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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1911)
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o- or First National Bank
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F. D. SPERRY
Attorney and Conncellor nt Law.
Office iu Robinson Building
W. C. CHASE.
Office in Richmond-Barker Building.
J. R. ti A RR J H
prices at Robinson's,
visit his brother, N. Plyler, from San
Married.—In Coquille, May 17, 1911, Francisco, departed for Portland by the
Otto A. Waltwark end Mi»« Edyth San last Breakwater.
The past few days Coos County has
ders, Rev. W. T. Goulder officiating.
been enjoying (?) the heaviest rains
Married - At the parlors of the
Wlckhum Motel on W ednesday, May wre emember o f ever seeing at this
17, 1911 Alonzo Thelin and Mrs. season o f the year.
Poeek, both o f B i a t M , itev. 0 . T.
Dr. H oag’s family will arrive on
the K ifield this week.
and family will occupy the Byers
residence on Spurgeon Hill.
Camp supplies at Anderson's.
Utz & Dunn shoes, at Lyons &
Hi« Sale at the White House next
Jones; perfect fit and perfect wear
Mrs. Edwin C. Marker is reported ing qualities.
A. G. Hoyt, o f Bandon, came up
J. D. Benhatn was in from Fairview
Saturday and proceeded to Portland by
the Breakwater. He goes as a dele
J. V. Leep o f Bancroft, was in
gate to grand lodge o f Odd Fellows.
Dr. I.eep was called to Myrtle Point
Chas. Martini o f. Norway was in
Saturday to see the 12-year-old son o f
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lewellen, who is
I. Chandler o f Gravel Ford, was in in a very serious condition from heart
and liver troubles.
Cash Doyle came up from below
Andrew Smalley drove down from
Fishtrap Monday to meet, his daughter,
W. E. Neeley was up from the lower Miss Marcila as she arrived from Myr
She was accompanied by
river on Tuesday.
Joel Patterson went to the Bay on Mrs. Minnie Hermann.
Reservations for berths on the S.
S. Elizabeth for San Francisco, call
The latest in shirt waists at Rob-
at Fuhrm an’s Pharmacy.
l‘ l l\ - UTA X AND .SURGEON.
LOCAL N E W S .
Ü 7 . RICH MONO
House ami two lots in Coquille
sale on installments or part
slnsbiiig, # 1 ) 85 . Pboue 3 x. * 34 - 2 t
Mrs. Wm. G row of Coaledo, did shop
ping in town Tuesday.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
E. N. Smith, the real estate dealer,
was in town on Monday.
Cashier Suplee o f the Flanagan &
Bennett Bank at Myrtle Point, passed
Fred Mast was down from the North through town Tuesday on his return
Fork Monday on business.
from the Bay where he had undergone
Steve ballier, the Bandon hotel man, an operation some days ago.
went to the Bay Tuesday.
Mrs. M. Nosier will sell at public
5 Ollìco Phono 335 Main
1 Residence Phone 34d Main
Coqi'ii.i.n C ity , Out
L. A. Myers, the Norway painter,
was in Cocuille yesterday.
J. J. STANLEY
John Donaldson o f Prosper, was a
Coquille visitor on Tuesday.
i,A w v r.it
auction next Saturday a nice lot o f
household goods at Noslcr’ s garage.
The sale begins at 10:30 a. m. and con
tinues till all goods are sold.
Mr. Perham, the contractor, passed
Attorney J. T. Hall was a county
through this city to the Bay on Satur
seat business visitor Friday.
Ralph Jackson o f Marshfield, spent day. Mr. Perham has the contract for
putting in flood gates in the ditches of
a day or so in town last week.
the Fat Elk Drainage Ditch.
Field corn and vetch at Knowl-
tou's Drug Store.
Hall & Hall,
A ttobskyr - at L a w ,
'Jotilei in li*AL E stât
, if all k in d «
C. G. D. Holden
L iW ïB B ,
ok t h k
U. S. (Jomrmsvoaor, Ocn«rftl
and Notary Public.
in Robinson Building.
C o q u ill'
O regon .
R. B. HOAG, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
C o q u ille ,
O regon .
James Ferry o f Marshfield, came
over Monday morning and attended the
Mrs. J. W. Tawse, o f Bandon. was a funeral o f his brother’s wife, Mrs.
