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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1913)
m e « t J a c k s o n s t Walla Walla, a n d
b*s a match with another pvcai-
nent w re s tle r at Spokane. Jackson
is the man that Ajax woo the coast
in Michigan before returning
Port Orford in the spriog.
(Continued from first page)
EVERY TUE 8 DAY
busiuess methods of telephone man
Entered as second claas matter May :
8 , 1905. at the poet office at Coquille, agement throughout the" country
Oregon, under act of Congress of March Since the telephone is practically a
m onopoly, and experience teaches
P. C. LEVAR, Lessee.
that more than one system in a
com m unity is a nuisance, it is
Devoted to the material and social
upbuilding of the Coquille Valley par strange that advocates ol govern-
ticularly and of Coos County generally. ment ownership have not frozen
Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance
tight to the telephone as a method
that is Ear more practicable in test
Phone Main 354.
ing their theories than would lie
Not Too Late Yet
railroad and telegraph management
A subscriber in sending in a re
A d exchange says:
“ A set of
mittance on subscription, encloses
the lines given below.
While too wooden pegs for use in rattling
late for the last issue before Thanks window panes is a most useful device
giving, the underlying sentiment to keep in the house,” and the
meets such hearty endorsement in question naturally arises: What in
this office that we are constrained to thunder does anybody want to rat
still use the verses, in the hope that tle bis window panes for?
some of our delinquent subscribers
will remember tnat “ Christmas is
coming and soon will be here,” snd
will help us moke provisions for
something more turkey-like than
the 50 cent chicken over which wo
wera obliged to work up a Thanks
I W onder
I wonder if the editor
May his shadow ne’er grow thinner
Will have mince pie and Turkey
For his Thanksgiving dinner.
I wonder if, like some we know,
He lives beyond his means,
Or if, like us, he’s thankful
For apple-sauce and tieana.
I wonder if, like most of us.
He cannot pay his due
And the prospect at Thanksgiving
Makes him feel rather blue.
I wonder if a few of us
Will pay up what we can;
’ Twill make Thanksgiving real
To the patient printerman.
Services Suudat at 1 1 a . m and
is 7:30 p. m.
the couple will visit their old home
P R E S B Y T E R I A N ( H I R t'H .
accompaoi‘-d by Mrs.
T h e C o q u ille H e ra ld FROM THE NATIONAL CAPITAL
Sheriffs Sale W Real Property as Fartdasart
SUNDAY SERVII) S IN
COQUILLE CHURCHES o f an execution duly issued that out by o virtue
f the ,
a t 10 a in.
Frank I i. A dam s Paster
N. L Ckurcb
Sunday school at to a. m
Preaching at 11 a m.and 7:30 p.m
(G old Beach G lobe)
Prayer meeting Thursdays at
Miss Edith Lusk has about recov 7:30 p m. C H . B r y a n , Pastor.
ered from the measles and will re
sume her place in the school room
Chrishaa Scirtur Society
next week, notwithstanding all re
Corner Third sd I Hall streets.
Services at 11 a m next Sunday
ports to the contrary.
Subject 1 »son sermon, “ G od, tb<
The High School District Board
Only Cause and Creator.”
met last Saturday and levied a tax
Sunday School 10 a. m
upon all property of the district o f
Wednesday evening meeting 8 :90
seven tenths o f one mill. This will
raise almost $1000.00 for the High
*. L Ckarch Sostk
school for the ensuing year.
Sunday school at to. a m.
Preaching Sunday , , a. m. and
Mr and Mrs. R I Helm harvest
ed a crop o f wild honey Friday. 7*3^
hpw otth League at 6:45 p m.
The busy little bees made a number
Prayer meeting Wed 7:30 a m.
o f pointed remarks directed mostly
Choir practice Thurs. 7:30 a. m.
at Mr. Helm which has left him in
A . T h u MAS, Pastor.
a very sober and thoughtful frame
st m u e h m s i o p i i
I of mind.
ST. JAMES El ISCOPAL.
Services first and third Sundays
Fishtrap and Vicinity
of each month
every Sunday at 10 a. m.
Yow are bvaitlly w tl« «> .
