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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1916)
The Coquille Herald
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY
(Continued from page 1)
Entered as second class m atter May saw du st and w aste slab wood from
, 190V at tli« poet oitice at Couuille,
o’regun, underaet ot Con^ese o( March
3 I' '
p, C. LEVAR, Lessee.
Devoted of to the
and cf Coos County generally.
Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance
(he ,nj|| and in this way will be able
t(j J q % wilL part of
.,f the past year in the wav of
freight on slabs which they in the
r have been
„ . to mill have
... at .
from the Smitu
was better than last year, decidedly
F. C. True: ‘‘Business was bet
ter than last year.”
H O Anderson: “ Had more
holiday goods this year, conse-
g en tly sold more. but had some
Cook Bros, About the same as
T h a A m a t e u r a s B o o tm a k e r.
You Wear Good
In the early days when Tolstoy adopt-
t J manual labor as a religious duty be
took lessons in bootmaking to occupy
Mm during the long winter evenings,
lie was at work diligently hammering
tba wooden pegs Into the red sole, an
art he had Just mastered, says the
‘‘Reminiscences of Tolstoy,” by his son,
when Prince Obolenski came tn.
“Look, Isn't that grand?" said my fa Because you know that you owe It to
ther exultantly, bolding out his work yourself to make a good appearance.
for the visitor to see.
It Increases your self respect and the
“It doesn't seem so very difficult," respect of your neighbors. It ts good
said Obolenski, half In Joke.
j business too.
“Well, you try!"
“Right you are!"
“Very good, but on one condition— I
every peg you drive In I’ll pay you •
DUNK BOTTS, Regular Correspondent
rouble, and every one you break you'll
pny me 10 copecks. Agreed?"
All Rights Reservd
Obolenski took the boot, awl and
hammer and broke elgbt pegs, one aft-
Washington Hocks’ calf has re Luke Matbewala attempted what er the other: then he laughed with his
out food humored laugh and amid general
turned home after a pleasant stay is , believed suicide by J ’ jumping
hilarity paid 80 copecks, which went to You should have good printing. Your
in the Bounding Billows neighbor of a pern mm on tree a few days
ago j the shoemaker.
letterheads and envelopes sin uld be of
following a disappointment in p o l i - ---------------------
quality and of superior workman
L a w r s n c s B a r r e t t ’s R o m so .
Mrs. Isaac Hallwanger was at the tics.
Is the kind of work we do.
postoffice Thursday inspecting a lot Poke E izley sp ed several houre a Bu,)|ler a atory abont Lawrence Bar Call and That
us or telephone us and we
of stamps with a view to buying one at the Hog Ford still one day this rett One night Barrett and his old will call on you.
in a few days
week explaining to bystanders whv IHeud, Edwin Booth, met at their club
tj »j i
. . forth
. . it i-i was that
,, , so many men failed,
, ., , ' . and
I n greeUngi
Rez Barlow . has . blossomed
Hog wallow News
V tM l •till. MKKUIANTS SAY.
l’hone Main .181.
II Shroeder: "According to The Portland Journal Bargain
tlie times, I enjoyed a good holiday i Day commences January 1‘Jth and
j ends February 4th. $5.00 for Daily
N C. Medley: "It was a little ! «“«* Sunday; $3.76 for Daily. E. A.
While pupils and teachers have bU bei(er tban ,Mt year Just „ Folsom.
been enjoying a vacation, the j1*»'- few „ J dollars
more. On an average I
tora have been hard at work. The
f strajghl throuRh lhe monlh, it !
results of their labors are shown in ^ abou( the same...
TRIGG—At the residence of her
clean windows, freshly oiled floors,
new lockers for the lunches, and F. C. Pursley: “The trade de-1 daughter, Mrs, Geo. Davis, near
numerous other little touches that veloped better than I expected ; Norway, Or, Jan. 8 , 1!)1G, Mrs.
make the work of the school more though it was not quite as good as 1 Mary Ann Trigg, aged 83 years,
the previous year.”
5 months and 21 days.
The funeral services were held at
After a brief but very enjoyable
t!,e Elliugson undertaking par
visit with home folks at Fort Col
this afternoon, and the remains in a new role, having just accepted had weak etomachs the next morn- every appearance of remembering a
lins, Colorado, Miss Bay returned
be shipped to Ferndale. Cal., a lucrative position with a large ing. It was an illustrated talk.
Notice of Sheriff s Sale
last Saturday to take up her work me, you bet!”
