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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1911)
PUBLISHED KVEKY THURSDAY.
Entered as second class matter May
8, 1905. at the post office at Coquille,
Oregon, underact ol Congres» oi March
1) K. DEAN
Devoted to the material and social ap
oii iiuRof the Coquille Valley partioolarly
Old of Coos County generally.
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Phone, Main 364 .
Fires were p'aced under the
boilers in the new mill now being
completed at tbe west line of the
Coquille City limits, and steam
pressure sufficient to run a pump
tmd blow the whistle was raised
15 - tbe last of the week a trial will
be made of the machinery, and a
little sawing for lumber and timbers
about tbe mill will be done in the
m xt two weeks.
Judge John S. Coke came over
Irom Marshfield Monday and heard
the argument in the case of the
State against R. G. Case which is
expected to prove an important
one owing to the fact that it is to
determine the constitutionality of
which is known as the “ Peddlers
I,aw,’’ and which was passed at
the 1909 session of the Oregon
Legislature. Laws of a like nature
in other states have been held un-
consiitutional as it discriminates as
to who may sell goods in this state
which are manufactured in another
state. The Judge took the matter
under advisement as there is a
great deal of constitution and law
to be looked up before he will give
Mrs. Keeney of this city, went to
Myrtle Point Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kronenberg
The lUndon ball team followed by
nearly a half-dozen rooters came of Bandon, ware in town Tuesday.
to Coquille .Snndoy determined to
Mrs Charles Doane of Marsh
clean up the local aggregation, but field, was a passenger to Myrtle
bad to return with the short end of Point Tuesday where she goes for
a 12 to 3 score
a visit with friends.
Hippie, the imported slab artist,; Mrs. L. A. Wherat accompanied
started to pitch for the visitors, but her husband to this city for a short
soon ran into a bunch of trouble visit yesterday as he was over this
with tbe “ lop ear’ ’ strickern and re way in the interest of the railroad
tired in favor of Ingram who tossed company.
a nice article of ball until the
Mrs. John Kruse and daughter
eighth when he weakened and al
Miss Mary, came over from Marsh
lowed 5 runs to the score.
field Tuesday for a visit with the
As usual Coquille’s hitting was a
former’s aunt, Mrs. T. M. Dimmick
feature. The heavy stick work of
Johnson, Lorenz, Liljeqvist, Oerd
Tbe citizens of Coquille and warn
ing and “ Tad” Collier won merited
applause. Oerding especially shin ed against irrigating from the city
ing for three times when bits wnter system except between the
meant runs he responded with a hours of 6:30 and 7:30 in the af
But tbe bright particular star of
tbe game was Pitcher Collier who
had the visitors “eating out of his
hand” the entire nine innings. He
had everything curves, speed and
control and tbe opposing stickers
were completely at his mercy
Striking out 1 C men allowing but
5 scattered bits is »ome pitching.
Tbe Coquille infield
marked improvements and pulled
off some fast snappy plays.
While the visitors startled tbe
spi ctators with two double plays
and ibe fine work of McNair and
1I<’man in tbe outfield were feat
Ttie Randon team impressed the
fans by the clean article of ball
they put up and the sportsman
like manner in which they took
Tbe same teams
by J. W.
meet next Sunday at Bandon.
Bennett, E. Mingus and J. V.
•SmeatoD, according to wishes ex
AB R It PO A E
pressed at a recfent mass meeting of
4 1 2 1 3 1
business men of tbe city and rati
6 0 0 0 0 0
fied by the Chamber of Commerce, Wickman, If
4 0 0 0 0 0
have been forwarded to tbe state Howell, 3 b
2 2 9 0 1
representatives in Congress.
5 1 0 0 3 0
resolutions set forth the fact, that CollierJ., p.
,S 2 2 0 0 0
it is of vital importance that the Liljeqvist, cf
2 3 0 1 1
depressed portions of the north
3 2 2 15 3 0
jetty, at tbe entrauce of the bay, be Collier C., cj
3 1 i 0 0 0
raised to the level of high tide and Collier A., rf
Roy F u II od , aged 12, of North
BeDd, met with an accident while
loading a toy cannon, Wednesday
night, resulting in the loss of tbe
thumb and index finger of his left
Mrs. L. H. Hazard and children
are home from an extended visit in
tells us that she left her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. I. Hacker enjoving
Married— At the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Belloni of Co
quille, July i2, 1911, Mr. Percy
G. Varney and Miss Grace M.
Smith, both of Bandon, Rev. Frank
H. Adams officiating.
Guy Lattin sold the Lattin hotel
yesterday to John Dotson, of Wash-
ington for $ 0 , 500 .
the sale be purchased the Juza
residence property in South Marsh-
field, paying $ 3,700 for it.
Mis. Ollie Clinger of Tualitin,
near Portland, who came dowD
lately with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. E- Matthews, to visit rela-
tives and friend* near this city,
was in town yesterday, meeting
The Nann Smith crossed in on
the 3 d at dead low water. Capt.
