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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1916)
A New Kodak
P ic tu re s
2 7 - 8 x 4 7 -8
A new size Kodak that
just fits the coat pocket—
yet makes the most pleas
ing landscape or single
Equipped with all new
features y e t moderately
A P ra y e r.
Worth Careful Thought
Do you read the label to know whether
your baking powder is made from cream
of tartar or, on the other hand, from alum
or phosphate ?
Royal Baking Powder is made from
cream of tartar, derived from grapes, and
adds to the food onlj wholesome qualities.
Other baking powders contain alum or
phosphate, both of mineral origin, and
used as substitutes for cream of tartar
because of their cheapness.
Never sacrifice quality and health ful
ness for low price.
ROYAL BAKING PO W DER CO.
Open wide tbe window» of our spir
it», O Lord, and till us full of light;
open wide the door of our heurts that
we muy receive and entertain thee
with all our powers of adoration and
love. Amen.—Chris lina G. Rossetti.
The Perfect Woman.
“Who ever saw a perfect man?"
asked an evangelist at a revival meet
ing. "There Is no such thing. Every
aiuii has his fuults, plenty of them.”
Of course no one had ever seen a per
fect man, and consequently the state
ment of the re
vivalist was re
ceived with si
lence. Tile revlv
"Who ever saw
a perfect wc m
At this Juncture
0 tall, thiu worn
"Du you mean
to say. madam."
th e evangelist
asked, "that you have seen a perfect
"Well. 1 can’t Just say that I have
seen her." the woman replied, "hut I
have heard a great dial about her—my
husband's first wife"
Mr». L. Mae Avery spent a couple of "Well, thank heaven." he said, ap
days on the bay last week.
preaching a sad looking mnn »ho sat
Mrs. Helen Harvey is a visitor in the hack In a corner. "Hint's over with."
Harry Tozier spent the week end on city today, on business as usual.
"I've danced with the hostess Have
the Bay visiting friends.
gone through with It yet?"
M. J. Hartson brought in a fine buck Rawleigh Quality Products you "No;
I don't need to I'm the host."
Highest in Quality; Lowest in Price
the last day of the season.
Ask Your Neighbor
Nick Johnson, the Norway postmas
ter, was a city visitor one day last
IO-IJJ-tf Mother (to Waited
Mrs. L. N. Gregory, who has been ill aften have I told you to stop before
Albert Bettys and Russell Sage, of for some time with tonsilitis, suffered a fighting and count up to a hundred?
Italic,vil Sou That's what I did. bu
McKinley brought in some beef cattle ' relapse Saturday evening and for Charlie
awhile was in a serious condition. She count ten Jones mother only told him ti
For Sale—Good seven-year old is now improving, though still confined
(earn, perfectly matched in color to her bed.
and weight; 1300 pounds each; to-! J. B. Lister, an old resident of Co
gether with good 3 -inch wagon and quille and at present of Hood River, is Ten Commandments
new set of harness Price $ 400 ! scheduled to begin a series of meetings
cash Inquire of Chas Walker, 1 at the Christian church Sunday night.
10 10 - 1 I The meetings will continue two weeks
KNOWLTON’S DRUG STORF Baxter
Don’t forget the big get-together and possibly longer.
First—AH advertising should be
(We Teach Kodakery) dinner at the W. O. W. hall Saturday, At the regular meeting of the Mason clear.
It ought to state just
and .don’t forget the basket.
ic lodge Saturday night, two candidates, what your business is and where
Mrs. Harry Sharkey underwent an ( Wm. Bettys and Fred Von Pegert, it is, giving your precise address.
operation last week and had her tonsils were initiated in the M. M. degree.
Second—Advertising should be
removed. Dr. V. L. Hamilton per After the business of the evening there reckoned
of your busi
was a “feed” and the meeting broke ness. It is as as a part
formed the operation.
necessary as the
GEO. E. RICHARDS
Miss Edith Willey, who is employed
sign over your door.
