Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, June 22, 1911, Image 2

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    Coquille Herald.
N O T IC E TO C R E D IT O R S .
I’UMLISHED EVEKY THURSDAY.
E n te re d us second class m a tte r M ay
8, 1005. a t th e poet office at C oquille,
O regon, u n d e r a c t ol C ongress ot M arch
:i, 1879.
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P U B L IS H E R
K. DEAN
'v o te d
totb .
i i ' B t e n n i a n d poe m i n|.
in ffof the Co'inille Valley imrt .eularlv
of Goes OoOuty generally .
H M riptlor. I ' r o « i i t scivsi «■•. l.*4)
Phono, Main 364.
W ill W e Celebrate?
N otice is Irereby given th a t th e u n d e r­
signed h a s b een duly a p p o in 'e d by order
j of th e C o u n ty C o u rt for Coos C ounty
| O regon,
E x ecu to r ol th e Estate of
S arah J . F e rry , d eceased, a n d th a t all
1 p erso n s
h av in g claim s a g a in st said
e sta te a re h e re b y notified to p resen t the
sam e v erified, an d w ith th e pro p er
vouchers In th e u n d ersig n ed a t th e Law
I Office of A. J . Sherw ood in C oquille,
j Coos C o u n ty , O regon, w ith in six m o n th s
from th e d a le of th is notice.
D ated th is 15th day ot J u n e , 1911.
W IL L IA M F L O Y D E x ecu to r of
j th e E sta te of S arah J . F erry deceased
W e ll Y o u K n o w it
Peas a Success
N O T IC E TO C R E D IT O R * .
Sport
Sport
N otice is h ere b y given th a t th e u n d e r­
signed h as been duly ap p o in ted by order
of th e C o u n ty C o u rt for C oos C ounty.
Oregon. A d m in istra to r of th e E state
j of T h o m as A nderson d eceased, an d th a t
j all p ersons h av in g claim s a g a in st said
esta te are h e reb y notified to p te s e n t th e
sam e d u ly verified, an d w ith tlie p r o
p e r v o u ch ers to th e u n d ersig n ed a t th e
Law Office of A. J . Sherw ood in Cn-
qnille, Coos C ounty. Oregon w ith in six
m o n th s from th e d a te of th is n otice.
D sted th is 15th dav of J u n e . 1011
A N D R EW A N D ERSO N , A d m in istra ­
to r of th e E s ta te of T hom as A nderson
d eceased.
Sport
Tuesday, Percy Ward brought to
this office two pea vines that he bad
procured from a patch that Ward
Brothers are raising on the Cecil
Carter ranch on the Roland Prairie,
14 miles from this city. They
‘ looked good” to the writer. Mr.
Ward stated that they were not se­
lected but that he had picked them
at random from an eight-acre field
o'' peas of the Alaska variety which
they are raising under contract
with C C. Morse & Co., a seed firm
of San Francisco, who after taking
out of the 1500 of seed fnrnisbed
will pay Ward Brother« three
cents a pound for every pound de
livered to them f. o. b. Myrtle
Point.
The editor took the shop yard
stick, and measuring, found that
one vine was five feet long and the
other only six incher shorter. E x ­
amining closer we found that on
the shorter vine were fourteen
There will be daneing and music entransing And all will be happy and glad they ard hare,
well-developed pods and as many
more blossoms.
The other had
The flags will
flying and everyone trying To make this the grandest event of the year.
been more mutilated enroute but
was no doubt, originally as heavy
or even heavier loaded. They
would average six nicely developed
peas to the pod.
C' quille won from Myrtle Point
The seed for this crop was gotten
Sunday
June 18 by a score of 7 to
into the ground on the 15th day of
Monday, July 3RD
March, making it approximately 3. Coquille tried out Oerding on
ninety days from the time of plant­ tbe mound, and be baa the dope on No. 1.— Running. ij-mile
ing and when these samples were the ball, being touched for only 7
dash foi horses owned in
procured. They were not planted bingles, while Poland w a s bumped
Coos and Curty coun­
in shape to be cultivated but were for 11 safeties
ties since Jan. 1, ’ 11,
Tbe game was close and snappy
drilled in rows seven inches apart
catch weights..................$ 50 00
and no work has been put on the until tbe ninth inning, when the No. 2.— Trotting and pac­
Myrtle Point aggregation blew up
field since seeding.
ing, J-mile heats, 2:30
and
Coquille annexed 3 runs.
