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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 29, 1912)
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sified with liypophos-
phites o f lime and soda.
Tonic, stimulaut, uutri
tive, intestinal, a n t i
s e p t i c , auti-tubercular.
$1. the Bottle
The Rexall Store
P H Y S IC IA N S
DR. JAS. RICHMOND
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg.
Office Phone Main 211
R. B. HOAG. M. D.
Dr. C. W. ENDICOTT
Office over First National Bank
Phone Main 431
OR. H. B. MOORE
Room 2. Laird Bldg
Chronic Diseases a Specialty
Office Hours, 9:30 to 12, 2 to 5.
A. J. SHERWOOD
First National Bank Building
L J. ULJEQVtST
A ttobnky at L aw
First National Bank Building
A ttorney at L aw
E. D. SPERRY
C ounsellor at L aw
Office in Robinson Building
W. C. CHASE
A ttorn Y at L aw
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg
C. R. BARROW
A ttorney ani > C ounsellor at L aw
Office Phone 335
Residence Phone 34ft
J. J. STANLEY
UITÏ TO RAISE 58,ODD
JUDGE E. G. D. HOLDEN
TO BUILD CITY HALL I
BURIED BY ODD FELLOWS
At an adjourned meeting of theI
The body of Judge E- G. I) Hol-
deu was laid to rest Sunday last in city council held Thursday, August
the Odd Fellows cemetery this city. 22, Old nance No. 03 was passed, !
His brethren ol the three links providing for the erectiou of a city
turned out in large numbers aud hail aud fire department building ,
many friends and admirers ol the aud for the letting of contract fori
veucrable true Christian and citizen the same. The action was by unan
were present at tlt^ Methodist Epis imous vote, all couucilmen being
copal church to pay respect to his present.
At Mou la / night’s meeting a full
memory. Familiar hymns, such as
the judge loved to hear in life, were j council was also present.
Ordinance No. CG was passed
sung. An eloquent address eman
ating Iron) a sincere heart was de unanimously. This authorizes the
livered by his pastor-brother Evan * council to borrow $8,000 tor rnu-
R Evans, and as the reverened gen uiciptl purpose«. It is provided
tleman spoke of the estimable qual that this money may he Etorrowed
ities, the upright life aud unfailing on warrants numbered from 1 to 16
kindness the deceased always mani- aud of a denomination of $500 each,
lested to both old and young, tear beating six per cent interest and
payable two each iu their order
less eyes were few.
The floral tributes were many and every year uutil all are paid, the
beautiful. Placed upon the casket money to be used for the purpose
was a Past Grand Master’s jewel of building the city hall.
O L. Iloglie was awarded con
presented Judge Holden by the
Grand Lodge o f OJd Fellows of tracts for the following street im
Michigan and other articles bearing provements at the figures named:
emblems of the noble order to which Nosier street in North addition.
deceased was devotedly attached $10; Williams avenue, $">0; Smith
About one hundred of his brother avenue $215.
Odd Fellows accompanied the te-
Home Made Automobile
mains to the cemetery where the
attention was at
last rites were performed.
The pall bearers were L- H Haz
ard, Geo. T . Moultou, M. H Her- constructed on the automobile plan
sey, E E Johnson, J. S Barton which arrived in Coquille from
and James Watson, all members ol Roseburg on Tuesday last. The
Heceia Lodge No. n r , I. O O F., machine was composed largely of
the ordinary farm wagon with p >w
tb is city.
May the character of J udge Hol er, steering apparatus aud springs
den iheugh firm, yet gracious, with attached similar to the auto with
out guile or ostentation, strong and the exception that the engine, a
true, serve as a beacon light to guide twenty-horsepower Rambler, was
us to the end ol life’s journey that placed in a box at the back. A
we shall, like him, pass the river ol chain drive attachment was fixed to
death full of hope and belief in a bath rear wheels, all other features
representing the automobile in a
crude way. G. L. Prior^ of Rose
burg, assisted by Eugeoe Mauldrv,
were the builders and operators.
The party, consisting of six peoplp,
were on their way to Bandcn for an
Following a request from a num outing. Mr. Prior came in by way
ber ol prominent men that he come of the old Coos Bay route and pro
to this city to explain aud elucidate nounced the road poor. On a good
Single T ax, Charles H. Shields, road twelve to fifteen miles an hour
Secretary of the Oregon Equal T ax can easily be attained with his ve
ation League, will be in this city hicle. The machine bears the state
registration No. 9G90.
next Monday evening.
The “ Battle of Life”
C O Q U ILLE
George & Gibier, Props.
work, portraiture and
and printing for ama
teurs. Call and see us
and get our prices.
