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down from Norway
Tuna Fish at Lyons A Joues 15o
Fie I Baker was in from Brewster
Sam Stout »as iu from the N 'rth
U A. Do. let was a down-river
Garden seeds at Kunwltou’s drug
SPEC IA L
AT THE SCENIC
FRIDAY, MAR. 17
Poor Target Practice
Lands Michaels in Jail
James Hobson is cart ling 1 to
I arm iu a sung aud leu Michaels is
A W. Lundy was over from the
under a thousand dollar bond as the
ll’u rbured iv
result of a shouting match which
Dud L ta ih was down hum Myitle
j occurred uear My rtle Point Thurs
Lois Weber and Phillips Smalley in
d a y night. It is stated that Mi
Fresh Vegetable» in h 1 1 times at
went to Hobson’s after a ton
Drama W ith a Punch cb.rels
Lyons & Jones.
of hay which belonged to him. but
Dr. Masson was down from Myr
W C Yoet was over fiom Marsh
tle Point Thursday.
r>C DONT MISS THIS COMK EARLY
1 ♦>( that Hobson's hired help refused to
let him have it, saying that that
Dr. Masson was in Coquille from
\V J. Conrad was over lioui the
was tbe order issued by Hobson.
Myrtle Point Thursday.
The debate held in North BeDd
To Save Poet’s Birthplace Tney informed Michaels that the
S. C. Van Armiulage, of Portland last Friday night between the North
W J. Baines was over fiotu was in our c.ty Thursday.
Bend and Albany bigU school teams
Mrs. Epperson, secretary of the boss would be back about 6 o'clock
Coos Bav Frill ty.
Woman’s Study Club, asks the Herald that evening, so he decided to wait
S C. Van Aiminlage, ofPoitlaud whs won by North Bend.
to give publicity to an appeal sent out till he showed up. When Hobson
B. H Evans, of Spokane, was in was in our city Thursday.
Dave Aveiy, station ageut at some time ago by the Portland Longfel
finally arrived he reluscd Michaels
Coquille last week.
Ben Mitchell, a cigar man of Fort* Beaver Hill, spent a few houra in low Club, asking for contributions to
hay and told him to leave the
A b s o lu t e ly P u re
It Robieson was here from down laud was in town Thursday.
town last Sunday greeting t h e save the poet’s birthplace from being
at once. A few words were
• be river Thursday.
Made from Cream of Tartar
Frank Cutterlin was over from the
ciety through sale under a mortgage. exchanged and Hobson, it is said,
As the launch Charm was coming It is stated that:
Choice onion sets 10c a pound at Bay on business yesterday.
lost bis temper and almost his file, NO ALUM-NO PHOSPHATE
KnowItoD'a Drug store
Try a can of that Tuna Fish at up from Bandon Saturday afternoon
On October 28, 1914 the Longfellow at the same time. He swung off
Farm, Field Hud Grass Seeds at Lyutis Ac Jones —only 15c per can. the passengers wer excited by the birthplace was dedicated as a perman
the horse be was riding to carry out
Know Item's drug store.
Hugh Barclay, of Marshfield, was spectacle of a deer awiminiog in the ent Longfellow memorial under the a threat ot putting Michaels off the <1*rcunrstance of an otb-rwis« enjoy-
Charley Dye w»s down from a Coquille visitor Saturday.
river near a lauding. One of the auspices of the International Longfel place, and was greeted with quite a
visit to the Cite by tha S.ia.
low Society, the governor and a distin
Myrtle Point Wednesday.
passengers succeeded in getting a guished company of men and women warm reception from a revolver in
Roland Anderson was up from
“Have you had your picture
Herbert Ftye was down from Anderson's camp yesterday.
snapshot of it.
paiticipatii.g. The whole interior has Michaels’ hand which caused him taken?” This is the questiou most
Powers on business Thursday.
A lady wtio celled at tile Herald been restored and a wonderful transfor to suddenly change his mind and frequently asked among the High
F. Byers, of Portland, paid this
WANTED—Chit bam Bark. 1916 place a brief visit last week.
office on press day apologised for mation has been wrought. Today the he beat a hasty retreat. Michaels school students these days.
old house stands dignified and prosper
Peel. Geo. T. Moulton
stopping to watch the press, saying ous looking, a perfect example of the plainly demonstrated that he was “Laurel” staff are hard after the
Tim Seeley was up from down
that ahe liked to see the papers Colonial mansion which it was.”
J. Donaldson, of Riverton, was a
no Kit Karsun nor Buffalo Bill various class, s, clubs aud individ
the river the last of the week.
come through. Just like tbe editor
Coquille business visitor Friday.
