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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1916)
IR R ITATED
Oi orge L iid was up from Ban-
Dr. Mason wng down from Myrtle
Ray Gilkey whs up from the low
er river Friday.
should be given immediate attention.
Orona cleans aluminum, bath tubs
and bowl.;. At Anderson's
The condition should never be al
lowed to become chronic, and that
Lyons A Jones.
is just what is liable to happen if
the irritation is not at once
Theda Bara in “ The Devil’s Daughter”
at all times at
W E. Dung in w is over from tbe !
Tuna Fish at Lyons & Jones 15c j
Mrs. F. Wilson was down from
Myrtle Point Friday.
£ R .e r a i l
Try a can of that Tuna Fish st
Lyons A Jones — only 15c per can.
TH ROAT PASTELLS
Juke Machado wag down
Myrtle Point Tburs lay.
Doc Barker was in from Fiirview
tbe middle of the week.
will quickly soothe and restore nor
They also strength
en the vocal organs.
Taste good — you'll like them
Dr. C. W. ENDICOTT
D e n t ist
Office over First National Bank
Phone Main 431
G. EARL LOW. M. D.
P h y s ic ia n
an d su rg eo n
Office over Farmers & Merchants
Dr. G. W. LESLIE
Graduate of the American School
of Osteopathy of Kirksville, Mo.
Office in Eldorado Block
Dr. R. H. HOPKINS
h ir o p r a c t o r
Ira Chase and wife were
from Powers Wednesday.
good for singers and speakers.
E. D. SPERRY
Office in Robinson Building
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg
C. R. BARROW
Office Phone 335
Residence Phone 346
J. J. STANLEY
several weeks ago, was removed
from tbe Oregon Rooming House
Sunday and taken to his home. He
is improving rapidly atid iu a short
time will be able to get about on
two good pins.
W a tc h M e !
W '/JS L ' á '/ ó
L. J. LILJEQVIST
First National Bank Building
Supplies are high
Machinery is high
Overhead is high
But laundry prices haue re
m ained the same.
We have given the mat
ter of laundering years
o f careful study.
have kept persistently
at the task to produce
work that was free from
harsh methods. We have
ing process has recently
been improved. Proper
washing is the founda
tion upon which is budd
ed the art of successful
tion guaranteed or mon
: : : : :
COQUILLE LAUNDRY RICE CO.
There is no doubt left in the
minds of the hunters now in regard
to the season being closed on ducks.
State Game Warden Fiiiley last
week notified Game Warden Thom
as to close the season hero the 15th
of thin month.
According to the Slate law the
season is open for two more weeks,
but the huDters have to sit back
and, so to speak, "take their medi
cine.” When it is figured out that
the season should really begin now
instead of euding, it can be realized
The Milh-r Bros, last week had I just how bitter the medicine really
the si 1 soreen removed from the j8. Of all the raoting and raving
front wiudows of their meat market' and pleading that the hunters do
and replaced by big plate glass ! every year,there is never the least
panes. The market has now as- change made in the law
sumed an up to date aspect as well uo change is ever made to favor the
as beiug neat and clean.
hunters on the Coquille.
When the duck senson opens at
T. Halvorson, who was formerly
in tbe tailoring business here and this place the first of November
is now locatfd at Silverton, Oregon, tbeie is hardly a duck on any of
spent a few days in town last week, the thousands of acres of marsh
having been called here by the land. But over on the bay and io
death of his son, Henry Halvorson, the lakes around Portland there are
lots of ducks—ducks that scarcely
which occurred at Marshfield.
have their eyes open and don’ t so
People here should appreciate
much as sport a single tail feather.
the manner in which the mail con
The hunters slay hundreds of these
tractors have dealt with their prob
birds every year aud still the game
lems in the last few weeks.
commission pretends to want to save
spite of enow and timber blockades
the slaughter of ducks.
there has been hardly any delay in
are sincere in this then why don't
the arrival of the outside mail at
they take off the first month of the
this ¡dace. Quite a contrast to old
duck season, (for that is the time
when young ducks are unable to
Mrs. W. W. Stratton, who has
prote t themselves) and tack an ex
been playing the piano at the Scenic
tra month to the end of the season?
went over to North Bend Sunday to
If this was done there wonld be
accept a similar position there at a
such a howl ot protest go up from
picture show. Mrs. StrsttoD is very
Coos Bay’s sports that it could be
attentive to her work and is trying heard half way to Portland aDd
hard to perfect herself in the line of
would be echoed back again from
playing for the pictures. Mrs. Tyr
that place; which goes to show what
rell has taken the position at tbe
a soft thing they have.
