Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, August 01, 1916, Image 3

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R. B. Murdock made a business John F. Hall was in Coquille on unimous for a normal at Pendleton and
it was upon their repeated requests
legal business yesterday
trip
lo the Bay Friday.
Save a Small Place in
that the present measure was initiated
Miss
Hazel
Price
left
yesterday
Reid
the
Waut
ads.
They
may
hy Fendleton people. While Weston
W E. Crain was up from his
Your Baggage for a
raorniug lor a visit with friends in had any chance whatever of reestab­
help you,
campon business Tluirsdtv-
lishing the school mere Pendleton re­
\\ ANTED—Uuiibi... B*i k. 1916 John Miller spent the week end Bandon.
frained from any effort to secure a
Highest price paid for county school
Peel. Geo. T. Moulton
tf un tbe Bay.
and the town always voted for
scrip and orders. Tbe Title Co. tf
H. M. Hammock of the Fishtrap Mr. and Mrs. Owen Kuowlton The editor of the Herald is in the Weston school out of neighborhood
loyalty. Weston is showing gross in­
reiurued today from San Francisco
was in town Thutsday.
Summer timeis CA M ERA conntry
gratitude
hy its present course.
Portland,
having
taken
advantage
Chas Stauff, of Marshfield, wh,‘re ,hey bave been visiling ,or of tbe K. P. excursion.
time of course. Everybody was Mrs.
some
weeks.
visiting friends in Coquille last
Committees Meet
Money <o loan in email amounts
really wants a camera—and week.
52.40 Repeating rifle, dandy deer
on improved city property. The
we have cameras at prices
Web Mast, cf L,ee, was in town gun Price $ 7 . See Lans Leneve Title Company.
tf
Word comes from P. E McKenna
adapted to Y O UR ability to on business lor a few hours Thurs Raymond E Baker returned Sat­ Mr and Mrs F E. Wilson, of who attended the meeting of the)
urday from the University of Ore­ Marshfield, registered at tbe Wick committees of the valley towns and ■
buy—small ones for the chil­ day morning
gon
where he has been attending ham hotel this morning.
the Railroad Jubilee committees at ]
For expert piano tuning, call cn
dren.
O Sumner.
tf summer school
Marshfield today that Coquille has I
Go
to
Quick’»
for
your
screen
Photo Supplies
FARMERS—G eo. T. Moulton doors and »aw filing, sews, gum­ been allotted 500 people tor Coquille ;
Mr and Mrs Ne!s Asmundson wauls
your hi le*. Better see him ming, second hand saw», carpenter valley day. Bandon is to have 600 . i
for ANY Camera
left Wednesday hy auto for Port­ about it.
He wants furs also. 8-3tf tools, axes, brush books, tie hack­ Myrtle Point 300 and Powers 300 j
Correct materials for taking, land where they will visit for some A baby hoy was horn to the wife ing
tool».
Mr. McKenna savs that they had a j
making and finishing GO O D time.
Cooper
Bros, show» are coming. splendid meeting.
of
W.
I,.
Massie,
of
Beaver
Hill
Miss
Virginia
Coke,
daughter
of
pictures. High Quality the Mr. and Mis J. S C ,ke, 01 Rrsh- on July 29 , Dr. V L Hamilton be There is always something about i He mentioned especially the en - 1
tented exhibition in the way of amuse
R IG H T goods to use with field, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. p\ E itty the attending physician
ment that is attractive and this show is terprise of the people ol Bandon, who I
Money to loan in small amounts well spoken of as being far above the are to bold a small exposition lor
ANY camera
McKenna
on in,proved city property. Th average in pleasing its patrons. No the visitors. This will be made up j
Miss Aliie Phillips left Thursday T it,e Com|(,iny
G- 6 tf other show has such perfectly trained of various products of Bandon’s
Bring Your Films
for a month’s visit at Eugene, Cot- j
back to us
wild animal* and they are well worth industries.
F. F' McKenna is in Marshfield seeing.
Two performances daily at
Developing and printing work of tage Grove, Tillamook, Portland today
acting
as
a
committee
from
Coquille
Wednesday,
August 2.
and
Dallas.
high order. Bring all films here.
the local commercial club to confer Bargains—1 incubator 50 egg Arnold Amusement Co. Here
Save your vacation films and let
Mr.
aud
Mrs.
