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T U E 8 D A Y , JUNE 30, 1903.
Myrtle Point Enterprise.
Hall o f Mamie Lodtje,, No. SO, I.O.O.F.
C oqu ille. Or.. Jane 25,190:1.
The Roseburg aud Myrtle Point
ball teams will cross bats at this
place next Friday, July 3rd. Ad
mittance to the ground 25 cents.
T C Norris returned this week
from Klamath county where be
helped Ed Sherwood take a drove
of cattle. Mr Norris will soon
move to Klamath county with bis
family where they expect to remain
Mrs C L Lockwood nnd children
returned to this place Thursday
from California where they have
been for some time. The many
friends o f the family will be glad
to know that they will be residents
of Myrtle Poiut again.
P. S. Phelan, Fred McLean aud
W E Pike, have purchased the
Rackleff saw mill below town. The
mill has a capacity of about 17000
feet per day and is located on
one of the best sites on the river.
Thegeutlemen who have purchas
ed it will no doubt increase the ca
pacity of the mill. It will be op
erated regularly and the new man
agement will ship a larger amount
With the operation of
the mill a number of men will be
employed, aud it will be a good
thing for the town.
A Trip to Portland.
Druue A Ray, want your poultry,
aud will puy the highest price going
Once mare we are back among for the same.
the greeu hills of old Coos. Once
Save yourself D ollars by buying
more we will try the patieuce of your hats at Hawkins', they are g o
the H euald ’ s Deyil, and the sym ing at cost.
pathising readers of the H erald .
I. F- Kenney, of the Sacramento
We left Coos oouuty on the 6tb valley, California, is in this conuty
of June, having taken passage a lookiug up mining interests.
It is to give our customers “The Goods They Want” at the
board the steamer Alliauoe. Our
Prices they expect to Pay, and to make it a pleasnre for them to
Ladies’ and Childrens Under
party were all duly initiated into
visit our store.
all the beauties and pleasures of wear will be closed out at COST at
Call early and avail We want to keep constantly before them the fact that we sell nothing
sea sickness. Noue o f us were Hawkins’.
able to eat a msal until we were yourself of this opportunity.
but what’s honost iu quality.
upon the waters of the Columbia. \
Be honost to yourself and your own town aud don’t send away a single
By the way wo found the Colum-
dollar till y o j find what you eau do hero.
N O TIC E FOU P U B L IC A T IO N .
bia river nothing but a deluge tide U nited Staton Land Office, Honebnrq, Or.,
June 38, 1903.
water, with both of its banks inun
Notioe in hereby Riven that ill com p li
Miss Nora Magber, the
ance with the provinioua o f the aot o f C on
young lady who accompanied ns gress o f June 3, 1378. entitled " A n act La
to Portland will spend one year in the sale o f tim ber lands in the States o f
C aliforn ia, Oregon, Nevada and W ashin
the Portland high school, then she gton
T e rrito ry ," as extended to all the Hu j-
will enter the Portland Business lio L and Statea by act o f August, 4, 13n3,
College, there to take up the study
WILLIAM H. BUNCH,
of stenography and telegraphy. O f M cK inley, oonnty o f Coos. S t a t o o f O r
has this day ’ filed in this office his
We predict for her a splendid fu egon,
sworn statement No. 5398, for the purchas*
ture. We met Charles Frederick o f the N. h i o f N.E.
(bein g lots 1 s o d 3:
-A .1 K i n d s o f L e a t l r o r G o o d s f o u n d i n a .
in Portland where he is employed o f Section No. 30 in Tow nship No. 37.
R ange No. 11 W est, and w ill offer p roof to
as engineer under the Chamber of show that the land soaght is m ore valuable
H a rn e s s S h o p .
bis fo r its tim ber or stone than for agricultural
of repairing in th- i line at reas'Jnabl) (I gu re
f a m i l y n n w r a a id « n n t h e F o o t a i d e ' p a r poseH, and to establish his claim to said
Whereat, The Supreme Ruler of
the Universe in His infinite wisdom,
has removed from our midst our
Thompson— Ray. At the home
beloved sister, Alice A. Olive, who
of the brides parents, at two o ’clock,
died in San Pedro, California, June
June 24, 1903, John L. Thompson,
and Jennie M. Itay were united in
Whereat, In her demise Mamie
marriage, Rev. H. 0. Allen, of the
South Methodist church, perform Lodge, No. 20, loses one of her
charter members, she has gone
ing the ceremony.
from us, but the memory of her
Only a few guests were present,
true womanhood and unselfish life
the bride’s and groom’s parents,
remain and ever shall remain in the
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ray of Myrtle
memory of those with whom she
Point, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ray of
Marshfield, Mr. and Mrs. Burns and
character in life commends itself to
daughter Cora, of this city, and
us being worthy of emulation.
