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THE PRACTICAL BLACKSMITH
J. K. Scott, o f Bandon, "u s in
Mrs. Nosler’s Locals.
g s a u .u . l Johnson, one of our South
Our First Fire of the Year.
fork formers, came down yesterday
Ladies' muslin underwear in all '
and paid bia old friend, Robert
On Wednesday morning at an
L. D. Pettyjohn, of Marshfield, kinds.
early baur a fire broke out in the spent a day or so in town this week.
WEDNESDAY. MARCH 4 1906. Dean a visit.
Everything pretty in embroideries
Mart Smith, of near Remote, is dry lumber house of the Coquille
R. M. Hay ter, of Arago, was in and laces—the daintiest you ever
Sees Big Gun.
in town visiting his sister, Mrs. P. Mill and Mercantile Co’s yard caus- town attending to (business jester* saw.
E, Drane. This is the first time he ing a loss of $1200 to $1500. This day
A swell liuc of all over laces and
James H. Flan gan returned Mon has been in town for several years.1 is the first fire of the year, and
Farmers institute at Coquille embroideries.
Horse h oeing, Wagon Making, and All Kinds of Forge Work.
day on the Plant from a brief visit
Ladies’ shirt waists in all pretty
.. .. .. .
Mrs. A. Pershbaker and daugh- might have proven much more seri- April 17. All farmers should turn
to San Francisco.
While in the
, | ters, Mrs. 8. W. Fahy and Miss ous 'iad it not been for the prompt out.
metropolis Mr. Flanagan’s business
Giuen to All Kinds of Lathe Work.
E. D. Myers, of Lee, made a trip
Ruby Pershbaker, went to the Ray and efficient work of our fire Com-
brought him in contact with Mr.
a b u n d a n t to the Bay Monday, returning yes- the very nicest, consisting of long
yesterday for a visit of a few
and short dresses, skirts, caps,
Hood, chief engineer of the coast
supply of water of our new system, i terday.
All the above goods
for the Southern Pacific, and who
While it is a fact that but one of
B orn . At Johnson's Mill, March just in also a complete line of G. D.
The cash customer has the ad-
has in charge the building of the
the reservoirs wan connected with 31, 190C, to Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Corsets.
Drain-Coos Bay branch to the Har- vantage at T. H. Mehl & Cos. They
I Newton, a daughter.
Steam er N otes.
are now giving 5 per cent off of the the system, the supply on this oc
rirnan system. The S. P. official is a
casion proved suffic ent but care
Don’t forget that you baye 5c,
regular prices to all who pay cash
very busy man and an audience
should be taken to have all things coming on every |fl on each cash
Steamer Elizabeth arrived March
with him can only be arranged by on the spot.
in rediness for a similar occasion. deal from new on at T. H. Mehl 28th; sailed March 30th. Incoming
A. M. Snyder who has been run-
appointment and the going through
Now that the dry season is near at & Cos.
passenger, C»pt. J. McClements;
of considerable red-tape. Jim made ing an engine at the government hand, too much care cannot be taken
J- G- Fish
At the meeting of the city coun cargo, 150 tons mdse.
good to all these requirements and work at Bandon, has resigned, and to prevent as well as to extinguish cil
Monday eveming, |the Co passengers, Capt. J. McClements, MANUFACTURERS of Butter Boxes, Cubes, Apple and Fruit Boxes
Cabinets, Tables, Counters, Store Fronts, etc.
with the matter of his errand fin moved yesterdayjto his father’s pice fires. In case this fire had gotten a quille Mill and Mercantile Co. E. Erickson, John Brown; cargo,
Turning Work a Specialty.
All Orders give»
ished ho took time by the forelock on the upper river for residence.
sufficient that the lumber yard and offered to fill First street east of 200 M lumber, 20 cords matchwood
to propound a few interrogations
Dr. Wetmore has again received mill had gone, there is no doubt Pointnr’s barn with sawdust if the 800 M shingles, 20 tons mdse.
relative to the Drain-Coos bay a very flattering offer to fill a chair that the first two or three rows of city would put up for the feed of
Schooners San Buena Ventura
M e a l s a t a ll H o u r s
Mr. Hood answered the at the ¿Columbia Medical Institute blocks would have been swept clean the horse hauling the sawdust cart, and C. T. Hill ready for sea, 200 M F ir s t ClasB
F rom 5 a m to 9 P M ,
It is a as what wind that was blowing on which was accepted. There was al
questions put cheerfully and in a at Tacoma, Washington.
^ E X E C U T R IX NOTICE.