Glen
Barker
and
a committee on the Railroad capacity ; 1 set heavy harness; 1 set E. J. Arnold, of the Arnold Amuse- I
us develop them.
children and Mrs. J. L Barker were J with
Will go to press August 1st.
PaiDter falls and hooks; 1 pl-iw, 10 ment Company, arrived in town yester- i
ut
ilee.
in from Fairview shopping and call­
inch;
5
sewiug
machines.
Will
sell
Suscrihers desiring changes in listings or advertising space
The Umpqua bridge is reported cheap or exchange for chickens or day and his men at once started erect- ! 9
are requested to make application immediately.
infc
at
the
end
of
Front
street
a
Ferris
FUHRMAN’S PHARMACY ing on friends Wednesday.
so
ar
near
completion
that
the
bag
anything useful I can handle.— At wheel and merry-go-round which he ; | I
A circus will be one of the attrac­
NOW is the time to have a telephone installed and be listed
had brought along. Mr. Arnold states U
tions at the Port Orford Agate Car­ ga^e and exptess cars are now tak Quick’s.
in the new directory.
en
over
on
tbe
false
work,
though
nival August 10 , 11 rad 12 .
L- L. Thomas and wife were that this is his vacation, and he comes
Advertisers will find the new telephone directory the biggest,
passe tigers are still transferred hy among those from Marshfield that down here to get away from the ex­ i iM
James
Uaitd
and
wife
who
have
best,
and most constant advertising medium in Coos, Curry
P rofessional Cards
cessive
heat
of
the
Willamette
valley.
attended the Ko-Keel Klub dance He says that he is to have a very large
and Western Douglas counties.
for some time past been at Shepard boat.
Friday night. Mr Thomas had part of his company at Marshfield dur­
Springs where Mr. Laird went for Geo T Moulton wilj pay highes
GEO. E. RICHARDS
market pric- for wool aud mohair been in the valley on business and ing
the Railroad Jubilee. While in the
bis
health,
arrived
home
Thursday.
3-14tf
A ttorney at L aw
county Mr. Arnold will make his head­
M oney to L oan
Highest price paid for county C. A How; rd returned Saturday Mis. Thomas joined him Friday quarters
here and at the Bay.
evening. They returned home
Office in Robinson Bldg.
scrip mid orders. The Title Co tf
Coquille . . . . . . . Oregon
from
Eugene,
where
he
has
been
Miss Edna Aspiund, of Marsh­ for some weeks attending the sum Saturday.
Pole Falls With Man
Remember
that
Battle
Rock,
one
field,
who
is
employed
in
the
Title
Dr. C. W. ENDICOTT
of the historical spots ot the Oregon While working with a crew of men
Guarantee and Abstract Co. office in mer school at the U of O
D
coast is one of the attractions at the on the line of the Coos and Curry Coun­
The
Moore
mill,
near
Baudon,
this
city,
spent
Sunday
at
her
home.
Office ove r First National Bank
Port Orford Agate Carnival. The ty Telephone company near Fishtrap
has resumed operations alter a pe­ Indian
Phone Main 431
fight that took place there yesterday morning John Mulverhill,
George Davis and family, A. F. riod
One side of your Pass Book will show all the __
you have
of idleness caused by the long­ in the early
received. The other side will show all you have money
days makes one of the who lives about a mile south of town,
paid out, and
Linegar and Gen Robinson and shoremen’s
the
cancelled
checks
are
your
receipts.
strike,
and
the
Con-
most interesting chapters in the re received a fractured knee cap and a
324, Office
514, Res. their wives left Thursday lor e
This
logue camps at Lrmpa were to com­ cord
fractured wrist besides minor bruises
count fine
here. arrangement is yours if you will open your check
week’s
outing
in
Cutry
county,
on
G. EARL LOW. M. D.
when
the
pole
upon
which
he
was
mence
putting
in
logs
again
yestea
Clyde
Lavine
and
Earl
Isensee,
Your account will be given careful and considerate attention.
Sixes river.
P hysician and surgeon
working broke off and fell to the
day.
wo ol the boy scouts who went ground.
