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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1915)
Dr. C. W. ÎNDICOTT
Ottica over Firet National Ituiik
Pitone Main 431
G. EARL LOW. M. D.
P h ysician
urdey to see what they could find
on Sunday , Ihi tiisldayof the hunt
Buy your Fruit Jura ut Lyons
Jones tills year.
C. J. Holt was u business visitor
at Marshfield Satuiday
and box candy at Folsom's Confer
Office over Farmer« & Merchant«
Mr. and Mrs Clan le Moon of
Marshfield, were in towu (Saturday.
Dr. G. W. LESLIE
Phone Fred Slagle when you are
going to Marshfield uud a C didac
auto will eull for you.
Graduate of the American School
o f Osteopathy of Kirksville, Mo.
Office in Eldorado Block'
F. D. SPFRRÏ
A ttorney and
C o u n s e l l o r at L a w
Office in Robinson Building
w. C. CHASE
A tto rney at L aw
Olin e in Kichmond-Barker Bldg
C. R. BARROW
A t to r n e y a n d C o un h ellor at L a w
OHice Phone 33.r>
Residence Phone 340
J. J. STANLEY
A. J. SHERWOOD
A ttorney at L aw
First National Bank Building
L J. LILJEQI/IST
A tto rney at L aw
First National Bank Building
A tto rney at L a w
First at Finish!
I’m Little, but, Oh, Myl
Dr. 11. B. Moore, of North Bend,
was a business visitor here jt-stvr-
Home.made tallies. In ¡tiles etc
at Folsom’s Confectionery. Always
fr«sh. Try them
ami hr Hi« oar was bugging the out-
si ie of the mad ut ihe time, it abut
The Coos Bay-Baptist Assembly ovtr tb« tiigt btfoiB sVIintoiivu, who
Don’ t forget the Keystone com will be held at Marshfield August wa« «teeriug, ooul I *traight»u it up.
edy at the Scenic tomorrow night.
27-29, in the First Baptist Church. The our rollfd down to u meadow,
1. Suuday School -caching and «topping bottom up Htid pinning
A J.Sheiwood aud L. A. Li je-
Mr. Barton do vn with but face iu j
qvist, with tneir f m.¡lies, left last AdiuiuistratioD
2. Church Efficiency iu Work | the dirt, from ahu ll tlti^t r-.us po
Friday for au outing iu Curry oouu
sition be was n mmim I by ihe mli.i
ty. They went iuto the bills east ’ ami Wnr-lnp an I Administration
A p4«Hing Fordixt loane I •
of Laugloia, beyond the track of
new inner tube, ri m * the e a r wh s
autos, and expected to be goue Deepening of the Christian Exper righted und driven into town with
about teu days.
! its puh«» iigt?rn, Mr. Burton assisting I
This three-fold program will he Mr Mi utonye in «leering. Exam
You can ulways find Fresh \ege-
in charge of the denominational ination by X*ri»j «bowed that Mr.
tables at Lyous & Jones.
Miutunye’« iii'm wn8 broken cloth- to
The O til Fellows lodge here en leaders of the Pacific Const. Among the «boulder, uud be will be laid up
joyed an official visit last evening
for some week«.
from Noble Grand Juhu F. Hall Rev. W. H. Eaton, D. D., pastor at
aud Grand Patriarch Robert An Koseburg, Oregon; Miss Carrie O. Brought Back For Bill
drews. The R-becahs provided a Millspaugb, secietuiy of ihe Wom
Which They Had Paid
banquet, aud it was made a gala oc an's American Baptist Home Mis
Charles MuthiHou of this piece
Parties r turning from the Expo
bus the contract foi pointing the
report that "The Laurel’ , the
school house at Eastsiile.
official annual publication of the
Economy Jaia in quarts, pints and
Coquille high school, occupies a
half gallons ut Lyons Ai Jones.
promim ut position aud is the first
M O. Wuruir, the piano tuner,
object to attract the attention of
was over from Marshdeid yosteiduy
visitors at tha Co s county exhibit.
and put I he ¡Scenic piano iu good
Go to W. II Schroeders Jewelry
Store and get suggestions for birth-
Take the Cadillac auto line when lay or wending gifts in cut glass,
you go to 'lie Bay, and get through jewelry or sil vet ware.
tu comfort and on time.
