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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1912)
We are now Agents for
R E X A L L
Line of Remedies
TAX LEVIES 1911
FOR COOS COUNTY
Three masculine citizens of Co
CARD OF THANKS
quille have the moral courage to
We hereby extend our sincere
George E. Peoples paid Itandon proclaim Candlemus as the day of
a visit Monday.
their nativity. They are planning thanks to our frieuds who furnished
The following are the tax levies
A. F. Grishber of Bridge was a to cast no shadows on February 2. flowers and otherwise contributed
Mr. P. M - Hall-Lewis has decid toward mitigating our sorrow in for the various districts and munic
Coquille visitor Monday.
the loss of our little one. Their ipalities of Coos county for the
Basket ball at Masonic hall Fri ed to open an engineering office and
acts of kindness will never be for- year 1911:
day evening. January 19.
And the Wilson gobbler came his return from Woodburn, Hood
D r . and M r s . K . A . L kkp . ou t. Mo.
back— will he gel the axe?
aud baby, who are visiting relatives
The Herald and three-times-a-
at the lormer city, will accompany
week New York World $2.00.
China Nest Eggs,
This famous religious production
Mrs. Bud Mansell returned last
two f o r _______________
E. (J. Barker, after a few days’ will be on exhibition at the Scenic
week from a trip to the Bay.
visit with relatives on Coos river, Theatre Saturday evening, January
Rev. Rutledge of Marshfield was is again at his store repairing the
20 . Five reels are required to por 8..........
a visitor in the city Tuesday.
measurers of time that have accu
tray the scenes. No one should
239,944 ............ .6
Can the blind be made to see ? mulated during his absence and
No. 550 Trilby Oak, reg, price $5.50, ^
fail to wjtness this interesting and
Call on Dr. Hermann and he’ll see. otherwise serving patrons of his
instructive portrayal of one of the
Harry Oerdiug and Melvin Kern neat and well equipped jewelry most distinguished characters of the
No. 650 Trilby Oak, reg. price $7.50,
left Monday for Han Francisco on a store.
Good Book. Owing to great ex 14
Justice E.G.D. Holden united two pense being incurred in securing
No. 750 Trilby Oak, reg. price $9.50,
Mrs. Finney and children have modest couples in marriage today these extraordinary reels, the price
17....... ......... 127,784..
been spending a few days with
of admission will be 10 and 20 cents.
ord. By request the names of the
friends at Fishtrap.
Mrs. Phoebe Whetstone is report contracting parties are omitted, but
Odd Fellows Install Officers'
ed quite ill at one of the hospitals the justice tied the knot securely
will be known to tbe public.
Lodge No. 53 , I. O. O. F., were in 24
Saturday evening, January- 25........
daughter of Arago, were in the
South are continuing every nigdt 13 , by District Deputy Grand Mas 26...
city last week.
with good attendance and splendid ter L. H. Hazard:
Miss Gertrude Miller of Marsh
Noble Grand—E. G. Ostrander
field has been visiting friends and interest. Presiding Elder Rev. E.
94,118.. . ............1
Vice Grand—T. J. Thrift
relatives in Coquille.
preacbiDg. Rev. C. L. McCausland,
HuDtera’ licensee to the number
Treasurer—L. H. Hazard
Pastor of the M. E. Church South,
Warden—M. H. Hersey
of 447 have been issued by County
Seattle, Washington, will have
R. 8, N. G.—V. B. Pierce
Clerk Watson up to date.
The self-made man is never finish
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
charge of the services next week.
R. 8. V. G.—L. W. Oddy
until some woman gets busy and
Remember Dr. Hermann’s dates
L. 8. V. G.—W. W. Faust
D. Haskins and Ralph Davis
polishes off the rough edges.
19th and 20th January, at the Bax
Chaplain—C. H. Cleaves
Notice is hereby given that the under
were tried yesterday in the juvenile
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Past Grand—C. R. Barrow
signed, William J. Floyd, was by order
court, presided over by Judge John
FOLEY’S HONEY AND TAR COMPOUND of the County Court of the State of
L- A. Liljeqvist was in North F, Hall, on the charge of rape. The
Oregon, for the County of Coos, duly
“ CURES IN EVERY CASE.”
