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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 23, 1913)
Licenses to Wed
When Did You
County Clerk Watson issued the fol-
lowing marriage licenses during the
E. Watson and Helena Fleischmann.
Claude O. Adams and Mary Grayce
When did you come
across that cold?
When are you going
to get rid o f it?
Better attend to it
You'll play the game
o f life a great deal
better i f you get
rid o f that cold
by t a k i ng
Thomas John Harrison and Emma
John P. Walbles and Letchia Copper.
Claude C. Adams, the popular
waiter at the grill room of the Gal-
I Her Hotel, of Batidon, and Miss
¡Grayce Mclutosb, one of Baudou’s
favorite young ladies, were united
in marriage by Justice Stanley in
his office in this place last Monday
in the presence of the justice’s
“ office force” and the bride’s brother
David McIntosh. The groom is a
native Coos county boy, but lived
iu our sister state California for a
number of years in his earlier youth
and is of most excellent character
and habits. 1 he writer is not per
sonally acquinted with the bride,
hut is confident that any young lady
whom Claude would choose for his
mate must be just perfectly all right
iu every particular, so has his un
qualified endorsement. The Her
ald joins their legion of friends in
wishing this deserving couple a
long, peaceful and pleasant voyage
on the sea of life.
Choice Cheese Dumped
In the Coquille River
League Annual Banquet
The annual banquet for Ibe mem
The steamer Myrtle W, a muall bership of the Educational League
craft plying the Coquille river, will take place Friday, Jauuary 31 ,
struck a sheer boom set to catch logs at 8 p. in., iu W.O.W. hull. A toast
near the mill Friday 11st when the master, whose modesty precludes our
current was runnirg with such force giving his name, is preparing that
aa to capsize nnd carry her entirely part of the program and we are con
under the boom, dumping her our- fident it will be interesting. The
go iu the stream. T h ree tons of bounties of mother eirth wdl pro-
cheese belonging to C. E. Broad- duco the food which will be luxu
bent, Myrtle Point, considerable rious when prepared by the skill
butter and other freight slipped ful ladies of the League. Don’ t
from the deck into the river. All you wish you were a member ?
but twelve cases of the cheese was
later picked up and repacked with
Many Minds on Mineral
out damage No one was injured.
W e Are Not
But W e Can
AND ICE CO.
of the custom
flat last and the
high arch and heel.
A boot with everything
to recommend it to the man
whose taste is conservative.
This and other styles o f
Royal theater bean guessing con
test closes tonight. The lucky one
Fine watch repairing by W.
Frank Petett. Opposite Farmers &
David Lindsay contributed one
dollar to the county coffers during
the week for a medical license
Read the parody on the declara
tion of independence by W. C. Laird
the house furnisher. This issue.
A bargain in Coquille property—
both improved and unimproved.
Call on W. E. Cleghorn, at Drane’s
E. C. Barker, formerly of Co
quille. now of Marshfield, was in
the city on Tuesday shaking hands
Fred Irwin, comedian— the actor
with his many friends. He inform»
who put “ ridge” in originality— us that the sample product ol his
was a dispenser of mirth at the
“ mine” at Fairview was sent to
Royal Theater last week. As a sing three assayers in differeut cities to
er Mr. Irwin is superb, having an
determine the nature of his find,and
excellent, clear and powerful voice,
they were as far apart in their
and he knows how to emphasize the
judgment of the mineral as the dis
words of his soug to make them ef
tance between them One assayer
fective and enjoyable. Mr. Irwin
reported a low grade of graphite,
favored his hearers not only with
another pottefs’ clay and the third
Judge Sperry after being confined
comic songs, but those tending to
talc. Mr. Barker, although he has
his home for ten days with the
appeal to the moral sensibilities and
parted with some money, is no wis
“ grip" is now working to expedite
finer feelings of mankind, and bis
er than before regarding the miner matters for his clients.
efforts weie not without avail as
The Rexall Store
al and its commercial uses.
The building on the corner ad-
handkerchiefs to the eyes of many
joiuing the Royal theater has been
in the audience testified. Every act,
Visits Old Home
sold to parties who will remodel the
song, gesture and joke by Mr. Irwin
same for an apartment house.
was clean, moral and tefined, and
A. J Radabaugh, the well known
we pay another compliment to this
Died— Thursday morning Jan. 23 ,
actor when we say that the Royal and enterprising Norway resident, Stewart Miller, at his home near
permits nothing but what is good to returned last Friday from a three the city. At time of going to press
DR. JAS. RICHMOND
appear upon the moving picture months’ visit to the old home— his no particulars had been learned re
screen, or on the stage. The Royal birthplace— at Milton, Ohio. Mr. garding his death.
entertainers are producing a show Radabaugh had been absent forty-
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg.
Secretaries of Coquille fraternal
Office Phono Main 211
Thomas Harrison of Riverton worthy of patronage by the best five years. The old church is the
social societies are requested to
only landmark he could recognize
and Erma Poebe Campbell of Co citizens of our community.
us of any change in officers
as not being materially changed by
R. B. HOAG, M. D.
quille, were united in marriage at
in order that we may keep our “ City
the parsonage of the M. E. Church
A Valuable Cow
Radabaugh, publisher of the Milton Directory” column correct.
