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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1916)
Motion Picture Notes
M ik a d o ’
Information o f Coming Attractions
Masonic Hall Coquille
T hursday, June 2 2
Played three times in Marshfield at 50
and 75 cents. The third house was the
Here for one night only at
the same price. As line a show as one
Will not be
would see in Portland,
presented in any other town in the
Benefit of Coquille Public Library
General Admission 50c
Reserued Seats 75c
Curtain At 8:30 p. m.
Seats on Sale at H, O. Anderson’s
Use Y O U R Phone
When we place the word “ your” in big capital letters it is
It means not to borrow your neighbor’ s telephone.
When you use another’ s telephone, you must not think that
you are not causing inconvenience merely because the sub
scriber says he does not care.
While you hold the wire, there may be several calls for the
line and “ busy” reports have to be made.
With good telephone service available for everyone at low
rates, there is no excuse for anybody to habitually borrow a
“ Neither a borrower nor.a lender b e.”
Coos and Curry Telephone Co.
Will Make Your Home
Not only will the bright glow of Klecttic Lights— on or off
at the twitch of a switch— add so much to the cheer of your
home, but the many other conveniences Electric Service
brings will make the whole family happy.
Every household task may be
performed better electrically
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No. 3 tirade
R. E. JOHNSON
P. A. comes to you with a real rea son for all the
goodness and satisfaction it offers. It is made by
a patented process that removes b ite and parch !
You can smoke it long and hard without a come
back! Prince Albert has always been sold without
coupons or premiums. W e prefer to give quality!
In an Expurgated Version of the famous
Native Hula Dance
With Dimond’r Hawaiian Sextet
Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette
enjoyment! And that flavor and fragrance and
coolness is as good as that sounds. P. A. just
a n sw ers th e u n iversal dem and fo r to b a cco
w ith ou t bite, pa rch o r k ick -b a ck !
Coming to the Scenic
Beeson Brothers’ Players, who were
here last year and closed the season for
the Grand theater by giving the last
performance before it was burned to
the ground, are again on the circuit and
will appear at the Scenic Thursday
evening. The dog and monkey perform
ers are still with the show, in larger
numbers, and the variety acts are all
new. Prices will be 15 and 25 cents.
in t o p p y r e d b a g » . S c ; tid y ra d
tin » . 1 0 c ; h a n d s o m e p o u n d ai d
h a lf-p o u n d tin h u m id o r » —a n d -
th a t c l e v e r c r y e ta l- g !a » » p o u n d
h u m id o r w ith e p o n g e -m o i e te m r
t o p th a t k e e p » t h e t o b a c c o in much
s p le n d id c o n d itio n .
On Wednesday evening “ A Trip to
the Garden o f Allah” will be presented.
This is a scenic picture taken on the
ground described in the great story of
which every one has heard, and will be
most interesting to those who have
read the story and to any one else who
has not time to go and personally pene
trate the desert o f Sahara for five hun
dred miles to witness the scenes shown.
oline found a car stranded by the road
side and bribed a gallon o f gasoline
from the owner. Arriving at the car
A couple o f fishermen left this place at
the gasoline was poured in the tank.
4 :30 Sunday morning headed for Cherry
While engaged in doing this the driver
creek on a fishing trip.
noticed that the entire casing was gone
miles o f the distance had been cover-
1 from the hind wheel.
A fter cranking
ed when trouble developed in the car- ,
! for a half an hour the car was again
borator, which caused a large part o f ___ „__ , , .
. me- persuaded t o continue t h e journey
the supply o f gasoline to leak out. This ,. ____
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e homeward. Not having enough gaso-
trouble was fixed. Just before reach- ..__..
line it was out ot the questien to turn
ing the fishing grounds a blow-out oc
. . . . . .
back in search of the missing tire. Hav
curred in a hind tire. This was doctor
ing a high power rifle along, which he
ed up and the stream was reached. The
wished to test out, one o f the adventur
fish began biting fine. An extra large
ers alighted from the car, climbed a hill
one was hooked by one o f the fishermen
and after placing a mark on a stump,
which broke the tip o f his rod.
banged away. The back action o f the
| the same instant the other one met
gun flew open and the heavy top bolt
with the lame disaster. Tne rods were
missed his eye by a very narrow mar
patched up with considerable difficulty
gin. Well satisfied with the day’s en
and the fishing resumed. With a well
joyment the party continued the home
filled basket they set out for home.
ward journey on three tires and a steel
The fan belt broke in two before a
great distance had been covered and
Today the male member o f the expe
considerable time was spent mending
dition has a lame back, caused from
it. By the time a half dozen more miles
. . .
