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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1915)
Mian Esther Nelson of Marshfield Hearing to be Held
Ted Baxter was over from the
! visited at the Lund home iu this ci-
O n Raise of Rate»
„ ty Sunday.
i Chus. Wisset, of Ban tou, was „ a
L. A Liljeqvut was u Bay visitor [
Herman Sanford, of Sumner was
The mutter of the application of
Coquille visitor Sunday.
Miss Alice McCue of Baudou w r s »e«*u hacking his car up the main the Coquille Valley Teleplione Corn-
Tim Seeley was up from bis camp
street of our city Saturday afternoon. pany for authority to iucrease rates
a Coquille visitor Sunday.
Buy your teu at the Model Gro- at Coquille and Myrtle Point, also
Jap Youkaiu was a business visi
Buy your Fruit Jars at Lyous »V
eery Saturday August 7, sud save rural aud farm rate«, has been set
tor at Myrtle Poiut yesterday.
Jones this year.
10 cents per pound.
down for hearing belore tne Public
Melvin Jacobsen, of North Bend,
J. S. Barton was a Myrtle Poiut
Frank Harlocker was over from Service Commission, at the Court
wus a Coquille visitor Sunday.
Marshfield Sunday visitiug with bis House iu Coquille, on Thursday the
Huve your piano toned by ^her- ( a U ( j Iuotber. He is going to 12th day of August, at 10 a. in.
Hurry Hughes was up from Ban-
man Si Clay’s tuner, who is now
leave some time this week for Frisco Also heariug in tbs matter of the
hero. Leave orders at the Hetald
to take in the fair.
application of the Coos Si Curry !
Sweet's high-grade chocolates office.
aod box candy at Folsom’s Confec
Lyons Si Jonss carry the Mason, Telephone Company for authority
W. C. Boss aud wife were fishing
Ecouomv nud Schram Jar Caps.
to increase its rates will be held at
in the Fairview couutry Sunday.
Fete Parish wus down from the
Hay Lahey, who is connected with the Court House in the City of Co-
Ed Lorenz wus down from his
South Fork, Friday.
tbe Umpqua hotel at Roscburg, ar quille on Friday, the 13th day of
ranch above Myrtle Poiut Sunday.
rived at tbia place laet night and in August, at 10 A M. Hearing in
Tom Krewson wus in from Brew
FARMERS—G e o . T. Moultou
tends to spend a couple of weeks the matter of the Coos and Curry
ster Valley, Saturday.
wauls your hides. Better see him
Telephone Company is for the pur-
his vacation here.
Phone Fred Slagle whi n you ate about it.
I pose of securiug local testimony,
going to Marshfield and a Cadillac
Big comfortable, reliable Cadil- | A. O. Hooteu and daughter Lou
auto will call for you.
lacs arc u*ed on the Slagle auto line drove down from Bridge y esterday, I question of valuation will not be
Lawson Lawhoru was in from to Marshfield, Laving Coquille six ; yjr> Hooton returned home this af tukeu up at this time.
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
Middle O e k, Saturday.
Chus Bai t er was over from the
Bay on business Saturday.
insects, sunburn, bruises
and hives, and valuable as
well for the local treatment
of headaches, neuralgia and
Home.made taffies, brittle» etc.
at Folsom’s Confectiouery. Always
fresii. Try them
W. H. Vuu Wayne was a Buudon
visitor Friday aud Saturday.
M M AN’S PHARMACY
P. M Hall-Lewis took the auto
stage tor Marshfield Saturday.
T he R e x a ll S to r e
Dr. C. W. ENDICOTT
Office over First National Hank
Phone Main 431
G. EARL LOW. M. D.
P h y sic ia n and surgeon
Office over Farmers & Merchants
Dr. G. W. LESLIE
Graduate o f the American School
o f Osteopathy o f Kirksville, Mo.
Office in Eldorado Block
£. D. SPERRY
A ttorney and
C ounsellor at L aw
OHiee in Kobinson Building
W. C. CHASE
A ttorney at L aw
Office in Richmontl-Barker Bldg
C. R. BARROW
A ttorney a n d C ounsellor at L aw
Ollice Phone 335
Residence Phone 346
J. J. STANLEY
A. J. SHERWOOD
A ttorney at L aw
Ovid Wickham was up from Bau.
don visiting his folks last week.
Attorneys Pulford and Ste umler
were in town ou legal business last
You can always find Fresh Vege
tables at Lyons & Joues.
If you have not seen a Paramount
picture at the Grand ask your
friends about them.
