Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, November 03, 1909, Image 2

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E Church, South.
Cquile Herald.
The Woman’s Home Mission So­
ciety will hold their bazaar, com­
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 3, 1909
mencing Wednesday, November
’ 10 th.
Watch for detailed an-
l.ocal advertisements among local ) nouncement later.
r e a d i n g five cents per line each inser­
Sunday morning the pastor will
tion. Cards c i thanks 50 cents each,
obituary poetry five cents |>er line. preach on the subject, “ Let Not
Resolutions ot Condolence and lodge
1 Sour Heart be Troubled.”
advertising five cents per line.
The third and last act o f "The
| Drama of Life” will be presented
Expression of Thanks
| Sunday night. The subject is "The
The Ladies’ Aid Society desires Wanderer’s Return." Try to hear
t ) take this opportunity of express the last sermon of the series.
in ' their sincere and hearty thanks Large crowds have heard the first
to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Robinson for two, and a good interest seems
their gift of $ 85.50 to them, on their manifest.
Special music at each service
sale day.
Both proprietors and
Everybody
cordially invited.
employees vied with each other to
in ike it pleasant for the girls who
Masson O Conner
helped with the sale, and all passed
as pleasantly as could be wished.
Dr. J. L. Masson, veterinary sur.
Mrs. J. C. Richmond, Mrs. Brown, geon of this city, was united in
Miss Jesse ¡Sweet and the Rev. Mr. marriage at Fortuna, Calif , on Sun­
Holliday rendered valued help for day, the 24th, the bride being Miss
which we thank them. Dr. Rich­ Evelyn O’Conner, daughter of Dr.
mond captured the prize for the D. L O’Conner, of that city, the
Ingest cash purchase; others were ceremony being performed by Rev.
corse in the race.
Hoping a suc­ Mr. Watson of Fortuna.
Dr.
cessful business life to both Mr. and I Masson left for California last Fri­
Mrs. Robinson, we are
day and returned to Myrtle Point
Yours respectfully,
with his bride Tuesday.
They
Mas. J as . N oslkk ,
have rented the Chas. Southmajd
house and have commenced house­
Mas. R. H. S mith ,
keeping there.
Dr. Masson has
Mas. L. B. T ozier ,
been in Myrtle Point for several
Committee. months practicing hie profession
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and has made many friends here
Dairyman’s Meeting
who will unite in extending con­
gratulations and welcoming the
There will be a dairyman’s meet­ bride to her new home.— Myrtle
Point Enterrtrise.
ing held in Coquille on Nov. 27 th,
for the purpose of perfecting an
To the Public
organization, the object of which
I wish to correct the impression
will be the promotion of the best in­
terests of our dairy people in gen­ of some that I am the Dr. Kelly who
era). A rousiug meeting of a full lived near hero several years ago
representation ot those interested is I came direct from Pennsylvania
three years ago, and shortly there­
desired.
after located at Ilandon.
I prac­
ticed medicine continuously in the
NOTICE.
All Coos County warrants drawn east for twenty-five years.
Dr. J. D. K elly .
on the general fund and endorse I
prior to May 1st, 1908, will be
paid on presentation at my office in
For Rent—Good dairy farm, car­
Coquille, Oreg. No interest will be ries 15 to 20 cows.
15 good cows
allowed on any of these warrants
on place for sale, alao 15 head of
nfter October 31th, 1909.
Dated this 27th day of Oct. 1909. young stock, farming implements,
separator, etc.
For particulars see
T. M. D immick ,
County Treasurer. C. I. Green, Lampa.
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With the Closing of the Tail.
ADDITIONAL LOCAL
Seattle, W n„ Oct. 29.— With the
closing of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific
Exposition, Washington State Uni­
versity, on whose campus the fair
was held, become« » large benefi­
ciary. The board of r< gents inherit
property valued at $1,(158,088. Of
thia amount, $600,0110 represents
permanent buildings erected by the
state and loaned to the fair; $207,-
935
represents
seml-permanent
buildings put up by the state now
available for the university and the
balance consists of improvements
; to the campus and structures put
j up by other interests, which have
been bequeathed to the University.
