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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1914)
P rofessional Cards
Farmers W ill Gather
Improved Passenger Service
Rev. D oil Young returned _ o<ter-
• lay from a trip to the Bay.
There will be a large gathering
It seems altogether likely that
C. E. Jones is the teaoher _ up-
Dr. C. W. EN DICO TT
Q«-ii. Starr went to Marshfield pointed f ir the school in Muliuo uf the Taimers and dairymen of the ere in my moons have waxed and
Coquille valley and viciuity at the waned a greatly improved passen
Thursday on business.
District No. 74, Pleasant Hit .
W O W. hall in this city on March
Ottice over First National Bunk
C. J. Fnhrman waa a biisincaa vis
Mrs. J C. Wilson has been seri 14tli at III a. in , when Expert Smith ger service will be inaugurated be
Filone Main 4M
tween the Valley and tbe Bav to w s
itor .u Marshfield ye ter-lay.
ously ill lor several duy», and a of the Corvallis Agricultural College,
The intention of the Southern Pa
Martin Ramllim in, of Larnpa, trained uurse is now iu attendance. who is now in this county for the cific is to pul ou the ruu a gasoline
A. J. S HER WOOD
W as doing business in town Friday.
Last week of big gale on shoes at purpose of giving the farmers all motor car similar t > the one uow
A t t o b . n k y a t L a w
Shoes from 50 possible assistance iu their Ime, will | running between Marshfield ami
You should see the Big Bargains Lyons & Jones.
l- irst National Bank Building
heture on the subjects of •■Farming North B-md. It b is been aunouuceii
cents to $ 8 . 00 .
in shoes at Lyon - Si Juries.
From a Scientific Standpoint” and ' that this service will be started as
F. E. Allen, mayor uf Marshfield,
tbe all impoi tsnt advantage of a |soou as connection can be made
ig spoken of as a probable candidate Miss Melta Hanson, the teacher, dairy testing association. Other through Marshfield, aud that North
L J. LILJEQVIST
has gone to attend the Oregon State
for county clerk
subjects will be opt n fur discussion, Bend will be tbe terminus. As the
A tto rn ey at L aw
Normal, at Monmouth.'
such as rurd farm life with its ad- line must puss through the Alliui.c
L. A. Liljeqvist started Friday
First National Bank Building
Tne city council met last night vantagea and disa-l vantag. 8 , also warehouse, on which the C. P D i e
for Salem, where he wi.l aryue a
iu regular session, the main business our present system of taxation and company have a lease, it has Dot
case before the supreme court.
transacted being a decision to pay expenditures of our public money: been expected that the track could
James Thrift has closed his bar the bills against ths city.
The ladies of the Christian Church be conuected up before the first of
ber shop in Riverton and is work-
A ttorney at L aw
The Christian Church in North will serve a fine dinner at noon in May, wh n tbe Doe lease expires.
| n g in Huyues’ shop m this city.
Bend has commenced the erection of the banquet hall. This will be one It is now stateil by the Coos Bay
Rents collected and property an edifice 24 by 35 feet in sizs, with uf the must important meet ngs of Timea that arrangements have been
the season aud a large crowd of made whereby ttie missing link of
1 looked after by the Fuciflo Real a seating capacity of 140.
those interested in agricultural pur
Estate Clo., M. M. Youny, manager.
£. D. SPERRY
Boilers Inspector Murray, for the suits, both meu aud womeo, will track cau be supplied at once, ami if
this be true it is likely that the Doe
The Manse! Transfer Co has re Oregon Power Co., visited the plant
company will also allow the cars to
UoUNMKl.LOK AT L aw
ceived a scow lost! of euai l.jic the here yesterday und fouud the new undoubtedly be in attendance.
run through. It has been stated
Ottice in IL biiiaon Building
Avena A Harrison mine at River power plant in good condition.
Ferreri and Witnesses Held that four trips will be made daily,
ton, last week
W Rohm,of Riverton,one of the pi
but even if no more t ips were made
W. C. CHASE
The steamer Fifleld brought 40 oneers of the county who is still bale
Js 8 . Ferreri was bound over to the service would be much more
tous of freight, Thursday, for Myr and hearty was in town today,paying the grand jury by Justice Peunock convenient for the traveling public,
A ttorn y at L aw
tle Point anil Coquille, this being his taxes and visiting his old friends. at Marshfield last Friday, charged as tbe passenger traffic would not be
Office in Hichmond-Barker Bldg
an extra ltrge shipment
E. H. Meade is busy with literary with the murder of John Kelly at entirely subordinate to the freight
He eutered a plea of business, as at present.