_ t Department
\ * i J t , in
I At the dance in the Calf
„ „ Ribs!
Where are you off to?”
in the High school again.
1£. A. Folsom:
Ry virtue of an execution and Order
His position consists in selling per-[ neighborhood the other night Raz "To a rehearsal," said Barrett.
of Sale duly issued by the Clerk of the
Miss Newell is enjoying a visit fine.”
“What's the play?”
Circuit Court of tlie County of Coos
from her father and mother of Mil- Pioneer Meat Market: ‘Busi-
Barrett said It was “Romeo and Ju State of Oregon, dated the 17th day of
salary, the remuneration is good, as Hostetter Hocks he h-d to put his l!et”
December 1915, in a certain action in
lctte. South Dakota.
ness was very good.”
The Old Year went out with aj he will receive a handsome watch chin rest back on his fiddle.
Circuit Court for said County ami
“And what part do you take?” Booth the
wherein John C. Kendall as plain
Superintendent Howard returned j R. S. Knowlton: "We were flurry of snow that commenced 1 charm as soon as he disposes of 75
asked In sudden access of interest
judgm ent ag 'inst F. L.
Saturday from the State Teachers’ very agreeably surpiised to find about dark Friday evening und con bottles of perfume.
Greenough, doing business under tlie
firm name of F. L. Greenough & Co. for
Association at Medford. The As that our holiday trade was quite a ^ tinued unlit after the New Year was
In lofty Indignation.
lhe sum of Four hundred eleven and
of the Tickville Tid- ! ever brought to this section for a up “Oh,
sociation was completely reorganiz bit better than last year
ushered into the world, giving the iogs The has Editor
dollars on the 6th day of Decem
ed this year and will meet hereafter Fanners’ Store: ‘‘Business was j kid a rather cold teception, In the
is hereby given tb at I will on
is worth living and has bought an J body else’s.
The angered tragedian stood forth In Notice
good; think it was better than last 1 morning the white blanket lay four other sack of flour.
29th day of Januarv 1916, at the
t aughty silence and did not apeak to the
Countv Court House
Claire and Edwin Keltner, re year.
inches thick over the city, and little Tobe Mosely says that while be about the high piice of sugar »0 I'ooth for two days.—Strand Magazine. in Coquille of in the
said County, at 10 o’clock
cently from California, enrolled in The White House: "My holi patches of it still remain in odd cor
in the forenoon of said day, sell at pub
T h a C age d E m p e ro r.
lic auction to the highest bidder, for
the eighth and fourth grades re day goods having beeu delayed, my ners to remind us of the unusual is a Democrat and always votes loDg as Miss Flutie Belcher remains After Elba
the following described property,
Napoleon became a bogey
spectively yesterday morning.
ro-w i t :
trade was not as good as last year.”
and while he is glad the elections The old Miser of Musket Ri'g» British government, whlcb had tbe Southeast quaiter (eeW) southwest
January 15 has been sot as the M. J. Hartson: "Five thousaud
fsw1^) of section 27, township
Democratic iu Hogwallow, he 'j 8 letting the fire die down in his guarding of him. “Lord Bathurst be- quarter
Back to U. of O.
south ranve 14; north half ()fc)
date lor the High school play, “The dollars worth of business in Decem
1 eved," says Norwood Young In “Na- 27,
(n e^ ) section 34,
Rivals.’’ The amateur pluyeis have ber. II we hadn’t gone duck hunt
[oleon In Exile: St. Helena (1815- township 27, quarter
1821),” “that Napoleon spent his time quarter (n e ^ ) northwest quarter (n w ^ )
been hard at work on their paris ing so much would likely have After a brief holiday visit with sums he caught D ig h t before last.
34, township 27, south range
iu concocting plans for escape.” But. of 14, eeetion
his brother iu Marshfield and friends
for several weeks and the cotnody is doubled it.”
all being west of the W illamette
said tbe outlaw to O'Meara, “Where meridian
in Coquille and North Bend, Roy Miss Hostetter Hocks, who is There is a movement on foot to could
Coos county, Oregon.
being worked up in fine shape.
go to, allowing that I got out Taken and in levied
Baxter Hotel: “Had a good Avery left Saturday for Eugene to probably the nicest lady iu Hog- fill up the big gully ue ir the j> s: j of the I Island?
upon as the property
\he said F. C. Greenough or as much
wallow, shocked Yam Sims this week office, but on account of the s ..rci- arrive at I would find enemies to seize of 'hereof
»nay he necessary to satisfy
Clothesline Thieves Caught. Leueve’s Coulectionery: “Con is working out of school hours on by raising only her eyebrows wheu ty of dirt the w'-rk may have to ba me." This panicky dread of Napo the said as judgm
ent in favor of plaintiff
defendant with interest
sidering the times, business was the Eugene Register, and was able she crossed a muddy place in the delayed.
