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About Semi-weekly herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1904-1905 | View Entire Issue (April 24, 1905)
LOCAL N EW S.
Flour $1.00 per sack at Draue's
Christian Church Rotes.
Flour $1.00 per sack at Drane’s
Gooseberry pies will soon be
Attention! Wool Growers— W. T.
The house was crowded at the
Kerr will make contracts and cash
ready to pick.
Flour $1.00 pt-rsiick atDrane’s.
Easter exercises and a good program
New line of Summer shirt waists adTance8 for y °ur woo,‘
L. HarriHOD, the veterinarian, wuh
just in at Mrs. Nosler's.
Robert Fredrick, agent for the
wan in towu on Saturday.
One big round dollar buyes a steamsrs plying between San Fran-1 8hort ser,UOD, on ° re,t 8ubiecU
Go ami see those beautiful ladiea’
sack of flour at Drane’s.
cisco and Bandon, had bueiness in next Sunday both morning and $3,000 A large school building hereto
• foie oonduoted a« an academy,
A private hospital for the care and treatment of med cal, surgical
silk vesta ut Mrs. Perrott’s.
Mr. snd Mrs. Chas. Moomaw have Coquille yesterday. He has just evening.
iu center of well populated dis
trict- ltaildiug folly furnished.
May Day exercises at Masonic moved into the Pharmooy building. ' returned from s business trip to Han
and obstetrical cases. Equipment new and modern
Good grounds. An excellent op
the ohurch adjourns to attend in a
Hall, next Monday night
portunity for the right party.
in every particular.
J. W. Morley and D. M. Sumer-
body the dedication at Myrtle Point
F or S alk .— T en fine «botes. En lin, of the Lee section, were in to see
$11,500 This amount of fine property,
Alex Smith, formerly a prominent
Let all go who can. To be sure of 11 1
including two Ane residences
quire i f J. Quick, Lamp» creek,
us on Friday.
logger of Coos county, for several
and 10-acre orange grove-in Pomona, Oui. j
dinner take a basket of lunch with to
exohange for good stock ranch.
Have you seen the Lewis and
Burt Folsom, of the North Pork, years conducting an extensive bus you.
$4500 A good farm of 290 acres noar Go- 1
Including room, b^ard, gitieral nursing and drugs.
Clark souvenirs at Mrs. Nosler's?
. . .
out He. Has $‘2,000 worth of Arst- ;
ran in to see us on business while iness for the late J. A. Lyons, of
class timber. Will lease.
this city, died in Portland a week
tV ill Westbrook came down from in town yesterday.
dinner and lunch in the evening at »2800 A Ane corner businoss property
Eden Valley the last of the week.
W anted . — Pasture for two horses ago today.
the Pharmacy building every day »1500 Nice small plaue o f 8 acres near
Circuit court, with Judge Harris as near town as possible. Apply
A Sunday school was organized
town, well improved, 4 acres full
this week. The proceeds to go to
bearing orohakl, balanoe pasture
presiding, is running along nicely. to J. N. Jacobson, Coquille.
at Lee last Sunday with a member
and meadow. Good eyoporator.
the church improvement fund. If
This is a good investment.
Where can you find good things
C hickens . — The Coquille Valley ship of 21. D P. Strang was elect any friends of the church have any
House and two lots in good
to eul? At the Pharmacy this week. Packing Co. is offering the highest ed superintendent; Mrs. Brown as thing in the eatable line to donate,
location. A bargain.
house, barn and four lots
E. B. Price, the Riverton mer rnarkot price for good chickins.
for the good cause it will be gladly
in Ane looatiou.
chant, had business in town yester
Corner business property. Better
Mrs. Nosier has an elegant line
investigate this now.
F or S ale .— One United States
of Easter goods, every style, shape
A hill ranoh on Fishtrap of 150
Turbine Seperator, capacity about
May Day Program.
sores. 4 sores cultivated, 40 acres
A fine selection of ladies’ neck- and size. Call and see them.
in grass, 2 rough houses, barn, 100 young
1000 pounds; in good order, as good
waro has just been recieved by Mrs.
about 300,000 feet Ane oedar
Keep your bowels regular by the
Masonic Hall, Monday evening, timber. This is a genuine bargain.
use of Chamberlain’s Stomach and as new. Owner perfectly satisfied
$ 500 A residence property that is dirt
If you want good homo cooking, Liver Tablets. There is nothing but it is not large enough for his May 1st:
go to the Pharmacy for your dinner
j 250 Two Ane lota near the school- A beautiful dapple gray and from imported blood weighs
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mehl, of Ban T. H. Mehl A Co’s, hardware store. Double Quartette, "M ay is Come.”
