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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1912)
Purified petrolium. emul
sified with hypophos-
pliites of lime aud soda.
Tonic, stimulant, nutri
tive, intestinal, a n t i
s e p t i c , anti-tubercular.
$1. the Bottle
The Rexall Store
P H Y SIC IA N S
DR. JAS. RICHMOND
Office in Richmond*Barker Bldg.
Office Phone Main 211
R. B. HOAG. M. D.
Dr. C. W. ENDICOTT
D k STIM’
Office over First National Bank
Phone Main 431
DR. H. B. MOORE
Room 2, Laird Bldg
Chronic Diseases a Specialty
Office Hours, 9:30 to 12, 2 to 5.
LA W Y E R S
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 ttornky at L aw
E. D. SPERRY
A ttorn Er and
C ounsellor at L aw
Office in Robinson Building
W. C. CHASE
A ttorny at L aw
Office in Richmond*Barker Bldg
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
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.
AND ICE CO.
IT. D, Pierce and wife were Marsh
field visitors Monday.
SUNDAY SERVICES IN
Rev. 8 . R. Steele of Bandou was
a county seat caller yesterday.
The Christian Church, M. E
Mayor Morrison bas taken hold
Church South and the Presbyterian
of the reins of city government with
Church have uuited for boldiug
a true nn.l steady hand that pre
Sunday services duiing July and
sagi s a just administration of our j
Practical Experts lu Address Producers From affairs.
Sunday uigbt, July 7, tbe union
the Soil Upon Topics ui Interest to
I. 1. Weekly and family were <erTjc# wj]| be held in the Christian
All Progressive Citizens
over-Sunday visitors to the county Church, sermon by Rev F H Adsms.
Mr. Weekly says tbe people
Ju,y 14 8orvi(.e wiu be h(.ld in
| On We tnesday next, Juue 19,
M E church South, sermon by
Hon. A. II. Carson, commissioner of
4 th in the good old-fashioned way. .j, y McDonald
the thir l h irticultural district of
W. Smythe Hall, the raining
J u|y 21, the service will bo held
Grants Pass; Prof. Refiner, director
of the M elford experiment station, expert, left on the steamer Ftfield jn the Presbyterian Church, sermon
and Professors Jackson and Wilson | Tuesday for Bishee, Arizona, to e x by C. H. Cleaves.
This will be the order to be fol
of the Corvallis station, will address amine properties for Goldfield peo
the people of Coquille upon agii- ple. Mr. Hall expects to be gone lowed so far as is now known.
cultural and horticultural subjects. one month.
IMPORTANT TO Olili FARMERS
Other prominent speakers may also
It is hoped the outcome of this
meeting will bo the establishment of
an experiment station f o r th e
counties of Coos, Curry and the
western portion of Douglas. Peti
tions are now in circulation with
this object in view and all haviug
the welfare of this section at heart
should sign it.
W. I,. Kistner, president of the
Farmers' Union has called a meet
ing for 1:00 o ’clock today nt the
W. O. W. hull, this city, at wbioh
time arrangements will be made for
the entertainment of the distinguish
ed guests. It is said a basket pic
nic on tlie court house lawn is one
of the features proposed. The guests
will be shown the couutry here
abouts by automobiles, and we
doubt not our farmer friends will
give tbe visitors a good time.
It is said that Mr. Russ, who
owns considerable land near the
river opposite Coquille, will donate
sufficient laud for the site of the
proposed station, but we are not
informed on that
Several hundred letters have been
sent out by a committee from the
Farmers’ Uuion the following beiDg
a c o p j:
Coquille, Oregon, June 12.
W. C. Chase, dear sir: We are ad
dressing you as a representative citizen
o f your community to enlist your sup
port and assistance in the measure pro
posed relative to a branch experiment
station. You will o f course recognize
that this is a matter o f vital importance
to us all. The proposed station is in
tended to serve both Curry and Coos
counties. It is probable that there will
be similar propositions presented by
other sections o f the state at the com
ing session o f the legislature. It is
therefore very important that all our
people take a lively interest in our own
project in order that the authorities
that have the giving o f the needed ap
propriations may be convinced that we
are entitled to that which we ask for.
We ask that you urge upon all your
neighbors that they attend the meeting
to be held on June 19th at Coquille.
We are o f course anxious that the pro
posed station shall be located at the
geographical and numerical center of
the proposed district to be served, and
special arrangements have been made
to make the 19th o f June “ Experiment
Day’ ’ at Coquille. The larger the at
tendance and interest shown in the pro
ject the better the impression made
upon the visiting officers.
B y C om m ittee F armers ' U nion .
We believe "Experiment Day”
should be regarded as a holiday
and that tbe importance of the
matter is such that a general sus
pension of business would be justi
Boost for the experiment station
for ail you’ re worth and secure
both praise and piofit thereby.
Sheriff Gage was “ togged out”
in farmer raiment Saturday last
occasioned by tlie occupation of
making bay- He looked well in
the plain garments usually worn
by those who toil.
