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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1916)
T h ROATS
should be given immediate attention.
The condition should never be al
lowed to become chronic, and that
iB just what is liable to happen if
the irritation is not at once re
¿ R e t a il
TH RO AT PASTELLS
will quickly soothe and restore nor
mal conditions. They also strength
en the vocal organs.
good for singers and speakers.
Taste good -you'll like them
Dr. C. W. ENDICOTT
Office over First National Bank
Phone Main 431
G. EARL LOW, M. D.
P hysician and surgeon
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
C h ir o p r a c t o r
Laird Building - Coquille, Ore.
Mrs. N. L. TYRRELL
E. D. SPERRY
A ttorney and
C ounsellor at L aw
Fresh Vegetables at all times at into it’s frank open face.
next witness and he eaid th t >,
1 Simplex Cream Separator, 900
Lyons & Jones.
o ’clock” be brealbed. “ She was to
w»8 Batiafi* <t that tbe boys bad b*. u lb*, capacity
1 Little Giant Ri.a-
Dr. Leep, of BaDdon, was a Co- be here at uine; perhaps her par-
gc :ujg drntlc od cider l> .t bn 'i*Q Steam lurbiue Separator, 400
Tuna Fiati at L y u s A Joues 15o qu ilo visitor today.
ents have found out about our
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a ulvin’ t Hwewr to it
1 Remington Sboi**a
f < i o n.
it i :
typewriter No 11 in good condi-
FARMERS_G e o T, M -niton meetings, anJ if they have—” The that cider formed on lb- »luuii.ch
Second Hand Store
1 ■ W. Laud was up froiu Dandoti wants rour bi les. Better et I m youog man rubbed a certain part of which caused the cider to intoxicate,
in u strong appeal for enforcement'
about it. He wants furs also. 8-3-tf his anatomy reflectively as he thot if it lealljr did intoxicate, but he
of the law. He said that the law
||_ £ Chardi
.Mildred Winter was up from
Jim Emery was the lucky w in ner'of this. And why shouldn’t he as declined to swear to it.
should tie enforced but at the same
BunJou one day lust week.
of the month’ s pass at the Scenic the girl’s father wore a No 11 shoe? that the young men who became
time be informed the Judge that he j Sunday school at io a. m , Mrs.
(Jleau tour lug for 25 ceuts with last Wednesday night.
At tbe same instant bis eye rested intoxicated on the beveiage did so
aura C. Biandon, superintendent.
j didn’t think that the accused should
Breaching at u a tn.and 7:30 p.m.
Anderson’ s vacuum cleaner
Dr. G E Low reports the birth upen a girl's bright hue 1 stocking by the aid of lemon extract which
be dealt with too severely.
Epwortb League at 6:30 p. m.
Roy Morgan was up from Uaudou of a lo-pound gi:l to Mr. and Mrs. cap showiug just above the top of they poured into the cider.
Frayer meeting Thursdays at
said be w.is not after Macbou’s scalp
“Thai’s ' Machon said that if any man in the
W edneeday attending to business F. D. Fisb, of Fat Elk, one day last the high backed bench.
but that be ruerelv wished tbe law 7:30 P m.
her cap, I’d know it auywhere,” he house would pour a few ounces of
You are cordially invited to all
Grant Wilcox was in from Mc week.
to be observed and enforced.
the services of the church.
Dr. G. E Low officiated at the thought as he rushed to the beucb : the extract into a certain amount of
:• t. Barrow addressed tbe jury
T H D o w n s , Pastor.
and threw his arms «ruin I bis cider and drink it, io less than three
Tty a can of that Tuna Fish at birth ot a io-pound daughter to
, until tbe coining of bigb noon,
he would be “ laid out.’ ’ He
Lyons & Jums — only 15c per can. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Kigbt of sweetheart. He turned tbe blush, . hours
- mo -. i w
u u w i i an
a u u a in
CH U R CH O P CH R IST ,
all u bauds
tn a adjourn
ing face upward and imprinted a further stated that if they were n ot,' fof i)jDner
Sunday School 10 a m
Jqe Laird was down from Myrtle Riverton one dav last week.
resounding smack upon tbe up he himself would eat it
The jurT retjrfl, „ ODe 0-clock
“ “ “ Ring W edn.sd.y, 7:30
The domestic science department
turned lips. Then tbe whole uni upon the Judge had to call order id
J. L. Lundy was down from of the Woman’s Study Club will
1:45 brol,Kht .11 a verdict of
Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m.
verse whirled around him.
Aud th41 court
meet next Monday, February 7, at
Myrtle Point one day last week
MorniDg s u b j e c t , “ Anti-Septic
why shouldn’t it whirl? For he re
His testimony was very strong; <, (
Billie DeLanby was up from Ban- 2.30 p. tn. in the city library.
ceived a good right band swing j and be stated again and again that'
e j Evening subject, “ Three Manifes-
His he was UDaware rl the cider co n -' I*** ,“ oru,“ F. * leD Justice St ruley tations of the Holy Spirit.”