Storage Room for Rent
C. A. HARRINGTON
Come and See
Sam e Old P lace
The Coos couuty convention of
the W. C. T. U. W 43 held on Friday,
August 23, in this city. Delegates
from North Bend, Marshfield, Ban
don and My rtle Point were present
The meeting was conducted in
Laird’s hall and dinner was served
the visiting members at the Tuttle
hotel of which all present were loud
in their praise. Mr. and Mrs, Ev
land received just praise for the
kindly and hospitable manner in
which the ladies were served.
Reports from various unions were
beard and speeches, recitations,*
readings, aud so forth. Rev. Mrs.
Lewis gave s fine talk on good gov
ernment, is a ready speaker and
sound in doctrioe.
The convention adjourned to meet
at Myrtle Point next year.
Chas. H. Shields
A T 8:30 P. M.
Monday, Sept. 2
Morgau Adkins, an employe of
Camp 5, 0/ the Smith-Powers log
ging company, was found dead in
the woods Monday afternoon un
I | derneath a limb from a tree. His
bead was badly crushed. Mr. Ad
kins was fifty years of age and un
LA D IE S IN VITED
Hear Him : FREE
Socialists Nominate Ticket
Coos couuty Socialists have placed
the following ticket iu the field to
be voted for at the geueral election
in November :
Sheriff, Dan S. Orr. Bunker Hill.
County Clerk, A. J. Stephen, Marsh
County Treasurer, A. F. Coffelt, North
County Commissioner, C. T. Gilroy,
County Assessor, N. H. Welling, North
County School Superintendent, Mrs.
Lillian Forshay, Bandon.
Justice of the Peace, John Farley
Surveyor, S. L. Curry, Coquille.
State Senator Fifth district, Charles
Kaiser, North Bend.
Representatives Coos and Curry coun
ties, J. E. Quick, Coquille.
Constable, Wm. J. Anderson, Marsh
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Indian Hopes V?;n
John Walotsky, a ‘ redskin” from
the Umatilla reservation at Pendle
ton, was seen to frequent the pic-
tute theatre in which were being
shown the famous Round up pic
tures. The manager causally re
marked, “ You like the pictures? I
have seen you here four times.”
“ Umph!” said the Indian, ‘‘ Me and
my tribemen bet all o f our money
and treads that Jim Sundown ride
Lightloot but he has never been
able to stick him a single time I
have been here.”
Many people go
several times to see these pictures,
which will be at the Scenic Satur
day, August 3 1, but none except
John have cherished the vain hope
of seeing Sundown ride Lightfoot,
king of all buckers.
The Coquille public schools will
On next Wednesday and Thurs open on September 9 The build
day Coquille will have the pleasure ings will be open at 8:30 o. m. Par
of seeing the favorite actor Mr. Lee ents should make every possible
Willard and a clever company of effort to have children enroll on the
eleven people in delightful comedy- first day of school. The pupil who
dramas. Weduesday night ‘ ‘The enters a week late is seriously handi
Battle of Life" will be the bill— a capped in his work. First grade
plav new to Coquille and one of the pupils entering school for tho first
kind that everybody likes. Bub time cannot be admitted after the
bling over with joyous humor and second week. Only children who
clever situations Some good danc were six years old at the last birth
ing and sing'tig will be introduced. day can legally be enrolled.
Only those holding an Oregon
Mr. Willard was last seen in Co
quille in "T h e Country Squire,” eighth grade diploma, or its equiva
and pleased immensely.
He may lent from another state, will be en
herefore expect crowded houses rolled in high school. Before Sep
both nights. Coquille likes a good tember 1 , the superintendent would
show but will not patronize a poor like to meet all new students who
Teat Meetings At Fishtrap
one The company play in Marsh expect to enter high school above
field September 2 3. Seats are no.v the freshman class. Arrangements
The meetings at Fishtrap have
on sale at Fuhrman’s. Prices 50c , for consultation may be made by continued through the week with
increasing interest. Services last
C. A. H oward , Supt.
Sunday are reported as being well
Coquille Studio Sold
While working at the Smith Coos attended and extraordinary interest
B. W. George has sold the Co- j river camp of the Smith-Powers manifested.
Each evening this
quille Studio to C. W. Quartermast, logging company Saturday after week special subjects will be dis
a well known photographer of noon, O. H. Elleneburg was struck, cussed and a special program is pre
Marshfield. Mr. George leaves for by the breaking of a line, in such a
pared over Sunday.
his old home on the Umpqua river, manner as to almost entirely decap
Dr. Parker is a f ireeful speaker
about forty miles from Roseburg,
itate him. He was twenty>fiv6 years and should ha bear ! by all. It is
on Monday next He wishes to ex
tend thanks tor the liberal patron old, a member of the O.ld Fellows' expected also that Rev. Mrs. R N.
age given him by the people of Co-1 lodge at Drain and leaves a wife and Lewia of North Bend will be pres
quiiie and hopes like favors will be child.
ent this week and will speak some
accorded his successor.
