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The Coquille Herald
EV E R Y
Entered as second clase matter May
8, 190'>. at the post office at Coquille,
Oregon, under acto! Contrées oi March
P. C. LEVAR, Lessee.
Devoted to the materia, and social
upbuilding o f the Coquille Valley par
ticularly an 1 cf Coos County generally.
Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance
Phone Main 381.
The Portland paper3 report 35
feet ot water on the Columbia bar,
the result of the extension of the
That would seem to
be enough tor the present use ot
that harbor. May we now expect
to see the Columbia river influences
lined up for the improvement of
other Oregon harbors, while the
Columbia waits for further appro
priations until they are needed?
We may not.
In spite ot the rumor of a week
ago that the appointment o! a post
master for Coquille had been made,
it seems that the question of suc
cession has not really been settled.
It will probably soon be decided, as
the term of the present incumbent
expires on the first ot March
Without making .ny comparisons,
implied or otherwise, with other
candidates the Herald would like
to express the opinion that J. \V
Leneve would be a very efficient
postmaster for this city.
alad large experience in cleric
work, and it is to be noted that
both the Coquille hanks call on him
when they need his services, as well
as the court house officers and
others. This is a pretty good indi
cation of his qualifications for at
tending to the business of the post
office. With quickness o l. motion,
he would be well adapted to handle
and distribute mail without the dis
tressingly long waits to which the
patrons of some offices have been
subjected. He is affable and ac
commodating, and it seems ¡bat he
would make an excellent postmas
The Portland Telegram publishes
a Marshfield dispatch, telling how
Portland is "losing” trade to San
Francisco because of delay in freight
shipments lrorn the tormer towu
since there is only a ten day steamer
service. It also tells of the effort of
a local Coos Bay shipping matt to
charter another steamer to relieve
Why anyone in
Coos county should want to buy
goods in Portland rather than San
Francisco, is one of the things no
feller can find out. It is true that
when we had a regular five-day
steamer service from Pottland and
no regular service from San Frau
cisco the former city had the advan
tage in that regard.
there seems no good reason why a
dollar ot Coos county money should
go to the pawnshop 011 the Willa
The industries of Coos
county have been developed with
San Francisco money; the products
of Coos county have found their
market in San Francisco. Portland
buys nothing ol ns and shows no
disposition to buy anything
great deal of co 1 is used in Port
land, but none rtf it fs mined in
Coos county. She has no use for
our lumber. She does not buy our
Even the shipping
facilities by which It became possi
ble lor Portland to cut into the
Coos county trade were all furnish
ed by San Francisco capital up to
the time the S. P. placed the Break
water on the run.
The tire which
laid San Francisco in ashes fur
nished Portland her first opportun
ity to break into the business of
Coos county, she never would have
made it herselt.
It is true that she
seems to "want ’ our money worse
than San Francis o does, but that
does not seem to be a good reason
why she should get it.
BEYERS—In Coquille, Ore., Janu
ary 11, 1016, Mary Mabel, wife of
Ji see P. Beyers, aged 34 years, 10
m mths ami 23 Jays
Mary Mabel Lanbirn was boro
Bear Myrtle Point, Ore., on Febru
ary 2 2 , 18S1. H.r childhood was
spent on her fathr r's farm ou Mid
dle creek, neat McKinley, and a hen
she was a young girl her parents,
Mr Hnd Mrs. L. A I.awh ru,moved
to Coquille in order to givs their
children belter educational advan
Mabel attended school at
the old Academy here and at the
state normal at Monmouth, and
died, 12 years ago. her fa.her was w< ks has been the n >st severe on to Sau Fraucisco.
too poor to k eep her and her bro atcckyet experienced this winter.
Blessed is the man who baa pleuty
ther and sisters.
He placed them .Snow baa been piling up 10 the of fodder for his cafffe these Jays
in different families
Then a year mountains, and much hail aud aleet
A paragraph in the Youtu'a Com
later, he died. He left Mary a pic that melted as it struck the ground panion says: "Beware of making a
ture ot herself, her mother and has fallen along the roast.
Sheep liar of your fiieuda.”
