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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1916)
“ Shorty” Neinran made a fly:ng trip
Mike Boone and Frank Black of
to Marshfield Monday.
Sumner motored lo Coquille Thurs
J. L. Paulson was a business visitor
day iu Mr Black’s car, returning
the Bay yesterday.
tbe same day.
The M. E. Cuurch will give a child
Miss Jaue Lowe returned Thurs
ren’» day program next Sunday morn
ing at 11 o’clock.
day from Portland where she has
Father H. J. McDevitt of Marshfield,
, ¿ r& rd
been taking kindergarleu work at
has charge of the local Catholic
TH I! U N I V E R S A L CAM
|St. Helen's Hall.
church, was in this rity yesterday.
WANTED—Ctiitbum Bark. 1916
I Peel. Geo T. Moulton
Carl Johnson, Richard Barr and Matt
The only seif-opening camera, and
Niemee motored over from Marshfield
the only camera in the world for 1 5-8
x 2 1-2 inch pictures which, in the
R. C. Dement was in town from
da>s ago, has accepted a position in
Myrtle Point today sporting a black eye
anastigmat series, has a device for foc
the Gardner & Lar«on garage
and a gash on his forhead, indicted by a
using, is the Ansco Vest Pocket No. O.
If you are going on a picnic get a
! package of Bluehill cheeae—10c. Ly-
R. H. Easton, our East Fork philo
] ons & Jones.
IJ Without the focusing device, an an
sopher, was in town one day last week,
Andy P. Davis, ex-deputy sheriff
and informed the Herald that he was
astigmat lens would be of no greater
was over horn Marshheid Saturday.
scheduled to deliver a lecture at Fair-
À b s o lu t e ly P u r e
value than a cheap lens.
He is now engaged iu the lumber
view next Sunday, his subject being
Made front Cream of Tarîar “ Ideals. ”
J business ou the Bay.
•I Speed to get the picture where the
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Roberts, of
Higlnst price paid for county
scrip and orders. Thu Title Co. tf NO ALUN-NO PHOSPHATE Bandon, passed through Coquille yes
picture is—not where the light is the
on their way to Elgin, Oregon,
Miss Hazel Dow, who has beeu J. A. Collier and wife returned the terday
most favorable—is the great anastig
where they will reside. The elderly
of the week from attending the couple have two sons, Harry and Fred,
at the Oregon Agricultural college, last
in Bandon, and three sons in Elgin.
Rose carnival at Portland.
The Haberdasher, Coquille, Oregon
returned to her borne in Coquille Gene Nosier and family left Sun Mrs.|W. F. Forbes of this city under
went an operation for appendicitis and
<1 The piice of this camera is $7.00,
day for a week's outing in Brewster other
ailments at the North Bend Hos- [
let us show it to you.
Dr. V. L. Hamilton who per
tauqua, July 13 th to 18 th. Season
FARMERS—Oeo. T. Moulton Forbes as the doing operation
! tickets on sale at Coquille Banks.
very nicely. Mrs. E.
During last week’s good weather
Brenner, of Coquille is nursing Mra.
it. He wunts furs also. 8-3tf A.
] every kid in town could tell you about
Charles Harlocker The officers of the Alumni Associa
j that the warer was fine As long and Mr. Mr. aud and Mrs.
The Rexall Store
V. L. Hamilton tion of the Coquille high school, met last
las the good weather keeps up all
motored to Powers Friday night. night at th* home of the president. Miss
the youngsters will keep cleau.
Harlocker, to make arrange
Money to loan in small amounts Edna
ments for the annual alumni banquet,
Don’t forget Myitle Point Chau
the date of which has not yet been de
Harris ot Matshfteld passed through Title Compuny.
6 6 tf
tauqua. July 13 'h to i 8 th. Season
tickets on sa'e at Coquille Banks
Professor Florian Von Eschen, a
Parkersburg They returned in gene where he will enter the Uni member
of the faculty of Willamette
C A. Macbun was a Coes Bay the afternoon,
University, was in this city and Myrtle
business visitor Friday.
Geo. T. Moulton will pay highest Mrs W. A. Darling formerly of Point over Sunday, after spendiug a
R. B. Murdock, county road master, market
Dr. C. W. ENDICOTT
few days on the Bay. He was here in
price for wool and mohair
3-14tf this place, came down from Powers the interests of W. U.
Office ovc r First National Bank
Mrs. Tom Donacas of Arago was D. W Baker, of Lee, and his son Saturday, staying over until yester Archie Boone, who has been acting
Phone Main 431
as conductor on the Smith-Powers log
shopping in Coquille Saturday.
