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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 2, 1905)
8ee those baby bonnets at Mrs. Per-
R. H. Neyman was over from
Miss Grace Skeels went to Bridge |
Liverpool Rock Salt for stock at
| ott’ s.
! Sumner on Saturday.
l yesterday for a visit with her sister
.J. W. Bell, of Norway, was in
Leather musio folios at 50 per Mrs. Fred Nosier.
Fine fresh lard at Dean Ac Mor-
All kinds of salt at Dranes.
town one day last week.
cent off at Haines Music Co.
8. W. Upton, of this city, went to
Mason and Economy fruit jars at
W . P. Fuller’s prepared Paints, Oils
Bring your job work to the
Lawns and summer fabrics at cost
Myrtle Point yesterday to take
I H euaed o ffice .
and less at Robinson’s store.
A carload of salt of all kinds
charge of the post offico at that place
A report of Saturday’s excursion 1
See “Gov. Chamberlain Coming”
For a lady’s wheel, as good as
just received at Dranes.
during Mr. Bender’s absenoe to the
in another column.
new, at a bargain, call at this office.
Fruit jars, jelly glasses and
A team of horses will be taken in
R. Pomeroy, of the Lampa creek
earthen jars at Robinson’s.
Dear Gus:— I have solved the
with fine strawberries.
section, bad business in town on
mother-in-law problem; just give
Several items of interest are
Jack Miller was down from
her regularly Hollister’s Rocky
Mis. J. R. Timon of Lampa was
crowded out of this paper.
Myrtle Point Monday.
There were eighteen cripples as Mountain Tea. It will make her
Mrs. E. J. Wright, of Arago, was
results of recent accidents, on our healthy, happy and docile as a
Will Doyle, of Arago, had busi on Friday.
streets last Monday.
down to our city on Monday.
lamb. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets.
ness in town on Saturday.
B obn — In Coquille City, July 28,
Call and look over our Stock and be Convinced.
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Strang came For Sale by R. S Knowlton.
(jo to Sam McAdams’ new shop
J. P. Barkdoll, of Norway, had 1905, to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bean,
in from Lee last Thursday and are
business in town on Friday.
for all kinds af blacksmithing.
attending the camp meetings in
Don’t miss the clearance sale of
Mr. and Mrs. Jud Mills, of Par
Miss Ella Johnson, of this city, town.
Notice is hereby given that the under Agents for Chas. A. Steuens Ready-made and Made-to-meas
kersburg, were up to town Thurs summer dress goods at Kanematz’s. went to North Bend Monday to
Messrs. Steve Gallier and W. T. signed, by order of the County Court
C. I. Green, of Lampa, had busi visit friends.
ure Tailor Suits, Shirt waist suits, etc.
Kerr arrived from Portland Sunday, for Coos county, Oregon, has been duly
ness in town the latter part of the
50 and 60 cent popular music at accompanied by Mesdames Gallier appointed Administrator of the estate
J. L. Ferry, of the Blanco Hotel,
of Elvina Root, deceased, and that all
10c and 2 for 25c, W R Haines and Korr.
Marshfield, was among Coquille’s
persona having claims against said
J. T. Houser, one of our up river Musio Co, Marshfield.
Tbe Misses Robinson, Bessie and estate are hereby required to present
visitors on Friday.
loggers, spent several days in town
F ob S ale — A gelding, weighing Jessie, of Eureka, California arrived the same, duly verified, to the under
Mrs. A. H. Snyder, of Myrtle lately.
1400 pounds. True, sound and here the last of the week and are signed at the office of A. J. Sherwood
Point, was somewhat on the sick
D. H. Prewett of Parkersburg gentle. Inquire at this office.
in the city of Coquille, Coos county,
list last week.
was up to this city on business one
Aaron Crutchfield of the upper
B. L. Hurst, of Bandon, was up Oregon, within six months from the
river was among Coquille’s many to town on Saturday to attend the date of this notice.
