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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1916)
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) Manager F E McKenna re improved
we,e at home for lbe week-end.
turned this afternoon from a busi
Lark Mast is still ihe same old
Miss Wilma Leti sustained some
RATES: One cent a word, each in ness trip to Marshfield.
"L ark ” though he was nursing a minor bruises Tuesday morning
sertion. No charge lesB than 15 cents'
G o to Q uick’s for your screen bad cold. His jovial good nature when her horse 1.11 awav
FOR S A L E — Registered Holsteiu doors aud saw filing, saws, gum caunut be dimmed by such trifles, shall came loose, which fiigliteued
cattle, stock bogs, and horses for ming, second bund snws, carpenter or by the weight of years. Mrs. j the horse and caused it to run. The
sale or irade tor dairy or beef tools, axes, brush books, tie hack Fred Mast has moved near Ihe buggy caught on the bridge at Cul
slock. Address David McKeu- ing tools.
school house for the winter so as to ver’s mill and Miss Wilma was
zle, Port Orford, Ore. 8 i lotp
Judge Coke granted the circuit
give the children the full benefit of thrown out. One of the Culver
GOLDEN IT A L IA N BEES— And court a recess yesterday owing to the school. Miss Hairy, of Brew boys went to her rescue and as
Queens, untested $i, tested $i 50 the general demand from jurymen ster Valley, is teaching and seems sisted her to the house.
Purity mating guaranteed.
F. and lawyers for an opportunity to to tie meeting with the approval of
Miss Dorothy Hooton was ill
M. Alley, 697 N. Cottage, Salem, attend the circus.
la grippe Friday and Satur
Highest price paid for county very successful teacher
day, but is able to attend school
■crip and orders. The Title Co tf
We tailed to meet our friend L. this week
M orey to loan in small amounts
on in proved city properly
The 1 A Lawborn on this trip as be was
Miss Lila Smith and Miss Htrlda
These lights are guaranteed to burn 700 Hours. Replacement
absent trom home, but his son R. Warner spent the week-end with
Title Comp nv.
Mrs. L. Mce Avery was visiting
made on basis of number of hours burned
Miss Smith’s sister, Mrs. Minard.
Sheriff Johnson and deputies
tti Coquille Saturday.
Laird aud Slagle were in Marsh they were going out for a visit.
C. H. Nosier plans to move his
Rev. F. G. Jennings relumed
At Lee Mast’s we met with a family to Myrtle Point Thursday.
field yesterday to assist the local
from the Bay this morning
authorities there iu handling the welcome and visited for a couple of Mr, Nosler’s school at Stringtown
Miss Mary Cheney, of Bindoo circus crowd.
hours. He is working with the will begin Oct. 2
came up Friday to accept a poMtion
Heller threshing outfit as measurer
District Attorney Liljeqvisl came
J G. Houser came home from
in the Club cafe.
but chanced to be taking a day’s
over Ibis morning to take up the
Weekly’s road camp last week.
Money to loan in small amounts prosecution of the case arainst J. vacation.
Miss Pearl Ford was quite sick
on improved city prop rty.
At most of the homes along the
M. Young, of Bandon, charged
last week, but is able to attend
( 5 -Utf
way we found things going on in school now.
with the muider of a Greek there
Mr. and Mrs Paul Sterling mov
the old time fashion— everybody
Mrs. F C. Rookard has recover
ed into their new bungalow on
busy and everybody happy.
ed from her recent illness.
Bargains— 1 incubator 50 egg
P'irst street Saturday.
Then we meandered on to where
capacity; 1 set heavy harness; 1 set
Mobley Weltch has returned to
Ladies’ and children’s rubbers, Painter falls and hooks; 1 plow, 10 the road turns down to Lee. As his work at Powers,
rubber boots, rain coats and capes. inch; 5 sewing machines. Will sell we traveled on down this way we
The Ladies’ Bazaar.
cheap or 1 xebange for chickens or noticed that much road work has
East Fork Items
(Complete House Furnisher)
Frank Leslie left this morning anything useful I can handle.—At been done and where formerly was
for Myrtle Point, where he will
a narrow winding road there now
Mrs Mary Laird left Thursday for
John Cannon and E H. Lamb, is a broad road on easy grade aud Whirtier, Calif., to visit her parents
take orders from the merchants.
