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About Coquille City herald. (Coquille City, Or.) 188?-1904 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 17, 1903)
Valentines at Kanemutz's
Onion sets at Kanemntz’s.
Onion sets nnd garden seeds st
Canned pineapples at Lynns'
Snow Flake floor at Perry’s
Good weather still continues nt
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Cessna, of
L O C A L ITEM S.
Try the canned nspnragns
Disc nud spring.tooth harrows at
Riverton, were in town shopping the Academy. ■ Good work is still
being done in all departments.
Order Peart’s coal.
| Miss R oseM ulk iy is taking a
A farm to lease fo. 6 years. Ap
Ladies’ bats below cost at Mrs,
W, W. Short, representing the | Ijtt|e lliy.off tl)ill w% k. sh e has
Bay a Hiuze piano.
ply at this office.
Wheeler & Wilsou sewing machine, taught almost iuceesanlly for four
Kribs sells the Oliver plow.
Mackintoshes and rab!>ers at
Just received nt Kuowlton’s, s is iu towu.
For good apples go to Drane.
large stock of grass seeds.
For the best of fresh standard
Fins‘Watch and Jewelry Repairing.
The Bellnni family leave ns to
Buy your gardnu tools at Kribs’.
Many different kinds o f fine
H. C. Dorris, of Fishtrap, greet patent medicines go to the New day. We are 6nrry to lose them as
Sour pickles iu bulk at Lyons’ apples at Diane's.
ed friends in town yesterday.
they are well-behaved, industrious
New goods at Perry’s this w#ok.
Writing tablets, pens, pencils,
The prices will surprise you ou students.
Wall paperat the Furniture Store.
men and boys clothing at tbe
At the teachers’ examination lubt
If your scissors are dull, take winter goods at the Emporium.
Rev. Stunner, of Myrtle Point, is
week three oat o f four of onr young
them to McDonald, the barber.
R. 8. Knowlton keeps Inter
A. N. Gould, deputy surveyor of people passed with good grades.
Mrs. C A. Gage is slightly un national Stock and Poultry Food.
Coal from Peart’s mine is on der tbe weather the last day or so.
Alleghany, registered at Hotel Co The one who failed had not
For first-olass hay, for horses or quille Sunday.
thought of taking the ^examination
tbe market again.
until a short time before the exam
Highest market prioe paid for cattle, apply to John Fox, jr., Co
Full stock of grass needs at chickens at JohnaoD Dean <fc Co.’s quille.
B orn .— At Libby, Oregon, Feb ination and hence had not taken
ruary 10, 1903, to Mr. and Mrs. advantage of the reviews and the
Knowlton’s drug store.
A uew line of clothing at the
of Marshfield, Ed Gilkey, a son.
Three papers of garden seeds for Emporium. Call and price them. passed through to the Point yes
Knowlton has receiyed his slock
We hope by uext week to an
10 cents at Knowlton’s.
J. W. Savacool paid North Beud terday.
of fresh garden seeds.
Farmers nounce the time of our entertain
Archie Stewart was up from a visit yesterday and relumed to
Albert Fish moved
with his houid make a note of this.
ment. We shall try to make it au
Riyerton on Saturday.
family from Bandon to North Bend
enjoyable affair worthy of patron
S. M. Nosler’s creamery will pay Inst week.
Tbe Emporium is closing cut its
age. The proceedsjwill go toward
30 cents for butter-fat the balance
Peas, apply to W, H. Schroedor or
stock of rope, nails, and Haws.
For fine cigars go to the New
the purchuse of a piano for the
of this month.
Frank Humner, Arago, OregoD.
Drug Store, Dr. G. A. Churchman,
Knowlton, the druggist, has a
If you are interested iu apples proprietor.
At W. T. Burton’s the Bicycle
well-selected stock o f valentines.
interview P. E. Drane.
denier, you will find all kinds of
Victor Roast Coffee 5 lbs fo r $1.
For fresh cookies, dongbunts, bargains in Jaicycles nod bicycle
Burt Tuttle, of Marshfield, came rates to dealers.
o f Union Oats and get a Dish—FREE.
over yesterday to see his father.