A ttorney at L aw
at the White House, went out to Fair- Stoves ! Stoves ! Stoves ! of all
M oney to L oan
Third—It should be regular
Office in Robinson Mein.
constant. People trade with
variety in town Tools of a’l kinds and
the election board.
the firm whose name is familiar
Mr. Dairyman, look here! The
them. The newspaper ought
and umbrellas to get fixed At to
f. S Townsend Creamery Co. of saws
Dr. C. W. ENDICOTT
to be your partner.
Portland is paying 37 c for No. 2
and Henry sts. Phone 401
Fourth—The newspaper, going
cream and 39 c lor No 1 , shipped First
Ollice ovi r First National Rank
social time was enjoyed at into the hands of the people, is
Phone Main 431
every 3 or 4 days. You can just as
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ste the best medium for advertising.
well get the 39 c. We pay twice a phens,
Saturday night, a surprise dance
Fifth- Advertising should be
10 - 17-41
being given to celebrate Miss Irma’s attractive. The most attractive
Mrs. Ed Brenner who was quite ill 17th birthday. She received several
you can put in it is some
G. EARL LOW. l/l. D.
several days last week, aas so far re gifts and tokens of remembrance. thing
thing that appeals to the self-
P hysician and surgeon
covered as to be able to be around Sandwiches, cake and coffee were interest
of the readers.
served at midnight.
Office over Farmers: & Merchants again.
brief. Don’t try to
The season is now closed on all up A herd of 130 head of beef cattle crowd all the
land birds, gray squirrels and deer. were driven through here yesterday, possible into the reading
The deer seem aware of the fact and going toward the bay. Some thirty for, so as to get youn money’s
Dr. G. W. LESLIE
the Falrview road every now and then. were in fine order. Some were destin worth.
Seventh—Be human. Make
Graduate of the American School
ed for Portland and the rest will be your
of Osteopathy of Kirksville, Mo.
advertisements as alive and
masticated on the Bay.
warm as you can. Don’t be too
Office in Eldorado Block
Church state that they will hold a fancy cold and precise.
Eighth—Tell the truth. When
RATES: One cent a word, each in work bazaar in the room adjoining the customers
come to your store do
Dr. R. H. HOPKINS
a little more for them than you
GOOD TEAM, wagon and harness Karnival, or until their stock is gone.
said you would in your announce
for sale. $200 if taken quick. A. T. Bolden returned Thursday after ment.
Laird Building - Coquille, Ore.
W. J. Langston.
Ninth—It i» the duly of all
spending several months in the state of
concerns to advertise.
W ANTED—Lady to keep house t Washington. He says that he had to honest
is the best way to crowd
for three adults. Rock Robison,! beat it for home so as to be here to That
10-31 2 tp j cast his ballot for Wilson. He says
Tenth—Advertising is neces
FOUND—Near the Catholic church and that not even one straw vote taken sary
all forms of business
shown a majority for Hughes. He which to appeal
spectacle case containing two pairs has
to the public.
Regular as the Clock
of glasses Owner may have predicts a Wilson landslide.
The newspaper is the street
same by identilyiug, and paying A new candidate appeared in the lo that
runs through the minds of
for this adv.
10 - 3 1 -tl
cal field yesterday afternoon, when the community.
Your nameplate .
STOCK AND DAIRY RANCH nomination for constable of this district ought to be on that street.
320 acres, 40 from the hands of a committee of citi
First-class fare or... ...
head of stock, good buildings. zens of all parties who desired to make
Up freight, per ton...
a little more interesting for H. W.
On main road near Norway. it Dunham,
name was the only one
T he Celebrated
Address W. R. Foote, Norway printed on whose
the ticket for that office.
E. & E. T. Kruse
24 California Street, San Francisco
FOR SA LE—Hack in good condi
tion, wdl carry two or three seats,! L i g h t a s C h a f f
Awarded Gold Medal
top. Inquire at Herald
10 17 -tt
P. P. 1. E. San Francisco, 1915
Ho Got His Interview.