Olsen had three leads going, one
at the bow, one amidships and one
at the stern, and he informs us that
the shoalest water found was 21
When the north jetty is
repaired and extended one thou-
sand feet it will add considerably to
tbe depth of water on the bar.
T. V. Davis was down from Cun-
ningham the last of the week and
made our office a very pleasant call.
Mr. Davis is a member of the tug-of
war team from Camp 1 , of the
Smith-Powers logging works which
made the successful pull against tbe
Marshfield team ot snilorsand ’long-
shoremen, which contest was a por-
tion of the Fourth of July program
I L E S
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been duly appointed by order
ol the County Court lor Coos County
Oregon, Executor ol the Estate of
Sarah J. Ferry, deceased, and that all
persons having claims «gainst said
estate are hereby notified to present the
same verified, and with the proper
vouchers to the undersigned at the Law
Office of A. J. Sherwood in Coquille,
Cooe County, Oregon, within six months
front the date of this notice.
Dated this 15th day of June, 1911.
WILLIAM FLOYD Kxecutor ol
the Estate ol Sarah J. Ferry deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that llie under
signed haa beeu duly appointed by order
of the County Court for Coos County,
Oregon. Administrator of the Estate
ol Thomas Anderson deceased, and that
all persons having claims against said
estate are hereby notified to present the
same duly verified, and with the pro
per vouchers to the undersigned at the
Law Office of A. J. Sherwood in Co
quille, Coos County. Oregon within six
months from the date of this notice.
Dated this 15th day of June, 1911.
ANDREW ANDERSON, Administra
tor of the Estate of Thomas Anderson
Your Neightror’N Experience
How you may profit by it.
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Mrs E O
Whiting, 360 Willow St., Akron, O.',
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very serious case of kidney trouble
and I suffered with backaches and
I had specks
floating before my eyes and I felt
all tired out and miserable.,
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got a bottle and took them accord
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The pain and diz
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For sale by C. J. Fohrman.
The S T E V E N S tio ? J 3 S
Double “B arret Hammcrless
S h o t g u n — is *tro n g w t w l u r o
o t h e r u n s a r e w eakest. The b a r
r e ls a n il lu ^ s a r c d ro p -fo r^ e< l in
o n e p ie c e — o f higfh p r e s s u r e s t e e l,
c h o k e b o re d fo r n it r o |>owder—
w it h m a tte d r ib .
Pick up this jrun and feel the balance
o f it — exam ine the w orkin g parts
clo sely and see the fine care anti finish
o f d e ta il— you w ill «ay i t ’s a v inner.
I t lists a t o n ly $20.00 and w ill bo
expressed prepaid d ire ct from the
facto ry in case yon can n ot secure
i t through a dealer.
! Catalog Jr
I am in the market for cbltham
bark, hides and wool. George T.
Piano and Organ
Tuning and Voicing
Action Regulating and
that the jetty be further extended
38 12 12 20 11 i
1000 feet. The construction of a
south jetty to extend ‘ 2,500 feet
AB R H PO A E
out from Coos Head is also advo
5 1 1 1 0 0
McNair, ss, cf. 4
1 0 1 3 1
Messrs. Kime & Von Pegert, the Tuttle, rf
3 0 2 0 0 1
blacksmiths and machinists, are L Cox, 3 b.
4 0 0 3 2 0
about through with the moving of Dipple, p. ss. 4
0 1 0 0 0
their plant to the new building Fieger, c
4 0 0 5 4 0
which stands directly east of the Gallier, If
0 0 9 0 0
Pointer livery barn.
This shop is M. Cox, 1 b
4 0 0 0 0 0
one of the biggest in the county, Deveraux. 2 b 2
1 1 3 2 1
being, we believe, the same in size Digram, p
0 0 0 0 0
as that ot Charles Adams of Myrtle
Point, i. e. fifty by one hundred
34 3 5 24 11 3
feel. The building stands on a
Summary— Three base hits, Tut-
very solid foundation ot piling, and tie. Two base hits, JollDHOD Lil-
the frame is as strong and substantial ¡eqxist 2 , Oerding 2 , c Collie r, P.
as there is any need for, and the Collier, Didple.
Double plays, L.
roof and siding are of corrugated Cox to M. Cox, Dcxereux to M. Cox. still complained of being sore from
Two Hundred and fifty acres eight miiesfrom Myrtle
iron, which greatly reduces tbe Base on balls, off Collier, 2 ; off Dip- the terrible strain.
Peint on the East Fork.
75 acres in the bottom cleared.
Automobile service any time, any
dangers from fire.
Their equip pie, 2; off Ingram, 1 .
Two sets of farm houses, barns, out buildings, etc.
ment will be first class when fully bases, Coquille, 5 ; Randon, 4 . Hij any place.
be divided to suit purchaser.