1 M. L. Hunt,
con- Burns of the Farmers’ Union how
Frances O 'B rim
2 Abbie E. Elwood
baby. Oil the picture was written aicerable loas among last year lambs i he likes to be “ made a liar bv his
3 Motta E. Hansen
Hazel I. Matthews
1 her father’s name, George F. Sy- and tbe loss bids fair to be a heavy
friends.” When J A Maze bought
4 Ernest J. Sidwell
32 Rishia McDonald
one before spring arrives.
barley of a “ farmer” aid it
5 Mina Magness
33 Jewell Sprague
The family which took Mary
Three w itnesses in the rase of was so rotten bad that the U. S.
34 Helen Robbins
6 Estel la Wicklund
couldn’ t keep her.
She went 10 Win. Shook, who is bs.og field on a
36 R. W. Tavenner, prin.
experiment station test was only
7 Ruth Hedden
to another white slavery charge preferred by ,
8 C. A. Howard, supt.
2 0 .21 per cent, he could not get
She was taken all over the state by two Marshfield girls, left Gold Bench
Clara E. Sprague
J. W. Crites
any reply to hie letters of protest.
Mrs. Edith R. McLeod
eight different families.
She does last week for Portland where their
He did not g* t his money back
39 Mrs. E. M. Giddings
Ada May Newell
not know the names of any of them. testimony will be taken before the j
when he notified the “ farmer ’ to
40 Mrs. Mary E. Thompson, prin.,
Mabel J. Hansen
About eight years ago Mary was present term of Federal court. This 1
oame across with the money or a
Inez K. Chase
in charge of the Boys' and ia Shook’s second trial, the jury iD
41 W. E. Smith, supt.
law suit would commence.
Girls’ Aid society.
On November th.. former trial having disagreed.
Victor P. Morris
Mrs. Elena Minard
1 9 , 1909. she was adopted b> Mr. Several additional witnesses from.
did Dot have to guess on, so the
and Mrs. John Longnecker.
She Cooa bay as well as the three from
“ farmer” came across with the price.
Elfie M. King
Gold Beach, were called for tbe Some of tne money that tbe ••farm
Mrs. May A. Hull
Lena M. Schneider
older, she looked upon them as her trial.
Mrs. Eva Wise
er” received for bis “ seed’’ barley
father and mother.
May N. Allen
Etta E. Darnell
ia still glued to him.
9 F. A. Tiedgen, supt.
The girl secured work two years
Mrs. C. A. Davidson
Woman’s Study Club
has not as much faith in the word
Roy E. Waite
Mrs. J. S. Whitaker
ago in a local department store She
Mra. Daisy B. Short
A. J. M. Robertson
The domestic science department of one human ns he had, remembers
chummed with a girl named Polly,
C. A. Davidson
the paragraph iq thy Youth’s Com
S. J. Leland
who worked in the department ot of the Woman’s Study Ciub held
42 Audrey Bryant
K. M. Barager
panion aud smiles with his nose.
which Francis H McMenamin.now
-43 May B. Lund
Royal F. Niles
Recently we bought some “ cheap"
afternoon. In the absence of Mrs.
deputy county clerk, had charge.
47 May me V. Kane
E. W. St. Pierre
seed of the Portland Seed Co.
49 Selma Thomas, prin.
A mouth ago Polly and Mary Young, the leader, who is ill with
and it was not what we expected.
talked it over. Mary had develop
Did they haggle or quibble or lie
Frances E. Franse
Frank L. Grannis
ed a yearning to see her brother by Mrs Knowlton.
Helen M. Sprague
Not for a minute; they
At tbe close there was a talk by
and sisters. The brother was five
53 Jewell Sprague
Marie T. Maloney
made good to a greater amount
years old when the family was
54 L. W. Turnbull, supt.
Ethel A. Reese
than we would have thought of
J. O. Ervin
One sister was 3 years Should Eat,’’ after which Mrs.
Beulah A. Stebno
There is pleasure iu doing
H. W. Quigley
old, and the other w?« only 3 Springer gave a reading on "P o
business with men who think more
Elizabeth J. Rodgers
Mrs. Louise M. Wilbur
The tessou for the uext meeting of their word than they do of a dol
MeMenamin told Mary to write
Helen R. Corning
K A. E ASTON
7, fs the second half of lar.
to Mr. Coffey. The girl wrote, and
then she went to see him
COUNTY COURT OF THE
Ida E. Gamble
lieved she had lived in Coquille beginning with “ Preparation” on IN THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR
when her mother died, hut she did page 140.