The Herald is informed that G.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Beyers left N. Bowers, repair mau for the
Sunday for a two weeks’ visit wish Farmers telephone lines and mana
relatives in Polk and Dong,as coun ger of the electric supply house at
Myrtle Poiut is Laving for Califor
Men’s Dress Shoes, $3,50, Dress nia with the intention of returning
Shirts, $1 00 aud $1 25 at Pureley’s, about tue firBt of September with a
Miss Mary Levur entertained her
F, E McKcnua, Dr. Hamilton
Sunday School class of small hoys and Fred Scbildt male up one of
t the M. E. church purlois, last the parties striking for ibc timber
ou Ihe eve of the opening' of the
Bring your watches, clocks or deer season
They went Saturday
jewelry to W. H. Scbioedsr to be night lo G. N Bowers’ ranch about
repaired. First class work guaran
live miles out of Myrtle Poiut. Up
to the hour of guiug to press they
Miss Olive Howey returned Fri
had not shown up at the Herald
day from a short outing ut Bandon,
office with any venison.
where tne Coquille Cump Fire Girls
It is stated l>y many who know
are enjoying their vacation.
the facts that the estimate given last
I f "Cadillac” means anything to
week of the loss of the Lo vre n s
you, remember that is Ihe kind of
ars used ou Slagle's line to Marsh* tnurant in the tire which destroyed
the Bledsoe building should be di
vided by about four. The figure
Mrs. C. H. Mast, of Lee, mother
given was obtained from one of the
of It. H. Mast, has been very ill for
Moan brothers while the fire was
about two weeks, and being about
78 years of age bet condition is con burning.
Chance for the Boys
In the race o f lifo you want to win.
I can help you. I'm doing great
things for otherB. Why not for you P
Make me run for you.
W A N T COLUMN
HATES: One cent a word, each in
sertion. No charge less than 15 cents'
Big cotnfuitable, reliable Cadil
lacs arc used on theSlugie auto hue BOYS M AY W IN FREE T R IP TO STATE
to Marshfield, leaving Coquille six
times a day. Fare 75 cents.
Industrial Field Worker L P
Mi. aud Mrs S. M. Nosier aud
Harrington, from the Department
Aus’ in Hazard spent Sunday iu
of Education, Salem, will spend
Brewster valley. They were alter
the week in Coos County, on the
deer, but claim that the country up
invitation of Supt. Baker, in the
til, re is poor for hunting.
interest of boys and girls club work
Miss Daisy Mustek, who has been
for county and state
speudiug the summer with relatives
Coos county has a good liberal
ud friends in Coos county, will sail
premium list for the work of the
on the Breakwater, Sunday, for her
young peopile, and awards will be
home in Portland.
made at the county fair at Myrtle
1 Simplex Cream Sepaiatoi, 900 Point, September 10. There are
1 Little Giant Rus
several hundred young people en
sian Steam Turbiue Separator, 400
1 Remington Sboles rolled in the clubs of Coos county
Typewriter No 11 iq good condi These boys and girls are in corre
tion. At Quick’s Second Hand Store spondence with the State Leader,
The Coos and Curry Telephone Prof. F. L Griffin, of Corvallis aud
Co. has made quite an improvement receive from the college bulletins
at central, in the way of a wide shelf bearing on the projects in which
on which to write messages, with a they are interested.
B IC Y C L E for sale cheap at the
supply of blanks provided.
Baby Buggies and Runabouts.
FOR S A L E — Pttile Prunes at ihe
All kiuds of Fruit Jars, StoDe Jars,
Prune Orchard. O C. Jansen
Stone Churns, and 1 10 gal Barrel
Churn, good as new.
