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

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    ' parted Thursday for Marshfield wh re a T 3 . The funds from this and other s derable number. After May 21, on
he and his family will reside in the fu­ dnices to be given will be used in pur­ which date the price of licenses will be
ture.
chasing uniforms.
raised fifty per cent, tiiey may be -e-
Mrs. J. A. Yoakam and daughters
E K. John- > of the local mill, ro- cured at almost any sporting go< (Is
returned to their home at Gridley, po ts the shipment of five cars of lum- store which may wish to have them on
California, last week after a visit b this w el: a' I thaf, h it f r a tem­ hand for the accommodation of their
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. po’ary shortage of cars, this number customers.
Lukens.
w ild have been more than • uhhd.
Fishing for shiners is the sport of
Fred Schurike has sold hi chicken H’ hopes to get si veral mure cars away the day among the local desciples of
ranch on the Mjrt'e Point road, and I within a few days. This will relieve Ike Walton and many reports of heavy
has moved with his family to Marsh­ I th’ yards of a considerable accumula­ creels have come in. This sport is at
field, where he will take a vacation in ti! i of lumber and facilitate the hand- the preseut time receiving the atbn-
1 lin ; of the mill product materially.
t on of the powers that be and may be
the Smith mill.
1!. N. Smith, of Riverside and El eliminated from the list in a 9 hort time
A. G. Raab, formerly prominent in
educational circles in this county, was Centro, California, camo in yesterday So it behooves its followers to make
while the sun shines.
Game W r-
over from North Bend last week, and will spend some time here looking 1 hsy
don Thomas stated last week that the
working in the interests of the coast after business matters. Mr. Smith is bead officers of the Fish and Game
I a large investor in Coos county hold­ Comm -sion are at this time making u
military highway.
Miss Doris Tyrrell, granddaughter ings and states that conditions here rigid investigation to determine the
exact status of the so-called "shiner" .
T he ash heap is n > place f<-r a S raw
; of 1). D. Pierce, of this city, was seem better by fur than they have ai d he may be aguin placed under the
during
past
years
and
that
he
feels
awarded
first
prize
in
the
state
con­
category of salmon fry and be placed
Hat until it is sm tsheil
Just because it
test for good roads essays. The' prize greatly encouraged over the local out­ upon the protected list. In case this
is dirty aud yellow is no sign it should lie
does
happen none under the length ol
look. He says they have had an ideal
was a $5 gold piece.
six inches may be taken. Therefore
discarded
Clet another dollar or two
spring
in
the
Imperial
valley
and
ex­
Miss Berna Irvine, who has a position
local sportsmen should carefully watch
worth of wear out ol it by cleaning with
the reports.
in the National laundry at Portland, ar­ pect a record-breaking crop there.
On Saturday Deputy Collier of the
rived in Coquille Friday evening and
F’ARKER’S
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will spend a month with her parents, county clerk’s office reported the is­
H,-. .i BALSAM
A volitili p re p a ra ti o u o f m e rit.
suance of 845 licenses to sportsm n
j Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Irvine.
H e lp s t o e r a d ic a te d an d ru ff. .
_ For Restoring C olor and .
The state eighth grade examinations from that office. This includes 265
3 r e a lit y to Gray or Faded Hair.)
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SOe^and $ l.0 0 a t D rm rtrigu,
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are to be held on May 17 and 18. The ¡ combination hunting and fishing, 253
open book method which has been in I [ hunting and 327 fishing licenses. Li- ( I N D L R G O R N S R em ove« C om a, Cal
u ses, e t c ., « to p s a l l p a in , e n s u re s c o m fo r t t o th e
use for some time will he done away ! : censes have also been issued this year lo
We can y Straw Ha* Dye in all the pop-
' - u a k e s w a lk in g ea sy . 16«. b y m a il o r a t D ru g '
r a tc h o g u o , N. Y.
I by I. R. Tower of Marshfield to a con- tfisSa. iilscox Chemical Works, , Patchoga*
with m History m d Civics this year.
til it shades at
The Honor Guard girls are planning
to give a dance on the twelfth of May.
To say that it will be the real event
of the season is needless. The pro­
ceeds will go for the benefit of the i
Guard.
I
Mrs. W. W. Elliott and three chil­
dren are expected today to join Mr.
(The Rexall Store)
Elliott who is the head sawyer at the
lower mill.
They will make their
1 iome here while he is employed at
the mill.
Local Mention
"Dad” Woodford departed Thursday
for his home at Medford. His daugh­
J. P. Clausen was a city visitor to- ! ter Mrs. J. Williams who has recovered
R ATES; One cent a word, each in­ day.
from an operation which she underwent
sertion. .No charge less than 15 cents'
Geo. Brown, a Leslie Judge man, was at San Francisco recently will join him
there shortly.
in town today.