Ethel M. Rosberg
Grace E. Griffin
The literary department will meet In the matter o f the estate /
She believed her
Kate S. Chatbum
Ellen M. Larsen
o f Walter Drane, Deceased f
uncle had driven a stage, but she next Monday, Januaiy 24 as already
Maude M. Ash
Notice is hereby given, that, in com
wasn’ t sure about that, either.
10 Grayce Krantz
pliance with an order made by James
Watson, County Judge o f the County
11 J. B. Bedingfield
Coffey wrote to several men in
Court o f the State o f Oregon for Coos
12 Kathleen Maxfield
on the 8th day o f January,
Norma L. Venus
Mrs. Winnifred Russell
1916 and to me directed: I will on the
N jrth Bend
day o f February, 1916 at the hour
13 E. L. Coe, supt.
In regard to the Bickness at ti is 9th
membered the Sypbeis very well
o f 10 o ’ clock a. m. o f said day at the
Myrtle M. Baker
J. F. Grubbs
door o f the Court House o f said
Aud he knew where Mary’ s sisters
Ella M. Rea
( has. W . Perkins
Coos County, in Coquille, Coos County,
Mrs. Ulyssa C. Woodbury
and brothers were
State o f Oregon, offer for sale the fol
Hattie Tee Garden
“ Matilda K. Sleep
aunt and a cousin ot Mary were in prevailing disease i- known as “ Vin lowing described real property belong
ing to said estate, to-wit:
“ Edith A Irish
the hotel the night he received Cof cent’s Angina.” It is vny conta
Commencing at a point 16 rodB and
58 E. R. Jones
Pearle E. Heath
50 feet west o f the point where the
59 J. D. Finel
Edna E. Dow
section line running north and
that feet is that the doctor has ten quarter
glad to see her, Gallier said.
south through the center o f Section 1.
60 Roy A. Giles, prin.
Helen R. Mende
Township 28 south, Range 13 west of
Florence M. Goodman
Earle A. Brown
Mary’s brother is with his uncle,
Willamette Meridian, intersects the
ot a mild quarantine wherever there south
Mrs. J. A. Fitzpatrick
line o f Spurgeon street in the
is a chance of the infection being City o f Coquille, Coos County, State o f
Oregon; running thence south 520 feet,
61 Mrs. Emma E. Easton
Pauline J. Bahr
with families near Bandon.
Mary spread. He and Dr. Low have be more or less, to the north line o f a par
63 Grace Barker
o f land sold to Ida E. Rich by E. S.
aud her sisters aud brother are go
65 Sarah DeVore
Spurgeon: thence west 98.5 feet;thence
66 Melvina M. Fox, prin.
north 520 feet, more or less, to the
ing to get together within a we k
control and it doeB not seem to be south line o f Spurgeon Street; thence
Ellen E. Fox
east 98.5 feet to the place o f beginning;
67 C. E. Mulkey
14 Laura J. Wilkins
spreading any further.
He further excepting a right o f way described as
CURRY COUNTY CULUNGS
69 Jeanette G. Leggett, prin.
- Beaver Hill
informs us that there is no cause follows: Commencing at the northeast
15 Lulu Alta Day
corner o f above described parcel o f
alarm, and that prognosis is land, thence south 200 feet to ditch,
71 Nell R. Gilfillan
17 Flora I. Foreman
thence west 10 feet, thence north 200
72 Beulah Price
18 Eva L. Dresser, prin.
Eight feet of snow is repotted on
feet to Spurgeon Street, thence west
children. The disease affects Ibe 10 feet to the place o f beginning, to
73 Clara O. Miller
the mountain between Dothan aud
77 S. C. Sherrill, prin.
21 Dollie Robbins, prin.
highest and best bidder for cash.
'hroat and is accompanied by mem-
P. E. DRANE,
Irene E. Weekly
Administrator with will annexed of
22 Esther I.. Byerly
Rain, bail, sleet, strong cold wind
theria No oDe is exempt from the the estate o f Walter Drane, Deceased.
79 Lulu Miller
25 Elma M. Roberts
and most everything elBe disagree
liiease, but it goes harder with
26 Hilda Monaan
80 S. S. Darnell
able in the weather line has pre lnldren thun adults.
