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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1910)
M E Church
SYNOPSIS OF T H E
A D D IT IO N A L L O C A L .
are cordially invited tCK the
Hptitig line o f felt hats at Robin-
Kaslct morning set vices next Sun The New Monthly Issue of the Celebrated ’ son’s store.
W E D N E SD A Y, M ARCH 23, 1910 day at the Methodist Episcopal
Rend our adds — patrotme our
church. The pastor will preach on
am ong local
the Ressurrectioo theme, and there
Found.— Pair of spectacles. Call
reading five cents per line each inser
(S up erior in Style, F it and Sim plicity) !
tion. Cards c i thanks 50 cents each. will be special music by the choir.
at the H erald office.
Obituary poetry five cents per line,
, Peri-Lusta and Utopia embroidery
itesolutions of Condolence and lodge Come to the EpworlU League ser
advertising five cents per line.
vice at 6:30 p. m. There will be no Call at our Pattern Counter y,re(,d , t Robinson’s
preaching services in the evening
and Inspect the Very ' Wanted— Cattle to feed hay. In-
Chas. A Peterson, Sr , Dies.
but iustead there will be a union
¡quire of Hansen Bros Fairview
Easter service in the South Metho
Again it becomes our duty to re
dist church by the two Sunday
cord the passing of another Coos
That’s what they all say, “ 81a-
county pioneer, a well-known and
1 gle Bros for choice meats.”
highly respected citizen o f Riverton.
Cedar posU for sale.
Mr. Peterson was a native o f Scot - }
J. YV Briggs, P. O box 36.
land, and was an old-time coal
There are three cedar logs on my
Phone M ain 13X.
Board by Day, Weel( or Month
AND FASHION PUBLICATIONS
number of years in Pennsylvania
before coming to the Pacific coast.
Mr. Peterson has been growing
feeble for about two years, but his
case was not
oircle within * circ,e- The owner»
of *•'<» lo8* Bre bereby Dotifie<1 to
remove them at once or 1 will ap-
propriate them to my own use.
regarded as serious
T kbbis .
until a month or so ago, since when
N O TIC E
he had grown weaker and weaker
until the end came at about 1 0 1 AH Coos County warrants drawn
o’clock Saturday night.
He had | on the general fund and endorsed
passed his 78th birthday but three prior to July 1st, 1908, will be
days before his death.
paid on presentation at my office in
The deceased was for many years Coqutlle, Oreg. No interest will be
a resident of Riverton where he allowed on any of these warrants
opened and developed a good (arm * ^ r
Dated this 7th day of Deo. 1909.
as well as a coal mine or two, which
T. M. D immick ,
were evidences of his skill and good
judgment in that line
M E. Church, South.
a wife, three sous and one daughter.
E. M , Charles and Harry Peterson
Next Sunday morning, March
and Mrs. M. W. McCormick.
27tb, the pastor will preach an
The luneral services were con
Euster sermon, and special Easter
ducted at the home in Riverton
music will be rendered.
yesterday forenoon and the inter
At night there will be an Easter
ment took place in the I. O. O. E.
1 program given at this church by
cemetery at this place at 11 o’clock 1
the tueu and boys of the two Meth
on the arrival of the steamer Dis- odist churches of the city. A ll are
patch, which bore the remains to
cordially invited to be present at
this city, as well as a large number
both these services.
o f his friends from Riverton and
Card of Thanks.
other lower river points, who came
to pay the last tribute o f respect to |
L. G. Simmons, of Ashland,
their old friend.
wishes to thank most sincerely, his
Teachers Training School
manv friends o f Coquille who so
benevolently came to his aid in
Arrangements have been com
I financial way during bis late sad
pleted whereby a two weeks’ nor-
bereavement and misfortune.
mal course will be added to the
County Institute this summer, whiclt
will prove of great value to all
“ As an ideal cough medicine
teachers who avail themselves of the regard Chamberlain’s Cough Rem-
opportunity thus afforded.
The edy in a class by itself,’ ’ says Dr. R.
necessary finances to pay the in A. Wiltshire, of Gwynneville, Ind.
structors lias been arranged for, and “ I take great pleasure in testifying
the most competent instructors ob to the results of Chamberlain’s
tainable will be secured. The term Cough Medicine. In fact, I know
will probably be held at North Rend, of no other preparation that meets
and begins August 1 st, continuing so fully the expectations of the
until the 12th. This grew out of most exacting in cases of croup and
a resolution in the district board coughs of children. As it contains
convention last August and will ' no opium, chloroform or morphine
no doubt prove a very valuable ! it certainly makes a most safe,
pleasaut and efficacious remedy for
thing for our teachers.
the ills it is intended.”