Joseph Ferry o f Riverton, which took
Coquille visitor on Tuesday.
William Richardson o f Parkersburg, place at Norway on that day.
Nova Landrith and daughter who are
had business in town Saturday.
M. P. Sumerlin o f Gravel Ford, visiting Sheriff Gage and family from
California, accompanied by Mrs. Chas.
spent Tuesday night in town.
Evernden, started for Bancroft Tues
Asters, cosmos, carnations and veg
day for a visit with Mrs. E ’ s sister,
etable plants at Nelson Smith’ s.
Mrs. Frank Fish.
Charles Heller was down from Mc
Ed Dyer went to the lower river y es
Kinley the latter part o f the week.
terday to secure sand and gravel for
L. J. Cody, the Bandon lumberman, the concrete work o f the flood gates o f
had business in Coquille on Tuesday.
the ditches o f the Fat Elk Drainage
Dr. Wasson, the veterinary surgeon, District.
Mr. Perham has the con
o f Myrtle Point, was in town Tuesday. tract for the work.
Henry Scngstacken o f Marshfield,
A meeting is called for the members
had business at the county seat Friday. o f the Fat Elk Drainage District at
I. Nordstrom, the
Parkersburg this place on Saturday, May 20th.
dairyman, had business ill town Mon All should be present as business o f im
portance is to be transacted.
W ood !
W ood !
If you want to raise good potatoes
ered at your house for $1.25 a load. and lots o f them get the Minnesota
Frank Morse, the electric light man, seed potatoes from P. E. Draine. He
made a business trip to the Bay yester has handled this seed for years and the
yield per acre from this seed is twice
what it is with other seed.
L. B. Huilcnbeak o f Bandon, passed
Joseph Coach and L. D. Cody re
through town yesterday en route to the
turned last Fridav from Grand Rapids,
Michigan whither they had gone with
Mrs. D. P. Strang came up from
the body o f the father o f the former,
Bandon Monday for a brief visit in Co
Col. William Coach, where the remains
o f that venerable old gentleman were
H. N. Lorenz, the Front
street laid to rest.
merchant, went to Roseburg Sunday
Charles J ackson o f Marshfield, was
in town Tuesday for the purpose o f
Capt. Wilcox o f McKinley, had busi turning over the books ond papers
ness in Coquille Tuesday pertaining to which he has been using in connection
with the office o f deputy assessor,
Father Charles D. Keveny, o f Ban which office he has filled under Assess
don, returned from a trip to the Bay or Thrift this year.
The work on the Coquille General
Ladies’ ready-to-w ear white em hospital, under construction by Drs.
ond and Hoag, has been sus
broidery dresses at R obinson’ s.
pended for a short time ow ing to
Attorney G. T. Treadgold o f Bandon, the serious illness of Mrs. W ood
returned from the Bay by Friday’ s a f ru ff o f M arshfield w ho Is being
cared for at tlie Richmond home ad
join in g the hospital site.
Beautiful materials for dresses and
E. C. Van Marter, manager o f the
waists on sale at the White House Coquille Electric Company’s business in
this city, went to Myrtle Point one day
Tents fo r rent at Anderson's.
SUNDAY SERVICES IN
much longer. White Leghorns, $1.50;
Brown Leghorns, $1.00; White Rocks,
$1.00 and Indian Runner Ducks, $2.00
From his daughter, Miss Ruby, we METHODIST EPISC O PA L C H I’ KUH
learn that our friend J. L. Randleman,
formerly o f this section, is in very poor
Mother’s Day next Sunday.
health; in fact his condition was very
Morning service at 11 :oo o'clock.
' serious at last accounts. The many
Let each one wear a white flower
| friends o f Mr. Randleman, he having
«pent the greater part of his life in the in honor of mother.
Coquille valley, will be very sorry to'
League service 7:00 p. m. and
learn o f bis poor health.
G rass seeds
and fi' 1 1 seeds, in-
«•luding co rn and vetch,
at Know l
ton ’« D ru g Store.
Grading and building o f bridges are
in progress on the new portion o f the
county road in the vicinity o f Flagstaff
on Isthmus Slough. F. P. Norton, road
supervisor, has charge o f the bridge
building, and Walter Condron has the
This road, when
completed, will be the main route be
tween Marshfield and Coquille.—News.
