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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 20, 1905)
| Wilson Jowelry Company and have
i it done right.
B y the time that the Dext H eiiald
Beautiful Shells and Shell work
just received att Mrs. N osler’s, Just
reaches its readers Christmas for
the thing for Xmas.
1905 will be a day that has passed
F or S ale .— Span o f young, sound
into the dark. And the only recol-
draft horses, weight 1500 pounds
lections of it that we will all have is
each. A p p ly at this office.
the kind remembrances of many
N ew Goods!
P H O T O A LB U M S
friends, who greets all with a cheery
proof, Basket Weave, Ladies cloth, i
“ Merry Christmas,” and the tokens
Big lot of shoes just received at N ovelty suitings at Robinson’s.
of regard that will be sent to friends O. Willsons & Co’s.
Peau Do Soie and most any color
A U T O A LB U M S
and dear ones.
Many people say
W anted . — A good cow.
Ad Japanese silks also Taffita up to 3<i
T O IL E T SETS
that the day is a humbug and the dress F. S. Dow, Marshfield.
inches w ide at Robinson’s Store
waste of money for presents is
K n ow lton ’s drug store has on i
Sweet pickles, Dill pickles, small
P O S T A L CABD
useless expense, we think not. or large sour pickles, all in bulk at display a la rg e stock of Books, em
A N D BRUSH
Any little thing that is done to draw Robinson’s.
bracing alm ost everything from Cc
A L B U MS
toy books to the latest and most
closer tbo bonds o f friendship is not
LATEST POPULAR FICTION H E N I Y
New Poplin Suitings, Mohair
A full line
useless, but the only thing that lifts Serges and Albatross just opened at popular fiction.
F O U N T A IN P E N S
us above the level of the lower ani Mrs. Perrott's.
mals. When a person that is miles
$1.00 a ml Up.
I f you wish to examine a fine se
ALGER BOOKS, g c r
away from their native home and lection of fall and winter clothing,
away from the frionds that they have go to G. A. Robinson’s,
P E R F U M E S
To be hi »Id at the court house at
known from childhood is conscious
Dainty Seri s tho most um
Coquille C ity January 2,1900, at 11
of the fact that they are remembered
C ard o f Thanks.
beautiful gift books
o’ clock a. m., fo r the purpose of
F I N E S T A T IO N E R Y
when they get any little trifle, no
WELL-KNOWN HARK A-
A il tho Favorite
The undersigned wish by this getting our party candidates placed
matter how insignificant, they know
It is very
from the bottom of their heart that means to express their sincere and on the regular ticket.
somo one is thinking of them, if heartfelt thanks to th j many friends urgent that all Socialists attend this
they wore not the sender would and neighbors for the many acts of convention. Those that can stop
L A D IE S ’ P U R S E S
POEMS IN DIFFERENT
A T O M I Z E R S
not go to the expense and trouble kindness and expressions of sympa over night will find lodging and a
a 16 mo. many titles
of sending presents away off to the
uttermost parts of the earth. I t is and burial of our departed husband ing.
L A D IE S ’ H A N D B A G
J. E. Q uick ,
a day when “ Peace on earth and and father.
good will to all men’’ is the slogan
50c to §2.00
E. L. M onboe ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Kerr.
of all mankind. Any day that draws
Committee Local Coquille.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Lane.
closer the bonds of unity is a day of
C O LLAR AND CUFF
all the year. Every religion recog
C H I L D R E N S
nizes the day that our Christ was
Under New Management.
B O XES
P IC T U R E S
T O Y
B O O K S
born on . A ll of us, whether re
ligious or not, look to the day with
the reverence that is not shown to
N E C K T IE B O X E S
P IC T U R E F R A M E S
any other sacred day.
It is a day
without a religion, except the uni
A LARGE LOT OF STANDARD
versal religion o f Christ, and that
S t r ic t l y
G LO V E A N D
FAN C Y CALEND ARS
is the fellowship of all men, whether
F ir s t - C l a s s .
rich or poor. And when we have
H A N D K E R C H IE F
looked back in the years that have
passed we wonder what good we
C H R IS T M A S
have done on that day, whether we
Opposite I. O. O. F. Hall.
have made anyone happy or miser
Successor to J. T. Little.
able by the nets that we linve com
AND BO O K LE TS
Of course, there are many
;F O R A-
whose Christmus day is a time of
G ccd S H ave an d H a ir C ut
Borrowing and anguish, because
they are not able to give their dear
ones at home a present, and whose
moments are filled with envy to
Successor to Chas. Moomaw Next door to Oociuille Valley Packing Co.
those that are able to make all hap
py. Many homes will be without
anything to eat or keep warm, and
that is one featuro of the glad day
that makes every one miserable,
even if charitable people do their Mrs. J. L. Thompson handles a fine line of Stationery and
all of the Latest Novelties in connection.
utmost to make all happy.
H erald wishes all its readers a
Licorice L iv e r Laxative, the best
Mrs. C. O. Gilkey has her restau-
A H u s k y L o t of S ch o o l B o y s
Price 50 cents. I rant on Front street open for busi-
For sale by R. S. Knowlton, Co-1 ness and invites the public to g iv e
W . H . Sherrard P a s s e s A w a y .
The boys of the Coquille grammar
Is the best known
quille City; C. Y . Lowe, Bandon.
her a call.
Linement for Rheu
school nre a husky set considering
William Hnmilton Sherrard, an
matism, Pains Aches
their ages of from 13 to 16 years.
and all such diseases.
