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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1913)
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A Herald want ad will find a
For f rices on New Crop G r a s s
Seeds iiquire at Knowlton’s Drug renter for your house, or a house
for jo u r renter.
Last Night'. Hold-up
CH A R TER
Ted Tozier and Carmel Saunders,
two yuuug men of this city are in
FIREPLACE HEATERS, Wood or Coal
serioua trouble today over a crime
As will be noted by the
HOT BLAST, Coal_____ _____________
which they are slleged to have com
No. 410, Wood or Coal, duplex grate ___
erroneous date line on the
mitted last night, and it is likely
WALDORF, Coal_______________ ;____
first^page of this issue, the
that another will find himself in
SPECIAL* OAK,.................. $7.76, »9.50,
catastrophe against which
BOX HEATERS, _____ _________ »8.00,
volved. As tbe story is told this
all printers try to guard has seven day winter schedule this
Record time was made the other morning these two held up a man
overtaken the Herald, and week, sailing from Msrsbfiebl next night in repairing some difficulty who had just come in from tne Wii
we “ forgot to chanbe the Saturday and every Saturday there at Myrtle Point which bad left ball lett & Burr camp and relieved bim
It eeeme that Saunders
the town without lights. A repair of $175.
date.” This issue should be after.
gang was sent from here in an au offered to steer bim to a resort and
field, shipped a ton of candy to tomobile and had tbe trouble all started with bim towatd tbe depot
September 23, 1913
Portland last week, and this rever fixed within 45 minutes from tbe On tbe way they were set upon by
two men who demanded their
sal of tbe usual course of trade time the complaint was made.
1« your b e e covered with
money. Tbe stranger put up a fight
speaks well for a growing Coos
pimple«, blotch«« or rath 1 Poor
but could get no help from Saund
condition o f your blood will
ers who kept out of it. The victim
cau«e the«« facial diaflgurementa
If the kind gentlemen who con day. Mr. Seugatackeu had in his
North Bend I mb a prospect of get
■t this season o f the year. A
was overpowered and bis money
tributed a sack of fine spuds to tbe pocket a copy of tbe first plat of
ting » firit-claa- hotel at last.
good medicine for your blood
taken. He came back and reported
will clear your complexion like
For your Fill Seeding get your editor’s commissary department
hi: lose to the nightwxtchman and
short time ago will come in and di bouse. This was placed on record
Seed« at Kuo« lion's Drug Store.
Of the many blood purifier«
Saunders and Tozier were rounded
W. T. Merchant, of Marshfield vulge who he was, we will give
we sell Rexall M ood Tab•
on the water front, showing tbe site up. Tbe money was found in To-
left are undoubtedly the most
was a visitor to this city yesterday. him credit on subseription, as per
effective. W e are familiar with
of tbe first store, afterwards M. zier’s sock. Tbe two were locked
J. E. Norton, of Nosier & Norton,
the formula o f this remedy and
up, one in the city jail and one at
If you are interested in Yellow
know what It will do. It puri
is off ou a busijK ss trip to San Fran
the court house, and it is likely that
fies and enriches the blood,
Crawford Peaches watch for the
on the north fork about two miles
the grand jury will get busy on from its mouth and across whose blindness for the past two years,
builds up the entire system and
shipment which will be received by
and the old couple have been taken
imparts a healthy color tocheeks
Automc bile service, auy time. T. Lyons k Jones on the incoming
A reward of ten cents will be their cases without delay. Consider laud the county wishes to put a
and lips. Sold with the Rexall
of by a grand daughter. Mrs.
A. Walker, call either phene.. Stand. Breakwater.
paid for every green top cream bot. able sympathy is being expresaeil wagon road.
guarantee. Per package, 30c.
Farmers Jt Merchants Bank.
Jcbnson had been sick for three
Mrs. E. Frances Mus.ck, who has tie returned to tne City Bakery. for the relatives of the young men.
months and confined to her bed for
Mr. aDd Mrs. Frank Morse visit been teaching a short term of school We need ’em bad.
