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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1912)
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IN M EM O R IA M
E. Q. D. Holden, born February
| 18, 1834, died iu Coquille, Tuesday
morning, August 20, 1912, aged 78
years, 6 months, 1 day.
Judge Holden had been ailing
but a few days, and would not have
Tonic, stimulant, nutri
a physicician, still his brother Odd
tive, intestinal, a n t i
Fellows kept a vigilant watchful
ot his movements. Rev. Evans
s e p t i c , anti-tubercular.
suggested to Dr. Richmond that he
pay Brother Holden a fraternal
call and when the doctor arrived at
the Judge’s home Monday evening
he found him on the floor where he
had been drawing water to irrigate
flowers. He was stricken with pa
ralysis, and apparently suffered no
pain He was conscious near the
Rev. Evans, pastor of the Metho
The Rexall Store
dist Episcopal church, carried into
execution the triple tenets of the
order symbolically portrayed by the
three links during the illness and
death of his venerable church mem
ber and brother. The following
P H Y SIC IA N S
letter given to Mr Evans for deliv
DR. JAS. RICHMOND
ery was the last writing of Judge
Holden which shows that he was
not forgetful of his duties and obli
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg.
Office Phone Main 211
gations to mau even to the last hour
of his life. The letter was written
R. B. HOAG, M. D.
at three o’clock Monday afternoon
and an hour later Judge Holden
was helpless. It tollows:
Rich monel-Barker Building
No. 1000 Second St., City.
H on . F,. D. S perry , City—
Can’t you attorneys sign stipulation
Dr. C. W. ENDICOTT
01 otherwise take care of Lemanski vs.
(Blank) before some other justice for
D e n t is t
adjudication? I do not seem to improve
Office over First National Bank
as I ought and cannot help being wor
ried by what may look a neglect of
Phone Main 431
Upon information of any satisfactory
agreement between you attorneys 1 will
DR. H. B. MOORE
down to office and make necessary
transfer, etc. Very truly,
Room 2. Laird Bldg
Chronic Diseases a Specialty
E. G. D. H o l d e n ,
Office Hours, 9:30 to 12, 2 to 5.
J. P. 3rd Dist.
He had been an ardent member
of the Odd Fellows for over forty
years, and a devout member of the
Methodist Episcopal church, and an
exemplary citizen throughout his
long life. He was Grand Master of
the Odd Fellows of the State of
Michigan for the years 1880-1 and
served the Grand Lodge as Grand
Representative for the years 1882-3
Mr. Holden was a member of Heeeta
Lodge No. i n , I. O O. F .,of Flor
ence, Oregon; Coquille Encamp
If you have missed the world’s
ment No. 25 I . O O F . and Mamie
Greatest Frontier Show
Rebecca Lodge No. 20, I. O. O F.
at Pendleton, Ore.
you can see it
In his address before the Grand
Lodge of Odd Fellows of Michigan
Bro. Holden said ‘ ’the noble grand
among men were those who most
loves his fellow man,” and in this
connection he produced the allegor-
icai poem of Leigh Hunt, which
“ Abou Ben Adhem (may his tribe
AT = = = = =
Awoke one night from a deep dream of
And saw within the moonlight of his
Making it rich, and like a lilly’s bloom,
An angel writing in a book of gold.
Exceeding peace had made Ben Adhem
And to the presence in the room he said:
‘What writest thou?’ The vision raised
And with a look, made all of sweet
Answered: ‘The names of those who
Watch for Bills Giving
love the Lord.’
‘And is mine one?’ said Abou; ‘Nay,
Date and Further
Replied the Angel. Abou spoke more
But cheerily still, and said: ‘I pray
Write me as one who loves his fellow
The angel wrote and vanished!
The next night
It came again with a great wakening
And showed the names whom love of
God had blessed.
And lo! Ben Adhem’s name led all the
Mr. Holden was Secretary of
State of Michigan thirty-tour years
ago, at which time and prior there
to he was-active in political affairs
George & Gibier, Props.
He came'to Coquille about twelve
years ago from Florence, Oregon,
and served several terms as city
recorder and about eight years as
work, portraiture and
justice of the peace, a position he
held with dignity and honor to a
and printing for ama
degree that none attempted to dis
teurs. Call and see ua
and get our prices.
C. H Holden, a brother, a justice
of the peace at Glenada, Oregon;
Henry S. Holden, a son, a business
man at Grand Rapids, Michigan;
another son whose name and place
of residence could not be learned
and Mrs Judge Perkins, a daughter,
The "Profreiii».’' Party
[a the individual, man or woman, who the wife of the circuit judge at
uses Foley Kidney Pill* for backache, Grand Rapids. Michigan, survive
■ heumatiam, weak hack, and other kid-!
icy and bladder irregularities. Foley I him.
