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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1910)
Je ra ld .
A C ruel A s s a u l t
A good thing for yon to remem
ber until Xmas.— Rose’s Cash Store.
At Yoncalla, Oregon, Nov 22,
. Capt. Clarence Boice, of Bandon,
19ft), Mrs. Sadie Krewson, wile of
greeted frieuds in this City on
Wesley Krewson, aged abant 21
Wednesday of last w eek.
years, of tuberculois.
Captain tells us th a t be will sood
The deceased is survived by her
re-enter the life saving station at
and itifaul daughter, aged
about one year; her parents, Mr.
Quick A Curry make the galvan-
and Mrs. W. H. Stephens, of Y011-
jzed screen door; standard sizes on
calla, and several brothers, one of
band; spetial sizes made in short whom is Abe Stephens, ol Rose-
order. Also bandy, adjustahla win burg. The funeral was held at
dow screens, ironing boards, sleeva Yoncalla Thursday.— Roseburg Re
boards, bread boards, drain boards view.
and meat safes.
P eo p le's Co-operative Co.
Umbrellas, we have them— all
kinds, plain and fancy handles
Those wishing stock and haven't
and prices. Rose’s Cash Store.
the money and have farm produce, j
There will be services at the bring it along in good shape, we
Presbyterian Church, Coquille, next can handle it.
Sunday morning at 11 aud in the
Also we will soon be ready to re
evening at 7.30. It is expected ceive meats, chickens, turkeys, etc.
that the Rev. Mr. Taylor of Myr
People’s Co-operative Co. Co
tle Point will preach at the morn quille.
Bible School at 10.
Church of Christ.
A cordial invitation is extended to
Preaching Sunday, both morn-j
If you did not get any of the ing and evening.
boiled cider at Thanksgiving for ject, “A Temple of God.’’
mince pies get some for Christmas.
Evening: A special sermon will
Dranekeeps the Diamond W brand. be preached in the interests of the
C. W. B. M. You are especially
invited by the ladies to be present.
Great exeittuent prevailed on the
street near the Postoffice in Co
quille on Monday afternoon when
No M ore O. R & N.
a row between Fred Elliott and two
^ ns, Clyde and Claud, of South
Because of the fact that Robert
Slough, and Charles Bauseh, tern-
3. Lovett is presideut of all the
porarily residing in C o q u ille a t
Harriman railroads, it naturally
thistime, culminated in a mix-up
follows that be will occupy the same
position with the Oregon-Washing-
knocked ont. The trouble arose
ton Railroad and Navigation com
over money matters, and it seemed
pany, which has been merged with
1 that there was something back of-
the Harriman system.
that which implicated a daughter of
As a result of the merging of the 1
Elliott, to whom Mr.
North Coast with the O. R. & N.
Baush had Deen paying consid
into the company mentioned above,
erable attention. The fuss atarted
both the O. R. & N. and the North
near Lyons & Jones’ stose, and as
Coast will to a great extent I obc
Bauseh tried to get away from his
their individual distinction, either
assailants, it was about the middle
of them beiDg only a part of the
of the street in front of the post-
Oregon-Washington Railroad and
office that he was felled.
the mixup Bauseh was struck s e v
Incidentally it is learned from
eral ttmes over the head with a pis
various reliable sources that grad
tol, and it was first thought serious
ually the name of Lovett is replac
ly hurt, however he seems to be
ing that of Harriman and that be
coming out all right at present.
fore long the big truck and its
A preliminary hearing was given
myriad of subsidiaries will be iden
the aggressors in the case yester
tified as the Lovett system.
day afternoon, and the father was
The Harriman estate still holds
bound over to appear before the
large interests in the system, but
grand jury for carrying a concealed
the fact that Judge Lovett is the
weapon, and the two boys were put
controlling spirit has started the
under bonds to appear as witnesses.
The Coquille admirers of this
movement to gradually work in the
Bail had not been secured as we go game had the opportunity to wit
name of Lovett in place of that of
ness a lively contest on Thanks
Harriman. The Lovett idea has
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giving Day between Myrtle Point’s
spread to Portland and other places
B ad Slide at Sugarloai.
high school team and Coquille’s
on the coast, so that when employes
Independents. The steamer Dora
have occasion to, they invariably
speak of the Lovett system instead on Sugarfoaf mountain above the made an excursion, bringing down
school house on Monday night, a goodly number of rooters with
of the Harriman system.
