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About Semi-weekly herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1904-1905 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1905)
The steamer Elizabeth arrived in
Flour $1.00 per saek nt Drane’s
B U SIN E SS NOTICES.
the river on Sunday .
Attention! Wool Growers— W. T.
New line of Summer shirt wnistw
Kerr will make contracts and cash
Shredded whole-wheat biscuits at
Flour $1.03 persaik at Diane's.
Grant Harry is buck from his trip just in at Mrs. Nosler’s.
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advances for your wool.
Mr. Habberson, of Bandon, was to the valley.
J. W. Hall was down from Myrtle
S how Drift flour is all right.
Remember K. Wilson runs a first-
E S T A T E .
Snow Drift flour is good— try it
per sack at Lorenz s.
class bakery. ,
The Oregon Coal A Nav Co’s,
Clms. Ashton, of the lower river,
See those beautiful Easter Novel $1.25 per sack at Lorenz’s.
Don’ t torget that Strang keeps Shoes
A large school building hereto-
Point, was iu town shopping yes
had in town Friday.
of ail kinds.
ties at Mrs. Noslr’s.
foie conducted ns nil academy,
S. L. Minard, the Dora sawmill terday.
in center of well populated « s-
For Snow Drift flour at $1.25 pi r
$1. 25 cash buys n sack of Snow mau, went to Bandon yesterday.
trict- Building fully furnished.
Capt. Nelson, Master.
rack, go to Lorenz’s
Good grounds. An excellent op
Drift flour at Lorenz’s.
Empire where she has been eng aged
A good Winchester Rifle for sale
portunity for the right party.
Oo nuil eee those beautiful ladies’
Will make regular trips between
cheap. Inquire at this office.
W ill lease.
One big round dollar buyes a mutton chop, go to Dean & Morgan. to teach a term of school.
silk vests at Mrs. Perrott’s.
As fine a line of negligee shirts us ever $ 1 1 ,5 0 0 This amount of fine property,
Mrs. E. E. Finnen, of Cottage
sack of flour at Drane's.
including two fine reside now»
Mrs. Capt. White, of Bandon,
came to town, at Z. C. Strang’ s.
Mr. and Mrs. Okas. Baxter went
and 10-acre orange grove in Pomona, Cal.
Grove, visited with her sister, Mrs.
for good stock ranch.
to the bay for a visit yesterday.
Hobeig of Norway.
lhe Davis restaurant, Front street.
£ 5 0 0 0 A good farm of 220 acres nenr Co-
son, Chas. Butler, yesterday.
Have you seen the Lewis and
quill»*. Has $2.000 w ar.h of first-
Ladies’ Aid Society will meet at
Mrs. Moon has bargains for you in * - - - - class
Lewis Strong, of Myrtle Point,
This Steamer is very steady at sea and the form of pretty summer shirt waists.
Miss May Lavin went to Marsh
Clark souvenirs at Mrs Nosier’»?
the M, E. parsonage at 2 p. in.,
A fine oorner bannaas property
her passenger accommodations are all
A fine selection of ladies’ neck- was n Coqulle visitor on Saturday. field on Saturday where she will I Thursday.
A piano for sale on easy terms.
Lunch will be served.
ivare has just been recieved try Mrs.
new, clean and sweet, opening out on take part in trade. Enquire at this $ 1 5 0 0
Nice small place of «acres near
Have you tried Snow Drift flour. make her home.
A. E. Franklin, former superin
town, well improved, 4 acres full
If not do so. $1.25 per sack at
orchard, balance pasture
Mrs. Nosier has an elegant line tendent of the county farm, now of
meadow. Good eyoporator.
Ira D. Post, of Port Orford, reg Lorenz’s.
Full line of fine, fresh groceries and
of Easter goods, every style, shape Bandon, was in this city o d business room. Very superior Second Class.
' This is n good investment.
canned goods has just been received at
istered at Hotel Coquille on Satur
Fare, 1st Class, $10. 2nd Class, $♦*>.
House and two lots in good
Mrs. James Brown, of Myrtle and size. Call and see them.
location. A bargain.
Poiut, was a passenger on yester
W a n t e d .— Pasture for two horses
house, barn and four lota
Dr. J. Curtis Snook will this week F. 8. DOW, Agent, W . C. Rose, A g t ,
For fine carpet and rug weaving ap
in fine location.