F. E- McKenna, manager ol the of Malheur county, are looking with graceful curves. Nowhere in Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hall. Mr. Hall
local Oregon Power Co., was in over this section aud taking a whiff the county has more or belter is a “ bailer,” which is a man who
ol the ocean breezes as a relief from work been done, except, perhaps is a success at digging up orange
Marshfield on business Friday
the summer climate of Eastern Ore on the Marshfield road
Part of trees for shipment, with a ball of
J. W Mast, of Bandon. passed
One side o f your Pass Book will show all the money you have
received. The other side will show all you have
and earth of sufficient size so that the
re paid out, and
through towu Sunday on his way
the cancelled checks are your receipts.
Rev. T. H. Downs left this morn part ot it planked so that there is roots have not been disturbed, and
to the North Fork country.
This fine arrangement is yours if you will open your check ac
ing for Lebanon, where he will at only a short piece that is not now the earth is transplanted with the
Money to loan in stmill »mounts
Your account will be given careful and considerate attention.
The new trees.
on improved city property. The tend the conference of the M. E fit for winter travel
Church. Rev. Edgar S Mace, of grade will doubtless get pretty soli
A man by the name of Miller
and family, who have been living
Henry Huggins, who is here Myrtle Point, also went out this this winter.
CAPITAL and SURPLUS $60,000.00
At Dee Myers’ we found the for the past two years near Co
compiling records iti the Kinney morning.
A. J. SHERWOOD, President
L. H. HAZARD, Cashier
The Powers band gave a minstrel threshing crew busy shelling out quille, went out Friday over the
R. E. SHINE, Vice President
O. C. SANFORD, Asst. Cashier
tax case, was a Marshfield v H ’ or
show at the Scenic last Tuesday the golden sheaves The yield of Coos Bay road with their prairie
Reports come from the Bay that night, and put up a very enter tain- oats war about 80 bushels per acre schooner loaded to the guards,
the crowd there yesterday was the ing show. Counter attractions made which is a bumper crop, yet but bound for Nampa, Idaho.
Frank Howe and Lloyd Leather-
largest ever seen in this part of the the audtence a small one, but those few raise grain as the land is too
who were there greatly enjoyed the valuable for other purposes. An man who started for Canada to visit
other thiug we uoticed at the Myers Everett Howe, had to turn back
Yesterday was circus day on the
farm and some others was a splen trom Portland on account of Frank
bay and the population of the val
did crop of pears and other fruit being sick
ley towns temporarily shrunk to
the Scenic Thursday, giving an ex going to waste because there was
Wby don’t the Herald man tell
ceedinglv good rendition of the no market for it. It is a shame what he thinks of the evidence in
Miss Haniet Sweet spent Satur
play. They may appear here again that this luscious fruit should go to the McLeod-Cameron case?
day and Sunday with her parents
this week, and if so they will un waste as there is always a big de
Ira Howe, of Marshfield, and an
in tb's city returning Monday to
doubtedly draw a good attendance mand in the world markets, but it
man from Portland, have
her school at Merchants.
requires a cannery
for life insurance sub
We make no special mention of
well remembers when tons of the
those attending the circus at Marsh
same fine fruit rotted in Washing- jects on the East Fork.
Governor Withycombe’s inau
field yesterday; what’s the use,
; ton because it could not be cared
Th Hrald’s Special Coos County
everydody was there.
! for, but the time came when the gural address and the management
canneries gladly paid good prices of the state prison tally to a tee.
H M Shaw M. 1 *. Eye, Ear,
Nose, and Throat Specialist. Bax
for all available supplies and pears The Oregonian and other Republi
ter Hotel, Coquille, Friday, Sep.
that were worthless suddenly leap can papers would have rent the air
29th Glasses Fitted.
to $20 and $25 per ton.
The with yells if a warden had been
(By a Rambler.)
