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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 11, 1908)
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Entered as second-class matter May
Oreiton, under act of Congress of March
PH YSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office at Slocum’ s Drug Store.
C o o c il l e , O r e g o n .
otlio 1 Phone Main 123. Kesideoe, «20.
A. F. Kirshman,
D entist .
Offloe two doors South of l’ ost ofiloe.
Dr. C. IN. Endicott
Onice on Front Street
Phone Main 431.
E. D, SPERRY
Attorney find Connoellor at Law.
Oflfioe in Robinson Building
IN. C. CHASE.
Office in Robinson Building, Upstairs
C. R. BARR0IN
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Fifteen Years’ Experience
C o q u il le C i t y , O rk
J. J. STANLEY
C o q u iix H , O r eg on
A. J. Sherwood,
A t t o r n e y - a t - L a w ,
N o t a r y P u b l io ,
A t t o r n e y - a t - L a w ,
N ota ry P u b l ic ,
Hall & Hall,
A tto bn k ys - at
Dealer in R e a l E s t a t i o f a l l ki nd s.
E. G. D. Holden
L awykb ,
J ustice of the P eace
U. S. Commissioner, General Insnrano«
Agent, and Notary Poblio. Office
in Robinson Building.
The second mouth of school clos
ed with an enrollment of 341. Num
ber of boys in school 169; girls 172.
There were 209 absences during the
month and five tardy marks. Num
ber of pupils neither absent nor
In order that there may be a
closer relation between parents and
teachers in regard to the where
abouts of the children attending
the public schools uniform excuse
blanks have been provided and will
be sent to the parents by the child
ren who have been absent. The
parents should fill these out and
send them back not later than the
day following the receipt of same.
Blanks have also been provided for
the teacher to fill out and send to
the parents when any pupil has been
detained after 4:00 p. m. These
blanks tell reason of detention and
number of minutes detained. Any
child detained after school will be
given one of these blanks filled out
and parents should require them of
The public school is the servant
of the people to the end that boys
and girls may become better citi
zens. The attitude of the parents
in regard to the conduct of their
children is one of the most essential
features of the public schools.
To those parents who have boys
or girls in the basket ball teams I
will say that the girls practice hour
is at 4:00 p. m. and they should
reach home not later than 5:00 p.
m. The boys practice hour is at
7:00 p. m. and they should reach
home not later than 8 : p. m.
Yours for better schools,
Herman O. Anderson.
There is no case on record ot a
cough or cold resulting in pneumo
nia or consumption after Foley’s
Honey and Tar has been taken ,as it
will stop your cough and break up
your cold quickly. Refuse any but
the genuine F oley’s Honey and Tar
iu a yellow package- Contains
no opiates and is safe and sure.
E. J. Slocum.
Myrtle Point Item s.
Mr. II. J. Dement who has been
visitiDg for several weeks in the
Klamath section and at Grants Pass
returned on the 1 st inst having had
a moat enjoyable trip.
Mr. Max Dement and family have
rented their ranch and moved into
The Fireman’s bail given on Oct,
31st was largely attended and
a very enjoyable time had. A good
surplus was realized.
Mr. and Mrs. Cbas Broadbent
entertained a number of their old
time friends at a Halloween Party.
The house was beautifully decorated
with autumn leaves and Oregon
grape whilegrinning jack-o-lanterns
disfigured a ghostly light from every
available point, games suitable to
the occasion were indulged in and
much fun enjoyed. The hostess
had prepared a tempting lunch
which was a reminder ot the season.
This is the hrst time in fifteen years
the same crowd had been togather
among those present were Mr. C.
Huling, D. Giles, 8 . D. Pulford, E.
Lane, B. Greene, H. Guerin, L.
Roberts, Mesdames S. D. Pulford,
E. Lane, B. Greene, H. Guerin, L.
Roberts, Misses Laura Wise, M.
Huling and A . Giles.
Dr. K. A. Leep took his depart
ure for Eugene the 1st of the week
for an indefinite time.
Men Past Sixty in Danger
More than half of mankind ovei
sixty years o f age suffer from kid
ney and bladder disorders, usually
enlargement of prostate glands.
