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About Coquille City herald. (Coquille City, Or.) 188?-1904 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 22, 1903)
It. B. Ray wnnts your eggs at the
M. J. B. Coffee at Robinson’s.
Mason Fruit Jars, caps, and rub
Mining location notices at Dry- bers at Kaiu-mat/.’s,
H Boitys, of F.iirviow, was iu
den’p, the Job Printer.
town Sat uni ny.
Produce of ai) kinds taken at the
See the grand premium offer P. F. and L. Co’s store.
Try tlie OlvinpioSt>lf rising pan- with gum at Mr*. Nosier'*.
C( I; tl in nt 1’ E. Dram'*.
Mrs. J. E. Mu:tin, of Riverton,
Writing tablet*, pen», pencils
Klv II' nti 'i r will keep the tor etc., nt the New Drug Store.
was in town shopping yesterday.
menting Hies from your mini.
Attorney U. m. Short, of Myitle
F. E. Wilson, of .Sumner, was
Ladi.-*! H i'ii miii i-eeu Mrs.
Point, went to the bay jesterdav.
Ball'll’* new Millineiv uoials.
The county court received a Nat
It fin. k In 1 1 rav your cown with
ional Revessihle Rond machine last
Fly Bouueer. Knowlton sells it.
Lavel '•ream seperater, call at the
Fine HatiunrlpsH shotguns from H erald ofifice.
Capt. Robert Frederick, o f Ban-
#25 to $50ntT. H. Melil & Go’s.
The steamer Reta laid off a trip jdon, was among Coquille’* visitors
Dr. Leonard went to Bandon on Friday while her rudder was un | yesterday.
Saturday mid enjoyed a meeting dergoing repairs.
A. J. Bunch, o f near towu, has
with the 6 . A. It nt that place.
some choice cows and n few beef
Hersey has just received a big
Fish Bros , have moved their bi lot of baking powders with beauti cnttle for sale.
cycle shop into the new building of ful prizes in the way o f oelt ware.
J. W. Field, the all-round me
Martin Alexson, next to the bak
chanic of Myrtle Point, has been
in town the 1 ist day or so.
Organdie nnd ninny otbei summer
A big lot o f heavy machinery was
Mason's Fruit .Tars, Caps and dress goods at cost at Mrs. Nosler’s
brought in by tile Alliance for the
Rubbers, and Jelly Glasses at
Mrs. Ada Simpson, of Portland, North Bend mill Co.
came in Saturday ana went to
F. C. Kennicutt, the teacher,
J. G. Fish k Sons, of our furni Bandon where she will visit her
ture factrorv, are prepared to fill parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Costello, of was in from the Dora neighborhood
Saturday and Sunday,
orders for apple boxes.
Mrs. C. L. Lockwood, of Myrtle
Poiut, Jwent to the bay yesterday
where she will visit friends.
it e m s .
Knowlton’s " tores :
W anted .— A position for man
and wife in restaurant, hotel or
camp. Inquire at this office.
Drugs and Druggists Sundries,
John Nelson, who| recently re
turned from a long sojourn in Cali
fornia, was in town ¡yesterday.
We Have Low Priced Watches
From these our assortment runs up to the
Copper » -r iv e t e d
| O ve m llg
of the watchmaker’s art.
We Speak For Your Trade
W i l s o n J e w e l r y Co.
Expert Watch Repairing.
F o r a first class smoke, go to
Farmers, Salt vour hay. Bay
your Salt of Geo. A. Robinson.
New Dry Goods just iu nt Mrs.
L ost . — On Augnst 9th, one small
d og, black and white spotted, long
Fresh fruits and cabbage at Mrs. h air, long bushy tail, about size of
Any information con
Prof. Claud Noslsr, of the Point, cerning his whereabouts will he
came dowu yesterday.
Mns J. H. R adabadoh ,
F or S ale — V g ) >d h im > iu this
city. Inquire at this oifioe.
