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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 26, 1912)
W h en Did You
Com e A ctdss ?
When did you come
across that cold?
When are you going
to get rid of it?
Better attend to it
You'll play the game
of life a qreat deal
better if you qet
rid of that cold
by t a ki n g
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
DR. 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
Rooms 2 - 3-4
REPORT liOOD TRADE
The Herald man questioned some
of the representative business men
of Coqu'lle today relative to the
fall and Christmas trade and receiv
ed answers that were assurances of
superb financial conditions in our
community. Their answers follow:
HENRY LORENZ— Excels any trade
of former years. Wearers of good
clothes are an index to good times, and
I have sold great quantities of high
class goods to old and new customers.
LYONS & JONES—Business better
than ever in all fines. Our groceries
tickle the palate of the prosperous and
the shoes we sell fit the feet of the
well-to-do. Everyone has money and
using it to good advantage.
C. J. FUHRMAN—Business twice a3
good as former years and cash paid in
all cases—no credit asked. Prosperity
and square dealing have joined hands.
W. C. LAIRD— Business increasing.
People can afford good furniture and
know where to get it. Many pianos
sold which is another evidence that
Coquille people are prosperous.
H. O. ANDERSON-Graphones that
I carry could not state in clearer and
better tones than my voice the large
incresse in tnule I have enjoyed.
J. A. LAMB—Made more authentic
sales of automobiles this season than
ever before. Business best ever.
J. A. MORRISON—Laundry business
increasing. .Families are realizing we
can do w^ching not only cheaper but
better than they.
W. H. SCHROEDER-Trade excel
lent and by far better than ever. Sold
more diamonds and other valuable arti
cles than former years.
FRED SLAGLE—Too busy to say
more than I am busy. Have orders for
several automobiles and this is a good
indication that money is free.
M. H. HERSEY— Did a better busi
ness than ever before.
GEO. ROBINSON—Satisfied with his
PAUL STKPHAN—Works eighteen
hours a day to supply the people with
JOHN LENEVE—Have not been in
business but a short time but if it con
tinues to hum much longer will be in
Morgan’s financial class.
NOSLER & NORTON— Business has
been Swift with us on hams and other
commodities we handle have moved
P. E. DRANE—Trade increasing.
O. WILSON—Nearly sold out.
THE HERALD—Busy on all kinds of
We were unable to see several busi-
I ness men but the sentiment, expressed
by those interviewed is sufficient to
demonstrate that Coquille is enjoying
I prosperity in no small degree.
B akihg P owder
A bsolutely P ure
Cooking under modem methods and con
veniences is made so attractive the whole
family is becoming interested.
“ These biscuits are delicious; this cake is
excellent,” says the father. “ 1 made them,”
says the daughter, and both father and
daughter beam with pleasure.
Royal Baking Powder has made home
baking a success, a pleasure and a profit, and
the best cooking today the world over is
done with its aid.
Christmas Cheer at
Coquille was favored with a clear
sky and balmy atmosphere Christ
mas day. A l! nature seemed to
conspire to add joyousness to the
day of all days among Christian
A ll churches were well attended
and appropriate sermons and music
Sunday school scholars gave en
tertainments on eveuings prior to
Christmas and little tots of tender
years acquitted themselves credit
ably. Santa Claus was present to
gladden the hearts of the urchins
with presents from his hand and
joyousness reigned within the walls
ot Coquille’s churches that will be
productive of moral benefit to our
Traveling Men Meet
J. E. Norton of Nosier & Norton
left Christmas afternoon for Port
land going by stage to Roseburg
Mr. Norton goes to attend fhe an
nual meeting of the traveling men
for Albers Brothers Milling compa
ny which takes place in Portland
the last days of the present week.
The gathering of the 'K nights of
the G rip ” is to talk over the results
ol their labors for the year and out
line a plan of procedure for future
development. A banquet will be
given the employes of this famous
coast m illing company at the close
of the meeting. Mr. Norton e x
pects to be gone a week and will
return by way of stage from Drain
A W. J o h n s o n ,Trustee.
The indications are satisfactory.
First National Bank Building
E. D. SPERRY
C ounsellor at L aw
Office in Robinson Building
W. C. CHASE
A ttorn Y
Office Phone 335
Residence Phone 346
J. J. STANLEY
W e Are Not
But W e Can
AND ICE CO.
Placed Under Bonds
C. M. Maupin was arraigned be
fore Justice Stanley today on com
plaint of P. M. Hall-Lewis accusing
the defendant with threatening bod
ily harm upon the person of our
worthy townsman. Maupin met
Mr. Hall-Lewis on Saturday last
and threatened to beat and "sw at”
T his not being in accord
with manliness and dignity Justice
Stanley was appealed to and he
placed Maupin under $200 bonds to
keep the peace. Maupin is a w ork
man on the city hall where the diffi
culty occurred while Mr. Hall-
Lewis was discharging bis duties
in the capacity of architect and
superintendent of constuction upon
the building. Builders should dwell
together In unity
C O M IN G — Scenic theatre tomor
row night, a big four-reel feature
film. " T h e Blighted Son,” one of
the greatest pictures ever shown in
the city. Admission five and ten
A Narrow Escape
Coquille Farmers’ Union meets at
ten o’clock Saturday morning, De
cember 28, for the nomination and
election of officers. Attend
Happy New Year
H. A. Collier, accompanied by
his sons G. A. and J. A., have re
turned from attending the sick bed
ot Mrs. Jay M ahoney,—their daugh
ter and sister— of Florence.
