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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1914)
TlI E Ci4SIf 01F J N Nl E Bf(ICIE
lar gold piece;' Mr. and Mrs. J I )
Graham — a gold nu gget; Mr. and
Mrs. P. W. Laird— gold spoon;
from a friend in lied Hook, N. Y —
gold sugar sin 1 );
Ira W Snyder was born in Ca|t-
at Libeityville, Ills. — two gold
ake, Columbia County, N. Y , De
spoons; from rilatives, Waukegan,
cember 9, 1830; Sarah M Marqu. t
Ills , ami Bristol, W i s ,— fi teen dol
was born at Rhinebi-ck, Dutch, ins
lars ill gold; from friends in Illinois
County, N. Y., February 2, 1847.
— five dollars; Mr. and Mis. J ,S
They were uuited iu uiuriiuye in
j Dunn, Woodland, Wash.— five dni-
the game house in which she was
5 lar gold piece; from friends, Sealtl ■,
born. To this union one child was
Wasd.— gold howl briry sp u n ;
born, Mrs. H. L Johnson, who re
| from friends, Cashmere, Wash —
sides about one mile south of Co
i thirteen dollars in gold ; from fri n ls
quille, and at whose home th' ir j o-
at Cashmeru, Wa-.h — gold howl
fn 1 anniversary was celebrated Mr.
souvenir spoon; from fri* mi in Al
Snyder's boyhood days wire spout
mira, Wash — i pretty bow; from
on a farm. Mrs Snyder, too, was a I
nephew in U niou Hill, N. J.— a
farmer s daughter. After their mar- .
, - ,
riage, be fired on the steamer Mary
Powell that plied on the Hudson
Golden Wedding Anniversary
GrassSoeds—-Alsike Clover, Alfalfa
Rye Grassand Timothy
Corn, Vetches, Beets, Carrots etc.
Everything for the Dairyman
D M OMMEK’S G IAKANTKE11VETEBINARY REMEDIES
KNOWLTONS DRUG STORE
The Social Whirl
Planting Season is Here
M A R Y ROBERTS R I N E H A R T
Met April First
wiped out in the next following
In 1871 they moved to Fox I.ake, j
storm which throws in heavy break 111 ., where he still engaged in the
Mls John Aaaen d e i j ^ f u l l y en.
ers across the bar. Mr. Baumgart steam boat business
In 1899, th.y 1 tertaiued the D . M C . embroidery
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY
ner also made statements regarding moved to Canastota South Dakota. club at her home last Wednesday
E nteyl as second class matter May the depth of water that has hereto After a stay there of four y.ars, they afternoon
The linle passecj very
8, 1905. at the poet otlice at Coqtiille, fore existed which he, having been
located at Cashmere, \\ asli
In pleasantlv' with sewing and music
Oro^on, umler act of Congress of March
agent for steamers running to Coos 1911 they became residents of Coos
and it was with some trepidation
Bay for vears, should have known County, Oregon.
that the ladies procei ded to the din
P. C. LEVAR, Lessee.
were not true.
At least he is so
At high noon on the 17th of
But what do those Coos March, 1914, Rev. C. H. Bryan ol ing-rootn at the lunch hour as it
Devoted to the material and social
Isn’ t Baum the M. E. Church, after some appro was “ April Fools” day. The table
upbuilding of the Coquille Valley par Bay people expect?
was decorated with large fools’ caps
ticularly and of Coos County generally. gartner a Portland man? Can they priate remarks, stated that Ira W. oue at each place, and the place
Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance never get it through their noodles Snyder and wife had walked loving
that the whole bar dredge scheme ly together down life’s pathway for cards were quite a puzzle to some
Phono Main 354.
was a brilliant Portland idea for the fifty years, and now if any oue pres of the ladies, resulting in three of
holding hack of the improvement ent had any objections to fbeir still them wearing lools’ caps the re
maitider of the afternoon
L. J. Simpson has given out ¡he o f the Coos Bay bar; that it was
bliss, let them [ Those who enjoyed Mrs. Aasen's
information that he will not allow put through with the kind a-sist-
speak now or forever hold their hospi,aiity we[e Mesdames Gene
his name to lie used as a candidate ance of Bill Grimes and some of bis peace.
No objections were ui i le Nosier, Ghas. Crouch, Willis 0 ddy,
for congress from this district, as
Pope, Norris. Albert Fish, James
worked like a charm. so far and till death do us part.” ‘¿ Rev.
W as J e n n ie B r i c e m u r d e r e d ?
I f so, w h o k i l l e d h e r ?
his business affairs will demand all
has already delayed all jetty work Young, pastor of the U. B Church, Robison, Lloyd Oddy , Sam John
of his attention for some time to for severaf years; that the recent
n g e m a r k on t h e b o d y ?
