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About Coquille City herald. (Coquille City, Or.) 188?-1904 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1904)
The very finest Valencines laces
Try the new restaurant in the
at Mrs. Nosler’s.
H erald offioe phone No. 105.
Fiesh bruad always on bands at
Persian Ribbons, in biautifutde j
Finest table salt at P. E. Dranc's. signs nt Mrs. Nosler’s.
1 the Davis restuiant.
New goods nt the New Drug
Mrs. Moon has two sowing ma
Leave your order for pie and
chines for sale cheap.
cakes at the Davis house-
Fine butter cubeB at Fish’s, at
For all kinds o f fancy dresstrim-
Plumbing and Tin work a spec
mings, go to Mrs. Moon.
T. U. M eul A C o .
Don’t forget the 30 days sale at
G. VV. Moody, a late arrival from
P. B. Hoyt, the Bandon barber,
The Dalles, was in to seo us yester
was up to oar oity yesterday.
VV. T. Kerr & Co. keep the Mc
Mrs. C. R. Gablcr was in town
Mrs. C. L. Moon’s millinery store
B. 11. Haskins is painting his doing some shaping yesterday.
will be open after 7 o'clock every j
house with 8. W. P.
F or B ale — A small farm one mile evening.
Call at this office.
Albatross in all colors, 50c per from Coquille.
Fine watch repairing.
I f the other fellow
S eeth e beautiful Handkerchief:
yard at Mrs. Nosler’s.
F o b S ale . — A neat and good two- Corset Covers, handmade, at Mrs.
can’t make your watch run bring it to us.
Champion Mowers and Hakes. horse baggy. Apply at this office. Nosler’s.
T. H. M ehl & Co.
R. E. L. Bedillion, the Bandon \
Spectacles anq eyeglasses.
Walter Drane has gone to Eden
“ Round Hill” Strawberries speak Valley to be absent two or three hotel man, greeted friends here
WILSON JEWELRY CO.
for themselves at Robinson’s.
Henry Clemens, of Parkersburg,
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Carolina Rioe Flakes for mush i
B orn .— In Coquille city, June 20,
was up to our city yesterday.
or puddings—something new— at
For pretty embroideried Lace
“Capital vs L a b o r”
! 1904, to Mr, and Mrs. C. W. Angell,
P. E. Drane’s.
F ora grand bargan in an Irving j a son.
Hose go to Mrs. Nosler’s.
Piano- - as good as new-apply at this
The Cluny, or Baud laces, the
“ Capital vs Labor,” played by the
Cow boy Hats for noys acd Girls
very latest thing in trimm ngs, at
Empiro Stock C o., was the attrac
13, 1904, to the wife of L. R. R ob Mrs. Nosler’s.
tion that drow a good house at the
W. A. Goodman will go anywhere erts, a daughter.
Try the Olympic Self-rising pan Odd Fellows’ Hall here last night.
in Coos County to move your house
C. B. Leep has added a fine
Anyone in need of good split red stock of boots and shoes to bis cake flour at P. E. Dianes.
It was the first evening of tbe three
I cedar posts, should oall on— Smith, harness business.
For fine cigars go to the New nights’ engagement to be filled by
B orn . — At Bandon, June 13,1904, j near the Acacemy.
F or S ale . — A good young cow Drug Store, Dr. G. A. Churchman, the company and as an introduc
to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Garfield, a
tory, mot with the general approval
about a month. Enquire of proprietor.
of all who attended.
“ Capital vs
| your suits of clothes for men, C. A. James, Coquille.
Labor” is a well laid drama, blend
Good meals at popular prices at youths, and children.
Simplex Separators, easiest clean apply to Mrs. K. Holverson, of ing quite successfully the romantio
the Davis restuiant— at the old
Bert Seal’s strawberries can be ed, lightest running and closest Parkeisburg.
with the pathetic, as a body and
T. H. M ehl A Co.
found at Garten’s or Thompson’s skimmers.
The Davis resturaut is now run sandwiching just enough of tbe
This is the week to can “ Round restaurants, at any time.
E. C. Roberts and Ross Deyoe, ning in good shape and is ready to humorous, witty and ridiculous as
Leave orders at
a trimming to appeal keenly to the
Bert Hollenbeck, the delivery of Myrtle Point, made our town a cater to the public.
man, will receivo and deliver goods dying business visit on Thursday.
Dr. J. C. Snook, dentist, will pay taste of all classes. The enthusing
A. L.Neely,formerly of Fairview,
Dr. Prentis, the dentist, is at his regular professional visit to plot which is laid in an eastern city
for the Coqnille Steam Laundry,
has located in town, having inoyed
and pictures a great strike of the
Bandon. Call on him for work at Bandon, Monday July 11th.