Oregon pioneer, also a pioneer of
They went up to Myrtle Point Sun-
K. K. K.
Coos county, passed away Thurs
W a tc h m a k e r and Jeweler,
day and they veni, vidi, vici the
day morning at
his home in
grammar school boys of that place.
this city, after a long and tedious
The M yrtle Pointers averaged from
Removes the Corns,
illness. Having suffered a stroke
14 to 20 years aud were not in it
of paralysis several months ago,
without pains or the
from the time that the pigskin was
from which he lost his sight, bis
Try these Remedies
punted from their line to Coquille's
A l L W ORK GUARANTEED.
suff.-ring.s havo been exceedingly
and I>e convinced,
half back and they worked the ball
For sale at all Drug
tedious, however, he was
down to n yard and a half of Iheit
stores in the County. :
patient and composed.
opponent’s goal and on n fumble
Or can he obtained
The ‘li ceased was born at Znncs-
j from the Manufacturer.
lost ti e ball. T lo n Myrtle I’oii t
F o r S a l e .— O r trade fo r cattle, and 1300.
Enquire of W .
vii . Ohio May 10,182!), and was
R. O. K I R I ’ P ATR IC K ,
done s i j : cienti’Jc iu i b -n g a id
two Hue luarc , w eigh t 1100 and Rohrer, Arago
7,i years, 7 month an I 4 davs id l at
tbo time of his dentil.
bill back of iho Myitie Point li u.
Mr Sherrard and his life com
making n tom U-hwn, whi •!> connte 1
panion wera ineinbers of a companv
will» crossed the pi tins iu 1858, and 2. Then MyrtI Point i tinted the
in to Coqm.Iu, wl o worked tlse
eid u rid alt the hardships and
Hungers of that long and tiresome ball bad w-iy np the gri limn, where
tack” T.nw or . made » 25 yard
j ‘Urtiov, i.rni were married the next
Mid Clarence T’ultlu made a
v <r ’ ftrr their arrival in Oregon
iicbd- wn iu fine aliape. Ib is i ne
at a point near where Eugene now
stands. While on the way and at a ed the first half. Tbo second half
W E ARK O F F E R IN G
point 15 miles on this side of Fort was a goose egg on both sides.
Boise, their train left the old road Elmer Willard, Rackleff Lawhorn,
leading into California and under Clarence Tuttle and A lbert Miller
A complete line of
took to follow a new trail coming played a star game.
75 cents and $ 1.25
2 5 c to $ 1.25
Best of Turnouts.
P IC T U R E
G AM ES, ETC.
Hay, Grain, Feed.
Large line of Bibles and Testa
ments at 10c to $2.00
Feed and Sale
T H O M P S O N ’S
ALSO AGENT FOR MORNING OREGONIAN
K N O W L T O N ’S DRUG STORE
C O Q U I L L E ,
O RE GON
M l W. H. SCHR0EDE8
Buy Your Goods Right,
and Don’t Worry.
C O Q U IL L E , O R E G O N .
| C u t Glass in the Most Beautiful Designs
direct to this state. They were to
The finest and largest assortment
have been met nt Fort Boiso by
pilots who were to bring them of watches, rings, jewelry, clocks,
through, but their late arrival dis etc., to be found in the city at W il
son Jewelry Co.’s.
couraged the parties and desert
Clear thinking, decisive action,
ed their post and loft the train to
make their way the best they could. vim and vigor of the body and
mind, the sparkle of life, comes to
At one time they were lost among
all who use Hollister's
some lakes for a period of two weeks Mountain tea.
35 cents. Tea or
in deep snow and a terriblo storm Tablets. R. 8. Rnowlton.
and their sufferings were intence,
and for a time it looked as though
A full supply of
death stared the entire company rubber boots and over shoes for
in the face, however, after long suf male and female at Robinson's.
fering and hard work they reached
the Willamette valley where they
Notice to Water Patrons
settled and made a home.
Notice is hereby given that from and
In 1881 Mr. and Mrs. Sbcrrard »(ter the 1st ilay of January. 1908, all
w ater rents due the City of Coquille
moved to California where they shall he paid to O. C. Sanford, Record
lived till 1892 wheu they moved er, at the City Hall in said city, on the t
first day of each month, in advance,
back to Coos county and have lived and all water rents unpaid on the tenth
here since. To this union were day of each month shall lie deemed de
li nqoent, and the Marshal of said city
born ten children, six o f whom nre w ill at once proceed to cut off the ser-
Mrs J. R. Beard,! vice of any delinquent patron.
living, as follow
, 1 Done by order of the Common Coun-
L ii coin Nlnrrnrd, Itedlands, Cal., i| 0( tlie City of Coquille, Coos conn tv,
Mrs. Col. John Lane, Julietta, Oragon, this 8th day of December, 1905.
Idaho, Mesdnmes K e r r and Lane, o f i
O. C. HANFORD, Recorder.
LE E GOODMAN. Marshal.
S H IN G L E S ,
G E N E R A L M E R C H A N D IS E .
W e carry a complete line of Men’s
and Boys’ Clothing. Our
stock is new and
We handle the Famous WALK-OVER Shoes and
guarantee every pair sold by us as represented or
Call and see them.
Gent's Furnishings a Speciaty.
Coquille Mill \ Mercantile Co
fW. T KERR. Manager.
Carrafes, Nappies, Bon Bon Dishes, Olive
Trays, etc., Bohemian Decorated Glass
ware, Lovely Vases, Water Sets, Wine and
Beer Sets. Chinaware, Chocolate Sets,
Salad Sets, Cups, Saucers and Plates,
Cream and Sugar, Salt and Pepper, Cracker Jars,
Jugs, etc. j,,,m i i jjMui
Carving Sets in new and
ear for the
pumps like a handcar. Also
Air Guns, Boxing Gloves, Foot
Balls and Punching Bags, You
will find rare values in each of the above lines Q U A L IT Y
andP RICE considered
T. H. MEHL Sc COMPANY