Jake Evans a Coos county pio
Half Ground Salt for hay, etc.,
neer of ’53, was in Marshfield last
at Geo. A. Robinson’s.
week from his farm at Cape Greog-
A fine line of Cigars just re ory. Jake does not look a year
ceived at Mrs. Nosler’s.
older than he did twenty summers
The Chico sailed last Wednesday, ago, and is enjoying the best of
and is due in a day or so.
health. While in town he secured
Perfumery—the finest imported an iron spear that he will put iuto
use in capturing sea tustles, which
— at the New Drug Store.
are quite numerous nt the Cape
T. H. Mehl & Co’s is the place to
during this season of the year.—
buy your fruit Jars-Mason’s the
The following we take from an
M rs. E. D, Sperry,of this city, has
Elko, Nevada, paper which refers
been slightly indisposed for a fow
to Dr. T. A. Birtch, who is now
among us for a few weeks at least:
J. W. Hall, of near Myrtle Poiut,
WILL LEAVE OS.
made our office a pleasant call while
“ Dr. T. A. Birtch, the graduate
in town one day last week.
eye specialist, who has been in our
For Sale— Two pairs draft horses, city for the last three months, is
weight 1400 to 1500 pounds. Ad about to leave us. All Elko’s citi
dress or enquire F. P. Norton, zens regret the departure of the Dr.
and his family.
While the Dr has been with us ho
Have you been in to see the bar
gain counter at the Pacific Furnie has treated nearly every man, wom
ture and Lnmder Co’s store? If an and child in Elko ..ml the sur
rounding country thnt has ever had
not you should go nt one.".
any trouble with their eyes. As far
Our youDg friend, George Laird,
as this press has been able to learn
who holds a position on the railroad
not a single case, chronic or other
took u day or so off aud visited
wise has been turned away unaided.
friends iu this place yesterday and
The doctor has made many warm
friends in this part who wish him
Geo. Hall came dowu from his the best of health and would will
mine yesterday and passed on to ingly add the prosperity part of
ward the bay. He reports every the good old toast, hut all well
thing running smoothly up in the know that a man of the doctor’s
ability will be sure to secure that if
If you wish to either buy or sell he is given the former.
The doctor and family will leave
any real estate, 1 am in a positiou
to give you the best possible service. on Thursday for Wells.
will remain there a short time and
Give uie a trial.
then will perhaps go to Winne-
J. J. S tanley .
mu ca and from there back to his
J. J. Haudsacker, newly elected California home.
pastor of the Christain Church,
goes to Myrtle Point this week to
arrange for revival services at that
p la c e .
Physician and Surgeon,
Miss Lucia Sperry went to Sau Pharmacy BuildiDg, Coquille, Or.
Francisco by the last Chico where Office hours, 10 to 12; 2 lo 5; aud
she will attend School. Mrs. Dr.
7 to 8.
J. C. Snook who went to the city
at the same time accompanied her.
John Langlois, of Bandon, spent
several dav* in town lately being
somewhat under the weather.
For the American Cream Separ
'H e r a l d office phone No. 105.
Nice rooms ta let at M. H. Herseys ator, the best and most up-to-date
machine, go to J. A. Lamb & Co.
Mrs. G. E Pike came up from by the day or week.
Geore Benlmru, o f Fairview, was
the camp yesterday.
E. H. Tanner, of the Southern
Oregon Lumber Co’s mill ut Pros
Call and see C. B. Leep’s new in town on Saturday.
stock of goods.
For butter Boxes nnd Cubes, go per, had business in town Saturday.
J. L. Crosby, of Fail-view, had to J. G. Fish, Coquille.
In order to make room for fall
business in town Saturday.
Levi Smith, o f the bay, speut the goods, Mrs. Nosier is selling a
last day or so in town.
bran now line of summer goods uI
Look out for the “ feather njan”
Mrs. Morris was up from River cost.
he will call at each residence, an !
ton the last of the week.
can call but once.
Edgar Walker, of Dillards, came
J. G. Fish, of the furuitnre fac in Saturday and is visiting his
Highest sp.it cash price paid for
wool at the Pacific Furniture and tory, is prepared to gntn croscut brother, F. A. Walker, of this city.
Lumber Co’s store.
