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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (May 30, 1906)
L. H. Pittock, proprietor of the Im m ediate
Today is Decoration Day.
There is to be a big dance at Ar-
Purity crackers at the Mill store. Portland Oregonian, was atnotg
ago on|Saturday night.
the Portland visitors to attend the
Full cream cheeae at Robinaon’a
B. F. Smith was up from the
W. 8. Mack was up from Parkers,
Farmers’ and Shippers’ cougresi
Sun Francisco, Ma'. 24--Harr.man
V Wright's medicated uoderwearat lower liver on Monday.
burg oo Monday.
at North Bend, and in company gave orders by wire yesterday to
M. D. Cutlip, of Cooa river, came
Ladies’ neck wear and luces at with F. W. Leadbetter, Jefferson Portland and San Francisco officials
Prof. L. R. Edmunds was in over from Marshfield on Mouday O. Wilson & Co’s.
Myers, Frank Baker and Tifft, to construct immediately the road
town on Monday.
J. F. Hall, Democratic nominee
Jud Mills, the machinist and on- visited the Coquille valley onThurs- eighty miles in length from Drain,
Timber ooal and farm lands. The for CouDty Judge, went to Randon gineer, was in town on Monday.
on the Mt. Shasta route in Oregon,
Home Realty Co.
by Sunday’s Dispatch.
Big Republican rally in to*n last
W anted . -G entlem an
or lady South-Westerly to Marshfield.
The steamers Elizabeth and Chico
Step in and see those new spring evening. Col. Hofer, of Salem was
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g ood reference, to travel by
arrived at Bandon on Friday.
suits at Robinson's.
The Closing of Our Schools
rail or with a rig, for a firm of $250,-
The steamer Chico sailed for San
L. D. Pittvjohn, representing
The schooner C. T Hill sailed i 000 capital.
Francisco from Bandon on Sunday. Mason, Ehrman A Go., of Portland, from Bandon for San Francisco on ( per year and expen8eg; w |lr}1 paid
Our school closed last week after
Albert Bright, the logging man, was over from Marshfield on Mon
an exceedingly well-regulated and
j w«ekly and expenses
was down from Oravel Ford on day.
progressive term of nine months,
Dr. Wetmore was summoned to Address, with stamp, Jos. A. Alex-
the tutorship of Prof. J
M r. and MrsJ. A. Yoakam, of Norway the 28th to attend M rs.; under. Coquille City, Ore.
Percy Wells, Miss Ellen N. Baamis,
Miss Floreuce Rosa, of Bandon, this city, started for C*l., Saturday. Young, who was taken suddenly ill.
Miss Lucy Newland, Miss Grace
visited Mrs. D. J. Lowe, of this oitv, Mr. Y. has a good position offered
Miss Maude Miller who was at
Dudley, Mrs. T. Wootteu, Miss Inez
him and may locate.
home taking a few days’ needed and cutting winges of the tempera- Lusk, Mrs. J. A. Yoakam, and Miss
The choicest oity locations. The
D ied . — In Ooquille, Oregon, May
rest, has again resumed her duties ture, scauty clothing, undue expos- Fanny Getty.
Home Realty Co.
28, 1906, William W. Tennisson,
sure of the throat and neck after was given Friday at which a small
at the City hospital.
R. R. Pownder returned last week aged 23 years, 2 months and 5 days,
public speaking, and singing, brings
admission was charged which raised
Try the After Dinner Mint for coughs and colds.
from his visit with relatives and after a long and tedious illness.
indigestion. At Drane’s.
Ballard’s Horehound Syrup is a fund with which to defray the
friends at Eugene.
Mrs. W. C. Rose, of Willanch
An operation for hernia was per the best cure, Mrs. A. Barr, Hous expenses of the other exercises. On
Ladies’ summer dress skirts at slough, is over this wny to see her
ton, Tex. writes, Jan. 31, “ 1902:
yesterday at the Hossfall One bottle of Ballard’s Horehound Saturday evening the 8th grade
daughter, Mrs, John Yoakam, who
graduating exercises took place
hospital on Arthur Estberg, son of j Syrup cured m eofavey bad cough.
