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About Semi-weekly herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1904-1905 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1904)
Apple boxes at Johnson’s mill.
Apple boxes for sale by J . G
Give J. G. Fish your orders for Fish.
Zac. Boyce, of Bandon, had busi apple boxes.
One thousand boxes of apples
ness in town Friday.
Mrs. Whereat went to Marshfield wanted by W. T. Kerr & Co.
(Jo in and see the big bargains Mrs.
llalch is offering in millinery.
Here it is—Good Paint, at $1.40
J. M. Byers came over from North
C. T . Cessna, o f Riverton, was
per gillon, at T. H, Mehl A Co's.
in town Saturday.
Crawford peaches for canning
Orders for apple boxes filled
Leave your order for pie and
purposes at Mrs. Nosler's
promptly at the Johnson mill.
cakes at the Davis bouse.
Mrs. Balch la oppsning some grand
M. D. Sherrard was over from
Will Albee, the shingle man, had
bargains in All cummer millinery and
business in our city Saturday.
a lot of remnants.
Fine Spruce apple boxes in any
Fruit Jars at 50 cents per dozen
Nothing like a dish of Ice cream
at Fox's second-hand store.
quantities at Johnson’s mill,
on a hot day. Mrs. Nosier serves
Capt. O. Reed, of Norway, return it.
Qus Bogard, of Lnnipa creek,
ed from tho bay Saturday.
was up to town on Saturday.
For a nice, clean and well furn
Those desiring clams should ad ished room, go to Mrs. Sngg's
Kerr & Co’s, is the place to get
your suits of clothes for men, dress W. A. Hoover, Bandon.
youths, and children.
Mrs. J. L. Kronenburg, of Par
For fine carpet and rng weaving
Earl Elliott, who has been en kersburg, was in town shopping on
apply to Mrs. K. Holveison, of
gaged in shingling at Beaver Hill Friday.
lately, came over to town Saturday
F, A. Hutchinson, city editor of
Call on the Coquille Furniture A
Mrs. Nosier has one of the finest the Coast Mail, was in to see us
lines of laces ami trimmings com last night.
> Box factory for your apple boxes.
ing that ever hit the town.
Fresh peaches at 75cts per box
J. L. Crosby, of the North Fork at Mrs, Nosler’s.
ware fully warranted, at T. H.
country, made our office a plcatant
Mrs. Olivia Edrnan, of Marshfieb1, Mehl A Co’s.
and substantial.call on Saturday.
W a n t e d .— 1000 boxes o f good
spent several days in town last week
Wm. Jenkins, the Myrtle Point and this.
apples for the San Francisco matket,
merchant, returned Saturday from
School Books at Knowton’ s Drug by W. T. Kerr & Co.
an outing of three weeks at Ban-
For good meals, splendid rooms
Miss Fauny Getty came over and bath, go to Mrs. Sugg’s boarding
Any lady buying a dress pattern from the bay on Friday,
amounting to $2.50 or more o f W
To T radk — Fifteeu head of cows
T. Kerr & Co., will be presented
Attend the remnant sale of Mrs.
and several head of young cattle for Balch, She is offering some good bar
with a McCall pattern free.
Janos Mast, bookkeeper for the good sheep.
W. A. Goodman will go anywhere
Prosper Mill Co., was in towu the
Leave orders for fine stove wood
in Coos county to move your house
latter part of the week prepairing with W. T. Kerr & Co.
B o b s , — In Coquille City,
Mrs. David Fnltou, o f this city,
If you are a citizen of Coquille, tember 10, 1904, to Mr. and Mrs.
has a choice lot of pot plants she is
do not be neglecting the important Frank Morse, a daughter.
offering for sale.
duty of joining the Board of Trade.
T. H. Mehl A Co’s hardware
For np-to-date goods I class my
F ob S ale —Six selected dairy store in headquarters
self second to no one in the county.
cows, four yearling and four calves Amethyst Enameled ware.
