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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1913)
Miss Cora Belloni was shopping
\ iu town Saturday.
A. J. Shorwood who, with bis wife
returned last week from uu absence
of two months iu California, reports
a very enjoyable trip. Shipping his
aulo to San Fiancisco, the trip to
and from that point was made over
land, while the auto tour extended
2300 miles, through southern Cali
fornia and across the border into
Old Mexico. The roads were in
fine condition, there having been
raiu enough to lay the dust.
Mr. Sherwood is confident that
the frosts of this winter have done
much more damage to the citrus
groves than is ucknowladged theie.
In his opinion the Imperial valley
is the best and safest proposition
down there, although the beat is so
intense in summer that it actually
cooks eggs in the nest unless they
are frequently gathered. At Mexi-
cala, across the border, he found a
company of soldiers quartered iu
the bull ring, while on this side au
equal number of Uncle Sam’s men
were campiiig in the base ball park,
whieh seemed nationally typical. At
Mexicala he found that every busi
ness house was a saloon, which may
also be typical. Among the people
he met Mr. Sherwood mentions the
follow ing former residents of this
county; B. E. Nosier and A1 Duvaul
in Imperial valley; Dr. Snook, with
a fine practice at National City* R.
D. Sanford, with whom he visited
two days; R. E Shine, at La Jula;
C A. Craddock, at Redding; Jere
Wilson, at Dunsmuir; Is. Nosier, at
Sau D iego; I. Hacker, at Pasadena;
J. H Cecil, at Ventura and longing
for Coquille; G. F. Boutelle and
Jesse Beyers, at Morgan H ill; J. D.
Black, at Redlands, also his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Black, who are
visiting him. Of all these Mr. Sher
wood reports that they are well and
Mr. Shewood, like all other Coos-
ites who make tripB abroad, say that
Coos is the best, and he is glad to
»re something nearly every
body can have if they’ ll give
their teeth proper attention
a few minutes each day.
Brush them thoroughly with
PEARL TOOTH POWDER
and results will soon surprise
you. Your teeth will shortly
have the sheen of pearl, as
this powder has rare polish
ing and cleansing properties.
Positively cannot harm the
Try a Herald want ad for any
thing you want to buy or sell.
A Herald want ad will find a
renter for your house, or a house
for vuur renter.
Saur kraut and Weinerwurst now
on tap at the Quality Market.
Col. K H. Smith returned W ed
nesday from a business visit to
E. B. Thrift, o f Langlois, was in
towu Wednesday to attend the fu
neral of D. J. Lowe.
Watches repaired in an up-to-date
manner by W Frank Petett.
The school at Johnson’s mill, of
which Miss Ivy
teacher, closed last week after a
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.
Miss E lB ie Q. Philpott, of Myrtle
Point, has been engaged to teach
the Beater slough school, which
opens March 17th.
If you want a snap in g ood pair
of shoes call and see some of those
Ladies, O xfords we are selling at
such a bargain— Lyons&Jones.
Ralph Nosier has moved his
barber shop from Front street to
the McDonald shop on B street
near the postoffice.
W hite Spray Flour the best on
the market. W e guarantee every
sack. For sulb by Lyons&Jones.
Dr. C. W. ENDICOTT
D e n t is t
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 ttorney at L aw
First National Bank Building
L. J. LILJEQI/IST
A ttorney at L aw
KirBt National Bank Building
WALTER SIN CLAIR
A ttorney at L aw
E. D. SPERRY
C ounsellor at L aw
Office in liobinson Building
W. C. C H A SE
A ttobny at L aw
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg
C. R. BARROW
A ttorney and C ounsellor at L aw
Office Phone 335
Residence Phone 345
A. J. Sherwood Returns
W H IT E
J. J. STANLEY
V. H. Pease, for several years a
mail contractor on the Roseburg-
and Rosebuig-M yrtle
Point routes, died at San Francisco
His wife survives
him.— Roseburg Review.
