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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1911)
We are now Agents for
R E X A L L
Line of Remedies
The Rexall Store
LO CA L N E W S .
An acceptable gift— a decorated
plaque — can be secured Saturday,
December 23 , at Anderson’s for
Mr.II. C. Bryant of MyrtJo Point
was in tbe city last week having
been called by the court, but later
excused /rom jury service.
Mrs. J. L. Thompson has an ex
quisite line ot Christmas stationery,
reasonable iu price. Call and in
spect, buy and be pleased.
O. G. Bunch of Dora, wus in town
today purchasing Christinas goods,
and favored the Herald with a call.
C. W. James, State Warden, and
Dr. A. C. Tamiesie of the state asy
lum, Salem, Oregon, are in the city
attending the Garrison trial.
A Joint installation trf officers of
Shad wick Lodge N o. ( 18 , F. & A. M.
and O. E. S. will take place St
John’s Day, Wednesday evening,
Decembor 27 , at Masonic Hall.
Masons and their families are in
vited to attend.
Christmas will soon be here. The
holiday goods are going fast. Cali
and make your selections early.
Everything to choose from at the
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Franklin of
Tillamook, Oregon, announce the
birth of a son, Earl Raymond.
They were former residents of Co
quille and Marshfield, Mr. Franklin
having been lumber inspector at the
latter city for many months.
Teddy bears, durable joy givers
to the little tots, at Mrs. J. L.
Mrs. W. R .’Lawson of Hancbett
Park, San Jose, California, paid the
Herald a visit Tuesday raoruing.
Mrs. Lawson lias been investigating
this part of the country with a view
of settling here and expressed her
self as favorably impressed with the
country and surroundings.
For artistic photos go to the
Acme Photo Co.
J. 8. Dewey of North Bend, lath
er of (ieorge Dewey, who had some
trouble with the high school janitor,
was in Coquille last week interview
ing Prosecuting Attorney Liljeqvist,
who agreed to look into the matter
as soon as court will permit him to
leave the city.
Folsom takes subscriptions for
leading magazines and newspapers
at reduced rates. Save money by
The Coquille band will give a
dance at Nosler’s hall, Monday
eveuing, December 25— Christmas.
The boys ate adepts in administer
ing good feeling at their lunctions
and none who trip the 'Tight fantas
tic” should fail to attend. Tickets
Photo albums, post card albums,
collar boxes, work boxes, manicure
sets, framed pictures, pyrograpby
machines aud patterns to burn.
Anything you want.
Call at the
Tlie Racket will be open until
nine o’clock each evening until af
ter the holidays.
At a meeting of the creamery peo
ple held iu this city December 18,
to determine upon tbe advisability
of organizing a condensed milk
plant in conjunction with the
creamery, it was decided not to en
gage in this industry at the present
THE COMING MAN.
A noted patron of the fsmous
Baxter hostelry, known but to a
select few, of quiet unassuming de
mean, though jolly with those whom
he favors, is tbe young son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. S. Hall, or more
familiarly called “Jack.” Though
but seventeen mouths old, and not
as yet a fluent speaker, this clever
little urchin readily distinguishes
the different animals on bis play
blocks amt, when asked for any
eortuin ' one will poiDt it out with
unerring alacrity. Master Jack is
quite a popular personage and Mr.
ami Mrs. Hall are justly proud of
the coming tnan.
OFFICER KILLED WHILE ON DUTY.
PROGRESS OF IK E
TRIAL OF GARRISON
Seventy acres bench land nicely
The case of Frank 8. Garrison,
who some mouths ago waa convicted located on county road with bouse
of the murdor of Boy Perkins, aud and considerable improvements.
sentenced to be hanged, is again Price $1,200.
beiDg prosecuted by District At
Eighty acres of Coquille river
torney Brown of Roseburg. After bottom land within tour miles of
muny days spent in tbe wearisome Coquille. This is a snap tor $60.00
task of examining jurors, a jury was per acre, with good terms on most
finally secured late Monday even of the price.
ing, as follows:
One of the best dairy farms on
H. A. -Johnson, James T. Jenkins, the Coquille river for the price, 130
Alva Huntley, D. E. Willard, C. 0 . acres, too acres of bottom land all
Piice, Elma Howe, W . R . Foote.' improved; bouse, barn, etc. Price
Aaron Wilson, Orvil Dodge, J. C. pet acre 8125. Terms on part.
Lett, Joseph Meyers, H. N. Tyrrell.