82 Ernest C. Loyd
27 Wanda E. Harry
vailed since our last issue.
85 T. C. Young, prin.
28 W. M. Coleman
Dr. Hamilton states that the re
Chas. B. Flanagan
30 Edna McDonald
In this issue nppears tbe an port that he will close down the
31 E. S. Gam well. prin.
nouncement of Miss Kate Lehnberr -cliool has no foundation, and that lflFAILtoCURE111CANCER1rTUMOR1tr.il
Mrs. Ellen E. Kelley
J. F. Burkhart
before It POISONS f lit fluids i r itticbas to BONE
for the nomination for the office of such a course will not be necessary
Without Knife or Pain.
The numbers omitted are mostly those o f summer schools, which have not at this date, January 15, 1916,
County Treasurer on the Demo if the [arents will remove their No PAY Until GUREDl
sent in contracts for the next term of school.
Miss Lebnherr is a children from school as soon as WRITTEN
No X Ray or other
Curry county girl, who by her owu 1 b e y learn that they have been in swindle.
plant makes the cure^
Any TUMOR. LUMP o r !
efforts has acquired a good educa fected with the disease.
SORE on the lip, face^
or b o d y l o n g i s
later taught several successful terms ones nodded and she said reverently California Not Ail Sunshine tion and has taught many success
Dr. Walter Culm, countv health C A N C E R ; it never
until last stage
in Coos county.
“ Thank God.’ ’
A few moments
ful terms of school both in C >os ifiicer, states that he lias be. u noti pains
120-PA 6E BOOK sent i
FREE, 10,000 testi- (
December" 1 I, l'.Hfl, she was mar- later her brave spirit left the tired
fied that there are four families at monials. Writ« t i MM
Jas. W. Curry, who for many
ried to Jesse P. Beyers, and after a body.
years was a resident of Curry coun the offije she aspires to, Curry ibis place under quarantine.
trip to California they built a coin-, The funeral was held at her home
ty, and who moved away about a county will have a competent nnd -ays that tbe disease is contagious, i t O J i y n C D and always poisons deep arm*
fortable home in Coquille.
I Sunday, January 16, aud burial was I year ago, in renewing his subscrip- obligiug officer, that will neither <s be thinks all throat trouble and ■* U M n u E L l l pit glands and KILLS QUICKLY
One woman inevery Tdiesof cancer—U.8. report
refuse many who wait too long & must die
About eight yearsago she began in the I. O. O F. cemetery. Many tion to tbe p ort 0rford Xribune get druDk nor spit tobacco juice on lagrippe aie, but he doesn’t think We
Poor cured at half price if cancer is yet small
to fail in health, and »hen the doctor relatives and friends gathered to j writ(>(, in part a8 follows:
it is very serious.
At the same Dr. & Mrs. Dr. CHAMLEY & CO. S S V M
“ Strictly Reliable. Srtatast Cancer Specialist living"
pronounced her trouble tobe tuber- pay a last tribute of respect to one
time he wouldn’ t advise anyone to 434D
‘ There is considerable sickness
t 436E Valencia S t , San Francisco, Cal.
K I N D L Y M A I L T H I S ta »■tom «IU C A N C E R
eulosis her husband took her to
mix with families afflicted with if
here with grippe and several have
California. She look treatment un that had been lavished on her.
An election has been called at
died with it, but we are all quite
“ T h e R iv a l« .”
der specialists in Los Angeles and
She left to mourn her early pass- we„
My twQ 0,de„ children wei)t Gold Beach to vote on incorporat
later in New Mexico where they mg her husband, a son, Lyle, aged to gchoo, thjg morniug although it ing tbe town.
Sheridan's comedy "The Rivals”
built a homo at Albuquerque, hop 10, a daughter, Margaret aged 8, - WRR raiD;Dg and the gr0UD(} w„
Mrs. Eva Crockett, who has been which was given by tbe High school
ing that in the more favorable cli her father and mother, three broth white with snow.
at tbe Masonic ball last Saturdai
It has frozen the
mate her h »Itli wohld l>e regained, ers, ami many other relatives far water pipes twice this winter— how turned to Rogne river last week night, was a decided success in
but although everything that fam and near.
is that for a tropical climate?