Mr. W. S. Gunsalus, a farmer living
"Were all medicines as meritorious near Fleming, Pa., says he used Cham- j Sunday will be another big day
as Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and berlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea i with three services -at 11 a. m.,
Diarrhoea Remedy the world would be Remedy in his family for fourteen
much better off and the percentage of years, and that he has found it to be 2 p. m., and 8 p ni A big basket
suffering greatly decreased,” writes an excellent remedy, and takes pleasure lunch will be eojoyed by all who
Lindsay Scott, of Temple, Ind. For in recommending it. For gale by all
sale by >11 druggists.
Good Imedment for Moneyed Mea
Real estate securities to the
Court Convenes Monday, Sep amount of $2,900 iu sums of $209
and $399 for sale. Wdl discount
sufficient to net pmchaaer 12 per
Contract.>ra are wanttd.
ce ut Tlie securities are as good ns
government bonds. Want the mon
Postmaster J .hngon of Port Oi-
ey. See me soon.
ford was a Coquille caller Mouday.
“Blest Be tie Tie Tkal Binds”
For Rent cheap—a small barn,
County Clerk Watson issued the fol
especially if tukeu by the year
lowing marriage licenses during the
A. L. Neely has moved to Par
Herbert R Saffcll and Norma Phetina
kershurg with his family where he Larne, both of Bandon.
John Moore and Rose Fenton, both of
will con Iu t a dairy rauch.
Lee Willard aud Company at the
Vernie A. Buell and Bessie A. Morb-
Scenic theatre Wednesday and ley, both of Marshfield.
Thursday nights, September 4-5 .
Thomas F. Smith and Florence A.
W 1$. Clark has moved to Proa Mason, both of Marshfield.
T. O. Hadsall and Agnes Tupper, both
per where he will, beginning Sep of Bandon.
temher 1, take charge of the mill
at that place.
Logging Road To Be Constricted
V. R. WILSON
Mr. Shields is Secretary of the Ore
gon Equal Taxation League
and a well known
In order to u p a large tract of
Miss Edua Johnson had her leg
broken on Friduy last by the over timber the C. A. Smith company
turning of a buggy iu which she will construct a logging railroad, to
exteud about sixteen miles, from
German family wants to rent a Myrtle Point down the south fork
dairy rauch for October. References of the Coquille river.
can he given. Write to Mrs. E
The opening of such a big tim
Kromminga, Lakeside, Ore.
ber tract, by the building of this
Albert Croach has purchased the road, will assure to that vicinity
Drury Morgan place for the sum of many years ol activity in logging
$>,550, iijioo which he will erects operations as it is estimated seven
house and make extensive improve ty-five to one hundred years will ne
required to log off all of the land
I B. Riddle and family passed iu the south fork country-
through Coquille Thursday last for
Gobi Beach. Mr.Riddle is owner of a
large sawmid at tile towu named in
bis honor which is located near
W ILL SPEAK IN
W. C T. U. Convention
SINGLE TA X EXPOSED
BY CHAS. H. SHIELDS
Mr. Shields will speak in Coquille
at 8 p. m., September 2, on "Single
Mr. Shields is author of the pam
phlet “Single Tax Exposed,’’ which
has been read by a large number of
residents of this country and is at
present conducting the campaign
against Single Tax in Oregon which
has received comment in some
cases and commendation in others
from all over the state.
It will be well worth while for
both opponents to Single Tax, and
those who agree with Mr. Shields,
to be present at this meeting.
Following his address Mr. Shields
announces that he will be perfectly
willing to answer any question
propounded to him.
It is expected that a number of
local men will be on the platform
with Mr. Shields and he will be in
troduced by one of our citizens.
A. P. Miller and family contem-
^ plate leaving for the utHte fair at
Salem Sunday. We wish them a
happy time. They are fortunate in
securing a Goodman and wife to
¡dispense go >d things at their pop
ular confectionery store during tbeir
O P T O M E T R IS T
Friday & Saturday
Errors of Refraction Scien
Mr. Machado, a traveling man
named Shelly an 1 Miss Machad >,
were on Sunday Ia6t at Myrtle Point,
thrown from a buggy by the ruua
O n e ol the best buys in
way of the horse attached thereto.
