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About Coquille City herald. (Coquille City, Or.) 188?-1904 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1903)
Finest tutilc wilt at P. E. 1 »rune's.
Elepant stock of Chinaware fur
Christmas at HerseyV
Try tlio Olympic Self-rising pan
cake flour at P. K. Draties.
Felix Hull, o f Riverton, had
business in town on Thursday.
Ladies! Hare you seen Mrs.
Batch’s new Millinery goods.
Robert Clinton, of the Point,
greeted friends in town Friday and
Anyone interested in harness
should drop into C. B. Leep’s new
shop and see his fine stock.
Robinson's is the place to buy
The real Hnveland China at
Good ten in bulk at 25 cents per
Eastern and home cured bams
pound at P. E. Drane’s.
and bacon at Rays.
New d 'lv s go als to suit you just
J. C. Lett, of Arago, had business
opened a*. Mis. Nosler's
iu town yesterday.
Sep the grand premium offer
A whole carload of fine airtight
with gum at Mrs. Nosler's.
Writing tablets, pons, pencils stoves to select from at T. H. MtLi
! A Co’s.
etc., at the New Drag Store.
For fine cigars go to the New;
Go and see the fine china dishes
for Christmas presents at Mrs. ! Drug Store, Dr. G. A. Churchman, i
HOLIDAY G O O DS.
Japanese Art Goods, Haviland
AN E LEGAN T STOCK
Fine Watches, Rings, Etc.
Wilson Jewelry Co.
Finest Laach Good
Choice Confectionery, Fig Wafers,
Cigars and Taboca».
Frank Miller and daughter, of
Victoria aud Keystone sewing
i F isbtrap, were iu towu shopping , muebiues at the furniture store o f
' Elliugson A Jacobson.
lianematz has received his first I For choice early thorough bred I
A nice line Groceries at Drane’s.
C. C A. Notes.
j consignment of Christmas goods Buff Leghorn pullets enquire of S - 1
A fine line of Cigars just re
Front Street, Cdqaille. j
j Go and see them.
L. L afferty , Norway Oiegon.
The Academy address at the Lit
ceived at Mrs. Nosler’s.
Tex Robinson was in town yes I A large assortment of men’s
F or S ale —A first-class No.5 by-
Something new in the Avay of tle Church was well attended. The
terday, having about recovered youths’ and boys’ suits just arrived
Academy choir was mostly boys and
drollic ram with 250 feet of pipe Stove Blacking at P. E. Druue’s.
trum bis attack of neuralgia.
at G. A Robinsons.
young men, sugesting the darkness
Inquire of W. 8. Holcomb Coquille
Leno Aplique, Macrime Lace, city.
Just receiyed an entirely new
of tbe night and the neglect of the
giving turkeys at P- E. Draue’s
line of Misses’ and Ladies’ caps, Organdie and many other summer
j dress goods at cost at Mrs. Nosler’s
very swell goods, Mrs. Nosier.
Three new students entered
M. E. Church, Siuth, has been
F or S ale . A fine farm team, a Monday,
Frank and Joe Fish
holding a series o f meetings at this
mare aud horse, weight about. 1000 have entered the Commercial class.
place during the past week.
lbs each. Appiy to J. D. Myers, Maud Wright, of Beaver Hill, en At the angle of the street, in North Marshfield.
The latest song is: order your Coquille
tered the sixth grade.
music of Chas. Grissen usic C o .,
In order to close out that line, W.
John Edwards, of Johnson’s mill,
T. Kerr A Co. are making a clear is quarantined for the present. We
always on hand, sold at ^ off
ance sale ot hardware aud loggets' hope the quarantine will soon be
Miss Icy March has recovered tools, etc.
raised and that he will soon be in Also furnished rooms.
MRS. J. MUL KEY, Prop
from her attack of diphtheria and
He was the only absent
Gsorge Barre, of Bandon, had his place.
no new cases having developed
business up the river last week aud on Monday.
oui scare on that account is about
Mrs. La whom and Miss Ethel
greeted friends in this city the lat
at an end.
Boone, also Rev. Haberly, visited
ter part of the week.