Fou R ent — A small place near day's train from Marshfield.
ply to Mrs. K. Hoi verson,of the Mc
as near town as possible. Apply remove to Bandon, both office and
Corner business property. Better
town. Apply to \V. A. Goodman,
Rev. A. Haberly will preach at to J. N. Jacobson, Coquille.
investigate this now.
resideuee. The Doctor will con
Cali and see the swell line of Muslin
A hill ranch on Fishtrap of 150
Lampa creek school house Sunday
Miss Cora Belloni went to the tinue his usual professional trips.
Underwear at Mrs. Nosler’s. They are
____ acres, 4 acres cultivated, 40 acres
J. H. Bay, of Crescent City, Cal April 30 at 2 p. m., and at Riverton bay yesterday. She goes to open a
n grass, 2 rough houses, barn, 100 young
Rev. M. C. Wire, presiding elder,
fruit trees, about 300,000 feet fine cedar
ifornia, was in our city the last of on the same date at 8 p m.
Brown Leghorn-eggs from prize-win timber. This is a genuine bargain.
term of school on Haynes Blougb. will preach in the M. E. Church in
ning stock, at $li(X> i>er setting or $5.00
A residence property that is dirt
Anyone in need of the service of
The Misses Georgina Hayes and Coquille, Thursday evening, April
per hm yired.
J C. W atson , Coquille.
The H erald is in position to o f of a first-class engineer—stationery, Florence Atkinson, of this city, 20tb at eight o’clock p. m. All are
Two fine lots near tho sohooi-
F or S ale —A fine property consisting
fer a homesteader a grand oppor traction or marine, will do well to went to Marshfield for a visit yes invited- to attend
of splendid garden lots, good house and
New r» room cottage and one lot.
barn For particulars call at this office.
tunity to acquire a home.
enquire at the HEliALD office.
A cozy home.
Three fine residence lots, close to
Mrs. Nosier lias just received her line
yesterday to act with others in the
Anyone wishing some good oat
LeeAnna Gage was chosen as the
business. An extraordinar b \ r -
Keep your bowels regular by the
of Ladies’ Muslin Underwear, consisting
or grass hay, or to trade some calves Queen of May for the May exercises use of Chamberlain’s Stomach and matter of setleing up baseball
of Skirts, Chemise, Draw r , Corset
Two corner bottom lots.
for a fine colt should see. W . H. at this city, she having received 498 Liver Tablets. There is nothing league offairs. He was accompan
to describe my list in this
Young; of Fishtrap.
votes. There were 989 votes cast better. For sale by R. S. Knowlton. ied by Mrs. Baxter.
$1.00 per 13. Leave orders with 1*. E. c )iumn. If vou are looking for a good
piece of property at a reasonable price, l
John Gillardi went to Marshfield
L. D. Belieu Jr., the late ’phone in all, making the neat sum $49.70
Drone, or write me. F. M . G k v b e z ,
can certainly snit yon.
Uomembm, I rent houses and farms,
lineman, was in town u day or so to be applied to the payment of the yesterday to soe his wife who has winter ut Marshfield, returned to
make loans and do all kinds of agency
Odds and E nds:—J. S. Kanematz is business.
been there several weeks under the Myrtle Point yesterday where he
new piano for our school.
Come in and see me before buy-
closing out a few odds and ends iu china in,r. I cau save you DOLLARS.
hud previously lived, and where he
and glassware at one-half the regular-
Wm. Ward, a young man work care of Dr. Horsfall at bis hospital.
O. C. SANFORD,
Wm. Hite, of Bandon, spent two
prices. , Don’ t miss this opportunity.
R. R. Clnrno, the shingle mau, will make his home for the present.
or three days in town last week and ing in the camp of Ira Metcalf near
George Quigley, formerly of the
Riverton, got three fingers and was in town Saturday, ths first time
bay side, but who bus spent several
The meeting of the Coquille thumb of his left band caught by for some weeks, he having been suf months at Myrtle Point at the borne
Bicyles Sundries, Etc.
School Improvement League, which the steel cable on a steam donkey fering from a severe attack of rheu of P. L. Plielin, p issod to the bay
was to have met last Friday, was on FriJav, and the ends of the fin matism.
the last of the week, expecting to
Wheels to Bent. Repairing a
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Lee arrived
postponed till next Friday, the 21st. gers were bruised off and thumb
,ako a steamer for San Francisco
the latter part of the week from
At the Christaiu church there
for a trip.