This makes the Seattle institution
one of the best equipped in the
whole country.
On a rainy day, when in town,
drop in and get one of those um­
brellas at Rose’s Cash Store.
The official figures show that
3,740,551 persons passed through
the exposition gates during its 138
days. The gross income to dnte
amounts to $1,519,438 14, which
will read a million and a half when
all collections have been made. Ad­
mission uetted $1,096,475, the re­
mainder coming from concessions,
revenues and other rentals.
After
all debts have keen paid, at least a
hundied thousand dollars will he
left to apportion among the original
stock holders.
In reviewing the
success of the exposition, the Post
Intelligencer says:
“ As a simple
matter of justice, it ought to be
said that the newspapers of the
state have helped to make it a sue
cess; indeed, uo other single in­
fluence has contributed more to the
success of the exposition than the
influence of the intelligent and pro­
gressive newspaper-makers of the
state.”
Instantly Killed
CIRCULATION
The L arger the Circulation,
the More
Sure
the
Results
When you are in need of job
printing-printing that is printing­
printing that is printed right, you
should
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W e don’ t w ant all your Money— just a little o f it will do
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W e are here to stay with you — Get our price» and you will stay with us
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MILL W O O D
Leave orders with Allie Miller or at Mill office.
extra load with each ton ordered
R ough
and
D ressed
L um ber
M o u ld in g s , E tc.
j AASEN BROS.,
of
all
Coquille, Oregon.
One
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W. L
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C oquille , O n .
House Moving.
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J. D. Myers, who recently moved
down from Remote, lias purchased
the residence vacated by Mr
tint
Mrs. Burkholder when they moved
to their beautiful new home
The
cottage purchased by Mr. Myers
was'bnilt a year or so ago by Mr.
Burkholder, and is a ueat, conven­
ient and modem home, with which
its new owner is much pleased.
Four citv lots, for residence.
The shoes tor woodsmen; Tozier’s The best buy in the city.
—S. F. Shoes. The gloves for wear
6 o acres river bottom land, no
Logger Fear Gloves. E. L. Tozier. improvements, on county road and
Price $ 65.00 per acre.
J. VV. Brewer, of Guatemala, who railroad.
115 acre farm, 4 miles lrom Co­
has been here visiting his father,
House,
P. H. Brewer, of Kisbtrap. for a quille, on county road.
barn and other outbuildings, good
Toiler's
Celebrated
Logger
couple of weeks, started for his
orchard. Price $ 6250 . 00 . $200000 Shoes have won popularity with the
home Friday.
cash, balance on easy terms.
woods boys. E. L Tozier maker,
Lyons k Jones have a large liue
36 acres all bottom land, 10 or Coquille.
of comforts and blankets to choose more acres in cultivation, balance
Price
from. Give us a call, our prices j easily cleared; barn only.
$ 4000.00
are right.
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180 acre farm, all bottom land,
I w a n t to thank the gentleman 100 or more acres cleared.
Fine
who bought the beautiful opal ring house and barn, all necessary farm­
H. H. ORINNOLO, Prop.
last week, also the lady who pur­ ing tools, 35 dairy cows. Price per Successor to \V. A. Goodman
chased the elegant back comb and ocie $ 112.00
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80 acres, 35 acres bottom land, to Coquille,
the gentleman who purchased the
acres in cultivation, house and barn,
carving set, for their patronage. 5 millions feet fine timber. J mile Is prepared to do all kinds of
Also the other customers who came Irons railroad. Price $ 7500 . 00 . The House Moving on short notice.
in to see me. Tell others to come timber is worth more than the price
Jack Screws for Rent.
too. Appreciatively, Billy Scbroe- asked.
ro acres, all bottom, in cultivation,
der.
on Coquille river, J mile from Co­ Charges R e a s o n a b l e .