J. J. Stanley went to the Bay last work at lus chickeu rauob on the Heuryville.
C. R. BARROW
week, in the interest of his candi Aasen road, aud as will be seeu by not guilty, but waive! preliminary
A ttorn e y a n d C ounsellor a t L aw
Glee Club Coining
dacy for the Democratic nomination our want ads, he is looking for a examination. Four of the principal
Ottice Phone 335
for the county judgeship.
typewriter with which to whip it witnesses were also placed under
Residence Phone 346
arrest the same duy, these being
A Salem item says: Glenn Mac-
Toe Big shoe sale lit Lyous A into sbupe.
Dau Bravio, Joe Brochelle, Tony Caddam, manager of tbe Willam
Jones will continue for one more
J. J. STANLEY
Wagner and John Galli. The first ette University Glee Club, has re
and Gunmetal at $1 00 per pair and
th.ee named had quit wot k at Beaver turned from a trip to Coos Bay
Frank S Grant,Grand Chancellor „
,i Hill aud were evidently about to where he made arrangements tor
60 cents per pair i.ud ,
of the Knights of Pythias, is expect Gunmetal . at .,,
: leave the country, i hey were plac- concerts at Marshfield, North Bend,
T .. Pennock
ed to visit the lodges in this county up.
b This will be r the last
. T week of | ed , by Justice
$500 Coquille, Myrtle Point and Bandon
Lyons & Jones.
: during the third week of this month such bargains.
j bonds each to appear before the during the second week in April.
Stanley Do lar, who is on the
T o the Democratic Voters
Rivet in the interest of the Dollar will hold a meeting Wednesday.'
Myrtle Point Pointer»
The principal matter to be decided
W o n on a Foul
I hereby announce myself as a company, is suffering from a dis is the division of the Allegany dis-
Vernon Davenport of Sissons,
candidate for County Ju d ge of Coos located shoulder caused by a fail at trict No. 45. A delegation of Alle-
Tbt) boxing raal(.h at Bandon
California, a son of J. Davenport of
county, Oregon, on the Democratic Bandon.
gany people will be present at the Satuiday night, between Chas. Con-
Coquille, came in last week on a
Reports from Marshfield are to meeting.
ticket for I he couiiny primary elec
rad, of Bandon, and Fred Sax, of visit to his parents, brothers aud
tion. I favor permanent hiyhways the effect that Z. T. Sigliu is likely
Fourteen columns, more or less, North Bend, which was to go for sisters Delos Davenport returned
in <1 the development of the wonder to be a candidate for either commis
ten rounds, was given to Conrad on with him after a visit of six weeks
ful wealth of Coos county consistent sioner or judge, but has not yet de of real estate transfers, together
a foul in the third.
It is said tbut in Sissons.
with economical and judicious ex
the first two rounds were even, but
penditure of the taxpayers’ money.
Guy Devault while workiDg in
A fine young horse of the Per- crowded out of this issue The edi that Sax persisted in fouling after
J J. S t a n l e y ,
cberon breed, which has been torials may die, but tbe rest will being warned.
Quite a number Crane’s camp last Thursday, got
his right ankle badly injured. At
brought to this county for sale, appear next week.
from Coquille were iu attendance.
first it was thought he would lose
drew a curious and admiring crowd
The mail has been three or four
his foot, but Dr Johnson put it un
M O F F I T T H O T E L on the streets Saturday.
hours late in arriving for the past
der the X-rav Saturday morning
three days. The delay is caused by
W . S MOFFITT. Prop.
and found it would not need to be
urday on his way to Marshfield af the undermining of a portion of the
Among the new candidates for amputated.
$ 1 .0 0 per day and up
ter a visit to his oarents at Langlois. road around Sugarloaf mountain connty commissioner, O. J. Seeley
Haynes was stricken
Special Attention to
He expects to be ready soriti to and the bottomless condition of the announces that he wants tne Demo
with paralysis on Friday morning
move to Roseburg nod take up his new grade made last summer
cratic nomination, and E. B Curtis,
but is some belter now, though he
duties as Register of the laud office.
of Plat B, asks for a place on the
We have secured the exclusive ticket ns a Progressive. Unless we has not yet recovered his speech.
