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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1914)
Nineteen T housand
In the United States now handle the A. D.
Remedies, and Toilet Articles which are
prepared from the best formulas known to
the members of the American Druggists'
Syndicate. This means that the remedies
are the best known to medical science.
There is an A. D. S. Remedy for your
trouble, and you can find it at
KNOWLTONS DRUG STORE
of a week at the State Fair.
with these prize winners should be
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY sent the best possible school exhibit
Entered an second class matter May that Coos County eau produc .
8 , 1005. at the post ollice at Coquille,
A club was organized at the Ray
Oregon, underact of Congress of March School on Monday with the follow
8 , 1879.
ing < fficers:
P. C. LEVAR, Lessee.
E pp s; Vice-President, Myrtle New
Devoted to the material and social ton; Secretaiy, Fred Wiiner; Treas
upbuilding of the Coquille Valley par urer Dorothy Newton; Ti idler in
ticularly and of Coos County generally.
Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance R ¡y School, Miss Hazel Mathews
T h ree club; have been formed in
P h on e Main 354.
th e Marshfield schools, three at
Reports are very encouraging in N orth B od <1 and several in couutry
the matter of securing a Coos C oun districts.
Yesterday Supt. Baker aod Mr.
ty building at the Panama Pacific
fair. The feeling for it is strong all | H arrin g to n visited the Myrtle Point
over the county and there is no schools and two clubs were o rg an
doubt that the required funds can ized there.
In the work of org iniz itio i S up t
be raised The only thing that may
lmve a deterrent effect on the co Baker and Supervisor Golden are
operation of the different parts of being assisted by In d u s trial State
the counlv is the unaccountable Field Worker L P. H irr in g to n ,
tendency of some of the papers in who was here lust year ou the same
this valley to take every o p portu ne j work, and who remains in Coos
ty to Blir u p jealousy, suspicion and County two weeks this time. This
general ill-feeling toward the Coos work will result, in much iuterest
Bay Bection. This is a th in g that iu agriculture on the part t.f school
o u g h t to he eat down on hard.
* *•» •
T h e C o q u ille H e r a ld
C h ild re n ’s Industrial
C lubs O rg an ized H e re
O ld e st V o ter a L ad y
W e believe Southwest Coquille
precinct has the oldest lemale voter
in the couuty.
Elizabeth T u rn e r,
m other of Mrs. H . W. D u n h a m ,
registered recently and gave her age
as ninety, an d her native state as
NOTES ON THE PHOTOPLAYS
W. F. Miller has (Le th i '
CURRY COUNTY CULUNCS
(From the Port Orford Tribune)
Shoes “ir Shoes
P a tro n iz e th e M ovies
T hose old admirers of Florence
Lawrence who raav have allowed
their hearts to wandei d u rin g her
long absence from the pictures had
a chance to rcuew their allegieuce
last week, when she appeared in
“ T h e S p en der,’’ a two-reel Victor
film. T h is is the first lime she has
been seeu in the pictures here lor
considerably over a year,an d it was
good to see her again. T h e picture
was the best dram a of the in d e p e n
dent brand that has been here lor
so m etim e.T h e story was' diffeieut.”
well c-nceived and well acted. T he
support was good, and the actor
who played the title role was e x
tremely good iu it. But the in ter
est of this fan, at least centered in
the leading lady
Florence L aw
rence is absolute queen of the screen.
O thers may touch her, each at some
different point, but for all-arouud
perfection Flo has them all beaten
to a frazzle.
As the "B io g rap h
G irl,” some six years ago, she c a p
tured the American public and
when she went to the independents
she left sincere m o u rn eis behind
her am ong the patrons of the li
censed shows. Iu the tall ot t g t 2
she retired from the pictures, but
after a year of private life the lure
of the screen proved too strong for
her and she came back last fall, to
the Victor company. She has prov
ed that a player can "co m e b a c k ,”
tor she has taken her old place with
the public. In spite ot the num ber
of talented an d ch a rm in g ladies
th at have invaded the field the last
few years, Florence L aw rence sul-
fered no dim m ing of her radiance,
and her admirers have hut to see
her once to re tu rn to their alleg-
E iB E
the Herald foe expediting the de-
I livery of a package for which we
In te re e t to T h o se W h o j were very much in a hurry.
