Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1914)
Get your little girl a Ram Cape at
Lyons and Jones
l ’rosecuting A.torney Liljeqvist
is tbe busiest am i iu town.
The new light draft boat Nikomis
is making weekly trip» fri ui Myrtle
Mi«s Nellie Dement, of Mirtle
C ircuit Court
Point, spent tbe week end with Go-
f f î j Ù M 'C f yf'C á -
quille r< lations.
The trial of Hill is Short, accused
Manager McKenna took tbe train by Game Warden Thom is of shoot
for Mynle Point this morning on ing ducks unlawfully ou Temni e
business for the Oregon Power C \ lakes, was postponed until April ‘23
/ fix y m
Tbe grand jury has sgain been
P o in t lo ( tr a v e l F o r d .
J. J. Stanley recently steppe I
called into action to dis|ose of a
c u t i Pi f i u l j z '
Ibis tenilory today, rustling busi toes, inadvertently, and thereby number of criminal cases wbicb have
recently bobbed up. Among those
f ¡ lc ¿ f( a A ( ( g < t
bangs a tale— but not to be told.
ness for i he W . P Fuller Co
J. C. K' ndall, the Marshfield at
A .M. Crawford, now attorney uow in jail or houod over to await
torney, was in town ■ esterday, go general, has announced bis <• •• ndi- action are Mrs Lottie Cappius, of
ing Immo on the afternoon traiu
dacx for tbe Republican nomination Marsbfield.cbarge 1 with attempting
to kill Elmer Psrkiugou ;Fied Smith,
Weather observer Wiren reports for governor, and there isn’t a bet
logger charged wilh a statuary o'
that the rainfall here for 1013 woe ter man in tbe state for tbe place, |
feuse on tbe person of an eight-year
List your property with tbe Pa-1
47.75 inches, against 55 05 inches
cific Real Estate Co. M. M. Young, girl at Bandon; Miss Ruby Simp
son, of Bandon, charged with the
Tbe loggers above tidewater want
Mrs. W. H Schroeder, who has theft of a diamond ring; Midi r, my
more rain, us the water lias not
been quite seriously ill, is teported, pected of complicity iu the Myrtle
been high enough to make a clean- j
this afternoon as being about the Point hank robbery; Charles Spen
up of tbe logs.
same, with little if au.v improve cer, charged wilh forgety.
Pour tbousaud feet of pictun s ment.
H. Vuugh.u, alias Smith, etc,
every night at the Scenic.
In the high school debates held was found guilty of horse stealing,
The printing of tbe county court [
at Marshfield and North Bern) lie was convicted on the charge oi
proceedings, notices etc. for Ib is]
Thursday night, the Marshfield 1 8tettlluS “
fr°»> «>*« Lib Haynes
YOU SHOULD NOT LET YOUR WATCH GO TOO LONG WITH
year bas been awarded to the Re- |
O u r drug store has becom e th e “T he prsecrip-
OUT BEING CLEANED. WE DO ALL KINDS OE REPAIRING AND
teams carried off the honors at both estate near Eckley and selling them
AND DO IT RIGHT AND REASONABLY.
cord and Times, of Marshfield.
tion drug store” of this com m unity, b ecau se people
places. The Coquille was drawn to 1 Hakansuu of the North Bend
AND SEE OUR “LEFT OVER” CHRISTMAS GOODS.
T. A. Waiker has lost bis awe of! on for judges, A. T. Morrison of stableB.
have learned th a t we tak e utm ost c a re in filling every
NOW'S THE TIME TO BUY WHAT YOU NEED FOR YOUR OWN
his new Ford auto to such au ex- I this city and S. D. Pulford and W.
USE, BECAUSE OUR REDUCED PRICES ON MANY ARTICLES
The case of Rexford Starr against
prescription en tru sted to us; th a t w e nev er use poor,
WILL SAVE YOU LOTS OF MONEY.
teot that be bas it out for service j T. Dement, of Myrtle Point, acting j Conlogue Brothers, on which the
old drugs; th at w e n ev er substitute, and give you
again in spite of the bad weather.
at Marshfield: J. J. Stanley, W C. ¡jury disagreed in December, was
prom pt service. Send your prescriptions to us, no
The vaudeville aot at the Scenic j ChaSi and H. O. Robinson at North again tried Saturday, and a verdict
m a tte r w hat physician w rites them , and K N O W th at
Inst nignt, by Jane Elwin, I lie ludy Bend.
was found for the delendanls.
th ey will be filled ju st exactly as prescribed.
cartoonist, was something new here
The county court this morning Starr lost a leg in the Conlogue
and well worth seeing, It will be finished the work of appointing camp and was suing for damages.