J. N . J ac ob son .
about ten days. Besides her hus
ed at the home of L. A. Lawhuin, at on Coos river, was visiting friends
The Rexall Store
Tbe city council meeting last band Mrs. Johnson ¡eaves two
in towD over Sunday, being on her
Card of Thank.
We own soma of tbe finest improv evening was devoted mainly to daughter, Mrs. But worth,of Portland
Mrs. Ralph Nosier and little way back to Bridge, where she
ed farms in Minnesota, Wisconsin street matters and two contracts of and Mrs.A.E Johnson.cl Marshfield,
P rofessional Cards
daughter Frances start today for
The husband, sons and daughters and North Dakota that we can sell
resumes ebarga of the Farmers’ line
some importance were let
also four sons. Ira, William and
visit of a couple of weeks with central office.
o f the late Mrs. Frances Johnson on crop payments. If you want a
Russ, of Coquille and George, ol
P H Y S IC IA N S
home we will help yon. If you have
friends ut Gardiner.
John McGovern, a rigging man wish to express their appreciation
streets two blocks from First to Skamokowa. All were present at
The Drews singing and dancing at Smith-Powers camp No. 5 at Coal- oi the kindness of their friends and
farm which you wish to exchange for So ond, the LoLgston Construction the last excepting Mrs Butworth
DR. JAS. RICHMOND
act coming to the Scenic is first- edo, was almost instantly killed last neighbors at the time of tbe last
other land, we can use it. We also Co. bid $9383 and Wm Peart $7650 and George Johnson, who were
class Don’t miss it. 10c and 20c.
Tuesday by being struck by a log. illness, death and burial of tbe be have a new Btock of groceries and the latter getting tbe job.
both sick and unable to come The
A number of Socialists in the He was a member of the Marshfield loved wife and mother.
cbinaware, dry goods, hardware and
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg.
On ihe improvement of Moulton funeral was held Monday from tbe
millinery to exchange for farm land
Office PLone Main 211
county are registering ss Democrats, Aerie of Eagles and was buried un
Got H i. Buggy
or city property. W rite us for par street from Second street to the residence and interment was in tbe
for reasons which have not been der the auspices of that order.
ticulars. Information cheerfully giv bridge* Wm. Peart also took tbe Masonic cemetery.
Dr. C. W. ENDICOTT
en. Agents wanted.
Big Cines Kleine three-reel fea
contract with a bid of $1250 against
Lyons & Jones have Btill some of ture picture, ‘ The Miser’s Millions,
C. A. Berkins.
New Train Schedule
that of $1305 from tbe Longston
those California Sol ways, the best coming to the Scenic. Watch for
P. O. Box 12
St. Paul, Minn,
Office over First National Rank
Advertising in the Herald surely 9 23 9t
canning Peaches. Better get some the date.
Phone Main 431
Bv tbe new train schedule which
By request of Mrs. Emma Manpin
brings results. The ad., ‘Buggy
before they are all gone.
into effect on Sept. 14th, tbe
C. M. Manpin was placed on tbe
Hon. B. F. Jones, of Roseburg, whom disbarment proceedings have Wanted by T. S. Easton,’ must have
train runs to Beaver Hill on tbe
has admitted to his friends that he been started on the ground that be given him the pick of sll the old
The high kDoll on the south side
City Engineer Hobson filed s re morniDg southbound trip Mondays
A. J. SHERWOOD
will be a candidate before the pri was active in the deportation of tbe buggies in the county, judging by
and Thursdays. On these days it
A ttorney at L aw
port on tbe Second street improve
maries for the nomination for con I. W. W. anarchists, will have the the number of replies to one inser
is due from Marshfield at 9:47 and
First National Rank Ruilding
tion. He got one.’’
gressman from this district.
solid support of the Coos County
dirt used to fill in on C. snd Front of faulty places which had been leaves for Myrtle Point at 9:53 re
Knowlton’s Drug Store has re bar, as well as tbe local organiza
at the juoction of those two streets, pointed out to tbe contractors dur turning at 11:25 and leaving for
ceived a supply of New Crop Grass tion of the O. N. G.