Largest Stock of Shoes in Coquille
The Cooley case was postponed
from the April term of Circuit C ourt
to the A ugust terra.
O. P. Haageusen has coine down
from Langlois to Sixes river, an I is
p u ttin g the Inman saw mill in shape
at the latter place to commence op
erations about the first of the month.
$5000 STOCK OF SHOES
We Mean Business
uH JI u
j I i
W e reg ret to say th at the pros By MARY ROBERTS RINEHART
pects of a wharf being built at this
plane in the near future aro not Copyright, 1913, by the Bobbs-Merrill Company
very encouraging, and it is p ssible
th at a wire will be p u t in to handle
Jennie Brice ami her husband, Ladley,
She disappears from Mrs. P it
Cbas. Forty, who wa» severely in m an's boarding house during a P ittsburgh
ju red ten days ago by being thrown flood.
Mrs. Pitman tells Holcombe, an am
from a young horse, continues to ateur detec live, that she believes Lad-
improve slowly although still con has killed Jennie Brice.
fined to his bed and unable to move
SAT th ere, w ith a c ro w d of
one of his legs th a t was injured iu
ch ild reu p ad d lin g ou a r a f t
his hip joiut
The bruise around
o u tsid e th e
w indow , au d
his groin was so had that mortifica
Molly M aguire, u e x t door,
tion was fe .red until the last day r | h au lin g th e lu o ru iu g ’s m ilk up In a
two, when danger from it ^ ,18 p ail tu steu e d to a rope, h er d o o rw ay
being too n a rro w to a d m it th e m ilk
m an s boat, a u d 1 told nim th e w hole
(Gold Beach Globe.)
Several days ago the little three
year old girl of Mr. and Mrs. Frauk
P a r k e r fell off a high porch and
sustained a bad fracture of its collar
bone, besides other minor injuries
D octor Dunlap bus bei n taking
care of the child which is reported
as doing well
I t was rumored here some time
ago th at Peterson from Coos Bay
would agaiu engage in fishing heri ;
and th at parties from G ran ts Pass
with A. Aubery at the head of the
enterprise would pack salmon at
the Bagnell ferry; but as yet neither
of the parties h ive made a ap p ear
ance an 1 all thus engaged nre sel -
K e ep T h a t O ld H e n
ing their fish to the W e d d e rb u m
N ay nay M irauda do not fret aud T ra d in g Co
A co-operative cheese factory is
ja w around an d scold, for these old
h e n s of yours my pet, shall none ot again being talked of in this vicin
them be sold. F o r they have served ity Which should meet with the
us well and good, th r o u g h many a hearty approval of ev*ry cue. The
trying stage, an d it is only fair that venture could be launched now with
we should protect them in their age. a very nominal co 3 t, ns R. L Mac
It may be true as some folks state leay has offered room in one end c.f
iu figgers now and then, that incu the caunery for the factory and will
bators incubate, much better than supply all necessaiy power, steam,
the hen. T h ey stand upon their s tu r etc, for tho purpose.
sto ry .
•‘Ilu m p h !” he ex claim ed , w h en I L id
tiuished. ‘‘l t ’a cu rio u s, b u t—yo,u ca n ’t
p ro v e a m u rd e r u n less y ou ca n p ro
d u c e a body.”
“ W hen th e riv e r goes d o w n wo’ll
fiud th e body,” said l, sh iv e rin g . “I t ’s
in th e p a rlo r.”
“T h en w hy d o e s n 't h e try to g et
• l i e is read y to g o now . H e only
w en t back w h en y o u r b o at cam e i n ”
Mr. H olcom be ra n to th e d o o r a.id,
Hinging it open, p eered in to th e lov, er
hall. H e w a s tQO late. H is b o at w as
gone, tu b o f liver, ¡die o f w ooden p la t
te rs an d all!
W e h u rrie d to th e room th e L ad ley s
h ad occupied. I t *Tns em p ty . F ro m
th e w indow , a s w e looacd o u t, we
could see th e boat, alm o st a sq u a re
aw ay .