FOil S A L E —Registered Duroc’s. Second Hand Store.
ali ages, tinea* blood. For pir
The only glory ticket appearing
addri as <L R. Mnbeo
8 3 10tp to have been issutd by Couu’y Clerk
Watson during the past wtek was
STOCK HOGS— ft r sale; all agis
made out to Budd Hawley Bring-
anil varioua lirteda. S -v-u cenia
ham and Leona Polk
John Mulvirh-ll. tp
A School of Religion
sion Society for the Pacific Coast; | The case of the Slate of Oregon
Mins Ilubie T. Weyburu, secretary j against K H Grigware, 13. J. Grig-
fur t ie American Baptist Foreign l ware and I W. Larsen came to a
Mission Society of the Columbia very sudden termination before
Justice Stanley this morning, when
District; Rev. J. D Springvton,
it developed that Mrs. Nora W ilk
Ph. I) , director of Sunday School inson, the private prosecutor, had
aud Young People’s Work fo Ore received payment tor the board bill
gun umler the American Baptist which she had charged them with
Rev. S A jumping.
The parties had roomed »t the
Douglass, pastor of the First Bap
Traveler’s Rest for about 3 weeks
tist church of Grants Pass Oregon;
while looking lor employment here.
Rev. C. E. Short and Mrs, C. E.
Being unable to find work, they
Shoit, pustots of thi- First Baptist
| started lor Rostbuig, where they
church of Oakland, Oregon; liev.
were acquainted, promising to send
H. B. Foskett, Convention Pastor
the amount they owed Mrs. Wilkin
for ths Oregon Baptist State Con
son upon arriving there
vention; President L. W. Riley, D.
as they arrived they raised the
D , of McMinnville College,
money and sent ihe amount of their
Miunville, Or«.; Rev. O. C Wright,
bill to Mrs Wilkinson.
Superintendent of Missions for Ore
meantime, she had sworn out a
gon, aud nthrrs.
warraul and the men were brought
The Christian workers and pub
back, aud their examination was
lic are invited to attend the sessions
set lor this morning before Justice
and meet the workers.
Stanley. The lact that Ihe lady
had received her money was un
known to ibe presiding judge un
til ihe lady was placed on the stand
A. O. Miutouye is laid up with a She slated that she hid notified
broken arm und J. S Barton is Sheriff Johnson o( the lact, and why
suffering from some bruises as the i ’ he couuiy was put to the expense
result of au auto accident ou th e !? ' b,iuBiu« witnesses before ihe
justice does oot appear.
Biudou road yesterday ufttrnoou
, The lepott of a Roseburg papier
Alfred Johnson, who was also in ; tt,at the men were (rested for «teal
the car, escaped unhurt The three mg a drum at M rshfield, must
men were returning from Bauiion, have been the product ot some one s
where they had attended the Moose
viyicl imagination, as nothing
. L l ,nl the kind was involved,
cclebratiou. At a point about right
Ano(ber b(J<ird w „ case j, nn tllis
miles from this city, a tire b,ew out afternoon, when Charles Smith is
~ beiDg examined on a charge pre
H o w ’s T h is ?
Landlord Young, of 1 lie
We offer One Hundred Dollar» Re- Baxter Hotel, who had reason
ward for any case of Catarrh that believe that he was about to skip
cannot ha cured by Hall’s Catarrh to Sin Francisco leaving a $20 de
ficit in his boatd bill
F . J. C H E N E Y & CO.. Toledo. O.
T.'e, the undersigned, have known F. J. states that other cases areott the way,
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe as be has become weary of being
him perfectly honorable In all business
transactions and financially able to carry beaten out of board bills and has
out an y obligations made by his firm.
sworn out some other warrants, in
N A T I O N A L B A N K O F C O M M ER C E,
Toledo, O. which cases the arrests have not
H a ll’s C atarrh C ure is taken internally, been made.
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces o f the system. Testimonials
s r< free. Price 75 cents p e r bottle. Sold
L ■ all 1'rogrrtsts.
r a l e H all's Family Pills for constipation.
to tb« oe irueHH of
bunting season I lake this occasion
to notify tbe public that no bunting
will be allowed ou tbe Smith-Pow-
ers laud on Cunningham creek with
out a written permit signed by A.
