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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1905)
LOCAL N E W S .
North Bend vs Coquille at Co-
Jam “ Matheuy, of the Point,
Baseball at Coquille Sunday.
to Bandon yesterday.
Fine fresh lard at Dean A Mor
Fuller’ s prepared Paints, Oils
and Varnishes at J. A. Lamb A Co.’ s.
R. Lee, of Myrtle Point, was Hubert Fetter, of Remote, return
in town Friday,
ed from tbo bay last Wednesday.
The finest breakfast bacon ut
The steamer Elizabeth sailed from
Dean A Morgan's.
Baudou for Sau Francisco on Mon
Leather music folios at 50 per day.
cent off at Haines Music Co.
Attorneys Bennett and Hall, of
Edwin Ellingson has returned Marshfield, had business at the
county seat on Wednesday.
from a trip to Suu Francisco.
John Bear, the livorystahle mac
Win. Gurey, of Marshfield, was a
of Mnrshfield, had business with
Coquille visitor on Saturday.
Lawns and summer fabrics at cost the county court on Saturday.
und less at Robinson’s store.
There will be services morning
B L, Bust, of Bandon, was in and evening at St. James Episcopal
church in this city ou Sunday.
our city a day or so last week.
The schooner Advance, lumber
D. H. Prewett, of Parkersburg,
laden from the Parkersburg mill,
was in town one day last week.
Mrs. VVm. Hite, of Bandon, visited sailed for Sau Francisco on Sunday.
W . C. Sanderson, of Bandon,
Chas. Eokhoff, of North Bend, had came up Monday and went on to
business at the county seat on Mon Myrtle Point on a short business
Mrs. Jas. Whetstone, of North
Edward Boyd is here from Ogden,
Utah, enjoying a visit with bis Bend, visited her mother, Mrs.
Mehl, as well as many friends in
town last week.
Howard Culver, of the lifesaving
W. R. Haines, the Marshfield
station at Bandon, was in town
piano man, returned to this valley
from the bay side on Saturday hav
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lytton
ing recovered from his attack of
moved into town from Fairview on
Several carloads of gravel from
J, A. Lose, editor of the Marsh
the Schroeder quarry have been
field Sun, was a county seat visitor
dumped on the extension to Front
street, and in a short time this street
A. J. Sherwood and daughter,
to the ferry will be complete.
Clair and Emma, start for Portland
A. Markivitcb, the Marshfield
today to attend the Fair.
taylor, who returned from the in
Miss Lilly Way, of Mjrtle Point,
sane asylum not long since, was
Poiut, spent Sunday night with her
again taken violently insane and on
Grandma Leneve, of this place.
Monday was taken back to Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Johnson, of
W. A. Roselle, the blacksmith,
this city, started Monday morning
moved to Bridge the first of the
for Portland to take in the fair.
week where he will establish him
Mr. and Mrs Win. Gullier, of self with a first-class shop, having
Bandon, visited (her sons. Stephen just received a new set of tooli.
and Ed, of thi i city, on Sunday.
8. P. Bartlett, of Euclair, Wiscon
Mrs. Edward Gillespie who has sin, son of Mr. Bartlett, of the firm
been very ill is improving rapidly of Bartlett A Sanley, who own a
under Dr. Wetmore’s treatment
valual lo chunk of timber land in
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Deyoe, of Coos county, is here hooking after
Myrtle Point went to Bandon Fri their interests.
day for an outing and to catch some
Henry Yau Blarecom and W. M.
Wagnor, brother and brother-in-law
friends in town the first of the week.
We are pleased to report the con
valescence of the infant babe of
Mrs. C. O. Gilkey. Dr. Wetmore is
Ice cream will be served by the
Ladies’ Home Mission Society of the
M. E. Church, South, on Saturday,
one door west of the Pioneer Meat
Market, Front street.
