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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1913)
H K. Shim is i Xpected home this
Miss Dollie Skceln went to Port
land Saturday to visit her sister
Mrs. McQiiain left on the Break- ]
The i.iw residence of Leo J.
Carey is being completed by H. E. water Saturday for her home in
Idaho, where she will join her
Willamette Tents- -Anderson’s
H a v e You O
B ro k e n Out *
I s y o u r fa ce co v e r e d w ith
p im p les, b lo tch e s o r rash ? P o o r
c o n d itio n o f y o u r b lo o d w ill
ca u se these fa cial disfigu rem ents
at this sea son o f th e year. A
g o o d m ed icin e for y o u r b lo o d
w ill clea r y o u r c o m p le x io n like
m a g ic.
O f th e m a n y b lo o d purifiers
w e se ll R e x a l l B lo o d T a b •
lets a re u n d o u b te d ly th e m ost
effective. W e are fam iliar w ith
the form u la o f th is rem ed y and
k n o w w h at it w ill d o . It puri
fies» a n d en rich es th e b lo o d ,
b u ild s u p th e entire system and
im p a rts a h ea lth y c o lo r to ch e e k s
an d lip s. S o ld w ith the R ex a ll
gu aran tee.
P e r p a ck a ge, 50c.
T he Rexall Store
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. ENDICOTT
Office over First National Bank
Phone Main 431
DR. H. B. MOORE
Room 2, Laird Bldg.
Chronic Diseases a Specialty
Office Hourst>9:30 to 12, 2 to 5.
A. J. SHERWOOD
A ttorney at L aw
First National Bank Building
L. J. LILJEQVIST
A ttorney at L aw
First National Bank Building
A ttorney at L aw
E. D. SPERRY
A ttornet and
C ounsellor at L aw
Office in Robinson Building
W. C. CHASE
A ttorn y at L aw
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg
C. R. BARROW
A ttorney and C ounsellor at L aw
Office Phone 335
Residence Phone 346
J. J. STANLEY
The Selig company have a mena
gerie of animals, wild and trained,
and their animal pictures are always
great. ‘‘Kings rf the Forest" is a
two-reeler. At the Scenic tonight.
Decoret, any color--Anderson’s
J. A. Brockman, of Gravel Ford,
Bandon Surf— Arrangements are
was doing business in town last
being made to set aside quite a
Thursday. He says that when the
large tract of land at the head of
roads get better he will be bringiug
Bear Creek, Four Mile and Rills
in garden truck till further orders.
Creek as a game preserve.
If you don’t read the want ads
tract contains about 20,000 acres
you are liable to miss something
and it is planned to station a game
you would like to see.
warden there for the protection of
Automobile service, any time. the game.
T . A. Walker, call either phone.
Stand Farmers S t Merchants Bank
Superintendent Miller announces
that extensive improvements will be
made on the C. B. R. & E. R. R.
this summer, and it is a cinch that
they will be made before the new
i Smith-Powers camps can send their
j output over theline.
The term of circuit court which
opened yesterday bids fair to be of
| several weeks’ duration. There are
an unusual number of criminal cases
| to be disposed of, besides a full line
of civil cases.
The lecture delivered in Masonic
j hall last Wednesday evening by
Prof. Schaffer, of the history de
partment of the state university,
! was highly entertaining and in
structive to any one who takes an
interest in educational matters.
The Steamer Brcoklin has takeD
a contract to bring up a large
amount of freight for the develop
ment work in southern Curry coun
ty, which will tax her capacity for
some time, so that she will be bring
ing up no freight for this port.
Floor Paint- -Anderson’s.
Tyons & Jones]
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J. A. Folger’s Steel Cut, per l pound
M. J. B., Ground or unground, perone
pound can_______________ , ______
Amber in Buk or 1 pound package at
35c or 3 pounds for___________
I F trial.
T ’V /C
d* 1 rkfk
are a lover o f good COFFEE give us a
We can surely satisfy your taste.
First National Bank building
bertson, of Parkersburg, died in
this city at 5 o ’clock this morning
She was brought to the city in an
unconscious condition from which
she never rallied.
Call on Either Farmers or
Jack Wilson, who went to Cali
fornia some months ago, has just
returned after visiting the southern
part of that state and covering it
pretty thoroughly. He reports the
season unusually dry, even for
southern California, and in all bis
travels he didn’t see a spear of
green grass except where the
ground was irrigated. Otherwise the
herbage is burned to a crisp, and
on some of the big cattle ranches
the cattle are starving to death.
The Prize Winners
Some time ago, R. S. Knowlton
gave to the different schools in the
territory tributary to Coquille some
extra fine calendars bearing a repro
duction of Tbos. Moran’s great
painting of the Yellowstone Canyon,
offering at the game time three prises
to the pupils writing the best essays
on the subject illustrated by the
painting. The essays were submit
ted to Supt. Raab, of the North
Bend schools, who with Grace W il
liams, of the Cth grade, and A. S.
