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About Coquille City herald. (Coquille City, Or.) 188?-1904 | View Entire Issue (May 24, 1904)
Christian Church Notes-
G o o s e b e r r y pies will* soon be
CHAS. E. DIETZ DEAD.
Fine butler oubes at Fi h's, at
2C cel Is.
ready for picking.
K krald office phone No. 105
The memorial sermon before Gen.
Pioneer Citizen Passes Away Sunday.
Full stock of choice garden seeds
C ihi *! able Dlnckcrtiv. had busi
Lytle Post G. A. R-, will bo deliv.
Finest tnble suit at I*. F.. Drnnc s. ness iij. this wav lf>t Tnesjay.
in bulk, at Ku iwlton’s.
Charles E. Dietz, one of Coos ered at the church at 11 a. m., next
\Yr. T. K bit A C". k**ep the Me-
Knowlton hn< extra line onion
A B. Dal,, the machinery inau,
County’s most honored pioneers, Suuday. The theme will be “The
was over from the bay Friday.
passed away at his home in this Law of Life.’’
W. H. Neely, of Fnirvicw, « ns in
The National Separate Leaf Tab.
Ed Doyts and -foe Sumerlin «ere
city Sunday morning, May 15, 1901,
The prayermoeting will occur on
in from the North Fol k yesterday. j lets at the New Drug Store,
dropsey being the cause of death.
Thursday and the choir practice on
VV F. Keller, of Arsgo, bnd
Fur all kinds of faucy drasstrim-
F ob S ale — A small farm one mile j
He was born in Lindon, Germany, Friday this week. There will be u
business id town YVeduesday.
Call at this office. mitige, go to Mrs. Moon.
July 30, 1829, and was 74 years, 9 union choir practice Saturday to
Mrs. F. P. Norton, o f Marshfield,
U n de Joe Hudson is preparing
mouths and 15 days of age at the prepare memorial and decoration
B o r n .— At Arauo, May 19, 1904,
came over by Friday’s train. •*
time of his demise.
When two day music.
to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schroeder, fora trip down into Carry county.
years of ago his parents moved to
Glenn Cox. of Baudon, bad busi a son.
J. A. Rad&baugh, of Arago, was
The aid society will meet nt Mrs.
Baltimore, Md., where ho remained Goodman’s Thursday. The atten
ness at thb county seat on Friday.
Ed Hadsall, Democratic nomi iD towuiloiug business Wednesday.
until 20 years of age. Being strong- dance at the Sundayschool was the
Miss Esther Yager, of BaDdon,
G o to Mrs B. Nodine, Pharmacy nee for surveyor, was up to towD
Fine watch repairing.
I f the other fellow
lv’ impressed with the advantages largest it has been this quarter, last
visited friends at Norway Inst week.
building, for frpsli homemade can Friday.
of'tho West, ho joined the tide of Sunday. Tbe children are reading
can't mahe your watch run bring it to us.
J. J. Curran, the Myrtle Point
E. D, Myers, o f Lee, is in town
immigrataon and became one of the a story two yards long this week.
J. L. Krouenburg was up from
many thousands who were then
The experience social at the Acad
Is Lando, of Marshfield, made
Parkersburg between boats ou Fri
pushing toward the gold fields of emy was a remarkabe display of in
W IL S O N J E W E L R Y CO.
He embarked on a genuity in earning money, and of
is in town visiting some o f her Wednesday.
schooner by was of Capo Horn and odd coDceitB in the relating of tho
Fora grand bargan ¡ d an Irving young friends.
For fine cigars go to the New
Piano—as good as new-apply at this
New goods at the New Drug j Henry Baux, the gentleman who after a voyage of four nnd one half experiences. Miss Inez Thompson
E. B. Price, the Riverton mer Drug Store, Dr. G. A. Churchman, Store.
1 is to operate the steam laundry for months on tho sea arrived at his received the prize for the greatest
chant, was np to town between proprietor.
Henry Quick was over from the Nosier & Lyons, arrived with his destination in 1849, where engaged amount of money earned, and Miss
S a l e . — A neat and good boats on Friday.
Carolina Rice Flakes for mnsb junction yesterday.
wife by the last Elizabeth, and is in mining until 1855, when ho came Kom- MulVoT fo i the most uniquo
two-borse buggy, Apply at this
For a lovely home in the Spur or puddings—something new— at
making good headway in getting to Coos county. He returned to experience.
geon addstion at a great Bargain, P. E. Drane’s.
tbe latest at Mrs. Noslers.
the machinery iu place. These California in 1868 but only remain
The Berean club is tho gainor by
A fine lot of cows for sale at the apply to Jacob Croy.
