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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1906)
LOCAL N E W S .
Saratoga Chips at Robinson’.
L>. P. Strang came down from
Fish trap Monday to accompany Mrs.
Strang, who had been visiting in
Nice fresh lot of cookies just ar-
rived at Robiusou’s.
Georgo Laird, of the Tupper
House, at Bandon, returned last
Saturday from a business trip to
A tine line of waists and wrappers
at O. Wilson’s &, Co’s.
A. B. Daly, the logging machinery
man, of Marshfield, spent a couple
of days in this valley last week lock
ing after business.
Attorney C F. McK, i ht. of
Gives in bulk at Robinsou's.
Wright’s medicated uuderweurut Marsbfiild, had businti-.s at l!;e
county seat on Monduy.
Robiuson’s store has ladies’ shirt Drane’s
Sheriff Gallier went to the Bay
For a good bargain in a single
waisis from 50c to $5.00.
buggy aud harness or either, cull ut
cu business last Monday.
Mrs. Al Lily, of Norway, was
Mrs. Hen Figg has bean right ill
Look out for the largest aud
Blue Ribbon of a cold for several days.
finest stock of drygoods ever open
Go to Lorenz’s to get a phono
sohool shoes at Robinson’s.
ed in Coquille, to arrive at N.
The choicest city locations. The
The schooner Oregon arrived
Home Realty Co.
Licorice Liver Laxutive, tho best
the river last Sunday.
Price 50 cents.
Onion sets at 12£ cents per
Step in and see those new spring For sale by R. S. Knowlton, Co
pound at O. Wilson A Co’s.
suits at Robinson's.
quille City; C. Y, Lowe, Bandon.
0 o to Mrs. C. O. Gilkey’t for
Thomas Coke came o ir from
U. L. Gray, the Myrtle Poiut
returned from tbe Bay Mon
H ay F ob S ale .— A lot of fine rye
For a nice ready made wrapper day where be bad been doing some
grass hay. Henry Grady, Norway.
work in bis line.
Timber coal and farm lauds. The or waist go to O. Wilson A Co's.
W. Z. Cotton, of Fairview, had
Home Realty Co.
W. T. Kerr and Thomas Lane,
of this city, were called
O. Wilson A Co. sells nice fresh business in this city on Monday.
List your property with the Home
Luther Williams was «l uvn from
the upper river a day orso the first
of the week looking ufter his log
Dr. Wetmore bus begun tbe
erection of u hospital 32x54 feet,
two stories high on tbe old Vowell
place at the corner of Second and
W hen you purchase $ 3 0 worth
of good from us you will receive
this handsome phonograph free.
Bandon, passed !
Lest that our patrons should get
the impression that owing to the fire
in our Dressed Lumber Sheds we
could not fill orders promptly. We
wish to announce that we are pre
pared to fill all orders on reasonable
time with first-class material and at
We thank the Public for the Lib
eral patronage given us in the past
and bespeak a fair share of the com
ing season’s business.
Coquille Mill I Mercantile Co
General MeroTiandise and Lumber
O. Wilson & C o .
Will Croy reseived a letter a few
days ago from Arthur Flinn, who
recently went- to Alberta Canada,
where he likes the country very
He has not gone out to look
at the prospects for a location yet
on account of the cold weather.
Why not buy your Sahilling’s
Best from us? We carry a full line,
T'-a, Coffee, Baking Powder, Spices,
Flavoring Extracts, and sell at min
imum prices. Drane’s.
Mrs. H. W . Dunham, of this city
started for San Francisco on Mon
day where she goes to visit her
daughter, Mrs Jack Bruce, who has
been very ill for some time, but
was improving at laet accounts.
She goes by way of tbe Bay per
Mrs. Dr. Wetmore, of this city,
has received doubly bad uews from
F W. Smith, manager of tbe
her old homo at Ventura, Michigan.
It seems that a brother who bad Coos Bay salmon hatchery, was in
been ill for some time passed away town Monday. He informs us that
at Chicago, and upon the arrival of Master Fishwarden VanDuzen, who
his b'idv at home, the shock caused visited him last week, gives instruc
the death of her father. This is tions to tbe effect that tbe law
certainly very sad news for Mrs. against catching "shiners” in Coos
Wetmore who has been in rather county will be strictly enforced tbie
delicate health for some time.
The Coquille Valley Develop
ment Co., is the title of a new real
estate firm just organized in this
city which starts out with good
prospects for success.
Oddy is manager and is opening
an office in the Lorenz building
near the post office.
Mrs. D. P. Strang was down
from tbe place on Fisbtrap visiting
friends the latter part of the week.
W e carry all the best and latest
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes
Gents’ Furnishing Goods, etc.
