Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, July 15, 1913, Image 3

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    MERELY MENTIONED
False Alarm
Considerable excilment was cans
ed in this city yesterday bv a story
Don’t fail to attend the library which was going the rounds, to the
meeting Monday evening.
effect that an old man had made an
Try that ice cieatn at Folsom’s.
attempt to assault a young gitl.
The man who works at a logging
Don’t miss seeing John Bunny as
Pickwick st the Scenic Wednesday camp was taken into custody while
j Diglit.
on his way home, but when the of­
Haivey Tyrrel, formerly of this ficers investigated the story it was
i luce is mi* located with his family j found that there was uothing to it
ut Requa, California.
uud the man was teleased. It seems
that he had beeu drinking, and
Fruit Jars at Andei sou's.
meeting
the little girl near the de­
Henry Lorenz has resigned the
agency for Wells Fargo, and the pot he gave her a dime, and some
office will be moved to the railway men coming along misstook his ac­
tions, with the results that he nar-
station
| rowly escaped a lynching before
My Optical work is giving satis-
laclion. Give me a tiial W prank the real facts were known
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Petett.
Cool, refreshing drinks at Fol*
E W Schetter, manager of the I H o m s .
Estabri ok Co. warehouses at Ban-
Trustee for Oil Company
don was in town Ftiduy on busi­
ness for the company.
The affairs o( the Miocene Oi
Take refuge these warm days in
and
Gas company, of Bandon have
F o l s o m ’ s confectionery. Always
been placed in the hands oi a trus­
cool.
Every one should be interested tee and Judge C. A Sehtbrede has
enough iu the public library to at­ appointed W J Conrad, of Marsh­
Mr. Courad
tend the annual meeting at the re­ field to the place.
went
to
Baudot)
yesterday
and took
corder’s office, tied Monday evening.
charge of the companies affairs, in­
Onyx Ware at Anderson’s.
cluding the books, cash and proper­
John Kiltney, who has been serv­ ty at the well on Bear creek.
The
ing a term of ten months in the company collected in all $27,415.91
county jail for the larceny of a clock for sales of stock, and there was an
in Bandun has been paroled by amount of $13 in the treasury when
Judge Coke.
the affairs were turned over to Mr.
Willamette Tents at Anderson’s Conrad.— The Record.
Butvole S u pplies at AmliM sou's.
Have You O
Broken Out i
la your face covered with
pimples, blotches or rash? Poor
condition o f your blood will
cause these facial disfigurements
at this season o f the year. A
good medicine for your blood
will clear your complexion like
m agic.
O f the many blood purifiers
we sell R e x a l l B l o o d T a b •
le ts are undoubtedly the most
effective. W e are familiar with
the formula o f this remedy and
k n o w what it will do. It puri­
fie» and enriches the blood,
builds up the entire system and
imparts a healthy color tocheeks
and lips. Sold with the Rexall
guarantee.
Per package, 50c.
FUKHMAN’S PHARMACY
The Rexall Store
Professional Cards
P H Y S IC IA N S
DR. JAS. RICHMOND
PhvHician
Surgeon
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg.
Office Phone Main 211
Dr. C. W. ENDICOTT
D entist
Office over First National Bank
Phone Main 431
LAW YERS
A. J. SHERWOOD
A ttorney at L aw
First National Bank Building
Rooms 2-3-4
L. J. LILJEQI/IST
A ttorney at L aw
Fin-t National Bank Building
Coquille, Oregon
WALTER SINCLAIR
A ttorney at L aw
Notary Public
Coquille
E. D. SPERRY
ArroitNEr and
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 and C ounsellor at L aw
Office Phone 335
Residence Phone 346
J. J. STANLEY
LA WY E R
Richmond-Barker Building
Coquille, Oregon
Outing Lunches
W heu you go for an
Outing, procure your
Lunch at the
CITY BAKERY
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L. G. Simmons, who recently weut
Good Roads Meeting
to Portland to see bis sick daughter
wishes the Herald to inform his
The meeting oi the Coos Couuty
friends that he is located at 959 E. Good Roads Association, which
Burnside street.
was called for Thursday evening at
Automobile service, any time Marshfield, has been postponed un­
T. A. Walker, call either phone. til Friday eveuing when it is hoped
Stand Farmers & Merchants Bank
that every one interested in good
corner
roads who can possibly do so will
M A Simpson, editor anil owner
be present. It anything is to he
of the Bandou Surf, make this office
done this year no time is to be lost.
a call Saturday during the editor’s
There are questions to be discussed
absence, but we haven’t missed
anil problems to he thrashed out in
anything yet.
connection with the proposed bond
Watches repaired in an up-to-date issue before the matter can be prop­
manner by W. Frank Petett.
