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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1911)
LO C A L N E W S .
P H Y S IC IA N AND 8 Ü KOKON.
The Golden Rule. ’— C. H
Hicliiuoiul liarker B uì M ìur .
I.lght wagon tor sale cheap at
O. 1\ Seeley, of Seven Mile, was in
- ; town Sunday.
O oliti LLi, O kkuon .
Offlo' Phone Main 211.
A1 Garten and wife were Marshfield
Dr. C. W. En dicot t
Don't forget the Herald's bargain
j subscription offer.
Koscoe Miller, of Norway, was a Co*
j quille visitor Tuesday.
Office over First National Hank
Plione Main 431.
A ttorney and (\nuioollor at Law.
Otfioe in Hobiuaou liuildiuK
IN. C. CHASE.
A T T O R N E Y A T -L A W
Offioe in Hichmond-Hnrker Building.
C. R. BARRON
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Office Phone 335 Main
C o q itii . i . k C i t y , O hr
J. J. STANLEY
I.A W Y E R
A. J. Sherwood.
A t t o k n k y - a t - L a w ,
Born, to Mr. and Mrs.
The Hupmobile will do anything or
New and fresh groceries always
day, Jan. 16, a boy.
go anywhere a heavier car can do or
on hand at Drane's store.
Bom, at Bridge, Oregon,
| C. hong, of Bandon, was a Coquille go ; and stand abuse which their dead Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Wilson, a girl.
i visitor the first of the week.
Born, to Mr. and Urs. Geo. Hart
The new $900 Hupmobile is the first
Wanted— A ll kinds of furs by Geo.
ley, Wednesday, Jan. 12, 1911, a girl.
touring car of 110-inch wheelbase, slid
j T. Moulton, Coquille, Ore.
Bom, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schroe
ing gear transmission and Bosch mag
Harry Krihs, of Myrtle Point, was neto to be sold for less than $1(M0.
der, o f Myrtle Point, Tuesday night,
. in town tlie first of the week.
Jan. 18, twin bovs.
For a Job of first-class mending,
George Pope, of Norway, was a busi dying or cleaning, or a new suit
H IG H S C H O O L N O TES
ness visitor in Coquille Monday.
tailored, call at the rear o f the Phar
| Roll Anderson, of Seven Mile is macy building. K. Helverson
Some new pupils were enrolled in
spending a few days in Coquille.
Kennett Lawrence is spending the both the first and secorwi grades this
Henry Radabaugh and daughter week visiting at home, having come up week. N ext week it is expected that
»e r e in from Norway last Saturday.
from the Aberdeen mill last Friday. the first grade will receive many more.
Tlie mill lias been shut down for re This week closes the first half of the
Reduce U corsets at Lyons &
school year. N ext Monday the report
Jones’, the finest on the market.
Marjorie and George Lorens came up cards will be handed out and promo
Oliver Wilson left for Bandon Tues from Bandon Saturday and returned tions will be made.
TH E FORERUNNER.
R . K N O W L T O N , P res id e n t
G E O . A . R O B IN
\ \ V Pres.
day morning to be gone a few days.
YE talked awhile with the engineer.
The gasoline engine in the main
Monday, visiting over Sunday witn
R . H . M A S T , C ashier
If you ate looking for bargains in their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. building has been put in running order
shoes, Robinson's Store is the place.
Except that he runs on a track that’s
by Mr. C. Van Marter and with the aid
f the fans the proper heatir? of the
A marriage license was granted Sat
Mr. and Mr*. E. A. Tyrrell came up o
. . . . . .
^Vhlle 1 drove the Overland coach and
urday to John Cottle and Roee I-eiby.
from the Aberdeen mill Saturday even building is more easily obtained.
The present indications are that Myr- ' f coach and six—across that plain
White Spray and W ebfoot flour ing and visited the latter’s parents,
I That now hies past in the window pane.
Mr and Mrs. D. D. Pierce, until Sun tie Point will not enter into the de- I ]
$ l -65 per sack at Lyons ft Jones'.
bates. I f this is the case North Bend This chap has a throttle In his hand.
day aftern on.