Heisy, of the department of lan
guage, of the same school, made tho
award of prizes. LeanDa Curry,
8th gr&de, Coquille, took the first
prize, a Waterman fountain pen;
Mary Fusonne, 8th grade, Coquille,
second prize, a book; Relva Pink-
stoue, Fishtrap school, third prize,
a box of stationery.
From a Series o f Elaborate Chemical T ests:
A n equal quantity o f bread (biscuit) w as made
with each o f three different kinds o f baking powder—
cream o f tartar, phosphate, and alum— and submitted
separately to the action o f the digestive fluid, each
for the same length o f time.
T he relative percentage o f the food digested is
shown as follows:
Bread made with
Royal Cream of Tartar Powder:___________
| 100 Per C ent Digested
Bread made with
j 68*4 Per Cent. Digested |
Bread, made with
| 67% Per Cent. D igested!
These tests, which are absolutely reliable and
unprejudiced, make plain a fact o f great importance
to everyone: Food raised with Royal, a cream o f
tartar Baking Powder, is shown to be entirely diges
tible, while the alum and phosphate powders are found
to largely retard the digestion o f the food made from
Undigested food is not only wasted food, but it
is the source o f very many bodily ailments.
Skookum Restaurant Sold
Myrtle Point Pointers
Geo. C. Therault, of Aason's camp,
has bought the Skookum restaurant
of C. A. Harrington and will take
possession on Thursday.
mean time Mr. Harrington is keep
ing the house opeD instead of clos
ing up on Saturday night aa he in
tended. The new proprietor is new
in the restaurant business, but he
has quite a large circle of friends
and has the qualities which make
for popularity, and he will undoubt
edly make good.
who is an excellent cook, will have
charge of the culinary department.
In retiring from business in Co
quille, Mr. Harrington wishes his
friends and customers to understand
that he appreciates the generous
patronage that has been accorded
him here, and it is only a prospect
of a larger busiuess in the Myrtle
Point Hotel which he has purchased
that induces him to break the ties
that have been formed during his
eignt years in business here. He
will take charge in Myrtle Point on
May 1st and will be glAd to see any
of his old friends in the new loca
Miss Anna Barklow was taken
seriously ill on Wednesday night,
but is some better now.
trouble was the cause.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rease are
receiving a visit from Mr. Rease’s
brother Arthur and family of wife
and three grown children from
Washington. They are en route to
Areata, HuDboldt Co., Cal., where
they will make their home.
Claire Dement returned home
from Eureka, Cal., where he has
been attending college, on the last
steamer from that port.
Rev. Williams, pastor of the
Presbyterian church ot this place,
went to Marshfield on Saturday to
meet his wife, who cames from the
East to join him.
Henry Stewart, our postmaster,
is sick with ths innmps.
thought he was past such childish
Little Angus Rackliff has a bad
attack of poisen oak.
P. M. Hall-Lewis was appointed
nspectoi; and that gentlemen with
Messrs Willey and Culin were se
lected to make up the hoard of
examiners to inquire iuto the quali
fications of applicants for plumbers
At last night’s meeting a full at
tendance was on haud and a long
grist was ground.
A communication was received
from County Judge Hall, advising
that the city be laid off into wards
in such a way as to conform to the
new registration law, which pro
vides that they must lie wholly
within the corporate limits and must
not contain over 300 voters.
A letter was also received from
the local railroad asking for a rate
on water for locomotives, either fiat
monthly or by the 1000 gallons
This was referred to the water com
A resolution was passed to alter
and re-establish the grade of Coul
ter street, and ordinance was put
through calling for bids for the im
provement of Second street in
Elliott’s addition from the west side
of C street to the west side of Henry
Judges and clerks of election for
the city election to be held on May
12tb were named, us follows: J. F.
Scbroeder, L. Harlocker, and E. W-
Ferris, judges; Walter Oerdiug, A.
B. Collier and Ben Currie, clerks.
The usual monthly batch of bills
were ordered paid.
r * . O n fa ll Start
C oq u llla
There Is s Rexall Store in nearly every town
and city in the United States, Canada and
Orsat Britain. There Is a different Rexall
Remedy for nearly every ordinary human ill—
•ech especially designed for the particular HI
for which it is reoommended.
The Resell Stores a ______
RATES: One cent a word, each in
sertion. No charge less than 15 cents.