Eighty acres timber land within
Tho identification of tbe body
four miles of Bandon for $15 00 per
found iu Coos Bay aa that of Roy [
Perkins covered considerable time
Large 8-room house and about
and it was not until the middle of
tbe week that all the witnesses for eight lots with barn. Price $1,300.
House aud four lots within three
the slate had been examined. At
of the postoffice for $1,200.
the time of going to press tbe coun
sel for tbe defense was examining Cash $300, balance to suit.
witnesses and no doubt several days
We have a good list of timber
will elapse before tbe case is turned landB, City property, both business
ovor to the jury. No new evidence and residence. Write us what you
has been produced, tbe different want.
witnesses simply reiterating former
Pacific Real Estate Co.
J. YV. L e x e v e . Secty.
The State of Oregon vs. J. L.
Conger of Bandon. Larceny-calf
stealing. Jury returned verdict of
guilty as charged. Defendant sen
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
tenced to he confined in the county
Office in Richmond-B irker B lit Jin ;
jail for a torm of four months and
to pay costs and disbursements of
Office Phone Main 211.
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Leading magazines at Folsom’s.
Mr. Arthur Ellingsen visited Ban-
Mr. James Brockman has just
don on the 19th.
learned that his brother, Charles
Fidwin Brockmau, Marshal of Fort
J. T. Mars of Bandon was in Co-
Collins, Colorado, was shot last
Saturday while in the performance
For artistic photoB go to the
his duty. Mr. Charles E. Brock
Acme Photo Co.
man served as marshal of Fort Col
The healthiest sign in Coquille is
lins for five or six years. He own
that eggs are cheaper.
ed his own home in that city and
A BRIEF “ HOME ON THE SEA”
Mr N. W. Moon of Fairview was
Dr. C. W. Endicott
leaves a wife and two children to
in the city Wednesday.
mourn his untimely death, besides
Among the passengers of the outgoing
D x x t ib t
Mrs. Kelley ofc Riverton spent
his brother, who resides in this city, trip of the Fifield to San Francisco were:
Office over First National Bank
Saturday shopping in this city.
and Mrs. Mary Alice Arneson of G. W. Moore, C. F. Roedel, Mrs. Fay
Jones and daughter, Mr. and Mrs- Dan
Mrs. Henry Johnson was in Co
Myrtle Point, his sister.
Phone Main 431.
iel Giles, Mike Brown, Jack Jansen,
quille from the lower river last week.
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Toliy, David H.
Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Popivolo
FUNERAL OF B. F. HOLLENBEAK
The mirth-giving Billikens at
and daughter Mary, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Mrs. .1 L. Thompson’s.
W. Keith and their two children, W. E.
E. D. SPERRY
The funeral ot the late B. F. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Cal Langworthy,
Marshal Jack Carter of Marsh-
Ilollenbeak, who died in Mexico James Burke, Mrs. C. J . Church, Mr,
Attorney and Coancellor at Law.
tiel I is attending court this week.
City, was held in Fairview Monday, and Mrs. W. M. Knight, Waldo Knight,
Office in It obi neon Building
Mr. George Laird of Bandon was
December 18. Mrs. Hollenbeak M. T. Brazil.
a business visitor in this city Mon
and family aud Otto Epps accom
panied the remains here.
Miss Jean Noel is visiting at the
List of unclaimed letters remain
W. C. CHASE.
home of Mrs. V. A. Mattson in
ing in Coquille P. O. on Dec. 16,
the funeral cortege of B. F. Hollen
Office in Richmond-Barker Building.
Appropriate post-cards for Christ
Bradley, Mr. J. H.; Couger, Mr.
beak from Mexico City, returned to
mas at Folsom’s. Call and see them.
Roy; Ctrneli, A. L. Mr.; Ferrari,
that place Monday evening having
James; Jackmau, Alfred A .; Lewis,
Mi. Ira E. Wheeler of North
received a telegram of the serious
J. W .; Myers, Mr. aud Mrs. J. W.
Bend was a business visitor in Co-
C. R BARROW
condition of his little daughter.
and C. M.; Pfortuer, Mr. Chas.;
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
The child was recently bitten by
Mr. Chas Watson, accompanied
I f not called for by Dec. 31, 19 1 1 ,
Office Phone 335 Main
one ol the poisonous reptiles with
will lie sent to dead letter
by Iiis spn and daughter, left Sat
which that country abounds and
Residence Phone 346 Main
urday for Portland.
grave fears are eutertaiued by office.