This is both painful aud dangerous,
and Foley’s Kiduey Remedy should
be taken at the first sign of danger,
as it corrects irregularities and has
cured many old men of this disease.
Mr. Rodney Barrnett, Rockport, Mo.
writes; “ I suffered with enlarged
prostate gland aud kidney trouble
for years and after taking two bot
tles o f Foley’s Kidney Remedy I
feel better than I have for twenty
years, although I am now gi years
old. E . J, Slocum.
A good dairy ranch, five miles
The W o m a n ’s Study Club. below Bandon. A fine chance for
anyone wishing to go into the dairy
At the club meeting held Octo | business. 30 or 40 acres of good
ber Hist, with Mrs. Figg, two topics | beaver dam land; 160 acres in
imder the general head of “ Holland’ ' all A fine stream of water running
were considered. Mrs. Nye pre \ through the place, plenty of fish,
sented a paper on “ Life and amuse being near Boak lake, plenty of fruit
ments of" these interesting people, and berries, also near the ocean and
after which an article on Amtser- Sunset City addition to Bandon,
dam was read by the club members good roads school handy, com
mands fine view of the Ocean, well
Club met with Mrs. Lawrence on broken from winds, shell fishing
handy. Old age cause of wishing to
Saturday last, where the following
For particulars see Ed Taylr’,
papers were presented. One on the on the place.
“ War of American Independence as
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an European struggle” by Mrs.
W n lr lie r t F it t e r n Y .n r i.
White and “ General religious con
“ For fifteen years I have watched
ditions’ ’ of Holland, and “ Early the working of Bucklen’s Arnica
Salve; and it has never failed to cure
any sore, boil, ulcer or burn to
which It was applied. It has saved
us many a doctor bill,” says A. F.
Hardy, of East W ilton, Maine. 25 c.
School commenced Monday with
at Knowlton’s drug store.
Miss Wilson as teacher.
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Public School Notes.
No Case on Record
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, W EDNESDAY, NOVEM BERII, 1908.
26: No. 10.
8 , 1905, at the poitofflce at Caquille,
Maurice Hooten, spent several
days in this vicinitj last week doing
Coos Bay News.
Prizes for Best Essay.
Mrvr-n Y e a r n «■ I ’ r o o l
F IR S T N A T IO N A L B A N K
piONEER MEAT MARKET
Fresh and Salt Meats.
COQUILLE VALLEY PACKING CO.
and Horse Shoers
ify are figuring on a
Stationary or Marino
Engines Carried in Stock.
weeks from the date of the first publi
cation of this summons, tow it: With
in six week from ihe 28th day of Octo
ber, 1908, and if you fail to appear and
answer on or before the 9th day of De
cember, 1908, that date being the last day
of the time prescribed in the order of
publication, judgment will be taken
against you for want thereof for the re
lief demanded in plaintiff’ s complaint,
a succinct statement of which is as fol
lows : That plaintiff's title to lots one,
two and three, of block three of Port
land Addition to the town of Bandon,
in the County of Coos and State of Ore
gon, according to the plat of said addi
Rev. I F. Williams Testifies
tion on file and of record in the office of
Rev. I. W. Williamson, Hunt the County Clerk of said Coos county,
ington, W. Va., testifies as follows: he quieted as against defendants and
of them, and that defendants be
“ This is to certify that I used Foley’s each
fo:ever enjoined and restrained from
Kidney Remedy for nervous exhaus setting up any claim of right, title or
tion and kiduey trouble, and am interest in or to said land or any part
free to say that Foley’s Kidney thereof, for her costs and disbursements
this suit, and for such other and fur
Remedy will do all that you claim in
ther relief as to the court may seem
for it.” E. J . Slocum.
meet and equitable.
Service of this summons is made by
“ Dement’s Best’ ’ is the flour publication in pursuance of an order
by Honorable John F. Hall as
Drane sells it,
! county judge of Coos county, Oregon,
A nice line of Gbambrees, and | dated the 27thday of October, 1908.
lace collors just in at O, Willsons <fc Dated this 27th day J. of J. October,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Any additional information which
may be desired will be cheerfully
furnished on application to the
chairman of the committee.
William Bittle Wells,
R. I. Eckerson,
B. A. Thaxter.
Portland, Oregon. Oct. 20. 1908.
