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THE COQUILLE HERALD
PU B LISH ED
Ancient Numbt r of Co
quille Hervid Interesting
J. H. James recently brought in an
old copy of the Herald, which he had
Entered as second-class matter May 8, 1905, at the
run across w hile pre-taring to move. It
Coquille, Oregon, under act of Congrees of Marcl 3, 1879. COOSONIANS BANQUET
is dated July 30, 1889, and was the con
One of the most enjoyable social cluding number of Volume 7. J. A. &
events of the season was the banquet D. F. Dean were editors and proprie
C. L E V A R , LESSEE A N D E D IT O R
and dance given by the Coosonian tors, the paper having been started sev
R O Y M. A V E R Y . BUSINFSS M A N A G E R
Marching club a t the W. O. W. hall en years before by the former, who
Devoted to the material and social upbuilding of the Coquille Valley Saturday evening. A large number of then entered on the subscription list the
guests and marchers were present and names of every one he knew or could
particularly and of Coos County generally.
throughout the entire evening there hear of in the county. Some of these
was not a moment which was not fully names are still on the list, and some of
Phone Main 381 occupied.
Mince Meat in bulk, per pound_______________
20c, 2 for 35c
them have never paid anything for the
Subscription, $1.50 per year, in advance.
The invitations gave the time as nine paper and perhaps never intend to.
25c, 2 for 45c
o'clock, and as soon as the guests were
It is a most interesting publication to
assembled the doors of the dining room look over for any o.»e who has lived in
NEPTUNE VS. BAR DREDGE
were opened and they took their placas the county since that time. In the lo
Silver Thistle Ripe Of ves large fancy—in bulk, pint
the table which was loaded in such a cal news occur many names of people
The Bay papers report that the Coos Bay bar shoaled at
Queen Olives Royal Mason Jar _________________________
manner th at it went a long way to who have since passed away and almost
six feet during a recent storm. It is so seldom that the ward making Coosonian banquets fa out of memory. The advertising col
Queen Olives per Bottle_____________________ 25c, 20c, 15c, 10c
editor of the Herald has a chance to say “ I told you so,” mous. In its proper place of honor was umns are particularly interesting, and
Stuffed Olives per B o t t le ___________________ __ 25c, 20c, 15c
the roast pig, the prize from the greas practically every person at that time in
(except in "he case of presidential elections and that sort ed pig contest ac the corn show, and a business advertised in the ‘‘Coquille
of thing) that he will now proceed to point out that he great variety of other eatables also City H erald.” Only a very few are
still in business, but this must not be
has repeatedly called attention to the fact that a sud graced the long tables.
J . E. Norton, acting as toast master, taken as necessarily indicating fatal
den shoaling of the bar by the action of a heavy surf,com called upon several prominent guests results to those who advertise in this
ing from a certain direction, is one of those things which and Coosonians, who responded in a paper. It rather indicates that people
in keeping with that which pre then h«d a better appreciation of the
make the scheme of a bar dredge so utterly wild and spirit
benefits of a well supported home
vailed throughout the evening.
senseless. The reports of the work done by the bar Retiring to the lodge room, those paper.
The largest ad was that of “ Lyons’
Del Monte brand No. 2 1-2 c a n s.-_____ ______________ 2 for 25c
dredge this summer tell how many thousands of tons of present listened to a splendid program Store,”
and it is interesting to note
consisting of a vocal solo by Miss Edith
Wellman brand No. 3 cans________________________________ 15c
sand have been sucked up from the bar and dumped out Willey, accompanied by her brother that all the type in which it was set is
Del Monte and Anchor brand, Gallons per c a n _____________ 35c
at sea—or is it millions of tons? It makes no difference Chas. Willey; a baritone solo played by still in the office and doing duty in
Those large Fancy Home Grown Cranberries, per quart.
now whether thousands or millions. The first storm from Tracy Leach, accompanied by Jack other name still identified with mer
Leach; a clog dance by E. Ellwood;
a certain point of the copmass has filled up the hole and reading by Miss Bonnie Smith, and a
Lorenz, who carried a general mer
nanas, Oranges, Grape Fruit.
obliterated every trace of the work done by the Michie. selection by the band. Each of the chandise
stock, “ especially clothing.”
numbers received a vigorous encore
The same result would have been seen had the dredge dug and were very much enjoyed.
Jno. Kronenberg & Son had a hardware
Store will close at 1 P. M. Thursday.
One delivery in the forenoon.
a channel a hundred feet deep; it would have been filled The remainder of the evening was store; Miss Ida Kronenberg and Bee
Harper a confectionery; Mrs. C. W.
up again. But for the tidal basin of Coos Bay which must given over to dancing, the music being Olive was running the Olive Hotel, T.
furnished by the band.
