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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1911)
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COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1911
P er Y ear $1.50
other dancer . The floor w u b turned
to them, for they did not get here
served the members of the two or
over to the maskers, who did justice
until day before yesterday, and your
to the occasion.
letter was mis-sent to Coffeyville,
The following officers were in-
Those winning the prises were as
and mamma did not get it until yes
| stalled by the Masons:
Grandma wanted me to
J. E. Quick. W. M.; Geo. E. Peo
Miss Maggie Curry won the first
thank you, too.
She seemed very
ples, 8. W.; C. W. Endlcott, J. W.;
prize as best sustained character,
much pleased. We aFl thlnjc them
I L. H. Hazard, treasurer; R. H. Mast,
the finest we ever saw. They taste
taking the part of a milkmaid; Will j
secretary; E. H. Kern, 8. D.; W.
Hull and Roy Elwood, of Riverton, j
just as good as they look. Really,
■ Culin, 3. 8.; J. A. Collier. J. 8.;
JUDGE COKE HO DECIDES IN
though, I don’t believe we would eat SCHOONER ANVIL TO 1*LY HE carried off the gentlemen's prize for COUNTY ASSOCIATION HELD A J . H. James, tyler.
OLD AND NEW SUHSCRIHERS TO
best sustained character, both ap- j
them at all if we thought they would
The officers installed by the Order
DECISION HANDED DOWN
TWEEN COQUILLE, HANDON
SPECIAL MEETING FRIDAY
THE HERALD GIVEN A ONE-
pearing as a pair of Gold Dust'
keep to look at. Some of the Kings
of Eastern Star were:
AND THAT CITY.
Twins; Mrs. Peter Peterson was
and Bellflowers were spoiling, but all
j Genie Lorenz, W. M.; D. D. Pierce,
the rest kept fine. When you first
awarded the lady's prize for being I
W. P .; Susie Folsom, A. M.; Jose-
the most comical lady character,1
wrote about sending them and told
j phine G. Peoples, secretary; Viola M.
while Gene Wickham got the prize j
us how much the freight was, we ^
Collier treasurer; Eva M. Barrow,
thought you were foolish to send
for being the most comical gentle
I conductor; Florence Sanford, assis-
them, but when we saw the apples
i tant conductor; Edith Culin, Adah;
we did not blame you for wanting
The dance was enjoyed by a very
Emma Liljeqvlst, Ruth; Alice Ev-
IVtition Calling For Flection V| mhi to send them. They are certainly Freight Capacity 300 Tons. — Will large crowd of jolly dancers and all •'h id Meet Will He Held at Marsh land, Esther; Annie Lawrence, Mar
Reduction Made For Rliort Time In
swell in every sense of the word.
pronounced it one of the best events
tha; Josle Lyons, Electa; Mamie
Accommodate 41 Passengers
Quest ion of Prohibition Did
field May 1 — Winter Hasket
Order to Save file Management
One of them would make a hearty
of the season. The music was very
Slagle, warden; J. A. Collier, sen
ami Has Best of Modern
Not Have Sufficient Num
Ball Schedule Begins
meal for a section hand. Do you
good, there being no long waits be
tinel; Ora X. Maury, chaplain; Mary
" *- ’ vnrir in Changing
ber o f Signers.
have all these in your orchard?
• February 2.
Pierce, marshal; Namah Tyrrell,
tween dances and the Paul Jones
Uncle Jim Rea and his two daughters
and the old-time quadrille danc
came Tuesday from California. This
were enjoyed by all. The hall wi.
The following news item, under
As a result of the decision handed is their first visit to Kansas; they
On last Friday tho Coos County
Limit Sold to Stephens.
beautifully decorated and the floor
Beginning Jan. 16, at 8 a. m., and
down by Judge Coke, of the circuit are on their way to Ohio. Think Portland date, will be of interest to being In the best of condition kept High School association held a spe-
Roy Stephens, of Myrtle Point, has lasting until 6 p. m. Feb. 16, 1911,
court, last Friday declaring the elec they will stay here three or four residents of this city and the Co the dancers there until a late hour. cial meeting in the office of County i bought the Limit, a gasoline boat, of
all readers of the Herald will have
tion on the question of prohibition weeks/ They thought your apples quille valley:
Midnight supper was served by the Superintendent W. H. Bunch to con- pi*g(j Von Pegert and intends to do an opportunity to settle all back
Preparatory to incorporating the Baxter hotel. There was the best sider several important matters. towing and freighting on the Co
Illegal, Coos county will continue to great, and say California does not
subscriptions and pay one year In
Oregon Shore Navigation Company, of order and everything passed ofT Principal J. F. Grubbs,* of North qullle.