No
erly shaped up for action, and it is
delay.
only by dicussion and consultation
A farewell party was held last
that the people of the county can
Tuesday evening at the home of H
get together on a program upon
D. Eveinden near Bridge. The fam­
which all agree.
The gentlemen
ily has lived at Btidge for three or
who are pushing the good roads
four years, but have sold their ranch
propoganda are devoting much
and will move to British Columbia.
time and no little mooey to the
Bicycle Repairing at Anderson’s. work and as all will be benefited by
J»». Cuwau, who has beeu cruis­ its accomplishment, all should take
ing timber iu the upper Coqutlle an interest and he willing to help in
country, was in Marshfield last week greater or less degree.
and stated that deer were plenti­
Th.- county Court has just made
ful iu the Eckley country, but there a long step in advance by appointing
were no sign of Eik.
a couuty road superintendent under
The couuty court has called a the law passed some years ago.
special election for August 27th, to This is in direct line with the latest
vote on the organization of the Port thought in road improvment, and
of Bandon, including the Coquille is a necessary preliminary to the
river watershed from the mouth putting of road work upon a scien­
of the river to a point be­ tific basis.
It is probable that a petition for
tween this city and Myrtle Point.
a
bond
election will be soon in cir­
In conversation with Attorney
culation,
and the campaign o f edu­
General Ciawford during his recent
visit to Salem, County School Sup cation should be vigorously pushed
erintemleut Baker learned that in from now on.
the opinion of the attorney general,
the election of Mr Skcels at the re­
cent school meeiing was legal.
Jelly Glasses at Anderson’s.
The uneven ground between the
mill of the Coquille Mill <fc Mercan­
tile Co. and the railroad is being
leveled down by W. J. Longston,
preparatory to
installing
two
more boilers with which to furnish
steam for the engines. It is under­
stood that this will do away with the
tlie necessity for using a blower for
a forced draught and that “ black
s l o w ” will not be so plentiful on
First street after the improvement
aie completed, for which let all give
tbaukB.
Crescent Ranges at Anderson’s.
'Marne Corn
Grown in the Uplands
c f Northern Maine
WANT COLUMN
RATES: One cent a word, each in­
sertion. No charge less than 15 cents.
OLD NEWSPAPERS—Cheap at the
Herald office.
WANTED—Clean cottou
the Herald ..ffioe.
[j W c LLM m N means QUALITY FOOD
Fruits, vegetables, sea food, coffee,
teas, many package grò eri«»
"D elicious thin*« foe your table
Com e under the Wellman label"
At your grocers — if not, send us
»' his name — we’ ll sei you get it —
B and v, i I mail you a beautiful
■ recipe 1 ooklet.
' l WZLUIAÌf, PECI 1 C3., San Franti. : j Ì
' Vv „.rv
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Nosier A. Norton
D IS T R IB U T O R S
rags at
FURNISHED HOUSE OR ROOMS
WANTED—Suitable for a family
of three. Inquire at Tbe Herald
office.
FOR SALE—S-ven herd of cows,
10 bead yearlings, 14 spring
calves C. S. Edwards, Riverton,
Oregon.
7-l-2tp
FARM FOR S A L E -1 1 0 acres bot­
tom, 35 acres iD cultivation, bal­
ance in grass. Ten graded cows,
3 young horses, all farm imple­
ments. Price $9,000. $9.000 cash
imlance long turns, 7 per cent,
It quire B Folsom.
6-24-tf
Vice-President O’Brien Visits
Curry Co. Mines
Sunday’s Game
Coquille landed on Poland for
15 hits Sunday and easily defeated
the Myrtle Point team by a score of
9 to 2.
