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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (March 2, 1915)
L. A. Liljeqvist returned from
A1 Hite was up from Bandon,
j the Bay this morning.
Monday, on business.
Save money by buying your Gar
Pat KacklifT of Myrtle Point was
Get your hutti r wrappers at the
den Seeds in bulk, instead of small
in town today on business.
> packets, at Knowlton's Drug Store.
The school district Boundary
Geo. LairJ, of Bandon, was in
Judge E. D. Sperry was down
Board meets here tomorrow.
town last Tuesday.
town today and wavs he is recover
Doru Harrison, of Myrtle Point,
F. L. Greenougb, of Bandou, was ing from the illness that has had
him in its grip for some time.
was in town last Saturday.
in town on business Saturday.
Is the glistening white
ness of well-kept teeth
The first episode of the new serial
H. H. Hammond was over from
picture, “The Exploits of Elaine,"
the Bay on business, last Friday.
in which Pearl White plays a lead
Win. Thomas is again seen on the
Home-mand taffies, brittles etc.
ling part, will be shown st the
streets ofour rity after a loug illness.
at Folsom’s Confectionery. Always
Graud tomorrow night.
F. P. Herman, of Myrtle Point, fresh. Try them
Rose’s Cash Store just received
was down last Friday, to settle his
C H. Dungan, of Marshfield, was
their first abipment of Spring goods,
greeting his friends in town Satur costume crepe, lace crepe, rice cloth,
W. H. Scbroeder, and son Earl day.
and audubron novelty Also a nice
took a joy ride to Norway in their
L. Moon, proprietor of the L ou line of Spring gingbams.
vre restaurant, went to Marshfield
Morris Wilser.wbo returned from
Dr. Sol Eodicott, of Bandon, was last Wednesday on busiosss.
California recently was accompanied
a business visitor in this place one
The brothers in
Onion Sets, ibe best that can be by bis brother.
day last week
grown, 10 cents a pound.
tend to opeu up a paint shop and
Knowltoo’s Drug Store
also a tailor shop in this city in the
Magnetos and generators repair
ed, bought and sold. Kime & Von
Claude Ford returned Saturday near future.
tf to Beaver Hill, where be will com
Geo E. Chamberlain, a new ar
Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Bryan went plete paintiug the new school house. rival but not the senator, will open
to Bandon yesterday afternoon for
Frank Thrift was seen purchasing a confectionery stand next door to
a few day's visit.
a wedding ring today. Now what the Grand theater, where a room
Choice Onion Sets 10 cents per
pound at Kuowlt- n's Drug Store.
will rem ove the tartar from
your teeth and make them
white and antiseptically clean
T h e use of this daintily per
fumed p ow d er will
E lim inate D isease B reed in g
G e r m s ,S tr e n g th e n the gum s
an d m ak e th e m outh and
b rea th s w e e t a n d clea n .
M oney back
i f not satisfa ctory
25c a can
Sold only by us
F U H R M A N ’ S PHARMACY
T h e R exa ll S tore
P rolessional Cards
Dr. C. W. ENDICOTT
Office over First National Dank
Phone Main 431
A ttorney and
C ounsellor at L aw
Office in Robinson Building
W. C. CHASE
Office in Rielimond-Barker Bldg
C. R. BARROW
a n o O ocnskm . or at
Office Phone 335
Residence Phone 346
J. J. STANLEY
LAW YE R
A. J. SHERWOOD
First National Bank Building
L J. LILJEQI/IST
First National Bank Building
Sweet’s high-grade chocolates
! and box candy at Folsom’s Confec
Many salmou-berry bushes sre in
full bloom. This is a good inelica-
I tion that Spring is close at hand.
E. D. SPERRY
Sumner’s Orchestra went to Bea do you suppose he intends to do
ver Hill Saturday night to play for with it?
! a dance at that place.
The G. A. R. and W. R. C. are
Louise Mansell returned Friday holding their reunion today, the
from Hnseburg, where she was a Myrtle Poiut members being the
| witness in the Barton trial.
guests of the Coquille organization.
Theo. BcrgmaD ShoeMfg.Co.
M anufacturers o f
The Celebrated Berqmann Shoe
The Strongest and Nearest Water
Pr iof shoe made for loggers, miners
prospectors an'' mill men.