England's annexation of the uninhab thereon at the rate of 6 per cent, per
Friday Deputy Sheriff Andy great."
from the 6th day of December,
It is to be hoped that the di . t - , ited Island of Ascension, 700 miles dis annum
Davis, Constable Hark Dunham Ruse’s Cash Store: “Considering to give his old colleagues on the road.
19J5, together w ith all costs and dis
tant. The even more distant island bursements
th at have or may accrue.
and Tom Walker brought iu "the the way times are, business was Jar
of Tristan d’Acunha was similarly
Alfred Johnson, Jr.
clothesline thief” who terrorized better than we expected.”
Dated at Coquille, Oregon,
this neighborhood a few weeks past.
Frisby Hancock has already made Ford church and building their ence.
The Cooley family at Norway have McDonald’s Barber Shop: "Ac
his mind not to raise a crop next nests on the ceiling By all mear s
been under suspicion for some time
In tbe Connty Court oi the State of Oregon
T h r ift y T u rk s .
summer as the ground is too wet. this should be stopped.
in and for the County of Coos
and a search warrant was secured good.”
domestic science department
by parties losing clothes and the Oregon Power Co: "Business of The
tlie Woman’s Study Club tret
Directly, bowever, he becomes one hav- In the m atter o f of the Estate! CITATION
officers journeyed to Norway Fri was as good as last year. Collec yesterday
CURRY COUNTY CULL1NGS
) m . drew ’, Deceased.)
day, accompanied by Mrs. Wm. tions fine.”
meets tins week to dec.de upon the Th‘ere
|s n trlle he story
of a to Xurklgb
To Thomas A. Drew, Claud E. Drew,
(Gold Beach Globe.)
Manse! and Mrs Clias. Levine, who P. R. Drane “ Busiuess was as
annual budget and to fix tie t x ship which had a wooden propeller Maud H. Bean, Lou VV. Gillespie and
a reading on “Legumea.”
and to all other heirs and
Mr. Sypber fav.ne the prop- 8l,aft- her captain having Bold tbe orlg- Roy R. Drew,
bad lost a large amount ot clothes good as it has ever been on holi gave
of David M. Drew’, deceased,
The lesson for January 17 is the D M. Moore’s store is a nice little osition to build a county roa I from ls aiso the story, equally true, of a bat devisees
some time ago. The ladies were days.”
unknown, if any such there he,
half of the chapter on "Roots pumpkin on exhibition. It weighs Port Orford to Hubbard crick fol tleship laid down many years ago G R EETIN G :
taken along so as to be able to J. A, Lamb: "The future looks first
the Name of the State of Oregon,
beginning on page 134 only 62 pounds and is a product of lowing a route between the bluff whlcb. when nearly ready for launch- You In and
identify their lost clothes if any bright.”
each of you are hereby cited
required to appear in the County
were disclosed by the search Up W. J. Ferberch: "Business was page 140.
the Agness soil, having been raised and the beach, provided a practical for ,ack of fundg A few yearg ,ater and
Court of the State of Oregon, for the
< n searching the house clothes were
by the Smith Bros. Had last sea route can be found over which a j the kaiser, In his capacity of the friend County of Coos, at the Court Room
The literary department of the son
at Coquille, in the County of
at a cost not
Islrxxn. having arranged a German thereof,
louud hidden in the garret and fair.”
been a favorable year for such good r >ad can be built
Coos, State of Oregon, W ednesday, the
will meet January 10, at the vegetables
were identified by both the ladies Parisian Cleaning and Dyeing club
of January, 1916, at the hour
it is hard telling how
Shop: "We were very busy dur usuu! time and place. The program large this one
of ten o’clock in the forenoon of th at
as belonging to them.