When you plant this spring, “ Bur selling rights of Luther Burbank’s
Harold Bargelt and Miss Hallie
Progressives are more numerous
bank” vour garden— make il differ original seeds for Coquille
With than we seem to be, Mr. Curtis is Leep of Mvrtle Point were married
The wonderful creations of every $ 1.00 purchase we will give
at the residence o( the bride’s pa
the great Luther Burbank iu your you a copy of “ The Culture of Ht bast entitled to credit for the rents, Dr. and Mrs. J. K Leep Sun
garden will make it different. For Flowers, Fruits and Vegetables ’ courage to show his colors.
day, March ist. Tbe groom is 18
sale only at Knnwlton’s Drug Siore. written by Luther Burbank himself.
and the bride 19
Addition to County Jail
Mrs G. R Wickman and her
In Marion county, Judge Bushey
daughter, Mrs. Nets Osmundson, is tryiug to find a way to legally
The new addition being built to
will leave on the steamer Break postpone until the primaries a road
A Clean Herd
the county jail is nearing comple
water next Saturday for Portland, bond election for which a petition
tion. This part of the building is
where they will visit with Mrs J. E. has been filed by the Good Roads
to be especially for the women
Coquille, Oreg., Mar. 2, 1914
They ought to send to prisoners, and it Dae been needed
Editor Coquille Herald:
The sLamer Telegraph
wns Coos and find the right way to do for some time as quarters there have
Dear Sir:— Having finished in
launched at’ the shipyaid near Pros it.
be' n very cramped, it being necess specting and testing the dairy herd
per Sunday. She belongs to the
Geo. W ulf, one of the earliest
of George Belloni for tuberculosis
Myrtle Point Transportation Co., settleis of Marshfield and a solid in the bath tub— that is, boards be I take pleasure in recommending
and Capt. Panter says she will be and highly respected citizen, died ing placed over the tub and a bed this herd to buyers at the coming
among the fastest boats on the last week at his home in Ferndale made upon them.
sale, as good clean animals free from
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as a result of injuries sustained a
any symptoms of disease.
New Telegraph Line
The Study Club will meet with short time ago wheu he was struck
Max W. Meyer, D V. M
Mrs. R. B Hoag, Monday, March 9, by on automobile. He was buried
at 2:30 p. in.
The lesson will be Sunday by tbe Masons.
1 A Eugene dispatch says: Sever
Aiticle I of the Constitution of Ore
The public library in the city hall al carloads of telegiaph poles to be
gon and all members will be pre is now open Thursdays aod Satur used in the construction of the
A s k for C atalogue 23 0 pared with questions relative to days from 2 to 5 p. m , and on Mon Western UnioD line from Eugene
I hereby announce myself a can
days, Wednesdays and Fridays from
7:30 to 8:30 p. m. Also on Sunday to Coos Bay, along the Willamette- didate for tbe nomination on the
W. C. Cody was called up before
11 — i g w — B M g f i ¿rsc;
afternoons from 3 to 6 . The rooms Paeific right-of-way have arrived in Republican ticket for the office of
the City Recorder yesterday on a
are neat and comfortable, and there Eugene, and it is expected that the County Surveyor, subject to the
charge of drunkeness.
can be no pleasanter place to spend work of building the line will begin Primary Election to be held May
guilty and was fined $5, but not
in a short time. All the wire nec
having the necessary cash, was giv
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C. S. M c C ulloch ,
en the opportunity to work it out
essary was received here several
M E L T IN G
Marriage Licenses Issued
in cleaning up the city ball.
weeks ago, and is now id storage
Odd Fellows Attention!
A body wus washed ashore at the
Feb. 24—James K. Childers and
Aristocrats of the vegetable garden
“ Official Paper»”
Merchant ranch near Bandon la»t Katherine May Bessey.
Wednesday, and was later visited
John F. Hall of Marshfield
Feb. 24— H. L. Baigelt and Hal-
The Evening Record has been Grand Warden of Ihe Oregon Grand
by Coroner Fred Wilson. There lie A. Leep.
was no clothing or other means of
Feb. 28—Victor A Dimmiek and named as the official paper of Marsh Lodge, I O. O. F. will pay Coquille
identification, as the body was head Winona May Howell.
field, baviDg made a showing that Lodge No. 53 an official visit Fri
h 88 and in an advanced stage of
Feb. 28—James H. Winters and convinced tbe city council that its day evening, March 6 th, 1914 . All
decomposition. It was burled near Mabel A. Bonebrake.
Odd Fellows, Encampment Mem
the spot where it was found.
Mar. 2— Charles F. Krick and bona fide circulation was better bers and Rebekahs are requested to
than that of the Times. The bid of be present. Sojourning Odd Fel
List your property with the Pa Agness C. Willard.
Mar. 2—Arthur E, Evans and the Record was three cents a line lows and Rebekahs are cordially
cific Real Estate Co., M. M. Young,
Sarah E. Morrow.
for city advertising, while the Times invited.