Bert Seal r.nd J. H James sent
building of dryers and canneries killed and the general rottenness
out a case of late strawberries to go
On Tuesday last the Rambler here will save thousands of dollars had developed under Governor
into the Coos county exhibit at the
passed through Fairview on his that are annually going to waste. West, as shown up at the Board
Slate Fair which opened yesterday.
meeting in Salem a few days since.
way to McKinley It was a beau
Withycombe is a stand patter
Roadmaster R. B. Murdock, ol tiful day full of soft autumn sun
for political rewards to his friends
Coquille, came over last evening to shine but a gloom lay over the
Miss Laura Knight, of Myrtle
inspect highway work in this vic quiet scene that marred all its Point, visited her sister, Mrs. D. R. aud an “ educator.”
R. A. EASTON
inity and to see the elephant.— beauty. A life had been suddenly Cribbins and others here last week.
Mrs. H. H. Brownson has gone
Planks are being hauled to the occurred in which Alva Neely lost (o the State Fair at Salem. She
road over Shuck mouutain on the his life. We had not the pleasure will visit relatives while there.
Several more pupils were en
North Fork, which will be planked of a personal acquaintance, but
Mrs. Auita Clemans and son Orlo rolled in the primary room last % -
before the heavy rains set in. This from the lips of many we heard made a trip to Myrtle Point Satur week, making now about sixty pu
road is used a great deal by the words of admiration and praise for day.
the young man whose earthly ca
tarmers of the Lee district.
Milton Williams, who has lived
A little boy was born to Mr. and
Highest price paid for county reer was so suddenly and so terribly with his daughter, Mrs. M. E Mrs. W. R. Smith lately, but was
scrip and orders. The Title Co. t ended He had been raised in this Weltch, for several years, started to
buried last Friday.
community, and never have we
Miss Inez Johnson returned to
Lebanon Wednesday where he will was very sick but is now convales
witnessed a deeper grief on the
A tidy and well kept shop recommends the firm as
her home in Marshfield Wedues
reside with his son, G E Williams. cent.
part of neighbors and friends. It
personal neatness does the individual.
day, after a brief visit with the
Miss Irene E. Weekly went to
Mrs. McGourty and I mily left
was as if a member of their own
Misses Edna Asplnnd and Elvera
family bad been stricken.
Again Catching Inlet last week, where she Sunday morning for Portland, Ore.,
we are reminded that "In the midst and Miss Florence Jennings will where they will join Mr. McGourty
It might be well for the man who
of life is death.”
We know not teach this winter, beginning Sept. and make their future home.
says that advertising does not pay j
what a day or an hour may bring 26.
Miss Ora Jameson, who is re
to digest the following: J. E. Nor
R. J. Montgomery and O. E Hill viewing in the principal's room to
forth, but there is no nobler heri
ton states that, since he has com-1
tage we may leave behind us than each took a truck load of corn and take the examination, taught the
give out no fumes, waste products or appreciable
meneed advertising flour in the lo-!
tlie example of a life well lived; a other products from this vicinity to primary room last Monday.
heat. The innate cleanliness of motor drive makes
cal papers, his stock of flour has
life warmed by love and obedient to Coquille Wednesday, to go to the made good
Miss Pbilpot was un
been moving rapidly; people com j
plant inspection the owner’s pride, conserves the
State Fair. C. H. Nosier assisted able to be present in the forenoon
ing from as far as Camas Valley to
material manufactured and serves as a general stim
At McKinley we visited at the in getting the exuibit together.
because ol the illness ol ber father.
ulus to the good spirits, loyalty, accuracy, and health
home of Mrs. Wilcox and sons.
There are about 60 pupils en
There was a lecture last Thurs
R. H. Mast, accompanied by Mrs Here we met for the first time Su rolled in the B:idge school this
day evening at the Riverton Hall
of the workers.
Mast and Miss Lillian Humbert,! pervisor Golden of t h e public year.
on the Sunday law to be voted on
Isn’t this worthy of consideration?
motored to Mr Mast’s ranch on the schools.
He was making t h e
Ray Endicott killed a wild cat November 7.
