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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1913)
TH E TRADE BE cheap advertisng.
But we are facing »noth r great
We are not getting all
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY
Portland joblicis told E. S Dow that we can out of what we have.
Entered as second clan* matter May
d e s t r o y s th e m , th e n
Primarily, Del Norte ia an agricul a u I t n h o r r e i t g i e a s r d a r t e o n a o k w in ig d r is e e e a d s e o s n , t n h e i d s : l c a l s d o is o e th a s e e s g a e tu r m l s h e a a n ls d th
e s k in a s n o th i n g
8 , 1905. at the post office at Coquille, that business conditions at Coos
Oregon, under act of Congrega of March Bay, as shown by orders are much tural ami a dairying eouutv No y o u r s k in b y t h e u s e o f g r e a s y s a lv e s ,
A 60 c e n t b o tt le w ill H tu rt t h e c u r e
8 , 1879.
e m to m u l tip l y . a n d g iv e y o u i n s t a n t r e lie f .
better than they have been, while other county in the state ia better a A n d t r u t h e u c s u r e e n c o o f u a r a l l g e e c th
z e m a to u s d is e a s e s
W e h a v e m a d e f a s t f r ie n d s o f m o r e
in nearly every other portion of the adapted to dairying; yet our dairy c t h a e n h be e a l b i n r o g u g a g h e t n a t s b o in u t t o h n e ly f o b r y m u o s f i n g a t t h h a i s n D o .D n e .D . f a P m r e i s l y c r i p b t y i o n r e c to o m a m s e k » in d a s tin
P. C. I.EVAR, Leasee.
f e r e r h e r e a n d th e r e , a n d w e w a n t y o u
state there has been a bad slump.— men are not getting near ibe | rotits liq u id .
to t r y i t n o w o n o u r p o s iti v e p a y g u a r
W A S H T H E O B B M S OUT.
Devoted to the material and '« rial
D .D .D . S o a p k e e p s th e p o r s a
p le w a s h : A c o m p o u n d o f O il a n t e e .
upbuilding of the Coquille Valley j. *«• While Coos Bay business men can from their herds that dairyn en iu O f A W s l im
n t e r g r e e n . T h y m o l, a n d o t h e r i n c l e a n ; a s k u s.
ticularly and of Coos County generally. get prices <>n grain products and other aectieus are making. Tbia g r e d i e n t s a s c o m b in e d in th e D .D .D .,
Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance
P re s c rip tio n .
T h i s p e n e tr a te s t o t h e
C J . F U H R M A M , D ru g g is t
consequently will buy these com result can be attributed to the fact
Phone Main 354.
neededby this comrau nity can be laud baa been reclaimed to ita beat
in San Francisco on bet- advantage. Many of tee dairymen,
“ DON’T BELIEVE IN KISS
Portland can offer. like the rest of us, have been wait
Of Interest to Those Who
disaster all ing for something to happen Many
“ I don’t believe wives should
Patronize the Movies
P R U 8 H Y T K K IA N C H U R C H .
kiss their husbands I don’t be of the Coos Bay trade was compelled
Services Sunday at 11 a. m and j
naturally, on account of abort ten
lieve anybody should kiss.” This
There are three moving picture 7:30 p. in.
was the assertion made by a young has gradually and steadily been go ures, have no desire to put in spare shows in Canton. China, catering
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
F r a n k H . A d a m s Paster
married woman in a Baltimore ing back to San Francisco where it
others. Otbeis are satisfied with
court, where her husband was uaturally be longs,and within a short
their lot as it is. Whatever are the French and Germin films
Christian Science Society
suing for divorce. She also said time, when a suitable passenger and
The Vitagrapb “ Mills of the
the brush-book days are not
Third and Hall streets.
that she never had beeo kissed, not
G ods," in three reels, shown at the
Services at 11 a m next Sunday
even by her parents, and that she the San Francisco run, the ship yet fioal. Hundred of acres of good Scenic Thursday night, was some
Subject lesson sermon “Malter.“
dairy land remain fo be brushed.
would not kiss her child, whom she ments from Portland will be limited,
Wednesday evening meeting 7:30.
loved “ more than her cwn life,” outside of grain products and feed.
gripping story and the i uterest
j to previously, and a man who baa
because she did not believe in
. L Church South
ucts, and California is entitledto our seen much of this country, recently never lapsed Being a Vitagraph,
Services Sunday as usual.