F or S ale .— One of the best-im
Mason fruit jars: pints, 70c; qts, proved 40-acre places iu Coos Coun
Anyone interested in harness
should drop into C. B. Leep’s new 85c; half gal., $L00 at T. H. Mebl ty. Apply to J. W. Strong, Arago,
shop and see his fine stock.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hamblock, of
Dr. Ilnyden came over from
The latest song is: order your
North Bend yesterday and proceed Bullards, made Coquille a B h o r t
music of Chas. G rssen Music Co.,
ed to Bandon for a day or so.
For fine cigars go to the New
Fine Carpets aud Rugs woven
always on baud, sold at ^ off.
by Mrs. K. Hoiveraon, of the Drug Store. Dr. G. A. Churchman,
Mrs. A. L. Nosier, of Bridge, is
Clemens place bilow Lnmpa creek. proprietor.
quite ill, according lo a report
Mrs. Aaron Wilson leturned to
Mr. nnd Mrs. James McGuffin, of
which reached here Sunday. We
this city, visited Thus. Drane, of Bridge yesterday, having decided hope it may not prove serious.
Parkersburg, the Inst of the week. not to remain iu town this winter
Do you want to own a house?
Miss Ruth Todd, of Arago, have-
F or S ale —A first-clrss No.5 by-
Do you need $1000? You can have
drollic ram with 250 feet of pipe ing finished her school ou Fonr-
it. Write. Inclose two-cent stamp.
Inquire of W 8 Holcomb Coquille raile recently, was in town Friday. M. G. Poll), Myrtle Point Oregon.
F or S ale . A fine farm team, a
Woman’s Friend—The great
Mrs Fred Nosier, of Bridge, mare and horse, weight about. 1000
Golden Washing Compound, for
came down Friday and is visiting lb* each. Apply to J D. Myers, which Mrs. Lottie Davis is agent,
her parents, Mr. and Mr*. C. M Coquille.
can be found at Strang’s Empori
Mrs. John Snyder, of Marshfield,
accompanied by her daughter, Mrs.
J. E. Hawkiosjiif Lauglois, visit
Mr. J. A. Jacobson is in San
ed his daughter, Mrs. T. J. Thrift, Addie Rolandson, came over Fri Francisco buying a large stock of
Capt. Caughell, of the tag Katie
of this city, a couple of days last
Furniture, Carpets, Mattings, Wall
#1200 will buy a lfiO-acre stock Paper, Picture Frames, and Mouldr Cook, plyiug on the Rogue river
bar, and *on, James, accompanied
ranch with lots o f outlying range.
ings for A. Elliugsou’s furniture
F or S ale — A good business lo Eight miles from Coquille.
Mr. Doyle, of Gold Beach, on a trip
For particulars enquire
to the hay last week, and took in
J. J. S tan ley .
or address, W. H. ScHROEDER,
Mr. and Mrs. George Fowler this place yesterday on their return.
Capt. O. llecd, of Norway, who
moved into town last week, aud
The Willowdale Presbyterian
has been at the bay several weeks
Anyone wishing to go to Rose- visiting friends, returned yester now occupies the parsonage at the Church was packed to the doors
burg will find it to their interest to day. The old gentleman is feeling
last Saturday night to see the Mov
upholster and allround handy roan
figure with A. B. D bhd , of this city, ranch improved in henltb.
ing picture exhibition by Evange
on the trip to the Point.
list Holmes. We are glad to know
Fou R ent T wo story brick store do.
that a new programme will be given
Choice vacant lots, residence
Our old friend, E. J. Biglow, of here next Saturday.
property and business houses for building in Myrtle Point. Five
the Eckley mining district, came
sale at prices that will surprise
A- McNair, the Bandou hardware
J. J. S tanley ,
down to the county seat Thursday dealer, came up Saturday and pro
J J- S tanley .
to look after matters connected ceeded up to the place of his broth
If you want a Morris Chair,
Why pay an agent $5.00 to $8.00 with his claim. He continued bis er, D. McNair, of the South Fork,
Mandolin, or in fact any other
trip to the bay. The H erald o u -
where ho joined his wife who has
nice premium, go to Mrs. Nosler’s for enlarging your Photo, when joyed its usual pleasant visit.
been visiting there for several days,
and buy a 5 ct. pack of gum and yon can get it done free at Geo. A.