THOSE ’WISHING TO PURCHASE
g iv e V j s CALL
NICE HOME SO YOU CAN
xi y-j * 1
ii£ CAN :,C.LL A N'lCL HOME
OR VACANT LOTS CHEAP
AND ON EASY TERMS.
WE HAVE SOME NICE FARMS
FOR SALE $1400 TO %6000
LET US SHOW YOU OUR
S t a n le y S P o w n d e r
Under New Management.
W. H. Mansell,
Best of Tunouts.
Feed and Sale
S t r ic t l y
F irst -C lass .
Hay, G rain,Feed
Opposite I. O. O. F. Hall.
Successor to J. T. Little.
All the Latest
Desiqns in Frames.
India Ink and Oil.
Kidney troubles often ends fatal
ly, but by choossng the right med-
iciue, E. H. Wolfe, of Bear Grove,
Iowa, cheated death. He Bays:
“Two years ago I had Kidney
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Trouble, which caused me great
Coquille, . Or.
suffering and anxiety, but I took
Electric Bitters, which effected a
W. T. DEM ENT,
J. M W AGN ER,
complete cure. I have also found JOHN YOAKAM ,
Sec’ y and Mang.
them of great benefit in general de
bility and nerve trouble, and keep
them constantly on hand, since, as
I find they have no equal ” R. S.
them at 50c.
Mrs. R. Pomeroy, of near Park
Successors to Dean &. Morgan.
ersburg, visited in town tho latter
part of last week. She tells us of
her brother, Dixie Dickson’s mis
He was working in a
mine in Arizona last February in
which a number of blasts hail been
placed the dav before tbe accident
one ol which failed to go, and while
PRINCIPAL PLACE op BUSINESS, COQUILLE OREGON
Mr. Dickson was near it, the remain
in g blast exploded, seriously injur
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
in g him, be having been confined to
W. T . PEM KNT
J. W . W AG N ER
the hospital most of tbo time since. JOHN YOAKAM
DO YOU WANT TO BUY A
A phonograph has become a household
necessity. They bring the latest music,
the latest songs to us. They are popular
in all homes..
Mrs. John Kronenberg, of this
W. E. Crane, th« logger of River-
city, went to Parkersburg yesterday t< n, is sick at Bandon. He was
Oscar Langlois, for a long time to see her daughter-in-law, Mrs. J. improving at last accounts.
We have completed a thorough, up-to
an assistant keeper at the Cape L. Kronenberg, who is sick.
We are in a position to offer a
Blanco light house, passed through
A b s t r a c t P lan t.
Opportunity for a short time 120 good piece of water front of 2J
town Friday en route to Cape acre ranch 30 acres bottom 40 acres acres near town; good for mill or
Arago, where he will hold a similar vacant timber adjoining, veil situ-
We are uow ready to furnish correct ABSTRACTS at short
Mrs. John Snyder, of Marshfield,
position in the light house at that sted. $1100. Horae Realty Co.
notice, and orders will receive careful and prompt attention.
went yesterday to see her mother,
The difference between "You Mrs W. W. Hayes, of Bandon, who
Marshfield office adjoins Flanagan & Bennett Bank
Robinson has a big assortment of need a biscuit,” sud "Uneeda Bis
Coquille Post Office.
ladies’ shirt waists in long and
cuit” is but 5 cents, and you can
MARSHFIELD PHONE, 143.
Those who have tried all kinds
split that difference nt any of our
COQUILLE PHONE, 191.
claim tbe Northern grown seeds the
E. Arnison, of the firm of Ami-
Phone at our expense when ordering ABSTRACTS.
best. Three papers for 10 cents at
son <fc Whittington, who have re
Mr. Baumgartner and family who Knowlton’s drug store.
TITLE GUARANTEE & ABSTRACT CO.,
cently started a shingle mill on the
R. H. Smith, Abstractor.
Henry Sengstacken, Manager.
lived on Cunningham the past
Mrs. E. C. Holland, of Marshfield,
South Fork near the old Hermann
place, had business in town lost year, moved to the Adam Persh- came over Monday to visit her
Monday. They will be ready to bnker place near Riverton the first mother, Mrs. G. R. Wickham, of
supply shingles when the roads are
We have a way of selling some
F ob S ale . — Six head of good
cow, enquire of F. L. Smith,
There will be preaching in the
new M. E. Church, South nt Fish- more and more of them each dav, Fisbtrap, Oregon, or J. C. Wilson,
P Prosper, Oregon.
trap landing next Saturday at 8 p. for instance Schilling’s Beat.
m., and Sunday at 11 a. m. by Rev. E. Drane.
