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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1913)
Installation of O fficer»
Lodges o f T h re e Links
T h e Coquille Herald
PDBU8UBD F.\ BR T m i'K S Iu V
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Notice to Taxpayers
MAKE THIS TEST
Coquille Lodge No. 53 , I. O. O.
8 , 1905. al lhe | kw » ortie» ât Coquille, p., installed its officers Saturday
Ort-nou, uiuler »01 of Congresso! Man'll evening, January 4 .
Even if you have a luxuiiaut h e a d
are the uatnes of those who will of hair, you may want to know
WALTER G. ACKERMAN. Publisher labor to promote the tenets of the
whether it is in a healthy condition
Devoted to the material and social three Iiuks t
upbuilding of the Coquille Valley par
N. (!.—C. H. Cleave*
Pull a hair out of your head, if
ticularly and of Coos to u n ty generally.
V. G.—L. W. Oddy
Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance
the bulb at the end of the root is
Secretary—J S. Lawrence
Treasurer—L. H. Hazard
white and ihrunken, it ,rjvcs that
Warden—A. N. Gould
Phone, Main 354.
the hair is diseased »nd requires
Conductor- M. H. Hersey
R. S. N. G.—Geo. T. Moulton
prompt attention if its loss would
¡5. N. G.—Jam es Watson
Lawmakers met in Salem Mon L.
be avoided. If the bulb is pink
R. S. V. G.—A. B. Collier
day. Pan Malarkey was elected
1 G .-T . J. Thrift
and full, the hair is healthy.
Chaplain - C. R. Barrow
president of the senate and C. N.
We want everyone whose hair re-
The officers were installed by L.
McArthur speaker of the house. J
quires treatment to try Rexal! “93
S Barton of Coos was appointed on H. Hazard, D D. G.. G- M.
Hair Tonic. We promise that it
the committe on organization aud
shall not eoet anything if it does not
Officers ol Mamie Rebekah Lodge
order ot business.
give satisfactory results. It is de
No zo, I O O- F. were installed
signed to overcome dandruff, relieve
The Bandon Surf, auother Coos
scalp irritation, to stimulate the hair
county newspaper veuture, reached Mrs. Krnma McDonald, D. D P
roota, tighten the hair already in
N. G. - E nilv Horsey
our sanctum Saturday last
the head and overcome baldness.
Y. G .— Florence Barton
pages are newsy and interesting
Secretary - Annie Lawrence
It is lieeause of what Kexall ••93"
Treasurer Birdie SWeels
the channel »herein it rolls being
Hair Tonic has done an 1 our sin-
somewhat facetious though not dis
cere faith in it* goodness that we
I. G.—E tta Thompson
asttous. Here's to the S u rf-m ay
want you to try it at our risk. Two
O. G.—Mabel Hazard
it peacefully voyage on life's tem R. S. N. G .-Ju d ith Collier
sizes, oOc. and $100. Sold only at
L. S. N. G.—Annie Morrison
pestuous sea and usher up glittering
our store—The Reiall Store, Fuhr-
R. S. V. G.—Eva M. Barrow
jewels for humanity strolling on the
L S. V. G. —Annie Knowlton
man s Pharmacy.
Chaplain—Ora X. Maury
beach of time.
R efreshm ents were served at the
Here i* a ren edv that will cure your
. , .
iug fostered by fratern ity was p ro utation by its v .res of tuia oisease and
can always be depended upon? It is
ductive of an enjoyable time.
known everywhere as Chauit*erlain's
County Clerk Watson has in con
Cough Remedy, and is a medicine cf
templation the drafting of a bill to
V. R. W ilson. O p to m etrist real merit. Foi sale by all druggists.
H as secured space in E C. N iles'
real estate office, next door to Skeels
Bros store, and is prepared to a c
com m odate all w ho are in need of
glasses E x p e rt service and reason
able prices. Satisfaction g u a ra n
Person« troubled with partial paraly
sis are often very much benefited * y
m.sssaginc the affected parts thoroughly
■ iim applying Chamberlain'» Liniment.
This linim ent also relieves rheumatic
patr.s. For *a*e by all druggiate.
Subscriptions ta k e n for «11 lead
ing new spapers and periodicals p u b
lished in th e U nited States, at the
H erald office. Save m oney by o r
dering of us.
Mrs. A K. Tabor, of Crider. Mo., I ad
been troubled with sick headache for
alwut five years, when she began takinc ,
Chamberlain's Tablets. She 1 as taken
two hottles ot them and they cured her.
Sick headache i« caused by a disordered
stomach for which these tablet* are es
pecially intended. Try them, get well ;
and stay we... So .1 by ail drucgisu.
of LENEVK'S ICE CREAM and
you wou’t ever try home made
cream again. Why should you '!
