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COQUILLE DEFEATS MARSH*
Race Meeting at Portland.
«»r N lam arh T r o u b le wiitl U a srlta ll 1‘ laj-rra am i F oolrar.-n .
Louis J. Kruger, ex-champion
Tires Times tic Value of
Porttand, July 5.— Among the
“ Cliiunberl.-uii’s Stoni ich and long distance foot racer of Germany
great attractions which the Lewis Liver Tablets have done mu a and Holland, writes, Oct. 27, 1901;
W E D N E S D A Y , J U L Y 12
"During my training o f eight
aud Clark Exposition will afford the great deal of good,” says C Towns,
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of Rat Portage, Ontario, Canada. weeks’fOut races at Salt Lake City,
Still tasting the bitter pill that visitors to Poitland during this
Butter Making In Coos County our boys g ive Marshfield last Mon month will be the opening of the "Being a mild physic the after in April last ! used B.illurd’l Stio.v
effects are not unpleasant, and I Liniment to inv greatest satisfac
race meeting given by the Multno can reccoinmend them to all who tion.
With this season opens a new day, the.' vi cut into the game with
Therefore, I highly recommend
paying the “ Chap mah Fair Association at Irvington suffer from stomach disorder.” For
ora in the production of butter in a veng<
Snow Liniment to all who are trou-
Park Track, beginning on July 22. sale by R S Knowlton.
Coos county. Heretofore the Cal- |
nh d with sprains, bruises or rheu-
Rotary machine and ball bearing
Both A ooper and Reid pitched More than 500 horses will be
ifornia products have kept u few
nutisui.” 25c, 50c and $ MX). For
it tho lightest runuiug ma
iteid weakened in the
sale by R. S. Knowlton.
points higher in the markets than j good bal'
chine in the world.
racing days, which by the way, will IN T H E C IR C U IT COURT OF T H E
anything manufactured in Oregon,
STATE OF OREGuX, FOR COOS
n o t ic h .
be the longest race meeting ever
Quiit and durable, the rotouy
but this season with the introduc- score once.
C O UNTY:
motion does away with noise and
Notice is hereby given that I
tion of the Pasteurizer, cold storage I Robinson first up reached the m- held in Oregon. The horses that Garrett M. Hill,
will start iu the stake and handicax>
wear caused by the forward aud
have taken up one black and white
plants and other up-to-date appli- itial
on a0 error of Hughes, and
bull with short horns and riug in
movement of the shuttle.
ances, the output of theCoquille, or ™a« h« d H8™nd on Ordway's beauti
Will. J. Marsh, Trustee
nose. N o marks. Runs on Hinck
raced last winter at Oakland and
at least a great portion of it stands
creek range. Owner will call anil
Los Angeles. Such owners as E.
To Wm. J. Marsh, Trustee, above pay damages and take animal or I
equal to the first-class article pro alta next up lined a bit to left but
sharp fielding kept Robinson on J. Ramsey, Doctor Rowell, Harry named defendant:
will offer for sale and sell him i ac- ieuerai Office for Pacific Coast.
duced in northern California.
In the name o( the State of Oregon, j
Stover, Winters & Johnson, and
W hile it was a fact that a fine
you are hereby required to appear and
231 SUTTER SI.,
G. A. Henry.
The locals now had three men on Del Fountain, have entered their answer the complaint of plaintiff filed
quality of butter has been produced
Cooper stake horses in the events, horses against you in said Court and Cause, on
in this section for a number of bases with no body out.
C h a s . A. M c K e l l ip s , Agent, Coqu/'lle, O regon.
that would have been shipped East, or before the 24th day of August, 1905,
years, it has not generally been next up walked forcing a run.
