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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1905)
LOCAL N E W S .
Liverpool Rock Salt for
Fine fresh lard at Dean <fe Mor
See those baby bonnetB at Mrs. Per-
James Stawff returned to Marsh
Fine Breakfast Bacon at Dean &
Mason and Economy fruit jars at Morgan's.
W. P. Fuller's prepared Paints, Oils
| N. C. Medley went to Bandon on and Varnishes at J. A. Lamb & Co.
Leather musio folios at 50 per
The finest breakfast bacon at Saturday.
Dean f i Morgan's.
Granulated cone sugar 100 pound cent off at Haines Musio Co.
Capt. O. Reed of Norway went to sack $5.25 at Drane’s.
Lawns and summer fabrics at cost
and less at Robinson’s store.
Mrs. Carl Nelson, of Bandon is
Dr. Huston, of Bandon, was in
A carload of salt of all kinds | spending a few days in town.
Coquille between boats on Thurs
just received at Dranes.
Bennett VanDecar, the Myrtle
Fruit jars, jelly glasses and Point jeweller, went to the bay
A team of horses will be taken in
earthen jars at Robinson’s.
exchange for piano E. M. Furman,
Adam Pershbaker of Prosper
went to Marshfield on Monday.
a couple of days with old friends in
J. F. Chaney of Riverton shook
Capt. Alva Leo, of the North Fork this city last week.
hands with old friends in town
had business in this city on Satur
Grandma Varney of this city is
now visiting her daughter, Mrs. J.
B orn . — At Bridge, July 1C, 1905,
Mrs, Joseph Ferry of Riverton M. Elwood o f Riverton.
to Mr. and Mrs. Aron Wilson, a
was up to town on business Mon
Mrs. Kennedy, of Bandon, visited daughter.
her brother, John Golden, of Marsh
W anted . — A furnished house by
Mrs. A. Feuoglio of Beaver Hill field, the last of the week.
man and wife, no children. Enquire
was in this city on business last
Rev. R. G. Summerlin, o f North
at this office.
Bend, visited in this city and on the
50 and GO cent popular music at
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Johnson re upper river a day or so last week.
10c and 2 for 25c, W R Haines
turned from Portland Saturday
Mrs. J. C. Wilson is back from Music Co, Marshfield.
her visit with her daughter, Mrs.
F or S a l e — A gelding, weighing
Mrs. James Clinton, of near Horace Curren, of Hoquiam, Wash
1400 pounds. True, sound and
Arago, returned from Portland on ington.
gentle. Inquire at this office.
Du prey’s Celery Headache Pow-
A good organ at payments of
Mr. John Humblock, of Bullards, ders, give instant relief. Price 25
$5 down and 50c per week. W R
was up to this city on business last cents. It. S. Knowlton, Coquille
Haines Music Co, Marshfield.
City; C. Y. Lowe, Bandon.
Mrs. Mehl, of this city, went to
For a good second-hand type
I. R. Devaul, a cousin of our
North Bend Friday to visit her
writer at a bargain, call at the citizen A1 Devaul of Norway, arrived
daughter, Mrs. J. M. Whetstone.
by Saturday’ s train and proceeded
Mrs. Bolsinger, of Douglas coun
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haines of Eck- up the river for a visit with his
is here visiting her friends, Mr.
ly were passengers to the bny by cousin.
and Mrs. W. W. Gage and family.
An} one wishing an Organ cleaned
Mrs. Fanny Dyer and Mrs. Clar
R. D. Hume was in town Satur and repaired can secure the services
ence Lowe, of Bandon, visited Mrs.
day, having arrived by gasoline
R. E. Buck a day or so last week.
the W. H. Schroeder Watchmaker
launch from inquina.
If you wish to see something real
Dr. Russoll returned from a shop. Prices moderate; work guar
pretty, examine the collection of
mouth’s visit with his parents at
Mrs. W . L. Kistner, of this place, Coos county souvenir shells at Mrs.
Silverton on Saturday.
and her sister, Mrs. G. S. Davis, of Noslers,
Rev. D. H. Hare will hold ser
Mrs. Hall, Wife of attorney E.
Norway, started Monday morning
vices at the Presbyterian church
for the bay to catch the steamer Al B. Hall, arrived last Saturday. They
next Sunday morning at 11 o ’clock.
liance for Eureka. They will visit aro now domiciled in the parsonage
All aro invited to attend.
their old home in Humboldt Coun at the little church.
Mrs. ,T. A. Lnmb, of this city, re
Licorice Liver Laxative, the best
turned last week from a visit of sev
Price 50 cents.
Earl Goodman, ofLanglois, visit bowel cleanser.
eral weeks with her parents, Mr.
ed his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. For sale by R. S. Knowlton, Co
aud Mrs. Woodford, of Medford.