Leneve’a cream is made of the
best of materials, by the most
sanitary methods and is certainly
better than the best home made
and cheaper too.
V U L U I T I I l
S K 0 0 KUM
The Winning Bread
Good bread is the steed that
health rides on. Our bread is
favorite because it is made of
the best wheat flour, by ex
pert bread makers and baked
in a model bakery. We bake
it every night and deliver it
to you fresh each morning.
Hot rolls if you wish them for
C. A. HARRINGTON
Noli« to Creditors.
Come and See
Sam e O ld Place
Regular as the Clock
an d Bandon
Firtt-clasa fare only
r p freight, per ton
Notice is hereby given that the un-
iersigned has been appointed adminis
trator af the estate o f Mary J. Fellows,
deceased, by the County Court of Coos
County, Oregon: and all p -rsona having
claims against said estate are required j
to present the same, du y ver.fied and
with proper vouchers thereto, to the
undersigned at the office of C. R. Bar -1
row, ¡n Coquille. Coos County. Oregon, |
within six months from the da e of this ;
Dated this the l-th dav of De,ember, ■
C. A. P e n d l e t o n .
Administrator of the Estate of Mary J.
C. R. Barrow, Attorney f. r Administra
Easy to Clean
All Sizes 6x9 to 18x19 In s
Prices 10c to 30c
St r . Br o o k l y n
NOW ON DISPLAY
F o r R e s e r v a t io n *
N O SL E R & N O R T O N
A g e n t s , C o q u ille , O r e g o n
¿ fo r d
F o r R e s e rv a tio n s
Nearly all the big him companies, the buyers of photoplays,
are located in or near N ew Y o rk C ity. Being nght on the
spot and knowing at all rimes just what sort of plots are wanted
by the producers, our S ales D e p a rtm e n t has a tremendous
advantage over agencies situated in distant cities.
on tim e
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LYONS & JONES
;S 6 2 2 N
I I CAN WRITE PHOTO PLA YS AND
EARN $25.00 OR MORE WEEKLV
The demand for photoplays is practically unlimited. The
big him manufacturers are "moving heaven and earth" in their
attempts to get enough good plots to supply the ever increasing
demand. They are offenng $100 and more, for single scen
arios, or written ideas.
fia t la s t a n d th e
on d isp la y now
It you have ideas— if you can T H IN K —we will shew
you the secrets of this fascinating new profession. Positively no
experience or literary excellence necessary. No “flowery lan
guage'' is wanted.
of th e cu sto m
New a n d S eco n d -H an d Goods
W e ^ J W ill^ S h o w ^ o ^
Big B e n
Helps ru n th e farm
T h is a n d o th er styles o f
A g e n ts , C o q u ille . O re g o n
Write Ideas For Moving Picture Plays!
The date for th e first pansage of
a vessel through the P anam a Canal
is tow put for S eptem ber 25 Dext,
which w-.ll be tbe 400th anmveiwarv
of t i e discovery of the Pacific.
A boot w ith everything
to recommend it to tbe man
whose taste is conservative.
N O SL E R & N O R T O N
B $ T r c a t than e v i *
MaHesiXlfil«'. Liqhler JJread.
ve Chamber.ain's Cough
ru n s y a- s • n as the child become*
hosi-se and H e attack m*y be warded
of!. For ** e by all druggist*.
high arch and heeL
A g e n t*. S a n F r a n c is c o , C a lifo rn ia
Over the hifts ami far away*—
on high speed and with power
to spare—the Vanadium built
Ford will take you at lowest cost.
It holds the world's hill climbing
record and bests all records for
economv in first and after costs.
First-e ass fart* only
Up freight,* j-er tou
Sudden & Christiansen
THE U N I V E R S A L C AR
A bean guessing contest is now
on at the Royal T h eater. E ach
Every third car a Ford—and every Ford
patron o f me theater is given a
user a “ booster." New prices—running
about $525— touring car I 1 - V — delivery car
ticket which entitles th e holder to
$625—town car SAX'—with all equipment
guess the number of beans in a glass
f. o. b. Detroit. Get particulars from
jar. The beans are called the ' Laz>
Fred Siagle, agent, Coquille, Oregon.
Wife" and are som ew hat Tarter
than the common k in d . Jars con
taining the arricTe w hich associated
with the porker made Boston ra
m ons. are :n th e store windows »•
Fnhrman s Ptarmac» and cket.s
grocery and each ja r contains the
i your id ren are subject to attacks
same num ber which is—we will of croup, watch for the first symptom,
C O * - ' : l_k_E
» » n i l
2 4 C a if orn i* S t r e e t , San F r a n c is c o
B ean G uessing C o n test
BRING HOME A BOX
WANT COLUMN s w « a r t i» & w i
E- & EL T. Kruse
Roy&l G ives $2.50 in
n o t tell.
