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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 14, 1917)
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with traitors or Billie 2’s friends. A
large number of the socialists, the I
won't workers, and all their ilk have
proven themselves to be the puke of
Wm. T. Culbertson made a camping
Harry Neal is so far recovered that
trip to Marshfield last week with
he expects to leave the Coquille Hos
horse and buggy.
pital in a few days and return to the
R. A. Eastcn.
ranch above Myrtle Point. His sis
ter arrived last week from Pittsburg,
Inspect County Roads.
Pa., where she had been visiting, and
this has had a very beneficial effect on
The members of the county court
Harry, and the lady says she will take
'oregathered at the court house this
him for a trip to Southern California
morning and cleared up some neces
sary detail work prior to starting out
P. McIntosh, plant manager for the for a general inspection of the roads
local creamery as well as the Coos of the county. All the contracts as
Bay Creamery, came over Saturday well as all the roads of the county will
accompanies by Mrs. McIntosh and he inspected before the tour is ended.
proceeded to Bandon where they They will go first to Bandon, thence
spent Sunday. Both are very enthus to the county line south, then to North
iastic about the beauties of the Ban route, viewing the Sunset road on the
don beach, saying that they have seen way. From North Bend they will go
nothing more beautiful on the Pacific over the Coos Bay-North project and
coast. Mrs. McIntosh returned home will then proceed to Sumner and on to
Lora, Gravel Ford and back to Co-
him as to Dan's many friends in this
city. However, the kindly wishes of
those friendB are just as sincere as
they would have been had they been
notified of the event in advance.
Lee Jolley, of Marshfield, has taken
over the Pastime Pavilion, formerly
known as the Myrtle Pavilion, and
will conduct regular Saturday night
dances at that popular resort the bal
ance of the season. He states that
he intends to give nothing but good
clean dances and is arranging the pa
vilion for the convenience and pleas
ure of the public. He is in a position
to furnish the dancers with the best
of music. There will be a big dance
at the pavilion Saturday, August 18
L. A. Liljeqvist is over from Marsh and a good time is guaranteed to all.
field on business today.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. N. Beatty went
The hunting season opens tomor
to Salem Saturday on business and row and there seems a question as to
the number of deer each hunter is al
R. A. Wernich is expected to return lowed to kill this season.
from his Portland trip the latter part told on good authority that two
amendments to the chapter of the
of the week.
New stoves and ranges at Quick’s. laws governing this point were passed
Also a full line of second hand wood at the last session of the legislature.
The first gave ti.e number of deer with
and coal stoves.
C. A. Pendleton expects to start for horns as two and the dates of the open
St. Martin’s Springs tomorrow for a season as from August 15 to October
The second amendment wa3
two weeks’ stay for the benefit of his 15.
passed the following day and was also
signed the day following that of -he
Raymond Burns left Saturlay for
first. This latter amendment made
Portland where he will enter the
three the number of deer allowed to
Benke-Walker Business College for a
each hunter and made the dates from
course of training.
August 15 to October 31. It is con
J. S. Barton and family spent the tended and has been so passed upon
week end at their beach cottage at by the supreme court that the last ex-
Bandon. Jess reports lots of crabs pre'■•=ion of the legislative body shall
and a good time.
be the law and if this rule holds good
Clifford Kern is now acting a3 in the case of the hunting law the
clerk in the Farmers Union store in open season this year is from August
the position formerly occupied by 15 to October 31 and each hunter is
Raymond Burns who has gone to allowed to kill th.ee deer with horns,
the same as in previous years.
Ben Lawrence arrived in Coquille
Elast Fork Items.
the first of the week for a visit with
his parents, Recorder and Mrs. J. S.
Tuesday, August 7, I saw two white
Lawrence. Ben is now at the head of
The birds with
the list on the Indianapolis, Ind., Star. western bluebirds.
which the white ones associated an
Billy Foote, operator at the Scenic, swer the description of the W este-i
together with his family, his brother -luebird as given in Lord’s Birds of
and family from Marshfield, and his Oregon and Washington, and the
sister and her husband, started out white ones have the same size, bui .'
today for a two weeks’ hunting and end motions. Only one was in sight
fishing trip into Curry county.
at first and I could hardly believe my
Roadmaster R. B. Murdock has ask eyes for it is the first time that my
ed the county court for a three weeks’ eye has seen a snow-white song bird.
vacation beginning about September Another one showed up, flew from a
10. It is understood that Mr. Mur bush and lighted on the fence not
dock will proceed to New York and more than six or eight feet from where
that on his return he will be accom I stood. A patch of snow the size of
panied by a bride.
the bird would not have looked more
Dr. W. T. Tompkins, of Marshfield, white on fence or field than the bird.
passed through town yesterday en- The next day my daughter saw the
route to Powers and the upper river two birds and they were the compan-
where he will spend his vacation. Dr. ons of the bluebird.