M rs . N osler ,
six months old.
Have you tried Amethyst double
call on J. M. Byers, on Fishtrap.
F ob S a l e :—A good oue-boree
enameled ware at T - H. Mehl A
buggy and harness. A big bargain.
The church of the United Breth Co’s.
J. H . N osleb , Coquille.
ren in Christ will begin cnmpmeet.
Joel Patterson returned Friday
iDg nt Fishtrap September 13, con from a visit of several days with
F ob S alx :
Jersey Bull-entitled to registration.
ducted by the pastor, L. F. Smith. friends on the bay side.
Enquire of J. T. Jenkins, at J. C.
If you want your white shirt
Mrs. Jack Houser,
of North Laird place.
done up in fine shape, take it to
Bend, went to Bandon to visit her
Good location for young girl
the Coquille Steam Laundry.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John La- wishing to attend school and assist
Miss Winnie Spires, of Myrtle
in house work for her board. Ad
Point, returned home
dress H ibald .
after several davs’ visiting with
keeps tho justlv popular full cream
S. W. P. Paints, varnishes and
Miss Reta Johnson, of this city.
cheese manufactured by
Capt. Cbinamelj in all colors, especially
Miss Florence Rosa, of Bandon, Harris, o f Sumner.
adapted for chairs, floors and le-
is the efficient helper in the county
Rev. J. A. Crutchfield, who has nolium, at T. H, Mehl A Co’s.
clerk's office during the present
been here several weeks for his
sessions of county and circuit
health, has just got in from a camp
Mason’s Fruit Jars, Caps
ing trip in the mountains on Coos
'*1*1 and Rubbers at Kanematz’s.
F o r S a l e —Good gentle team of river, and reports having a good
horses that will weigh iooo to 1200 time as well as much improved in
pounds, wagon and harness. Inquire health, and expects to join big fain,
Our townsman J. B. Pointer, has
of M. F. Aberson, Coquille.
ily in Chicago soon.
a team which he has put on our
Mrs. S. 8 - Norton, of Redding,
California, who has been here sev
eral weeks visiting her parents, Mr.
nud Mrs. N. Lorenz and other rela
tives and many friendS, started for
her homo by way of Myrtle Point
and Roseburg, on Saturday .
Dr. D. L. Steele, dentist, will vis
it Coquille professionally on Sep
tember 20 , and will remain until
October 1st. Those requiring the
services of an experienced dentist
will be benefitted by calling on Dr.
The funeral of little Erdine Morse,
infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Morse, was at the Masonic
cemetery, Sunday at 2 p. m , being
conducted by Rev. J. J. Handsaker.
The casket and the grave were cov.
ered with flowers, the gift of loving
Our young friend Earl Goodman
who has for some time been the
efficient clerk for Ed Raekleflf, the
merchant at Langlois, who had
planned to join a party at this place
last Friday to start on a camping
trip to Utah, phoned upon that day
that he had joined the railroad sur
vey party and would proceed with
them down the coast instead
Grandma Lindly was taken to
Marshfield on Friday by her daugh-
ter, Mrs. J. J. Lamb, for the pur
pose of having Dr, Straw remove
the cataracts from her eyes, the old
lady having been blind for the past
four years. The operation was very
successful and when Miss Irene
Lamb, who had- gone over to see
her, left on Sunday evening, she
was resting nicely.
A swell and up-to date line ol
sweaters for gents, ladies and child
ren ju st opened at Mrs. Nosler’s,
and the prices are just right.