South, Januaty 21, the Rev. C. H.
Clay Church, an employe of the
Ricord and other relatives made
P. W. Laird, a dairyman near the
the sojourn pleasant. A. J. is glad Red Cross drug store, Marshfield,
city, realized $145 for butter pro
Dr. C. W. ENDICOTT
to get back to the salubrious climate passed through Coquille Monday
Ready For Business
duced from one of bis cows last
of Coos county and enjoy the genial on his way home from a visit at the
year. The milk and benefit derived
Merchant ranch near Bandon.
Office over First National Bank
Mrs. A. P. Miller has rstablisbed by way of fertilizing the ranch would companionship of his many friends.
Phone Main 431
The high water stopped opera
herself in the Rose building where pay the board bill of the cow, leav
tions at the Coquille mill for a few
Good Eats Suggestions
she will conduct a first-class millin. ing the snug sum above as profit to
DR. H. B. MOORE
days, but it is again making choice
ery and dressmaking business. She which also can be added a valuable
lumber and furnishing firewood to
Room 2, Laird Bldg.
many whose supply was getting
Chronic Diseases a Specialty
laces, braids, notions, ginghams, etc.,
Mr. Laird has a system of keep
Office Hours, 9:30 to 12, 2 to 5.
and will be pleased to serve her pa ing record of the product of each tain something palatable to eat, we low.
FOR S A L E — Six lots in block 22,
trons and receive any orders they individual cow in his excellent herd would suggest that \ou try the can
LA W Y E R S
may place. As soon as the millinery of high grade Jerseys, none of ned vegetables at Drane’s— aspara Elliots addition to Coquille. House,
A. J. SHERWOOD
season opens Mrs. Miller will dis which has fallen below $80 in but gus, asparagus tips, spinach, beets, barn, orchard, apples, pears, prunes,
A ttorney at L aw
play a select assortment of hats, ter for any one year and most of succotash, corn, peas, beans, sauer plums and berries. Four bottom lots
First National Bank Building
will endeavor to meet the re them earning for their owner over kraut, tomatoes and the old-fashion — best garden in Coquille. Inquire
Rooms 1 I'-I
ed lye hominy, such as your mother of J. C. Varney.
quirements of each individual in $ 100 .
used to make. At this up-to-date
George Hartley of Prosper writes
An article is in preparation for grocery you will also find a full as
L. J. LILJEQI/IST
have his Herald sent to Lake
A ttorney at L aw
sortment of the far-famed Delmonte
will give in detail the systematic canned fruits, also delicious canned side, San Diego county, California.
First National Bank Building
methods employed by Mr. Laird in pumpkin ready for the fluffy pies Whether Mr. Hartley intends to
Hardware Dealers Meet
conducting his business together lkhich Coquille housewives excel in live at Lakeside permanently we
making and which at this time of the
The annual convention of the with the pedigree and picture of the year should be found upon each are not advised.
A ttorney at L aw
Coquille people must be consid
Coos County Hardware Retailers’ leader of his herd which will prove menu.
ered very carniverous. Two more
association was held here Tuesday valuable to those engaged in the
butcher shops are being established.
The visitors from other towns were: highly profitable vocation of dairy
While it may be tough to get pat
Messrs. Hague, Sumner, Neff, Har- ing.
E. D. SPERRY
rigan and Ekblad, Marshfield; Re-
In the eighth grade final exami ronage enough to keep all the own
A ttorney and
C ounsellor at L aw
berg and Hazen, North Bend; Lun
nation, held in Cooe county Jan 10 . ers alive, let us hope the meat will
Office in Robinson Building
dy, Myrtle Point. Bandon was not
17 , the following Btudents were be tender.
represented as the dealers by the
Ed Laswell of McKinley says
Urquardt Adams bas recently en successful in passing and have been
W. C. CHASE
sea “ forgot all about it.”
awarded common school diplomas: everyone is prospering in his com
rolled in the summer class.
A ttorny at L aw
Officers for the ensuing year were
munity. Walter Latvhorn is doing
Clara Heller, McKinley
Last Monday morning^Mr. M. O.
elected as follows: Reberg, presi
nicely in his logging operations a
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg
Hooton gave a talk to the seventh
dent; Lundy, vice president; Hazen,
mile aud a half below McKinley
grade class in agriculture on the
secretary and treasurer. The mem
and has just installed a donkey en
C. R. BARROW
grafting of fruit trees. Mr. Hooton
bers reported a pleasant and harmo
A ttorney and C ounsellor at L aw
gine to haul out the logs.
is a practical horticulturist as well
Office Phone 335
nious meeting, the popular feature
The chicken supper served by
as an old school teacher. His talk
Residence Phone 346
being an enjoyable and satisfying
the ladies of the Woman’s Home
was a good one and was greatly ap
chicken dinner at a local hotel.
Delphia Langlois, Bandon
Mission Society of the M. E- Church
J. J. STANLEY
at the home of Mis. A . T.
