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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1913)
L m i A Jo n es carry the Ball
b rand R ubber boot.
Have Y o u O
Broken Out i
State Evangelist W. T. Adams ex-
New G in g h a m , just arrived at pecte to begin a meeting at the
L y n n. Si done».
Christian Church, beginning No-
No old stock »' Cl ' g h n ro ’s Cush j vem btr the 15th
Grocery, in old city hull building.
Prices are at the lowest notch at
Dewitt R ogcis has bought a Cleghorn’s Cash Grocery, old city
ranch n e a r Prosper.
Automobile ser vice, any time T.
Mrs. Melvin Hayt' r, of Riverton,
A. Walker, call either phone. Stand. «as in the city today on a shopping
F a rm e rs & M t n h a n t a Bunk.
A rth u r EdingHon bus donated $25
There will he a matinee at the
to the maintenance fund of the i Scenic Saturday afternoon at 2:30.
Bandon p u b'ic library.
Every child whe attends will receive
Come and get prices at Clegborn h a present.
Cash Grocery, old city hall building.
Jo h n D. Goss, attorney for the
The front of the Coquille Hsber- Oregon and Wisconsin Tim ber com
1 dasherv has received a new coat of pany announces that bo will app eal
the road tax cases from Districts
Candy, C igars and tobacco at six and thirty to the Supreme C o u r t .
C leghorn’s Cush Grocery, old city
F ull line of g n oeries, flour and
feed at C leghorn’s Cash Grocery,
H E Shelle.v went ye.terday to old city Imli building.
Roll Anderson is now able to be
Myrtle P o in t where he will build a
store b u i'd in g for S| encer Sr Shelley. a b o u t the streets of Baudou without
If you are goiug to buy a R ubber 'assistance, and it is th o u g h t th a t he
Bo 't buv a pair of Ball brand at will soon be entirely recovered from
Lyons Si Jo u rs.
his injuries sustained in the logging
R obert Train has finished his job railroad wreck
of pile driv ing and tins dismantled
P ortlan d Semi-Weekly Journal
the driver. He is now finishing tho and Coquille Herald, both for $2.00
foundation for the sidewulk on Hall a year iu advance.
The lectures given at the C hrist
church by G. K. Barry, his sub
Remem ber the Hallowe’en C arni
val at the W. O. W. Hall next Sat ject beiug the history und teachings
urday evening. Admission and pro of the eight leading churches, are
very highly spoken of by those
Chas. Grider, who was in Coos who heard them.
with a W ild WeBt show this summer,
Have you seeD those new G in g
was bound over to the g rand jury at hams a t Lyons & J odos ? J u s t the
RoBeburg in $1000 bonds, on a th in g for school dresses, 10 c and
12^0 per yard.
charge of non-support.
Since our last issue, two old resi
The L ad ies’ aid of the M. E.
C hurch will hold a Food Sale at E . dents of Coos county have passed
H. K e rn ’s office Saturday morning away at Bandon.
The late J. W. Haramerberg, died at the age of 8 G. Thomas Coats
whoso wiil has been filed for probate, who suffered a stroke of paralysis
left an estate of about $ 20,000 in some time ago, was the victim of a
money and notes, to be divided second stroke which proved fatal.
am ong three brothers and sisters
Ali Zada, with his mysteries and
his Punch and Judy, entertained a
who reside in the East.
good house at the Scenic last night,
The b ridge at the junction of
and will hold the boards again to
F ir s t and Hall streets has been tem nig h t. A strong two-reel dram a by
porarily repaired by the laying of a the Essanay company will also be
covering of three-inch plank over shown, together with the P aths
the old plank. It is understood that Weekly.
A little knowledge is a dangerous
th at the perm anent im provem ent
th i n g —if her small brother possess
will go forward in the spring.