Mack were in town yesterday and day.
ging trains, has gone to Portland to
514, Res. help you.
specialists about an injury to
improved city property The consult
Fined Twenty Plunks
ing car which they purchased from ou
his eye caused by a fragment of iron Fred C. True, Director;
G. EARL LOW. M. D
Frank Timmons, of Bandon, was a F. C. Pursley, tbe local agent for
barrel hoop which threatens to cause
A fine of $20 was assessed against
P hysician and surgeon
Haying has begun at Fairview, loss of sight.
business visitor at the court house yes the universal car.
Rutledge by Recorder Lawrence
Office over Farmers & Merchants terday.
It would be well for the man who
morning for disorderly con
Kumbles—try a package. Only 10c on improved city property. The their petitions to the weather clerk, owns the property bordering on the district was held last evening, without duct and resisting
an officer. Rutledge
at Lyons & Jones.
the other side of Johnson’s mill, fireworks. F. C. True was selected was railing a disturbance Saturday
tf between their regard for their hay road,
evening in front of Machon’i billiard
Dr. G. W. LESLIE
A.J. Sherwood is recover aud their gardens.
the time. During the past week three opposition.
transacting business at this place ing Mrs. rapidly
parlors, expressing a desire for a fistic
from the operation
cars have left the road at that point
with someone. Nightwatch-
Graduate of the American School Saturday
tion about poison oak by precept, and knocked several panels out of the ent incumbent, and Mrs. W. G. Bran man Jackson
of Osteopathy of Kirksville, Mo.
along and placed
Albert Hammock was down from about two weeks ago, according to rather than by practice, ask F\ C. fence in three different places.
don were nominated. The vote result him part way came
under arrest, but Rut
Office in Eldorado Block
Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Epperson have Brandon, and the former was declared ledge put up a scrap until Marshal Ep
Mr Sherwood who returned from True about it, as be has been ac a new
in their family in the elected.
person entered the arena and clapped
quiring, a practical knowledge of the person member
the leaders on him, when he expressed
Dr. R. H. HOPKINS
Dou’t lorget Myrtle Point Chau workings of ihe poison.
is nine years old and is a daughter of The usual routine business was trans a perfect willingness to go along. He
C h ir o p r a c t o r
tauqua July 13 th to 18 th. Season Bargains—1 incubator 5(1 egg Mrs. Effie Collins of Marshfield. The acted, and by a vote the directors were was locked up over Sunday and Monday
W. W Gage returned to Coquille tickets on sale at Coquille Banks capacitr ; 1 set heavy harness; 1 set mother is a widow with several child instructed to build a plHy shed for the morning he contributed $10 in cash to
Laird Building - Coquille, Ore.
children on the academy grounds, the city treasury, the balance of the
Tntusday alter spending several Mrs. B. L Albert, of Oakland, Painter fulls and books; 1 plow, 10 ren and the child will make her home small
this being much needed in the winter fine being suspended during good be
California, arrived here Thursday
E. D. SPERRY
or exchange for chickens or quaintances of the family.
Mrs. T. H. Mehl. and daughter for a visit with the family of her cheap
A ttornby and
C ounsellor at L aw
Katherine were up from Bandon brother, E- E Johnson. Mrs. Al Quick’s.
railroad bridge across the Umpqua, which ‘‘The Mikado” Comes Here
Hurt in Runaway
Office in Robinson Bnilding
visiting friends the middle of the bert will remain until the latter The consideration of runaway was set some time ago for July 1st and
moved forward to August 1st, has “The Mikado" which was presented J. H. Oerding was quite severely in
part of July.
teams in ending their mad career at then
again been officially set for August 17th three times in Marshfield to crowded jured Tuesday evening in a runaway
GEO. E. RICHARDS
Herald office is appreciated, but in a telegram sent by Chief Engineer houses and pronounced by press and accident. He was bringing in a load of
A ttorney at L aw
visitor from Fairview today, and made Spaulding’s sporting goods come to the
N otary P ublic
prefer that they bring in Hood to the committee arranging for public the best show either amateur or myrtle blocks for use in his factory
E. A. Folsom, agent, aud order at the item before
Office in Robinson Bldg.
the breeching broke on the hill by
we go to press in the celebration of the event on the Bay. professional that has been produced when
and longevity of the Herald.