And there’s never a ticklish turn to
Mrs. Geo. Kribs, of Arago, visited
CAPITAL STOCK $25.000
will come here to debate Feb. 10.
J. M. Nye, Jr., one o f the stock
relatives in town a few hours Monday.
“ Die Deutsche Klasse” meets every 1 held the ribbons, understand.
holders in the Coquille Mill & Mer
a shotgun always rested rear.
Seed oats for sale. Apply to W
Monday night to eing German songs N And
o headlight gleamed on the faint rough
cantile company, arrived here Wed
S. Eachus, Belieu place, near Arago
and to study German life. This week
they met at the residence o f R. S. When I was the one who carried mall.
You can get anything yeu want
C. R. Langley, manager o f the Knowiton.
] The engineer sits as warm as toast
in (he grocery line at Lyons ft Jones.’ Home Telephone conpamy, was over
As he perches high on his iron hoss.
“ HE Vise Pres
But many's the time I'v e looked the ghost « J. SHERW000 Pres.
Fred Schroeder visited relatives at from Marshfield Tuesday on business
When the norther swept the plains
G a s a n d O il.
Norway Sunday and Monday o f this connected with the company.
Natural gas and coal oil in abundance
S. M. Nosier is again agent for the is the pleasing announcement made by , That endless, pitiless, frozen plain
New Hosiery— You w ill find the old reliable De Laval Separators. the prospectors at Stone. There is no That whizzes past through the window
best hosiery in town at Lyons ft Sample machine and extra parts doubt but that both gas and oil have
—A rthu r Chapman.
always on hand.
Call in and see been reached in paying quantities. As
T H E G O S S IP E R S .
OR COQUILiLiB, OREGON.
For Rent— New cottage In east the new improvements on them.
noticed els-ewhere the Home Oil and
T N his hour o f pain and shame.
ern part of town.
Inquire at this
\Y. H. Boyles has been doing some
When revenge the devli sought
T r a n s a c t s a G e n e r a l B a n k in g ' isiness
repair work at the court house this their capital stock to half a million
L ittle tongues of fire he wrought;
Tongues to lie and twist and turn.
Jack Miller, o f Myrtle Point, passed week. A new lock has been fitted to dollars, feeling assured that the recent
through town Tuesday on his way to the front door and transoms put over discoveries warrant them in doing so.
Tongues to slay the high end holy.
tlie doors of the assessor's and treasur Gas is now continually flowing and in
Boird • ( Director»
Tongues to slay the poor and lowly;
Corres; * '
to earth the tongues he sent.
sufficient quantities to produce a large
A . J. Sherwood,
National Bank 9 Cot
New York Oi
For Sale— Three timber claim re
There to work his fell Intent
L . Harlocker,
L . H. Hazard,
Crocker W oolw
T o whisper, hint and smirch and aneei
. ?an Franci
A1 J Weiner, with Henry. Rhine & volume o f fire. The work o f drilling
E. E. Morgan, B ai
And to fill the world v U b ft.:r.
R E. Shine.
Find Nat l Tank : 1
Co. of San Francisco, greeted his many has been delayed some on account of
Foul with gossip that can kill
friends in Coquille on Sunday and Mon it being necessary to take up 750 feet
Everm ore to work his will.
E. C. Roberts, of Myrtle Point was
day o f this week. This is A l's first of casing and enlarge the hole, but
a business visitor in Coquille last Sat
The little tongues o f hell
trip since March and his many friends they are now continuing the drilling
Stili sem e the devil well.
and customers were glad to see him.
Have you tried a pair of those
oil in paying quantities will very soon
George Henninger. ol Fisiitrap, was
be reached.— Oregon City Courier.