be “ wet.”
grow any such apples as those.
advance at the reduced rate of $1.00
Bend, secretary of the association,
Judge Coke based his decision on
We all want to thank you for these
the fact that the petition calling for luscious apples. Hope you will have schooner Anvil from Portland to
and Superintendent A. G. Raab, of
This extraordinary bargain offer la
an- election upon the question of pro a “ Merry Christmas” and a “ Happy ports on the Oregon coast, a meeting
North Bend, president of the asso
open to both new and old subscribers
hibition of the sale of liquors in the New Year’s.” . Livingly your niece, of the stockholders was held last
ciation, were both present. Superin
paying one year In advance. The
week at which it was decided to sail
county did not contain the required
tendent F. A. TledLea, of Marshfield,
Maud K. Stanton.
only difference is that old subscrib
the vessel on her first voyage to Ya-
nuirber of qualified signers, and on
and Superintendent H. C. Ostien, of
ers, In order to avail themselves of
quina Bay, Florence, Bandon, Co-
other irregularities. The temporary
Bandon, were also both in attend
this opportunity must pay all back
quille, Gardiner, North Bend and
injunction against the county court
ance. Mr. Summerlin, a high school
BAND DONATED THEIR SERVICES accounts at the same rate, $1.00.
Marshfield January 12.
from declaring the county “ dry” was
student of Myrtle Point, represented
We are not cutting the subscrip
MANAGER NOSLER HALF
therefore made permanent. Follow
The first schedule provides trans J. G. W. LADIES ENTERTAIN GEN that town.
tion price of the Herald. It Is a
portation for which Bandon has been
ing is the decree in full:
The first item disposed of was the
TLEMEN AND KNJOYAIILE
strictly $1.50 paper. It Is worth the
“ John P. Tupper, plaintiff, vs. John
clamoring for months, as the com
coming debates. It was decided to
money and will be made better as
mercial interests have sought ail out
F. Hall, as county judge, E. A
hold these debates on Feb. 10, 1911,
fast as our facilities for publishing a
Anderson, as county commission HFADING ROOM TO BF < LOSFD let to Portland in preference to de
A benefit was given the local Or
and that, after these local debates
first-class, up-to-date newspaper can
pending solely on San Francisco for
er; W. T. Dement, as county com
within the county had been held, the der of Women of Woodcraft at the
FOR A TIMF.— BOOKS NOW
The future of the
At the regular meeting of the J. winner In the outside district should skating rink last Wednesday night
This offer is made at this time be
IN SCHOOL LIBRARY.
“ The above-entitled cause having
schedule, it was announced, will de G. W. club Friday night, which met be invited to come into Coos county and was well attended by those en
cause we are going to change the
been fully submitted to the court on
pend on the strength of the patron with Mrs. J. S. Lyons, the husbands to meet the winning tear here.
office system of keeping our subscrip
One of the pleasant features of
age accorded, for in some places the and gentlemen friends of the mem
the 2 3rd day of December, 1910, and
The question to be debated on Feb.
tion lists, and by paying their sub
A very pleasant event of holiday tariff is low and prohibits cargo be
it having been stipulated* in open
bers. wrere invited in for a social
scriptions for another year before the
court by all the parties that the week was the dancing party given at ing handled regularly unless in large time, about 40 being present.
graph lines in the United States
change is made our readers will save
lots. It is estinvateed that the Anvil
testimony of the witnesses might be
The evening was pleasantly spent should be owned and operated by donating their services for tho occas us a great deal of extra clerical work.
taken and heard orally wihout be Belloni on Friday evening last, un will carry 300 tons, as she has plen In games and cards, and a guessing the federal government. ' The neg ion. Manager Nosier" gave the la
We feel that some compensation
ing reduced to writing, and the court der the auspices of the Woman’s ty of freeboard with 200 tons of contest for which prizes were given ative team of each school goes to dies one-half the proceeds, their
should be given them in return for
coal aboard that she loaded at Seat created considerable interest. In this another town to debate. Following share of which amounted to about
being then in doubt what judgment
this assistance, hence the reduction
ought to be given, took said cause nected with the public reading room. tie.
contest pictures were cut from maga
for this short time.
The beautiful rooms were more
under advisement for further con
On the way from Puget Sound the zine advertisements of well-known
Bandon to Marshfield.
We believe this offer is a liberal
sideration, and being now fully ad than usually attractive in their holi vessel averaged over seven knots an firms and the guests asked to guess
Marshfield to North Bend.
one and should meet with the ap
hour and as she has twin screws, the name of the advertiser. Mrs.
vised in the premises, the court finds,
North Bend to Myrtle Point.
