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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1912)
R E X A L L
E M U L S IO N
Purified petrolium, emul
sified with hypophos-
pliites of lime and soda.
Tonic, stimulant, uutrF
tive, intestinal,, a n t i
s e p t i c , anti-tubercular.
$ 1 . t h e B o t t le
The Rexall Store
P rofessional C ards
PH YSIC IA N S
WILL K t BONUS HIM
At Monday n ig h t’s meeting of the
city council, all hnuds wore on deck
except Councilman Pierce.
Ordinance No. 71 wae passed,
levying an asBissnient against the
p ro p trty b c m f it tf d , for the purpose
of defraying cent of the improve
ment of F ir s t street. The ordinance
curries an emergency clause, ui.d ti e
collection of the assessment» was
Ordinance No. 72, which was also
passed, authorizes the city to issue
im provement bonds to Ibe amount
of $8,06 3.89, for unpoid assessments
for the improvt ment of First street,
that being the nmeutit for which
applications to bond have bfen filed
by property ow neis who wish to
pay in installments These bonds
will be dated the 24th of September,
1912, nnd b ear interest at the rate
of 6 per cent, paynble aemi-annually
and mature in ten years, and are
redeemable nfter one year, a t the
option of the city. The denomina
tion is $500, excepting the first one,
which will be for $563.89. A reso
lution was passed, that the bonds
be advertised for Bale in the official
paper of the city.
The city engineer reported the
improvement of II street to be com
pleted and th at the total cost was
J D. Woodruff, proprietor of the
“ Dime’’ theatre, was made an allow
ance of two months from date on
his license. H aving paid for three
months, of which time lie had only
run p a r t of the timo, the council
g ran ted his request for an allowance
as he wished to open th e show
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B R IN G H O M E A BO X
H ave you registered ?
01 Miller’s ice cream and you
won’t ever try home made cream
again. Why should you? Miller’s
cream is made of the best of
materials, by the most sanitary
methods and is certainly better
than the best home made and
F arm ers U nion meets S a t i r d a y .
J. A. O e id in g has rough lumber
j for sale at $5 per thousand.
‘ Bull M " s c ” acceptable to all at
I the store of H e n ry Lorenz
Steam er T ijlam ook arrived at
Bandon M onday from Portland.
J. H Barton of Myrtle Point was
in the city fer a few hou rs Monday.
T he circuit court adjourned W e d
nesday ev en in g to M onday, October
R. E McDaniels, the Remington
typew riter agitator, was a caller on
School c h ild re n — Scenic T h eatre
starts at 7 :30. -See the pictures and
get to bed early.
H . C. Diers of N o rth Bend w ill
ru n as an independen t candidate
lor county surveyor.
Hummel & Denzel Co.
The Best Show of its Kind on the Coast
Ventriloqual Acts, Musical Acts. Magic. Black Art and Illusions,
Singing and Dancing, Sketches, Playlets and Comedies
Mrs Jasper Y oak atn departed tor
Oakland, C a l , S atu rd ay , going be
steamer from Marshfield
The Best, Funniest and Most Classy Vaudeville
Entertainers in the Business
L o s t —on streets of Coquille, little
girl’s necklace and locket. C ontains
photograph. R etu rn to H erald and
EVERY ACT A FEATURE. Strictly moral and refined
for ladies and children. W< e spare no time,
money or pains to make this a rich man’s
pleasure and a poor man’s delight
Curfew rings long after the close
of the first show at the Scenic
DR. JAS. RICHMOND
Doors open at seven,
Coos Bay Tim es: H iram King, | County Clerk Watson issued the fol Theatre.
at 7 :30.
well known resident of Coos coun
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY BACK
Office in Hichmond-Barker Bldg.
L u n d a n d sister, Miss
Office Phone Main 211
Saturday. Word was received by j Emil B. Olsen and Anna C. Johnsen, Olson, are visiting Councilman
both of Marshfield.
message to the family. Mr. K ing
T r u e and wife
Mrs. T rue is the
R. B. HOAG. M. D.
John F. Coney and Eva E. Fry, both
went to California ab ou t two years
d a u g h te r of Mrs. Lund.
Lacking In Manners
ago for his health being a rheumatic
J. W. Leneve, the all round utili
Ralph William Rodgers and Viga
sufferer. He has been residing at j Ellen Rodgers, both of Bandon.
T h e ju d g e was a short-tempered
ty man, is assisting Cashier L- H.
