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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1917)
daughter, Rena, Mr. and MrB. J. C. able damage *u the timber and it is Anderson.
"a'-age and son, J, C. Jr., and Mr. thought that by this method some at
Coquille: Dr. Hamilton, Dr. Rich-
and Mrs. E. D. Graham went to Ban least may be deterred from setting mond.
on the launch Queen last Friday fires if they know that discovery
Myrtle Point. Dr Pemberton, Dr.
H LM don
and spent several days on the beach means sure death without a trial.
returning Sunday evening.
Manager McKenna announces that
Bandon: Dr. Houston, Dr. Gale,
There was a meeting of the Coos the poles fur the high power line' MarghfieW. Dr. Horsfall, Dr. John-
Bay Presbytery at the Baxter House have been set to a point several hun- son Ur Hougeworth ami Dr. white(
here on Wednesday, at which the prin dred feet beyond Cedar Point and who takes Dr. Straw’s practice.
cipal business transacted was the dis that the stretching of the wires will
it ..was the opinion of the meeting
solution of the pastoral relations ex be begun in a day or two over this
that no married doctor ought to go
isting between Rev. J. F. Vernon and section of the line. The high power to the war while any single doctor
the Presbyterian church at Myrtle line leaves the county road at that remained in practice in the county.
point, crosses the railroud and follows
The Coos Bay Times reports that along the west side of the railroad
Coquille-Myrtle Point Hoad.
'T 'H E A n sco Vest-
five young women from Bunker Hill right of way to a pomt beyond the
P o c k e t S p eedex
summit where it again follows the
catches swiftly moving
On the Coquille-Myrtle Point road
work in the Eastside mill of C. A. wagon road to Henryville. The poles the work of making the big fills at the
figures without a hlur.
They get $2 a day at the
It g et* in to a ctio n
work of making the big fills at the
start and are credited with doing bet out on the railroad and the first load Collier bridge and across the Jacob
quickly when every
is expected to go out in a day or two.
second counts. You
The poles between here and Cedar sen orchard and garden steadily pro
can change the focus,
Point have all been properly guyed gressing. The latter looks to be about
R. H. Poole, one of the Port Orford
the speed and opening
and the work of installing the trans three-fourths done, the material com
o. the shutter instantly
former opposite the Bledsoe house is ing from sharp elbows of the hills on
1 here with his uncle, A. T. Boldon, and
and accurately while
ahead nicely and will be finish either side. To the east, nearly in
viewing the image in
went on to Portland Sunday morning
week. This will be the dis front of Dr. Kirhman’s residence, an
the finder. Let us show
to answer a summons to the colors.
tributing point for the city service entirely new roadway is being cut
you this camera.
He has been assigned to tne Surgical
through twenty feet of hill to elimin
Other Anscos $2 to
division, where his work will be the and all the lines in the city will di ate a sharp curve. Even when the old
inspection of surgical instruments
gravelled road is left intact as a foun
R. J. Galbraith, who lives with his dation for the paving the state is to
F uhrm an’s
D. F. Dean, former editor and pub
do, the roadbed has to be widened and
lisher of the Herald, is in this city
this week meeting old friends. Mr. the river, came in yesterday with a in fact almost doubled in width to
Dean is at present located at Halsey story which it will be well for all make the required twenty four feet.
where he and his estimable wife have hunters to read and carefully con When this road is finished three autos
sider. While his two little girls were will be able to pass abreast anywhere
charge of the telephone exchange. He
says he is having the time of his life playing on the board walk which leads on the road. Considerable rock is
! shaking hands with his old friends from his house to the railroad Sun being struck in cutting away the hills
day , they were
by now, but it yields readily to the pick
, badly , frightened
| and will remain another week before
a sharp sound near them and an m- anJ requires nQ blastin(,.
Mrs. Owen H. Knowlton went up to returning to his present home.
vestigation by their father resulted in
Powers Wednesday for a visit with
C. A. Howard leaves tomorrow for the finding of a bullet embedded in
New stoves and ranges at Quick’s.