W e Are Not
One cent a word, each in
No charge less than 15 cents.
FOUND— Black silk
call at this office.
But W e Can
r WANT TO RE N T— Small place
near town with room for chickens
and small garden. John Kndrns,
care Herald office.
o f a considerable
amount o f
AND R E P A IR IN G —
Fine and heavy shoes for men and
women. John P. Stitzcr. 2-18-tf
THAT TIRED FEELING
if you will send us
the weekly wash
It won’ t cost you even Patent
A N D ICE CO.
has installed a modem Steam Pres
sing machine, and is prepared to
serve his trade better than ever.
Bring me your work.
SPRING SAMPLES ARE READY
See my display o f suitings for spring
and summer. New and nobby pat
terns at lowest prices.
Bring your Repair Work to me.
o f F ood
Made with different Baking Powders
Front a Series o f Elaborate Chemical Tests:
An equal quantity of bread (biscuit) was made
with each of three different kinds of baking powder—
cream of tartar, phosphate, and alum—and submitted
separately to the action of the digestive fluid, each
for the same length of time.
The relative percentage of the food digested is
shown as follows:
Bread made with
Royal Cream o f Tartar Powder:
| 100 Per Cent. Digested
Bread made with
Per Cent. Digested |
Bread made with
j 67% Per Cent. Digested*!
These tests, which are absolutely reliable and
unprejudiced, make plain a fact of great importance
to everyone: Food raised with Royal, a cream of
tartar Baking Powder, is shown to be entirely diges
tible, while the alum and phosphate powders are found
to largely retard the digestion of the food made from
Undigested food is not only wasted food, but it
is the source of very many bodily ailments.
The dynamo at the electric light
plant was moved last Friday, to per
mit of its being connected up with
Again we are pleased to report
Have you paid the printer.
the engines of the mill, whieh is
th at ltol Anderson’s condition con.
Mrs. O. C. Sanford has returned
now idle. As this doubles the avail
tinues to impr ove— Western World
able power it should result in ma from a visit to her mother.
A. P. Miller, wili spend the next,
M. M. Young, of Dora, was in
terial improvement in the service.
month tramping the hills and vales
Sterling meat slicer for sale guar town last Saturday.
of the upper Coquille in search of
anteed good as new; cost over $100
Fresh vegetables always found at
the elusive taxpayer, as one of Ass
well take $50. A bargain for any Lyons&Jones.
essor T h rift’s deputies.
one who has use for a meat slicer.
The recent government survey of
Last evening Rev. S. R. Steele
the Coos Bay bar showed 18 feet at
Wm. Rohm of Riverton, was in
Mr. H ugh Hastings and Misq
the city last Friday. He has just
Lorcna Wisdom in the holy bonds
Try those mild cured hams, 20c a
recovered from a long siege of the
of matrimony. The
pound at the Quality Market.
grippe, and says that Mrs. Rohm is
parties are residents of Coquille—
VV. O. Mathews, o f Fishtrap, cele
now taking her turn at it.
brated his 53rd birthday last W ed
Rohm is an old settler and has been
Archdeacon H. D. Chambers came
nesday by a social gathering of his
a subscriber iu good standing to the
over from Marshfield last week to
Herald siDce the first issue.
conduct Episcopal services here and
My Optical w ork is giving satis
Any one having a Bmall dairy
taction. G ive me a trial. W . Frank at Bandon.
ranch for rent would do well to ad Petett.
Chester Adams, the linotype ex
vertise in the Herald, as we have
Preparations are being made to pert, was on the river last week
had many replies to the ad that has start the North Bend milk conden- visiting Bandon and this city, keep
been running in these columns o f sary about March 10th.
ing tab on the country until such
fering a ranch— which has now been
Dr. Smith J. Mann of Bandon time as its growth will justify some
has purchased a new thirty horse of our publishers in putting in a
A few cotton seed planted inside power Buick Roadster.
the house now and transplanted
J. N. Bayliss returned last week,
The Coaledo school has been re
after frost will prove a great novelty
accompanied by Mrs. Bayliss and
to yourselves and friends. Enjoy
seeing this beautiful plant growing the school house was burned down. their son and Mrs. Bayliss’ mother.
