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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (May 30, 1912)
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PHYSICIAN AND SURUKON.
Offloe in HiohtuoaJ-B irkjr BiilJiu;
C oquille , O regon .
Offloe Phone Main 211.
Dr. C. W. Endicott
Office over First National Rank
Phone Main 431. Coquille, Oregon
R. B. HOAG. M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
C o q u il l e ,
O regon .
9:30 to 12, 2 to 5
DR. A. P. INGRAM
Chronic Diseases a Specialty
Room 2, Laird Bldg. Coquille, Ore.
A. J. Sherwood,
A t t o b n k y - a t - L a w ,
N o t a b y P u b l ic ,
W alter Sinclair,
A ttobnby - ät -L aw ,
N otabt PUBt.10,
E. D, SPERRY
Attorney and Councellor at Law .
Offloe in Robinson Building
W. C. CHASE,
A T T O R N E Y -A T -LA W
Office in Richmond-Barker Building.
C. R. BARROW
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Office Pilone 335 Màin
Residence Pilone 346 Main
C oquill * C ity , O r *
J. J. STANLEY
C oq uille , O regon
E. G. D. Holden
L iwyrb ,
G ustici or thb P ia c i
U. 8. Oommisaioner, General Insaranoe
Agent, and Notary Pabilo. Office
in Robinson Building.
Don’t Worry - Eat
Memphis, Tenn.—Mrs. Emma D.
ooney, of this place, says: *‘I suffer-
d misery for nearly eight years, but
ince taking I'ardul, I am much stronger,
nd I haven’t missed a single meal. I
ardly know how to express my grati-
ude.” Don’t-worry about your symp-
ims— Cardui doesn’t treat them.
Vhat you need is strength. Cardui
elpa you to get it. Take Cardui, be-
auae other tonics and medicines do not
ontain its pecnliar and successful in-
redients, imported especially for its
ranufacture. Half a century of suc-
iss, has stamped Cardui with the seal
public approval. During this time,
trdui has benefltted a million worn in.
hy not you? Try it, today.
LOCAL NEW S.
Born:- May 27, to the wife of
Howard Coll cer, this city, a son.
You can S A V li M ONEY at our
shoe sale Friday, May 81 ,- The
Judge Coke adjourned court on
Saturday evening last. Will again
convene Monday, June 17.
Jeweler Schroeder’s residence
has received a coat of white paint
that presents a pleasing appearance.
John Dequer, socialist orator, will
give an address in the ‘ Little
Church” this city tonight. All
The premium lists lor the Oregon
State Fair, Salem, September 2-7,
are now printed aud ready for dis
Dances every Saturday night at
Heazlti hall. Music by the ex
cellent six piece orchestra of the
The final commencement exer
cises ol 'he high school will be held
Friday evening, May 31, at 8:30, at
the Masonic Hall.
The Christian Science Society
will hereafter hold services in the
“ Little Church” instead of W. O. W.
hall as heretofore
A socialist convention will be
held in this city Monday next, June
3, to nominate a full ticket for coun
ty aud state officers.
Frank Burkholder and W. C.
Rose were among the fishermen at
Tenmile lake recently. They re
port excellent catches.
Grover Williams of Daniel’s creek
recently contributed $57 in a justice
court at Marshfield as a penalty for
killing deer out of season.
D utch A uction : — Coquille Val
ley Creamery stock at 80 cents on
the dollar doesn’t sell.
give six bits?— James N. Jacobsen-
Miss Florence Rich of Wash-
ougal, Washington, arrived in this
city Friday evening last for a sum
mer visit with her sisters, Mrs. W.
C. Chase and Mrs. A. N. Gould.
After a strenuous siege of official
duties incident to the circuit court
James Watson, county clerk, paid
a visit to friends and parents at
Coos City the first of the week.