Mrs. Perl Ballinger was automatical­
FOR S A L E — Thotoughbred regis
Louie Marsh of Powers was a Co-
I
ly removed from the fist ot those re­
tered Jersey bull, tti ee > e irs old quille visitor Sunday.
ceiving widow’s pensions when a mar­
$75
Inquire Herald office ot
Game Warden Thomas is attending
riage license was issued by which she
L atU 'eu’s Cedar P >ittt
4 24 4 'p court here this week.
will become the wife of John Owre.
Fred Baker of Brewster Valley was Mrs. Ballinger has two small children.
W A N T E D — Second It nd furni
(9
ture. Highest ptices paid. Co a city visitor Saturday.
Alfred Knapp of Port Orford passed
Chas.
Winkley
of
Seattle
was
a
busi­
quille Furniture Co.
through here Thursday on his way to
ness visitor here last week.
Portland. From there he goes to San
S H O E R E P A IR IN G — All kinds
John Elliott of Marshfield was a busi­ Francisco where he will enlist in the
of shoe repairing neatly done at ness visitor here Wednesday.
navy. He is the son of Louie Knapp,
reasonable prices.
Prolong the
Peter Bruno, of Riverton, was in the well known hotel man of Port Or­
lile ol your shoes.
C- PROCH town on bsuiness yesterday.
ford.
N O W , Front street.
10-10 tl
Henry Sengstacken, of Marshfield,
C. W. Gardner left this morning for
was over on business last week.
Powers in his Cadillac car to look over
Jimmie Laird of Brewster Valley was the roads with the idea of establishing
DR. D. N. HAYDEN
a business visitor here Wednesday.
a stage line on that route this summer,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
H. N. Lorenz returned Friday even­ lie contemplates putting on two large
Office over Farmers & Merchants
cars and giving a perfectly satisfactory
ing from a business trip to Eugene.
Bank *
Geo. Henninger of the Fishtrap service.
Residence Baxter Hotel
J. S. Barton this morning received a
country was a Coquille caller today.
Clarence Hatcher of McKinley was a message from Highway Commissioner
Benson to the effect that $50,000 of the
Coquille visitor the last of the week.
Forest Service fund will be available
Dr. C. IN. ENDICOTT
A. E. Bettys of Fairview was a Co­ for the Curry County road if the
D entist
quille visitor the middle of the week.
$6,000,000 Bond issue carries at the
Office over First National Bank
J. R. McGee, the Riverton coal man, June election.
Phone Main 481
was in town on business yesterday.
F. B. A nderson , President
H. O. A nderson , Secretary-Principal
J. W. Thomas, Coos county’s efficient
J. P. Michels returned from a busi­
game warden, was a business visitor to
ness trip to Portland last Wednesday.
324, Office
514, Res.
this city last week.
He reports the
Ed Brenner and M. J. Hartson re­ flight of geese north as being some­
G. EARL LOIN. M D.
port a good catch of trout on the North what unusually large this spring, many |
P hysician and surgeon
Fork Sunday.
of the geese stopping at different I
Office over Farmers & Merchants
Mrs. Henry Ellis and Mrs. G. E. points in the county.
Bank
Endicott of Conlogues camp were Co­
Frank Catterliri, of Marshfield, who
quille visitors today.
Coquille, Oregon
represents Lang & Co. in this territory,
Mrs. L. P. Maury is in Kandon at­ was in town Wednesday night. He re­
Dr. G. IN. LESLIE
tending a nursing case this week. She ports a good demand for his specialty,
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
Opens May 7 and will run continuously thereafter
went down last week.
the Royal Club line of canned'and glass
Graduate of the American School
W. H. Peek who has been employed goods, also that the Farmers’ Store is
of Osteopathy of Kirksville, Mo.
in the lower mill for some time left putting in a fine line of his coffees.
Office in Eldorado Block
BOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING
Saturday for his home at Monroe.
R. R. Watson was down town Satur­
Marshfield
Oregon
Miss Margaret Stambuck returned to day with his son James and paid the
the Bay this morning after spending a doctor a visit. The boy’s sister made a
Spelling, Arithmetic, Rapid Calculation, Penmanship,
mistake and hooked him in place of a
few days with Coquille friends.
T I I E D IA M O N D U R A N I».
a
fish
while
at
the
river
a
short
time
be­
English, Business Correspondence, Commercial
L a d l « ‘ «il
y i u i r U r u f f g l N t for
Roy Morgan, the energetic Powers
C 'h l 'C h e s - t c r ’a I M tim m id T l r iim l.
