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About Coquille City herald. (Coquille City, Or.) 188?-1904 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1904)
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Valentines at Kannmatz's.
Rose burg I m * a Roosevelt dab.
Flour, Floor, Flour, at Ray’s.
$10,00 Chamber Set at M. H
Horsey’a for a guess.
Fresh liome-mude bread at the
Jud^e Harlocker had business at
Baudoti on Saturday.
Cow boy Hate for hoys and Girls
the latest at Mrs. Noslers.
Mrs. J. D. Benhntn of Fairview
has been in tht city for some days.
Rev. S. B. Hollenlieak o f Fair-
view was trading in town last week.
F ora grand bargan in an Irving
Fiano--ns good ns new-apply at this
J. L. Bean, of Parkersburg, mnde
our city a flyiug visit one day lust
A ll K in d s
Finest table salt at P. E. Drane’s.
A full line of Hats & Caps at
F ob SALE-—Good ns new baby Mrs. Nosier 8.
buggy, at this office.
Eastern and borne cured bam
Good ten in bulk at 25 ceutn per aud bacon at Rays,
ponud nt F. E. Drane’s.
E. H. Noar, of Myrtle Point, has
Cull at the New. Feedstore tor busiuess in town today
whent and chicken feed.
Knowlton has extra fine onion
i i t ' sets, 2 pounds for 25 cents.
Three " papers
1 \ n ai io
. I k 0/1A rv\ I ra ea
Our t town
10 cents, at Knowlton s.
school mams, Examination tomor-
F or R ent . -A neat little farm row.
near town Apply at this office.
The De Laval is THE separator,
For first-class commercial job and 8. M. Nosier, Coquille, the
printing, apply at the H kiuld agent.
J. M. Riley, of Riverton, made
Attorney Chase, of this city, our office a call this morning while
went to Myrtle Point on Friday uti iu town.
For fine cigars go ts the New
Do you ever go to Marshfield? Drug Store, Dr. G. A. Churchman,
If you do aDd don’t go to the Broil proprietor.
Mr. Holliugsworth of Gold Beach
er you will miss it.
passed through Coquille eu route
Mrs. Mary Nosier, our FroDt to Bandon last week.
street merchant, made Marshfield
Albert Ba-klow, of near Myrtle
a short visit last week.
Point, was among the county seat
seat visitor yesterday.
It you want first class boot and
shop repairing done, call on C. B.
Leep, Front streot.
J. S. Kanematz has received
onion sets for early planting. Get
your order in at cnce.
J. F. Cox, o f Baodon, returned
yesterday from a visit o f a few daye
with friends at Marshfield.
A t KNOVILTON’S
Shave W hile You Ride
piije Watches and
CRAS MOOMAW. Frop
Finest Stock in Coquille Valley.
Fine Cigars. Nuts, Candies and Tropical Fruits kept in con~
Special attention given to repairing of
Kiuds of Valentines at
The National Separate Leaf Tab
lets at the New Drug Store.
Fontilla, aDd the leading brands
in cigars at Mrs. Nosler’s.
Give us a call.
The “ CLYDE’
Tlie Reliable J
WILSON JEWELRY CO..
It you are thinking of putting in
a separator this season you should
consult S. M. Nosier at once.
Li very fe e d Stable
G. W. Martin
Mrs. Will Grunow, of Portland,
started lor her home on Thursday
after a visit of several weeks with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
The best Boston Gum Boots for Dean.
$4.25 at Ray’s closing out sale.
Mrs. W. H. Sehroeder, of Arago,
Onion sets at Knowlton’s.
Ex who has been quite ill ever since
tra fine, 2 pounds for 25 cents.
the burning of their store several General feed and livery business, hauling and delivering.
Messrs Webber and Morgan of weeks ago, is better, but still con
furnished on short notice.
Corner First and Hall St.
Fishtrap spent Sunday in the city. fined to her room.
For a big bargain in three fine
Guy Lattin, of the Cook ranch building lots in this city, call at this
on South slough, was in town Wed office.