Kidney Pill* arc healing, strengthening ] The editor of the Herald had
.onic, and quick to produce beneficial
results Contain no harmful drugs. learned to admire the manly, ster
Sever sold in hulk. Put up in two sizes ling character of Mr. Holden with
n sealed bottles. The genuine in a yel-1
ow package. Fuhrman'a Pharmacy. 1 whom we had often conversed 011
$1. the Bottle
P U H R liA N S
3000 Feet of
varied topics and always with bene
fit. As Judge Holden expressed
himself iu an address before the
Grand Lodge ot Odd Felloes, we
were drawn together by “a myster
ious something that cannot be ex
pressed in words. A sympathetic
telephone connects all our hearts so
that ere the wish is whispered, it is
back. It brings the fraternal feel
ing that is born in every soul in
stantly to the surface. It Is made
ready to act in that it energises
with all its power the latent sympa
thies of man.”
Judge Holden lelt on our desk on
July 24 last, the proceedings of the
Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows of
Michigan for the year 1880, at
which time he was chosen its Grand
Master and had at that time writ
ten the date of his birth from which
we infer he knew the end of bis
earthly career was close at hand.
J. S. Lawrence, secretary of the
local lodge of Odd Fellows, tele
graphed Henry S Holden, son ol
the deceased, at Grand Rapids,
Michigan, regarding disposition of
the body and received instructions
that the funeral be held in Coquille.
Funeral services at the Methodist
Episcopal church Sunday, August
•25, at 2 p. m. Interment Odd Fel
The Coos County Teachers’ In
stitute, held at BandoD, closed last
Friday at noon. The District School
Board convention was held Tlnirs
day in conjunction with the insti
tute. From niue o’clock to eleven
the board members iu attendance
visited classes of regular instruct
ors. At eleven o’clock they were
addressed by E. T. Cariatoli, Assiit-
ant State Superintendent. Among
others discussed, Mr.G'urleton touch
ed upon the county supervisor’s
proposition. He couteuds that the
law proriding for a supervisor is a
good one and believes the people of
this county will be better satisfied
with it if they permit it to be thor
oughly tried out. He satB the|ays-
tem is proviug quite efficient in
other couuties, especially in the Wil
Friday afternoon the School con
vention met with Supt. Bunch in
the chair, and took up the discus
sion of a number of topics which
had previously been sent out from
tne county Superintendent's office.
In the matter of ‘‘How to Hire and
Keep a Teacher.” it seemed to be
the concensus of opinion that good
teachers could be secured and kept
only by paying better salaries.
Purposes for which the school house
might properly be used were also
discussed. Some argued that the
school rooms should not be used for
public meetings during the school
term claiming that the room was
certain to he left in disorder after
such a meeting and that the work of
the school was on this account ser
iously disturbed. Most of the mem
bers, however, seemed to think
there were many propel uses for the
school house, even during the school
term, and seemed to be attracted by
the modern idea of mukiug the
school house the social center of
On the whole this institute was
very satisfactory. One hundred and
fourteen leacheis took advantage
of the excellent instruction oYercd.
An Enterprising Citizen
Paul Stephan has received a bill
of ladiug for machinery and tools
shipped from Cincinnati, Ohio, for
use in the City Bakery. Among the
more important is a dough mixer of
two-barrel capacity and an electric
motor to furnish power to run the
The mixer weighs 2,500
pounds. A cake machine with five
dies, one pan rack, two proof box
trucks and other articles to the val
ue of over $1,000 are also on the
way. Mr. Stephan intends to make
the City Bakery a modern establish
ment second to none, and one de
serving patronage far and near.
Married His Fast Couple
The Komid-up, 3,1100 feet of life
like motion pictures, as seen at the
world’s greatest frontier show at
Pendleton, will soon be at the Ma
sonic hall. Watch for hills giving
J. H. Aker bestowed a substan
tial and cordial greeting upon the
Heiald M >uday morning Duchess
of Oldenberg apples, struwberries,
blagi berries and rhubarb from his
home adjoining the city were placed
upon our desk, which later tickled
our palates, and produced kindly
thoughts of the generous giver.
ONE DAY ONLY
New city hall soon. Good.
Farmers’ Union meets Saturday.
W C T.U. county convention meets
Contractors wanted— See notice
Mrs. Fred Belloni returned from
San Francisco Tuesday.
Miss Gitchel— Thursday evening,
August 22, at MaBonic hall.
Seventeen new residences are in
course of construction in Marshfield
Frank Burkholder aod Albert
Superintendent Howard and wife
were over-Sunday visitors at Ban Croach returned yesterday from a
deer bunt in Eitou valley. Mr.