The first basketball game of the
High Winds Experienced
Morrison, Tuesday night, was a
season, which was scheduled to be
great success in spite of the inclem
played Friday evening, has been
How the wind blew!
weather, the receipts amount
indefinitely postponed on account
Friday night between the hours of
ing to $50.
of the death this morning of Mr.
eight and ten a breeze swept over
Strangers speak in highest praise
Stewart Miller, father of Ray Miller,
A U CTIO N EER
Coquille doing minor damage to
and Coquilleites point with pride to
one of the members of the Coquille
Dorris Peoples, Coquille
When you get one, get one o f exper store windows, signs and awnings. team.
the magificent store of Lyons &
ience—26 years at the business
Jones. We venture the assertion
Andrew Hendrickson. North Bend
city, where large trees are contigu
that no city in the west the size of
of some vacant lots to the school
E. G C A S S ID Y
B A N D O N , O R E . ous to their premises, wore uneasy
Coquille can boast of a general store
that the monarcbs of the forest
of such magnitude and splendor.
might fall and do irreparable dam-
The liberal patronage given Lyons
ago. Nothing but a severe “ scare” pupil in the agriculture class will
& Jones is evidence that their effort
is reported, hut Ibe anticipation of
to excel is appreciated
daoger is not pleasure. Those in
D. J. Mitchell and wile returned
Mary Smalley, Arago
authority should see that the Urge direction of Miss Rena Anderaon,
teacher of the seventh grade.
recently to Coqu ille from Texas
Raymond Benbam, Fairview
trees in the streets are cut down.
where they were sojourning for a
Next week has been set aside for
Maydream McLean, Eastside
It was Mr. Mitchell’s in
Sewer Pipe Arrives
tention to locate in Old Mexico, but
semester will begin February 3 .
the unpleasantness existing among
Up to Saturday last 4,480 feet of Beginning with the second semes
the “greasers” forbade.
sewer had been excavated— dearly ter, the first four grades will be
Blanche Cutlip, Daniel’s Creek
Elijah Culbertson, Gravel Ford pleased to say that he now intends
one-third the distance alloted the housed in the Academy instead of
to permanently locate in Coquille
o f a considerable
contractor. Tire work accomplished the first grade as formerly.
where contentment, peace and pros
is on the eastern portions of second, room in the main building vacated
by the fourth grade will be occupi
THAT TIRED FEELING
laterals have been dug. A. F Ber- ed by a mixed grade with Miss
i f you w ill send us
gou, the “ head push” for Contrac Conlog as teacher. The increased
W . R. Fox, 195 W. Washington street
Noblesville, Ind., says: “ After suffer
the weekly wash
tor Ellingsen, apparently under- attendance has made necessary the
One pupil passed from Riverton ing many months with kidney trouble,
stands sewer construction as the addition of this extra teacher to the whose name was not reported.
after trying other remedies and pre
It won’t cost you even Patent rapid strides—notwithstanding the present force.
The total number taking the ex scriptions, I purchased a box of Foley
annual ion was 72
Of these 3 !) Kidney Bills which not only did me
inclement weather-—amply demon
passed successfully and 14 others mors good than any other remedies I
When you want a reliable medicine passed in h 11 except one or two sub ever used, hut have positively set my
Sixty tons of sewer pipe arrived I (nr a rough or cold take Chamberlain’ s jects which they will have the priv- | kidr.evs right. Other members of my
family have used them with similar re
Remedy. It ran always lie de-
by steamer fj^tn San Francisco and
I pended upon and is pleasant and Bale to ilege of making up at the next ex- t sults.” Take at the flr«t stage of kidney
will scon be placed in position.
trouble. At Fuhrmans Pharmacy.
take. For tale by all druggists.
A Good Actor
A Com bination
Circuit court convenes Monday
Remember Pelett, the optician.
All work guaranteed.
Regular meeting Farmers' Union
Saturday, January 25.
I am in the market for all kinds
of furs. Geo. T . Moullon.
Lew A. Cates aud wife of Cottage
Grove were Coquille callers last
N atural Shape
on display now
A Complete Showingat$ 5 .0 0
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r DECLARATIO r
B E D
"Y^HEN, in the course of human
events, it becomes necessary
for the people to dissolve the bands
of fatigue occasioned by the ardu
ous tasks of the day, a respect for
themselves as well as their well
being requires that they should seek
the remedy. We hold these truths
to be self-evident, and when en
dowed with just and inalienable
rights—as we all are— prudence
dictates that the brass bed of to
day, together with the essentials
accompanying it, should be brought
into requisition. We have brass
beds of all kinds and all prices.
Dressers and Chiffoniers in bird’s
eye maple, oak, ash and other
woods, make the sleeping quarters
superbly complete. Sweet repose,
and a wakeful contentment, better
fitting one to pursue the labors of
the day will be occasioned when
you buy these modern necessities
from the complete housefurnisher
W . C. LAIRD
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California points with stop overs in either direction
and long return limits
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All trains connect at San Francisco with through Eastern trains
via Ogden or south through Los Angeles and the Sunset Route
For fares, sleeping car accommodations, tickets or literature on Califor
nia, call on nearest agent, or write
John. M. Scott, <icn.