Mrs. J. Denholm, 'of Bandon, etc., oali at Thompson’s restaurant, sundries. Call and get prices.
Weddings aud rumors of wed
dings in our town.
“ Let the inno
W. H. Hull, of llivorton, was up returned from a trip to the valley
Hundreds ot satisfied patrons
Anyone wishing a spanking
cent cast the first stone,” but you
to this place on business Satur by the last Homer.
who live in houses, beware.
Foil R e n t . —A neat little place driving team will do well to call spectacles.
I will call.
in the suburbs of Coquille.
For on G. W. Wimer, of Arago.
A raovomont should bo made
M. G. Pohl, the Myrtle Point Op
Kuowlton’s writing tablets, pen
particulars apply toH . T. Sohweers.
toward constructing a new dock for
Thomas Deverenx, of Parkers tician.
cil tablets and pencils are the very
The old one is very
W. H. Sberrard, of Sumner, had burg, had business in town yester
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A new cook stove, just used six much dilapidated aud has become
business in town Wednesday.
He day, having come up Sunday.
weeks, going at a bargain, also very dangerous.
Arthur Rice, the Bandon jeweler, reports the roads somewhat hard
For fine seed barley, call on Ed utensils, wash tub, wash board,
spent Saturday and Sunday in this to navigate.
Through some misunderstanding
Johnson, near the Ray school etc , at Burton’s the Furniture aud
the steamer Chico did not load at
Miss Grace Skeels, of this city, house, or address him at Coquille. Bicycle dealer.
M. R. Lee, of Bandon, visited went to Bandon Saturday to visit
the Riverton bunkers, but took ou
M, G. Pohl, the Myrtle Point oo-
Grandma Seed who has been nt a load of lumber.
this place and Myrtle Point the her sister,
This will cause
Mrs. Chas. Lorenz,
culist, made a very successful trip Myrtle Point for a few weeks with a shut-down of the mines for about
last of the week.
whose baby is quite ill.
tp Riverton tbe latter part of the the family of N. G. W. Perkins, two weeks.
Fon S ale :— A bran unw buggy
Going at a bargnin, n good week.
returned home Thursday, beiug
Last Saturday night the dance
with tongue Hud shafts. Apply to double-barrel breech-loading shot
C O Q U IL L E C IT Y , O R E G O N .
Miss Beulah Walker, of this quite ill. She also has a very sore hall was again crowded with the
J. B. Fox, Coquille.
gun, a rare chance for any one
A goodly num
Anyone wishing a good, cheap wanting a shot guD, at W. T. Bur place had the misfortune to cut
her hand severely yesterday while
Mr, nnd Mrs. Vemer Barker, of ber oame up from the lower river
heavy wagon will do well to call at ton’s.
and F a rm s, D oes a
splitting some kindlings.
Fairyiew, made our office a very on the steamer Antelope, which re R « n t s H o u s e s
the H euald office.
McDouald, tbe barber, has se
pleasant call Saturday evening. mained at our dock until morning;
e n c y B u s in e s s .
a Dice line of white skirts aud cured a newly patented device for
Mr. Barker has beoD in town the the Antelope, of course, the passen
shirt waistB will be clo se ! out at sharpening scissors. Those need stantly received nt the music store past week senliug the logs sent gers attended the dance.
Office— 0p-6tairs near Postoffice.
ing scissors sharpened should call of Chas. Grissen Music Co., Odd down from their camp daring the
cost at the Emporium.
Invitations are now out for a
Fellow’s building, Marshfield Oreg
If you have a house or barn to
social dance at Ferry’s Hall uo
W. M. Hamilton, o f near town 'F o r International Stock and
move, call on or address W. A.
Glenn Cox, who is opening up a Wednesday eye noxt.
who has just returned from a trip
Goodman, Coqnille City.
logging camp near Bandon, came the midnight supper will be given
to bis old home in Humboldt
up this week and purchased the by L. A. Lee to his friends as u
F or S ale .- One new heavy wagon
county, California, was in town yes fine condition, see R. 8. Knowlton, large team of horses of W. C. Ben memento of the happy event which
— — and two good horses.
ham which MrTTi. used to drive on will take place a few hours pre
quire at the H erald office.