The
injured
man
was
brought
The
Warren
Construction
Co.
is
Office over Farmers & Merchants
who wanl a pleasant out­ into Brewster valley for an outing to town and taken to the office of Dr.
Bank
preparing to move its prving plant ing Those
can not have a better one than a week ago, returned home Satur­ V.
CAPITAL and SURPLUS $60,000.00
L. Hamilton where the wounds were
from Coos Bay, and this will be a by attending the Agate Carnival at day night. The remainder ot the dressed.
A. J. SHERWOOD, President
L. H. HAZARD. Cashier
Afterwards
he
was
taken
to
R. E. SHINE, Vice President
O. C. SANFORD, Asst. Cashier
reliel to those to whom the mention Port Orlord, Aug. to, 11 and 12 expedition returned from their hike his home. Dr. Hamilton says that the
Dr. G. W. LESLIE
ut bitulithic pavement causes a pain. W C Rose has displayed his civ­ oday. They report an enjoyable knee cap was fractured in several
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
places.
Graduate of the American School
Mr. and Mrs. F. E McKenna and ic pride by having the front ol his outing without serious trouble
of Osteopathy of Kirksville, Mo. their guest, Miss Virginia Coke, store
decorated with a coat of paint,
t f
Lots of Lion Hides
Office in Eldorado Block
Never Saw a “Freezer”
Mr. and Mrs. W. H Lyons and giving it a fresh appearance for the
Marshfield
Oregon daughter
{
Helen, formed a party to crowds of visitors expected this
Bob Jones brought the gaso­
The first exclusive freight to come in line Oapt.
go to Brewster valley Saturday inonh
Tramp into port last night
over the new railroad arrived in Marsh­ with schooner
Dr. R. H. HOPKINS
night (or a Sunday outing.
one of the biggest cargoes she has
field
without
warning
Friday.
The
I
•-hall
he
at
Baxter
Hotel,
Co­
had in a long time. In the cargo were
C h ir o p r a c t o r
quille on F'riday, August 4 H. train was drawn by a 100 -ton oil burn­ five tons of sea lion hides which are be­ I
l.aird Building - Coquille, Ore.
M Snaw, M. D., eye, ear, nose and ing locomotive and consisted of some ing shipped to San Francisco by George
Hats, box, one refrigerator, two chair Forty. The sea liona were monsters,
throat specialist Glasses fitted.
cars and a --»boose.
KATES: One cent a word, each in­
7 - 25 - 2 t
of the hides weighing over one
sertion. No charge less than 15 cents' The Misses Louise Clausen and It is reported that when the train ar­ some
hundred
pounds each. The price is said
at the depot a trainman there to be better
year, about seven
W ANTED--Two ton good grain Pearl Craine, of Bandon, were rived
has been in the employ of the com­ cents per pound this being
paid. This is
and vetch hay, delivered In­ guests ot Miss Leta Mast for the who
pany
for
years,
looked
hia
first
time
quire, staling price, at Herald week end. They arrived Friday upon a refrigerator car. So great was only part of the number killed on the
Port Orford reef this season.- Coos
office
8 -i- 2 tp
and attended the open air dance his amazement at this new specie that Bay Timss.
FOR SALE—Registered Holstein given by the Ko-Keel Klub that he must examine the “freezer” inside
and out before he was satisfied.
cattle, stock hogs, and horses for night.
First Excursion Train
sale or trade tor dairy or beef
Takes 194 Persons
Painful Accident
stock. Address David McKen­ P. B Gavitt, the Kant Leak
Rain Coat man, will be in Coquille
But laundry prices have re­ zie, Port Orford, Ore 8 t-iotp
the week ol the Moose Carnival, Mrs O. A. Webster had a very Forty-six person* boarded the Knights
mained the same.
LOST—Pair of spectacles, near and
glad to take your painful accident this motuing while of Phythias train here yesterday morn­
P'armers and Merchants bank. order he for will a be reliable
at a wotking in her husband’s cleaning ing and by the time the train left
We have given the mat­
Finder pie se leave at Herald price lower than you raincoat
ever
saw
be­ establishment She was using the North Bend the number had reached
ter of laundering years
S e v e ra l L o t s o f L u m b e r a t
office.
7 25 -ltp
194. The train was composed of one
fore.