Admitted by piano dealers of the
being the date prescribed by the court
better class, conceded by the public
known, as the best of our products
stake moneys that the Association in the order for publication of summons
have been sold in the markets of gets Ordway at home and Nevins
for you to appear and answer said einn- in general, that the dealer who runs
have hung up.
the world as, and under the name on first and first throws back to
plaint and if you fail to appear and down his competitor and his goods,
When the Association officials answer said complaint on or before said
of California butter, but this season,
is the dealer to give tho goby when
through the firm of Fred B. Haight score from second on the above made up their stake events last year date, for want thefeof, tne plaintiff will you
e to tile gulectioi of a
apply to the court for the relief demand
E M. F oil MAN,
& Co., Props of the O. K. creamery, play. Collins and Peralta collided they were in a generous mood.
Ci »quill June 14, 1905
Coquille buttor is being shipped all and both were stretched on the Knowing that the Exposition would plaintiff be decreed to be the owner
over the world as a Coos county ground, one on each side of the bring lovers of the thorougbreds in fee simple of :hc northwest hi of sec
A private H o sp ita l w ell e q u ip p e d fo r the treat
tion 24 in Township 28. South of range
product, without being rewrapped plate.
m ent o f s u r g ic a l a n d m e d ical d ise ases.
A fter a delay of fifteen minutes made up their minds that if hand 9 West of the Willamette Meridian, in
and on its own merits.
Collins finished the game but Per some purses and valuable stakes Coos county, Oregon, and that defend
T ra in e d N u r s e s in A ttendance.
alta had to retire as he was unable would attract the best class of ant lias no eetnte, interest or claim, or
At Myrtle Point
any title whatever to said described
to play, luckily that no bones were horses and tne best owners, they
premises, and that plaintiff's title be de
would certainly bring them to P o rt clared good and valid thereto, nnd for Does finest up-to-ilnte work at low For Information Address
R. W. Haughton has treated broken.
est prices. "Courteous treat
Robinson was called in from sec land. This they have done and in his costs and disbursements.
himself to a new buggy.
ent’ to all. We sell plates,
This summons is published once a
Mrs. Henry Reese, of North Bend, ond and caught an elegant game. all they will distribute over $100,-
cameras and all supplies.
is visiting her old home at this
the Coquille Herald, a weekly news Printing and finishing for amateurs
looked blue for our boys, they go events and purses.
paper published in Coquille, Coos
ing to the bat with the score 2 to horses as Horatius. Sea Air, Bom county, Oregon, by order of Hon. L.
i ~ la*
, 1 m
J. D. Clinton and Pink Rickman
1 against them, but nevertheless bardier, Hugh McGowan, Gloomy Harlocker, County Judge of L'oo.i Coun
FRATERN AL ORDERS.
returned Thursday from a trip to
they came forward with the determi Gus, winner of the Seattle Derby; ty, Oregon, made on the 10th day of
nation to win.
Smith first up Whisky KiDg, and a host of others July, 1905. The first publieation of this
summons is on the 12th d iv of July. QOQ'JILLE LODGE, NO. 53 i. o. 0. F
Mrs. Robt. Wagner, of Myrtle
reaches first on Boynton’s error and that have won winning brackets,
Meets every Saturday night.
1905, and the last will be on the 2;lrd
Point, visited her sister-in-law, Mrs.
CARRYING REGULAR STOCK
The Lewis and day of August, 1905.
is thrown out at second on Cart will be there.
G eo . H. B a x te r , N. G.
J. C. Lett, over Sunday.
J. S. L awrence , Sec’ v.
wright’s bunt. Kennedy next up Clark Exposition Handicap will be
Dated this 10th day of July, 190 ),
0J Standard and Established Goods, where eash Instru
J. A. DeVaul returned Wednes lines out a two bagger to center. worth $1,500.00 to the winner, the
J. A. BUCHANAN,
QOOUIUE ENCAMPMENT, NO. 25, I. 0. 0. F.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
day from Roseburg where ho had Robinson up hits a beautiful double Irvingtou Handicap $1,200.00 and
Meets the first and third Thursday
ment is sold according to its intrinsic value. We sell you a
gone to meet his sister and brother to center, scoring Cartwright and the Labor Day Handicap is valued
nights in each month.
