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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1913)
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When Did You
Full stock of garden grass and
field seeds at Ktiowlton's Drug
S M. Nosier spent a few days in
Marshfield last week.
When did you come
across that cold?
When are you going
to get rid o f it?
Better attend to it
You'll play the game
o f life a great deal
better i f you get
rid o f that cold
by t a k i n g
a5 C E N T S
P H A R M A C Y
The Rexall Store
P rofessional C ards
P H Y S IC IA N S
DR. JAS. RICHMOND
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg.
Office Phone Main 211
R. B. HOAG, M. D.
Dr. C. W. ENDIC0TT
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
First National Bank Building
L. J. LILJEQI/IST
First National Bank Building
N o ta r/P u b lic
E. D. SPERRY
A ttorn ar a n d
C ounsellor at L aw
Office in Robinson Building
W. C. CHASE
A ttorny at L aw
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg
C. R. BARROW
and C ounsellor a t L aw
Office Phone 335
Residence Phone 346
J. J. STANLEY
A U C T IO N E E R
When you get one, get one o f exper
Fresh vegetables always found at
J LyonsA* Jones.
Geo. Peoples has returned from
an extended stay in Oulifonia.
My Optical work is giviug satis
faction. Give tne a trial. W Frank
The assessed valuation of Co-
quille is given us $569,294.
Satisfactory work guaranteed at
the dressmaking establishment of
Mrs. A P. Miller.
The Coquillo mill was shut down
one day last week, for want of logs.
Just received at Knowlton’s Drug
Store a full stock of northern grown
garden seeds, the best for this
country. Three papers for ioc.
But W e Can
o f a considerable
amount o f
THAT TIRED FEELING
i f you w ill send us
the weekly wash
Economizes Butter» Flour*
Eggs; makes the food more
appetizing and wholesome
The only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
Leave orders for dressmaking
The road supervisor intends to
with Mrs. A. P. Miller.
commence needed repairs on the road
H. H. Smith will go to Marshfield
to Myrtle Point about March 1st.
by the evening train on a business
Call at our store and look ovee
our line of shoes. We will savr trip.
Mrs. Lukens personally super
A bargain in Coquille property— vises all dressmaking done at Mrs.
both improved and unimproved. A. P. Miller’s dressmaking parlors.
Call on W . E. Cleghorn, at Drane’s
Miss Flora Burns emjoyed the
hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. M. P.
Long at the O. K creamery over
Northern grown garden seeds at
Knowlton’s Drug Store.
papers for ioc.
John Golden the Marshfield cap
italist, contemplates extensive im
provement of his First street prop
erty in this city.
Notice J. E. Quick’s ad for garden
fertilizers. Now is the time get
Jack Guyton, the Marshfield
newspaper correspondent was on the
river last Friday looking up some
matters for the outside papers.
FOR SALE — Fifteen hundred
bushels Beardless Barley; 500 bush
els Bluestem Wheat—all good seed;
2 tons White Nile Peas. Leave or
ders at Knowlton’s drug Store, or
call up John Hartley, Farmers’ 3xx,
or call at farm 1J miles below Co
We guarantee every sack of
White Spray Flour. Try a sack at
$1 40. For Bale only by LyonsA
The Bandon basket ball team
went over to the Bay Thursday
afternoon to play the Marshfield
and North Bend teams.
It pays to treat your grain and
potatos with Formaldehyde before
planting to prevent disease. Sup
plied at Knowlton’s Drug Store.
The Star brought down the river
a large raft of fine logs from Aason
Bros. Part go to the Parkersburg
mill and part to the mill in this city.
Just received at Knowlton’s Drug
Store a large slock o f the very best
onion sets it is possible to produce.
i 2 /
l ic- a pound.
Last Saturday evening Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Howey entertained Mr.
and Mrs. M. P. Long and Miss
Flora Burns with pleasant informal
This is the best time of the year
to poison digger squarrels. Full
supply of "best squarrel poison at
Knowlton’s Drug Store.