7-25 2 t
machine and in some way baggage
of careful study. We FARMERS—A want ad in this Jim Thrift, who is learning the sewing
car,
two
day
coaches
and
two
got the thumb ot her left hand un­
have kept persistently
cars.
column is one of the cheapest and saw filing game in the Smith mill der the needle and it passed direct­ chair
In securing the special train the
at the task to produce
easiest ways possible for you to on th - Bay, got his hand tangled ly through the bone, and breaking Knights
guaranteed 100 passengers and
work that was free from
-ell or to buy anything you want up in a saw last week with the re­ off it passed through a second time the 194 were
twice this number
If you have a horse, cow, wagon
She was taken to the office of although some nearly
harsh methods. We have
thought
there would he
or anything else for sale, adver­ sult that he took a few days’ layoff Dr. V L. Hamilton where an effort even more.
succeeded. Our wash­
re-i
was
made
to
extract
the
pieces
ol
tise
it
here.
II
you
wish
to
buy
The
cut
was
not
serious
and
he
ing process has recently
needle. After about half an
advertise for what you want
turned to his work the first of the the
been improved. Proper
Booze for Six Months
hour’s
work this was finally accom-
NEWSPAPERS- -Cheap at the week.
washing is the founda­ OLD
plisned.
------ -»«•»*
Mcuey to loan in smidl amounts
Returns filed with County Clerk Wat­
tion upon which is build- H«>*ld office
on
111
.
proved
city
property.
The
son indicate that for the first six
Weston
Opposition
ed the art of successful PIGS for Sale. F. B Phillips. Title Company.
tf
months under what is sometimes face­
7 - 11 -tf
Laundering. Satisfac­
called “prohibition” the receipts
Pendleton,
Ore.,
July
28.—In
oppos­
Hon.
Binger
Hermann
is
visiting
tion guaranteed or mon­ LOST—Elgin watch, stven jewels, this county and greeting old friends ing a normal school at Pendleton cer­ of tiously
shipments of booze by Coos county
ey back. : : : : :
at Myrtle Point races. P'inder He is reported as holding his own tain people at Weston are showing a folks have run as follows, each month’s
leave at Baxter hotel Jas Rob
“ Dog-in-the-Manger” tendency, as­ figures giving the numbex of affidavits
with Father Time in good shape serts a statement issued today by the filed and the number of quarts recsived: A tidy and well kept shop recommends the firm as
7 18 2 t
COQUILLE LAUNDRY Hitt CO. ertsjn
Beer
Whiskey
retaining bis remarkable mem­ Pendleton committee of which J. N.
GOLDEN ITALIAN B E E S-A nd and
Qta. personal neatness does the individual.
No.
Qta.
No
Burgess
is
chairman.
The
statement
ory of names and faces which used
Queens,
untested
$
1 , tested $1 50
3
72
Jan
20
11
says:
The Celebrated
Purity mating guaranteed. F. to be such an asset in his days ol “Weston has twice failed to induce Feb.
118 233 32 768
M. Alley, 697 N. Cottage, Salem, political activity.
the people to re-establish the normal March
235 455 90 2194
Oregon
7 -i 8 -iotp
there and there is no future hope of April_____ 486 975 117 2542
Don’t overlook the Port Orlord restoring
that school because it lacks May
.... 456 894 154 3-560
Ai/ate Carnival on August to, 11
FOR SALE—Bees and lie- sup aud
668 1.323 177 4132
the
facilities
for
accommodatihg
the
June
12 ,
p
ies.
Mace
Bros.,
Mirile
Point
Awarded Gold Medal
school.
1974 3900 573 13,268
Total
The Marshfield authorities are “The average daily attendance of
5 16 10rp
P. P. 1. E. San Francisco, 1915
Alcohol give out no fumes, waste products or appreciable
Wine
pupils
in
the
Weston
grade
school
last
having
trouble
in
trying
to
stop
the
S E C OND H A N D TYP EW HI TE R - practice of jumping on and off mov­ year was but 125, according to the dis­
No. Qta. No. Qta. heat. The innate cleanliness of motor drive makes
Pittsburg Visible; does first-class
0
... 5 9 0
trict's official records. Such a number Jan.............
