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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 8, 1912)
Purified petrolium, emul
sified with hypophos-
phites o f lime and soda.
Tonic, stimulant, nutri
tive, intestinal, a n t i
s e p t i c , auti-tubereular.
$1. the Bottle
The Rexall Store
In the Good Old
The (food housewife finds the family
washing particularly disagreeable—
the hot, steaming suds—the muss
and dirt—house upside down—Hub
by gets home to a cold lunch and is
cross—baby cries, etc.
The work o f taking care o f the
family wash is a pleasure to us—
it is our business--we are equipped
for it. Send it to us—be rid of all
the worry and hard work. You
will be glad—the baby will be
g o o d — Hubby will smile over a
warm dinner—you will live longer
and be happier.
C O Q U IL L E LAU N DRY
AND ICE CO.
CITY COUNCIL PAYS
OUT OVER $5,000
The Coquille City Council met Mon
day evening, thoae present being Coun
cilman Pierce, Skeels, Lyons and Leach,
I Mayor Morrison, Recorder Lawrence,
Marshal Evcrnden and City Engineer
The following bills were ordered paid:
I P. E. Lawrence, chainman
» 10 50
■ Coq. River Electric Co., lights 1U5 00
j Coq. Valley Sentinel, printing
| Coq Hdwre. Co., lamps, etc.
L R. Nosier, hall rent 3 mos.
j Coq. Mill & M. Co., lumber
J. 8. Lawrence, cash advanced
j C. B. Pav. & Con. Co., lumber
' Skookum Rest., meals for pris.
j Chas, Samson, labor on streets
¡John Smith, labor on streets
| J. B. Pointer, driying
W. C. Rose, city hall lot
P. E. Lawrence, chainman
Baker A Hamilton, pipe etc.
S. V. Epperson, work nights
Coq. Valley Sentinel, printing
Coq. Hdwre Co., waterpipeetc. 162 57
Marshfield Hdwre Co., fittings
C. B. Home Tel. Co., messages
Nosier & Norton, gasoline
Nelson Iron Works, supplies
C. J. Bradley, blacksmithing
W. O. Cone, labor
J. E. Quick, grinding axe etc.
W. H. Mansell, fgt. & draying
Coq. Mill & M. Co., lumber
Crane & Co., pipe and fittings
C. R. Flanagan, Spurgeon st.
W. J. Longston, First and C st.
P. E. Lawrence, First street
C. B. Paving Co. .ditto, contract 1000 00
W. J. Longston, B street sewer
P. E, Lawrence, ditto, chainmn
C. B. Paving Co., B street im
P. E. Lawrence, ditto, chainmn
By his request, City Attorney L. A.
Liljeqvist was granted an extension of
two weeks on his leave o f absence.
The committee on plans for new city
hall reported, recommending that the
plans o f the city engineer be adopted,
saying that he had offered to furnish
the plans and specifications for #250 and
to supervise the work as part o f his
duties as city engineer. The report
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“ Blest Be the Tie That Binds”
P H Y S IC IA N S
DR. JAS. RICHMOND
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg.
Oltice Phone Main 211
Dr. C. IN. ENDICOTT
Office over First National Bank
Phone Main 431
DR. H. B. MOORE
Room 2, Laird Bldg
Chronic Diseases a Specialty
Office Hours, 9:30 to 12, 2 to 5.
A. J. SHERWOOD
A ttornev at L aw
First National Hank Building
L. J. LILJEQI/IST
A ttorney at L aw
First National Bank Building
A ttornev at L aw
E. D. SPERRY
C o u n s e l l o r at
Office in Robinson Building
W. C. CHASE
A ttorn Y at L aw
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg
C. R. BARROW
A ttorney and C ounsellor at L aw
Office Phone 335
Residence Phone 346
J. J. STANLEY
G. D. HOLDEN
Justice of Peace, Notary Public
U. 8. Commissioner
Office in Robinson Building
The “ Progressive” Party
Is the individual, man or woman, who
uses Foley Kidney Pills for backache,
rheumatism, weak back, and other kid
ney and bladder irregularities. Foley
Kidney Pills are healing, strengthening,
tonic, and quick to produce beneficial
Contain no harmful drugs.
Never sold in hulk. Put up in two sizes
in sealed bottles. The genuine in a yel
low package. Fuhrman's Pharmacy.
at the Sceuic Theater Thursday and Church of Christ of this city, took
A peer part in the services.
The people of Bridge are happy
less company. Admission 25-50C.