L. J. LILJEQVIST
where it will perform a much more ing the progress of the work had Marshfield at 11:35. No change ia
Seeds, which is sold at lowest pos
A ttorney at L aw
We manufacture tbe standard □Beful function than at its old loca not been replaced or repaired, that made in the afternoon schedule.
First National Rank Ruilding
stituted by BarrowB «t Strang, to box prescribed and approved by tion.
Half a dozen teams with with one or two small exceptions
Jackson county has proved her
compel R H. Mast, as chairman of tbe state horticultural society, and scrapers are doing good work on quality of tbe concrete mixture is
progressiveness by voting $500,000
adopted by the State Legislature,
tbe school board, to sign warrants
good; and recommending that a
and until further notice will sell the project.
bonds for the construction of her
The esse of F. A. Stevens, the
for tbe purchase price of the new boxes in any qusnity ad the follow
Tbe Longston Construction Co. date be set and the contractors
North Bend job printer, against
A ttorney at L aw
school site, are resting quietly, no ing prices:
received laal week a concrete mixer notified to be present and go over
thus setting a good example for
C. A. Johnson, which wss tried in
8c for use in the street contract held tbe work with the street committee.
answer having yet been filed.
the Circuit court last week, resulted
7c by that firm. It has already seen
In tbe case in Circuit court last
The city attorney was instructed i d an instructed vrrdict for defend
C. A Pursley, who has been help
E. D. SPERRY
service in putting in the bulkhead to draw a resolution requiring prop
week wherein Geo. Watkins, the
ant. Stevens was trying to collect a
ing his brother, Frank C. Pursley
A ttornet and
at the east end of Front street. Tbe erty owners along First street
Marshfield attorney and humorist
in the Coquille Haberdashery dur
note for $100 given to Geo. Averill
C ounsellor at L aw
old plankiDg at that point has been to make connections with the
ing vacation, has returned to Milton, sued L. D. Kinney for $5000 for le
Office in Robinson Building
in payment for a stock subscription
Manager Wilson has secured a torn up, preparatory to filling.
sewer and make a cleanup of objec on a wildcat automobile tramway
Oregon, where he will attend Col gal services, the jury evidently took
The Cooe Bay Paying Co. finished tionable and unsanitary conditions
tbe view that Mr. Watkins' charge new attraction for the Scenic, and a
which Averill was promoting, and
W. C. CHASE
was one of his jokes, and judgment wrestling match will be pulled off tbe laying of concrete on Second now existing.
on which he fell down. He turned
Lyons & Jones will receive on
A ttorn Y at L aw
there next Saturday evening, be street Friday snd have moved their
for $571 was awarded.
the notea over to Stevens in pay
tbe Breakwater a shipment of Yel
A Nasty Mess Being Probed
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg
145 machinery to Marshfield.
C. J. Fuhrman and wife have re tween, “ Smiling
low Crawford Peaches from Port
ment of indebtedness, together with
turned from their visit to California pounds, light-weight champion of
some others of the same nature, the
C. R. BARROW
The grand jury is understood to
J. S. Lawrence has banded in his points, which they greatly enjoyed Germany, Jack White, 134 pounds,
makers of the notes refused to pay
A ttorney and C ounsellor at L aw
resignation as clerk of tbe mangled Mr. Fuhrman says that San Fran light-weight champion of Califor
Office Phone 335
The case of Andrew Heckela, which some Coquille boys and on tbe ground that they had received
This will be an exhibition
remains of tbe school board, but no cisco is a wonderful city, but other nia.