F O R S A L E — 160 acres, 40 acres
m yrtle bottom , well im proved,
some saw tim ber, in B rew ster
Valley. Cheap. B. F olsom . 4 2 2 -tf
MAKING AND REPAIRING—
Fine and heavy shoes for men and
women. John P. Stitzer. 2-18-lf
FOR R EN T— Two cottages near
Christian Church, in good tepair;
Garden lots in connection; alio
Low rent for reliable,
long term tenants. Apply 0 . R.
Barrow, or phone 3 x
2 - n t f
a ’ card
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Fishtrap and Vicinity
Mure mud ami rain.
Rev. Wm. Owens, of the United
Brethren church, preached at the
Following is a list of jurors drawn
Excelsior (upper Fishtrap) School
for this term of Circuit court:
house Wednesday night,
J. L. Kronenberg, Bandon, capi
Miss Hazel Matthews, who
in the primary depart
Jno. Hayden, Eastside, farmer.
A. J. Savage, Marshfield, car. rnent of the Prosper school, visited
her parents here recently.
pood. Some of the strongest, health-
lest persons aro moderate eaters.
Nothing will cause more trouble than
a disordered stomach, ai
people contract serious ___
through disregard or abuse of ths
Wn urge all who suffer from indi
gestion, or dyspepsia, to try Rexall
Dyspepsia Tablets, with the under
standing that we will refund the
money paid us without question or
formality, if after use you are not
perfectly satisfied with results.
W e recommend Rexall Dyspepsia
Tablets to customers every day, and
have yet to hear o f one who has not
been benefited. W e believe them to
be without equal. T h ey pive prompt
relief, aiding to neutralise acidity;
stimulate flow o f gastrio juice:
strengthen the digestive organs, and
thus promote perfect nutrition and
correct unhealthy sym ptom s. Three
sizes, 25 cents, 60 cents, and $1.
You can buy Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets
in tlus community only a t our store;
Bergou on their bid of ¡18,975 that
being the lowest.
Made with different Baking Powders
Grass Hay for sale. J. C. Watson, j
L. B. Fetters, of Myrtle Poiut,
H. E. Shelley, of this city, w ill1
was in town last Thursday, looking
erect a country home for Judge D
after his property interests here.
SETTINGS—from pure Bred Rhode L. Watson, at Coos City.
Island Reds. $1.00 for 15, 100 per
Sewing machine for rent—An
cent fertile. Leave orders at Skeels
The headquarters of the city gov
ernment aie now in the new city from Aason’s camp Saturday, visi
ting her sister, Miss Georgia Know-
Melvin Kern, son of E. II. Kern,
My Optical work is giving satis
has retnrned after au absence of
faction. Give me a trial. W. Frank
Mrs. D. D. Pierce reached borne
Mrs. James Richmond and sister,
last Saturday, after an absence of Millie Gould, returned borne Satur
day from a visit with their parents
It. L. Carl has bought out the at Allegany.
Coquille Furniture Co. and will con
You all know that the Selig
duct the business hereafter.
animal pictures are the best of their
Geo. Pike is reopening his log kind, so don’t miss “ Kings of the
ging camp, about three miles below Forest,’’ tonight.
Coquille, and will employ 15 to 20
The Record reports that four
surveyors n ot connected with the S.
B. R. Keller, formerly the moving P. came in over the Drain route
picture magnate of Marshfield, now last week and headed for the south
a peaceablo commercial traveler ern part of the C oun ty.
visited the River towns last week.
Western World—Mrs. W. J. Cul
At a council meeting held iu the
new city hall last Thursday evening,
bids were opened for the iruprov-
ment of First street, amt the con
tract was h wauled to Ellinson A
o f Food
Recorder Lawrence is well pleased
with his new quarters iu the new
Mrs. E. A. Terrill arrived home
Saturday from u visit in California. city hall.
“ Kings of the Forest,” u big two-
Watches repaired in an up-to-date
manner by W. Frank Petett.
No reel Selig feature picture at the
Cause fo r A larm
L o u o f appetite or d i> tr«u after
•ating—a sym ptom that should
n ot be disregarded.
It is not what you eat but what you
digest and assimilate that does you
This is to certify that all druggists
are authorized to refund your money if
Foley’ s Honey and Tar Compound fails
to cure your cough or cold. John
Bernelt, Tell, Wis., states: “ I used
Foley’ s Honey and Tar Compound for
five y e a r B , and it always gave the best
satisfaction and always cures a cougli
or cold.” Refu“e substitutes. Fulir-
\ CLEAN MILK /
your call with
Home Phone 477
Big Ben, he’ll call you
J. N. Jacobsen V on the aot at any time
F ro m a
And if you roll over and
try “ just-one-m ore-nap,”
he’ ll repeat his call 30 sec
onds later and keep on call
you’ re wide
w. o. w.
Myrtle Camp No. 197
Meets Every Wednesday at 7:30
m., in Woodmen o f the World
Something doing every minute.
ing neighbors welcome.