C. B. Zeek, Bandon, Oregon, has
CAR HIES A COMPLETE LINE OF
T. P. Haynes. Sunday school will
How is it we are able to offer ad a full and complete stock of Cali
be organizsd at 3 p. in. All are in vantages when selling Schillings fornia grain hay of all grades from
Best? We handle it in larger quan ranch in California, together with
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Radobaugh, tities hence sell under favorable cir alfalfa hay and and Beed,
Marshfield and Coquille, Orcqoi
The place for
of Arogo, celebrated their 15th
wedding anniversary on the 25th of
March, and were the recipiants of a
great number of nice aud valuable
presents from their many friends
F rc ti
George Laird, of
through town Monday on his way
to tbe Bay where be went in the in
YOU GET A COUPON W ITH EVEVY CASH PURCHASE
terest of the’ El Mereto cigars, for
CEPT WITH SUGAR AND FLOUR
which be is agent.
Mrs. Lenbart, ot Springfield, this
state, who hat' been at Bandon for
several weeks visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Stitt, passed
tkrough town Monday on her re
turn home. She was accompanied
onion sets at 12^ cents per pound.
Large supply of fresh garden Portland last week to give testi by her sister, Miss Blanch Stitt,
mony in the land fraud cases now who will remain with her for two
J. O. Stender, of Dors, spent two seeds at Knowlton’s drug store
If you wish to be honorably dealt on in that city.
or three months.
or three days in town the last of
with, list with the Home Realty Co.
\V. P. Fuller’s prepared Paints, Oils
and Varnishes at J. A. Lamb A Co.
D ied . — Near Parkersburg, March
29, 190(1, Cecil Doyle, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Doyle, aged three
Farmers institute at this city on
A suitable reward will be paid
months and two days.
the finder of a large leather pocket- April 17th. All should turn out.
New spring line negligee and golf book belonging to Walter Sinclair.
The Home Realty Co., has the
. shirts just opened up nt Robiuson’s.
List your property with
Mrs. Chas. Gillardi, of Parkers
W. M. Herald, our late arrival burg, was in town doing some shop them.
from Missouri, having made his ping on Monday.
Thomas Wilson, of Myrtle Point,
brother-in-law, J. R. Osborne, a
New Ginghams, Dimities, Voiles, returned from a visit to the Bay
visit, has moved to town and now Pongee Brilliants and Percales at yesterday.
holds a position in the mill.
os Sv.t. — k i n
lot White Nile
Gasene soap at Drane’s. The
Going at cost. L. H. Pearce, of PeaB at 2Je per pouod. Glenn Col
best on the market for the prices Myrtle Point, will close out bis lier, Coquille.
stock of Seal Rock water-proof
Roy Fox, o f this city, returned
W. F. Dishcr is being spoken of clothing at cost.
Saturday from a brief visit at Port
an a candidate for representative on
Wm. Kay, of Riverton, was up land.
the Republican ticket.
Many of this way on Monday lookiug for a
F or S ale .— A Durham bull, five
our good people would like to vote good horse for sale.
old; price $30.
for Mr. Disher.
Atto.reys Hall and Swanton, of f. B. Sweet, Lampa.
Buy your garden seeds at Knowl- Marshfield, came over by Monday’s
BORN— Near Prosper, March 26,
ton’s drug store and get the very train and transacted business at th6
1906, to Mr. aud Mrs. Wm. F.
Howell, Jr., a son.
Mrs. McFarland, of Marshfield,
Mrs. Allen Dodge and Mrs. Lou
A tract of Re 1 Cedar timber out
came over by Monday’s train and
Baker, of Myrtle Point, went to lay for shingle mill. The Home
proceeded to Parkersbu-g the same
Marshfield Thursday and returned Realty Co.
day. On Tuesday she returned to
The schooners C. T. Hill and
the Bay accompanied by Mrs. Wm.
Candlin of this city,
Robinson’s store has a big line San Buena Ventura sailed from
The world’s best soda cracker, of ladies’ Bhirt waisis, muslin under Bandon yesterday.
Three papers of the very best
Uneeda Biscuit, at every store in wear, corset covers, dress skirts
□ ortb grown seeds for 10 cents at
Knowlton's drug store.
F. M. Stewart, tbe tombstone
John Aasen, of the firm of Aasen
Mrs, Edw. Boyd, of this city, re
Bros., who conduct a logging camp
turned from a visit to the Bay on A BSTRACTS
on Rinck creek, started for Portland Point yesterday, and will be in town
on Thursday for the purpose of get in a day or so.
Fine, thoroughbred Brown Leg
ting a lot of new rails for their track,
F ob S ale .— Eighty-five acres, all
and other equipments for their dear, house, barn and outbuild horn eggs for setting at J. C. Wat
Good for dairy purposes son’s. Per setting $1.00; $5 per
Apply to C. A. Peterson, Riverton. 100 .
Draue keeps the celebrated Cahn-
P h o n o g ra p h
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349 First Street
Wilson Jewelry Co.
ENTERPRISE MEAT CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard,
Ham and Bacon.
WatchmaHers ai)d Engravers
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