. .. .*
, . cranking, cut fingers, blistered hands
hail been covered the tire again explod* . .
XT . .
ancl the lady has been so blame tired
i*d. Not stopping to fix it, the inner .
* i a i
®he hasn t got caught up with her
tube was taken out, leaving the casing
housework as a result o f the trip.
to protect the rim. Not many miles had
been covered before the car stopped. Should Save Big Money
and an investigation showed the gaso-
To Oregon School Patrons
line tank to be dry. Whereat one of
the party was detailed to walk a mile
down the road with a bucket in pursuit
There is no convincing reason, so
o f the Rockerfeller product, while his far as we know, why the State of
better half stayed in the ear to protect
Oregon should not print its own
the haaket of fiah from unsuccessful
fishermen and other menaces. A fter textbooks tor the public sell«ol-t
a mile's walk the one in pursuit of gss The Salem Commercial Club tnem-
Introduction to Prince Albert isn’t any harder
than to walk into the nearest place that sells
tobacco and ask for “a supply o f P. A .” You pay
out a little change, to be sure, but it’s the cheer-
fullest investment you ever made!
F r in g e
K J. Reynold* Tobacco Co., Win»ton-Salem, N. C.
Use Before June 27
A Sample Outing
One and T w o
O U may live to
be 110 and never
feel old enough to
vote, but it’s cer
tain-sure you’ll not
know the joy and
contentment o f a
friendly old jimmy
pipe or a hand rolled
cigarette unless you get on talking-terms
with Prince Albert tobacco!
On Admissions to Scenic Theater
OREGON P O W E R CO.
The report that Paramount pictures
hers seem to favor such an enter
were to be shown here was premature,
as the exchange refused to ratify the prise, and their estimale that it
contract made with the Scenic by its would save some 50 per cent of the
representative, the real reason appar cost of school books is pet haps not
ently being that the price agreed upon far from correct. Certainly theie
did not look big enough. Negotiations
The principals in ‘ ‘The Garden are now in progress for another service should be a substantial saving, for
ol Allan” company saw the scenes which will probably be more popular the profits from the sale of school
bocks are very large aud they are
in which they have been appearing here.
For a limited time, the Herald will
all season and the Arabian contin publish in each issue a coupon which increased by those lrequent changes
gent had home scenes brought be will be good for five cents on admission which pressure from outside pub
fore them at the Century Theatre to the Scenic, if used within a week a f lishers forces upon the schools.—
yesterday morning wheu J Parker ter the date o f the issue in which it ap Portland Journal
Read, Jr., showed for the first time pears. These will be good for their face In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
on any evening, no matter what the
the 3000 feet ol films which he
price ot admission, or who brings them.
brought back Friday from the. actu Watch for these coupons and use them,
Agne W. Johnson,Plaintiff, 'i Suit in
al scenes and life surrounding the with the compliments o f the Herald.
[ equity for
Garden of Allah in the Algerian
part ol the Sahara desert. There Biskra, 150 miles further in the
To Alverda Johnson, the above nam
were many invited guests at the ex desett. This is 400 miles inland
hibition, among them a large num from the Mediterranean and is the
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
You are hereby notified
ber of New York Arabians.
location of the garden owned b.v OREGON:
that you are required to appear and
"Manazr jemelet!” (how beauti Count Landon of France, which is answer the complaint filed against you
the above entitled suit, within six
ful the scene) and ‘‘Cehine nazart the original Garden of Allah.
weeks from the date o f tfie first publi
beati!” (I see my hou 9 e) came at paid the French Government $100,- cation o f this summons, to-w it on or
frequent intervals from the delight 000 to have the waters from three before the 18th day of July 1916, the
last day o f the publication o f this sum
oases diverted to his garden which mons, and if you fail to appear and
on or before said date, for want
The pictures were excellent and is converted into a green spot in the answer
thereof the plaintiff will apply to the
very lealistic. They were secured heart of the Sahara desert.