Alvy Collon, our old Mvrtle Point California and are visiting with re
will bo Sunday school and preach
ing in the foreuoon and Easter ex veteran friend, who spent the winter latives and friends at Riverton,
A beautiful dapple gray and from imported blood weighs
ercises in the evening, All are in San Fraucisco, arrived the latter among whom are Mr. Lee's parents,
Woodmen and Women of Wood IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK TH b
1700 pounds. Sired by Thoroughbred. Stallion Soneparte,
STATE OF OREGON, FOR T H E
haft will take n »tics that .Sunday,
pleased to be among old friends
COUNTY OF COOS.
April 23, at 2 o’clock p. in. has been
Mrs. M. Nosier, the Front street
Will make tlie season at COQUILLE anil other points in the valley
again. From what he tells us, Sun flower arrived in the Coquille ou
set apart by order of the Head Thomas Wilson,
merchant, lias a very fine anil com
Season commences April 15th. For terms s h in - or inquire of
Francisco weather has been no bet Friday. I’hey will take the place
Camp, W. O. W., as mem trial day
plete line of E ister novelties.
Suit in Equity
S lin g s b y Bros., Coquille, O regon.
ter, if as good, as that of Coos for of the schooner Onward, recently
in which to com memorate the deat h Angus McDonald,
sure and sec them while the stock is
Mary McDonald and
the past few months.
of our late Hoad Consul, F. A. John McDonald,
Mr. and Mrs. T A Walker, of from the Parkersburg mill.
Mrs. Marhnll W ay, of Myrtle
To John McDonald, one of the above
this city, returned from Los Angel
Point spent several days in town
es, California, on Saturday, where port, Washington, mother of Mrs. South, in Coquille, and an appro named defendants:
lately visiting with her mother, Mrs.
In the name of the State of Oregon, That we are Headquarters fo r Gents' Furnish
Mrs. Walker spent the winter with A. E- Frauklin, of Bandon, who priate program will be rendered.
Elizabeth Loners. She returned
you are hereby notified that you are re
their little son, Ralph, who has been has been in Coos county for several Your presence is especially request quire 1 to appear and answer the com
a sufferer from asthma. The trip months visiting her daughter, re ed, The public is cordially invited. plaint filed against Angus McDonald,
E. C. Roberts, the real estate man
Mary McDonald, and yourself in the
has helped him-very much. Miss turned last week to her homo.
Bv O rder o f t h e C o m m it t ee .
of Myrtle Point, of the firm of R ob
above entitled suit within six weeks
Beulah, who went with them, re
Fred Von Pegert went to Parkers
erts A Carter, had business in town
from the date of the first publication of Our line of Ready-made Clothing cannot be
mained at Los Angeles.
burg Saturday where he will ac
this summons, to-wit:
yesterday. He drove down with
Mrs. B. F. Lawrence, who has cept a position in the mill at that
Within six weeks from Friday, the
Said be, and we showed him one 10th day of March, 1905, the same being
been visiting her parents Mr. and place. A new boiler is being added
E J Price, supt., of the Riverton
of our full jeweled Elgin wntches at the date of the first publication of this
Mrs P. E Druno, of this city for to the battery and other extensive
$11.95. He produced the price and summons, and if you fail to so appear
mill, returned from a business trip
several weeks, left for Portland improvements being made to that
and answer on or before Saturday, the
to San Franciseo on Saturday, He
Sunday, where she will visit a few institution.
22ml day of April, 1905, the same being Call and inspect our tine of WALK-OVER Shoes
speaks as though he will be able to
“T h a t ’s G o in g S om e.”
days, prior to starting for Indian
the last day of the time prescribed in
get the mill started in a short time.
apolis, Indiana, where she will join] Langlois, returned from Marshfield j We h ive a nice line of watches the order for the publication of this
as well as many other leading styles.