J L. Briggs arrived in town Fri­ quille. House and barn.— $ 2500 .
day morning from an extended trip
General merchandise business
through the Willamette valley. He with large trade—no opposition.
thought of trying that part of the One of the best opportunities in
state for residence, hut has con ­ southern Oregon for anyone want­
cluded to remain in C oon for the ing to go into the mercantile busi­
ness.
present.
50 -acre farm, j mile river front­
Thoroughbred Brown and White age, 30 aeies bottom land mostly
Leghorus and White Plymoth in cultivation. 20 acres low bench
L'ockrels for sale. $1.00 each.
J cleared and in grass. Good orchard,
C. Watson, Coquille, Oregon.
also 30 young fruit trees: 6 room
/2 Gauge
Good dairy-
The grand masque ball given house, nearly new.
"RepeatingShotgun
4 -horse
Hallowe’en at Nosler’s Hall by barn and dairy house.
wagon, mower, rake, plows and
Gage’s Orchestra was an unqualified harrow. Price $ 8000 . Terms.
The 12 gauge ffhrr/7/f
success. There were about oue
repeater is a gun of perfect
160 acres of land, about 15 acres
proportions, and has one-third less
hundred muequeradeis, and a jolly bottom, balam-e hill. Very little
parts than any other repeater.
It
time was hail. The prize winners cleared; fairly good bouse, quarter
handles quickly, works smoothly and
shoots cloae and hard.
of
a
mile
from
school.
Price,
$900.
were:
Mrs. O. T. Nelson, milk­
The M a rtis» solid top prevents
120 acres t tuber land— about 4
maid. taking a beautiful picture,
powder and gases blowing back; the
million feet of cedar and fir — 3 ce­
while Earl Nosier, as a cowboy,
side ejection of shells allows instant
dar, quarter mile from river. Per
repeat shots ; the closed-in breecbbolt
carried off the honors for the gentle­ acre $ 20 .
keeps out all rain, snow and sleet, and
the dirt, leaves, twigs and sand that
man, receiving a nice mirror.
The
Lot 50x100. Front Street, Co­
clog up other repeaters.
music was all that could haye been quille. A bargain if sold soon.
A ll 1 2-gauge 7/7axY/n r e p e a te r s h a v e
desired, the floor iu excellent con­
d o u b le e x t r a c t o r s th a t pull a n y sh ell, a n d
th e a u t o m a t ic re c o il h a n gfire sa fety lock
dition, andjeverythiogjwent smooth­
m a k es th em th e sa fest b re e ch -lo a d in g g u n s
We have both new and second
b uilt.
ly until all were tired of h iving a hand iu the following lines, dressers,
777<ir/7ft I t g a u g e re­
good time.
commodes, iron and wood beds, bed
p e a te rs In t h g :e d is ­
t in c t m o d e ls, m a n y
K. Holverson, the tailor, has just springs, mattresses, floor matting,
g ra d es a n d s t y le s .fu lly
sewing machines, in fact almost
d e s c r ib e d in ou r 136-
received a large lot of samples of everything needed for the house or
p a g e c a t a lo g .
F ree
fo r 3 s ta m p s p o s ta g e .
suitings. Call and see thorn and camp. Come and look through,
get his prices.
you will be surprised at the great
7% e77?ar/i/i fire a rm s Co.,
variety of articles to be found in
42 Willow Street.
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
School House Fire
our store. C. M. Goodman A Co
Ou Friday afternoon, as the Co­
quille public schools were being
dismissed, it was discovered that
the building was on fire.
When
the alarm was given the pupils all
marched to the street in good order,
clearing the building in a remark­
ably short time, and when it wai
known all were safe, Professor
Anderson and bis assistant, Mr.