Rube Gardner, formerly of the
Bandon life saving station, passed
through town Monday en route to
eastern Oregon where he expects
to locate permanently.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Coke and Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Lockhart, all of
Marshfield, passed through bv Sat-
Saturday’s train en route to Port
land where they go to the Lewis
and Clark Exposition.
Anj one wishing an Organ cleaned
and repaired can secure the services
of au expert by leaving orders at
the W. H. Schroeder Watchmaker
shop. Prices moderate; work guar
At a groat bargain,
five acres in Edenbower addition to
Roseburg. Small buildings, family
orchard, all tillable and fenced, with
good well of water. Inquire at
this office or of Jno. A. Laird, Ban
F or S a le .—
Dr. T„ A. Stemler, dentist, announ
ces that he is permanently located in
Myrtle Point with up-to-date offices
over Perkins' drug store.
wishing anything in dentistry will
do well to give him a call. Sorano-
forme adniinisterd for the extraction
of teeth when desired.
J. N. Fielder, a former resident
of Coos county, arrived with his
family from Ashland last week, and
will make his home in this section
again. They were accompanied bv
J L. Gordon and family, of Hood
river, who have been looking about
the couuty some, but who will not
See those baby bonnet« at Mrs. IVr- Death of Mrs.
Roberts—In Empire City, Or.,
Marshfield vs Bandon at Bandon
June 20, Sarah wife of David Rob
Frank Snow was in from McKin erts, aged 67 years
The deceased, whose maiden name
was Sarah Reynolds, was born in
Ladies Tau and Black Ties selling
Bryrnbo, Wales, and was there mar
at cost at Robinson's store.
ried to David Roberts in February.
Lace Curtins G5 cents per pair
1856. They came to America iu
and up at Robinson’s Store.
1861) and to Coos Bay iu 1871. They
Mrs. Root, of near Arago, has
lived first stEastport and Southport
been very ill for several days.
and for the last 18 years have lived
Mrs. J. E. Martin, of Riverton,
at Empire City. Mrs. Roberts was a
did some shopping in this city
most estimable woman and was re
spected and liked by all who knew
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Benhani, of her. She had been an invalid for
Fairview, were in town trading yes about three years. On the day of her
death she got up about three o’clock
Mrs Jas. Brown, of Myrtle Point, but was taken worse about 5, and
visited Mrs. Mary Nosier at this died at 11:30 p. m. She was oonsci-
ous to the last. Besides the bereav
F. M. Miller, of Fishtrap, made ed husband, she leaves two daugh
our office a business call whilo iu ters, Mrs. Ellen Peterson of Arago,
and Mrs. John Morgan of this city.
The sawmill at Parkersburg start The funeral took place last Wednes
ed up Monday after a vacation of a day 2 p. m. from the family resi
The floral offerings were
couple of weeks.
A good organ at payments of many and beautiful. —Empire Items
$5 down and 50c per week. W R in Harbor.
Haines Music Co, Marshfield.
In M emory of M other.
A. M. Sumner, of Bandon, return
ed home home Monday from a visit Darling mother, how we miss you,
But He iloetli all things well,
with his son and friends at Marsh When in love He called you to Him
One more Angel there to dwell.
Rev. H. M. Branham goes to
Riverton to preach next Tuesday
evening at 8 o’clock, July 18th,
1905. All the people in the vicinity
of Riverton are invited to be pres
Patient, sweetest, best of mothers,
How we miss your loving care,
Altho’ on earth forever parted
T ’ will be our aim to meet you there.
buildings In good condition; 16 rooms in
hotel, 12 bedrooms. AU rooms fur
21 stalls in stable. $1.000
down, balance on easy payments. For
further information call on or address
E. M. Furman, the f’ iano Man, Marsh
field, Or., or at this office.
The place to buy
AT NOliTH BEND:
May 21— Marshfield vs North Bend.
Marshfield, 4; North Bend, 1.
May 2 8 - Bandon vs North Bend.
North Bend, 1; Bandon, 4.
June 18—Coquille vs North Bend.