Unfortunately no statement is made when it came to slinging lead. By uals who are to have tneir pictures
J. J. Murray was up from Bandou —only he likes to see the subscrib of the amount of incumbrance on the the time be bad sent 5 leaden pel
Thos. Devereux was up from
in the anuual, urging that photos
place or of the amount of money re
for a couple of days last week.
ers come through.
lets alter Hobson’s retreating form be taken right away so that there
Parkersburg one day last week.
quired, but there is little danger of too
Beu Mitchell, a cigar man of
be had secured two hits. One bul may be no delay in getting the cuts
There was a good attendance at many contributions.
John Clinton and wife, of Nor-
Portland, was iu town Thursday.
lodged in the flank of Hobsou’s 1 made. Aud, by ibe way, it seems
1 way, were Coquille visitors Friday.
P rofession al C ards
L. C. Jergurson, of Bandoo, was night and it was hard to find seats Birthplace fund will be received for the horse and the other found a resting j that the snunal is still to be “The
Albert Seelig was over from the
visiting here the last of the week.
for all present. The Scenic could next thirty days by this paper and will place in bis wrist. Au officer from J Laurel.” The seniors considered
Bay on business one day last week.
be acknowledged in these columns.
Myrtle Point was summoned and , changing the name but no one came
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Albert Seelig was over from the have loaned them several rows of
Dr. C. W. ENDICOTT
Call on Lyons <St Jones when you
down to the ranch and put foi ward with anything that sounded
D e n tist
w aD t a Nemo Corset.
Office over First National Hank
Michaels under arrest.
He was bettor than the one to which all
Herbert Johnson aud wife were
Phone Main 431
Rocco J. Sacchi and Effie T. Fynlea. brought to this place the same even- hav* become accustomed, so “The
in trom Fairview one day last week.
Harry Herman Edwards and May iug aud placed in jail, but bonds Laurel” it is likely to continue to
entered the editor’s residence a
D. C. Bogart, of Portland
Geo. T Moulton will pay highest
were soon furnished for him and he be called fur years to come.
market price for wool aod nrohair. Coquille visitor one day last week,
released the next morning.
G. EARL LOW. M. D.
Claude Giles was h e r e from of the family, without doing any lor.
The pin sics class inspected tbe
P h y s ic ia n an d s u r g e o n .
wtre plenty of men williug
plant of the Oregon Power Com
A. J. Rohner, a Colliers man, Myrtle Point on legal business Fri harm, will kindly let us know when
Office over Farmers & Merchants
they are coming again, we will leave
Grave to Let
pany Monday afternoon.
was collecting at this place last day.
very few people who were acquaint
door unlocked for their conven
J. S. Long, of Los Angeles, stray
VV. H. Lyons has donated the use
Coquille gossip claims thet Marshal ed with tbe circumstances that do
William Boyle aud mother, Mrs. ed into our city for a few hours Sat
Dr. G. W. LE SLIE
John Hickam was called upon to exe not uphold Michaels. He is a crip of his tract of land in the north end
The Oregon Power Co is m ak iD g cute a dog that had been in the city
| M. E. Lillie were up from Baodon, urday.
ple and unable lo protect himselt of town for baseball practice during
good progress on the power line it pound for some time. John tied a rope
Graduate of the American School
with an “equalizer.”
the spring. Tbe High school boyB
of Osteopathy of Kirksville, Mo.
is building to the county poor farm on the dog and leading him with one
Jas. R Greenlee, a creamery man fine onion sets at Knowlton’s Drug
expect to organize a team and bopu
Office in Eldorado Block
and expects to have it completed iu
from Gravel Ford, was in town Store.
to play at least two or three games
about 30 days. Incidentslly it is he proceeded a good distance out in the
woods back of the city.
in the course of tbe Beasou.
giving the farmers along the way a sported his trusty six gun with which
The Coquille excursionists failed
Dr. R. H. HOPKINS
game will be played at Bandon at
Ed Myers, of Arago, was a busi was over here fer a couple of days
chance to put iu the latest improve to put the canine out of his misery. to see Ihe terrific potato battle
the time of the annual High school
ness visitor at this place one dav last week.
ments in the way of electric power Reaching the woods he made the dog which the Marshfield Record des
George W. Moore of North Bend,
Laird Building - Coquille, Ore.
fast to a tree and began spading out cribes as having taken place on the
on tbe farm.
his grave. In the meantime the dog
Mrs Etrily Schroeder was visit- was a county seat visitor one day
Eighteen school men of the coun-
Last week considerable painting began howling and struggling to get occasion of the recent basket ball
Mrs. N. L TYRRELL
iog her bod W. H. Schroeder a few last week.