Services next Sunday as usual
No wonder her husband wanted orders for merchandise Portland
Sunday school at to. a nt.
a divorce. A female like that is a practicaly buys nothing from us, is not a raiuoad that we need mostly
The funnest thing ol the kind
Epwoith League at 6 :45 p ra
disgrace to the sex—if she was tell and there are certain interests in now. We must make two blades of since the Edison but Usque on the
You are invited to be present
ing the truth. To “ not believe in Portland that never miss an op- j grass grow where one now exists. hero Indian fighter was the Vitag
C . H. C l e a v e s , 1’nstor.
kissing ’ may be a good stunt for a
girl when she isn’t yet sure ol the when talking to strangers seeking a feeds. Capital will then come in “ Timid M ary,” shown at the Scenic
S T . JA M E S E P IS C O P A L .
fellow’s intentions, but in all other field lor investment v great deal and will remain. A railroad will be last week. To see that company of
S e rv ic e s f i r s t a n d t h i r d S u n d a y s
m o n th .
S u n d a y sch o o l
intimate relations of life such a be California money is invested in en- j a natural consequence.”
The other prominent man referred splendid actors burlesqueing their e v e ry S u n d a y a t 10 a . m .
lief, or unbelief, writes the person terprises in Coos county while
Y o u a r e h e a r tily w elco m e.
down as lacking in some of the at Portland capital is very conspicuo- j to went more into detail. " I t’s the lool thing was full of the fun-
brush-hooka,” said he, “that we
A rc h d e a c o n W m . H o r s f a ll, re c to r.
tributes of a normal and well-bal us by its absence.
need. An acre cleared this year will nist kind of comedy.
anced man or woman
If you want to enjoy the pictures
C H U R C H O F C H R IS T .
keep auotber cow next year. It is
BRUSH HOOKS VS. RAIL
It is said that the Chinese don’t
the utmost, you should “get ac
Sunday school at 10 a m.
kiss, but that only proves that in
Christian En leavnr at 0:30 p. m.
Talk brush-hooks for a quainted” with the companies and
The following from the Del Norte | comes
all their thousands of years of civili
Prayer meeting, Wednesday even
their players, by learning their
ing of each week at 7:30.
zation they have failed to reach the Argus contains some ideas that
You are cordially invited to all
level of properly constituted human might be studied with profit by ciate the change.”
You will find more pleasure in see liese se rvicts.
beings—and who wants to be a
T . B. M c D o n ald . M in is te r
Two prominent men of the coun truth of the statements made by
The Kaybee picture shown at
Some cold-blooded doctors too,
the Royal, “ when Lee Surrenders,”
C o s tly In H u m a n L iv e s .
have iulminated against the prac extra energy of the Argus be diver we claim it to be, two cows can be was an extremely good picture
In a n c ie n t tim es th e g r e a t en g in e e r
tice, but give us the young man ted from the creating of railroad
The managers of Coos county in g w o rk s w ere costly In h u m an lives.
whose sweetheart quoted the doc talk to the advocacy of a more gen not all theory even in Del Norte, as picture shows should receive the T h e m a k in g of th e Red se a ca n a l Is
eral use of the brush-hook. Now, a number of our dairymen have
appreciation of their patrons for the said to h a v e involved th e loss of u»
fe w e r th a n 120,000 E g y p tian s. B u ck
And then spake up the noble youth
many high-class special features they le's e x a m in a tio n m ade him believe
visability of giving a free course in statements that we bare more acreB
While his color mantled high:
have been showing lately.
th e n u m b er to h av e been so m e w h a t e x
“I never thought being kissed to death "brush-hookery” and the effects of brush than clear land and that
The Royal will show this wiek, a g g e ra te d . hut he g iv es i t a s still a
Such a horrible death to die;
thereof on dairy cows for some the brush is on the increase. As to
“The Star of Bethlehem,” a three g u id e to tb e enorm ous w a s te of h u m an
time, but not until a few days since whether it would or would Dot be
■ life in th o se d ays. T b e m en w ho k ep t
Again, listen to the junior Omah: did we learn that it was open sea to the best interests of the land reel religioua feature, bytheTban- 2,000 sla v e s en g ag ed fo r th re e year»
b rin g in g a sin g le sto n e fro m E le p h an
A microbe lingers in the kiss you say? son for a beginning. Talking and owning subscribers to the railroad
Vanity Fair, the three-reel Vita- tin e to th e p y ram id s d id n o t c a re a
Ah, but he nibbles in a pleasant way.