The Cluny, or Band laces, the
Try the Olympic Self-rising pan people are highly pleased with ed one year, when he again return bj several new members.
Henry Clemens place near Parkeis-
the prospects as well as the ap- ed to Coes county nnd has since re
Kerr & Co’s, is the plaoe to get very latest thing id trimm.ngs, at cake flour at P. E. Dranes.
“ Amos, tbe Herdman Prophet.”
Mrs. D. R, Lewis, of the North pearence of tbe country and onr sided in and about Myrtle Point.
yonr suits of clothes for men, Mrs. Nosler’s.
will be the subject of the evening
Deceased was married to Mary E.
summer climate. They are recent
E. A. Adams, o f Myrtle Point, youths, and children.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sackett, of Fork, was in town yesterday.
sermon next Suuday. There are few
C- Timmons, the cannery raau, ly from New Zealunl, and find Wilbur, iu 1868, and the result of
was among Coquille’s visitors yes
men more beautiful, clear and force
C. E. Broadbent, the Myrtle this city, have been somewhat in started for Astoria yesterday.
ful in style than Amos, nnd his mes
Point creamery man, bad business disposed of lute.
who, with his wife, survivo him.
them of that section.
F o r 8 alb .— A good young cow
sage was timely when he spoke it
W. A. Goodman will go anywhere down this way Thursday.
Leigh, the two-year old son of
fresh about a month. Enquire of
and is timely now. You are cordial
in Coos county to move your house
George S. Davis, the Norway C. A. James, Coquille.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W, Davis, of this
ly invited to be present at this and
creamery man, was lu to see us
Sec the beautiful Handkerchief city, passed away last Tuesday at William, Samuel, Gustavus, Lizzie, all other services.
C. M. Hermann,of Myrtle Point, Thursday while in town.
Corset Covers, handmade, at Mrs. 10 A. M. after a brief illness from Grace and Johanna.
Marshfield Friday on business con
was among our county seat visitors
indigestion. Little Leigh was an
The deceasod had been in poor
Uncle Jerry Haynes, o f Myrtle nected with bis office.
For fine carpet and rag weaving exceptionally bright child, the idol health for the past five years and
Point, droye down to this city Fri
Attorney J. T. Hall of Marsh
A fresh supply o f fresh oranges day and greeted old friends.
field, visited the county seat on
Thu first of the league games was
family. The funeral took place at Chas E Deitz, not a word o( liana
and bananas just reosived at Croy’s
The G. A. R. services will begin business last Wednesday.
the Christian church the following could be said. He was a man of played Sunday between Norway
at 10 o'clock instead of 9, as stated
and Myrtle Point, Norway carrying
A. L . Ball, o f Engene, and A. H.
or without board at H. F. Thomp day, being conducted by Rev. high character and moral worth off the laurels by a score of 15 to
Dick Houghton, o f near Norway, last week, at the M. E. church.
Brown, of Oakland, registered at
was in towD Friday, getting some
consigned to its last resting’ place Funeral services were held at the 13. The boys on both sides carried
Mrs. Moon, the milliner and Hotel Coquille on Thursday.
Mr. ana Mrs. Jamas Mars and in the Masonic cemetery.
It will grave yard Monday by Rev. D. H. themselves manfully throughout
dressmaker, keeps all kinds ot Hue.
Wilbur Hoover, now engagd at children, of Bandon, wore up to
people Hare, a large number being present the game but Norway was too much
E. S. Dean, of this city, R epub
the oil wells below Bandon, visited towD Saturday.
lost an 18-year-old son by drowning to witness the last sad rites over for its antagonist.
lican caudidato for assessor, made for dresses.
friends up the river last week.
C- B. Keep has added a floe during the high water in March, the deDarted pioneer citizen and went off very peaceably and was en
Coos bay a visit last week.
Miss Anua Logan, of Bar,don,
Knowlton sells three papers of stock of boots and shoes to his thus it would seem, bringing upon friend.— Myrtle Point Enterprise.
joyed by a large appreciative crowd
Beautiful flashlight pictures of thn visited friends in town last week, northern growD garden seeds that harness business.
who expressed their delight by the
To the above may be added that
Sacajawen entertainment ou sale at including Mr. and Mrs. W. A. have been thoroughly tested, for
There was a nice hosecart came trouble at this time. These worthy ho was one of the organizers of tho volley of cheers as tbe one or tho
Graves’ galleiy on, Front Sheet.
over on Friday’s train for the Ban parents have the sympathy of the Myrtle Point brass band, tho pion other would get in the lend.