His thorough position paying a good salary. that night was from the Bouth.
go an ordinance'passed graiding the
Notice is hereby given that the last
knowledge of the situation was no This is the second time he has been
Our firemen are to be congratu Dean Lumber Co. a right-of-way
and testament of John Henry
surprise to Mr. Flanagan, who real offered the position since locating lated and encouraged in this work, for its railroad up Cunninghm. O. C, will
Schroeder, deceased, has been duly ad
ized ths necessity of the master here. He says "No, I shall remain and a substantial financial boost Sanford, recorder, tendered his mitted to probate, and that the under
MRS. C. O. GILKEY, Proprietoresa
to put and keep their equipments resignation, which was accepted signed who is named as executrix there
mind of the construction forces here.”
S p e c i a l A t t e n t io n G iv e n
in good shape would be all right, and R. R. Pownder was appointed in, line been duly appointed by the R e a s o n a b le R a te to
County Court of the State of Oregon, in j
must be acquainted with these con
Mrs. J. D. Donaldson of near and would no douby be a good in
to C o m m s r o l a l P e o p l e
recorder to fill the vacancy.
R e g u la r B o a r d e r s
and for the County of Coos, as such ex- I
ditions. Engineer Hood reiterated Riverton, has been very ill for a few vestment for our people. We hsve
ecutrix, and letters testamentary h av e1
been duly issued to said executrix. All (
that work would start on the con days, but was improving yesterday. heard many say that our wqter sys
tem doubtless payed for itself last IN TH E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE persons having'claims against said ¡es
struction of this line in the very
tate are hereby required to present them
Ed Christensen, of the firm of
STATE OF OREGON, IN AND FOR with the proper vouches within six
DR. W E T M O R E ’S
near future and that it would be Sudden A Christensen, of San Fran Wednesday morning.
THE COUNTY OF COOS:
months from the date of this notice to
pushed to completion at a faster cisco, who are the present owners of
the undersigned at her residence at Ar
J. A. Collier,
Pasture For Stock.
Suit in eq' ago, Coos County, Oregon.
pace than has ever been heard of in the Prosper mill, started for home
uity to fore-
Dated this 27th day of March, A. D.
railraod building on the coast. yesterday after a visit of several
I will receive horses and crttle to A. V. Campbell and Roths c mortgage.
Executrix of the Estate of John Henry
When naked about starting construc dryswithW m . Hicking, their fore
pasture on good up-land range.
tion at both ends Mr. Hood said man. Mr. Hicking came up this far
To A. P. Campbell and Rothschild &
that it was their intention to work with him.
I am prepared to treat all
Hadenfeldt, a corporation, the above
from the Drain end and from a
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Capt. Christensen, o f the tug
Medical and Surgical Cases.
point on the Umpqua, and that
l u m a candidate for the nomina IN THE NAME OF TH E STATE OF
Robarts, plying on the Sinslaw,
FOR THE COUNTY OF COOS.
supplies and material for construc
visited the river the last of the week
You and each ot you are hereby noti Zetta James,
tion would soon be arriving at the
with a view to making arrangements No. 3, subject to the approval of the fied that you are required to appear and
S p « o l a l R a t e s m a d e foi< A e e o u e h e *
latter place.— Marshfield Sun.
Republican voters at the primary answer the complaint filed against you
<• Suit in Equity for a
for the Robarts to do towing on
in the above entitled suit within six Geo. W. James, |
H alf M illion T oilers Lay Down the Coquille bar. He receied con
weeks from the date of the first publica
R. R. P ownder .
weeks from Marcli 7, 1000, and if you
thought the chances good for him to
fail to appear on or before the last day
In the name of the state of Oregon;
Chicago, March 31.—The Trib
Train Nurses in Attendance.
you are hereby notified that you are re
make the change when he started
I wish to announce myself as a publication to-wit: April 18th, 1906, quired to appear and answer the com
will be taken against you, for plaint tiled against you in the above
candidate for the nomination for judgment
says: It is a serious thing to say,
want thereof, for the relief demanded entitled suit within six weeks from the
For Further Particulars Address
a succinct statement date of the first publication of this sum
and yet I believe I am justified in
county, subject to the approval of of which is as follows:
mons, to-w it: within six weeks from the
saying it, that if the strike of the ifornia miner, arrivd herejlast week the electors of the Democratic party
First: That there be adjudged to be 14th day of March, 1906, the same
bituminous and anthracite miners to look up the cool proposition of at the primary election to be held due and owing plaintiff from defendant being the date of the first publication of
P. Campbell the sum of $2.50 and this summons.
is permitted to continue to the point C. A. Peterson, of Riverton. He April 20, 1906.