Coquille for the money
All the occupants were thrown on
is to be had in the
the hard road and bad a narrow
M. L Church South
Sunday, September 1, will be the escape from serious iujury.
T W O LOTS AND BARN
last Sunday of this coufeience year,
R F. Shannon, for twenty-three
on the corner opposite
the pastor leaving shortly there years a resid intof Bandon, called
the Christian church.
after for the session of the annual on the Herald the other day amt
N eed money— will olfer
conference which will be held in said less wind was experitnetd at
them for a short time for
that place this year than any pre
At thb morning service the theme ceding. While a little inconven
will be, "The Place of Trials in the ient at times the zephyrs are not of
Development of Christian Cbarac that force to interfere with business
One-half down, the reit
ter.” There will be a violin solo bv activity at the tbriviog city by the
on easy payments : : :
Mr. CharleB Purslev and the pastor sea.
Phone 3 X
C. A . Pendleton
will report briefly the work of the
J. .1 Stanley haa been appointed
year just closing.
justice of the peace to succeed E O.
At night there will be a cheery D. Holden, deceased. Mr Stanley
evangelistic service the theme being is an able lawyer, an honorable
"P eter’s Denial.” If you have ups gentleman, and those who may have
and downs in your life hear this grievances or business differences
sermon. Mr. Frank Lealie will sing to settle b.-fore him can rest assur
a solo and the choir will give an ed that all measurements in the
scales of justice in his bauds will be
Sunday school at 10. a m.
honorably weighed and determined.
First-class fare only........... $7.50
You are invited to be present.
O V. White, professor of sciences
Up freight, per ton.............. 3.00
C. H. C l e a v e s , Pastor.
in the Presbyterian college at Al
bany is touring the coast on a bi
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
Sudden & Christiansen
There will be preaching Sunday cycle soliciting students for that
Agent«, San Francisco, California
institution. Prof. White was a col
at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
The evangelistic meetings are league of Dr. J. R Parker at Philo
being well attended. The set mous math college, who speaks in highest
NOSLER & NORTON
this week are along the line of— praise of his worthiness. The Her
Agents, Coquille, Oregon
‘‘ Will,” ‘‘ Heartfelt Religion,’’ "T h e ald acknowledges a pleasant call
Holy Spirit,” etc. Come and bring | from both gentlemen,
your questions and Bibles and have
Attorney C. R. Barrow is piloting
a trank discussion of these impor Frank Hull of Carey, Kansas, about
the city in order that he may form
T. B. McDonald, Minister acquaintances and gain information
concerning the superiority of oar
I'RKSIIYT BRIAN CHURCH.
section to tho end that be will
Services Sunday at 11. a. m. and
seek fortune in our community Mr.
THE BEST BUY
8 p. tn.
H'dl arrived Saturday last and in
In C oos County
Suuday School at 10 ft. m.
i' nds to stay a month, which we
Frank II. Adams, Pastor.
beiti ve is a sufficient time to con-
vert him to our clime Mr. Hull is
A Nevada Visitor
relative of Mrs. Barrow.
I’ . II Hughes of Fallon, Nevada,
SUNDAY SERVICES IN
A Bargain in Lots
Str. B r o o k ly n
J. P. Vest is a recent arrival in
arrived in Coquille od Saturday
last to look over this section with a Coquille, anil is on the lookout for Three million feet of timber—Sufficient
to pay for the land
view of investing in farm lands and land for geueral farming purposes.
One-fourth mile to sawmill
making a permanent home with us. He is bete with bis family and haa Church, school and postoffice within a
Mr. Hughes comes here through two sons, p ««eased of manly vigor
splendid county road
the instrumentality of Joseph Win sml push, who are anxious to use
through place. Fine stream of
water on premises, and river
die, an old time resident of Coquille their energies in clearing and put-
within one-fourth mile.
now in Nevada, and by reading the ting our productive soil in condi-
12 miles to Myrtle
Herald which be has been taking ' tion for the plow
We trust they
for some time. We trust Mr . | may find a satisfactory place as meo A small house and some improvements
for stock and the best
Hughes will have no cause to re -' of energy will certainly be well re j An ideal place
kind of land for frui
gret his coming and will find prop-j warded for their labors in our most One-half cash; balance to suit purchaser
A money-maker for a man of energy
erty agreeable to his wishes. The favored clime.
many friends of Mr. Windle will b<
One of the moat common ailments
Call on or address
pleased to learn that his family are * £
now in better health an<l will er< Iain's Liniment twice a day ami massage
long return to their old home here
tion, and y ou will get quick relief. For
A warm welcome awaits them.
sale by all druggists.
TH E HERALD