621 Thurman Street
P o r t l a n d , O reoon .
A g e n t tor C oqu ille
H.N. L O R E N Z
1 W ill Give $ 10 0 0
I f I F a il to Cure
ANY CANCER OR TUM OR I TREAT.
N O K N ir C . N O P AIN . N O PAY U N T IL C U R E D
ANY LUMP In WOMAN'S BREAST Is CANCER
if h a rd ; it always poisons deep glands
in the arm pit ami kills —
q u ickly.
A ny tu m or,1
lump, or sore on the lip,
face or body long is cancer.
An Island plant plaster and
blood specific make the
cures. WRITTEN GUARANTEE.
120-page book sent fret*.
Testimonial» of 10.0HO cured
— see or write to «nine.
— -.. —
H. J. Mohr, of Marshfield, who
Dispatcher of our local rail
road, is the proud father of a baby
j is the
the lungs caused
The pussy willows on display in
Our great success Is In our teaching, ethical
advertising and finding cancers while smell. L> nevt’ v confeelicnery window liv
RATES: One cent a word, each in
Mints 0M Or. A Mrs. Or. Chamley A Co. for Book
Registered M. I>. In California 25 rears.
ed through the year 1914. They sertion. No charge less than 15 cents'
4 3 4 I 4 3 6 Valencia S t, Sen Frandeco, Cel.
K IN D LY M A IL T H IS to someone with CAN CER .
p o T iv s T
OREGON and W ASH INGTON
A D ir e c t o r y o f e a c h C it y , Town and
V illa g e , g iv in g d e s c r ip t iv e s k e t c h o f
e a c h p la c e , lo c a t io n , p o p u la t io n , t e le
g r a p h . s h ip p in g a n d b a n k in g point;
also C la s sifie d D ir e c t o r y , compiled by
b u sin e ss a n d p r o fe s s io n
K. I. P O L K A CO., AEATTLE
were picked on Feb. 1, 1914, and
SHOE REPAIRING—Done prompt
h u e never been removed from the
ly and done right. Prices r ason-
able— C. H. Dondono, at the
Last Saturday several members of
the Coquille Rod and Gun Club FOR SALE—Seven-year old mare
were engaged in breaking blue-
and two-year old colt.
rocks. with the object of getting
their eves in trim for the big shoot FINE RANCH FOR RENT— With
in March. Sam Sherwood had high
18 cows, all kinds of farming im
I gun, makiDg 22 cut of a possible 25.
$800 per year cash
rent. Pacific Real Estate Co
[ p a p e r
In order to clear our shelves we are offering
20, 30 and 40 cent Wall Paper at
10 C E N T S P E R R O L L
Complete House Furnisher
Lairc: Building I
By far the worst defeat they have
suffered this season was the recep
tion of tbe local high school basket
ball team when they went to Ban
don last Saturday night The boys
played hard aud made a splendid,
though unsuccessful, effort to over
come the handicap of poor lights
and a slippery floor.
was 33 to i t .
The Steamer Dis
patch ran aa exclusion for tbe
game, and a large number of fans
accompanied the team from here.
Many of these stayed over and spent
Sunday on Ibe teach.
Next Friday tbe boys meet Myr
tle Point here in their last game for
tbe season. This will undoubtedly
be one of the most interesting games
played here this year.
lost at Myrtle Point in the first
game of the season but the boys
have improved wonderfully. It is
also understood that Myrtle Point
bas also had some valuable addi
tions to tbeir team
Last Thursday the local Inde
pendents defeated an Independent
Bandon team by better than a 5 to i
score, the final count being 57 to 11.
This team has put up some of the
best basket ball ever seen in the
county, in the games they have
played this season, and in the one
Thursday their team-work was ex
ceptionally fine while the entire
team showed great skill iu basket
These teams play at
Bandon in the near future and if it
is possible fpr a visiting team to
play there without falling victim to
the smooth floor and lack of light,
then the boys from here should win
as they out class tbe Bandon team
from start to finish.
Tbe arrangement of the fittings
of tbe new post office seems well
adspteil to tbe convenience of the
postmaster aud his assistants; but,
1 am in the market for Cbitbam unfortunately, that of tbe patrons
Bark,Butchers’ and Farmers’ Hides, must have been entirely lost sight
Wool, Pelts and Furs.
of by the designer.