Coquille circuit, made a *ervent s
come. This is greatly to be regrett agitation for jetty improvement is piayer in behalf of the bride and
ed, but it seems that Mr. Simpson’s beginning to reach dangerous pro groom of fifty years, and for the Easter Service at M. E. South
word is final. Now if the people of portions and that an interview like community in which they resided,
that given out by Mr Baumgartner after which congratulations were in
The 11 o’clock service at the \1 E
the coast section want a man from
it great stuff for use in quietly head order. Miss Harriet Sweet sang and Church South next Sunday will be
their part of the state it is up to
ing off any pos-ible appropriation played on the piano, “ Old Gray
be in the form of au E ister progra u
them to do some lively thinking
for jetty construction? Really s .me Bonnet ”
The choir has ma le special prepir i-
It hardly needs the saying that
of the Coes Bav people seem lo be
A four course dinner was elabo tiou for the occasion, an 1 the pu'ili
Hawley is not satisfactory, never
: m b
hardly “ bright” about some things. rately served. The prevailing col
will hear something exceptionally
has been and never can be. He is
ors were white and gold.
Yellow tine in the way of Easter music. Tue
undoubtedly a “ good man,” in his
and white primroses adorned the church will bo decorated for the
At the Top
way, “ means well” and all that but
a q m
bride’s cake. A large bowl of daff occasion by the la lies of the church
as a representative in congress he is
PR E S B Y T E R IA N CHCRCII.
and the pastor will preach on
a dismal failure.
We want a live
The Bunker Hill school comes to
Services Sucila«' a t 11 a. m atid
a big, fine-looking the front as entitled to a percentage As it was St. Patrick’s day some “ Heaven ” Don’t fail to hear him
It comes, then, to a of 98 under the new system of daintily arranged shamrock formed on this occasion. He has a special 7:30 p. m.
A beautiful message for YOU.
The “ Friendly
Sunday Scb iol at 10 a in.
question ol “ who is the man?” So standardization, placing it in the a place on the table.
far as heard from there are two men “ Standard A ’’ class with the highest China tea set, were used, which were Church" rxtends to you a hearty
out trom this part, both Democrats score. The school has three rooms 125 years old, being at one time the welcome to this service.
M. L Church
As the above was uot handed
Whether any Democrat could be and is in charge of J. E. Drillette, property of au auntof Mrs. Snyder’s.
Sunday school ai in a..m
elected is an open question, but on under whose able management fric An attractive feature was a souvenir until time to go to press, the p
Preaching at t r a m.atid 7:30 p ru
the odd chance that he could, it is tion has been eliminated and the card at each place with a daffodil gram is unavoidably omitted
Prayer meeting Thursdays at
up to the peoide of that political Bchool is making n splendid record.
7:30 p m. C II B r y a n . Pastor
persuasion to inform themselves
That Glee Club
After dinner the entire company had
And have the shoes. N ow it's up to you i f you want to save money
thoroughly about the two men. W.
Christian Science Society
their picture taken together and
in buying ¡«hoes for yourself or fam ily fo r spring, summer or winter.
Scenic Changes Hands
II Meredith, of Curry, impresses
W e have shoes o f every description and it will pay anyone to buy
last, but nol least, must uot forget
Corner Third and Hall streets.
The Willamette Glee Club Enter-
the Herald as being a man of abund
shoes enough fo r a year or longer because never again will you have
Services at H a m next Sunday
the kiudness of Capt. Frank Willard taioruent at the Grand last evening
ant energy and ambition, at least,
the opportunity to buy shoes such as our stock consists o f at such
After monkeying for some years
ridicously low prices
and of many ideas of his own
His with the hot end of the show busi of the steamer “ Norma”, in convey under the auspices of the Library subject lesson sermon, ‘ Are S: d ,
residence in a remote corner of the ness, Oliver Wilson last week gave ing the guests from town and back, Association, drew a packed house. Disease and Death R al.
district is against him, but that up the Scenic Theater to the own and helping to aid to the other Of the entertainment itself, perhaps Su n d ay S ch ool 10 a. m
pleasures of the day in a delightful the less said the better. The cornet
Wednesday evening m- eting 8:90
ought not to be fatal. O f the other ers and retired to private life.
T hat's what our stock consist o f; over 3,500 pairs o f fine shoes—no
and clarinet duels by Messrs Shi
candidate the Herald does not care caterer to the public taste tor the boat ride.
old stock but shoes that w ere bought within the last year and over
Following is a list of those who ler and Irvine were really fine, and
to say much, further than to sug movies he was succeeded by Gage
M. E. Church South
$1500 worth o f new spring styles just received —do you realize what
gest that the Democratic voters , & Leach’s Orchestra, and the house had been bidden to the wedding, the first was encored
an opportunity you have to g e t stocked up on shoes fo r a year or more?