Take y o u r subscriptions for all es it.
magazines aud periodicals to F ol
There will be a matinee at the
som’s Confectionery. You will get Scenic Sunday afternoon at 2:30
the reg u lar publishers' rates, with
the benefit of any special offers,
and save the trouble and expense of
sending the money, w ith no risk of
The Annual Election dinner and
su p p er will bo served Election Day
Geo. Robison is making extensive at the W. O. W. Hall, i and made
im provements to the fron t of his aprons, fancy and art * o rk also for
store. The old frout has been torn sale th a t day. Come and select a
out and is being replaced by larg e Christm as gift.
panes of plate glass, set low and
with deep windows, giving a fine
place for the display of the varied
We manufacture the standard
stock carried at this store.
box prescribed and approved by
F red A. Walters and his company th e state horticultural society, and
of eight people, who have been play adopted by the State Legislature,
ing at the Bay and at Bandon, will and ud til fu r th e r notice will sell
open at the Scenio next Monday boxes in any qu au ity at the follow
evening for a week's en gagem eut ing prices:
A P P L E BOXES
They Will be seen in the latest and
P R U N E BOXES
beet comedies and dramas at popu
TOMATO B OXES
lar prices. The Marshfield papers
Mayor Jordan a Suicide
Charles E. Jordan, mayor of
Eastside comm itted suicide Sunday
night by drow ning himself and his
body was found Monday forenoon
iu Is th m u s inlet. T o e cause of his
rash act was worry over the disap
pearance of $3000 of the city funds,
which was recently found missing
when the city sale was opened by
a machinist after it had been found
impossible to open it by the com
bination. T h e money had been
placed in the safe by the city re
corder and was in the inside com
partment, to which the Mayor had
no key. N o one who knew Charley
Jordan, as has the writer, lor the
past thirty years, would suspect him
ol a dishonest act, aud not the
slightest suspicion has attached to
him in connection with the disap
pearance of the money; but it seems
that he had worried over the affair
until, with his nervous temperment,
the strain was more than he could
bear, and he took the short way
out of the trouble
He left a state
ment to the public, his will and a
brifef letter to his wife; also a note
telling where his body would be
H e was 69 years of age
and had been a resident of Coos
Bav since the early eighties and en
joyed the respect of all who knew
H. 0. ANDERSON ELECTED
AT WARM SCHOOL MEETING
SOME N E W PIC K LES
Sliced Sweet Pickles in Cans
15c, 2 for 25c—Very Fine; try them
Exercises Not Opened With
Prayer Though Preacher
Leads off Talkfest
At the special school meeting
held last F riday evening, H O.
AuderBou was elected director over
C. T. Skeels, by a vote of 161 to
140. 301 votes being caet by 299 vot
ers. An explanation of this mathe
matical p h en o n tn o n hue not, so far,
California Ripe Olive in Cans
15c—Equal to the 26c Goods
Heinz* Preserved Sweet Mixed Pickles in Bulk
20c ti Pint—35c a Quart
Dill Pickles in Mason Jars
Quart» 25c—Pints 15c, 2 for 25c
Sunny Monday Washing Machine
A Quick, Light, Running Washer that has
T h a t an intense interest was taken
in the election wag shown by the
won its way into thousands of homes by
fact th at the attendance was im
the thorough way it does the washing
mense. - The largest room in the
Heavy ball-bearing fly-wheel under the tub; highest grade
school building wss entirely too
construction throughuot; fully guaranteed against defects
small to hold the crowd, which
overflowed the hallway and stairs
A gent ™
aud those who expected to see“some
fu n ” were not at all dissappointed
at toe variety of entertainm eut af
The meeting was called to order
by Chairman Mast at 8 o’clock.
W hen nominations were called for
the name of H. O. Anderson was
placed before the meeting by N.
Lorenz, who made no attem p t at
The Rexall Store
F. H. Adams then got
the floor and nonnnaU d C.T. Skt els.
He recommended Mr. ¡-keels as one
whose position on the question
now has the district all split
P H Y S IC IA N S
up the back was oue of a “ good
Day service was inaugu rated by loser,” (be plain intimation being
DR. JAS. RICHMOND
the Oregon Power Company yester th a t the district had made a bad
day, and the juice was turned on bargain in the purchase of a school
Is willing to wait on and give you service every
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg.
T he crew of men who site, but the proper th in g to do now
Office Phone Main 211
h o u r of the Day or N ight between you and your
have been rebuilding the system was to carry out the bargain w ith
here will now go to Myrtle Point out squealing.