Com e to O U R D rug Store
Tbe case of Crouch vs.Bestol was
judges and clerks of election, also
Lyous & Jones have the Red D tbe road supervisors for the differ on trial this morning.
Loggers Shoes; calked, f 8 50, with ent districts of the county. Few
A repott from the grand jury is
out calks, $8 00.
changes were made, and the protest expected tomarrow.
TH E REXHLL STO R E
P. D. Chamberlain, who worked from Fairview against the reappoint
H ad His T roubles
this county last year for the L. C. ment of Stout was not considered
Smith typewriter and who was ar sufficient cause to refuse him anoth
C. S. Hall, of tbe Grand, had
rested recently on a charge of big er term.
troubles of his own last night,
P H Y S IC IA N 8
N. T. Trumbull, wbo is here from when the Edison projecting ma
grand jury finding ‘‘not a true bill.”
his home io Minnesota, visitiug re chine went on a strike, and it was
Try a pair oi "Red D Loggers"
at Lyons & Jones.
T h e re will be a m eeting of latives across the river, says that necessary to run all thb pictures on
DR. JAS. RICHMOND
J. J. St mley made a brief visit to the m em b ers of th e L ibrary while he was at the family woodpile the new Powers machine.
Marshfield last week.
A ssociation next Friday even- a few (J“ys ««<* be he"ri1 ** 8U“ tired made a few minutes’ wait between
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg.
that the new registration has com the prospects and thinks there is no
Office Phone Main 211
The Josephson store, one of the mg a t th e library room in th e ttcr°89 the river- and the t W &e of the reels, which probably annoyed
menced it is possible to get signa doubt that tbe coal business will be
landmarks of Roseburg, has gone city hall fo r th e purpose of
Mr. Hall more than it did the audi
an assured success for all time.
wood which lay between bim and euce. Having the two machines iD tures about whose legality there
Dr. C. IN. ENDICOTT
There are millions of tons of coal
can be no question, and it is pro
electing a new board and re tbe shooter. It would please bim
operation, he intends by switching posed to make sure that all those in the Rivertoo section alone, the
The Scotchmen of Coos Bay will
fully as well if bunteiB would look from one to the other to have one
Office over First National Bank
hold a rousing celebration of the
appearing on the petitions shall be McGee mine alone will produce
before they shoot.
Plione Main 431
reel follow another without any found to be properly registered. about twenty million tons, providing
birthday of Bobbie Burns.
were allowed at the meeting of the
V. C. Gorst, of Marshfield, has wait between, as was done Saturday
W. C. Chase, of this city, formal-
tbe present indications hold out and
county court, and that allowed here taken the engine and propeller from night, and be wishes through the To this end, registration officers
I ly announces his candidacy for
and petition circulators will to quite this is only one of the mines in these
tofore (o Mrs. Dal. Morse, of Ban- the Gorst & King hydroplane Htrald to express to the people his
j the office of county judge.
A. J. SHERWOOD
large fields.— Bandon Recorder.
was discontinued, the lady hav which was wrecked at Toledo some regrets that, owing to the disabling an extent travel in pairs, and where
A ttorney at L aw
a voter is found who is not register
Try those nice Salted Pecans and ing obtained a government position.
lime ago, and bas rigged them ou a of one machine, this could not be
First Nations! Bank Building
j Peanuts at Lyons & Jones.
ed he will be entered on the regis G ood Buy in im proved F arm
boat, making 36 miles an hour on done last evening.
tration blank in his right precinct
Mrs. J. K McLeod, of Bundon,
hie trial trip on tho bay. He ex
22. Seven miles from Coquille
before he signs the petition. Presi
visited friends in the city last Tburs- from Gillette, Wyo., that they are
L um ber Prospects Good
L. J. ULJEQVIST
pects to get 60 miles an hour out
of tha best farm propositions
dent Morrisson delivered the blanks
I day and returned home Friday after
A ttorney at L aw
that they have not had enough enow of the craft when he gets the steer
have been offered. Not a clay
D. D. Pierce, of the C. M. & M.
First National Bank Building
to run the sleighs, something unusu ing gear to working better.