G eo . T. M oulton
Captain Hark Dunham is sending
R. H. Southstone, accompanied a copy of last week’s Herald to the
by bis wife and child, visited with Customs officers at Portland with a
friends in Bandon the first of the note telling them that the article
week and returned home Wednes thereto voices his sentiments re
garding their letter to him, and sug
Rev. ( ’. A. Bryan returned Satur gesting that if they waDt to bear
day from North Bend, where he had from him again they inclose a stump
been aesisting at revival meetings for reply.
in the Methodist church during the
Chat,. Page, of Bandon,* accom
panied by bis wife and child, were
I Coquille visitors on Thursday of
C A Machon bas added a roomy
C. A. Gage, last Friday, roved
the w oods with tw o big bloodhounds magazine rack to the equipment of
I in search of varmintB, but he was bis news stand, which furnishes a
convenience for tue buyers,as well ae
Knowlton’s Drug Stare carries a boosting the sales.
full line of Garden and Field Seeds,
William Meeker, a well-known
| also tbe best Onion Sets at 10 cents old resident of this rity has just re
turned from an extended stay in
Dr. Hamilton of this city, who re California
He expects to return
moved f f c i . Croy’s arm at the Mer to the South in a few days.
cy Hospital last week, reports his
Large supply of Garden Seeds
both in packets ami in bulk at
Knowlton’s Drug Store
M. G. Puhi, of Bandon, came to
(bis city last Tuesday to have Dr.
Hsrry Folsom, traveling sales
Richmond remove a cancer from his man for Tillman A Bendell, has just
leturned from a trip down the coast
Prosecutiug Attorney L. A. Lil- ] as far as Gold Beach. He reports
jequist returned Saturday from ‘ imes down the coast as being fairly
He came by way of good.
Miss Beulah Price returned Fri
Representative O. R . Barrow re day from a visit to Daniels creek,
turned the first of the week from where she will commence teaching
Salem, where he has been uttending school March 15th in the district
located about four miles from Coos
It is both cheaper and better to River.
buy your Garden Seed iu bulk.
W . C. Laird went to the Bay
Knowlton’e Drug Store
yesterday to take the Mapleton
It is reported by farmers on the stage line. He is going after Pent-
river, that since the season bas land,who is wanted for his evidence
closed for ducks they actually roost in the Russell murder case and who
in their back yards.
is being held for the arrival of the
Mr. Liaird expected to get
E. E. Johnson, of this city, bas officer.
received word from bis sister at San back next Monday.
Rafel, which reports his father to
Thursday evening G e o r g e P.
be slightly improved.
Goodman had the misfortune to
Jap Yoakam made a business split bis band open with an axe,
trip to Mirtle Point Monday. This while cutting kiudlings. Geoige bas
is bis first appearance for a week as only bten married a short time snd
has evidently not become s cus-
be h.is beeu sick4vitb lagrippe.
Mrs Leon Gregory died at her tomed to a husband’s duties about
Lome in the Fat Elk distiict Sat tbs house, one of which is to see
urday night. It is reported (hat that hie wife cuts the kindlings.
has been fitted up for him in tbe
FOR S A L E — Fresh milch cows, 31
head mohair goats, good ranch
team, barber chair. Hill & Mur
OLD NEWSPAPERS -Cheap at the
At its meeting last Thursday even
ing, tbe city council opened tbe bids
for $17,000 water bonds, snd found
an offer from Wright A Co , of
Denver, offering par and accrued
interest and a preraiuu of $220.50,
and one from the Lumbermen's
Trust Co., of Portland, off: ring par
and accrued interest and a premium
The latter bidders
were vouched for by L H Hazard,
of the First National bank as a re
liable concern, and their bid was ac
Chairman Lyons, of the Street
Committee, reported that tbe First
street property owners had definite
ly refused the so-called compromise
offered bv the council aud had made
a counter propoaition which invol
ves the completion of the improve
ment of the street with a four-inch
concrete top. Mr. Lyons Baid that
still another proposition was in pro
cess of being worked out.
tion was taken.