will be given for the last and only the Tuttle house and the horse ran down
Don’t lorget Myrtle Point Chau there,
Miss Geneva Robinson returned Ernest Watkins, o f Bandon, stead of just after tbe paper is out. tauqua,
13 th to 18 th. Season time in the Coquille Valley at Masonic First street. Mr. Oerding jumped or
from Monmouth Thursday Miss spent Friday iu this city. Ernest is Don't forget Myrtle Point Chau tickets ou July
Hall, Coquille, on the evening of Thurs was thrown out just before reaching
W. C. CHASE
at Coquille Banks. day,
13 th to 18 th. Season
June 22nd, for the benefit of the the paved part of the street and struck
A ttorney at L aw
Dr. V. L. Hamilton has received a Coquille
tickets ou sale at Coquille Banks large
Public Library. This comic on the planking with great force. He
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg
Paul Wilson, Stanford’s star mile he purchased while ne was in Portland opera is the kind of show one would pay was cut about the face and head and
Go to Quick’s for your screen the University year book this year. runner,
arrived in Coquille unexpected week ago. Among the apparatus is a dollar and a half to see, in a city like the wagon ran over his anklea inflicting
doors and saw tiling, saws, gum He is spending his vacation with ly last evening,
and greatly surprised an arctherapeautic light for the treat Portland. Mr. Geo. T. Wilson, the pro injuries from which he will be some
ming, secoud band biiws , carpenter his parents at Bandon.
C. R. BARROW
carries costly scenery and cos time in recovering. The horse ran un
and Mre. V. R. Wil
tools, axes, brush hooks, tie back
of chronic akin diseases, an X-ray ducer,
A ttorney and C ounsellor at L aw
tumes; the chorus and principals num til he collided with the light pole at the
as they supposed him many miles ment
Try a package of Kumbles. Only 10 son,
Office Phone 335
away. Hs will enjoy a two months’ various other articles used in the treat ber over 30 voices and Ed Andrews, the Herald office, throwing the horse and
cents at Lyons & Jones.
Residence Phone 346
here before returning to Stan ment of numerous diseases. Dr. Ham comedian has played the part of “ Ko- breaking the Bhafts of the wagon.
A. N. Gould is now seen at the vacation
over 1200 times, being considered
wheel of a big Case car which he Earl Cameron, who drives a c. r ilton says he now has everything in the Ko"
the best interpreter of this character in Notice of Teachers’ Exami
J. J. STANLEY
purchased at Portland last week
the country. The opera is not only
RATES: One cent a word, each in
on the Myrtle Point line, broke in tor’s office that is manufactured.
sertion. No charge less than 15 cents' Iu the future Dr James Richmond axle just outside ot this city Satu-- Don’t forget Myrtle Point Chau highly entertaining, and humorous, but
will visit his patients in a Case car, day morning Another car bad lo tauqua, July 13 th to 18 th. Season it is educational in a musical and dram The semi-annual Teachers’ Ex
way. Parents should take their
FOR SALE—Two work horses, 7 as he has also purchased one.
tickets on sale at Coquille Banks. atic
children. It is very seldom that the aminations will be held in the High
Try a can of that Tuna Fish at crippled one was being repaired
A. J. SHERWOOD
Valley gets a show of this character school building at Coquille, com
S. Domenighioi, Lampa G -6 tf Lyons
CH U RCH O P CH R IST.
& Jones —only 15c per can.
A ttorney at L aw
to its doors, and no one should mencing Wednesday, June 281 b,
School 10 a. m.
cheese in thre« flavors—chi Sunday
First National Bank Building
GOOD MILK COWS for sale F. W. S and E. D Graham accom li, Bluehill
entertainment that will long and continuing Thursday 29 th,
pemento and cream; 10c per pack
B. Phillips, Coquille.
5 9 tf
public mind as a pleasant Friday 30 th, and Saturday, July 1 ,
panied by their wives and children, age. Lyons & Jones.
Morniug subject, "Some Things for memory. Seats are on sale at II. O. commencing at 9 o'clock a. m.
We May Pray.”
Raymond R Baker,
FOR SALE—Bees and Bee sup went to Bandon Friday in the Bea C J- Winsor, of North Bend, has which
Genera! admission 50c, sharp.
Evening, “ How God Speaks to Man. ” Anderson’s.
plies. Mace Bros., Myrtle Point. ver, bringing back with them a been in Coquille for the past week Christian
Endeavor " p. m.
A ttorney at L aw
5 16 lOtp large scow which Bad been built at with a large auto truck hauling
J ohn F. L eggett , Minister.