Arthur Elliugson, our furniture ! R. M- Morgan, a late arrival from
These are all homo boys ou both
W. H. Gamble, the North Bend don fire company-
eer band of the county, which was
man, made a business trip to California, has rented from W. B. market man, was over this way Fri
Place orders for cake or mid
a feature in all leading public sides and their efforts and successes
North Bend last week, returning ! Rohrer, a portion of his place near day on the hunt o f some fat sheep night suppers at Thompson’s Ba
amusements, aud which swelled the will bo greatly enjoyed throughout
“I bad a bad case of piles,” says strains of patriotic airs at the fourth the season.
kery and Restaurant.
G. F/Carter, of Atlanta, Ga ., “ and o f July celebrations for many years.
Next Sunday Norway and South
I have buyers tor farms. I f ! F. W. Bnrker came up from Riv
Mrs. Frank Willard has been
Burt McDuffee, of Parkersburg,
consulted a physician who advised
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Fork will play on the Myrtle Point
you want to sell, list with roe or '
was iu town a day or so last week, very ill for several days, but is
me to try a box of DeWitto’p Witch
Gustav Schultz and James M or ground whore all the games will be
write for particulars. Horace,Grsu, 1 view to see his parents oud other transacting business nnd visitiug improving at last accounts,
I purchased a box rison started for the mining section played.
friends, the same day.
Heist Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.
with his father and brother.
Miss Nellie Crenshaw writes Co- and was entirely cured.
It is of the upper South Fork where
W. H. Mast, one of the employes
Geo. Laird, for some time a tire,
Geo. Goodrich is up from Park- quille friends of her safe arrival in splendid for piles, giving relief in- they will do s-iine good prospect
man on the locomotives on the rnil- on the government dredger at Coos oisburg and is busy moving his fam Grants Pass, en route to California. atantly, and I heartilj- recommend
ing. Mr. Schultz is a scientific
road, came home Wednesday for a bay, was over to this city yester ily iron Cunningham to Johnson’s
For a neat little Studebaker it to all sufferers.”
DeWitte’s prospector and miner aud we hope
Tho pupils of Miss Latouretto
lay off during the slack times.
day greeting old frieods.
inch, as good as new cal! Witch Hazel Salve is unequalled
mill, where they will reside in ths wngon,
to hear some good results from will give a recital in Masonic Hall
on J. A. Seed, or at this office. A for its healing qualities.
Eczema their work.
The Chas Gvissen Music Co., future.
S. P- Pierce, Republican nominee
Wednesday evening June I, to
and other skin diseases, also sores,
for joint representative for Coos Odd Follows’ Building, Marshfield,
which the public are cordially in
Bert Gould, depoly surveyor, is
W anted —A position as cook cuts, burns aud wounds of every
and Curry counties, passed through headquarters for Pianos, Organs now possessor o f a diploma as a
vited. Admission 25 cents.
our city last week, looking after and everything in the Music line.
surveyor from the International for man and wife iu logging camp, kind are quickly cured by it. Sold plans for houses and haras. He is proceeds to go towards paying for
hotel or lestnurant.
Enquiry at by R. S. Knowlton.
his political interests.
John N. Luke, of Bandon,solicits Correspondent Schools, of ScrnD.
prepared to do your work on short the new Academy piano. Look for
a fuller announcement next week.
Karl Goodman, the efficient clerk your trade in brick laying nod
F. P. Norton, of Marshfield, visit
in thostoreof Ed RaekletT, at Lang- carpeute ring also cleaning and re-
F. L. Lord, representing the K
lois, made Ids parents, Mr. aud pairing sewing machines. Rates L. Polk A Co, publishers of the ed Myrtle Point several days Inst
The usual services will be held
week, returning Saturday, joining
Mrs. W . A. Goodman, o f this city, reasonable.
Oregon nnd Washington! Gazet
next Sunday morning and evening.
bis wife at this place.
a visit of a day or so last we»-k.
11 and 8 o’clock. -A ll are cordially
Pick heads die results from a teer, made onr office a short busi
invited to attend.
Fred Tuttle, of this place, who disordered stomach and is quickly ness call on Thursday.
amounting to $2.50 or more of W
MRS. M. NOSLER, Prop.
baa been in the employ of the rail cured by Chamberlain's Stomach
F or S ale .— T en dairy cows, one T Kerr A Co., will he presented
roed company nt Marshfield for end Liver Tablets. For sale by R. Jersey and Holstiue bull, new De- with a McCall pattern free
pome time, retuned home last week S. Knowlton.
