Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, February 15, 1912, Image 3

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    SCHOOL NOTES
A sermon of unusual merit will be
delivered by Evan It Evans, pastor
G. W. Clinton of Myrtle Point of the Methodist Episcopal church,
The basket ball games away from ----------------
visited the Herald recently.
Sunday morning, Fib. 24 . While
Choice onion sets at Knowltou’s
home were played by the local
Basket ball, the last ot the season, “ Odd Fellowship’’ is the theme it ‘
teams at Marshfield and North Drug Store— 12 J$c lh.
will, nevertheless, be interesting to
at Masonic Hall next Friday.
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.Bend last Friday evenings. The ; Garden seeds, 3 papeis for ioc(
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True, at Dow’s Warehouse, for all, ’ for this order, ’ founded upon Coquille
team won the Marshfield j at Knowlton' h Drug Store.
beneficent principles, has done mer­
fertilizer. See adv. elsewhere.
game bv a score of 26 to 13. The
For sale— two good cows. Nile
Rev. C. H. Cleaves reports sever­ itorious work toward the better­ North Bend game was a hard
Purified petrolium, emul­
Miller. Phone 7x7 Farmers.
ment
of
mankind.
The
local
lodge
al cases of scarlet fever at Myrtle
fought battle and ended in a score
will meet in their hall at 10 a. m.
sified
with
hypophos-
Large supply of garden grass and
Point.
of 15 to it in favor of North Bend.
phites o f lim e and soda.
George G age, the Riverton coal and go to the church in a body.
The local team put up good team field seedB at Kuowlton’s Drug
W. S. Hall returned from Ban work in both games, hut the exer­ Store.
dealdr, is hustling in the interest
of the famous fuel. He advertises Francisco the first of the week tions of the game at Marshfield put
TH REE small ranches for rent
whither he had been on business the boys out of form sufficiently to within one mile of Coquille. See
T onic, stim ulaut, nutri
in the Herald.
Kime & Von Pegert are having a for about three months. He re­ make it impossible for them to hit Alva Warren,
tive, intestinal, a n t i ­
rush of work at their mechanical mains here for a short time when the North Bend baskets. They had
Finest onion sets it is possible to
s e p t i c , anti-tubercular.
shop and are turning out the same be again takes an absence for a ample opportunity to throw at the grow— I2j£c lb., at Knowlton’s
brief period in answer to a call basket and had they been in usual
with promptness.
from the National Borax Company form, the score would have told an Drug Store.
Frank Greenough, a dealer in log­
$ 1 . the Bottle
of Ventuta county, California, with entirely different story-
The onion sets at Knowlton’s
gers’ supplies at Bandon, was in the
whom he was associated for ten
Drug
Store are the finest that can
Both the girls and boys ol Ban­
city Monday transacting business.
years. After his work with the don are coming up Friday evening be grown— I2j4c 1!>.
Hans Krapp of Bandon played borax people is concluded, Mr.
Northern grown garden seeds,
the game with a revolver that ter­ Hall will remain here permanently, to play the final game of the season
with us. This will undoubtedly be thoroughly tested, 3 papers for 10c,
minated in bis death Moudav. The much to the happiness of hia estim­
a good game- The Bandon people at Knowhon’s Drug Store.
suicide was a bachelor.
able family and the pleasure of his are planning an excursion and will
PHARMACY
Don’t be a Sampson— get a mo­
There will be a grand ball at the many friends.
probably bring a large crowd.
dish hair cut at J. L- Thompson’s
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Norway ball, Norway, Saturday
The Rexall Store
Superintendents Raab of North by the newly arrived tonsorial ar­
FELLER ROBINSON NUPTIALS
evening next, February 17 . A
Bend, Tiedgen of Marshheld, Dr. tist.
good sociable time guaranteed all
McCormac and
Superintendent
The residence of Mr. and Mr*.
who attend. Admission 50 centa.
Buy your garden seeds at
Bunch are making a tour of the
DR. RICHMOND
Fred
Belloni
was
the
scene
of
one
H. E. Folsom of the Bradley
Knowlton’s Drug Store. Full stock
country
visiting
the
schools
of
the
PH YSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Candy Company, Marshfield, a of the prettiest weddings which various cities. They spent Tues­ of northern grown seeds, both bulk
Offloe in Kiohtmnid-Barker Bidding
relative of onr townsman, was in has ever taken place in Coquille. day morning in the Coquille and papers.