At the regular monthly meeting
last evening nothing was done but
to pay tbe usual batch of bills and
chew tbe rag over pending and im
Adjournment was taken to Thurs
day evening, when tbe necessary
preliminaries to tbe city election on
May 10th will be attended to. The
proposed charter amendment which
is mpessary for the validation of a
bond issue such as has beeu banging
fire for eometime will then be sub
mitted to a popular vote.
Ladies’ Aid Supper
The George Washington chicken
snpper given by the Ladies’ Aid of
the Methodist church last Tuesday
evening, while not so well attended
as could have been wished, was I bur
oughly enjoyed by those who were
fortunate enough to be there. Dec
orations of flags >md greens gave
tbe oomfortable, well-lighted room
a festive appearance. Little huckle
berry trees, bung with candied cher
ries, and standing in mounds of
green moss on which lay a lit
tle hatchet, formed the ceDter
pieces for the attractively laid ta
bles. Tbe menu was all that could
be desired: Chicken, creamed pota
toes, pickles, jellies, canned peaches,
cake and coffee formed only part of
the repast; and everything was de
licious, sod in abundance.
Won't Quit Smoking
M. G. Pohl, one of the first set
$6000 FOR A FARM— Here is a
chance for a farmer; A 62-acre j tlers in this valley, who is now liv
farm; 60 bottom land; 15 acres ing near Bandon. was in town Sat
under plow and 15 acres more urday. He is taking treatment for
slashed ready to burn; good creek a cancer which has developed on
of running wster on tbe place. ; his lower lip. When asked if it
Good house, and all necessary were a tobacco cancer, due to smok
16 miles from ing, be intimated that it made no
Coquille, on plank road, mile particular diflerence, as he did not
from postoffice andschool. Terms propose to quit smoking, which had
on part if desired. Investigate been a comfort for many years and
this if you want s farm.
B. Fol was one of the <ew remaining to
Cleared on Arson^CHarge I
School Superintendent Baker re
turned Sunday from C oob river,
where he delivered an address at
the dedication of the new school
house erected at the forks of the
river by the consolidated school dis
trict. He reports an attendance of
about four hundred people at the
exercises, w tell were held in the
evening. This district is now in a
position to have the best school in
tbe county. It is tbe tbiid richest
district in the county, having an as
sessed valuation only a few thousand
below that of North Bend, while
there are less than 200 pupils in the
district. Tbe high school courses
will be added as tbe pupils advance.
The building is a fine structure and
will furnish a good home for tbe
H. C. Skertelt, who was arrested
on the charge of having set fire to
the Bunker Hill boarding house in
which so many lives were lost, had
his preliminary examination before
Justice Penuock at Marshfield, end
ing yestnday, and was cleared of
Tbe case was hotly
contested by District Attorney Lil
jeqvist on one side. R. O. Graves
and C F. McKnight on the other.
The effort of the district attorney,
howevtr, seemed to be only to pre
sent his case fully, and in (he sum
ming up lie did not urge tbe bind
ing over of tbe accused, but left it
up to the justice.
From the -vi
dence that cropped out it seemed
that Skerrett had beeu performing
some queer financial stunts and
that this is whal gave size to tbe
suspicion of arson.
Verdict of Simple Assault
The jury in the case of J. S. Bar
ton, tried before Judge Hamilton at
Roseburg last Tuesday and Wed
nes lay, biougbt in a verdict of sin .
pin Hssault. J u fg o Hamilton im
posed a fine of $300 and ci sts, tbe
latter item amounting to something
like $1000. The testimony is re
ported to have been practically the
same as that given on the trial here,
snd it is said that tbe jury at one
time stood 8 to 4 in favor of acquit
^ t.a n d Piano(;Selecdons' ’
' sent« and Uliutrates
the most deanble
’ varietie» of Med* lot
the Northwert. The be* ol every
thing tot the market o> hoax gar dan, the
farm, the orchard, the poultrym.n tod the
A reliable u d tale «aide to
your purcKwm end a refer «-nee bool whit
thould be in tbe head, of every powmt
A rk for catalog No.
PO R TLA N D
SEED C O .
Regular aa the Clock
a n d Bandon
Can Catch “Shiners”
A sportsman of this city was in
formed by Mr. Cattron, the U. S.