$ 500 New 5-room cottage and one lot.
1700 pounds. Sired by Thoroughbred Stallion Boneparte,
Mr. Cody received a large log
J. H. Radabaugh, of Arago, made don, spent several days in towm last
Three Ane residence lots, close t
business. An extraordinar bar
Will make the season at COQUILLE and other points in the valley
our office a pleasant business call on week, Mr. Melel doing some finish ging donkey from the bay Saturday
ing work on bis mother's new home. which was removed from the car and March and song, “ Let us go a $ 100 gain.
Season commences April 15th. For terms address or inquire of
Maying,” Twelve Children.
Mrs. D. P. Strang who recently placed on a scow for shipment to
F or R ent — A small place near
S lin gsb y Bros., OoqaiUe, Oregon.
Crowning the May Queen.
ojlumn. If yon arc looking for a good
town. Apply to W. A. Goodman, moved out to Lee to spend the sum the lower river on Sunday. It is a Song.
piece of property at a reasonable price,
mer, is in town. She looks well and powerful machine and will be able
can certainly soil you.
May Pole Drill, Eight girls.
Kemembei, I rent bouses and farms,
us that Mr. Strang is improv to do its part of a good logging
loans and do all kinds o f agency
B orn . — In Marshfield, Or., Apr.
Doll Drill, Twenty little girls.
business. Come in and see roe before buy
20, 1905, to Mr. and Mrs. Bennett
Emerson Exercises, Physical Cul ing. I can save you DOLLARS.
O. C. SANFORD,
Coal Miners Wanted.— D. S.
John Tawse, the coal mining man,
Swanton, a son.
Rouse, superintendent of the Co went to Parkersburg jesterday to
Dumbbell Dr 11 , Twelve boys and
Mrs. Nelson Smith, of Bandon, quille Co's mine at Riverton, is now
a tla iu .
accompanied by Miss Barklow, were in shape to employ several more to do some prospecting for coal on
There are few diseases that in
Song, "Happy May.”
men at good pay.
in town yesterday.
flict more torture than rheumatism
section. Mr. Tawse is a coal man Fancy Steps,
W atchm aker and Jeweler,
Conductor Wm. Kardell of our
Thomas Heaton, the contractor,
and there is probably no disease
of long experience and there is no
went to the bay yesterday and will railroad, has been quite ill for some
question about his being able to find Reading, New Year’s Eve, Ten- for which such a varied and useless
time. Hi Wright has been filling
remain for a while at least.
lot of remedies have been suggest
a good prospect. There is a con
nyson, LseAnna Gage.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Nye, who
ed. To say that it can ce cured is,
siderable demend for coal at present. Music.
therefore, a bold statement to make,
had been with us for several days, Mr, K ’s Illness.
About 8:30 o’clock Friday even
but Chamberlain’s Pain Balm,
Mrs. Chas. Nordstrom, fo Marsh
returned to 8an
A ll w o r k g u a r a n t e e d .
ing our fire department was called,
which enjoys an extensive sale, has
field, who had been at this plaoe
met with great success in the treat
this time to a genuine fire. From a Chorus, "Long Live America.”
The lsdies|of the Christian chnrch for a week visiting her parents, Mr. defective flue, the house oocupied Declamation,
"In Manila Bay,” ment of this disease. One applica
will serve dinner and lunch at the and Mrs. Peter Johnson, returned
tion of Pain Balm will relieve the
Willie Be 11 ha tn.
by J. H. Sackett was found to be on
Pharmacy Building every day next, home Saturday.
pain, and hundreds of suffers have
fire at the roof. In a short time, Grandmother’s story ot Bunker testified to permanent cures by its
W. Reddick, late of southern not to exceed five minutes after the
Hill Battle, (with tableaux) use. Why suffer when Pein Balm
Mrs. James Walstrom, of Bandon, California, is here to take charge of
(a) Harmony affords such quick relief and costs
went home Sunday after a week’s a section of our railroad. The first
(b) pantomine, but a trifle? For sale by R. S. That we are Headquarters fo r Gents' Furnish
visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. E Buck, work they will do will be to put in
Star Spangled Banner.
water going on the flames which
of this city.
the new swith at the mill.
Admission, 15, 25 and 35 cents.
were extinguished at one e.