“ Roots and Tubers,” commencing at right on the point of his jaw.
Cull on Lyons Jh Jones when you
J ohn F L eggett ’ Minister.
supposed sweetheart was one of the taining more alco’jo l than the law ioipoaed a fine of $100 ami costs
want a Nemo Corset.
stockiug capped Coquille High allows— one-half of one per cent. with the uudi-istandiug that if tbe
Saturday morning a robin lit on
For County Clerk
Virgil Wilson and wife were over
school boys stu dying bis lessons by He Baid that upon the officeis ob- coats ware paid tbe fiue would be
edge of the window sill at Fol
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. . . . . .
.suspended. Mr. Uai-bon later paid
announce myself as a
from the B iy the last of the week.
taming a sample of his cider to test ,,
som’s and tried to take a bite out of
! tbe costs,
democratic candidate for County
Air-O-Lite mautels 10 ceuts each, '
a couple of weeks ago, Liljeqvist
the apples on display there through
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The only other complaint for Clerk subject to tbe action of tbe
00 ceuts a dozen, at Anderson’s.
Cold Kills Birds
told him that he would be notified
the window pane. After failing to
mally filed w a s against Albert John people at the May piimuries.
Misses Evelyn and Helen Bil
by John Hicknm the following
L. W. ODDY,
break through tbe glass and no
The cold weather is certainly morning whether he would be al son. This case is being held up at
lings, of Myrtle Point, were Co
doubt finding it rather bard on his
Mr. Jobnsou h a s s e n t a
hard on the birds.
The hunters at lowed to Bell it or not.
quille visitors Friday.
bill be gave up the job and Hew
sample of the cider to a chemist for
that he is still waiting for Hickam
T o the Republican voters of Coos
Born—To Mr. and Mrs EJ John away.
analysis and wishes to get returns
wheu they learned that five of the to show up and do tbe notifying.
County— I wish to announce that I
son, twin girls, weight six pounds
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from lhat before hie case is called am a candidate for County Assessor
imported Hungarian quail had died He explained that he bad traveled
each, on January 30, 1910.
Sheriff Johnson has also sent to subject to the action of the Republi
For County Commissioner from the cold out in the Fairview around a great deal aDd had resided
Lyons A Jones aie agents for the
Lee Brown a s a m p l e received can primary next April.
country. These birds have been st a great many places but that
Nemo Corset Just received some
A mos L. N o slk k ,
I hereby announce myself as
from Powers, and another case u ay
here a couple of years and were do never before bad he been arrested
new styles. Call umi see tnem
candidate for County Commissioner
arise from that.
Dr. V. L. Hamilton reports the of Coos County on the Republican ing nicely until this year It’s bard for any offense or was he ever up
Mr. MachoD is inclined to think
to tell how many of them have suf before a court. He ended by say
bit th of a 9-pound girl to Mr. and ticket in the May Primaries.
that he has been made tbe goat, aDd
Feed was sent out from ing that this was tbe tiret time and
Mrs. William Wiggins on January
there are maDy who agree with him.
J T. HARRIGAN.
this place by hunters.
he hoped to tbe good Lord it was
The cold weather whs also hard the last.
Tried to Escape
W. H. Mansell has now made ar
on the China pheasants.
Albert JohnsoD then took the
Awarded Gold Medal
rangements to handle mill wood
them were found dead last week stand and said that he had no idea
from the local mill.
A dispatch to tbe Times tells of P. P. 1. E. San Francisco, 1915
The oldest inhabitant is backed off They were just beginning to thrive
your order and get a big load for
that the cider contained alcohol tbe attempt of A M. Jennings, the |
the boards in the matter of weather,
1 18 3t
and none of them can recall a time
Dr. V. L. Hamilton reports the when snow has made its appearance they are killed off by the inclement has a standard tester and be claims while he was being taken to tbe pen k ^ 0®3 H?at*e ^or ^°F?f,r8’, Cruisers,
birth of a 9£ pound boy to Mr. aud for so long a time. More has fallen at weather.
that he teita all the cider sent out. from this county with four others
Mrs. Don Donaldson on Thursday, one clatter, but repeated falls of snow,
l'he tester was purchased from C. J in charge of Laird and Sboup. : „
continued for weeks, have been un Candidacy of Judge Moore
January 27, 1916.
Fuhrman who aleo had faith in it, They went out over the Willamette- j M * n * Conafort DreM S h oe.
known. Cattle and sheep have suf
Mr. Johnson stated.
