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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1913)
Who Remembers It?
Paint urn-lies a' Anderson’s
Mis. Escoll wh i is very ill, is re
porled some belter.
H. E SUel ey wtnt to Mush field
on busiueas rustlers Monday.
See President Wilson inaugurated
at the S -enic — soon
The mail was very late sever al
days last week on account of had
Watches repaired in an up to date
manner by W. Frank Petett.
Have You O
Broken Out *
Miss Ella Shelley made the Herald
office a pleasant call Saturday after
Mrs. W. H Schroeder, who h.is
been quite sick, is teported to be
up and around again
Hoes and rakes at A"derson’s
Mrs C. M. Skeels has just re
turned from a short visit at Bandon
with her sister,
Mrs. Burkholder has secured the
services of Miss Ola Clinton, of
Norway, in her millinery depart
Don’ t miss the great Pathe feat
ure picture, “ Grotto of Toiture,”
at the Scenic Thursday night.
Stephen Lapp, who went to
Marshfield for treatment for pto
maine poisoning, has returned home.
Is your face covered with
pimples, blotches or rash ? Poor
condition o f your blood will
cause these facial disfigurements
at this season o f the year. A
good medicine for your blood
will clear your complexion like
Of the many blood purifiers
wo. sell R e x a l l B lo o d T a b •
lets are undoubtedly the most
effective. W e are familiar with
the formula o f this remedy and
k n o w what it will do. It puri
fies and enriches the blood,
builds up the entire system and
imparts a healthy color tocheek9
and lips. Sold with the Rexall
guarantee. Per package, 50c.
FURHMAN S PHARMACY
The Rexall Store
P H Y S IC IA N S
DR. JAS. RICHMOND
Office in Kichmond-Barker Bldg.
Office Phone Main 211
R. B. HOAG. M. D.
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.
News comes to Myrtle Point that
John Orr, formerly of that place
and now at Metolius, Oregon, was
quite seriously injured recently by
being thrown ffora a horse, but that
full recovery from his injuries is
U N ITED
Nest Eggs- -3 for 5c— Anderson’s
Beginning April 1 st, milk rates
will be 5 cents per quurt, or $ 1.50
| per month per quart. After tbut
j date I will b.) able to deliver cream
from my own dairy. Also a email
\ supply will be kept at the City Ba-
i kery. Home Phone 477 . j . N
C L A U D E C . M O O N , Prop.
The Coos and Curry County Fair
Association has set September roth
to the 13th as the dates fer holding
the next fair.
Cresent ranges— Auderson’s
SETTINGS— from pure Bred Rhode
Island Reds. $ 1.00 for 15 , 100 per
cent ft rtile. Lieave orders at Skeels
The Coos Sub-District Ministerial
Association and Epwotth League
convention of the M. E. Church
will meet in Bandon next Thursday
and the sessions will continue till
Wm. Candlin is off for San Fran
cisco on a trip which he expects to
extend to about five weeks. He will
stay a week in the city aDd go
thence to Eureka, from which point
he will come up overland, taking in
the coast towns on the way.
If you don’ t read thewant ads
you are liable to miss something
i you would like to see.
Garden hose at Anderson’s
Recommended for a Good Reason
Pot covets at Anderson’s
C. H. Grant, 230 Waverly St; Peoria,
Tils, says: “ Backache and congested
Kidneys made me suffer intense pains.
Was always tired and floating specks
Myrtle Camp No. 197
me. Took Foleys Kidney Pills
Meets Every Wednesday at 7:30 p .
saw big improvements after third
m., in Woodmen o f the World hall.
Something doing every minute.
Visit day. 1 kept on until entirlv freed of
all*trouble and suffering. That’ s why
ing neighbors welcome.
I recommend Foley Kidnev Pills. They
A. J. Sherwood, Consul Com.
cured me. Fuhrman’s Pharmacy.
J. W . Leneve, Clerk.
w. o. w.
A bm alu toiy P u ro
Economizes Butter, Floor,
Eggs; makes the food more
appetizing and wholesome
The Coos B«v News of March 81 ,
1880, bad II. m following it« rn:
.Mr. Peter on, while lookii > nflei
B lock on toe South Coquille, was al-
tacked by a [.anther and t ceived
b * rioi's injuries
He was b o bi lly
injured that he was not able to get
borne until the f.Jiowiog lay; theu
| could not give ful detail« of the en-
j counter, fr in the fact ih .t he was
j mad« insensible for a time as to
what waN going ou, but thinks tb it
his life wan saved only by tb« timn-
I ly a«niat»Dce of his dog, which
fought the bent with vengoince.