Born— T o the wile of Thomas C.
Buckle of Prosper, on December
18, a daughter.
May this little
Buckle securely fasten much joy
upon the happy parents through
out their lives.
Anderson has a magnificent rack
at his store upon which he displays
the great kitchen necessity, Nesco
Sanitary Drip Pans. T hey are
seamless, no rivets, and are easy to
clean. A ll sizes and prices See
Chas 1 . Kime presented a mag
nificent alter to the Presbyterian
church last Monday evening, made
with his own hands from South Af
rican mahogany. It is a beanty and
most highly prized not so much for
its intrinsic worth as the spirit
which prompted the gift.
Married— John Neilson and Mar
tha Blundell, both of Bandon, by
Justice Stanley at his office in Co
quille, December 24, 1912. Mr
Nielson is a Coos county boy, a
bookkeeper of Bandon and a very
¡estimable young gentleman. Miss
j Blundell is a teacher in the Ban
don public schools and a young la
dy whose hand any swain might be
proud to win.
the ceremony they
Marshfield from that place taking
steamer to the city for a short stay.
The home of C. I. Kime was,the
scene of a quiet but impressive
wedding ceremony last Tuesday,
when William M. Bell, son of John
W. Bell of N orway, and Lucina C.
Robison, daughter of our worthy
of a considerable
citizen Price Robison, were united
by J. J. Stanley, justice of the peace.
Mrs. C. E Scbroeder, a sister of the
THAT TIRED FEELING
bride, her brother, Roy Robison, the
if you will send us
family of Mr. Kime and the officiat
the weekly wash
ing magistrate, were the only per
It won’t cost you even Patent sons present, and the event was a
surprise to all except the immedi
ate relatives. After the ceremony
all partook ot a sumptuous dinner,
the guests of Mrs. Kime. The
groom is a prosperous young dairy
man of the Norway community
and has chosen a most companion
We wish to «'«11 your attention to the
fact that infectious diseases such as able and worthy helpmate.
whooping cough, diphtheria and scarlet , many friends of this happy couple
fever are contracted when the child has
a cold. Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy join the Herald in wishing them a
will I quickly cure a cold and _
greatly les- i most prospereus and happy voyage
the danger of contracting
dv is famous for upon which they have just launch-
diseases. This remedy
its cure of colds.
It contains no 1 ed their barque.
opium or other narcotic and may be
given to a child with implicit confidence.
Sold by all druggists.
A lost boy is a waif irom home.
The new 1913 Ford Automobile
can be seen at the Coquille Garage
Inquire of Fred Slagle, local agent.
Judge C oke dismissed the Ma
chado divorce case staling in words
to the effect that both parties had
devised and concocted all manner
ot schemes to deceive the court.
T b e tie that binds the unhappy
pair is still taut.
Office in Kichmond-Barker Bldg
C. R. BARROW
T h e new 1913 Ford Automobile
can be seen at the Coquille Garage.
Inquire of Fred Slagle, local agent.
Married— Perry L- Randles and
Edith M. McCue, both of Bandon,
by Justice J. J. Stanley at his rooms
lu the Richmond-Barker building,
Monday forenoon, December 20.
Both the contracting parties are
Oregonians, the groom being a
product of Jackson county and
Coos county being the birthplace of
T h ey will reside at
Thirty relatives of Mr. and Mrs.
W. C- Laird assembled in the ball
over Laird’s store on Christmas d .y
and enjoyed the products of the
earth and n happy reunion. It was
an unusual gathering and was only
exceeded by the happiness it pro
There will be a called meeting of
Coquille merchants report a good
Mamie Rebekab Lodge No. 20.
I O. O. F. at Odd Fellows ball
Geo. P. Falconer of Crane’s camp
Monday evening. December 30
spent Christmas in Coquille.
Unfinished business of the
Judge Coke has adjourned circuit year will be disposed of. A ll mem
court to Monday, January 27.
bers are requested to attend.
I am in the market for all kinds
The Scenic Theatre gave a tur
By order of A n n ie R o b in s o n , of furs. Geo T . Moulton.
key to Dolly Skeels Monday night- N. G ; A n n ie L a w r e n c e . Sec
One hundred choice apple trees,
Five 25-pound pigs, full blooded
home grown, between four and five
stock, for sale at $ 10 . Call Farm
E . E . Fraederick is a new arri and one half feet in height, $1 25 a
val who contemplates locating in dozen
Phone 3X Farmers.
