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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1915)
E u t Fork Items
Last Monday night about 12
o ’clock loud blaata were heard,
Some thought it was the uoiee of
road work, others that it waa anoth
er "naval battle off Coos Bay. ’
Now it ia thought that the salutes,
fired in honor of the mariiage of
Mr Bennett and Josie Weekly of
Coquiils, who were viaiting Mrs.
Bennett’s sister, Mrs. Jeff Crosby,
were almost as many is Uncle Sam
demanded of Huerta and did not
get. The boyc surely bad powder
to burn for the rumble and roar car
ried for 10 miles or more.
the game at Myrtle Point may prove
Kime and Von Pegert
a valuable lesson and do much to
Sell Their Bnsiness ward winning lutuie victories.
W n R. Young was found guilty
by the jury last week in the case in
Kime A Von Pegert have sold
which he and Mrs. Quigley were in
their garage ahd machine shop to
Mrs. Quigley's trial did
Frank Leslie made a trip to
C. W. Gardner and Herman Larseu,
not come off, as the charges were
Marshfield last Friday.
of Marshfield, the deal being con
withdrawn after she and her bus
last week. The business
Be ready for the cool nights
band had agreed to make a new
will be conducted under the old
of rich gold strikes in “JetTerHOu’’
name of tbe Kime A Vun Pegert
county, eastern Oregon.
for their home in Curry county.
Oarage and will he in charge of Mr
K. F. Morrissey has soli his in
James O'Brien was convicted yes
terest iu the Coos Bay Paving Co.
terday of robbing the Bohemian sa* Gardner, who ia a thoroughly com
petent machinist having been in
to S. C Small, who is now sole
loon, in Marshfield.
employ of tbe C. A. Smith Co.
A number of offenders were
to put at your feet. The
for a number of years. Mr. Ltr
comfort one affords is
sen, wbo is engaged in the dredging
Take the A. D S. White l'me cure
morning for sentence.
worth many times the
Ralph Edmunds, convicted of business ou Coos Bay, will be a si
N Harry made a trip to Co
W. S. Wheeler, who had lived on
forgery, was given the statutory lent partner. Messrs. Kime A Von
Coos Bay since 1868 , died at Marsh quille aDd brought back a lot of sentence of two to 20 years in the Pegert will be found at tbe garage
peniteniary, and was then paroled. for tbe present, while they wind up
We haue several grades and field last Wednesday night, at the
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Robert Thom, the barkeeper con tbe affairs of tbeir businesc.
Cc ncentrated rations for soldiers
sizes from the little face age of 8 t.
Both C. I. Kime aDd Fred Von
The legality ot the so-called Blue have the disadvantage of trying to victed of selling liquor to a minor,
baqs to the large three
Sky law, aimed at the wildcat placate an unlettered stomach that was fined $ 100 , which was paid by Pegert expect to move to California
in the spring, and they will probab
quart water bottles.
stocks, has beeb upheld by the su demands bulk as well as nutriment. McAdams, his employer.
ly engage together in the same line
of business in which they have
Thu quickest correction for a sick
Every rubber item not
fined $ 100 , with the understanding made a success here. The move is
stomach is A. 1). S. Sodium Phos
satisfactory is returnable
that if he pay $50 and the costs of caused mainly by co »¡derations of
The rainfall record kept by B. B. the trial within five days the bal health. Mr*. You Pegert, during a
here—could any thing
The steamer Eureka, L rmerly on
printed today, shows an un ance of the fine will be suspended.
short residence in tbe south last
be sold more fairly?
the Coos Bay run, went to pieces at
Curly Bilrings, who made a plea year, found her health so much bet
Point Bonita, last week, with the usually great amount of water fell
during the year 1914, and the fig of guilty, was given the fixed sen ter than here that a change was de
loss of one life.
ures —75 inobes and over—show the tence of two to 20 years in the pen termined OD.
I am iu the market for Cbitham
Kime and Von Pegert have been
T he Rexall Store
Bark,Butchers’ and Farmers’ Hides, true rainfall for last year. The cus itentiary, with the provision that
tomary amount of rain during a sentence will be suspended if within in business st tbe present location
Wool, Pelts and Furs.
G e o . T. M o u l t o n
year is about 65 5 inches and the ten days be marries the girl against for four yesrB and have built up u
flue business. Both being good
The Coos County Bar Association weather bureau estimates from Sep whom his offense was committed.
workmen, progressive, reliable aud
holds its meeting end banquet this tember first to the following date of
accomodating, their withdrawal from
evening, oourt adjourning at 4 p. m. the same month. However, 1914
Dr. C. W. EN DICO TT
has the highest record for some
tbe field i> ill be regretted by all,
on account there of.