Susie Evernden, returned home
the latter part of the week from thb
lower river. She is just recovering
from a seige of the typhoid fever.
Capt. Olsen, M aster.
This district has voted a special
W ill make regular tripp be* a
A. B. Daly last week sold a 1\X
road tax that will bring about $5000
Coquille River and San to improve the road the coming 10 loading and road-building en.
gine to the Smith-Powers Co., to be
N o Stop-over at W a y Porte.
The new piece of road built this used at their camp at Cunningham,
Electric Lights. Everything in First
season by contract and accepted by on the Coquille. He also furnishes
the countv does’nt seem to stand as a Covel automatic band filing ma
The Newest Thing in Town it has cut through in several places chine for 18'inch saws, for the Smith
already with what little rains we mill,and a six-horse power stationery
Is the Gents' Furnishings
have had unless a few more dollars engioe for Henry Holm.
are expended on it it will be almost
Mrs. McCormac left overland for
impossible this winter. The rock the city this morning. Dr. McCor
put on were not of a good quality mac has been in the city for some
He has on display a
and was put on too sparingly. It is time, where be went with their
shame that when the people pay daughter, Mrs. French, who is u j.
fine line o f goods,
for roads that they cannot be made dergoing treatment at a hospital
up-to-date In all re
substantial but that a certain a- and is improving. The Doctor has
mount of money has to be thrown bought a fine autombile, and a tour
all friends in to ex
through Southern California is con
amine goods and get Prices.
® ^ T T h e New and Speedy,
D. L. PERKINS.
Coos Bay Oil and Supply Co.
offering the best Bargains in
Wa have completed a thorough, up-to-date
A b stra c t
P lan t.
We are now ready to furnish correct ABSTRACTS at short
notice, and orders will rcceivo careful and prompt attention.
Marshfield office adjoins Flanagan & Bennett Bank
Coquille Post Office.
MARSHFIELD PHONE, 143.
COQUILLE PHONE, 191.
Phone at our expense when ordering ABSTRACTS.
TITLE GUARANTEE & ABSTRACT CO.,
J. S . Barton, Abstractor.
Henry Sengstacken, Manager.
a b str a c ts
Before purchasing Har
A B ST R A C T S
Marshfield and Coquille, Oreqon.
A B STRA CTS
The People’s Market
ness elsewhere, get our prices.
E. L. TOZIER
Attorney JaB. T. Hall’s sight is
limited to one lamp at present, his
right optic having been operated
on by Dr. Straw, who removed a
foreign growth which was threaten
ing his sight.
L. H. HAZRAD, Citili*
R. E. SHINE, V I « Prêt
The Oregon Society of the Sons
of the American Revolution offers
prizes to the pupils of the publio
schools of the State of Oregon, for
essays ol subjects connected with
our War lor Indepen.lence.
Prizes of »20.00 and »10.00 will
be awarded for the first and second
best essays written by High School
pupils on either one of the follow
1. Foreign Aid in the Revolu
2. Washington’s Greatness— In
What Did It Consist?
Prizes of »20.00, »10.00 and three
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
of $5.00 each wil be awarded for
Notice is hereby given that the Beaver
the first, third, fourth and fifth best Slough Drainage dlstrct will receive bids
essays, respectively, written by for the construction of that part of the
Grade pupils on aDy one of the fol drainage system not heretofore let,being
I about 400 feet, commencing at river
banks situated in the Beaver Slough
1. The Causes of the Revolu | Basin in Coos county, Oregon, and all
prospective contractors are hereby n o
tified that said district will receive and
2. The Battle o f Saratoga.
3. The Navy in the Revolution consider bids for the constrction of said
drainage system complete or any por
We are headquarters fo r everything in the meat line. Your
4. The Battle of Bunker Hill.
All ditches to be dug and alt dykes
wants always receiues prompt attention.
The essays are limited to three constructed along tire lines and at the
thousand words each, must be writ
ten in the student’s own handwrit survey of Baid drainage »ystem, now on
file at the office of the County Clerk for
ing on one side only of the paper,
Coos county. Oregon.