.A . S p e c i a l t y .
Sweater Week at the dry goods
school on Monday. Visitor's are al
I f yon want a Morris Chair,
A nice line of candies at Hersey’ s
Nice line of Table covers at Mrs. counter o f M. H. Hersey’s Store. Mandolin, or in fact any other ways welcome.
Closing out a large assortment of
Work in all departments is pro
nice premium, go to Mrs. Nosler’s
Try that mince meat at the Nosler’B.
Sweaters at bed Rock prices to
The steamer Chico sailed from make room for holiday goods that and buy a 5 ct- pack of gum aud gressing nicely. Warm discussions
sometimes arise in our advanced
Call and see C. B. Leep’s new Bandon for San Francisco yester is expected every day.
In Grecian His
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stock of goods.
Tommy Prewett, of Parkersburg, tory we are studying the poets and
Lovelv assorted apples, Bell
Ladies remember that Mrs. Nos Flowers and K ing o f Tompkin’s was up to town yesterday. He was philosophers.
For a first class smoke, go to
In American Class
ier keeps The McCall Patterns price County for present use and winter looking fiue, and complains of feel ics we are nearing the most inter
esting part ot Franklin’s Autobiog
varieties for later use. Leave your
Mining location notices at Dry- 10, and 15,cts.
ing the summer.
The B Class are studying
den’s, the Job Printer.
C. R. Leep, our harness mnu, order for apples with M. H. Her-
A. J. W ilson, ot this city, who “Evangeline.” The arithmetic class
Closing out sale o f hardware at
returned last week from a visit es are wrestling with some of the
Arrangements have been made
W. T, Kerr A Co's.
with a daughter iu Seattle, wag ac most difficult problems. The Com
Fine Hammrless shotguns from
companied by bis son, Don, who is mercial class commences reciting
lent cup quality,
25 cents per
$2-5 to $50 at T. H- Mehl & Co’s.
well acquainted here, having lived Commercial Law this week. Those
quille team and that o f Marshfield.
pouud aud up, at Kauematz’s.
Avho get an even start will finish
in this place a few years ago.
FOR S ale —Nine bull calves. In
This promises to be a good game,
The Prosper Mill Co. has lately
quire of W. W. Wilcoxin, Coquille.
Mrs. Pickering, of Portland, pas that subject this term we hep«..
and all admirers of thé sport shoold
good deal of interest is manifested
added a new engine to their power
A now line of Gents Ladies and plant which will materially increase
her return home after a pleasant in the lower grades. Some kinder
childrens under wear
at Mrs. the output of the mill.
F or S ale .— A small place of 2J
at Banbon with her mother, garten work has been introduced
acres in north edge of town with
J. T. Jenkins, and grandpar among the smaller children which
Foa S ale . — My entire crop of ap
is to them amusing and profitable.
I f yon have not tried the Great ples - about 1001) boxes of good plenty of small fruit newly fenced ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hayes.
w'th good improvements and a good
All-Healing Oil, go to the New quality—at a bargain.
The lecture on
Address cow, 2J tons of hay and 30 young
N. C. Medley was down from Ideals,” by Prof. Anderson, will be
Drugstore at once and get a bottle. John Gilardi, Rivertou, Or.
Apply to Ben Crow, Co Johnson’s mill last week feeling postponed for one week as the time
If you want to see something
somewhat indisposed, has develop set is too near the Thanksgiving
Mrs. Dr. Snook arrived from her quille City.
light pretty, go aud take a look at visit of several weeks with rela
ed a case o f smallpox aud is quar festivites to satisfy some vvho may
Capt. Harvey James and Chief
Kauematz’s Christmas ChiDaware, tives and friends in California on
antined in the old house back of
Eugineer Chas. James resigned the mill and is getting along nicely. chance to be away at that time.