Tney brought their household goods
in your own yard or garden. Send
Mrs. Henry Schroeder and Mrs.
10 c for liberal package of seed to
with them« to make their perman
Montgomery, A1 Hite have gone to L os Angeles, ent qome.
where Mr. Hite is now located.
Foley’s Kidney Pills will reach your
individual case if you have any form of
kidney or bladder trouble any backache
A U C T IO N E E R
rheumatism uric acid poisoning on ir
regular and painful kidney action. They
When you get one, get one o f exper are strengthening tonic and curative
and contain no habit forming drugs.
ience—26 years at the business
For sale by Kuhrman’s Pharmacy.
E. O. CASSID Y
C om p arative
FO R R E N T — T w o cottages near
Christian Church, in good lepair;
Garden lots in connection; also
Low reut for reliable,
long term tenants. Apply C. R.
Barrow, or phone 3 x
2 - 11 tf
Newcomers From Idaho
This office received a call Friday
from E. A. Strong and E. E. Van
Sickel, late of St. Anthony, Idaho,
who have been located at North
Bend for about three weeks. Mr.
Strong is a printer and has been
assisting E dgar
preparations to make a semi-weekly
of tho Harbor. Mr. Van Sickel is a
contractor and builder, and both ex
press themselves as well pleased
with this country and its prospects.
They say that in Idaho the name of
Coos Bay has loomed large for sev
eral years and the people are con
fidently expecting direct railroad
connection with that harbor by
means of a transcontinental line
passing through Idaho and finding
a terminus at Coos Bay.
Myrtle Point Pointers
W. Alexander, of Fairview, has Come, Let Us Reason Together
(From the Enterprise)
gone to Roseburg, expecting to re
S. 0. Braden got his hand badly
It seems that the prevailing cus cut Monday while sawing wood.
turn in about six weeks.
Call at our store and look ovee tom among ranchers in selling their Seveial stitches were required to
our line of shoes. W e will savr ranch, is to sell the stock and im dress the wound.
you m oney.— Lyons&Jones.
plements with the place. I contend
It is reported that an attempt was
County Treasurer Dimmick has that the rancher is a loser, also the made one night recently to burg
issued a call for all warrants en purchaser.
larize the Wm. Chandler residence
Mr. A. sells ranch and everthing i
dorsed prior to January 1, 1912.
in the southeast part of town.
The Langlois party who inquired belonging theretoto Mr. B. Among
C. W. Nelson o f Miles City, Wash
about the small dairy ranch for the implements and stock there is
ington, was here this week viewing
rent, without enclosing a stamp for
Myrtle Point and the Myrtle Point
a reply by mail, is informed that it but must buy it in order to get the !
section with the idea o f locating.
is already rented.
give Mr. A. what the stuff is worth
W ord has been received here that
J. E. W alling, who has been in
on account of the undesirable stuff the father of Miss Anna Hunt is
vestigation the advisability of estab
bence Mr. A. is loser, and Mr. B. seriously ill at his home in Eugene.
lishing a brick yard on Coos Bay
has a lot of stuff on bis hands that
has gone back to San Francisco
G W. Miller got into a mix-up
he doesn't know what to do with
and took with him a box o f clay,
with some timbers Monday which
hence he is a loser. Now if Mr. A.
which will be tested as to its worth
resulted in a fracture of his left leg.
had made a public sale Mr. B.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Guerin ar
could have bought just what stuff
W e guarantee every sack
he needed, paying more money for rived yesterday from Oakland, Cali
W hite Spray Flour. Try a sack at
fornia, where they spent several
$1 40, F or sale only by LyonsA it, and A. would have had a dozen
or two buyers for the rest of his months.