For first-class engiue and boiler day last week.
Dated this 1st day of August, 1905.
James Buell, an old and respected visitors on Wednesday of last week. public sale of tbe property belong
repairing, call on S. H. McAdams,
U RIAH ROOT,
Chas. Smalley, of Arago, who ing to the Yowell estate.
at his new shop near the sawmill. citizen of Myrtle Point, died at his
Administrator of the
home on Thursday.
was at the Tuttle lately under the
Anyone having a place to rent,
Economy doctor’s care, returned home Sat- arrived here last week and are visit
should let us know as we are con
ing Mrs, Hink’s brother, I. N. De-
fruit jars in pints, quarts and half
stantly receiving applications for gallons at Robinsons.
We know just how our
G. W. Hixon was down from the Long, of near lliverton.
watches are made and
C. A. Hanscomb now perambu
J. L. Briggs was up to town Mon upper river last Wednesday and
just what they’re made
of. W e have picked up
The steamer Elizabeth sailed from day with bis little sou who has been shook hands with many old friends lates our streets with crutches, the
Of course it would and we agree with you in the matte
some p o i n t e r s about
result of an accident in Cody’s camp
Baudou for San Francisco on Satur somewhat indisposed of late.
watches in the 20 years
we’ve been buying and Such a thing would creat excitement and comment.
Mrs. Archie Boone, of Marshfield,
day. She will be duo again in two
A good organ at payments of
selling them. W e’ll tell
B. F. Lawrence, formerly
you what is in the watch
$5 down and 50c per week. W R visited her sister, Mrs Edward Boyd,
or three days.
we sell you, because we
and other friends of this city, two or newspaper man of this city, but now
can and because you
Mr. atd Mrs. W. H. Schroeder, Haines MusioCo, Marshfield.
three days last week.
of the Indianapolis Star, made a trip
have a right to know.
Mrs. Mulkey is preparing to go
We’ll tell it to you hon
of this city, went to the lower river
estly, becaus we cannot Would be that the man was not aware that
Saturday to visit with Mr. Schroed- away and will have an auction sale ders, give instant relief. Price 25 of that paper.
of household goods next week.
Gents' Ready Made Clothing
misrepsent our goods, we handled
cents. R. S. Knowlton, Coquille
cr’s sister, Mrs. T. P . Hanley.
J. A. Collier who recently went
To the watch buyer we
The schooner C. T. Hill arrived
to Moscow, Idaho, has had a pleas
offer a good many ad bought direct from the maker, thereby sauinq
Mrs. Hattie Bruoe went to Ban- at Prosper last Saturday and is City; C. Y. Lowe, Bandon.
some to the consumer the middle man's
Licorice Liver Laxative, the best ant visit there, and will go to see
oteer people can’t offer
dou Saturday to catch the steamer taking on a load of lumber at that
The man being scantily at
and it costs no more to Think this over.
Elizabeth for San Francisco, where place.
buy of us, for it’s just
For sale by R. S. Knowlton, Co louse City, Washinton.
tired would naturally need shoes. What hind ?
she goes to spend the winter.
If you wish to see something real quille City; C. Y. Lowe, Bandon.
E. I. Braddock, the mining man,
ile r b la o
Dr. Prentiss, the Marshfield dent pretty, examine the collection of
Chas. Collier, who has opened has just telegraphed his foreman,
Renders the bile more fluid and
ist, will be in Bandon August 8ih, Coos county souvenir shells at Mrs. up a logging business on the upper Mr. Tawse, that he starts at once
river, was in town on Saturday and for this place, and that a hoisting thus helps the blood to flow; it af
for a few days only. Have your Noslers,
informs us he is getting along nicly. engine for the mine will be shipped fords prompt relief from biliousness,
dental work attended to early.
Will Myers, a young druggist of
on the Elizabeth.
indigestion, sick and nervous head Everybody knows that, and knows that we
For horse shoeing and all kinds Oregon City, is here on a vacation It will wash and not rub off
I f you are troubled with dizzy aches, and over-indulgence in food have ’em.