The court for the relief demanded in the
by Mr. Read in a two months visit pictures will be exhibited over the complaint, a succinct statement o f
which is as follows, to-w it: fo ra decree
to El Kantara, Algeria, known as country as “ A Trip to the Garden o f the court dissolving the marriage
existing between the plaintiff
the Gateway to the Sahara, and of Allah.” — New Yotk Sun.
and the defendant.
Service o f this summons is made by
publication in pursuance o f an order by
CUT T H IS OUT
the Hon. James Watson, Judge o f the
county court of the state o f Oregon,
made the 22nd day o f May 1916, direct
ing the publication thereof in the Co
quille Herald, for a period o f six weeks,
Commencing on the 23rd day o f May
1916, and the last publication on the
18th day o f July 1916.
W ALTER SINCLAIR,
Attorney for Plaintiff, Coquille, Ore
I’ hone us today for full particulars. Don’ t delay
until the rush has started.
There is hardly a person in Amer
ica who has not read or heard of
Mr. Robert Hitcbin’s famous hook,
‘ ‘The Garden ol Allah,” of which
there were over a million and a
quarter copies sold. The Liebler
Co. staged this wonderlul produc
tion at the Century Theatre, N Y.
C. America’s $5,000,000 playhouse,
at a cost of over $200,000. It cre
ated a wonderful sensation and the
dramatic critics rightly called it
"The E i g h t h Wonder of the
Mr. J P. Read, Jr., of New York
secured the permission and co-oper
ation of the Liebler Co. to go to the
Desert of Sahara in Africa, where
the real Garden ol Allah is located,
so as to secury in motiou pictures
the original scenes and native char
acters around which the hook and
play were written. 1 his necessitat
ed his traveling over 10.000 miles
by steamers and autos to secure this
one leature film He was accom
panied by his moving picture oper
ator, guides, etc., and in many cases
used caravans of camels to secure
the proper effect. The result was
that be was able to obtain over six
ty wonderlul scenes, many of which
it was impossible to produce iu the
The strange and myste ious at
mosphere of these desert scenes
leaves one with such a vivid im
pression, that once seen, this pic
ture will never he lorgotten, and it
is uow possible to witness in a short
time these wonderful scenes and in
cidents which took months of trav
eling and thousands of dollars tose
This Coupon will be accepted as
Our Special Inducements for Wiring
into the sport of
By removing all drudgery, unpleasant tasks and disagreeable work
Electric Service brings perpetual sunshine into the home.
And now comes the big opportunity to have Electric Service in
“ Wire Your Horne” Month. March 15th to April
15th will bring you this com fort, if you will take advantage of
P. A . puts new joy
Trip to the Garden of Allah
Comic Opera in Two Acts by Gilbert and Sullivan
Large Cast— Beautiful Costumes
Scenery A Real Show
and Comment on Pictures
Copyright 1916 by R. J. Reynold* Tobacco Co.
R O U N D T R IP
Week End Fares
and other Southern Pacific Stations
Coos Bay Country
Fishing is good at many points. So is bathing
in the lakes. A week end trip
will benefit you.
On Sale— Saturday and Sunday
Return Limit—Monday following
Use these low round trip tickets on your
next outing or fishing trip in Coos coun
ty. Or you might spend a week end at
Ashland, “ Oregon’ s Famous S pa.”
Your local agent will be pleased to give you more complete
information or write
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent
YOUR P R O P O S I T I O N - AND OURS
We solicit your deposits, having in mind that if you need assist
ance at any time, it is our purpose to help you in so far as it is
consistent with sound hanking.
F IR S T
Notice to Creditors
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed ad
ministratrix of the estate o f Isaac N.
DeLong, deceased, and that all persons
having claims against said estate are
hereby notified that they are required
to present the same duly verified and
with the proper vouchers therefor, to
the undersigned at the office o f A. J.
Sherwood, in Coquille, Coos county,
Oregon, within six months from the
date o f this notice.
Dated this 23rd day o f May, 1916.
ANNIE D e LONG,
Administratrix of the Estate o f Isaac
N. DeLong, deceased.
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