If the season were changed this
1 Simplex Cfeam Separator, !>00
way then all would stand a fair
1 Little Giant Rus
sian Steam Turbine Separator, 400 show, instead of a few gun clubs,
1 Remington Sboles would-be sports and millionaires
Typewriter No 11 in «ood condi hogging the whole business
tion. At Quick’s Second Hand Store.
I’m a Lively W ant Ad.I
First National Bank Building
Season Is Closed
Sewing machine oil and needles
Last week Harry Hawkins, ‘ the
clothesline Ihief, was sentenced to
serve six months in tbe county jail.
He pleaded guilty to two different
W. H. Mansell has now made ar offenses and was sentenced to 3
rangements to handle mill wood months for each.
from tbe local mill.
F. C. Pursely has now adorned
your order and get a big load for his store building with a large plate
Since lowering the
building Hnd inslading the big show
windows he now has an up-to-date
place in which to accommodate the
A. J. SHERWOOD
T o be shown at the SCENIC Wednesday, Jan. 26th
N U RSE
A ttorney an d
C oUNBKI.LOB AT LAW
John Hicks, late of Marshfield,
Frank Houtoon, of Norway, was
Peaily Crowley was in from Brew
has started a cafe between McDon
a Coquille visitor Friday.
ster Valley Thursday.
John Hurley, the cattle buyer,
Bargains in wall papers at Ander ald’s barber shop and Dunham’s
pool hall. It will be culled Hix
was up from Bandou Friday.
Call on Lyons & Jones when you
wants your hides. Better see him
Geo. Holt, who has been trapping
want a Nemo Corset.
about it. He wants furs also. 8-3-tf on Middle creek for several months,
J. L. Knight, of Myrtle Point,
Alumishine polishes aluminum was taken very ill with la grippe last
was a Coquiile visitor Friday.
and silver. Get it at Anderson’s.
week and was brought to the home
Mrs. Lem Cochran was down
Marriage licenses have been issued of his parents in the north end of
from Powers visiting relatives last
to N. A. Nelson aDd Elizabeth R. the city where he is improving.
Fox, Oscar F. Aver and Bessie
Chester Adams, the expert who
Try a GO watt nitrogen electric Haga.
has set up all tbe lineotype ma
lamp in your reading room. Get it
The C. H. S. basketball team chines in the county, is illuminat
went to North Bend last Friday and ing the Sentinel office with bis per
Tbe lady who lost her store teeth
defeated the N. B. H. S. team by a ennial smile for a few days, while he
near Arago needn’t be bashful
score of 24 to 14.
gets the new line into operation.
about claiming them.
We won’ t
asked about the rumor
give ter away.
tric lamps— twice the light with the that he wus about to build a garage
Dick Hrncock, one of the life- same current consumption— at An-
on east First street, Geo. Robinson
saving boys at Bandon, was iu Co detBon's.
said that he had no present inten
quille transacting business Thurs-
The latest in shipping circles is
tion of building, although he in
that the Breukwater’s return to the
tended to do so whenever he was
New plate glass wiudows now Coos Bay-Portland run has been in
sure of a tenant.
stare at each other across First definitely postponed.
Babv Buggies and Runabouts
street, from tho Coquille Haber
Bert Hurdenbrook pleaded guilty All kiDds of Fruit Jars, Stone Jars,
dashery and tbe Pionei r meat mar and was sentenced to from one to Stone Churns, and 1 10 gal. Barrel
ten years in the penitentiary tor lar Churn, good as new.
Second Hand Store.
Wall Paper and House Lining at
condition of good behavior in the
Hunters Concede That
Earl Schroeder who broke his leg future.
Mrs. N. L TYRRELL
April showers wont stop me from
helping you to move. I'll aid you in
selecting another homa Look in my
want ad. columns.
R ATES: One cent a word, each in
sertion. No charge less than 15 cents'
FOUND— On the Myrtle Point road
a set of false teeth.
LOST— Amethyst pendant, siver
setting Finder please leave st
Herald office and oblige owner
MONEY TO LOAN on improved
ranches, 1 to 5 rears. F. E. Con
way Bond & Mortgage Broker
GASOLINE LAUNCH for trade for
milk cows or young horse. Apply
to Frank Burkholder
SECOND HAND T Y P E W R IT E R -
Pittsburg Visible; does first-class
work. For sale cheap. Inquire
at Herald office.
