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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1915)
Bill Nygreen was up from Baudon
K Iwiu Lauglois
O f Sunburn a n d th e
Sting of Insect Bites
was up from
Jim Laird was in from Brewster
W. C. Chase was a Marshfield vis
Buy your Fruit Jars at Lyons &
Jones this year.
Grant Harry was in from Brews
ter Valley Friday.
Jefs Kay of Riverton was iu town
the last of the week.
When going to Bandou take Ford
We waul everybody t use Vim
th>ur and ou Saturday, July 31st we A Barker’s auto line to Bandon.
Sweei’s high-grade chocolates will uiake a special price of $1.65 New cara, careful drivers. Fare 75c;
aud box candy at Folsom’s Confec per sack, ou mis day only—The round trip $1 25.
Chas. Walker, local real estate
Art Fish and wife were up from
John Aaseu made a business trip dealer, spent the greater part of
to Portland list week.
last week in Bandon transacting
He returned yesterday.
Leon ItacklefT was down from
Ruy Peart is confiued lo his home business
Myrtle Point Thursday.
with an attack of mumps
Rev. W. S. O o r d o D , who gave an
Phone Fred Slagle when you ate
Big comfoitable, reliable Cadil excellent entertainment at thb M. E
going to Marshfield and a Cadillac lacs arc used ou the Slagle auto line church laBt night, went to Bandon
aulo will call for you.
to Marshfield, lcaviug Coquille six tbia morning and will give au en
Mrs. J. W. Leneve wus a Marsh times a day. Fare 75 ceuts.
tertainment there thia evening.
W. U. Douglas, the Marshfield
field visitor Wednesday.
The fire boya are much interested
Mrs. Win. Grow, of Couledo, was attorney, was in town Friday.
in the report of a new invention by
Have you fuuud a key r iD g or a which either end of the fire boee
a Coqoille visitor Friday.
this week’s want ads.
will take the uozzle or couple to the
Home.made tatties, brittles etc.
Economy Jars in quarts, pints and hydrant.
at Folsom’s Confectionery. Always
fresh. Try them.
half gallous at Lyons & Jones.
Dr. R. H. Hopkins, of Portland
Mrs Otis Fiitcroft, of Fairview,
Dr. Leslie Johnsou, of Myrtle has purchased the furniture iu the
was shopping in Coquille yesterday P,»iut,was a Coquille visitor Sunday. office of Dr. H B. Moore and will
P. N. Reberg, of North Bend,
Raymond Burns was a passenger take over bia practice. Mr. Hop-
was a Coquille visitor Wednesday ou the Marshfield auto stage this kins arrived Thursday from Port
land where he formerly pra ticed.
You can always find Fresh Vege morning.
tables at Lyons <fc Jones.
Baby Buggies and Runabouts
If “ Cadillac” means anything to
Jim Hollenbech made a trip to you, remember that is the kind of All kinds of Fruit Jars, Stone Jars,
Stone Churns, and 1 10 gal Barrel
Bridge cn his motorcycle Thursday. curs used ou Slagle’s line to Marsh
Churn, good as new.
Geo. Robinson snd wife made a
Second Hand Store.
Geo. Davis aud family left for a
a trip to Pori Orford and spent a
H. M. Branham and wife and
few days’ visit to Port Orford
couple of days, b>st week.
Ayers, who spent several days
Take the Cadillac auto line when
visiting at Bandon, arrived here at
Bring your watches, clocks or
you go to ‘ lie Buy, and get through
jewelry to W. H. Schroeder to be noon Tuesday on their way back to
in comfort aud on time.
They bad come from
repaired. First class work guaran Medford.
Coquille since early morning of the
George Fowler, who used to re day they reached Myrtle Creek.—
side at this place, has returned after Myrtle Creek Mail.
- A soothing emollient ointment,
highly beneficial as a local ap
plication for bites and stings
Hither is ill with
insects, sunburn, bruises
and hives, and valuable as
well for the local treatment
FUHRMAN’S PH ARM ACY
The R esali Store
Dr. C. W. ENDICOTT
Office over First National Hank
Phone Main 431
G. EARL LOW. M. D.
Office over Farmers & Merchants
Dr. G. W. LESLIE
Graduate o f the American School
o f Osteopathy o f Kirksville, Mo.
Phew! It’s Hot!
Office in Eldorado Block
Yes, but I’m on the Job!