Bend Monday trying a game law victim is between fifteen and six
made and entered on the 5th day of
violation case before Justice Shuster. teen while tbe perpetrators are two
December 1911, appointed Administra
........... 3 Schlitz Hotel, Omaha, Neb., recom tor
The annual stockholders meeting 42.........
of tlie estate of Joseph Ferry de
The Tillamook from Portland or three years older. Both villains
........... 3 mends Foley’s Honey and Tar ceased.
of the Coquille Valley Telephone
reached Bandon yesterda) and it is pleaded guilty to tbe charge. They
Company, as prescribed by the by 45........
All persons having claims against
Compound, because it cures in
expected will arrive at our docks will be sentenced Tuesday.
laws of the said company, will be 46
every case. ‘‘I have used it myself the estate of said deceased are required
present the same, with proper
Value received for your money held in the city of Coquille, Oregon,
.6 and I have recommended it to to
the undersigned, at his
Preacher Evans has been ill with with big interest added 'S the re on Monday, the 5th day ot Febru 48
........ 5 many others who have since told residence in to Riverton,
the grip this week, but is better ward ot all patrons of the Scenic ary, 19x2. All stockholders are re 49...
3 me of its great curative power in Oregon, within six months
now and expects to hold services Theatre. The pictures this week quested to be present as at this time
diseases of the throat and lungs.” date of this notice.
as usual next Sunday.
Dated this 28th day of December
have been unusually good and the officers will be elected for the ensu 52
........... 1 For all coughs and colds it is 1911.
County Clerk Watson has pre four-piece orchestra furnishes mus ing year and such other business H
For sale by
W i l l i a m J. F l o y d ,
sented the necessary papers to John ic well worth the admission asked. will be transacted as may come be 54
15 C. J. Fuhrman.
of the estate of Joseph
A. Rasmussen and Laura Evelyn When in a pensive mood attend the fore the meeting,
Scenic Theatre, and an agreeable
BorgerBon to unite as one.
F rank E. W illard , Sec. 57. .
The Coquille boys were victors in and tasteless antidote will be ad
BANDON TO HAVE PURE WATER
the basket ball game played Janu ministered that will make your
ary I2sagainst the Marshfield boys, pathway on the rugged road of life
Enterprising men of Coquille 61.........
the score being 36 to 16.
Miss Anna Miller, accompanied
| PreacbiDg next Sunday at 11 a. m.
The Leap Year ball conducted by
over tbe property and franchises of 64
the ladies of Marshfield, was re by her brother J. W. Miller, left on
2 and 7:30 p. m. ,
the Baudon Light and Water com 65
Solo by Miss Robinson in tbe
ported a very pleasant affair, about
Miss Miller’s destination is Phoe pany. The new owners will be i;ii
125 couples being in attandance.
nix, Arizona, at which place she is known as the Bandon Light and «7........
Do you need reading glasses? If
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
in hopes ot regaining her health. Water Co., Incorporated, and the 69.........
George & Madison, Props.
so, see Dr. Hermann, who carries
Frank H. Adams, Paster.
For two years Miss Miller held the
the latest aud best. A fit is guar
position of chief stenographer and are as follows :
President—E. E. Johnson.
typewriter in the abstract office of
THE BAPTIST CHURCH
Post Cards will be made from
John R. Rasmussen mid Laura
R. H. Smith creditably to herself Vice-President—L. H. Hazard.
Holds service in the Little Church
this date, .Tan. 8, at
Evelyn Borgersou were united in
......... 3 every first and third Sunday in
and with satisfaction to her employ George B. Laird.
marriage at tbe Baxter Hotel Mon
er. That she may soon return with
Directors—L. H. Hazard, E. E. John 76
.2 each month at 11 a. tu. and 7:30
day last by C. H. Cleaves of the M.
renewed health to her old home is son, Geo. P. Laird and Win. Nye, Jr.
p. m. Everybody cordially invited
E. Church South.
the wish of her many friends in
.9 to meet with us to worship God
Extensive improvements have
Tbe present term of court is Coquille
........ 173,186........ ......... . 7 through Jesus Christ.
