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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1906)
LOCAL N E W S .
Nolson Jones, of Maxwell, wus in
this city Monday.
Nice fresh lot of cookies just ar-
rived at Robinsons.
Miss Lydia Siu,iuous slat toil for
E un ka on Monday.
A lino line of waists and wrappers
at O Wilson’s A Co’s.
Miss Kato Steckel went to tb*
Bay by Monday’s train.
Dan llarklow was down from
Myrtle Point on Monday.
VV. I*. Fuller’ s prepared Paints, Oils
and Varnishes at J. A. Lamb & Co.
E- Bargeron, the Coaledo mer
chant, was in this city on Friday.
New spring line negligee and soft
shirts just opened up at Robinson’s.
J. H. Uadabaugh, of Arago, made
our office a pleasant call on Friday.
Gasene soap at Draue’s. The
best on the market for the prices
Buy your garden seeds at Knowl-
tou’s drug store and get the very
The world's best soda cracker,
Uneeda Biscuit, at every store in
Mrs. A. J. Davenport, of this city,
who was quite ill last week, is much
Drano keeps the celebrated Cahn-
liicliolsbnrg shoes. Tho place for
John Neilsou, of Prosper, was in
Wright’s medicated underwewat
our city on Monday.
Sarntcga Chips at Robinson’.
Olves in bulk at Roh!naou’s.
Robinson’s store Las ladies’ shirt
The All-American Glass Blowers
Buster Brown Blue Ribbon
Go to Lorenz's to get a phono waists from 50o to $5.00.
at the opera house Friday and Sat
school shoes at Robinson's.
J. L Bean, the Lampa postmaster urday nights.
Ira Metcalf had business in town and merchant, had business in town
Onion sets at 12$ cents per
New Ginghams, Dimities, Voiles,
pound at O. Wilson & Co’s.
one day last week.
Pongee Brilliants and Percales at
L. J. Roberts, of the Myrtle Point
Step in and see those new spring
The All-American Glass Blowers Robinson’s store.
suits at Robinson’s.
Enterprise, was in town Sunday.
will give a Saturday matinee for
F or S ale . — Six head of good
milch cow, enquire of F. L. Smith,
H av F or S als — A lot of fine rye j Earl Goodman returned from school children’.
grasH hav. Henry Grady, Norway.! San Francisco Monday.
See the glass blowers, something Fishtrap, Oregon, or J. C. Wilson,
Charles Cessna was up to this I For a nice ready made wrapper new, at the opera house Friday and Prosper, Oregon.
city from Parkersburg on Monday. ' or waist go to O. Wilson A Co’s.
J. A. Heath and W. N. Hubber YOU GET A COUPON WITH EVEVY CASH PURCHASE
O. Wilson A Co. sells nice fresh
Large supply of fresh garden
Mr. and Mrs Chas, Lorenz, of arrived Monday by special stage
C'EPT WITH SUGAR AND FLOUR
onion sets at 12$ cents per pound. seeds at Kuowlton’s drug store.
Bandon, visited relatives and friends from Myrtle Point. They are from
Cottage Grove, and are looking
D. D. Pierce, manager of the Co-
Farmers institute at this city on in this city tho first of the week.
over the country,
quille mill, had business at the Bay April 17th. All should turn out.
W. J. Butler, of Marshfield, came
C. C. Carter, the logger from
Frank Hance, of Fairview, spent over by Monday's train and pro
The gasoline schooner 8otoyome 11 day
<o in town the first of the ceeded up the river by the steamer Etelka, was at the Ray two or three
days last week looking after busi
sailed from Bandon for San Fran week.
cisco on Friday.
B. C. Swaggert, of Eureka. Cali-
Editor Sain, of the Coos Bay ness matters and visiting his nephew
Hogan fornia, registered at Hotel Coquille, Harbor, made our office a pleasant City Marshal Carter, of Marshfield-
The schooner Hugh
Phonograph fre e !
W hen you purchase $30 worth
of good from us you will receive
this handsome phonograph free.
sailed from Bandon for San Fran-! Mondnj.
cisco on Sunday.
F or S al *.— A fine lot White Nile
B orn . — In
Oregon, Peas at 2$c per pound. Glenn Col
March 2G, to Mr. and Mrs. V. R. lier, Coquille.
Wilson, a daughter.