Rob and Dora Vermillion, cousins
R esolved , That in her death the
of the Rays from Alma, Neb., who
came with Mies Jennie, when she lodges loses a faithful and consci
entious member, loved and respect
came this spring.
ed by all, and no words of eulogy
The bride was a popular teacher
spoken by us or shafts of marble
of Norton county Kansas, and the
erected by dear or loving friends
groom is also from that place, where can add to the womanly worth of
he had clerked for several years in
the life she lived, or cause to
one of the best stores in Norton.
shine with brighter luster, the
At two o’clock, Miss Inez Thump deeds of love or words of benevo
son played the wedding march, and lence she performed.
r a m iiy n o w re s iu e o u i n e
B id e ; i « Ild b « f-,r . ,, H Hazard, County clerk of
C o a u lll, O r a
the couple came down stairs, pre live on lAved and cherished by gen
We met our old friend W. T. Gard- C oos oonnty. O regon, at C oquille, Oregon, F r o n t s t r e e t ,
ceded by Mr. Robert Vermillion erous and
iner of the Boys and Girls Aid 8o- on F riday, the 11th day ofS eptem ber, 1903.
grateful hearts that
H e nam es as witnesses: Chas. Heller.
and Miss Maud Ray, who acted as have been softened by the gentle
ciety. We also made the acquaint L on is H eller, H . E. W iloox and E. P. Mast,
best man and bride’s maid.
They influence of sympathy nnd charity.
ance of detective Hawley of the all o f M cK inley, Oregon.
and all persona claim ing adversely
entered the parlor and thence be
same institution whom we found to the Any
above-described lauds are requested to
R esolved ,
That Mamie Lodge
neatn a beautiful arch, covered with
hie their olaima in this office o n or before
deprives you of
condoles most sincerely with the
said 11 tli day o f September, 1903.
ferns, evergreens and roses.
While playing a practice game heart” for the suffering waifs,
husband of our deceased sister. If
J. T . BB1DG E8,
your dear ones.
minister used the beautiful ring cer
sympathy of friends can be any of baseball at North Bend yester whom circumstances have placed
emony, and thus two of our young
love for the one who
consolation under the trying cir
N O T IC E F O R I T B '.I C A T IO N ,
people became one. After the con
cumstances be assured that all who the elbow by the ball, and the arm series of dental treatment, we were
D e pa u tm k n t o r thh I n t b r io b .
gratulations all were invited to
knew her, share in sorrow for her was seriously bruised if not bro subjected lo the use of a quantity
worthy the memory of that one.
Land Office at R o scb u r:, Oregon.
the tables spread with a sump,
ken. Dr. Horsfall was called and
June 30, 1903.
A large monument or a small
examined the injured member, but old heart complaint, that forced us
N otioe is hereby givou that the fo llo w
R esolved , That the charter of
did not think any bones were frac to relinquish our trip to Washing ing-nam ed settler has filed n o tics o f his
marker, whichever you choose at
The bride’s dress was of white
this lodge bo draped in mourning
to make final com ntation proof
tured. ¡Mr. Simpson is an enthusi ton and return home as soon as intention
mouseline with shirrings and silk
his place, will show the best judg
in support o f hia claim , and that s i id proof
for thirty days, a copy of these res
b efore k . H. H azard. Conuty
ast on baseball and while this is
She wore white roses
ment of first-class designers and
olutions be spread upon the min
more than he bargained for, it
in her hair and carried a large
ber 1,1903, viz: W illia m J . M o o n .o n h o ra e -
utes of this lodge, a copy be for
will probably not dampen bis fied with Coos county.
bouquet of the same flowers. The
stead entry N o. 11881, fo r the S. V o f S. W
warded to the husband, and also to
o f S ec. 4, T . 38, S. H. 11 W est.
D onna A n n a .
ardor.— C oast M a il .
bride’s maid was also dressed
the Coquille City H euald and Bnl-
H e namea the follow ing witnesses to prove
white with pink roses. The groom
h isoontin nons residence upon nnd onftiva-
A nnie L awrence ,
n o f Baid land, viz: Arthur I.. Brown, o f
wore the conventional black.
A nnie K nowlton ,
Goods are being closed out at Hoes and Rakes, Pitchforks and M cK inley, and F, C. K innicntt. Sherman
The groom is quite well known
and Edward N. M oon, o f F airvitw ,
L dcy B ück ,
Barn Shovels. T. H. Mehl & Co’s. O regon.