Curry county where he will attend the board within a few feet of where
He expects to they were playing. The bullet is ap Also a full line of second hand wood
Dr. Hamilton announces a 10-pound teachers institute.
boy born to Mrs. Walter Laird at the leave with his family for Eugene parently from a 30-30 rifle and was and coal stoves.
early next week. Mr. Howard and fired from the hills north of the coun
Coquille Hospital yesterday.
A major operation will be performed Mr. Almack will exchange houses dur ty road, judging from the angle at Alfalfa Coining Into Its Own.
on Mrs. Higginbotham at the Coquille ing the coming school year, Mr. Al which it struck the board. It was
Commenting on the prejudice that
Hospital by Dr. Hamilton tomorrow. mack having a home at Eugene which embedded over three-fourths of an formerly existed against alfalfa as a
Mr. Howard will occupy while he oc inch in a dry fir board, which is con
Miss Ethel Tollock, of Eugene, has cupies id’-. Howard’s home in this
feed for dairy cows and the way in
clusive proof that it came with suffi-
taken Miss Cecelia Hoffman’s place city.
it has been slowly overcome
cent force to have killed any person
as stenographer in Roadmaster Mur
A modern prairie schooner passed which it may have struck in its fall. everywhere the Pacific Dairy Review
through our streets yesterday which Mr. Galbraith is much incensed over goes on to say:
The latest triumph for alfalfa, how
Dr. Hamilton performed a success caused no little comment. The mo the occurrence and justly 30 as this
ful major operation upon Mrs. John tive power was an ox team, which dif is undoubtedly but one instance of ever, comes in the report that the
McAdams at the Coquille Hospital fered from the teams of this nature in many which are of daily occurrence hundred-thousand-dollar milk conden-
bygone years in that the driver di where irresponsible people are al sary at Modesto has opened for busi
Mrs. Helen Nye and Mrs. Fred Bel- rected his team from the seat of the lowed to handle high powered guns. ness and welcomes every pound of
loni have been down at Langlois for wagon with lines in place of the goad Parties shooting high power rifles good alfalfa milk that it can get,
By an ingenious should always determine before firing while Armour & Company are about
the past two weeks visiting their of former years.
method lines were attached to the ox just where the bullet may go if its to build their second condensing fac
mother, Mrs. Cope.
tory in the rich alfalfa- dairy section
Fred Slagle expects to leave some en and they seemed well trained to flight is uninterrupted by intervening of Salt River valley, Arizona. There
time next week for Marshfield where the modern method of driving.
is seldom anything so good that it
he will enter upon his duties as sales
Bird Nosier met with a painful ac
does not arouse some kind of objection
man for the Goodrum automobile cident while working out on the Ore
and alfalfa in this respect has been in
gon Power company’s new line One Dealer in each town to handle company with the silo and purebred
The Hazard and Endicott camping
dairy cattle. In fact, not only are
Delion Tire Sales Co.,
parties returned from Brewster Sat small brush when he hit his left
the “alfalfa districts” attracting
81 Fourth Street,
urday morning after a couple of weeks thumb just below the joint. He was
dairy enterprises of all kinds, but it
spent at that popular camping place, immediately brought into town and
is making new “districts” for itself
Dr. Hamilton sewed the partially dis
the Ko-Kt-1 Kanu Klub grounds.
every year and we predict that in
Died—At his Parkersburg home, another generation small, indeed, will
Lee Jollty announces another of membered digit together again.