The Wards have another patch
class, best two out of
In tbe last half of tbe 9th Myrtle
of a dwarf and later variety which
three .............................. 75 00
look equally as promising, and Point scored one run and had a
No.
3.— J-mile Burro Race
5 00
Percy thinks that their first ex­ man at 2nd and 3rd with no o u t s
No.
4.—
Running
£
mile
perience as pea raising on a larger when Coquille pulled o ff a f a s t
without rider.................. 25 00
triple play, by Johnson pulling
scale will be a great success.
down
a
high
liner,
throwing
to
No.
5.— Running, ¡-mile
In this connection the Enter­
dash.................................. 100 00
prise would suggest that since the Howell and Howell to J. Collier.
The features of the game were No. 6.— J-mile dash, catch
raising of peas for seed is improv­
Special Delivery.
Prey’s
fielding, getting 7 put-outs
ing successful, it would be a com­
weights, for horses not
mendable stunt to try them out for in C. F ., and Coquille’s triple play
trained this season.......... 15 00
Following is the score in detail
canning purposes. Both of these
Tuesday. July 4m.
Coquille
varieties are recommended as a
No. 1.— Running, J-mile
canning pea.
And diversified
AB R BH SB PO A E
dash, for horses owned
farming has always proved most Johnson, as 5 1 2 0 3 4 0
in Coos County since
successful in every locality.— Myt- Howell, 3b 5 2 4 tl 3 2 2
Jan.
1, ” 11;
catch
tle Point Enterprise.
Lorenz, lb 5 1 I 0 10 1 1
w eights............................ 50 00
J Collier, 2 >, 5 1 2 0 3 3 0
The annual school meeting was
No. 2 .— Trotting and pac­
Liljeqvist, cf 5 0 1 0 2 0 0
held for this district at the stated
ing, 1 mile heats 3 in
time, the 19th inst. The regular O Collier, c 5 1 2 0 6 1 0
5, free for a l l .................. 100 00
Benbam, If 4 0 0 0 0 0 0
routine business was transacted,
No. 3.— Running ij-mile
and a vote taken in regard to the A Collier, rf 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
catch weights, horses not
Oerding, p 4 1 2 0 0 2 2
construction of a new school build­
trained this season.. . . . . 20 00
Two Hundred and fifty acres eight miiesfroai Myrtle
Myrtle Point
ing or an addition to the present
No. 4 — Running, 1 mile
A B R BH SB PO A E
Peint on the Middle Fork. 75 acres in the bottem cleared.
one The election resulted in the
dash.................................. 100 00
choosing of R. H Mast as director O Prey, cf 4 1 1 1 7 1 0
Two sets of farm houses, barns, out buildings, etc.
Will
No. 5.— J-mile Mule race..
5 00
for three years and O. C. Sanford H. Prey, c 4 1 1 1 4 1 0
be
d iv id e d to suit purchaser.
I s close to school and
No. 6 — Running,
mile
as clerk for one year. The pro­ Poland, p 4 0 3 1 3 4 0
Cheeee factory. Good crop and large lot of stock go with
without rider ................
25 00
McDonald,
2b
3
0
1
1
1
1
0
position of building did not meet
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the
place if desired.
Call on
3 1 0 0 2 0 0
the approval of the people and was Hannas, rf
The Coquille Electric Supply
turned down.
It is the general Herman, ss 4 0 0 1 1 2 1 Company, Messrs. Van Marter and
opinion that the present grounds Davenport, lb 3 0 1 1 7 1 4 Taylor principals, last week took
are not large enough to justify Nystrom, If 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 over the garage and automobile
any more buildings upon them, Schnieder, 3b 3 0 0 0 2 1 0 business of J. S. Lyons and are now
Runs and Hits by Innings
On the premises, or address him at Gravel Ford for
and it is more than likely that a
in full possession and ‘‘doing busi­
1 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 9 Total ness at the old stand.” These
particulars.
proper site will be procured and a
7 gentlemen are thoroughly versed in
large and substantial building Coquille 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 3
12 the automobile art and are thor­
erected when
Coquille makes Base Hits 1 1 2 1 2 2 1 0 2
3 oughly competent to conduct the
another start to house the pupils of Myrtle Pnt 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1
Base Hits 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 1 1
7 business as it should be done and
this district.
Summary— Three base hits, C. will spare no pains nor expense in !
