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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1911)
JUNKET ON SCHOONER
ANVIL WAS POSTPONED
The kidneys «honld receive careful
and constant attention—they are
working constantly and demand it
—ni«h< and day they are filtering
the bl<M*d, presenting an aocamala-
tion of poiaonoa* waste matter.
Asfli.it the kidneys in their work,
strengthen them and enable them
to perform their duty without weak
Failure to do this will result in
deposits of poisonous waste material
—the circulation becomes clogged
and the system is slowly poisoned.
Stone Root Compound
Strengthens the Kidneys,
cleanses the blood of all impurities,
opens up the circulation and pre
vents the disease from becoming
We personally recommend this
Fifty cents and One Dollar the
Whatever a good drug store ought
to have, you’ll rind here. Come to
us first and you’ ll get what you want.
C O Q U ILLE
R IV E R
L IN E
PL Y IN G
SAILING E V E R Y EIGHT DAYS
Low Rates anil Excellent Accom
modations. Our Interests are
A.F. Estabrooh Co., Agts.
Nosier A Moulton, Agts, Coquille.
I’lione Main 111, Farmers 483,
The following local market price«,
furnished by representative business
firm», w ill be printed each week and
can be relied upon by Herald readers
as being correct at the time of going
to press each week:
Herald received a letter
! On F oot.............. ........................... 07 from C. C. Chapman, of the Port
........................... 07 land Commercial club, the first ot
.......................12M the week stating that the proposed
trip had been
With this year Prof. W. A. Henry proposas to give up the
teaching of music as a | rofession and a s » parting gift will prescritto
one of liia music pupils in either Myrtle Point r Coquille ;i nmgntAceut
$476 Leiter piano, un in»truni«*nl priic.----
- now, of Hire touch
a beaut i fu I ca»c ami f superior workmanship throughout en i tuai wm
lx- ;*n Gii:anu*nl to any home
Nair having been employed about a pj,co ated hv Rev G LeHo
abandoned for the month after the beginning of the j Rer. j Richard Olson and Dr. Is.
school y e a r — Recorder.
Mingus. Mr. Peck said before ap
T H E
P L A N
During This W e t
W E CAN SU P P LY Y O U .
W ill make regular trips between
vice reached me of the abandon
ment o f the expedition.
Personally I hope to visit the
good towns of Coos county before
N o Stop-over at W a y Port«.
long, and to explain the work of
Electric Light«. Everything in First the Oregon Development League
fully to your people, with a view
Reservations at Fuhrman’s Phar
of learning how we can best co
operate with you to the best ad
vantage for the up-buildiog of your
section. Yours cordially,
C. C. Chapman.
C oquille River and San
NEW HUPMOBILE IS
NOW ON EXHIBITION
I R. Nosier and Clyde Gage
went over to Marshfield Tuesday
morning to get the new Huptnobile
which arrived on the Alliance.
T h e car is a four-passenger tour
ing car of very handsome appear
ance and Mr. Nosier is more titan
pleased with it.
It was given a
try-out at Marshfield and demon
strated to the complete satisfaction
of the antomobile critics of that
The car is now on display at
the Nosier building and everybody
is invited to call and look it over.
ples Have Now Arrived
The 7911 lines are superior to any
/ especially recommend my line of
Ed. I/. Price & Co. clothes for men.
Is a small sum to each individual
Sunday Services in
FRED. S SLAGLE
Ed. V. Price & Co.,
Coquille Churches I the
f r o m the start
this “ A z b y ” has
proven a winner.
A new “ dapper”
last—we have your
If you don’t like
this one “ there are
others” that you
ought to see be-
A Complete Shew ing at $
5; So m e Few Style« |8 fore you buy.
LYONS & JONES
SECOND STREET, COQUILLE, OREGON
While Coasting in Norlti Bend
was certainly tbe pleasure of a ll
pleasures, the short season of three
day« did not pasa without accident.