Tuesday, August 28, 1916, Thomas W. be the production of dairy products
those popui. ' open air dances at the
Geo. A. Robinson and Geo. S. Davis
Pastime pavilion for next Saturday and their wives returned Tuesday Drane, aged 72 years, 10 months and that do not have their origin in alfal
night. Good music and a good floor from a three weeks’ camping trip. 5 days. Funeral services will be held fa and its nutritive ally—corn ensil
insure a good time to those whc at They went first to St. Martin’s in Coquille tomorrow, Wednesday, up age. It is the combination to which
Springs for a week and then spent on the arrival of the steamer Tele we must look to supply our people
graph. Interment at the I. O. O. F. with dairy products produced on an
L. A. Langley and daughter, Mil four or five days at Portland during cemeter.
From there they
dred, of Bandon, passed through town Buyers’ Week.
today enroute to California where Mr. came down to Eugene and went 60
To Leave But Two
Langley will look over the country miles up the McKenzie to Foley’s
Leave Traps in Trenches.
with the idea of making his future Springs where they spent a week.
They had a lot of good fishing anu
To recommend the number of phy
“What do you think made that
sicians and what physicians should be wound?” asked an offiejr who was
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene enjoyed the outing immensely.
Schroeder at the home place three
The Herald man this morning re retained in the cites of Coos county conducting me through one of the ad
miles above this city, Monday, August vived a letter from J. P. Michels to care for the civilian population, vanced hospitals on the Somme, point
27, a 9-pound daughter.
Grandpa in which he states that Co. A. Oregon limiting the number to be withdrawn ing to the badly swollen and lacer
Stanley is still wearing a beatific Engineers have been transferred to for federal service, occurred a meet ated ankle of a soldier that was just
The puffy and dis
smile these days.
Camp Fremont, Menlo Park, Cal., ing of the auxiliary medical defense being dressed.
committee at the Marshfield Chamber colored flesh might have come from
Mrs. J. S. Barton and family leave
of Commerce Wednesday.
The ac a severe sprain, but two or three
tomorrow to take up their residence gineer Corps and all their quarters,
tion was taken at the request of fed Hack punctures on either side indi
in their cottage at Bandon beach for with s-reened mess houses and that
cated that the injury was a more ag
the remainder of the summer. J. S. each company has its individual bath
For North Bend, Myrtle Point, Co gravated one. “If there was a trop
to be able to spend his Sun
house. The camp consists of 25,000 quille, and Bandon, the retention of ical river about,” I replied finally, “I
days at the cottage.
of land donated to the govern two doctors in each city was deter should hazard a guess that the man
The deer hunting season was closed
training purposes. They do mined upon. For Marshfield it was i had stepped into the mouth of an al-
last week by Governor Withycombe
! ligator, or had been nipped by one
requested that four be held.
until Sept. 1, owing to the great dan not know how long they will be at
The doctors in the various cities I while swimming. As I never heard
ger from forest fires.
whom the defense committee rec of alligators in the Somme, I fear I
comes meanwhile the bars will proba there. He sends best regards to hxs ommended for retaining here were: shall have to give up. What did do
bly be kept up awhile longer.
North Bend: Dr. Edwards, Dr. it? ”
M. McDonald yesterday completed
Fred Minard was over from his
Lakeside timber camp last week for
a visit with relatives. Mrs. Minard lease his barber shop to W. E. Buell,
The papers will no
has been here for some time visiting of Roseburg.
her parents and has been quite ill for doubt be signed vithin a few days.
Only First Class H otel in th e City
the past week but is slowly recover Mr. McDonald w." move with his
family to Portland
re he feels
We cater to the best trade and our service
there wi'l be a better f r,
J. E. Norton arrived home today
leaves nothing to be desired. Special writing
and for his daughters v/l v .
from a three weeks' trip to Oregon
room and sample rooms for Commercial men.
pleted their business court ■ *nv c
and California wholesale points. He
now looking for situations. Mr. fan
will call this his annual vacation
T he P atronage of the T rav eler is Soli» ited
will be remembered by many as cp j
though it has been filled to the brim
prenticed to J. L. Thompson while I k !
with business since his departure three
was running a barber shop in this city
CHARLES B A X T F R , Proprietor
several years ago. Since that time
Charles Baxter, the genial host at he has worked in many cities and has
Hotel Baxter, is sporting a new Over gained a wide experience in his trade.
land car the past few days and is be He is expected to arrive with his fam
coming quite adept in its management. ily the latter part of the week.