Sunday school at 10 . a tu.
Preaching Sunday 1 1 3 . m. and
carefully inform themselves as to ¡s now being conducted in the name with their gifts: Rev. C. H. Bryau, solo by Harold Jory also drew an
There was one splendid 7:3”
the estimate in which he is held in of ,hat organization. Messrs Fred wife and daughter, Louise,— Book encore.
Epworth League at 6:45 p ra
the community where lie h s resid- Slavic a[)d
Loreuz own the let, “ Wedding Chimes’’; Mr. and bass voice in the chorus, and th
And come while we have all the different styles. It wont take long
Prayer meeting Wed. 7:30 a in.
ed for some years, and this gratuit- equipment and control the lease ol Mrs. J B Sweet and daughter Har boys showed, considerable training.
for these shoes to go, and the first come the first served. We can
ous advice is given with the utmost the house, and they are lending riet,—cut glass spoon tray; Dr. The chorus singing, however, had
Choir practice Thurs. 7:30 a. m.
fit you now but we can’t say that later on.
lined little besides volume to recommend
earnestness and sincerity
We their assistance to the new manage Richmond and wife— gold
A. T h o m a s , Pastor.
might make worse mistakes than to ment for the time being, Mr. Lorenz tooth-pick holder; Mr. and Mrs. Jas. it; the monologue was something
send a man to congress once more acting as chief engineer in the oper- T. Nosier— glass cream pitcher and awful;.the comic opera which con-
ST. J A M E S E P IS C O P A L .
sugar bowl with gold flowers; Mrs. stituted the second part whs about
W hether vou buy or not w e are proud o f these shoes and-feel pleased
from another part of the district.
atiug room. The house has been
Services firs t and th ird Sundays
to show them to anyone, whether they buy or not, and every custo-
M A H U 'lson— hand painted spoon the rottenest piece of tiresome am
given a thorough eleauing, the
im er buying a pair o f shoes during this safe w ill not only go away sat-
The Bay papers haye had a fit chairs a coat of varnish and the trav; R. B. Knife and wife, L A. ateur vaudeville ever pulled off in
slied but highly pleased. I f not, we are here to make good,
Pinkston, wife and daughter, Belva this afflicted town. For all this the e ve ry Sunday at 10 a. m.
those who think thev are dissatisfied are welcome to return the shoes
because F. P. Baumgartuer, of Port front some fresh paint
ladies should not be blamed. Owing
land, gave out an interview after & Leach orchestra of seven pieces
visiting Coos Bay, saying that the furnishes music every evening, and bowl lined with gold; Mr. ami Mrs. to the reluctance of the press to tell
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
bar dredge Michie was doing great since opening under the new man Ed. Kern—hand painted plate; W. the truth about an organization of
school at 10 a. m.
work and had already deepened the agement last Wednesday eveniug
T o fit shoos an.l satisfy customers, .vi 11 be at your service. W e have
Christian Eu leaver at 7:00 p. m.
engaged the services o f Mr. Paul Skecls during this sale so that
channel two or three feet over the the Scenic seems to have taken on a Warren, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Warren, very favorable, the outfit nils from
everyone visiting our store will feel that there is a man handling the
Prayer meeting at 7:30 p.m. each
As a matter of fact, the bar new lease of life. It is proposed to Mr. and Mrs. Alva Warren— five one of the higher institutions ot
goods who knows every shoe in stock and knows the business from
dredge Michie has worked very lit keep the house clean and comfort dollar gold piece; Mr. and Mrs. Ed. learning, and it was to be supposed Wednesday.
Preaching at 11:0 0 a. m. and 8:00.
tle siuce her arrival, being mostly able, to make the musical program Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. F W. Von that it was up to the usual standard.
engaged at lying idle in the bay and a treat and to present the pictures Pegert, Mrs. Dora Young— five dol The lesson has been taken to heart
You are cordially invited to all
eating up the appropriation
She on the screen in the best possible lar gold piece; Mr and Mrs. J. W- and the ladies will use extra vigil-
The sura realized these services
has removed only a few thousand manner. With this, the admission Laird, Capt. and Mrs. Frank Wdl. auce hereafte .
cubic yards of sand from the bar, price will Ire kept uniformly at ten ard, Mrs. Matilda Willard— five dol- for the library is about $20.