An attendence ol about
300 witnessed the game which was
a very interesting one despite the
one sided ssore
Poland tossed the
entire niue innings for the visitors
on account ol Cooper, their regular
heaver, being laid up with a sore
wing, hut his efforts were no mys­
tery to the local stickers who slam
med him rather hard. Collier twir­
led six innings lor the home team
and his speed was dazzling
Not
only did he put it all over his op-
ponets but he also battered up Bill
Edwards so that he had to retire
with a badly swollen mitt.
In the six inning Collier retired
in favor of Osburn whom the fans
wished to see work and that artist
gave an exhibition of bis skill that
was pleasing to the onlookers and
showed them that he has a lot of
cunning stowed away in his system.
The features of the game were
Collier’s and Ausburn’s pitching
and the hitting ot the entire team.
Coquille goes to Masshfield next
Sunday.
Bandon defeated Marshfield 2 to
o and lost the game to North Bend
6 to 2 Have not heard at the pre­
sent writing whether Stadridge the
losing pitcher has been whipped or
not.
Miely who has been working for
Coquille as extra pitcher went to
Bandon and walked for that team
agaiuat Marshfield and shut them
out. This may cause Marshfield to
protest the game on tbe grounds
that Aliely had not beeu released.
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Three Great Pictures
A T T H E S C E N IC
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Tuesday, July 15
Married
La FAW -RU SSEL— In Coquille,
Oregon, July 10, 1913, George i
La Faw, of Portland, and Edna
May Russel, ol Bandon, Justice
ot the Peace J. J Stanley officiat­
ing.
MASCUS-ANDERSON — In Co- j
quille, Oregon, July 7, 1913,;
Fred Mascus and Iuez L. Ander- ]
sou, both ot North Bend, Rev.
C. H. Cleaves officiating.
“ T h e G u id in g L i g h t ”
A beautiful two-reel story by the Lubin Co.
Wednesday, July 16
“P I C K W I C K ”
Great two-reel Vitagraph version of Dickens’ fa­
mous story, featuring JOHN BUNNY
Thursday, July 17
“ F a l s e t o T h e ir T r u s t ”
The seventh story of “ What Happened to Mary”
Other Good pictureseach night
L
M URPHY-CROSBY— In Coquille,
ADMISSION
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5c and 10c f l
Oregon, July 7, 19131 Warren
M Murphy and Maud Crosby, j
both of North Bend, Rev. Cleaves
Murgaret Wolverton in the Fourth quired to obtam a final decision
officiating.
Methodist church last eveuiug by of the
cases in the
United
Official Schedule For
Rev. C. E Winning
Both bride States Supreme court, aud if the de-
The Seaon's Base Bal and groom are past the sixty mark cision of the lower court is sustained
and both have tried sailing on the legislative action will then be neces­
sary for the disposal of tbe lands.
matrimonial seas previously.
STANDING OK THE CLUBS
The auditorium of the church Money for alleged preferred rights,
P w L Pet.
Bandon
6
1
833 was patriotically deeoratically dec­ in the opiuiou^of Reed, will he a
5
North Bend
7
5 2 814 orated in the natioual colors for tbe total loss to purchasers.
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Coquille
6
4
333 occasion. Flags and streamers in
2
Fish and Game Laws
Marshfield
6
333 profusion covered the walls. The
2 , 4
Woman’s
Relief
Corps
and
the
mem­
Myrtle Point
1
4
5
200
Fish and game laws of the state
bers of the local O. A. R. attended
of
Oregon have been compiled into
the ceremony in a body. The couple
BASE H ITS
May 25th
a
book
of 198 pages, by William L.
will make their home in this city at
Bill Edwards caught a nice game
At Marshfield— Bimdon.
Finley, Stite Fish and Game VVar-
938
9
St.
handling OollierB slants in big league
Bandon wins, 6 to 1
! den, and they are uow ready for dis-
fashion, but had to retire in the 5tb
At North Bend— Coquille and
tributirn throughout the stale.
Such is Law
owing to a badly brtiised hand. He Myrtle Point.
About one half of the hook is confin­
North Bend beats Coquille 2 to i
promises a lot of strength to the
The law sometimes makes queer ed to the laws for the protection of
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Myrtle Point 7-4
team in that position and will be
Just what is lawful
blunders. One day last mouth two foo.d fish
there with bells on next Sunday.