Dr. G. Ecrl Low has moved into
the offices formerly occupied by
Dr. Uicbmoud in the F. Si M, Bank
The mauagot of the Grand is
proud of the pictures that areshowu
on Wednesday ami Saturday nights
of eacli week
Economy Jars in epiarts, piuts and
half gallous at Lyons A Joues.
Claude Moon reportn that he ut
most ran over » deer in his auto,
as he came down from Powers Fri
day. The deer would hardly leave
MenV'Dress Shoes, $3.50, Dress reading club. The Delphian Soci
Shirts, $1 00 and $1.25 at Pursley’s, ety is a national concerted move
Miss Bengston, of MarshfielS, was Coquille Haberdashery.
ment organized in the interest of
in the city s short time Thursday
Officer James Brown’s house at broader education, culture and per
ou her way home from Myrtle Poiot
Myrtle Point, was destroyed by fire, sonal progress.
where she had been altendiug a case
Wednesday night. Hia sou Grover
A large barbecue of venison is
iu her capacity as trained nurse.
and wife occupied the house. Near promised to the people at Lauglois
Take the Cadillac auto liue when ly everything they owned was lost
on the 6th and 7tb of this month.
you go to *he Bay, aud get through
in the fire.
The deer season is not open until
io comfort aud on time.
Mrs Dorothy Lauglois returned the 15th and everyone is wondering
from North Bend Thursday.
She how they are going to roast venison
has beeu under treatment at the and serve it to the public, out of
Mercy hospital during the past two season. It would be a good thing
w e e k s, recovering from a seri ius for the game warden to visit the
operation, performed by Dr. V. L. barbecue.
Let Me Pitch For You! Hamilton of this city.
Baby Buggies and Runabouts.
A Sure Winner!
Clean milk and Clean cream, from
u Clean dairy, for sale at the City
Bakery. Cream put up in non-re
turnable Kleen cups
First National Bank Building
L. J. ULJEQI/IST
A ttorney at L aw
C A Machon, who has been quite
sick for several weeks, lias been tak
en to Marshfield, where the effect
of Turkish baths will be tried. Mrs.
Machon accompanied her husband,
and Mrs. D. D. Pierce has charge
of the news stand in their absence.
First National Bank Building
A ttorney at L aw
times a day. I are 75 ceuta.
j ternoott, but Miss Lou remained for
Thus. Stilwenr of Parkersburg, H fow weeks’ visit with relatives ftDd
was a business visitor yesterday, 1 friends in this city,
cheerfully renewing Ins allegiance: Qe() Robia>on> Geo. Davis, Fred
to the Herald.
' Liuegar, Birdie McCloskey, Albett
Tiie Pauter brothers have pur Schroder, R H. Mast aod Fred
chased a spted boat which they in Linegar’s cousin were all at Sunset
tend to operate ou the river be Bay Sunday iu their autos, enjoy
tween this place and Baudon.
ing an outiug. Their families and
If “Cadillac” tutaiis anything to some of their frieuds accompanied
you, remember that is the kiud of j ^bem
cars used ou Slagle’s line to Marsh
Go to \V. H Schroeder» Jewelry
Store aud get suggestions for birth
Mis Alt Johnson, Jr. left Sunday day or wedding gifts iu cut glasB,
ou the Breakwater for Portland jewelry or silverware. .
where she expects to wake a brief
Peter Axe, of Bridge, brought iu
visit with relatives.
his first load of fruit yesterday
O. C. Sanford has sold bis resi with his little Studebaker truck.
dence property near the Chisttian He left home after six and reached
church to lo h u Treichler, Win. Coquille about the middle of the
forenoon. He brought 20 boxes of
Oddy negotiating the deul.
Bring your watches, flocks or apples, selling some here and tak-
jewelry to W. H. Schroeder to be iug the rest to Marshfield.
repaired. First class work guaran
Mrs. J. \V. Leueve received a bo-
quet of Dahlias from Mrs. Frank
Billey Foote arrived from Port Sdccbi, of Marshfield, one day last
land Sunday. He has been absent week. They ar some of the largest
several months, being engaged in ever seen at thia place, some of them
the moving picture busiueas at Port measuring nine iuehes across the
face of the flower.