Herman Reynolds was convicted
in Circuit Court last Wednesday
for a burglary committed in Bandon.
He was given a sentence of one to
seven years in the pen.
All out Oxfords are cut from 50c
to $1.00 per pair. We must move
our stock to make room for our
spring line.— LyoosAJones.
W e Are Not
The opening date of the 1913
state fair has been fixed for Sept.
ience—26 years at the business
E. G C ASSID Y
Myrtle Point Pointers
The last showers have put the
road to Myrtle Point again i d bad
shape in a few places,' and the
Moon auto service is not running
on a regular schedule.
The Mass meeting called for last
eveoing resulted in the addition of
26 new members to the Commercial
Club, and the fostering of the spirit
of civic improvement. In the ab
sence of the preident, J. E .Norton
pesided over the meeting and a
general discussion was indulged in
showing sentiment to be in far or
of advertising the town, as well as
improvioga nd beautifying its ap
The Bridge Creamery Company
filed articles of incorporation with
'the county clerk yesterday.
The C. E. Society of the Christian
church will give a social at the
home of B. F. Hill, Thursday even
ing. The admission will be 10c.
Lunch wiU be served. This is a
J. P. Tupper goes lo Marsfleld surprise social. All are invited.
to-day to try the Turkish baths for
Those onion sets at Knowlton’ s
the balance of the week.
are raised by an expert onion set
Watches repaired in an up-to-date grower who has soil peculiarly
manner by W. Frank Petett.
No adapted to them
they are the very best. \2 /
l tC. alb.
A hen that regularly lays egg al
E. D. Howe went over to Marsh
most the size of a goose egge is the
field Thursday evening to accept em
remarkable possession of
ployment in the job department of
Wright of North Marshfield. To
the Evening Record. Mr Howe is
day she brought to the Times office
a good workman around a print
two large eggs, the products of the
shop and will make good.
remarkable fowl. One measured 9
J. C. Savage and wife went over
1-2 inches by 8 1-4 inches and the
to Marshfied Friday evening to
other 9 1-4 inches by 7 1-2 inches.
take ship for California, where they
— Coos Bay Times.
will spend some months.
The Farmers Union store pays 20
Savage expresses the intention of
cents a dozen for eggs.
returning to Coos when he recovers
John Grandy of Beaver Hill was
in town today. Mr. Grandy is one
J. A. Deadmond was in the city
of the Herald’s first subscribers and
Friday from the north fork bring
one of the kind who gladden the
ing in a number of wildcat skins to
heart of the newspaper man— he al
the county clerk, for the bounty.
ways pays in advance.
He reports that, as a result of his
Try some of those Extra Fancy
work with the traps, wildcnts are
Dried Peaches at the Farmers Union
considerably scarcer in his neigh
Store; io cents a pound.
borhood than they were two years
Conflicting reports aro in circula
tion regarding Roll Anderson,s
Bob Taylor has begun the con
condition, but the most authentic
seem to be that he is making good struction of a thirty-six foot speed
progress toward recovery since the boat at Price’s ship yard. It will
skin-grafting operations were per carry a sixteen horse power gasoline
engine and is designed to make at
least twenty miles an hour. Bob
Now is the proper time to plant
originated some of the clever
onion sets for early onions. See
those at Kuowlton’s Drug Store, est models in use on this river and
i 2 ^ic- a pound.
we predict that this will be a go
The Bear creek camp of Seely and some proposition.— Bandon Surf
Anderson is repotted to be ready to
resume hauling logs, after a three Coining Thursday Night at
months, shut-down caused by the
trestle train wreck. The trestle
was not rebuilt, but the road was
Another big feature film in three
placed on solid ground, by a new reels, “ Martin Chuzzlewit,” one of
Charles Dickens’ stories told in
If you want a snap in good pair three thousand feet of realistic film.
of shoes call and see some of those The story is told vividly and com
Ladies, Oxfords we are selling at pletely with plsnty of action and
such a bargain— LyonsAJones.