North Bend will hold a special
election in April to authorize a bond
I am in the market for all kinds issue to take up out-standing war
o f furs. G eo. T . Moulton.
rants to the amount of $35,000.
COW S~FOR SA LE — T w o' good
FOB SA LE — Fifteen hundred
milch cows both routing fresh in
bushels Beardless Barley; 500 bush
els Bluesfc-m W heat— all good seed;
2 ton* White Nile Peas. Leave or
A U T O M O B IL E FOR SALS— ders at K now lton’ s drug Store, or
My 1911 model ’ ’T ,” five-passenger call up Jc-hn Hartley, Farmers' 3xx,
Ford, fully equipped, electric light or call at farm 1| miles below C o
ed, latest attachments, in first-class quille.
shape. Reason for selling to buy
T. A. Walker, A Message T o Railroad Men
E. S. Bacon, 11 Bast st, Bath, Me,
sends out this warning the railroaders
everywhere. "My work as conductor,
NEER’S POULTRY YARDS
caused a chronic inflammation of the
Myrtle Point, Oregon
kidneys and I was miserable and all
Remember that Neer’s Poultry is from played out. From the day I began tak
prize winning stock, and that his prices ing Foley Kidney Pills I began to re
are to suit all. In many instances you gain ray strength and I am better now
would pay from 42-50 to $10.00 per set than I have been for twenty years."
ting for no better blood than you get Try them.For sale by Fuhrman’s Pharm
from him for $1.50
Phone 32X8 acy.
To Our Friends and Neighbors
Y o u k n o w us. Y o u k n o w w e w o u ld not— t h a t w e co u ld flot
a ffo r d to— g o b a c k o n o u r w ord. N o r can y o u a ffo r d to Ign o re
t h i s m o n e y -b a c k -if-n o t-s a tis fie d offer on t h is sp le n d id laxative*
W© honestly believe we have the
best bowel remedy ever made— the
most pleasant-to-take, most per
manently beneficial laxative for relief
from the miseries and dangers arising
should havo been dispelled remain
to poison the system.
Headaches, biliousness, nervous
ness and other tormenting and seri
ous ills are common when the bowels
fail to act daily as nature intended.
All this may be avoided, if you will
accept our advice.
W e wouldn’ t say this if w© didn’ t
believe it to be true. W e wouldn’ t
risk our reputation b y making such
statements did we not feel sure you
would find them true.
taste just like candy.
T hey are
soothing and easy in action. They
do not cause griping, nausea, purg
ing or excessive looseness.
tend to tone and strengthen intestinal
nerves and muscles. They prom ptly
relieve constipation, and help to per
manently overcom e it.
Rexall Orderlies prom ote better
spirits and better health. In all of
these things they are vastly superior
to old-fashioned, harsh salts and
other purgatives, which are not only
unpleasant to take but which usually
leave the bowel# in worse condition
than before. W e particularly recom
mend Rexall Orderlies for children,
aged and delicate persons.
Rexall Orderlies com e in vest-
pocket tin boxes. 12 tablets, 10c|
36 tablets, 25c s 80 tablets, 60c.
Our faith is built both on the
knowledge o f what Rexull Orderlies
are made of and on observation of
very many severe cases in which they
have proven their merit.
Try them at Our Risk
If they do not abundantly Drove
their merit with you also — it you
are not entirely satisfied with them—
we will refund your money— and we
will do that on your mere say-so.
W e don’ t ask you to risk a penny.
Isn 't that fair?
Just let the bowels fail in properly
doing their work— just let their
action be delayed and incomplete
and the entire system and every
other organ suffers.
C A U T IO N : Please bear in mind that Rexall Orderlies are not sold by all drug"
gists. Y ou can buy Rexall Orderlies only at T he Rexall Stores.
Y ou can buy Rexall Orderlies in this com m unity only at our store!
F U H R M A N ’S P H A R M A C Y
c o q u il l e
’ There is a Rexall Store in nearly every town and city .In the United 8tates, Canada and
Orest Britain. There is a different Rexall Remedy for nearly every ordinary human ill—
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Mdb especially designed for the particular ill for which it is recommended.