F or sale
by R. S. Knowlton.
B y J.
S. L. Lafferty, of Coquille, has
three good horses for sale. 12 and
14 hundred pounds.
YV. C. Laird has just received
several large shipments of wall
paper. Call and look the line
t ver. You won’ t be obliged lo buy.
S L A G L E BROS., Proprietors
Choice F r e s h M e a t s
w a y s on H a n d
C O Q U IL L E O R EGON
COQUILLE PUBLIC SCHOOL.
S pecial O pportunities Off, red in High
S ch o o l W o rk .
40 acres timberland close to the
Coquille river for $700.
40 acres of timber laud close to a
driving stream. Price $800
Just received at Ku ow lton’s Drug
Store, a large lot of the finest onion
sets ever seen in this market.
22 acres, with several acres bottom
laDd, nice house. Just outside the
city limits of Coquille. Price $4500.
10 acres, all bottom, in cultivation,
For Sale.— Studebnker wagon, on Coquille river, J mile from Co
McCormick mowing machine and quille. House and barn.— $2500.
rake. Frank Nelson, Norway.
20 acres, mostly bottom land,
For Sale—-Span of good horses, close to Coquille, ail improved, with
weight 1400 lbs each, 7 and D years nice bouse and small barn, also
W. B. Colvin, Coquille. young orchard. Price $3800.
115 acre farm, 4 miles irom Co
Begin now to provide for a “ rainy
day,’ ’ by placing your earnings in quille, on county road.
the Farmer's ami Merchant’s Bank. barn and other outbuildings, good
orchard. Price $6250.00. $2000.00
The shoes tor woodsmen; Tozier’s cash, balance on easy terms.
— S. F. Shoe«. The gloves for wear
Logger Fear Gloves. E. L . Tozier,
with large trade— no opposition.
Laird, the house furnisher, has a One of the best opportunities in
fine selection of wall paper to select southern Oregon for anyone want
ing to go into the mercantile busi
from. See him before making your
80 aere farm, all bottom land.
For Sale — 316 acres grazing land 60 acres in cultivation, good house
all seeded, 3 miles from Coquille and large dairy barn, good orchard,
for $ 12.50 per acre. Terms. J W . about 20 good dairy cows.
reasonable with terms on part of
T- z ic r’s
C e le b r a t e d
L ogger purchaee price.
Shoes L ive tvon popularity with the
80 acre dairy farm, located on
woods boys. E. L. Tozier maker, the Coquille river, 50 acres in culti
vation, 2 houses, 2 ba-ns, silo, 15
Get your table legs turned at good cows, good orchard. Price is
Quick & Curry s.
They have some right with liberal terms of part of
patterns aln ady out.
Hard wood, tho purchase price.
81 per set.
450 acre stock ranch, with good
For real estate and insurance, house and barn. About 30 acres in
s< e Stutsmnn A C"-
Estates band cultivation, balauce sesned to pes-
Docated on county road
led, abstracts furnish'd and titles wber there is a daily mail.
$6 per aero
Now is the time to have your
160 acres of land, about 15 acres
windows and doors «'Screened. bottom, balance hill.
Quick fi Curry lias the galvanized cleared; fairly good house, quarter
of a mile from school. Price, $900.
Nice cottage, almost new, a bar
Drugstore, a lull and complete stock gain. Price $800.00
of garden seeds, the best that can
Several income business proper
ties in Coquille at reasonable prices.
For Sale.— Span o f geldings. 5
Lot 50x100. Front Street, Co
years old, weight 3 ,000pounds, well quille. A bargain if sold soon.
Inquire o f Wm
3 acres almost wi-liin the business
part of the city with elegant resi
Lyons h J<«nes, Second Street, dence, an ideal borne, (get my price)
120 acres timber land— about 4
ceiies, dry goods, boots and shoes. million feet of cedar and fir— } ce
dar, quarter mile from river. Per
Give us a call
For Sale —Cleveland Bay Stal
Notice of Sidewalk Improvement
Wanted— By a good dairyman
lion and Jack for sale cheap. For and butter-maker, a small dairy
Notice is hereby given that I lie further information call on W. H. farm to rent. For particulars call
at the H e r a l d office.
Common Council of the City of C •>- Lyons, Coquille.
An elegant home with 14 acres,
quille, Coos County, Oregon, pro
Don’ t Forget, that Dr. E. P.
poses to place the aidowltly on grade Bender, the Optometrist, will be at partly bottom land, just outside the
city limits of Coquille. Nice 10 room
on that portion of B street, lying the Baxter the 1st Friday and Sat
house, nice barn, young orchard,
between the north line of First tirday of each month.
nice spriog water to house. A rare
street and the south line of Second
bargain only $35u0.00. Terms.