Warren Laird, head sawyer in once. He will not be there long.
in with bis family last week.
union iron workers is well handled
Johnson’s mill, cut the thumb of
At the annual school meeting of by the Empire Stock Co. Some of
Mitchell Wagons, Myers’ Hay
his left band quite badly yester
this distnet, held yesterday T. J.
Carriers and Harpoon Forks.
VV. U. Douglass, of Marshfield had Thrift was elected directed for tho actors are well known to the.
atre goers of this city, having ap
T. H. M eiil A Co.
business at the county seat early three years, J. J. Lamb retiring.
peared on the Marshfield stages
County Commissioner J. J. Clink- week,
Beautiful flashlight pictures of the enbeard. of the bay side, had busi
The Chas, Grissen Music Co., with other companies in the past,
Sacajawea entertainment on sale at ness at the county seat last Wed Levi Heisner, the Marshfield livery
Odd Fellows’ Building, Marshfield, and easily won the audience at the
Graves’ galleiy on, Front Street.
man, went to Myrtle Point the latter headquarters for Pianos, Organs outset.
part of the week to look after and everything in the Music lino.
School Superintendent Bunch
Miss Snell, as Margaret Comp
Mrs. II. T. Thompson and daugh
went to the bay yesterday on one ter, Eunice, wont to Myrtle Point business interests at that place.
C. F. Tuxbury, the insurance ton, is deserving of much praiso for
o f bis regular tours visiting sohools. Wednesday for a visit of several
W anted . — Man and wife lo work maD, representing the Mutual Life, her grace and ability.
on ranch as laborer and oook at o f New York, was down from Myr ridge is an actor of much experience
For a neat little Studebaker days with friends.
$40 per|montb- Call at the H eral tle Point for a little while yester as is demonstrated by his versatil
wagon. 21 inon, as good as new cal!
I have buyers tor farms. I f
ity in handling the character of mill
on J. A. Seed, or at this office. A yon want to sell, list with me or office or address J. E, Quick, Par day.
write for particulars. Horace Gran,
If you expect to build this spring played his part with an easy, hap
W a n t e d —A position ns cook Heist Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.
call on VV. A. Goodman and get py-go-lucky style of nature and won
meet in the north room of the Phar
He is his audience instantly by his con
for man and wife in logging camp,
Dr. Preutis, the dentist, is now macy building, Friday, June 24, at plans for houses and barns.
hotel or restaurant.
Enquire at at Bandon, and all parties desiring
prepared to do your work on short scientious work and his scene with
2 p. m. All members ars requested notice.
Polly, the country girl, as played
work in bis line should not delay to be present.
E. S. Barzee will be in Coquille
Miss Bessie Lucky, of Portland, by Miss Palmer, kept the audience
Among the special features to be arrived here Saturday and is mak. in a continual laughter by their
on July 3rd, 4th and 5th with his j
Mrs. Robert Tyrrell, of Arago,
fine Canadian bay horses, Dewey went to the bay last week and took seen in “ Faust or Why Women Sin,” iug her aunt, Mrs. Marshall Mc unique, sly love making.
is tho great transformation scene of
the steamer Alliance for her old Faust passing from old age to youth Donald, and other relatives and Hoffman as Cinders was a charac
friends a visit.
ter well deserving mention as one
E. S. Barzee went to Langlois home at Eureka, California, for a by the aid of Satan.
to portray. Her dancing was
last week with b is tine Cana
Job cost, not gallon cost is the Southern Oregon
dian Bay stallions, Dewey and
Co., returnd highly appreciated.
Auyone having in their poses- true index to paint economy.
zie and Mr. Avery both won their
sion law books belonging to the VV, P. is always lowest in job cost. from a busiuess trip to San Fran share of favor. On the whole the
cisco by way of Rosebnrg rnd Myr
For sick headache take Chamber library o f tbe late C. L . Moon, It lasts longest too.
entire company made a very favor
tle Point last Tuesday.
lain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets will kindly return them to Mrs
able and lasting impression upon
T. H M ehl A Co.
W a n t e d .— Team o f young, heavy Marshfield theatre goers and no
and a quick cure is certain.
L o s t . —Between this city a n d horses; safe, sound and true to
sale by R. S. Knowlton.
doubt will be greeted with crowded
Chas. and Bessie Mulkey went Myrtle Point last Friday, a38cal- pull. Address,
houses during their stay in our city.