L. H. Hazard has returned from iu possessing this church and in
a three weeks’ visit to relatives sDd the successful services c.f the day.
Clayton E. Downs, Ithaca, Mich., and
Friday, August 8 and 9.
Myrtle Davis, Remote, Oregon.
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Hot Time on the Coach Ranch
Leo J. Carey, manager of the
Coach Timber Company’ s interests, friends in California, where his fam
visited the large ranch owned by ily are sojourning for the summer.
Dr. H. E Hermann, eye specialist,
the firm near Lampa, on Tuesday
last, for the purpose ot branding will he at the Baxter Hotel, Cc-
cattle. He took with him as assist quille, Monday and Tuesday, Au
ants Geo. E. Peoples, Stewart and gust 19 and 20. Remember the
Will Lyons and A. R. Clinton dates,
Seventy head of cattle, we are in
A clipping from a Houolulu paper
formed, were branded in less than of July 30 says that Jas. L. Coke,
three hours. Clinton and Will Ly “ the prominent lawyer and politi
ons were designated the “ bulldogs” cian,” is about to make a visit to
their duties being catching and his old home here.
roping the bovines. As a “ roper
Frank Warren is buildiDg a large
in” Stewart Lyons proved to be the house on his Cedar l’ oiut ranch, has
champion, however, and he is think just completed a fine barn aud mak
ing seriously of going to Pendleton ing other improvements. John Yon
at the round-up to take the laurels kam is the contractor.
from the cowboys of the sagebrush
The contributions made by the
plains. Animals were in place for merchants and others of the five
branding faster than the iron could Coos county towns to the premium
be kept hot for the purpose notwith fund for the School Children’s In
standing Geo. E, Peoples acted as dustrial Fair nmount to £577,00.
the bellows, and those who are ac
A. F. Bergon, who is foreman for
quainted with George know he is
not slow in furnishing "w in d,” the Coas Bay Paving company here
C»rey not only did the branding j is showing his experience in sub-
but gave an exhibition of his “steer” grading streets and paving. He is
riding in payment of services ren a valuable man to that company.
Attorney Ldjeqvist and wife re
dered by his assistants, and they
Wednesday from a visit to
consider themselves overpaid and
ovetjoyed. Trying tailholt tangle- the old home at Wausau, Wisconsin.
ments were blithely illustrated* by They were treated to severe electric
Mr. Clinton, and all contributed storms while away. Were absent
merriment to the tedious task as six weeks to a day.
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A Wide Awake Slumber Party
your r digestion, invigorate your liver,
and i regulate your bowels, entirely doing
,y w it6 that miserable feeling due
ers have been permanently cured—
why not you? For sale by all druggists.
WILL BE AT
Monday = Tuesday
August 19, 20
LOTS AND BARN
on the corner opposite
CO Q UILLE
George & Gibier, Prop«.
A dollar and a penny once hap
pened to be together in the snme
pocket, and the dollar began to put
on aiis. “ I am a big gun,” said the
dollar, “ and you are nobody. I am
white and bright, aud you are only
a dull, mud colored Indian. I am
religious for I am all the time say
ing ‘In God We Trust,’ and you are
only a pagan. I am patriotic for on
one side I have the American eagle
and the other the goddeaa of liberty,
and I buy lota of fireworks on the
Fourth of July. I am heavenly
minded for I have the stars to think
about, aad you don’ t Iiave anything.
I am precious, for I im nice bright
silver and everybody wants me; but
you are the base cop er and nobody
cares a snap for you.
"That may all he so,” said the
poor little penny. ‘ You may be
more patriotic than 1 am and more
religious than I ai- but I go to
church more than y u do and am
found in the contribr ion box often,
er than you in*.” — F.x.
“ I was cured of diarrhoea by one dose
A U T O SF R VICE
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Any time, any ,4ace.
Diarrhoea Remedy," writes M. E. Geb-
hardt. Oriole, Pa. There is nothing
1 phones. T. A. Vr alker.
better. For sale byall druggists.
Better than the Best
IT H O U T our knowledge, the Columbus Labo
ratories o f Chicago tested F is h e r ’ s B l e n d
F lour for a Dakota Wheat Grower. The an
alysis ranked F is h e r ’ s B len d F lo u r higher in Gen-j
eral Average, Gluten Quality, Water Absorption and
Loaf Value than the best Dakota all-IIard Wheat Pat
ent Flour, which is the recognized standard for bread
stuff efficiency. F is h e r ' s B l e n d F lour is a scientific
combination of Eastern I lard Wheat and Western Soft
Wheat, preserving the best qualities of each. It costs
you from W to 85% less than a straight Eastern Hard
Wheat F lou r — does
F is h e r ’
B lf . x d
For Sah• by All Dealers
FISHER FLOURING MILLS CO. SF„ASTT.LE
C re s c e n t Ranges
M ade by the Pacific Stove and Range Co., St. Johns, Oregon
work, portraiture and
and printing for ama
Largest Sto ck
of Ranges in
teurs. Call and see us
and get our prices.