“ We do this to show our respect tons of rock and earth coming down lusty voices who did all their throats
for our chief,” said one of the men into the rcadwsy from the steep would stand for to encourage their
connected with the railroad, “ and mountainside, blocking all traffic. team on, but the Coquille bunch
it is but right, for while the Har The mail going out that night left was a little too many for them, the
riman estate is still heavily inter here at 8 in the evening did not score standtng lo to o in favor ol
ested, Judge Lovett is at the head. reach Bridge until 6 o’clock Tues the local team.
It is he who steers the course of the day morniDg. The new grade that
ship and guides its destinies.” Of was put in during the past summer
A country store with postoffice
course Judge Lovett is not as cannot be used, and it is probable
heavily interested financially ns that it will not be used this winter in connection. A good new build
ing 24x30 feet, good business and
was Mr. Harriman, and perhaps he because the elides keep coming in acre tract of land. Inquire at the
never will be, but nevertheless we
H er a ld office.
recognize that he is the big chief, away. A trail was made around
and that it is but right for us to the big slide during Tuesday so
call them the Lovett lines when the that single horses could get around
matter comes up in an official way. and the mails have had to be trans
And gradually the general public ferred there.— Myrtle Point Enter
will fall in line.”
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WEDNESDAY, NOV 30. 1910.
J. P. O’Brien, vice-president of
the Oregon-Washington R. & N.
company and general manager of
the Harriman lines in this state
left last night on a tour of inspec
tion of the Washington division of
the O. R. & N. He is expected
back tomorrow.— Oregon Journal.
G et-R ich-Q uick M en to Be A r
Oregon M id get Dead.
is easily answ ered by looking over the nifty line
¿1 Christm as goods at K n ow lton ’s D ru g Store.
Fine Leather Goods, Books for Children, for
Handbags, Purses, Bill Boys, for Girls, Gift Books
Books, Card Cases, etc. and the Latest Fiction.
S T A T IO N E R Y
Toilet Sets, Manicure
Lay in your winters supply, while
you can. Alder— the best on the
market. $2.00 a tier delivered.
H and M irrors, Bonnet
Sets, Shaving Sets,Comb
and Crush Sets. *
rors and tripple M irrors.
Shaving M ir
One gray mare, sound and gentle, j
weighs eleven hundred pounds,
9 years old. Also a good varmit j
dog well trained. Guaranteed or
money refunded. A bargain if sold S
Address N. J Magill,
Diamond W boiled cider for
Christmas at Drane’s Store.
Eastman Kodak, a Classy Present.
A. variety of Post Card A l
bums from 25 cents up.
Fine Stationery 25c & up.
P yrograph y Goods, Tie
Boxes, Glove Boxes, etc.
Fine pillow tubing nt the White
House stamped tree of charge.
A full Line of Christmas Cards and
Booklets, Waterman’s Fountain
THE BAXTER HOTEL
New management, new service and a new system. It is
Pens, an ideal Christmas Gift.
the hope of the present managers to make of the B A X T E R
a first class hotel in every sense of the word.
KNOWLTON’S DRUG STORE
Methodist Episc opal Church
The monthly social aud business
San Francisco, Nov- 26.— Moran
meeting of the Epworih League
New York, Nov. 23.— Crusade of
will be held this Friday at Mr.
General Hitchcock round here this afternoon.
against “ Get-rich-quick” concerns
President suspenders are the
The winner in the Boy’s Contest
is expected to cause a general exo most popular suspenders in the
dus ol fake promoters from this world. We have them in fancy will be announced on Boy’s Day,
city. The postmaster general is boxes especially for the holidays. Dee. n .
The subject of next Sunday
determined to send to prison this They make one of the nicest pres
class of promoters who, he says, ents you can buy. Rose’s Cash morning’s sermon will be, “ The
Church and the Nation.” Even
sold the unsuspecting $100,000,000 Store.
subject: "Deborah and the
of worthless securities in the last
From M yrtle Point Enterprise.
five years. Hitchcock declared the
W. W. Endicott has received
Class No. 3 lead in Sunday
government will drive from the
School last Sunday. •
country every “ wildcat” scheme
who separate the gullible investors ter, Pearl, to Mr. John Pressler,
Handkerchiefs, the ki nd that
from their money. Many arrests which took place at Oakland, Calif, give good service. We have plain
Mr. and Mrs. white handkerchiefs at different
are expected throughout the coun last Friday, 18th.
