Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, July 25, 1912, Image 2

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The subject of the morning ser­
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No evening service.
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Sunday school at io. a m.
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You are invited to be present.
ItéVial thd social
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Walter Oerdiug, ou r baseball ooi-
C. H -C lkaves , I’astor.
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Christian Science Society
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Services at 11 a m next Sunday
qiilTle boys at North Bend, and the
malady deterred bun from giving us at the Little Cbuioh. Subject of
a rep ort of the game played Sun­ lessou sermon “Truth.”
day at the latter place.
Walter’s
P R E S U Y T E IU A N C H U R C H .
illness is not serious and we look
Breaching Sunday morning at 11.
for the handling of the baseball
No evening service.
“ pill" in future games in a manner
Sunday School at 10 a. in.
that will move him to renewed
Frank H. Adams, Paster.
action.
Following is the score:
C lll'R C H O F C H R IS T .
There will be preaching Sunday
COQUILLE
AB R BH PO
at 11 a. in., and 8 p. m.
5 0 i 0 1 ’ 1
Johnson, ss
T. B. McDonald, Minister
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Lorenz, 2b
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Byles, c
J. Collier, p
Oregon State Fair, announces the Howell, cf
Oerding, 3b
event this year by advertising in C. Collier, lb
the Herald. \Ye assure him Coos A. Collier, If
O. Prey, ri
county will send her full quota of
visitors as well as exhibits, and
efforts will be made to return with
some of the prizes offered.
Boscburg capitatists nre consul
ering the advisability of raising
$150,000 to be used in aid of a rail­
road to Marshfield. It is expected
a like sum could he raised at other
planes on the line and with $300,-
000 in baud it would then be easy
to interest foreign capital in build
ing the road. This is a move in the
right direction.
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Three acres close in. Suitable for
chicken ranch. New six room eel*
tage, ail modern improvements.
For sale cheap by owner. Address
Box 147, Coquille, Oregou.
A. M. Nason, farming near Canaan,
Me., was l adly crippled with a sc atic
rheumatism due he says to uric acid in
his blood. “ Foley's Kinney Pills entire­
ly cured me ana also removed numer­
ous black specks that were constantly
before my eyes.” Foley Kidney Pills
are a uric acid solvent and are effective
for the various forms o f rheumatism.
Sold by Fuhrman Pharmacy.
Courses o f instruction include: General
Agriculture, Agronomy, Animal Hus­
bandry, Dairv Husbandry, Bacteriology
Botany and Plant Pathology. Poultry
Husbandry. II «culture, Entomology
Veterinary Science, Civil Engineering.
Electrical Engineering. Me< hanical En­
gineering; Mining Engineering. High­
way Engineering. Domestic Science,
Domestic Art, Commerce, Forestry.
Pharmacy, Zoology, Chemistry, Phys­
ics. .Mathematics. English Language
and Literature, Public Speaking. Mod­
ern Languages, History. Architecture,
Art. Industrial Pedagogy, Physical Ed­
ucation. Military Science and Tactics,
and Music.
Catalogue and illustrated literature
mailed tree on application. Address
Registrar, Oregon Agricultural College.
Corvallis, Oregon.
School Y ear Open* September 20th
MALARIA
h ea d a ch e, b ilio u sn e s s, in ­
d ig e s t i o n , r h e u m a tis m ,
p im p les, b lotch e s, y e llo w
c o m p le x io n , etc., are all
sig n s o f p o is o n s in y o u r
b lo o d .
T h e se p o iso n s
sh ou ld b e d riven out, or
se rio u s illn ess m ay re su lt
T o g et rid o f them , use
T hedfordV
Black-Draughti
the o ld , reliable, pu rely
v e g e ta b le , liver m edicin e.
M rs. J. H. Easier, o f
Spartanburg, S. C ., s a y s :
“ I had sick h eadache, for
y ears. I felt bad m ost o f
the tim e, 1 tried T h e d -
fo r d ’s. B lack -D rau g h t, and
n o w I feel better than
w h e n I w a s 16 years o ld .”
Y o u r d ru ggist se lls it, in
25 cen t p ackages.
Fr.5ist on Thedford’s
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Mr Guerin nud family will go to
California, probably Oakland.
Mrs. Charles White and two
children of Klamath Falls, who are
here visiting the lady’s parents, Mr.
and Mrs R. C Dement, have all
been quite ill. The children have
about recovered, but Mrs. White ia
still sick.
