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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1917)
Feed Dr. Hess Poultry
Fresh milk at L> oas & Junes.
Henry Flier, of E ugene, w e
caller here Wednesday
Makes Poultry Healthy. Makes Hens Lay.
Makes Chicks Grow.
Now that mating time has arrived, it’s up to you
to see that your poultry get a tonic and internal anti
septics to make them vigorous and free of disease.
Therefore, feed Pan-a-ce-a
In that condition your hens will lay better, you
will get more healthy, fertile eggs and the chick will
stand a better show of reaching maturity.
Therefore, feed Pan-a-ce-a
And, before the hatches come, I want to warn
you against gapes, leg weakness and indigestion, for
these ailments are responsible for half the baby-
Therefore, feed Pan-a-ce-a
—It will save you these losses.
Cash wholesale prices on Flour, the Coos and Curry Telephone Co.
Feed and Hay at Collier Ware -1 w a. in town troui MarshfieldJoday.
N. N Moon, of ttie firm of Moon
M. T. Ciiutcu was down trum f c O idley, was over Irom tne Bay
Norway on business the last of
| yesterday attending to business
connected with his taxes,
J P. Beyers, county assessor,
Mjss Christina McIntosh left this
was working at Myrtle Point last morning for Portland.
Morrisey is acting as chief operator
Diamond F Flour at $ 2 per sa c k .! at the telephone exchange during
I.yons & Jones.
Two autoists were fined $5 each
T he faculty lectures on Monday
last Monday for exceeding the morning at the- high school are
coming to be the eujoyable features
Go to the White House for the ¡o lth e week,
latest novelties in silks, palm beach 1 Mr. Gary spoke very interestingly
cloth, etc., First Nat. Bank Bldg.
on "B irds.”
Z C. S u an g deputy assessor.! Cash wholesale prices on Flour
was working in the neighborhood j Feed and Hay at Collier W’are-
of Remote last week.
25 cent, 50 cent, and $1 packages
J. F inley, of the Fishtrap con • t v.
Jos W ildey, who is employed at
was in town Friday attending to ¡Beaver H ill, has purchased three
adjoining lu.s of ihose which are
J. A Enslee and wife lift, the being offered by the Coquille Land
middle of last week, lor Montague, company, near the park, and will
put in a garden at once and also
Cal , where they will reside.
a dw elling for his family.
Wednesday, March 28 is the date
of the spring millinery opening ut
W. E. Cleghorn returned Wed
Mrs M N osler’s.
nesday from an extended stay in
The seniors and faculty of the Fresno, Calif., where he went with
high school cut another delicious Mrs. Cleghorn tor the benefit of the
cake last Friday in honor ot the latter’s health.
Mrs. Cleghorn is
birthday oi Mr. Noblet.
still in California although she has
J. S Locke and son Shirley de greatly improved in health.
parted last week for Granada, Cal.,
Since the first page was on the
where they will ply their trade as
press we have learned that Paul
Gary aud Mrs. Gary did not get
New spring garments are arriv away today lor Salem , and that
ing dally at the W hite H ouse, First
Earl Nosier, member ot the Third
Nat. Bank Building.
Iulantry Band of the O. N . G left
Lawrence Rackleff began the
this morning lor Clackamas.
manufacture of cheese in the Myr-
W A Darling was in town last
tlew iod cheese factory up the river
night on a business visit.
Frank M cMullen, applicant for
the postmastership at Denmark, prospering nicely, and that he is
Curry county, took the civil ser closing out the stock of groceries
vice exam ination at the local post that he has been carrying, to de
vote all his time to the restaurant.
(The Rexall Store)
We carry tin 99 coffee that was
-o favorably Demonstrated at the
Crescent booth at the Kotn K am i
e n t is t
Office over First National Back
Phone Main 4SI
A lso a lull liue of Crescent goods.
* * *
G. EARL LOW. M. D.
h y s ic ia n
a n d
su r g eo n
Office over Farmers & Merchants
E verything hi this liue guaran
teed, and your money back if it is
not what it is represented to be.
* « •
Dr. G. W. LESLIE
O S T E O P A T H IC P H Y S IC IA N
Graduate of the American S'-heol
of Osteopathy of Kirksville, Mo.
Office in Eldorado Block
a n d Bandon
E. & E. T. Kruse
2 4 C a lifo rn ia S tr e e t, S a n F ra n c is c o
D on’t be afraid to tty it.
. . .
We also have the famous Royal
j Club line of canned goods, nothing
j better, and the prices right.
H. M Shaw , M. D., eye, ear,
At the old stand vacated by the nose and throat specialist, ol Marsh
field, will be at Baxter H otel, Co-
Model Grocery. *
quille, on W ednesday, April n t h .