Goodman, of this city last week. quille City; C. Y, Lowe, Bandon.
C, M. Skeels and son Paul, and Earl is recovering from his broken
Mrs. Capt. Edwards and daughter
Bud Mansell, of this city, returned limb, but not as rapidly as we would
Miss Florence, of Alloganey, spent
from Portland Saturday.
They like to see him, he having consider
a week on the upper river visiting
were highly pleased with the fair.
able of a limp in his walk.
old friends, returing home Thurs
Dr, Culin returned Wednesday
J. H. Munro arrived in this city day.
from Portland whither he had gone last week from Crook county with
F or S ale .
A good geneeal
to nttond the medical congress in his family, and will make this city housekeeping outfit, consisting of
session at that place, nnd to see his home in the futnre. Mr. Munro stoves, chairs bedroom sets, etc.
some of the fair.
has secured a position on the steam- For particulars, call at the H erald
F. M. Grush, a late arrival at the or Newport and will again follow office,
Mr. and Mrs. James Walstrom, of
bay from Montana, came over to the seas, this having been his occu
this side of the county last week pation prior to going into the stock Bandon, came up the last of the
week for a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
and looked at the country, with business in Crook county.
All kinds of salt at Dranes.
which ho seemed very much pleased.
Lewis Bueehler, of Chicago! ar
rived Saturday and joined his wife
who is hero visiting her aunt, Mrp.
Mary Nosier. Mrs. Bueehler will
be remembered by many here ns
Miss Mattie Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Dean, of this
city, returned last week from a
visit at their former home in Curry
county. Ellery Henry was Mr.
Morgnn’s efficient helper in the
market during the nbsence of Mr.
The annual Camp Meeting of the
Seventh Day Adventists for Coos
County will be held at Coquille in
the grove near the AdveDtist church
commencing July 27, nnd continu
ing for ten days.
in attendance will be Elders, F. S.
Bunch, President of the Western
Oregon Conference, Daniel Nettle-
ton of Nebraska, and W. F. Martin
of Tacoma, Washington. The public
is invited to attend these meetings.
Under the direction of tho city
council Sam Sherwood, the mason,
nssisted by Marshal Goodman and
others, last week put in a stone nnd
concrete dam at tho source of our
city's water system, thus taking up
all the flow of water from the
stream and greatly improving the
intake arrangement of tho system
which will greatly increase our sup
ply of water, which under the for
mer wasteful manner in which it
was being handled, was getting a
little short. In the future patrons
will be allowed to irrigate for one
hour each evening as formerly.
Mr. and Mrs. Judge Sperry, of
this city, arrived from Portland on
Wednesday of last week, the Judge
having gone to thnt city to meet
Mrs. Sperry who was on her return
from her extended visit with her
parents and sister who live near
Chicago, Miss Lucia remaining with
the latter, and with whom she will
make a trip to Europe in the nea r
R. J. Dean, a former resident of
this city, who has. been sojourning
in California and in Portland since
early in February, returned from
tho latter last Saturday and is en
joying a visit with his daughter,
Mrs. John Peart, and son A. B.
Dean, and their families, as well as
other relatives and friends, He is
accompanied by his daughter Etta.
Buck. Mrs. Walstrom will remain
a few days.
When you want a pleasant laxa
tive that is easy to take and certain
to act, use Chamberlain’s Stomach
and Liver tablets. For sale by R.
Henry Holm, the Marshfield meat
market man, passed through town
from Myrtle Point by Monday’s
train, with a carload each of fat
sheep and cattle.
L o s t .— -Check for $15.15 on the
London-SanFrancisco Bank in favor
of Gid T. Ellis, and signed bo the
Simonds Saw Co., and dated about
July 20. Finder will please forward
same to this office.
A Sad Accident.
On Wednesday of last week as
The schooner Coquille sailed from
the mill at this place was starting
from the Coquille river last Friday. up after the noon hour, Virgil W il
David Roberts came in to see us son, eldest son of V. It. Wilson, the
yesterday, as he was on his way jeweler, who had been working in
the mill a day or so in the lath de
home from Bandon.
partment, had the misfortune to
Economy allow his left hand to come in con
fruit jars in pints, quarts and half tact with the bolter saw with the
result that the hand was mangled
gallons at Robinsons.
in a fearful manner. He was taken
If you are going to tho fair sail at once to the office of Dr. Culin
on the Newport from Bandon. She where the member reoeived prompt
attention. It was found neoessary
will sail in about a week.
to amputate the thumb at the base,
J L. Kronen burg, superintend also the first finger, and the second
ent of the Parkersburg mill, passed and third fingers were so injured
that it was necessary to remove the
through to the bav Monday.
bones back to the wrist joint, while
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Dickson, of
the little finger was only cut at the
Eckley, returned from a visit in the end. This falls as a fearful blow
valley and at Portland on Saturday. upon this young man who has the
Miss Ellen Mathers came up sincere sympathy of many friends.
