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About Semi-weekly herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1904-1905 | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1905)
LOCAL N E W S.
Mill and Mercantile
Flour $1.00 per sack at Diane’s
B U SIN E S S NOTICES.
Attention! Wool Growers — W. T.
A citizen’s city primary is beroby Kerr will make contracts aud cash
Shredded whole-wheat biscuits at
The Lyons mill property having called to meet at the MaBonic Hall advances for your wool.
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been purchased by W . T. Kerr, of ou Friday, April 21st, 1905, at 8
Remember F. Wilson runs a first-
this city, J. R. Benson, of Myrtle o ’clock p. m. for the purpose of
Oregon Coal A Nnv
Don’ t lorget that Strang keeps Shoes
Point, and J. M. Nye, the well-known nominating three councilrucn to
$3,000 A large school building hereto-
of all kinds.
■ ■—■■■■■ foie conducted hh an academy,
traveling man for soveral years past serve for two years; two council-
Fresh bread, pies, cakes and dough
in center of well populated dis.
representing the firm of Murphy men to serve one year; one city re-
fcriot- Ouildiiiv» fully furnished.
Capt. Nelson, Master,
grounds. \n excellent op
Grant A Co., of San Francisco, this cordei to serve one year; and to
A good Winchester ltlflc for sale
for the right party.
Will make regular trips between
cheap. Inquire at this office.
j For a nice fresh steak, pork or branch of industry seems to have! transact such other business as may
mutton chop, go to Dean & Morgao.
of flu- property,
As line a line of negligee shirts as ever
taken ou new life, and is we believe, properly come before the meeting, i
i ■ ii m including two tin«» i nidi "lies
I came to town, at Z, C. Strang’ s.
ar.d lt>-acre orange grov* in * * >• 1011 a, Cat.
J J. S. lyrrell, ths Arugo creamery j B]jve for hoeps this time. The par- Let there be a full attendance.
For a nice short-order meal, call at to exchange for good stock ranch.
man, had business in town J esfer' ties have seen fit to incorporate un-
By onler of the Committee,
Ihe Davis restaurant, Front street.
$1500 A good furin of 220 acres near Co-
■ ■■■■ qaille. Has $ 2.000 worth of first-
A piano tor sale on easy terms.
E. G. D. H olden ,
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j der tho above firm name, and every
mass timber. "Will Lnso.
This .Steamer is very steady ut sea and J take part in trade. Knquire at this
Cbas. Moomaw, the barber, has detail has been fully carried out aud
her passenger accommodations are all I office,
$2800 A flue corner biv.
gone to Roseburg to secure a li the corporation starts off on a firm Dated this 18th day of April, 1905.
Full line of fine, fresh groceries and
new, clean and sweet, opening out on
and solid foundation, every dollar
town, well improved. 4 acres fall
deck and having only two berths in a canned goods lias just been received at
A b o u t H licu iiin tliim .
W a n ted . — Pasture for two horses of stock subscribed for being paid,
and meadow. Good eyoporator.
There are few diseases that in room. Very superior Second Class.
For fine carpet and rug weaving ap
This is a good investment.
as near town ns possible. Apply a good lot of logs ahead and plenty
Fare, 1st Class, $10. 2nd Class, $6.
ply to Mrs. K. Holvcrson,of tho Mc $ 1 0 0 0
flict more torture than rheumatism
Hoaso and two lota in good
to J. N. Jacobson, Coquille.
location. A bargain.
and there is probably no disease F. S. DOW , Agent, j W . C. Hose, Agt.,
flood hoaso, barn and four lota
Mrs. Nosier bus an elegant line
for which such n-varied and useless
in duo location.
Underwear at Mrs. Nosler’ s. They are
of Easter goods, every style, shape under which the institution starts lot of remedies have been suggest
beautiful and prices just right.
$ 8 0 0 Corner business property. Better
Oyama Silk and other wasli fabrics
and size. Call and see them.
ed. To say that it cau ce cured is,
A hill ranch on Fishtrap o f 150
jor Spring and Summer wear, tho latest $ ■ 050
■w i-■ acres, 4 acres cultivated. 40 acres
therefore, a bold stateipent to muke,
F ob ' ale . —One acre tract in nice
patterns, arrived at Kanematz’s.
m grass, 2 rough houses, barn, 100 young
location with house and barn; 100 to take the place of tbe old one but Chamberlain's Pain Balm,
fruit trees, about 1100,000 feet fine cedar
Brown Leghorn eggs from prize-win timber. This is a genuine bargain.
young fruit trees.