A. J. Stierwood, Consul Com.
J. W. Leneve, Clerk.
Those shopping in Coquille from
S. C. Johnson, Bandon, merchant.
Samuel Breuer, Myrtle Point, this place Friday were, “ Uncle”
Miller, Mrs. J. H. Rida-
Milo Sumner, Marshfield, mer baugh and little son Herman, and
E. E. Bender, Myrtle Point, black
Miss Merle Radabaugh closed
a very successful term of school at
E. S. Barzee, North Bend, team Arago Friday, April 11th, and
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opened school in the Fat Elk dis
Elasica Floor Finish--Anderson’s. ster.
C. Rasmussen, Bandon, merchant. trict Monday, April 14.
Recommended for a Good Reason
John Mast, McKinley, farmer.
Miss Hazel Radabaugh visited her
O. N. Wilson, Sumner, farmer.
parents over Sunday.
C. H. Grant, 230 Waverly St; Peoria,
A. J. Barre, Bandon, carpenter.
Ills, eaye: “ Backache and congested
Preaching services at the M. E
Geo. D. Mandigo, North Bend, i
Kidney# made me suffer intense pains.
Church South Sunday, April 30th
Was always tired and floating specks
bothered me. Took Foleys Kidney Pills merchant.
by Rev. W. B. Smith.
Geo. Leach, Coquille, clerk.
ami saw big improvements after third
The Willowdale U. B. Sunday
day. I kept on until entirly freed of
A. C. Dresser, North Bend, farmer.
all trouble and suffering. That’ s why
School was reorganized recently
J. R. Devault, Myrtle Point, |
I recommend Foley Kidney Pills. They
witn the following officers: Mrs. J.
cured me. Fuhrman’ s Pharmacy.
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L. C. Gibson, Bandon, carpenter.
Notice to Odd Fellows
Nile Miller, assistant superentin-
C. J. Fuhrmac, Coquille, mer
dent; Miss Maud Albee, secretary
Coquille Lodge No. 53 will cele chant.
brate the 04th anniversary of the
Geo. W. Bryant, Myrtle Point,
There will be preaching services
order on Saturday evening, April drayman.
20th. Chicken supper at 6 o ’clock
H. W. Dunham, Coquille, en at the Willowdale U. B. church
in the I. O. O. F. banquet room, fol gineer.
Sunday, April 27, by the pastpr,
lowed by a program and general
L. J. Cody, Bandon, mill man.
Rev Wm. Owens.
good time. All Odd Fellows, especi
Warren Bullard, Bullards, mer
J. H. Radabaugh, who has been
ally sojourning brothers, and their
sick with La Grippe and an ulcer
families are invited to be present.
W. C. Rose, Coquille, merchant. ated tooth, is well again.
J. 8. LAWRENCE, Sec’y.
Chester Wolcott, Marshfield, mer
Mary and Pearl Taylor are visit
Card o f Thanks
ing at the home of their uncle and
E. K. Jones, Marshfield, salesman.
aunt, in Marshfield.
A. E. Morton, North Bend, book-
I The undersigned wish to proffer
Little Eunice Pinkston spent a
their thanks aiyl appreciation to | keeper.
days visiting her little frimd
their friends and neighbors for
Jens Hansen, Marshfield, mer
Flossie Radabaugh, last week'
their kindness and assistance at the chant.
time of the death and burial of our
Bob Miller has purchased him a
Abert Selig, Marshfield, merchant.
lieloved husband, son and brother,
buggy, and no doubt with that,
S. C. Bunch.
J. L Crosby, Gravel Ford, farmer. drawn by “ Blue Bell” will soon be
MRS CLARA A. BUNCH,
taking some pretty girls for a buggy
MRS. MARY L. BUNCH,
Shellac, any quan tity- -Anderson’s. ride.
O. G. BUNCH.
F IS H
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.
R IG H T
C O Q U IU L .E , O R E G O N
Protect Yourself with
Tackle Bought at the
A U C T IO N E E R
When you get one, get one of exper
ience—26 years at the business
CLAUDE C. MOON, Prop.
C A S S ID Y
B A N D O N , OHE.
nO V IN G PICTU RES
TERRIBLE FLOODS IN OHIO
The management of the S C E N I C theater has been fortun-
in securing the latest motion picture films o f the disas
trous floods throughout Ohio. These films have
Just Arrived From the East
And have been exhibited in only a few o f Portland’ s high-class
theaters to enormous business at greatly advanced prices.
Although it has cost the management a large sum
o f money for the exhibiting rights o f this
- Feature Film
The price o f admission will be within the reach o f all: 25c for
adults and 15c for children under 10 years o f age. Don’t
fail to see one o f the greatest disasters o f the age
The Scenic - April 2
ONE NIGHT ONLY