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Lost—Self-opening umbrella with
Fou S ale —S-mie Hue young
J cutio the handle. Leave s mie nt
horses — will make heavy team. En
quire at H erald office.
0 . W. Derby was up from the
Miss Florence Atkinson, of this
Dr. 8 . Abbott, a vtfteranary Bur
lower river on Saturday.
city, returned from a visit to the bay
geon of Marshfield, spent several
Fine Rreakfust Bacon at Dean & j yosterday.
days in town last week.
Basket social and dauce at the
Fou S a l e . —A few good Grade
Attorney J. M. Upton was over new school house at Green Point
and Durham bulls.
from Marshfield yesterday.
quire W. T. Dement, Myrtle Poiut.
E. II. Beyers, the Suinuer farmer,
F or S alk C hkac . Forty yards
Keep your bowels regular by the
had business in this city Friday.
brussels carpet, good as new. Ad
o f Chamberlain’s Stomach and
W. H. Thomas, the lower river dress L ■ 50 H erald .
Liver Tablets. There is nothing
logger, went to the<>ay Monday.
Parties wishing the best of pas better. For sale by R. S. Knowlton
Highest spot cash price paid for ture for stock will do well to inquire
Sheriff Gallier who took the con
chickens at Dean it Morgan’s mar of W. A. Goodman, Coquille, Or.
victs to Salem last week, having
Master Dane Hudson returned gone up by the Roanoke, returned
A little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. from a visit with bis sister, Mrs. by the same boat, arriving home
Cul Summers, of Bandon, died last Divilbiss, of Port Orford, on Wed Saturday afternoon.
The Mesdames Gallier and Line-
LOCAL N E W S .
C ounty D eclared Dry.
Our City E lection.
The county court met iu called
session Monday and among other
things made tho order declaring
the result of our Juno election on
the prohibition question, demand
ing th» closing of ull saloons in
Coos county. It appoars that the
saloon keepers expect to make a
tight to defeat the law, either on
the ground of its unconstitutioualitv
or on the ground that the elec
tion was illegal on account of the
notices not having been posted ac
cording to law.
On Monday, pursuant to notice,
our city election was held at which
the following offiiers were elected:
Councilmen for two years, W. T.
Kerr, J. A. Lumb, J. F. Schroeder.
Councilmen for one year, B. H.
Burns, Geo. O. Leach.
For recorder O. C. Sauford.
M ARSH FIELD
A private hospital for the care and treatment of medical, surgical
and obstetrical cases.
The Venus has bt*eu been put on
the lower river run to take care of
the milk busiuess.
Str. M. F. Plant,
Including room, baard, gjneral nursing and drugs.
Miss S. C. Lakeman, Matron.
Inform ation for Y oun g W om en .
to $30 per week
W. C. Gardiner, of Flag Staff,
made our office a pleasant busiuess
call when in town lust week.
John Perrott went to Marshfield
and other points on the bay last
The following is information for week doing deputy sheriff duty.
F or B en t — A small place near
A. M. YVelcb, who has been suf gar, of this city, who attended the young women who may go to the
Mr. and Mrs. Will Croy, of this
towu. Apply to YV. A. Goodman, fering from a severe spell of grip, meeting of the Head camp, W. O. W. Lewis and Clark Centennial at city, visited Mrs. Croy's parents,
was able to be up from Laupa creek at Los Angeles Cal., returned yester Portland: At the time of the Cen Mr. and Mrs. Lyttou, of Fairview,
day morning, having arrived by the tennial in Philadelphia, in 1876, the lust week.
The Htourners Elizabeth and Chico Monday.
Young Women’s Christian Associ
sailed Tuesday and are duo at.
Joe and Frank Fish came down steamer Plant,
We promised the b alance of the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morse, of ation, then six years old, sent out eircut court proceedings on our
from Bancroft tho latter part of
Jeff Walker, brother of our towns last week and visited a day or so this city, who started for California circulars to wurn girls against com. second page which we are obliged
Saturday, missed the Roanoke, und ing to see the Exposition with the to continue till next week.
man, T. A. Walker, arrived in town with bis folks.
from Olalla last Tuesday.
Little Loren George, son of Mr. Mr. Morse returned Monday, but idea of getting work.
Mr. Dr. Steele returned from her
T. H. Mehl A Co. are having a and Mrs, Geo. P. Stewart, formerly Mrs. Morse remained on tho bay to standing this there were hundreds recent trip with the Doctor down
o f girls stranded who exhausted the coast on Saturday. She pro
warehouse constructed back of of Myrtle Point, died at Gardiner await another steamer.
small savings in three or four ceeded to the bay the same day.
their hardware establishment.