Having close 1 out our Dry Goods and gone into
the Grocery business exclusively, we have decided
to discontinue tbe handling of the Grapbopbom .
As we have put out something like two hun
dred machines, we will continue to handle the Rec-
ords, but Lave decided to make some changes in
the giving out of Records to our Customers wli <
have our Machines, Viz: When your Cash pur
chases amount to $ 5.00 we will give you one Sin
gle Record free, or one Double Record by pay
ing 35 c in addition to tne $ 5,00 worth " f Tick* ts,
and will continue to keep a good selecli m <1 pieces
on hand at all times.
preaching at 8:00 p. m.
Tw o important davs are cele
brated iu the month of ulay, Mem
orial Day and Mother’s Day.
Miss Anna Jarvis, of Philadelphia,
Pa., originated this idea about six
or seven years ago. It has almost
The badge for Mother’s Day is a
white carnation oi a white flower
of any kind.
The Methodist Episcopal Church
of this town will observe the day
You are cordially
invited to the service at eleven a.
Please wear the white flower.
P. E. DRANE
Dealer in ¡Staple and Fancy Groceries, Flour and Fee
Passengers by the morning boats
from Bandon yesterday brought word
o f the l urning o f the Dyer broomhan-
dle factory in that city.
broke out between four and five
o ’clock and burned very rapidly, the
fire department unable to do anything
ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL.
but to keep the flames from spreading
to other buildings, and the destruction
Services first and third Sundays
o f the factory was complete.
o f each
As Prof. Hockett returned from the every Sunday at 10 a. m.
Bay after attending the field meet Archdeacon Wm. H orsfall, rector.
he brought home the Frey oratorical
loving cup which had been taken over
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
to have the name o f Miss Belle Thrift
engraved upon it, she being the winner
Preaching each Sunday, morning
in the third contest.
This being the
third contest this cup has been won by and evening, except the third Sun
members o f the Coquille high school, day In each month.
Bible school at 10 a. m.
this beautiful cup now becomes perma
Christian Endeavor each Sunday
nently the property o f tills school.
Miss Minnie Michner, will be here evening.
next Sunday and lecture in three of our
You are heartily welcome.
churches on “ Reecue W ork” in Ore
T. II. McDonald, Minister
She will talk in the
M. E'. church in the morning, in the
M. E. Church, South, in the afternoon
to ladies only, and at the Christian
Services as usual next Sunday.
Church in the evening.
All are cordi
Bible school at 10 a. m «nd 8. p,
ally invited to attend.
This is a sub
ject that should have large audiences in
Frank H. Adams, Pastor.
all o f the different places.
A grand ball is scheduled for Satur
day night at Noslers Hall. This is to
be the leading dance o f the season.
The music will be lead by Prof. David
Hill, o f Marshfield, who has created a
sensation in musical circles on the Bay
being a violinist o f w’onderful ability
He will be supported by
several o f Coqullle’ s foremost orches
tra players and a grand good time is in
store for all who attend and enjoy the
The Myrtle Point Enterprise changed
hartds last week, L. C. Bargelt retiring
while C. Wilson Schulz, late o f South
Dakota, becomes proprietor and pub
Mr. Bargelt was connected
with that paper for several years as
sociated with L. J. Roberts, and some
months ago purchased his partner’s in
terests since which time he has been
Mr. Bargelt has
made many friends who will regret his
weekly visit into their homes through
the Enterprise, but as the change is
made to give him a chance to follow
some different line o f employment, and
it not being his intention to leave the
county, we will be ahead by gaining
Mr. Schulz as a citizen and publisher of
that paper. This gentleman is a news
paper man o f many years’ experience
and comes highly recommended as be
ing proficient in his profession as well
as being a worthy and desirable citizen
in the community in which he sees fit to
cast lii? lot.
We extend to him the
right hand o f fellowship and hopes in
the future to be able to work hand in
hand with him in the upbuilding o f all
enterprises for the advancement o f the
valley and the betterment o f conditions
for ito people.
G U A R A N T E E D FOR LIFE
We consider the Hupmobile life-long, “ pquar» -deal guaran
tee to be the etronge9t element of protection ever incorporated
in the manufacture of motor cars.