Bright Child Dies
B u t e o f Ol io, c it y o f Toledo.
I.a .a C ounty,
Frank J. c
' -- m
s oath that he fa
Thursday moroing Helan Boldon,
fter.i >r * • tn ». f tl.o fin.i o f F . J Chaney
A Co., ilGlrur bu. '-'v-“ * In th^ C ity o f T o aged 8 years, passed away at the
ledo, C l 1 -.” i. - I Liau- aforesaid, and
that c 1 '
• : 1 T v the sum o f O N B home of his parents in this city.
H U N T »ni: » 1JOLLAU J fo r each and ev
e ry c.n « r f C '" r r ;i t .- .t cannot bo cured The cause of his death was throat
t y the u .o c f HAT v n t \ T A R R II C U R E , j
F R A N K J. C H E N E Y . ' trouble of a setfous form, and al
Sworn t> l . f ’T’e r u and subs'-rlbed in |
m y pi
:e, t. .3 til» d a y o f D ecem ber, though the heat medical aid wag
A. D. ISA
A . W C E E A SON,
summoned nothing could be done
N ota ry Public.
He was the
H a ifa C atarrh Cura 1» taken Internally for the little fellow
fur and - . - :
Send for ! only rhild of Mr. and Mrs. A. T.
exchange, Victor and Columbia« JSSmonlal*. 'free. * ' 0
. . „ .
F. J. r■nr:- n r A CO.. Toledo. O. Boldon and was a bright little fel
in good order. Inquire at this
, Take Ilall « Fatn'ly pills for conetlDoUaa
low, liked by all who knew him
Oddy a Candidate
L. W. Oddy, chief cleik in the
office of Sheriff JohLron, is a candi
date for the noujiuatiou iur Ouuuly
Clerk on the Democratic ticket. Mr.
Oddy is a Ux payer uud is 28 years
of age. He was horn anil raised in
Coos County and this is the first
time that he has ever beeu before
tbe people asking for a public office
though his training has been such
as to well fit him for public work.
Mr. Oddy graduated from the
Holmes’ Business College in August,
1307, aud after serving a year at
office work in Portland he received
employment in the Sheriff’s office
iu Coos County. He commenced in
that capacity August 22, 1908, and
has continued to work in tbe same
office up to the present time.
In June, 1910, Mi. Oddy was ap
pointed Becond deputy under W.
AV. Gage, who was theu sheriff, and
continued as such until January,
1915, at which time be was re-ap
pointed secoud deputy under Sher
iff Johnson. He continued to hold
that office until March 1, 1915, at
which time he resigned and was
named chief clerk in the Sheriff’s
office, having entire charge of the
office work aud he still bolds that
position.— Coos Bay Times,
There’s a different cracker
flavor waiting for you in
this damp proof package.
Snowflake Sodas are
PACIFIC COAST BISCUIT COMPANY
A Help to Coos
F E. Oouwsy Co., Mortgage A
Bond Bunkers of Marshfield, bring
muc-b new cash to Coos county to
reli< ve the tight money situation
Mr. Atwyo Carstens, Vice Presi
dent of Carstens A Ear'es Inc , In
vestment Bunkers, who are oue of
the outaidi connections of the Con
way Co., has just accepted $30,000
worth of the Conway company's
mortgages. These were allaituuted
in Coos county. The Conway com
pany will handle large loans for
long periods of time, catering to the
farmers’ wants but not turning
down other I o b d s , if on improved
income property with a wide margin
Lost in the Fog.
The weather was so cold here last
week that a genuine Arctic duck
stopped here to roost and was shot
It is seldom that autos get lost in
by a local hunter. Tbe duck came the fog within tne city limits of Co
in on a southwester and evidently
quille, but that dire calamity hap
felt that be had reached Alaska.
pened this morning, and the mail
The duck could not be blamed.
was an hour or so late as a conse
Death of Mrs. Randleman quence. Mr. Miaard started for
Myrtle Point with bis auto truck a
On the last day o( December, little before five this moruing. The
1915, Mrs. Henry Randleman, one fog was so thick that his lights
of Coos county’s oldest pioneers, would not penetrate it.
passed away at her home on Bear turn above the Tuttle House he
creek. She and her husband set failed to change bis course in time,
tled at that place in 1872. She was but shot straight ahead off tbe
89 years of age and was the mother plank, dropping the forward wheels
into the soft dirt; and, in the words
of eight children.
of the early Beaver slough naviga
M. L Church
tor, “ there he was.” He phoned to
Sunday school at 10 a. m., Mrs. Myrtle Point to send the mail by
Laura C. Brandon, superintendent. wagon, and with the aid of planks
Preaching at 11 a m.and 7:30 p.m. finally got his craft into the channel
Epworth League at 6:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting Thursdays at
7:30 p. m.