Enquire at which had been removed, and Mr. which enjoys an extensive sale, has
ning stock, at $1.00 Der setting or $5.00 $ 500
A. residence property that is dirt
H erald office.
Kerr has telegraphed for a vessel met with great success in the treat
per hundred. J C. W atson , Coquille. * ■■ ■ —
Rev. A. Haberly will preach at 11 which will doubtless show up by
Two fine lots near the school-
F or S ale — A fine property consisting ■i » —
tion of Pain Balm will relieve the
a. m. April 30 at Lam pa creek and the time a cargo of lumber cau be pain, und hundreds of sutlers have
of splendid garden lots, good house and
$ 5 0 0 New 5-room cottage and *>ue lot.
barn For particulars call
at Riverton at 8 p. in. tbe same date. cut. The mill began to run on reg testified to permanent cures by its
A cozy homo.
4 0 0 Three fine residence lots, close to
ular time last Monday, and while a use. Why suffer when Pein Balm
Please note change of time.
of Ladies’ Muslin Underwear, consisting _ — :— business. An extraordinar b ir
affords such quick relief and costs
of Skirts, Chemise, Drawers, Corset
Dr. J. Curtis Snook will this week few minor breaks have occurred,
$ 100 T w o corner bottom lots.
remove to Bandon, both office and there has.been comparatively little Knowlton.
White Rocks, eggs
It is impossible to describe my list in this
residence. The Doctor will con time lost and seems to run very
$1.00 per 13. Leave orders with P. E. column. If you are looking for a good
o f property at a reasonable price,
tinue his usual professional trips.
Drane, or write me. F. M. G evrez ,
can certainly snit you.
I rent hoases and farms,
Keep your bowels regular by the
Woodmen and Women of Wood
lonns and do all kinds o f agency
Odds and E nds:—,1. S. Kanematz is make
use o f Chamberlain’s Stomach and in tho near future, and it is the in
business. Come in and see me before buy-
closing out a few odds and ends in china in” . I can save you DOLLARS.
Graft will take notice that Sunday,
Liver Tablets. There is nothing tention of firm to rebuild the entire
O. C. SANFORD,
HAND and glassware at one-half the regular
better. For sale by R. S. Knowlton. structure at no great distant day.
prices. Don’ t miss this opportunity.
_______________________ Coquille, Oregon.
sot apart by order of the Hoad
Anyone in need o f the service o f
Camp, W. O. W., as memorial day
o f a first-class e n g in eer— stationery,
in which to commemorate the death
Bicyles Sundries, Etc.
traction o r marine, w ill d o w ell to
A people’s city primary is hereby of our late Head Consul, F. A.
enquire at the H e r a l d office.
called to meet at the Masonic Hall Faulkenburg.
The Hilmer and Bredhoff cream,
Vheels to Rent. Repairing a
on Saturday, April 22ud, 1905, at 8 will be held in the M- E. church,
ery paid their patrons for the past
o’clock p, m. for the purpose of nom
month’s cream yesterday, paying
inating three councilmen to serve priate program will be rendered.
at the rate of 21 cents per pound
for two years; two councilmen to Your presence is especially request
A beautiful dapple gray and from imported blood weighs
for butter fat.
serve for one year; and one city re ed, The public is cordially invited, IN TH E CIRCUIT COURT OF THh
1700 pounds. Sired by Thoroughbred Stallion Boneparte,
Coal Miners Wanted.— D. S. corder to serve one year; and to
Bv O rder of the C ommittee .
STATE OF OREGON, FOR T H E
Rouse, superintendent of the Co
COUNTY OF COOS.
transact such other business as may
Will make tbe season at COQUILLE and other points iu the valley
Claenltill n rn tll.
quille Co’s mine at Riverton, is now
in shape to employ several more properly come before the meeting.
Season commences April 15th. For terms address or inquire of
Kidney trouble often ends fatally
Let there be a full attendance,
men at good pay.
but by choosing the right medicine,
Suit in Equity
Slingsby Bros., Coquille, Oregon.
By order of the Committee.
