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Try a c»u of that Tuna Fish at j Another “Wolf" is h-jre from San
Looks Like Roleaux
Lyons & Jones—only 15c per uau . Francisco. It’s not the “candy
E. S. Tuttle, of Baudou, was a kid” this time, but T. Wolf and he C. A. Dooley, a ball player from
Furin, Fit-Id »ud (Iran* Seeds at business visitor at this place Friday. carries a line of jewelry.
A Distinctive Reason
Marshfield is stopping' it the Baxter
Kniiwlton's drug store
H. VV. Mast was ill from Dora was a Coquille visitor Thursday .
lbs. capacity 1 Little Giant Rus personal appearaucs has called forth
What is the chief reason for the superi
Steam Turbine Separator, 400 a good deal of comment, nw ug to
of Royal Baking Powder ?
Riley Clin'ou whs here from Ban- Dors the Iasi of tile week
There are several good reasons, but there
tion. At Quick’s Second Hand Store resemblance to Eddie polo, wbo
which distinguishes Royal from other
W. H. Wauu »us ovtr from the Saturday.
In spite of the last week of un plays the iart of “R d«aui,"iu “The
Bay last week.
Brokeu ootu ’’ Mr. Dooley should
received a supply of very usually cold weather, Dr V L. feel
A. N Gould, of Boudon, was in lim Just
highly complimented as Eddie
This reason, which every woman should
onion sets at Kuowlt o s Drug Hauilton 8 h \ h that most everyone
is that Royal Baking Powder is made
seems to be distressingly healthy; is some actor sud about as husky a
as ever was tl .shed ou the
Fresh Vegetables at all times at E. L. Rogers, a traveling sales and Dr. Low seems to have the same
of tartar, which comes from
Lyons & Jones.
screen. Small boys have been vain
man from San Francisco, is in town. opinion ou the subject.
means a healthful fruit origin.
Frank Nortou was o\ r from (he Cecil Cirter was dowu from Myr Henry Grady, one of the oldest ly following Mr. Dooley uioutid m j
food as distinguished from
the hope of seeiug him get into
settlers in the oounty, living at trouble.
tle Point the last of the week.
used in other baking
Oved Wickham was down from E. J. Gallagher, of Spokane, was Myrtle l’oin', has been given up by
ill town a couple of days last week. the ductora and his death is ex Woman’s Study Club
There is no alum nor phosphate in Royal
Lex Cope, of Lauglois, was a Co- W. L. Tuvloi and Put Lundy pected at anv time. Not long ago
q uille visitor Saturday.
were over from the Bay Friday
Choice onion sets ldo a poun I .at FARMERS—Geo. T. Moulton from wb;-h be has been unable to 0f ,be jv-man’s Study Club met
Knowlton’s Drug store.
j yesterday afternoon in the library
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO
wants your biles. Bitter see him reco.er.
A1 Reed was down Irom Powers about it. He wants furs also. 8-3tf All the auto drivers bad better and spent two hours very pleasantly
j Jus. Jeukeus was up from River keep their eyes on their speedome in discussing “Beverages and C o n
ters, ss \V. H. Schroeder has the diments.'’ At the doss Mrs Law
Chas. Deunis was over from Lake ton the last of the week.
watch in working order rence gave a reading on “Food for
Jesse Clinton and 0, D. Price again slop
it will soon be in poases- Invalids and Convalescents'' ai.d all interior towns of Coos couuty establishing a lire department, to
Chas. E. Oliver, of Portland, was were dowu from Norway Thursday.
officers and meu ami to fix
As the Mrs. Springer oue on “Home Care The return cargo to Portland will appoint
in Coquille Tuesday.
for same; iD fact to have a
W. J. Burner was over from the watch has been Hickbam.
be coal from the Riverton mine. salaries
S. Brewer was down from Myrtle Bay the middle of the week.
for some time, John will prob The lesson assigned for the uext The vessel’s capacity is 125 tone well Ordinance
148 was also
Point the first of the week.
full stock of best quality Garden sion
and Manager Hall expects the boat adopted. It ie No to prohibit
Arthur McKeown was over from Seeds in bulk at Knowlton’s drug be si es.
will have capacity cargoes each trip. eration of automobiles and motor
the Bay on busiutss Wednesday.
cycle« or any kind of motor vehicle
tom of page 165.
within the city limits without a suit
J. M. Robertson was in from Mc R. Marsden Sr. and James Mars-
The liteiary department will meet
muffler for the same, and is al
prohibit the blasting of horns
Andrew L. Marden and Mary Jacob in last week’s Herald.