P k n t ib t
Last night the rainfall
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Belieu have and the best wishes of all tbeir old
Office over Firat National Bank
Why have a cold? The A. D. S. years.
Phone Main 4SI
Cold and Grippe Tablets will fix it. amounted to 1.40 inches and for cotne to Coquille to reside, from patrons will follow them when they
the 24 hours, 1.76. Compared with Marshfield. Mr. Belieu is a repair go away ta engage in the same line
E. D. SPERRY
The semi-monthly social meeting last year the fall from September man for tbe Coos and Curry Tele of work in another field. They ar
A ttoknky and
of the Coquille Seniors was held at first is much greater, the figures be phone company which has located good citizens and good neighbors
COUNBKI.I.OK AT LAW
the home of Miss Edna Harlocker ing for 1914, 38.01 and for 1913, him at this point so that line troub and tbe kind that the community
Office in Robinson Building
les, here and st Myrtle Point, as hates to lose
last Tuesday evening.
well as along tbe l o D g distance
A. Media, of North Bend,
W. C. CHASE
leads on the upper Coquille, may
spent a tew days last week iu this
A ttoknky at L aw
have more prompt attentiou aud
city, where be has relatives and
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg
We. the undersigned, wish to an tbe service generally improved.
The Educational League was ad-
many old acquaintances.
nounce to the public that we have New installations of telephones may
last Friday afternoon by
For a run down feeling that A. sold our business to Messrs. Cbas.
C. R. BARROW
D. S. Sodium Phosphate is great. W ’ Gardner and Herman Larsen, now be made more promptly thaD Mr. H. O Anderson ou the subject
A ttoknky and C ounsellor at L aw
Mr. Gardner will when it was necesury to wait for of industrial work for cbi'dren. He
Office Phone 335
conduct the business He is a first- tbe ¿Dataller to come from Marsh closed hisaddiess by dwelling upon
Residence Phone 346
the value of gardening for children
Klamath Kails on a charge of failure class mechanic, having been con field.
nected with the C. A. Smith Lum
aud suggessted that this was one
to support his wife, was picked up ber Co for several years, and needs
J. J. STANLEY
form ol industrial work which could
by the officers here last week.
no further introduction We thank
be started without expense. A com
The big steamer Hazel Dollar ar the public for their patronage and
Mrs. Allen Collier was given a
we ask that they continue to pat
mittee consisting ol Mrs. Lawrence,
rived in Coos Bay last Thursday to
ronize the old stand under the new
Mr. R. S. Knowltou and Mr. J. J.
load 60U tons of pulp from the C. management.
urday night at tbe home of her
A. J. SHERWOOD
Stanley was appointed to co operate
A. Smith pulp mill, for foreign ship
daughter and son-in-law, Mrs and
K ime & V on P egert
A ttorney at L aw
with a committee from tbe Social
Mr. Ben Curry. Some of the old
First National Bank Building
f r i e n d s w e r e ^ a t h r r o d t o g e t h e r e n d Hygiene Society previously appoint
A guaranteed cold cure at Knowl-
B s w i m o f O in tm e n t* fo r
ton's. A D S. Cold and Grippe Catarrh That Contain Mercury the evening was spent with the ed, to work out some plan to carry
as mercury will surely destroy the sense game of Five Hundred and social on a gardening contest .or tbe
L. J. LILJEQVIST
o f smell and completely derange the
whole system when entering it through
These present were schoolchildren of the town. During
A ttorney at L aw
the mucous surfaces. Such articles should intercourse.
surveyor, has employed au his as never be used except on prescriptions Messrs and Mei iamea Allen Col the past three years the Coquille
First National Bank Building
from reputable physicians, as the damage
sietant John F. Polley, who is a they will do Is ten fold to the good you lier, Beu Curry, A J. Sherwood, schools have carried on a school
can possibly derive from them. Hall's
thorouyhly competent civil engineer Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. (Valter Sinclair, John PaulsoD, T. garden which has proved of great
Cheney A Co.. Toledo. O.. contains no
mercury, and is taken internally, acting M. Dimmick, Char. Evland, W. J, interest and value to the pupils.
of long experience.
directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces o f the system. In buying Hall’s LongstoD, Mrs. D D. Pierce and This work will be continued, but it
A ttorney at L aw
H. M. Shaw, M. D., eye, ear, nose Catarrh
Cure be sure you get the genu
It Is taken Internally and made In Mrs. Nicklio.
Mis. Collier was the was thought that additional value
aDd throat specialist, of MarshfielJ,
Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney A Co. Tes
would be derived from having gar
will be at Hotel Baxter Saturday, timonials free.
recipient of a nicecut glass dish aDd
Sold by Druggists. Price 75c per bottle.
at home as well as at school.
Jan. 23rd. Glasses fitted.
T a k e H a ll's F a m ily P ills f o r e o a s tlp e tio a .