F oe S a l e .— A Durham bull, five
John Morris, of Uaodou, spent a years old; price $30.
couple of days in town this week. J. B. Sweet, Lampa.
He greeted many of bis old-time
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. McCloskey,
comrades while in towq.
of Myrtle Point, visited in town on
A suitable reward will be paid Thursday of last week.
the finder of a large leather pocket-
Three papers of the very best
book belonging to Walter Sinclair. north grown seeds for 10 cents at
Knowlton's drug store.
Going at cost. L. H. Pearce, of
Tommy Gaffey, of this city, ar
Myrtle Point, will close out bis
stock of Seal Rock water-proof rived by the Czarina the last of the
clothing at cost.
week from San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. John Barrows were
J. W. Hall, of Myrtle Point, came
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Adams, of
up to this city from the lower river down with a fine lot of logs last
Myrtle Point, were among our Co
week which he had put in the riyer quille visitors on Thursday.
Will Douk, of Bear creek, had during the winter.
Fine, thoroughbred Brown L eg
bussiues which brought him to
Don’t miss seeing the All-Ameri horn eggs for setting at J. 0 . Wat
can Glass Blowers at the opera son’s. Per setting $1.00; $5 per
Robinson has a big assortment of house Friday and Saturday nights, 100 .
ladies’ shirt waists in long and and Saturday matinee.
Win. Weekly made our office an
The difference between “ You exceedingly pleasant call last Satur
S im Nass, manager of the Pros
need a biscuit,” and “ Uneeda Bis day while down settling up with the
per cannery, arrived from Astoria
cuit” is but 5 cents, aud you can county.
by the last Alliance.
split that difference at any of our
We are in a position to offer a
If you are in need of harness or
good piece of water front of 2$
repairs in his line, consult L. H.
acres near town; good for mill or
Pearce, Myrtle Point.
Alfred JohnsoD, the sawmill man, factory site.
Mrs. A1 Lily and daughter, Miss received last Friday a fine iron lathe
Those who have tried all kinds
Rose, were down from Arago on for use at his mill. This will prove claim the Northern grown seeds the
a great convenience and save m uch
Monday doing some shopping.
best. Three papers for 10 cents at
Knowlton’s drug store.
The schooners Sail Beuna Ven time.
Fred, R. Jones, a railroad man,
representing the Coast line, passed
through this city yesterday looking
F or S ale .— Eighty-five acres, all
clear, house, barn and outbuild after the company’s interests. He
Good for dairy purposes went on down the cost the same
Apply to C. A. Peterson, Riverton. day.
call last Monday while in this city
looking after business matters.
A. phonograph has become a household
necessity. They bring the l;»Tesi music,
the latest songs to us. They are popular
in all homes.
W e carry all the best and latest
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes
Gents’ Furnishing Goods, etc.
Chas. Bowers, an inmate of the ry county passed tkrouh town yes
county infirmary, who has been terday to attend Uncle Sam’s court
seriously ill for some time, was I in Portland as witnesses in lanl
brought to town last week and cases: A1 Marsh, assessor; J. R'
placed in the keeping of Dr. Culin Miller, A lf Miller, A. Adolpbson,
B. R. Doan, W. R. Hurst, Mrs. Jas.
Arrivals at Coos Buy Monday by Ca;’ps and Gco.j Forty. They ex
the the Plant: Earl Goodman, Jas pect to take the Alliance in a day
Flanagan, E N Smith* C H Mer or so. There are sexteen more who
chant and wife, Miss Daisy Deyoe, are going other routes.
Miss Ora Deyoe, Jas Mackin, C F
A. N. Niil, the pile driver man,
Allen, Chas Carlson, Mrs N. Adams arrived from the bay yesterday
and children, Jas Guerin and wife, with bis driver and is setting up
J W McMullen, A S Freeman, H R bis machinery to drive tbe piling
for the new railroad up Cunning
Arrivals from Portland by Kil- ham creek. The piles are at hand
burn March 24:
Mrs J J Curren, and the work will be put through
David MeCuuo and wife, Isabel Mc- just as rapidly as possibly. There
Cune, Nellie McCune, Miss H is considerable of tbe right of way
Huines, Miss 8 Rose, Miss B F cleared and road building will
Eaton, W H Kennedy, I Hacker, be tbe next in order of business,
H B Eaton, Miss H Haines, R Tbe same train which brought the
Thompson and wife, G L Case, J pile driver brought a large donkoy
McGuire and wife, E Anderson, W which will soon be taken into the
Z Spear and wife, L W Kinder, Miss woods and begin to move logs
E Kelsey, R S Wagner, Mis M John toward the road. This aill soon
son, T F Case, Miss M Stillwell, open up employment for a large
Miss Pennoek, H Hoeck, C E Mar crew of men and help make busi
ness lively here this season.
lin, Mrs E Ogren, Sam Nass.