C o q u il le , O bbqok .
town recently talking sweetly to Monday, February 12, at 12:30, Mr. schools and visited every room in
Buy your garden seeds in bulk—
William Francis Feller of Portland
Offloe Phon« Hain ni,
our dealers.
the main building, making appro­ peas, beans, corn, onions, radishes,
Assessor Thrift is in Salem for and Miss Edna Constance Robinson priate addresses.
etc. All fresh, choice seeds at
a few days rendering service to the of this city— a niece of Mrs. Belloni
Mrs. Chase and Miss Rae are out Knowlton’s Drug Store.
Dr. C. W. Endicott
state in promulgating a more — were united in marriage by the of school with la grippe. The? are,
Wanted.— Woman or girl for
equitable and uniform law regard­ Rev. Frank Adams.
however, improving and will proba­
D in n e
housework one or two days each
Through rooms beautifully deco­
ing assessment and taxation.
bly be in their rooms again next
week. Notley addition. Address
rated with violets, Oregon grape
Office over F in t National Bank
E. O. Howe is fitting up Allen
Herald office.
and huckleberry the wedding party Monday.
A flag has been purchased for
Phone Main 431.
Coquille, Oregon Collier’s building for a restaurant
advanced to strains of the wedding
G a r d e n F e r tiliz e r — Super Pnos-
to be occupied by Mr. Harrington,
each building and is hung each
march as rendered by Mrs. Morris,
who will move from his present
week in the room having the high­ phate— the best, cheapest and m ost
the bride being accompanied by
quarters as soon as completed.
est percentage of attendance for the clean ly fertilizer kn ow n . F o r sale
Miss Emily Harlocker, gowned in
E. D, SPERRY
W. A. Goodman and wife return­ white and carrying pink carna­ preceding week. In the North in any quantity from ten p o u n d s
J. E. Q u i c k .
Attorney and Ooanoellor at Law.
ed on the Fifield from Southern tions, Mr. Alex. Cope acting as building the third grade had the up.
honors
last
week
while
the
Becond
California whither they have been best man for the groom.
Help Wanted. — Man and wife
Offloe in Robinson Building
grade is the holder of the flag for wanted to work on dairy ranch.
visiting several weeks. He pro­
The bride was handsomely gown­
nounces Oregon as good enough ed in while crepe d’chien and car­ the present. In the maiu building Man must be a good milker. Wages
T
the fourth grade has been victori­ $50 per month. Job open February
for him.
ried white carnations.
W. C. CHASE.
ous
two weeks in succession.
20, 1912.
J. C. Msgill lias the agencv for
Following the ceremony a feast
The debates of the State League
B e r t B k k k i , Arago, Ore.
ATTOKNEY-ÀT-LAW
the Wagner Motorcycle for Coos was served consisting of all the
county. See his adv., elsewhere delicacies of the season, the abund­ will be held next Friday evening.
Offloe la Richmoml-Barker Building.
Stenography ana typewriting for
for prices, which are reasonable ance and quality of which could The North Bend High School will
debate here, the local school being business and professional men expe­
and the machine the beet.
not be excelled.
ditiously transacted at the Herald
Frank Burkholder and wife have
Mr. Feller is a real estate man of represented by Naomi Knowlton,
office. All work entrusted to us
C. R. BARROW
Perry
Lawrence
and
Alice
Stanley.
returned from San Francisco. They Portland and bears a high reputa­
treated confidentially.
Attorney and Ooonaellor at Law
Our
negative
team,
consisting
of
made the trip by auto four and one- tion among those who know him,
Irvm
Custer,
Mae
Lund
and
Will
Office Phone 335 Main
half months ago, but the hoiae- while the bride is well known and
Residence Phone 346 Main
comiog was made by Steamer F i­ well liked in this city and commu­ Barrow, were to have gone to
field. Friendly
greetings
were nity having lived here for many Marshfield but that school failed to
C o q u ille C i t y , O b i
raise a team. Some chauges will
theirs on every hand
years.
T
T
Mr. and Mrs. Feller left on the have to be made in the schedule,
Workmen are engaged construct­
M. E. Church South
but what they will be has not been
ing the frame-work of Charles I. afternoon train for Marshfield there
J. J. STANLEY
determined.
to
take
the
boat
for
Portland.
The
Kime’s modern bungalow. When
Services Sunday February 18 , as
LAW YER
this portion of the work is com­ good wishes of their many friends
usual, preaching by the pastor.
The
pupils
of
the
sixth
grade
go with them to their new home.