Any lady buying adress pattern to tho bay last week aud will iber revolver. Finder will please
S. W. U pton ,
— Coast Mail.
amounting to $2.50 or more o f W stop awhile with their father dur leave the weapon at this office aud
T. Kerr A Co., will be presented! ing the balance o f bis term of receive reward.
Don’t confuse the dates of other
with a McCall pattern free.
Early R isers
Our sawmill under the the man shows, as “ Faust, or Why Women
Henry Holm, the popular meat
John N. Luke, of Bandon, solicits agement of Messrs Kerr and Sny Sin” will appear in the Opera
Tho famous little pillo.
market man of Marshfield, came your trade in brick laying and
der is doing a good business, run House Wednesday, June 22. “ Cap
over by yesterday’s trniD and pro carpentering also cleaning and re
ning on full time “ and then some,” ital versus Labor,” Tuesday, June
ceeded to Myrtle Point on busi- pairing sewing machines. Rates
filling orders which are rushing in. 21 .
For Sale, — a large gentle Dur
V. N. Perry, o f this city, started
Judge Schroeder wns down from I Sick headache results from a
ham and Jersey Ball, 4yrs old. on Saturday for Tillamook county
Arago yesterday aod informs ns disordered stomach and is quickly
good for breeding purposes, or as where be goes to visit his daughter,
that the brick plant will be ready cured by Chamberlain's Stomach
a work animal, guaranteed sound. Mrs. Sam Morris, and husband ns
to begin moulding bricks in a few aud Liver Tablets. For sale by R.
A l W il l a r d ,
well as many old-time friends, he
having lived in that section in an
The electric sword duel in the
Will Albee, of the Fish trap
Three of the most famous dramas early day, however, it has been
shinglemill, bad the misfortune to j dark in defense of a sister’s honor in tho world, endorsed by the press about 37 years since his last visit to
gat his hand against the saw one is a novelty to be witnessed in the
and pulpit, and the people every that part.
day laat week and received a severe production of “ Faust, or Why where, will be seen in the Opera
Mrs. R. A. Iteagon, accompanied
Women Sin.” Opera House, W ed
House Monday, Tuesday and Wed by her danghteis, Misses Alberta
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lorenz, of
nesday evenings, June 20, 21 and and M y■ tie Boggess, o f Rosebnrg,
arrived in this city from Rosebnrg
of Bandon, accompanied by Mrs.
Clarence Jones, youngest son o f 22 .
C. M. Skeels, of this city, went to R. 8. Jones, of the P. F. A L. Co.,
on Thursday afternoon, coming in
Johney Simmons, son of J. G. with George Martin’s rig. They
Bridge by Wednesday’s train, and of Los Angeles, arrived here last
will visit Mrs. Fred Nosier.
Thursday from Berkeley, where he Simmons of Johnson’s Mill, who will spend about six weeks with
has been absent for six years,
Mrs. Fred 'Slagle, o f this city, had been attending school, and traveling considerably over the us before returning to their home
in Douglas county.
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returned last week from her visit
coast, returned last week and is
to Medford, where she haa gone to
Mrs. A. H. Mulkey has received enjoying a visit with the family
a e » » t b .M i s f i i n<‘ .
see her mother who was ill, but the sad intelligence of the death of and friends here.
who was much improved at her her aged father, J. L. Cbenoweth,
$ 9 0 0 0 The best hotel proposition in
Southern Oro«on, Growing town.
E. T. Kruse, of San Francisco pensive. Occasionally life itself is
which recently occurred atMedlcine
Doing fine basineRS.1
I have a few school pictures left Lodge, Kansas. Mrs. Mulkey ex builder and owner o f the steamer
never be wrong if you tako Dr. £ 2 0 0 0 Fine farm of 21 acre« ne ar Oo-
on hand which I will sell at half
i ■■ quille.
All bottom, good im
King’s New Life Pills for Dys
price if parties want them.
Call future and bring her mother who is river and San Francisco, camo up
on that steamer on her last trip up,
$ 9 0 0 House and two fine lots in good
soon if you wish to get any of them. 80 years of age, back with her.
i ■ ii location.
and was in town yesterday escortod or Bowel troubles. They are gen
T. L. G raves .
To the members of tbe Califor by Col. R. H. Rosa and Adam Persh- tle yet thorough. 25c, at R. 8. $ 8 0 0 Good house, barn and four lots in
— —- fine location.