June 1st
men were put on trial io a New and what is unlawful are clearly de­
Bertucy whom Coquille released
At Bandon— North BeDd.
York City court, charge! with hav­ fined. Mr. Finley desires to get
Bandon wins 5 to 2.
has signed up with Myrtle Point
ing committed an assault with a the books distributed among the
At Coquille— Myrtle Point and
and caught for that team in the
club upon a tailor who refused to tbe sporting goods stores, gun clubs
Marshfield
Sunday game.
go on strike with his fellows. When and angling clubs as soon as possi­
Coquille beats Myrtle Point 10 to 0.
Oerdingand Howell collided while
tbe case was railed the prosecuting ble. Copies of the booklets may be
Marshfield forfeits to Coquille.
trying for a ball that either could
officer moved the discharge of one had by writing or calling at the
June 8th
have gotten, causing the ball to fall
of there two prisoners on the ground office of Mr. Finely, 808 Yeon build­
At Myrtle Point— Bandon and Co­
safe. Some one should have run
that the was no evidence against him. ing, Portland, Oregon.
quille.
out and coached the play for it al­
As soon as he was discharged, he
Bandon beats Myrle Point 3 tol .
lowed a score to come io later in
CURRY COUNTY CULLINGS
Myrtle Point heats Coquille 13 to 10. was placed on the stand, and testi­
the game.
(From the Port Orford Tribune)
fied that the other prisoner could
At Marshfield—North Bend.
Strain headed off a drive back of
Miss Lusk departed Saturday for
not have committed the assualt, be­
Marshfield wins 10 to 3.
second that was labled “ base hit”
her
home at Myrtle Point, having
cause
he
himself
had
committed
it.
June 15th
but made a wild peg to first and
At Bandon— Coquille and Myrtle The other mao accordingly went finished her term of school at the
the runner was safe.
Anyway it
free, and the Constitution of the Ferry,
PoiDt.
was a beautiful toy and pleased tbe
United States does not permit a
Many changes have been made
Bandon beats Coquille 1 to 0.
fans.
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Mprtle Point 11 to 8. second prosecution of the i i i i d who in the county road between Lang-
Besides pitching a masterful game
At North Bend— Marshfield, two confessed he was guilty.— The lois and Bandon during the past
Collier slammed out two three bug games.
Youth’s Companion.
year, and that road uow presents a
gers and a single and is batting over
North Bend wins 9 to 1.
much improved appearance.
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” 5 to 3.
400. Some striking for a pitcher.
No Preferred Right
Louie Marsh came into town Sat-
Mike Piper played the difficult
June 22nd
urtay from his home on Elk river.
In order, be said to frustrate
At Myrtle Point— Marshfield and
corner like a “Collius" and bumped
It is the young man’s first visit to
schemes of unscrupulous land ageuts
Poland for two two base hits and a North Bend.
this place since bis late protracted
who are selling preferred rights to
At Coquille— Bandon.
single. This kid gets the ball away
illness, however he is looking hale
laod within the forfeited California and hearty, and is fast regaining
like a flash.
June 29th
OerdiDg heat out a couple o f in
At Marshfield— Myrtle PoiDt and & Oregon Railroad grant, Senator hie former robust strength.
Chamberlain at Washington on the
field bits and ran the bases like a Coquille.
Much of the 1913 wool clip of
deer. It takes fast fielding and sure
Marshfield ties Myrtle Point 1 to 1. 2nd had rend in the Senate and Curry county has been contracted
Marshfield beats Coquille 7 to 3.
printed in the record, a letter from for sale at 16c; with the growers to
pegging to nail this lad at first.
have the benefit of any raise in the
At North Bend— Bandon.
United States Attorney Reed, stat­
Bruce Johnson met with an ac­
market between now and the tim«
North
Bend
beats
Bandon
7
to
4.
ing that no preferred rights exiBt to the wool is
cident Friday that cost him a finger
delivered. Others,
July 6th
these lands in tbe present status of however, are holding for 20c fiat,
and also the team his services for
At Coquille— Bandon and North the suits. Two years will be re- and believe that they will get it.
the rest of the seasoD. His hitting
has been a feature of the teams Bend.
At Myrtle Point— Marshfield.
playing this summer and he will
certainly be missed.
