present indications are that some
ou business this morning.
! itor Friday.
Lyons A Jones carry the Mason, $ 30,000 of outside money will be
Clauds Gilpin, of Curias valley,
I Take the Cadillac auto line when
Economy aud Scbram Jar Caps.
turned loose iu Coquille in about
I you go to *he Bay, and get through was a Coquille visitor Thursday.
ten days. Sweet, Casey, Foster &
Geo. liobmson and wife and Geo.
in comfort and ou lime.
through here yesterday ou his way Co., of Denver, who bought the
Don Gardner »a» over from the Davis and family motored to B sd -
city bond issue of the above amount
seut the bonds here to be executed
Have your piano tuned by Sher
Cltsa Baxter w<s over ftont the
ami signed by the mayor, recorder
man iV Clay’s tuner, who is now j Poiut, broke his arm while crunk-
and treasurer, and the documents
here. Leave orders ut the Heiald ! ing hie Ford.
Buy your Fruit Jars at Lyons K office.
were signed up and seut back to
Misses Hattie Sweet and Myrtle
Jones this year.
buyer yesterday. It is estimaetd
Mrs, William Briggs, of Bacdon, Cunningham have the thanks of the
Mrs. Hal Baxter was visiting in was visiting friends in this place
that in about ten days the money
Herald force for boquets of sweet
will be available here for the taking
peaa and nasturtiums.
up of outstanding warrants.
Jap Yoakum was a business visit
Mrs. Ellis Kelley is reported sick
M. S. Sbrock, chief deputy under
It goes without the saying that
or at Powers Friday.
with mumps at the home of Mr. the Dairy and Food Commission is
the release of this amount of tied -
Home made laiTies, biittles etc. and Mrs John Assea.
spending some time in the county, up capital here at this time will re
at Folsom’s Confictiouery. Always
Last week Jap Yoakau chartered looking into the sanitary conditions
leave the financial situation to a
fresh. Try them
a car a’ d wus gone three days ou a iu the line of food products.
very pleasing aud beneficial degree,
L. H Huyard was fishing in
busitiiss trip iu Curry county.
Mrs. Alfred Johnson Jr. and chil and that the placing ot the city fi
Brew-ter VHliey Sun lay
Wanted— Chitham Bark 1915 dren went to the Bay yesterday to nances on a sounder basis will also
W. C. Itose and lather made a peel Cull ou or uddress.
join Mr. Jobuson who is there on help in every way. In common
trip to Brewster valley Sunday.
Geo. T. Moulton,
official business. They expected to with every town in the United
H, M. Shaw, M. D„ Kye.Eur Nose
return today or tomorrow.
States, though probably to a lesser
and a tiro .t Specialist will be ut
E ike Mautey left Wednesday for
Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Bryan went degree than any other place on the
Baxter Hotel Friday, July 2d Glas Medford, where be will visit rela
to the Buy Thursday to meet Mrs. map, Coquille is suffering from a
tives for a couple of weeks
Bryan’s sister und niece, of Iowa, scarcity of the circulating medium
Mrs Ituv Martin of Marshfield
Big comfortable, reliuble Cadil
who arrived on the Breakwittr, with which bills are paid.
was n Coquille visitor Friday
lacs are used ou the Slagle auto line
Jim L ord am) family were iu to Marshfield, leaving Coquille six Friday.for a visit at the Bryan home. banks are carrying all the city and
times a day. Fare 75 cents.
Claude Fox returned to this place county paper that they care to load
ftom Brewstei Valley Thursday.
He was on his way to Bun- up with, and even at 5 per cent
Saturday J. W. Leneve and wife
Phone Fred Slagle whtu you are
going to Marshfield and a Cudidac left (or a week’s outiug in Curry don to see bis father, J. D. Fox, discount county warrants are going
auto will call for you.
Claude has been begging, as the Herald lias good
Master Jack H*U ac om- who is very ill.
for the past reason to know. The putting into
Mr, R. T. Rose, of Roseburg is panied them.
circulation of $ 30,000 of new tnoDey
visiting his son, W. C. Rose of this
Economy Juts in quarts, pints and
half gallons at Lyons & Jones.