North Bend 0; Coquille 4.
July 9— Bandon vs North Bend.
July 23— Marshfield vs North Bend.
July 31— Coquille vs North Bend.
Aug 20— Bandon vs North Bend.
Sept 3— Marshfield vs North Bend.
Sept 10— Coquille vs North Bend.
Dry Goods at Right Prices.
Call and look over our Stock and be Convinced.
Agents for Chas. A. Steuens Ready-made and Made-to-meas
at m arsh fiel d :
May 28— Coquille vs Marshfield.
Marshfield, 10; Coquille, 3.
June 11— North Bend vs Marshfield.
North Bend 3; Marshfield 2.
June 18— Bandon vs MarshSeld.
Bandon 13; Marshfield 11.
July 2—North Bend vs Marshfield.
Marshfield 6; North Bend 10.
July 9— Coquille vs Marshfield. Co-
3; Marshfield 2.
July 31— Bandon vs Marshfield.
Aug 13—North Beud vs Marshfield.
Aug 20— Coquillo vs Marshfield.
Sept 10— Bandon vs Marshfield.
ure Tailor Suits, Shirt waist suits, etc.
Wouldn’t it Jar You
To see one of our repre
sentative citizens attend
a baseball game attired
in a bathing suit ?
at bandon :
June 4— Marshfield vs Bandon.
Bandon, 5; Marshfield, 4.
June 11— Coquille vs Bandon. Co
quille 10; Bandon 7.
Of course it would and we agree with you in the matte
June 25—North Bend vs Bandon.
North Bend, 4; Bandon 9.
Such a thing would creat excitement and comment.
Basebell excursion to Coquille and
July 16—Marshfield vs Bandon.
July 23— Coquille vs Bandon.
Eat ice cream with the Ladie’s Aug 6— North Bend vs Bandon.
Home Mission Society on Satur Aug 27— Marshfield vs Bandon.
Sept 3— Coquille vs Bandon.
Would be that the man was not aware that
Sept 17— North Bend vs Bandon. we handled Gents' Ready Made Clothing
As the dry season advances all
G. W. Perkins, the Myrtle bought direct from the maher, thereby saving
should keep a sharp lookout for
Point druggist, went to Bandon to the consumer the middle man’s profit.
yesterday accompanied by his fam Think this over. The man being scantily at
W anted ,— A furnished house by
tired would naturally need shoes. What hind?
man and wife, no children. Enquire ily, for an outing on the beach.
Farewell good and faithful mother,
Never more on earth to see,
But God in his wisdom willed it,
And we bow to its decree.
D. L. Green, of Myrtle
who waa brought before Judge Ben
der of that city, on Saturday, was
bound over to appear at the next
term of circuit court, and in default
of $400 bail is now in the county
Hotel and livery Btable for sale. Both
F or S ale . —One United States
Turbine Seperator, rapacity about
AT coquille :
1000 pouuds; iu good order, os good
May 21— Bandon vg Coqdille. Go.
as now. Owner perfectly nutrified
quille, 2; Bandou, 1.
June 4— North Beud vs Coquille. but it is not large enough for bis
North Beml, 6; Coquille, 2.
| business. For full particulars go to
June 25—Marshfield vs Coquille. T. H. Mehl & Co’s, hardware store.
Marsh rteld 2; Coquille 0.
July 2 --Baudou vs Coquille.
quille 1; Bandon 2.
July 16—North Bend vs Coquille.
Aug 6— Marshfield vs Coquille.
Aug 13— Bandon vs Coquille.
Aug 27— North Bend vs Coquille.
Sept 17— Marshfield vs Coquille.
THE TALK OF THE TOWN
Dr. Culin, of this city, has re
ceived the appointment of health
officer for Coos county at the hands
of the county court now in session
in compliance with an act of the
J. P. DeGesen late of New York,
last session of the legislature. The at this office.