Newport hose? 25c a pair at Lyons
W illin g to Be the Goat.
in town Saturday and Sunday visiting
J. L. L A I R H , Proprietor.
“ ’Why should the spirit of mortal
his sister, Mrs. N e»ton Plyler.
be proud?'” quoted I be impassioned
Y O U R SH O E TRO UBLES
Reg S Wright, with Murphy, Grant Henninger lias just recovered from a
Leaves Myrtle I’<■ T
'y ! S o'clock
& Co is waiting on his many customers severe attack of typhoid fever and has
p. m., carrying n.
i 1 passengers.
Then be paused a moment to let It
What is more uncomfortable'and ag
not been to town since last October.
Arrives at Roaeb rj
■ ing evening.
gravating than an ill fitted shoe?
Monday, Jan. 16, a marriage license
Stage leaves R. -
'..lily at at 6 a.
“ Well.” spoke up a half inebriated I 1
Quick & Curry make the galvan
Make up your mind that for once in man in the audience. “ I’ll be the goat. I
was granted Algie Hansoe and Aman
m. Special rigs for ] u s at any time.
ized screen door; standard sizes on your life you will have a shoe that sat
Why should it?” —Chicago Tribune.
hand; special sizes made in short isfies you to the smallest detail, a shoe
Ned Kelley le ft Tuesday morning order. Also handy, adjustable win
that does not slip at the heal nor pinch
N O T IC E T O D O G O W N E R S .
for Marshfield, expecting to be gone
dow screens, ironing boards, sleeve at the toe, a shoe that will not wrinkle
boards, bread boards, drain boards or run over at the side. Make up your
Notice is hereby given that the Home Telephone 461.
Farmers T / phone 156
Mr. and Mrs. Shirley, who have and meat safes.
mind that this time you will have a | annual licenses on dogs in the city
been visiting in Marshfield, returned
Big Money— W e want an agent in shoe that follows perfectly the line o f of Coquille are now due. The city
every town; salary and commission; your foot, that from the very day you ordinance provides as follows:
Charles Conrad came over from
“ The owner or persons having in
references required; for full partic first put it on, feels cool and comfort-
Marshfield Monday morning, being en
ulars address subscription depart able, and that will retain its trim and charge any dog kept or owned with
route to Bandon.
ment. National Sportsman, Inc., 75 i stylish appearance under the test of in the city of Coquille shall on or
John Donaldson, the Prospet mer Federal St., Boston, Mass.
before the first day of January in
N ew management, new service and a new sy tern. It is
chant, spent a few days in town the
Our Royal Chinook shoe combines each year pay to the city recorder
When buying a cough medicine for these three features, style, comfort the sum of $2.50 for each and e v e ry ' the hope of the present managers to make of th
first of the week.
Mrs. Aus Gartin, formerly o f this
male dog; the sum o f $10 for each a first class hotel in every sense of the word.
Y i :ir patrou-
Rose's Cash Store.
place but now o f Bandon, is visiting lain's Cough Remedy is most effec-
and every female dog, which shall
■ d for in
age is solicited and, if given, your wants will
tual for colds, croup and whooping 1
here this week.
receipt from the city I ,
entitle him to
cough and that it contains no harm
owner's 1 l ne most satisfaetorv ilianner possible.
Lyons & Jones have the pure pine
BARRED recorder designating
ful drug. For sale by all dealers.
P L Y H O L T H ROCKS.
apple juice at. 25 cents per bottle.
name and the number of the license.”
HARRINGTON & ROBERTS, Props
When given as soon as the croupy j Our matings have prefuced stand-
A nice cool drink.
A ll dogs found within the city
Formerly of the Skookum Restaurant
W hen your children need shoes re cough appears Chamberlain’s Cough ard-hr«*<l specimen* of exhibition quai- limits of the city of Coquille without
member Itobinron's Store carries the
croup and prevent all danger and 365 day*.
largest stock in town.
the city marshal and $1 extra will
Thousands of Baby Chicka and Eggs for Hatching be charged for same and if not paid
With the new stock just n, Rob cause of anxiety.
inson’s Store lias more shoes than they mothers use it successfully. Sold by , B ook your orders now for spring de then the dog will be killed.