Tompkins is an exponent of the Walt- must be “ sports,” so tnere is not much
mer system of suggested therapeu chance for white bluebirds to become
common; but they are among the rare
tics with offices at Marshfield.
W. W. Elliott, head sawyer at the and beautiful things we will not for
Sitka Spruce Company, is slowly re get.
Goulds, Hazards and Chases are
covering from a siege of measles fol
lowed by an attack of tonsilitis. He camping at the C. C. Club grounds.
was down town Saturday for the first Mr. Hacker is with the Hazards. He
time for two weeks and came in and is getting well along in the ’80's, hut
became one of the Herald’s rapidly he is the same young man as when in
his W s . He is no friend of Billie 2.
The man who lives in the United
Alden A. Howe, with his sisters,
States of America today and is not
Mrs. Justine Ferris and Mrs. Ella
proud that he is an American must
Donaldson, left Thursday morning to
have a soul in him that if it was
drive to Roseburg where they will
stuffed into the skin of a flea would
visit their brother, E. O. Howe, and
make a rattle.
family for a couple of weeks. They
Fred Baker is fire warden for this
expected to camp in Brewster one
part of the county. He is the right
day on the way out.
man for the place and is on the job.
Mrs. R. A. Wernich and daughter,
Dyart Bros, of Douglas county, who
Katherine, returned last week from a have been working on the road below
month spent with friends in Tacoma Bandon, went home last week with
and Seattle. They were accompanied their teams over the Coos Bay road.
on their return by Mrs. Wernich’s One of them said hay is $40 a ton and
mother, Mrs. A. N. Gary, and Miss barley $2.50 a sack. They had hay
Kennedy, who will spend the balance fought at Coquille for which they paid
of the summer here.
at the rate of J27 a ton. It was such
Many hunters are planning trips poor stuff their horses would not eat.
for this week and we expect to have it.
Forty-five or fifty years ago the
several fine samples of venison and
many good hunting stories by this “ Mollie Maguires” was a band of
time next week. Of course we may criminals that flourished as a labor
be compelled to wait two weeks but organization.” They went the way of
the hopes for the stories and deer their kind. The I won’t work fellows
will find that blind “ leaders” lead
meat will last that long.
blind followers ca-plunk into the
W. F. Hardison, of Portland, is in ditch.
The world’s work of mine,
this city this week for t ie purpose of mill and farm, of train and ship, will
opening a branch of the Townsend go on in spite of the won’t workers
Creamery of Portland.
He has en that the German barbarians have
gaged the services of Cecil Elwocd, working for them.
who will act as local agent for the
If necessary let the draft call a man
company, whose ad appears in an for the work army as well as for the
other column of this isrue.
fighting army, and punishment of
County Treasurer Dimmick stated treasonable disobedience of orders in
yesterday that the marriage of his one the same as in the other. This is
aon, Dan, was as much a surprise to no time to monkey or shilly-shally
DOCTORS TALK BUSINESS.
Coos County Medical Association
Holds Regular Session in Coquille.
The quarterly session of the Coos
County Medical Association held here
Thursday, was attended by six phy
sicians from the county cities. Dr.
Richmond presented two interesting
cases for diagnosis and general dis
Dr. V. L. Hamil
ton was elected to membership in the
organization. On the second Thurs
day in October, at the office of Dr.
Richmond here will be held the next
Those attending were; Dr. L. G.
Johnson, Dr. A. L. Houseworth, Dr.
H. M. Shaw, Dr. G. E. Low, Dr. H.
L. Houston and Dr. Jas. Richmond.
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ouille by way of Lee or Myrtle Point. WANTED— Second hand furniture.
Highest prices paid. Coquille Fur
If time permits the Marshfield road
will also be inspected. The party will
leturn to Coquille on Saturday and
perhaps the tour will be extended into
next week with an over-Sunday break.
OREGON a n d W A S H IN G T O N
District Attorneys Meet.
John F. Hall, district attorney for
Coos county, and L. A. Liljeqvist, who
is employed by the county on special
tax matters, attended a conference of
district attorneys from counties a f
fected by the 0. & C. land grant
cases held in Salem Monday.
conference was called by Geo. M.
Brown, attorney general who has the
matter of prosecution of these cases
Mr. Liljeqvist and Mr.