Choice vacant lots, residence the Alliance, Saturday evening.
their respective positions on the
property and htn-un-ss bouses for
Johnny Buckingham, o f Bandon,
If troubled with wfth a week di steamer Welcome the last o f the
sale at prices that will surprise gestion *ry Chamberlain's Stomach week, which will be tilled iD futnre who has been out to Mariou county
J. J. S tanley .
and Liver Tablets They will do you by Capt. O. R. Willard and Engin to visit his brother, Gus, passed
M s. J. J. Handsaker has a mo
through town yesterday on his re ment > of the war whioh she prizes
Charley Feller, of Bandon, re good. For sale by R. S. Knowlton. eer Alex Sunday.
turn home. He reports Gas aud
turned home .Saturday from a visit
Woman’s Friend—The groat
Cut this out and take it to R. S. family well, and the red-beaded yery nighly. It is a picture of the
of a day or so with bis sister, Mrs. Golden Washing Compound, for
tattered flag with which the 39th
Knowlton's drug store and get a baby as doing finely.
Hoover, of Myrtle Point
Ohio emerged from the Rebellion.
which Mrs. Lottie Davis is agent, free sample of Chamberlain's Stom
H. C. Bryant o f Bridge, who has The emblem bears little reaem-
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J. W. Maxwell, notional bank in can bo found at Strang's Empori ach and Liver Tablets, the best
spector, of Tacoma, was here to um.
physic. They cleanse and invigor been down looking after bis log blance to the beantilul flag with
ging interests, dropped in and made whioh the regiment entered the
day and inspected the First Na
Mrs. V. M. Sugg having came ate the stomach improve the appe us a short but pleasant visit yester war. The picture is a gift from
Who tied the cow ’s tail to his leg in the process of milk* —
tional Bank of this city, aud re up from the cutup the last of the tite and regulate the bowels. R eg
day. He informs us that but few her anole, private J. A. Smith of
ports all right.
ing; said she had not dragged him over two miles before ®
week and has moved into one o f ular size, 25c. per box. Sold by R. S. logs baye gone to sea, there being Co. K.
he realized he had made a mistake.
Miss Lncia Sperry of this city Joe Blpdsoe’s cottages near the Knowlton.
only 130 to be found on the beaob.
who went to attend school at Sau end of Moulton street bridge.
M. H. Hersey has jnst received
Fine line of late dress goods just
H. C. Moore aud H. C. Hughes
Rafapl, California, a short time ago,
George ' Winchester, of Marsh bis canned fruits and vegetables succeeded iu landing R- J. and A. in at Mrs. Noslers.
Must you be dragged before yoa reslise you ere meking e Z
lias been ilia few days, but it is field. •atue over yesterday and pro and will bp II Standard Tomatoes at
B. Dean’s boiler and engine at tbe
mistake in not using Eleotrio Lights.
hoped will not prove serious.
ceeded on a trip to the lower at 10 cents or three cans for 25 and place that is designed for it to run,
Thomas Carey who has bfen at river where he will visit Mr. and the very best Tomatoes extra se tbe latter part of last week. It was
this place with the Pacific Furni Mrs. James Waistrom, of Parkers lect grade two cans for 25 cents. quite an undertaking with the
Peaches and Strawberries the best roads in their present condition.
ture aud Lumber Co., for the past burg,
Myrtle Point, Or.
select grade 20 cents per can, and On several occasions the grade
few mouths, returned to Port Or-
Foit S ale a t a B a rgain — One
other vegetables and fruits accord
ford for residence yesterday.
extra-huge Universal Steel Range
threatened to let them go down tbe
mountam side and it was with no Satisfaction Qnarantced in every case.
J. W. Savacool, who spent the suitable for camp or hotel use.
Tbe high waters o f the past little difficulty the job was accom.
About ten stands of
last three mouths at Port Orford, j Nearly new.
having gone down to do some pros - 1 Bees in patent Langstroth hives. week have brought out several plished. These gentlemen deliv
pecting iu Curry county, returned 1 Inquire of Charlie Lesuini, River thousand fine logs from the upper ered a large donkey at the camp of
river aud tributaries, there are the Moon boys on the North Fork
He did not find what ton, Oregon.
many more to come. It was re a day or so before.
he expected but will go again some
The GREAT ALL H EALIN G
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-% ^>B est Equipped Shop in Coos County.
ported that something like two
time in the future.