Valentines at Knowlton's.
H er aud offi M p'loue No. 105.
nesday in tearch o f fresh dairy
J. D. Bonham of Fairview was an
Have your shot's repaired at C.
H ’irdy Mast, of L p p , was in town cows.
over-Sunday visitor at the county
B. Lee p’s.
the last o f the week
W. W. Wilcoxeu, the teamster seat.
Try the Olympic Self rising pan
Have you registered? If not you has tine Wood for sale— full teers
W. A. Goodman will go anywhere
cake flour at P. E. Dranes.
should do * at once.
at $150. Leave orders with R. B. in Coos cuunty to move your house
Ladies’ Gent’s and Children’s
g ’ or 8 ‘ e— A small farm one mile Ray.
Mackintoshes at Kerr & Go's.
Call at this office.
The Christian Church of Myrtle
Rev. J. J. Haudsaker visited Bea
Meals lit all hours - day or uight
Anyone wishing to go into busi ver Hill last week, preachiug there Point, has filed articles of incor
— at the Broiler tu Marshfield.
He will preach poration.
Fine Hammrless shotguns from ness can get a bargain of R. B. Ray.
there again on the 19th.
Carolina Rioe Flakes for mush
$25 to $50 at T. H. Mehl & Co’s.
Order yourself a pair of tine
The latest song is: order your or puddings—something new— at
Born.— At North Bend, Feb. 1. boots or shoes made at C. B. Leep’s.
music of Cbas. Gr sseu Musio C o , P. E. Drane’s.
1904, to Mi. and Mrs E. W. Faby,
You can buy AVoolen or Cotton Marshfield, Oregon.
Victoria aud Keystone sewing
uederware for your Boys & Girls at always on hand, sold at ^ off
machines at the furniture store 01
Fresh Oysters in shell Eastern Cost. At Rays.
For those popular and powerful Ellingson& Jacobson.
and Olympia— at the Broiler in
Kerr & Co’s, is the place to get remedies. Liquid Electricity and
Hay and grain for sale at tbe
your suits of clothes for men, A LL H EALIN G O IL , put up by
New Feedstore, on First street.
Mrs. Bertha Nodine, the candy youths, and childreu.
Wm. Oddy, call at the New Drug Mrs. M. H. Webber & Son Props.
maker, hakes fine bread for sale.
Flour, roled barley, shorts aud store.
Give her a trial older.
Attorney Geo. P. Topping, of
bran, the best in town and as cheap
If you expect to build this spring
had business in town a
as the cheapest at R ay’s.
call on W. A. Goodman and get
day or so the middle of last week.
Knowlton sells three papers of
Miss Lena Holoomb, of Myrtle
Did you hear of the fire in Co- northern grown garden seeds that prepared to do your work on short
Point, has been engaged to teach a
quitie? Well sir, it began last Sat have been thoroughly tested, for notice.
five-months term of school at Arago.
urday and is stdl raging. It broko 10 cents.
Robert A hr, the ttaveliug tinuer
J. L. Stauff of Marshfield is the
out iu Ray’s store, and while it, has
Golden Washing Compound, for aud repairer of agate and copper
not damaged the immense stock at which Mrs. Lottie Davis 19 agent, ware, umbrellas, etc., is uow in this guest of his sister Mrs. Sinclair.
all, it has burned prices down to can be had by calling at Strang's place, doing a rushing business in He will have for California about
the lowest notch.
James Clinton, of Norway, has
Tlie steamer Elizabeth aud three
■Full B to o k of choice garden seods
choonors arrived in the river ou back from a trip to New York, purchased the 20-acre farm of
in bulk, at Knowlton’s.
James Dunlap, of that place, pay
on Saturday, and the Chico got in whither he went on business con
nected with the settlement o f the ing $3000 therefor.
R. P. King and J
. A. Collier vis t his morning.
estate o f tho late F. C. Kinnicutt.
ited at Bandon Inst week.