Reduced prices on all
been plauned and when consum 79
completed so far as urgent cases
There have been issued 743 cer
are concerned. A few civil cases
lons per day of the purest and clear 82
will probably be brought before tificates to Oregon teachers under est water.
‘ The Grand Leap Year Ball and
Judge Coke in chambers in Marsh
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What and Who is Responsible for
cates, The following is the list of
338,715........ ........... 6.5 the Conditions Existing Around
THE DANGER OF LA GRIPPE
Coos county teachers granted one-
........... 4 About Town,” that will bo the sub
The more ardent voters are regie-
Is its fatal tendency to pneumonia. 1.2
year certificates, out of 37 appli
tering at the court house. While
To cure your la grippe coughs take
ject of Preacher Evans at the Meth
it is expected many procrastinators
odist Church Sunday night. At
Frances Franse, Ruth Sttiffler, Irene Foley’s Honey and Tar Compound. Ohl. Mo.
will be too late, none having the Weekly, Nellie Barton, Laura Hendry. R. E. Fi-iher, Washington, Kansas,
the morning service the theme will
welfare of his commnnity at heart Iva Williams, Susie Neer, Anna Clink- says: "I was troubled with a severe
be “ Simon, Son of Jonas, Lovest
should fail to exercise bis franchise. inbeard, Blanche I.andrith, Iva Ilowey, attack of la grippe that threatened
Thou Me ?”
Alta Stanley, Elizabeth Child, J. R.
E v a n R. E v a n s , I’ astor.
The Bandon high school basket Bunch. Emily Blake, Cbristena Blake, pneumonia. A friend ndvised Fo
ball teams were defeated by the Gladys Roberts, Milllcent Spears, Lela ley’s Honey and Tar Compound
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Myrtle Point teams the score being Buckingham, Violet Stauff, Sylvia Rack- and I got relief after taking the
C. A. HARRINGTON, Prop.
48 to 4, the Bandon girls however
Notice is hereby given that the under"
and my la grippe was cured.” Get
made a better showing and held the
signed has filed in the County Court for
Micklund, Arkie Sprague, Edwin Mel the genuine, in the yellow package. 10
County. Oregon, bis final account
Myrtle Point girls t.> a score of t4 lon,
For sale by C. J. Fuhrmau.
1 10 in the matter of the estate of Thomas
LOCAL N EW S.
^Crescent Ranges ^
Encourage Your Hens to Lay
The Life of Moaea.
R ed u ction on H ea ters
The Rexall Store
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office in Kiohmoai-I* irkir B iilJ in ;
OoQUILLR, O k KQON.
Office Pbone Main 211.
Metal W ood Carriers 50c
A N D E RSON
« New And Second Hand Goods ~
SUNDAY SERVICES IN
C O Q U IL L E
75c Per Dozen
Call And See Us
Rev. J. T. M. Knox, pastor of
the Marshfield Presbyterian church
has tendered his resignation to the
board of trustees, and will locate
temporarily in this city until, it is
rumored, family differences have
A. P. Miller is using printers’
ink to increase his sales which
coupled with the many luscious
things in his model confectionery
store, canDot fail to produce results.
Read his ad elsewhere and a pleas
urable contagion will prompt you to
pay his place a visit.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN
Two corner lots with smell barn,
.located opposite corner from Chris
tinn church, are offered at great sac
rifice if taken soon. Inquire Herald
At any rate the clam knows
enough to shut up.
LADIES EXCEL AS* ENTERTAINERS
The Leap Year en tei tain merit
held Friday evening, January 12,
under the auspices of the Library
Association, proved to be one of the
most enjoyable affairs of its kind in
our city and, if Dame Rumor can
l>e relied upon, will be followed by
functions equally as well planned
and executed. The financial end
of tbe entertainment was fully as
gratifying as tbe social, about $58
proceeds now swelling the coffers
of the Association, and the antici
pated gymnasium building so much
Tbe ladies of the Association
wish to extend sincere thanks to
those who so kindly and efficiently
aided them in the evening’s pleas
ure—the musicians with their merry
notes, the donors of the midnight
delectables, the contribulions of the
genial host of the Baxter and lastly
the members of the press through
whose columns the Leap Year
bugle was sounded.