A demonstration will be given you at your convenience.
Auto Garage and storage room now open. Second street
<121 rh u rm m S tre e t
I’oltH.AND, O regon .
rp rg » If., > «5SC*
W, H. BOYLE
B uilder and
Fsh mates gladly furnished.
Ca 1 on nr address et Coquille
0» Q U IL L K
R IV E R
p ly in g
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r et w een
SAILING EVERY EIGHT DAYS
Low Rates and Excellent Accom
modations. Our Interests are
Bandon W arehouse C o , Agt«.
Nosier A Moulton. Agts,Coquille.
Rhone Main 111, l-armers 4S3,
I. R. Nosier now meets the trains free delivery o f the mails o f that city.
and steamers with his Hupmobile in the Their postofiice receipts have exceeded
interests o f the Baxter Hotel.
the required amount by $400 for some
A. L. Nosier, the Bridge merchant time, and there will be no question ex
and postmaster, had business which cept that o f red tape but that it will be
granted by the department.
called him to Coquille yesterday.
A L W A Y S ON TIME
Sails from Portland at 9 a. rn. on May 21, 26 & 31
From Coos Bag at service of Hue Mag, 18, 23 & 28.
Reservations held only until noon of dag previous to
I R S. K N O W L T O N , President
G EO . A R O B IN SO N . V.
R. H. M A S T , Cashier
Eggs fo r Sale.
next to W hite R ocks in
Per setting o f 15, $2.
M. Branham, Coquille, Ore. 3-30tf
CAPITAL STOCK $25,000
A Reasonable Share of Your Business Solicited
First Class Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent
FO R SALE.
An almost new Rem ington Sholes
of Clark Mace, Coquille, o r Herald
A J. SHERW00P Pia».
R. E.SHIHE, V isa fre i
L. H. HAZARD, Cashier
0. C. SANFORD, Asst. Cashier
FIR ST N A T IO N A L B A N K
For a nice, fresh salmon, right
from the river, call at the ferry.
They are to be had each morning.
o p C O 3 U IL 1 L 1 H , ORHG014.
P ra n sa c ts a G en eral B a n k in g B u s in e s s
A country store with postofflee in
A good, new building
24x30 feet, good business and acre
Board of Dlreetora.
tract o f land. Inquire at the Herald
R. (!. Dement,
A . J. Sherwood,
L. Harlocke.’ ,
Dai ah Hacker.
National Bank o Commerce, New York Ci
L. If. Hazard,
Crocker Wool worth JN’lBank, San Franc!
Tl. K. Shine. ; First Nat’l Bank offPortland, Portland.
Lay In your w inter'» supply while
you can. Alder— the best on the
market, $2 a tier delivered. Phone
J . L. LA IRD , Proprietor.
Leave« MyrtlegPoint daily at 8 o ’clock
p m., carrying mail and passengers.
Arrives at Roseburg following evening.
Stage leave- Roseburg daii it at 6 a.
m. S| cciai rigs for parties at iv time.
that is of more imp. nance to you 1400. Inquire A. Smalley’s ranch'
than good digestion? Food must Hall’ s creek.
be eaten to sustain hie ami must be
Home Telephone 461.
digested and converted into blood.
When the digestion fails the whole
Mrs. A. G . Aiken will open up
he dy suffers. Chamberlain’s Tab her Spr tig «nd Summer Millinery
lets are a rational and reliable cure' Tuesday Mirch 21st, at her store
for indigestion. They ine. ease the j on Front street. All are invited.
flow of bile, purify the blood, streng
then the stomach, ami tone up the |
In this town need« watching!
1 h he your husband, your brother or your eon?
whole digestive apparatus to a nat-
We have noticed him gazin' longingly at the good watcl.es
in » nr window as he thought of the poor tim e-pic e in
mal and healthy action. For sale
by all dealers.
Capt. Olsen, Masts.
0FFICE A Laird,s Livery Barn, M yrtle Point
5 A CERTAIN MAN
J. Plyler who came here recently to aa he will not keep his fowls penned
As delegates from the local lodge o f
Miss Esther Johnson returned Mon
day from a visit with her brother, C. C. Odd Fellows, L. H. Hazard, James
Watson, J. S. Lawrence and G. T.