Alfred Johnson, the sawmill mao,
J. B. Fox, the second-hand mao,
F ob S ale .—O ne-half jersey cow returned Thursday from a business
Mr. Leonard who was quite ill went to Marshfield Friday with a
visit of several weeks at San Fran
last week is much improved.
carload of scrap-iron which he fresh in March, aud 10J tons clover
cisco and other California points.
E. W. Dean, of Myrtle Point,
Write F. L. Summers,
F or S ale .— A tine roan Durham
went to Bandon on business Friday-
Rus Johnson is preparing to Marshfield, or W. B. Smith, Fish-
bull, 5yrsold, good for breeding
Jesse Coleman, of the North erect a large and fine residence on trap,
purposes, or serviceable as a work
Fork, bad business down tins way his property on Spurgeon hill. A.
S. L. Curry came up from the animal, Euquire of H. E. Wilcox,
C. Lukins will be the builder.
saw mill Friday feeling somewhat M cKm ley.
E. W. Fahy came over from North under the weather, having a mod
E. W. Dean, of Myrtle Point has
J. H. Harbison, an expert butter
withdrawn from the Coqnille Valley Bend yesterday, aud as a matter of ern case o f grip with whioh to and cheese maker, arrived here from
course, wore a very broad smile. wrestle for we hope, a short spell
Gresham, this state, last week aDd
It is a fine boy and is getting along only.
Have you tried Mrs. Nodine’s
is looking for a situation or loca
fresh made candies?
If not, you
Dr Horsfall, of Marshfield, was tion aa_a dairy farmer.
Messrs. Philpot and Johnson, called over last week to see little
should do so at once.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A . Yoakam Jr.,
painters from Marshfield, passed Ralph, youngest child of Mr. and who came up from their California
through to Bandon yesterday to Mrs. T. A. Walker, who has been stock farm last week, are iu town
Attorney L. A. Roberts, o f Myr
paiut the large building recently very ill for several days, but is visiting with Mrs. Yoakam’s par
tle Point, started last Friday for
erected by Col. Rosa.
much bettor now.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. 0 . Lukens.
San Fraucisco, where he goes on
Shoes for James, stockings for
The Misses Nellie Dement and
Mrs. L. R. Edmunds came up
Sallie, a dress for Sue, gum boots Mattie Huling, of Myrtle Point, went from Baudon last Thursday en
Rev. D. M. Click, a German Bap
tist minister lately arriving at Myr- for Dad, outings for Mamma and to Bandon yesterday to cateh the route to Marshfield to take the
popcorn for the kids and groceries steamer Elizabeth for San Francisco steamer Aberdeen for Portland
tly Point, has organized a singing
for all at the fire— Ray’s.
where they go for a visit for about whither she goes to visit relatives
class in that place.
MrB. W. B. Smith, ot Fishtrap, a month. They were accompanied and friends.
Dr. Preutis, the Marshfield den
visited her pareots, Mr. and Mrs. by the Misses VanDecar as for as
Mrs. Alex Stauff and sod , James,
tist, will be iu Bandon from Feb
returned from Marshfield yesterday
ruary 5th to the 27th. Parties hav- j
La“ b ’
thj * JCÌ‘ y’ laat ?.eek’
After conducting a rousing re- whither they h a l gone to accom
ing denial work to be done will while she attended the meetings
at the South Methodist church.
viyal at the South Methodist pany Willie Stauff, that far on his
please write early for time.
E. C. Roberts, chief printer on church for the past two weeks, way to California where he goes od
W a s t e d . — Knowledge of a Life
Presiding Elder E. L. Fitch start a trip for his health.
Insurance Company, which writes a the Mvrtle Point, Enterprise, start
ed for his home at Oakland. There
A recent letter from dowD the
definite contract of insurance, which
has been a deep interest manefested coast furnishes the information that
combines the peculiar and special California, where he expects to be
in the meetings. Boveral accessions th t o were four inches of suow on
advantages contained in the poli absent for two or three months.