T h e person guessing nearest the
cu m b er ot beans co ntained in each
iar w : be given f r 50 :n A m erican
monev at the R oyal on fôatnrda»
night, Ja n u a ry 1 5 . Y on m ay guess
as many • m es as yon p u rchase ad
mission rickets bnt m ust be at the
theatre the n ig h t the prize is given
By virtue of an execution and order
of sale duly issued by the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of the County of l oos,
State of Oregon, dated the pith day of
December, 11112, In a certain action in
the Circuit Court for said County and
State wherein Josephine G. Peoples
dants, for the sum of Two Hundred
Seven and 96-100 l*ollars and costs and
taxed at Fifty-one and
Pruning by experienced pruner disbursements
20-100 Dollars, on the nth day of De
Leave word at D.ane's store or the cember. 1912;
Notice is hereby given that I will on
Saturday, the 1st day of February,
( OV\ S FOEl SALE — Two good 1913, at the front door of the County
milch cows both coming fresh iD Court House in the City of Coquille, in
County, at ten o’clock in the fore-
Nile Miller. Phone : said
noon of said day. sell at public auction
1 to the highest bidder for cash, the fol
lowing described property, to-w it:
FOR SA LE.— Large brood mare The West half of the North-west
aud six months old colt. Mare in quarter of the North-west quarter of
toal. Inquire of C. J Elwood, Co Section Thirty-six in Township Twenty-
seven South of Range Thirteen West of
the Willamette Meridian; also begin
ning at a point on the Section line 10
The Oregon Merchants’ Mutual chains E«st of the comers of Sections
Fire Insurance Association issues a 25,2,6 35 and 3b, Township Twenty-
lull pan!up policy of fire insurance seven South. Ra: ge Thirteen West of
M.. thence East along said Section
for 30 per cent less than Old Line W.
line to a line between Sections 2» and
ci mpantes. Write or call on T. A ,36. 5 chains, thence South 10 chains,
chains to a point due
Walker, county agent, Coquille.
| South of the place of beginnng, thence
North lo cha s to the placiof begin
ning. containing 5 acres of land, more
or less, or so much thereof as may be
necessary to satisfy the said judgment
in favor of said Plaintiff and against
«aid Defendants with ¡merest thereon,
together with all costa and disburse
ments that have or may accrue.
Dated December 2>th. 1912.
W. W. GAGE. ,
Sheriff of Coos County, Oregon
conclusion o f each of the in stalla cohi. Why aaste time and money ex
Ju stic es o f th e P eace
perimentin'« when you can eet a prep
T o Issue G a m e L icenses tion cerem onies and a friendly feel aration that has won a world-wide rep
be presented to the lawmakers at
this session of the legislature mak
ing it the duty of Justices of the
Peace to issue game licenses.
This would not only relieve the
county cletks throughout the state
of considerable work —and their
tasks are many-—but would be more
convenient and less expensive to
those who procure the licenses. As
the law now stands hunters living
in remote sections of the countv are
obliged to secure their licenses from
the county clerk, and the expense
of traveling is a hardship on mini
who earn their livelihood la'gelv by
the rod and gun By placing the
issuing of licenses in the hands of
justices beuefit would accrue to the
greatest number—particularly those
witn moderate means— and it is this
spirit that prompted our count»
clerk to be the parent of the pro
We are with Mr. Watson in his
laudable endeavor and have firm
faith that oar legislators »ill :avcr
Notin' ot Sheriff s Sale
Taxes due Feb. 1 . li'13; tt tier cent
rebate to March 15. penalty ami inter
-t after April T. 11*1 :. Sei *1 liât of
T o Tell If Your H air Js . property
on which vou desire to pav
to W. W. Gagé. Sheriff.
C T tQ lT L L F .
W e have received many letters from the big him manufac
turers. such as V ita g ra p h . E dison, E ssanay, L ubin. Im p.
Solax. R ex. R elian ce. C h am p io n . C om et, M elies, Etc.,
urging us to send photoplays to them. W e want more writers
aud we ll gladly teach you the secrets of success.
We are selling photoplays written bv
people who “never before wrote a line
Perhaps w e can do the same for you. If you can think of
only one good idea every w eek and will write it out as directed
by us. and it sells for only $25.. a low tiigure.
You Will Earn $100 Monthly for Spare Time
Send your name and address for free copy
cur Illustrated booh, moving PICTURE p ia y w r it im ;.
Don t hesitate. Don I Argue. \ \ rite now anil learn
just »hat this new profession may mean for vou and vour future.
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