Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, June 19, 1917, Image 2

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    If in need nf a baby buggy sa* those
I are giving to help the movement?
They are not only giving their own nice second hand onas at Quick's.
time but are paying their own expens­
Published Every Tuesday.
es and will no doubt give liberally of W A N T E D — Second band furni-j
their cash as well.
Vou—and this
J. C. Savage
ture. Highest puces p o d . C o -1
means each reader of this paper—are
Editor and Business Manager.
qudie Furniture Co.
only asked to give a small amount of
Entered as second-class matter cash which may save a life at the
Whooping Cough.
May 8, 1905, at the post office at Co­ front.
Give liberally. You may be
In this disease it is important that
quille, Oregon, under act of Congress giving to your own son or brother.
! the cough be kept loose and expector-
of March % 1879.
! ation easy, which can oe done by giv­
Give the American people the facts ing Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy.
Devoted to the material and social and they can cope with any situation Mrs. P. H. Martin, Peru, Ind., writes,
upbuilding of the Coquille Valley, but when they must work in the dark i “My two daughters had whooping
I gave them Chamberlain’s
particularly and of Coos County gen the chief strength of the government cough.
| Cough Remedy and it worked like a
erally.
which rests in the people will be abor­ charm."
tive and half hearted. I.et us face
Subscription $1.50 per year, in ad­
the worst and we will go in the fight
vance.
Phone Main 381.
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till the last ditch.
Overconfidence 1*
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I A to i le t pi o p a r a iio n o . m e rit.
may be the cause of many reverses
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r in g C o lo r a n d
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which would occur did we but know
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the true facts. Give us the truth.
T h e C o q u ille H e r a ld
HAVE YOU SEEN THAT
HINDER CORNS
THE KAISER'S PRAYER.
Mine Gott will you be mine partner?
You don’t know who I am,
I am de German Kaiser,
De Emperor, veil I am.
You know I whipped dem Belgiums,
Und with bullets filled Rushia full,
Und I’ll whip France und Italy
Und blow up Johnnie Bull.
For all dem other nations,
I don’t give a dam,
If you will be mine partner
Und whip dat Uncle Sam.
You know I got dem submarines,
All Europe knows dat well,
But dot Edison got a patent now
Vot blows dem all to hell.
Now Gott, if you will do me dis,
Den you I will always love.
Und I’ll be Emperor on earth,
Und you will be above.
But Gott, if you refuse me dis,
Tomorrow night at eleven
I’ll call my Zeppelins out
Und declare war on heaven.
I wouldn’t ask dis favor, Gott,
But I can plainly sean,
When Edison pushes dot button in
I got no more submarine.
—Exchange.
The writer believes that Talent
Greenough is the youngest actual Lib­
erty Bond investor in Coos county. He
is less than five years old and bought
his bond with his own savings ac­
count.
Has anyone anything more
patriotic to offer? This is the spirit
which will win the war of Liberty.
Have you thought that your own
son may be one of the first to be
wounded on the field of battle and that
his life may be saved by a well equip­
ped Red Cross hospital. To have this
haven ready for him we must prepare
now. Think of this when asked to
make your donation this week.
Late press reports seem to confirm
the opinion that perhaps all the re­
verses which the Allies are meeting
in the war with Germany are not
made public. That this is a sad mis­
take on the part of the censors goes
without saying because it tends to
give our people a too sanguine view­
point of the probable results of Amer­
ica’s entrance into the war. What
cur people want to know—and should
know—is the whole truth and nothing
but the truth about conditions and the
successes or failures of the campaign.
An unjustified complacency on the
part of Americans will do more to de­
feat the cause of liberty than any oth­
er agency. Give uaithe truth that we
may know just what we have to over­
come.
What would life be to the American
people if we lost in the war now be­
ing waged on the European continent
in the cause of Liberty? A night­
mare of the worst possible kind to
most of us. Now is the time to fore­
stall defeat by preparing to conserve
every energy to make it a winning
fight. And to do this we must pre­
pare not only for an adequate food
supply but to save the lives of as
many wounded men as is possible. A
complete equipment for this part of
the battle is being planned by the Red
Cross and you will be asked this week
to do your part. Be prepared to do it
with an open heart. It will be a long
step toward success.
Give! Give! Give! This seems the
slogan of the entire country at this
time and it is one that is meeting
with the hearty support and co-opera­
tion of the American people. Some
are giving their own lives to the
cause. Some are giving their loved
ones to the cause.
And some will
give of their material substance to the
cause. What will y 9 U give? Perhaps
your gift will be but a monetary one,
but it is just as essential as are the
other gifts.
It has its particular
place in the co-ordination of gifts and
will do an equal share to win the great
cause of cause of Liberty in the pres­
ent war. Give! And give with an
open heart and hand. It may save
your home and your freedom. Do your
bit!
The Liberty Loan was oversub­
scribed by over a billion dollars. Ore­
Some fine second hand baby carts
gon oversubscribed her allotment. at Quick’s.
Now let the Red Cross allotment be
Buy your season tickets now for
over-subscribed in a like manner. Let
the west come to the front in this the Chautauqua. July 15 to 22. Price
movement as it has done before and $2.50 for adults.
always will do. Let the amount be
doubly subscribed. Do your bit!
How’s This?
The Red Cross movement which is
, now at its highest in this community
is one which not only deserves but
must have our hearty support, both
moral as well as financial. Give your
part now and perhaps it will be the
means of saving the life of your son,
brother or best frend in time of direst
need.