An elegant line of muslin underwear her husband, who is now on the
summons, for the last publication there
from $1.25 up.
yesterday where Mrs Hamlin has
just i i at Mrs. Moon’ s.
of, judgment and decree will he taken
editorial staff of tbo “ 8tar,” pub been undergoing medical and surgi-!
against the defendants in said suit for
S J. Tuttle, proprietor of the
(20 years’ experience.)
lished in that city.
the relief demanded in the complaint in Staple and Fancy Groceries.
cal treatment at the Horsfall Hos- j
Tuttle Tcmpetaneo house, is haviug
this suit, a succinct statement of which
Mrs. J. H. Shields, of Bandon, pital. She is getting along quite ]
nn addition built on to the hotel
is ps follow s:
arrived homo Friday from an ex satisfactorily.
which greatly enlarges the ca-
That there be adjudged to be due and OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT.
tended visit with her parents, Mr.
Rev. A. Haberly has just received i
paeity and adds to the comfort of
owing to the plaintiff from the defend
and Mrs. and Mrs. W. V. Ashburn, word 111 d K“ J. E. SDyder, Mod
ants Angus McDonald and Marv McDon
formerly of this city, now residing erator of the Svnod of Oregon, and !
ald the sum of $800, together with inter
Meals and lodging at reasonable
est on $500 thereof at the rate of 8 per
a membrr of the corps of Chapman
prices at Frank W ilson’s.
cent per annum, payable annualy, from
forms ns that Mr. Ashburn’s are all evangelists, who recently conducted
Our townsmnn, H. L. Varney,
the 21st d iy of November, 1903; and to
well, except Mr. Ashburn, and he the great meetings at Portland, Or.
gether with interest on $.300 thereof, at
who lias beou somewhat under the
is much bettor than he was.
the rate of 10 per cent per annum, pay
egon, will visit Coos county next
weather for some weeks, went to the
able annually, from the 22nd day of
Ties and cakes made to order at the month. Mr. Snyder held very suc
Point Saturday and will go out into
W. H. MANSELL, P r o p .
May, 1903; for such attorney fees in said*
cessful meetings last December at
the hills, and possibly cross the Pavia restaurant.
suit as the Court may ail judge reason
Successor to T. J. Little.
Further notice of
The Mesdatnes Rasmussen and Myrtle Point.
Coast Range for rest.
able, and for his costs and disburse
G E N E R A L
D R A Y IN G .
ment« in this suit..
Lewis and Clark Souvenir Neckties Swift, of Bandon, Mrs. Lockwood, meetings at Coquille will bo given DR. J. E. SKINNER,
That the two mortgages set out in the
of Parkersburg, and Miss Pearl later.
for ladies’ and gents at Kanematz’s.
WILL MEET ALL BOATS AND TRAINS.
complaint herein, and which were e x
For first-class lodgings go to the Davis
H. L. Cooper and his sister, Mrs. Sweet, of Lampa, went to the bay
ecuted by the defendants, Angus Mc
All orders handled with carefulness and expedience.
Will soon be in Coquille City,
E. J. Wright, who havo lived oppo the last of the week to sail for Port restaurant.
Donald and Mary McDonald, to the
The novelty social at the Phar Watch for date and place.
site the little church for some time, land ou the Alliance, but owing to
plaintiff, to secure the payment, re
Sole Agent for
spectfully, of the two promissory notes
have moved to Arago where Mr. the fact that that there were more macy Saturday evening was an un
Cooper will conduct a store for W. applications for berths thau the
Thoso WALK-OVER herein, bo foreclosed, and the premises
T. Kerr & Co., at that place. The boat was allowed to carry, many crowded. The program was short
Shoes were born and described in said mortgages, to wit:
store was open for business yester were disappointed, Miss Sweet re but seemed to be appreciated.
and the W
bred in a first-class fac The E % of the SW
Especially the young people seemed
of section 9 in township 29
tory. They were made the SE
T H E IM i-A -H S r
to enjoy “ Old Madge,” the gypsy
south of range 12 west of Willamette
Oyama Silk and other wash fabrics
For anything in the line of good pas
for a first-class man—
meridian in Coos county, Oregon, ex
fortune-teller; and if they didn’t
(or Spring and Summer wear, the latest try go F. Wilson.
Who tied the cow ’s tail to his leg in the process of milk
that’s you. For sale by cepting 66 acres, more or less from the
patterns, arrived at Kanematz’ s.
Haul sho h i 1 not Iriggsd him over two miles b efor
W. H. Schroeder, the watchmaker get a fortune to suit them the first!
W. T. KERR & CO.
above described premises, which has
ho realized he ha I mi I ■ a mistake.