Charley says when he wants to go
Cut Gui *he Lost Motion
The first detachment of U. S. sol
fishing now he wont have to wait for diers to come to Coos county arrived
Southwestern Oregon has corn through patriotically in response to
the rest of the crowd to get ready.
every appeal to assist in the C reat War. Our young men have gone
in Coquille yesterday and were taken
in great numbers, our people lave invested in Liberty Bonds and
J. A. Juza, in a letter received this out to their station on the Middle fork
given freely to the Red Cros,.
morning, informs us he is now sub by Fire Warden Crouch in his Buick
bing on both the Journal and the Ore car.
The slack in our business m st all be taken up.
We must cut out
There were five men in the
gonian and is getting much cosmopol squad and it is understood that their
the lost, false and waste Motions.
Make every minute and every
itan experience, and incidentally some orders are to “shoot to kill” in case
coin of the realm. His present ad they discover any parties setting
The telephone will assist greatly in making for efficiency.
dress is 104 E. 18th Street, Portland. fires which may lead to destructive
member not to use the phone unnecessarily.
It is lost motion for
you and for the public servants who have more important calls wait*
A camping party composed of Mr. forest fires in that section. This is
| ing on you.
and Mrs. Frank Dungey and daugh but one of the many parties which
Efficiency Will Win the War.
ter, Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Fred McClel are now out in various parts of the
lan and George and Margery. Mr. and state, sent out to protect the forests
Mrs. Bert Jones and Gladys and Wil- from depredations from fire bugs.
Coos and Curry Telephone Co.
l.-ird. Mrs. Amy Willard and daughter. Many fires have been started along
] iivena, Mrs. W. S. Graham and i the coast which have done immeasur
H O T E L
B A X T E R
“Trench trap,” was the laconic re
ply; “or, to be more exact, u wolf
Ever since the steady pres
sure of our advance began to tell—
since the Boche began to realize that
he would have to continue backing
up before our attacks —the Germans
have been leaving them behind in the
trenches, or laid ii. inviting little run
ways through the wire entaglements.
Not many of our men were caught
after the first day or two—we have
only had two or three cases here—
but several scores of traps have been
discovered, along with a lot more of
diabolically ingenious contrivances
designed to i amper our advance or to
ive us pause in the matter of occupy
ing abandoned dugouts. In fact, the
dodging of the trench trups has adder!
quite a new zest to our latest a t
The T. S. Townsend Creamery Co.
Is the first company th a t has loc^. 1 in
your vicinity that pays CASH for but-
terfat as soon as it is delivered. Years
of creamery and cheese factory experi
ence has taught us th a t the Cash Plan
is the most satisfactory way for every
body. We are paying 4 8 cents for but-
terfat today, delivered at Coquille.
T. S. Townsend Creamery Co.
Phone 161, Coquille, Ore.
M BPV « 1
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 Belloni will receive your cream and
Pay Spot Cash for EVERY Delivery
at the very highest price for butterfat.
We Pay Portland Prices
at our plant AT COQUILLE. YOU PAY NO EXPRESS
TO PORTLAND ON BUTTERMILK. You get your
buttermilk back from us free. Do business with your
i onic creamery whose money is invested in your home
COQUILLE VALLEY CREAMERY
- a o 0 -
Belt a G-E M otorio
Let the G-E Motor take
the grind out of your chores.
Motor-driven machines will milk, separate cream, churn, grind tools,
pump water, cut f - 1 ai d c i1 , gii ! and shell corn, '•¡•lit and aw kindling,
thresh grain and perform pract- a Mr all ordinary tasks n q uirr-g steady applica
tion of power. A ( j -E motor ' 1 . n pay f< r itself in labor and time saved.
Ask our power man to show you just where a motor will help on your farm.
Oregon Pow er Co.
Coquille, O regon
The Best Prices
If you want to realize the best prices for
C hittam Bark, O regon G rap e Root, Dan
delion Root, Rose Leaves, Foxglove
and all other drug plants, write to
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