Dr. V. L. Hamilton, assisted by here ought to relieve the situation
There was another fire at Bandon Dr. G. Earl Low. operated for ap
W- C. Wisest, of Batidon, was
--------» »9»» a------------ •
transacting business at this place Wednesday afternoon.
the blaze w as extinguished before lois, of Bandon, at the Mercy Hos
pital at North Bend last Thursday.
You can always find Fresh Vege much damage whb done
BRO OKS-DAVIS—In this city Ju
tables at Lyons
Bring your watches, clocks or The patient is repotted doing nicely.
ly 1 7 . 1 9 1 5 . Samuel Brook* and
When going to Bandou take Ford
Charles Heller, of McKinley, was jewelry to W. H Scbroeder to be
Ruby Davis, both of North Bend,
repaired. First class work guaran & Barker’ s auto line to Bandon.
in town yesteiduy. He made this
Rev. C. H. Bryan officiating.
New cats, careful drivers. Fare 75c;
office a pleasant call nud renewed
A. R. Caudlin strived from San
bic subscription to the Herald. Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Folsom, ac
Francisco, Sunday, to make a visit
Heller wag so fortunate as to have
of a week with bis uncle, Woi. Cac- companied by Mr. aud Mrs N. N.
tiis hay safely iu the Itarus before
The “ Boy Conservation Bureau”
Neiman, left for Mr Folsom’s ranch
the recent rains.
that a group of New York business
Men’s Dress Shoes, $3.50, Dress
Sweet’s bigb-grade chocolates Shirts, $1.00 and $1.25 at Pursley’s, inteuds to complete the logging off men organized two years ago is do
ao>l box candy at Folsom’s Confec Coquille Haberdashery.
ing something that every large city
of the bottom land on bia ranch.
ought to copv. It gets its taw ma
G. W. Wilson, of the Lorillard
This afteroou, at the Metcy Hos
terial from the juvenile courts, and
Tobacco Co., of San Francisco, spent pital at North Bend, J D Dyer, of
passes most of it on to country
Sunday in this place ia the interest Sumner, will undergo an operation
The results show
of his firm.
for ulcer of the stomach. Dr. V. L
that those people are right who be
Clean milk aud Clean cream, from Hamilton and Dr. G. Earl Low, of lieve that even apparently bad boys
a Clean dairy, for sale at the City tbia city, will pet form the operation. may turn out well if they have a
Yes, but I’m on the Job! Bakery. Cream put up in non-re
Prof. Richards, of Bandon, waeiu chance.— The Youth’s Companion.
turnable Klecn cups
town today and presetde I the sub
C A. Mschon is about again after editor with a bunch of sweet pens
quite an illness. His wife who wait which were wiuuers of the sicond
ed on him constantly, has broken prize at the sweet p> a carniv d re
dowu under ttie straiu, and is con cently held in that city.
fined to her bed.
Mrs. W. H Falkner and daugh
Go to W. II. Scbroeders Jewelry
ter, Mrs Fred Ebb'is, both of Sioux
Store and get suggestions for birth
day or wedding gifts in cut glass, City, Iowa, strived here F t id ay for
a visit with Rev. and Mis (!. H
j-welry or silverware.
Mrs Fuulkner aud Mrs
Dou’t forget that Mary Pickford, Bryan.
"The Sweetheart of America,” ap Bryan are sisters and had not seen
pears in “ Cinderilla” at the Grand one another for m tny years.
O f Sunburn a n d th e
Sting of Insect Bites
A soothing emollient ointment,
highly beneficial as a local ap
plication for bites and stings
and hives, and .valuable
well for the local treatment
of headaches, neuralgia and
The Rexall Store
Dr. C. W. ENDICOTT
Office over First National Bank
Plione Main 431
G. EARL LOW, M. D.
P h y s ic ia n
an d su rgeon
Office over Farmers & Merchants
Dr. G. IN. LESLIE
Graduate of the American School
of Osteopathy of Kirksville, Mo.