After a long lay off with a broken
arm “Spike” Leslie broke into the
game Sunday and played a nice
game. Mgr. Lorenz expects great
work from this youth.
“ Tamp Ausburn" joined the team
this week and moved his family to
this place. Coquille ie fortunate in
securing the services of this player
for it gives the home team the
strongest pitching staff in tbe league
and the people who like to see the
team win should losseD up and give
them tbe support it takes to finance
a winner.
Howell got two singles Sunday
aDd gobbled two high flies.
His
stick work is improving.
(Gold Beach Globe)
Last week our town and Curry
couuty was visited by at least one
distinguished visitor.
Vice-Presi­
dent O’ Brein of the Southern Paci­
fic, accompanied by two other
gentlemen, mining engineers, came
in by auto from Medford and paid
a visit to the Wooley mine a few
miles above Agness.
Just what
significance can be attached to Mr.
O ’ Brien’s visit is all conjecture at
this time but it goes without saying
that there are workings in the inner
railroad circles that the public at
large knows nothing of.
Ih is
visit to the Agness copper belt by
one ot the higher ups of the S. P.
Sammy Tuttle nicked the horse-
system immediately after the an­
nouncement that the Southern hide for a long drive and hit the
Pacific had appropriated funds to dirt going to second like a “ Ty
to build the road from Eureka, Cal , Cobb.” Sammy relieved Edwards
to Gold Beach, Ore , and that the behind the bat when the latter was
road would either be built north to injured aDd played a classy game.
Marshfield or up the Rogue to He playe aqy old position and plays
to connect with the Portland line, it well and goes about his work
looks as though the Rogue river without a murmur.
Tip O ’Niel played center for Ban-
route is favored above the northern
route. If there is no rail road im- doo and won tbe game for them by
jiortance attached to the visit of a homer over the feDce.
Nick Lorenz was back in his old
these gentlemen then it must be
that the Agness mineral belt has position at second and showed up
He landed
received a great deal more consider­ with a lot of pepper.
bard
ou
the
hall
but
always
hit it in
ation from the monied men than
any one in this neck ot the woods some ones hands.
knows of. T o say the least, Curry
The Coquille team looks stronger
is under the lime light, on the eve at the present time than ever before
of great developments and it be­ and the fans should take interest
hooves every citizen of tht county enough in it to see it financed
to help the good cause along by through the season. It takes runnev
showing the stranger ever courtesy to run a ball team and we have ore
due him.
1 so let’s get together.
July 13th
At Bandon— Marshfield and North
Beod.
At Coquille— Myrtle PoiDt.
July 20th
At Marshfield— Coquille and Ban­
don.
At North Bend— Myrtle Point.
July 27th
At North Bend— Coquille
Marshfield.
At Myrtle Point— Bandon.
aDd
August 3rd
At Bandon—Coquille and Marsh­
field.
At Myrtle Point— North Bend.
August 10th
At Coquille—Marshfield and North
Bend.
At Bandon— Myrtle Point.
August 17th
At Myrtle Point—Coquille and
Bandon.
At Marshfield— North Bend.
August 24tb
At Marshfield — Coquille and Myr­
tle Point.
At North Bend— Bandon,
August 31st
At Bandon— North Bend.
At Coquille—Myrtle Point.
Wed at Chico
The Herald ia in receipt of a
marked copy of the Daily Tribune
of Chico, Cal., containing this item,
which will be of interest to some of
our readers:
Amid decorations of tne national
colors and under a canopy of red
white and blue streamers, Cbsrles
II. Lindsley wias married to Mrs.
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Announcement
Wells Fargo & Co., having moved their local
express office to the C. B. R. & E. depot, desire
to announce that arrangemants have been made
whereby free city delivery service will be given
their patrons. The W. H. Mansell Transfer Co.
will deliver express packages as far as the
county court house and to all business houses
and offices between the court house and the de­
pot, collecting the express charges on the same.
Parties within these limits desiring to send
packages may call up the depot or the W. H.
Mansell Transfer Co., and the packages will be
called for. Be sure to wrap and tie packages
securely and write the name o f shipper and con­
signee plainly.
Receipts will be mailed to
shipper.
W. L. Kolm, Agent
Phone 181