FO R SALE— A nice little FOR SALE, or Trade fo, Real B IG A U C T IO N S A L E
home, with six lots, two in the Estate— Three geldings and one
mare, ranging from 900 to 1200 We " i’ b *° *ute to ,lie <’e,T !e of
bottom, about twenty bearing trees. pQunc|s; ^ ”from 6 to 8 years; all Co,l ,lilll) aB<* surrounding country
Located close to school house, f broke . to ___
j ride. A
eatablrabeit a a once : a
j MONTH sales day in Coquille, selling
Price $1,250. Good terms. ^ee price for two weeks.
on commission. Will list
Pacific Real Estate Co. strictly
uny kind of stock, fowl, funning
Do It In Daylight
J. E. Norton ol Nosier A Nortou
M rs. Jacob Noah and wile of implements, vehicles mid household
is expected home on the next trip Salem, Oregou, accompanied
'’Y; goods any thing that is worth 15.00
of the steamer Elizabeth which is Mrs. D. M. Shine and her brother
or more. No junk or worn out
looked for Monday. Mr. Norton Fred Caplesof Portland, have been
stuff. Will be in the Pacific Rea!
has been absent in San Francisco visiting frieuds and touring Coos
Estate offi -e every Saturday from 10
about two weeks and his partner, as county for the past mouth Their
to 5 for the purpose of listing your
well as his many Iriends, will be call at the Herald office was doub
efferings. Cull and get putticulnrs
glad to see him at his post of duty. ly appreciated by reason of infor
and get acquainted with the aue- !
The steamer Tillamook arrived mation given of the “ old folks at tioneer.
Saturday night with a fair cargo of home.” The parties returned to
Watch the Coquille papers lor '
freight for people of this locality. their places ot residence Friday last. date of first sale.
With the K O D A K T A N K .
As the Tillamook is a valuable ad
Concrete and bitumen required
Let us show you how simple.
N ick J o hnson , Auctioneer.
junct to the shipping interests of for paving the streets of Coquille
n e v s , Clerk.
Coquille, merchants, and others, have arrived and work will be rush
should give it all the patronage pos ed after the ground settles sufficient
NOTICE TO DAIRYMEN
sible and thus iusure its permanency. ly over the sewer to warrant a good
It appears to have been the policy
C. Fast of Portland is in the and durable job. Contractor Mor-
city soliciting orders tor a topo rtsey says the work of paving First of some of the competitors of the ^
graphical map of the northwest street will require but sixteen days O K Creamery to advise tanners,
that promises to be a valuable work to complete, weather conditions and would-be patrons of that plant •5
of reference. It will be lithograph being favorable. The contractors that its owners, Fred B. Haight A
ed 4 x 5 feet in size and will possess are deserving the mantle of charity Company, were not in good finan- I
many important features heretofore as the elements alone are responsi cial standing. In order that all onr <S
omitted Irom work of a like char ble for the delay and it is not within patrons may know the falsitv of
the province of man to stay storms that statement, I wish to advise the f 3
public that I have this day caused 43
The song of the saw, the tamiliar
security to the amount of $5,000 to iS
whistle aud the hum of industry desires.
be deposited in the First National
usually prevalent at the Coquille
Not only will all hats in stock Bank of Coquille. This deposit is to
mill was stilled one day this week at T h e White House be reduced
secure patrons against loss and as
by a portion ol the engine being for ten days, but all hats of one
sure them of our good faith.
broken. Work is now resumed material will be made free of charge
Anyone wishing to verify this <- 3 .
with renewed energy and choicest beginning June I .— First National
statement rnav call on L. H. Haz 43
lumber is again being turned out Bank Building.
ard, cashier of the First National
for shipment to coastwise ports.
Miss Roxie Hall, daughter of Bank.
O. K Creamery,
J. C- Watson has returned from Judge and Mrs. John F. Hall, was
Per M. P. L ong , Mgr.
Albany where he purchased three quite severely injured by being
r 3 :
high-grade registered cows paying thrown Irom a bicycle while coast Now is the time to get rid of your
therefor the sum ol $810. This is, ing down the Commercial avenue Chamberlain's Liniment and massaging
apparently, a high price, but Mr. hill in West Marshfield Monday. the parts freely at each application.