Call and see
M. G. Pobl, Doctor of Optics, and with whom he returned yester
Improved methods day.
C. B. Leep, the harness man, has
in testing eyes, no mydriateris
J. A. Dobell, the teamster, came
his shop moved into the new Alex-
highest grade o f lenses,
iu the last of the week from Rose
on building and on the arrivnl of load of Furniture in a tew days. work guaranteed.
goods ordered will have a large nnd AnyoDe wishing anything in this aod granulation a specialty. Rec- burg, bringing Mrs. J. M. Riley
line will do well to see the new
and children to join Mr. R. at this
well selected stock.
omended by hundreds yon know.
stock and get prices.
place, he having concluded to make
Grant and Levi Bunch, sous of
G. W. Pembroke, late of the Point this his future home, cs well as a
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bunch, of
who purchased the river-bottom | Miss Dean who will also remain in
Riuk creek, went to the bay yester closed a deal with M. J. Wilson for place o f Joho Morris a short dis -1 this city.
day to catch tlie Alliance for Port his ranch on the North Fork above tauee below town, has bought the
Mrs. Emma Lyons and Miss
Mr. L. may return to
land. They go to Walla Walla, Fairview,
home of Jacob Croy near the
Josie, of this city, start for their
Washington, to attend high school. his old home before settling with Academy also.
By the way, Mr.
old home in Canada tomorrow for
Croy does not leave us after all. an exteuded visit, but we hapo
William Cox, of Curry county,
Ed. Rackleff, our former towns
spent several days in town at this
Capt. Heunsev of the schooner with thier many friends here that it
place and Myrtle point visiting his man and county clerk, but now a Falk, now loading lumber from is not for permanent residence
daughter, Mrs. J. W. Leneve here prosperous merchant of Curry Johnson’* mill at Marshfield, ac Those Indies will be greatly missed
aud friend* at the Point. The County, passed op towards Myrtle companied by his wife came over during their absence.
H erald acknowledges a friendly Point last week where he visits rel to this place yesterday and Mr*.
T. H. B. Taylor, the man with the
atives and friends.
Hennesey will visit with Mr*. feather renovator is doing a good
F or S ale . — A small place of 2£ Johnson wliilp the vessel is being
Mr. and Mr*. C. A. Harrington,
business in this city and seems, is
of tin* city, returned the last of the acres in north edge of town with loaded.
giving the best of satisfaction. He
week from Seattle, Wash., where
Mrs. Lyle, of San Francisco, comes well recommended by the
thev had been to attend upon Mr. w tli pood improvements nnd a good California, a niece of D. II. Johnson press of Jackson county, and our
H’s mother, Mrs. Sarah J, Harring
who has been visiting her uncle j people may patronize him with the
Apply to Ben Crow, Co and family of tlii* place for seyeral
ton, during her late nnd last ill hens.
full assurance of being treated
weeks, returned home by the last with perfect honesty.
Mr. Graves, the Bandon photog Chico, and was accompanied by
Admission to the entertainment
The “ feather man" will convert
Saturday night will be: adults, 25 rapher, came up yesterday and Miss Gertrude, who goes for an ex. yonr bed* into pillows or vice versa,
cents; children, 15 cents.
without extra charge,
ladies’ aid will serve ice cream and his gallery in this city, of which be
The frame is up aud the excava make you ticks any size or shape.
cake after the program at 10 cents will take charge next month. We ting done for the basement of an If you contemplate as outing, drop
Como and heir along a welcome Mr. Graves among our list annex to the large nnd already a line to Box 75 asking us to call
of wide awake business men.
commodious furniture establish and we will Ho your work at once.
ment of Arthur Ellengson, oppo Otherwise you might iniss this op
site the Masonic Hall This gen portunity as our stay is limited.
tlemau is putting in npw additions
The entertainment at the Mason
to hi* immense stock aud i* doing
ic Hall next Friday is for the pur
a good business.
pose of raising money to paint the
The 7th annual session o f the Presbyterian church.