It where she will reside with her mo- every way. Tbe young performers
acted tbeir parts in a manner that
ily aud friends and the best medical
doesn’t rain much here, hut it is thei, Mrs. Thus. Smith.
delighted tbeir audience anil cov
skill could do w h s done, her health
Card of Thanks
Mrs. White, daughter of Mrs. ered themselves witn glory.
juBt as cold as at Port Orfotd. I
could not be restored and about
| live six miles from Pomona and 36 Moore who runs the Wedderburn School Superintendent Howard who
two years ago they returned to Co-
The undersigned wish to express miles from Los Angeles and down hotel, was in tewn Saturday night trained them ia entitled to great
mong friends and their thanks for the assistance and *ow 'n 'he
and it ia still colder on her way to Bandon to undeigo credit and haa a right to feel proud
of tbe results achieved.
relatives she has faced flic inevitable sympathy so freely given by their! ^
an operation. She was accompanied ceipts amounted to about sixty dol
with sweet resignation and an un friends and neighbors at the time
by her husband.
lars, which will help to defray the
Finds Lost Relatives.
of the last sickness and death of the
It is reported that the Brookings expenses of the 1916 “ Laurel,” the
A few weeks before her death she beloved wife and mother.
High school annual.
The following, appearing in tbe j company in southern Curryand the
—■ — « • * ■
I egan to fail more npidly, and she
J. P.Beyers and children.
Owens Lumber company in north
had to relinquish many of the little
Mr. and Mrs L. Lawhoro
ern California, have consolidated
will be of inteiest here.
f isks she had been pleased to per
and that operations at tbe big lum
Mrs Wm. Culbertson and some
“ And I've go* uncles, and aunts, I
form as long as her strength per
of the children are down with tbe
mitted Ten days before her death
, year-old Mary Longnecker, in .n ™ ° c . in tbe early spring,
she suffered a hemorrhage which
Mr. Strickland who lives on Ibe
" I 'v
e got a
Stewart \\ bitsett was in town
J. H, Hart arrived last week to incredulous voice.
wr akem d her fo am li an extent tha)
over Saturday night returning from Miaard place is gripped with tbe
she ha f to take to fur tied, but she work this vicinity as salesman of family just like other girls!”
loving the Raleigh products aud has estab- j
She was talking to John B. Cof- * buaintaa 'tip fo Gold Beach. Mr. grippe.
retained to the I i»t
T each ers
Employed in Coos County, Oregon
I WILL GIVE $1000
Any LUMPin WOMAN’S BREAST
th o u g h t, ulus a fur those
around lished his headquarters at the Bled-
her. She gave minute direction» in soe House. He came in with his
regard to iirrangemcuts that should team while the recent snowstorm
be made after she should have gone, waa in pregress, and he had an in-
and the Sunday before her death, teresting time of it in the Rock
though very weak, she fudged her ertsk canyon. Atone times large
childien with their Sunday school limb came down between the team
lessons "My tunc has come, I am and wagon, nnd begot blockaded by
ready,” ahi « .id, ai d she was so j fallen timber ahead and behiud him
eager to go
At the last she asked j
“ Am I going ' One of her loved
H ave you paid the Printer?
fey, county clerk
Coffey had just " bitsett, whose home is in Bandon,
told her that he had fouud her tw o, h*a arrangements made to put a
sisters and her brother, from whom nuu,h r of hold c.ra ou the run
she was separated 12 years ago. from his town to Rogue tiver as
She does not know the names of *oon 88 *Pr' n8 opens,
her brother and sisters.
She can -; Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Sherrsrd, of
not remember how they looked. Bandon, who spent the holidays
Within a week she will be with visiting at the T. L. Carey home at
Wedderburn. passed up the coast
Ivan Laird teporls that there is
seven or eight feet of snow on tbe
summit of the Coast range.
When Masters, o. Douglas coun
tv, went out with his cattle bs
bought in Coos there was about
five feet ot snow on the summit.
There is about one foot of snow
in Brewster Valiev
Mary Longnecker used to be on ,h«'ir "t u rn one dav last week. fell the Dight of ;be 14tb met.
When her mother
The weather for tbe past two
Mrs. Easton is borne from her trip
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