Alfred Johnson, of this city, re our streets. They are good pullers vious.
Rev. R. C. Lee, of Marshfield,
Our old friend, E J. Bigelow, of
representing the Chas. Grissen ceived by yesterday’s train a band and will doubtless prove satisfac
I. Magee has disposed of his fine
Eokloy, nak down greeting his
Music Co., of Marshfield, had hnsi- re-saw for his mill near town. This tory.
lot of logs to the Prosper Saw Mill
many friends in town yesterday.
dess at this place and Myrtle Point
D ona A nna .
T. W. Jenkins, organizer for the Co.
ontput o f lumber by this mill.
W. M. Bnrgpss, agent for Sharp last weok.
GENERAL LINE OF CHEMICALS, DRUGS, PATENT
Modern Brotherhood of America,
ies tubular separators.
MEDICINES, DRUGGISTS’ SUPPLIES
McDonald, the barber, has just arrived from Portland last week,
Chas. Pnadbury and . Harry
J. W. Sears, of Myrtle Point, was
Addres, Coquille Noble, two Coos bay’s expert log received a full stock of barbers’ and will proceed to finish up the
TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.
down Saturday, having business in
gers, were in town several days
C. A. Gage bus returned from last week in the interest o f the he sells at bottom prices, ns well ns ago. Mr. Jenkins expects to have
We are sorry to learn that the
a big supply of Newbro’s Herpi- a good stroug lodge here in the health of C. W. Paterson, the
Curry county whore he bus been Simpson Lumber Company.
for several weeks assisting Ed
very near future.
marble man, o f Marshfield is de
Little El win Gage, son o f Vlr.
Ilackleff iu his store.
The Misses Rose Coffey and
and Mrs. Clyde Gage, fell from a
Sheriff Steve Gallier arrived clining, aud that another trip to
Anyone wishing carpets or rngs high chair one day last week and Ella Back, of this city, go to Ban- from his receDt trip to Salem on the hospital will be necessary ut
woven cheap, call on Mrs. K. Hol- fractured a bone in his right fore don tomarrow.
Miss Coffey will Friday. While at Astoria waiting once.
Having hud many years of experience in this line
verson, three miles west o f CoquiMe arm.
He is getting along Dicely. render a number at the entertain for the Homer to sail, he gol
P. E. Drane, our Front street
we are prepared to give all the
on the McAdams place.
ment to be given there Wednesday word that Mrs. Bertha S. Karnick, market man, has contracted for a
Violins, banjos, guitars, man
best of satisfaction.
To make room for her spring dolins from $5 upward; a fine line evening.
whom he had just conveyed to the large lot of apples from Henderson
slock of ladies’ hats Mrs. Sugg of the best pianos nnd organs at
Robert Ahr, the traveling tin
will sell her present stock at prices the Chas. Grissen Music Store, ner, having concluded his tour of Karnick returned to Salem to at shippers, which he is offering to
below cost. See her bargains.
the public at bottom prices.
Marshfield, Ore., Odd Fellows’ the river, returned to Marshfield tend the funeral.
G. T. Robison, of Fishtrap, who
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hathoway building.
Mr. aud Mrs. Jobu Clinton, of
aud son George, will leave for
Arrivals at Marshfield by the the upper river were iu town sold a bunch of cattle a week ago,
Our young friend, A. E. Smith,
Washington in a few days.
They of Fishtrap, made a trip to North Homer from Portland Feb. 12.— A. Thursday. Mr. Clinton is recover is 1 now hunting for calves and
will probably lcfCute in that state. Bend Thursday ou business.
Ho W. Neal and wife, Grace Neal, W. ing from the injuries received iu yearlings to take their places on
iiis finorauge. Mr. Robison cleared
John Peart, assisted by many has seenred a portion o f tbe place F. Shortuage, J. H. Snyder, E. G. his logging camp last fall. He bus
$13.50 per head on'a number he
friends, succeeded in getting his
bought up last spring.
trestle replnced during lust week mother will reside the coming Gallier, L. Masterson, T. J. de right arm, and has to have assist
The best physic.