Those onion sets at Knowlton’s
street in the originnl town site of
were grown especially for him by
the City of Coquille, Coos County, one of|thebest growers of sets in
W A T C H E B T H A T W O N 'T K E E P
the Willamette valley
T IM E .
Therefore, all persons interested
I f yon want the best time-keeper,
are hereby notified to file their ob you want a Son'll Bend Watch.
Yes, I want you to seud me your
jection» t 1 such impro anient with If you w -ot a South Bend YY’atch,
won't keep time,
the unde-signed wi bin ten days go lo Billy S'-broeder.
watches the average vatebmaker
from the -late of the first publica
l'or 8 t l» — HoU-e xnd two lots— cannot fix
No job too difficult for
tion of thiB notice
11 and 12. block 41, E lliott’s Addi- me to do.
No tinkering, but
Dnted ami first published this tion ; known as the YVillard property,
work, and fully
16th day of March, 1910.
price $400. C. A Pendleton.
A. W. K elley ,
At the White House you will find experience
Recorder of the saidCity of Coquil e.
- - » ..
a new fresh stock of ueck-wear,
V. R . W il s o n ,
ftom i m u c h n i - i i i r l s r i s r t iiiia lr r » gloves, hosiery, linens, silks, messa-
The seasoD for coughs nml colds lines, nets and many other lines,
is now at hand and too much care . When
in need —
ol - a —
.. » .............—
- cheap £ ^ T h e safe and reliable twin -jg /B
cannot be usrd to protect the chiid- power, go and see the new gasoline
A child ìh much more likely engine o f S. H. McAdams running,
to contract -liptlieria or scailet a|1(] get his price on tile style yo u
fever when he lias a cold.
T i.e 1 need
q u ic k e r you c o re lita ro l t the Ip ««
Anyone in need ot a Singer or!
C e n tra lly a n d C o n v e n ie n t ly
T ab le Supplied
v v itli t h e H e a t t h e M a r k e t A f
fo rd ».
S a m p le
R o o m s fo r
C o m m e rc ia l M en . T r a n s fe r
o f B a t i n a g e to a n d f r o m B o a t «
a n d ' T r a i n » ..................................
S chneider ,
Arrangements are being made to
admit pupils to any department of
the H igh School without regard to
age. Special classes will be forme-1
when necessary. Any pupils desir
in g to take any part of the regular
work or any special work will be
given credit for the same wheD com-
Special attention given to
singiog, drawing, w ilting, spelling,
commercial and mental arithmetic.
Pupils taking less than the regular
course will be required to remain at
the school building during class pe
riods only. Pupils admitted to the
lower grades at any time. For fur
Tiinherlaml For Sale.
ther particulars, inquire of Her-o-n
O. Anderaon, Principal
N$ N e} Sec 12 T p 28 R 10 W .
C. R. BAltltotv.
Address, Joseph Schrems, Rose
J. J. S tanley ,
D i recto1s
Saws gummed, tiled and set at
H erman O A nderson ,
Quick <fc Curry’s shop
THE N E W
One shipment of men’s spring
clothing has arrived at Robinsou’s
The Woodmeu of the W orld’s Stoie.
160 acre ranch within 4 miles of
Pacific jurisdiction is composed ot
Coquille on county road
the nine slates west ot the Rocky
Mountains, and takes care of its $5,500.
own financial affairs.
It is the
For seed peas, Eatly Heburu and
healthiest territory in the known American Wander potatoes, call on
world, has the largest membership
o f any order in Oregon.
Spiced and iceliug herring, black
invested in Oregon, one halt mil-
lion dollars. The order that con cod. mackerel, bloaters and codfish
stitutionally requires every camp to atR tb in son ’s Store.
carry the certificate o f the sick or
I f you don’ t want to get left
This is the wear a South Bend watch.
order that protects a member if he Schroeder has them.
is forced to enter a hazardous occu
For Rent— Small place near town
pation. The order that erects a
$100 monument over the grave of — 3 acres bottom cleared.
every deceased member, in addition of Harvey Tyrrell, Coquille.
Proprietor and .Manager
»M M f t W W H W M t W W W M W W M I H M M W n
C h s ird 'e r h iin ’»
O f Brooklyn, in the State of N ew York, 011 the 31st day of D ecem ber, 1909,
made to the Insurance Commissioner of the State ot Oregon, pursuant to la w :
C A P IT A L
Am ount of capital paid u p ..............................................................
IN C O M E
Prem ium s received during the year in cash .........
$ 0,307,998 87
Interest, dividends and rents received during the
......... ........... .............................. . ......
Income from other sources received during the year
W. L enrvk , C oquille , O b .
City lots, for residence.