Pacific route and the prisoners were
Baby Buggies aud Runabouts fered severely, not only from lack of
Strong Shoes for Boys
The announcement of the candidacy
All kinds of Fruit Jars, Stone Jars, feed but from the extended exposure
H. W. Dunham took tbe stand lodged io the Lane county jail j
Stone Churns, aud 1 10 gal Barrel to which they are not acclimated. of Judge F. A. Moore for re-election as next and substantiated Mr. Mi- awaiting the arrival of tbe train.
Churn, good as new.
At Quick’s About the only consolation we have is a member of the Supreme Court was
made last week and is of much interest
Second Hand Store.
that it has been worse everywhere else.
to his admiring friends in Coos County, qvist promising to warn them, or to of bis cell and liberate himself. I Shoe Manufacturing Co.
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Saturday night 18 inches of «now
who take a sincere pleasure in voting Bend Hickam to warn them if tbe Sheriff Johnson is uow wondering i
fell at Powers, several iuclies at
for men of his high order of intelligence, cider was pronounced to contain too where Jennings obtained the file, se ] 621 Tburman St
Portland, O r« (o n
honesty, fairness and ability.
Marshfield and four inches here. If
Mr. Liljeqvist de be was thoroughly searched before
Judge Moore has served the people of
J. N. Jacobson is inclined to think
all that snow had hit Ht one place
it would have caused some excite that he is somewhat favored of the
gods. Last Friday night the weight of member of the Supreme Bench; is at reiterated again and again that it thorough that it turued up a narrow
the snow brought down the roof of a present the Chief Justice of that Hon was tbe truth. Mr. Dunham’s tea piece of tin that Jennings bad con
H. M. Shaw M D , eye, ear, nose large shed in which the cows which orable Body, and has served as Chief timony on this point wag stricken cealed in tbe seam of bis overalls.
It ie about three inchie lung and an !
and throat specialist, will be at supply the sanitary milk which he re Justice four terms. During all this out.
time he has established himself in the
eighth of an inch wide, and was in
Regular as the Clock
Baxter Hotel, Coquille, 8 <turlay, tails around town in his electric lighted
The case was then adjourned until tended for the purpose of springing
milk wi ¿on, find shelter when they
February 12 Glasses fitted 2-1 2 want it. The roof came down in the
the following morning at 9 o'clock. tbe catches on a handcuff. A piece
Office in Robinson Building
W. C. CHASE
A ttorney at L aw
OHice in Uichmond-Barker Bldg
C. R. BARROW
: Rah, Rah, Rah!
That’s Right, Cheer Mel
A ttorney and C ounsellor at L aw
Office Phone 335
Residence Phone 346
J. J. STANLEY
A. J. SHERWOOD
A ttorney at L aw
First National Bank Building
L. J. LILJEQVIST
A ttorney at L aw
First National Bank Building
A ttorney at L aw
CIDER HAS TOO MUCH ALCOHOL
night, and the cows were undoubtedly
under it but none were injured, al
though four of them showed scratches
and bruises the next morning.
Farmers Will Frolic
Invitations have been bsued to a
“ Farmers’ Frolic, to be held Thurs
day. F.-b. 3rd at G>o P Laird's big
new barn n ar Riverton. The invi
tation is signed By Geo P Laird,
M. G, Lutsey, J T. Jenkins, J. E
Bt-lloni, J D. C u l.G e o R. J h1 son,
H B Warner and J L. Smith, tbe
body is invited to come and bring a
big smile and a basket of eats, and
hearts of the people of Oregon for his
judicial qualifications, his impartiality
in the administration of justice to rich
and poor alike, his honesty and his abil
The debating team lent by C. H.
S. to North Bend last Friday was
Chief Justice Moore is considered by
defeated, the decision being unani all who know him, both lawyers and
mous in favor of tbe North Bend laymen, to be our most valuable public
As captain o f the want ads. I’ll ad team. Tbe team which debated . servant. His masterly familiarity with
mit I'm a winner. I can easily score Myitle Point at this place was also the laws of our State enables him to ac
complish more than would be possible
a touchdown for you if you put ms
iefeated, Mrrtle Point receiving with one less efficient. Such menas
in the field. Want ads. pay.
two votes and Coquille, one. As h* are what make our Supreme Court
Myrtle Print and North Bend each nationally respected.
The County Debates
Before the Judge left tbe bench he
was called upon to decide an argu-
meut between Liljeqvist and Bar-
row in regard to Lil forbidding
Barrow to sak a certain queetioo of
the defendant. Lil ma le a very
good appeal to the J u d g e , where
upon Mr. Barrow sprung to his feet
and said that never iu all his career
did he ever hear an attorney utter
When he resumed
bis seat Lil informed the Judge
that never before did be have Ihe
pleasure of hearing s man allow bis
moutb run away with bis brain.
The Judge then said that be wou.d
render bis decision on the matter
ou the following morning.