JOHN HICKAM ,
livery. A few cockerel* from heavy lay
have shelf room for.
Constipation is the cause of many ing stock for 15 00.
Mrs. Bert Rice and children came
Ply mouth Place, Poultry Yards
over from Marshfield Monday to visit aliments and disorders that make
friends and relatives.
FRED BACH M AN, Drop.
life miserable. Take Chamberlain's I
A. M. Magill, having
Rev. T. B. McDonald returned Mon
Lift my bed and board, notice is
day afternoon from Bridge, where he your bowels regular and you will !
hereby given that the undersigned
avoid these diseases.
For sale by j
N O T IC E T O T A X P A T E R S
held services Sunday.
will not pay any debts contracted by
Harvey Tyrrell, of Pros per, was in all dealers.
A. M. Magill, Eden Valley.
town Friday. Mr. Tytrell is fishing on
From a recent letter from Mrs. B led-: Taxes for the ytar of 1910 are due her.
the lower river this year.
soe to a friend here, she 9tates she and and payable on or after February 1st,
FO R SALE.
Guy Gattin. Tom Maas and L. Lar Mr. Bledsoe will remain in Los Angeles 1911. Three per cent rebate up to
A ooqntry store with postoffice in
son, of Marshfield, were Coquille visit this winter and will continue their March 15th. From March !5thto April
A good, new building
journey on to Mexico in the spring, 3rd pay taxes at face.
ors Friday of last week.
There will 1* no further notice of the 24xJ6 feet, good business and acre
they having bought property in Mex
Webfoot flour at Lyons ft Jones'
Inquire at the Herald
ico and are going to look after their amount of taxes due sent out by mail, tract of land
$1.65 per sack. Try one sack and
except where, the taxpayor* request it office.
you will want another.
Mrs. Chas. E. Famum, o f Riverton, and fnrnitii s lift of tlie property on
FOR s a l e :.
K. E. Hampton, of Arago, »a s a
underwent an operation at the Home which they desire to pay.
caller at the Herald office last Saturday
hospital at Marshfield Tuesday, Drs.
(o renew his subscription.
banks-Morse stationary gasoline en
Sheriff and Tax Collector.
Richmond, Horsfall and Golden per I9 tll
gine, new. At a bargain if sold at
Full line of ladies’ patent kid and forming the operation.
She rallied ;
gnnnietal pumps, catchy and up-to-date from the effects of the operation nicely
once. Address R. W. Sqviire. Pros
F s irh s a k s -M o rw E n gin es.
Rtylea just in at Robiuson’s.
and it is thought she will soon be on
J. S. Lyons, has received a sample per, Ore.
Reservations for berths on the S. the way to recovery.
Fairbanks-Morse new 1911 model
3. Elisabeth for San Francisco, call
Do you know that fully nine out ; gas engine and has the same on ex
fresh salmon, right
at Fuhrman's Pharmacy.
of every ten cases of rheumatism are hibition on the floor of his garage
from the river, call at the ferry.
For fruit, ornamental trees, ber
He They are to bo had each morning.
ries, rose bushes and shrubbery give due to cold or damp, Or chronic rheu interested to call and see It.
matism, and require no Internal has the agency for this engine for
Geo. T. Moulton your order.
Apply Cham-1 1911.
Mrs. Arthur Johnson, of Bandon.
WOOD. WOOD. WOOD.
ber'.aln's Liniment freely and see
visited with her parents and Mrs. M.
S IM PLE X S E P A R A T O R S .
Lay In your winter’s supply while
how quickly it gives relief. For sale
Nosier of this place this week.
When yon want a iepara'or that will you ean. Alder— the best on the
by all dealers.
Mrs. Gus Bender, o f Myrtle Point
J. J. Stanley just received word not get out of balance, get a Simplex, market, $2 a tier delivered
returned home Tuesday afternoon, a f
which has the self-adjusting neck t»ear 33$.
ter visiting a few days in town.
They are dispUciuz all other
Robt. Burns, who is prosecuting a t ing.