F resu o with his sister, Mrs. G. G.
man, an d had several differences
John E. McCormick, Lebanon, Ore., H azard in the F irst'N a tio n a l Bank
Dr. C. IN. ENDICOTT
and Margaret C. Hewitt, Marshfield.
M. L Church South
with one of the counsel engaged be
d u rin g the absence of O C. Sanford
Mr. King was a son of T. A, King
Preaching S unday, September 29. fore him. At last he said, " I can
Dan E. Maloney and Helen A. Brad
Sol DavidsoD, a w atch m ak er for
of Coqutlie. He also leaves three ley, both of Marshfield.
both services. A full attendance of teach you law. B r o t h e r --------- .but
Office over First National Bank
merly in the employ of M arx &
sisters; Mrs. H arry Noble of this
R. M. Nelson and Levana M. Lillebo,
membership is requested at the I canuot teach you manners.”
Phone Main 431
B loch , P o rt la n d , contemplates estab
" T h a t is so, my lo r d ," was the
city, Mrs. Moody of Coquille and both of Marshfield.
morning service especially. Presid
lishing a je.velry store in Coquille.
Mrs. Nelson of Fresno. H e was
ing Elder, E H Mowre will preach.
DR. H. B. MOORE
Real Estate Deals
Scenic T h e a tre starts the first
Few, if any, medicines, have met
unmarried and about 50 years old.
S u n d a y school at 10. a m.
with the uniform success that has at
show promptly at 7:30 in order to
Room 2, Laird Bldg
F o r many years Mr. K ing was
You are invited to be present.
tended the use of Chamberlain’s Colic,
Prof. Beggs’ Marshfield juvenile
Chronic Diseases a Specialty
Office Hours, 9:30 to 12, 2 to 5.
C. H . C l k a v e s , Pastor. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The
dancers, gave an excellent ex h ib i closely associated with the lumber
remarkable euros of cohc and diarr
estate dealer, has sold his place, lo to see the pictures and get home
hoea which it has effected in al
tion at Masonic hall F rid ay even business of this county.
CHURCH OP CHRIST.
most every neighborhood have given it
He was a member of the K nights
ing. T h e ladies of the E astern
There will be preaching Sunday a wide reputation. For sale by all
field road, to Raymond E. Baker,
S tar were instrum ental in securing
A. J. SHERWOOD
candidate for county superintendent shoe and leather business in M a r s h it 1 1 a. m. and 8 p. tn.
A ttorney at L aw
them for the occasion, not with a o? the world.
T. B. McDonald, Minister
of schools. Mr. Baker an d family field in order, it is said, that be may
First National Bank Building
view o f financial gain bu t th a t the
are now comfortably located in their be free to purs’ue his canvass for
little people of Coquille m ig h t be
Services S unday at 11. a. m. and
the sheriff’s office.
come acquainted with their y o u n g
T h e steamer Aberdeen is e x p ect
L. J. LILJEQI/IST
E C. N ile, of the Pacific Real
M. P. L ong and wife were over- 8 p. m.
friends on the Bay. P rivate homes
S unday School at It) a. m.
A ttorney at L aw
ed to arrive in Marshfield, Monday E state» C om pany has sold the sunday visitors at Marshfield. T h e
of the city ex ten d e d hospitality to
F r a n k H . Adams, P astor.
First National Bank Building
Septem ber 30, to load a cargo of i premises of R. A. Wallis, located on motive was occasioned by business,
the visitors d u rin g their stay. T he
lu m b er from the Coquille Mill the Marshfield road near the city, the forerunner of pleasure, and they
en tertain m ent met every ex pecta
Christian Science Society
& Mercantile C om pany for L ong j to O. C. Jensen. TJte place co n experienced both.
Services at 1 1 a m next Sunday
tion of the promotors as the receipts
Beach and San P td ro , Calilornia tains eight acres.
were sufficient to liquidate ex p en
Jess P. Beyers, a former resident at the Little Church. S ubject of
A ttorney at L aw
T h e local mill is now shipping the $ 2,075. Mr. Jensen is a newcomer
lesson sermon “Reality.”
ses— and a little more. Chas Ev-
of Coquille, asks th at his H erald pe
lum ber by rail to Marshfield D. D and has taken possession of his new
land acted as money changer at the
sent to Morgan Hill, Cal., instead
An article th at has real merit should I
Pierce, secretary an d m anager of| home. Mr. Wallis will go to P o rt
door. Misses Doris and Elsa Peoples
of Old A lb uquerque, N. M , where in time become popular. That such is j
case with Chamberlain’s Cough [
E. D. SPERRY
were the sm iling, jolly and highly
he formerly resided.