Storage"Room for Rent
r F IR E -P R O O F
The only ready roofing manu
factured that is absolutely fire
Made of a combination of As
bestos (stone) fibre and genuine
Trinidad Lake Asphalt. This
roofing is proof against every
It is simple to lay and never
requires painting, graveling or
repairs. Used on all kinds of
Write or call for Samples
J. H. Oerding
One of the best buys in
Coquille for the money
is to be had in the
REMEMBER T H E D A T E S
A Bargain in Lots
D R .H .E .
Remedy in his family for fourteen
years, and that he has found it to he
an excellent remedy, and takes pleasure
in recommending it. For sale by all
A "slumber” party, in honor of
the Christian church.
the visiting girls, was given by
Need money— will offer
Miss Marguerite Longston on last
them for a short time for
Thursday night. The guests in
vited to slumber were the Misses
Curry, Woodford, Bessie and Dixie
One-half down, the rei\
Mahan and Eula Slagle. Messrs.
on easy payments : : :
Neiman, Charles Harlocker, Owen
C. A. Pendleton
Knowlton, Earl Slagel, Walter Oer- Phone 3 X
ding and Perry Lawrence were also
invited by the hostess to join a thea
ter party in the early part of the
evening. Returning to the home,
the guests were served with refresh
ments, and games and various
amusements helped to while the
time away until the we sma’ hours
ol the morning when the young
men departed to their homes and
the young ladies to “ Slumberland.”
Married:— Allen B. Donaldson
and Addie Mny Darling, both of
Coquille, at the home of the bride,
Entertainment August 22
south of town, Wednesday, August
Miss Gitchel of Pineville, instruc 7, 1912, Rev. C. H. Cleaves of the
tor in olocutioD and public speak M. E Church South officiating.
ing in the Crook county high school,
Mrs White of Klamath Falls, who
psid Coquille a visi' last Tuesday. with her husband Dr. White, has
While here she made arrangements been visiting her parents, Mr. and
to give an entertainment Thursday Mrs. R C. Dement at Myrtle Point,
evening, August 22. under the aus
was taken to Mercy Hospital at
pices of the Coquille Educational North Bend last week where she
underwent a surgical operation.
Miss Gitchel is a graduate of the
Geo. H. Baxter and wife arrived
Emerson School of Elocution and
for a two weeks’ visit
Oratory of Boston.
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with relatives at the old borne. Mr.
A vast amount o f ill health is due to Baxter worked on the Herald in
impaired digestion. When the stomach
One lot and seven room ho“ se at
fails to perform its functions hroperlv times past. He is now owner of
the whole system becomes deranged. the Creswell Chronicle, one of the cost. Three blocks ¡rom the post-
A few doses o f Chamberlain's Tablets
office. See J. E. Quick.
are all you need. They will strengthen leading country papers in the state.
signed them. It was a "hot time”
on the Coach ranch.
N osler A N orton .
cation aud the crowd Adjourned till
County Clerk Watson issued the fol
The City Bakery announces that 8 p. m., when Evangelist Williams
lowing .marriage licenses during the
beginning August 8, and hereafter closed his short s«-rieB of meetings
Allen B. Donaldson and Addie May the price of bread will be three with a splendid sermon ou “ The
Darling, both o f Coquille.
loaves for ten cents.
Carlton M. Freeman, North Bend,
Rev. T. B. McDonald of the
Margaret lies Comedy Company
and Nellie Wasson, Empire.
R. B. HOAG. M. D.
SUNDAY SERVICES IN
The Coquille Mill and Mercantile
Company are prepared to supply 1
your needs iu all kinds of fruit
Farmers Union rntets Saturday.
box st. Apple, prune and tomato
Commercial club meets Monday boxes on hand. Auy size made to
Christian Science Society
order. Both phones.
Services at 11 a m next Sunday
Excellent entertainments are the
The SuDday schools of the Meth at the Little C hurch. S u b ject o f j I
order at the Scenic.
odist, Presbyterian, Christian and lesson serm on “ S p irit.''