J. S. LAW R E N C E , *
bid was five cents. Tbe Times has
2 24 2 t
heretofore exercised some occult in
WELLMAN means QUALITY FOOD
fluence over the Marshfield city
Fruits, vegetables, sea food, coffee,
teas, many pa kage groceries
RATES: One cent a word, each in council which has made that august
Every Part of the Art of
In Montana Where Great sertion. No charge less than 15 cents' body afraid to give tbe printing to
"Delicious things for your table
C .m e under the Wellman label"
BOY W ANTED—Fourteen to 16,
At your grocers — if not, send us
Over 20,000,000 acres Government land j
to do chores on small place. Can a bunch of the city funds could
his name—we ll see you get it —
left in Montana; several thousands filed |
has Had Our Careful
and will mail you a beautiful
last year. Our hook gives information | attend summer gebool if desired. have been saved thereby.
E. H Meade, Aasen’s logging
on Montana Government lands, State
In BandoD, the Western World
lands and cheap deeded lands, and how
WELLMAN, PECK A CO., San Francisco
to get them. Also, general information
on Montana. Price 50 cents. SEND ! TYPEW RITER WANTED — To line for first insertion ami 1 ceuj n
NOW BEFORE THE RUSH.
rent for a short time.
E. H. line for repetitions—and then tbe
Montana Information Bureau, Dept. O,
3-3-2t editor of that publication moralizes
It is our business, so it
is necessary that we use
Successor to Nosier & Nosier
We’er Publishers, not Land Dealers
rooms for light housekeeping. No tion which forces the rate to a los
very best and latest
children. Inquire at this office, tf
methods to turn out the
ALFALFA LAND on Sacramento
H ow ’s This?
best work possible
L ut Your Property W ith
W e offer One Hundred Dollars R »
down 10 years to pay out. River
ward for any case of Catarrh that
water furnished you on land, in cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
canals for $1 00 an acre per year. Cure.
Write me about this and make
F. J. CH EN ET & CO.. Toledo, O.
Our service is at your command.
W e, tho undersigned, have known F. J.
If you »re not already a customer
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
Farm Lands, Timber Lands, Residence and
Windle care Brooke Realty Co. him perfectly honorable In all business
we would be #lad to add you to
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by his firm.
Business Property. Houses for Rent
our boat of satisfied patrons.
NATIONAL BAN K OF COMMERCE,
T here Is no substitute
for R oyal Baking Pow
der for m aking the
best cake, biscuit and
pastry. R oyal is A b
solutely Pure and the
only baking powder
m ade from R o y a l
grape cream of tartar.
T. B . Klock, a Seattle buyer of
dairy products his been viaiting
the butter and cheese factories of
this county, and says that his pur
chases this year will exceed those of
last year, when they amounted to
nearly a quarter of a million dollars.
Manager F. E. McKenna, of tbe
Oregon Power Co., expects to go to
tbe Bay this evening to sp, nd a
day or so in consultation at tbe
office regarding his
plans for contemplated improve
ments to he made here this summer.
Coqnille Mill & j
W e are prepared es never before, to supply the needs o^
the Coquille Valley for all kinds of
W e have an exceptionally well assorted stock of all kinds
ordinarily called for in House and Barn bills, and
also Fine Finishing Lumber ready for use
C o m m e r c ia l M e n
--------------------W e can furnish on short n otice--------------------
4 an 6 inch FLOORING
R U STIC, any pattern
C EILIN G any pattern
M OULDING, all kinds
FINISHING, to specifications
R. CEDAR FOUNDATION STOCK
RED CEDAR D R AIN STOCK
SILO BILLS, complete to order
We are making a SPECIAL DISCOUNT on HOUSE
and BARN bills for the month o f MARCH
Write or Phone for Prices
Farm ers 4 9 6
H om e 67 6
Whole Wheat Bread
Our Whole Wheat Bread is held up by its
high quality, purity, wholesomeness and
We use the best
flour and yeast that can be obtained.
Make your meal more enjoyable by taking
home a loaf of whole wheat bread.
H O M E S T E A D S WANT COLUMN
J. E. NORTON
P a c ific R e a l E sta te Co.
M . M . Young, Mgr., Coquille, Ore.
FOR SALE— A D ew five room
Bungalow in a good location on
the e a s y payment plan.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Testimonials
sent fe e . Price 75 cent, per bottle. Sold
by all Druggists.
Take H a ll's Fam ily PUls fo r CO B .tlp.tioa.
COQUILLE LAUNDRY & ICE CO.
To Reduce Stock
We are offering for a few days your
choice o f a big lot of ladies shoes, priced
regularly at $ 3 .0 0 and $ 3 .5 0 , good stand
ard shoes at, for your choice
Also a few pair of good standard chil-
dren shoes at
P. E. Drane
A T SK EELS’ O L D
ST A N D