“ Faust, or Why Women Sin” is a nia Co-Operative Medical Co., at baker, of the lower river. Mr. Knowlton’s Drug Store.
drama that is always welcomed by I Coqnille City: Dear brothers and Kruse is well pleased with the
Furniture and box factory,
thriving to-wnin western Oregon,
the church-going people of every sisters, I will endeavor to oome country.
good machinery, good location
nation, as it teaches a lesson moral- \ up there in the near fntnre and
and doing a good business, This
H. Holmes and E. M. Briedwell,
is a bargain.
When once seen it is never straighten all thiDgs up and make
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Alexson
orgotten. Opera House June 22.
and one lot near busi
have taken charge of the Riverton $ 5 0 0 House
ness, rents for
made on behalf of oar company.
county, are in this section taking a
hotel. They are good reliable peo
Any reasonable offer gets this
Dr. Colin returned from bis trip
D r . J o h n L. K e l l e t t . look at the country and enquiring
ple and will give the best of satis
to Portland Saturday evening. Ow
into onr resources and advantages
Nice »mall place of 8 acres near
faction to their guests.
On last Thursday about 3 p. m. in a general way.
ing to a little breakdown and tbe
t own, well improved, 4 acres full
roughness of the road be left bis the Woodward residence at Arago hope they may see fit to cast their
We are informed that the River
bearing orchard, balance pasture
and meadow. Good eyoporator.
totally destroyed by fire. lot with us and become real Co- ton saw mill will resume operations
automobile at Remote and procued- was
This is a good investment.
ed to Rosoburg by stage. Tbe j Tbe cause of tbe conflagration is quillers. We enjoyed a very pleas next Tuesday or Wednesday.
Fine small place o f 14 acres
girl whom it was reported bis Auto not known, but is supposed to ant call from these gentlemen.
near town, fair buildings.
Mrs. Joseph Ferrv and her
seveiely. was not have started from a defective fine
One o f the best 27-acre dairy
daughter Rose returned from east
on Coquille river.
On Thursday afternoon o f last j ern Oregon. Mrs. Ferry stated she
frightened at tbs machine, bnt be-| however, there was little or no tire
Nice residence property, d o se to
This ! week, our yonng friend, Walter had better health than for many
cans« of tbe borses becoming scar in the stove at the time.
ed. She was exceedingly weak, oomes as a heavy blow to Mr. j Hodge, of Fishtrap, was so n n fo r -1 years past.
Two of the best residence lots
in the city.
having bad two other fits or sink Woodward, it being a nice, large I tunato as to be thrown from a j
W . A. Bean has left for Seattle,
A residence property that isjdirt
ing spells on the way in from and nearly new bouse, as well as horse with the result that beth
Rosebnrg, and has since died. the greater portion o f which was I bones in his left leg were broken Washington.
Two corner bottom lots.
Several of our young people at
She bad been au invalid all her life. consumed, and without insurance. betwesn the knee and ankle. He
• is getting along nicely however tended the dance at Lnmpa creek.
Two fine lots near the school-
: at this writing. We hope to see
E. J. Price took a business trip
■ ■ house.
' him out again in the near future, up the North Fork last week. He $ 3 0 0 Two lots nicely located.
E. M. Furman, the piano maD, was securing logs for his mill
IT E M 8.
Largest stock, low prices.
in a 20 year filled case guar
anteed at $10.50
W HERE NOW?
C. C. A. Notes.
The time has come for us to pre-
I pare for next year’s work in Coos
will probably open about tho first
Monday in October and continue
for a period of six months or anon
as circumstances suggest.
Superintendent is out now doing
some “ Academy extension” work
and will return to his work with a
list of new students. All who were
with us last year, or nearly so, will
We are unable to state at this
writing just where the sessions will
be held. Some one may overbid us
on the Academy building but this
does not mean the death much less
the burial of C. C. A., and friends
are unwilling to see it die.
other buildings have been offered
either of which is of sufficient pro
school. We have furniture enough
ready to be put together to accom
modate all who may desire to at
tend. Our teaching force will be
of the best even if they aie robbed
of tbe honor of having their names
among the teachers of Coos county.
We are not ashamed of the work
done, nor do we believe that our
students are so.
We shall enter
the work of the coming year with
When the Superintendent returns
again arrangements will be made
for a standing add for the year to
Steamer Elizabeth arrived June
ICtb; sailed June 18th. InoomiQg
passengers: E T Kruse, C Jones,
E Christenson, F Geiber, W H
Button, Fred Gehrig, Mrs G O
Gehrig, Mrs J D Garfield, Miss
Garfield; mdse 110 tons.
ing passengers: J F Cox; 250 m
lumber, 30 tons coal, SO cords match
wood and 35 tons mdse.