You K now Us
W e are In busin ess rig h t here w here yo u liv e .
You are an
a cq u a in ta n ce , n eigh bor o r a friend of o u rs. T h is m o n ey-b a ck -
If-n o t-satisfle d o ffer should p ro ve the s in c e rity of o u r cla im s.
When we say we believe we have
the beat laxative and back up our
•tatement with our unqualified prom
ise to return without question or
form ality the m oney paid u» for it,
if it doe* n ot prove entirely satis
factory to you , we believe we are en
titled to you r confidence.
Our business success and prestige
depend upon your confidence in us.
W e know we must secure and hold
our confidence in order to get and
eep vour patronage. Therefore, \
would not dare make this offer if we
were not positively certain that we
can prove our claims for
Henry Lorenz has finally come
! io the front with his store and it is
! out to the sidewalk and ranch im
proved iu appearance by the change.
I When the weather settles more
j work will be doue on the front.
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Our experience with them and the
m any reports we have received from
those who have used them prove
that they are really the most pleasing
and satisfactory bowel remedy we
Rexall Orderlies taste like candy.
T hey are soothing and easy in action.
They don’ t cause griping, nausea,
purging or excessive looseness, as do
the usual physic or laxative. Rexall
Orderlies seem to act as a tonic-
•trengthener upon the nerves aud
muscles o f the bowels. They prom pt
Want to Raise Rates
The only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
ly relieve constipation. They act to
overcome the cause of constipation.
T hey tend to eliminate the cause
o f sick headache, biliousness, bad
breath, nervousness and other ilia
attendant upon inactive bowels.
M ake Us Prove This
We want you to come to our store
and get a package of Rexall Order
lies. Use a few or use up the entire
box. Then, if vou are not entirely
satisfied, com e back and tell us and
we will prom ptly return the money
you paid us for them.
You promise nothing— you sign
nothing— you obligate yourself to us
in no way whatever.
your mere word.
D on’ t you now believe that Rexall
Orderlies are worthy of a trial?
Could any offer be more fair?
Try Them at Our Risk
W e particularly recommend Rexall
Orderlies for children, aged persona
and for delicate people.
The Coos Bay Home Telephone
Rexall Orderlies com e in vest
company has asked the state com
pocket tin boxes. 12 tablets, 10c|
36 tablets, 25c; 80 tablets, 60c.
mission for authority to raise ra'es
Usual dose one tablet.
ou the line between Coquille and
C A U T IO N : Please bear in mind that Rexall Orderlies are not sold by all drugh
fla ts . You can buy Rexall Orderlies only at The Rexall Stores.
Riverton from 65 cents to $1.00 per
You can buy Rexall Orderlies in this com m unity only at our «tore:
Mrs. Oliver Wilson is very ill, but month, claiming that the line is
Phoenix Paints at Anderson’s
about to be rebuilt and service at
F U H R M A N ’S PH ARM ACY
Marc Shelley was a Myrtle PoiDt j is reported a little better.
the old rates can not be afforded.
visitor last week.
High-Class Vaudeville at the
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E. N. Harry, of Brewster valley,! Scenic tomorrow and Thursday
' T h a i , ta • S b i i UI S to re to n«»rty » v ery «own »nd o ily In t b . C n ito d
C u iii
Oi»«t B rilla. There la • dWoren« Rondi R «m ody for n ea rly e v e ry ordinary hunren IB—
has been losing quite a number of
deeiicned far «h. tmrtlouimr ’.li fo r which it i. reoommentfed.
C. W. Watt was over from the
sheep from the rapacity of wild
I will sell at public auction on
I t o R e x a ll S t o r e , a r e A m o r f e ’ » ( ir e a t e a t Drug S r « — «
the Kistner place, opposite depot,
“ vai mints.”
on Monday. April 21, commencing
climate of the county seat.
The word comes from Paris that
Grass Hay for sale. J. C. Watson.
Automobile service, any time. at 10 a. m., the following de
the slim girl will again he the
My Optical work is giving satis T. A. Walker, call either phone. scribed personal property: 5 cows,
faction. Give me a trial. W. Frank Stand Farmers & Merchants Bank 2 milking, other 3 fresh in *hree HILLIS-CAM PBELL — At Coquille, proper thing this season Tough
or four weeks; 3-year old Jersey
Tuesday, April 8, 1913 , Orrison on Coquille.
bull subject to register; 1 horse;
The great feature film, “ Grotto
L. Hillis, and Fannie L. Camp
John P. Stitzger has moved his r hay rake; 1 hay tedder; 1
of Torture,” at the Scenic Thurs
bell, Justice of the Peace Stanley
shoe repairing shop upstairs over
1 spring tooth harrow; 1 disc
The young man mentioned last
Coming, at the Scenic, “ Inaug his former location.
harrow; 1 farm wagon; 1 set extra
as a victim of the love germ
uration of President Wilson.”