3 - 27-21
HAIR BALSAM I
A t o i le t p r e p a r a tio n o f m e rit.
H e lp s to e r a d ic a te ' d a n d ru ff. 1
For R esto rin g C o lo r a nd .
church of this city, has resigned
P a a u ty to G ra y o r F aded H a ir i
60c. a n d <1.00 a t D ru g g ists.
his pastorate on account of his
JINDERCORNS R em o v es Corns, Cal
wile’s health and expects to leave
lo u ses, e t c . , s to p s a l l p a in , e n s u r e s c o m fo r t t o the
fe e t, m a k e s w a lk in g ea sy . IDe. b y m a il o r a t Drug»
for California this week.
iris ts. Uiscox Chemical Works, Patchoguo. N. ¥ .
Use Commercial Fertilizer for
your gardens. I have Nitrate of
Soda, Superphosphate. Land Plas
ter and other Special Brands
The revival services, conducted
by Rev H am ilton, of Portland, and
the pastors of the M. E ., M. E.
South and Presbyterian churches of
this city, are now being held at the
You can buy a good sack ol flour M. E. church, South, instead of the
for $ 2 per sack at Lyons & Jones. Masonic ball, which was not warm
Diamond F' Brand.
enough for comlort during the cold
An enjoyable dance was given by weather last week.
the Y oung Men’s Dancing Club at
Mrs. Roy Wernich left for her
the Co-Keel Klub hall Friday even home in Portland yesterday, after
Mrs. John Treichler acted as visiting in the county tor several
days. She spent Friday and Sat
When a man resorts to the use of urday ¡ d this city and then went to
poison to kill harmless dogs, his the Bav where she formerly made
case shjuld be looked into.
The her home for several years. Mr.
propet place for him is behind iron Wernich remains to look after his
interests in this section.
F o r R e s e rv a tio n »
J. E. NORTON
RATES: One cent a word, each in
sertion. No charge less than 15 cents'
A g e n t, C o q u ille , O re g o n
can get rid of the hard
est and most disagree
able part of the week's
w o r k by sending the
wash to us.
If it can be washed we
can do it.
GOQMLLE LAUNDRY 811,t CO.
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1*11 In in R«*d and («old metallic'
boxes, sealed with Blue Ribbon.
T a k e no o th e r. lin y o f y m
n u i r v ^
D r .i e a l - t . Ask for C I I I .< lib * * .T F I T S
D IA M O N D IlK A N D P I L L S for « 5
years known as Best, Safest, Always Reliable
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SOIDBY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHEP'
A w arded Gold Medal
P . P . I. E. San Francisco, 1915
The strongest and nearest water proof
Shoes made for Loggers, Cruisers,
Miners, Sportsmen and Workers.
Men’s C o m f o r t D r e s s S h o e s
S tron g S h o e s fo r B o y s
Shoe Manufac’urng Co.
321 T h u rm an S t
Regular as the Clock
First-class fare or...
Up freight, per on
T he price is ltss but the goods
I aie better.
V . K. Wilson and daughter vts-
a ited lelativcs at Mar.-bfitlil during
Miss M aide Alhee, i f Arago,
p^ul Skeels has returned Irom
was shopping here Friday.
the Willamette valley, where he has
J. A Young, of Fishtrap is visit- been for some time past,
ing relatives here thts week.
J. E Mon,Koraery manager of
A Tonic—Not a Stimulant
Dr. C. 1
-Bota Tu the wife uf Cbas Man
sell, a daughter, estimated to weigh
P o r tla n d , O re g o n
\sk f r the Korgrrn n Wat-rpiouf
SE C O N D H A N D Furniture want
H ighest cash price paid for
all kinds ol second hand goods.
We buy, sell or trade anything.
11 you want bargains call on us.
II you have anything to sell or
exchange go to O C. Jensen’s
second hand store on Ft ont si reet.
We carry all kinds ot second
hand furniture, stoves, ranges,
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blankets, quilts, tools, harness,
Lyons & Jones carry Coos Bay,
etc. Phone 793 .
Holsum and Tip Top Bread, arrives
Iresb each day.
I will pay Five Dollars reward for
W A N T E D — Second bend furni
Hundreds of ducks are reported information that will lead to the arrest
ture. Highest piices paid. Co
and conviction of the party who stole
quille Furnitute Co.
to be taking the ranchers’ grass the framed portrait of Billie Burke
crops in the Fishtrap country, and from the lobby of the Scenic theater
P. C. LEVAR.
W A N T E D -Work; will do house
keeping, cooking or chamber it is said that some of the ranchers
have resorted to their shot guns to
Inquire at this office.
protect their crops.
FOR S A L E — l 6 > acres ol timber —
John Aasen was the happiest
1 , 000,000 feet ol red cedar and
I will pay Five Dollars reward for
3 , 000 n o o feet ef fir.