All persons knowing themselves
to be indebted to the nndersigned,
are hereby notified that settlement
most be made at oDoe or tbe ac-
conntss will be placed in the hands
of a collector and interest added.
Z. C. S trang .
with bis fine rig for delivering pi-
snoes which was recently sent
dowD from Portland, bringing with
him two instruments with which
he proceeded up to Bridge. This
rig is one Mr. Fnrman had made
to ordei snd is the most complete
rig that we have ever seen, being
arranged to carry two instruments
at the same time.
D ona A nna .
At Mrs. Moon’s
Halfblock of six fine lots.
A fine corner business property
It in impossible to describe my list in this
OJlumn. If you are looking for a good
piece of property at a reaaonable price, I
can certainly anil yon.
Kemernbet, I rent houses and farms and
do all kinds o f agenoy busineas. Come in
and aee me before baying. I can save yon
For 30 days you will get rare
bargains iu all summer goods, in
cluding laces, ribbons, gloves, cor
sets nuderware, waistiogs, silts,
lie *e, hats, and in fact everything DOI’ L A R 8-
ic her line.
O. C. HANFORD,
Coq nille, Oregon
Arrivals on the south bound AL
liance Frida), June 17. H. G.
Colen and wife. Mrs. Yerstig, John
T. Hall, Ed Iviggs, Elisha Sexon,
H. J. Wheeler, Robt McKenzie I
Avery, E. T. Klippen, L. E. Rose-
brook, Elbe Palmer, Miss Marley,
Alfred Aldtidge, T. A. Topharn,
Miss Hoffman, Miss Snell, Chas
Carlson, C. H. Mrechant, A. Merch
Bennett, Mr. MoLanghlin, Mr.
Sweeny, E. C. Drew, Miss DeaD,
Florence Dean, L. D- Ramsey and
wife, Gertrude Jordan, Arthur
Jordan, Cliff Jordan, Krngar, L.
G. Wheeler, Thos Brikman, Thos
Buckman, A. Fennell, G. Heuokeu-
dorf, Miss Otto Epps, Miss S. Epps,
H. B. Smoak, Miss Lucky, D. L.
Clause, G. Bickford Mrs. E. Keele
C. C. Crow, Miss Diemler, Miss
Devenport E. W. Brindell E. R.
Griffith and four seoond class.
N IG H T S - 3
Coming Tuesday, June 21th.
PALMER & CO., New York, presents tho Western Favorites
MISS CORINNE SNELL and ALFR ED ALDRIDGE, supported by the
EMPIRE STOCIj CO.
A R T IS T S
O f undisputed Excellence, in three of the Greatest Plays Ever Written.
TUESDAY “CAPITAL us LABOR or STRIKE FOR JUSTICE."
Showing Both Sides of the Greatest Problem of the American Peoplo
Positively the same production which has Created so much Enthusiasm
in all of the Eastern Cities to Crowded Houses.
See the Great Mob Scene.
25— P E O P L E ON
TH E STAGE— 25
“MARRIED BY MISTAKE"
FURIOUSLY FUNNY COMEDY.
or WHY W0MEM
Produced on a scale never before attempted by a Repertoire Company.
$3000 actually invested in magnificent silk, satin and velvet costumes,
beautiful scenory and startling electrical effects.
Secure Seats Kow
At Usual Place
As Crowded Houses—Delighted Audiences—are the Rule, Everywhere.
—R O U T E -
Coquille— June 21, 22, 23; Myrtle Point—24, 25, 26;
Bandon—27, 28; North Bend— 29; Eureka—31 for the
came over from Marshfield Sunday
Passengers by Alliance, North
Saturday: Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Bas
sett, Mrs. Moulder and son, W. J.
Whereat, Allen Bonebrake and
wife, E. Marsh, Mrs F. Abel, Anson
Rogers, J. C. Whittick, Miss Pearl
Walker, I. A. Hall, Mrs. F. Sch
wartz, H. Bess, A. D. Smoak, Miss
Homes, Miss Mann, A. Walch, W.
O. Sanderson and wife, T. E. Pei-
seD, John WhitDey, G. W. Shelly,
W. A. Beau, Mrs. Rogers, Mrs.
Deimler, A' Sergord, John Hark,
ness, M. Anderson, R. Wells, VV.
H. Hawthorn, John Aura, E. Heuck-
endorff, J. M. Flamburg, and 7 in
Deprives You of Your
Show your love for the one who
is gone by providing a monument
worthy the memory of that ono.
A large monument or a small
marker, whichever you choose at
his place,r will show the best judg
ment of first-class designers and
« W H M A R B L E A M A N I T E WORKS
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