Martin Building
•
Front Stree pleted it will be left for a month or
rendered the following program in Morning subject, “ Regeneration.”
so in order that it may settle firmly
C o q u i l l i , OnaaoH
Married:— William John Mannix their schoolroom last Friday after­ Evening service at 7 : 30 . You are
upon the foundation before plaster­
invited.
and
Mary Downing were marrid at noon:
ing. Contractor EUingsen is doing
C. H. C leaves , P astor .
1—Song, "L ittle Busy liee” —School.
Santa
Ana,
California,
Friday,
Feb­
the work.
A. J. Sherwood,
2.—“ The Twelve Little Merchant«,”
ruary 2, 1912. Miss Downing will
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Agnes McCue.
The last basket ball game of the
Arrossir - a t -I j XW,
be remembered by many Coquille
3—
“ The V o ic e B of theWinda” —Hazel
season
will
be
played
in
the
Mas­
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
N o t a it P u b l ic ,
citizens as a former teacher of music
Price, Mildred Norton,
Clara
onic Hall this city Friday evening,
Preaching next Sunday at 11 a m.
Coquille,
:
:
Oregon
Lund, Ruth Stanley.
in this city. While here she made
Februaiy |6, between the Bandon
No
evening services.
"T hree Little Kittens” —Merrill
her home with the family of J. J. 4—
and Coquiile teams— both the boys
Frank H. Adams, Paster.
Pointer.
Stanley who speaks in most estima­
5—
Song, “ Just Before the Battle,
and girls. A good crowd is looked
W alter Sinclair,
ble terms of the prize won by our
Mother” —School.
for from Bandon and certainly Co­
THE BAPTIST CHURCH
ArroanET-ÂT-Law.
neighbor to the southward.
6—
"T he Strange Boy” —Fred Lorenz.
Holds service in the Little Church
quille
will
be
largely
represented
NoTaar P u b lic ,
7—
“ Under the Snow” —Flossie Lund.
every first and third Sunday in
as the games will be hotly contest­
6—“ Teacher” —Lois Varney.
Married :— Harry H. Smith and
Coquille,
:
¡
Oregon.
each month at n a m. and 7:30
ed and intensely interesting.
Mary Ethel Watson were married at 9—“ Self Control” —Paul Kirstman, p. m Everybody cordially invited
Jamie Mast, Foster Bitiier, Ralph to meet with us to worship God
University of Oregon, Feb. 2.— the residence of Charles I. Kime,
Cox, George Alexson.
through Jesus Christ.
Miss Gretchen Sherwood of Co­ this city, Saturday, February 10,
E. 0. D. Holden
10—
“ The Village Rubbersmith” —Doris
quille has been appointed on a 1912, at 7 p. m., Reverend Evans
Tyrrell.
Lawinn,
CHURCH O F CHRIST.
committee to organize a Ireshman officiating. Following the ceremony 11—
J ustice or tee P esce
“ Little Jamie Monday Morning”
Preaching each Sunday, morning
Homer Oddy.
0 . 8. Oommissiooer, General Insnranae glee club at the University of a delicious repast was served and
and evening, except the third Sun­
Song, “ Lightly Row” —School.
Oregon. This glee club will par­ congratulations extended the newly 12—
Agent, and Notary Poblie. Offloe
day ln each month.
ln Robinson Building.
ticipate in all the freshman social wedded pair. The contracting par­ 13— Debate—“ Resolved, That Life in Bible school at 10 a. m.
the Country is More Favorable to Hu­
functions of the year. Miss Sher­ ties were recently from Portland
Coquille Oregon.
Christian Endeavor each Sunday
man Development than Life in the
wood is also on the committee that where Harry P. Kime became ac­ City.” Affirmative— Elsa Peoples, Lu- evening.
You are heartily welcome.
is to give the freshman dance on quainted with the groom, hence the ella Phillipeon, Charlotte McDonald.
T. B. M cDonald, Minister
Negative— Leslie Schroeder, Alexander
the 17th of February.
DR. K. A. LEEP
courtesy of having the wedding
Lowe, Howard Pointer.
William Langston, nephew of bells jingle at the home ot Mr. Kime.
ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Mrs. C. R. Barrow, is here with his Apartments at the Bledsoe will be
The Evangelical Lutheran church
Services first and third Sundays
family with a view of locating a temporary abode tor the happy at Norway is having services every o f each month.
First National Bank Building
Sunday school
should business justify. Mr. Langs­ couple. Mr. Smith is engineer on second snd fourth Sundsy in each every Sunday at 10 a. m.
ton is a general contractor, among the steamer Favorite and we trust month at 3 p m. at the little church. Archdeacon Wm. H orsfall, rector.
his more recent work being that of his chesen partner will assist in We cannof boast upon our music,
putting in a water-power plant at governing bis craft aright.