Price g ->c man in town Saturday morning information
that will lead to the arrest
pci thousand; located lour miles « hen lie received word that Middle and conviction of the party who robbed
Address Ben L- creek had raised high
j the Scenic box office of a sum of money
enou° n IO) mostly in nickels, on the evening of
Sm alley. Aragn, Ote.
float several thousands of his logs | February 21st.
P. C. LEVAR.
FOR S A L E Wood for sale, tail out.
I I 2 1 -if I
Rawleigh Quality Products
S H O E R E P A I R I N G — All kindsj Highest in Quality; Lowest in Price! I will pay five dollars for informa-
ol shoe repairing neatly done ai j
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I Hon that will lead to the arrest and
ASK lo u r Ixeignbor
conviction of anyone wilfully injuring
to - 17 -tf or molesting the posters or lobby dis-
li!e ol your shoe .
C. PROCH |
! play of the Scenic theater.
N O W . Front street.
io- !o tli
p. C. LEVAR.
______-_______ — ---------------------.-- 1 Mrs Ed Aasen and little daugh j
O L D NF.W SP \ P E K 8 — Ch np .t ihe j
Chamberlain*. Cough Remedy a Favorite
who has been visiting Mrs Aasen
H*»» . Id o ftie
for some weeks, enjoyed a visit
J. L. Easley, Macon. 111., in speaking
at the Geo W. Norris home at of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy says,
D e sp o n d e n c y D u e to C o n stip a tio n
“ During the past fifteen years it has
Women often become nervous nda P orview Iasi weak
been my sister’s favorite medicine for
despondent. When this is due to con
stipation it is easily corrected by taking
T R A P P E R S —If you have Furs colds on the lungs. I myself have tak
an occasional dose of Chamberlain’s (or sale let me make you a price lie- en it a number of times when Buffering
with a cold and it always relieved me
Tablets. Th se tablets are easy to fo-e you ship.
take and pleasant in effect.
Geo T Moulton.
Notice to Creditors
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned bv order of the County Court
for Coos County, Oregon, has been duly
appointed exteutrix of the laat will anil
testament and of the estate of Adam
Per-fhaker, deceased; and that all per
son, h iving claims against said estate
are h rtby required to present the
same duly verified and with the proper
vouchers then for, to the undersigned
at the office of A. J. Sherwood in Co-
quille, Coos county, Oregon, within six
I months from the date of this notice
Dated this 19th day of March. 1917.
AIM EE l-AHY.
>fle laO will and test«,
.1 'be estate of A :arr P -rsh-
I b a k s-r, d e c e a s e d .
3 -g u -o t
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A . Robinson
re < nrned Thursday evening from a
itelightlul tour of California cover-
ing a period of nearlv two months
They went as far south as Tia
Jnn;a. M exico, and took in the
hi use races.
Everyone play« the
p< nies there and the bookmakers’
stands are thronged with better«
from the start to the finish of the
ra-cs. They also visaed Universal
C 1 ' ■ ' at I -.aw dov m VItig pictures
are u k - o .
Attractive Draping Requires
T he finishing touch to any home is
the draperies. T he cheer and comfort
of the rooms are lackii g with barren or
poorly draped windows. You should,
therefore, give your windows very care
ful thought in planning the decorations
of your home.
Most women appreciate the impor
tance of buying good draperies, but
they overlook the fact that the curtain
rod may either mar or enhance the ef
fect desired. A cheap flimsy rod has
no place in the modern home, and as
the housewives realize this fact more
fully, they turn to the Kirsch Flat Rod
as the perfect curtain rod.
You want curtain rods to go up eas
ily, and you want them to stay up. You
want them to come down easily, but
not accidentally. You get all of these
COQUILLE FURNITURE CO.
M. J. Hartson, Proprietor
To Live in New York
Just what it costs to live in comfort
and enjoyment in New York is told in a
letter to a friend here by Major Charles
E. Stanton, well known in Portland
from his connection with the quarter
master’s department of the United
States army. Three winters ago Ma
jor Stanton was stationed here for the \
second time, and later accompanied Col
onel Hamilton S. Wallace, now chief
quartermaster in Portland, in serving
on a board of examiners in this city.
” We are quartered at a well known
hotel, and for two rooms with bath are
charged $90 a month,” says Major
Stanton's letter. “If the place were
cozy, clean and comfortable I might
stand this charge with some degree of
equanimity, although I am on record in
saying this is too much money for sleep
ing, individually or collectively. But
the carpets are dirty, the furniture
rickety, the chairs and couches spring
less. When I made a roar to the man
ager he told me the hotel had a wait
ing list, which is true. There has not
been a vacant room in a first-class ho
tel in New York since August, 1915.
“Table d’hote dinners are *2 and up,
mostly up, and a poor feed at that.