11 great s: v- her no trace remained.
day, then and there to show’ cause, if
giveu in the Herald of Decem
been stolen.—London Mirror,
The Cooley family said that ing the holidays; had all we could was
any exist, why an order of sale should
The Globe is author zed by Supt. ing in distance, as compared to tbe
not be made of the real property of the
Harry Hawkins, a young man who
present road over the hill, ami
of David M. Drew, deceased, to-
S id s s t e p p in g a Q u e ry .
stayed with them, had found them Lyons Jones: "Business was
it: the south half of the southeast
Not a Ford Story.
and the south half of the south
staht a ’spute wld me." stated old quarter
in the road near Johnson’s mill. a little better than last year.”
with the Santa Clara. The snper-
quarter of section thirty-four, in
Erother Cuddyhump, “by axin’ tf de west
They said that Hawkins could be Hark Dunham: "Well----------- ! One of the freezing evenings last I intendeut will make an effort to Russ Representative Here world
tw enty-nine south, range
Is round, like some folks say fourteen west
of the W illam ette m eri
found at the Norway store, but it business was about the same as last week Ivan Laird made a tiip out to, have the order duplicated before
’tls, why de doose don’t de people on dian, iu Coos Countv,
d> yudder side drap off. I says to him: W itness, the Hon. John S. Coke,
seems that the Cooleys had dis year; I couldu’t notice any differ Brewster Valley Upon arriving returning from his trip to Salem.
Eureka to represent the Russ inter- ‘Butt It tn wrltin', sah; dess putt tt tn Judge of the Circuit Court of the State
patched a boy to warn Hawkins ence.”
in and for the County of
there he washed his Cadillac car The Agness sawmill closed down eats in handling and disposing of "rltln\ and I’ll consider yo’ dlsten- of Coos, Oregon
and he gave them the slip. How Shore's Pool Hall: “Dad” Shores nice
acting for and in the absence of
,, their . lands
, , adjoining
,. . . . .. this city This
.. . tion.'
h(g b>IoonI 0ck, dat lgnunt nlgger the Hon. Jam es W atson, Judge of the
ever, he showed up just as they says: "There wasn’t any business.” he went out to start the car with Stewart, chief engineer, came down
County Court of the State of Oregon, in
were leaving and was placed under Albert Johnson: "It was just the intention of driving it to this in time to take in the Christmas land, which has been lying uuirn- kain’t write, and I kaln’t read if he and for the County of Coos, with the
seal of said County Court affixed, this
arrest by Deputy Davis. He was booming.”
10th day of December, 1915.
brought to town and placed in jail. Recorder J. S. Lawrence: "Col engine refused to turn over. Upon
A ttest: R obert R. W atson , Clerk.
putt it In wrltin’, uhkaze I don t know SEAL
By D. W atson , Deputy.
best in Oregon, aDd if it be cut up de answer no mo’ dan he does!“—Pitts-
When there is a baud of thieves lected a 5s fine on Dec. 26 th last examination it was discovered that
into small tracts and sold to people burgh Press,
operating and there is danger of year. Nothing doing this year." the engine was frozen. The radia
(Port Orford Tribune.)
them being caught with the goods,
was cracked open on accouut of It is rumored that the Brookings right it will rneau a thickly settled It „ undoubtedly tru6 tbat between
its always the case of one having to Miller's Sanitary Market: “Busi tor
the water freezing in it, and even mill will resume operations during and prosperous agricultural com- the piano and the violin the latter 1*
play the "goat” to shield the rest ness was good ”
were frozen on the axles j coming spring,
muuity at our doors It is gratify- Bie harder instrument to master. The
of the gang, and the officers have Ladies' Bazaar: Trade was far so wheels
., . .. the Russ
, are the
of a machine
they could not he 1 Mrs. D. Carey, after spending ing to see that
and more tccbnlque
I better than we expected and the
their suspicions on the subject.
showing a disposition to dispose of pared with that of the violin Is very
general feeling among our custom-
^ ' 8 pl*ce, returned to her home st the land, and it is to be hoped that much easier to get hold of. The most
Conlogue Bros, to Start Camp ers ¡s Letter titan at any time since There are thou and* of stories on Poweis
human of all Instruments, the violin Is
Ford oars, but this one is going
the price will be placed within the a'most
i we commenced business in June.
boundless in Its demands upon
It ia reported that ' Conlogue
the skill of the performer.—New York
Bros, intend to start their camp
miniDg on the beach between Battle | t 0 buy.
within a short time. Anderson's ness lias been rotten, verv rotten.” Remarkable Basketball Team Hock and Rocky Point, most of'
T h a P s y c h o lo g ic a l M o m e n t.
camp is now riinuing with a crew of Club Cafe: "Business is fine,
them making fairly good wages.
Have you paid the rnnter?