J. E. NORTON
SMALL FARM or dairy ranch, The quick
strongest and nearest water- proof
wit of n traveling sales The
Agent, Coquille, Oregon
slocked—Wanted lo r e n t ou man was severely
made for Loggers, CruiserB,
one day. lie Shoes
shares by man of long experience, sent in his card to tested
Miners, Sportsmen and Workers.
the last five years in the Yakima large concern whose Inner offloo was M en’s Com fort Dress Shoes
valley, Washington. Best of ref
separated f r o m
the waiting room
erences. Address W. F. Ennis,
Strong Shoes for Boys
by a glass parti
care of the Herald
10-24 4 >p
tion. When the
WE NEED A SALESMAN IN
boy ha nded the
COOS COUNTY—Prospects are
card to the man.
ager the sales Shoe Manufacturing Co.
good for a splendid sale of our
man saw him Im
complete line of Iruit and orna
Portland, O regon
patiently tear the 621 T hurm an St
mental trees, roses and small
card In two and Ask for the Bergmann Waterproof
Iruits Write lor terms Cash
throw It In his shoe Oil.
advanced on orders. Albany
But laundry prices haue re
Wh e n t he
mained the same.
Bldg., Albany, Oregon. 10 - 17-41
that his chief
We have given the mat ¡SHOE REPA IRIN G —All kinds ed would with not the see message
him the sales), in told
ter of laundering years
of shoe repairing neatly done at the boy to go back and get tits card.
of careful study. We
reasonable prices. Prolong the The txi.v returned with a nickel and
lile of your shoes. C. PROCH the message that tbe card was torn up.
have kept persistently
Giving him another card, the man said
at the task to produce . NOW, Front s:reet. to-to tl coolly:
work that was free from | FOR SALE—Good seven-year-old "Go back and tell your boss that I
BEFORE YOU SEE
harsh methods. We have
team, perfectly matched in color lie got his Interview and sold bis
succeeded. Our wash and
weight; 1300 pounds each; goods.—Country Gentleman.
together with good 3 -inch »agon
ing process has recently
and new set of harness Price
been improved. Proper $400
of Chas. Tbe class Promptly
washing is the founda Walker, cash. Baxter Inquire
In history had been called
10 to-tf and the teacher
asked her young pu
tion upon which is budd
bow many wars England bad
ed the art of successful F O R S A L E — New typewriter,latest pils
fought with Spain.
model, with many new and at
Laundering. Satisfac tractive
"Six,” one little miss promptly re
tion guaranteed or mon ten years, features.
"Six." repeated the teacher. "Enu
• BEATING# B A C K #
price $ 5 7 5 0 . easy
ey back. : : : : : terms if desired—
terms as low as merate them, pleaae.”
"One, two. three, four, five, six.” said
$ 2 50 per month. Inquire at the
COQlilLLE LAUNDRY ilC t CO. Herald office
io-io-tf the little girl with cheerful confidence.
Let us Dem on
strate its Possibil
K o r n K a r n iv a l
Presents a splendid opportunity to the out-of-town
visitors. Make this store your headquarters and buy
your winter’s supply of Dry Goods and Clothing at our
Closing Out Sale
Here Are Just a Few Sample Bargains
$9.00 red sole rubber boots___$7.63
$5.00 Nemo Corsets
7.00 red sole rubber boots
6.50 red sole rubber boots___ 4.25
6.00 short red sole rubber boots 4.39
7.50 long red sole rubber boots 6.49
4.00 Nemo Corsets
3.50 Nemo Corsets
2.00 Nemo Corsets
Ladies’, children’s and men’s
rubbers all new stock, each
$2.50 men’s caps
2.25 men’s caps
2.00 men’s caps_____
1.50 men’s caps
1.25 men’s caps..
20-cent and 2 for 35 cents men’s
collars_______________ 3 for 25c
$9.00 loggers’ shoes.. . . . . $7.19
Plenty of Time to Shop During Forenoon
day to each
part of town
from 1 to 5
Lyons & Jones
“Where Your Dollar Does Double Duly’’
NO T R O U B L E TO S H O W G O O D S
S ie e p w a iK in g .