Baker — Butcher - Fire Department
Dr. C. IN. ENDICOTT
and make the changes necessary for considerable familiarity with the
Doctor — Grocer - Police Department
the instaling of the day service, af vocabulary of the gambler, the
hundreds of your Friends? Of course it is the
Office over First National Bank
ter which the men will come back speaker also drew illustrations from
Phone Main 431
T E L E P H O N E
and finish the rebuilding of the sys the case of the man who gets the
tem all over this city
T h e work short end of a horse-trade. He also
If you have Done already, let us instal one for you and see bow
much better and Hafer you will feel
being done here i; of the most sub pointed out th at Mr Skeels was in
will be pupplied by our local manager
A. J. SHERWOOD
harm ony with the “Oregon S ystem ’’
for labor alone has been about in th a t he intended to abide by the
A ttorney at L aw
Coos B ay Home Telephone Co.
First National Bank Building
$1600 for the last m onth.
The will of the people as expressed at
whole plant and plan is being work the election in which the purchase
ed out to give the best possible of a certain tract was authorized.
L. J. LILJEQVIST
T o guard against inter The speaker was allowed to finish
A ttouney at L aw
nation of Mr. Skeels in a few re in the arena, the b u rn in g of Rome,
ruptions, two complete sets of e n his remarks without interference.
Firht National Bank Building
marks in which the American flag the miserable death of Nero, an d
gines and generators have been put
all those features of the story which
in, so that in case of trouble with nized by the chair and proceeded occupied quite a prom inent place.
T h e real business of tbe evening take such a hold of the reader. T h e
one engine or generator the other to second the nomination of Mr.
may be put into service in a few Anderson. He was allowed to p ro was reached abo ut 9 o ’clock and picture ru ns th ro u g h eigh t reels
A ttorney at L aw
T h e boilers are also in ceed about half a minute, when be the ballottiug commenced, and it and has been show n all over tbe
two banks so th at trouble in one b ro u g h t up the real issue, the was nearly midnight when tbe votes world. T h e expense of securing the
boiler will not necessitate the stop Bcbool site, and there is where he were all counted and tbe election picture for production in Coqnille
E. D. SPERRY
ping of the machinery.
Iu fact it d ropped a lighted match am ong the of H. O. Anderson was announced is large, but M anager Wilson only
asks th at the people give him a
would be h a rd to suggest anything fire works and they began to go
C ounsellor at L aw
Violated Liquor Law
reasonable assurance of th eir patro
th at Manager McKenna is leaving off with most edifying bangs aud
Office in Robinson Building
nage by bu y in g enough seats in ad
undone to give satisfaction to the fizzes. The word “ site” was hardly
Capt. Ja c k Hamilton, of the G a s vance to show their ioterest.
public. H e is making friends for given time to wing its way across
oline L au n ch Klamath, plead guilty served seats are now on sale at
W. C. CHASE
bis com pany and himself on every the circum abient sir to the waiting
to a violation of the Local Option
A ttorny at L aw
ears of the multitude before Mr. Laws at B rookm gs last Friday, and F u h t m a n ’s an d those w ho wish to
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg
Adams launched a “call to o rder” Justice BeDham fiined him $200 and see the greatest teature picture in
Club Cafe Changes Hands on
the world are urged to b uy their
the g ro u n d th a t the purpose of costs. Deputy P rosecuting Attorney
C. R. BARROW
seats early, for unless the sale shows
A ttorney and C ounsellor at L aw
T he Club Cale has changed hands the meeting was to elect a school W. H . Meredith and Sheriff C H a prospect of reasonable re tu rn s the
Office Phone 335
A. B. Donaldson having sold out d irector and no other issue could Bailey had made a hurried trip to picture will not be show n in
After a that p a rt of the county on a tele-
Residence Phone 346
to E C. Peachey and N at Elliott, properly be bro u g h up.
this city. T h e price is only 25 cents,
and the new proprietors took posses few minutes of enteitaining confu phone call from the local authorities which is the lowest possible figure
J. J. STANLEY
sion Monday morning. Mr. Peachey sion, the chairman ruled th at Mr. there and the P rosecuting Attorney and much less than has been asked
acting as cook at Hammond could go on with his ro - found plenty of evidence against in the larger cities. It is to be hoped
speak well of their work.