A. H. Powers was over from
Marshfield early this week 8Dd Collier; Two base hits, Johnson; putting the garage in good shape.
sealed a bargain with C. R. Philips Saerifice hits, A. Collier, Daven­ They are already making exten­
and Hugh Hastings of Cunning-! port, Struck out, by Poland 2, by sive improvements, among which
ham for the timber on about 90 Oerding 4 ; Triple plavs, Johnson are a large under-ground tank, the
acres of land, and now it will not j to Howell to Collier; Double plays, great safety device, with meter
be necessary to move Camp One as Poland to Herman to Davenport, pump attached for oil. The re­
it was intended, at which all in this j O. Prey to McDonald; Left on pair shop equipments will be en­
bases, Coquille 10, M, P. 4 : Time larged by the best and up-to-date
section are highly pleased.
of game 1:35; Umpire, Rose.
appliances for doing work for the
h
M iddle A ged and E ld erly P eop le, 1
•v
public. A large amount of stan­
A L eadin g C aliforn ia llr u m ii.l
dard supplies will be kept on hand
U se F o le y K id n e y I’llls f o r q u i c k !
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a n d p e r m a n e n t r e s u lts in a ll cases
P a s a d e n a , C al . M a rch 9, 1911. and all difficulties of an ordinary
o f k id n e y a n d b la d d e r tro u b le s , a n d
F o le y a n d C o., G e n tle m e n : — W e nature may be overcome by a visit
fo r p a in f u l a n d a n n o y in g I r r e g u la r - h a v e so ld a n d re c o m m e n d e d F o ie y 's
H ies.
F o r s a le liy C. J F u h rm a n H o n ey a n d T n r C o m p o u n d f o r y e a r s to their shop, Autos will be kept
T h e r e Is o n e m e d ic in e t h a t e v e ry W e b e lie v e i t to be o n e o f t h e b est for hire with reliable and compe-
fa m ily s h o u ld be p ro v id e d w ith a n d
Forget Your Rheumatiz and Keep S t e p With The Music
Som ething Doing Everg M in te
You will have to come early if you want to see
it all. . The fun begins early and lasts all day.
a jolly time for old and young. Bring your best
girl or some other fellow will.
BASE BALL
PROGRAM OF THE COOS
BAY RACING ASSOCIATION
CASH MEAT
MARKET
Y o u r
H ow y ou m a y p r o fit by it.
T ak e
F o le y K id n e y P ills.
M rs E. fi.
W h itin g , 5 60 W illo w S t., A k ro n , O ,
sa y s:
" F o r so m e tim e I h a d a
v ery s e rio u s ca se o f k id n e y tro u b le
a n d I s u f f e re d w ith b a c k a c h e s and
dizzy
h ead ach es.
I h a d sp e ck s
f lo a tin g b e f o re m y ey es a n d I felt
all tir e d o u t a n d m is e ra b le .
I saw
F o le y K id n e y P ills a d v e r tis e d and
got a b o ttle a n d to o k th e m a c c o rd ­
in g to d ir e c tio n s an d r e s u lts sh o w ed
a lm o s t a t o n ce.
T h e p a in a n d d iz­
zy h e a d a c h e s le f t m e, m y e y e -sig h t
b ecam e c le a r a n d to d a y I r a n say I
am a w ell w o m a n , th a n k s to F o ley
K id n e y P i l l s .”
F o r s a le b y C. J . F u h rm a n .
e s p e c ia lly
d u r in g
th e sum m er
m o n th s ; viz. C h a m b e rla in s C holic,
C h o le ra a n d D ia r rh o e a R em edy.
II
Is a lm o s t c e r t a i n t o be n e e d e d .
It
c o s ts b u t a q u a r t e r .
C an yo u a f ­
fo rd to be w ith o u t It?
F o r s a le by
all d e a le r s .
I Oil SALK.
O ne o f th e b e s t Im p ro v e d d a iry
f a rm s in t h e v a lle y , a t a b a rg a in .
T e le p h o n e F a r m e r s lin e 101.
H . L. C a rl. M y rtle P o in t,
O re
am i m ost e f fic ie n t e x p e c to r a n ts o n
th e m a r k e t.
C o n ta in in g no o p ia te s
o r n a r c o tic s it c a n be g iv e n fre e ly
to c h ild re n .
E n o u g h o f t h e rent»'
d y can be ta k e n to re lie v e a cold
a s it h a s no n a u s e a tin g r e s u lts , an d
d o e s n ot in te r f e r e w ltli (11 vest Ion
II W a rd D ru
ra g
Y o u rs v ery tr u ly , C. II.