loam but a silt soil of about 125
Co., tells the Herald that the pros Thursday, and a supply has also
al. Autos are still handling traffic
Try to be at least as forgiving
acres. Very nearly all under plow;
pects in the lumber market have been sent to Tenmile. No trouble
Mayor Morrison went to Mnrsh-
with good sucoess
toward other people as you are to
fine location; a south and southeast
been brightening, and that he now
I field last Thursday and returned
exposure; well drained; fine flowing
Friday. He acted as one of the
A ttorney at L aw
springs; 60 or more cattle, horses,
improvements inaugurated in the
¡judges in the high school debate
«11 kinds of implements, houses and
Up Two Stumps.
local mill last year have now been
T he G rand T onight
Little Johnny was In the habit at barns. Can grow vegetables, oats,
wanting more victuals put upon his
Rents collected and property
E. D. SPERRY
“The Heritage”— With new Ma plant has been raised to 50,000 a plate than be could eat. Ills papa de barley, corn and clover.
looked after by the Pacific Real of the Coquille valley since 1869,
railroad, county road by place.
day. These changes were quite ex
COUNSELLOR AT LAW
“His Faithful Servant”— Western. tensive and included the putting in day an Johnny Instated upon being Duiry and pork will make you an
Office in Robinson Building
Don’t forget, ladies and gentle day morning at the age ol 87 years.
served until his plate was well filled extensive bank account. This farm
of new foundations wherever needed his papn said, "Johnny, If I give you
men, that all tbe registering you The fuueral was held Friday in this
is class A, No. 1, and will bear
and the addition of many labor- this you will have to eat every bit of
may have done last year is now N.
W. C. CHASE
thorough investigation. Will rep
A ttorny at L aw
Licenses to W ed
machinery. The resaw recently in ised that he would, and bravely did
between now and tbe May primaries many years.
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg
ly $30,000. Can arrange good terms
stalled is proving a most satisfac
if you wish to vote then.
William Dahl, who has been em
vain. It was too much for him. He
County Clerk Watson issued the fol tory piece of equipment, not only would
STUTSMAN & CO.
try ngntn and again and then
That portion of Second street ployed in the Conlogue logging lowing
C. R. BARROW
marriage licenses during the
A ttorney and C ounsellor at L aw
j about tbe acceptance of wh cb from camp, banged himself to the bed
laying down his fork, he said:
Office Phone 335
Thomas H. Nichols and Mary but making for economy and tbe
|'b e contractors there has hien a post with a leather strap at Marsh
“Papa. If you was me which would
Residence Phone 346
elimination of waste. Any lumber ytra rather do. get a licking or buntT”
(long disagreement, has been thrown field last week, while recovering Baker Yates.
open to the public, though it bas from a drinking bout, and when his
Virgil Wilson and Georgia John cut off-dimension on tbe big saw
J. J. STANLEY
T h a t T ax P enalty
can now be slipped through the re
William M. Burton and Tburza
Rain Capes and Hats at Lyons & utes’ absence life was extinct.
While tbe company
Replying to an inquiry from Ore
j Jones. Get one for your little girl
makes a specialty of attending to gon City, Attorney Genera! Craw
j before school starts.
the local trade first, it ships the sur ford has written as follows:
The friends of T. W. McClosky,
Wm. Floyd, foreman in the Mc
plus to the outside, and the pros
Replying to your letter of De
of Myrtle Point, are trying to per Gee mine at Riverton, was quite se
RATES: One cent a word, each in
pects in tbe shipping trade are very cember 3 1 , inquiring as to whether,
suade him to become a candidate riously injured last Wednesday by sertion. No charge less than 15 cents' BURTON-JEWETT—In Coquille,
if one-half of the tax on any per
for county judge. Mr. McCloskev being caught under a mass of fall 3 LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING Rooms
January 12, 1914, J. J, Stanley,
son’s estate is paid on or before
Again open under
is well known in this part of the ing earth and timbers. J. A. Ballen-
Justice of the Peace, officiating.
for rent. Apply to this office.