CURRY COUNTY
Coquille loggers are looking over
some of the valuable timber resour­
ces of Curry county:
VY. K. Miller of Coquille was
visiting relatives in Gold Beach last
week.
for the want then if, and the plaintiff
will apply to the Court for the relief
demanded in her complaint, a succinct
statement o f which i- as follows: That
the marriage contract now existing be­
tween you and the plaintiff be dissolved.
Service o f this summons is made by
publication in pursuance o f an order
made by John F. Hall, County Judge of
Coos County, Oregon, dated the 24th
day o f July, 1912, and directing publi­
cation o f the same in the Coquille Her­
ald, a newspaper published at Coquille
in said Coos County, Oregon, once each
week for a period o f six weeks.
Paperhanging
troubles to
F. H . M E L V E N
He will cure them
to stav cured
Coquille
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Administrator’s Notice
Port Orford’s second annual A g­
ate Carnival will be held ou Satur­
day, August to, 1912. Everything
possible will be done to make this
unique celebration a success, aud
the program this year promises to
be far mote entertaining and in­
structive than the one last year.
Agates, Indian curios and needle In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore­
gon, for the County of Coos
work will be on display Friday af­
ternoon and Saturday. On the Celinia J. Schmidt
S uit in
evening of the 6th there will be a
Plaintiff
vs.
j E quity FOR
concert in the hall; the next fore­
noon will be baseball and iu the George William Schmidt ! a D ivorce
Defendant
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afternoon seme of the best athletic To George William Schmidt, defendant
In the name o f the State o f Oregon:
features ever preseuted to the peo­
you are hereby required to appear and
ple of Curry county will be pulled answer the complaint filed against you
ofl. Saturday evening an imitation in the above entitled suit within ten
days from the date o f the service o f
of the historic bjttle o! Battle Rock this summons upon you, if served with­
will precede the closing feature—a in this county, or if served within any
. other county o f this state, then within
big dance
I he agate display this j twenty days from the date o f the serv­
year will be something that no other ice o f this summons upon you: and if
you fail so to answer for want thereof,
town or city iu the world can dupli the plaintiff will apply to the court for
the relief demanded in the complaint,
cate.— Tribune
a succinct statement o f the relief de­
manded, is as follows: That the bonds
o f matrimony existing between the
DORA ITEMS
plaintiff and defendant, be dissolved,
Haying is nearly over.
annulled and wholy held for naught,
iv , __ t
that the plaintiff shall have the care,
Mr. S. W.
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8 | custody and control o f the minor child
the guest of M. M. Young Sunday Benjamin Schmidt mentioned in the
plaintiff’ s complaint, and for the costs
He may locate in C009 county.
and disbursements o f this suit.
The order for publication o f this sum­
D. D. Dawson, general manager
mons wras made the loth day o f June,
of the Eiler Muric company for 1912, by John F. Hall, county judge of
Southern Oregon, with headquar­ Coos county, Oregon, and that the said
summons shall be published in the
ters at Marshfield, spent several Herald, a newspaper published in Coos
county,
Oregon, for a period o f six
days at Dora looking after business
weeks. The date o f the first publica­
He expects to return in a few days tion being the 13th day o f June, 1912,
and will leave a piano for inspection and of the last publication on the 25th
day o f July, 1912, and defendant is re­
with Mrs Young.
quired to answer on. or before said 25th
day o f July, 1912.
Frank Young has his new bouse
W alter S inclair ,
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Attorney for P lain tiff
completed and is occupying it. He
Marion Miller had a big smile
Sun lay. He say* it’s a big girl this |
true.
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Big Ben
helps run the farm
on time
Is it hard for you to get the
farm hands out on time?
If so, why not let Big Ben do it
for you?
Rig Ren is a truth
telling and
Mr. Wiseman of Marshfield has
been camping near the mill for n j
few days and *iys chi -ken and ti h
are fiae eating.
A. J. Maysi was out repairing the
telephone line a few dtys since |
Better work a week Jack and per­
haps the patr. ns will be able to get
ct ntral.
M. M Y uag and Mr. Daw.cn
visited Brewster Niturday and re­
port the work on Brewster grade
progressing
reliable alarm clock.
It’s his business to get people
up in the world.