Otegon conference of the Method be a double quartet, solos, piano
ist Protestant Church, was held in selections,
Riverton. Oregon, Sept , 11-12 and ami dramatic selections, and the
A. Ditnifl w-n elected program will dose with a short
President; M. E DaliufT, was plac farce given by members of the
Conferm ce fonilsi Eastern Star. The very liest talent
were appropriated to fix lip the in and aliout Coquille will be on
properly in Pmndou.
A. D a UCFE- tJje program.
K n n ^ t L s c J iia d e
which are not toys, hut good time keepers.
fu rn itu re and
Coquille City, Oregon,
BOOTS AND SHOES
CLOTHING, DRESS GOODS,
SHITS AND RUBBER BOOTS.
Readymade Clothing a Specialty
O rd ers ta k e n fo r
a r tic le
“ SM ALL
P R O F IT S
sto ck .
«(T IC K
S 1 I .K S ."
Our buyer is constantly in the market, an l take* advantage of a
low prices, and we cannot be undersold. Our purpose is to keep the best
of all lines of goods, and our prices will be as low as the maikets and
the quality of goods will permit.
All customers may bo assured of fair
and honest dealing.
W . T. K E R R ,
M a n a g e r-
E. J. Leonard, M. D.
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Who tied the oow’s tail to his log in the process of milk- *
ing, said she had not dragged him over two miles beforo *
he raalizod he had ma le a inistako.
H o ’W
M u c h , r a r tlx e r
Must you be draggsd before you realize you aro making a «
mistake in not using Electric Lights.
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The Palace Barber Shop,
M Me Do quid Proprietor
T. H. MEHL k CO'S expert
testing new Guns nnd Ammunition.
Equipped Shop in Coos County
Hot and Cold Baths.
O O Q tJI L L E
Only First-Class Work.
C I 2 E O -O 3 s r
A Rood stock ranch o f 320 acres.
Good new honse nnd two bnrns.
Fine water. Largo orchard. A-
bout 2,000,000 feet of timber. On
East Fork. H alf cesh,
$ 6 0 0 House and one lot uenr business.
Pays 10 per cent interest on this
$ 4 0 0 0 830-acre farm near Norway.
120 acres cleared. 00 acres plow
house, two barnes, outbuildings.
0 acre orchard.
fenced. Home saw timber Fine
water- Good place for stock and
Good business property 1 block
boarding or lodging house. Put
at this price thnt it mav be sold at
$ 3 5 0 10 acre tract o f bench land near
town, lays fine, sloping toward
south, extra fine place for fruit,
chickens, etc. No improvements,
Don’ t miss this chanoo.
$ 2 0 0 0 170 acres four miles from town,
■ #5 acres unimproved bottom, bal
ance hill, f»0 acres being good tira-*
ber, 20 acres hill slashed. Fair
ho one, good water. Mttat be sold
O. C. SA/NFORD
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C O Q U IL L E C IT Y , O R E G O N .
Afine corner business property
House nnd 7.1ots in Itiverton. A
2 An® residence lots, close in, A
Fnir house and 2 lots in Nosler’ s
Addition. Installment plan.
320 acres good timber land near
Sumner. Look this up.
New 4-room cottage and 4 lots,
near business. \ good buy.
Neat cottage and 2 lots near Aoad-
emy. Cheap at this price.
house nnd barn. 3 lots, 2 in
bottom, bearing fruit trees.
8 fine corner lots, flno view, boat
building site for sale m this city.
$ 5 5 0 Good 6-room honse and 1 lot near
Academy. A nice home.
It is imjfossible to describe my list in this
column. If yon are looking for a good
piece o f pr-'pettv r»t n r< isonnblo price, I
can certainly ho *, you.
nt houses and farms and
do nil kinds of agottcy busin s.s. Come in
aod -ee me > fore buyi r
I cqp s/jyp von
DOLL A US,
R e n ts H o u s e s and F arm s. D o e s a
G e n e r a l A g e n c y B u s in e s s .
Jg0*Office— Dp-stairs near Postoffice.
/New Drug Store,
i GEO- A- CHURCHMAN, PROP
Si GENERAL LINE OF CHEMICALS, DRUGS, PATENT f t
MEDICINES, DRUGGISTS’ SUPPLIES
TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.
Having had many years of experience in this line
we are prepared lo give all the
best of satisfaction.