H Powers. Any violations of this
notice will positively be prosecuted,
J A S P E R YO A K A M
Coquille residents are astonished tit
the QUICK results from the simple
mixture of buckthorn hark, glycerine,
etc., known as Adler-i-ka. This remedy
act« on BOTH upper and lower bowel
and is so THOROUGH a bowel cleanser
,in »P I’«»'**-
citis. ONE SPOONbUb of Adler-i-ka
relievesalu iostA N Y C .se of con.tips-
tion, sour or gassy stomach. ONE
M INUTE after you take it, the gasies
fumble ami pass out.
T ra v e l Pictures
Keystone C o m e d y
E v ery
U n iv e rs a l Feature
D o n ’t w a i t fo r b ills --c o m e a lo n g
a n y e v e n in g a n d w e w i l l
gu aran tee a good sh o w
L I G H T B U L B i S s \
25 w a tt ____________________ 30 cents
40 w a tt _____________________ 30 cents
60 w a t t ___________•__________40 cents
^ R U G S
A th er Rugs 9x12
Small R u g s ______
$13.00 to $18.00
$6.75 to $10.00
$2.25 to $4.00
H. O. A N D E R S O N
Complete House Furnisher
Laird Building M
f l n
SW IFT S
Silver Leaf Brand Pure Lard Stands the Test
I f you have not been using S w ift’s try it next time—it is satisfactory
A?k 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
1 WILL GIVE $1000
Hav« von paid tbe printer.
If I FAIL to CURE m CANCER or TUMOR i tmt
before it POISONS flap (¡inds m ettachei to BONE
No PAY Until CURFPl
WRITTEN IIUARANTLE ’
No X Ray or other
swindle. An Island^
plant makes the cure >
Any TUMOR. LUMP o rf
SORE on the lip, face’
or b o d y lo n g is
C A N C E R ! it never
.20-PAGE BOOK f -nt .
KKEK. 10.OK) t .-tl-f
monials. Writs lo Uffil
Any LUki?« WOMAN'S BREAST,
HI 'luPvn-, ;poi «’TM'b ' p rm-
IS U A f l U L d i
«lan ds tt’i'l KlLtS CU1CKLV
Onewdumn inev« rv7ui’ -oieftivi’r -U.S.r« port
We refuse ninny who wait too long & must die
1’oor cured at half price if cancer is yet small
ie O A M O m
Or. t Mrs. Dr. CHAKLEf S, CO. g S R t f f f l l
COLLEGE SUM-MER SCHOOL
c - j - FUHRMAN, Druggist
The boys camp and school was
so mneb of a success at the Stale
Fair last year that the managers
offer it again this year, and in ad
dition provide for a camp and
school for girIs
The State Fair board will have
these yuutie people as their guests
for the week ol the fait, Sep’ ember
27th to October 2nd, inclusive. A ll
expenses will be paid after they
Coos county has provided for the
expense necessary in taking two
boys to Salem
These boys must
be county prize winners in the
county, as provided in the premium
The State offets this year as capi
tal prizes for the State Fair, trips
SECOND H A N D T Y P E W K I T E R -
E P Mast, of McKinley, was in
Pitlsburg Visible; dues firat-claan town yesterday . Mi. Mast r< marked i to Corvallis Summer School 1916 —
! with all expenses paid by interested
work. For aale cheap
iu convirsattou that he thought he
at Herald office.
business men who believe in this j
had the oldest coal oil box in Ore
P H O N O G R A P H R E C O R D « — for gon, being oue tbit he packed in practical educational movement.
The wide-awake boys and girls!
exchange, Vlfi'or and Cnluiubia,
in good order
Inquire at this over the Coos Bay wagon road in ■ o| Coos county should look after j
1872 b. fore lbs road was finished. 1
these fine educational t.ips and
C A . Ma ii Ii a -u
other county and state prizes. Get
L ona <V J in«» catry the Mason,
ab ut mid h s h s b 1 id I ,.