Leval aepprater, four roileli cows
We carry a complete line o f Fashion
M essrs Hazard, Lawrenc* and
and will remain for the preseut. j
Rev. R. A. Reagan will be in his and other dairy utensils. Enquire Perrott returned from their trip to
able Trimmings Dry and Fancy Goods,
The Coast Mail installed a now pulpit next Sunday 11a. m. aud 8 f A. J. Barger, at E. D. Myers’ Astoria whether they had gone to
type-setting machiue - a Simplex — p. ni. as this is the fifth Sunday alt place, uear Johnson’s mill.
ittend the I O. O F. grand ledge,
last week, and the parties who will ■ me invited who have no services
Dr. Prentis, the dentist will be in in Sunday.
Notions, Fruits, Confectionery, Cigars
start the new daily, the Post, nt \ in their own church.
FUndon May 28th for a short stay j Burt Seal called our attention to
North Bend, have received a sim i Any one wishing to take a con- As this will be his last trip this) some strawberry leaves, from his
ilar machine, and we presume we
tract for the slashing of brush on season those having dental work to vines t.hnr are the largest we have
may look for a copy of the Post in |
tiie bottom near Johnson’s mill, lo will do well to write or call early ever seen. They measured five and
An Elegant Line o f China Ware.
a short time.
one fourth inches in width and cer
will do well to cnll oil J. T. Jenk for appointments.
R. D. Hume who came up from ins, on the J. C. Laird plaoe.
Miss Georgia Randlemnn,
of tainly indicated
We haue the Justrite G. D., Long Hip,
Gold Beach by the gasoline sch oon -'
Parkersburg, returned yesterday healthy growth of the vines.
Miss Dell Fox came over from
er Berwick, came over Thursday
from Norway where she bad beeu informs us that the prospects for
She will not
Straight Front Corsets.
from the bay accompanied by J. S.
to see her uDcle, J. L. Raudleman, berries in keeping with these vines
return to the Mail office hut will
Coke, Republican nominee for
who has been quite ill for several and leaves, are good.
G ood’ sound wood, full tiers
be with the Evening Post, the uew
joint senator, with whom he return
days, but who i6 better now.
,T. A. Devaul, of Norway, was in engths to suit purchaser.
daily to be started at North Bend.
ed to Curry county overland on a
E. E. LaBrie, of Douglas county, town yesterday, on his way to Ban Leave orders at th eHERALDoffice
F or S ale . — 1 3-year-old Heifer,
came dowu last week to look nftpr don. He informs us that his son
$20 00. Two Cowes 4-year old 25 00
W anted . —Knowledge of a Life |
his interests here, being associat who was so uufortnnata as to re
each, sound and gentle, and giving
Insurance Company, which writes a j
ed with D. G. Beale in developing ceive a bullet wound in his leg by
Deprives You of Your
a large flow of milk
April test of
definite contract of insurance, which 1
the large Beale tract of bottom accident several days ago is get
milk 3.8 Address, A l W illard ,
combines the peculiar and special,
lands across the river from town.
pected bat has, in addition to his REAL
advantages contained in the poli
Show your love for the one who
Mr. Rouse, the Riverton coal other affliction, a genuine case of
Miss Irene Lamb, o f this city,
cies of the Mutual Benefit L ife In
minpr, was no to town yesterday
is gone by providing a monument
$ 900 Honse nnd two. fine lots in good
surance Company, of Newark, N. J. returned Tuesday evening from iud informed us that he is gerting tnnmps.
worthy the memory of that one.
G. T. Robinson, of Fiehtrap, who
W alter C ulin , M. D., Local A gent Milton where she put in the last
long nicely with the mine he is
$ 800 0o<xi b<«o"e, barn and four loti in
A large monument or a small
school year attending Milton Col
opening on his own account. He
A. B. Dean went to Myrtle Point lege.
Her manv young friends
samples o f barley— two kinds, $2750 Far ni tare and box factory,
whichever you choose at
expects to have a very fine article
last week and purchased of E . N.
will be pleased at her return.
and- beardless— which
thriving town in western Oregon,
will show tbe best judg
of coal on the market iu a abort
Smith, of that place, two boilers and
good machinery, good location
were grown on bill, or beoch land,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Nosier, who time.
and doing a good business. This
ment of first-class designers and
an engine which will be added to
which will serve to show what can
is a bargain.
the power plant of the little sawmill have been absent in California and
Capt. O. Reed, o f Norway, who be done on the up-lauds of this
House and one lot near busi
east of town being enlarged aud put the Willamette valley the past has been somewhat under the
ness, rents for $5 per month.
in shape by him and Mark Sharrard. ! year, returned Wednesday, com weather for somewhat under the specimens and would do credit to
Any reasonable offer gets this
These will give them about three ing in overland by way of Rose- weather for some time, weDt to the finest bottom lands.