This complexion all envy me,
of wagon repairing and camp work, and visit with his uncle J. D. Myers,
headache, indigestion, con and drink G. L. Crldwell, Agt. M.
and family, of this city.
It’s no secret so I ’ll tell
go to S. H. McAdams, at his new
Hollistea’s Rocky Moun K. and T. R. R., Checotah, Ind.
Take thou Rocky Mountain Tea.
make you well and Ter., writes, April 18, 1903: I was
shop on the sawdust near the mill.
for sale by R. S. Knowlton.
tuuer, will be in Coquille in a few
keep you well. If it fails, get your sick for over two years with en
Mr. anti Mrs. T. A. K ing of this
The mill at this place has been money back. That’s fair. 3 5 cents. largement of the liver and spleen.
days and be ready to answer all
The doctors didme no good, and I
“UP AND DOIN'”
city went to Marshfield last Wednes
given the order for the lumber by For sale by R. S. Knowlton.
calls where his services are needed.
had given uw all all hope of being
Contractor Bennett, for the con-
day for a visit, Mr. King returning
The property belonging to the cured, when my drugist advised
The friction gear of the Myrtle strucion of tbe North Fork bridge,
a day or so later, but Mrs King re
Yowell estate was sold at admin nu' to use Herbine. It has made
Point sawmill got out of order last
istrator’s sale in town last Saturday, me sound and well, 50c. Sold by
week and was repaired by Messrs
We received an advertisement
R. S. Knowlton.
Hartlv and Chas. Evlaud who put in too late for insertion this week from Dr, Wetmore bidding in the home
county, California, arrived here last
the Central Oregon State Normal in this city at $900, and Glenn Cox 100-lb sacks of either “ West- $
Thursday night on the job.
week and is enjoying a visit with
ern” or “ Honolulu” fine dry
school, which will appear in our got the place on the lower river at
Mrs. Martha Hall and daughter,
his brother, W. M. Hamilton of near
granulated cane sugar....... 5 00
Mrs. Abe Teubrooke, of Marshfield,
lbs granulated cane sugar 1 00
The Orientals and the Sons of
passed through town Friday en
J. N. Sumerlin, the North Fork
15 cases Haywards tomatoes 1 00
route to Curry county, where they
Accepted throughout the civilized world
farmer, had business in Coquille on
5-gal. keg pickles...................
go on a visit to relatives and friends. on tbe diamond and the players will tal for several weeks, returned
as the most universally satisfactory il
Friday. Mr. Sumerlin reports but
wear the costumes of their respect home Thursday, having sufficiently 50 lb sack half ground salt...
A little forethought may save
little damage at his place by the
recovered to be discharged, at which 1 0 0 -lb .................
luminant for all purposes.
ive orders. Don’t miss this.
you no end of trouble. Anyone
her many friends will be highly 22 lbs sago or tapioca........... 1 00
Cleanest, Most Convenient, and the
who makes it a rule to keep Cham
22 lbs best Japan rice ......... 1 00
Sick headache results from a berlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diar Marshfield taking on a load of lum pleased.
CHEAPEST light known.
disordered condition of the stomach rhoea Remedy at hand knows this
F. M. Grush, whom we mentioned Postum or Figprune cereal,
ber from the mill at this city, which
and is quickly cured by Chamber to be a fact. For sale by R. S.
That furnished by the C O Q U IL L E
is being shipped over as fast as our last week as being here looking at
lain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets. Knowlton.
Lenox or Santa Claus soap,
railroad facilities can accommodate the country from Montana, purchas
For sale by R. S. Knowlton.
IV E R E L E C T R IC CO. is first
A game of bnse ball has been ar. them.
ed the home and garden lots of
Anj one wishing an Organ cleaned
class and up to date in every respect.