The Ladies Aid of this place met
at the home of Mrs. HeoDiger last
Fri ,ay for work- aew' DK fo* Mrs
Pl7,er bwn* ‘ he occupation for the
Miss Ethel Taylor, o f this place
is now employed in the home of
CHURCH OF C HRIST.
Bible school at 10 a m.
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p Juj.
Prayer meeting at 7:30 p.m . each
Preaching at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30.
You are cordially invited to
S U G G E S T I O N S
F o r L ad ies
M AXI0URE SETS
TRI ’LE MIRRORS
Make your selections while t .e ■ Ijcting is good
1 Notice is hereby given that Moon A
KNOW'LTON’S DRU(i STORE
Barclay, Contractors, have comphted
j their work on improvement of that por-
| tion of the Middle Fork-Douglae County
Louis Pinkston and James Robi-1
! Line Load between stations 85 and 123
| plus 30, aod that the County Road >ia?
son went down to Pinkston Laird’s
T. B. McDonald, Minister ter has filed his certificate of completion
place aod brought up bis herd of
of said work done on such improve
| meet, anfi any person, firm or corp »ra
dairy cows, which they purchased
j tion having objections to file to the ac
some time sgo. They contemplate
j ceptance of the completion of such w> rk
engaging in the d a iry in g business
Notice is hereb,. given that any per- | may do so within two weeks from thi
I date of the first publication of this no
rather extensively the com ing Hum- *°n or persons who shall deposit in any tice, to-wit: from the 18th day of No
mer intending to milk 55 or 60 ! o f th^ wate™ o f ‘ ^e Coquille Rh
1913, objections to be in urit*
any place where high water will float i vember,
ing and to be tiled in the office of Conn-
it into the River,any sawdust, shavings, |ty Clerk.
lumtier waste or slashings of trees, or
Mr. an<i Mrs. Tenn Robison and brush, will lie prosecuted for such of | Dated at Coquille. Coos County, Ore*
Ron, this 17th dav of November. 1913
family aud Mr aud Mrs Ithamer fense under , and-in .• accordance with
, co the ,
D . .
provisions of sections 42 and 52 of ll-18-3t
Kobison took Thanksgiving dinner Chapter 232 of the General Laws of
Mrs. Beulah Jenkins o f Rincb creek.
F o r G e n tle m e n
Notice of Coapletioa of Improve oteot
Oregon of 1913; all person owning land
; upon which are slashings or waste tim-
Notice to Contractors
Miss Ethel Taylor was home over her of any kind are required at their
peril to see that such waste is not floated
Oh! You H ave Such
hereby given that sealed
Sunday, coming up Saturday a n d into the River.
bids will be received for the improve
Beautiful Hair! returning Monday.
This notice is given pursuant to order ment of that portion of the Four-Mile
of ' the Board o f C
Commissions of the County Road No. 596, described a* fol
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller Sr., Port of Bandon.
What a pleasant thing to have said
lows ¡commencing at station 0 plus 0 and
J. E. M orton ,
to you! And why shouldn’t it tie? You Miss Grace Miller and J
ending at station 23 plus 92 on said road
by grading a road way thereon according
are ashamed of the dull, lifeless,stringy spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and
to the plans and specifications on file in
appearance o f your
Harmony Mrs M F. CiintoD.
the office of the County Clerk.
Hair Beautifier, and let others envy
The County Court reserves the right
Notice of Final Settlement
Mr. and Mrs Louis Pinkston aud
This delightful liquid seems to polish family also spent Thanksgiving
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and brighten the hair, giving it that
... .. .
Notice is hereby given that the under-
burnished, lustrous look you have so witb their daughter, Mrs Jam>-s ; signed has filed his final account in the
often wished it might have, adding to Robinson
matter of the administration of the
its softness, making it easier to put up
Estate o f Ole Samuelson, deceased, and
and “ stay put” —making it more attrac
Mrs. J B Larue will leave about that the County Court for Coos County,
tive and beautiful in every way.