T h e fiist waa that of Mrs. Harry
Barnes, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
H. S- Ritchey, who was thrown
Irom a muster, fracturing the smal
ler I) >ne of h e r a n k l e . Tbe bi Co; d
was that o f Miss Pauline Dewese
who suffered two frne'ured ribs.
Both patients will recover in due
Coos Bay Harbor.
Owing 'o the constant incre »-e in
i the first three grades of the Hin
doo public school, it has been
necessary to add another tracher.
consequently beginning with this
' week Miss Phillips is one of the re-
difference between a poor trailer
; and a good pa|«*r.
Last Sunday was a day long to
be remembered by attendants at
the Christian church. The weather
was ideal and three splendid ser
vices were enjoyed. A large num
ber o f the Myrtle Puiut folks hired
the Dora to bring them to Coquille
in time for the Bible school session.
After the morning service lunch
was spread in the church and large
numbers enjoyed the good things
fo eat and the splendid fellowship.
Following this was another sermon
by Evangelist Williams after which
the Myrtle Point people returned
At the evening service the
house was packed.
All the services are splendidly
attended and full ol interest
Thirty-five have made a public
decision so far.
Meetings will continue at least
P R E S B Y T E R IA N CHURCH.
M ETHODIST E PISCO PAL.
If you cannot call at the office send
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
Services nex. Sunday as usual
Bible school at 10 and preaching
Service at 11 a. tu
As :i part of the evening service
beginning at 7:30 we expect to
Henry Bremer of Allegany is at have a baritone solo 1 y Mr. S. D
the Mercy Hospital receiving treat Hockett.
ment for powder burns which he
SE V E N TH D A Y AD VENTISTS.
received last week in an unknown
Services saturd iy, Jan. 28
manner. It seems that the young
fellow is either extremely reticent bath school 10 n. tu.
in telling about adventures in which 1 1 a. m.
Sunday, Jan. 2!), service at 2:30
he figures as the hero in chief, or
Subject, ‘•Th« just shall
that the accident happened in such p. m.
a rediculous manner that he is live by faith.”
ashamed to tell of it. He refuses
to talk about the matter and just
how it happened remains a secret.
Before being brought to the Hos
pital he had suffered the excruciat
ing pains for twenty four hours and
ho managed to get along
assistance is a
wonder. Dr. Hollister informs us
that he w ill bo out in a few days.—
Coos Bay Harbor.
reader hut multiply it l>y 1200 anil It
| amounts to considerable.
COUNTY EXCHANGES ITEMS.
In Retiring as a Music Teacher Prof, henry
Will Give Some Pupil a handsome Piano
My New Summer Sam
A Fine Piano Given A w ay
council agreed to prohibit the »bow-
inff of the Utter
The matter was brought up I v
q R Pack, who presented |>etitions
„¡Kn(>d |,y Marshfield people pr >>•
testing against tbe pi «posed display
8aj,i that the petitions ha I I een
Prof. llriirv is to give 11 scries of six concerts, three in Myrtle Point
pearing before the couucil, they
and thre * I ll Coquille. I upon tu ket a r e to be issued lor each'
J. W . Searles and.), t . Hoopes jla j taken the matter up with Mail
c o l i c rt
each coupon to ' mint ten votes for the music pupil uii.lei' the
who have been canvassing the ager Bernell of the Masonic Opeiu Mproics-.ir’s regular instruction who secure, the coupon erther through
give up the trip, as many business
solicitation from ticket porel is m or Hie -ale of a ticket.
I . .ni t t
■ cannery situation report very en House. After heariug their side of
men of Coquille and other towns ot
will C lo s e at midnight of Aug.
hist, next, and the piano will
couraging progress. Nearly every it, Mr. Bernell stated that I e would
to tile music pupil ha V II g the most coupon votes to Ins or her credit at
the county were looking forward
that hour, vjyrtle 1*01111 pupi « may solicit coupons on the Coquilh con
| one who can is taking a share or bo willing to comply with the pe
with pleasure to an opportunity to
cert 8. and vice verpa.