The steamer Chico left Bandon
Saturday. Tho tug towed her over
the bar and after turning her loose
they noticed C. Timmons, the can-
neryman, and his son Fred in the
Dixie, the gasoline launch which be
had just purchased on the Bay. The
tug went out and fallowed them in
to the bar. When the Dix:e was
getting well in she kept close to the
South jetty, and as a large breaker
passed under her it lifted her up aft
and ns the rudder was out of the
water they lost control of her and
the breakers and the North wind
drove her oDto the recks of the
South jetty. Fred soon managed
to get off on the rocks, and after
some difficulty succeeded in getting
his father off who soon returned to
get a line from the tug but the tug
wns too far out and not daring to
venture close enough to get a line
to her, whistled for the Life Saving
Station boys who soon got there,
and Donald Charleston got on the
swamped launch and made a line
fast from the life boat to the launch
which was towed by the tug to the
mud flat. No one was hurt except
Mr. Timmons, who got his hand
bruised on the rooks. It is thought
the damages will be about $ 100 .
I find nothing better for liver
derangement and constipaion than
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
L. F. Andrews, Des
For Sale by R. S-
Card of Thanks.
We desire to express our sincere
The mill ia running full blast.
thanks to our many neighbors and
Work is going on rapidly at
friends who labored so faithfully
mine, all the men seem to
and efficiently in attempting to pre
vent my bouse from burning, and be working in dead earnest.
The Riverton school is to have a
for saving a great portion of our
social and basket supper in about
The proceeds go Manufacturers of Fine Red Cedar Shingles.
M att H ebrician and S ons .
Orders—large or small-
toward getting s drum and other
filled promptly by steamer.
needed furniture for the building.
Notice is hereby given to the
public that Mary Kosta, my wife, pupils enrolled now.
Fred Muetzel & Son,
has left my bed an 4 board without
just cause and provocation, and
that I will not in any way be re
sponsible for her arts and hereby
warn all against truslirg her on my
F b a x a K osta .
Card of Thanks.
Mrs. L. E. Brown started Monday
for a visit with her parents who live
terian Sunday schools of Bandon
and Coquille, but it is expected the
Sunday schools of Riverton and
Lampa creek will join in thi* picnic.
The Favorite will leave Coquille at
7 a. m. and leave Lampa creek
about 4 p. m., returning. Fare,
round trip, adults, 25 cents; chil
dren over 5 and under 15, JO cents.
Anyone who desires to spend a
pleasant day is invited to join in
the excursion and picnic.
Steamer Chico arrived from Port
land Sept. 8 th; Bailed for San Frrn-
cisco Sept. 10th. Incoming passen
gers and cargo: Sam Nass and 3
fiisherman; also 21 Chinaman and
175 toDs cannery supplies for Pros
per Cannery Co.
Steamer Chico, outgoing cargo;
200 M lumber, G2 bead cattle ship,
ped by R C Dement.
avr^ n sr
Who tied the cow ’s tail to his leg in the prooess of milk
ing; said she had not dragged him over two miles before
he realized he had made a mistake.
H o w ¡MTu-cli E a r t lie r
Must you be dragged before you realize you are making a
mistake in not using Electric Lights.
Ray Hatfield is a gentleman of
leisure thia week and is stopping at
the Riverton hotel.
D ona A nna .
The latest in
Report of the Condition of the
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At Coquille, in tbo State of Oregon,
at Mrs. C. L. Moon’s
at the close of business, September
BBS 0 0 BC B 8 .
You uiiii find the latest in spring and summer Millinery-
Loans aiul discounts.
f 23,104 52
Overdrafts, aeon red
at my store
U. 8. bonds to seonre
Dress Trimming and Fancy Goods in General.
ing done to order.
Premiums on U. 8.
Banking house, furn
iture, and fixtures.
Dae from state banks
FRONT STREET, COQUILLE, OR.
Due from approved
Cneoks and other
Fractional paper cur
rency. niokels and
Lawful money re
serve in bank, yiz:
Specie...................... $10,600 45
That Can Be Put on the Block!
with U. 8. Treas
urer 15 per cent of
That'» the claim that we mahe about our Meata.
circulation 1 ..........