T. B M cDonald, Mini
and it the hole site dug is still there cents Every special feature which I
it will be filled up by the first heavy it is possible to procure and show connection with this plan it must he ' extras can be shown regularly
S u c c e s s o r to S ke el s & So»»
surf. She hasn’t deepened the wat at that price will be presented. understood that much will depend The pict tire, like all Vitagraph fea
The meetings at the Aposto ic,
er three inches, and if she ever does
Those which can not be shown on the patronage accorded the tures, is a hummer, aod none who
accomplish that much it will he at ten cents will be passed up. In house when special (eatuaes are like a hearty and long-continued oud Hand Store are as f o l i o « ; :
Tuesday, Thurs lay and S iturd y
shown. I f the people will turn out laugh should miss it.
nights at 8 o'clock and Sunday
and fill the house a couple of times,
morning at 11 < chick and Sunday
even at the low price ot admission, I
it will be good business to under
P E A R T —In this city March 31,
take the extra expense involved,
M arriage Licenses Issued
1914, to the wife of V a . p art
and most or all o f the great special
features coming to this circuit can
Clyde R. Diudtug.r, Maud Th in,
John L. Rav, Albina E. Ra a-
The first test of this system will
We have one of the latest models of
be had this evening, when in addi
James R. Wood, Adlyn Oliver.
tion to the regular program ol four PETERSON— At Riverton. Oregon.
March 31, 1914, Mr*. C A Pet» r-
Which we will rent for housecleaning purposes at
if your power is electricity supplied by the
Hon, Sr., ngeil 72 years
reel Vitagraph comedy, “ Wild An
Pride goes before a fall, but people
imals at Large.”
This is not pait
keep right on l>ciii" proud notwith
of the regular service but must be was Mary Garnbell, was horn id standing.—Detroit Free Press.
motors cost less per unit o f energy
Or we will furnish the machine and a man to
paid lot extra, and the appreciation PebDMlvai ia July lfi, 184*2
but a fration of the space requir
run it at 50 cents an hour.
The machine is a
shown this evening will give .an in she was young ber | an nts moved
daisy and works easily and perfectly. Don’t use
ed by other units.
dication as to whether these weekly to Indiat a. and there sbe was mar
ried iu 187*2 to Cba*l* s A. Peterson.
the hard, unsanitary methods when you can get
Maintainance and up-keep on motors are
The voting coup'e cum- at once to
the benefit of the vacuum process at so little cost
the Pacific coast and landed nt Co* s
M AKE ENGAGEM ENT E A R L Y
B >y the same year. After living at
With Central btation electric service your
Marshfield a year, they came to the
can enlarge indefitely—adding motors
Just Received —New Stock of
near whfre Riverton now sounds
This company is always ready to
Used D. D. D.,
This was the family home until
All Itching Gone! | eight years ago, when Mr Peter
From Ten Cents a Roll Up
service is elastic. It is adapt -
Th is Is the ac tu al e x p e r i e n c e o f A n n «
Crt-rnaM, Sant a Rosa. Cal., w i t h the w o n «
later Mrs. Peterson noved to River-
great or small.
Special on Houselining— F ive Cents a Yard
the p r o v e n R c s e m a Cura I tor, wh» re -he hail built a residence.
the mild wash tha t g i v e s i ns tan t r e li e f
economy, telephone 71 and let us show you
Her henlth had bten failing rapid
In al l fo rm s o f skin t ro u b le
Cleanses the s k i n o f a ll Im p u ri t ie s — , <y f >r the past year.
how much ( entral Station service will save you.
wa shes a w a y b lo t ch e s and pimples,
and one duightcr survive ber, all
lea v i n e the s ki n as sm oo t h and h ea lth y
Give us a call
as that o f n child.
residents <.f Riverton, Mrs >1 \V
C*ct a 50c b o t tl e o f this w o n d e r f u l
McCormick, II. J . E.
and C A
Ecz em a Cure t o d a y a nd k e e p it in the
The House that saves you money
W.. know that D. D. D. will do all that Peterson. The funeral was held in
1« cla im ed f o r it.
this city Thursday, int» rrm.Lt being
C. J. F U H R M H N , D O S T . ^in Odd Follows cemetery.
The Coquille Herald
! R ead o u r n e w s e r ia l a n d s o lv e th e s e m y s i te rie s
Commend ig next week.
Don’t miss t ie first chapters.
SUNDAY StHVIlihS IN
COQliiLLC « ( M S
y y y
Largest Stock of Shoes in Coquille
$5000 STOCK OF SHOES
W e M ean Business
Latest Styles, Best Qualities
Be an Early Bird
Everyone W elcom e
Clerks W h o Know How
p T e . d r a n e
Growth of Business W ill
Cause no i^ower pi oblem
Electrical Vacuum Cleaner
One Dollar per House
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coquille : furniture co .
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