Circuit court for Coos county Burkholder shot his first deer with
will convene in this city Tuesday, out experiencing “ buck fever.” He
says they ate the deer believing they
September 3 .
could get more and consequently
O. C. Sanford is painting his res
are unable to present visible evi
idence a seal brown with trinuniugs
dence of their buut.
of ivory color.
Owen Knowlton left Wednesday
Mrs. Geraldine Morris leaves
by the Steamer Fifield for San Fran- !
Saturday for Dairyvillc, Curry coun
cisco where he will attend the Cal- J
ty, for a brief visit.
■ form 1 College of Pharmacy in that
IV. C. ConDor, formerly of the city. Owen will be ubsent about
Herald, has established a job print two years and w« are confident he
ing office at Cottage Grove.
will be master of the chosen p:o-
Judge John S. Coke leaves Fri fession upon his return. We wish
day for Gold Beach to hold a term him good speed and God speed in |
of circuit court for Curry county.
all bis laudable aims.
Wanted— To rent dairy ranch.
tieury Averill, of the Coos Bay 1
State terms. References given. Ad Life Saving station, accompanied by
dress Lock Box 141, Brockway, Ore.
his wife, is visiting relatives and .
J. C. Walling will take M. P. friends at Fishtrap.
Long and wife to the state fair at hunting in the neighborhood of
Salem leaving here on the 31st inst Fishtrap last week, in company with ;
Man vs. Beast shown in motion Itbrntr Robison, a six-point deer
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE, COQUILLE, OREGON
pictures— The Round-up — at Ma- was killed by them. As is well j
sonic hall. Watch for bills giving
known, it is uuusual to securo dter
with six-point antlers, and the par
Social dance at Heazlet hall Sat
ty is elated at their good fortune.
M A S O N I C
II A I. I-
urday, August 24. The Scenic su
Chas A. Pursley, a brother of F.
C. Pursley of the Geo. A. Robinson
store, is in the city for a month's
German family wants to rent a
dairy ranch for October. References visit. Mr. Pursley took a course of!
can be given. Write to Mrs. E study iu the Oregon Conservatorv !
of Music at Portland and is exper
Krorarainga, Lakeside, Ore.
The good housewife finds the family
Thursday, August 22
Frank Morse has promised a day ienced in the musical liue as was
washing particularly disagreeable—
electric service within a yrar for
the hot, steaming suds—the mu-s
and dirt- house upside down—Hub
the accommodation of those desir audience at the entertainment given
by gets home to a cold lunch and is
ing to use power for running ma by the ladies of the Presbyterian
cross—baby cries, etc.
chinery in manufacturing enter
a graduate of the famous Emerson
The work of taking care of the
School of Elocution and Oratory,
family wash is a pleasure to us—
Walter E. Morris, a graduate of
Boston, will give readings under
H. O. Anderson and wife left
it is our business—we are equipped
Wednesday for a tim e weeits’ visit the O. A C. at Corvallis, arrived in the auspices of the Coquille Educa
for it. Send it to us—be rid of all
tional League, interspersed with
the worry and hard work. You
at the old home in Cottage Grove. the city yesterdaj to gather infor
musical numbers directed by
will be glad—the baby will be
Mr Guy Kelley will have charge of mation concerning land values, yield
good—Hubby will smile over a
Mr. Anderson’s store during his of crop«, dairy products, etc. The
warm dinner—you will live longer
An interesting part of the program
and be happier.
will be a pantomime by local talent
Miss Gitchel possesses a very sion and the Oregon Agricultural
trained by Miss Gitchel
pleasing manner aod thoroughly College are working unitedly in se
understands the art of her profes- curing statistics that will prove val Admission 25c; Children 1-2 price
sion--A. M. Blodgett, Principal uable. Mr. Morris has the names of
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North Side High School, Corning, several farmers in this locality upon
whom he will call for the purpose
New York. Masonic hall touigbt.
Attorney Walter Sinclair and wife
left Monday for Curry county for
Attention Odd Fellows
an abseuce <4 ten days. Business
Brother E. G. D. Holden, Past
P lying Betw een
One of the best buys in
interests on the Sixes river necessi Grand Master, Independent Older
tates the trip and doubtless a little of Odd Fellows of the State of
is to be had in the
respite from labor by wav of recre Michigan, will be buried in Odd
ation will be enjoyed.
L O T S AN D BA R N
Fellows’ cemetery Sunday, August
Henry L. Southwick, President of 25. Funeral services at Methodist
on the corner opposite
F irst-c la ss fare only
Emerson College of Oratory, Boston, Episcopal church at 2 p. m. All
the Christian church.
U p freight, p er to n ................ 3.00
Mass., says, ‘ ‘ Miss Gitchel has a members are urgently requested to
Need money— will offer
line personality and a refined taste attend. J. S. L awrence , Secretary.
them for a short time for
and manner. She has marked tal
A g e n ts, S an F ra n c is c o , C a lifo rn ia
ent iu expression and reads well.”