The half-year promotions In the proval of everyone. No one is dis
tion room having been converted with a union engine driving each,
as matters of fact:
Myrtle Point to Coqullle.
elementary grades of the city schools criminated against. Old subscribers
Anderson Lamb won first and Mrs.
“ That the necessary number of into a ballroom for this particular oc her owners feel that there is no Frank Morse the consolation prize.
Coquille to Bandon.
will take place in three weeks, Jan can renew for the same price we
question but that she can make good
names of registered voters on a peti casion.
Arbor day is the date set for the 20. This will be an excellent time
Refreshments, consisting of sand
charge a new one. A one-third re
tion calling for an «‘lection ivpon the
wiches, coffee, cake, etc., were served oratorical contest for the Freye cup. for parents to start their children, duction means that all our readers
question of the prohibition of the availed themselves of the opportunity
Accommodations for 4 4 passengers,
Superintendent S. P. Hockett, of the who are six years old or over. In the
can secure the paper for another
sale of intoxicating liquors as a for an evening of enjoyment and electric lights, a centrifugal ventilat
local schools, was delegated to take first grade.
The regular work Is year at a cost of only about two
ing system, running water and gener
beverage in less quantities than one
charge of the preliminary arrange well In hand and those coming in
A thimble party was held at the ments for the contest, which will be now will receive careful attention. cents per week, and we give our aa-
gallon in Coos county as a whole, at ing of sandwiches, coffee, cocoa, cake, al sanitary conditions, with a mod
surance that no effoit will be spared
the election held November 8, 1910, etc., were daintily served at the con ern galley and saloon are features residence of Mrs. J. A. Coliieer last held in Coquille.
The Importance of beginning the to make it worth ten times that much
was 332; that the petition which was
of the Anvil’s construction, while she
On May 12 the field meet will he work right and of regular attend
To all who so kindly aided toward boasts a smoking room and prome ladies were present. Fancy work and held at Marshfield. Principal J. F. ance is just as great In the first grade to every man or woman Interested
filed and which is described in the
in the news of Coquille and Coos
pleadings herein contained only the making the party a success, includ nade deck. Captain H. F. Astrup, a guessing contest were the features Grubbs aroused a litiij -uthuslasm as in any other. This last period of
names of 321 registered voters; that
formerly of the Alliance and Golden
over the subject ct
qua tic sports the semester is six weeks in length
Remember, this offer is good only
of the said 321 registered voters so helped to furnish the music, the la Gate, who brought her from the Ed Lore'nz won first prize and Mrs. and explained how ih
s in Coos instead of four.
for 30 days. Feb. 17 the subscrip
signing said petition there were 169 dies of the study club tender their north, will be master of the Anvil, J. S. Lyons the consolation. Refresh county are splendidly located for
tion price will be $1.50 per year In
Body Found in Mud.
whose residences were not given, 13 hearty thanks.
and it is planned to sail from Port ments were served.
such sports. The future may see an
advance. If in doubt as to when
whose postoffice addresses were not
land January 12.
interest awakened n':
The body of a drowned man was you» subscription expires, write the
given, 4 4 whose voting precincts were for a time, the books and other read
The last business n-nught before found Thursday afternoon at Marsh
Herald for a statement, which will
not given, 10 who were not shown ing matter having been temporarily
the meeting was the , iking of a field In the mud near the C. A. Smith
be promptly furnished.
to have any residence, postoffice ad
basket ball schedule Cu account of lumber yard.
Friday morning the
dress or voting precinct, and more schools, but it is hoped that before
the heavy financial ;li„'.i resulting body was identified as that of Alex
Born, December 28, to Mr. and
than 100 who gave their precincts as long they may find a permanent rest
from the teams’ expenses the valley Carlson, a logger. It was reported
Mrs. Mintonye, a son.
some city or town, without naming
towns will play two successive nights that he was on the verge of delirium
Born, Thursday, December 29, to
the particular precinct of said city erected on the lots already purchased
CORONER DECIDED DEATH WAS when they go to the bay, and the tremens when last seen on Wednes Mr. and Mrs. Cross, of Riverton, a
or town; that the county court did for this purpose.
schools from the bay vill play three day and it Is supposed he walked off son.