The latest, smartest and up-to-date
F O R N AI.r.
torney at Duncan, Oklahoma, announc make*. For sale by
styles in men's shoes just from the
ing the death o f the latter’s - five year
Three homestead relinquishment*,
old son. This is the son boro to Mr.
of B. Folsom.
Try a pair of those Newport hose. and Mrs. Bums in this state while Mr.
F O I» R FN T.
They will wear longer than any other Burns was in ottendance at the 1905
Foar ale* housekaeping rooms,
hose on the market.
A t Lyons ft session o f the legislature, o f which he with pantry and hath
F. J. Hayes, optometrist, will lie in
C arrying Freight, Etc.
as a member.
N o« 1er ft NtaaHaw.
Coqnilie Jan.’ 23.
A Reasonable Share of Your Busin. 'lic it ed
First Class Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent
F IR S T N A T IO N A L B
A ttobnkv - at -L aw ,
N otabt P ublic ,
Hall & Hall.
A t t o b s k ib - i t L a w ,
E s t a i , o f a l! kinds.
E. G. D. Holden
L awteb .
JUPTICK or THE PEACE
Agent, and N otary Pn blic.
in Robinson Building.
MRS. G. R. W IC K H A M
Phone Main 13X.
Board by Day, WeeK or Month
Special Attention Paid to :
the Traveling Public.
R. B. HOAG. M. D.
P H Y S IC IA N AND BURGEON
C o q u il l e ,
The Celebrated Berqmann Shoe
The Strongest and Nearest Water
Proof shoe made for logger«, miner.
prospectors and mill men.
(521 Thurman Street
Potli't-AND, ‘ Onwios.
- W. H. BOYLE
• r M * t o ••*.»• «* * »>
Call on or address e l Uoqnill«
the only up-to-date
Y O U ?
AN EDISON PHONOGRAPH?
We have them in all kinds, from the Gem
at #12.50 to the Amberola at 5200.1 . A
full, book of records always on hand
E. C. B AR K E R & GO.
River Towing L Freigh g
Estimates gladly furnished, i j )
&HS* <t« « » - O ! V t <Ur T f-C h C t'.»
Laird’s Livery Barn, Myr’îe Point
H A V E
O regon .
Theo. Bei^raan Shoe M
ROSEBl KG-JIYRTLE POUT ST E LUE
i_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I
0. 8. Commissioner.
N otaby P obl io .
B IR T H S .
Residence Phone 34d Main
A. J. Sherwood made a business trip
I to Marshfield Tuesday.
Schsoeder were down from Norway to
Mayor J. E. Quick made a business attend the Pythian Sisters’ installation
trip to Marshfield Monday.
New Touring Car, Which Arrives Next
E. D, SPERRY
A shoe that is all in all, that perfect
Wm. H. Smith, formerly o f Prosper,
•hoe should be, such you can say ot but now living at Pomona. Calif.,
that new stock at Robinson’s Store.
writes the Herald as follows: "Kindly
11. A. Tod.l, o the Round Util Farm, send my paper to me here instead of
Arago, was in town last Saturday and Prosper. We are all well and enjoying
n.ade the Herald office a friendly call. southern California’ s sunshine. ”
Medicines that aid nature are al
Ernest Davenport, of the Coquille
Valley Packing company, was down ways most effectual. Chamberlain's
from Myrtle Point Monday on business Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It
allays the cough, relieves the lungs,
For Sale— Nearly new buggy and opens the secretions and aids nature
harness, and good bay mare, weight in restoring the system to a healthy
950 pounds: very gentle; |150, one- condition. Thousands have testified
to lts superior excellence
Mrs. Geo. Davis and Mrs. Albert all dealers.
in Coquille. Give us a call
and we will make good.
The gasoline boat Limit is now ow
and operated by the undersigned
will do a general towing and frei .
business on the river. Can be char
tered for passengers.
Stever.s & Root, Coquil! , Ore.
The W ashcalore
Will make regular trips between
Bandon and San