Residence Phone 346
which was up for yesterday, was young men, and perhaps some older, no consideration. Stevens had ob
best out of three falls,
action has been taken on the same. wise California did not make any
referred by Judge Coke to three are involved. I t seems that about tained judgment against two other
J. J. STANLEY
Mr Lawrence loves peace more than great hit with him, and be is more and the Police Gazette lules will referees before whom the matter
fair time two young girls of the parties, from juries, but in this case
Lovers of this branch oi
war, ar/^ the school scrap has evi than glad to be in Coquille again.
lower river, aged abont 18 and 14 Judge Coke instructed tbe jury to
athletics are premised a treat.
dently got onto his nerves
Manager Wilson bad the project-
It looks as
A large number of witmesses were respectively decided to forego tbe find for defendant
Don’ t miss it. See small bills later.
B. K. Leach came in from Roee- ng machine at the Scenic taken
on hand here and it would have paths of respectability and go the though Stevens might lose several
apart and thoroughly overhauled
burg Sunday and was before tbe
taken several days to try tbe esse pace. They visited different towns hundred dollars by allowing him
Girl is Some Hunter
last Thursday. As a result, and ow
grand jury yesterday. When seen ing to tbe fact that tbe juice did
There is a long docket yet to be of tbe valley and made themselves self, like Old D >g Tray, to be caught
in bad company.
on tbe street here y esterday morning not come on early enough to allow
A Gold Beach dispatch to the disposed of.
$100 Reward, $100
be he was accompanied by a mysterious of full adjustment before tbe show, Telegram says:
this paper will
The liquor case from Beaver Hill Coquille, they rented a room acd
T h e readers o f
to learn that there Is at least o m
tbe thing did some bucking during Stannard wa* somewhat taken
Licenses to W ed
roaded disease that science has been stranger. So far as beard from, no
against J. H. McCutcbeon, wherein commenced drumming tbe streets
the evening, but tbe audience took
able to cure In all its stages, and that Is
Catarrh. H a ll's Catarrh Cure Is the only insults nor indignities have been it good-naturedly.
he is charged with selling liquor to | Their boldness wss surprising, snd
And the ma
positive cure now know n to the medic . I
County Clerk Watson issued the fol
Fraternity. C atarrh being a constitutional offered to Leacb, and his alleged chine is working better tor the over walked Caterin Nodine, of Langlois. minors, wss on trial yesterday and and the makeup in which they ap-
disease, requires a constitutional treat
lowing marriage licenses during the
a sler.der young girl, who presented tbia morning. Mr. McCutcbeon was pt.are<i could leave no doubt in the week:
ment. H a ll's Catarrh Cure is taken In fear of violence was all nonsense
ternally, actin g d irectly upon the bloc 1
and mucous surfaces o f the system , there
I. Hacker, who arrived from Cali for bounty the skins of 17 wildcats on the stand this morning and gave min(j 0f a beholder as to their
The Coquille Mill and Merc. Co.
Hans C. Peterson sod Violet C.
by destroying the foundation o f the dis
It is said that a number Johnson.
ease. and giv in g the patient strength r,y call attention to the fact that they fornia and is visiting at the borne of killed by herself during the past ready and postive testimony for him- character.
building up the constitution and assisting
Tbe cats varied in self, but was convicted by tbe jury, of the would-be sports got mixed
nature in doing its work. The proprietors are better prepared than ever to his son-in-law, L H. Hazard, is con five months
John A. Sandman and Della
have so much faith in its curative pow supply apple, prune and tomato
Besides the Lescti matter, the ap wjjh them before their wild
templating moving tack here per size, some of them being very large
ers that they ofTer One Hundred D llari
Shipments made promptly
fo r any case that It fails to cure. Send boxes.
and resembling tbe lynx species grand jury has considerable busi- career was brought to a temporary
for list o f testimonials.
All orders will manently but has not fully decided
Address F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, Ohio. by rail or steamer.