Mrs. Elizabeth Abell and chil high wheels; 1 light wagon; 1 sepa DEMENT-SCHILLING — At the
seems to be on the road to recovery.
Mason and Soule, high class dren, of Merlin, Oregon, are ex rator. 600 lb. capacity; milk cans
residence of W. P. Murphv in
He has evidentlv asked himself the
vaudeville, will be at the Scenic pected to arrive here tomorrow to and other farm utensils. Terms of
MarsLifield, Tuesday, April 8,
old poet’s question:
Wednesday and Thursday nights. make their home here in the future
1913 , Ray B. Dement and Miss
sums over $10, nine months’ time
Best singing you have heard here
“ If she be not fair to me,
Eugenia Schilling, both of Myrtle
C. H. Codding, the Marshfield on approved security, 8 per cent
“ What care I how fair she be?”
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Barker, of
civil engineer, spent several days interest.
Fairview, were in the city yester
Mr. and Mrs. Schilling, Messrs.
h re last week, completing some
day and were accompanied on their
N i c k J o h n s o n , Auctioneer.
Lester and Ellis Dement went over
surveying work near town for local
return by Mrs. Glenn Barker, who
from Myrtle Point; Mr. and Mrs. B.
This is to certify that all druggists
has been visiting at Myrtle Point.
h are authorized to refund your money if
The Times says: Mrs. James Rich
Foley’ s Honey and Tar Compound fails
The Drain-Gardner stage upset
The gasoline schooner Anvil, ply visit and to attend the wedding. to cure your cough or cold. John
near Scottsburg last Friday with a mond and sister, Miss Millie Gould,
Hemett, Tell, W is., states: ’ ’ I used
ing between Bandon and Portland, Both young people are well known Foley's Honey and Tar Compound for
full load of passengers. R. M. of Coquille, are visiting their par
years, and it always gave the best
ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Gould, of went on the north spit at Siuslaw and all join in wishing them a pleas five
satisfaction and always cures a cough
Buttle, of Seattle, had his ankle
last Friday while attempting to ant journey through life. They are or cold.” Refute substitutes. Fuhr-
broken, and E T. Johnson, of the
enter the river. She was on her way now enjoying a honeymoon trip of man Pharmacy.
Frank Spencer, of the Shelley
Siuslaw, suffered a dislocated hip.
north for Bandon, having ioo’ tons several weeks’ duration, to northern
Dr. Schaeffer, of the University store at Myrtle Point, passed ! of freight for the Siuslaw. Four points.
of Oregon, will deliver a lecture through town last Saturday on bis passengers from Bandon, including
tomorrow night at Masonic Opera return from a trip to Portland to a lady past 80 years of age. were H A TCH E R -H A SK IN — At the
RATES: One cent a word, each in
parsonage of the M. E. Church
see his sister.
sertion. No charge less than 15 cents.
Paid the printer lately ?
safely taken ashore, while the crew
South, Saturday, evening, April
The roads on Middle and Cherry stayed aboard for the time, as they
12, 1913, Rev. C. H. Cleaves FOR RENT—Forty acres of hill
House, taking as his subject, “ Edu
land, cheap. B. Folsom. 3 - 25 -tf
Nevy E. Hatcher and
cation al Futures ’ ’ Dr. Schaeffer is
and Zettie Haskin, both of this
The latest report Monday was
an able speaker aud will make an road, are reported in almost im
FOR SA LE — 160 acres, 20 bottom
interesting talk, especially to those passible condition. The new grades that the vessel had been abandoned,
60 acres bench, house, barn and
young orchard, on the best fish
interested in education.
Eight made last summer are now bottom but much of the rigging and ma STREU BER-H AN SEN — At the
ing stream in Coos Co., Price
chinery would be saved.
o’clock sharp. Admission free.
parsonage of the M. E Church
$ 2500 . See B. Folsom. 3-25 tf.