I t had sto p p ed w h ere, th e
street b ein g higher, a d o o rstep rose
ab o v e th e liood. On th e ste p w a s s it
tin g a fo rlo rn yellow puppy. As we
sta re d Mr. L adley sto p p ed th e boat,
looked back a t us, b en t over, p laced a
piece of liv er on a p la tte r an d reach ed
It o v er to th e dog. T hen, risin g in
th e boat, he bow ed, w ith his h a t o ver
his h e a rt. In o u r d irectio n , s a t d o w n
calm ly a n d row ed a ro u n d th e c o m e r
o u t of sig h t.
Mr. H olco m b e w as in a fren z y of
rage. H e ju m p ed u p an d dow n, s h a k
ing his fist o u t o f th e w indow a f te r th e
re tre a tin g boat.
l i e ra n d o w n th e
sta irc a se , on ly to com e back a n d look
o u t th e w indow ag ain . T h e police b o at
w as not In sig h t, h u t th e M ag u ire ch il
d ren had w orked th e ir r a f t a ro u n d to
th e s tre e t a n d w ere u n d er th e w in
H e leaned o u t a n d called to
“ A q u a r te r each, boys,” he said , “if
you’ll ta k e m e on th a t r a f t to th e
n earest p a v e m e n t”
“ Money first.” said th e o ld est boy,
holding his cap.
B ut Mr. H olcom be did n o t w a i t H e
sw u n g o u t o v er th e w indow sill, hold
ing by bis hands, an d lit fa irly in th e
r e n te r of th e r a f t
And have the shoes. Now it’s up to you if you want to save money
in buying shoes for yourself or family for spring, summer or winter.
We have shoes of every description and it will pay anyone to buy
shoes enough for a year or longer because never again will you have
the opportunity to buy shoes such as our stock consists of at such
ridicously low prices.
Latest Styles, Best Qualities
T hat’s what our stock consist of; over 3,500 pairs of fine shoes—no
old stock but shoes that were bought within the last year and over
$lfi00 worth of new spring stylos Just reetivad do you veoUao what
an opportunity you have to get stocked up on shoes for a ye ar or more?
Be an Early Bird
And corrfe while we have all the different styles. It wont take long
for these shoes to go, and the first come the first served. We can
fit you now hut we can’t say that later on.
Whether you buy or not we are proud of these shoes and feel pleased
to show them to anyone, whether they buy or not, and every custo-
imer buying a pair of shoes during this sale will not only go away sat-
slied but highly pleased. If not, we are here to make good, and
those who think they are dissatisfied are welcome to return the shoes
and get their money back.
Cerks Who Know How
To fit sho<*s and satisfy customers, will he ‘it your service. We have
engaged the services of Mr. Paul Skeels during this sale so that
everyone visiting our store will feel that there is a man handling the
goods who knows every shoe in stock and knows the business from
P. E. DRANE
esso r to Skeels & Son
„J S k e e ls ’
G eneral M erchandise
Old S ta n d
C oquille, O re g o n
= 2 0
Growth of Business W ü T ^
Cause no Power p ohlem
if yuur power is electricity supplied by the
Oregon Power Company.
Electric motors cost less per unit of energy
and require but a fration of the space requir
ed by other units.
Maintainance and up-keep on motors are
With Central Station electric service your
business can enlarge indefitely—adding motors
as needed. This company is always ready to
serve your power requirements.
Central station service is elastic. It is adapt-
to every power need, great or small. As to
economy, telephone 71 and let us show you
how much Central Station service will save you.
L P . Harringtou,field worker for
the industrial fairs sent out by tb.
state d epartm ent of education, visit
ed the Coquille school yesterday or
ganizing two clubs among the pupils
The merabe s of the clubs will each
work along the line of one of the
F o r Social H y g ien e
club projects outlined by the state
dy legs, and do their work its true,
department and prepare an exhibit
(Curry County Leader.)
one ot them will hatch more eggs
for the county fair uext fall.
other day while being assis *
th an tw enty hens can do, in w eather
The first of the clubs organized
u g h one of the rooms at his
in the Coquille schools included
members of the seventh and eighth last week and on F rid ay evening it sticks, its alw ays Jo h n n y ou the home, Mr. U pton sufferd a fall, in
The officers elected aret met with a local committee at J u s spot, delivering the chicks; it never ju r in g his hip more or less painful
President, Leslie Schroeder, Vice-, tice Stanley’s offices and arranged has to leave the nest, to get its giz ly. H e thinks the jar of his fall r a t
President Marc Sullivan, Secretary, a program for n e x t S aturday night, zard filled, and gossip round like all tled tho ty pe’s in the cases of the
Elsa Peoples, Treasurer, Irene Kime. at which time Dr. Calvin S. White, possessed, till all the eggs are chilled. L eader office across the way.