COQUILLE VALLEY MAN HAS
CAUSED 114 ALCOHOLISM
not examine said petition to ascer
successive nights when they come to the dock while in a dazed condition
WON RECOGNITION AS A
tain whether it contained the requir
the valley. Below is the schedule as from the influence of liquor. He was
ed number of qualified signers, and
With the shaft down less than 700
about 40 years old and had lived in
the order for said election set out in feet, enough oil, mixed with gas has
Bandon at North T end Feb. 2; at the county about 17 years. The cor
the complaint does not show that any been found in a test well driven at
Marshfield Feb. 3; at Coquille March oner's Jury found that death was due
of the signers of said petition were Bear creek, seven miles east of Ban
H. I., Stephens, the FIshtrap model four.d at I.ampa creek Friday's TimAt 17; at Myrtle Point Jan. 20.
to accidental drowning.
registered in Coos county, Oregon.
don, to'm ake almost certain the ex farmer, returned from Portland re printed the following:
North Bend at Bandon March 10;
Coroner R. E. Golden returned
“ And the court finds, as conclus istence of a paying oil field near that cently. having been to the metrop
Schetter Accidentally Sliof.
at Marshfield March 3; at Coqullle
ions of law: That said petition and city. Additional machinery has just olis for the purpose of contracting this morning from the Lampa creek March 9; at Myrtle Pc' * March 8.
Otto Schetter, manager o f the AN EFFORT IS BEING MADE TO
order of said county court were not been received from California and his coming year’s seed crop of grain, ramp of the Cody Logging company,
Marshfield at Bandon Jan. 25; at Western 'Union telegraph office at
SECURE A LOAN FROM THE
according to law and were not suf installed. The Mioceene company oi etc., which was accomplished with where he was called to investigate North Bend Feb. 17; at Coquille Mngphfleld, was accidentally shot
ficient to authorize an election there that city, which is sinking the oil out difficulty.
while duck hunting one day last
Jan. 26; at Myrtle Point Jan. 27.
under, and that the election held shaft, is confident of success and has
So thorough is Mr. Stephens In a logger, who was found dead In his
Ed Farrin, who was with
Coquille at Bandor Feb. 24; at week.
thereunder on the 8th day of Novem bought more than 5,000 acres of his farming methods, and the soil bnnlt. After investigating the mat North Bend Jan. 20; at Marshfield Schetter In the boat, was handling
ber, 1910, in Coos county, Oreegon, land believed to contain oil. Should and climatic conditions of Coos coun ter. Dr. Golden decided that death Jan. 19; at Myrtle Point March 3.
J. E. Quick made a business trip
a gun and the sudden lurching of
was illegal and void.
the first well prove the bonanza ex ty are so excellent that the grain and was due to alcoholism and dyspepsia.
Myrtle Point at Bandon Feb. 17; the boat caused the firearm to be to Marshfield Thursday and returned
Davidson was about 55 years old
“ It is therefore ordered, adjudged pected, a dozen more will be sunk seed he raises have become so well
at North Bend Feb. 24; at Marshfield discharged, the shot striking the lat Saturday. He went over In connec
and decreed that the temporary or as soon as the first is working.
known as to create a demand for ar.d had evidently' come from Cres Feb. 23; at Coquille Feb. 3.
ter In the ankle.
The bone was tion with matters pertaining to the
der of injunction heretofore issued
them far in excess of his ability to cent City, Cal. He had been at the
A growing enthusiasm is shown shattered, necessitating the amputa People's Co-operative company, and
Cody camp only a couple of days. among all the schools in every line tion of the foot.
herein be and the same is made per
stated that the prospects of a satis
Bandon Fagle Now Tri-Weekly.
factory adjustment of the company’s
His principal crops are garden He was ailing when he reached, camp of Interscholastic contests. It Is to
Commencing last week the Ban
and only ate two meals. Reed, an be hoped that the friendly spirit ex Farmers H Merchants in New Home. affairs were encouraging. An effort
don Eagle began issuing as a tri peas, oats, barley and wheat. Last
other logger, gave him some medi- isting at present among the schools
weekly instead of a daily. The man season from 40 acres of garden peas
The Farmers & Merchants Bank will be made to secure a small loan
cine^. During the night Davidson of the county will continue. While
agement made the following state he sold about $4,000 worth of seed.
of this city moved Into their new from each of the stockholders, which,
ment: “ Commencing with today this In 1909 38 acres of oats averaged went outside and was heard to fall it Is natural to want to win In a building on Front street Monday if accomplished, will enable the com
by others. They went out and found contest, yet experience shows that
paper will be issued three times a 131 bushels to the acre. This past
morning. While some of the inside pany to resume business.
him scarcely able to talk. They car the victor Is not always the one most
week Instead of six times as hereto season, which was an unusually dry
finishing is not completed the room
ried him back in and a few hours benefitted. The value of these rela
The regular meeting of the city
fore. Under the circumstances we one, his oats and barley averaged
nevertheless presents a beautiful ap
afterw-ards he was found dead.