the S koo kutn for the p . s t four marks, which he attem pted to do the defendent, whereupon he filed th at Coquille will show a desire to
New Store Opened
A lo ng trench is being dug in
months, and those who have been Then A. T. Bolden came to the four separate charges against Ham have the best picture that is going
front of the Lorenz property on B
at that popular place know front with sn appeal from the de- ilton, and Sheriff Bailey b ro u g h t by m aking tbe advance sale large
W. E. Clegborn is now open lor
cision of the chair, b u t the chair him in on a W arran t charging him
street in an endeavor to locate the
business at his stand in the old city that he understan ds his business.
eno ugh to secure it. W atch for the
in nowise inclined to put with selling L iquor to a minot
latteral sewer so th at a connection
hall building at the corner of First Mr. Elliott is also a well-known
Mr. H am m ond at Upon tbe promise of the defendant
I t seem
W e o ffe r O ne H u n d re d D o llars R e may be made therewith.
and C streets. H e carries a full restaurant man and he will have
tem pted to proceed, but Mr. Bolden th at he would not hereafter violate
w a rd f o r a n y case of C a ta rrh th a t that an accurate map of the sewer
line of groceries, flour, leed, etc., charge ot the front of the house
c a n n o t b e c u re d b y H a ll’s C a ta rr h system recently installed m ight be
the local option laws of Curry
besides confectionery’, cigars and while Mr Peachey will attend to
We own soma of the finest im prov
of advantage in such cases, espec
T hey contemplate a ets and pinwheels went off in all county, RDd would assist the au th o r
F . J . C H E N E Y & CO.. Toledo. O.
Mr. Cleghorn is well the kitchen.
ed farms in Minnesota, Wisconsin
W e, th e u n d ersig n ed , h a v e k n ow n F. J.
ially on the paved streets
ities in getting evidence against and N orth D akota that we can sell
know n and has been identified with number of changes and im prove
C heney fo r th e la s t 15 y e ars, a n d believe
him p e rfe c tly h o n o ra b le In all business
The Coquille Mill and Merc. Co. his present line of business here for ments and propose to get their share floor, however, and when cries of o th ers supposed to be violating the on crop payments. If you want a
tra n s a c tio n s an d fin an cially ab le to c a rry
“ p u t him o u t ” became insistent law at Chetco, all charges b u t one home we will help yon. If you have
o u t a n y o b lig atio n s m ad e by h is firm.
call attention to the fact that they
the past ten years, h a v in g been of the transient as well as the regu
N A TIO N A L B A N K O F COMMERCE.
aie b etter prepared than ever to
h e stood his gro u n d manfully. were dismissed against Hamilton, a piece of city property o r a small
supply apple, prune and tomato with P. E Drane until the latter
J u s t as he declared, with great ear and he was fined as above stated farm which you wish to exchange for
H a ll's C a ta r rh C u re Is ta k e n In tern ally ,
boxes. Shipm ents made pn mptly sold bis store. W ith his experience
a c tin g d ire c tly upon th e blood an d m u
nestness, "You can’t p u t me out,” Deputy Prosecuting A tto r m y Mere other land, we can use it. W e also
cous su rfa c e s o f th e sy stem . T estim o n ials by rail or steamer.
All orders will j and popularity, he will undoubted-
have a new stock of groceries and
s e n t free. P rice 75 c e n ts p e r b o ttle. Sold
W. W. Gage, who holds the dith says he will g e t every bootleg
by all D ru g g ists.
receive immediate attention.
chiuaware, dry goods, hardware and
| ly get his share of the trade In
T a k e H a ll’s F a m ily P ills fo r co n s tip a tio n .
Coroner Wilson suggests that office of sheriff of Coos county in ger in Curry county if the local su m illin ery to exchange for farm land
—Both P h o n es —
th in gs eatable.
C quille Mill Si Merc Co. j
the H erald call attention to the spite of one Oswald West, was seen thorities will give him a little assist or city property. Write us for p ar
fact th at there is a law against the making bis wav quietly across the ance in getting evidence .—P o it Or- tic u lars. Information cheerfully giv
en. Agents wanted.
drin k in g of intoxicating liquors on floor, and Mr. BoldoD had a better 1 ford Tribuue.
C A. Berklus.
He sank into his seat
any boat or public conveyance in thought.