C U Barrow and family spent Coquille. N ick Johnsou is an ac
V . R. W il s o n , expett watch-
their Christmas in our sister city quaintauce of Mr. Fraederick and
maker. A ll grades and makes
is introducing the gentleman to our
of watches skillfully repaired. Sat
C . O. G ilkey returned Saturday people. The stranger has been en isfaction to all. Bandon, Oregon.
from Hillsbore where he bad been gaged in the mercantile business
W ANTED — Chickens— Will pay
What his line of work will be here
visiting bis daughter.
cash fur about 100 good young pul
we are not advised.
lets,or heuH not over two years old.
The uew 1913 Ford Automobile
A. F Bergon, who has been fore Oive good description, and address
can be seen al the Coquille Garage.
niau of the Coos Bay Paving com F. B Cameron, Empire, Oregon.
Inquire of Fred Slagle, local agent
For Rent— Winner & Collier farm
pany, has taken the foremanship
Nels Osmundson spent Sunday for Edwin Ellingsen, who has the on Fisiitrap, containing 115 acres,
in Marshfield visiting with Mrs.Os- sewer contract. It is the intemioti 70 acres of piow and grass land in
For particulars phone
1 tmyidson and Mr. and Mrs Moeller. to start work on the sewer the first bottom
Farmers fixx, or address E. A. Wirn-
A committee of Bandon council- ot the year. Thirty 'or more men er, Coquille.
men are working to secure a site will be employed and tho>-e living
for a city hall at that thriving in Coquille and vicinity will b e j
A Des Moines man had an attack of
muscular rheumatism in his shoulder.
A friend advised him to go to Hot
Paul Stephan has secured the ser
Springs. That meant an expense of
vices of Mr. Koenig, a baker from
COW S FOR S A L E — Two good $150 00 or more. He sought for a
;r and cheaper wav to cure it and
Portland, to assist him in the City milch cows both coming fresh in
it in Chamberlain’s Liniment.
Phone Three days after the first application of
this liniment he was well. For sale by
Mr. and Mrs. Chas, Lorenz of 09.
Bandon were the proud parents of
a baby boy which came to their
home December 20.
Farmers’ Union will
meet Saturday, January r i, 1913,
for the purpose of installing officers
Members of the Fat E lk drainage and transacting important business
district will meet at the court house matters. By order of tbe Union.
E. A H o w e y , Sec., and Treas.
There is no liability of assess
in Coquille Monday, December 30,
ments on an Oregon Merchants’
at the hour of 10 o’clock a. m., for I
Drillers of tbe West Shore oil well Mutual policy of fire insurance, and
the purpose of electing trustees and
Bandon struck fossil beds at a you save 30 per cent of your pre
the transaction of other business of
importance. A ll interested are ur depth of 400 leet which experts mium besides. T. A. W alker, coun
assert always precede? oil sand. ty agent.
gently requested to attend.
L J. LILJEQVIST
Rebekahs Take Notice
The coming year will with
out doubt be the most pros
perous one Coquille has ever
enjoyed. The year now near
its end has showered bounti
fully of the good things of
earth but 1913 will do better
Having faith in Coquille and
its future, we shall continue
to maintain an exclusive dry
goods store- the only one at
present in the city—where
every article is kept clean
and free from contamination
with other unsuitable goods
All those who buy goods here
Will be happy all the year !
« fit »
L e a d in g O u tfitte r, Coquille, Or.
Died— Af Myrtle Point Decem
ber 18, 1912, "Grandma W ade”
aged over one hundred years. W
C Laird, of this city, a grandson ot
the deceased, said that he believed
she was at leaat 109 years old, but
that an uncle said she was several
years older than this.
The Oregon Merchants’ Mutual
Fire Insurance Association issues a
full paidup policy of fire insurance
for 30 per cent less than Old Line
companies. Write or call on T . A.
W alker, county agent, Coquille.
C. H. Flitcroft, who arrived at
Bandon Friday reported an unusu
al accident on the steamer Coquille.
A little girl fell overboard from
the steamer Coquille, near the L y
J. C. Watson is closing out his
ons & Johnson mill, and she was
high grade Jersey stock, and in the
not massed for fifteen minutes. She
near future will divide his fine
was discovered by the engineer of
farm iuto small tracts lor the bene
the mill who heard her cries under
fit of those not only of limited
neath the wharf. When he reached
means but to the making of our
her, she was floating on her back
community more popular and pros
in tbe deep water, not making a
perous. Mr. Watson has excellent
move, except crying loudly. Ap
registered animals and he is readily
parently her cries were not from
I disposing of them at the reasonable
fright but for the loss of a little
red wagon that went to the bottom
W ork on the sewer will begin
when she fell overboard. She was
none the worse for her experience. after New Years. We are told $2.50
N o information was ascertained re per day will be paid the workmen
garding the child's name, but the for eight hours’ work. There are
name of an aunt with her was Mrs. 17,000 feet of sewer to be made and
the time allotted for its completion
Miller.— Coos Bay Times.
is one hundred and twenty days.
W A N T E D — T o borrow $700 on This work will put thousands of
good estate security.
Inquire at dollars in circulation, and Coquille
will feel its benefits in many ways.
Is an important factor
in a Grocery Business
of the first class. W e
make a point of abso
lute cleanliness in the
store and in the stock
V IM F L O U R