A t R obinson ’ s S to be .
and repaired can secure the services ranged between the Knights o f the
The game of base ball to be Wm. Fraker near the Moulton
Orieut and the Sons of Osiris, to
rates place it within reach of all
Notice to Taxpayers.
of an expert by leaving orders at
played here on the 12th of August street bridge and is moving in with
take place on the grounds here on between the Orientals and the Sons his family.
the W. H. Schroeder Watchmaker
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
shop. Prices moderate; work guar August 12th. Read their challenge of Osiris will be for the benefit of
Mr. Jacobson, who has the con the Board o f Equalization for the County
and the acceptance in another col the band boys. Come and enjoy
FRANK MORSE, Prop, COQUILLE, ORE.
tract for putting the rock into the of Coos, State o f Oregon, will attend at
yourselves and help out the band. government jetty at Bandon, ar
F. M. Wandling was up from
ty, at Coquille, Coos County. Oregon, on
Uncle Dave Stone of Myrtle
Fen S a l e . — At a great bargain, rived last week and is preparing the 28th day o f August, A, D., 1905, the
Bandon on Wednesday. This is the
first time he has been up this way Point, who was very low at Bandon five acres in Edenbower addition to to run the work as rapidly as pos same being the last Monday m said month,
Under New M anagement.
at tho hour o f nine o’ clock a. m. o f said
for some time, as he has been some a short time ago, supposed to be Roseburg. Small buildings, family sible. We are informed he will day and publicly examine the assess
what under the weather of late, but suffering with cancer of the stom orchard, all tillable and fenced, with want a number of good men at once. ment rolls and correct all errors in ya'na-
ach, camo down last week to consult good well of water. Inquire at
tion, descriptions or quality of lands, lots
was slightly improved.
Jacoo Hefner, of Cow creek, or other property.
Dr. Culin, who has had the case this office or of Jno. A. Laird, Ban
Mr. and Mrs, Nathan Thrush, of
Douglas county, drove into town on
Now, therefore, all persons having busi
since he came up, and the old gent don.
the lower river, went to Portland
Friday bringing over Thomas and ness before the said Board o f Equaliza
S t r ic t l y
is feeling fine.
J. L. Bean of Lampa was in town C. W. Rasor, and Frank French, tion will take notice and appear at tho
recently, and after taking in the
time and place aforesaid, nnd make due
ir s t - C l a s s .
We have a number of second hand Friday walking with the aid of a who have come down from Aber complaint, otherwiso the assessment will
fair went to soe their son, Norris
Thrush, at Yakama, Washington, organs for sale at prices runing crutch and a stick, the result of get deen, Washington, to look at tbe stand as returned by the assessor.
Witness my hand this 2fith day o f July.
where Mrs. Thrush took sick and from $18.50 up to $100. These or ting a falling timber across bis leg, country. The Messers. Itasor are
T. J. THRIFT,
gans have been taken in exchange which fractured the bone. We relatives of Ben, Will and Miss
passed away on Friday.
Assessor Coos County, Oregon.
Opposite I. O. O. F. Hall.
E. W. Shurley met with an acci on piano sales. Some of them are hope he will be all right in a short Florence Rasor, formerly of this
Successor to J. T. Little.
dent at Cody’s camp Monday morn little used and as good as new but time.
E. M. Furman has a trade in
ing which may prove very serious. they will be closed out at bargain
A. Fanson, of the firm of A. Fan-
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He fell across a log striking on his prices. Monthly payments from Pianos which continues good, four son & Son of Danville, Illinois, im
back. He was brought up on the $1.75 and upwards will be acceptable of our citizens having made selec porters of Hackney, Suffolk, Shire REAL
The injury has caused Call on or address E. M. F ubman , tions from his stock during the past and other breeds of fine horses, who
six days, however he reports an now has a string of fine horses at $2800 ^ fine oorner business prope rt
the paralysis of the lower limbs. Wickham House, Coquille.