P. O. Box 12
St. Paul, Minn.
this state, ar allowing an intoxicat with a suddeuess th at was one of
9 23 9t
RATES: One cent a word, each in
sertion. No charge less than 15 cents. ed lady or gentleman to come most entertaining features of t h e :
“ Q u o Vadis” is without doubt
T h e pratice, which is evening, and Mr. Hammond took
H OU SE F O R R E N T — Newly paper rather comm on in this section, of up the thread of his discource, the greatest moving picture yet pro
ed 5 room cottage including 2 1-3
boarding the R iver or Bay passen having been holding onto this thread duce by any company in the world
bottom lots for garden, also barn.
T h is picture version of H enry
Price for all only $7; without ger boats in company with a jag with both hands duriDg the vaude
icz’ famous novel was
ch in c h . Look it over and call up and the coroner evidently does not row and S tran g site had not been made by the Cines com pany, and
3 X Farmers.
10-21 -2t fancy the task of handling the re passed by the voterB according to moie people were employed in m a k
C W I F T ’S PREMIUM HAMS are cured by a process that
sulting corpse after it has been in
makes it unnecessry and undesirable to parboil before
H E I F E R S FOR S A L E — H igh band the water a specified length of time. law; th at the people had no right ing it and more m oney spent in
broiling or frying. This ham will not be salty if parboiling is
of grade JerseysyeMrling paBt;eom-
to vote for the pan-base of the tract producing it th an any other picture
The satisfaction my work
omitted. Put the ham directly in the frying pan or the broiler
ing Fresh in the spring large and
T his is
at a certain price; that they could ever throw n on the screen
and it will retain the delightful
is giving is the best
thrifty from good cows, price o n ly
only vote for the purchase of the not “ adv ertising p a tt e r ,” but is the
guarantee you can have
$30. Address C A. P en d le v o n ,
that you are taking no
The circuit court sustained the tract and leave the price to be fixed real tact. Those who h ave not read
Coquille, or t’boDe 3X Farm ers'
10-21 2 t constitutionality of the 1903 Road betweeo the school board and the the novel know so m ething about it
chances when you come
found only in “ Swift’s Premium” Hams. We carry “ Swift’s
Tax law The Oregon and Wiscon owner«, and in event of dissagree- and know that it produced a great
to me for your glasses.
FARM FO R S A L E —A bargain; 120
Premium” Ham regularly because our trade demands the
sin Tim ber company th rou gh J. D. m ent the land could, be taken by sensation when it was published.
Give me a trial. In do
Best. Please try cooking “ Swift’s Premium” Ham without
He W ith the possible exception of Ben
ing so you are protected
freshening, and note its superior quality and flavor.
new house costing $3000, near while resieting the provisions of seconded Mr. A nderson’s nomina H u r , it is the greatest story ever
by a money back guaran
Price $10,500, easy the law
written of the earlv days of Chris
tee. Consultation and
terms. B. Folsom.
The county clerk has in structio ns | A. J. Sherwood also seconded Mr. tian ity . T h e picture follows tbe
OLD N E W S P A P E R S -C h e a p at the for those wishing to take a d v a n t a g e A nderso n’s nomination in a short story and tbe scenes are laid in
H erald office.
of the provisions of ths law an d up address which aroused no hostile Rome durin g the reign of Emperor
D IS T H IU rT O H S
Nero. It shows the persecution of
W A N T JED -C lean cotton rag s at i on application the same will be s e n t demonstration.
State Licensed Optician
R. H. Smith seconded the nomi- tbe early C hristians, their cruel tor-
th e Herald office.
la y o u r faca covered w ith
pim plea, blotchea o r raah ? P o o r
condition o f y o u r blood will
cause th ese facial disfigurem ents
a t th is seaso n o f th e year. A
good m edicine for your blood
will clear y o u r com plexion like
m ag ic.
Of th e m any blood purifiers
wo sell R e x a ll B lo o d T a b •
le ts a re u n d oubtedly th e m ost
effective. W e aro fam iliar w ith
th e form ula o f th is rem edy and
k n o w w h a t it w ill do. It puri
fiée a n d en riches th e blood,
build s u p th e entire system and
im p arts a h e a lth y color to cheeks
an d lips. S old w ith th e R exall
g u aran tee. P e r package, 50c.
I A Suggestion
Nosier & Norton
« H. O. ANDERSO N,
W . F. PETETT
W . F. PETETT