W. L. McADAMS
and accompanied by a certificate
Any and all successful bidders will
from the writer’s teacher, stating before the commencement of the work
that the writer is a pupil in desig be required to enter into a written con
nated class, and that the teacher be tract and give a bond with good and
sufficient sureties for the faithful per
lieves the essay to be the pupils own
formance of their contracts.
unaided work. The essays must be
All bids to be forwarded in sealed en
signed by the writer, giving also velopes, marked “ Bids for Contract in
his or her postofifice address. They Beaver Sough Drainage District,” to J.
CARRIAG E AND
L 0 G G E R S "S U P P U E S
should be forwarded to Mr. B. A. A. Davenport, Coquille, Coos County,
Oregon, before the 28th day of Decem
AN D 0'UTFITS
Thaxter, Chairman of Committee,
ber, 1908. Rights reserved to reject any
443 Eleventh street, Portland, Ore and all bids. Dated November 9, 1908. Coquille
Beaver Slough Drainage District,
gon, and should reach their desti
John Yoakam, President,
nation not later than January 31,
J . A. Davenport, Secretary,
J. K . McLeod.
In awarding these prizes the com
Board ol Trustees.
mittee will be governed by consid
In the Circuit Court of the State of Or
egon lor the County of Coos.
2. Accuracy of statement.
Janet B. Robison, P laintiff,]
( Suit in
3. Manner of treatment
H. J. Dexheimer, and G. W . j Equity.
4. Orthography, syntax
Write us— we will save you money and time.
To H. J. Dexheimer and G. W . Dex
heimer ;the above entitled defendants:
5. Neatness and legibility.
In the name of the state of Oregon—
These prizes are offered to en You, and each of you. are hereby noti
Also a complete line of launch supplies gas
that you are required to appear and
courage love of our country and the
answer the complaint filed against you
and Distillate iu any quantity.
study of its history.
in the above entitled suit within six
HARNESS and EXTRAS
The safe and reliable tiwn - _ ^ 9
J SHERWOOD Prei.
“ I have had seven years of proof
that Dr. K ing’ s New Discovery is
the best medicine to take for coughs
and for every diseased condition of
OF C O Q U IL ibB , O R E G O N .
throat, chest or lungs,’ ’ says W. V.
Henry, of Panama, Mo. The world T ran n n cts a General B an k in g B u sin e ss
has had thirty eight years o f proof
that Dr. K in g’s New Discovery is
Board of Directors.
the best remedy for coughs and
colds, lagrippe, asthma, hay fever, R. C. Dement,
A. J. Sherwood,
National Bank o Commerce, New York ( itgr
hemorrhage o f the
L. II. Hazard,
^rocker Woolworth N’l Bank, San Fra 1 is««
lungs, and the early stages o f con
R.E. Shine. First Nat’l Bank of Portland, Portland, Or
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sumption. Its timely use always
prevents the development of pneu
monia. Sold under guarantee at
Knowlton’s drug store. 50 c, and
» 1 . 00 . Trial bottle free at Knowl
ton’s drug store.
C- A. Smith is expected here from
The Big creek school commenced Minneapolis within a few days, on
The Celebrated B era man n Shoe last Monday week with Miss Elling- a business visit.
D EALER IN
The Strongest and Nearest Water
A. H. Powers returned last week
Proof shoe made for loggers, miners son in charge.
prospectors and mill men.
Joe Evernden bagged three wild from a business trip to Minneapolis
621 Thurman Street
He reports times very dull in the
cats last week,
P o r t l a n d , O regon .
Fred Nosier purchased six fine East, with laborers willing to work Repairing o f Harness and Shoes.
Jersey cows last week for bis B ig for almost any rate of wages.
Manufacturers o f
.50 P e r Y e a r
DEAN & HEMSLEY, FLOPS.
We wish to announce to the public that
we carry nothing but strictly first-cla i
Have You a Good meats.
Everything that is found in an ii] -
I. A. TURNELL
( E xpert P iano T uner )
Two Tunnings a yearfor $5
Restringing, refelting and all general repairing.
Prices reasonable as possible and guaranteed.
First Class Work and Material.
Leave your orders with Herald Office
Front Street, Coquille.
W hen You W a n t Good Coal Buy
at the Scales