WANTED—Chitham Bark. 1910 the last of the week.
at unnecessary times, except at
Winnie Haynes, who was visiting Ovid A. Wickham.and Evelyn M.
j Peel. Geo. T. Moulton
intersections. This ordinance
evening with all the members pres street
fixes a S ds for turning
Ernie Bender was down from here last summer, is reported mar Corliss.
Breakwater Back Again ent except W. H Lyons. The reg said vehicles
in the streets except
Mvrtle Point one day last week.
Walter Stull and Carolyn Bremer.
ular routine of bills were ordered at intersections.
Dr. C. W. ENDICOTT
The Breakwater is back on the paid. The city engineer was or The matter of a business-like li
Ex-Mayor F. E. AlleD, of Marsh
J were up from Riverton the last of
Coos Bay-Portlaod San Francisco dered to send for four differen* cense ordinance that would cover
Rosenburg Brought Back run and called at the Bay Sunday kinds of water meters. These are merry-go-round*
Office ov( r Fii>t National Bank
ami skating rinks
C. McC. Johnson, of Bandon, was j the week.
Plione Main 431
M. Christeusen and Christ Nel- I. Rosenburg, the Jew tailor who on the way north. With two boats to be received on trial, and the best ' ' DOt come UP
a Coquille visitor Saturday.
od the run the freight situation kind will be selected and installed
Tuna Fish at Lyons & Jones 15c i sen were down from Myrtle Point cashed the check, alleged to be bogus, should
te somewhat relieved, al in rooming houses, hotels, garages,
G. EARL LOW. M. D.
announce myself a can-
City, is again in our midst. though the service is not doubled. etc., where water is used in excess
H. Barclay was over from the C. J, Gee and wife, of B.tudon, Crescent
P hysician and surgeon
Republican ticket for
were Coquille visitors one day last week by W. C. Laird and yesterday
C. A Machón aBked that he be the office of Sheriff of Coos oounty,
Office over Farmers & Merchants Bav the last of the week.
steamship company for boats from allowed to build a ten foot addition subject to the action of the voters
was taken to Bandon to have a pre Cons
W. A. Barr was over from the j week.
Portland: Kilburo, of galvanized iron on the east end !nt primary election in May.
John F. Russ, who huils from liminary hearing. He was bound over March Bay 12; to Breakwater,
March 21; of his pool ball in the Lorenz build- 2-29-6tp JOHN H. SHIELDS
Dr. G. W LESLIE
icg. The council left this up to the
the county jail to await the action of April 5, and Kilburn again April 19. city engineer.
Graduate of the American School Myrtle Point Friday.
A. Beckett, who left here sev the court. He insists that he is inno From Coos Bay to San Francisco J. D. Graham appli d for lease on To the Announcement
of Osteopathy of Kirksville, Mo.
Henry Schroedar was down from eral E. months
Republican voters of Coos
ago, is now located at cent.
Office in Eldorado Block
wish to announce that I
- a <■> «■ ■— - —-----
his w « b referred to the finance am a candidate for County Assessor
Kilburo, March 16; Breakwater, committee
Call on Lyons & Jones when you San Francisco.
report at next meeting, subject to the action of the Republi-
Why pay the price for seeds in
want a Nemo Corset.
March 2‘i; Kilburn,March 31 ¡Break Ordinance to No.
147 was adopted can primary next April.
Dr. R. H. HOPKINS
A mos L. N o sle r ,
was a Coquille visitor Friday.
l aird Building - Coquille, Ore.