O. Wilson & C o .
The Woman’s Study Club held
Successors to Dean & Morgan.
their usual meeting on Saturday at
the home of Mrs. L. J. Cody. Cur-
rent events occupied a portion of
the time, after which other books
by Louisa M. Alcott omitted last
week, were reviewed.
Ward was the subject for the after
noon study. Some discussion fol
PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS, COQUILLE, OREGON
lowed in regard to civic improve
ment, but no special action was
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
taken. The next meeting will be
W . T. DEM ENT
J. W. W A G N E R
at the home of M-rs. Sinclair.
WANT TO BUY A
HOME SO YOU CAN
WE CAN SELL A NICE HOME
AND ON EASY TERMS.
WE HAVE SOME NICE LA RMS
FOR SALE $ 1 4 0 0 TO %6000
Stanley 3 Pownder
\V. H. Mansell, ^
Linder New Management.
Best of Tunouts.
Feed and Sale
Hay, Grain, Feed
Opposite I. O. O. F. hall.
Successor to J. T. L ittle .
A ll th e L a te st
Desions in Fram es.
In d ia In k a n d O il.
B UR K HO £ I W R
I Present Address
I L ock Box 212
Coquille, . Or.
349 First Street
Wilson Jewelry Co.
Watchmakers ai)d Engiaveis
ENTERPRISE MEAT CO.,
IÆ AT vSTRAU
r 1! ■
J. H. Snyder, the engineer, re
Robinson’s store has a big line
of ladies’ shirt waists, muslin under turned from San Francisco yester- j
Captain Levi Snyder, his
wear, corset covers, dress skirts day.
brother, remained in the city ex- j
L o s t — Poland China male pig, pecting to get a steamer in a short
six months old—black, curly, with rime.
Newt Divilbiss has been in town 1
white face. Finder report to W. S.
for a couple of days and hns shown
Jess, near Johnson’s mill.
some of his friends some samples of
F or S ale . —Blue Andelusian eggs
gold recently mined down in his
$1.00 per setting; only thorough
section of county. He had one bot
breds in the county. Also Andelu
tle containing $130., the result of a
sian roosters. Enquire of C. Ter-
half day’s work.
res, Cunningham creek.
Rev. W. F. U. Browne, of this
For each 25-cents purchase at
assisted by Rev. Beatty, of
Mrs, Nosler’s you will receive a
ticket good for one guess at the Marshfield, and Rev. Boyd, of North
number of beans, pins, coffee, etc. in Bend, will continue the revival
a jar, winner toreceive a gold eagle. meetings at the M. E. church
Mrs. M. Way came down from through this week. Much interest
Myrtle Point yesterday to see her is manifested and a large number
mother, Mrs, S. L Leneve, who has has been added to the church.
been ill for a few days, but is much
In responce to subpoenas, tbe
improved at present.
following named persons fromJCur-
tura and C. T. Hill arrived at Ban-
We have a way of selling some
Mrs. J. C. Frye, living on the
don from San Francisco on Suuday. goods which results in us selling Offield place, who has been sick
Dr. Hors'all, of Marshfield, made more and more of them each day, with pleursy, is convalescent. Dr.
P. Wetmore has been in attendance,
a visit to Coquille the '21st.
He for instance Schilling’s Best.
was called to consult with Dr. Wet- E. Diane.
Mr. and Mrs. Barklow, of Myrtle
Why not buy your Schilling’s Poiut, visited Mrs. B’s sister, Mrs.
Z. T. Johnsou, one of Myrtle Best from us? We carry a full line, Chas. Hall, of this city, while Mr.
Point’s progressive hustlers, had T a, Coffee, Biking Powder, Spices, Barklow was helping J. W. Hall
business at the county sent on Sat Flavoring Extracts, and sell it min run hia logs.
imum prices. Drane’s.