J. J. S t a n l e y , C. P.
and family, who came down from Kennedy.
$1,000.00. Many of the horses that
High Grade, Popular price or Commercial Piono,
Now is I 111! time to buy Ghaut- I. H acker , Scribe.
Portland to visit their father and
Marshfield on their half were un will race at Irvington have been
berhiin’s Coli :. Cholera and Diur-
lacing at the Meadows, and hardly ¡ hoc.i R O" !
able to tie the score.
It is certo in to he |y|AMIE REBEKAH LODGE. NO. 20.
at their real value.
Mrs. Harry Hemsley, who is up
Meets the se.-ond and fourth Wednes
Below you will find the autopsy a day goes by but some track record needed .. i n , or I 11er mid when
from Samoa, California, visiting her of the game.
is broken, and as a sample the mile that time comes you will need h
One Price only on each Grade
M rs . M a r vin L yo n s , N. G.
old home and many friends spent a
was cut from 1:40 to 1:39 J badly— yon will need it quickly. M rs . M amie S lag le , See’y.
Buy it no v. It. nmy save life. For
few days this week with 8 J. Mo-
We carry a complete line of Pianos, Organs, Piano-Players,
AB R B H P O A E by Hugh McGowan.
sale bv 11 S Kmovlton.
QHADWICK LODGE, NO. 68, A. F. A A M
Closkey and family.
Nevins, ss........... 4 0 2 0
Meets the Saturday night on or tie-
T r ix ie T r ic e .
Talking Machines, Sheet music and Musical Merchandise.
Pernlta, c ............2 0 1 3
0 0 race meetings ever held in the
fore the full moon.
N o tic e
Streib, lb .......... 4 0 0 9
1 1 Northwest, President A. R. D ia
J. H. C ecil W. M
J. (V Wilson, Machinist, lias
Everything Sold on Easy Payments.
R iv e rto n P ick -u p s.
Smith, cf .......... 4 0 1 9
0 0 mond has kept teams and men at moved to the K e ir mill and will do J. J. L am b , Sec’y.
Cartwright 3b ...,4 1 0 3
0 0 work on the track at Irvington all all inai-hiu" work tnero hereafter.
j BEULAH CHAPTER NO 6. 0. E S.
The 4th of July celebration here
winter, aod «yon noijnrlv oa «hio ,'f
Meets next Friday night.
1, \ \ h ft is ligfitemng fasf. The stalls have in the mill shop.
TOfTjr fffiBlhed to enjoy ' themselves
M rs . K a th r yn S la g l e , W. M.
Successor to the Chas. Grissen and A ia g o Music Co..
Kennedy If.........4 1 1 0
0 0 been fumigated and have been given
M rs . M amie S lag le , Sec’ y.
immensely. The program was car
Cooper, p ......... 2 0 0 0
7 0 a fresh coating o f whitewash, and
ried out in an excellent manner.
Phone. Main 905.
JJTCURCUS LODGE. NO 72, K. P.
Lorenz, c f............ 1 0 0 0
0 0 painters are now at work repairing
Too much praise cannot be given
Meets the second and fourth Tuesday
the grandstand, fences and paddock.
the children who participated in tho
nights each month in Odd Fellows’ hall.
32 3 7 27 16 2 The Association has also announced
A. F. L in e o a r , C. C.
V. R. W ilso n , K. R. S.
that from September 17 to Septem
Last Saturday the Sunday school
Any person cutting Timber or
AB K BH PO A E ber 28 it will endeavor to give a
QOQUILLE LODGE. NO. 127, A. 0. U. W.
picnic was enjoyed by a goodly Feeney, 2b . . 4 1 1 3 5 0
light harness race meeting.
Meets the second and fourth Wednes
number. The program was excel Collins, c ., . 4 0 0 11 2 0
liberal purses will be given and of the Southern Oregon Company, day nights of each month in W. O. W.
lent and all parts well rendered. Boynton, ss . . 4 0 2 1 1 1
some of the best trotters and pacers or rem ving same, or other property
F red S lag le , M. W.