Watson considers the sum reason She was unconscious (or several
able as he desires to enchante the hours. Dr. Mingus stated that she
value of his herd only with the was getting along fairly well al
very best animals to be obtained.
though suffering considerably from
Assessor Thrift returned from the the shock. So far as an examina
Grand Lodge meeting of the Odd tion showed, no bones were broken
Give me your order for fall delivery for Fruit
Fellows at Pendleton Monday. He but she was vomiting considerably
Trees, Berry Plants and Ornamental Stock.
reports a very enjoyable time. Mr. indicating that she may have sus
Can save you money.
Thrift also visited Walla Walla tained internal injuries.— Times.
where the home for Odd Fellows is
Kuights of Pythias of Coquille
located, and speaks highly of the will on Tuesday, June 4, receive
prosperity evidenced in and around an official visit from Frank T.
the city named in consequence of Wrightman. Grand
Commander, and Louis R Stisnon
,5 $ 4 5 o - ! ? > •v?
The Herald is prepared to print Grand Keeper of Records and Seals
For laces, embroideries, fringe,
and all kinds of trimmings go to posters for Fourth of July celebra Kuights of Pythias of Oregou. Both
The W hite House.— First Nation tions in neat and attractive designs. grand lodge officers are residents of
Poaters 28 x 42 inches in size, two Salem at which place the Herald
al Bank Building.
I’atriotic people of Marshfield are colors, with design of Uncle Sam, man and Mr. Stimson worked in
making a move toward celebrating Goddess of Liberty, Eagle or Shield, the same room at the state printing
the Fourth of July in a sane and printed in red and blue upon white office. We know our distinguished
proper manner. Fireworks will not paper make a most desirable bill. printer Knight to be a thorough
be a feature and it is wise for the Samples in miniature can be seen at gentleman, one who enjoys hos
pitality and all the good things of
safety and well being of the town. this office. Order early.
and we doubt not that he and
A “ milky way” was observed by
A. J. Radabaugh informs us bids
will soon be asked for to ditch a a night pedestrian recently at the Mr. Wtightman will be royally en
tertained by their Ccquille brethren.
large tract of land near Norway. City Bakery— or more properly
When brought to a stage where it speaking, the night walker took
AMATEUR NIGHT AT THE SCENIC
can be cultivated, these low lands the milk away. Drippings of the
cannot be excelled for productive lacteal fluid upon sidewalk and steps
afforded a clue and the milk and
man were located in a nearby room Theater managers inaugurated a
Dr. H. E- Hermann, eyesight
Prosecution was waived upon pay new feature at their popular photo
specialist, returned to Roseburg
A DOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLAR EARNED *
ment of one dollar for each bottle play house, that of securing the tal
Saturday last atter a successful
of milk. The way of the trans ent of local people to add to the
business visit to Coquille and Ban-
pleasures of the audience. There
gressor is hard and costly.
dou. Dr. Hermann will give us
will be an extra attraction every
auother professional call on June
Mosier, Oregon, are among the re Monday evening hereafter and is
footwear unde to do double service at a small expense
18 and 19.
and made easier for the feet tliau wbeu first worn.
cent arrivals contemplating making designatad as “ amateur night.”
Miss Alia Stanley entertained her
this city their future home, as Mr. Ralph Fox, Walter Sinclair, John
classmates, the high schools seniors,
L O G G E R S HEAVY SHOES MADE T O ORDER
Jobnsou says “ Coquille looks good Oerding, Clifford Bergen, Bennie
at her residence last Monday even
ns well as the finer grdaes.
enough for me.”
They came in Hersey, Elmer Briner, six right-
If so and if you have the quali
ing. Various card games were
to nil our patrons
with a one-hotse rig. Mr. Johnson
fications to handle the very
played, refreshments were served
comes to us well recommended as
latest, best and fully guaran
and a social time was en
teed lighting systems in this
an auctioneer of ability and integ stage with the hammer in the left
Opposite Firm rs and Merchants Bank,
joyed until a late hour.
district, write at once with full
rity. He will have ouce-a-month hand. Prizes were given to the
M. M. Dobbins of Lampa has
sale days in Coquille selling all winners— Ralph Fox first prize, $ 1 ;
Agent, care of The Herald.
sold his lease on a farm held at
articles on commission the value of John Oerding second prize, 50 c;
that place to a Mr. Carmichael. Mr.
which is $5.00 or more. J. W.