OIL, put up l>v Wni. Oddy, of this
Choral Union Notes.
thousand had gone to sea, but this
Hot and Cold Baths.
Only First-Class Work.
Miss Sumner, special organizer city, os well as the OO-RO-NA
proves not to be the case, as
The Choral Union is now spend
for the order of Women of Wood-j Medicator for catarrh, are kept on
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125 to 150 will cover the number ing most of its time rehersing music
craft, is iu this city on a tour of sale at the New Ding Store. These
$ 5000 A fine 40-aorofarm near Arago.
inspection of lodges aud looking
First-class house and two new
Mrs. Nettie Stevenson has been music for the union service will be
after opportunities for new organ should be in every house.
barnes, other buildings and con
suffering from an external oblique
veniences. A model dairy ranoh.
izations. It is expected a circle
Young Mr. Brynn,
Must be sold soon if sold at this
inguinal hernia during the last six
«ill be organized at Bandon.
been behind the block in P. E.
years, and last week it came down did musical program is assured. We
"lbm ud by an Oath,” to be play Drone's market foi the past month and
A first class small dairy farm of
and still need re-enforcements, especially $ 2600 30
acres near Arago. All fine river
ed in Myrtle Point. Nov. 28th. 1908 or so, having eootiuned his trip strangulated, after a long and ted in the male voices and altos. Lovers _ _ _
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bottom. 20 acres nnder onltivation
is inakiog splendid progress. The to Portland last week, left a vacan ious operation yesterday it was re of music can still join the “ choral'’
barn and other
realistic special scenery, especially cy which is now being filled by duced by Dr. Leonard of the Cali and secure a winter'a training iD the
who moved to fornia Co-Operative Medical Com best class of music.
arrauged music and specialties Wm. Clegboru,
a«res of fine bottom land on
consisting of dancing and sing-| town with his wife last Saturday. pany.
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the Coquille river, all in one
The patient is now doing
mg by the best talent procurable
This is the best bargain in land
At the special meeting of the well.
offered in this valley, and will
will make this, pipy,, “ the feature directors o f the
be sold soon.
Two of Bandon’s popular young
of the Season.”
Creamery held last Saturday, Geo.
people were married at the home of
W aited .—Knowledge of a Life T. Moulton was elected busiuess
the bride’s parents in Bandon on ■— _»■ lots near the Aoademy. two
Insurance CotnpaDy, which writes a manager to fill the place made va
The Myrtle Point church decided
definite contract of insurance, which cant by the death of W. H. Erdice.
nice place of 9 acres, 2 miles
last Sunday to accept the generous Rev. Adolph Haberly pronounced $ — 1 2 0 0 A
from Marshfield, part bottom.
combines the peculiar and special Mr. Moulton is quite well acquaint
Nioe young orchard. Good build
offer of a lot from one of the profes the beautiful ceremony uniting tbe
advantages contained in the poli ed with 'he affairs of the creamery
ings and fences. Place is partial
sional men of the citv, to secure a hearts and lives of R. M. Holman
jfiPOffice— Up-stairs near Poetoffice.
ly cleared. Fine list of personal
cies of the Mutual Benefit Life In aud well qualified to til! the posi
tent for meetings this winter and to and Miss Lena Patterson, both of
surance Company, of Newark, N I tion.
After the ceremony a
ranch. Fine chance.
secure plnos for a church to be com Bandon.
W altkii C cun , M. D , Local Agent.
Prof, Anderson, principal of oar pleted by the first Sunday in Sep- bountiful supper was partaken of $ 600 House and one lot near business.
■ ■■■ Pays 10 per cent interest on this
by the invited guests.
The pipe for onr iiew water e s- school, i ailed at onr office a few j tember.