interest thereon at the rate of 8 per cent
And if you fail to appear and answer
per annum since January 30th, 1904 said complaint on or before the 25th
W. E. Cleghorn.
where the, piled-up stocks of both
on the promissory note in complaint day of April, 1906, the same being the
kinds of coal are practically exhaust
set forth, for an attorney fee of $50, and last day of the time prescribed-in the
for his costs and disbursements in this order of publication, the plaintiff will
ed so as to produce a paralysis of take hold under a lease to make
I wish to announce myself as a suit.
take judgment against you and will
industrial operations, the G overn make further developments
Second: That a certain mortgage apply to the court for the relief de
candidate for the nomination for
ment of the United States, either rapidly as the circumstances will the office of commissioner of Coos dated January 30, 1904, securing said manded in her complaint, a succinct
promissory notp, be foreclosed anil the
of which js as follows:
through the President or through permit. This vein is the same sb county, subject to the approval of property described therein, to-wit: lot statement
We guarantee better work
That the marriage contract heretofore
the electors of the Democratic party 5 in block 58 in Elliott’ s Addition to the existing between plaintiff and defend
Congress, or both, will tnke action
prices than can be
be dissolved, set aside and held for
in the interest of the people, Con the best coal yet found in this sec at the primary election to be held Coquille, in Coos county,Oregon, be sold ant
naught; that plaintiff be restored to
in the manner provided by law, the pro her maiden name of Zetta Belieu; that
had elsewhere. Do not order
stitution or no Constitution.
I. T. W eekly .
ceeds be applied to the payment of costs she have judgment against defendant
That is the feeling here among tities, and we hope to see in
Monumental work until you
of this suit, said sale, including said at for the costs and disbursements of this
very near future a great
torney fee and the sums found to be due suit; and for such other and further
men who ordinarily are conserva 5 is
haue called upon or written
plaintiff herein, and that_all persons relief as to the court may seem meet
tive. They do not believe that mine doing a big business.
claiming under him subsequent to the and equitable.
us for prices.
either Congress or the President
Service of this summons is made by
candidate for the Republican nomi and foreclosed of all right, claim and publication in pursuance of an order
has the right to dictate the terms on who have been showing the Bay nation for the office of sheriff of equity of redemption in said premises
made by L. Harlocker as County Judge
Third—That theoverplus, if any there of Coos county, Oregon, dated March
D avid F ulton , Local Agent, Coquille.
which men shall operate their mines towns for the past two weeks, an Coos county, subject to the decision
be, be paid into this court to await the 13th 1906, directing that service of said
or on which men shall work in the going ;to visit Bandon and show of the Republican voters nt the pri further order thereof, and for such other summons be made by publication there
STEWART & WHITE, Props.
what they can do in the way of mary election on April 20th, 1906. and further relief as the court may of in the Coquille H e r a l d , a news
P h o n e , M a in 238 .
deem meet and equitable.
They do behove, however, and glass blowing. They showed Co
J. T. HART E V,
and BOX FACTORY
Lone Star Restaurant
Dr. W ETMORE,
Monuments and Headstones
the opinion wns generally expressed
Democrats and by high officials al
most within the walls of the White
House itself, that if any such crisis
arises the United States Govern
ment will take pisessiou of the
mines, operating them for the bene
fit of the people, and turn over the
money to its proper owners, leaving
the operator and miners to agree
among themselves if they can.
quille Friday and Saturday of last
wcok to good crowds, and everyone
who visited them seemed well
pleasod. They have a glass dress
made from Bpun glass and every
lady should see this garment. Ev
ery visitor receives a glass souvenir
free of chrage.
Watch for hand
bills for further notice.
Wickham received the prize, a
beautiful glass souvenir, for the
best waltzer nt the free dance on
I wish to announce myself as a
candidate for the nomination for the
office of sheriff of Coos county, sub
ject to the approval of the electors
of the Democratic party at the pri
mary election to be held April 20.
W. W. G aoe ;
For County Treasurer.
Service of this summons is made by county, once each week for a period of
publication in pursuance of an order six weeks.
made by I.. Harlocker as countv judge
J. J. STANLEY,
of Coos county, Oregon, dated March
Attorney for Plaintiff.
7th, 1HCK;, directing that service there
of he made by publication in the Co
quille Herald, a newspaper published
at the city of Coquille,
county, once each week for a period of
A. J. SHERWOOD,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Or. C. W. Tower.
¡6. C. Strang mid J. W L neve
are taking an invoice of the stock
of goods of the former, with a view
to the later becoming possessor of
transfer will be made in a day or so.