WILL BE IN TOWN
Dobbins leaves by team Saturday
Leneve will act as clerk at these additional prize of a nature to cause
within the next few days and ,
for a northward journey to the I’u- sales.
merriment was given the winners
talk matters over with you.
get Sound country and his destina
while upon the stage. Oue minute
It seems that it is not generally j
at once. Thi3 advertise
tion may possibly extend to British
was given in which to drive the
ment will not appear again.
understood that the partnership
Anywhere— Any time
nails and Ralph Fox completed the
formerly existing between Ned C. j
Two hundred applications for Kelley and J. J. Stanley, doing busi task in less time.
The Scenic six-piece orchestra
automobile and motorcycle licenses ness under the firm name of Coos
were received last week at the office Collection Company, has been dis played an overture entitled “ Jolly
of the secretary of state. Among solved. This dissolution took place Sleighride,” producing the jingling j
of sleigh bells, the merry laughter
the number appears the application
on March 1, and due notice of it
Phones Home 106
of the riders and the clattering hoofs
of Frank Burkholder, this city, Reo
Farmers’ Day 486
was given by publication in this
of the horses so realistic that the i
7502; L. P. Sorenson, Bandon,
paper, as well as in the Sentinel.
audience wer# participants in fancy
It is unnecessary work
Mr, Stanley withdrew from the
R. E. Buck, an old-time resident firm while Mr. Kelley continued if not in fact. The orchestra re
ol Coquille now of Bandon, was in the business under the same firm ceived a rousing encore and another
the city yesterday to decorate the name and has bis office next door
Our family washing
Next Monday evening the comic
graves of cherished ones passed t0 ,he Herald office. While Mr.
service is both satis
away. He reports considerable ac Stanley is no longer a member ol
factory and economi
J. L. LAIRD, Proprietor
tivity at the sea city particularly In this firm he is its regularly retain
cal. Join the happy
the shipping business. We acknow ed legal adviser and attorney, and by Nellie Gardner as the Peach and ;
Leave* Myrtle Point daily at 8 o'clock
ledge a brief though pleasant call may be found in his office over the Lanson Leneve, the Lobster. A i
p. ni., carrying mail and passenger«.
majority and let us
Arrives at Koseburg following evening.
O. O. Lund, republican nominee Farmers and Merchants bank laugh is promised fiom start to the
show you, whether you
Stage leaves Roseburg daily at at 6 a.
for sheriff, was in the city Tuesday where he has been located since the 1
are from Missouri or
m. Special rigs for parties at any time.
having returned from Bandon building was first ready for occu
a native daughter.
where, on the night previous, he pancy.
AUTOM OBILE SERVICE COQUILLE-MYRTLE POINT
ering up-to-date jokes
was in attendance at the institution
Poor appetite is a sure sign of im
Leaves Coquille at 5 p. m. Daily
of a lodge ot Moose. About thirty paired digestion. A few doses of Cham
berlain’s Stomach and LiverTablets will
Bandonites joined the ranks of streng th en your digestion and improve
o moe a .
raoosedom and many more have . y°ur
Thousands have been
benefited by taking these Tablets. Sold
signified a desire to iollow.
I by ail druggists.
I Home Telephone 461.
Fanners Telephone 1.56
Knowltons Drug Store
Geo. T. Moulton
Hides, Woof, Furs
DR. H.E. HERMANN
“ Cascara Bark”
43: Address, COQUILLE, OREGON
June 18 and 19
DO YOU WANT
TO MAKE MONEY
SAVAGE & NEWAM
W ALLING’S AUTO LIVERY
NEW CAR AND GOOD SERVICE
Roseburg-Myrtle Point Stage Line
A U T O SERVICE
phones. T. A. Walker.
LaircTa Livery Barn, Myrtle Point