Johnson and family, o f Prosper.
1 am in the market for chitham Moulton went to Portland Saturday to
attend the grand lodge o f that order.
bark, hides and wool.
Mr. Lawrence was accompanied by his
wife and Mr. Moulton by his sister,
J. W. Tawse, the real estate dealer, ! Mrs. S. M. Nosier. They went by the
up from Bandon Monday and; Breakwater.
(If shook hands with friends in town.
R. C. Scott o f Portland arrived
Mrs. George Belloni and daughter, ! In C oquille yesterday and will have 1
Wit! make regular trips let«e e n
turned Saturday from a charge o f the closing out sale at !
Ooquille River an J ^>an
: short visit wit*. friends at Marshfield. the Golden Rule, announcem ent of
which will be founil on another page
100 pieces o f material for spring o f tills paper.
dresses on sale at the White House
The Com mercial Club held an In
next Saturdcy; silks, mulls, pongee», form al meeting Monday evening at
Electric Lights. Everything in First
which no business was transacted
C oal Oil, iS'iturdsy only, per
The names o f the new m em b ers.!
during the contest, were gallon, 15 c
Reservations at Fulirman’ s Phar-1
Portland today. He is attending the handed to the secretary and these
North Pacific Dental College and comes as well as the old members will be
C o d G ish. Sat .rdaJ o n ly , 3 lbs. maev.
notified of the next regular meeting
on a vacation.
lor 25 c.
T o E xciiam . k - One g o o d y o u n g
Bert Seal has the credit for hav
Fr-z r Axle G rease, Saturday
h orse for slrsh in g la rd by ib e acre. ing brought in the first ripe straw
IVVf. FRANZENBACH. Sculptor
only, 3 for 25 c.
PI...... 8 .
84 8$ ;
C on tra ctor in M arble, G ranite,
day he brought down a half dozen
Yeast Foam, S.turday only, 7 for
Our old pioneer friend, Thomas King, berries o f an early variety which
Stone, C on crete and T ile
of Msrshfield, came over Saturday for really looked good enough to eat. 25 c,
a few days’ visit with his daughter, Berries this year are som ewhat later
Monuments, H eadston e, Tab
than last year ow ing to the pro
H IG H E S T M A R K E T P R IC E I O K
tracted chilly weather o f the past
lets, Iron Fence« and all kind» of
HI T T E R A M » EGGS
S. C. Giles, the Myrtle Point brick month.
layer, has been in town a few days
Cemetery and 1 uil ling Work.
Those wishing eggs for hatching
constructing e chimney and a flue for from the stock and poultry farm o f J.
Carving and Littering a Specie ty
C. Watson should place orders at once
Phone Main 181
PAUL L. STERLING, Agent
M. E. Church South.
Sunday services at 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m. Sunday School and
league at usual hours.
singing with Mrs. Tyrrell in
charge o f choir. Come and you
will enjoy the service.
There is a beautiful silk quilt on e x
H o r s e s lo r S a le
hibition at Lorenz’ s store. Go and see
J. O. Stemmier, the Myrtle Point at last week and rented a building for a
Span of young mares, coming
it and get particulars as to how you
torney, had business which called him branch o f his company in that place.
may become possessor o f this beauti 6 this spring; weight between 1600
M anufacturers of
and 170c; well broke, single or
ful piece o f handiwork.
Joseph Lapp, o f this city, went
The Celebrated Bergm ann Shoe to Mrs.
double. One black horse, coming
the Bay Tuesday to visit her daugh
The Marshfield Chamber o f Com- i
The S tro n g e st and Nearest Water
Is there anythin" In all this world 5 years old in spring: weight about
ter, Mrs. Ole Chard.
merce is making an effort to secure a i
,of h I ioh m ade for loggers, miners
p ro sp e cto rs and m ill meD.
Coquille, O r e . j|
1. R. Nosier
H I S B I R T H D A Y would be made so happy if it brought
him tin* ir " i watch he denerves—and “ love will find the
way,” for the coat will not b n a k you. It should he a
They are the railroad timekeepers of
America. $14.50 to $ ,000.
E. C. BARKER & CO.
Lump $4.oo Per Ton
PHON lì MAIN DJ