Mrs. B. E. Hampton, of whom we
Mrs. E. A. MeDutYee. of this city
S. H. McAdams, the blacksmith, made mention last week as being
went to Myrtle Point on Monday lias junt put in a new steel forge seriously ill, passed away on Fri-
to visit her sister-in-law, Mrs. Har and Champion blower as well as I day. Consumption aTas the cause
other tools of various kinds and a of her death.
P. Riley, of Drain, who held a
C. I. Green was up from Lamps full stock of materials used in hi«
position in the Anderson boys’ camp
Saturday. His face is about to as line.
on the lower river last season, re
sume its normal shape. It’s a little
V. L Arrington, one of Myrtle
girl aud arrived there the 14th iust. Point’s good citizens, went to Ban turned last week and will hold his
We have a full and complete re don Saturday to look after some old job this season.
Sheriff Gallier went to Marshfield
port of Master Fish Warden Van business matters. The H erald en
Dusen which was received too late
joyed a very pleasant visit while he Wednesday to attend a meeting of
for this issue, but will be in our
the Redmen at that place.
was in town.
new members were initiated and a
C. B. Zeek, Bandon, Oregon, has
Miss Lily Way, telephone opera
general good time enjoyed.
tor at Myrtle Point, came down the n full and complete stock o f Cali
George Goodman, youngest son
last of the week and visited her fornia grain hay of all grades from
of our townspeople, Mr. and Mrs.
grandma, Mrs. S. L. Leneye, and
J. P. Goodman, is expected home
other relatives and friends till Mon alfalfa hay and seed, and feed grain,
at once, after a two-years’ sojourn
all on sale at Bandon, at lowest
When last heard
CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF
River boats will receive
W astro . — A female teacher to prices.
from be was down in Mexico.
assist Mrs. Giddings in th? seboo orders which will be promptly filled.
H. J. Crippen, who has been with
in district No. 43.
John Leggett who has been at
the Recall and the H erald for the
third grade certificate acceptable.
Send terms with application.
Ad- tending Albany College for some past eight or nine months, started
dress, S. J. McCloskey, clerk, Nor- i time, arrived home Friday on ac for Weddorburn on Sunday.
count of the illness of his father, will have charge of the mechanical
Mrs. W. F. Grunow, of Portland, who is at Dr. Wetmore’s hospital, department of R. D. Hume’s paper,
arrived here yesterday and will visit and who is suffering from a limb the Radium.
for a few week« with her father, R. which is in a very serious condition,
Mr, and Mrs. D. J. Lowe, Sr., of
J. Dean, and other relatives and the result of a wound from a nail,
Bandon, returned Monday from a
friends nt this place.
She is ac which we mentioned in a former visit with their son, F. L. Lowe, of
companied b y ' her little daughter,
Marshfield, and friends of the Bay
THOSE WISHING TO PURCHASE
Mr. Rtinsck, a mining man, ar side. They also visited their son,
E. N. Smith, who with L. W. rived from Portland by the Alliance D. J. Lowe, Jr., and family, of this
GIVE US CALL
Deyoc and family, spent the winter Monday, bringing with him a large city as thoy passed through on
at Long Beach, California, arrived amount of mining machinery which their return.
Monday, accompanied bv the Misses he is taking into the Sixes country
The All American Glass Blowers
Deyoe, Ora and Daisy. Mr, Deyoe j where he and several friends ar* who have been showing iri Marsh- j
is at Watsonville, California, where possessors of a number of valuable field for the past week to la rg e! X>OOPOO<
he will remain till about May 1st.
crowds have arrived in our city and
George Quigley passed through develop at once. Among their out will give an exhibition Friday and
W . T . DEM ENT,
J. M W A G N E R,
town last Friday from Myrtle Point fit we understand there is a stamp Saturday March 30-31 at the Opera | JOH N YOAKAM ,
Sec’y and Msng.
where be has been visiting with his mill, concentrator and the necessary House and on Saturday night there
friend, Wright Allen, for a couple machinery to do an immense busi will be a social dance.
He had prolonged his ness in an up-to-date manner. Hi lady waltzer will receive a hand-
stav on account of the illness of Mrs, family will be down as soon as somo piece o f glass work free. Ad
Allen, who is now much iniproEed. proper houses can be erected.
mission, adults, 25c, children 15c.
made from ^selected materially
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard,
Ham and Bacon-
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