Frank Schroeder, of Eureka, ar
Mrs. E. M. Deyer aud Mrs. B E
rived Sunday evening at thia place Greene, of Portland, field eecreta-
to pay bia father, FrtdS. Schroeder ries for the Delphian Rearing Soci
a visit. He drove up the coast from ety are iu the city for a few days
Eureka iu his car.
for the purpose of orgauizing a
“The Million,” which will be
shown at the Grand tomorrow night,
is the first Paramount comedy that
has come here It is made for laugh
ing purposes only, and the superb
quality of the Paramount pictures
shown in the last five weeks is a
guarantee that not a patron will fail
to get bis money’s worth in the way
1 Simplex Cream Separator, 000
1 Little Giant Ros
eau Steam Turbine Separator, 400
1 Remington Sboles
Typewriter No 11 in good condi
tion. At Quick’s Second Hand Store
L ife is a g a m e Just tike ba seb a ll,
fu ll o f hits an d ou ts. Lot m e help
y o u bea t F a ilu re. I ca n tan him e v
e r y tim e.
W A N T C O LU M N
FOR SIX MONTHS
RATES: One cent a word, each in-
¡sertion. No charge less than 15 cents'
FOP. SALE—Registered Du roe’s,
Jesse Barker of Fairview lost a
nil ages, finest blood. For par horse last week while attempting to
ticulars address J. R Maben,
8-3 10tp corral a wild steer The horae was
ice is an absolute neces
running down a very sleep hill, near
STOCK ilOGS— f.»r sale; ail ages the bottom of which was a 1 »g it
sity. f o r the other six
and Various breeds. Seven cents
had to jump. It made the log all
months it is a great con
John Mulverbill. tp
right, but was unable to stop or
venience. Have you giv* GASOLINE LAUNCH for trade for
turn quick enough, and rau its head
milk cow« or young horse. Apply
en your order for the
between the boards of the fence,
to Frank Burkholder.
breaking its neck. Mr Baiker es
season yet? If not
GOOD WORK HORSE—For sale caped with no injury except a sh«k
Better make U» Your Iceman
or trade for cattle, price $160. ing up.
O G. Buncb, Coquille.
C O PIIIE lAUMUtV !H(,E GO.
M anufacturers of
H ow ’s This?
SLASHING— Want t»» exchange lot
W e offer One Hundred Dollars Re
or rcreege for slashing Coquille ward for any case of Catarrh that
L hd t Co-, Fol om’s Confectionery cannot be cured by Hall’s Catarrh
SECOND HAND 1 YPEWRTIER
F. J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo. O.
XVe, tlie undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 year«, and believe
him r rfeetly honorable In all business
transe tionr* and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by hia firm.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE.
i M’s Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally.
acting <’ rectly upon the blood and mu
cous '-.urfacffl o f the system. Testimonial«
pent f r <“». Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold
7/ie Celt bi aied ttergwann Chut
Pittsburg Visible; does first-class
The Striatesi hi ' New, st Water
woik. For sale cheap. Ii quire
Pr .of s'.m mu le I", log tra, miners
at HeraU office.
pr. -i e> toi a au mi. « -u.
PHONt GRAPH RECORDS — for
621 T h u ii.c v •ce’
exchange, V idor and Columbia,
P i . » r| i m
in good order. Inquire at this
A gent for C oquil e
by ■!! I •
H .N L O R E N Z
Take L.. . • i
amily Pill« for coastl potion.
Dates at the
Wednesaay, Aug. 4
4 Reel», Featuring E d w a r d A beles
Saturday, August 7
Miss Myrtle Lund was given a
shower at the home of Mr and Mrs.
F. B. Phillips Thursday evening,
Miss Allie Phillips being hostess
Sewing and music passed the time
quickly and pleasantly.
was served, Mrs. Phillips assisting
the hostess in serving, Those pres
ent were Misses M 'rtlo Lund, Leta
Mast, Eva Schroeder, Dora Harri
son, Dorothy Watson,Naomi Knowl-
ton Effie Houck, Gretcheu Sher
wood, Iuez Buncb, and the hostess.
Miss Phillips, and Mesdames F. C.
True, N. N. Neimau, V. L. Hamil
ton, Jane Williams. Hal W. Pierce,
P. L. Sterling, Chas Harlocker,
Archie Walker, Jack Juza, Reuben
H. Mast, Jr., T . B. Currie and F.
Heifer» to Humboldt
The steamship Santa Clara ar
rived Sunday morning from Port
land at 2.45 ami stayed in port un
til one, when she sailed for Eureka
and San Francisco. An interesting
part of the vessel’s work while at
the Terminal dock was the loading
of 64 y earling heifers, which] were
bought in the Coquille valley sec
tion by Jap Yoakatn for L P. Bran-
stetter. The heifers were all Jersey
stock and were purchased by Mr.
