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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (June 6, 1912)
A BIU LIVE STOCK SALE SUNDAY SERVICES IN
“ Blest Be the Tie That Binds’
F O R S A L E — A nice little
County Clerk Watson issued the fol home, with six lots, two in the
lowing marriage licenses during the i.
bottom, about twenty bearing trees. The First Big Stock Sale of this Section
A. E. Curoutte and Matilda Edwards. Located
Lester T. Oement and Mabel C. Ad- Price 11,250.
school house, j
G o o d terms.
Andrew O. Erickaon und Edith L. ¡ B. Folsom.
Purified petroliuui, emul
sified with hypoplios-
phites of lime uud soda.
Tonic, stimulant, nutri
tive, intestinal, a n t i
s e p t i c , anti-tubercular.
$ 1 . th e B o ttle
P H A R M A C Y
The Rexall Store
P H Y SIC IA N S
DR. JAS. RICHMOND
Office in Kirhmond-Jtarker Bldg.
Office Phone Main 211
R. B. HOAG, M. D.
Dr. C. IN. ENDICOTT
Office over First National Bank
Phone Main 431
A. J. SHERWOOD
A ttorney at L aw
First National Bank Building
L. J. LILJEQI/IST
A ttorney at L aw
First National Bank Building
A ttorney at L aw
E. D. SPERRT
A ttorn nr and
Cdt’N'BKLLoK at L aw
Office in Robinson Building
W. C. CHASE
Geo, P. Jensen and Anna G. Cole-
C. R. BARROW
A ttorney and C ounsellor at L aw
Office Phone 335
Residence Phone 346
J. J. STANLEY
E, G. D. HOLDEN
Justice of Peace, Notary Public
U. S. Commissioner
Office in Robinson Building
is a regular “ Johnny
on the spot” — he nev
You’ re always up on the
dot if he is in the sleeping
There’s a true ring to his
morning greeting t h a t
makes early risers sit up
and take notice.
H e gets a rise out of the
But don’ t take my word
for it. Come in and see
for yourself. I always keep
him on the counter where
everyone can see him.
T h e Jew eler
K E P A IR IN G
C O Q U IL L E
Twelve head of horses and fifteen
head of cattle have already been
listed, and many more to be lifted
before the day of sale.
One blooded stallion, one team of
matched blacks 4 and 5 years old,
one team of bay drivers, one sad
dler, seven bead general purpose
horses, one 3 year old Jersey cow,
six yearling heifers, four yearling
steers, one 7 year old cow, two 3
year old heifers, one year old Jersey
null subject to register, one good
buggy, one hack.
A credit of from six to twelve
months will be given on some of
this stock, purchaser giving a satis
Don’ t forget the date, Saturday,
June 15, at 10:30.
Nick Johnson has purchased two
A Itorney Sinclair is iu Koseburg lots of B. Folsom upon which he
will build iu the near future. The
on legal business.
lots are admirably situated on First
Mrs. Stephen Gather of Bandon
street in a choice residential dis
was in the city Tuesday.
Geo. E. Peoples it is said will en
Mr. W. J. Longaton and family
gage in the real estate business.
are nicely located in the L. H. Haz
Judgo John F. Hall is now pre
ard residence for the summer, where
siding at a regular session of the
Mrs. and Miss Lougston will be at
home to their friends on Friday
Wm. Candlin returned Tuesday afternoons.
from a successful business trip to
Worthy of Publication
The address of Superintendent
Johnathan Quick left on the
N ic k J ohnson ,
Breakwater Tuesday for a two Howard takes up considerable space
weeks’ stay iu Portland.
our columns believiug it will find
W. J. Conrad, secretary of Coos
universal favor uruoDg our . readers.
School District Meeting
County F'ire Patrol Association,
Marshfield, was in the city today.
The annual meeting of School
Will Not Return Alone.
No. 8 will be held in the
Attorney Liljeqviat is plunning a
C W. Endicott, our expert dent
trip in the near future to his old ist, leaves Tuesday by way o f Drain High School building, Coquille,
home in Wisconsin. His wife will for North Dakota to be absent a Monday, June 17, 1912. A director
mouth. Grant Bunch will have to serve three years and a clerk for
Charles Evelaud will soon try charge of the office during the ab one year will be elected.
and boil out the rheumatism iu his sence of Mr. Endicott.
left arm in a couldrou commonly
A Model Place Beautified
called Turkish bath.
Paul Stephen of the City Bakery
P. M. Hall-Lewis has taken hold
not to he outdone even by the
of the city engineer’s work with a
in making improvements. He
vim and that it will be properly e x
ecuted under his guidance none is having the interior of his model
bakery painted and repapered iu
fine style, a joy to himself and a
Z C. Strang of Gravel Ford left
beauty to his many patrons.
Tuesday for Portland for an ab
sence of two months, tils wife and
Ball Park Improved
the Herald, both loved and indis
Workmen have been engaged
pensable, accompany him.
during lire past week fixing up the
E. C. Barker and wife came over
from Marshfield Siturday to visit
relatives aud friends. Mr. Barker
returned Monday as work in his
jewelry store would not justify a
Edward E. Dyer of Marshfield
is in the city looking after building
conditions. He superintended the
construction of the W. C. Laird
building which is a good monu
ment of his labors.
Attorney Sehlbrede was in the
city today on legal business He
took a quantity of Coquille straw
berries home with him as they are
better thau those raised in the less
suuuy fields o[ Marshfield.
A ttorny at L aw
Ollice in Rifilinomi-Barker Bldg
How motion pictures are made
and shown at thç Scenic theater
Be Held on Satirday, June läth
Quite a surpriso awaited those
assembled at the morning service
last Sunday at the Church of Christ.
After the opening Bong the organ
ist, Mrs. Maud Wilson, played a
march while the minister led a little
procession from the Bible School
room to the alter where Miss Viiia
I. Moody was united in the bonds
of matrimony to Mr. Alva Custer.
The groom’s brother, Irvin, acted
as best man, and Miss Della Bryant
of Myrtle Point as bride's maid.
The church was very prettily dec
orated and after the services, the
relatives and bridal party were serv
ed with a p h a.in gan d bountiful
dinner at the home of the groom.
The bride’s gown was especially
becoming, made of cream messaliue
silk. Sue carri< d a shower boquet
of cream carnations.
The groom is well known aod de
servedly respected in Coquille as is
the bride loved for her true chat-
acter and dllcieut work iu church
They will make their home in
At A Sacrifice.
D o It In Daylight
P llE S liY T E R lA N C H U R C H .
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p m.
Sunday School at 10 a. nr.
Frank H. Adams, Pastor.
CHURCH OK CHRIST.
Ail are invited to the services next j
Similar. Bilile school at 10 o ’clock. |
“ A Clean Heart” will be discussed !
by tha pastor ,.t 11 o ’clock, and a
sermon on "T be Rich Man and
Lazarus’’ at 8 o ’clock Sunday even
in g — Come.
T. B. McDonald, Minister
The children of the Christian
Bible School of tbeCburcb of Christ
gave a pleasing program Sunday
evening at the church, and raised
an offering of something over $16
for foreign miesions.
W ith the K O D A K T A N K .
Let us show you how simple.
Knowlton’s Drug Store
M. E. Church South
Services Sunday, Juue 9, preach
ing by the pastor. In the morning
the pastor will commence a series
on “ The Elements of Church
Strength.” the first of which will
be “ Prayer.” Al night the subject
will be “ The Thief on the Cross."
At the evening service Bennie Her-
sey will recite.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
You are invited to be present.
C. H. C l e a v e s , Pastor.
Oue mare 12 ye& s old, two Bruce
ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL.
Wilkes’ colts, one yearling and oue
first and third Sundays
suckling. Mare is perfectly sound,
of each month.
a good work and driving animal
every Sunday at 10 a. m.
and is safe for a woman to handle.
Archdeacon Wm. Horsfall, rector.
See me at once.
J. C W alling
F O R S A L E , or Trade for Real
Estate— Three geldings and one
Baxter Hotel Sold
Arthur Peart is now proprietor mare, ranging from 9 0 0 to 1200
of the Hutel Baxter having taken pounds; age from 6 t o 8 years; all
management of the same Wednes broke to .vork and ride. A special
last. Mr. Peart is well known price for two weeks.
base ball park, and everything will
Pacific Real Estate C o.
be in readiness for the league games, in our community and the stand ard
the first to be played here this sea of excellence enjoyed by patrons of
son to transpire next Sunday—-Co this hostlery will no doubt bs main
close in. Suitable for
quille vs. Marshfield.
chicken ranch. New six room cot
tage, all modern improvements.
Horticulturists Will Visit Bridge
“ L” of a Lot of Officers
For sale cheap by owner. Address
The names of nearly one-half the
Box 147, Coquille, Oregon.
officials of Coquille begin with " L ” will hold an open air meeting in
as follows: Liljeovist, Lawrence, Hooten’s grove, near Bridge, on
It is now well known that not more
Lyons, Leach and Laird. Hall- Saturday, June 15. It is expected than one case of rheumatism in ten re
quires any internal treatment whatever.
Lewis is not without the capital of that Hon. A. M. Carson, commis All that is needed is a free application
of Chamberlain’s Liniment and mas
the twelfth letter of the alphabet
saging the parts at each application.
in bis name. Rather a peculiar cir district, of Grants Pass; Prof. Rei- Try it and see how quickly it will relieve
the pain and soreness. Sold by all
cumstance, aud, what is better, they
are among the foremost in working iment station, and Professors Wilson
for the advancement of our fair city. and Scudder of the O A. C. at Cor
vallis, will be present and deliver
Gold Mine Discovered
addresses on important topics.
While workmen were removing
Dinner will be served on the
a sidewalk in front of a saloon on grounds. Iiverybody interested in
First street three five-dollar gold growing fruit for either home or
pieces were found. The gold carri market is cordially invited to be
ed with it a quantity of silver. present,
Since this discovery boys have been
Geo, T. Moulton ¡
hides,Wool, Furs f
1 “ Cascara Bark
Give me your order for fall delivery for Fruit
ry Plants and Ornamental Stock.
O an save you money.
Address, COQUILLE. OREGON |
OR. H.E. HERMANN
following the workmen in their
work with a view of enriching
themselves. Their vigilance in front
of the Herald was not rewarded
even to finding a past-due sub
An Honest Auctioneer
Nick Johnson announces a sale
of stock al auction in this city Sat
urday, June 15. Sales of farm
stock, vehiclts, etc., will take place
hereafter as often as the bnsimss
justifies. Mr. Johnson comes to us
well recommended, ami honorable
dealing will be accorded all who
in him confide.
I am leaving Oregon to engage
in business iu California, and will
give you an excellent opportunity
to buy a Keo the Fifth, also a Reo
Roadster at sacrifice prices. If you
ever intend to buy an automobile,
now is your chance. See me at
J. C- W a u l in g .
Married: — Henry A Boyet of
Bandon and Laura E- Brown of
New Pastor for Bandon
Langlois were married at the home
Rev. S. R. Steele of Bandon oc
of Fred Belloui, this city, Friday,
May 31, by tbo Rev. Krink El cupied the pulpit at the M. E.