J. r. B R ID G E S,
in the community, having come
Committee on Resolutions.
MaHSHFlLD, O reuon .
here last fall and is known as a
I lu e K llt h o u S in t « F a i r .
young mam of integrity, honor and
industry. The bride has been here
The premium list of Oregon’s
only a short time, having remained
in Kansas to complote her term of Blue Ribbon” state fair is now
school. Both are members of the out and being distributed through
church, and they enter upon the out the state. The premiums off
O n l y $ 5 a m o n th
path of life with bright and boauti- ered aggregate $12,090 in cash, and
on tiro in sta llm e n t
are for everything grown on the
ful prospects before them.
farm, including live stock, poultry,
dairy products, agricultural and
Riverton Pick Up’s.
— o —
The public school closed last and liberal arts, etc. Everyone is
Friday for a vacation o f two weeks, invited to bring something to the
Mr. L. E. Brown, our teacher, will fair this year, and help advertise the
take a trip to Myrtle Point where state’s resources. If you have not
W ill G e t YOU. A
he will— well never mind wait un received one of the premium lists
yet, write M. D. Wisdom, secretary,
til you see her.
You can save this amount if you will and make your dear ones
Mr. James Vowell & family have Portland, Ore., for one.
happy. No home complete without a piano or b d organ.
If you are
moved into the E. B. Smith house.
Fairview Birthday Party.
looking for best values
Mr. A. Rose and daughter were
visiting here last week.
GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS.
LADIES’ FURNISHING GOODS.
Sunday morning June 21, 1903,
Qrant Harry, o f Coquille city, at 11 o ’clock we met at the grove
Vests, regular $1.50 now $1 15
Fancy Silk Front Golf Shirts, rogulnr $1.25
We are prepared to interest you and make the assertion that we
made our town a call last Friday. near Fairview school house where can do M ORE for you than any other Piano or Orgau House in the now 85 Cents.
$1.25 now 51 1)5
50 Cents, now 10 Cents.
Mr. D. Myres, o f the upper river ve had preaching Mr. R. G. Suraer- country. I f you are interested write at once.
Underware, regular $1.00 now 75 Cents.
lin conducted the services.
Hose, all prices.
is cow here with his fine horse.
“ 50 Cents, now 40
is a large crowd present.
Fancy Skirts, regular $1.50 now $1.25
D ona A n n a .
THE BIG SIX: KIMBALL, CHICKERING, WEBER, MILTON, Hose, 5 Cent up.
$1.25 now $1.00.
Collars and Ties up to date, from 5 cents up.
After services were over a crowd l/0SE,HINZE, with the giant WHITNEY is a combination of
Dressing Sacques, regular $1.50 now $1.25.
of young folks met at the home of
Hats, regular $2.50 now $2.00
The New Dispatch.
$1.00 now 75 cents.
$2 00 now $1.60
Mr. and Mrs. James Hatcher in soundness, strength, beauty and tone unequalled anywhere.
Fancy Cambric Vests and Pants at Cost.
$1.75 cow $1.25
At the Parkersburg shipyard at memory of Ada and Archn Hatcher’s Twenty.eight othe makes we handle.
$1.50 now $1 00
a few minutes after 12 o,clock on birthday, after which we wended
We also have in Block a fine line of Violins, Banjos, Guitars and
SILKS AND VELVETS
Wednesday of last week the launch our way to a grove near by where
Mandolins at prices from $5 upward.
A full assortment of strings. LACES, LACES!
ing of the new river steamer built table was prepared and laden with Steel strings 5 cents each. New mnsic received weekly.
for Perkins, Moomaw & White the lucious fruits of this earth
took place. At a signal from Chief where all eDjoyod themselves with a
Builder Chas. Twigg she slid from hearty meal. After dinner was over
O . F- H A L L
the wavs and as she took the water wo went down to Mr. S. K. Hatcher’s
Mrs. Dave Perkins broke the bottle where they all enjoyed them selves
of champagne over her prow and nicely with music aud singing for a
christened her “ New Dispatch.”
After singing was over we went
After the launching an elegant
to the croquet ground where we all
Innoh was served.
The new boat is 130 put over all, enjoyed ourselves until a late hour.
Those present were: Bethel
and 25 feet beam.
Duncan, Mae and Blaucho Chandler,
Birdie Barker, Bertha and Lulu
East Fork Items.
Hatcher, Clara Hatcher, Nancy nnd
FANCY BOSOM DRESS S H IR T S
Mr. and Mrs. Stemler are expect Myrtle Benham, Millie Hatcher,
NO NEED TO PA Y MORE F O R SHOES THAN
GO a n d
an d h u n d r e d s to C h o o s e
ing their son, Dr. M. O. Stemler, of Lela Barker,
Lynd, Washington, to make them
Cheaper grades 50 and 75 cents
fr o m .