District Inspector of Oregon, that
it was not unlawful to catch the
small fish called shiners, which
abound in this river. Mr. Cattron
is supposed to be good authority on
any game laws of this state.
said that there was absolutely no
law prohibiting tbe catching of
Kenneth Lawrence is up Imm
Pr spur, and -.lavs that the Pros
per mill has shut down, o w in g to
the fact that it h-s such a large sup
ply o f lumber on b and that they
have to watt until the steamer
Elizabeth cotnes iu and takes it o ff
tbeir bands, thus making room for
the next shipment they intend saw
Coquille is Best
Morris Wisler, who accompanied
Dr. Pettet on his tour of California
last summer, returned here last
Thursday. He came by the way of
Gardiner and report« this place a
regular gold mine alongside of tbe
towns in the valley. He says that
in some places the people are on the
verge of starvation and that there
are hundreds of idle men every
have so much faith in Its curative pow
ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any ease that It falls to cure. Send
for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Bold by nil Druggists, The.
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
The Coquille Valley Creamery
has just received a complete cheese- ■
making outfit. If tbe prices war- ]
rant it this year, they will make
cheese. T. B. Klock, of Seattle,
who was recently in town says that
he thinks that tbe price on cheese
will be high enough so that this
creamery can sell it to good advan
tage. Mr. Klock bandlea all tbe
butter and cheese that is shipped
from the creameries on the river ami
on tbe bay side.
During the month of January the
Coquille Creamery paid three and a
half cents more for butter fat than
waa paid in Humboldt County dur-
Under the new tax law passed by
tbe last legislature one half the tax
can be paid by April first and tbe
other balf by October firrt without
any interest or penalty being added
On any tax not paid by April first
there will be added one per cent
per month interest until Sept. first
when they become delinquent and
• • •
Have von paid the printer.
M U SIC
C. A Corbit, our well-known lo
cal taxidermist, expects to leave to
day on the Nann Smith tor San
Francisco, where he is taking a fine
lot o f specimens ol Oregon’s game
birds and animals. He is to have
bis exhibit in tbe Oregon building
Deadtneu, tbe trapper, is reported
on tbe fair grounds.
to have caught four wildcats od
animals there are four deer, two
Cunningham creek lately.
bear and a large number of squir
rels of different varieties. He also
$100 Reward. $100
bas a large assortment ol birds, con The readers
of this paper will bs
to learn that there is at least one
sisting of ducks, geese, eagles and1 8 leased
readed disease that science has been
to cure In all its stages. and that is
all upland birds, Mr Corbtt recent able
Catarrh. Hall s Catarrh Cure Is the only
cure now known to the medical
ly moved his stock to the old New j positive
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional
disease, requires a constitutional treat
England building on tbe corner of ment.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure Is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
Second and Hall streets. His wife and
mucous surfaces i f the system, there
destroying the foundation of the dis
will look after the business during by
ease. and giving the patient strength by
building up the constitution and assisting
nature In doing its work. The proprietors
New Tax Law
First-class fare only
Up freight, per ton
E. & E. T. Kruse
24 California Street, San Francisco
J. E. NORTON
A g e n t, C o q u ille , O r e g o n
Will Have Exhibit
Cheese Outfit Received
L a r g e Assortment
D E N V E R . C Q I /Q
To H ave
The Heauy and Disagreeable
Burden o f the Family Washing
Made as Light as Possible.
W ill D o
COQUILLE LAUNDRY &ICE CO.
The N e w Shoe Styles
Z A r e Truly Feminine
N ever h a v e w o m e n ’s s h o e s
played a m ore important part in
correct toilette than during the
com in g Fall and W inter Seasons.
A s is usual, ou r stock com prises
all o f the accepted m od es for
formal an d informal wear. Their
elegan ce o f curve and contour
is restrained by g o o d form —
refined b y g o o d taste. D evoid o f all exaggeration,
U tz &D unn C o
footwear fa Women
m ake their a p p eal to every w om an w h o appreciates g o o d form , g o o d
and unusual w earing qualities.
Y o u o w e it t o yourself and to you r p o ck e tb o o k to exam ine these splen-
d id n ew m od els before m aking you r selection.
Y o u are alw ays assured o f courteous treatment and expert fitting at o i r
l L Y O N S & JO N E S ;
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