Remedy lias been attested by many \
A ttorney and
Here is one ol them. II. W.
J . B. E aton, mem ber of the State dealers.
C ounsellor at L aw
Printer Gone Wrong
Hendrickson, Ohio Kails, Ind., writes,
this prom pt action to every detail
Congh Remedy is the I
Office in Robinson Building
accounts for the extensive foreigu I
best for eouuhs, colds and croup, and is '
formance, superior in m any te-
trade enjoyed. It is Coquille’s most
my best seller.” Sold by all druggist j
F . B Cameron, former editor ol
spects to those given by their
W. C. CHASE
the defunct Agitator, has applied to call last S atu rd ay . W e were dis
A ttorny at L aw
the County Court for a license to appointed in not meeting our genial
ru n a saloon in the S o u th Slough friend.
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg
City Hall Material
C harles N ewton, son o( W. D.
precinct, notice ol which appears in
F r a n k B urk holder has sold out the Marshfield Record. It is signed Newton, who resides n few miles
W ood— would you brin g as wood
C. R. BARROW
T h e steamer Elizabeth has arrived
the business and good will of the by a num ber of the th irsty residents up the river, was taken to the bos on that subscription account to the
A ttorney and C ounsellor at L aw
at Bandon from San Francisco with
Pacific Real E state C ompany to of th a t precinct. T h is is the first pital at Myrtle P oint yesterday to H erald ?
Office Phone 335
material for the new city hall, con
Residence Phone 346
E. C. Niles. Mr. B urkh older has instance we know of, says the Coos be operated upon for the cure of
sisting principally of brick, lime
For Sale— H ouse and five lots.
no m atured plans concerning the j Bay H arbor, where a printer be appendicitis.
and cement. The material will be
Reasonable. Apply to J. B. Sweet.
J. J. STANLEY
work in which he will engage, but came a dealer in liquors. T h e y are
Mr. Voter, C oun ty Clerk W atson
loaded on scows an d towed up river
F o r Rent cheup—a Btnall barn
we hope he will find rem unerative as a class more successful p u rch as has registration books open ready
to the Coquille docks. T h e work
if taken by the year
ers than sellers, and there are few for your nam e in order that you
of discharg ing the freight will re
won m any warm friends Mr N i l e s 1 printers w ho do not buy.
may exercise your franchise w i'h
q u ire considerable time and the
is not a novice in the real estate j
out unnecessary trouble at the
Milk and cream supplied a limit
Elizabeth will not be lree to return
busiuess h a v in g been engaged in
Fair Well Attended
election in November.
ed n u m ber of customers. Leave
to San Francisco before Saturday.
th at line of work before coming to |
Mr. and Mrs. O C. Sanford left orders at Miller’s Confectionery.
Contractor Bayliss came home on
Coquille. H e is an affable gentle- I
T h e Coos and C urry cou nty lair S aturday, tak in g steamer Redondo
the steam er and the cement will
For R eut or Sale — Thirty-five
m an with w hom it is a pleasure to
opened yesterday at Myrtle Point from Marshfield, for San Francisco.
soon be spread by the m as o n ’s
ranch half mile from creamery
with a good attendance. Excellent T h ey will visit S an Diego, Los
trowel th at will unite the bricks in
Fine dairy ranch. Will ru n ten
features— an d many of th e m —are Angeles and other coast cities being
shampely form in Coquille’s new
G W. S tarr, Bridge, Ore.
A Water Carnival
presented for the edification of vis absent about a m o uth.
T he Toledo Weekly Blade F R E E
itors and indications of splendid
Mr. and Mrs E- E. John son met
A. P. Miller returned S a tu r d a y I
when taken with Coquille H erald.
Reception to Rev. Cleaves from Portland an d is again dispens \
Mrs L- H. H azrad and two chit
contribute toward m a k in g the fair
The Sunset-Pacific Monthly and
dren at Marshfield last T h u rsd a y
in g good th in g s at his popular co n
Automobile owners in
Members of the Methodist Epis
Coquille H erald both one year
and conveyed them to their home
Mr. Miller and
Coquille are carrying m any of our in Coquille in Mr. J o h n s o n ’s a u to $2.25—a saving of 75a. Subscribe.