try during the next few days. Pressler will make their home at prices— all good values. Also fancy
handkerchiefs for dress wear, fan
Members of Burr Bros, are to have Oakland, where the groom ie en cy Christmas boxes, etc. Rose’s
cleared more than fifteen million
L. W. Deyoe writes the Enterprise
dollars from their stock and opera
Try a pair of those Newport
that they are as comfortably situa hose. They will wear longer than
ted in their home at Orange, C alif, any other hose on the marxet. A
M any Die in Flood.
as bugs in a rug. Orange is a Lyons A Jones.
beautiful little city of 3,500 and
Cordova, Alaska, Nov. 25.— The
growing fast. It is 12 miles from
number of settlers and
the ocean, to which electric cars
drowned yesterday in sections of
and fine fishing is afforded,
the Bering Valley by the flood is
which, his frieads know, is essen
is still unascertained today. It is tial to Mr. Deyoe’s very existence.
the only up-to-date
believed that many perished as The weather, he says, is like sum
many houses were swept away. mer, with geeen peas, string beans,
The disaster was caused by the es cucumbers and strawberries on the
in Coquille. Give us a call
cape of vast volume of water from market.
Glacial lake in the Bering moun
W. W. Williams, proprietor of
and we will make good.
tains. Great icebergs crashed from the Rock Creek stage station, was
the slopes into the Bering river down last Saturday. He says that
which lias risen many feet, and is they are completing a new 12-room
house which is to be built on simi
lar lines as the Presbyterian manse
Notice is hereby given that my wife,
here and hope to have it fi niahed up
Wiusted, Conn,, Nov. 25.— A within a few weeks. The new sta Mrs. A. M. Magill, has, without provo
fracture ol the skull, received dur tion will afford ample accommoda cation, left my bed and hoard and ra
ing the Thanksgiving football game tions to travelers between here and | fuses to return thereto, and I hereby
' give notice that I will rno longer be re
between the Tierney Cadets and Roseburg.
sponsible for her accounts or any obli
Ed Kaekleff came up from Lan-
the Gilbert Preparatory school re
gations she may incur in the future.
sulted today in the death of Harry
A. M. M aculi »
ily a few days, returning the first
Lee, t7 years of age, a member of
of the week. Langlois is gradual-I
A „ c tin n o »l „
the cadet team.
Lee did not re ly rebuilding. The Woodman arc
gain consciousness after being completing a tin« building, the up- I Dec. 1, 1910, at near Arago, Oregon,
struck. His death is the twenty- per floor of which will he used for [ ^ head good dairy cows, one Delaival
lodgo purposes and the lower floor j avpcrntor (10IX) pounds capacity), one
fourth from lootball this year.
for businesa rooms.
A now and ! ®
,e*m l>°ilerof 6 or8 horsepower. Free
For a job of first-class Mending, comfortable hotel is also being lunch at noon. Positively no stock sold
Dying or Cleaning, or a new suit built by a company of citizens.
at private sale. Terma of sale. One
tailored, call at the rear of the
years time will be given at 10 per cent
Pharmacy building. K.|Holverson.
Fifteen cases of shoes just ar interest buyers must make a Bankable
note. 5 per cent discount on all lunis
We are prepared for the raniy Sea rived at Robinson's Store.
for cash. Sale commences at 10 a. in.
son with a fine line of utnlerellas
Your potrait on a poet cará
S ii . va D omkniohini ,
at the Racket Store.
E. E. Hampton, Auctioneer.
B eaverS Chad wiclj
The perplexing question w h at to buy for Christm as
W ood-W ood-W ood.
Canyonville, Ore., Nov. 24—
age is solicited and, if given, your wants will be cared for in
Minnie Pickett, aged thirteen and
weighing fourteen pounds, died the most satisfactory manner possible.
here. She is believed to have
H A R R IN G T O N & R O B E R T S , P ro p s.
been the smallest person in the
Formerly of the Skookum Restaurant
world of her age.
M oran W in s from Nelson.
WATCHES THAT WON’T KEEP TIME
Yes, we want you to bring us your watches that won’t keep time.
Watches the average Watchmaker cannot fix.
for us to do.
No work to difficult
If you’re looking for a place to have your special or
der work, Jewelry repairing or engraving done in a first class and
prompt manner, bear in mind the following address.
guarantee every job.
We carry in stock Howard, Hamilton, Waltham, Elgin and Ingersoll
Watches, Edison Phonographs, Community Silver, Hand Painted
China and all kinds of Jewelry.
Every article guaranteed.