Anyone in need of the service of
See our clubbing proposition
has been in the
of a first-class engineer—stationery with the Oregon Semi-Weekly Jour
employ of the W. R. Haines Music
traction or marine, will do well to nal. This is done to give our read discontinue publication semiwsekly
Company the past few months, is Our line o f Ready-made Clothing cannot
and again come out but once a day last week.
enquire at the H erald office.
ers a chance to read Paul De La-
Will Oddy was down from Arago no longer connected with the con
Arthur Etlingson the furniture ney’s new novel,"The Sheepherder.” week. We find that the publish
ing of our papers oftener than once one day last week.
cern, and is not authorized to make
man, went to Bandon the latter part
Dr. Earl, State quarantine officer,
C. Timmons, the cannery man, any collections or solicit for the
of the week. Mr. Cecil looked af of Astoria, was in town yesterday, a week is not aypreciated sufficently
ter the store during his absence.
being in this county on official busi
pense at this time, but we hope to proceeded to Bandon for a visit.
carried by the W. R. Haines Mnsic
Call and inspect our line o f WALK-OVER Shoes
If you want to help out a good ness. He has appointed Dr. Straw,
be able to take up the Bemi weekly
cause, improve the looks of the town, of Marshfield, health officer for the
again in the not far distant future. being transferred from the care to a (Signed)
W. R. H a i n k s
keep your money at home, and get port of Coos bay.
as well as many other leading styles.
E ditor H erald : Please let your
a good dinner, go to the Pharmacy.
Captain Sperry, of Portland, who
See those baby bonnets at Mrs. Per has paid Coos county two or three
Notice is hereby given that the part
F or I a l e . —One acre tract in nice
visits in the past year, arrived by that the well-known traveling re
nership heretofore existing between Staple and Fancy Groceries.
The steamer Chico and the the last Alliance, and is looking pairer, Robt. Ahr, of Marshfield, is location with house and barn; 100 Stephen L. Minard and B. Folsom, d o
Enquire at ing business under the firm name of
schooners Albian and Mayflower about with a view to investing and now at St. Louis, aDd will not be young fruit trees.
sailed on the 22nd, the schooner becoming identified with some of able to make his 9th annual tour of H erald office.
Minard A Folsom has been disolved. All OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT.
the Coquille river this year, and that
bills, notes and accounts due or to be
Ruby on the 23rd, and the schooner our leading industries.
come due said partnership are hereby
ha does not kDow just when he will
Fortuna arrived on the 23rd .
Mrs. F. M. Geverez, of Cunning
made payable to said B. Folsom; and all
be back Also thank my many
Meals and lodging at reasonable ham, who has been at Salem in the
obligations of said partnership minti on-
customers in Oregon for past pat
prices at Frank Wilson’s.
ed in the agreement of dissolution are
insane asylum, has so far recovered
ronage. Anyone wishing to write
hereby assumed by said B. Folsom.
W anted . — A span of brood mares, her health and mind that she has
him will address Robt. Ahr, Arsenel
Dated at Coos County, Oregon, this
to weigh 1100 to 1200 lbs. apiece, been sent home much to the delight
24th day of April, A. D. 1905.
station, St. Louis, Mo.
also wagon and harness cheap for her many friends. She was ac
Easter Sunday was sot apart by
cash. Enquire at this office or ad companied by her sister.
W. H. MANSELL, P r o p .
the Woodmen of the World for the
dress E. A. Barnett, Coquille.
W. A. Goodman, the housemover,
Successor to T . J. Little.
£ ^ ^ T h e Oregon Coal A Nav Co’s ^ g V
oommemorative service for the late
Lewis and Clark Souvenir Neckties went to Lampa the latter part of the
G E N E R A L D R A Y IN G .
F. A. Falkenburg, head consul of the
for ladies’ snd gents at Kancm atx's.
week io look into the matter of
order, and very pretty and inter
W ILL M EET ALL BOATS A N D TRAINS.
Will Willard and family went to moving the house and barn of C. I.
Capt. Nelson, Master.
esting services were conducted at DR. J. E. SK IN NER ,
the bay yesterday to take a steamer Green, which stands in the right of
All orders handled witli carefulness and expedience.
the South Methodist Church in this
W ill make regular trips between
for Portland. They will locate way of Mr. Cody’s logging road
city by the Revs. Mulkey, Haberly
near the metropolis for the present, which is being built up Lampa
S o le A g e n t fo r
and Branham. The church was
Will soon be in Coquille City,
that being Mr. Willard’s former creek.
decorated with beautiful flowers
Watch for date and place.