Any vegetable in a good restaurant is
60 cents a portion; fish, 90 cents; mut
ton chop, $1.15; steak and lobsters,
$2.50 and $3. Of course, table d’hote
dinners can be had for 50 cents, but
God help you if called upon to eat one.
I know, for I tried it—once.
“Tickets to a good show are $4 to $ 6 ,
while Caruso at the Metropolitan costs
$30 a seat, gallery space being $10.
“The people are crazed with money,
but the only Napoleons of finance I
have met are the head waiters. They
make Captain Kidd in his palmiest days
look like an infant in Bwaddling clothes.
The chef d’ouvre, meaning ‘cover
charge, ’ gets you when you take a lady
to the crystal room at the Ritz Carlton,
the palm room at the Biltmore and kin
dred places, and order tea or other re
freshments. The price of a drink is 50
cents each; ‘cover charge,' $1 each. So
a drink for two persons costs $3 each
without a tip, which cannot be over
looked. It is a merry whirl, and you
cannot get into these places at the
prices I mention unless you ease a yel
low-backed bill to the head captain.”—
Our Prices Are
Always the Same
The following charges cover work on cars driven into the shop:
Overhaul front axle including rebushing of springs and perches
when necessary, straightening of parts, and lining up and
adjusting of wheels
Rebush spindle bodies and arms—each side— .... ........................... .. 1.50
Replace or straig h ten front axle (no other repairs)
Rehush spindle body, each
Rebush spindle arm, each
Replace broken off radius rod hall cap stud
Replace front spring tie bolt or new leaf including polishing and
graphiting of leaves; or remove shock absorbers installing
standard material and graphiting leaves....................
Replace front spring or tie bolt only..................................................
Tighten radiuB rod or steering gear ball cap ............................................ 60
Replace radius rod.......................................................................................... 75
Straighten front radius rod and line up front assembly .... ............
Replace spindle arm or body and line up assembly
Replace radius rod ball cap with new style
Tighten all sockets and joints of front end........................................ 1.25
Replace or straighten spindle or steering gear connecting rod.....
Gardner & Larsen
A telephone is the best safeguard in an
emergency. When minutes count the
telephone brings instant aid. You can
not be alone in a house with a telephone.
Write or phone for details.
Coos and Curry Telephone Co.
The life of every man Is a diary In
which he means to write one story and
After Clover Seed Pests
Insects that slow up the clover seed
production industry of Oregon are un
der special investigation by specialists
of the O. A. C. Experiment Station at
Corvallis. G. F. Mcznette, of the de
partment of Entomology, has had these
pests under observation for some time.
He is now planning to visit the princi
pal clover districts of the State within
a short time and advise with the grow
ers as to practices which will reduce
the losses due to the attack of this in
sect on the valuable clover crop.
A Bilious Attack
When you have a bilious attack your
liver fails to perform its functions.
You become constipated. The food
you eat ferments in your stomach in
stead of digesting. This inflames the
stomach and causes nausea, vomiting
and a terrible headache. Take Cham
berlain’s Tablets. They will tone up
your liver, clean out your stomach and
you will soon be as well as ever. They
Notice of Final Settlement
Notice is hereby given that the un- only cost a quarter.
dersigned has filed his final account in
the matter of the administration of the
Sheriff’t Office Robbed
e?u te ?f Dl rius G- N*a,‘ deceased, and
that the County Court for Coos
County, Oregon, has set Wednesday,
Roseburg. Msrch 26.—The vault in
M*e Hth day of April 1917 as the day,
and the County Court Room in tne the tax collecting department of the
County Courthouse in the City of Co- sheriff's office was robbed of $ 200 , it
quille, Coos County,
place for hearing objections to said final, was discovered this morning. The
account and the settlement of said es- combination dial was knocked off and
the lock broken. The treasurer’s vault
day of March, 1917.
Dated this 7th da
was opened, hut the money was un
A. J I. SHERWOOD,
touched. A revolver was taken from
Administrator with the will annexed
of the estate of Dariua G. Neal, be” the treaaurer'a vault. No clue ia found
to the robbery aa yet .
things in Kirsch Flat Rods.
You do not want your draperies to
sag at the center, and they won’t if you
get Kirsch Flat Rods.
You don’t like to see a rod all turned
black and tarnished. Your rods will
stay like new if you get Kirsch Flat
Knobs and brackets showing gaudily
at the side of your draperies are out of
style. W ith the Kirsch Flat Rod all
brackets are concealed. Nothing shows,
as the curved ends permit graceful drap
ing clear to the casing.
You can have any drapery effect de
sired from a single pair of curtains to
elaborate overdrapes and valances, at a
reasonable cost— as Kirsch Flat Rods
are sold at popular prices.
Costs no more than the common rod.
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