Owners of vacan' lots which are at
Thos. Rooke, who tell from the
present used for no valuable purpose
Another Tom Preston
roof of a barn near Myrtle Point
will be called upon to donate the
Special Bargain Days last summer, died at his home in
T >m Preston, who was under $50 use of them for the benefit of the
North Bend last Tuesday as a re
RATES: One cent a word, each in bonds to answer a charge of gamb garden contests.
Daily and Sunday, 1 year $5 .0 0 sult ol the accident.
sertion. No charge less than 15 cents' ling, before the circuit court, pre
Mr. W. L. Kistner ol tbe board
Stopping an ad to save money is
D a ily ______________________ 3.75
ferred to jump bis bail. Tbe name of education spent the whole of yes
Sunday O n l y _____________ 1.50 like stopping a clock to save time. RANCH W A N T E D -to rent on C o has a familiar sound to all early res terday visiting tbe schools.
quille river, stocked or without
Advertising is an insurance policy
idents of Marshfield, where “Old called at three of tbe rooms in the
S em i-W eek ly ______________
against forgetfulness—it oompels
l-12-4tp Tom Preston" was once a noted Academy and at four of those in the
Subscriptions to be Left at the
people to think of you.—Evening
character. He was an old Engliah main building.
OLD NEWSPAPERS—Cheap at the
man-of-war’s man, much addicted to
Austin Hazard started for Pasa
The Arrow line steamer Paraiao,
drink. When be got drunk he al
dena, Cal. yesterday with his par
which runs between Portland and
WANTED TO RENT—A dairy ways wanted to fight, and he was ents and will attrnd high school
San Francisco calling at Coos Bay,
ranch stockad with cows, without never known to either whip bis man there for tbe remainder of the yea:.
has discontinued her passenger ser
machinery and horses. Best of or to acknowledge himself licked.
Inquire at Herald More than one of the old-time scrap
vice and will carry only freight
Take your subscriptions for all
IQI4-1S A T
12-22-41 pers wore himself out on old Tom papers and periodicals to Folsom’s
Cure that cough. Use the A. D FOUND—Lodge emblem w a t c h and was obliged to deave him still Confectionery, and save expense,
trouble and risk.
S. White Pine Rt Knowltou's.
charm. Loaer call at Herald of emitting defiance and vile epithets.
WINTER SHORT COURSE— JAN. 4 -3 0
fice and prove ownership. 11-17-tf Finally be fell ¡Dto the hold of a
A g ricu ltu re , including Agronomy,
The dairymen of the valley cow
Animal Husbandry, Dairying, Horti
vessel and broke his neck.
culture, Poultry Husbandry, Insect»,
A FEW CHOICE LOTS in Knowl-
Plant and Animal Diseases, Cream
this city tomorrow an d will banquet
The local High Scoot basket ball
tons Heights can still be bought
ery Management, M arketing, etc.
at noon in the W . O. W. hall. The
H om e E c o n o m ic», including C o o k
at ten dollars per month. They
team suffered defeat at the hands of
ing, Home Nursing, Sanitation, Sew
banquet will be pieceded by a busi
are 64^x175 ft Inquire of Ned
ing. D ressm ak in g and M illin ery.
At the meeting of the Farmers’ the Myrtle Point team on the lat
ness meeting aDd followed by a so
C o m m e rce , Including Business Man
held last week the following ter’s floor Friday night, the score
agement, Rural Economics, Busines«
Law, Office Training, Farm Account
$6000 FOR A FARM—Here is a officers were elected by the Coquille being 21 to 10 . This was the first
E ngineering, Including
Tiy a Htrald want ad for any
chance for a farmer: A 62-acre local: Nick Johnson, president; W. schedule game this year and opened
Shopwork and Roadbuilding.
thing you want to buv or sell.
farm; 60 bottom land; 15 acres G. Brandon, vice president; Mrs. the season for high school basket
P A R M E R S W E E K — F E B R U A R Y 1-4
under plow and 15 acres more
The reprinted items of early day
A general clearing house session of
ball in the county.
slashed ready to burn; good creek D. H. Burns, chaplain; Mrs. W. G.
six days for the exchange of dynamic
news, in theiCoos Bay News, tell of
The Myrtle Point team is a good
Ideas en the most pressing problem*
of running water on the place.
a New Year dance given at Utter
•f the times.
Lectures by leading
fast bunch and play an excellent
authorities. State conference*.
City 33 years ago, at which 75
game but,notwithstanding this fact,
16 miles from outer guard.
couples were present, supper being
Coquille, on plank road, mile
Offers lectures, movable schools, In
tbe boys from here put up a hard
stitutes and numerous correspondence
from postoffice andschool. Terms
served at the Centennial hotel
fight and they earned every point.