A. L Veatch, the boot and shoe
and the house was filled with inter
W. P. Fuller's prepared Paints, Oils
ested listeners. The opening prayer
These W ALK-OVER This Steamer is very steady at sea and
and Varnishes at J. A. Lamb A Co.’s.
town a couple of days last week and
was delivered by Rev. Haberly af
Shoes were born and her passenger accommodations are all
The Ladies of the Christian secured a room in the Gilkey build
ter which Rev. Mulkey delivered an
bred in a first-class fac new, clean and sweet, opening out on
Church will serve dinner ot the ing for a shop. Mr. Veatch is well
address apropos to the occasion,
tory. They were made deck snd having only two berths in a
Who tied the oow’s tail to his leg in the process of milk
Pharmacy buildng, every day this to many of our citizens and his work
and Rev. Branham concluded the
for a first-class man— room. Very superior Second Class.
ing; said she had not Iragged him over two m iles befor
week, beginning with today. The needs no recommendation to those
Fare, 1st Class, $10. 2nd Class, $R.
servioes with an impressive sermon, %
that’s you. For sale by
he realized he had ma le a mistake.
proceeds to .' go to the church im- who know him.
while very nioe music wag furnished
W. T. KERR & CO.
W. R. Haines, the piano and by the choir. The members of the
How IvL-U-Cli Fart tier
Mrs. Perrott will receive a nice lot of music dealer, of Marahfield, has pur camp and circle attended in a body
Must you be dragged before you realize you are making a
ladies’ snd children's hats next week. chased the interests in this line of
Out this oat.
from their hall.
mistake in not using E lectric L ights.
At reasonable prices.
the Arago Music house, which was
Bring it to Us.
Web and Hardee Mast, of the successor to the Grisson Music Co.,
is worth 25 cents in trade
S o lid Gold Ring Given A w ay.
Northfork, burned a slashing on snd has the largest line of fine in.
at our store on repairing or
tbs 15th of last August, and we aro struments ever brought to Cooe
purchases amounting to $1.00
We will give a solid gold ring
told that fire still exists in some of county. He also keeps the piano
the large trees. It should be re player, a contrivance by which any. to every baby born during the
Wilson Jewelry Co.,
membered that the dry season is one can play, rendering the finest month of May, 1905, whose par
T b « R e l i a b l e J e w e le r s .
2 0 Tamm'
rapidly approaching and forest fires music perfectly, and without the
'-«1 -7 -
should be looked out for.
slightest knowledge of music.
$£ 1 £> t o ^ 3 0 p e r w e e k
Miss S. C. Lakeman, Matron.
B o n e p a rte , J r.
W.H. 8 GHR 0 EDER
JW W W W W W W W W W W ^^
R E M E M B ER
W . T . K err
I IVERY and FEED STABLE
Str. M. F. Plant,
Coos Bay and
San Francisco Coquille Coal and Lumber Co's Coal
W il s o n J e w e l r y C o .
made from .«elected materiali1
L E V IiS T
“ The Reliable Jewelers."
(20 years’ experience.)
( h n in b r r U ln 't t f o i i f h R r t n r t l j th e
llr e t f»n<l M ast P a p a l t r .
‘‘Mothers buy it for croupy
children, railroad men buy it for
F IS H ,
severe coughs and elderly people
buy it for la gripe,” say Moore
Bros., Eldon, Iowa. "W e sell more
of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy NEW AND SECOND HAND
I would respectfully announce to ¡than any other kind. It seems to
the citizens of Coquille that I have have taken the lead over several
opened a shop on Front street, next other good brands.” There is no
to the bicycle store, for repairing question hut this medicine is the
Bicyles Sundries, Etc.
shoes. All work entrusted to me t»est that can be procured for
will be promptly sod neatly done coughs and colds, whether it be a
at reasonable prices. I also keep child nr an adult that is afflicted ' Wheels to Rent. Repairing
leather snd shoe findings for sale. It a lw a ys cures quickly. Sold bv !
R. S. Knowlton.
R. W. O rbocxe
A Word to the Wise
Get your meat at the
City M e a t M arket
FRESH AND SALT MEATS.
Lard. Bacon, Hams, Sausage, Chichens, Vegetables,
Turkeys and Game In Season.
Phone, Main 43.
P. 0. Box 2 2 4