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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (March 7, 1906)
LOCAL N E W S .
For a good pair of shoes, go to
Choice onion seta at Knowltoa’a
Full stock of A
A. Cutter shoes
Nice fresh lot of cookies just ar
rived at Robinson’s.
C. I. Green was up from Lamps
on Thursday of last week.
R. E. Shine came over from Em-
piro Friday on business.
W. P. Fuller’s prepared Paints, Oils
and Varnishes at J. A. Lamb A Co.
L o s t . — W. O. W. pin.
will please leave same at this office.
N O T IC E
8. E. Appleton, of the u; per Co-
Wri; Ill’s medicated nnderwearm
quille, was down this wav the first
I will pay a rewarJ of $50.00 for
Go to Lorenz’s to get u phono of the week looking after b:s inter infonnatiou that will lead lo the
ests in loggiug uiatteis.
He re arrest and couviction of tho party
Prof. J. H. Barklow was down membered t lie H eraku in u substan or parties who threw a wire overj
from Arago yesterday.
the electric light line, near the Myr
Miss Irene Lattin, of Marshfield,
E. C- Crum« r, of the firm of tle Point depot, on the night o f !
came ouer Monday for a visit.
¡Cramer Bros., publishers of the January 3,1906, or any party or I
The Coquille Creamery will com Marshfield Advertiser, is on the ; parties who may in the future, shoot
mence operations March 12th.
liver soliciting for their wide-awake off any insulators or otherwise in- j
Frank Burkholder, the picture and newsy paper and is offering 1 terfere in any way with any of the j
man, went to the Bay Monday.
inducements in the way of a low poles, wires, or other apparatus of j
New and nobby spring suits for price for the balance of the year. tho electric system of tho Coquille i
YOU G E T A COUPON WITH EVEVY CASH PURCHA8E
men just arriving at Robinson’s.
He was accompanied by his esti- ) River Electric Company.
CEPT WITH SUGAR AND FLOUR
Large supply of fresh gardon i mable wife.
F rank M orse .
seeds at Knowlton's drug store
H ay F o b S a l e .— A lot of fine rye
grass hay. Henry Grady, Norway.
For a good bargain in a single
O. Wilson A Co. sells nice fresh buggy and harness or either, call at
onion sets at 13} cents per pound. ! this office.
Steel-cut Gals for breakfast mush
Chas. Page was down from Myr
tle Point on Monday.
W. H. Hull, of Riverton, was in
our city last Wednesday.
Onion sets nt 12} cents per
pound at O. Wilson & Co's.
Frank Hance was down from the
Fairv.ew section yesterday.
Robinson has just received a nice
line of boys’ and men’s caps.
Arthur Rice, the Bandon jeweler,
was up to thiB city on Monday.
George Flanagao, of Marshfield,
was a county seat visitor yesterday.
Capt. W. E. Ilackleff, of Myrtle
Gasene soap at Drane’s. The
best on tho market for the prioes Point, had business at the county
seat on Monday.
A. 8. Hammond, the abstracter,
Buy your garden seeds at Knowl-
returned from a business trip to the
ton’s drug store, and get the very
Bay last Monday.
R. A. Cribbins, of Bridge, re
W a n t e d . — Positions sb cooks in turned last Thursday from a busi
Inquire at this ness trip to the Bay.
Mrs. Carl HughoB, of North Bend
L)raue keeps the celebrated Cahn- is lying very low again aDd is hard
Nicholsbarg shoes. The place for ly expected to recover.
Mrs. P. L. Phelin, of Myrtle
E. Heuckendorff, the shipbuilder, Point, went to Marshfield Monday
returned from a business visit to to visit relatives and friends.
the Bay on Friday.
Louis Strong, of Myrtle Point,
If you are in need of harness or was among the taxpayers who visited
repairs in his line, consult L . H. the county seat last Wednesday.
Pearce, Myrtle Point.
Rev. Thoa Barklow, and George
W- W. Qntchell, of Myrtle Point, Barklow, of Myrtle Point, were in
the Woodmau organizer, was in town on Thursday of last week.
town one day last week.
J. P. Barkdoll, a progressive farm
Mrs Chas. Baxter, of this city, er from tho Norway section, had
went to the Bay Monday for a visit business at the county seat yester
with relatives and frieudo.
A grand ball will be given on St.
Ladies’ new shirt waists, corset
covers, white skirts and muslin un Patrick’s Day in the “avenin’, ”
March 17, by the Woodmen of the
derwear, just in at Robinson’s.
Tho ouion sets at Knowlton’s World.
Miss Mary Simmons returned
drug store are the very best that
last week from Eureka, Cali
can be produced.