were present at tbe meeting of
C. J. Fuhr-
Jas R. Greenlee, a creamery man was done in Coquille.
days last week.
ed, and the howls ringing iu his ears, thrown which, unfortunately, struck the Coos County Round Table As-
John lost his temper. He lifted the one of the Indus of the Coquille 1 sociatiou here last Saturday. North
We have the very best odiod sets from Gravel Ford, was in town
a new coat of paint. Clark A Cleg-
knowlton’s Drug | Thursday.
lCc per pound
spade and made a swoop at the dog but
horn’s bakery and grocery was also that animal saw the spade descending party causing her considerable auf- i Bend was the only city school of
E. D. SPERRY
Full stock of best quality Garden
fering for Ihe remainder of the trip; Ihe county not represented,
A ttorney and
W A Roselle, of Bridge, was at- Seeds in bulk at K qow U od ’ s drug adorned with a new coat. The mau and ducked. The sharp edge of it
C ounsellor at L aw
who leaned up agaiust one of the struck the rope and severed it close to but to suggest that there was a I principal speaker of the occasion
tending to business at ibis place
Office in Robinson Building
the dog’s neck. With a joyful yelp general scrimmage is absurd. The was Dr. E. 8. Conklin of Oregon
FARMERS—G e o T. Moulton city’s electric light posts was out of it tore off through the woods, leaving
Coquille people were shown every I University.
lu k, for they also sported a good
W. C. C H A SE
John standing beside the open grave. courtesy by the Bandou students
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Lyons & Jones are ageDts for the about it. He wants furs also. 8-3tf
share of fresh paint.
The cop denies the story.
Nemo Corset. Just received some
A ttorney at L aw
William Botle and mother, Mrs.
new styles. Call and see them
Olliee in Kichmond-Ilarker Bldg
B i g Slide at Wedderburn
C. P. Bell, the National Biscuit M. E. Lillie, were up from Bandon
To the Republican voters of Coos
! Co. man from Portland, was here Thursday.
C. R. BARROW
The store, postoffice, warehouse
Roy Morgan, of BandoD, is going County—I wish to announce that I
A ttorney anu C ounsellor at L aw
last week in the interest of his firm.
am a candidate for County Assessor and five dwelling bouses at Wed
Office Phone 335
subject to the action of the Republi
Miss Berua Irvine returnee^ home
Residence Phone 346
derburn were threatened with de
can primary next April.
Monday moruiug from an over- law in the future.
struction during a heavy downpour
Lloyd Irvine returned to Powers
| Sunday visit with friends at Fish
J. J. STANLEY
of rain last Friday.
Saturday after a few days in this
noon on that day tbe bills back of
Chas. Harrington, of Myrtle
this portion of the towD commenced
There is one satisfaction in run-
Poiot, was a Coquille visitor Thurs-
Jim Laird was in from Brewster to slide, and one after another eight
day. He was sporting a full grown ' ni»g a picture show— the patrons valley Sunday with a brand new different slides occurred.
A. J. SHERWOOD
contribute plenty of handkerchiefs. Ford auto truck.
The new car first warning the people living in
A ttorney at L aw
M. u , Klockers and C. J Ander-
Why pay the price for seeds in evidently took a great liking to our tbe threatened section fled from
First National Bank Building
son, contractors from North Bend, packets when you can get from two little city, for when Jim started lo their homes to a point of safety.
Room 8 2-3-4
were Coquille business visitors to four times as n^eh for your mon crank it up to return home it refus Yard fences were demolished, and
ey at Knowlton’s drug store.
ed to go. After much coaxing he one house, against which the mud
L J. LILJEQI/IST
For 30 days, beginning Feb. 15, got it started and then it stopped aod debris was piled six feet high,
A ttorney at L aw
C'bas. Shepherd wbr here from
1 will tune, regulate the action and
He repeated the was moved from its foundation and
FirBt National Bank Building
the Sitkum neighborhood yesterday polish any Coquille piano for £5 on him again.
times before he the rear door broken open and the
on business and became a subscriber ( ¿ „ j guara'ntee the work,
finally got it under headway.
Jim room filled with dirt.
to the Herald.
I ner. Phone 926.
WALTER SIN CLAIR
Those who were compelled to
Fred Reynolds, formerly of Co- j 1 Simplex Cream Separator, 900
friends, but bis face wore a very leave thtit homes, with their fami
A tto r n e y at L aw
quille, has been appointed director \ lbs. capacity
1 Little Giant Rus-
of the regimental band at Harvard, sian Steam Turbine Separator, 400 doubtful look as he steered the lit lies, were T L. Carey, Superintend
lbs. capacity. 1 Remington Sholes tle truck up the street for he knows ent of the Wedderburn Trading
where he is a freshman.