Attorney Sinclair has seveial lots
at Bandon that he is anxious to dis
pose of at a reasonable figure—not
that bo has no faith in the city-by-
the-sf-a, but that tbe emoluments
arising therefrom could be used to
good advantage at this time.
See me at once.
B oth phones.
C . W a l l in g
M. L Chtgch South
Coquille Sports Hive Good Eyes
In the use of the gun Sunday be
tween Marshfield, Bandou and Co
quille gun dubs Coquille won fiist
place with a lead of fifty points
The game of base ball between
Marshfield aud Coquille played on
the local grounds the same day
likewise proved victorious for our
boys by a si ore of 2 to 5, Oerding,
the third bast man, twice oomph t-
■ ug the circuit to the home plate in
the game. Coqull e ran handle the
stick evep better tnan ‘ T eddy,’ are
good ruuuers and always have their
eyes and energies placed upon vic
tory. They have as yet lost no
Base hall Sunday next on the
home grounds -Bandon-Coquille.
D o It In Daylight
W ith the K O D A K T A N K .
Let us show you how simple.
KnowltonS Drug Store
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Home For Sale.
One of the best located and most
sightly homes in Coos county, con
sisting of ten acres ot good land,
good 8 room house, barn, chicken
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 limtts>
C. H. C l e a v e s , Pastor.
inside city school district. See me
J. C. W allin g .
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Frank H. AJams, Pastor.
be careful to keep the cough loose and
Services Sunday, June 10. In
the morning tbe pastor will preach
the second of the scries on "E le
ments of Church Strength, The
At Dighf the Annual
Children’s Day program w ill be ren
dered there being no sermon.
You are invited to tie preseut.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
E C Ostrander, formerly a clerk
at Draue's store, now engaged con
ducting a creamery at Bridge, was
a Sunday visitor at the county seat.
ST. .JAMES EPISCOPAL.
He reports everything lovely in
Services fliBt and third Sundays
that prosperous farming communi
ty. His wife preceded him and vis o f each month.
every Sunday at 10 a. m.
ited with friends here for several
Archdeacon Wm. H orsfall, rector-
School District Meeting
The anuual meeting of School
District No. 8 will be held in the
High School building, Coquille,
Monday, June 17, 1012. A director
to serve three years and a clerk for
one year will be elected.
Put Up or Shat Up
There have been placed in my
hands to be advertised and sold,
four shares in the Coquille Valley
Creamery. Price now 65 cents on
the dollar. Reams what’s this to
you ? If yon want this stock "put
up,” and “ shut up,”
father's brother Samuel will take a
hand Savy ?
Jas. N. Jacobsen.
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Notice is hereby given that tbe
County Superintendent of Coos
County will hold the regular e x
amination for applicants for state
papers in the court house in Co-
June 19 , at 9 a. m., and continuing
until Friday, June 2 1 , at 4 p. m,
W . H . B u n ch , C o . S u p t .
Sporting Goods Store
Claude C. Moon bas opened a
neat little store in the room adjoin
ing W . C. Rose’s mercantile eslab-
tablisbment where all thiDga usually
on sale in a place of that kind can
be obtained. As it is the pnly in
stitution, of the kind in the city
and he being a young man well
and favorably known in the com
munity, a lucrative trade should be
“ Blest Be the Tie That Binds’ ’
County Clerk Watson issued the fol
lowing marriage licenses during the
C. F. l.yon and Dora E. Meeker of
Earl Mack and Ethel Collins, Marsh
Cecil G. Coy and Essie !.. Butler,
John-Winkler and Annie C. Winkler,
Lester Dement and Mabel C. Adams,
George E. Strang and Louise G. Hall
Aiding a Worthy Man
E. E. Johnson of this city has do
nated to Rev. S. R Steele, pastor of
the Methodist Episcopal Church
South, of Baudon, a sufficient quan
tity of lumber to construct a small
building near his church to be used
as a residence and place of study.
Other people of Coquille, members
of the above named denomination,
have contributed to aid the Bandon
brother in purchasing doors nnd
hardware for his little home, where
he can study the Good Book in joy
ful remembrance of his donors.
G eo. T. Moulton
h id e s , W o o l, Furs
and P elts
“ Cascara B ark
DR. H.E. HERMANN
show our patriotism to tbe starry
emblem of the nation.
expectoration easy by giving Chamber
lain’ s Cough Remedy as may be re
quired. This remedy will also liquefy
the tough mucus and make it easier to
expectorate. It has been used success
fully in many epidemics and is safe and
sure. For sale by all druggists.
A U T O S E R V IC E
Call ami see what one dollar will
Trials o f Man Are Many
A n y time, any place.
buy at the "Dollar Sale" Saturday,
Court convenes Monday next for phones. T . A . W alker.
June 15, at tbe Ladies Bazaar.
the trial of equity cases many of
which are upon the calendar. With
Flag Day June 14
usual alacrity heretofore mani
Everybody who has flags should
display them on Friday, June 14, to fested it is predicted Judge Coke
pay honor to our war veterans and will soon Settle the difficulties.