copal Church South will ten d er a
IT ’S O N L Y A S H O R T S T E P
family visited the state fair at Sal \
people to an d front the exhibition,
reception to their pastor, Rev. C. H
from discomfort and loss to comfort
mobile. Mrs. H azard had been vis
em an d he says Ju p iter Pluv iu s c o n
a speedy aud pleasant mode of trav
and food safety. Ju st order us to
Cleaves, F riday evening, Septem ber
For Sale on Easy Terms
Big Ben, he’ll call you
iting in California.
verted the ex hibitions into a water
leave you some of our ice regularly
el, and helps in m ak in g the purse
27, in recognition o[ their pleasure
One of the best improved and on the dot at any time
and the transformation will begin
T h e paved streets in our business
carnival, yet, while disagreeable,
equipped dairy farms in the Coquille
of the chauffeur plethoric.
at once. Don’t keep putting the
for having him with us another
the features presented were exten- j
section add a metropolitan aspect to Valley. For information inquire of you say.
matter off. Every day you do so
year, and to dem onstrate th e esteem
you are apt to lose in spoiled butter,
sive and m uch enjoyed. Mrs. Miller ;
the city th at fills us with oride. H L C a r l , ow ner, Myrtle Point,
And if you roll over and
milk, etc., many times the cost of
in which he is held The reception
and d a u g h te r Telia are in P ortlan d j
Cluster lights would m ake the Oregon.
the ice you ought to have.
will be given in the church where
at this w riting, bu t ate expected
beauties and usefulness of
he’ll repeat his call 30 sec
all his friends, irrespective of rrlig-
Eire destroyed the residence of thoroughfares
home in a few days.
onds later and keep on call
ious tenets, are cordially invited to
Jam es O ’Donnell at B u n k er Hill
should be installed.
ing until you’re wide
participate. Ministers from other
They Like Coquille
Mrs. F G. Leslie lett S a tu rd ay
churches will be in attendance and
caused by the explosion of cement
Regular as the Clock
for Fresno, going by steamer Fifield
an enjoyable evening, not only to
Big Ben stands 7 inches tall—
Mr». Bert Nichols, an expert sten which was being heated on the
H e’s heavy, massive, handsome.
Mr. Cleaves hu t to all who atten d , o g ra p h e r recently of D uluth, Minn., kitchen stove. Mr. O ’Donnell was from Bandon. Mrs. Leslie goes to
visit her sister, Mrs W. M. G ray . I
H e's got a great, big dial you can
will surely be experienced.
has accepted a position in the office seriously burned md was ta ken to
easily read in the dim morning
and on her way back will call upon
of Nosier A Not ton. The firm is Mercy hospital, N orth Bend, to be
light, a sunny deep toned voice
relatives in San Francisco and O a k
Horse for Sale
First-class fare only
you’ II hear distinctly on your sleep
ju bilan t in securing th e services of cared for. Nearly all household
land. She will be absent about a
Uj> freight, per to it
Nine-year-old bay gelding; per one so com petent to sssist in tbeii effects were destroyed.
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I’ve placed him in the window
fectly gentle; will work an y w h ere; bo sin ets affairs. Mr. Nichols is aid
Antone Deloria, Postm aster at (Jar-
Mr. an d Mrs. J S Brockman are
Look at him whenever you go by.
good d river and saddler; weight in g th e city surveyor, Hall Lewis. den, Mich., know« the exact facta w hen
C. A. H AR R ING TON
he speaks of the curative value ol Foley p lanning to si >ve on the ranch of
about 115 0 pounds. Nick Joh nso n
Mr. and Mrs Nichols are pleased Kidney Pills. He say*: “ From my own
2 4 C a lifo rn ia S tr e e t, S a n F ran c U c o
I T. Weekly- Mrs. B ro c k m a n ’s
P h on e 476 Farm ers.
with the climate anil the people of ex|»erience I recommend Foley Kid
ney Pill«, as a great remedy for kid father — on the East F ork, while
ney trouble. M v father was cured of Mi. W eekly anticipates m a k in g his
F o r R e s e rv a tio n s
If von knew of the reel value of Clmm-
disease and ;» good many of my
tierlain's biniment (nr lame bark, »<>re-
! ness of the muscles, sprains and I
Pills.” Sold at Fuhrman’s Pharmacy. comes the coming and speeds the
j rheumatic pains, you would never »ish
A g e n ts , C o q u ille , O re g o n
Sam e Old Place
j to be without it. f or tale by all drug-
H ave you registered ?
phones. T . A . Walker.
Scenic Theater Thurs. Oct. 3
SUNDAY SERVICES IN
y o u r call w ith
AND ICE CO.
S a n F r a n c is c o
a n d B andon
Come and See