12} per pound.
fornia, where she has spent the
Carl Walker, of this city, returned
last week from an extended visit in
New, fresh lot of dill pickles,
Camas, Umpqua and Rogue river
pickles, small and large sour
pickles and sauer kraut all in bulk
Swellest line of embroidery in
sets, neckties -four-in-hands and
J W. Field having gone into the
Windsors—and a fine line of silks at
blacksmithing business with Peter
Nelson nt BandoD,
Henry Holm, the Marshfield mar
moved dow n yesterday.
ket man, came over and got a car
W a n t e d .— A boy 15 years old
load of fine mutton sheep for his
wants a job on a dairy ranch; can
market, the first of the week.
Call at the A. L. Nosier
Mrs. B. E. Hampton, of Norway,
bouse near the academy.
has been quite ill for some time.
Du prey's Odery He idnchc Pow-
We hope she may improve aud gniu
lers, give instant relief. Price 25
her health in the near future.
cents. R. 8. Kuowlton, Coquille
Mrs. Erla Carlock, pupil of San
will receive City; C. Y. Lowe, B-.ndon.
pupils in piano.
For terms, etc.,
Miss Grace Gould who has been
inquire at Mrs. Wickham's, or ad visiting her sister, Mrs. George
dress at Coquille.
Terry, and brother, A. N. Gould, of
Wm. Jenkins, of Myrtle Point, this city, returned to Marshfield on
came down to this city and met his Monday.
daughter, Mrs Gus Gross, of Ban.
J. B. Davis, father of G. S. Davis,
don, and returned with her to the
the Norway dairy farmer, returned
Point for a visit.
last Fr.Jay from a visit with rela
The Misses Jackson, Daisy and
Cora, of Lamps creek, were in town
Monday. Miss Daisy will return to
Portland next week, where she has
been staying for some time.
Earl Goodman came up from
Bandon Friday and went on to
Marshfield the same day to catch
the steamer Breakwater for San
Francisco, having secured a position
in a large wholesale establishme nt
in that. city.
The young people of the M. E.
church South have organized an
Epworth League, with good pros
pects. They will meet regular ev
ery Sunday evenings at 6:45.
the young people who do not at
tend other Leagues are invited to
come to these meetings.
The Becond quarterty conference
for Coquille station of the M. E.
Church South will be held Satur
day, March 10, at 3 p. m. Preach,
ing Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Communion service will follow the
morning sermon. All are cordially
invited. H. M. Branham, Pastor.
W. L. Kistner, our dairy man,
returned last week from a visit to
his old home in Humboldt county,
California, where he had spent a
couple of weeks with friends and
acquaintances. He tells us of the
sudden death of Sheriff Brown
of that county, which occurred a
day or so before he left Eureka.
W hen you purchase $ 3 0 worth
of good from us you will receive
this handsome phonograph free.
A. J. Hoyt, of B an d oD , was up
this way yesterday looking for somo
horses for sale.
W. H. Hull was up from River
ton on Monday, and squared yards
with the H e r a l d .
DO YOU WANT TO BUY A
NICE HOME SO YOU CAN
Three papers of the very best j
north grown seeds for 10 cents a t !
Knowlton's drug store.
Herbert Johnston, of Fairview, |
was a Coquille visitor Tuesday. He j
came to consult Dr. Wetmore.
Fine, thoroughbred Brown Leg
horn eggs for setting at J. C. Wat
son’s. Per setting $1.00; $5 per
OR VACANT LOTS
The dance given at Prosper Sat
urday evening was a success in
every way and was an enjoyable
I f it is a bilious attack take
Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver
Tablets and a quick cure is certain.
For sale by R. S. Knowltan.
AND ON EASY TERMS.
WE HAVE SOME NICE TA RMS
Assessor Thrift and Deputy Law
rence started out Monday to begin
the assessment of Coos county for
the year 1906.
J. L. Kronenburg, superintendent
of the mill at Parkersbuig, returned
from a business trip to San Fran
cisco on Monday.
As good as any high price machine not
a toy nor cheap machine. Call and hear it
play and ask for your coupons.
WE CAN SELL A NICE HOME
W e carry all the best and latest
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes
Gents’ Furnishing Goods, etc.
FOR SALE $1400 TO $6000
Buy Your Goods Right,
A s Watch Specialists,
and Don’t Worry.
M. A. Welch was up from Lamps
last Monday and was feeling fine.
The old gentleman claimed to be
growing younger and he surely
We know watch business, because we have literally
GROWN up in it and when we say our judgment can be
relied on we base our statement cu “ EXPERIENCE.”
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rohm, of Riv
erton. were in town Monday on
When the WISE buyer thinks of | irchasinK a watch he NATUR
business. They visited Mrs. Rohm’s ALLY THINKS of US, because we are W ATCH SPECIALISTS. We
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Moul have all MAKES. All grades Largest s'. >ck in COQUILLE VALLEY
ton, while in town.
W IL S O N J E W E L R Y CO ,
W atch Makers and Engravers.
W. W. Whittington was down 20 year's Experience.
from the upper river yesterday
i; . !.. F i r m
transacting business at the county C H A N . I I . S I I F F I I C H
seat. H o made the H erald a pleas
ant business call.