Lot 100x465 feet, with fair house.
Five lots for $500. See J. W.
House and lot— a good buy at
5 acreB of land close to town at a
very reasonable price.
T H E CHANT OF TH E W E S T.
to paying full benefit certificates.
The order that holds the record for
the largest class o f candidates
initiated on any one night in the
fraternal world. It is the largest
reserve collecting order in America.
It has honest, conservative man
agement, a loyal and res;x>nsive
membership. Has all qualifications
to deserve growth and populatity.
I f you have a wife or other loved
ones to protect -join the Woodmen
o f the World; the best is always the
“ Defer not until tomorrow to be
Tom orrow’s sun may never rise.”
Entrance fee $3.00, including ex
amination fee. For further infor
Phenix Insurance Company
Total incom e.................................................... ..
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
miner, having worked over fifty P»*««' le,t there by hiBh w» ter. ODe
years under ground, having spent a marked Y and the other two with a
Special Attentiou Paid to
the Traveling Public.
MCCALL FASHION SHEETS FREE
® ( ^ T h e N p W Rnd Speedy,
t. M i r - ,
M R S . G. R. W I C K H A M
A N N U A L S T A T E M E N T OF
C on .'It
W il! n flke regular lrip$ I »et ween
YYht-tler & Wilson s e n iig
Remedy i. the sole r-dis'-ce < f c h i'e may le accommoda'ed by
C o q u ille R iv e r an J
m inx n.rilher». and
f> w u l those raid ig »I Laird's House Furnish-1
w h o have tried it a re willing t •> n*e ing cs'abli-hmeut
Ft a n c is c o .
. . . . .
any other. \ re. F. F. Stai her, o f
N o S to p -over at W a y Porta.
Rip!- y, W . V.-. »ays;
“ I I >v ■ •
lies \l"ines. low •, March 21 — Etc«trie Light«. Everything in Fir
C lan Style.
never used »nything other tlisn W. P. Cherry, ol Princeton, low *,
Chaitiberlaiii'H Cough Reme lv fur a passenger "•> the Rock Island
my children, a n d it has always given train wrecked at Green Mountain,
g o o d satisfaction.”
This rsmeity in a long distance telephone mes-
contains no opium or other uar -otio snge, says the total dead ia forty'
At Dr. Richmond'« office the 24th
and m«y he piv*n ua Confidently to two, with a large list of injured,
a child sa to an a lull, For sale In Cherry said he helped to remove and 25th of each nonth.
F. J. HAYES
4 8,125,812 68
D IS B U R S E M E N T S
Losses paid during the year...... ..............................
Dividends paid during the veer on capitalstock....
Commissions and salaries paid during the year
T axes, licenses and fees paid during the year........
Am ount of all other expenditures...........................
Value of real etate owned.
Value of stocks and hondB ow ned..........................
towns on mortgages and collateral, etc...................
Cash in hank« and on h an d ......................................
Prem ium s in course of collection and in tran s
m ission........................................................... -
Interest and rents due and accrued........................
Total assets admitted in Oregon
L IA B IL IT IE S
Gross claims for losses unpaid......................... ..
Am ount of unearned premiums on all outstand
ing risks..................... ..................... ...........
Due for comnvssiou and brokerage.................... ..
All other liabilities.................................................
Total insurance in force December 31, 1909
B U S IN E S S
IN O R E G O N
Total risks written during the y e a r....................
Gross prem ium s received during the y e a r » .........
Prem ium s returned during the y e a r ............. ......
Losses paid during the year................................. .
Losses incurred during the y e a r...........................
Total am ount of risks outstanding in Oregon, De
cem ber 31, 1909....... ......................................
T H E N 1 X IN S U R A N C E C O M P A N Y ,
By E. YV. T . G R A Y ’ , President.
.Statutory resident general agent and attorney for service:
YY . C. Chase,
A . P. Lange, Corbett Bldg.
Portland, O r e g .
Do You Know
that we carry in stock the most beauti
o f Jewelry and
the Coquille Val
prices are right
Give us a Trial and be Convinced.
BILLY SCHROEDER, COQUILLE. ORE
N E W M A C H IN E S H O P g
D. SH ER R AR D ,
P R O P R IE TO R
K«>»e Unii iinu, Second Street,
Are prepared to do all kinds of repairing in ma
small —in a scientific and
to Donkey and Gasoline Kngines, Automobiles, etc
■ 1 11 -
Established 20 Years
Blank Books and School
Better Prepared to Serve
the Public than Ever
R. 8 KnoMlton
thirtv-seyeu dead ftom the wreck,
^forget the date.
K N O W L T O N ’S D R U G STO RE