C oquille C ity , O re
A. F. L in eo a r , P. M.
For two loaves of bread for five
friends hete that Mr. Epps will not
cents, call at the Coquille Bakery
find his daughter alive.
J. J. STANLEY
Captain E. D. Parsons, formerly
MYRTLE POINT COQUILLE.
master ol the steamer Alliance, has
LA W YER
retired from service.
The basketball game played hi re
M. E. CHURCH SOUTH.
F ro n t Stree
Christmas services as follows:
last Friday evening between the
W. W. Faust it local agent for
C o q u il l e , O regon
Saturday night at 7 :30 the Childrens’
Myrtle Point and COqoille teams
the Oxygenator, an instrument de
was one of the most interesting and Program. This will be an interesting
vised to cure human ills. Box 118.
well played games ever witnessed
Trespass notices printed upon
Sunday Morning at eleven o’clock, a
A. J. Sherwood,
in Coquille, both teams doing Christmas Sermon : “ The Modern View
durable cloth for sale at the Herald
A t t o b n bt a t - L a w ,
Married in Han Fraucisco, Cali most excellent work, with tbe fol of tbe Wondrous B irth .” Anthem by
N o t a b t P u b l io ,
fornia, November 11, 1911, Francis lowing results: The Myrtle Point tbe Choir, “Joy Fills The Heart To
Choicest candies, fruits and nuts
J. Smith of Coalinga, California, girls defeated tbe Coquille 38 to
to be obtained at Foliom’s.
rell, ‘ ‘The Song of Bethlehem.”
and Joyce C. Fish of Coquille, Ore nothing. In the first half the boys
Sunday night at 7:30, a Cantata by
Marion Custer and Walter Hodge gon.
After the ceremony Mr. and scored 7 to 12 in favor of Coquille; the Choir: “ The First Christmas.”
are home from Eugene, spending Mrs. Smith weut immediately to
last half 11 to G iu favor of Myrtle This will be a musical service, there
the holiday vacation. They walked their home in Coalinga, California.
A t x o b n e y - a t - L a w .
Point, making the final score 18 to
in from Roseburg.
N otary P u b l ic ,
The best productions of the toy 18 . Thb first two points after the
E. C. Kern has gone to Grand maker at Mrs. J. L. Thompson’s.
i Mrs. E. Tyrrell
tie being won by Myrtle Point that
Soprano ■ Mrs. W. H. Lyons
Junction, Colorado, to attend to
/ Mrs. D. D. Pierce
The steamer Tillamook arrived team was declared the victor. In
some business matters there.
. . . (Mrs. Chas. Skeels
Tuesday evening at seven o’clock the preliminary maneuvers And dur
The Coquille Bakery and Confec btinging a cargo of wheat and oats ing the game both teams displayed
Hall & Hall,
tionery is now Belling bread two consigned to the Farmers’ Union. great skill anil the citizens of each
A tTom iins-AT L a w ,
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loaves for five cents.
Dealer in R i a l E s t â t » o f all k in d s.
She left here Wednesday morning town are proud of their home team.
1 H. Parsons
Miss Margaret Haberly and Miss at nine o’clock taking machinery
Base - Melvin Kern
RAYMOND TEAL COMEDY COMPANY
( J . J . Lamb
Lelah Buckingham of Bandon are from Lampa Creek, hides and pota
Accompanist—Mrs. M. O. Hawkins.
in the city taking the teachers’ ex toes; also a mangle machine from
The Raymond Teal Musical Com If yon are a lover of good music plan
E. 0. D. Holden
the Coquille Steam Laundry Com
edy Company closed a two nights’ to lie at theee services. Everybody
L aw tsb ,
If you are looking at a picture, pany.
engagement here last evening, play most cordially Invited.
J tn r riri o r t h s P b a c z
you try to give it the advantage of
Job printing— the kind
U. 8. Oomniiasiooer, General Insurants
a good light. Be as courteous to pleases— at reasonable prices at the ing a different comedy each night.
Agent, end Notary Pnblio. Office
That the efforts of the company
your fellow-being as you are to a Herald office.
in Robinson Bonding.
J. A. Deadmond, whose ranch is evidenced by the crowded houses and 7:30 p. m.
Call at Anderson’s for deco, «led located on the North Fork ot the
and the hearty and continuous ap
Frank H. Adams, Pastor.
plaques which will be on sale Sat Coquille river near the well known
urday. December 23 , only, at 50 j Moon ranch, was in the city this
ST. JA M ES EPISCOPAL.