An Up- to-Date Holdup
You are cordially invited to all
the services of the church.
T . H . D o w n s , Pastor.
In the dark hallway the masked
man after casting a fearful glance
CHURCH O F CHRIST.
up and down the corridor, stooped
Sunday School 10 a. m.
and by the aid of an electric flash
Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30
light inserted a key in the lock and
silently unlocked the door.
Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m.
Morning subject, “ The Marks of a noiseless tread he crossed the
the Lord J c b u s . ”
room after closing the door softly
Evening subject, “ What Thiuk behind him.
Ye of Christ?”
Tbe man on the bed stirred un
J o h n F. L e g g e t t , Minister.
easily and with a low curse the
masked man turned off the light
For County Clerk
and drew a shining knife from his
I hereby announce myself as a belt. Slowly he crept toward the
democratic candidate for County
bed. “ I ’ ll get it or kill him” , he
Clerk subject to the action of the
muttered. Reaching the bed he
people to the May primaries.
slipped his hand under the pillow
L W. ODDY
ou which the sleeping man’s bead
T o the Republican voters of Coos
County— I wish to announce that I
am a candidate for County Assessor
subject to the action of the Republi
can primary next April.
A m o s L. N o s i . e r ,
1 0 c and 2 5 c packages
also In bulk
—at all dealers
rested. ‘ ‘ Not there,” he muttered.
He threw the light around the
room until it rested on a small safe
in the corner. Slowly he made hi*
way to it. Siooping before It he
twirled the combination
practiced hand he caused the door
to swing open in a lew minutes.
He reached his hand into the dark
recesses of the safe and as it touch
ed the object of his search he could
scarcely restrain a cry ot joy .
last he possessed the precious thing
for which he had risked his life.
Hugging it to his breast he rushed
to the door, jerked it open, sprang
Irom the room and raced down the
hall. He gained tbe street, tore off
his mask and hurried up a dark
alley. At the end of the alley he
paused and turned the light from
the electric flash full upon the pre
cious object. It revealed a quart
bottle labeled ‘ ‘Pebble Ford Whis
key.” * Gee,” muttered the rob
ber, " I ’ m the happiest man in the
state, for it sure is hard pickings
now days, when every man keeps
it locked up in a safe.”
Chief Engineer Hood
Chief Engineer Hood, of the
Southern Pacific, was on the Bay
last week accompanied by a party,
having come on a t,ip of inspection
of the work on the Willamette Pa
The Bay papers did not ex
tract much information from the
engineer. The Times has a column
or so of its own surmises which Mr.
Hood did not verify, while the Re
cord has the following which really
seems to convey some information:
It is learned that there are still
ten and two-fifths miles of rails to
lay; and the road will be finished
from Coos Bay to the Umpqua river
in approximately two weeks. The
completion of the work north ot
the Umpqua river cannot be esti
mated as to date, for there is a
difficulty there which although be
ing handled well, is such that it
causes much delay.
lake they are driving piles 125 feet
long in some places, and the com
pany finds it hard to secure much
long piles readily, hence the delays.
It is very likely some sort o f ser
vice will be established soon, not
only to Lakeside, but perhaps to
the Umpqua river at Reedsport,
where Warren Reed has quite a
little community established.
A Chapter of
Awarded Gold Medal
P. P . I. E. San Francisco, 1915
“The Broken Coin”
The strongest and nearest water-proof
Shoes made for Loggers, Cruiser“
Miners, Sportsmen ana Workers.
Every Saturday Night
Men’s Comfort Dress Shoes
Strong Shoes for Boys
Shoe Manufacturing Co.
621 Thurman St
for |the Bergmann Waterproof
Regular as the Clock
a n d Bandon
Kirat-claaa fare o».r
Dp freight, per ton
..... » 7.50
E. & E. T . Kruse
24 California Street, San Francioso
Don’t wait for bills-come along
any evening and we will
guarantee a good show
J. E. NORTON
A f«n t, Coquille, Oregon