Mrs. B. F. Crow, of this city, being made. The meetings will be the ground, aDd also that there were
cies of the Mutual Benefit Life In
continued by Rev. Reagan.
several cases of smallpox in the
surance Company, of Newark, N. J. took her departure for Portland on
Perry, son ot Johu and Margaret vicinity of Bagnel ferry, the whole
A i Y r a i O / v r , M. D. , Local Agent.
! physicians concerning her health. Bonewitz, died at bis home in New- family of J. F. Lowery having just
Mr. Crow will join her later, and burg, Oregon, Jan. 29, 1904, aged recovered.
29 years and 29 days. He had been
will probably locate in the valley.
R, O, Kirkpatrick, of this city,
a sufferer most of his life but bore ié manufacturing an absolutely
I am indeed closing out.
it patiently and moved on through waterproof blacking for harness
People are coming from far and grower, has arrived from Salem life with good courage.
He was a aDd foot wear, of which a great
and will take charge of the hop
near to get into the jam.
consistent member of the German many o f our loggers are taking
i yard of J. B. Moomaw, near Arago.
Baptist church and liyed a beauti advantage, and which it would pay
It is a rush and a hurry to see
Moom8W • Hn • ,
He was united more to do. It is simply perfec
who will be next.
farmer and does not do things by ful Christian life.
readers, Ray believes in halves; therefore Ins experiment in marriage to Birdie Lushbaugh, tion for boots which are to be used
Dec. 7, 1900, to which union one in mud aud water,
advertising, blit has not the time to ¡0 bop-growing in Coos county,
son was born.
Deceased was a
write locals now.
Frank B. Allen, H. Lyman and
Rut go in and see-bow readily he
Mrs. George Sehroeder, who has resident of this place until about a
Walter Skelton, of New Jersey,
or one of his lady or gentleman
weeks at her year ago when he moved to New- were in town this week enroute to
clerks will wail on you.
, old home, that of our late J. C. burg.— Enterprise.
Mr. Allen has bought the
Laird, is moving to Tenmile where
De Laval Repai ators have shown Xichenor tract of land near Eckley,
I her banband will superintend the then: Super io n ty^iv.T^their makes which is said to have rich deposits
I the Lake creamery the coming of Separators since their invention
property was purchas
50 large men to hoy underware j season for L. J. Simpson. He will and will continue to do so until of coni,
at tax sale by anotLer party
also conduct a store in connection. time Bball be do more. I placed ed
26 machines in ‘ he Coquille valley (infl there pronii8e8
^ some live-
last season pollm g down almost jy litigation before the matter is
every kind of Separator including gfittl(,rl . Enterprise,
the U, 8. Omego aDd Sharpies T n -1
The Bamfon schools iu com pli
bular, only naed a few months
o f tbe com-
which can be bad for a song. Cat
alogue o f De Laval Separators for mtttee od educational exhibits for
tbe asking. I am also agent for the St. Louis Exhibits have for
all kinds o f dairy aDd creamery warded a collection c f sea-shell,
machinery, the famous Worcester agates, starfish, aud many other
curiosities gathered aloDg the ocean
salt. Tbe salt that salts.
beach. Works of art, decorated
S. M. N obler .
with shells and agates, prepared
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.b y the pupils, Specimens o f draw.
The city of Baltimore, Md., has ¡Dg( photographs o f the school aud
been almost entirley destroyed by j claasee, and regular daily class
The loss will be as much as work constitute a portion o f the
j Bandon exhibit.
The'“ DISPATCH" BABBERSHOP,
Coquille City, Oregon
The committees in charge of the
Episcopal entertainment given last
Saturday evening wish to express
their sincere thanks to all who so
kindly assisted them in any way.
The town plat of Ocean View ad
dition to the city of North Bend
was filed by the North Bend
Commercial Co. on the 4th inst.
This ia_& beautifully laid out plat of
30 large blocks with broad street
and allies and will doubtless be val
uable property in the near future.