“Now's the time to spring that new
eleven men who aro engaged in get took in a little less than a thous No doubt one of the moat re- E. « 1 . Lone j, who recently moved j
gown on pa."
yhen Th#re Wa# a shak#up
“Why? Is he In a pood mood?"
ting out some red cedar. Crsiue and ”
I Just heard him brag-
and Sturdevant's camp is putting Oerdtng’s Billiard Parlors: "Busi West, composed of the brothers of opened the doors of the Bank of i °f foreign affairs. Signor Prinetti, x»sk- ‘The | that best
the best golf of his
on a good crow of men. Powers'
esterday afternoon.”—Detroit Free
payroll is increasing, and take it all Clark's Bakery: “ Business was brothers of this place. They went noy hopes to hold much of the Port of the staff of the foreign office. The Press.
in all, with tbe price of lumber go lairly good."
to Bandou Saturday * night and won 1 Orford patronage.
to think set
S t r a in o f tho L a n g u a g e .
on "I think
ing up and a good prospect for our Tlie Model Grocery: "Business from the Bandon High
IU take a little flier.”
local mill to start in a short time, it was good; considering things, it on their own floor by a score of 2*2 moved to Ooquiile, where Mr. Lot- j *n^ nt S* o’clock, he found no one there. "In stocks or tn the air?”—Baltimore
looks as though 1916 should be a was veiy good.”
, a •
«, w •
A ,onK search unearthed a solitary A merican.
who was smoking cigarettes.
M a r k T w a in on G e n d e r*.
IL N. Lorent: "My business The team is composed of Harry, fine dairy farm. This farm now has “What
are the hours of this office?” Our ability
to personify a sea ship by
was 25 per cent better than last Walter, George, Charlie aud John one of the finest dairy herdewvn the asked the king.
using the pronoun “she" and to keep
C. H. S. Girls’ Ball Game year
the Zeppelin tn place as “it" brings out
Oerding. The two wee brothers, coaat, having putchaaed Dr. Wetb “And when may ! expect to see your one
strong point of our language. It Is Quality Choosers
Tbe series of girls' basket! 11 M s Wickham (Hotel); "Con- William aud Albert, always accom- erb>V herd of pure bred Holsteins colleagues?”
-so subtle lu French,
“They generally turn up about 11." which has to no be neuter,
or tn German,
games started last night with a c m ’'tig the limes I enjoyed a good ' pany their larger brothers ss sub- on the Star ranch.
“Very well. When your chief comes with Its arbitrary scattering
test betweau tbe Senior* and Ju”
stitutes, and they can put up a good It is reported that the A. F. tell him the king has been here.”
Mark Twain gave as a typical
For Sale By
And then his majesty sent for Signor ders.
iors. Both teams put up a good V R Wilson: "My trade was | game when called upon.
Eaatabiook Company will eDgage rrtnettl
instance of good German: "Wilhelm,
suggested that Instead of where
fight, l nit showed lack of skill in three times as good as last year.”
At ltandon the brothers put up extensively in the railroad tie buai- asking for and more
clerks be should make the kitchen.” “Where Is the accom
throwing baskets. The first half M action’a Confectionery: "It one of the most wonderful exhibi- nesa at Port Orford, and will install It his liustnes* to see that those already i to
and beautiful English maiden?” COQUIllE FURNITURE CO.
ended O to 0 and the final sore war might have lieen better and it could tion* of basketball ever seen st that * cable tramwav for loading tus on the staff attended to tbeir duties. plished
"It has gone to the opera." Mark went
i on to observe that tn Germany a tree
1 to 0 in favor of lhe Juniors
have been worse.”
place, and the Baudon fans could They have purchased sufficient tim
D o u b le d .
Is msle, its buds femsle. Its leaves
After spending the holidays st Kelley’s Place: “I can't biag on hardly believe thiir evra when they Uer to enable them to continue the “1 Just got hack from Rermuda. neuter;
horses are sexless, dogs male,
home, Mies Beulah Price returned it a great deal.”
The New Home Sew ing
cats female. Including tomcats. “By
saw their beloved High achool team business for s number of years.
some oversight of the Inventor of the
Sunday to Coaled", where she is Nosier's Barber Sit ip: “ Better fairly swept off tbeir feet by the County Commissioner Sypber “That's strange."
language a woman It a female, but a
teaching a six mouths term ot tban last year."
visitors It was a victory of which was in town over Monday night, on “Not at nil. They were all married.” ( wife
(wetbl la not.”—London MalL
C. J. Fubrman: "Holiday trade the brothere may justly he proud. , his way to the county seat to attend —Exchange
For the Same