Somnambulism lias been a mystery
and a matter of discussion to tbe med
ical profession since tbe dayB of tbe
ancients. They knew as well us we
all now know that tbere Is such a
tiling ns somnambulism, or walking In
tbe sleep. They attempted to explain
It Just as modern medical science has
been endeavoring to explain tt ever
since. But as It was then so it Is now.
Tbere are so many explanations that
even tbe physician 1 b puzzled to decide
which to accept
Coos Bay Limited
Notice to Creditors
California State Capital
Notice is hereby given that 1, C. R.
Barrow, have been duly appointed As
signee of the estate of the Recorder
Publishing Company of Bandon, Oregon,
and in pursuance of an order of the
Hon. G. F. Skipworth, Judge of the
Circuit Court of the County of Coos and
State of Oregon, notice is hereby given
to all persons having claims against
said Recorder Publishing Company,
lately doing business in the City of
Bandon, to present the same with the
vouchers thereof duly verified, to the '
undersigned, C. R. Barrow, who has
been duly appointed assignee of sa..’
Recorder Publishing Company, for the
benefit of their creditors, at his office
in the Robinson building, in the City of
Coquille, on or before the 30th day of
First publication, September 26th,
1916. Last publication, November 7th,
C. R. BARROW,
Connects at Eugene
with new train for
Only one ningt enroute
Excellent connections made at
Sacremento or San Francisco for
all Eastern and Southern points.
Our Agents know. Ask them.
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent
is hereby given, That by vir
Bergmann Shoe tue the Notice
of an execution duly issued out of Southern Pacific Lines
Circuit Court of the State of Ore
Supplies are high
Machinery is high
Overhead is high
D O N ’T
Sheriffs Sale of Real Property on Foreclosure
gon, for the county of Coos and to me
directed on the 9th day of October 1918
upon a judgment and decree duly ren
dered, entered of record and docketed
in and by said Court on the 16th day of
September 1916 in a certain suit then
in said Court pending, wherein L. B.
Fetter was plaintiff and Mary Awilda
Clark, a widow, and Claude L. Kidder,
were defendants in favor of plaintiff
and against said defendants by which
execution I am commanded to sell the
property in 3aid execution and herein
after described to pay the sum due the
plaintiff of Seven hundred ninety-three
and no-100 Dollars, with interest there
on at the rate of 10 per cent, per annum
from the 16th day of September 1916
until paid .ogether with the costs and
disbursements of said suit taxed at One
hundred nineteen and 50-100 Dollars
and costs and expenses of said execu
tion. I will on Saturday the 25th day
of November, 1916, at the hour of ten
o’clock a. m. of said day at the front
duor of the County Court House in Co
quille, Coos County, Oregon, sell at
public auction to the highest bidder for
cash in hand on the day of sale, all the
right, title, interest and estate which
said defendants Mary Awilda Clark and
Claude L. Kidder, and all persons
claiming under them subsequent to the
plaintiff's mortgage lien in, of and to
said real property, said mortgaged pre
mises hereinbefore mentioned are des
cribed in said execution as follows, to-
The west half of lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
and 6 in block 69, Coquille City. (Not-
ley’s Addition:, Coos County. Oregon,
according to the recorded plat of said
addition on file and of record in the
office of the County Clerk of Coos
County, Oregon, said sale being made
subject to redemption in the manner
17th dav of October, 1916.
ALFRED JOHNSON, Jr.,
Sheriff of Coos County, Oregon.
INCOME and OUTLAY
One Bide of your Pass Book will show all the money you have
received. The other side will show all you have paid out, and
the cancelled checks are your receipts.
This fine arrangement is yours if you will open your check ac
Your account will be given careful and considerate attention.
F I R S T CAPITAL
N A and T SURPLUS
I O N A *60,000.00
A. J. SHERWOOD, President
R. E. SHINE, Vice President
L. H. HAZARD, Cashier
O. C. SANFORD, Asst. Cashier
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