South, Saturday evening, April
J. F. Pursley, of Sam Benito,
The Recorder reports that the
MAKING AND REPAIRING—
differences between Arthur EUing- Texas, arrived Sunday to make a
officiating, James Ludwig Streu-
Fioe and heavy shoes for men and
son, of this city, and the city of visit with his son, K. C. Pursley,
For the first time in a loug while,
womeu. John P. Stitzer. 2 - 18 -tf
Bandon, touching the value of his
Coquille was treated last week to a
FOR R E N T— Two cottages near
property, wanted by the city for the visiting another son at Eugene and good musical comedy show. The
Christian Church, in good tepair;
opening of First street, have been came in by the Myrtle Point rouie, Edward & Merritt company is not BUNCH -DYER— At the Presby
Garden lots in connection; al«o
terian parsonage of Coquille,
adjusted to the satisfaction of all
the largest on earth but it is large
Low rent for reliable,
concerned by the addition of $500 experience of staging.
long-term tenants. Apply 0 . R.
H. A Adams officiating, David
enough, and it gives a better enter
to the price allowed by the ap
Barrow, 01 phone 3x
N»ttaan Bunch and Kathryn
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Scott, of tainment than more people of less
Marie Dyer, both of Daniels
Marshfield, spent several days last ability. The girls are young and
week in this city. They were look attractive; they have good voices —
Rocking chairs at Anderson’s
ing for a small piece of land suit not a screecher among them; they
A U C T IO N E E R
able for truck farming, with a view sing nicely and dance gracefully
T T Ü T Ï
When you get one, get one of exper-
to locating somewhere on the river. and keep within the lines of strict W M T ILLER—
In Coquille, Oregon,
, , .
Mr. Scott conducted a very success decency. The comedians are also
April 13, 1913, to the wife of H. !
.ence—¿6 years at the bus.ness
ful market garden in Marshfield for of good class. The show drew
A. Miller, a seven-pound boy
g q - C A S S ID Y
a number of years and thoroughly good houses on both nights and
understands the business.
the plentiful applause was spon-
Recorder— In regard to the ru toneous and enthusiastic. It is a
mor that the Fifield is going on the good, clean little show. Incident
Siuslaw run, we are informed by ally, this reporter’s choice (the sup
the Bandon agents, that such is ple and shapely gill on the west
not the case. The owners of Fifield end,) only got second prize ¡n the
have never considered such a move, chorus girls’ contest, but that was
The SKOOKUM RESTAURANT is for sale at
arid the announcement that the because the boys all fell lor the
a bargain if taken this week. Well equipped
rumor is unfounded is pleasing news seductiveness of the tall gill in the
and doing a good business. Lodging house with
Restaurant for Sale
"Tyons & Jones
your call with
-F O R -
J. A. Folger’s Steel Cut, per l pound
M. J. B., Ground or unground, per one
pound can ______________________
Amber in Buk or 1 pound package at
35c or 3 pounds f o r . _________
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YOU are a lover o f good COFFEE give
I F trial.
We can surely satisfy your taste.
First National ank building
Big Ben, he’ ll call you
on the dot at any time
And if you roll over and
try “ just-one-more-nap,"
he’ ll repeat his call 30 sec
onds later and keep on call
ing until you’ re wide
Big Ben stands 7 inches tall—
He’ s heavy, massive, handsome.
He’ s got a great, big dial you can
easily read in the dim morning
light, a sunny deep toned voice
you’ 11 hear distinctly on your sleep
I’ ve placed him in the window
Look at him whenever you go by
Either Farmers oç Home Phone
nOVING PICTU R E S
TERRIBLE FLOODS IN OHIO fi
The management of the S C E N IC theater has been fortun-
in securing the latest motion picture films of the disas
trous ‘'oods throughout Ohio. These films have
Just Arrived From the East
C O Q U I L .L .K ,
C. A . H A R R IN G T O N , Proprietor
And have been exhibited in only a few of Portland’s high-clas«
theaters t< enormous business at greatly advanced prices.
Although it has cost the management a large sum
of mont-» for the exhibiting rights of this
— > Feature Film
April 2 4
ONE N IG H T O N L Y
I Butternut Bread
The price o f s lmission will be within the reach of all: 25c
adults and 15c for children under 10 years of age. Don’t
fail tn see one of the greatest disasters of the age
22 furnished rooms in connection. My only rea
son for selling is that I have bought the Myrtle
Point Hotel and cannot attend to both. If not
sold by Saturday night, April 19th, the restaur
ant will be closed and dismantled. Here is a
chance to step into a good, established business
at a price below the cost o f the fixtures. Only
$500 takes it, but you must act before the end
o f the week, or it will be too late.
No meal is thouroughly complete without it J
Will make you appetize your breakfast
g C IT Y B A K E R Y
COOK BR° 5;-