Camas Valley, Or., Apr. 16, l ‘J05.
days and found no work; how to
or S ale . — Three beautiful town
If von have something that would
Bee hives of good pattern and
protect them wns a problem which
put up in worKinan-like manner at lots, nicely situated at a reasonable certify that the cause of the death is well remomberod by those who be of iut.’est at tho Lewis und Clark
price an -1 on the installment plan. of Jacob Coon who died February
exposition, send it to Dr. Haydon,
the Coquille Furniture Factory.
the 22, 1904 according to my diag were managers of the Association at Marshfield, or write him concern
Enquire at the H erald office.
Dr. Kirshman, the dentist, now
at that time.
The fence is being replaced nosis was inffamation of the bowels.
has his office over Nosler’s Barber
Desiring to meet these conditions
D r . 8 . P o p e ,
Mr and Mrs. T. J. Stillwell, of
shop, recently vacated by Dr. Snook.
we make the following suggestions:
Kistner's meadow, ami we may look
Bandon, went up to Wm. Colvin’s
At the meeting of the C. P- S. I.
1. See to it that you have money
Miss Rose Leneve went to Coal- for a lively league game to be pull
L. to be hold Friday, May 12, the enough for an emergency and for place whore they will visit for a
edo Monday whore she will remain
ed off there in the near future.
short time at least, to see if the
following program will be rendered: your return homo.
somo time taking care of Grandma
change would help her condition,
A scow loa-l of steel rails loaded
2. See to it that before leaving
Grow, who is ill.
at Cedar Point last week for Cody’s Beatty; recitation, “ Money Making home you learn from a reliable her health having beon bad for
Mrs. G. R. Wickham, the hotel
camp, dumped its load in the river and Money Spending, Mrs. B. F. source that your destination in some time.
keeper, went to M arshfield the last
and it was necessary to employ a Figg; readiug, “ Us 6 and Abuse of Portland is a safe one.
of the week to visit her daughter,
Reading,” Mrs. Moon; gong, Home
diver to secure them.
3. See to it that you accept no
Mrs. E. C. Holland.
Sweet home. All are invited.
directions from either men or women
Those who know themselves to be
Rev. Adolph Haberly will preach
Mr. and Mrs. S. VV. Upton, who on traius, if unknown to you, aud
iudebted to the Russell Pharmacy
— in —
his last sermon in the Presbyterian
are reminded that they are expected left this place last September, mak that you report to the conductor
church of Coquille next Sunday, to call at the office of E. B. Hall and ing an extended trip through Cali any advances in i la.
E S T A T E .
You must de R E A . I i
’ lay 14, at 11 a. m
fornia, and spending the winter pend upon yourself and the rail
pay without unnecessary delay.
$3,000 A largo school bnildiug liereto-
Miss Kittie Stone, o! Bandon,
Mr. liukens, the contractor, ex at Wolf creek, this state, arrived here road officials for information con '■"* ■■■ f<»ie conducted as au academy,
in center o f well populated dis
spentsov -r.il d i . siu t > vu visiting
pects to ccmplete the new school the last of the week an l are m ik cerning trains. Auy question! ,vill
trict- Building fully furnished.
relative! ai s'l i was 01 her way
Good grounds. An excellent op
house at Green Poiut by Saturday
portunity for the right party.
home fro-n Myrtle Poiut.
W ill lease.
and on that evening there will be onts, Mr. an 1 M's. J P. G u l m i i , Agents to ba foun 1 at thn s' itio is
on the way. They will be woman $11,500 This amount of fine property,
Mrs S. L. Carry, ■>' this city, went held a basket social and dance. All and other relatives and friea Is.
—- ■■■ ■ ■ including two fine residences
and 10-ncro orange grove in Pomona, Cal.
to Parkersburg last week and re are invited to attend.
Dr. Hivdon, of M irahrtsld, who with badges.
to • xohange for good stock ranch.
turned Saturday accompanied by
00 A good farm of 220 acres near Co-
John Peart is getting along nicely is in iu charge of work of gathering
- quille. lias $2,000 worth of first-
her moth *r, Mrs. Thor Ashton.
authorized Traveler’s Aid card of
class timber. Will lease.
with the opening of his new mine the Coos county exhibit for the
W. H. Young who w o thrown
A fine oirner business property
His boiler and engine Lewis and Clark exposition, was in
5. See to it that you apply for
from a falliug horse while driving
were put in place last week and town yesterday. He informs us
Nice small plaoe o f 8 acres near
these cards to your Organization, $1500 town, well improved, 4 acres fall
some cattle lately ami received a
work nicely, and will aid materially that he is getting along nicely. He
bearing orchard, balance pasture
fractured rib or so, is about all right
is receiving some very fine exhibits Society or Guild,
and meadow. Good eyoporator.
in the development work.