118 bushels per acre.
tlons, properly maintained, between pearance and is a place of business council, which should have occurred
ItAHREL SHIPPED TO KANSAS
Reed, who found Davidson dead, the students of the different schools
Mr. Stephens considers this part of
to pursue, so until such a time as
of which the officers of the bank are Monday evening, was postponed to
WINS PRAISE FOR SIZE
the advertising shall warrant, the Coos county the finest section of the disappeared soon afterwards and has can hardly be overestimated.
Justly proud. The building is two Wednesday night on account of Mon
not been located since.
He is a
Eagle will be issued every Monday, United States for farming.
stories, built of pressed brick and day being a legal holiday and soma
of the councilmen being unable to
cripple, having loBt one hand.
Wednesday and Friday.” Alden Sea-
j finished Inside in marble and mahog
attend Tuesday evening.
bury has retired as managing editor
any. and is strictly modern In all Its
Dean and Drjrden Families Leave.
Our well-known townswoman, Mrs. and the paper is now conducted by
C M. Waid, formerly of this city,
C. R. Barrow, having shipped a bar Phil W. Pearson and Percy Lewis.
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Dean and Mr.
who left here for Oklahoma some
O ld lle sk lc n ts R etu rn .
rel of apples from her home orchard
and Mrs. C. O. Dryden and children
In Coqullle to her mother and rela
Hail Deer in Cabin; Fined $IOO.
left Saturday morning for Portland,
W. H. Nosier and wife, old resi- thing over a year ago, has written
tives at Cherryville, Kan., has just
going by train to Myrtle Point and
I dents of Coquille but who have been to A. W. Johnson, informing him of
For having a deer in his possession
received from a niece a letter of Irving Ray, who resides 40 miles tip
from there by stage to Roseburg. CEREMONY WAS FOLLOWED BY | living In Eugene for several years, rather a sad experience since going
HALL BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED
to that section.
He has lost two
thanks for the same, which speaks Evans creek from Woodviile, paid
They are undecided in their plans for
, returned last week and will make
BOUNTEOUS BANQUET AND
FOR THE OCCASION.— GOOD
for Itself and for Coos county apples a fine of $100 to Justice of the Peace
the future but expect to visit In
j this their future home. Mr. Nosier children by death and he has bean
EINE SOCIAL TIME.
Mr. Wald and
In the following glowing terms:
Portland for a few months at least.
states that they liked Eugene very very low himself.
Wertz. He was arrested by George
Cherryville, Kan., Dec. 23, 1910.— Loud, game warden. The deer was
| well as a place of residence but
Gar man-A da ms.
Dear Aunt Eva: We are afraid you found by Loud in Ray’s cabin, who
j thought It best to return to Coqullle friends here and at Bandon, having
are thinking we do not appreciate arrested the man and took him to
The grand mask hall given at th e! Married, at the judge's office In
A joint installation of officers was|because „ ( the chf.lren living here, been connected with meat markets at
those line apples you sent, but you Woodviile. Ray swears he did not Heazlet hall New Year's eve by this city, Dec. 27, 1910, Mr. Oscar held laBt Tuesday evening by the
are very much mistaken If you do.
Judge Hall came over from Marsh
Help make the Herald the best
kill the deer but was unaole to Leach's orchestra was a success both D. Carman and Miss Osa Adams, Masons and the ladies of the Order
We had begun to fear they were satisfactorily explain the prrtence of socially and financially, there being both of Coos county, E G. D. Hol of Eastern Star. Following the in newspaper In the county by assisting field Tuesday morning to be present
lost or that something had happened the dead animal.— Medford Mall.
at the county board meeting today.
| a good sized crowd of maskers and j den officiating.
stallation ceremony a banquet was us In getting all the news.
DEBATES ARE ARRANGED FOR
INJUNCTION NOW PERMANENT
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT
GIVEN BENEFIT AT RINK
CLUB HELD REGULAR
MEETING FRIDAY NIGHT
DANCING PARTY GIVEN
BY WOMEN’S STUDY CLUB
COMING SEED CROP
$ 1 .0 0 FROM JAN l 6 T 0 F E 6 .lt
DAVIDSON FOUND DEAD
AT CODY’S LOGGING CAMP
C O -O PER ATIV E CO.
M A Y SOON R ES U M E
COOS COUNTY APPLES
EXCEL CALIFORNIA FRUIT
NEW YEAR’S MASK BALL
W AS DECIDED SUCCESS
JOINT INSTALLATION BY
A. F. & A. M. & 0 . E. S.