M r s . C . IV X oon
The Highest Quality
Steamer Elizabeth arrived Sept.
passengers: Miss Isabelle Sullivan,
Mrs V R Wilson, Paul Wilson, Miss
Flora Walser, Mre W Culin and
L IA B X L IT IM .
2 children, F Foreman. John Black-
Capital stock paid in ................ $ 25,000 00
law and W A Sutherland. 100 tons Surplus fund...............................
Undivided profits, less expenses
and taxes psid.........................
Steamer Elizabeth, outgoing pas National bank notes outstand
streets to do general hauling.
M 8 ’ Shoemaker, Miss Individual deposits subject to
share of the patronage of the city Jean Beattie, Miss Clare Walker, J check........................................ 1! 0,660 59
Demand certificates of deposit., 20,055 74
E Riordan. 200 M lumber, 50
Total...................................... $163,240 92
The Bridge Minstrel Co. will cords matchwood, 40 tons freight.
S tatb of O bboon , C ounty of Coos—ss.
give a performance in the towu hall
I, L. H. Hazard, oashier of the above-
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
at that place Saturday night Sep
Fire in Coquille.
above statement is true to the best of my
tember 17 th for the benefit of the
On Friday night the residence of knowledge and belief. L. H. H azard ,
organ fund. A good time is as Matt Kerrigan in th ) north end of
town burned down aDd with it a O obbbct —Attest:
A. J. S herwood , )
J. S. Kanematz is opening up a considerable quantity of its con
I saiah H aojcbb , r Directors
H ablookbb , j
fine line ot calicoes and other sum tents. Mr. Kerrigan and the boys
mer goods for ladies. Also fall had come home in the evening
Subscribed and sworn to be-
and winter woolens of various from their place down the river and I N ational I
R obbbt B de ns .
kinds which are being offered at it was late by the time their supper j B e a l , j
was over and they soon retired. It
L ost .— Down the opposite sido cf is Mr. K ’s opinion that a spark
the river from Myrtle Point, an ar from the stovepipe caught the roof
rangement for blocking up a piano which must have burned very
to take it off its castors while in
slowly at the start, as it was 10
transit Finder will leave same at
Braden’s stable in Myrtle Point, or o'clock before the fire was noticed,
which was fiist discovered by Frank REAL
advise by postal and oblige,
E. M. F ubmak ,
Goodman, who gave the alarm. In
The p iaD O man, Marshfield Oregon a very short time a number of
Six fine lots, bent location, at the
r i i i v n u n i l t n i u
n v n p v r i i n
7 5 O « H
n L c U
n l i y v l IWW
o e o n
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F ob S ale C heap —Cattle and bogs, neighbors gathered, the first of
For twenty days only.
good milk cows giving milk; $20 whom was Mr. Boyrie’s family, who $9000
The best hotel proposition in
Southern Orogon, Growing town.
per head, twelve head of nice Dur awakened Mr. Kerrigan and the
Doing a fine business.
ham steara, six yearlings, six 2 -year, boys and proceeds 1 to do what $2000
Fine fnrra of 21 sores near Co
quille. All bottom, good im
olds; also some heifers, one fine they could to save property. The
young sow with nine half.blooded men undertook to baffle with the
House and two fine lots ifigood
O. I. C. pigs, one very large Dur- flames, but there 1 was no water at g 900
ham bull coming 8 this fall. In hand and that proved futile. Mrs.
Good house, barn and four lots
quire of C. A. Pendleton, Fat Elk.
in fine location.
Alfred Johnson and Miss May
Furniture and box factory,
Sixty per cent Bovrie turned their attention to $2750 thriving
toMn in western Oregon,
of all headaches saving what they could from the
good machinery, good location
a good business. This
are caused by
is a bargain.
house, succeeding quite well, hav.
Ilonse and one lot neer busi
erly ground and iDg carried out the organ, as well $ 500 ness, rents for $5 per month.