While we are sorry to lose Mr.
Htrang ns one of oui business men,
we s e g ild to regnin Mr. Leneve,
he li i- ing lieen in business here for
m my years. O, C. Sanford is now
in the Bunk m the plaok moated by
I will do all that is claimed for o f the Democratic party at the pri
j This Steamer is very steady at sea and
it—to speedily cure all coughs and mary election t o h ) held April 20,
I her passenger accommodations are all
colds and it is ho sweet and pleas- 1906.
new, clean and sweet, opening out on
nut to the taste. Sold by R. S.
J H O kcit .
. deck and having only two berths in a
- -• » *
the management of the Coquille
Mill A Mercantile Company desire»
to express to the inemb, rs of the
Coquille Fire Department their full
appreciation of thewoi k done in
subduing the fin- in our «bed and
yards tin last \\ ednesdav morning.
Their quick response to the alarm,
and their fast snd effective work
instrumental iu saving this
company n large amount aud per
haps more serious losses to the
Coqwtu.r Mu» A M x b c a n t i l * C o
D IG E S T S W H A T Y O U E A T
P R E P A R E D ONLY A T T H E LABORATORY OP
E . C. D e W IT T
Sc C O M P A N Y , C H I C A G O . I L T -
Tower & Son.
Coos Bay and
Card of Thanks
Isaac R. Tower
I wish to announce myself as a
candidate for the nomination for the !
office of Treasurer of Coos county, I
subject to the approval of the elec- J H E A L E S T A T E
The Woman’ s Club met on Sat
tors of the Democratic party at the
urday with Mrs, Sinclair.
primary election to be held April Property of Every Descrip
Carlton and Bret Hart were the
J. C. S immons .
pouts selected for study, and both
«S» « —■
We give the following reciepe for
were enjoyed, the half hour de a fine liquid grafting wax for the
voted to the subject o ' ourrent benefit of our readers who nre in
The undersigned hereby an -, Phone Main 3 g l— Office Lockhart &
events wns interesting and helpful. terested in fruit growing: Mix to
pounce« himeelf ns a candidate for
Next Saturday a portion of the gether one pound of resin and two
the Republican nomination for the
time will be giveu to the study of ouores of beef tallow. When slight office of County Surveyor of Coos MARSHFIELD, -
The meeting ly cooled, add Severn ounces alco- oounty, subject to the derision of
the Republiean voter» at the pri-i
will be held at tne home of
1 bol. Warm up carefully and add
Oregon Coal A Nav Co’ s ,
m«ry election on April 20,1006.
two ounces spirits of turpentine,
A. N. C ould .
Our townsman, W. L. Kistner, Keep in bottle and use with small
acting as agent, has just closed a wooden paddle.
Capt. NeUon, Mastei,
For County Judge.
deal between W. F. Disher and
Will make regular trips bet ween
I annouuce myself ns a candidate
Mrs. C. Peterson, 625 Lake St.
William Norris of near town, and
Messers Dickson, late arrival*’ from I Tol>e‘j* ' Kans. says “ Of all cough for nomination for the office of
County Judge of Coos county, sub
countv, California for i a me' ,,e8
i . » i ,™ j ™ i -1 - 1 v-aniornia, tor | Syrup is inv favorite; it has done ject to the approval of the electors
These are two of Cooa county’s
good dairy ranches and these gen
tlemen knew how to choose. For
the former they pay $10,5110 and
the latter 7500. These nre pood
people to whom we extend a hrnrtv
welcome among us.
COOS CO, MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS
The $1.00 bottle contains 2 % times the trial size, which sells for 50 cents.
Str. M. F. Plant,
3d|& D Sts., Marshfield, Ore.
Very superior Second Class.
Fare, 1st Class. $10. 2nd Class, $6.
F. 8. DOW. Agent W . C. Rose. A g t ,
The Mercy Hospital
AT N 0HTH BEND
Is now open for the recep
tion of patients. The terms
are $10 per week and
upwards. For particulars
Sisters of Mercy
NORTH REND, ORBOON
Now is the time
Simplex Hand Separators
and get them installed ready for the
The Simplex is aery simple in construction, easy
to operate, easy to dean and extremely light running
Any small BOY or GIRL can do the separating with
11 IS FULLY GUARANTEED to do as perfect separa
tion as any SEPARATOR made
It will cost you nothing to glue it a trial and once
installed it will save you time and money as well as
IF YOU SHOULD NEED A SEPARATOR let us know
and we will gladly put one in on trial.
T. H. MEHL & COMPANY