Typewriter No 11 in good condi that the tiicks of tbe Ford are many. Co., Postmaster C. L. Wakeman,
Mr. and Mrs. L A. Liwhom tion. At Quick’s Second Hand Store.
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Bookkeeper H. E. Beck, Frank
came in from McKinley Friday on
It is now said that the steamer
business, and for a visit with J. P.
2 r ee ls N e a l of th e N a v y
Fifield, which went ashore at the
Mrs. F. A Stewart who were visit
Beyers and children Hnd returned
The basket ball game Thursday ing at the Carey home. The partv,
” G et R ich Q uick W allin gford
mouth of the river a couple of
wpeks ago, is not very badly dam night at this place between Myrtle about thirty in all, took refuge in
1 ” P a th e N e w s
B.ibv Buggies and Runabouts
aged and that she will be taken off Point and Coquille Independent the Lodge, a building built by R. !
\ All kinds of Fruit Jars, Stone Jars,
1 ” C om edy
teams resulted in an overwhelming L. Macleay to entertain bis frieDds,
j Stone Churns, and 1 10 gal Barrel and made as good as new.
victory for Coquille by a score of 42 which furnished ample accommoda
Churn, good as i.ew.
ATTENTION. FARMERS! We to 1 7 . It was a very one sided
; Second Hand Storp.
tions for all.
now carry a line of the Best Stock
But laundry prices haue re
contest throughout despite many
Tbe slide in coming down a ra
J. B. Curl, a forest r a n g e r from Tonics, Stock and Poultry Prepara
mained the same.
Tbe vine brought up fairly against Ibe
tions on the market.
SATISFAC attempts at “ roughing it.”
D ea r Port Orford,
TION POSITIVELY GUARAN local team showed up to fine ad
warehouse, smashing in th«
We have given the mat Coquille Saturday on his way home TEED. Ask for free booklets. vantage and pulled off plays that big
doors and filling the bui'ding with
ter of laundering years
completely baffled ihe Myrtle Point
back sum«- thirtv feet from its
of careful study.
We i He reportel a rough trip in from Saturday’s Coos Bay Times con ers. They took a long lead at the debris
entrance. More damage would have
have kept persistently
tains the announcement of the en- very start which they maintained probably been done had the several
at the task to produce
Dr. Culin slipped one over on Dr. gagement of Miaa Gretchen Sher- throughout the entire game.
slides come at the same time. What
work that was free from ! Hamilton last week, when he wash I wood, of this city, to Ralph Cake, of The game between the married caused the greatest uneasiness,how
harsh methods. We have ed hie Ford car This makes about Portland, the wedding to take place ladies and the High school girls ever, was that the bills had cricked
and settled about two feet, whereif
succeeded. Our wash tbe third time that Culin has wash early in the aumr -r.
was very interesting and caused
they bad given away they would
ing process has recently ed bia car during the winter, while Mra. G. Boiee, of Bandon,
great deal of rooting from the side have come down with such force
been improved. Proper Hamilton has only one score to his brought to this place one day last lines The High school team put that all of the buildings mentioned
washing is the founda credit
above would have been swept into
week and wsg examined by Dr Cu- UP a V"V 800'1 t?»rae bul ,he
tion upon which is budd
Glen Barker and family, Miss lin at the Baxter Hotel for insanity.
A small slide filled the reservoir
ed the art of successful
Effie Weekly end Mra. J. L. Barker He pronounced her insane and she departments of the game and at the and shut off the town’s water sup
Satisfac and Clyde Barker and family drove was sent to Salem to the aavlum the ent^ *be I®** bab *be score stood
tion guaranteed or mon in from the Fairview neighborhood same day. She was accompanied 9 to 5 in their favor It seems as if ply Unusually heavy rains following
ey back. : : : : : Saturday for a day’s shopping They from Bandon here by her s o d , C W. the High school girls are a hungry a long cold spell during which th»
hunch and can’t put up a good ground was frozen, is thought to
report the roads in very good con Boice, Mrs. Victor BraDt and Mrs game unless there are "eats” <n bave rau»ed the trouble.—Port Or
L. 8 McLeod.
sight for the victors
“S C A N D A L ”
“The Broken Coin”
Chapter 21 Tomorrow
THE END, Wednesday Mar.22
"G o in g U p "
Supplies are high
Machinery is high
Overhead is high
Wednesday and Friday
Don’t wait for bills-come along
any evening and we will
guarantee a good show