C o., C. L. P a u o n g , S e c ’y a n d T te a s .
( le t th e o r ig in a l F o le y s llo n e y an d
, T a r C o m p o u n d In th e y ello w p a c k ­
ag e.
F o r sa le by C. J . F u h rm a n .
t e n t d i t v e r a n d for a r e t s o t i a b l e fee.
F. S. R e x fo rd , 615 N ew Y o rk L ife
U ldg, K a n s a s C ity , M o., sa y s :
"l
b ail a s e v e re a tta c k o f a co ld w h ich
| s e ttle d in m y b ack a n d k id n e y s a n d
I w as in g r e a t p a in f ro m m y tr o n b le
A f rie n d re c o m m e n d e d F o le y K id n ey
H ills a n d I u se d tw o b o ttle s o f th e m
a n d th e y h a v e d o n e m e a w o rld o f
g o o d .”
F o r s a lo by C. J . F u h r m a n
For Stafford’s Homemade ceudies
A fine se lectio n o f p o st c a rd s a t F o l­
go to the Popular.
so m 's C o n fectio n ery .
Sébi Brothers
To! Lake The D irt Fh
The Surest, Safest and the most inexpensive washing
powder on the Market.
Let The Gold Dust T wins do your work
P. E. D R A X E
Dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries
d for n e w
A rt C a ta lo g
an d " H o w t o S h o ot
Weir*
i . STEVENS A M U
A TOOL COMPANY
P .O .B o x .'M 3
C h in * . U i
Friday, June 2nd
LEWIS & HORNER
Pi
Pick up this gun and feel th e balance
o f it —exam ine th e w orking p arts
closely and see th e line care anil finish
o f d e ta il—you w ill say it ’s a w inner.
I t lists a t only § 2 0 . 0 0 an d w ill be
expressed prepaid d ire ct from th e
factory in note yo u c a n n o t secure '
it through a dealer.
Mrs A. G. Aiken announces that her entire stock
of late millinery will be closed out at sweeping
reductions. NOW is your opportunity to select
a hat at a big saving.
Sale commences
At the Lowest Cash Prices.
The Gold Dusilwiris.
T h t S T E V E N S JVo* J 3 S
D o u b le "B a rrel H a m m c r l e s s
S h o t g u n — is strongest where
other guns fire ireakest. T he bar­
rels ami lugs are drop-forged in
one piece—o f high pressure steel,
choke bored for nitro powder—
with m atted rib.
Clearance Saie
This is the Place to Buy Your Meat
Your Wash Day Friends Save
Time and Trouble.
STEVENS
MILLINERY
Open June 1st.
E. O. CARTER
What They Will Do for You
T h e y w ill cure your backache,
strengthen your kidneys, co r.
rect urinary irregularities, build
up the worn out tissu es, and
elim inate the excess uric acid
that causes rheum atism . P re .
vent B right's D isease and D ia .
bates, and restore health and
strength. Refuse substitutes.
For sale by C. J. Fuhrman.
I a m in t h e m a r k e t f o r c h lth a m
b a r k , h id e s a n d w ool.
O eo rg e T.
[ M o u lto n .
Coquille, Oregon.
A Big Bargain
in Farm Property
N e ig h b o r 's E x p e rie n c e
F o le y
K id n e y
P ills
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$10.00 Hats will be closed out at
............$7.50
$8.00 and $9.00 values closed out at $6.00 & $6.75
$6.50 and $7.50 values, to close out ___
$5.00
$5.00 values closed out a t______ _____
$3.50
Also a large assortment of trimmed hats will be
closed out a t___________$1.00, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.00
Children’s Trimmed Hats from
$1.00 to $2.50
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You cannot afford to miss these bargains
Mrs. A. G. A iken
Front Street
- - Coquille, Oregon
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Besides a full and complete line of Bakery Goods, we carry a nice
line of confectionery consisiing of
Fruits, Candy of all Kinds,
Nuts,Tobacco and Cigars,
A nd everthing usually kept in a first-class Bakery and Confec­
tionery.
W e also carry the celebrated B E R T
SEA L STRAW -
Lunch and Ice Cream Pallors in Connection.
B E R R IE S .
hoe VI i
M R S. M. N O S L E R and M ISS W IL S O N .
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Props. Coquille Bakery and Confectionery.
A KODAK
Adds Pleasure
to Your
Auto Picnic
Ask for free
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