Charlie Bennett, Elmer Holverstott,
a visit in July.
Dock Barker, Harry Holverstott,
Letta Cooper closed a successful Andrew Hatcher, Vernie Hatcher,
term of school in district 32, last Mr. and Mrs. V. N. Barker, Mrs.
Friday, 2Gth inst.
In the evening J. A. Hatcher, Mrs. 8. K. Hatcher,
she and her pupils gave an enjoy Mrs. J. L. Barker.
It costs you nothing to see our SHOES and compare prices
that will last, look well and give comp'ete satis-
able entertainment, consisting of
W e are glad to show, try on aud snswor questiors. No urging to buy.
of recitations and songs, which was
faction, at, small expense.
Oregon Boy passed Examination.
We know the result if yon look.
We try to save you money on GRO-I
followed with refreshments and
CERIES as .veil as SH O ES, at the B A R G A IN STORE.
games, and those who were not
New York, June 23.— Forty-two
there missed a treat of unadulter candidates passed the mental exam
ination at Annapolis Yesterday for
Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Swan, Mr. admission to the Naval Academy.
Felows and their pastor, Mr. Jack- Among them was William E. Pore,
son, attended the U. B. Conference of Oregon.
as delegates from the church at
Cable Across Pacific.
A now gill baby at M. J. Krantzs’.
Washington, June 25 President
C m Crip
Frances Abcrnethy line returned
la Two Day«.
home for vacation from Forest ltoosvelt and General Tnft will ex
Grove where she has been attend change messages over the Pacific j
ing school at the Tualatin Academy. cable on the Forth o f July, the j
box. 2 5 c .
She was accompanied by her cous company having promised conuec-,
ins Jacob and Walter Kamra, of tione by that dHy dirpet to Manila. I
Seven Million boxea soM in post 13 months.
T h is
s u a y . in — . * - *
f i l l * . H r m s i * * mill H u m * « ( u l r k l )
The rains fall and the crops grow.
Great is Coos for “ smiling har
ChamberlaiD’e Pain Balm is an
antiseptic liniment, nnd when appli Thoioughbred Cleve
Some of the Sitkum people at ed to cuts, bruises and burns, causes
tended the street fair at Roseburg. them to heal without maturation
and much more quickly than by the
s Salesman. No. 417 i
< Im m lM -rlnlc'* f o u r . C h olera anil usual treatment. For sale by It. 8.
S ir e Scampton Monarch, No. 543
O la rrlio rn R r n n h
d Cymble, S. B.
Is everywhere recognized as the
one remedy that can always be de
TEM PEST i
pended upon and that is pleasant to
N o tic e
take. It is especially valuaklo for
^ sJBay Clnef, No. 459
All persons knowing themselves
summer diarrhooa in children and is
fiabe Robins, No. 1021 -
undoubtedly the means of saving to he indebted to Hie Lyons estate,
(d Maytlo u'i-, No. ¡127'
the lives of a great many children or having claims against the name
each year. For sale by R. S. Knowl will please call nnd settle the
i’Iiis Tboroughbred Stalliou and Jack will make ttv* »«n o n of 1903
same at once ns the business has
at Myrtle Point after thè 15th of March. Terni*: Ti linieri, #15 |.> in. i
changed hands Hnd all accounts
A fine line o f Cigars jq«t
must be settled as early ae possible Bure, Commodore. *10 fo Misure.
W. H. IiYONS. Mgr
M r . C le v e la n d , M g r
Our way of doing Business
C. B. LEEP,
h arn ess and Saddles
Coos County Marble and
$5 will buy U Organ
$1(1 a M i l
R egardless o f cost a t h aw kins*
We Will Close Out Our Entire Stock of
For Spot Cash or on Time Payments
CHAS. GRISSEN MUSIC CO.
A E S H P IE L D ,
In Men’s Furnishing Goods, correct
styles and Right Prices.
Save Your Money
B argain S to re
of Lawns, Organdies and
Spring Dress goods
C . M . Skeels C o. Fresh Supply of Groceries by each Steamer.
J . S . K anem atz.
T o Cure a Cold in One Day
Laxative Bromo Quinine
¿e (VC A
S tra n g ’s Em porium .
Glassware and Dishes, W ood and W illow -
Umbrellas, Leggings and hightop Loggers
Li* a j Flanels ,Mackintoshes,Rubber goods
b n Lets, Ladies and Gents’ Underwear.
Z. t, STRANG, Prop.. - -