FOR SALE—native, yellow dent seed tbe Hermann shipyard for J. D. lumber to bis father’s ranch which
corn—high yield ears, 120 days to Grabam & Sons.
is located eleven miles up the Co
Learn How to Write
silo. J. N. Gearhart, Dora, Ore H M. Shaw, M D . eye, ear, quiile river. Mr. Winsor is the
5-l-10tp nose and throat specialist, will be at son of C. S. Winsor and is a stu Newspaper, Moving Picture and
Baxter Hotel, Coquille, on Wednes dent at the Oregon Agricultural Magazine Writing pays big returns.
WANTED—Hides, pav top price day
June 28 Glasses fitted. 2 t college The lumber will be util Writing is the most independent of
cash O. C. Motley, Sumner, Ore.
professions. Study it during
4 25 lOtp
Benham of Fairview brought ized in tbe construction of a barn all
Supplies are high SECOND HAND TY PEW BITER— in a load
spare time at home. We show
of vegetables Saturday. For expert piano tuning, call on your
to utilize your brains and
iH B B B H H N M H N II N N N H S N H H N N IH I N I H B W B f i
Machinery is high work.
Pittsburg Visible; (foes first-class He reports that the late frost a O Sumner.
your copy. This is one
the latest and most economical
C. G Leatberwood, who is em of courses
Overhead is high at Herald office.
tf damage to some crops. The frost ployed
ever offered. Ask for in
¡creek, lost tbe thumb from his left
But laundry prices haue re can furnish acceptable contract
U. 8. Press Association.
j hand while engaged in cutting a Bond Building. Washington, D. C.
mained the same.
and some cash, to travel lor tbe sPots
celebrated Rawb-igh Company. Call on Lyons & Joues when you | block for a choker, He was using
We have given the mat
a large axe, which glanced severing
Largest ¡me of household necessi warn it Nemo Corset.
ter of laundering years
ties direct from F.ctorj to Farm Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dungey and I ,be ,bumb close to the hand,
Spl ndid territory now avail,ble little daughter Jean relumed Fri Rev F. S. Shimian gave an il
PI0 .U-S. Pat. .
of careful study. We
in th s state Sure money maker day from a several weeks’ visit at
have kept persistently
for enterprising meo For furl Gold Hill, Jacksonville and other lustrated lecture at the union meet
at the task to produce
The mes» practical, healthful
rmentt ever invented ' for
work that was free from
Southern Oregon points, with rela- at the Presbyterian church Sunday
8 year* ___jge.
of age, Made in
harsh methods. We have HOMESTEADS BY THE UNITED
Lastly 4ed. No
i I in bands
to flop circulation. M
succeeded. Our wash
denim, and blue and white hickory
Ht.te. government in the Colville weather quite warm in the valley. |. in Persia and Armenia.”
itripea for all tbe year round. Also
ing process has recently
I’ghfer v ejgfi*. fa*» color materia! in
Iudian Reservation, Wash., open- Highest price paid for county Be “prepared" for tbe Fourth.
dark Mue, cadet blue, tan or dark red
been improved. Proper
for rummer wear, all appropriately
ed in July. Over 1,000,000 acres scrip and orders. The Title Co tf Complete line of firecrackers at
trimmed wi»h fart - color galatea.
washing is the founda
Made in Dutch neck with elbow
sleeve* and high neck and long
showing ro ad s, rivers, lakes, The road to Marshfield was clos- Folsom's
tion upon which is budd
75c the suit
ed the art of successful
merts and mineral lands De grading operations at Davis slougb, local M E Church South, who has
If your dealer cannot supply yoa.
We will rend them, charge» prepaid
scription of s ime and also how to where a fill is being made across been bolding meetings for the past
receipt of price, 75c each,
tion guaranteed or mon
locate stir hi.nostead in the re the marsh on tbe line of the exist- three weeks at Franklin, Oregon,
FREE “ JV
servation without tbe aid of a ing trestle work. The road will be is rxpected home Saturday and will
ey back. : : : : :
Beware of Imitations. Look for
JWade b y
d e T wo Hone« on the [ sbd.
land locator. Postpaid $1 Smith
Straus« & Co., San Francisco
A MeCrea, 555 Eagle Bldg , Spo closed about a week, and tbe auto again fill his pulpit at that church Leri Awtrdad
GRAND PRVE at thg P P.I.L
5-2-lOtp passengers are transferred afoot. as usual.
COQUILLE LAUNDRY DICE CO. kane, Wash.
Cameras and Speedex Film
Ford Car Now
I Will Make You Some
F. C. Pursley, Agent
MASON AND ECONOMY
Mason Caps and Rubbers,
li. O. Anderson
The Iron Claw
K OVE RALLS
en I to
F a u ly dipped on or off.
L icensed Feature
5 cents Usually 15 cents