The hand is doing as well as could
Monday to have Dr. Russell oper
be expected at present.
ate on her hand for a severe sore
The final league game of fcaso.
caused by a bruise.
ball for Coos county was played be-
Joe Bledsoe has the frame of a teen Bandon and Coquille on Sun
neat and commodious boarding day and was won by Bandon in a
house up at the corner of Tay score of 10 to 5. Several of our
boys go away at once.
lor and Third streets.
The place to buy
Dry Goods at Right Prices.
Call and look over our Stock and be Convinced.
A gems fo r Chas. A. Steuens Ready-made and Made-to-meas
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?
FOIt SALE.—At a bargain, the Co 100-lb sacks of either “ West- $
quille Furniture and Box Factory- A
ern” or “Honolulu” fine dry
good paying business. For terms and
granulated cane sugar....... 5 25
information write or apply to J. G. F ish
19 lbs granulated cane sugar 1 00
Eugene Robinson, the fisherman,
returned last week from the Colum-
bia, and will take charge of Mr.
Timon’s seining outfit.
Wm. Jenkins of Myrtle Point re
turned from Bandon on Monday,
after a visit of two weeks at that
place with his daughters.
Chas. Smalley, who has been se
riously ill with congestive fever at
the Tuttle hotel, is rapidly conval
escing. Dr. Wetmore has been at
15 cases Haywards tomatoes
5-gal. keg pickles...................
50 lb sack half ground salt...
100-lb « “
22 lbs sago or tapioca...........
22 lbs best Japan ric e ..........
Postum or Figprune cereal,
Grapenuts, 2 pks...................
Lenox or Santa Claus soap,
A t R obinson ’ s S tore .
Notice to Taxpayers.
NOTICE 18 HEKEBY GIVEN THAT
the Board o f Equalization for the County
o f Coos, State o f Oregon, will attend at
the office o f the County Clerk o f said coun
ty, at Coquille, Coos County. Oregon, on
the 28th day of August, A, D., 1905, the
tame being the last Monday in said month,
at the hour o f nine o’ clock a. m. of said
Mrs. Wm. Croy, who is camping day and pnblicly examine the assess
near the place of D. G. Beale, while ment rolls and correot all errors in v a c a
tion, descriptions or quality of lands, lots
splitting wood Nonday, received a or other property.
Now, therefore, all persons having busi
very painful cut. The ax glanced,
ness before the said Board o f Equaliza
striking the left foot, inflicting an tion will take notice and appear at the
ugly wound. Dr. Wetmore dressed time and place aforesaid, and make due
complaint, otherwise the assessment will
stand as returned by the assessor.
Hotel and livery stable for sale. Both
Witness my hand this 2(ith day o f July.
Mrs. Carl Hughes of North Bend
arrived in town Monday, being up
from her long illness. She was ac
companied by her mother, Mrs.
Of course it would and we agree with you in the matte
Such a thing would creat excitement and comment.
THE TALK OF THE TOWN
Would be that the man was not aware that
we handled Gents' Ready Made Clothing
bought direct from the maker, thereby saving
to the consumer the middle man's profit.
Think this over. The man being scantily at
tired would naturally need shoes. What kind?
Euerybody knows that, and knows that we
“UP AND DOIN’ ’’
buildings in good condition; 16 rooms in
T. J. THRIFT,
hotel, 12 bedrooms. All rooms fur
Assessor Coos County, Oregon.
24 stalls in stable. $1,000
B cu t H er D ou b le.
down, balance on easy payments. For
further information call on or address
“ I knew no one, for four weeks,
E. M. Furman, the Piano Man, Marsh when I was sick with typhoid and
kidney trouble,” writes Mrs. Annie
field, Or., or at this office.
Alfred Johnson, Jr., received a
telephone message Sunday evening
from Portland stating that his little
son, who is at that city undergoing
medical treatment, had contracted a
severe attack of pneumonia. Mr.
Johnson started for that city at
Our free ferry is now in operation
and is proving a great convenience.
The second day it run tho steamer
dispatch caught the cable on her
rudder and made a little trouble,
breaking the line and tearing some
of the railing off the boat, but no
serious damage done.
Hunter, o f Pittsburg, Pa., “ and
when I got better, although I had
one of the best doctoss I could get,
I was bent double, and had to rest
my hands on my knees when I
walked. From this terrible afflic
tion I was rescued by Electric Bit
ters, which restored my health and
strength, and now I can walk as
straight as ever. They are simply
Guaranieed to cure
stomach, liver and kidney disord
ers; at R. S. Knowlton’s drug store;
Acceptod throughout tho civilized world
as tho most universally satisfactory il
CHEAPEST light known.