E. D. SPERRY
A ttorn ky
CoUNSKI.LOR AT L a w
Office in Robinson Building
W. C. CHASE
A tto kxk y
C. R. BARROW
Office Phone 335
Residence Phone 346
L AWY ER
A. J. SHERWOOD
A tto r n e y
L. J. LILJEQI/IST
Never too warm for me to get you
a job, trade something for you, sell
| or buy you a house or fulfill your
| smallest want. Look me over I
First National Bank Building
A tto r n e y
KATES: One cent a word, each in
sertion. No charge less than 15 cents’
LOST—Oblong key ring containing
one house key aud several store
keys. Return to Herald Office.
LOST—Small brown leather purse,
between Spurgeon Hill ami Sen
Return to Herald
STOCK HOGS— for sale; all ages
and vaiious brteds. Seven cents
John Mulverhill. tp
GASOLINE LAUNCH for trade for
milk cows or young horse. Apply
to Frank Burkholder.
FOR SALE—One horse
of H. H. Hansen, Norway. 3tp.
FOR SIX MONTHS
ice is an absolute neces
sity. F or the other six
months it is a great con
venience. Have you giv
en your order for the
season yet? If not
Better make Us Your Iceman
CflQOIILE l AUN.lHi S H E CO.
GOOD WORK HORSE—For sale
or trade for cattle, price $16(1
O O. Bunch, .’oqutlie.
FOR SALE—Three Registered Hol
stein Bolls old enough lor im
mediate service; also 10 ri gistered
Holstein Heifers and 20 registered
GUERNSEY Cow» ami Heifers
Easy terms to responsible parties.
B. S. F kyar C o ,
5 4 l'2tp
SLASHING— Want to exchange lot
or rcreege for slashing Coquille
Land Co., Folsom’s Confectiou»ry
DRY WOOD FOR SALE— in any
quantity and of any length Phone
your orders to No. 54L or call on
\V. G. Brandou.
4 6 lOtp
Pittsburg Visible; does first-class
The Strongest and Noun at Water
work. For sale cheap. Inquire
Proof shoe made lor log er». miners
at Herald office.
The Celt bra ted tierqmm n Shoe
pro»* t ie c^ o i s i n 1 i it
621 T h u rtn 'i
n • n.
S i e*-t
I ' i h ' l D l l ' i I n .ON
A g e n t to r C o q u il e
H .N L O R E N Z
Ray Martin went to Portland last
week to purchase a couple of cars
to put ou the Baudon and Marsh
field stage run.
Men’s Dress Shoes, $3.50, Dress
Shirts, $1 00 and $1.25 at Pursley’s,
Miss Anna Truman, of North
Beud, returned to her home yester
day, after buying visited for a few
days with the Herald family.
J. J. STANLEY
First National Bank Building
a nine y ears’ absence.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sweet are vis
iting at the home of their daughter,
Mrs. Danielson at her farm home
down the river.
Office in Riehmond-Barker Bldg
Lyons fi Jones carry the Mason,
Tom Tennison was up from Ban-
Economy and Ucbrsm Jsr Gaps.
About 75 cars came over from
Editor P. C. Levur is in Myrtle
Sunday and went on to
attend the Elks' celebration at Ban-
Have your piauo toned by Sher
man A Clay’s tuner, who is now don.
here. Leave orders at the Met aid
Qo to W. H. Scbroedera Jewelry
Store aud get suggestions fur birth
Dr. Mason was down from Myrtle day or wending gifts iu cut glass,
jewelry or silverware.
Oeo. Gillmun bus purchased a
J. P. Paulson was a Marshfield
new Metz oar. It ia a seven speed
machine and ia attracting a great
Wanted— Chttham Bark 1915
deal of attention.
ptel Call ou or address.
Mr. aud Mrs. F. B. Phillips and
Oeo. T. Moulton,
son Rodney spent Bsturday and
John F. Hall was in town on le .Sunday at the home of their daugh
ter, Mrs. It H Mast, jr , at Baudon.
gal business Friday.