The ladies’ band of Coquille w
Smith, If .. ., . 4 0 0 0 0 0
O. F. R ohrer , Rec.
from California will be seen at Ir v
It rendered ex Dewey, l b . . . . 3 0 0 11 2 0
ington in addition to a strong lot of authorized in writing, will be Pros
|MPERIAL LODGE, NO. II, D. OF H.
Hughes, 3 b .. . 3 0 0 0 1 I
ecuted according to law.
A beautiful dapple gray and from imported blood weighs
Oregon and Washington horses.
Meets the first and third Wednesday
E. M. Peterson left for Portland Hunrahan, rf. . 3 0 0 0 0 0
Any person furnishing sufficient
1700 pounds. Sired by Thoroughbred Stallion Boneparte.
nights each month in Woodman hall.
last Thursday. He goes to a hos Wickman, cf. . 3 0 0 1 0 0
C h r e r t n if y R c r »ra in c n < lc < l lo r
evidence for the recovery of proper
M rs . B ird ie S keelb , C. H.
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W ill make the season at C O Q U ILLE and other points iu tho valley
pital for medical treatment.
2 1 1 0 2 0
ty so taken and conviction of the M iss I rene L amb , Rec.
Season commences April 15th. For terms nddress or inquiro o f
Misses Myrtle and Alma Davis,
|y|VRTLE CAMP, NO. 197. W. 0. W.
30 2 4 27 13 2 writes Dec. 2, 1901: “ About two half of tho property recovered.
of Remote, are visiting their sister,
Slingsby Bros., Coquille, Oregon.
Meets the first and third Saturday
years ago I was laid up for four
Mrs. L . E. Brown.
S o u t h e r n O r e g o n C o m p a n y .
nights of each month.
Are you going to the fair.? I f SO months with rheumatism. I tried
R obt . B urns , C. C.
Ballard’s Snow Linim ent; one bot
Mrs. Willard was down visiting | be there on tho 19th
J. G. S immons , Clerk.
The Oregon Coal A- Xav Co's
relatives last week.
James H. Wadman, and A. F.
I can cheerfully recommend it to
QOQUILLE COUNCIL, NO. 39«, F. A. A.
Mr. Miller who has a mining I Grishber of Bridge, made our office
all suffering from like affliction. 25c
Meets the second and fourth Thurs
n8° 118 oreok, made our j B pleasant call one day last week.
50c and ¿1.00.
For sale by’ R S
Capt. Nelson, Master,
day nights of each month in Odd Fel
. The schooner Albion arrived in
W ill make regular trips between
I)R. G eo . R ussell , Pres.
A large quantity of hav has al- the river on Monday and is now tnk-
M rs . C hah . H a r r iso to n , Sec’y.
ready been placed in barns, but ing on a cargo of lumber at the
CHAS M00MAW, Prop
A one-fourth interest in the
still there is out much valuable hay, I Riverton mill,
£VENING TIDE CIRCLE, NO. 214. W. 0. W.
equipment of the Coquille Steam
Meets the second and fourth Satur
which may become damaged if ft
Mr. and Mrs. Garrett, the Myrtle boat Co., consisting of the steamers
day nights of each month.
Opposite Hotel Coquille.
will leave Dispatch and Favorite, and three This Steamer is very stea.ly at 8<-a and
M rs . L ou L in e g a r . G. N.
Inquire of Capt. T. A.
Several of our townsmen have right away for their old borne ID barges.
her passenger accommodations are all Mrs. M. McDonald, Clerk.
been campiDg on the Bandon beach I Humboldt county, California.
W H E E L E R & W IL S O N MFG. CO.
San Francisco, Cal.
IK HORSFALL HOSPITAL
MISS L. G. GOULD, SUPERINTENDENT.