Office in Eldorado Block
A ttorney and
C ounsellor at L aw
Office in Robinson Building
IN. C. CHASE
Office in R idi monti-Barker Bldg
C. R. BARRON
Office Phone 335
Residence Phone 346
J. J. STANLEY
First National Bank Building
L. J. ULJEQI/IST
First National Bank Building
N ever to o w arm for me to get you
a Job, trade som ething for you, sell
or buy you a house or fulfill you r
sm allest want. L ook me over 1
RATES: One cent a word, each in
sertion. No charge less than 15 cents'
STOCK HOOS— for sale; all ages
and various breeds. Seven cents
on foot. John Mulverhtll. tp
The most success
ful merchants in this town, in ev
GASOLINE LAUNCH for trade for
milk cows or young burse. Apply
to Frank Burkholder.
FOR SALE—One horse. Inquire
of H. H Hansen, Norway. 3tp.
GOOD WORK HORSE —For sale
or trade fur cattle, price $1011
O O . Bunch, Coquille.
ery town, are the most persistent FOR SALE—Three Registered Hol
and extensive advertisers.
In these cases the advertising is
S a tu rd a y , J u ly 2 4
Four Reels, Featuring Mary Pickford
W e d n e s d a y , J u ly 2 8
“Cam eo Kirby”
Five Reels, Featuring Dustin Farnum
S a tu rd a y , J u ly 31
“Girl o f the Golden W e st”
Five Reels, Featuring Edward Abeles
J. H Mulligan, piano tuQer for
the Sherman, Clay & Co. music
house, was in the city yesterday on
his way to Myrtle Point, expecting
to return here today and remain
in the valley towns for some time to
While commending the musical
knowledge of the parties who have
been stealing sheet music from the
Grand and taking only the latest
pieces, the management would pre
fer that they select something older,
I am iu the market' for Chitham that our patrons are tired of.
Bark,Butchers’ and Farmers’ Hides,
Babv Buggies and Runabouts
Wool, Pelts and Furs.
All kinds of Fruit Jars, Stone Jars,
G ko . T. M oulton
Stone Churns, and 1 10 gal. Barrel
Mrs. D. D. Pierce returned yes Churn, good as new.
terday from Oakland, Cal., where Second Hand Store.
she has been for the past few weeks.
Last week one of the drivers on
She was called there by the illness the Bandon-Port Orford auto stage
ice is an absolute neces
of her daughter, Mrs. N. Tyrell. line while speeding around a bend
She reports Mrs. Tyrell much im iu tbe road, struck a sbeep which
sity. F or the other six
proved, after undergoing quite a was standing equarely in the road.
months it is a great con
I Tbe car turned ov*,r three times
venience. Have you giv
1 Simplex Cream Separator, 900 and threw the occupant out iu the
1 Little Giant Rus road. No ooe was injured.
en your order for the
sian Steam Turbine Separator, 400
lbs capacity. 1 Remington Sboles
season yet? If not
L'y pewriter No 11 iu good condi
tion. At Quick’s Second Hand Store. KUCH— In this city, July 18, 1915,
Better make Us Your Iceman
to the wife of Chris Kuch, a girl.
If "Cadillac” means anything to
you, remember that is the kind of
cars used on Slagle’s line to Marsh
Rev. C. H. Bryan is expecting
Rev. Gordon, a former pastor of the
M. E. chinch of this place, who is
planning to spend part of his vaca
tion in C "08 county. Rev. Gordon
will give an entertainment for the
benefit of the Epworth League at
the church Monday evening.
stein Bulls old tnougb tor im
mediate service; also 10 rt giatered
Holstein Heifers and 20 registered
GUERNSEY Cows ami Heifers
H o w ’s Thi9 ?
Easy te:ius to responsible parties
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
H ow Plants Brsaths.