T. T. Land, of this city, started has been quite ill for some time.
the gentleman who is developing It it vered pleasant to take.— Sold which was attended by about all
last week for Klamath Falls accom
Royal Chinook Shoes at J. W.
who could find room in the hall.
Salmon mountain mines.—Coast by R. S. Knowlton.
panied by George Laingor, of Myr Leneve’s. None better.
exercises were highly appre
There is to be a cripples' conven
Why not buy your Schilling’s ciated by all attending, being par
For first-class watch repairing to tion in this city at 3 o ’clock next
Muslin underwear for ladies and Best from us? We carry a full line, ticipated in by most of tbe grad
Tea, Coffee, Baking Powder, Spices,
at Mrs. Perrott’s.
to W. H. Scbroeder’s.
week. All persons wishing to at
Flavoring Extracts, and sell at min uates. There were sixteen in the
Program, icecream, cake and cof- tend will submit their credentials to
class, all of whom their parents,
Reports from “ Round H ill” straw- imum prices. Drane’ s.
feu at the Woodman hall Thursday J. K. Scott.
I teacher and friends are very proud.
bertpr farm, has met with a heavy
evening. Cream, cake and coffee
Chick Feed is the proper thing loss of berries on account of the AM smart up-to-date women of today, Too much praise cannot be given
. . . .
Know how to bake, wash, sing and play,
for the young chickens. Knowlton continued
15c, balance free
to Miss Beamis, the teacher, for
rainy weather, but they W ithout these talents a wife is N. li.
she takes Rocky Mountain Tea. her untiring efforts in behalf of the
Beautiful black Sateen under
. . . . . .
R. 8. KnowltoD.
Mrs. Lily Gurren who has been again
class and for the splendidly ar
in the near future.
skirts at Mrs. Perrott’s.
The difference between “ You
here visiting her father, Uncle Jack
For a nice ready made wrapper need a biscuit," and “ Uneeda Bis- ranged program.
Rev. Brownrigg, the Christian
Wilson, who has been ill for some or waist go to O. Wilson k Co s.
On Monday evening the High
j cud” js but 5 cents, and you can
minister of Myrtle Point, will fill the
weeks, started for her home at Ab
gave their graduating exer
L. H. Hazard, J. S. Lawrence, M. 8Pht that difference at any of our
pulpit at the Christian church in
erdeen, Washington, on Satur
the Hall was again filled
H. Horsey and Mayor Stanley, rep
this city next Sunday.
to its utmost seating capacity. The
Wild West Shoes for Western
W anted . — Cook
program was well rendered and
Mrs. Nosler’s Locals.
J. S. Lawrence, the Rebekahs, have
boys at J. W. Leneve’s store.
keeper in small family.
appreciated by all. This is
Just received—a fine new line in
returned from attendance at the
Elton Tyrrell, of this oity, has
the H erald office.
cluding all the latest spring and the first High School graduation
gone to Humboldt county, Califrnia,
summer dress goods for ladies. All in our school. The class consisted
D ied .—At Coaledo, May 25, 1906,
to visit his aged mother. Mrs.
O. Wilson & Co. has jnst received gee them,
of five members as follows: Esther
Murthemir Moriarity, aged 18 years. a fine line of ladies’ neckwear and
Tyrrell expects to go soon.
Ladies’ muslin underwear in all Johuson, Celia Webb, Emma Sher
The funeral took place at Marsh laces.
After-Dinner Mint, for indiges
wood, Kennett Lawrence and Reta
field on Sunday at 3:30 p. m., Rev.
Miss Lena Fairman of this place,
Everythiug pretty in embroideries
tion. Drane keeps it.