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Oregon,has set the 24th dav of Decem-
overcomes the unpleasant, oily smell of tbe middle o ft h e month for Los ber,1913, as the day and the County Court
your hair, leaving a dainty, rich rose Angeles, C alif, to visit with her j Room at the County Court House, Co-
perfume that will delight you and those
? uiile, Coos County, Oregon as the place
around you. Very easy to apply—sim daughter for several weeks.
or hearing objections to said final ac
ply sprinkle a little on your hair each
Miss Hazel Radabaugh came up count and the settlement of said estate.
time before brushing. Contains no oil;
Dated this 24th day of November,
will not change the color of hair, nor from C oquille Wednesday and re 1913.
darken gray hair.
mained home several days owing
To keep hair and scalp dandruff-free
Executor of the estate and of the
and clean, use Harmony Shampoo. This to the school Eieing closed over last Will and Testement of Ole Samuel
Again open under
pure liquid Shampoo gives an instanta Thanksgiving.
Quite a number of son, deceased.
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neous rich lather that immediately pen
etrates to every part of hair and scalp, the young people spent Sunday
Notice of Completion of Improvement
insuring a quick, thorough cleansing. with ber, viz Misses Ethel and Stel
Washed off just as quickly, the entire
Give us a call
operation takes only a few moments. la Taylor, Grace Miller, Bob Miller
Notice is hereby given that Alex Sny
Can’ t harm the hair; leaves no harsh and Corliett Robison.
der, contractor, has completed his work j
ness or stickiness—just a sweet clean
on improvement of Beaver Pond Gulch ,
Mrs. J. B Larue took Thanks Sc Hall’s Prairie Landing Road in Die-,
Both preparations come in odd
trict No. 25, epecial improvement, and
shaped, very ornamental bottles, with giving dinner with Mrs. J. W. that the County Road Master has filed J
sprinkler tops. Harmony Hair Beauti- Meadows.
hie certificate of completion of said
fier, $1.00. Harmony Shampoo, 50c.
.work-lone m stMSftl hppW f t i t , and
Mrs. Plyler and daughter Mise any person, firm or corporation having
Both guaranteed to satisfy you in ev
ery way, or your money back. Sold in Eveline, spent Tbsnksgiviug with objections to file to the acceptance of
this community only at our store—The
e completion of Buch work may do so
Rexall Store—one o f the more than Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H am tn iogfou, within two weeks from the date of the
7,000 leading drug stores in the United Mrs Plyler returning Friday morn-
PaWi^Ron of this nolicj. to wit ;
States, Canada and Great Britain,
from the 18th day of November, 1913,
which own the big Harmony laborato- tog, while Miss Eveline remained objections to be in writing and to he
ries in Boston, where the many cele until Saturday a m.
filed in the office of County Clerk.
brated Harmony Perfumes and Toilet
Dated at Coquille, Coos County, Ore-
Preparations are made.
Miss Belva Pingston, who is at gon, this 17th dsv ol November, 1913.
Pharmacy, Coquille, Oregon
tending school st Coquille, was ll-18-3t
CURRY COUNTY CULL1NGS
Notice of f.-mpletion of Improvement
Make This An
with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish.
A Coffee Percolator, Chafing Dish,
Toaster or Stove Makes
an Ideal Gift
OREGON POWER CO
ONE GOOD ROADS PLAN
One of the plans to be submitted
to the good roa is meeting to lie
held here today comes from Temnile
and is being advocated by Cbas.
St Dennis of that community, who
went to Btndon to try and line the
people there in favor of the pi in
The plan is to expend $110,000 for
the 13 miles of road between Ban-
don #nd the curiy couD ty line,$150,-
000 for a road from G ssglow , up
Haynes inlet to Lakeside a distance
of 20 miles, and $160,000 for a ro id
between Myrtle Point and Msish-
(From the Port Orford Tribune)
field. There would remain from a
The telephone crew who has b-eo
bond issue as proposed $ 20,000 snd as far south as Gold Beach repair
this eonld lie held as a fund to in g the long distance line, were in
apply where roads are necessary. town over .Saturday night on their
It would seem that this might be return north, having
a good solution of the problem of ( their work
making a plan on which the people !
The coldest storm o f the season
o f the whole county could unite J visited this section during the latter
The three p ces of road named . part of last week. It put a lot of
yvould tie three important links in snow in the mountains which is
Quite a number of Fishtrap peo
ple were shopping in Coquille, Sat
urday. among whom we will men
tion Mr. Frenk Miller, Sr., Nile
Miller, Geo. Robison, Mr W. Ham
mock and son Emmett, Bob Miller
and Mrs. J. H. Radabaugh.
Notice is hereby given that N P.
Nelson, contractor, has completed his
work on improvement o f constructing j
a scow and skiff for the Riverton Ferry, j
at Riverton, Coos County, Oregon, and
that the County Road Master has filed
his certificate of completion o f said
work done on such improvement, and
any person, firm or corporation having
objections to file to the acceptance of
the completion of such work may do so|
Mrs. E E Hampton of near Ara- within two weeks from the date of the
go, has been very ill but is now first publication of this notice, to-wit:
from the 1*th dfty o f November, 1913,
very much improved.
objections to be in writing and to tie
in the office o f County Clerk.
N U F SED.
any system of highways that may be con#iliere^ a gO0f) beginning for a
Dated at Coquille, Coos County. Ore- j
gon, this 17th day o f November, 1913. j
planned, and none of the money bard winier
would be wanted
It might be sug
Myrtle Point Pointers
Mr. Jewett snd family, who have
gested that the stretch from Myrtle beeu running the hotel at Wedder-
P' int to Bridge should be included burn for the past several months,
R. C. Dement esme home from affirmative on the question, ‘ Re
in the plan if this would not exceed , passed through Port Orford one bis place near Portland the ’26th solved that the President of the
|dsy last week on their way to Bau- to enjoy Thanksgiving with bis United Stales should be limited to
single term of six years
don, having given up the hotel.
The last Sent ititi ban a communi
Miss Josephine Haves entertained
Mr. and Mrs Max Dement visited
An addition has been built onto
cation from some one who «xpresscs
a number of her friends on Thanks
the opinion that the editor of the
giving eve It was an old ! isliioned
Herald is not much of an authority aawyer can work in the dry. As it | Z. Strang over Thursday. Max re-
That may be true, has been in the past it hai been i turned to Rural, while hi* wife re- candy pud an 1 passed off very
but we are enough of an engineer
to know that the eireumferenee of
even a pumpkin is not measured
lengthwise of the berry
we take no back seat as an agricul-
ural authority for any bay windowed
I ereil pusher who calls 250 bushels
ol cat rots, “ close to sixty bushels an
acte," a big yield for six aerea of
ground. Nor do we figure that
250 bushels of that fruit at $7 50 a
too would amouut to $1,875.
Circuit Court of the State o f Oregon, I
for the County of Coos and to me direct
ed on the 8 th day of November, 1*13,
upon a judgement and decree duly
rendered "lored of record and docket
ed in and Ly said Court on tlie 30th da t of
September. 1913 in a certain suit then
in said Court pending, wherein K tty
Perdue was plaintiff and Edw ard l er-
due, sometimes known and designated as
Arville Perdue and Mary J. Perdue, his
wife and Lucinda flutter, were defendants
in favor of plaintiff and against said le-
fendants by which execution I am c m-
manded to sell the property in said execu
tion and hereinafter descritied to pay ’.he
sum due the paintilf o f seven hunt ed
twenty-one and30-100 dollars, with in er-
est tliereon at the rate of seven percent,
per annum from the 30th day of Se :t.,
1913, until paid together with the c sts
and disbursements o f said suit taxe at
one hundred thirty-nine and 10 -l 00 dol srs
and costs and expenses of said execut on.
I will on Saturday the 20tk day of Dec m-
ber, 1913, at the’ hour of Ten o'clock A.
M. o f the said day at the front door of
the County Court House in Coqu le,
Cooa County, Oregon, sell at pe die
auction to the highest bidder for c ish
in hand on the day of sale, all the
Mary J. Perdue, his wife, and Luc: ida
Butler, and all persons claiming u: ier
them subsequent to the Plaint if’s
Mortage lien in. of and to said cal
Said mortgaged preir ses
hereinbefore mentioned are descr ied
in said execution as follows, to- it:
Lots Nine (9), Ten !10), Nineteen 19
and Twenty (20: in Block No. One 1)
in Industrial Addition to Bandon, l 00 s
Saia sale Eieing made subject to re
demption in the manner provided by
Dated this 14th day of November 1913.
W. W. G age .
Sheriff of Coos County, Oregon.
necessary to shut the mill down mained to have their oldest daughter
during the heaviest storms nd it I treated by Dr. Day for nervousness.
i« now the inteniion of the owners
Mra. M O
Sb mml er an,I two
to put in full time.
children returned via
M. Lutsey and Percy Zumwalt from a two month’s visit with b> r
started out last Wednesdav on a parents in Washington, last week.
wrestling tour throughout
the >o time for Thnnkegiving.
y ou r call with
Big Ben, he’ ll call you
on the dot at any time
And if you roll over and
try “ just-one-more-nap,”
he’ ll repeat his call 30 sec
onds later and keep on call
ing until you’ re wide
Chas Adams has his large buil *-
Big Ben stands 7 inches tall—
H e ’ s heavy, massive, handsome.
H e ’ s got a great, big dial you can
easily read in the dim moaning
light, a sunny deep toned voice
you’ ll hear distinctly on your sleep
' D(' moTe'Y onto the lot on
street, back of the pos-office.
l ’ ve placed him in the window
Look at him whenever vou go by
SheUy A Spencer are
their new etore well along.
There have bien twenty-seven
Northwest They expected to give
The try-out debate at the opera new Eiuildings, principally residen-
some exhibitions in Coos county on house by the Myrtle Point high ci s, 1 -uilt here this vrar
their way out.
Lutsey expteta to school team was decided by the
O R E G O N
t C O Q U IL L E ,
I DO YOU
Use your TELEPHONE to advantage?
I W H Y NOT?
I We houe toll stations in Coos and Curry Counties I
and connect with the Be'l system at Roseburg
I Coos Bay Home Telephone Co
It is cheaper to TALK than to TRAVEL.
Main Offii e
to reject any an 1 all bid* ami to award
the contract, to a balder not the lowest
should they dee.n it for the best inter-
Al! bids to be filed with the County
Clerk on nr before the 4th dav of De-
einb« r, 1913. at the hour o( 10 o’clock
O r e g o n A g r ic u ltu r a l
C o lle g e
Farmer’s W eek
Muralififld, Or* gon
A. M .; a eertifie I check for five ( 6 ) per
l ent, of the amount of bid to he depos
ited with the County Clerk with bid to
he forfeited to the County in case con
tract shall lie awarded and the contract
or shall fail, neglect or refuse fir s peri
od of five davs after such award is made
to enter into a contract and file his
tiond Pi the satisfact’on of the Countv
Court aa required hv liw.
Hated at the City of Ciapiille, Coos
County. Oregon, this 17th day of No
C n n r tv Clerk
December 8 to 13, 1913
Thi 3 will be a notable event in the i
educational history of Oregon.
Farmer’s Co-operation will be he i
leading topic of a stimulating serie s of :
The week will be crowd'd
with discussions, and demonstration; in 1
everything that makes for the welfare j
of the farmer and home-maker.
IT WILL MIKE YOU HAPPY
W inter Short Course
January 5 tc 30 1914
The College has spared no effort to
mak" .his thi most compl ite ¡her
course in its history.
A very wide
range of courses will be offered in j No need having piles any longer!
Genera] Agriculture, Horticulture. Ani No need of suffering another day!
mal Husbandry,Pairying,Poultry Keep Stearns' Pllo Remedy (complete with
ing, Mechanic Arts, Domestic Scie: ee tube) will help you or IT CO ST8
YO U N O T ONE C E N T-
and Art. Commerce, Forestry, ar.d
This remedy Is a combination of
Music. Numerous lectures and discus the lately discovered, high-priced Ad
sions on FARMERS’ CO-OPERATION, j renalin Chloride with other powerful
at home and abroad, will be a leading curative principles and IT STOPS
feature. Make this a pleasant and pro j T H E PILE PAIN IN ONE M IN U TE t
So sure are we that Stearns’ Pllo
fitable winter outing. No tuition. Ac Remedy will benefit you that wo
Reduced will REFUND YOUR MONEY If
you are not satisfied.
rates on all railroads.
This Is the only pile remedy that
H. M. TENNANT, Registrar,
we ran guarantee nnd we know you
Corvallis, Oregon. Will thank us for telling yon about It.
Farmers' Business Cources by Cor
We have the exclusive agency.
respondence without tuition.
B S. KNOW KTON