Neuner, of Roseburg, were chosen by
Mr. Brown to prepare briefs on be
half of the state.
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V illage, g ivin g descrip tive sketch ot
each place, location, popu lation, tele
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But two marriage licenses were is
sued by the county clerk the past
week. They were:
Charles Ellis and Mrs. Maude Ladd,
Charles D. Ingalls and Inez Clare
Stanford, of Myrtle Point.
It is by no means an easy matter to
cure this disease, but it can be done
in most instances by taking Chamber
lain’s Tablets and complying with the
plain printed directions that accom
pany each package.
H O T E L
| cal color. In short a new company
will be formed and stock sold. As
F. D. Waite, of Sutherlin, is here the property is sold off the stock is
and says he ha3 a plaa whereby all redeemed.— Coos Bay Harbor.
taxes and liens against the Kinney
Quick carries the Wisconsin vegeta
properties will be cleared and the
property placed on the market.
He ble and meat cooker, the best on the
claims he has sufficient capital in- market. Will take 14 half gallon jar.
terested to take care of the deal but or 21 quart jars at a filling and cooks
is willing to take in a number of local meats in two and one-half hours— a
residents in order to give the deal lo- saving of over an hour on each filling.
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Only First Class Hotel in the City
We cater to the best trade and our service
leaves nothing to be desired. Special writing
room and sample rooms for Commercial men.
The Patronage of the Traveler is Solicited
Waite Has Plan.
We have opened a branch of our Portland Creamery at
in the Collier Warehouse. Have an experienced cream
ery man in charge and ready to receive your cream,
which may be sent to us by train, boat or auto truck, if
you are not in a position to bring it yourself.
WE PAY THE TOP PRICE FOR HUTTERFAT
and pay you cash for each shipment.
SHIP US YOUR CREAM TODAY ANI) GET YOUR
is our system. Write, phone or call on us for full in
T . S. Townsend Creamery Co.
We wish to announce that we are operating your
own HOME CREAMERY and have spent much time,
effort and money getting it equipped with the best of
everything that we might best serve your interests.
We are giving the same honest weights and tests we
always did and prompt cash payments. We have the
same competent buttermaker as ever and IF DESIRED
Henry Belioni will receive your cream and
Pay Spot Cash for EVERY Delivery
at the very highest price for butterfat.
W e Pay Portland Prices
at our plant AT COQUILLE. YOU PAY NO EXPRESS
TO PORTLAND ON BUTTERMILK. You get your
buttermilk back from us free. I)o business with your
¡tome creamery whose money is invested in your home
COQUILLE VALLEY CREAMERY
CH ARLES B A X T F R , Proprietor
Cut Out the Lost Motion
Southwestern Oregon has come through patriotically in response to
every appeal to assist in the Great War. Our young men have gone
in great numbers, our people have invested in Liberty Bonds and
given freely to the Red Cross.
The slack in our business must all be taken up.
We must cut out
the lost, false and waste motions.
Make every minute and every
The telephone will assist greatly in making for efficiency.
member not to use the phone unnecessarily.
It is lost motion for
you and for the public servants who have more important calls wait
ing on you.
Efficiency Will Win the War.
Coos and Curry Telephone Co.
Belt a G-E Motor^to
Let the G-E Motor take \T .iT
the grind out of your chores.
YSTEMATIZE your household expenses by
opening a bank account for your wife. Give
her a check book and teach her the use of it.
Pay the butcher, the grocer, the baker, with
a check. Then at the end of the month
you’ll find out just how much it costs you
to run the home. When payment by check
is made there never is any doubt as to whether or not
a bill is paid. The check is a receipt.
Besides, a checking account will give your wife a
business education. The number of ordinarily bright
women who know absolutely nothing of hanking is sur
prising. If you are a husband, father, brother, you
cannot tell when death may overtake you, and it is
well that your wife, daughter and sister know some
thing of hanking.
M A K E U P YOUR M IN D T O D A Y
YOUR W I F E A C H E C K B O O K .
G IV E
Motor-driven machines will milk, separate cream, churn, grind tools,
pump water, cut feed and ensilage, grhd and shell corn, split and saw kindling,
thresh grain and perform practically all ordinary tasks requiring steady applica
tion o f power. A G-E motor will soon pay for itself in labor and time saved.
Ask our power man to show you just where a motor will help on
Oregon Power Co.
The Best Prices
If you want to realize the best prices for
Chittam Bark, Oregon Grape Root, Dan
delion Root, Rose Leaves, Foxglove
and all other drug plants, write to
Farmers and Merchants Bank