Johnson. The Hall was very taste
Father Donnelly conducting the
who went to Portland last Septem and laces—the daintiest you ever
T. F. Lewis, of Parkersburg, the services.
fully decorated and Hon. B. F.
ber to enter the North Pacific Sani- saw.
machinist Rod engineer, started for
president of the Ashland
Nonda Andersen was up from tariun as a nurse, came home Wed
See the pretty hosiery; the latest
Alaska last Saturday where a good
School was present
his camp the last of the week and nesday for a visit with her parents
job on a steamer awaits him.
Just received—Organdies, India and made a grand talk to these
informed us that he put in an aver and ether members of tbe family.
linens, silks, and anything pretty young people which was highly ap-
Those fine dress ginghams are age of 80,000 feet of logs per day
Her many friends were pleased to that you want.
pi dated by the largh audience.
going fast at Robinsons.
during last week. We understand see her.
Another swell line of infants’ School Director R. S. Knowlon pre
Jonathan Quick, of this city, re that this is a record breaker for the
Fresh supply crackers in one or hats, hoods and dresses.
sent. d the diplomas on both occa
turned last Wednesday from a visit county.
three pound cartoons, one eighth
Beautiful underwear and ready
sions. Flowers without stint were
dnriog the winter at different points
Capt. Heuckendorff, the ship wood boxes or bulk at Robinson’s. made shirt waists.
in evidence both evenings as an
in Oregon, Washington and Idaho. builder, who has in course of con
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Burns, of this
evidence of the appr6ciatiou of their
Blue Ribbon struction a fine large gasoline city, went to Marshfield the middle
efforts by their many friends.
schooner at his yard at Prosper, of last week and on Thursday Mrs.
school shoes at Robinson's.
1M R & iä ä w tM
A considerable quantity of house was in town on Saturday. He tells Burns underwent an operation at
C hildreu’s sailor bats at Mrs
hold furniture, marked to Mrs Cha«. us that his vessel be ready for the the Geneal Hospital, and was for a
Wigant, lie on our dock and has water by July first.
while in a very critical condition,
been there for two or three weeks
F or S ale .— One fine yoke of work but at last accounts was doing ex
Some o f the Bargains we have
exposed to the weather.
¡oxen. Price $80 or will trade for ceedingly well.
The schooner Oregon arrived from i cows. Nelson Jones.
R. B. Henry, a former resident of
Coquille should celebrate the 4th this county, but now of Portland,
San Francisco at Bandon on Friday
e A A One 9 room house and 3 lots
,P tM ' U fine location.
We are cen came down last week in the in
Mr. and Mrs. N. Plyler w4lo have of July. Why not?
Good 5 room house, 2 lots
spent the last year or so on the
on the corner beet location
We have good base ball of that city, wholesalers in heavy
Bleale place at the foot-hills op baud.
in town, 2 blocks from school
We have a good groye hardware, wire rope, etc. Mr. Henry
posite town, mo»ed over to the city grounds.
A snap 2 acres, good double
last week, and now occupy the Sim for picnic. We have a good opera also took in the Farmers’ and Ship
bouse, barn and out build
pers’ Congress at North Bend.
mons residence, near the Christian
ings,orchard, within 3 blocks
brate by all means. Whv not?
Drane keeps the celebrated Cahn-
of the business part of town
Besides a full stock of grass Nicbolsberg shoes. The place for
Purity crackers, fresh stock, at
A 42 acre ranch on the low
seeds, Knowlton has the best veri bargains.