The strongest and nearest water proof work. For sale cheap. Inquire ing trains on Fron‘ street, but the of
6
8 14 plant inspection the owner’s pride, conserves the
Feb_______ .... 3
pupils
is
hopelessly
inadequate
to
Shoes made for Loggers, Cruisers, at Herald office.
tf younger generation will probably provide practice teaching needs for a March
.... 4
9 29 73 material manufactured and serves as a general stim­
Miners, Sportsmen and Workers.
33 39 92 ulus to the good spirits, loyalty, accuracy, and health
contiuue lo pull off the foolish stunt standard normal school. The United April *......... ... 16
16 30 52 115
May
uutil some one has to be gathered States bureau of education requires a June
Men’s Comfort Dress Shoe*
8 22 32 68 of the workers.
standard normal school to give all se­
up in a basket.
52 109 159 362 Isn’t this worthy of consideration?
niors a half day's teaching practice Total
The Port Orford agate beach is for
Strong Shoe* for Boys
rum, Kin, etc.
Branny,
many
weeks
The
grade
pupils
the most noted on the coast. Vis-t available at Weston are so few in num­
No. Qta.
Regular as the Clock
Manufactured by
it at tbe time of the Agate Carnival, ber they could not provide practice Jan.
3 21
Write or phone
August to, 11 and 12 .
20
11
teaching
for
more
than
one-fifth
the
Feb.
Theodore Bergmann
11 22
Tbe visit of Governor Withy- number of graduates from the Mon­ March
Shoe Manufacturing Co.
20 41
mouth Normal this year. A normal
combe and ihe memlrers of the Fish school
13 25
at Weston would have to be ex­ May
621 Thurman St
Portland, O -efon
First-class fare or...............$10.00 and Game commission to Gold tremely limited in attendance or the June
12 26
Beach next month indicates a de­ students would have to be denied the Total
Phone 71
Coquille, Ore.
70
155
|Ask for the Bergmann Waterproof Up freight, per ton............ 3.00 site
to get at the real facts ol the best part of a normal course - practice
shoe Oil.
That carelessness on the part of
fishing situation which periodically teaching under critics.
E. & E. T- Kruse
“To establish a school there in view drivers and pedestrians is primarily re­
brings
the
people
of
that
vicinity
to
24 California Street, 5ar» Francisco
Trouble Saver.
of modern normal requirements would sponsible for the alarming Increase in
the verge ol civil war
to $15.98, delivered to you
Te was always trying to save h'm-
be a crime. It would be unfair to stu­ fatalities at railroad crossings, is the
free. Made to your measure, with e. written guarantee with
Tin- road to Port Orfi rd i« in ex dents and poor business for the state. gist of an address by Alex Gordon of address
trouble.”
each
and
every
coat,
for
Men,
Women
and
Children.
Cap, Bonnet
For
Reservations
And did he succeed?"
celleot shape for the ¡fYrto trave There is not a teacher or educationa the California State Railroad Commis­ and Book Cover for the kiddies. If interest- 1} I i / Free
’
A
fes He has saved up a whole lot
whirl will pa«s over it at the tim authority of any sort in Oregon or the sion, made recently before the conven­ ed drop me a postal for further particulars. 1 .I'S.V I E \ \ V M 1 T 1 T I
J. E. NORTON
re than be can take care of."—
ol ’lie A, a'e Carnival, Atigu-t 10 United States that would advise such a tion of the boards of Supervisors of
Coos County Agent, Marshfield, Oregon
A|tnl, Coquille, Oregon
sbington Star.
iia n d t 2
c iurte. The teaching element 1* un- California.
MERELY MENTIONED
Camera
No. 2 C
Brownie
$ 11 00
Autographic Fixture
New Size 3 7-8 x 4 7-8
Knowlton’s Drug Store
I ^New
Telephone Directory"^
a Coos and Curry Telephone Co.
INCOME and OUTLAY
en tist
FIR ST NATIONAL B A N K
I Dry Shiplap,
WANT COLUMN
'‘Going Up”
Supplies are high
Machinery is high
Overhead is high
%
Finish, Flooring
and Rustic
W ISCONSIN
SILOS
Special Prices
B. E. JOHNSON
%
è
‘Order is Nature s First Law’
Electric Motors
Bergmann Shoe
Str. Elizabeth
San Francisco
and Bandon
OREGON POWER CO.
KOMER KANT LEAK