Th* Rexall Store* are 4 merlce’* (lreatest Drue S t " '—
COMING : : SATURDAY
J IHE ROYAL THEATRE I
I c l e o p a t r a I
A d MANIFICENTLY STAGED PRO
DUCTION IN SIX REELS WITH
MISS HELEN G A R D N E R
In the Title Role
This splendid Special Feature picture
was many months in preparation and
is excellently designed to display the
powers of Helen Gardner, who is one
of the most talented, as well as the
most beautiful and attractive, women
on the moving picture stage. Owing
to the large extra expense of securing
this great feature, it is absolutely nec-
cessary to charge the same admission
prices as are charged in other places
15c AND 25c
PLAN Y O U R TR IP THROUGH
THE LAND OF
SUNSHINE *»» FLOWERS
V IA THE
goods, which means higher prices,
hence both parties will have gaind
financially, and be better pleased
with the deal. I have had twenty-
five years experince in the sale
business and know that any man
can well afford to pay an auctioneer’s
commission, get out bills and pay
all other incidental expenses.
I demonstrated this fact to H. L.
Johnson on Feb 19, when I got a
lot more money for his stuff than
he expected because there were 200
men there and most o f them cenie
to buy, which means competiton.
This is the time of year to sell and
I would like to list your sales, help
you get out your advertising, and
last but not least get you the high
dollar. Yours for Li.i.oess.
NICK JOHNSON Auctioneer.
A T H O R O U G H L Y E N J O Y A B L E T R IP
You Can See in California;
Attractive seaside resorts, famous hotels, hot springs and outdoor
sports. A t Pasadena the world famed ostrich farms and magnifi
cent homes. A t San Bernadlna and Riverside the Orange Groves.
A t Catalina, the wonderful submarine gardens, and at various
other points attractions that delight the eye and inform the mind.
Low One W a y or Hound Trip Fares;
Round trip tickets to Los Angeles on sale daily with long return
limit and stop-overs at will. I f you wish to go still further south
or east, tickets via all rail, or rail and steamer through New
Orleans can be secured at reasonable rates.
Further particulars on application to any Agent. Ask for descriptive
literature on California, or “ Wayside N o te s," describing trip San
Francisco to New Orleans.
JO H N M . SCOTT, (leneral Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon
It is now an assured fact that Mr.
Seaman is to construct a modern
business block, either of brick or
adjoining the Guerin
The Farmers Union will hold an
Hotel, construction to be started at
important business meeting Sat
urday Marcb 8 th.
Oysters Berved with basket dinner.
A farewell reception was given at
E. A. Howey Sec. and Tress.
the church Thursday evening for
Iiev. Crumley, who left Friday
Notice to Creditors
morning for the south. Mr. Crum
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has beendu'y appointed ex-
ley made a short address, follow ing ecu
torof the Last Will and Testam entof
which refreshments wera served.
Joseph C. Varney, deceased, and all
In the oratorical contest held in
the local high school last Saturday
to pick the speaker to represent M.
P. H. S in the county contest to be
held the second Friday in April,
Myrtle McCloskev won first Agnes
McCracken, second, and Abbie El-
persons having clames against the es
tate o f said deased arc hereby required
to present them with the proper vou- i
chers within six months from the date '
o f thia notice to the undersigned ex- !
ocutor at the office o f J J. Stanley in ;
the City o f Coquille, County o f Coos |
and State o f Oregon.
Dated this 4th day o f March. 11*13.
ANGUS W. VARNEY,
Executor o f the Last Will and Testa- j
ment o f Joseph C. Varney, Deceaaed.
CLAUDE C. MOON, Prop.
Driving Gloves, Wrenches
and Chisels, Screw Drivers,
Hammers and Caps.
Electric Horns. Auto Jacks
Spark Plugs and
CLAUDE C. MOON, Prop.