Nice small plaoe of 8 acres near
times the power they had had here bnrg. We are glad to see these Marshfield Saturday where be will
Those that want photographsl
town, well improved, 4 acres fall '
tofore, aud will make the mill cap old friends among ns again.
be treated by Dr Horsfall.
He viewing done, old pictures copied
bearing orchard, balanoe pasta re ‘
able of turning out a considerable
and meadow. Good eyoporator. M ARSHFIELD, OR.
R. B. Ray went to Bandon was accompanied tois far by S. L. and enlarged, or anything in my
This is a good investment.
quantity of lumber.
Thursday to catch the steamer Lafferty.
Telephone, Main 238.
line will do well to call at an early
Fine small place o f 11 acres
Oor frieud, R. M. Hayter, who Elizabeth by which he goes to San
town, fair buildings.
Floyd Boggses will arrive from date as I expect to leave here for
One o f the finest farms in
b is been absent for the past three j Francisco. He goes to San Fran Portland this evening to visit with the valley some time in the coming
years, for the most part in AI bbks , cisco. He goes to Sau Bernardino, his moter, Mrs. R. A. Reagan. He Jane. Court House, School, oth
Ono o f the best 27-acre dairy
Fri lay and proceeded) California, where he will join Mrs. has just completed a coarse at the er pictures aud views for sale.
places on Ooquille river.
down the river the same day to; Rny and other members o f the Portland Business College and at Call aud get them while you have
10 aore tract of benob land near
town, lays fine, sloping toward
see bis aged father at Bnndon, as family. He was accompanied by the coDclnsion of bis visit here will the opportunity.
W ill complete
extra fine place for frnit, 2?
Master Lisle. return to Portland to enter the em all work before going.
well as other relatives.
Dick is Miss Maud and
chiokens, etc. No improvements,
quite enthusiastic oyer the resour
T. L. G r a v e s .
Nioe residence property, close to
ploy of a mercantile house. —
ces .and opportunities in Alaska ¡ d that state and if Dot successful, Rosebnrg Review.
Two of the best rosidenoe lots
and expects to return there id the will return to Kansas
in the city.
Ladies of Circle are requested to
future. Ha has spent some time; Vermillion went by the same boat,
A residence property that is'dirft
in Washington and Montana dur- bat will go to Pasadena for the pillars are to be seen in tbe or meet nt G. A. R. Hall in Robinson
GENERAL LINE OF CHEMICALS, DRUGS, I’ ATEi
Two corner bottom lots.
minutes time with a coaloiled torch 10:30 a. in., to march to the Chris
MEDICINES, DRUGGISTS’ SUPPL1F.S
properly applied would rid these tian church to attend the memorinl
TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.
Two fine lots near the bob uni
trees of this nuisance it should be sermon by Rev. Handsaker. Com
attended to at once. They are in rades be prompt.
C ommittee .
$ 300 Two lots’ nicelv located.
clusters yet and are easy gotten at.
Again on Monday May 30th at $ 000 Halfblock of six fine lota.
Mr. and Mrs. John Offield, of 9:45 at same place will meet and
Afine corner business propertv
Cunningham, have sold their march to M. E. church where a $2800
It is impossible to describeniv list in tit
splendid place near the county short program will be rendered and
farm to Albert Betty«, of Fairview, av address by Rev. W. H. Myers ojlum n. If yon ara lookinu for a good
pieoe of property at a re tuona ble price, C
Having had many years of experience iu this line
and will goto California during the after which we will proceed to dec
can certainly suit von.
we are prepared to give all the
summer to see if they chd find a orate the last resting beds "I fallen
Heineinbei, I rent hons^s and farms and
best of satisfaction.
location which snits them better comrades and friends. Everybody do all kinds o f agency business. Gome in
than this. They will try Lake is invited to take a part and to end see me before baying. I can save yon
These are good brin" plenty of flowers f,>r decorat golear *.
O. C. 8\NFOKD,
people and we are sorrv to lo»» ing port""*'»
B v ' Rl'EM o r CO M M flTE K
Largest stock, low prices,
a 20 year filled case guar
anteed at $10.50
THE N E W STORE,
COOS CO, MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS
F. M. Stewart Prop
/New D rug S to re .
GEO- A- CIIUKCIIiMAN, PROP
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