writing about railroads, is, after all, fund sbouie they change their sub
g re a t d eal so long ns In th e tw e n ty
Who can not remember the first something like the “ old lark story” | scriptions to purchases of brush- graph picture shown here ayear ago y e a rs In w hich one o f th e p y ram id s
w as b u ild in g th e re w ere fo rth co m in g
kiss of some almost forgotten sweet —always waiting for some one else, hooks is a question for them to
heart? Who was it wrote “ The and never able to help ourselves. answer; but before we would give morrow, Wednesday, night. This th e 300,000 men req u ire d fo r tb e w ork.
ia a great picture and vividly por
But, the “ old lark” finally became one dollar in boDus to a corpora
I m p a rtia l.
trays Ibe Scenes of one of the An E n g lish clerg
To feel again that fresh, wild thrill
y m an , recen tly se t
aware that there was another way, tion, we would spend the dollar for
I’d give—But who can live youth over? and therein rests the secret of wbat a brush-hook and then—well, throw world’s greatnovels. HelenGard- tled in n sm all to w n in P e rth sh ire , m et
ner as Becky Sharp does the best a fa rm e r's boy w hile v isitin g th e m em
With all its abuses, the kiss is could happen in Del Norte.
it off the wharf.
work of her career ami the other b ers o f his co n g reg atio n . In th e co u rse
one of the most sacred rites of the
o f co n v ersa tio n tlie boy sa id his p a r
The Argus has devoted much
are taken by some of tbe e n ts had an a u n t sta y in g w ith th em .
most intimate relations of life. It space to the discussion of railroads
Notice to Creditors
is often a very sacrament and gives and near-railroads and railroads in
Notice is hereby given that the best of the Vitagraph players T h e p arso n , not h av in g m uch a c q u a in t
Court of the State of Oregon, Such a picture is well worth seeing an ce w ith th e S co ttish lan g u ag e an d
adequate expression to the most the air during the past three County
n o t q u ite co m p reh en d in g w h a t th e boy
for Coos County, has appointed the more than once.
sacred feelings to the heart. The months. At times we have beeD a undersigned executor of the last will of
said , ask ed :
Moses A. Welch, deceased, to adminis
“T h en do I u n d e rs ta n d th a t yo u r
two people, otherwise qualified, mite optimistic of the probability of ter
the said estate.
a u n t is on y o u r f a th e r ’s side o r on
Kinney Deal Hanging
who retrain from kissing when they railroad communication with the
All persons having claims against the
y o u r m o th e r’s? ”
estate are required to exhibit the
ought, because they “ do not believe interior in the near fu tu re—n o 1 said
same with the necessary vouchers to ’ There are all kinds of reports in T o w hich th e y o u n g a g ric u ltu ris t re
in it,” are entitled to no sympathy. | doubt has ever been expressed con-, the undersigned at Lampa, Oregon.
circulation regarding the pending “ W eel, w hiles th e a n e a n ’ w h iles th e
March 7, 1913.
Let them wage relentless war, if cerning the coast road; that is a cer Coquille, Oregon, GEO.
ith e r, excep* w hen f e y th e r le a th e r!
they like, on coffee and tobacco — tainty—but we must confess that Executor Estate of Moses A. Welch, deal for the Kmney property on th em b a ith .’ — D u n d ee A dv ertiser.
and whiskey, but leave us the kiss! the “ mite” has never yet shaped it Deceased.
to be that it is still iu the air. The
L a r g e s t C r a t e r o n th e E a r t h .
self like a “ m ight.” The school ol
real situation is that, while tbe prin T h e volcano A so-san. in so u th e rn
John Wanamaker, the great Phil
adversity is a hard one, but its
cipals are undoubtedly acting in J a p a n , on th e islan d o f K lu sh u , pos
adelphia merchant and prominen
sesses th e la rg e st c r a te r kn o w n on th e
teachings warrant the statement
good faith, and tbe people of Coos e a rth . It is a b o u t fo u rte e n m iles
Sunday school hypocrite, has paid
that half ol the lessons of life are
Bay in general are anxious to see acro ss In one d irectio n by ten or
the government $ 100,000 to square
put in between the lines. A rail
the deal go through, there are a eleven in th e o th e r a n d is su rro u n d ed
himself for costoms frauds in which
by w alls of an a v e ra g e h eig h t o f 200
road will yet link Grants Pass and
number of parties in a position to feet. A lthough th e volcano is still a c
he got caught.