“ Once tried
/ find I am ouer stocked in Plows which I do not wish
and a car loud of coni was brought season. Mr. Smith expects to op- Nevue, Mrs. R. J. de Nevue, E. K. ance to walk, not having recovered
and you will always use CLumber-
eiate in the Sixes mines.
de Nevue, J. W. Bell and family, control of his nerves.
up on Saturday.
ouer so offer them at the following prices:
lain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets,”
T. W. Jenkins, E. P. 8 Aberretby,
List your real estate with me.
The Chas. Grissen Music Co. has
O- C. Sanford, the real estate says William A. Girard, Pease, Vt.
lately been established at Marshfield I am having more calls for prop
Rogers, Miss Harry Meyer, A. E. man, has made the sale of the John These Tablets are prompt, most
with Rev. R. C. Lee as Manager. erty than I can supply, especially
Wilkins, Mrs.^A. E. Wilkins, A. H. Bonewitz farm near Norway to Mr. pleasant and most reliable cathartic
All orders left at the H erald office dairy farms. The investors all see
For sale by R. S. Knowl
H* A. BaDett, M. A. J. Trigg, of Humboldt conuty, Cal. in use.
me before buying, nnd if you wish
will receive prempt attention.
J. Alwer. C. B. This one of the best dairy farms on ton.
to sell at a fa: r figure, I can cer
Graudran KeDt is still very low tainly do you good service. O. C. Walker,
C. B. Leep, our late arrival from
docs not contemplate making bis
at the home o f her '.daughter, Mrs. Sanford, tbe real estate man.
Through the courtesy of our home here at present, yet he be eastern Oregon, and a brother of
W. W. Gage, in this place, The
Dr. K. A. Deep, of Myrtle Point,
When you feel blue and that friend, W. H. Ray, o f this place, a lieves there is a great fature for
old lady is over eighty years o f age,
has secured tho Gilkey building ou
and recovery will necessarily be everything goes wrong, take a dose
Front street, nnd expects his goods,
of Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liv
stock and tools by the first steamer
They will cleanse and papers and a pamphlet on beet the Norwny crearaeryman.
from Portland, and thereafter Co
O. C. Sanford, our real estate invigorate your stomach, regulate sugar production in Colorado, one
There will be the usual services quille will enjoy the convenience of These are the uery best Plows made and are sold under an
dealer, has just consummated the your bowels, give you a relish for o f the papers and tbe pamphlet
sale of the J. B. Dully place near your food and make you feel that beieg published by his grnndsou, next Sunday morning and evening a .first class harness and Boddle absolute guarantee to give satisfaction or money refunded.
the Christian church to Mrs. Wat in this old world is a good place to R oy Ray, at New Windson, that at the Presbyterian church, Morp- shop. Mr. Leep is an experienced
iug theme, “ The Uniqueness nnd saddler and will do a good, square
kins, of this place.
For sale by R. 8. Knowlton. state, which is located in tbe Preeminence of Christ.” Evening business.
Pondre valley, a beautiful and
DeLaval cream separators—the
subject, ‘‘ Man the Image of God.”
W ill Hood, of Etelka, returned
John Buckley, of this place, took
world’s standard--every style and last week from his usual winter's powerfully productive portion of Tho pastor extends a cordial invita
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tbe train Thursday for the bay
size, hand and power, home and visit to Santa Rosa, California,
tion to the people o f Coqnille to
to catch a steamer for San Frnn-
factory, 150 to 6,000 pound s in last week. He has enjoyed a visit
country, and which product is be- attend all services. There will be cisco.
He goes to California for
capacity, $50 to $800 inprice.
of several months with his people fug greatly increased. Next sea no prayer meeting this week on ac- the purpose of disposing of some
S. M. N obler ,
and had the pleasuie o f attending son it is supposed that valley will Cuunt of special services at another property, in which case he will
tbe wedding of one of his brothers. produce 50,000 tons o f beet Bugar church.
return; but in case he is obliged
William Abernethy, of Dora, re It seems that none o f either Calif besides its many other leading
Mrs. Jane Whobrey, wife of John to keep it, the chances are he will
ceived a neat little portable sawmill ornia or Oregon girls have the crops.