E. H. Wolfe, of Bear Grove, Iowa, Angus McDonald,
Flour $1.00 per sack at Diane’s
Mary McDonald and
J. J. L amb ,
W anted .— A span of brood mares,
Chairman. years ago I had Kidney Trouble,
to weigh 1100 to 1200 lbs. apiece,
which caused me great pain, suffer
To John McDonald one of the above
Dated this 19th day of April, 1905.
ing and anxiety, but I took Elec
also wagon and harness cheap for
nam 'd defendants:
tric Bitters, winch effected a com
cash. Enquire at this office or ad
In the name of the State of Oregon, That we are Headquarters fo r Gents' Furnish
Mr. and Mrs. W. Z. Cotton, of
plete cure. I have also found them
dress E. A. Barnett, Coquille.
Fail-view, was iu town yesterday of grert benefit in general debility you are hereby notified that you are re
quired to appear and answer the com
For first-class lodgings go to the Davis doing some shopping.
and nerve trouble, and keep them
plaint tiled against Angus McDonald,
J. H. Giles, the brickmnson, who
Mary McDonald, and yourself in the
find they have no equal.” It. S. above entitled suit within six weeks
George Belloni, the dairymam,
has been at work on the Bandon Knowiton
druggiat, guarantees from the date of the first publication of
went to Bandon yesterday with A.
Our line o f Ready-made Clothing cannot be
woolen mill for some time, was in them at 50c.
F. Horstman, Helmer k Bredhoff’s
this summons, to-w it:
Within six weeks from Friday, tlic
traveling man, aud will make a trip
S H O W M E ,”
S. L. Curry is in town having
10th day of March, 1905, the same being
down to Port Orford with his
the date of the first publication of this
come up this week from the low
Said he, and we showed him one
er river where he has heed at of our full jeweled Elgin watches at
A nice assortment of ladies’ collars at
and answer on or before Saturday, the
work for some time past at the $11.95. He produced the price aud 22nd day of April, 1905, tho same being Call and inspect our tine o f WALK-OVER Shoes
Mrs. Perrott’ s. Call and see them.
Aberdeen mill, the mill having clos remarked:
the last day of the time prescribed in
J. C. Bowman, of Clackamas
ed for a short time on account of
the order for the publication of this
county, who has beeD in this county
“T h at’s G oing Som e.”
as well as many other leading styles.
summons, for the last publication there
a lack of logs.
for a couple of weeks looking about
We have a nice line of watches of, judgment and decree will be taken
for a location to suit him made our
against the defendants in said suit for
Governon LaFollette is both from $1.25 up.
the relief demanded in the complaint in Staple and Fancy Groceries.
office a p easant call Wedesday.
Governor-elect and apparently can
W il s o n J e w e l r y C o .
Flour $1.00 per sack at Draue’ s
See those beautiful Easter Novel-
' ties at Mrs. Noslr's.
Flour $1.00 per sack atDraue's.
New line of Summer rdiirt waists
d o auil see those beautiful ladies’
just in at Mrs. Nosler’s.
silk vest« at Mrs. Pcrrott’s.
One big round dollar buyes a
George Rnckleff was ilowu from
sack of flour ut Drane’s.
Myrtle Point on Wednesday.
Geo. If. Sell, of Riverton, was in
Have you Been tbo Lewis and
our city between bouts yesterday.
Clark souvenirs at Mrs. Nosier’»?
V. M. Ireland, of Marshfield, was
with us Tuesday and Wednesday.
See the announcement o f B . W.
Osbourne, tbe shoemaker, in auotber
A tine selection of ladies’ neek-
(vuro lias just been rceieved by Mrs.
Tbe steamer Elizabeth sailed
from Bandon for San Francisco on
F ob R est — A small
A p p ly to W. A. Goodman,
T h e H kbald is in position to o f
fe r a h om esteader a gran d o p p o r
tunity to acquire a home.
Miss May Boyrie, of this city, will
open a term of school in the Cun
ningham district next Monday.
Mits Edna Bennett, of Gravel
Ford, visited Miss Elsie Tilman in
this place several days this week.
The ladies|of the Christian chnrch
will serve diuner and lunch at the
Pharmacy Building every day next,
Mrs. Anna Barklow, of Myrtle
Point, visited her son, J. D. Barklow
and family at this city a doy or so
The Myrtle Grove creamery paid
off yesterday for its past month's
supply, paying 28 cents per pound
W. H. Thomas, the pioneer log
ger, is moving to the lower river
where ho will conduct a logging
business this season.