. . .
two o f stock and it is believed at titions providing they would see
ri„ only .
i«»n attached in thal the candidate for the «fit must
be a regular mu*ir
of i iof. Henry’«, receiving at least one lesson
this time that the cannery will be that he was protected in that no
Mr. Chapman writes:
per wick from now until the first of August
N ew 12-room house, with
assured. The canvass is showing other showhome
The piano is on exhibition at the professor 8 studio at 1 oquilie.
Portland. Ore., Jan. 1 9 , 1 9 1 1 .—
'I he date of tiie fir«t concert will he announced soon.
bath, will soon be completed Editor Hetald, Coquille, Oregon.— that there are very few men who would be permitted to show- them
Travelers between Roseburg Dear Sir: It was with geuuine re I are able to do so who are not at some future time. Mr. Bernell
and Myrtle Point shown gret that I learned, last Tuesday ready and willing to put up toward said that it would cost him about
securing an industry that would $37;) to give up stiowiug them here
every courtesy. The best of evening, after reaching the Anvil
mean a great deal to iruit and I but that he wao ted to gi\e the peo-
s' v , V-i vy '3. ; -
-i—.^1’- . -
and getting settled in my stateroom
Kii.d o f j l j
that t'-e proposed excursion of vegetable growers in the vicinity ' p]e ,f Mlllhl,fil.,,a tLe
The industry entertainment and the kind they
Portland business men under the of Myrtle Point.
W . W . WILLIAMS, P r o p . auspices ot the Portland Chamber can be secured if the required • lesiteli.— Times,
amount of stock is taken and there
of Commerce had been abandoned
are enough who can afford to take
tor the present.
N o w Is t h e T i m e
m . FRANZENBACH. Sculptor Owing to weather conditions the stock to bring the industty to To secure another year’s subscription
date of sailing had been postponed Myrtle Point. A few more clays
to the HERALD nt a one-third reduc-1
Contractor in Marble, Granite,
Irom time to time, and finally a will tell the story.— Enterprise.
Ron. We are not giving away a pi-
number ot our prospective pas
YOU W IL L NEED
Stone, Concrete and Tile
The Weekly Messenger, a news- ano or automobile; we do not believe
sengers, who had held them1 elves
Vaults, Monuments, Headstones, Tab in readiness to leave for several paper published at Oakland Illinois,! In giving one or two persons a prize
days, decided that owing to the contains the lollowing interesting ! worth several hundred dollars and
lets. Iron Fences and all kinds of
having the balance of the subscribers
lateness of the start it would not be reference to local conditions:
Cemetery and Building Work.
" A paper from Mrs. Annin says pay for it. W e are giving a premium
possible tor them to go and get
Carving and Lettering a Specialty back to Portland in time for im that ths second crop o f strawberries — „ so-CENT PIECE— to ench and
portant business engagements the is ripe at Myrtle Point, Oregon, j eVery one on each year’s subscription
latter part of January, and tor the They also bava raspberries and lutid. Every subscriber shares in tli
annual meeting of the Portland roses in bloom. Then to think it is transact ion instead o f a few.
Commercial Club, January 28. As cold enough to freeze a fellow’s
A ll subscriptions must I h 1 l u i i d n i l
i ’ ti
stated above I was in my state tale of woe in this counlr' is sad ” — an ui>-to-dnte paper cannot be run
Capt. Olsen, Maste
room, ready for the trip, when ad
without money. One or two dollars
Come in and examine their exten
three grades no I thirteen in the
entire school; but
stall have do fear of the ‘‘ unlucky
number oud the school woik will
continue to move in perfect bar-
mony. Miss Phillips 1» the second
extra teacher that has b en added
during the year. Miss W inifred Me
........................ I V present.