The second club is made up of state health officer, will he present It tends to business every hour, in
The horse belonging to J, R.
(Continued on last page)
members of the fourth, fifth and and address a meeting ot men only w eather foul or lair, and it is get F o ster was drow ned last week while
T h e officers are, at the court house at 8 P. M 1 T he ting right in flower, with people attem pting to cross Flores Creek. deed nel4 of lot ¡3 sec 13 twp 29 u r 14
A n d while it may be The horse having two sacks of po w w m.
President, Camilla Lorenz, Vice- | lull program of the meeting will he everyw here.
M. S. Crossen et ux to W. H. Morgan
President, Charles Walker, Secre-j
tatoes tied to his back was u.iable q c deed lot 24 blk 28 North Bend. $10
tary, Pauline Chase, T reasurer,, sue. An endeavor will also be made no in cu b ato r’s made you bet, that to battle with the swift curret t
Notice of Final Settlement
Henry Wyburn to John P. Hayts
Mr Ila n in g t o u to h av e a m eeting lor women d u r first cau lay th e eggs. A ud so Mir wi ich carried him u n d e r a pile of bond for deed lot 1 net£ of ne^t see. 18
Notice is hereby given that the under
visited the school garden and ex ing the alternoon of the same day. anda do not weep, and fret around drift wood and into deep water, twp 32 s r 11 w A lot 4 sec 12 A lot 1 sec signed administratrix de bonis non has
and stew, for its a cinch th at we will where he drowned.
filed her final account with the County
pressed himself as greatly pleased
A. E. Simpson et ux to Thos. B. Lane Court of Coos County, Oregon, and the
keep a yellow hen or tw o.— T h e O s
S ay s It’s a F a k e
with the work being done.
of said Court as appointed Mon I Services Sunday at 11 a. m and
et ux war deed lot 6 , blk 0 Barrow A
Strang add to Coquille,
$10 M. a t the Court House at Coquille City, 7:30 p. m.
Baker hi lieveH in agricultural and
IV. G. Cadhy, of the T raders’ Ex
S unday School at 10 a m.
Coos County, Oregon, as the time and
M ore T im es “ A c c u ra c y ”
place for the hearing of objections to
industrial work for boys and girls change, Bandon, writes "o the H er
Reported for The Herald by the Title
and with the view to making this ald to the effect that the ad which
M. E. Church
b A s deed sw% of eeV4, sec 4 twy 23 s thereof.
Guarantee and A bstract Co.
R eferring to last week’s article,
Dated this 25th day of March, 1014.
practical work efficient he is having has been run n in g in this paper of
r 12 w w m.
S u n d ay school at to a. m.
which corrected a statem ent made
M a r g a r e t E. M oody
Preaehiug at n a ra.and 7:30 p.m .
hoys' and girls’ clubs formed in tLe fering “fi Per Cent L o a n s ’’ is a fake.
Win. T. Warner et ux to C. A. Smith
Administratrix de bonis non
in the Coos Bay Times regard in g
Prayer m eeting T h u rs d a y s at
estate of Samuel H.
schools of the county.
Work of He iucloses a letter which be sent
Mary A. C. Dean et vir to Logan
Prosecuting Attorney Liljt-q vist’s Stump, war deed lots 0, 7, 8 , 27 A 28, blk land in twp 20 a r 12 w w m.