Whobrey, died at her home on move his family there to reside.
by the last Homer from Portland persuasive powers to induce Will
Later.— Mr. B. while at tbe bay
Mr. and Mrs J. W. Bell and Catching Creek, Saturday, Feb. 7,
which will be put up on Catching to commit any rash act
1903, at the age of 27 years. The found that it was not nocassary to
creek to saw out a large of hard
rived here by the last Homer from lady had been a snfferer from con go below, and returned the next
wood. The mill was purchased and
L. N. Barnes aud Jacob Wald- Portland.
Mr. Bell is a friend of sumption for several months, snd day.
brought down by bis son, arriving vonel, two enterprising citizens of
M. J. Keller, of near Arago, being | that disease terminated her life.
in town on Saturday.
Tillamook, are here looking for a acquaintances in Indiana.
Capt. O. Reed, of Norway, visited location, and we think have about ___
looks ot our county i v' ve her. The funeral services
his niece,‘ Mrs. Capt. Thoa. White, gotten arrangements made f o r a very much "and" Thinks he wili'^be were CODduct<*d Snnday by Rev.
We wish to express our sincere Our Pie Fruits consists o f
of Bandon, last week, returning location for a packing house, j we|i satisfied to remain with ns, Tbo8- Barklow, and tbe remains and heart-felt thaDks to our numer-1
Apricots, gallon tins, 30 cents
Mrs. White's health There will he several families , which we are Fr<»atly io hope he
*° re8* in the Catching Creek ous friends and neighbors who so
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has failed her of late and Bhe sailed come in case they conclude to l o - - wj||. While in Man Francisco Mr I cemetery.— :Enterprise.
kindly rondered assistance during
for San Francisco yesterday at 1
the lato illness, death and burial of
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o’clock on the Chico, where she
our daughter and sister, Mrs. Ida
j was in town Friday and Saturday
will enter the hospital for treat- These gentlemen should receive all posted on , be geography o f this
Harrington, and the comforting
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jofla stw sek . He had jost returned
coast, be was led to believe bv H ; from a trip into the BIu« Ridge sympathy of nil.
J acob C roy and F amily .
'" ”" ’ agent
that there were no country, where Mr. Simpson is ex
steamers plying between San Fran- tending the survey Of the Daniels
cisco snd Ceos bay
and that the Creek railroad for two miles and
only way to reach that point was where
logging will be carried
to go to Beattie liy steamer, (lien extensiyely in' the near future.
back to Portland by rail nnd thence A new geared locomotive has been
to C ms bay by steamer, which ordered for this road which will be
ri.nml this gentleman made. with a capable of drawing large loads
W e also carry Haywards Tomatoes at 10 cents per
large family, with considerghfe loss over this roed regardless of the
and the celebrated x.ion brand coin at 15 cents,
of lime and extra cost.
I f the steep grades it ascends.
2 for 25 cents.
steamer lines to Beattie are ob*
Tbroughbred cockerels from $1 up,
Wo guarantee every can of the above named articles to be exactly ad
lig *d io resort to each means as
and eggs $1 per setting,
the! to live, it seems’to ns they had
better go oat of business, beside*
o n u p an(j two lots.
Also Scotch-Collies pups of tho very
it ought,to be investigated from a
finest strain on sult^
I 0,1 s t v , I :,. 1,1» of viow .
Inquire at this Office.
Fine W atches, Jewel
ry, Clocks, Silverware,
Wilson Jewley Co.
Prize Baking Powder
Excellent Green Coffee 8 lbs, for $1
0 . C. SANFORD
/New Drug Store,
GEO- A- CHURCHMAN, PROP
12 in wood beam Oliver,
12 in sleel beam Oliver,
14 in wood beam Oliver,
14 in steel beam Oliver.
H, S. KRIBS,
■ Coquille, Ore.
W e have on hand a large and well
selected stock which we are offer
ing at the following prices:
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Levi Strauss cCo's
C o p p e r -r iv e t e d
J, R. Stillwell, Prop