Jens Hansen, of Marshfield, was F. L. Lundy, of Myrtle Point and informed him that he was lost
to business here Tuesday. was transacting business here Sat in our fair city, He bad been here Cantine Meets Committee
Mrs. N. L. TYRRELL
the first of the week in company
J. A. Black, of Portland, was at urday.
another man, bad dined at the The Executive committee of the
Hal Baxter, wife and duughter with
Roads Association met at the city
House and they had Good
Garden seeds at Knowltou’s drug are stopping at the Baxter this agreed to meet
afternoon. There was
at the same place present a representative
E. D. SPERRY
again yesterday. Now be simply town in the county. E. I. Cantine,
Gio. 8. Gothro was over from Al Hite and wife, of Bandon, couldn’t
Scenic M arch 10th
North Bend the middle of the week j were Coquille visitors the last of He was directed to the west end of committee on the coast highway ques
Office in Robinson Building
C. D. Thomas, of Portland passed j the week,
one of our too numerous second tion. His view of the matter was that
through this place one day last ’ Deputy Sheriff Andy Davis was streets, and it is to be hoped that a good road from the Curry county line
IV. C. CHASE
and running north up the coast and
serving legal papers in the country he found it.
A ttorney at L aw
then up from Bandon to Cedar Point,
J L. Masson, of Mvrtle Point, eight miles below Bandon Friday.
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg
the river to be bridged at that point,
[ made a brief business, visit to this For 30 days, beginning Feb. 15, Commercial Club Tonight was the proper system. In that way
city the middle of the week.
I will tune, regulate the action and The Commercial Club will meet to the road would connect with the Marsh
C. R. BARROW
polish any Coquille piano for $5 night, and it is expected that a propo field road and thus make a good coast
A ttorney and C ounsellor at L aw
Jim Laird and Pearley Crowley and
guarantee the work. O. Sum sition will be discussed to establish an highway running north and south. And
Office Phone 335
as it is advocated that the future state
Residence Phone 346
exhibit of the products of the Coquille highway will come up the coast, we
in the waiting room and automo would thus be in a position to make
We ha ve the very beet onion tets of Denmark, Curry county, were valley
J. J. STANLEY
bile stage headquarters at the junction good connections with the outside roads.
Coquille business visitors the last of First and Front streets. This will Since the railroad has come through,
be the greatest travel canter in Coos all the Good Road talk seems to be di
Mrs. Otis Flitcrofi, of Fairview, the week.
county this summer. Some sixty auto rected on a coast highway County
stage trips will start from this waiting Ruad Engineer Murdock and the County
was a shopper in Coquille Thurs- j
room, and all passengers on the river Court were present at the meeting.
A. J. SHERWOOD
find the room a convenience.
A ttorney at L aw
Mrs. M. Nosier wishes to an steamers
T. B Klock, a creamery man of nounce
No better place for an exhibit could be
First National Bank Building
I Seattle, was in town a couple of j of Millinery Saturday, March 11th. found. If the Commercial Club will
| days last week.
Ladies are cordially invited.
Myrtle Cunningham and Ada Downs
editor of the Herald will resume his were
Lyons & Jones are agents for the
employed in the county road
L. J. LILJEQI/IST
master’s office a part of last week.
I Nemo Corset. Just received some. Mrs. F. W. Barker, of Johnson’s monthly contributions.
A ttorney at L aw
new styles. Call and see them.
j „i)), has the thanks of the editor’s University Professor Lectures Mr. M. O. Hooton made his annual
First National Bank Building
visit to the schools last Thursday and
Three inches of enow was re- ,ami|y for a head of fiue brocoli
a talk to me eighth grade agri
ported at the Neeley place on the riliged in her hou)e gardeD.
Dr. E. D. Conklin of Oregon Univer gave
culture class. Mr. Hooton knows agri
A. E Morten, of North Bend, was lecture tour. On Thursday evening he culture and he also knows boys and
A ttorney at L aw
last week consulting will be in Coquille and will speak in the girls. His talks always take hold.
The W\ C T. U. meeting of Feb with this our city
The literary program for next Friday
chief in tegard to Co- High school assembly room, his subject under
the direction of Miss Newell will
25th was a good meeting. The next ¡ quiile’s fire system.
being “ The Psychology of the Crowd.”
This promises to be an exceedingly in consist of a production of the old play
meeting will be nt the city library . , ATTENTION,
We teresting address and an invitation is “ Everyman.”