Doctor will establish an office in the
The case brought against ChaB. who arrived here last week, purchas
courthouse on receipt of the neces Baxter under the local option law ed a place four miles below Bandon
and orders the H erald sent to his
sary stationary supplies for the work. on Monday was dismissed.
Everybody knows that, and knows that we
address at that place.
Mr and Mrs. Arthur Ellingson
W . Fenton, the Roseburg Myrtle
Mr. Tuxbury, the insurance man, have ’em.
Point stage man, was in town Mon- who are at Portland visiting the
down from Myrtle Point yes
day and informs us that roads are fair, will be home in a day or so
terday and proceeded to Bandon.
respectively of Mrs. Judge Nosier,
The government inspectors of
He expects to make a trip on down
arrived here last week from Port- on schedule time, and that he is steamboats for the district of Ore
aud ou business and for a visit prepared to take all who wish to go gon, will be in town today to in
“UP AND DOIN’ ”
Russ Johnson, of Coquille, was
with him to Roseburg.
All who spect the Coquille fleet.
with Mrs. Nosier.
tried before ,Tudge Hyde yesterday
S. H. McAdams, the blacksmith, are going to the fair may start in
Mrs. Geo. Hall of Eckley, went to
has received his outfit of tools for Coquille at 6 a. m. and be in Port Marshfield yesterday after a few for gambling in Marshfield last
December. He pleaded guilty and
Under New Managern ent
his new shop near the mill, and is land 25 hours later.
days’ visit in this plaee.
She was wasfined$100.— Mail. (W onder if
now prepared to do all kinds of
Mr. and Mis. VV. H. Pullen, of accompanied by Miss Etta James.
Russ was playing solitary?)
blacksmitbing in a workman-like Oywhee, Oregon, who have been in
Mrs. Andrew Jackson, of Hon-
The Aasen Bro’s buggy team
manner and on short notice.
this county several days visiting
tesano, Washington, who has been broke loose from a hitching post in
R. M „ G. W. and L. D. Meek their daughter, Mrs. Dan Barklow, here some time visiting her mother,
arrived here yesterday morning passed down the river last week on Mrs. Joe Hudson, and other rela Myrtle Point Monday and took a
S tr ic tl y
from Oklahoma having came to their way to Gold Beach where tives and friends, will leave for her lively spin about town broaking the
ir s t -C l a s s .
Portland by train and from there they go to visit another daughter, home by the next Alliance.
up aganst a post hurting one of the
by wagon. They go on to Bandon Mrs. Miller, before their return
R. W, Haines Music Co., of Marsh horses quite badly.
and will take in the coast country. home. They are meeting many old
field, buys direct from the factories,
Joho Thompson returned Satur friends on this trip, having lived which does away with the old prin 22 lbs. best Japan R ice,.......... $1.00
18 lbs. best dry granulated
Opposite 1. O. O. F. 1lall.
day from his old home in Kansas
Successor to J. T. Little.
ciple of purchasing through coast
where he left Mrs. Thompson, to
agencies and paying 20 per cent
100 sack best dry granulated
where he will return as soon as he for several years.
more for the goods, which a saving
cane sugar............................ $5.50
can settle up business affairs here,
At the city council meeting held of $50 to 100 on each instrument to
bars Dandy soap................ $1.00
they having concluded to live in Monday night, a committee was ap- the purchaser.
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pointed and given the work of hav
Capt. Levi Snydor, of the steamer 50 lb. sack half ground Snlt...$ .25
David Roberts, of Empire, accom ing a substantial dam and sediment Newport, accompanied by his wife,
100 lbs. sack half ground salt..$ .45
panied by his daughter, Mrs. Ellen arrester put in at the head of our who accompanied him on his first
gallon keg Pickles...............$ .75
Peterson, of Arago, came over from city water system which will in trip to Portland, his brother Ed
2 packages Grape Nuts.......... $ .25
the bay on Friday and proceeded
Snyder, the chief engineer of the Sago or Tapioca per pound...$ .5
to the home of the latter where the ervoir. It stands the authorities steamer, and Purcer L. L. Phelps,
A t R obinson ’ s S to re .
old gentleman will liye for the pres in hand to keep everytheng in first came up to town yesterday while
class shape during the dry season, the boat was at Bandon. The Cap
ent, at least.