B S. F kyar C o ,
Plants have two experiences common
5 4 12.p
Sumner, Wasn ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall’s Catarrh to nil living things, although they have
none o f the sensea possessed by ani
SLkSIlIN G— Want to exchange lot
F . J. C H E N E Y & CO.. Toledo, O.
mals. They breathe the air and per
or acrei ge for slashing
tVe, the undersigned, have known F. J.
for the last 15 years, ana believe spire. The leaves and stems o f plants
Land Co., Folsom's Confectionerv Cheney
him perfectly honorable in all business correspond to the respiratory organs of
transactions ami financially able to carry
; animals, and it Is by this means the
any obligations made by hi« firm.
plants take In the air.
chiefly water absorbed from the earth.
O f the 25 per cent solid matter the
prlnclpnl constituent Is carbon, nearly
all of which Is absorbed from the at
by all Druggists.
mosphere by the action o f minute bod
Take Hall’s Family Fills for constipation.
ies contained In the green leaves.
Plants also absorb oxygen, hydrogen
and nitrogen from the atmosphere
through their leaves and also through
tlieir roots. All contribute to building
Manufacturers o f
up the organic structure o f the plant.
The Celebrated Beramann Shoe Used
up moisture Is given off by plants
The Strongest and Nearest Water through their leaves. Just as animals
Proof shoe made for loggers, miners perspire through the pores o f their
prospectors and mill men.
skins. Calculations made as to the
amount o f water thus perspired by
621 Thurman Street
plants show that the sunflower, only
P o r t l a n d . Oaaoow.
three and one-half feet high, gives off
Agent for Coqufl'e
i as much moisture as a man.
H N LORENZ
N A T IO N A L B A N K O F COMMERCE.
FOR S A L E —Fresh milch cows, 31
head mohair goals, good raoch
Our advertising columns aro at
team, barber chair.
Hill & Mur
SECON D H AND T Y PE W KITE R—
Pittsburg Visible; does first-class
work. For sale cheap. Inquire
“ You railed me n boneheadcd Jelly
at Herald office.
flit >v GRAPH HIM 1 >RDH — for
"W ell. I ityn't «are about >onr opln
exchange. "Victor anti Columbia,
Ion. Put. for heaven'* sake, don't m il
in good order. Ioquire at this
yum metaphor*:" - I aju I sv II v Courier
D E N V E R COLO
C I T Y
B A K e R Y
UROS . PROP.
FOR SIX MONTHS
the cause; the successful business DRY WOOD FOR SALE— in any
quantity and o f any length Phone
H all s Catarrh Cure is taken Internally.
is the effect. One follows the
vour orders to No. 54L or call on cous surfaces of the system. Testimonials
W. G. Brandon.
4 0 lOtp sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold
other as certainly us day follows
Five Reels, Featuring Lois W eber
A. J. SHERWOOD
W e d n e s d a y , J u ly 21
Phew! It’s Hot!
E. D. SPERRÌ
Dates at the
COQUILLE LAUNDRY RICE CO.
Floor Covering that lays flat and will not roll
Sold by the yard or in Rugs
GET OUR PRICES ON YOUR ROOM
Mason Fruit Jars, Caps and Rubbers
H. O. A N D E R S O N
Complete House Furnisher
Laird Building J
SW IFT S
Silver Leaf Brand Pure Lard Stands the Test
I f you have not been using Sw ift’ s try it next time—it is satisfactory
A sk Y o u r D e a le r— H e ca n g e t it
Regular aa tbe Clock
a n d Bandon
First-class fare or...
Up freight, per ton
E. & E. T. Kruse
2 4 C a lifo rn ia S treet, San F ra n c is co
F o r R e * e rv a tio n «
J. E. N O R TO N
A g e n t , C o q u ille , O r e g o n
,J. K. N O R T O N
D ISTR I BU TO R.
C O Q U IL .L .E , O R E G O N
THE PARTICULAR MAN
Is just the one for whom we like to do printing. We like to meet th*
man who wants what he wants when he wants it and who insists on
having it We arc equipped for serving him, let him be aa exacting
aa he will.
Come and see us about that job that must be done “just ao.” Taka
plenty of time to tell us what you want, and let us show you that wn
can meet your wishes.