This is a good investment.
6 . See to it that before accept
and has a considerable of our space
Mr. Braddock has sent up money
Honse and two lots in good
covered. AH who feel an interest ing employment
L. Paeion, of Grants Pass, and.
location. A bargain.
to pay off the liens taken against
house, barn and four lots
in this fair should at once get a
Henry Ellingson, of Hoo 1 River,
in fine location.
his mine and says he will soon send
hustle on him to find something of that the Exposition Traveler’s Aid
arrived here last week and arc tak
Corner business property. Better
up a boiler and engine to take the
investigate this now.
Committee endorses it.
interest to be sent.
ing in the country and may remaiu
place of those taken out, and have
A hill ranch on Fishtrap of 150
7. See to it that before going to
acfes. 4 acres cultivated, 40 acres
You arc cordially invited to at
the mine started up in good shape
any lodging or boarding house that i in grasg, 2 rough houses, barn, 100 young
tend the gospel meetings iu the
fruit, trees, about 300,000 feet fine oedar
D. D. Pierce, the Front street again.
the Exposition Traveler’s Aid Com timber. This is a genuine bargain.
Adventist church, conducted by
merchant, is back from his trip to
A residence property that is dirt
Mrs. P. J. Lindburg, of port Or-
mittee recommends it. The address
California, ford accompanied by her son E-l, was Elder aud Mrs. W. L. Black, assisted
of the Portland headquarters of
Two fine lots near tho school-
whither he accompanied his -laugh in town Sunday. They have now by Prof. F. S. Bunch
this Committee is 312 Oak street,
5-room cottage and one lot.
ter, Mrs. Tyrrell.
gone to Humboldt county, Califor vics begins at 7:45; preaching at Portland, Oregon
A cozy home.
Chas. Lorenz, of Bindon, who has nia for a visit. Mr. Lindberg who
Three fine residence lots, close t
business. An exfcraordina
been on It >gue river fishing for has gone to San Francisco, will join friends
Mrs. Dr. M cCormac, of Marsh- I
How is it Accomplished?; Sanctifi field, was over to this city a couple j $ 100 Two corner bottom lots.
several weeks, returae 1 lastSitur- them on their return.
cation—What is it?
Heaven— of days last week helping her daugh
riay au 1 is enjoying a visit in town
It is impossible to describe my list in this
A. C. Bleily ship clerk and ac
cilnm n. I f you are looking for a good
accompanied by his wife an t little countant of the steamer Elizabeth,
ter, Mrs. French, in getting located piece of proporty at. a reasonable prioe,
Which? Satan — His Origin, Nature, in her new home in this place. Mr. can certainly snit you.
layed over this trip of the boat and
Uemembet, I rent houses and farms,
and Destiny; The Coming King; French is moving over to look af make loans and do all kinds o f agency
Mr. Odburt, superintendent of visitd the different towns of the river
business. Come in and see me before buy
The Law of Love, etc .
ter the boom and logging interests ing. I can save you DOLL A US.
the county infirmary, was in for in the interest of that vessel. He
O. C. 8ANFOKD,
Mr. Alolphsen has installed tho of the Doctor.
lumber last week and informs us is promised a full share of the busi
thit considerable substantial im ness thov have with Sin Francisco. system of logging across gulches
Our young friend, Rev. Will
Nav Co’s ^ p ^
provements are being made on the
Honry Holm, the Marshfield meat and rough places by hauling logs Beatty, of this city, started for Cot v r rhe Oregon Coal
market man, pissed through town on a suspended wire, a method very tage Grove Monday, at which place
extensively used throughout the ho has accepted a charge. The
V. N. Perry aoeo.np iniud by his Saturday with a carload of fine
mountainous regions of the North best wishes of a large circle of
Capt. Nelson, Master,
daughter, Mrs. E I. Wyant., of Ban mutton sheep which he nad secured
west. It is a comparatively new friends go with him to his field of
make regular trips between
don, went to the bay the latter
method, and a very interesting ono labors. This is his first charge and
of the week for a visit with Mr Per the South Fork. He tells us that
to watch in operation. It eliminates wo sincerely hope for good results,
ry’s sister, Mrs.
H risen, and he has just received a fine lot of
tho most expensive and difficult as he is a youug man with the pros
daughter, Mrs. Tillotson.
roads, and is practical and econom pects of a long and useful life ahead
IV. P. Fuller’ s prepared Paints, Oils of Smith river. Mr. Holm always
ical. This is the first one in use of him.