Jud Mills and family moved to
Parkersburg yesterday, where Mr.
Mills will operate a donkey in the
camp of W. II Thomas.
Our old friend, J. F Noyes, of
near Myrtle Point, made our office
a pleasent call Wednesday morning
while in towu on business.
Mrs. W. H. Lyons, of this city,
returned from her oxtended visit
with relatives and friends in Cali
fornia the first of the week.
Mrs. M. Nosier, the Front street
merchant, has a very fine and com
plete lino of Easter novelties.
sure and see them while the stock is
See those baby bonnets at Mrs. Pcr
John Neilsen, of Prosper, came up
Wednesday to receive a bandsaw
outfit which arrived from the bay,
and which will be used at the ship
yard of Capt. Heuckendorff on the
lower river this season.
Str. M. F. Plant,
Coos Bay and
this suit, a succinct statement of which
is ss follows:
to let go of.
That there he adjudged to he due and OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT.
Easter at tho Presbyterian church;
Judge J. W. Hamilton will not
owing to tlie plaintiff from tile defend
be present at the term of circuit
ants Angus McDonald and Mary McDon
court which convenes at this city but the children have provided a the acceptance of his contribution to
ald the sum of $800, together with inter
est on $500 thereof at the rate of 8 per
Monday, but Judge L . T. Harris, the literary and musical program for the foreign missions that he imme
cent per annum, payable annualy, irom
new appointee in this district, will 3:30 o’clock, all are invited, the of diately double the amount.
the 21st day of November, 1903; an I to
fers go for missions.
preside during this term.
gether with interest on $300 thereof, at
Six million pounds weight of
Pies and cakes made to order at the
Meals and lodging at reasonable
the rate of 10 per eent per annum, pay
adulterated and harmful foods were
prices at Frank Wilson’ s.
able annually, from the 22ml day of
May, 1903; for such attorney fees in said L ' B - e
W. H . MANSELL, P r o p .
A. G. Horstman, representing destroyed by ths health department
Mrs. John Gillardi, of near town,
suit as the Court may adjudge reason
Successor to T. J. Little.
who had been at tho Horsfall hos Helmer A Bredhoff. the well-known of New York during the last twelve
able, and for his costs and disburse
pital for several weeks undergoing Han Francisco commissi on firm, also months.
ments in this suit.
A western farmer has written the
surgical and medical treatment hav proprietors of the large creamery
That the two mortgages set out in tiie
W IL L M E E T A L L B O A TS A N D T R A IN S .
ing sufficiently recovered returned just above town, was doing business Secretary of Agriculture asking how DR. J. E. SKINNER,
complaint herein, and which were e x
ecuted by the defendants, Angus Mc
All orders handled with carefulness and expedience.
Wednesday as far as this place. several days this week in this county, to treat land that is soaked with
P ractical Optician.
Donald and Mary McDonald, to tiie
She will be all right in n short time. succeeding in closing a contract for petroleum. The Secretary has not
Will soon be in Coquille City,
plaintiff, to secure the payment, re
Sole Agent for
Lewis ami Clark Souvenir Neckties the output of a creamery or so other yet replied but will probably suggest
spectfully, of the two promissory notes
than their own nnd otherwise look, to the farmer that he drill wells in it. W atch for date and place.
(or ladies’ and gents at Kanematz’s.
Our young friend, P. H. Peter ing after the company’s interests.
Those W ALK-OVER herein, be foreclosed, and tho premises
The pleasing knowledge that if I
described in said mortgages, to-w it:
son, of Arago, who has been travel
A fine stock of Stilson-Kellogg loggers’
Shoes were born and The E % of the SW l4 , and the W % of
defeated, even after the utmost dis
ing about considerably the past year, shoes are at Strang’ s Btore. Look at
bred in a first-class fac the 8E Q of section 9 in township 29
play of gallantry, he will be court-
T H E 3VE-A.2ST
arrived home Wednesday. He has them.