Is close to school and
T. A. Walker.
installed and they will be prepared by pitcher, Howoll, McNair. Sto
Cheeee factory. Good crop and large lot of stock go with
to do any work in tlieir line in a len bases, Johnson, Howell, How
skilled and workman-like manner. ell, Ijoreuz, J. Collier, C. Collier,
the place if desired.
W. VV. Endicott, the horseshoer, McNair, Dipple, Devereux 2. Earn
has a forge and corner leased and ed runs, Coquille 9 . JIits off Dip
will look after his branch of ple 4 in 5 inning 8 . Hits off Ingram
work in a manner well 7 in 5 inding. Time of game 2:57
Single Loads of Wood Must be Cash in the Future.
Semi-Weekly Oregon Journal
known to a large number of the Umpire, Chas. Baxter.
one year.............................. $1 50
horse owners of the valley.
Coquille Herald one y e a r.. . . 1 50
Born.— In Coquille,
Besides a full and complete line of Bakery Coods* we carry a nice
101 Y e a rs Old
July 7 , D ill, to Mr. and Mrs. Will
ine of confectionery consisiing of
Wilson, a daughter.
Both Papers One Y e a r ....
Grandma Todd of Eugene, this
Mrs. Emma Johnson of Marsh The Shnii-Weekly
county, is in attennance at the con field. went to Bandon for a few
vention of the Christain church at days’ visit yesterday.
Portland. She has lived in this
M. M. Dobbins of Lamps, made Publishes the latest and most com
ciunty for 2o years and this is her
our office a plessant call while in plete telegraphic news of the world:
first visit t j Portland at the ripe old
gives reliable market reports, as it
town one dny last week.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
age of to 1 years She boarded the
is published at Portland, where the
train almost unassisted and is as
A n d everthing usually kept in a first-class Bakery and Confec
market news can be and is corrected
hearly as many a woman of half her section, was a business visitor to to date for each issue. It also has a
age. She walks alone and, although the county seat on Saturday.
tionery. W e also cryar Ice C o ld D r iu k s c f a ll k in d s.
page of special matter for the farm
D. D. Pierce, managir for the Co and home, an entertaining story
she carries a cane, does not depend
Lunch and Ice Cream Parlors in Connection.
upon it for support. She can hear quille Mill A Mercantile Co., has! page and a page or more of comic
without difficulty and readily con gone to San Franeiaco on business each week, and it goes to the sub
M R S . M. N O S L E R and M ISS W IL S O N .
CO Q U ILLE,
verses with people whom she meets. for the firm.
scriber twice every week— 104
Props. Coquille Bakery and Confectney
She remembers her parents speak
Guy Richards of Drain visited times a \ ear.
y ^ Y AYA^ A V A ^ V AYAVAY a — *
ing of the war of8ri 2 and recalls his friend, P. L. Sterling of this I
The Ooqnille Herald
developments of the Civil and Mexi city this week after which he went
can war. Cottage Grove Leader» to Bandon for an outing.
Gives all the local news and hap
penings and should be in every FRED VON PEGERT
K IM E
The Mrs. Todd above mentioned
home in this vicinity.
is a cousin of Rev. A VV. Mulkey,
The two papers make a splendid
formerly of this city, and making North Fork this season, had busi-
combination and you save It by
her home with his brother, Willi*
Lyons & Jones, the merchants «ending yottr subscription to the
Mulkey of Eugene.
S. C. Giles of Myrtle Point, re _ | have just received a new delivery
We can also give our subscribers
It is a
turned Monday from a business wagon for their store.
nobby rig and in keeping with the a good clubbing offer for the Daily
visit to BandoD.
< : ...4r .,*
and Sunday, or S inday Journal, in
qusiness it is serving.
The Margaret Iaes Co. will be
connection with the Herald.
For summer diarrhoea in chil
at the Heazlet Theatere tonigt, to
morrow night and Saturnay night dren always give Chamberlain’s
A aoantry »tore with postofflre In
Don’t miss this show. It ss the Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem connection
A good, new building
edy and castor oil, and a speedy
24x10 feet, good business and acre Cenersl Blacks mithing, Wagon Makiog, Machine Work, Pattern Makin
best we will be likely to have a cure is certain.
For sale by all tract
of tend Inquire at. the Herald
thance to ,ee any ways soon.
and Casting Automobile Work a Specialty.
1 o ffice
JU L Y 14and15
L e a v e Orders W ith
W* C . Laird
Big Bargain M IL L
in Farm Property
K. T. BESTUL
H avin g succeeding I. R. Nosier, is
now prepaired to deliver mill wood
an yw h ere in tow n on short notice.
P lace your
A G reat
J. h . O E R D IN G
order early in order
th at the wood m ay have a chance
to d ry
Fruits, Candy of all Kinds,
Nuts,Tobacco and Cigars,
LUMBER, LATHS, SHINGLES
MOULDING, CEMENT BRICKS
AND BLOCKS, SAND AND
GET YO UR
Kime & Von Pegert
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