The acting is
With Blanche Walsh appearing superb. The photography is fault
last week in a splendid production less, and the pages of Dickens’ nove
of Tolstoy’s “ Resurrection” at the are literally brought to life.
Royal, and Rose Coghlan in “ As you
Like It,’’ Coquille is certainly on
Kinney Holdings Sold
the theatrical map. When our
managers get the nerve to bring
The Bay papers bring news of
Bernhardt we will be right in the the sale by Msjor L. D. Kinney of
all his real estate holding there as
as his Belt Line and Rapid
White Spray Flour the best on
the market. W e guarantee every Transit corporations to \V. J. Wil-
sack. For salb by Lyons A Jones.
sey, the railroad promoter. The
The Sunday school at Bridge had Kinney holdings include the most
101 in attendance, the 16th. Pretty centrally located and valuable real
good for a country Sunday school, estate on Coos Bay, and the coming
where the roads are bad. Some of development will give them an im
those ¡ d attendance walked five mense value. It is understood that
the selling price will clear up all
of Major Kinney's indebtedness
Sterling meat slicer for sale guar
anteed good as new; cost over $100 and leave him quite a stake. As his
will take $50. A bargain for any affairs are considerably entangled
one who hag use for a meat slicer. in litigation it will take some time
to work the deal out to a consum
The Commercial Club has had mation but when that is done all
printed some descriptive pamphlets just creditors will undoubtedly get
with which to present some of the all that is due them, and the best
advantages of the Coquille valley property on the Bay will be released
to the world at large. Any one for development work.
who knows the addresses of good
There is no better medicine made tor
people who might be brought here
than Chamberlain's Cough Rem
would do well to turn them over colds
edy. It acts on nature's plan, relieves
to the secretary of the Commecial the lungs, opens the secretions, aids
expectoration ; and restores the system
to a healthy condition*. For sale by all
Mrs. 8. 8. 8., Van Buren St., King
As we go to press, news is reced
ston, N. Y . (full name furnished on ap
plication! had such decided Iwnetit from
It won't cost you even Patent
using Foley’s Honey A Tar Compound
AND ICE CO.
For a sprain yon will find Chamber
lain's Liniment excellent. It allavs the
pain, removes the soreness, and soon re
stores the parts to a healthy condition,
25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by all
that she shares her good fortune with
others. She w rite«: “ Foley's Honey A
Tar Compound brought my voice back
to me daring * severe case of bronchitis
and laryngiu*. Oh, how many |*ople
I have recommended it to.” Fiihrman.s
Miss A. Hunt accompanied by
Gordon Shirley to ik tliis week’s
steamer for Log Angeles, Cal. She
is taking the little l>oy there hoping
a change of climate will benefit h’s
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Guerin and
daughter, Alice, and Mrs. Hurry
Guerin and her two children, re
turned on the last ¡Speedwell, after
spending the winter in California
Tbtre is no place like “ Oi l Coos”
Jas. Lewellen is having the lum
ber hauled preparatory to putting
up two houses on ¡Seventh Btreet
Max Dement moved his family to
his hill ranch for the summer, on
Mrs. Geo. Rackliff has had an at
tack of rheumatism for the past
week or two but is out now,
Mrs. C. H. Soutbruavd is much
better of her rheumatism after a
four mouths’ siege.
Mrs. Jas. Arrington gave a
dinner for her father, J. C. Haines,
on his 83rd birthday.
guests were Mr. and Mrs. R. C. De
ment, Mrs. V. Arrington, Wm. Jen
kins and Miss Eva Lewellen. A
most enjoyable time was had, and
"Uncle Jerry” says he never felt
better than now,
Mrs. Houge entertained her Sun
day school class on the 22 ud with a
Washington’s birthday party.
Mr and Mrs. Garrett Lowe visited
with their daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shull, who now
live below Coquille, on Saturday
and Sunday of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Beck are
now sojourning at San Diego Cali.
Moses Welsh, a union veteran, is
critically ill at his home at Lampa,
O. R. Sadro is sight seeing in
California. He will be gone about
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Estabrook
are in the city. Mr. E will remain
here for a few days to look after
/lust You Be Bald?