North fork Sunday. Mr, Mast has rounds ol the schools in that sec
Last Friday, after recess, the two
lumber on the ground at bis ranch tion
Mr. Golden is an enthusiast
Write or phone
rooms of the school took np indus
for the erection of a large modern in ihc matter ol education.
here Sunday morning. He was ac- trial work— the girls sewing and
dairy barn, which will house forty
i ! . 0.,. u ! " - rl! companied by his wife, their daugh the boys manual training
and striving to make the schools a
ter, Mrs. Noah Bonervvitz, her hus-
J G Lee has lately made im-
Prof. E. G Masters will deliver practical institution
band and baby son, and “ Grand- provements on his properly occu-
an illustrated lecture at the Or- would have them ot high ideals
pied by the principal, S. C. Sber-
pheum theatre in Bandon next Sat aud ot maximum efficiency.
C S Murphy, the Bridge post- rill, and family, for which they are
urday a n d Sunday, on sexual
The shrill whistle of the “ don-i
suffered a painful injury a very grateful.
science, its uses, abuses and conse key” is no longer beard at' McKin
ago. He fell from a wag-J Quite a number of the people
The lecture Saturday ley lor this has given place to the
will be for women only and the one plow and the mower Walter Law on, and one wheel passed over his from Riverton, including some of
leg, bruising it very badly.
He is the pupils of the school, attended
Sunday for men.
horn who formerly conducted a
confined to his bed at present,
the Sells-Floto circus at Marshfield
Under New Management
O L. Smallwood, who recently t camp nere is at work improving
N e P lus U l t r a .
moved onto a ranch about four
Having leased thi3 well-equipped hotel, I propose
miles up the river from here, was horn rrmaiked that in the years of enforced vacation while recovering
conduct it in such a manner as to merit pat
in town on business Thursday. Mr. her m.tried life she bad not had a itom an inj urV ,0 his ri* h' side- re'
h a i r r N a u A m
A tot lo t prep arali od o t meri«. *
Smallwood came originally from permanent home and that they had « ived wh',e rollinK loKs Frid»y
ronage and give satisfaction to the traveling
Help* to erad icate dandrnff. g
For R e.to n n « C olo r a * d !
Mrs. Mary Machado and her
Colorado, and alter spending some been 1 joking forward to the time
P e a u ty to G r a y or Feded H airJ
time in the Rogue River Valley when they could go back 10 the daughter, Miss Lillian Morris re-
L O R N 8 Homo***Con*,Gal
They have moved to Powers last week
looking for a location, be came farm and settle down.
l l p a m . muore* c o m fo r t lo M m
I o n * * , e to .. «too* li a
C H A R LE S B A X T E R , Proprietor
fo o t, m * k M w a lk in g
a splendid larm and have it well
Misses Della and Audrey Bryant
Twice the Light with the
Same Juice Consumption
60 watt 65 cents
A new size Kodak that
just fits the coat pocket—
yet makes the most pleas
ing landscape or single
Equipped with all new
features y e t moderately
KNOWLTON’S DRUG STORE
(We Teach Kodakery)
Professional C ards
GEO. E. RICHARDS
A t t o r n e y a t L aw
M o n ey to L oan
Office in Robinson Bldg.
Coquille - - - - - - - Oregon
Dr. 0. W. ENDICOTT
Office over First National Bank
Phone Main 431
G. EARL LOW. M. D.
P h ysicia n
and su rgeon
Office over Farmers & Merchants
Dr. G. W. LESLIE
ph ysic ia n
Graduate of the American School
o f Osteopathy of Kirksville, Mo.
Office in Eldorado Block
Dr. R. H. HOPKINS
C h ir o p r a c t o r
Laird Building - Coquille, Ore.
Supplies are high
Machinery is high
Overhead is high
But laundry prices haue re
mained the same.
We have given the mat
ter of laundering years
of careful study.
have kept persistently
at the task to produce
work that was free from
harsh methods. We have
ing process has recently
been improved. Proper
washing is the founda
tion upon which is build-
ed the art of successful
tion guaranteed or mon
: : : : :
COQUILLE LAUNDRY RICE CO.
Regular as the Clock
a n d Bandon
First-class fare or....
Op freight, per ton
H. O. Anderson
INCOME and OUTLAY
L e t us D e m o n
strate its Possibil
ORDINARY M AZDAS
E. & E. T . Kruse
24 California Street, San Franciteo
J. E. NORTON
Agent, Coquille, Oregon
FIR ST NATIONAL B A N K
Coos C ounty
Several Lots of Lumber at
‘Order is Nature's First Law’
OREGON P O W E R CO.