7:30 p m. 0 H. B r y a n , Pastor.
this kind is state wide and Coos is to the parties,which run s as follows:
work in tbe Barton appeal ca*e, 36, Portland add to Bandon, $1
Joseph L Laird et ux to Mena , a
already g ettin g in line with the
Bandon, Oregon, April 3, 1914
Notice of Final Settlement
Christian Science Society
and motioning tbe pernicious activ
Henry Sengstacken Co. to Albert W. Woodenware Co. war deed b \\}4 of s t 1^
other progressive counties of the Commonwealth Loan A Securities Co
Corn -r T h ird «n I H 1 I si p * ts.
ity of parties who had appealed to Hegemeister, war deed lot 12, blk 2,
Notice is hereby given that Margaret
State by having these clubs formed.
■Services at 11 a m uext Sunday
the governor without informing Sengstacken’s add to Marshfield, $925. 11 w A lots 2 A 4 sec 3 A lot 1 sec 4 twp E. Moody, admi listratrix of the estate
The County has appropriated $500 D e a r Sirs;
b r 11 w w m.
Thomas A. King, deceased, has filed subject lesson sermon, ‘ P ro b a te n
W ill of Joseph Frizzell, deed, 200
themselves as to what they were
Mabel C. Getty et vir to Bennet Tr iat her final account with the County A fter D eath.”
this year to the County School Fair
Your ad misrepresents your
talking about, Mr. Liljeqvist has acres in Coos county; also 1 lot in Pros Co b A 8 deed Interest in property of Court of Coos County, Oregon, and the Sunday School 10 a. m.
and the hoys and girls are going to way of doing business. I sent you
Judge of said Court has appointed
received an apology from the partv
Wednesday evening m eeting S :• »0
Julia F. (Jetty Estate.
$10 Monday, June 1st, 1914, a t 10:00 oclock
make a showing this year that may $2 00 as a deposit of good faith that
April 6 ,
who wrote to tbe governor.
Knut Knudson et al to Anton Knut a m. at the Court House a t Coquille
be a surprise to the people of the I w a n te d to borrow $200 00 on real
Frank A. Urwan et ux to Alphonse son q c deed lots 6 , 7, 8 , 19 A 20, blk 2 City, Coos County, Oregon, as the time
M. E. Church South
With its custo nary inaccuracy,
and place for the hearing of objections
The later plan
Pierre, war deed lot 4 A se l4 of 8 w ' 4 A Flagstaff.
S u n d ay school at 10 . «. in.
$1 to said final account and settlement
1 the Times made the statement lust |
The State offers ten capital prizes, seut me from Dallas to deposit $2 (»0
Preaching S u n d ay 11 a. m. and
Melvin Hansen et ux to E. W.Fenton thereof.
week th at tbe bearing of the case
Dated this 16 day of April, 1914.
(ten trips to the 1’ in ima-Pacific per month don't suit me, so you
in the Supreme Court would beh eld
M a r g a r e t E. M oody
Frank A. Tran et ux to H. H. Lehm Barton’s add to Bandon.
E p w o ith L eague at 6:45 p tn.
Exposition nt S m Francisco) to the wiil please return me my $2 00 or I
Administratrix of the estate
-som etim e next month, whereas it kuhl. war dead, lois 1, 2, A, 3, blk 1,
P ray er meeting Wed. 7:30 a. m.
ten hoys and girls who win in the will be compelled to take it up with
Alford Johnson Lumber Co. et. ux to
Choir practice T h u rs. 7:30 a. m,
was heard last Wednesday and tbe Riverside add to Bandon.
ten leading projects, v z:
the postal department.
W. Lawrence et ux to R. W. Henne- contract for timber stumpage.
G e t y o ur b u tte r wrapper» at the
A . T h o m a s , Pastor.
I case was argued for tbe state by
1 Corn Growing.
Attorney General Crawford, as Mr. man, war deed eeT^ of ee1^, sec 17, tw p
2 Potato Growmg.
W. G. Cad by.
ST. JA M U S E P IS C O P A L .
25 s r 12 w w m.
Liljeqwat was in attendan ce on tho
et al war deed parcel of land in sec 36
Services first and third Sundays
3 Girls' Canning and I reserving.
On the hack of the above is the
Roman Catholic Church to Leo J. twp 27 s r 13 w w m, being in north end
Circuit C ourt here. On being
Cary et ux, war deed lot 9, V>lk 48, of City of Coquille.
of each month.