What have you done to stop your
hair from failing? Have you tried
Rexall “ 93’ • Hair Tonic? If not, w#
want you to try It at our risk.
CLAUDE C. MOON, Prop.
Driving Gloves, Wrenches
and Chisels, Screw Drivers,
Hammers and Caps.
Electric Horns. Auto Jacks
Spark Plugs and
I f you have dandruff ; if your hair is
falling ou t and your scalp is not
glazed and shiny, if you uso Rexall
• 93“ Hair T onic according to direc
tions for thirty days, and at the end
o f that time yo u are not thoroughly
satisfied with the résulta and will tell
us so, we will immediately hand back
your money. W e won’ t ask you to
promise anything. Wcf won’t even
question you. W e will take your
mero word and return your money.
Doesn’t it stand to reason that
Rexall “ 93” Hair T onic must be a
mighty good remedy and have given
great satisfaction to our customers if
wo endorse it like this? W o know o f
do similar remedy that is as good. It
is because o f what Rexall “ 93’ ’ Hair
Tonic has done for others that we
back it with our own money.
* W hy suffer scalp and hair trouble
or be bald, when Rexall “ 93“ Hair
Tonic will remove dandruff, make
your scalp com fortable and healthy,
promote hair growth and tend to
prevent baldness— when we will
pay for the treatment should it fail
to please you?
W o d on’t obligate you to any
thing. You simply buy the treat
ment; use it, and if not pleased,
come back to us em pty- landed—and
wo will hand back what you paid us.
T w o sixes, 60c and $1.00 a bottle.
Y ou can buy Rexall “ 93“ Hair Too)'»
I d this community only at our store;
CLAUDE C. MOON, Prop.
has installed a modern Steam Pres
sing machine, and is prepared to
serve his trade better than ever.
Bring me your work.
SPRING SAMPLES ARE READY
Thm t e s g
Co q ui ll o
See my display o f suitings for spring
and summer. New and nobby pat
terns at lowest prices.
Bring your Repair Work to me.
There Is a Recall Store In nearly every town
and city in the United States, Canada and
Great Britain. There is a different Rexall
Remedy for nearly every ordinary human 111—•
eooh especially designed for the particular 111
for which it is recommended.
K. H A L V E R S O N
The Rexall Stores are America’ s Greatest
m u 1"
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OF PLAYER S
THE ROYAL THEATRE
Monday, March 3
O P E N IN G
W IT H
“OUT OF THE FOLD”
In Four Acts
A story of the Western Hills
T H E R EX C O M P A N Y , just as
the name implies, KING OF A L L
The boy without a playground is
father of the man without a job—
Western Teacher, Milwaukee, Wis.
Don’t fail to see this. Remember the, ROYAL
is the place
C. H. Neal has purchased an acre
of land between this city and Pros
per. Mr. N. will clear the land and
set to logan-berries.
The shooting grounds of the
Bandon Gun Club will be changed
from Bandon Heights to a much
better location in the vicinity of
Queen Anne Cottage.
Fast Ball Team for Bandon
Bandon will probably have the
fastest base base ball team this year
in the history ot the city, at least
present indications bid fair for a
classy team We have some mighty
good material to work from and in
Temp Osborn, the new pitcher who
is well known in base ball circles of
the Northwest, we certainly have a
wonder. Osborn will be one of the
twirlers for the Bandon team this
summer and will be sure to give a
good accouut of himself.
In all probability there will be a
county league again this year and
Bandon base ball fans are in favor
of Saturday and Sunday games and
will work to this end. There are
many people who like to see
a ball game
but who have
spruples against going to Sunday
games, consequently it is hoped
that both Saturday and Sunday
gay games can be arranged for.
A good base ball team is a mighty
good advertisement for a town and
Bandon will sure have a winner
this year. Let everybody get in
and boost for the ball team.