tory. They were made south of range 12 west ot Willamette
martialed, may have the effect of
We are told that Orvil Dodge, of
taken in a eonsedeiablo portion of
for a first-class man—
inspiring Admiral Rojesventsky with
Who tied the cow ’s tail to his leg in th e p r o c e s s o f m ilk
the coast since he left here, both Myrtle Point, has had returnee from
that’s you. For sale by cepting 66 acres, more or less from tho
ing; said sho had not D igged bi n i e r tw o m ile s lie f o r
confidence. It would get on some
above described premises, wtiich lias
north and south, but spent tho win the samples of ore he sent away to
he realized he hat r a il) a mist ike
W. T. KERR k CO.
heretofore been sold and conveyed to
have assayed a short time sinco, and
ter at Oakland, California.
parties other than tiie plaintiff, as
H o w GyEticla. E a r t l x e r
Mrs. l ’errott will receive a nice lot of that he is highly elated over the re-
Labor leaders in Washington
shown by the records of deeds of Coos
ladies’ and children’s hats next week.
Cut this out.
Must you bo dragged before you realize you nre making n
At reasonable prices.
provided by law, and that the proceeds
..... «o -*8“ j lnnucnce io inuuce congress io ex- i r
Bring it to Us.
mistake in not using Electric Lights.
Mrs. Orth, mother of our towns as $000 in gold per ton. This is ; tend the Eight Hour aud the Con-
thereof tie applied to the payment of the
It is worth 25 cents in trade
costs of said sale and of this suit, and
man, W. T. Lewis, had tbe misfor- certainly encouraging news for Mr. j (rttct Labor Laws to the Panama
i>t our store on repairing or
the sums found to be due on said two
tuue to fall last Tuesday evening, Dodge as well as others holding (janal zone. Probably this is to be j
I Jlj purchases amounting to $1.00
promissory notes as secured by said
fracturing her arm and dislocating claims in that section. There is no | expected, although the Labor unions I
mortgages, and that the defendants,
her sh rubier.
Dr. Russell was doubt but the time is not far distant cannot apply the men needed to con
Angus McDonald and Mary McDonald,
and all persons claiming under them
called and dressed her injuries which when the tniDes of Coos county w ill; gtrucl the canal,
The » Re
subsequent to tiie execution of said
are doing as well as could be expect-1 receive the attention they rightfully
mortgages tie barred, and foreclosed of
ed under the circumstances.
buildings in good condition; 16 rooms in
all fight, claim or equity of redemption
. hotel, 12 bedrooms. All rooms fur- ( h a i n h r r l n l n 's raath If i-n icil j- tin* in or to such premises.
24 stalls in stable.
n-ftt an*l t l o . l P n p s l a r
That the over-plus if sny there lie, be
down, balance on easy payments.
“ Mothers buy it for croupy paid into this Court to await its further I
further information call on or address
E. M. Furman, the Piano Man, Marsh children, railroad men buy it for order, and for such other and further re
field, Or., or at this office.
severe coughs and elderly people lief as to the Court may seem equitable.;
buy it for la gripe," say Moore
Tliis summons is published liy the j
Shoes R epaired
Bros., Eldon, Iowa. “ We sell more order of tiie Hon. I.. Harlocker, County
of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy Judge of Coos county, State of Oregon, j
I wculd respectfully (renounce to than any other kind. It seems to made and entered on the 9tli day of
the citizens of Coquille I hat I have have taken the lead over several March, 1905, and which order s;iecifies
opened a shop on Front street, next other good brands.” There is no that the same shall tie published for six
to the bicycle store, for repairing question but this medicine is tbe consecutive weeks on the same day of
shoes. All work entrusted to roe best that can be procured for each of said weeks, in the S emi -W eekly
will be promptly and neatly done cougbs and colds, whether it be a H e iia ld , a semi-weekly newspaper
at rea'ooable prices. I also keep child or an adult that is afflicted printed
~ r published
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For anything in the line of good pas not make up his mind which office
pared Paints, Oils
W . P. Fuller’ s prop;
try go F. Wilson.
and Varnishes at .1. A Lamb & C o .’ b .
(20 years’ experience.)
W. T. Kerr S l C o -
| IVERY and FEED STABLE
Coquille Coal and Lumber Co’s Coal
W a c t h t h is space.
leather nnd shoe findings for sale. It always cures quicklv. Sold bv j nam" c‘’" n JppKRY ,V CHAS f " ' *
R. W. O sbocne
R- 8. Knowlton.
" Attorneys for Plaintiff.