County Clerk Watson has issued Episcopal churchea are holding a
2,14(1 game licenses to date.
picnic today iu the grove ou the
Preaching Sunday morning at 11
Editor Dean has sold the Cottage hillside east of the city. V merry
Evening service 8 o’clock.
throng is enjoying an outing and
Grove Leader to his competitor.
Sunday School at IU a. m.
Alexandre Hicieur, a native of
Frank H. Adams, Pastor.
Italy, has applied for his first cit baskets.
Dr. H. E. Hermann arrived iu
M E. Church Soqlh
Fiiday last with his tour
Fees were collected by County
Sunday school at 1 0. a. m.
Sunday morning, Aug. 1 1 , the
Clerk Watsou for the month of July ing car. He is accompanied by bin
wife and son and a sister, Mrs ,S. W pastor will use as his theme; “ The
to the amount of £079.50.
Starmer. The Doctor wlil visit Multitude."
The city council at its meeliog
You are invited to be present.
Baudon, Port Orford snd Gold
Monday evening oideied bills paid
Union services at the l’ resbytern
Beach returning here for profession
church in the evening.
to the amount of $5,210.02.
al work Monday and Tues lay, Au
C. H. C leaves , Pastor.
From this date, (August 8,) on
gust 19 and 20.
the City Bakery will sell three
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
C. E. Niles and wife of Antlers.
loaves of Bread for ten ceots.
There will he preaching Sunday
Oklahoma, arrived in the city last
C. C. McCormick of the LadieB Thursday with a view of locating. at 11 a. in. No evening service.
T. B. M cDonald, Minister
Bazaar goes to Eugene Sunday to Mr. Niles is pleased with Coquille
look after business inter* sts.
aud the improvemr nts going for
V. R. Wilson, optician, will be in ward are inspiring. We trust he
The Christian Church, M. E
Coquille Friday and Saturday, Au may engage in a business to s de Church South and the Preshyteriau
gust 16 and 1 7, at Hotel Baxter.
gree as profitable as be wilt find our Church have united for holding
Sunday services during July aDd
For Sale—Young mare, weight people hospitable.
1,400; gentle, sound and true. Ad
Edward Croft and sou Jeremiah,
August 11, services will be held
dress I. Nordstrom, Parkersburg.
both of Tacoma, passed through in the Presbyterian Church, sermon
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moehler of C.iquille Monday last on their way bv Rev. T. B. McDonald.
Marshfield have beeu visiting Mrs to a ranch they own twelve miles
Union Young Peoples’ meeting
below Bandon. Mr. Croft, Sr., is a will be held at the Presbyterian
Moehler’s mother, Mrs Wickham.
The high school building looks candidate for state senator from the Chjrch Sunday August 11, at 7 p. m.
conducted by one of the Christian
splendid with its new coat of slate- twenty-seveuth senatorial district of Church members.
colored paint and ornamentations in
This will be the order to be fol
Coos couuty and the prospects for
lowed so far as ie now kuown.
rapid progress in the near future.
V. R. Wilson, a former resident
of Coquille, now of Bandoti, con
Funds for Stale Schools
Church Dedicated a! Bridge
templates locating here permanent
Coos county has received £ 1 0,-
Sunday, August 4, was a high day
at Bridge, the important event 934,94 as its proportion der ived
Mrs. Hudson has secured the being the dedication of the church trom loans of state school funds.
agency for the Thomas Guaranteed at that place. At 11 o’clock State The distribution is £ i,86 for every
Hose and all orders will leceive
Secretary C. F. SwaDder preached a person .between 4 and 20 years ot
careful attention. '
sermon, aDd cash and pledges rain age enumerated in the school cen
Alva Warren is building hn addi
ed iu sufficient to clear the indebt sus, there being 5 ,8 7 9 in this coun
tion to the rear of his home at Third
edness aud finish the interior of the ty. There are 18 9 ,5 0 6 persons in
and Elliott streets, Mr. Varney hav
building. At noon a bountiful din the state between the ages named
ing the contract.
ner was served at the church and at and the apportionment is £3 5 2 ,4 8 1,
Get your peaches for canning 2 p. m., the church was formally
Mr. W. S. Gunsalus, a farmer living
now. Never cheaper. Never better. dedicated to the worship of God.
near Fleming, Pa., says he used Cham
We have them. A sk your dealer Another sermon followed the dedi berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
" ^ C o q u ille , Oregon-
Fourteen Ranges on
W e are prepared to
offer six of these R an
ges at the Reduced
T h e bodies of these
Ranges are made of
Call and see them
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