R. B. HOAG. M. D.
but we can truthfully say that
Wichita Falls, Kansas, a state from
every sermon delivered is taken
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
HOUSEWIVES* ATTENTION
from Holy Scripture, and shows
whence he hails. He has also
sinners the wsy unto salvation. All
Richmond-Barker Building.
spent two years in Washington,
Why bake bread at borne when are invited.
C oquille ,
-
-
O regon .
D. C„ making improvements at
the City Bakery furnishes highest
F a t h e r Z k h r , Pastor,
Both Phones.
the capitol city. We trust be may
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quality fresh every day and at low­
deem it advisable to locate in Co­
NOTICE
est cost — 3 loaves for 10 c, also
quille.
cookies and dougbnute at 10c per
The installation of officers of the
Phone 494
Office Hours
W. W. Endicott. a well known dozen. Cakes, pie», and fancy County Lodge of the Farmer’s
9:30 to 12, 2 to 5
mechanioof Coquille, has just re­ pastry are constantly on hand.
Educational and C 0-0p e r a t i v e
The City Bakery,
DR. A. P. INGRAM
ceived a United Statee patent for a
Union of North America will take
P aul S t k p h a n , P rop.
CH IROPRACTOR
George & Madison, Props.
unique, simple and durable device
Phone 376 .
place Saturday, Feb. 24 , 1912 , at
Chronic Diseases a Specialty
whereby farmers, and others hav­
10 a. m. at W. O. W. Hall in this
Room 2, Laird Bldg. Coquille, Ore.
DAIRY STOCK FOR SALE
ing wagODs, can keep the tires firm­
city.
ly in place at all times. ‘ Wagon
Tbirtj -eight cows and heifers—
General photographic
CAM OF TIMOS
Rim Adjuster” ia the title choaen one of the heaviest producing herds
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN
work, portraiture and
I and from tba viewpoint of the Her- in the valley. Don’t take my word,
Two corner lots, with small barn,
We wsnt to thank the people of
viewing, developing
1 aid man, to whom the device waa get creamery records. Most of the |ocated opposite corner from Chris-
and printing for ama­
Ooos county in general and Coquille
shown, it appears appropriate. It cows freshen in March. This is an jjao chm ch, are offered at great sac-
teurs. Call and see us
and vicinity in particular for their
will be sold at a price that will pay opportunity seldom offered, to get rifice ¡, taken soon. Price, $425.
kindness to ns and also for their
and get price. Branch
for itself in a single season and will good stock at the right time. See Address C. A. Pendleton, Coquille,
help in getting us back to our home
at Myrtle P o i n t .
laet for years It will soon be plac­ me at once if you want them. Oregon.
in Texas. We will never forget the
ed npon the market, due announce­ Phone— Farmers 55 , .I C. Walling,
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.
kindness shown.
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For Sale— Stock Hogs. Inquire
ment
of
which
will
be
given.
Arsgo,
tregon.
of
G.
A.
Mintonye.
Tel
264
Farmers
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R. A. J on h s a n d W ifk .
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Buyers1 Guide ¡ ^
EMULSION
FUHRMANS
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CRESCENT RANGES r
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R ENOWNED-REU ABLE
Columbia Graphophone and ten Records *975
Trunks, upwards from ._________ ------- 4-95
Mrs. Pott s Sad Irons, set_____
------- 1.25
Q uilts--------------------------------------
I#5Q
Cotton Blankets__________________ IOO
Five Platters, regular $1.40, now______ qc C
G a v a n ize d
Tubs _______________
Padlocks____________
Looking Glasses _____
Granite Pie Pans__________________
Tin Pie Pans ____________________
Chair Seats______________________
“ Sure Catch” Rat T ra p s ____________
Mouse Traps ____________________
7 cC
25c
2^c
IOc
loc
5c
Our Prices are Right
C A L L A N D SEE
ANDERSON
New A nd Second Hand Goods
j
.
Nosier Sc Norton
G E N E R A L COMMISSION
And Wholesale Merchants
Feed, Flour, Hay, Fresh Fruits and
Vegetables, Agents De Laval Seperators.
Freight and Ticket Agents Steamers
Fifield, Bandon and Alliance. Coal Oil,
Gasoline and Distillate Always on Hand.
SUNDAY SERVICES IN
COQUILLE CHURCHES
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