On Friday afternoon while work having secured a window in the time they tried again. The candy
heretofore been sold and conveyed to
ing in the mine at Riverton E. M. Collier building on Front street, was delicious, the fruit fine, the
- iSHS-o. -as*
n - t parties other than the plaintiff, as
H o - w Iv T ia c t L F a r t l i e r
Peterson was so unfortunate as to and will open up a walcb, clock and coffee and sandwiches excellent, the
shown by the records of deeds of Coos
be struck by a falliug body o f coal j'ewelry repair shop at once, Mr. ice cream good, and the social was
county»Oregon, he sold in the manner
Must you bo dragged before you realize you arc making a
Bring it to Us.
provide«! by law, and that the proceeds
witli such forco as to dislocate his Schroeder has just finished a course enjoyed ny all.
About $20 was
mistake in not using Electric Lights.
thereof be applied to the payment of the
left shoulder. Dr. Culin was called in a first-class institution in Port cleared. A* j soon as a little more
costs of said sale and of this suit, and !
at our store on repairing or
and reduced the dislocation and Mr. land, and is thoroughly competent can be raided, work will be com
the sums found to he due on said two
Peterson was able to be about town to handle all work brought to him, menced on the church.
promissory notes as secured by sai«i
mortgages, an«l that the defendants, !
on 8 a turd ay.
A fine stock of Stilson-Kellogg loggers’ 0
which will be looked after with dis
W ilson Jew elry Co.,
Angus McDonald and Mary McDonald, i
FOR SALE,— At a bargain, the Co patch, and guaranteed to give sat | shoes are at Strang’s Btore. Look a t ; (,l
is T h e R e l i a b l e J e w e le r « .
20 Y e a rs ’
ami all paraona claiming under them ;
quille Furniture and Box Factory-
E x p e r ie n c e .
subsequent to the execution of said
good paying business. For terms and
Victor Olander who makes his
mortgages he Itarred, and foreclosed of
Information write or apply to J. G. Fish, place of business open within a day
I home with Mr. McCurdy, at the
all right, claim or equity of redemption j
Paxson place, got the front finger C I i si in 1 m -r i a l i i **» r o t i g l i l l f t n c d f I h r in or to such premises.
IF S O ,
Hint nn*l M ost Popnlnr.
That the over-plus if any there be, l»e (
; of his loft hand badly mashed on
“ Mothers buy it for croupy paid into this Court to await its further
get her the best to rook with at
Ho was assisting Mr.
McCurdy in building picket feoce, children, railroad men buy it for or«ler, and for such other and further re
severe coughs and elderly people lief as to the Court may seem equitable. ,
he holding the pickets while Mr. j buy it for la gripe,” say Moore
This summons is published by the
Me. wns driving, and as he was Bros Eldon, Iowa. " We sell more order of the Hon. L. Ilarlocker, County
reaching down to get a picket, h e ; of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy Judge of Coos county, State of Oregon, 1
thoughtlessly laid his hand on the than any other kind. It seems to made am! entered on the 9th «lay of
FRESH AND SALT MEATS.
March, 1995, and which order specifies
top of the one just being driven. have taken the lead over several
Lard, Bacon, Hams, Sausage. Chickens, Vegetables,
other good brands.” There is no that the same shall lie putriished for six
The driver «aw his band in time to question but this medicine is the consecutive weeks on tho same «lay of
Turkeys and Game in Season.
stop the force of the ten-pound best that can be procured for each of said weeks, in the
i -W ekklt
sledge to some extent, or the finger coughs and colds, whether it be a, —— -■ -
wnnld»have been mashed entirely child or an adult that is
I name,I county,'at theOity olOoqufue"
Phone, Main 43.
P. 0. Pox 224
SRERRY A CHASE,
iff An it wa*, tbo hand in had I t It always curt*« quickly. Sold by
R. 8. Knowlton.
Attorneys for Plaintiff. |
LOCAL N EW S.
Flour $1.00 per sack at Draue’s
Snow Drift flour $1.25 per sack,
Flour $1.00 per sack at Drane’s
Flour $1.00 per sack at Druue's
Str. M. F. Plant,
Coos Bay and
A L B E R T F IS H ,
W. T. Kerr
I IVERY and FEED STABLE
Coquille Coal and Lu m b e r Co’s Coal
Can your wife cook?
City Meat Market