Joseph Scbmedding and Kara
eD(] by their arreet The cider wa*
Bold by A l l Druggist--4. 75e.
to do so. Mr. Hacker was one of more than wildcats. Miss Nodine ness on hand.
Taka H all's Family Pills for constipation.
—Both Phones —
The court is busy this afternoon | lodged in jail and the younger was
tbe early residents of Marshfield,
Coquille Mill k Merc. Co and later lived here a number of and with tbe aid of a good dog has on a right-of-way case, between the p]tce(] ¡n charge of her mother,
Carl Zemmerman and Eva Pearl
years, and his many old acquaintan probably made a record that is un- tbe county and Huntley, who lives Several par ties including the girls, Chaneay.
Norman E. Johnson and Beatrice
have been called before the grand
ces are glad to see him again on eqnaled in Oregon as • deadly en
emy of these scourges.
jury, and there is little doubt that S. Smith,
startling developments are forth
“The Coming Race”
coming. It is said that a number
tbe young males of the commun-
Here Is the way papers will write j
ty have taken to tbe woods.
up weddings ten years hence: "T h e 1
As we go to press tbe word comes
Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson
have returned from an o u t i D g in of the death of Wm. Winsor, one
of Curry county’s earliest and most
California Solway Peaches for highly respected citizens,
passed away at North Bend, where
canning at Lrona & Jones.
The Breakwater will go on her he bad gone for medical assistance.
H N D E R S O f 'P S
Have» You O
Broken Out l
Ask Your Grocer for
RATES: One cent a word, each in bride looked very well in a traveling
sertion. No charge less than 15 cents.
t u n T O M 5 EUÍTED S0HCH» W HEAT
Nosier & Norton i
D W H IIIIT O H H
dress, but all eyes tentered on the
He wore a dark suit that
FOR S A L E -F u ll blood Jersey groom
9-18-t"f j fitted his form perfectly, and in his
cow J J . Stanley
dainty gloved hands he carried a
HOTEL FOR SALE —Completely small rose. His -lrley hair was
furnished, eighteen beds, good
location and always profitable. beautilully done, and a delicate odor
Ground 78 by 150 "feet
Large of hair oil of tbe best quality floated
basement, b <th room, electric down the aisle as he passed
C. C. E»Uud, Co- young people will miss him now that
9-16-tf be is married
He is loved by all
FARM FOR SALE— A bargain; 120, lor his many accomplishments, his
seres, 60 acres bottom, balance tender grace and his winning ways.
bench, all cleared, we,l improved The bride
a good , aUry
new house coetiDg $3000, neer
as bookkeeper, and the groom will
Price $10,500, easy
terms. B. Folsom.
8-26-tf miss none of tbe luxuries to which
he has been accustomed. A crowd
OLD NEWSPAPERS— Cheap at the
of pretty men saw him at tbe depot.
Get your butter wrapper* a t the
WANTED—Clean cottoo rage at
the Herald office.
V a u d e v ille
W . F. PETETT
D ie d
JOH NSON— In Coquille, Oregon,
September 21, 1913, Mrs Frances,
wife of Thomas N Johnson, aged
75 years, it month« and 21 days.
The deceased bad been a resident
of Coos county since 1871.
was born in New York, and came
with her parents to California in
1852. In 1857 she was married at
San Jose, Cal., to Thomas N. John
son, and they came to Coos county
in the year above given, settling on
Catching inlet, and later moving to
Sumner, where they lived until
1896. Alter a short stay at Coos
City, they moved to this place
where they have resided ever since.
Mr. Johnson has been helpless from
Singing and Dancing
WEDNESEAY AND THURSDAY
The satisfaction my work
is giving is the best
guarantee you can have
th a t you are taking no
chances when you come
to me for your glasses.
Give me a trial. In do
ing so you are protected
by a money back guaran
tee. Consultation and
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Slate Licensed Optician