I t is to he regretted that the
! Eggs....................... ................. .... .36 Portland men found it necessary to
thing I have ever shown.
guiar teachers in the school
I I " * to show the J. fferb s- lo b u v i
maki s five tea hers in the first pictures here ami ine dentally
a cheek or money order and a receipt
w ill lie mailed to you.
W H IL E YOU CAN
DO IT NOW
SECURE TW O
Y E A R S ’ SUBSCRIPTION F O R L IT
T L E MORE T H A N TH E P R IC E OF
D o n ’t F o r g e t !
Don’t forget the special
subscription price for the
next 30 days—the Herald
one year for $1.00.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
STATE OF OREGON, IN AN D FOR
TH E COUNTY OF COOS;
F. E. Pnnklee, plaintiff,)
[- S U M M O N S .
May Dunklee, defendant.)
To May Dunklee, defendant above
IN T H E NAM E OF T IIE STATE 01
O R EG O N;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed against
you in the above entitled suit wittiin
six weeks from the date of the first
publication of this summons, to*wit;
within six weeks from the 21st day of
December, 1910, the same being the
date of the first publication of this sum
mons, and if you fail to appear and an
swer in tiie above entitled suit on or be
fore the 1st day of February, 1911, the
same being the last day of the time
prescribed in the order for publication,
judgment will be taken against you for
want thereof, and the plaintiff will ap
ply fo the Court for the refief demanded
in his complaint, which is substantially
as follows; 1. For the dissolution of
the marriage contract between said
plaintiff and said defendant. 2. For
such other and further relief as to the
Court may seem just and rensonalde,
Service of this Summon* is made by
publication pursuant to an Order made
hv the Hon. John 8. Coke, Circuit
Judge of the 2nd Judicial District for
Oregon hearing date of December 17th,
1910, directing publication to be made
in ti e Coquille Herald for six successive
weeks (seven issues) commencing w
the issue of December 21st, 1910. an
ending with the issue of January 25tl
\Y . A . W o o d .
Attorney for the plaintiff, j
Communion address and
Sacrament ot the Lord's supper at
11 a. m. next Sunday.
The Ivpworth league service will
be led next Sunday evening 6 :30 by
The second quarterly conference
will convene Monday 7 :3 o.
Studies in the life of Jesus each
Thursday evening in connection
NOTICE T( i CREDITOR \
with the midweek service
In the County Court of the State of j ^
the Baptizer, forerunner of Jesus
Oregon, in and for Coos County.
next Thursday evening.
In the Matter of the estate o f Annie j
The heart and the heart of reli
L. Moody, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un-
gion, subject of sermon at 7:30 Sun
dersigned, executors o f the estate of
day evening. .
! Annie L. Moody deceased, to the j k\3
Ii. Sutton Mace, Pastor.
Fight Pictures Were
Also our Shoes are specially
adapted to this country.
Drop in and see how well
you will be treated Lure
creditors of, and all persona having !
j claims against the said
I exhibit them with the
M. N O S L E R
W HO LESA L E AND
R E T A IL D EALER IN
Hay, Grain, Flour, Feed
and Seeds. A full line of
all kinds of Stock and
Poultry Food always on
Agent for the De Laval Creon)
S E P A R A T O R S and S U P P L IE S
Having closed ont our Dry Goods and gone into
the Grocery business exclusively, "we have decided
to discontinue tbe ban tling of the Graphophone.
As we have put out something like two hun
dred machines, we will continue to handle th" Rec
ords, hut have decided to make some changes in
. the giving out of Records to our Customers who
have our Machines,- Viz; When your Cash pur
chases amount to $5.00 we will give yon one Sin
gle Record free, or one Double Record by pay
ing 35c in addition to tbe $5 00 worth of Tickets,
and will continue to keep a good selection of pieces
on hand at all times.
P. E. DRANE
Dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries, Flour and Feed.