Friday, * * March 10, at o 1 n. . A now carry a .. line of FARMERS!
t 4 the
IN C L U D IN G
block , extended to the public in general to at The basket ball season closed with an
tend. In addition to the lecture there
to Bandon last Friday even
2 reels N eal of the N avy
Babv Buggies aud Runabouts LtiouH on the market. SA'IISFAC- will be musical numbers by Miss Bay excursion
ing. About fifty people went in addi
All kinds of Fruit Jars, Stone Jars, TION POSITIVELY GUARAN- and the Girls’ Glee Club. Coquille has tion to the members of the team and
” G et Rich Quick W allingford
Churns, and 1 19 gal Barrel TEED. Fai mere Uuiou Store.
the reputation among the University they were repaid by being permitted to
Supplies are high Stone
1 ” Pathe N ew s
Churn, good as new At Quick’s!
2-15tf extension speakers of being a good witness one of the best games of the
Machinery is high Second
1 ” Comedy
William Wheeler left last week turn out well and the crowd is atten fairly indicate the real interest of the
It is reported that the Macleay ; for an extended stay out in the val- tive. It is hoped that this reputation contest. The trip up the river from
Overhead is high : Estate
has bought the plant of thej ley somewhere near Eugene, think will be maintained on this occasion. Bandor can hardly be said to have been
But laundry prices haue ^6" j Coquille Valley Fishermen’s Co- ing that perhaps the change would
an enjoyable one. A dark night and a
The Best Laid Plans
m ai re d the same.
riling river caused delays so that the
! operating Canning company, and benefit bis health.
return journey which began at eleven
j that the deal was consummated Sat- Mrs. Sam Briggs, of Bandon, has Laat week might well be called f o'clock,
ended at eight the next mom-
We have given the mat ! urday.
spent the past week at this pi,ace “ the week of disillusions,” for there tng.
ter of laundering years
M. Shaw, M. D., eye, ear, nose helping Uke rare of her mother, was certainly lots planned that will1
of careful study. We and H throat
of Marshfield, jjrg £ Leneve, who has been quite never be carried off. flower lied«
A New Line
have kept persistently will he at specialist
Baxter Hotel, Coquille,
were sj-aded up. flowers planted, Direct steamship service between
at the task to produce Friday, March 10, 1916. Ola««« 1,1 for ,he ten daT8'
work that was free from fitted.
It is too bad those South Slough and camping trips planned; aod Portland
Bandon has been •«-
harsh methods. We have
pirate« can’t eat hay, for if thsy even ODe run was pulled off be tabliahed and
Riverton I uel com
succeeded. Our wash
could they would find it easy pick tween here and Marshfield by a pany, whose headquarters
ing process has recently
ings at Bandon, as the Fifield which Marshfield stage car. The owner of the Coquille river. The gasoline
RATES; One cent a word, each in is high and dry on the beach has a eaid car stated that the next day he
been improved. Proper sertion.
boat Adwaneda will make
No charge less than 15 cents' large cargo of hay aboard her.
would start on a scheduled run; propelled
washing is the founda
first sailing from
tion upon which is budd j SECOND HAND TYPEWRITER Saturday night three dances were whereupon Fred Slagle polished up Portland being the from
Pittsburg Visible; does first-class held at this place. One at Haezlet his Cadillac, put on bis Marshfield- No. 3 last sreek. Manager
ed the art of successful
Coquille yellow pennaot, and pre- Hall announcea that the vessel W. will
tion guaranteed or mon
pared for b .ainess. Whereat the carry general c-rgo to all points
and , another in , the Brewster | weather
clerk must have smiled to
ey back. : : : : : PHONOGRAPH
exchange, Vtctor snd Columbias lodging houae. And it has recently hlmge,f „ ,b„ garly rugh of the from IlaDdon up the Coquille river 5 cents
Usually 15 cents
in good order. iDquire at tliis Hen said that ‘ Coquille is no dance gg(lB and ttjen turned on the to Coquille and Mvrtle Point and
KUkLtl.AlM.hH lit 10 office.
all way ports aod with transfer to
Aylesworth’s "Hunting Big Game"
ttorn ey and
o u n se l l o r at
A Chapter of
“The Broken Coin”
Every Saturday Night
Wednesday and Friday
Don’t wait for bills-come along
any evening and we will
guarantee a good show