I*llla in R e d anil G old mctallicX
life insurance man, was a Coquille busi­ fore. The hook penetrated the ball of
Usage, Commercial Law
i boxes, sealed with Blue Ribbon,
his thumb and made a painful if not se- i
l a k e no o th e r. B u y o f you r
ness visitor the last of the week.
D r u s g l n t . Ask for C lI l .f 'I I E H - T E R ’S
rious wound.
IH A M O M I IIK A N 1» P I L L « , for « 5
The gasoline steamer Norma lost her
years known as Best, Safest. Always Reliablo
The flags decorating the editorial j
THIS SCHOOL IS HERE TO HELP YOU
propeller
Saturday
night
and
the
Active
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
windows this week come from the
took her run Sunday and yesterday.
supply of Mrs. Bonnie Walker of the
G. F. Hammond of Fresno, Califor­ Racket Store and, needless to say, did
Day and Evening Sessions
Send for Catalogue
Notice of Final Settlement
nia, who has been here for the past ten
not exhaust the supply. It is hoped
Notice is hereby given that the un­ days left yesterday for Myrtle Point.
dersigned, administrator De Bonis Non,
every patriotic home in the city will
Harry Gergsen of Bandon returned have its flag decoration at no distant
of the estate of C. M. Skeels, deceased,
has filed his final account in said estate, home Thursday after a six months’ stay
date.
in the County Court of Coos County, in Washington.
He brings home a
County Superintendent Baker asks
Oregon, and that said Court has ap­
pointed the 21st day of May, 1917, at bride.
us to announce that the Eighth Grade
the hour of 10 o’clock a. m , of sail!
F. U. Moon is back in Coquille after
day, at the County i onrt room in the an absence of several months, some of examinations in the schools of this
Court House of said Coos County, Ore­ which time was spent on the Mexican county will be held Thursday and Fri­
gon, in Coquille, for the hearing of ob­
day, May 17 and 18. Also that the
jections to said account and the final coast.
>pcn book examinations in History
settlement of said estate.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sullivan made and Civics will be discontinued from
Dated this 17th day of April, 1917.
an over Sunday visit with friends now on.
C. T. SKEELS,
Adminstrator De Bonis Non of the down the river, returning Monday
I’ress reports yesterday state that
morning.
estate of C. M. Skeels, deceased.
the Tanker Vacuum was submarined
C. R. B \RI!OW,
Ed Scott, the North Fork rancher, and sunk while enroute. One boat.
Attorney fur Administrator. 4 17-5
came in from his place above Fait view : xtaining the captain and nine naval
last Friday and sta^e I over tiii Satur »unners is missing. If this boat fail
Nolice of Final Settlement
day with friends.
,o report these will be the first deaths
W. A. Skelley, who lives near John­ >f American men since the declara­
Notice is '-erchy given that the un-
dcrsig' td has t ed her final arcom t in son’s Mill, and who has been serious- I
tion of war.
the math r of c e administration of the
estate of l hark s K. Phillips, il ce. s- <1, ly ill for some time, is reported as
W. C. Seilrr.er, who formerly con­
Hrd that the County Court for Coos slowly improving.
ducted at Bandon one of toe be.-t lec­
County, Oregon, has se t Wednesday,
John Hickam moved his family to
the 2 nd day of May, 1917. as the day his Fishtrap ranch last week and will ture shows in the county, and who sold
ou to G. J. Lemanski some mantis
and the County Court Root:, in the
C ounty Courthouse at Coquille, Coos do his share to reduce the high cost a f”, recently retun t i from Ca f o ;a
Beautiful
/ I - . - / v l 'C l f t f
The Rain
of
living
this
season.
County, Oregon, as the place for hi ar-
an wid rain enter the field at the • 1
Sanitary
Can t Hurt
in g objections to said li ial account and
J. S. Barton last week presented stand, taking over the Grand from Mr.
the settlement of said e s t a t e .
IVashable
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RUGS
Them
St. Johns Episcopal church with o L nmn.-ki today.
Dated this 2nd day of April, 1917.
beautiful American flag which will
LAURA I. HANSEN,
The work of building the walks and
w a sh a b le a n d rot-proof. Lie flat
W e a re displaying a c o m p le te line
Administratrix of the «state of ■be used for altar purposes.
drives in the court house block is now
w ith o u t fastening and will not cu rl
of C ongoleum Rug* this w eek.
Charles R. Phillips, Deceased.
T.
II.
J-bi
son,
who
handles
the
Ar­
Y
ou
ow
e
it
to
yourself
to
com
e
in
In
full
swing,
Contractor
Longston
o
r "k ick u p ” a t th e edges.