Bridge Near Completion
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SCHOONER ADVENT A
WRECK AT COOS BAY
Tries to Sail in and Lays Her
Bones in Julia Ray Cove
Near Coos Head
The Schooner Advent of the
Simpson Lumber Co’s fleet of wind
jammers was wrecked at the en
trance to Coos Bay last Tuesday
and Wednesday. The crew escaped
in safety, except that one John
Sondstrora was injured in the leg
from being struck by a boom. The
vossel sailed in, but after she crossed
the bar the wind died down and she
commenced to drift to the rocks on
the south side. The anchors were
dropped, and held, and the crew
then left the vessel. She hung on
until the Wednesday morning, when
she went ashore in tbs same spot
where the Julia Ray and other ves
sels have laid their bones In the
absence of a tug several gasoline
boats tried to render assistance but
could do nothing. Sooner after
going ashore the vessel began to
break up, and sne adds one more to
the list of ships to find destruction
at the same point.
Celebrates 81st Birthday
On Sunday, the i 6 th, Mrs. Eliza
beth Morras celebrated her 8 rst
birthday at her residence in this
city. Only descendants of the old
lady, their husbands and wives
were present, but 14 people sat
down to the splendid dinner which
had been prepared. The gatherin g
was a happy one, and in commemo
ration o f the occasion a family
group was photographed, in which
four generations were represented,
the great-grandson being Master
Fred Wimer, 11 years of age.
These photos will in future be held
as prized mementos of a happy re
union. Those present were:
Chief Engineer F. A. Haines, of
the Smith-Powers logging railroad,
told the Times that the bridge over
the Coquille river would probably
be completed last week, and then
the work would be finished on the
half mile trestle south of the bridge
site. The piles for the trestle are
all driven and all that remains to
get the railroad to solid ground on
the south side, is laving the cap
NEER’S POULTRY YARDS
pings and rails. This will occupy j Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Morras, Mr. and
Myrtle Point, Oregon
Remember that Neer’ s Poultry is from : probably two or three weeks, when Mrs. B. F. Collier, Mr. and Mrs. Ethan
prize winning stock, and that nig prices
Wimer, Mr. and Mrs. George Gilman,
are to suit all. In many instances you j the work down the south fork of Mrs. Elizabeth Gilman, Miss Florence
would pay from $2.50 to $10.00 per set the Coquille will be continued with
Gilman, Mark Morras, I,eo Morras and
ting for no better blood than you get
from him for $1.50
Phone 32X3 I much greater speed.
Reserved Seaat* 35c
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MAKING AND REPAIRING—
FiDe and heavy shoee for men and
women. John P. Stitzer. 2-18-tf
W A N T E D — Young person
information from public
at Court House.
Adress K. E. Pusey, 316
Bldg; Portland, Oregon.
FOR SALE— Nine extra good three
year old Jersey cows, fresh in
March and April; three Jersey
calves, 9 moDths old; one three
year old Jersey bull; one pair ex
cellent horses, weight about 2500
pounds; harness and Schuttler
The above described
property is first class in every re
spect and sold because I am going
into other business. Terms cash.
Price on application. I reside
three minutes’ walk from Coaledo
station, all trains stop. D. L.
FOR R E N T — Tw o cottages near
Christian Church, in good repair;
Garden lots in connection; also
Low rent for reliable,
long-term tenants. Apply C. R.
Barrow, or phone j x
2 - u t f
S C H O O L T E A C H E R W A N T '•.D
— One that has experience, to
commence March 17 . Length of
term seven months.
mation write Mrs. Frances Far
rier, Port Orford, Ore-
2 -tr- 3 t
I am in the market for all kinds
of furs. Geo. T . Moulton.
TEAM FOR SALE— Four and
five years old; weight 1400 pounds
each. True and gentle. See Petett,
the jeweler, for particulars.
COWS FOR SALE
milch cows both coming fresh in
AUTOMOBILE FOR SA L E —
My 19 11 model ‘ ‘T ,’ ’ five-passenger
Ford, fully equipped, electric light
ed, latest attachments, in first-class
shape. Reason for selling to buy
T, A. Walkcfi