Branstetter for dairies of Humboldt
county, California. The herd was
driven to Marshfield Saturday night
and loaded on Sunday about the
5 Reel Florence Reed
Wednesday, Aug. 11
Six Reels, Featuring Behan
Saturday, Aug. 14
“T he Morals of M arcus”
Five Reels, Featuring Marie Doro
_____ A N D REMEMBER ^
“Hypocrites” September 13
R A N G E S
Economy, coal or wood _____ $20.00
Opal J r _______ $28.00-$30.00- 34.00
Rose Polished Top . . _ „ ____ 38.00
Colonial Polished Top
Colonial, with Reseruoir ________ 50.00
Crown Sterling _________ .
M ajestic _____________________
Every Stove Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction
0»vii g to the n< «rntNs of the
bunting KHtisotj I take this occasion
to notify the public that no hunting
Laird Building M
will be allow« d oti the Smith-Pow I Complete House Furnisher
ers land on Cunningham « reek with
out a written permit signed by A.
H Powers. Any violations of this
notice will positively be prosecuted.
JASPER YO a I v AM
All kiods of Fruit Jars, Stone JarB,
Stone Churns, and 1 10 gal Barrel
Mrs. Cary Entertains
Churn, go6d as new.
Second Hand Store.
Mrs. Leo J. Cary entertained in
Sunday, Mrs. W e . Hall, accom honor of the Misses Myrtle Lund
Silver Leaf Brand Pure Lard Stands the Test
panied by her son, Master Jack, left and Emily Harlocker, at her home
I f you have not been using Sw ift’ d try it next time—it is satisfactory
for Portland where they will be last Saturday night. Cards was the
A s k Y o u r D e a le r — H e ca n g e t it
joined by Mr Hall. They will re popular amusement during the even
side at Portland in the future. Mrs. ing, and a dainty luncheon waa
Hall has been engaged as chief op served. A most enjoyable time is
erator at the Coos aud Ourrv Tele reported Those present were: Mes /
D IS T R IB U T O R ,
C O Q U IL L E . O R E G O N
phone office at this place for a num dames F. C. True, Hen Curry, Leo
ber of years, and will 1* greatly J. Cary; the Misses Emily Harlock
missed by the m»»ny friends she er, Myrtle LuDd, Bess Mahan, Allie
made during her stay here. Mr. Phillips, Edna Harlocker, /alma
Try a Herald want ad for any- j
and Mrs. J. W. Leneve drove her to Strang, Qretchen Sherwood, Messrs.
thing you want to buy or sell.
Marshfield Sunday morning in their Owen KDOwlton, F. A. McKenna,
car, where she took the Breakwater Harry Sharkey, J. P. Michaels, John
Miller, Pcarlie Lund, Herbert Luk Special Notice to
the Folks of Coquille
Mrs. A. R. Stambuck aud daugh ins, Ben Curry, F. C. True, and
ter Margaret, of North Bend, re Leo J. Cary.
We wish to announce we are exclu
turned yesterday from a trip to the
sive Coquille agents for the simple
exposition aud a visit with relatives
mixture o f buckthorn bark, glycerine,
in Sin Francisco and San Jose.
Sunday morning at the M. E. etc., known as Adler-i-ka. This rem
edy, used successfully for appendicitis,
They came on the Brooklyn to B bd -
Church Miss Hariiet Sweet was is the most THOROUGH bowel cleanser
don, and Mrs. Stambuck left by
elected delegate, with Mrs. C. Brv we ever sold. It is so powerful that
auto stage last evening for her
an as alternate, to represent the lo ONE SPOONFUL relieves almost AN Y
home. Mi«8 Stambuck remaing with
cal ohuri-h at the Methodist lay elec- CASE of constipation, sour stomach.
Coquille friends until today.
torial conference which will be held Adler-i-ka never gripes, is safe to use
and the INSTANT action is surprising.
in Roseburg on Sep. 24th This
C. J. FUHRMAN, Druggist
conference is for the purpose of
electing a delegate to the gnnerel
conference to be held in Saratoga
Springs, New Y’ork in May, 1916.
The general conference «lecide» the
laws and regulation» of the M. E.
Rpgular as the Clock
Church and in it the laiety have
equal representation with the cler
H. O. A N D E R S O N
S W IF T S
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EVER READ ONE OF
Full of errors and misprints ?
W e don’t turn out that kind.
Ours are well printed and
reasonable in cost.
N ew H o m e
Tom J. Scott an«l Leona E. Bur-
James R. Culbertson and Ethel
Harry S. C»r»lell and Lydia Belle
Mathias Lux and Bessie May Jen-
Owen Hattet KDowlton and M ir
ti* Dora Lund.
First-class fare or..
U p freight, per ton
3.00 ! !
E. &. E. T . Kruse
For Sale By
COQUILLE FURNITURE CO.
2 4 C a lifo rn ia S tre e t, San F ra n cisco
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