Do you realize what the members
of the Red Cross subscription teams
Rem oves Corns. C al­
louses, e t c .,s to i ‘< til p ain, en su res co m fo rt to th e
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SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERVWHEPr
DR. VERN. L. HAMILTON
P H Y S IC IA N A N D S U R G E O N
Office over Farmers & Merchants
Bank
Residence Baxter Hotel
With present high prices for butter fat you cannot afford to use a
machine that is not doing satisfactory work.
We have m achines on hand ready for inspection and delivery
Come in and let our salesman show tne advantages of this latest im­
provement in separators. We are always pleased to show the machine
whether you buy or not.
Dr. C. M. ENDICOTT
We also carry a stock of De Laval Separator
Oil and a stock of extra parts for machines
D e n t is t
Office ov< r F irst National Bank
Plione Main 4SI
824, Office
Remember the New Improved De Laval is the latest, most up-to-date
separator on the market. Don’t lose the price of new machine during
the next few months by using an unsatisfactory separator.
514, Res.
G. EARL LOiA/. M. D.
P h y s ic ia n a n d s u r g e o n
LET
Office over Farmers & Merchants
Bank
Dr. G. W LESLIE
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
U S SH O W
Busy Corner Grocery
Graduate of the American School
of Osteopathy of Kirksville, Mo.
Office in Eldorado Block
Marshfield
Oregon
Front and C Streets
Coquille, Oregon
Phones 691 and 541
Keora Corsets
Custom Made
M e a n in g
good
lu c k , h e a l t h
and
hap­
p in e s s
Every corset guaranteed to be fully custom
made, cut and manufactured to fit every
clients measurements. Made of best boning
known, guaranteed not to rust or break.
Guarantee tag with every corset sold.
HANDS’^
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Use more
HORSE POWER \
„ and less MAH \
POWER in your shop.
We offer One H u n d re d D o lla rs R ew ard
fo r a n y case o f C a ta r rh th a t c a n n o t be
i cu red by H a ll’s C a ta rrh M edicine.
H a ll’s C a ta rrh M edicine h a s been ta k e n
by c a ta r rh sufferers fo r th e p a st th irty -
five y e ars, and h a s becom e k n ow n a s th e
m ost reliab le rem edy fo r C a ta rrh . H all’s
C a ta rrh M edicine a c ts th ru th e Blood on
th e M ucous su rfa c es, e xpelling th e P oi­
son from th e Blood an d healing th e dis­
eased portions.
A fte r you h a v e ta k e n H a ll’s C a ta rrh
M edicine for a s h o rt tim e y o u will see a
g re a t im provem ent in y o u r general
h e alth . S ta rt ta k in g H i l l ’s C a ta r rh M edi­
cine a t once a n d g et rid o f c a ta r rh . Send
fo r te stim onials, free.
F . J. C H K N E Y & CO.. Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all D ruggists. 75c.
S o ld o n ly b y o u r C o r s e t ie r e
May belle Ford
Phone 366
In Y o u r P o c k e t
A u to S t a g e
C. W. GARDNER, Manager
The New 2C Kodak Jr.
A motor on each machine or group of machines tlxxna power fewmmy, énev
power iwed not be consumed excel« aa needed. G iron 41*1 by the n ew xe </ a
finger, no billed attendants are n tctsm y fig the care and operatiuu i/G-L, mc*uts.
Let us plan a G-E drive for your shop.
Oregon Power Co.
It F its
It I k
You can turn out more work in a given t :me or
the same work in less time with
G-E ELECTRIC MOTORS
Rose B ldj
Coquille, Oregon
Powers-Myrtle Point
P u t a “tw o -C ”
YOU
LEAVE
LEAVE
Culver’s Confect’ry
Guerin Hotel
POWERS
MYRTLE POINT
7:00
10:00
1:00
4:00
A. M.
A. M.
P. M.
P. M.
7:00
10:00
1:00
4:00
A.
A.
P.
P.
M.
M.
M. ,
M.
F. E. McKenna, Local Manager
Coquille
Oregon
INCOME and OUTLAY
One side cf your Pass Book will show all the money you have
received. The other side will show all you have paid out, and
the cancelled checks are your receipts.
This fine arrangement is yours if you will open your check ac­
count here.
Your account will be given careful and considerate attention.
FIHST
NATIONAL B A N K
CAPITAL and SURPLUS $60,000.00
A. J. SHERWOOD, President
L. H. HAZARD, Cashier
R. E. SHINE, Vice President
O. C. SANFORD, Asst. Cashier
For picture» of the somewhat elongated post-card shape, but just a tri­
fle smaller, 2 7-8 x 4 7-8 in. And this elongated shape in the picture
makes possible a slim, thin camera, that fits the pocket.
Charter Trips Anywhere, Any Time
A N e w K o d a k a t a N e w P r ic e
We are here to accomodate You; command Us
Under New Management
Phone Calls
Having leased this well-equipped hotel, I propose
to conduct it in such a manner as to merit pat­
ronage and give satisfaction to the traveling
public.
$ 14.00
Knowlton’s Drug Store
MYRTLE POINT, 1161
COtJUILLE, 463
POWERS, Culver’s Confectionery,
Telephone Booth
HOTEL
BAXTER
CHARLES BAXTER, Proprietor