Machado the Robinson House, and O.
be filled and emptied twice in each twenty-four hours, not
D. Elliott the Leland hotel and restau
only would the channel have been obliterated but a nice
rant. The “ Pioneer Stage Line” was
JOHN EVERETT SMILED
high sand beach would have been thrown up from the
operating between here and U tter City,
Front and C Streets
Phone 691 and 541
The lady teachers of the Coquille
north spit to Coos Head, and the Record and Times would schools gave a baby shower for John where it connected with steamers for
all points on Coos Bay. Johnson &
have found themselves being published on the shores of Everett, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Dunham were the proprietors. Sher 0 4
John Gary Saturday afternoon. The
an inland lake. If this result had not been accomplished following teachers were present; Mes- wood & Sanford were in the real estate
business and “ prepared to attend to
by the first storm it would have followed with the second. dames Chase, Abner and Dungey, and sales
in person.” A. J. Sherwood also
Then perhaps some of Coos Bay’s leading citizens who are
had his card as an attorney, as did
nard, Spencer, Kennedy, Phillips, An
W alter Sinclair.
O th e r attorneys
afraid of “offending” the government engineers by con derson and Allen.
The Herald’s Special Coos County
carrying cards were John F. Hall, J.
demning the idiotic project recommended by one Colonel In speaking of the affair Mr. Gary M. Siglin, Jno. A. Grev, Shedden F.
Roessler and carried out by his successors without protest, said, and repeated with emphasis, that Wilson, T. G. Owen and .1. W. Bennett,
the feature event was the action of all in Marshfield and all but the first
East Fork Items
from esprit du corps, would have awakened to the fact John Everett, J r .—he smiled.
named now deceas.-d; D. I,. Watson an
that old Neptune cares as little for anybody’s pet project
nounced his reside ice as Empire City,
and the name of S. H. Hazard who (Herald’s Special C. C. News Service) is t-rtiurns rtnttTUTttttr
as Lord Douglas did for a holy man. There is just one MRS. FOLSOM EN TERTA INS
The past matrons of the Eastern Star was also in Empire, seems to be the
T h e wedding th at took place in
thing that will prevent the surf from filling up a channel, lodge
were entertained at a luncheon only one missing. Other cards carried Brewster Valley, S u n d ay , Nov. iq
no matter how deep and wide, and that is a powerful cur given by Mrs. Burt Folsom Friday. were those of O. F,. Smith, dentist, at at 7 p. m when E a tl Edicott end
U P P O S E th a t tomorrow you see a chance
Marshfield who took a devilish satisfac
v/here by investing $500 or $1,000 in a busi
rent of water passing through and forcing its own way, Those present were: Mesdames J. S. tion
in inflicting unnecessary pain on E va Laird were matried, was the
Lawrence, Henry Lorenz, J. C. Slagle,
ness venture you can double your money.
cutting the sand and carrying it to some point where the Will Lyons, J. A. Laird, D. D. Pierce, anyone he did not like; McMillan Bros., great event in that valley Mr. and
. ire y o u-ready for th a t opportunity? If
current slackens and the sand can sink and settle. This Chas. Barrows, A. J. Sherwood. Chas. photographer, M b shfield; J. H. Upton, Mrs, J . D. L aird the parents of the
you are not, the man with the ready check
Jim Laird, Fred Slagle and Burt councelor and notary, Denmark. .1. H. ( ride did not shy on m ak in g it an
"book is. He always carries a goodly balance
force will again deepen the channel that has been shoaled Kime.
Folsom. A most pleasant time is re Nosier announced himself a notary, occasion for jo y and feasting. Fif
in bank waiting for the opportunities which
here, and T. A. Walker was a house
by a storm at Coos Bay, if the jetty is not too far gone to ported.
daily present themselves in the business world.
and sign painter; Chas. A. Harrington
• • ft
This is an age of quick action. Real estate and busi
confine and direct the current—and the dredge Michie can
did hauling and freighting, and we are only the guests present, hut all
ness deals are consummated within the hour. Your
lie in the upper bay and wait for another chance to do the
wondering if that is where he learned those who know the bride and
credit in the community may be excellent. You may
only effective work she has ever done, by giving assistance The members of the J. G. W. Club to make the best hotcakes that ever groom wish them bon voyage in
be able, if given a little time, to borrow enough money
were entertained at the home of Mrs. graced the breakfast table of a public
to put through a deal. B ut the man with the ready
in fighting fire in Marshfield or North Bend. Coquille is Fay Jones Tuesday evening. The house eating house. F. Mark advertised a the great adventure
cash, the man with the cheek book, will get the p refer
deeply interested in this matter, if she only knew it, for was prettily decorated, green and dark furniture store in Marshfield. Mrs. A.