Mr. Teal is a comedian ol high
DR. K. A. LEEP
Services first and third Sundays
week purchasing a spraying pump order and the company as a whole
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Mrs. Walstrom of Parkersburg for the purpose of cleaning bis or render their several parts in a man
ery Sunday at 10 a. m.
was in the city last week visiting chard. The rauchers all through lier worthy of the patronage given
First National Bank Building
rchdoacon Wm. Horsfall, rector.
_. her daughter Mrs. O. C. Hanford. that vicinity are preparing for a them.
Tweedle-dee, Campbell kids and general orchard cleaning and expect
CHURCH O F CHRIST.
Preaching each Sunday, morning
all the latest novelty dolls at Mrs. soon to have their holdings in ship
Lorine, the two-year-old daugh
and evening, except tho. third Sun
.T. I j Thompsons.
ter of O. W. Wilson of the Scenic
R. R. HOAG, M. 0.
day In each month.
Ed Moss, a Smith-Powers ern- | Some splendid books to bo had Theatre, one of the promoters of
plo/ee at Camp 7 , broke his nose at the Backet Htore. Just the kind this company, deserves personal
Christian Endeavor each Sunday'
nr d bis been taken to Marshfield for boys to pass away the time; long mention in connection with the suc evening.
winter evenings at home.
C oquille ,
O regon .
cess of the comedy, as she was per
You are heartily welcome.
sistent in maintaining a prominent
For auylhing beautiful in fancy
T. B. McDonald, Minister
Dame Rumor indicates that wed , position near the footlights, spurring
lu xes, or baskets, of candy give the
ding bells will soon lie ringing tor the dancers to better efforts, super
THE BAPTIST CHURCH
Coquille Bakery and Confectionery
Coos Bay couples as follows;
H olds services in tbe Little Churli
vising the musical director and tak
9:30 to 12, 2 to 5
James Cowan. Jr. and Miss Cora ing general charge of the forepart every first, second and third Sun
A number of Marstifield people
Bowron of Marshfield to be mar o! the buildiDg. The vigorous en day in each month at 11 a. rn. and
DR. A. P. INGRAM
are iu the city this week atten ding
ried about December 27.
tho Garri-on trial, many being
Diseases a Specialty
Harry Bussell and Miss Winifred lied off first prize had she been
witnesses and others merely inter
Bldg. Coquille, Ore.
ested in the proceedings.
thereof. A certified checkin the amount
of 5 per cent of the bid must be sub
mitted with the hid to lie forfeited in
the event a bidder fails to enter into
contract upon the contract being award
ed to him. Bida to be in by the first
day of January, 1912.
The common council reserve the pow
er to reject any and all bida.
Witness my hand this I2th day of
December, ld ll.
J . 8. LAWRENCE,
N O T IC E
Notice is hereby given that the Com
mon Council of the City of Coquille
upon the 8th day of December, A. D.
1911, duly adopted an ordinance entit
led “ An ordinance authorizing the con
struction of u city wharf by contract,
specifying the details thereof, providing
for the payment thereof by warrants
issued out of the general fund and de
claring an emergency," and the same
waa duly approved by the mayor of the
Reservations for berths ou the 8.
Citv of Coquille on said day, and which 8. Elizabeth tor San Francisco, call
ordinance has been placed on file and ia at Fuhrman’a Pharmacy.
open to the inspection of all persona in
terested, aud auv and all objection« to
the same must he filed within ten days
from the date thereof.
Notice is hereby also given to con
tractors to submit sealed bids for the
construction of said wharf in accordance
Printed at the
with said ordinance aforesaid, plans,
map and 8(>ecificatU)na furnished by the
city engineer as mollified hv tbe com
mon council of said city and which are
attached to said ordinance as a part
From 75c to $1.25 Values for
50c on Saturday December 23
^ ^ New And Second Hand Goods^ ^
¡" c it y
b ak er y *!
PAUL STEPHAN, Proprietor
Biggest loaves and best bread baked in Oregon 5c a loaf, three
loaves for 10c. Thirty loaves for $1.00. Baked at home by a resi
dent baker. Patronize home, especially when the home product
is the best. The only bakery in Coquille. Bread cheaper than
you can bake it yourself. Delicious fruit cake at 40c a pound.
SUNDAY SERVICES IN
Bread Shipped Anywhere In The County
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