R. O. Kirkpatrick is the possess
or of a magnificent agate, picked up
by his seven-year-old granddaugh
ter on the beach at Port Orlord. It
has been ground and formed into a
stickpin over which radiant smiles
are manifested by the wearer when
ever the Christmas gift of the little
girl is referred to.
Married:— In this city, January
17, 1912, [high noon] at the resi
dence of the groom's father, J. A.
Young, Esq., Mr. Reuben C. Young
For Sale.— Team, harness, new
and Miss Cordilla Lomas, both of
light Bain wagon. £150 if taken
Bandon, where many friends join
at once. Will sell horses sepnrate-
us in wishing this worthy couple
ly. Inquire at feed barn
long, happy and prosperous lives.
Why bake bread at home when
the City Bakerv furnishes highest
quality fresh every day aud at low
est cost— 3 loaves for 10c. also
cookies and doughnuts at toe per
dozen. Cakes, pies and fancy
pastry are constantly on hand.
Special orders on request.
The City Bakery,
P aul S t e p h a n , Prop.
Anderson, deceased,and that the Coun
ty Court has set Friday, the 2nd day
of February, 1912, as the day and the
County Court room at the court house
in Coquille, Coos County, Oiegon, as
the place for hearing objections to said
final account and the settlement of said
A ndrew A nd erson ,
Administrator of the estate of Thomas
17......... ......... 314,833......................
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
Taxes for the year of 1911 are due and
payable on and after February 5th, 1912,
per cent rebate up to March 15th.
27......... ......... 179,765 ................
From March 15th to April 1st pay taxes
at face. There will be no farther notice
ol the amount of taxes due sent out by
mail, except upon the taxpayers re
quest. Send in your lists of property
as early as possible. W. W. G age ,
Sheriff and Tax Collector.
Dated January 15th, 1912,
T *U l City Levies
Marshfield total levy
OVER as Y E A R S’
North Bend “
Myrtle Point “
To handle best Automobile built in
America. Exclusive in this coun
try. Built by old time line manu
facturer. Self starting. Long wheel
base. No deposit required. Prefer
dealer now in business,but will con
sider live people who will enter bu
siness. This agency includes a com
plete Correspondence Sales Course. |
as equalized, $19,694,797.00.
Largest discount ever offered. Deal Valuation
State and county levy, 17.5 mills.
direct with factory. Address Sales
Manager, 608 Washington Street,
Special City L e r i« i s j V ila sheas
Wanted-To trade 6-room bungalow
with concrete basement, for improv
ed or unimproved farm laud. H.
Schreiber, Box 39, Bandon, Oregon.
le Point 10
h Bend 10
Coos Bay 3
Same Old Place
Come and See
CO QU ILLE
P L Y IN G
R IV E R
8A1LING EVERY EIGHT DAYS
Equipped with wireless appara
tus Twin Screw, new, clean and
Passenger rates, First
Class $10 and 7.50
Up Freight $3.00 per tom
Bandon Warehouse Co. Agents.
Norton and Nosier Agts
COQUILLE. OREG. '
Phone Home 111. Farmer’s 483
P atents Str. Elizabeth
T rade M a r k s
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C o p y r ig h t s A c .
A nrnnm ««ruling ft >k«tch and dM criptlon m»7
nnlpklf MC«rtAlii onr opinion fr — w hether an
Invention I« v r . h ^ f eatw tftbM kC om roonlen.
finn* strict I Tr-inndwiitial. HANDBOOK «*»
sent fra«. «»Meat agency for Mooring patent*.
ratent* taken throoah Mann Jk Co. roealwe
tp*rial notice, without chart« . In thft
Scientific A m erican.
A handaotr.elf lllaetratad weekly. g |
filiatio n o f an y «rientitle In u m ai. T«Vm«.~ÌSft
year ; fo u r m onth«, $L S o ld b y a ll n ew sd ea lers.
C a p t. Olsen,
Will make regular trips between
C o q u ille River anJ San
Fra n cisco .
N o S to p -o v e r at W a y Porta.
Electric Lights. Everything iz First
Reservations at Fnhrman’s II r-