Boise=Meridian Investirmi Co.
William Gallier, the Bandon hard
ware merchnut, and wife, came up
Saturday and have b e e D enjoying a
a few days’ visit with their sons,
Steve and Ed Gallier, aud numer
Farms, Stock, Ranches and City Property
I n | lie F i . i i i . m i s H o i* « , » m l N n n k c K i i i ' f V iill« ,J * i n l . l a l i o U n d e r H ie
la iiv e r u u ie iil H c c l a i i ia l l o i i P r o j e c t .
F i r . , l i iM .i r u n c .! u i i .l F u r in
T .o n li* . C’o r r e * | l o l M f .* l l c c S o l i r l t r . l
ID A H O
As we are closing our forms and M E i e r D T - A - T T
making ready to go to press, Mr.
A com plete line of
and Mrs. John Kronenburg, of this
city are celebrating their golden
tives and trieuds in Humboldt weddiDg, a full report of which
Wt- guarantee better work
will have to be put off till our
prices than can be
Miss Lizzie Price, the schoolmam,
had elsewhere. Do not order
The meeting of the Woman’s
returned from a visit at the Bay
Monday, and proceeded by the same
Monumental work until you
train to Myrtle Point on her way to at the home of Mrs. B. Figg, and
have called upon or written
part of the afternoon was spent in
her home at Bancroft.
us for prices.
the study of Domestic Science,
The city council granted Geo.
John Burrooughs, and Ella Wheeler
Laird an electrio light franchise at
D avid F ulton , Local Agent, Coquille.
Wilcox were the characters for the
the meeting last evening. Work is
afternoon study and discussion.
to be commenced by May 1st. We
STEWART & WHITE, Props.
E. S. Larsen, the shiDgle mill
Phone, Main 238.
will publish the proceedings of the
3d|& D Sts., Marshfield. Ore.
council in our next issue.— Bandon man, who closed a deal with Charles
Collier for a site for his mill, start
ed for his home at Portland on
Mrs. Sherrard left the last of the
Thursday. He was heard to say
We handle the Famous WALK-OVER Shoes and
week for a visit with her daughter,
that he will be back in a month an 1
Mrs. Beard, of Lebanon, Oregon.
guarantee euery pair sold by us as represented or
that work on the mill will go for
Her daughter, Mrs. McCann, of the
ward as rapidly as the circumstances
money refunded. Call and see them.
Bay, visited her aod Mrs. Kerr and
will permit. We extend Mr. Lar
other relatives and friends in this
sen a hearty welcome, and trust
city, bofore her departure.
" T A I L O R
that he will have no difficulty in
George Fletcher, of Boise, Idaho,
shaping things to suit him.
CO Q U ILLE.
visited several days last week with
R. D. Hume passed through town
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Peoples, of
0. D. PIERCE. Manager.
yesterday on his way home from f t
this city. Mr. Fletcber is a relative
Han Francisco. Mr. Hume has not
of Mrs. Peoples, and camo to make
yet given up the idea of establish
them a visit while he was doing
ing a fruit and vegetable cannery
Under New Management.
some running around for his health.
at this place, and will make definite
Steve Benham, of Lake county,
proposition to our people in the fu
California, who has been here since
ture. He was accompanied by Mr.
fall with his family visiting his
CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF
Mack, who prints the Radium for
brother and other relatives, as well
Mr. Hume, and also John Fursey
as his wile's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
who goes down to take charge of
Browneon, of Bridge, spent a few
his cold storage plant.
st -C l a s s .
days in town last week with Mr. and
M a r r ie d . — At San Jose, California,
Mrs. M. O. Hooton. They will not
February 19, 1906, Harry A. Brizee,
return home till spring.
of Morgan Hill, California, and
Miss Jo Beyers, of Sumner, Oregon.
Opposite I. O. O. F. Hall.
Successor to J. T. Little.
MisB Beyers will be remembered by
many here, she having been a prom
inent teacher in Coos county for a
number of years, as well as at Rose-
All the Latest
burg, who will join the H e r a l d in
Designs In Frames.
THOSE WISHING TO PURCHASE .
India Ink and Oil.
best wishes for her futui e happiness.
GIVE US C A L L .......................
Mr. Brizee is an entire stranger to
us, but nevertheless, we congratu
late him on his good fortune and
349 First Street
good judgment in securing so
L ock Box 212
worthy a companion.
^Coquille, . Or.
Monuments and Headstones
COOS CO, MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS
G ENER AL M ERCHANDISE.
W e carry a complete line of Men’s
and Boys’ Clothing. Our
stock is new and
F R E D
S L A G
Gent's Furnishings a Speciaty.
Coquille Mill & Mercantile Co
O. Wilson St Co
Best of Turnouts.
Feed and Sale
W. H. Mansell, ¡5*
Hay, Grain, Feed.
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