4 3 5tp
a n d see th em . A m o n g th e g re a t
al ■ r products witn his headquarters ot : a ing a full force on the job. The
T h e ir low p rice is a n o th e r exclusive
variety of b eautiful p a tte rn s an d
E
ne, was here Thursday calling in j work includes the construction of foot
feature, even m ore attractive than
d a in ty color designs y ou w ill find
Notice of Final Sei ! men!
th e ir beauty. C ongoleum A rt-R u g s
tie dealers in good hams and bacon.
walks and driveways and will greatly
ju s t w h a t you w an t to m a k e yo u r
a
re exactly w h a t th e nam e implies.
Notice is hereby given that the
p o rc h a living room th is sum m er.
On the 25th of April Mrs. R. R. reprove the appearance of the north
T h e ir b e au ty w ill surely w in your
County Court of the State of Oregon
C ongoleum Rug* w ill solve y o u r p ra ise. It w ill b e th e m ost w o rth ­
for Coos i ounty has, by order made \\ . (son gave birth to an 8 3-4 pound, side of the court house when complet­
floor covering p ro b le m s. T h e y a re
w h ile sh o p p in g trip you h av e ever
M
this 24th dav of April, 1 17, set the baby girl and *'Pete” is as happy over ed. -
made.
id e a l a* p o rc h ru g a fo r th e y a re
hearing of objections to the final report the advent as he was with the fir3t.
The
Coosonians
and
the
band
will
of K Halverson, administrator of t! e
C. A. S-hroi der of the local mill is give a .May Day dance at the Heazlet
estate of Henry Halverson, deceas I,
to be heard on the 31st day of May, the 3 miling owner of a new Maxwell next Saturday evening. The admission
1917, all objections to said report to be roadster since last Friday. Of course
for gentlemen will be $1.00. Music
filed before said date.
it was purchased from N. N. Neiman. will ire furnished by the band. G. Earl
K. H alverson ,
Administrator of the Es­
Levi Hammersley, who has been cm l ow, Lon Denio, Walter Oerding and
tate of Henry Halverson, plowed in the Aasen legging canp, dc-^ Chas. llarlocker will act as floor man-
4-24-ot
deceased.
t
New Straw Hat
Nickel
for a
Have your Car giv=
en a thorough ¡over=
hauling
Our Repair Department is now thorough­
ly equipped to do first class work.
We
have secured the services of
An Experienced Automobile Mechanic
and
Two Assistants
E L K A Y ’S
which enables us to turn out first class
work without any delay.
STRAW HAT CLEANER
Batteries Repaired and Recharged
25 cents a bottle
F u h rm an 's Pharmacy
Two New Brands
W e carry Ford Parts
Storage $3.00 a month, 25c a night
Yours to please
Gardner & Larsen
- SA L V O
WANT COLUMN
Brand
Steel Cut Coffee
25c
IVANHOE
Brand
Steel Cut Coffee
30c
LYONS & JONES
Andersons’
Practical Business College
CHICHESTER S PILLS
H ere's a Waterproof Rug
When you are counting over the various nec­
essities and comforts of life which have risen
in price, bear in mind that your telephone
rates are the same. This company is endeav­
oring to effect economies in operation and
plant maintenance which will offset the en­
ormous increases in the cost of all materials
used by us and preclude the necessity of a
general increase in rates.
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Coos and Curry Telephone Co.
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We Will Handle Subscrip­
tions to the Govern­
ment War Loans
Without Charge
As a member of the H. M. Byllesby & Company
organization, the undersigned will receive and handle
subscriptions (without charge or prolit) in any denom­
inations authorized, for the new Government Bonds,
issued to finance the war for Democracy.
Our Organization maintains a well equipped Bond
Department, normally employed in financing the con­
struction requirements of the utility properties under
Byllesby management.
The facilities of the Bond Department have been
placed at the disposal of the Government and the pub­
lic without expense ol any kind in the nation-wide ef­
fort to make the War Loan an immediate success.
It is a patriotic duly for all those who are able to
invest liberally in the new Government Bonds.
We will be glad to take your order for any amount
—large or small—and to supply all available informa­
tion regarding the issue.
OREGON
Telephone 71.
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OV ve K CO.
F. E. McKenna, Local Manager.
Coquille, Oregon.
JJ Woman In Case
10 The Stronger Love
12 Little Lady Eileen
1 / Rolling Stones
19 Public Opinion
21 Honorable Friend
26 Each Pearl a Tear
31 Victory of Conscience
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Pauline Frederick
Vividi Martin
’1 rj,;.orile Clark
O. Moore & M . Courtet
Blanche Sweet
Sessue Hayakawa
Loti-Tellegin
Fannie Ward
H. O. ANDERSON
Furniture and Hardware
Get, the W a n t A d H a b it