For sale at Robinson’s »Store
er river about 30 acres bot
the Coquille Mill & Mercantile Co’s. ties of Corn, Beets and Carrots.
tom balance bench, 7 room
J. P. Jacobson, father of our
J. K. Scott who had the misfor
Mrs. Jack Bruce, nee Hattie Dun townsman, J. N. Jacobson, on Fri
house, barn, out buildings,
Terrific Race With Death
tune to saw off the two first -fingers ham, who was at San Francisco
7 head of cows, separator
day evening bad the misfortune to
“ Death was fast approaching,”
of bis left hand at the Clayton mill during the quake in a hospital and
and farming tools. Home
fracture two of his ribs on tbe left writes Ralph F- Fornandez, of Tam
market for everything pro
below Bandon two or three weeks who returned to the home of her
side in attempting to cross his state pa, Fla., described his .fearful race
duced on the ranch.
ago, has been in town several days parents at this place three weets
room on board the steamer on his with death, “ as a result of liver
If you don’t see what you want
keeping company with the many ago, is still in failing health, not
way from Eureka, California, to toruble and heart disease, which here call at the office and examine
criples in this city.
having improved at all since her ar Coos Bay.
The injured members interst in life. I had tried many our list which is to large to enumer
A big assortment of novelties in rival here. Her husband went to
were dressed by Dr. Wetmore, and different doctors and several med ate here.
ladies’ neckwear and those large Portland bv the last Alliance and
at this writing he is as comfortable icines, but got no benefit, until I
shell hair pins at Robinson’s.
will be telegraphed for at hie arrival as could be expected, taking into began to ust Electric Bitters. 8o
A. H. Nicols, the creamery man at that city.
consideration his age, and that but wonderful was their effect, that in
three days I felt like a new man,
wbo was here and assisted in the
This is the time of year that the a short time ago he suffered frac today I am cured of all my troub
installing of the Myrtle Grove best results are obtained by using ture of several ribs on the other les.” Guaranteed at R. 8. K now l-
creamery and ice plant, who has Stock Ford. Knowlton has a large side.
tons drug store; price 50c.
supply of all different kinds.
been at Marshfield the past yoar or
Good pasture for stock, on Marsh
Chas. V. G. Gallows), of McMinn.
so, started for Dayton, this state,
field road one mile from town. In
with bis family by the last Alliance. ville, Oregon, Democratic nominee quire of Allen McLeod.
for representative in congress from
O. Wilson & Co. will receive this
Departures north by Alliance May
the first district, visited Coos county
week a full line of spring dress
last week, making speeches at sev 26: M tb H B Messinger, Mrs G M
goods. Look out for them,
eral o f our prineipal'towns, and tak Willis, James T Barnes, wife and
Owing to the fact that liquor is ing in the Farmers’ and Shippers’ baby, J A Poland, Bert Miller, J H
reaching the city of San Francisco, Congress at North Bend during hie Miller, J H McKinnon, J F Steward,
C O Q U IL L E .
from Oakland, together with many trip. Mr. Galloway is a very pleas- L K Moore, J W Hanning, Mrs R
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drunks, the finance ooramittee offers •nt young gentleman and made E Peasley, W C Cassell, W L
LOCAL N E W S .
ÄSrcom 3 sae£&
A Positive Necessity.
NOTICE OF A D M IN i.i't'K niU ...
Having to lay upon my bed for
! 4 days from a severly bruised leg,
1 otdy found relief when I used a
bottle of Ballard’s Snow Liniment.
I cun cheerfully recommend it as
the best medicine ever sent .to the
afflicted. It has now become a pos
itive necessity upon myself.
1). R. Byrnes, Merchant, Dovers-
ville, Texas. 25c and $1.00 sold by
R. S. Knowlton.
Notice is hereby given that tbe un
dersigned was by the County Court of
Coos County, Oregon, on t he 15th iay
of May 1900, duly appointed the admin
istrator of the estate of John \V Wood,
deceased, late of Baid county, and that
all persons having claims uyr.iiot said
in Coos County, Oregon, within six
months from the date of this notice.
Dated this 22ml day of May, 1906.
W . J. LLCHTY
Administrator of the Estate of John VV.
Iutending buyers of lumber, or I
Anything in the general merchan-,
diso line as for that matter, should j The leather in the Beattie L og
ger's shoe is the best imported
remember that the Coquille Mill
French Kip, guaranteed to give
and Mercantile Co. can supolv the > satisfaction. Call and examine tin m
same at lowest going prices.
at Robinson’s store.