Death from Paralysis
courses on request.
on part if desired. Investigate
How many can locate the place?
Coach Leslie attributes the defeat
MUSIC: Piano, String, Band, Voice.
this if you want s fsrm.
While working on the log boom more to tbe condition o f t h e
Parker B Holland, of Marsh
Reduced rates on all rail
roads. For further informa ion address,
last Wednesday, John Smith hall, which differs radically from
field, was in town yesterday. He
The Oregon Agricultural College,
suffered a stroke of paralysis from tbe one here, than to superior
(t» -U -l-t o -1-1»
CO R VA LL IS. ORBOON is looking for a ranch on the river
which he died Saturday morning playing on the part of Myrtle Point
to rent and has a want ad in this 1
He was an honest and hard work and promises that the Coquille shall
issue There seems to be a scarcity j
ing man about 45 years ol age and redeem itself when they meet that
os ranches that may be rented at
leaves quite a large family in poor team on the home floor.
this time, and renters find it hard to |
The funeral was
get a location.
Tbe boys are in nowise discourag
by tbeir defeat but are practic
The Celebrated Berqmann Shoe
ing more consistently than ever;
The Strongest and Nearest Water ful is the meeting between some of
Proof shoe made for loggers, miners the Marabfield men who are maroon-
determined to prevent the repetition
prospectors and mill men.
John F. Moore and Alberta C. of the results at Myrtle Point last
ed over here during circuit court
621 Thurman Street
With such a spirit pre
and their friends from the Bay city—
P o rtlan d O nuooa
Clee Wingo tod Betty Foote
and how quickly they adjourn to |
Agent for Coqull'e
K obt L. Miller and Sarah Anna vailing among the players and the
student body ot tne school as well,
H .N . L O R E N Z
All cold weather drinks will be
found at Folsom's Confectionery.
Hot Water Bottle
FUHRM AN’ S PHARM ACY
Saturoay night a Marshfield in
dependent teim played at Norway,
winning over tbe team there 26 to U sed D. D. D.,
1 9 . Arrangements have been made
A ll It c h in g G o n e f
wbeteby the Marshfield Independ
T h i s I* ISft a c t u a l e x p e r i e n c e o f A n n «
an. S anla R ° « a . C a l., -v lt h t h e w on -
ents will play an
d erful D a D I-reacrlptlon.
team here io tbe near future, the t h e m il d . w a ' s O h f t h i a t p r g o i v v e e n a t E n c a i t e u m n t a r C e l u i r e « f
111 a ll fo rm a o f a k i n t ro u b l e
exact date lieing yet to be decided
C le a n s e s the s k i n o f a l l • m p u r t l l e a __
w aahea a w a y n l o t o h e . a n d p im p le » .
I . Ti ? the s k i n a s s m o o th a n d h e a l t h y
a a th a t o f a ch ild .
8 ,,i # c P o t t l e 0« t h i s w o n d e r f u l
E n e m a L u re t o d a y a n d k e e p It In t h e
W e k n o w I h a t » . D. D. w ill d o »11 t h a t
1» clainiw d f o r it.
The Modern American
For Women ^
L au n dry
Style, comfort, fit and durabil-
ity are potent factors in the
»election of shoes that meet
with the popular approval of
the well dressed woman.
U iz &D u n n C o
Z Footwear >6r Women Z
lend that air of individuality
wom an seeks to attain.
new Fall and W inter styles
. . . .
are distinctive and will appeal
to the most discriminating.
•- Lyons & Jones ^
Is one of our most im
portant and useful indus
tries. Its business is that
o f selling Cleanliness.
The whole family wash
ing can now be sent to
the Laundry aud handled
by it with perfect satis
It makes for
domestic tranquility and
the economic betterment
of our social life.
Think o f the harmonious
condition of mind o f the
whole family when the
worries of Washday are
no longer a part of home
life. A family washing
of four dozen pieces done
Rough Dry f o r o n e
dollar and twenty cents.
COQUILLE LAUNDRY &ICE CO.
Fred Von Pegert
Wishes to announces that
he has the agency for the
above named automobile
for 1915. His headquarters
will be at the Kime & Von
Pegert garage, where a
complete supply of parts
will always be kept on
hand. ?. Save money by
BUYjIN.G A F O R D
U A V I N G leased the plant of the Co-
quille Mill and Mercantile Com
pany, the undersigned is now prepared
to fill all orders for any kind of
Tlieo. Berjman SbocMfg.Co.
Especial attention will be paid to the
local demand, and every effort will be
made to supply anything needed at the
shortest possible notice.
E. E. JOHNSON
Premium Hams and Premium Bacon “ The Last Word”
when it comes to quality. Every piece branded. Look
for this brand if you want the best.
Aak Y our Dealer
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