KODAKING
Next time you drive to town,
wa k over t * the store and take
1 look at him.
I Veep h:m m the window woer*
vervone can vee mm.
SKOOKUM
RESTAURANT
C. A. HARRINGTON
rKOI USTOB
Let Us
SCHROEDFR
The Jeweler
R E P A IR IN G
C O Q U IL L E
Come and See
Same Old! Place
Str. Elizabeth
Regular as tbe Clock
San Francisco
a n d Bandon
First-class fare only
Up freight, per t »n
Oregon
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FIFTY-FIRST
OREGON STA TE
FAIR
W. C. C h a s e ,
Notice is hereby given, that under
and in pursuance o f an order o f the
County Court of the State o f Oregon,
for the Copnty o f Coos, duly made in
the matter o f the estate o f B. M.
Greene, deceased, on the 9th day o
May, 1912, at the regular term o f said
Court, and entered in book 7, o f Pro­
bate Journal o f said Court, at page 569
thereof, A. I,. Volk mar, administrator
of said Estate, will, from and after the
16th day of August, 1912, proceed to
sell for cash, at the South door o f the
Court House at Coquille, Coos County,
Oregon, the following described real
property, to-wit: Lot Nine o f Block
Two in Smith's Addition to the Town
o f Myrtle Point, Oregon, the same be­
ing land o f said estate.
First Publication July ISth, 1911.
A . L. V olkm ar ,
Administrator of the Estate o f 1!. M.
Greene, deceased.
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Attorney for Plaintiff.
The Dora Sunday School elected
officers Sunday. Mr. Leatherma was :
re-elected siq • lintendent.
Doing What?
KNOWLTON’S DRUG STORE
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FOR
Laura V. McDonald
D iv o r c e
Defendant J
To Laura V. McDonald, the above
MYRTLE POINT MATTERS
named defendant:
A new store ¡ h in course of erec-
, In the name of the State of Oregon,
tion corner Seventh and Spruce you are hereby notified that you are re­
streets and will be used as a goner- Huired to appear and answer the com-
h
plaint filed against you in the above
merchandise store The proprietors entitled suit in which Mary Pearl Mc­
Donald is plaintiff, and you, Laura V.
are eastern men.
McDonald, are defendant, within six
Mrs. J. T. Bridges of Oakland, weeks from the date of the first publi­
cation of this summons, to-wit: Within
Oregon, came via Iioseburg Friday, six weeks from the 25th day o f July,
and was met here by her daughter, 1912, the same being the date o f the
first publication o f this summons; and
Mrs. S. C F.ndicott of Bandon, Sat­ if you fail to appear and answer on or
urday where Mrs Bridges will visit before the 5th day o f September, 1912,
the same being the last (lay o f the time
for some time.
prescribed in the order for publication,
Ezra Watson has huiit a new barn
ou (he ranch hs bought of S, C
Bunch.
And he’ ll do it every day at any
time you say. 0
Show You How
Interesting Happenings and Doings of Nearby
Mary Pearl McDonald
Neighbors Clipped ¡iom Exchanges
Plaintiff
vs.
and Otherwise Secured
P A IN T IN G
of
Salem, Sept. 2-7, 1912
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A good assortment
A full and complete
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Lard, Etc.
Fruit Jars.
is helping his f itlier in the mill.
Is rt hard for you to get them
up in the morning?
Everybody’s
Doing It!
In the Circuit Court o f the State
O regon, in end for C oos County
BRING YOUR
Mr. Thomas Guerin’s reuter has a judgment will lie taken against vou
Totals
37 3 y 24 9 7 Sunday services during July and
August.
NORTH BEND
Suuday night, July 28, the uuion
AB R BH PO A E
.. 3 u 0 4 0 i service will be lie'll in the Christian
Gaffney, 2b
o 1 3 0
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Young, ss
4 i 2 1 0 0 Church, sermon by Rev.F.H Adams.
Surbeck, If
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Kissam, lb
Union Young Peoples’ meeting
4 0 0 5 0 0
Conners, c
4 0 0 2 1 1 will l>d bel 1 at the Christian Clurch
Wallace, 3b
4 0 0 2 0 0 I Sunday July 28, at 7 p. m., con­
Heath, rf
3 1 0 4 0 1
Maloney, cf
3 1 1 0 1 0 ducted by ODe of the Presbyterian
Hull, p ..............
| members.