4 Girls' Cooking and Baking.
called down the Times then cor Elliotts add to Coquille.
every Sunday at 10 a. m.
5 Boys’ and Girls’ Poultry Rais- “The C S L. Co. of Dallas has
rected itself, b u t not, satisfied with
You are hraitlly w *1« hi .
been taken over by the U S Bank
in g .
E. C. Britton et ux to Sarah A Far in
that, it, as usual drew on its ferti’e i Home Mortgage Co. to Bennet Trust
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
ruptcy Court and Lloyd B. Smith
war deed 1.55 acres in sec 36, twp 28 s r j
6 G irls’ Sewing.
imagination aud stated that Lilje Co. e v i l , All of lot 1 & part of lot 2, 13 w w m.
Bible school at 10 a m.
7 Boys' Pig E n d i n g Contest.
appoint! d Trustco and Receiver.
qv .st'seored Barton heavily” in blk P, Western add to Marshfield.
Christian E n deavo r at 7:00 p. m.
A. H. McKay et ux to Sarah Farrin
S Boys' aud Girls’ Uur lening You may address your communica the b ief. As all who hav r e a l
G. Lee et ux to D. N. Raymond, war | war deed lots 4 A 5 blk 4 plat A Bangor'
Prayer m eeting at 7:30 p.m . each
the brief know, this was pure in. deed ne l4 cf lot 4, and 13,Twp 29 s r 14
$ io ;
Life Bldg., Dallas. Texas ”
w w m.
9 Dairy H erd-R ecord K eeping.
P reaching at 11:00 a. ra. aod 8 : 00 .
ventiou of the Times. While *b»
Luther P. Chandler to C. L. Smith et !
Mr. Cadhy adds th a t he haB re
Herbet Brown et al to Etta Cox, q c al q c deed se )4 of se l4 sec 20 twp 25 s r
10 Manual Arts (Construction of
brief is considered by competent
Yon are cordially invited to all
useful or model articles of wood, ported them to the P. O Depart judges as tnakiug a surprisingly deed. Parcel of land in sec 36, twp 28 12 w w m.
Room and Board per week
16 0q these services
a r 14 w w m.
ment. The Herald reg rets th at one
melal or concrete.)
strung presentation of the state's
Room per night
25c and 50c
T. It McDonald, Minis' er
J. Osborn et ux to Emma Buchanan, R. R. Co. q c deed lot 3 blk 5 N< rth
The boys and girls must win at of its advertisers should piove to he ca«o, there is noth in g th at could
Meal Ticket, 21 meals
w ar deed ne l4 lot 13 sec 12 twp 29 s r I Marshfield.
$1 , Sunday Dinner
the State Fair in order to secure the unreliable. It is impossible to al be considered as a ’'scoring” of tbe 14 w w m.
E, \ \ Smith et ux to E. J. Michael
T i e meetings at tin Apostolic
prize trip to the exposition.
The ways gu ard against such things, appellant. It is a powerful anil
war deed lots 1, 2, 3, A 4 Blk 7 Smiths
F iith Mi-sion, over Anders n's S* e-
County offeree two free trips to the hut if any one who lias unsatisfac straight-forward argum ent, back d
J. R. Ben«on et ux to Philip Alford 1st :idd to Bandon.
ond H a*d Store a-e as f o 'b w s :
Salem fair to two club members who tory dealings iu such cases will le by a long array of decisions, but et ux war deed e 1* of ne1* A sw
T in -d a y , T h ursday ai-d S atu rd ay
Hugh Leneve to D.iisv Rand leu* an
nig hts at 8 o'clock »1 d v uoday
$10 w a r -leed lot 11, blk 2, W aterman's
win in the project work.
These us know we will he glad to give the does not descend to abuse or net* sec 9 twp 28 I r 10 w w m.
i ''scoring’’ of tb e defen l a n t
morning at 11 neb ck an I S un day
U. la>e et ux to John Onborn. war 1 Park Fishers a 1*1 to Bandon.
two y o u n g people will b etak e u care facts.
OREGON POWER CO.
UNDAY SEBVICES IN
CO PLEE CHURCHES
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS