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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1916)
A New Kodak
T h e city library will be closed on
T h a n k -g iv in g d-iv.
R. B. Murdock, county roadmas-
ter, was at Marshfield on business
Stoves ! Stoves ! Stoves ! ol all
kinds, wood and c o i l , i h e largest
vatieiy in town
Tools of all kind»
and then some
Send me jo u r
».iws and umbrellas to gei fixed Ai
J E . Q u i c k ’ » Second Hand Store,
First and H enry s ts.
Ph ene 401 local yards, which is estimated to
G ive Him a Chance
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben Curry left last occupy about three months time,
The Record has heard considerable
week (or Couueil
Bluffs, I<iwa, with a torce of anywhere from 12
complaint about the manner in which
where they expect to visit ftiends to 24 men.— Record.
Miss Htrriett Sweet is at home, the county roadmaster’s office is being
and relatives for about three weeks.
conducted and the large amount it is
T h e Cooioniatts have completed having finished her term of school costing to run the same.
believes the roadmast^r should be given
arrangements lor a T h a n k sg ivin g
T en Robinson bad the attention a chance. Let him see what he can do
dance which will be held at the
until a good start is gotten.
Heazlet Hall T h a n k s g iv in g night, ol Dr. Richmond this mottling,
money to accomplish correct road con
ha vin g btokeu one finger and cut
struction. Fo far, it is true, nothing
has been shown for the sums paid out,
Mr. and Mrs. S E
Henderson four others at one lei 1 swoop.
Natest Portrait of Mrs.
Anthony J. Drexel
For several years Mrs. Anthony J.
prexel, w ife o f Colonel Drexel of New
ïork, Philadelphia und London, has
oeen a member o f the most exclusive
jireles o f London society and a friend
■>f the kin*; und queen. She wag for-
In order that we might meet all your needs for fruits
and vegetables for Thanksgiving dinner we have or
dered and just received a complete line including
No Alum— No Phosphate
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
L e t us D e m o n
strate its Possibil
W h y pay rent when $15 16 per
left Friday morning for Eugene,
where they will visit with Mrs. month will buy a modern bunga
low? B. Folsom.
Campbell of the University of O re
noon for Powers, where he will
gon and Mrs. Campbell.
take the place of P. O L und iu the
Walter Sinclair and A . S H a m
H eury Lorenz store there while the
mond, acting as aitorneys for A r
latter takes a short vacation.
thur Coach, have filed a petition
T w o marriage licenses were is
asking that the guardianship of
by the county clerk this week
Coach be giv en to R. H . Rosa, of
were to H u gh Haskins and
Bandon. Mrs. Leo J. C ary is his
Martha E- C la y b au gh and to Wm
guardian at present
Alfred Church and Zoe E. Dolan.
“ Jim ” Collier, who served sev
D r Richmond was called to R iv
eral months with the Southern P a
last evenin g to attend a lady
cific on bridge work in the W illa
mette valley, has returned to this whose name he did not learn, who
division and has been placed in had just arrived from Portland ott
charge of work to be done in the a visit and was suffer iug from pto
KNOWLTON’S DRUG STORE WANT COLUMN
(We Teach Kodakery)
R A T E S: One cen t a w ord, each in
se rtio n . No c h arg e less th an 15 cents*
Horses, Mares, Mules
GEO. E. RIC H ARD S
A t t o r n e y a t L aw
M o n e y to L oan
Offire in Robinson Bldg.
Coquille - - - - - - - Oregon
Dr. C. W. ENDICOTT
e n t is t
Office over First, National Hank
Phone Main 431
G. EARL LOW, M. D.
P h ysicia n
and su rgeon
Office over Farmers & Merchants
Dr. G. W. LESLIE
o s t e o p a t h ic p h y s ic ia n
Graduate of the American School
of Osteopathy of Kirksville, Mo.
Office in Eldorado Block
Dr. R. H. HOPKINS
C h ir o p r a c t o r
Laird Building - Coquille, Ore.
Regular as the Clock
a n d Bandon
First-class fare or...............$ 10.00
Up freight, per ton............. 3.00
E. & E. T . K r u s e
2 4 C aliforn ia S tre e t, San F ra n cisco
F or R eserv ation »
J. E. NO RTO N
A g e n t, C o q u ille, O regon
Horses 1000 to 1500 pounds each, 14-3
to 16 hands high. Ages 4 J to 8 years old.
Will also buy a few horses 16 to 16-1
hands, weighing 1550 to 1700 pounds.
Any solid color or dar1' grey in the
Mules 14-3 to 15 - 2 . Ahy color except
All stock must be fat and sound.
Will be at Gold Beach Wednesday,
Dec. 6th 1916 ; at Port Orford Thursday
p. m. Dec. 7 th, 1916 ; at Langlois Fri
day, p. m. Dec. 8th, 1916 ; at Bandon
Saturday Dec 9 th, 1916 ; at Marshfield
Monday Dec. 11 th, 1916 ; at Coquille
City Tuesday Dec. 12 th, 1916 ; at Myr
tle Point Wednesday, Dec. 13 th, 1916 .
Read carefully and bring only the
kind described and I will try to buy
every one you bring.
EARL L. McNUTT
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F O R , R E N T — 5-room modern house
just outside of city lim is, bath
room.flioilet, spting water and
eleeltic lights. $S a month Mrs
A . W. Johnson.
S E C O N D H A N D fuinitute wanted.
We buy and sell all kinds of sec
ond hand goods— stoves, tools,
harness; highest prices paid. Call
at O. C. Jensen’s Second Hand
Store ot phone 793, Coquille, Or.
1 1-21 tf
F O R S A L E — Wood for sale, call
if yo u
w a n t to se ll yo u r
F A R M — Write for our co-opera
tive 110-commission plan to bring
buyer and seller together to make
their own deal
W; llte today.
Interstate Farm F-xchange, E x
change Bank Building, Spokane,
T h e Herald is in receipt of a
card from G eo . A lex s o n , written at
that he is still alive, and says that
he is now p icking manges aud that
the sun is shining down there.
Rawleigh Quality Products
Highest in Q uality; Lowest in Price
A sk Your Neighbor
W e note that the hyper-ethical
journalist here uses a news article
prepared and first published by the
Sentinel and credits it to a Day pa
per which “ lilted” it without credit
— Sentinel. N a u g h ty , naughty!
but that is quite natural. The work of
the roadmaster up to now has been of
a purely preliminary character. The
Record does not believe Mr. Murdock
will, when he gets a chance, cling to
That is all the people
want. If Mr. Murdock is fair and com
petent he should be given a square deal
and left immune from criticism.— Re
While nothing may have been shown
for the money expended by the road-
master’s office, the article appearing
on another page of this issue, from the
Good Roads Association, gives one a
pretty good idea of what it was spent
for. Even it, however, does not take
into account the systematizing of the
records of the office itself, as explained
in last week’s Herald.
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Lyons & Jones
“Where Your Dollar Does Double Duty’’
A N T H O N Y J. D llE X U L .
m erly M iss A rm strong of Baltimore.
H e r d aughter, M arg aretta, Is th e w ife
uf L ord M aidstone, and her son, An
thony J. D rexel, Jr., m arried Miss
M arjorie G ould, d a u g h te r of George
Gould of N ew York. T he D rexel man-
lion In G rosvenor sq u a re is one of the
finest In London.
Judge J. S. Coke Saturday presented •>
J. M. Young, of Bandon, convicted of 0
manslaughter for shooting Jim Condas l>
Dst summer, a conditional pardon i>
granted by Governor Withycombe.
The pardon provides that Young must C*
lead a straightforward life and must t*»
report at regulor intervals to Judge 3»
Coke, on whose recommendation Gov t§>
ernor Withycombe gr nted the release j «$»
Young shot Condas in the room of t3>
the former’s daughter, Miss Maude j «3»
Young, in the Young home at Bandon. ' 4 >
Mrs. Young discovered the intruder «3»
Mrs. Alice A . Coach, who was
named in (he will of her husband,
Joseph W. Coach, as heir, has been
appointed administratrix ot the
estate, which c nsists of about $20,-
000 in real estate, and $5000 per Hark “Mailed” the Letters
Postmaster Leneve and H. W. Dun
H . W Miller, ot Miller’ s Sani ham are very busy this afternoon try
tary Market, states that he will sell ing to invent an easy way to get a lot
T h a n k sg iv in g turkeys at cost this of letters that Hark mailed about a
year. He said that he did not be month ago. He was entrusted by a
drummer with the letters one night,
lieve in m aking the people pay
and finding the outside door of the post
more for their turkeys just because office closed, he dropped them into one
it was a special occasion
of the ornamental openings that serve
T h e city council met last night as ventilators of the basement.
discovered his mistake today when he
in special session and extended the
mailed another in the same “ letter
time on the Lottgston company drop” when Postmaster Leneve was
contract 20 days. Their time was looking.
How much tribulation has
up yesterday. T h e y also paid the been enjoyed by the drummer in con
witness fee of F E Hobson in tbe nection with the letters can only be
First street case which is being tried surmised.
The Scenic’* Treat
During the late campaign, and
betore election, the Herald made a
clean-up of its “ cards for candi
dates.” So we do not mind callin g
attention to the lact that our es
teemed contemporary is still adver
tising “ a large s lo ck ” of them.
To supplement these we have a very complete stock
of fresh Groceries. We are going out of the dry
goods business and devoting our entire time to see
ing that you are properly supplied with groceries.
Young is Granted Pardon
eariy in the morning.
Young and his friends are deeply
grateful for the mercy shown him. The
action of Gov. Withycombe was taken
on a personal request from Judge Coke.
When Young was tried, his only de
fense was that he was justified in
shooting Condas. He found Condas in
his daughter’s room early in the morn
ing and shot him twice, Condas dying
The Scenic will treat «ts patrons to
morrow evening to a novel and pleasing
musical act, when Etta May appears
with h e r instrument, “ The Violin
Ha p,” her own invention and the only
one of the kind in the world. This she
plays by drawing two steel rods wound
with copper wire across the strings
producing enchanting tones which at
different times very closely resemble a
violin, mandolin and guitar, but much
louder, making a clever musical act.
No advance in price.
T he old cow walked by th e dairy
And she said, In her rum in an t w ay,
" I ’m feeling about as line a s silk,
B ut I ’d like a drink of m y own good
And, looking around, she presently
A pall th a t w as standing beside th e
It w as butterm ilk about tw o d ay s
B ut the aged bovine hadn’t been
So she only rem arked, “ I t’s m ean to
An Industrious cow of her own good
A nd she w alked away, and th a t cow
4» She surm ised about halfw ay dow n
❖ And she said, w ith astonishm ent,
m ixed with pain:
of th a t
❖ "To Judge by the flavor
be feeling as fine as silk.
4 » I I m can’t
ust be bilious—I bet a h at—
4 » W hen I get to giving dow n milk
like th a t."
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Y I R S 7 « - tou
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 budd
ed the art of successful
tion guaranteed or mon
ey back. : : : : :
CGQUILLE LAUNDRY DICE CO.
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writing paper for every
Common usage and appropriateness may be said to “set tbe
fashion” in writing papers, in that while certain sizes are always
basically correct for various purposes, the tendency of the mo
ment may be toward some particular style of finish or shape of-
While it is not necessary nor always desirable that one con
fine herself to the moment’s particular fad, there are times when
one wishes to be strictly “up to the moment,’’ and on such oc
casions it is well to remember
The correctness of your stationery will not be questioned
if you select
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T H E O LD R E D COW .
Sym phony L aw n
FU HRM AN’S PH A R M A C Y
The Rexall Store
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H C L SPOT IN THF F A R M Y A R D
E Go v U F O K A IA H ' R FE E T , TH E
m FR O N T A K P TH E H1KP L f 2 c
S A C K , A S ABOVE —
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G R A 3 S A h D P L A C E 1*1 FRONT O F C O W -
0 u M p A F E W B A 6 S 0 K T a I> L I SALT INTO THE
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S ’/ t h e g
r a s > D W A T E R M A K E THE M IL K , TH E SA LT
* 0 * * » THE m a c h i n e r y
What a guarantee o f cleanliness and purity! Whether or
not you sell your milk its purity should be insured by sanitary
G-E ELECTRIC MOTORS
will furnish clean, dependable and_ economical power. G-E
motors soon pay for themselves, also, in labor saved and increased
Use a G-E motor to drive your
h IRO ™ Vou PEACE A COUPLE OP PAILS UNDER,
T he £>:’E
PER. ILLUSTRATION —
Oerding Bros, are engaged in
running myrtle logs down the river
F O R S A L E — 80 acres ot timber
land, price $2000; or would trade from the Pete Jacobson place above
for town property.
B L- S m a l town to their myrtle wood factory.
ley, A rago, Oregon.
II 14-lotp T h e y expect to saw them out in
the near future and will season
Notice to Creditors
F O R S A L E — 200-acre stock and
Notice is hereby given that the un
them in the new dry kiln which
dairy lann, two miles east of
dersigned has been duly appointed ad
Gravel F m d.
A pp ly to E- O they recently built
ministrator with the will annexed, of
ourth • tmch y & u sample the milk —
Carter, owner, only.
11 14 iotp
A l e x Jaova, a workman from the the estate of William Bradley, deceas lesson
BUT- make suf.4. you NAvcirr
ed, and that all persons having claims y----------
M Ape THE ABOVE MISTAKE
camp of McD onald
& V a u g h n against said estate are hereby notified
F O U N D — Near the Catholic church
that they are hereby required to pre
spectacle case containing two pairs
sent the same duly verified and with
Owner may have vere gash in the leg when he was the proper voucher annexed thereto, to
same by identilying, and pay ing struck by a falling limb Sa turday the undersigned at his office in the
Richmond building, in Coquille, Coos
for this adv.
T h e injured man came here Satur countv, Oregon, within six months from
S T O C K . A N D D A I R Y R A N C H da y night and the wound was the date of this notice.
Dated this 28 th day of November,
tor sale or rent.
320 acres, 40 dressed by l*r. V . L . Hamilton.
W. C. CHASE,
head of stock, good buildings.
Administrator with the will annexed
When J A . L am b reached Port of the estate of William Bradley, de
On ma'n road near N o rw a y.
land last week lor the purpose of ceased.
11 28 - 5 t
Address W. R . Foote, N o rw a y
bringing in the Studebaker truck
A n Old M a n 's S t o m a c h
ordered by W . H
As we grow older and less ective,
SHOE REPAIRING— Alt kind*
less and less food is required to meet
ol shoe repairing neatly done at found that the truck he had e x the demands of our bodies.
Prolong the pected to get bad been sold and no much is habitually taken, the stomach
For a limeted time only, Coupons
lite of your shoes. C. P R O C H - other was available until it could will rebel. When a mail reaches the
to the value of $ 1 . 50 , good for
N O W , Front street.
i o - l o tl be received from the Eastern lac- advanced age of 85 or 90 , you will find
admissions to the Scenic Theater
that he is a light eater.
Be as careful
for any member of the family,
T h is makes several w eeks’ as you will, however, you will occasion
F O R S A L E — Good scveu-year-old
ally eat more than you should and will
Will be given with a yea r’s sub
team, perfectly matched in color d 'l a v before be can inaugurate bis feel the need of Chamberlain’s Tablets
scription (new or old) paid in ad
to correct the disorder. These tablets
and weigh t; 1300 pounds eaob; new improvement,
vance to the
do not 1 ntain pepsin, but strengthen
together with good 3-inch wagon
j p BeyerSi assessor-elect, has the stomach and enable it to perform |
and new set of harness
. . . . . . .
its functions naturally.
The" al o
Inquire of Chas. I ordered a new ‘ FPewrlter 10 be “ Sed cause a gentle movement of the bowels. |
Walker. Baxter Hotel.
his work when he assumes office
This is the best premium offer
He selected the R e x typewriter for H O W A B O U T I T — H a v e y o u
ever made, if any member of the
F O R S A L E — N ew typewriter,latest which R M. A v e ry is agent, and
family attends the show as often
model, with many uew and at pending the a n i v a l ot the new ma
as onec a week. You get your
Herald is offering six s u p er io r;
money all back, and the paper
chine he is using the a gen t’s ma
clnbs ol leading magazines on
ten years, price $57 5°, easy
has then cost you just nothing
new or renewed subscriptions ;see :
terms if desired— terms as low as chine on which to acquire some
of the mysteries ot
$2 50 per month. Inquire at the k n o w ltd g e
page of this issue.
M ilk e r
S e p a ra to r
C h u rn
W ash er
E tc ., E tc.
Let us show you the many advantages of the electric dairy.
OREGON POWER CO.
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D rane’s Locals
T IC K E T S
W e carry the 99 coffee that was
so favorably Demonslrated at the
Crescent booth at the Korn Karnt-
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s c e ' n I c
C oqu ille H e ra ld
S te r iliz e r
C o o le r
B o tt le r
A lso a full line of Crescent goods.
Awarded Gold Medal
P. P. I. E. San Francisco, 1915
E v e ry th in g in thi* line gitaran- The strongest and nearest water proof
¡ir e a s —
not what it is represented to be.
T h e price is less but the goods
1 are better.
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A MONEY-BACK DEAL
Men’* Comfort Dre** Shoe*
Strong Shoes for Boys
D o n ’ t be afraid to try it.
We also have the famous Royal
C lu b line of canned goods, nothing
better, and the prices right.
At the old stand vacated by the
Shoe Manufacturing Co.
Aak for the Bergmann Waterproof