April i, they are required to pay a
N ew Bonding Petitions
penalty on the last half, providing !
county, and it is claime 1 that the lyne, a workman in tbe same mine,
William M. Burton and Tburza
WOMAN COOK wants employment
people of the upper river are strong was badly crushed later by being
Jewett, both of Bandon.
The Good Roads advocates are tember i of that year, I beg to state I
in camp or on dairy farm. In
Give us a call
ly in his favor. However he has not caught between a car and the top
quire at Herald office. 1 -13-11p
again getting active, in preparation that such is not tbe intention of'
yet consented to run.
; of the tunnel.
the statute, allowing one-half of]
EXPERIENCED MAN—Wants to
Bhall leave no doubt in tbe mindB of the tax to be carried over until ]
rent a good dairy ranch or to take
“A Marshfield paper says:” Voters the county court that tbe people of September i; the royalty would not
charge for others, furnishing his
W. C. Mason, Fifth have begun registering for tbe new Coos county want a chance to vote begin on this half until September t.
and Johnson, Marshfield.
year at Justice Pennock’s office and on tbe bonding proposition.
Coal T ra d e Increasing
FOR SALE —Full blooded White at tbe Chamber of Commerce, and
E v ery P art of the A rt of
OrpiDgton, Killaetra strain Hens, during the first dav there was not a
Pullets and Cockerels. Ira W.
That Coos county is coming into
Snyder, Coquille, Oreg. 1-9-2 tp single person who missed signing
her own as a coal produciug and
Mas had Our Careful
tbe petitions calling for an election
OREGON CHAMPION Gooseberry
distributing section is now assured.
plants two years old for sale, 10
J. K. Smith ol the Riverton mines
cents each. Also a few thousand Coos county. The indications are
who bas been in the city the last
$5 a thous- that the election will be called by
of days informs a representa
and delivered at train or boat j an overwhelming majority.
tive of the Recorder that his com
Cash only. Bert Seal. r-9-4tp |
It is our business, so it
pany has contracts to deliver several
I < Hi SALE OK BENT Tin- 1 6 0 1 The Evening Record hag this: J . ! The satisfaction my work
is necessary that we use
thousand tons of coal to Portland
acre Farm on Ijampa Creek in | B. Robertson, a well-kuown rancher
is giving is the best
the very best and latest
from the Riverton mines and they
the Cc quille Valiev known as tbe ' of the Templeton district and a fore-
guarantee you can have
methods to turn out the
Green Place, is for sale or rent, ! m o|t bo08tf,r for ROoJ rusd, ;n Coo„ I
also have large contracts to deliver
preferably a sale. About 90 acres !
best work possible
coal to Prince Rupert, but could
chances when you come
of fiue bottom land,mostly seeded; coutlty> was in tbe city yesterday
70 acres of fine hill laDd, seeded
to me for your glasses.
northern country at this time of the
two-story ord. Mr. Robertson said that while
Give me a trial. In do
house and fine barn. An ideal the last agreement among tbe good
Our service is at your command.
ing so you are protected
dairy farm. Close to Coquille Riv roads advocates does not meet with
Tbe Mexican coal market is also
If you are not already a customer
er and two couniy roads intersect
open to this place, and as soon as
we would be glad to add you to
near the bouse For particulars
host of satisfied patrons.
inquire of JAMES T. GREEN, portion of the county, still it is the
the Coos County Colliers have
305 E. Telegraph S t , Carson City, beat that has so far been advanced
contracts for many thousand tons
and will undoubtedly be accepted
D IS T H inC T O M S
of coal in Mexico.
OLD NEWSPAPERS—Cheap at the
a goodly majority, if the voters
Mr. Smith is very sanguine over
get a chance to pass upon it.
S ta te Licensed O ptician
R E P A IR
YOU A N E W O N E
W. H. SCHROEDER
JE W E LE R
H. O. H N D E R S O N
and Silver Leaf Lard
The Best I
W . F. PETETT
Ask Vour Grocer
L Nosier & Norton
mmmmmmmm mmmmmm • mmmmam mm3
W. F. PETETT
COQUILLE LAUNDRY & ICE CO.