Tliis Steamer is very steady at sea and
a n ! Varnishes at .1. A. Lamb A Co.’ s.
gets the best to be had.
in Curry County, and it is well
Iter passenger accommodations are all
Jack Hnkell, employed in Crane
Jack Hayter who has been deck
A G o o d S iie c c s tlo n .
worth one’s while to go and see it.
new, clean and sweet, opening out on
Sturt jvant’s camp, w u struck by hand on the Dispatch for a short
Mr. C. B. Wainwright o f Lemon deck and having only two berths in a
— Port Orford Tribune.
aline which w n beiug haute I in time, bad the misfortune to get one
City, Fla,, lias written the manu room. Very superior Second Class.
The body of a man burned to a
"by a donkey, or n stick of wool of his hands badly bruised on Sun
facturers that much better results
Fare, 1st Class, $10. 2nd Class, $<1.
which was throwu by the line, suf day, and it has proven necessary to crisp who had been murdered, was
are obtained from tho use of Cham
fering several severe bruises and ampitate two fingers, and he may found by a track walker near Glen
F 3. D O W , Agent,
W . C Rose, A g t ,
berlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diar
cuts about the head. Ho is getting lose a third. While making a land dale lost Monday morning.
rhoea Remedy in vase of pains in
ing at Parkersburg aud was gliding dence of a desperate struggle and
along nicely at present.
the stomach, colic and cholera \
A Home Missionary Rally will be up to the dock Jack attempted to blood stains on the track indicated morbus by taking it in water as hot I
held at the Christiau Church next put a line around a pi e which stood where the murder was committed. as can be drank. That when taken |
Sunday. The subject of the sermon within a few inches of another pile, A small piece of trousers leg which in this way the effect is double in
in the morning will be in keeping and as the boat's gunwhale came in was not burned is the only possible rapidity. ‘‘ It seems to get nt the J
with the day, while the Endeavorers contact with the forward pile it was clue yet discovered which might lead right spot instantly,” he says. For |
will have charge of the evening ser thrown against the other, catching to the man's identity. A tramp was
R’ S’ Kn° w,lon’
arrested near Roseburg ~ Tuesday | S,,Ie
vices. A collection for home mis his hand between them, with the re
F or T ale . —One acre tract in nice
sion will be taken.
on suspicion that he might know
location with house and barn; 100
something of the crime.— Drain!
young fruit trees.
Equipment new and modern
A beautiful dapple gray and from imported blood weighs
1700 pounds. Sired by Thoroughbred Stallion Boneparte,
Will nuke the season at COQUILLE and other points in the valley
Season commences April 15th. For terms address or inquire of
Slingsby Bros., Coquille, Oregon.
JL W.H. SCHROEDER
W a tch m ake r and
C O Q U IL L .E ,
A l L W ORK
O REG O N .
That we are Headquarters for Gents' Furnish
Our line of Ready-made Clothing cannot be
Call and inspect our line of WALK-OVER Shoes
as well as many other leading styles.
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT.
W. T. Kerr & Co.
I IVERY and FEED STABLE
W. H- MANSELL,
P rop .
Successor to T. J. Little.
W IL L M E E T A L L B O A T S A N D T R A IN S .
AU orders lisudled with carefulness and expedience.
Sole Agent for
Coos Bay and
Coquille Coal and Lum ber Co’s Coal
T H E
U V E ^-U n T
Who tied the cow's tail to his log in the process of milk
ing; said she had not Trigged him over two m iles b efor
ho roalized he had m i la n mistake.
H o w 2v£vicl3. E a r tlx e r
Must you be dragged bofore you realize Jou are making a
mistake in not using FUootric Lights.
H erald office.
Solid Gold Rings Given A w ay.
Cut this out.
L&VI STRAUSS & C O S
o v e p a lls S
We will give a solid gold ring
to every baby born during the
month of Mav, 1905 , whose par
ents live in the Coquille river val
W ilson J ewelry C o
“ The Reliable Jewelers.”
(20 years' experience.)
Bilng it to Us.
| It is worth 25 cents in trade
j at our store on repairing or
purchases amounting to $ 1.00
| or more.
W ils o n J e w e lry Co.,
T b e R elia ble J e w e l « «
E x p e rie n c e
20 T « n
NEW AND SECOND
Bley I es Sundries, Etc.
Wheels to Rent.
A W ord to the W ise
Get your meat at the
FRESH AND SALT MEATS.
Lard, Bacon, Hams, Sausage, Chickens, Vegetables,
Turkeys and Game in Season.
Phone, Main 43.
P. 0. Box 224