Friday morning the case was re
sumed before a crowded house.
Lester DoualdBon was called up
again and was asked if soda pop or
root beer had ever affected him the
way tbe cider had doDe.
that though soda he bad druDk bad
made tears come to bis eyes, it had
never had tbe game effect that the
Sheriff Johnson was the next wit-1
ness called aDd merely told about
won with both their teams, they A , a s k a n J hrZt h S e e n H e r e
getting cider for samples.
will contest for the county chain-,
Then Liljeqyist and Barrow en
pionsbip next Friday.
Every day someone can be seen
RATES: One cent a word, each in
tered into a prolonged argument on
; pointing out a certain kind of a
sertion. No “haige less than 15 cents'
certain dry and wet laws.
: bird that appears on tbe streets aud
claimed that he had made the law
PIA N O —For rent $5 per month, or
Saturday morning the safe in the ! “ kin* what kind o U bird il is’ himself or had helped to in the leg
for sale at a reaeonab'e pri e.
j , to a The bird iu question
is about tbe
office was ____
islature. Lil said that he was sorry
Address A. E Seaman, Maish-
corner of the room on account
that Mr. Barrow bad gonn there
But laundry prices haue re FOUND—On the Myrtle Point road mating the floor sag in quite an 0 ,3 different coIor- wilh s,,iPed and come away with such little
manner in the place it had win« s and a black rin* arollnd 1,8 knowledge of the law after beiDg
mained the same.
a set of false teeth.
Inquire at alarming
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throat. This bird is an Alaskan
where it was made.
In the summer thousands
and several others were engaged ■ thrush
J. Lea Brown, the Marshfield
LOST— Amethyst pendant, silver
of these birds can be seen in Alaska
satting Finder please leave at until a late hour in the forenoon at but wilh the coming ot winter they chemist who analyzed the cider, was
Herald ofll -e and oblige owoer this task. The safe being of great i
The old settlers tbe next witness railed. He claim
weight made quite an impression
here can remember when there ed that with the taater with which
MONEY TO LOAN on improved on the floor. It was feared that it were none ol these birds here. Since JobnaoD tested bia cider it was im-
ranches, 1 to 5 'ears. F. E. Con might crush through the floor or
they started coming to this place possible to get I be amount of alco
way Bond <fc Mortgage Broker, else topple over aa it was leaning
have been called myrtle robins hol that the cider contained, aa it
forward at quite an angle.
on account ol their seeming prefer was not made to test alcohol in any
¡GASOLINE LAUNCH for trade for
ence to myrtle trees to roost in and dense liquid like cider.
Keeping a Tryst
milk cows or young horse Apply
In the summer they
Attorney Barrow then in a cross
to Frank Burkholder.
all migiate north again. There are
counter attack attempted to confuse
SI Wly the young man approach- hundr; ds of thetn h*ere this year.
SECOND HAND TYP E W R IT E R —
He eprung a question
ed the appointed spot.
Pittsburg Visible; does first-class
work. For sale cheap. Inquire
"Skinner boasts that lie never lets
to which Mr. Brown informed him
to see if he was being fo lowed, be
.1 . .
at Herald office
anybody get ahead of Id»—that he
that be waa several yeera behind
gradually moved closer to the high takp, nobodj.-, dtMt-
PHONOGRAPH RECORDS— for
times on chemistry; wh'-rest
exchange, Victor and C< tumbías
in goo I order. Inquire at this bis trusty dollar watch from bis «ybody s .lust he can lay hla hands Lil’e smile was really pronounced.
. on.”—Boston Transcript
Marshal John Hickam was tbe
1 checkered veal pocket and gazed
"Going Up” W ANT COLUMN
Supplies are high
Machinery is high
Overhead is high
We have given the mat
ter of laundering years
of careful study. We
have kept persistently
at the task to produce
work that was free from
harsh methods. We have
succeeded. Our wash
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
ey back. : : : : :
COQUILLE LAUNDRY RICE CO.
of brass was also taken from him
which he bad partly fashioned into
a key by tbe use of a uail file.
"Milton got only a few pounds for
'Paradise Lost.’ ”
"Indeed!" exclaimed Mr. Pen wiggle.
"He could have done better by turn
ing It Into n s'narto for the movies.” —
S a n F r a n c is c o
a n d Bandon
First-class fare o tc ........... $7.50
Up freight, per ton................ 3.00
E. & E. T. Kruse
24 California Street, Sen Francisco
P rop rieties.
New Arrival (at Huston hotel)— Can
I have a private bath?
J. E. N O R T O N
Agent, Coquille, Oregon
Glerk—I hone an air.— P uck
A Chapter of
“The Broken Coin”
Every Saturday Night
FO X FEATURE
Monday and Friday
Don’t wait for bills-come along
any evening and we will
guarantee a good show