Church South last Sunday morning
and preached an able sermon, com
Married — At the parsonage of prising tbp best thought and splen*
the M. Ii. Church South, Tuesday did language. Mr. Steele is recent
afternoon, A. E. Garoutte and Ma ly from the east whrre he has been
tilda Edwards, C. H. Cleaves oflici- engaged for years in educational
The happy couple will ami Y. M. C. A. work.
take up their abode at Crane's
Mr. Steele is a man of pleaaing
appearance and manner and ban the
happy faculty of making friends
Kliaki rloth lor outing suits at
with all whom he meets. He has
the Ladies Bazaar.
taken charge of the M. E Church
Great minds, like great bodies,
South in Bandon, and our sister city
move slowly; like whe Coquille
by the-sea basin him a good citizen,
Valley Creamery stock at six bits on
an educated man, an able preacher
the dollar. W ho’ll give 70 cents?
aud a strong personality. He comes
Inquire of Jas. N. Jacobsen.
verv highly recommended from his
Mrs. Silbaugh, one of the very former fields of labor.
best W. C. T U. speakers of the |
A U T O S E R V IC E
west, will apeak at the Preahyterjan
church Friday evening at 8 p. in.
A n y time, any place,
Come and hear her.
phones. T . A . W alker,
Home For Sale.
One of the best located and most
sightly homes in Coos county, con
sisting o f ten acres of good land,
good 8 room house, barn, chickeu
house, etc. One hundred 7 year
old choice fruit trees and an excel
lent assortment of berries. Cow,
horse, chickens, cultivators and
household goods go with place.
Place is just outside city limits,
inside city school district. See me
J. C. W alling .
♦ ........ - -
R. S. K nowlton , President
G eo . A. R obinson , Vice-Pres.
R. II. M ast , Cashier.
Farmers and Merchants Bank
C O Q U IL L E . OREGON
Opened lo r B usines M arch. 1 9 0 9
A Manmoth Sawlog
George it Gibler of the Coquille
Studio have photographs of a saw-
log recently got out at Camp No. 2
of the Smith Powers logging com
pany sail] by those familiar with
timber operations t be the largest
yet cut in Coos couuty. The log is
spruce, 78 feet long, 70 iuches at
the big end and 56 inches at the
small end and will weigh over 80
tons. The log will produce 19,000
feet of lumber, clear and flawless.
Can any other section of the coun
try bent the dimensions of this log ?
Grand Chapter 0. E. S.
Mrs 15. Folsom left on the steam
er Breakwater Tuesday for Port
land where she will be in attendance
at the Grand Chapter Order East
ern Star. This will be the twenty-
third session o f that body in Ore
gon. It will convene at Masonic
Temple, Portland, Tuesday, June
it . Mrs. Folsom is Worthy Ma
tron of the local chapter which she
will represent in the grand body.
The following member-, of the order
in Marshfield will also f*e in attend
ance: Mrs. S. Lando, Worthy Ma
tron, Mrs. E. S Bargelt. Past Grand
Worthy Matron, Mrs F. E. Allen
and Mrs. Frances McLeod, officers.
Mrs. Carl W. Everstsen and Mrs. J.
T. Hall will attend th- convention
J u n e 18 a n d 19
Ladd & Tilton Bank, Portland
National Park, New York
First National Bank, San Francisco
First Trust & Savings, Coos Bay
W ALLING ’S AUTO LIVERY
Anywhere —Any time
NEW CAR AND GOOD SERVICE
Farmers’ Day 486
\ B AX TER HOTEL
I CO Q U ILLE G A R A G E
It is unnecessary work
Our family washing
service is both satis
factory and economi
cal. Join the happy
majority and let us
show you, whether you
are from Missouri or
a native daughter.
Roseburg-Myrtle Point Stage Line
J. L. LAIRD, Proprietor
leaves Myrtle Point daily at 8 o’clock
p. m., carrying mail and passengers.
Arrives at Koseburg following evening.
Stage leaves Koseburg daily at at 6 a.
in. Special rigs for partiea at any time.
AUTOM OBILE SERVICE COQUILLE-M YRTLE POINT
Leave* Coquille at 5 p. m. Daily
AND ICE CO.
Laird’s Livery Barn, Myrtle Point
, Home Telephone 461.
Farmers Telephone 156