County Clerk Watson issued the fol
Masonic hall tonight.
F o r R e s e rv a tio n s
lowing marriage licenses during the
One-half down, the reit
Harry Rhodes, who was adjudg week:
ER & NORTON
ed insane and committed to the
John A. Gilman and Ofa Iona Sanders,
C o q u ille , O re g o n
asylum about three months ago, was both of Coquille.
Phone 3 X
C. A. Pendleton
Alex. Johnson and Ellen S. Brantt,
recently discharged but again grew
both of Marshfield.
violent. He was again examined
Wm. Hartsrnan, of San Francisco,
before Judge J o I id F. Hall and it and Clara A. Rchfield, of Marshfield.
was ordered that he be teturned
Herbert Saffeld and Norma Phetina
Larne, both of Bandon.
to the asylum.
John Moore and Rose Fenton, both
Mrs. Clara Bewi k Colby spoke
1 ol Bandon.
ROOW H G
on Amendment No. 1, (which deals
F ocution a ad Music
with woman suffrage) at the Little
C. A. HARRINGTON
Church Tuesday evening. The audi
Miss Gitchel, a graduate of the 1
The only ready roofing m anu
ence was small owing to many other Emerson School of Elocution and
factured that is absolutely fire
attractions, but those who attended Oratory, Boston, will give readings
Made of a com bination of As
spoke of the address as able and tonight at Masonic hall, under the
bestos (stone) fibre and genuine
Trinidad Lake Aspholt. This
auspices of the Coquille Education-;
roofing is proof against every
W. H. Nosier and wife left the al League. There will also be mu- ,
destructive elem ent.
It is simple to lay and never
forepart of the week, by private sical numbers directed by Miss
requires painting, graveling or
team via Roaeburg, for Eugene Sperry. Admission 25 cents High ;
repairs. Used on all kinds of
where they will reside hereafter. School pupils and children 15 cents!
Write or call for Samples
While regretting the loss to our or two for 25 cents.
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I A « k jr o tir l l r n g g i . t i
community of these good citizens,
i y - « y C h l« e S s a fa r fr B lo w » » J T ir w m l/ / V \
P i l l s In R< d m l U ..I.I , •
Bam and Horses Bnrned
»eale.l with Pine H r l n.
we wish them much prosperity and
W f T s k e no o th e r lin y o f y o u r
Rev. T. B McDonald, minister of
» m n i s i . a . « f r « ii i < t i i • r : i r *
happiness in their Eugene home.
D I A M O N D It If \ N II 1*11,1
C o q u ille , O re g o n -
year» known as Bcsti 8
the Church of Christ this city, con
K. S Knowlton left yesterday for
SOLO BY DRUGGIST S EVE ’(V i)Hl U*
ducted services at Bridge last Sun ‘
Ssn Francisco by ‘-teamer Fifield
day. While there he learned of the
where he will remain a few daye to
total destruction of a barn by fire!
take in the sights, learn the news
on that day belonging to Oeorge „
and study the fashions of the Pa- Bronson of Big Creek several miles ^
lific Coast metropolis. He left above Bridge. A team of horses: i
expressing a hope tuala good at- j belonging to Fred Nosier was in
tendance would greet the elocution the barn st the time of the fire and >;
All Standard Sizes Constantly On Hand Special Sizes to Order
was lost. The tesm was a valuable y.
ist at the Masonic hall tonight.
one and said to be worth $400.
L. A. Liljrqviat, -distant prose Mr. Bronson's loss is quite henry >;
Orders Ta'; ■n for Italian Queens
cuting attorney, ha> received sev in tools, farming implements har-
... ness feed and hav. The barn was &
eral letters threatening him with
. fired by children who were at play
bodily harm if he d d not desist in in the bay.
bis activity in the Joiner disappear'
ance matter. The let'er* were mail-
“ I w as cured of diarrhoea by one dor.e )
C O Q CULLE, O R E G O N «
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C H IC H ES TER S PU LS
Rev. Seth R. Steele, pastor of the
M. E. Church South of Bandon, vis
ited the city yesterday and was un
ceremoniously called upon to join
John Moore and Rosa Clinton, both
of Bandon, in wedlock. It was the
first marriago solemnized by I\er.
Steele A n d he said, "I believe I was
more nervous than the contracting
parties.” The ceremony was per
formed at 2:15 at the Baxter hotel,
and John is now prepared to ‘ ‘add
a little bit Moore” to his pos- Marshfield. Attorney Liljeqvist is hardt Oriole, ¡’a. There is nothing
not taking the uattei seriously.
[better. For sale byall druggists.
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J. H. Oerding
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