That furnished by the CO QUILLE
R IV E R
class and up to date in every respect.
Tho rates place it within reach of all
FRANK MORSE, Prop, COQUILLE, ORE.
I- N. Wilson, of the bay side,
spent two or three days in town
last week. Mr. Wilson is a photo
grapher of no mean ability, and
I will sell my Res taurant and Ba
has made some very fine pictures of
our city. He used the panoramic kery on Front street at a very rea
camera with splendid effoct and sonable figure, as I wish to make a
gives almost the whole town in one change. Have got a good business
pioture. He will have some of and trado for tho right parties.
them on sale at Knowlton’s in a
A lso have 10 furnished corns.
day or so.
OLIVER W ILSON .
F or S ale . — At a great bargain,
five acres in Eden bower addition to
Roseburg. Small buildings, family
orchard, all tillable and fenced, with
We have a number of second hand
good well of water. Inquire at
organs for sale at prices runing
The steamer Newport, Capt. Sny
this office or of Jno. A. Laird, Ban
from $18.50 up to $100. These or
der in command, sailed from Ban
gans have been taken in exchange
E. M. Furman has a trade in don for Portland Monday morning,
on piano sales. Some of them are
which continues good, four carrying a good list of Passengers.
little used and as good as new but
having made selec. She will make the round trip in
they will be closed out at bargain
during the past about a week and be ready to go
Monthly payments from
reports an again. Get yourself and freight ready
$1.75 and upwards will be acceptable
other shipment on the way, when he and do your part toward keeping
Call on or address E. M. F urman ,
will have as good a stock as ever to this steamer on the run.
Wickham House, Coquille.
A lively game of baseball took
Mrs. Ernest Bender of Myrtle
The little daughter of Mr. and place at Bandon last Sunday be
Point, passed through town Mon
Mrs. Geo. Belloni, ofjnear Johnson’s tween the river steamboat men and
day to the bay, where she takes the
mill, while playing where her papa the business men of that place, and
steamer Alliance for Portland, en
was hoisting hay in the barn, got was well attended and highly en
route to the home of her parents,
her hand caught by a rope runing joyed. The boat men proved too
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Caldwell, who into a pully, tearing the skin and
much for their opponents winning
live at Long Creek, eastern Oregon. flesh from the inside of her hand.
by a large score. Capt. H . W.
After a visit for a month or so, she She was doing nicely at last accounts.
Dunham has a very sore finger in
will be joined at Portland by her 1 M abried — At the residence of the
bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. San
derson, 913 Monroe avenue, Jones- Expert W atch Repairing
borough, Arkansas, Thomas Ten-
S a t is fa c t io n O u a r a n ta a d .
nison, of Coquille, and Miss San
20 Tears' Experience
derson, The happy couple arrived
Wilson Jewelry Co.
in Roseburg and the brothers of the I
groom, Max and Archie Tennison, j
started to meet them on Sunday,
and are expected back today. These
youDg people got acquainted eight
years ago when the groom visited
that state, and renewed the friend
ly ties four years ago when he re
turned again on business. The
H eru . d joins many friends in con
W. H. Mansell, J«*
Under New Management.
Best of Turnouts.
Feed and Sale
la s s
Hay, Grain, Feed.
Opposite I. O. O. F. hall.
t r ic t l y
ir s t
Successor to J. T. Little.
R E A Ii
A fine oorner business prope rt
Nioe small plaoe o f 8 acres near
town, well improved, 4 acres fall
bearing orchard, balance pastnre
and meadow. Good eyoporator.
This is a good investment.
House and two lots in good
location. A bargain.
Good house, barn and four lots
in fine location.
S 800 Oorner business property. Better
investigate this now.
A residence property that is dirt
$ 250 honse. ftne lots near the school-
;$_5oo New 5-room cottage and one lot.
A cozy home.
fine residence lots, close to
$ 400 Three
business. An extraordinary bar
% 100 Two oorner bottom lots.
Two fine, rich garden lot«. Just
the th in g for a family.
Four nioe lota, partly bottom land
Heritable fo r garden. A good bny
for one o f moderate mean«.
I 1 5 0 Fine large ran idenoe and eleven
lota for rent, include* two cow*,
chicken«, dneka, garden and fruit.
Family with children need not
Ik is impoaaible to deacribemv liat in thia
c unmn. If yon are looking for a good
piece o f property at a reasonable price, I
can certainly anlk yon.
Kemembet, I rent honaea and farm«,
make loan« and do all kinda o f agency
bnaine«a. Come in and aee me before buy
ing. I can save yon DOLL ARB.
O. C. 8ANFOKD,
ro q n ille , Oregon.
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
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w ork g u a r a n teed .
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O. W IL S O N , Prop,
Everything neat and up-to-date in every
respect. Meals at all hours, day or night.
Rooms by the Day, Week or Month.