Lyons, with a number of the high
school boys went to work in a sys­
tematic manner to baffle the flames
until the firemen reached the scene.
It wu 8 soon ascertained that the
Slight Earthquake Shock
fire had started between the chim­
On Thursday night between io ney and casing around it, which
and 11 o ’clock the coast of Oregon entirely encloses it through the two
and Northern California experienc­ stories. The casing is very close to
ed a distinct earthquake shock, but the chimney and a piece of board,
with not severity sufficient to do evidently dropped by a carpenter,
hid ,'o lged between. In this posi­
any damage.
At Portland it was distinct, caus­ tion the bunid became hot enough
ing the disheH in cupboards to rattle to take fire, and the crackling at­
and the tinware about the houses tracted the attention of one of the
to make its sell heard.
As far boys, who gave the alarm.
Two chemical fire extinguishers
south as Redding, California, it was
quite severe, frightening the people kept at the building were brought
into service at once and two young
considerably.
men
made a hasty run to the court
Throughout this county it was
very light, many not noticing it at house where more extinguishers
A ht.se which had
all, while others assigned the dis­ were obtained
been
borrowed
for
cleaning purposes
turbance to various causes until
similiar experiences were generally and which fortunately had not been
known.
Eureka and Fertidale, returned, was attached to the hy­
drant and a stream turned upon the
California, seem to have been the
flames through a bole cut in the
localities receiving the heaviest of casement. By the time the fire
the shock, but neither did they company arrived the flames were
suffer any damages from the quake. under control, though they were on
.
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tho spot in a very short time eft* r
the general alarm ivas given, aud
Margaret lies Coming
the large hose brought iuto action
The Margaret lies Co. passed goon extinguished the last vestige
through to Myrtle Point yesterday of fire.
Much praise is due the Professor»
aud played to a large and enthusi­
and high school hoys for their good
astic house last night, and returned
judgment and prompt action in thia
today en route to Bandon, where matter, as a few seconds more and
they will delight the people tonight the structure would have been
I After their engagement at Ramlon doomed. The flames were leaping
is fulfilled, they return to the bay from tlie casing about the chimney
through the atic to the roof, which
till the 18th, when they will arrive j
would have been aflame in a very
in Coquille for a three-nights’ en short time. The damages are nor­
I gagemeut
This clever aggregn mal, the roost being from the effect
tion is always haileil with delight of the w .ter.
| by all Coquille theater-goers.
If
member the dates, Novembc. Is
A Word to the Wise 1
When you want to circulate
your advertising, you should circu­
late it in the paper that has the
Johnnie Smith, a sixteen-year-old
boy, was run over and instantly kill
ed on the Smith-Powers logging
road on South Iulet this (M onday)
forenoon.
Meager details of the
accident have been received lure.
The body will be brought iu this
afternoon and the funeral will be
held from the Wilson undertaking
parlors at 8 o ’clock tomorrow morn­
ing.
It seems that Young Smith was
riding with his father who had been
running the engine ou the road but
a few days.
As they were taking
the train of cars down, the train
was hitting up a considerable speed,
and the boy’s father told him he bad
better jump off. The lad jumped,
but it happened they were going
through a rather narrow cut and he
either hit the bank and rebounded
or slipped and fell under the train,
six cars passing over the body and
badly mangling it.—Coos Bav Times.
FOR SALE-
House
MRS. G. R. WICKHAM
their plays are objectioable
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Proprietress
nearly all coni-tin a moral anyone
Phone Main 13X.
could appreciate
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This distressing disease results
from a disordered condition of the Sample Hoorqs
Nice Batljs
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Liver Tablet*
Get a tree sample Special Attention Paid to
at R. S. Know ton's diug store aud the Traveling Public.
try it.
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Your indignalion
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almost lost in your admiration of
J udge Lindsey’ «game, single-handed
fight and your realization that he i 9
performing a magnificent public
service.
You’ ll find the
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