Helped Out of a Hole
Dr. Walter Culin took his chil
dren for a ride in his automobile
last Sunday. They journeyed a
considerable distance and every
thing went lovely until the return
was being made by Bald Mountain
where several mud holes were en
countered, in one of which the ma
chine was fastened and all tbe in
genuity of the doctor and knowl
edge gained through difficulties
surmounted in his long successful
¡practice were of no avail. Fortu
nately it was not a great distance to
a nearby farm house where a team
was secured to pull the auto out.
Dr. Culin says the magnificant
i scenery compensated for the incon-
; veniences, although
i other ways of paying the debts he
owes to nature.
Each age o f our lives has its joys,
At A Sacrifice.
d people should he happy and they
II be if Chamberlain's Tablets are
Oue mare ia years old, two Bruce
ken to strengthen the digestion and Wilkes’ colts, one yearling and one
ep the trowels regular. These tablets
e mild and gentle in their action and suckling. Mare is perfectly sound,
pecially suitable for people o f middle
a good work and driving animal
e and older. For sale by all druggists.
and is safe for a woman to handle.
Thoroughbred boar for
Address Farmer, care Herald.
Give me your order for fall delivery for Fruit
ry Plants and Ornamental Stock.
Can save you money.
Address, COQUILLE, OREGON
A T THE
C O Q U IL L E
June 18 and 19
R. S. K nowlton , President
G eo . A. R obinson , Vice-Pres.
R. H. M ast , Cashier.
Californians Want Good Lumber
D. 1). Pierce of the Coquille Mill
and Mercantile Company has just
completed a large consignment of
lumber for the Long Beach Im
provement Company of Southern
California, which will be transport
ed on the Steamer Washington.
The lumber is of various dimensions
being such a„ i- usually required in
the construction of buildings at
summer resorts—tbe lest manu
factured. The Coquille mill is a
veritable hive of industry, and the
value of the establishment to our
city cannot be overestimated.
0p-ned for Busines March. 1 9 0 9
CORRKSI’ ONDEN TS:
Ladd & Tilton Bank, Portland
National Park, New York
First National Hank, San Francisco
First Trust & Savings, Coos Bay
W A L L IN G ’S AUTO LIV E R Y
I am leaving Oregon to engage
in business in California, and will
A Costly Hand Saw
give you an excellent opportunity
Elmer Flanders and Ed Tozier,
to buy a Reo the Fiith, also a Reo
young men of our city, were
Roadster at sacrifice prices. If you
is a regular “ Johnny
e v e r intend to buy an automobile, ’ ftr n ,i« n e d befole Ju*tice
the spot” — he nev
now is ybur chance. See me at Holden on Saturday last upon com
plaint of the cil marshal for steal
J. C. W alling .
ing a hand saw from the city of C o
Y ou ’ re always up on the
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quille. The saw, valued at ♦2.50,
dot if he is in the sleeping
was taken to a -econd-band man
Like Coes County
(y cents, and the
Joseph Windte, formerly of Co and sold for
There’ s a true ring to his
quille now located at Fallon, Neva boys proceadi 1 to have a good
morning greeting t h a t
da, writes to have the Herald sent time with thp funds. Upon trial the
makes early risers sit up
to his address at that place for the youths pleaded guilty to the charge
and take notice.
reason that ’ ’physicians have re- made by tbe marshal and were
H e gets a rise out of the
commended our little daughter sentenced by the judge to thirty
should be taken to a dry climate in days fn the county jail. After serv
t take my word
order to improve her health. R i s i n g a brief time behind the bars
Come in and see
very dry here and we hope our lit- they were released upon the pay- for it.
tie one will regain her health. We ment of a fine of $25 each and for yourself. I always keep
him on the counter where
would like to return to Coos county costs. A costly saw. May it prove
everyone can see him.
but must submit to the inevitable." a valuable lesson.
We trust every wish of our unfor
tunate friend will soon be realized.
Three acres clo-e in. Suitable for
Di uggist registered in several chicken ranch. New six room cot
states will work in country store at tage, ail modern improvements.
anything, until registered. E. D. For sale cheap h owner. Address
COQUILLE Home Telephone
care Ideal Pharmacy Marshfield. ( Bo* 147 . Coquille, Oregon.
Anywhere— Any time
NEW CAR AND GOOD SERVICE
( BAXTER HOTEL
S u r f, j COQU|LLE G A RAGE
Roseburg-M yrtle Point Stage Line
J . L a L A IR D , P ro p rie to r
Leaves Myrtle Point daily at 8 o ’clock
p. m., carrying mail and passengers.
Arrives at Roseburg following evening.
Htage leaves Roseburg daily at at 6 a.
m. Special rigs for parties at any time.
SERVICE COQUILLE-MYRTLE POINT
L «,.* « Coquille at 5 p. m. Daily
Laird’s Livery Barn, Myrtle Point
Farm ers Telephone 156