red chrysanthemums being used in the G. Aiken had a millinery store here and from Roseburg, Joe Laird and fam
the deepening of the Coos Bay bar is a necessary prelimin color scheme in the parlor and yellow J. J . Wilson was the watchmaker and
B E R EA D Y W IT H A C H E C K BOOK TO G R A S P
ily were up from Myrtle Point, Wm.
ary to the development that will place one of the world’s chrysanthemums in the dining room.
jeweler. Miss Lora Leach did sewing Pettys from Coquille. Iv an Laird
AN O P P O R T U N IT Y .
and dressmaking. Dr. Sponogle was
important seaports at our doors. However, the Coos Bay Those present were:
Mesdames Lamb, Lyons, J. C. Slagle, located here, also J. C. Stockman, M. took Mr. and Mrs. E ndicott lo
people seem to be buffaloed by the argument that if they Fred Slagle, Henry Lorenz, Hartson, D., and Dr. T. A. W inter gave his lo Marsltfield that n ip h t on their way
fail to endorse and lie about the dredge the engineers will Ed Lorenz, Folsom, Howard, Geo. Lo cation as Myrtle Point. The “ New A 1 to the honeymoon.
Skeels, Gould, Davenport, Law Schooner Parkersburg” offered to de
Mr. and Mrs. Stew art, of Myrtle
be offended and will not recommend the jetty project— renz,
rence, Fuhrman, Johnson, Hawkins, liver freight at the following rates:
have been working the East
the only thing that can do any good. One can imagine Endicott, Wilson, Low, Osmondson, Flour $4 per ton, salt, iron, nails and
F o rk as far as the limits of Brewster
the effect on Congress when an appropriation for jetty
Butler, Henderson, Schroeder, Knowl-
it was not then considered neces valley, selling fruit trees for the
work is asked for and the spoil is made that the bar ton, True, ary, Sterling, and Barton! and
sary to say that she ran to San Fran Oregon Nursery. Mr. S tew art is
dredge, recommended by the engineers, built at an ex the Misses Frizeen, Williams, Asplund, cisco, as Portland had not yet heard of the ex-post master of Myrtle Point
Myren, Mayme Levier, Fern Levier, the county which was being developed
pense of half a million and operated at an expense of $50, Clare
He is something of a standpatter
Sherwood, and Jamison.
by San Francisco capital. George
it Is am usem ent and education
ft ft ft
000 a year, is a complete success and is doing all that was
(Lord) Bennett announced the Bandon
him tell how the democrats
expected of her, is able to deepen the channel as much as POPULAR COOS GIRL WEDS
purchasers, and after enumerating the got his “ g o at,” and how b e g o t the
required and to keep it deepened, yet we want a million (H erald’s Special C. C. News Service) attractions of the location he adds that
long eared jackass in the shape ol
dollars or so for jetties because—oh, just because. We’ll Miss Zella Summerlin, one of Coos “ when connected by rail, as we hope it an “ inspector” who put the job up
county’s most popular young ladies, soon will be, with the inland railways, ”
get it—in the neck.
slipped quite a surprise over on her it will be a great summer resort.
There are many other recollections of
F red Baker is quite sick with
many friends a few weeks ago by going
It is indeed comforting to observe that so many of the quietly to Coquille where she met her former days that will be called to the quinsy.
sweetheart, H erbert Ballin, of mind of any old resident by a perusal,
A republican nomination docs
country’s great leaders who were prophesying such dire old
Portland, and was ved to him, on the of this old paper, which is not so far |
disaster a month ago, if Wilson were to be elected, can quiet, so they thought, but as is ever behind those of the present day as one not alw ays mean an election in
now see all kinds of signs of coming of prosperity. Even the case, a little bird heard about it, might expect.
and not long after the wedding vows
Mrs F orem an surely polled the
in spite of the dire Democratic tariff, that had permanent had been taken, the news was spread
How to Attract the Birds
R. A E A ST O N .
ly ruined the lumber business on this coast, that industry ing like wildfire throughout the country,
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the little ruse so carefully planned,
Lovers of birds in the northwestern
is experiencing such a boom as it has seldom enjoyed, and so
Beaver Hill News
failed, like so many other things, to be portion of the United States who wish
our little local mill has just secured a contract that will a secret.
to attract the feathered wild creatures
To say this was a surprise, is ex to live and nest about their homes may (Herald’s Special C. C. News Service)
keep it grinding at full time for a year to come.
pressing it mildly. No one, not even receive valuable suggestions as to me
Will K ohn, m anager of the Bea
the parents of either party, had the thods of protection, feeding and the [ ver Hill store was a Marshfield vis
ings, goods and clothing, you have in slightest suspicion of the intentions of provision of nesting places from Farm
One Thousand Hands
ers' Bulletin 760, recently published by itor last week.
all $2,428,350 turned into the town in these scheming lovers.