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t.-in being ready a test wss ma le days ago and shewed us samples of
The minister expects to occupy
$ 1250 Good business property 1 block
today which allows that 'h - pres, draw ng by Ine higher classes in ' the pulpit next Sunday. Sunday
boarding or lodging house. Put
auie will be between 90 and 100 out s.*ho >1 which shows a wonder (school, 10 a. rn.; preaching, 11 a. tn.;
In accordance with President
at this price that it may be sold at
pound.i to tne square melt on ful degree of improvement, as al j 6:30, Y. P. C. E.; 7:15, song service; Roosevelt’s proclamation, a thanks
Front street! With a good set of so does the writing of the lowef 7 :30, “ Christ’s Words on Some giving service will be hebl on thanks $ 350 1° acre tract of bench land near | ,
hose and a well-drilled cunpany to grades.
Our schools arp doing i Phases of Modern Life.” Special giving day. According to our pise ■.... — town, lays fine, eloping townrd i 1
sonth. extra fine place for fruit, !
handle tbpm, we will be able to good work this winter and ont-sid- | music.
J. J. H andsaker .
custom of bolding union services
chickens, etc. No improvements, ! !
combat with the fiery fiend to pret ers moke no mistake in coming to
Don’ t miss this chance.
mid rotating among the ehuiches,
ty go. d advantage.
Coquille for school advantages.
! the si-rvir- s will be held tbit, year at % 3000 Aflne corner business property I ]
GENERAL LINE OF CHEMICALS, DRUGS, PATENT
tbe Presbyterian church, and lb v.
House and 7 lots in Uiverton. A I
MEDICINES, DRUGGISTS’ SUPPLIES
The services at the Preshpterian i .1. J. Hund.-.ik« r will lie tbe preacher M 5 0 genuine bargain'.
TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.
church next Sunday arc ns follows: for the day. A committee of one
Fair house and 2 lots in Nosler’ s I
$ 400 Addition.
Sunday school, 10 a. m.; preaching lady from «ji.cn ..hux-ii will be n|>-
by the pastor at 11 a. ra. aud 7:30 pointed by the leveral pastors to %
Neat cottage and 2 lots near Aoad-
at this price.
p. m.; Christian Endeavor meeting form a union committee on Benevo
Fair house and barn 3 lots, 2 in
6:30 p. ni., MisB Ruth Todd leader. lence or Charity. A thunk offering $ 500 bottom,
bearing fruit trees.
All young people are most cordially will
thanksgiving g grrf) 3 fine corner
U»eu st the
lots, fine view, best
invited to attend. The growth in 1 serrice to relievo any ease of distress
— building site for sale in this oity. |
attendance at tbe young people's o r p o v e r t y th at may nrino «luring th e
It is impossible to describe my list in this
Having had many years of experience in thia line
meeting has been most gratifying, com ing. winter.
Merchauts a n d ' c ^DrQn’ ^ yrtn nre l°°king f°T * flood
we are prepared to give all the
passing the fifty mark last evening. o th e r s nre r e q u e s te d to n o t ify this , P1« » of P.^P"1» «» «re.wn.bl. price, I
best of satisfaction.
A aernion appropriate for young «■ummittee ns to w h at provisions ! cl<" ” 'r,a'n|Y *0,t y0«-
people will he preached next Sunday they will supply for this p u r p o s e . M| klml, nf
bn.tMWI. com. in
All are welcome to our ser- , T h e n a m es o f the committee w ill b e ; nnj gpr, mt, hvfore buying- lean save you
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p u b U a h ed n e x t w eek.
W . T . B U R TO N , Prop.
l^nowlton’s “ tore
M ea ls S e rv e d in the B e «
C u lin a ry A rt.
S t y l«
Drugs and Druggists Sundries,
KErçrç & go .
PROVISIONS, DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES BOOTS AND
SHOES, HATS AND GAPS,
FLOUR and FEED.
LATEST STYLES IN
DRESSGOODS, LADY’S CLOTH, FLANNEL,
M.G.Pohl, Dr. ^Optics,
Highest Grade Lenses. The Palace Barber Shop,
M McDonald Proprietor
O BEO O V T
C O Q U IL L E C IT Y , O R E G O N .
R enta H o u se s and F a rm s,
G en eral A g en cy B uslnei
/New Drug Store,
GEO- A- CHURCHMAN. PROP
Levi Strauss o
C o p p e r-riv e t e d