Crescent City; and that road, if
make trouble slid they are deter tiv e, ita eru p tio n s co n sist only of ash e s
Just wait aud see the Southern made within the next ten years,
mined to block the trade until they an d d u st. Indeed, a ra n g e of volcanic
m o u n tain s, ev id en tly o f su b se q u e n t
Pacific get its work in on Marshfield. will be made by the Southern Paci
are bought off. One of these boasted form atio n , ex te n d s d irectly acro ss th e
The Coos County metropolis sec ms fic or the Hill syndicate. If action
some time ago that be would make old c ra te r. In th ese p a rtic u la rs Aso-
to he sloughing off its nerve in is to be deferred later, the road will
$150,(100 out of his connection with san resem b les som e o f th e c ra te rs o f
: th e moon, w h ere a long h isto ry o f sue-
great gobs, and it will goon be be made and owned by the govern
the Kinney troubles, and it looks as I cesslve a n d g rad u ally en feeb led o u t
groveling at the feet of the S P., ment. If we have to further subsi
though lie were playiDg his cards b re a k s o f volcanic fo rce is g rap h ically
dize a corporation to get a favorable
| rep re sen ted .
if it keeps on.
for the big stake.
notice, we, personally, favor defer
Governor West has recognized en ment—it will benefit posterity.
A M e s s a g e To Railroad Men
Pneumona Fallows A Cold
ergetic and effecient public service
The railroad that will soon ex- j
E. S. Bacon, 11 Bast st. Bath, Me, But never follows the use of Foley’s
sends out this warning the railroaders Honey and Tar Compoud. It stops the
by the appointment of L. A. Lit- tend through the county from north
everywhere. “My work as conductor, cough, heals the sore and inflamed air
jeqvist as prosecuting attorney for to south can give us no relief from
caused a chronic inflammation of the passages, and strenghtens the lungs.
kidneys and I was miserable and all The genuine is a yellow package with
Coos county, under the new law. one of the two great drawbacks that
! played out. From the day I began tak- ! beehive on carton. Refuse substitutes.
Mr. Liljeqvist ha» been holding have kept Del Norte in the back
| mg Foley Kidney Pills I began to re For sale by Fuhrman's Pharmacy.
gain my strength and I am better now
down the position of deputy in a ward class a quarter century—we i
than I have been for twenty years.”
Have you paid tbe printer?
way very satisiactory to the people can expect nothing in the line of
Try them .For sale by Fuhrrnan's Pharm
and the fact that for the per reductions in freight rates, at pres- !
formance of the same duties he ent the greatest stumbling block to! on the dot at any time
A D V E R T ISIN G is the royal
will now receive three times the all hopes of progress. From that you say.
highway to opulence and
salary is gratifying to his friends road we will get an up to date mail
Notice is hereby given by the under
And if you roll over and signed.
It is the vital principle
that at a regular meeting of
as well as, probably, himself.
and passenger service and a lot of try “ just-one-more-nap,”
the common council of the City of C<>- that makes for succsss in any
to he held on the 21 st day of
he’ll repeat his call 30 sec quille,
April, 1913, in said City of Coquille, a business institution. Selling is a
onds later and keep on call petition
will be presented to said com
ing until you’re wide mon council praying for the vacation of moil important science and de
that part or portion of Burn’s Avenue
situate, lying and being between blocks serves every consideration by
seven and eight of Borrow and Strang’s
Big Ben stands 7 inches tall— addition to tne City of Coquille. ac discerning men.
He’s heavy, massive, handsome. cording to the recorded plat of said ad
The Coquille Herald will be
He's got a great, big dial you can dition sai<i vacation of said street so
an excellent salesman.
easily read in the dim morning
line of Nosier street and between said
light, a sunny deep toned voice blocks
seven and eight to the South Prosperous men are those who
you’ll hear distinctly on your sleep line of Sanford street in said addition. advertise. No one will dispute
Said petition will also pray for the
vacation of the alley in said block seven
Wednesday a f re moon the Roller Rink will be
I've placed him in the window 1 and for the vacation of the alley in said this. The Herald is at your
open for Ladies and Children exclusively
The circulation is
block eight. Said stieet or portion disposal.
Look at him whenever you go by
Sesaion from two to six o’clock
thereof, and said alleys so sought to be
the rates are very
vacat<>d. ire to be vacated by said com
8 , of
Able Assistance viven
Coquille, Coo» County, Oregon for reasonable. <][ Our subscription
school p . rnoses.
books are open for inspection
Z. C. STRANG
to all our customers. Fair, isn’t
C. R. BARROW
B. H. BURNS
C. E. NILES
! it ? T ry an " ad ’’ with us.
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The Coquille Herald
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L I B B Y ’S M I L K
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is positively the very best
canned milk on the market”
NOTES ON THE PHOTOPLAYS SUNDAY SERVICES IN
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