PHONOGRAPH RECORDS— for
exchange, Victor snd Columbia,
in good order. Inquire at this
The Loyel Daughters class of the
Chtistian Sunday School held a pic
nic last Thursday in Patterson's
Grove. A very pleasant day was
spent by all. Those present were
Mrs. Aaron Wilson, the teacher of
the class, and the Misses Alia
Blanche Moorman, Matjorie Loi-
e az, Chrystal Lafferty, Margaret
Cunningham, Myrtle Neely, Gladys
Nosier, Sylvia Neely. Mildred Nee
ly, Hazel Gilpin, Doris Tyrrell,
Myrtle Cunningham, Wilma Bunch,
and Audrey Stanningar.
W ould Use Dykes
Dates at the
Wednesday, July 28
You have read about them
in the Scientific American
and in many Magazines
The Real Thing
Taken from a Tube
Under W ater
Five Reels, Featuring Dustin Farnum
Saturday, July 31
“Girl of the Golden W est”
M O N D A Y
15c and 25c
Wednesday, Aug. 4
‘‘The Western Spirit”
4 Reels, Featuring Edward A beles
An appreciative audience attend
ed the entertainment at the M. E-
church last night, when Rev. W. S
Gordon, of Astoria, gave a poetical
monologue, giving readings from
bis charming little book of verse,
“ The Western Spirit.” Rev. Gor
don has lived on the Coquille and
the Umpqua, and this vicinity fig
ures interestingly in some of bis
most pleasing poems. Music was
furnished by an orchestra of four
pieces. The Epworth League, un-
det whose auspices the entertain
ment was given, were well pleased
with the quality aud spirit of Rev.
Gordon’s work, and it is safe to say
that every person present Ihorough-
ly enjoyed every moment of the
United States Torpedo
Boat at Port Orford
Five Reels, Featuring Edward Abeles
Saturday, August 7
5 Reel Florence Reed
“Hypocrites” September 13
The U S. Torpedo boat destroyer
Whipple, dropped into Port Orlord
harbor Sunday afternoon, and has
been lying here since seeking shel
ter from (be heavy N or’ wester that
has been blowing.
The Whipple is a tour funnel
boat and was bijil! in igoi.
has 8300 horsepower eugiilts, and
indicated speed of 28 knots and
carries a complement of 75 men
She has recently been on duty I
along the coast of lower California
and Mexico, but is now enroute
from San Francisco to go on patrol
duty in Alaskan waters.
The boat has been attracting
much attention 1 ere, and many ol
her crew, taking advantage of shore
leave, have given a lively and pic
turesque look to our town
day afternoon Capt. Prior aud sev
eral of his officers went out by auto
and visited the Radio station at
Cape Blanco. The boat will pro
ceed on her way as soon as the
wind lulls.— Port Orford Tribune.
Just received large shipment of Wall Paper.
Select now while stock is replete.
PRICES 15 CENTS TO 25 CENTS PER DOUBLE ROLL
H . O. H N D E R S O N
The following interview, taken
Cleau milk and Clean cream, from
Complete House Furnisher
Laird Building M
a Clean dairy, for Bale at the City from the Record of July 19lb, is of
Bakery. Cream put up in non-re special interest to those interested
turnable Kleen cups.
in seeing the vast acreage of willow
Mr. and Mrs. R H, Must spent bottom lauda lying south aud west
Sunday at Bandon visiting Mr. and of this city put under cultivation.
Mrs R H Mast, Jr.
L. P. Braustetter, who had been
accompanied by the Misses Eva in the county for the laat three
Schroeder and Aona Truman and weeks, representing the Z. Ruse and
Sons company, owners of the large
Silver Leaf Brand Pure Lard Stands the Test
H. O. Anderson and family re lowland district iu the Coquille val
I f you have not been using Sw ift’ s try it next tim e—it is satisfactory
turned Thursday fro m Afbland ley, has completed hie investigations
Ask Y ou r D ealer—He can get it
where they attended the Chautau and will leave tomorrow for Cali
qua. They report the Chautauqua a fornia to report.
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great success, the musical part be
Mr. Braostetter Said this morn
D IS T R IB U T O R .
C O Q U IL L E . O R E G O N
ing there was only one way to make
ing especially fine.