£ nut inv mid Hi-hr-m Jar Caps.
your exhibits teady in time and
part of the time 1 very day
send to Mrs Mabel A Roberts,
L n-* Leueve, t ut city editor, left
Kel| t> Sec Coos County School Fair Asso
last week, accompanied by Ida wife, i Guy K- noy and Mii •a Y - ll
¡ left -'iatuiilay » 1 h ! f i ¡ttti i« f Jl H ciation, Myrtle Point, Oregon.
to ce’ebrute Ihe deer s- aaon in the
M. >» ll|> iti l i t
Don’ t forget the date of the
woo ls. A card 1st-r brought -he I hunt -jl about teu
county fair, September to. Separ
new« that they weie c.mping at i Tioga conutiy.
FARMERS— G e t j T
Ai-Lilt.il ate exhibits tnay b made lor county
Hheep C imp HL'I the deei were so
thick that they were having hard wauls your hi ie*. U ti. i HG* b -Ir and «late tair. Supt R C. Baker
I about if.
and Supervisor F. A Golden are
w ok to ke»p them out of camp
most hearty iu their support of this
Leave your mders with us for
Ashland canning peaches st 65 paiut firm, J. J. Stanley and Tom school fair movement, county and
cent* per box. Th- Model Grocery. j Lane atiuck tor the tall limber Hit- state.
One Spoonful Gives
CAMF AND SCHOOL FOR BOYS
C. E. Houser, of Bridge, w -s iu
G A S O L IN E LAUNCH for trade for
n.iik cows or \oung horse. Apply towu today, familiarizing himself
to Frank Burkholder
wiih the workings of the new Ford
automobile he purchased recently,
GOOD WORK H O R S E - F o r sale
Mr. Houser expects to leave soon
or trade for caltie, price $1611.
lor Vt heeler couuly
He will make
O O. Buneli, 'oquil e
the trip in his car
S L A S H IN G — Want to exchange loi
H . M. Shaw, M. D , Eye, Ear,
or acre' ge for slashing Coqoila Nose aod Throat specialist, will be
'Land Co., Fol-om’a CoifectioD-rv at the Baxter Hotel August 18tb,
4-20-tf Wednesday. Glasses titled.
"Strictly R.lljbH, er.at.-st Cir.ccr sioelalUt llvlni"
4340 l 436E Valencia St., Sin Irancisco, Cal.
KIND LY M A IL T H IS tn-JIKI.il» C A N C E R
B H K e R Y
B R O S .. P R O P .
N ew H o m e
Regular as the Clock
a n d Bandon
W it h n e w b u l hi I n * » , b e tte r e q u ip m e n t, en -
, lni’*e «l *ro iin < l», anti ninny a d d it io n » to It »
j fa c u lty , th e L 'n lv e m ltr o f O re g o n w ill b e g in I t «
1 fo r t ie t h ye ar. Tu e»iU t)’. S e p tem b er 14. 1915.
j S p ecia l t r n in in * In C o m m erc e. .lo u i-n n ll»n i.
j A r c h it e c t t ir e . L a w . M ed ic in e , T e n c h in * . L ih rn -
| ry W o r k . M u sic. P h y s ic a l T r n in in * and F in e
I A r t » . I^ ir * e and » t r a il* d e p a r tm e n t» o f L ib e r
al Kd o ra tio n .
I L ib r a r y o f m o re than .Vi.OOO v o lu m e », th ir -
' teen h u ild in * » fu lly eq u ip p e d , tw o »p lc n d ld
* y m n n »liitn «.
T u it io n F r e e . D o r m it o r le » fo r m en and fo r
w o m en . E « p e n » e » L o w e s t.
W r it e fo r free e n ta lo *».n d d i< » » i n * K e * i» t r n r
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
KITGKNK, O R E G O N
First-class fard or..
Up freight, per ton
E. & E. T. Kruoe
For Sale By
COQUILLE FURNITURE 10.
Coquille, O regon
24 California Street, San Francisco
J. E. NORTON
Agent, Coquille, Oregon
The New Home Sewing