33 6 5 27 t 4
Totals
August 4, services will be held in
Maloney out for bunting on third
tbe M. F. Church S ,uth, sermon by
strike.
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS
Rev. T. B. McDonald.
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August 11, services will be held
Coquille
0 0 1 0 0 1 U 0 1— 3
Hits
1 0 2 1 1 1 IM 1— S in the Presbyterian Church, sermoD
North Bend
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Hits
0 0 3 0 1 0 M> *— 5 1 by C. H. Cleaves.
This will be the order to tie fol-
SUMMARY
Home run— Kissam; Two base hit— i lowed so far as is now kuown.
Rev. E. H. Mowre, Presiding
Bargain
Elder of the M. E Church South,
One lot and seven room ho“ se at
will preach and dedicate the Fish-
cost. Three blocks from the post
trap Methodist church next Tues­ office. See J. E. Quick.
day evening, July 30, at 8 o ’clock
Dysentery is always serious and often
All are cordially invited to attend. a danyerous dis aso, hut it can 1* cur-
ed- Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
The C oquille Mill aud Mercantile Diarrhoea Remedy has cured it even
Company are prepared to supply "h e n tnauignant and epidemic. For
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sale by all druggists,
your needs in all kinds of fruit
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lioxo*-. Apple prune and tomato Oregon Agricultural College
boxes on Land. Any size made to
This great institution opens its doors
for the fall senu sier on September 20th.
order. Both phonos.
FOR SALK
TOPICS WISE INI) OTHERWISE
UNION SERVICES
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The Christian Church, M. li purchased the hotel complete He
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is a Mr. Shilling from North Bend
0 Church South and the Presbyterian
0 Church have united for holding and takes possession August 1.
Steam Roller
The Coquille Tennis Club met at
the office of J. S. Barton last even­
Ryles; Three base hit Lorenz; Struck
ing (Wednesday) to reorganize. out— By Collier 4, by Hull 4; Umpire
Many enthusiasts of the game were — Felter.
present.
Among other matters
Deried Gtuensh.p
transacted it was decided to improve j cbar,eg KranZf a fom er member
the c o u r t -o r grounds by scrap of tbe C()lony of ftDarchi8ta nt
ing, rolling and oiling. The steam ! Home> Dear Tacuriia< Washington,
roller having been used to good a I-1 wag llenie<l eitizor,stiip recently by
vantage at Cui ago, tbe same meth- Uliite,, state8 |.i8tril.t Judge Ed-
od will be employed to smooth the , war<, E CuahmBn Kranz on ex-
rough places ou the grounds. It is aminaton said th it the members of
hoped many will join the club ai d tbe colony did not believe iu organ- j
avail themselves of the privileges ize 1 government and did not re­
nfforded. One of tbe ardent sup- spect the fl ig. His applicrtion was j
1 rttrs cf the game is Rev. C. 11. deuied with prejudice.
Cleaves whose early molding play
Dahlia Looks Like Teddy
serves him well as an appetizer for
A dahlia that looks like Colonel j
breakfast.
Would
that others
Roosevelt, grins like the colonel an i
choose the same.
appeared to s a y ‘‘dee-lighted” with
its cresceut shaped mouth-like cen-
Fine and Fragrant Flowers
Wm. Dee, a florist of St Louis. ' ter, is tbe Buibankian product of
Mo., brother in law of Win Caudlin tbe gardens of Miss Anita Smith of
arrived in Coquille Friday last for a Pasadena, ( ulifornia. In ad lition
visit of tw o weeks or more. He •<> the
regular “ set of teeth”
says the flowers grown ont-doors which it hoists, this dahlia is said
here excel in beauty and Iragrauce t0
sturdier than the toughest
any he can produce under glass in weed
It has been officially ebris-
St. I„ouis Mrs Caudlin has a mag tened the “ Roosevelt,
nificent garden ol flowers that is
Mrs. Hudson has secured the
particularly pleasing to Mr. Dee.
agency for the Thomas Guaranteed
Hose and all orders will leceive
careful attention.
Ftshlrap M. E. Church
To Use the
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. get out into the open air and sunlight.
1 If you do this every day and keep your
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taking Chamberlain's T
Tablets
when
a"
needed, you should become both healthy
and beautiful. lor’ sale by all druggists.
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to
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Feed,
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