I am in the market for Cbitham
Three river steamers and innum
Bark,Butchers’ and Farmers’ Hides, to dyke them so there would be no
erable autos conveyed t h e vast
Wool, Pelts and Furs.
probability of overflowing on any
crowds from the Bay, Myrtle Point,
G e o . T. M o u l t o n
portion. He made plana for the
Try a Herald want ad for any
and Coquille to BandoD
Mrs. August Frizeen and little property lying south of the river in
Sunday to participate in the Elks thing you want to buy or sell.
daughter Carol, of Marshfield, came the vicinity of Coquille and baa es
celebration at that place. From the
over Friday for a brief visit with timates for the work. There are 1,-
time the boats arrived in the middle
Mrs. Lund. Miss Betty Frizeen has 300 acres in the tract be hiB looked
of the forenoon until late in the
been visiting at the Lund home for over and the plan is to run a dyke
evening the Elks gave the people SHARON-HARKENSEE— At the
the past, two weeks. Sunday, they entirely arouDd the holdings
M. E. Parsonage in this city,,
went to Powers, returning to the would involve dredging to a depth one contiuual splendid time. The
Wednesday, July 21, 1915,Walter
events followed each other iu rapid
Bay on Monday.
of 20 feet with a top width of 75 feet.
E, Sharon, of N< va<la, and Min-
1 Simplex Cream Separator, 900 Thia excavation would furnish a succession aud lhere were no dull
uie Helen arkensee, of Marsh-
moments during the entire day.
1 Little Giant Rus
sian Steam Turbine Separator, 400 dyke 20 feet above the low water
field. Rev. C.H. Bryan officiating.
A spiendid lunch was spread near
1 Remington Sboles level and provide a 40 foot top. Mr. the baseball grounds where weintr-
Typewriter No 11 in good condi Bran.tetter said the land enclosed
worsts, sandwiches, pickles a n d CULBERTSON-MARTIN — At the
tion. At Quick’s Second Hand Store. would be ae rich and productive as
M.E. Parsonage in this city Tuee
many other kinds of food were serv
One day last week while grind any that could be found. The value ed.
day, July 27, Jas. R. Culberlaon
Besides this many parties
ing a Bickle on a grindstone that of the land would be increased brought basket luuches and ate on
and Ethel S. Martin, both of Ban-!
was being i nu by a gasoline engine, $150 per acre by the dyking ai.d the beach or on the cliff above.
don. Rev.C.H Bryan officiating
Clarence Schroeder, of Arago, sus could then be sold off in tracts to I During the afternoon the crowd
tained severe cuts across the nnee, suit the small ranche , who would spent most of ita time at the ball
ears and neck, when the sickle be- desire to pursue intensive farming. park and on the beach The Marsh
came entangled in some manner Celery, Mr. Branstetter thought, field band furnished music and all
and flew off the stone, striking him would prove a profitable crop on the kinds of sports were indulged in
Regular as the Clock
in the face The injures are not land.
from dancing on the sands to surf
Mr Bransetter, himself, ia inter
ested in a number of reclaimed es
H ow ’s This?
tates in the San Joaquin valley and
Special Notice to
W e offer One Hundred Dollars Re"
For Sale By
First-class fare ol ,
ward for any case of Catarrh that knows the value of land that is of
the Folks of Coquille
Up freight, per ton
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh the formation that along the Co
quille river is.
S W IF T S
N O R TO N
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N ew H o m e
a n d Bandon
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J.
Chenev for the last 15 years, and believe
him p ’ rf.-'tly honorable In all business
t-nnsaetlnns and financially able to carry
,,ut any obligations made by hla firm.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE,
Hall’s Catarrh Cure la taken Internally,
tly upon the blood and mu
cous surra,. a of r ue system. Testimonials
s- nt free Pr re 75 cents per bottle. Sold
by all I ."tin Ists.
Take Hall's family puis for co—tlpeHUm.
We wish to announce we are exclu
sive Coquille agents for the simple
mixture o f buckthorn bark, glycerine,
etc., known as Adler-i ka. This rem
edy, used successfully for appendicitis,
Walter E. Sharon an I Minnie is the most THOROUGH bowel cleanser
Helen H irkeneee.
we ever sold. It is so powerful that
Don J. Scott and Leona Evans ONE SPOONFUL relieves almost ANY
CASE o f constipation, sour stomach.
Adler-i-ka .lever gripes, is safe to use
James Robert Culbertson a nd and the INSTANT action is surprising.
I Ethel F. Martin.
C. J. FUHKMAN, Druggist
COQUILLE FURNITURE CO.
E. & E. T. Kruse
24 California Street, San Francisco
J. E. N O R TO N
Agent, Coquille, O regon
The New Home S ew in g