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Marshfield and Coquille, Oreqon.
We have completed a thorough, up-to-date
A b s tr a c t
freshest meats of all kinds at lowest
Mrs. Erla Oarlock of the San
prices. Dean A Ho berg, Prop’rs. Jose conservatory wishes to an
Miss Irene Lamb wbo has just nounce that she is permanently lo
graduated from the Conservatory of cated in this valley, and will receive
Music o f Columbia College, Milton, pupils in Piano and Organ at regu.
and who possesses diplomas for lar rates. Mrs. Carlock is an exper
both piano and mandolin, is now ienced teacher and uses the most
prepared to receive pupils for modern methods of instruction
either piano or mandolin.
Miss that her ability is being recognised
Lamb is a thorough musician and is evidenced by her large and
pupils entrusted to her care wffl re growing claef. For particulars call
ceive careful a ad up-to-date instruc- at tbe residence of W. E. Cleghorn,
Munro, Miss May Munro, Miss Lily
Munro, Miss Jessie Munro, Miss
W . T . DEM ENT,
J. M W A G N E R.
Dora Munro, F A Whitaker, J F JOHN Y O A K A M ,
Sec’ y and Mang.
Guiss, H J Ritter, J E Davis, C M
Heyskall, Mrs W 8- Mott, Mrs J T
Stockton, S Mains, A H Nicole, R
W Basse, Mrs J M Blake, Arthur
P Tifft, W C McRea, L F Everson,
C F Lansing, E Eyssell, J P Cas
Successors to Dean & Morgan.
sidy, F E Armitatead, E H Rickett,
J M Wells, L K Page, G W Miller
H B Messinger, L Homan, H Olsen,
B W Ulig, C R Nealig, J 8 Stock-
ton, F M Derby, W F Squires, A B
Daly, j w Fitzhugh, H W Evans,
y B Klahn and wife, R Norton, A B
PKIHClPflL PLACE Op BUSINESS, COQUILL
Marshfield office adjoins Flanagan & Bennett Bank
Coquille Post Office.
MARSHFIELD PHONE, 143.
COQUILLE PHONE, 191.
Phone at our expense when ordering ABSTRACTS.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
J. W . W A G N E R
Henry Sengstacken, Manager.
Buy your Watches of us.
W H Y NOT?
20 Years’ E xperience.
W ilson Jewelry Co.
Less 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 M ill g M ercantile Co
G e n e ra l MeroTisinclise a n d L\xnat>©r
O. W ilson & C o .
CARRIES A GOMPLETE LINE OF
THOSE WISHING TO PURCHASE
GIVE VS C A L L
Under New Management.
Opposite I. O. O. F. Hall
W. T. DEMBNT
TITLE GUARANTEE & ABSTRACT CO.,
R. H. Smith, Abstractor.
Wholesale and Retail Defi ne* in
Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard
Feed and Sale
Ham and Bacon.
tion at the usual prices.
Pupils Coquille; Myrtle Point Hotel, Myr- anythin*g yon ¿eed*****
in * dry
will please call at the residence of tie Point, or address at n Coquille
: „hoes or groceries. The prices are |
J. J. Lamb, Coquille, Oregon.
'JO H N YOAKAM
P lan t.
We are now ready to furnish correct ABSTRACTS at short
notice, and orders will receive careful and prompt attention.
'T A I L O R
to contribute $50,000 to the Oakland many friends in this section.
relief fund, providing the city coun.
You’are guaranteed both quality
cil closes the saloons there for 30 and price and courteous treatment
at the new People's Market, south
Try the new People’s Market, two of postoffice. Freshest mests of ev
doors south of poatoffice, for tbe ery description.
SLAC t 1 E
estate, are hereby required to piesent
them to me, duly verified, i«t tiie office
of Sperry A Chase, in Coquille, Oregon,
W. H. M a n .v -q ^
Best of Tunouts.
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