F r o n t S tre et,
a thing they fully realize and are
tain reports a very good trip, having J, 0. WETMORE
There will be a public meeting of
taking the proper steps. Sam Sher
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
come up from San Francisco in
the Myrtle Point Grange at that
wood will have charge of the con
good time. 8he made the run from
place on the second Saturday in
Portland to Astoria in nine hours,
A l L V\ I O R K G U A R A N T E E D .
Residence at J. A. Collier’s.
August. There are to be addresses
F. F. Patterson, the Roseburg and from Astoria to Marshfield in
and discussions on many and varied
subjects of great importance to the contractor, who is now constructing 53 j hours, and called in at Yaquina
farming populace of the couuty and I the brick building for Mr. Benson, on the way down. The Newport
at Myrtle Point, was down to this will run between Coquille and Port
should be well attended.
city looking around on Monday. land, calling at Coos Bay and Yo-
Mr. Rouse, the Riverton coal min
Mr. Patterson eeems quite well quina Bay, and if necessary, at the
— in —
ing man, was in the city Monday pleased with our section and may
T H E
Siuslaw. The Newport is well pre
and informs us that his mine is become permanently interested here.
pared for carrying passengers fora
Who tied the cow ’s tail to his leg in the process of milk
progressing quite satisfactorily. He is thinking of putting in a plant
boat of her size, and it goes without
ing; said she had not dragged him over two miles befor
oorner basine»** prope rt
The vein is broadening and the j
for producing cement blocks for saying that anyone would receive
he realized he had made a mistake.
quality is fiue.
While the demand ■ building purposes, in which event
small plao« of 8 acres near
courteous treatment by her crew. 31500 Nioe
is not very great in summer, the we would have an opportunity to
H©-w Ts^ncti. 3Fartlier
bearing orchard, balance pasture
All wishing to make the trip to the
and meadow. Good eyoporator.
mine will be so developed that bv 1 get some good fire-proof buildings
fair by water should go with the
This is a good investment.
Moat you be dragged before you realize you are making a
sail when the demand will be much
Honse and two lots in good
in our town, a thing very much Newport.
mistake in not using Electric Lights.
location. A bargain.
greater he will be able to supply
Good boose, barn and fonr lots
coal in large quantities for the
in fine location.
business property. Better
local trade as well as for shipment.
3 800 Corner
investigate this now.
Expert W atch Repairing
Walk=Overs ; fmurse-
C .M .& M .C O .
W . H. M a n s e ll,
B e st o f T u r n o u t s .
H a y , G r a in , F eed .
SL \ i.H. SCHROEDER
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
fW W W W W W W W ^
S a t is fa c t io n G u a r a n t e e d
20 Years’ Experience
Wilson Jewelry Co.
A residence property that is dirt
Two fine lots near the ftchool-
New .Vroom oottage and one lot.
A cozy home.
Three fine residence lots, close to
hnoiness. An extraordinary bar
Two corner bottom lots.
I will sell my Restaurant and Ba 3 100
kery on Front street at a very rea-
It is impossible to describe my list in thi
I sonable figure, as I wish to make a jeilnmn. If yon are looking for a goo
piece of property at a reasonable prioe,
i change. Have got a good business can certainly snit von.
Kemernbe», I rent houses and farms,
! and trade for the right parties.
• make loans and do all kinds o f agency
Also have 10 furnished rooms.
j business. Come in and see me before bny-
I ran ssto toq D O U iA B S .
O. W I L S O N , P ro p .
Everything neat and up-to-date in every
respect. Meals at all hours, day or night.
Rooms by the Day, Week or ¡Honth.