Any reASonnble offer gets this
fitted lenses will as maDy other articles. There were
If three beds, a great deal of clothing
small place of 8 A c r e s near
you have eye- and the contents of the kitchen, ex $1500 Nice
t i i n u W
iY v c n U il | A
fr , i 11
w f u l , tarr.
c r e a f u i m
bearing orchard, b a l A n o e pastnre
cepting the stove, were consumed,
and meadow. Good eyoporator.
trouble call on me. I ran help you,
This is a good investment.
entailing a considerable loas, wholly
and not rob you, either. My prices
$1100 Fine small plaoe of 14 acres
o w n ti, f i a
t l i i l n l g o n a .
" n v e " a * r t svrw
n i l r i h
u i i l i u
are one-balf of travelers and ped
V. R . W ilson ,
$ 400 Two of the best residence lots
in the oity.
All men know that even if Judge
Parker should go to the White $ 500 A^residence property that Is^dirt
H trk i l e w t a r h e
House, David B. Hill of New York
$ 100 Two corner bottom lots.
“ For several yeers my wife was
would not be Secretary of State.
troubled with what physicians call
$ 260 Two fine lots near the tehool-
ed sick headache of a very severe He has announced hia determina
She doctored with sev tion to go into absolute and actual $ 300 Two lots nicely located.
eral eminent phyaicians and at a retirement on the first of next Jan
*2800 A fine oorner business property
great expense, only to grow woree uary.
It i. impossible to describe my list in this
untill she was vnable to do any kind
The long range forecaster ia again o>iamn. If yon Ere lookin« for a Rood
About a year ago she
began taking Chamberlain's Stom rushiog into print. He expects an piece of property Et e reasonable prioe, t
ach and Liver Tablets and today early winter with severe September can certainly salt von.
Kemetiibet, I rent hoaiiee and farms and
weighs more than she ever did be frosts in tho states east of the North
do all kinda of aasney bnstneea. Come in
fore and Is real well,” says Mr.
ern Rocky Mountain slope. There and aee me before baying, t can save yon
Geo. E. Wright o f New London,
For sole by R. 8 . will also be increasing cloudiness
0 . C. HANFORD.
6 th; sailed Sept. 8 th.
¡MRS. BERTHA PAYNE.S
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barker re
turned Friday from their visit at
The Reverends Sunderland and
Dealer in Fancy and Ladies’ Furnishing Goods. Also a com- 7 ^
Raegan preached last Saturday and hk
plete line of Seasonable Millinery.
Sunday nights to large and appre
Riverton will /Is 7lv 7lv A A / d /Tv / rs A 7fs A 7I\ 7N A A /I n /I n /I n T K / i n A 7R A /I n A ^N
have preaching the 2nd and 4th
Sundays of each month iu the fu
Bancroft, Sept. 9, 1904.—Editor
we wish to publicaly ex
press our thanks to the neighbors
and friends for their help and sym
pathy during the sickness, death
and burial of our loved one.
The Martin boys who have built
the Lord bless them and provide a larga scow and f i lin g arrange
for them in their time of need,
ment this summer, made a good
M aby J. P bice ,
haul last night, catching more
M b . and M bs . C. D. P bicx .
salmon than they could market in
E. J. Price went to Bancroft last
There will be a picnic at Lampa
creek on Wednesday. It will be week to attend the funeral of hia
under the auspices of the Presby uncle, Charles Prioe.
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The Meat Ttuat has advanced the price», but wa de
mand that the quality be advanced alao.
Our prices are not of the Trust order, slthou|h the
quality ia of the very bait. A trill w II osnvlnce you.
We suhatsntlate ayery statement that we make.
Our Sauaa,e is made by an sipert.
P. E. D R A N E .
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Genera! D raying, T ran sfe rin g and Delivering.
O rd e rs for W ood P ro m p tly filled.
Leave all o rd e rs at P. E. D ra n e ’s Meat Market,
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