B r o w n r ig f f
S tu d io
Wm. Horsfall, M. D„
BUY PIANOS OF DEALERS
w . R. H a i n e s M u s i c Co.,
B o n e p a r t e , J r.
Str. M. F. Plant,
C o q u ille T o n s o r ia l P a rlo rs,
Coos B a y and
San F ra n cisco
new, clean and sweet, opening out on
JU STU S LODGE, NO 35, RATHBONE SISTERS
J The Coos county building at the
deck and having only two berths in a
lu d ife iit lo g .
Meets the first and third Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Rohm, Mr. and I Lewis and Clark fair will be form-
Very superior Second Class, nights each month in O ld Fellows’ hall.
W ith its companions, heartburn, room.
Mrs. F . 8. Kelly, and O. A. K elly I ally dedicated and opened to viei- flatulence, torpidity of the liver,
M m . A n n ie L aw rence , M .K .U .
Fare, 1st Class, $10. 2nd Class, $0.
M rs . I nez C hase , M. of K. S.
will leave for Portland next Tburs-1 tors on the 19th. A ll Coos county constipation, palpation of the heart,
F. S D O W Agent, W . C. Rose. Agt.
blood, ' headache
day. They take the Alliance on the I people who expect to nttend the poor bl
14th, and will remain two weeks in fair ought to make it a point to be
j foul tongue, offeniive breath and a
D ona A n n a .
| there on that day if possible.
1 legion o f other ailments, is at once
The approaches for the new fe r -! The most widespread and destruc-
“ The American Family Educator” ry are completed and have been ac- tive ,na,ady among the American
is the title and and style of a pub- cepted and Mr. Whetstone was the _ pfi°-p1*'
The Herbine treatment i
will cure all these troubles. 50c I
lication for which ouryoung friend, successful bidder for the conducting
For sale by R. S. Knowl- !
J. J. Edwards, is taking orders in | of tho same. W e are informed 1 that
this section. This is a work that J the boat is in the water and will be
should be in every household
ready for business in a day or so.
well as in the bands of every young
A. O. Ely and O. S. Sargent, un-
Ni.tioe ■ hereby given that the unilereigneil, |
man who expects to follow indus-
der the firm name o f Ely A Serpent, hy or,1,'rof the County Court for C.»»County,
treal persuits as a vocation. I t is
have purchased tho shingle m ilfa n d
lt l „
tor of the Ratal, of E. L. \\ ¡lorn, deceased,
a storehouse of information along , .
business of R . R . Clarno, formerly an,1 that all penon, having claim . agftimt
mechanical and industrial torms
owned by Fred Muetzel and Son, «»¡<1 ««state are hereby required to present the
which makes it highly valuable in
of Halls creek.
Mr. Clarno lias *aino, duly verified, to the undersigned, at my
D e a le r in
office in the City of Coquille, Coo* county,
fact a necessity to all such persons.
been a great sufferer from rheiima Ore»:«»n, within six ni nths fr.«m the «Ute nt
The volume is well bound an4
NEW AND SECOND HAND
tism for several months and for that this notice.
would bo highly appreciated bv
Hated this 3rd day of July, 10QA.
reason has been obliged to give up
A . J. ¿Sherwood,
running the mill, and in proper
Administrator of the
The fair time is rapidly passing hands, tin a out a No. 1 article, and
Estate of K. I.. W il
Bicyles Sundries, Etc.
by. A ll possible effort should bo we understand the present firm will
made at once to havo some good i lose no time and spare no effort in
Loline«, \ oilen and Mohair at
field crop and fruit exhibit them as putting the factory on a substantial
Wheels to Rent. Repring
Mrs. Perrotts. Jus« the thing for
soon as possible,
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D E A L E R IN
Flooring, Rustic and all kinds of Finishings nnd Mouldings
Constantly on hand.
Û Deliveries made promptly by either water or rail. $
W e have all Grades and Prices Accordingly.
C O Q U IL L E , O R E G O N