Feb. 22 is the date set for a
Grand Patriotic entertainment to be
givsn by the publio school in the
interest of the school library. Every
parent and every child should see
it, hear it and get a renewed en
thusiasm for our country and the
Stars and Stripes. At Masonic Hall
Monday, Feb. 22 at 8 o’clock p. m.
Reserved seats 35 cents, general, 25
ceDts, school children not engaged
in the program 15 cents.
C O U N T E R
S Ice Cream,
Finest Luu ch Goo
Cigars and Tabacco.
W . T . B U R TO N , Prop.
Front Street, Coquille.
W. T.Kerr & Go.
The ladies of the Guild of St.
James’ Episcopal church of this
city, gavo an entertainment at Ma
sonic Hall last Saturday evening for
the purpose of raising funds with
which to improve the interior of
thoir church. There was a large
number of people in attendance
and we feel quite safe in saying
that all were highly entertained.
who participated in the
entertainment demonstrated the
fact that Coquille City has plenty of
home talent of a high order and
We should be
pleased to comment upon and com
pliment sepal ately each one of the
participants, but as there were
twenty or more, in all, we cannot do
so, but we do wish to say emphatic
ally, that each and every perform
er in the musical, elocutionary and
comedy part of the entertainment
rendered his respective role in a
manner that showed careful study,
due appreciation aud large ability.
The music and recitations presented
were of high order, and the comedy
wne both refined aDd exceedingly I
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This is the first enter
T H E
tainment ever given for the benefit
of St. James' church, but should the
ladies of the Guild give others in
the future, we feel assured that
they will be largely attended.
— — DEALER
PROVISIONS, DRY COODS,
GROCERIES BOOTS AND
• SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
FLOUR and FEED.
LATEST STYLE IN
DRESSCOODS, LADY'S CLOTH, FLANNEL,
IM L A -IS T
Who tied the cow’s tail to his leg in the process of milk- «
ing; said she had not dragged him over two miles before *
he realized he had made a mistake.
H o ■w
P artn er
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R E A Ii
$ 15000 One
of the finest
Must you be dragged before you realize you are making a •»
mistake in not using Electric Lights.
f firms In
4000 A Rood furm o f fiO acres and
large list personal property.
Deprives You of Your
One of the best 27-acre dairy
places on Coquille river,
Show your love for the one who
is gone by providing a monument
worthy tlie memory of that one.
A large monument or a small
marker, whichever you choose at
his place/w ill show the’ best judg
$ 350 10
trnct of bench land near
town, lays fine, sloping toward
noath, extra fine place for fruit,
chickens, etc. No improvements.
Don’ t miss this chanoe.
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fln® *?-aore farm near Arago.
Mostly rioh bottom, all improved.
First-class house and two new
barnes, other buildings and con
veniences. A model dairy ranoh.
Moat be sold aoon if sold at this
Nioe residence property, d o se to
Two of the be st resideuee lots
A residence property that is dirt
164-acre place between Bandon
8 acres bottom
cleared. balenoe beneh land
black soil, good house aud barn.
House and one lot near business.
Pays 10 per cent interest on this
$ 1250 Good business property 1 block
boarding or lodging house. Put
at this price that it mav be sold at
Two nioe corner lota
Two oorner bottom lots.
Two fine lots
ment of first-class designers ami
M A RSH FIE LD , OR.
COOS CO. MARBLE AND GRANITE WOR
F. M. Stewart Prop
/New Drug Store,
GEO- A- CHURCHMAN, PROP
GENERAL LINE OF CHEMICALS, DRUGS, PATENT
MEDICINES, DRUGGISTS’ SUPPLIES
TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.
near the tchool-
T v o lota 'nicely located.
Halfblock of aii fine lota.
Aline oorner hnaincaa property
It ia impossible to describe my lilt in this
oilnmn. If yon are looking for a good
pieee of property al a reasonable price, I
ean certainly anil yon.
Remember, I rent booaef and farina and
do all kind, of agency bcaineaa. Come in
and aee me before buying. I can aave yon
Having bad many years of experience in this line
we are prepared to give all the
best of satisfaction.
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