He is under the care of Dr. Wet-
W. H. Thomas, of the logging other shipment on the way, when he Eugene preparatory to entering $ 1 5 00 Nice small place of 8 acres near
town, well improved, 4 acres full
more who thinks there is a chance firm of Thomas & Seeley, at Par will have as good a stock as ever to them at the Portland Exposition, is
bearing orchard, balance pasture
meadow. Good eyoporator.
for his recovery.
kersburg, passed through to the bay select from.
here and is looking up the pros
This is a good investment.
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
It is hard to imagine a poet who pects for finding sale for one of his $1000
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gould, of on Thursday. Mr. Thomas informs
House and two lots in good
location. A bargain.
Hydro, Oklahoma, who have been us that they had the misfortune to has never sung of love, but, strange fine animals in this section. He
$ 600 Good house, barn and four lots |
Fron t Street,
in Coos county for several weeks | break one of the engines on their ly enough, until now Mr. Edwin has animals ranging in value from
in fine location.
It seems Markham has never published a two to five thousand dollars, ani $ 800 Corner business property. Better
looking at the country, passed up | large donkey last week.
investigate this now.
from Bandon to the Point Monday. one of the slides supporting the love poem. His first offense—at mals which have just been brought $ 5 00
A residence property that is dirt
They will leave for their home in a [ crossbead gave way which allowed least, to find its way into print— over from England, and better than T
Two fine lots near the school-
A ll w o r k g u a r a n t e e d .
week or so. They are highly pleased the piston head to turn to one side appears in the August Cosmopoli which cannot be found anywhere.
with our climate and may conclude j in the cylinder with the result that tan. It is a beautiful piece o f The introduction of one of these
A cozy home.
to return and locate with us in the the cylinder was bursted open, A verse, and George T. Tobin has , fine animals into this section would | 400 Three fine residence lots, close to
business. An extraordinary bar
new one has been ordered.
made some charming decorative greatly improve the animals being
pictures to go with it.
grown, and in the same proportion $ 1 0 0 Two ° ° rn*r bottom lots.
Everett Hatcher, of Faiiview, had increase tbe profits on the raising $ 200 Two fine, rich garden lots. Just
■■ - the thing for a family.
the misfortune to get the first fin. ' of such stock.
$ 320 Four nice lots, partly bottom land
ger of his left band badly mashed
■- suitable for garden. A good buy!
T h r y A|<p<*al In O u r
m p ir h lM
for one of moderate means.
at Johnson's mill hist Wednesday.
lftrge residence and eleyen
The bilious and dyspeptic are
He was oiling the carriage while tbe
■ — lots for rent, includes two cows,
constant sufferers and appeal to our
«lacks, garden and fruit.
log was being turned which caught sympathies. There is not one of
Family with children need not
his band against the headblock, in. them, however, who may not be
It is impossible to describe my list in this
dieting a painful bruise. Mr. Hatch brought back to health and happi OJlnmn. If you are looking for a good
Everything neat and up-to-date in every
of property at a reasonable prioe, I Newly established.
er was just recovering from a hurt ness by the use of Chamberlain’s piece
can certainly suit yon.
Keraembet, I rent houses and farms,
sustained by allowing the safe of
respect. Meals at all hours, day or night.
tablets invigorate the stomach and make loans and do all kinds of agenoy
the Wilson Jewelry Co. to drop on liver and strengthen the digestion. business. Come in and see me before buy
Rooms by the Day, Week or Month.
his foot, while it was being moved They also regulate the bowels. For ing. I can save yon DOLLAKH.
O. C. 8ANFOBD,
to the present location.
sale by R. S. Knowlton.
LO CAL N E W S .
The place to buy
Dry Goods at Right Prices.
Wouldn’t it Jar You
To see one of our repre
sentative citizens attend
a baseball game attired
_____ in a bathing suit?
THE TALK OF THE TOWN
M .C O .
W. H. Mansell,
Best of Turnouts.
Feed and Sale
Hay, Grain, Feed.
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