Mr. and Mrs. T om Harrison are
one year through the coming of one
The bride is employed as teacher in the U. S. Department of Agriculture.
An ínteres ing and accurate calcula great industry. In conclusion one may the Dora school, while the groom is em The publication relates to Washington, h ic k after spending a week in
tion has been made of what an industry again note the prodigious results which ployed in his father’s office. The bride Oregon, Idaho, northern California,
Marshfield with relatives
employing 1000 hands means to a com are effected by the presence in Canada is the pretty and accomplished daugh and the western half of Montana, and
of some 485,000 artisans. In round fig ter of Rev. and Mrs. R. G. Summerlin, is the second of a series of bulletins 1 School Supervisor G olden visited
It increases the population Py 5000 ures these men would mean at least of Tillamook, but has always made her suggesting methods of attracting birds the Beaver Hill school Friday.
♦ 1,056,322,260 to the Dominion.
home with her grandmother, Mrs. L. in various sections of the country.
Mrs. L. McLay was at Marsh
It adds $90,000 to the value of public
An industry employing 1000 hands L. Harmon, of Lee. She is very popu
field this week on business.
may be regarded as a large one, but lar among the social circles of the
The assessment is increased by $600,- the same percentage of results would county. The groom is the son of F. A.
Jo h n Barnett, of H cnryville, is
Under New Management
follow in larger or smaller plants, so Ballin, President of the Ballin Boiler
visiting at Beaver Hiil with rela
It pays u t annually in salaries and that one can easily begin to reckon for Co. of Portland.
Figures obtained in the Government
Having leased this well-equipped hotel, I propose
Printing Office show that from June 1 tives.
himself what any particular industry
Mrs. Ballin returned to her school j
conduct it in such a manner as to merit pat
It represents through its buildings would mean to a town or city.
to October 1. forty-i ight million copies
which she refused to give up, ami
and the houses of its employees an in
ronage and give satisfaction to the traveling
At least 25 per cent may be safely which, she says, she intends to finish of speeches of Si lators and Represen the Beaver Hill hall Saturday night.
vestment of $2,000,000.
added to the above figures to conform before going to her new home. Mr. tatives and political leaders were print
The annual expenditure in food would to present-day prices.
ed for distribution. It has been figured
Ballin returned to Portland where he
Certain Cure for Croup
be $6$,000 in meat, $8600 in potatoes,
out that each speech required an aver
resumed his work in the employ of his
96000 in sugar, $18,850 in milk, $<15,700
age of three feet of paper, and if this
Mrs. Rose Middleton, of Greenville,
in butter and $27,600 in eggs.
basis is correct, there was a grand to
In June the young couple expect to tal of 114,000,000 feet, or 125,837 miles III., has had experience in the tre a t-_
Summed up, this means that an in
dustry employing 1000 hands is worth \ The following cases were tiled with go on F. A. Baltin's one hundred and of paper us d in printing these speech ment of this disease. She says, “ W ht n
A I R BALSAM
sixtv acre dairy ranch, fourteen miles es. All this vast number of speeches my children were small my son had ,
$221,600 m year to the farmers of the tne county d e rk during the week:
A t o i l e t p r e p a r a t i o n of merit.
T I I E D IA M O N D IIR A M *.
H e lp * t o e r a d i c a t e d a n d r u f f , j
L a d l e « t A s k y o u r D r u g g i s t for A '
Crane Co. vs. Charles Thom et al; from Portland.
appeared at one time in the Congres
C 'h t -c h e s -te r ’B I H a m n n d M r * n d / A \
F o r R e s t ' rin g C o lo r a n d
1*111» In R e d and M o ld m t l a l l R \ V /
The expenditure in clothing would be Coos county vs. L. Adamson, et al; J.
The many friends of these young sional Record. It is estimated that
1 * « , s e a le d with B lu e R ib b o o . W
li .n o a t D ragglate.
T a k e n o o th er. B u y o f y o u r
O. Stemmier vs. T. J. Green et al; Go- people extend to them a host of good three thousand pounds of ink were used immediately, and 1 was never without
Hem otps rv>ms,Cal-
D IA M O N D B R A N D 1*1 LI.A , f r t o
the annual payment of taxes ing and Harvey Co. vs. Kenneth Kcl- wishes for a long ami happy married and that it required 600 pounds of paste it in the house. I have taken it myself I ■*«**, e t c .. stoi>* a ll p ain, en sir e * co m fo rt t o th e
years known as Best. Safest. Always R ellatte
for coughs and colds with good results. ’
' .? *otai expenditure en build- ley; and I.ettic Cowan vs. David Cowan. life.
to put the pages together.
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Swiss Cheese, Cream Brick, Limburger, and Blue Hill
For Pies try the Canned Pumpkin,
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Farmers and Merchants Bank
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M O T E L
B A X T E R
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