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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (June 6, 1906)
N orw a y Item s.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 0, 1906,
All the Lutest
Designs in Frames.
India Ink and OH.
U. S. soldiers who sei ved in Cuba
Mrs. N. W. lo u n g was quite ill
William W. Tennison, son of T.
during the Spanish war know what
last week, but is improving now.
L. and M. A. Tennison, was born , this disease is. and that ordinary
Mrs. P. 8. Robison is still quite near Coquille City, Coos county, remedies have little more effect
poorly, having taken a relapse. Oregon, March 23, 1883, and died than so much water. Cubau diar-
She is improving again, now how at his father’s home in Coquille rlioe is almost as severe and dan- i
City, May 28, 1906, aged 23 years, Herons as a mild attack of cholera. | Present Address
There is one remedy, however that L ock Box 212
349 First Stsvet
Birdie Randleman, employed in 2 months and 5 days.
can always he depended upon as Coquille, . Or.
the Myrtle Point cheese factory,
Willie was a good boy. Ho lived will he seenhy the following certifi
visited his parents in Norway over an innocent life and was loved by cate from Mrs. Minnie Jacobs of
all who knew him. He was a faith Houston, Texas: I hereby certify
Mrs. John Morgan, of Empire, ful attendant at church, and was a that Chuniberlain’s Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy cured my
came over Wednesday to visit her strong believer in the Bible as far
husband of a severe attack of Cuban
sister, Mrs. Ellen Peterson, and her j as he could comprehend it. He diarrhoea, which he brought home
many friends in this neighborhood, was a sufferer for some time with , from Cuba. We had several doc-
which was formerly her home.
! luug trouble but bore it all patient j tors but they did him no goo 1 .
Mrs. Smith arrived Friday from ly, and when the end came he was One bottle of this Remedy cured
| him, as our neighbors will testify.
Newburg to visit her husband who ready to go, and some of his last
I thank God for so valuable a med
is employed as cheese maker in tbe words were, “ Peace Has come," icine.” For sale by R. S. Knowl
J- 6- Fish
MANUFACTURERS of Butter Boxes, Cubes, Apple nnd Fruit x>oxes
which expresses to us the grand re ton.
Cabinets, Tables, Counters, Store Fronts, etc.
The Arago school postponed their lation he sustained to God.
Full stock of A. A. Cutter shoes
Turning Work a Specialty.
All Orders given
graduation exercises until June 30, evident the atonement of Jesus Lorenz’s.
in order that Supt Bunch can be brought this blessiug to him, his
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
body fell asieep in Jesus, his soul
M e a ls at a ll Hours
Department of the Interior, Land Oltice Pirat C lass
Mrs- M. L. Randlemau visited has gone to be with God and the
at Rosuburg, Oregon, May 12, 1900.
Prom 5 e m to 9 P M .
frieuds on Bear creek last week.
angels, which is far better than to
Notice is hereby g iv e j that the fol
lowing-named settler lias tiled notice of
||J. W. Clinton and son, E. O., be in this world.
his intention to make final proof in sup
came up from tbe camp to spend
Willie will be missed greatly by port of his claim, and that said proof
election day in Norway.
the members of the family and will he made before the County Clerk
| and Clerk of County Court of Coos
Mrs. P. YV. Laird, of Johnson’s frieuds. He leaves a father, T. L. County, at his office at Coquille, Oregon
M R S . C. O. G IL K E Y , P o p rietore a a
mill, came up to observe Memorial Tennison, and mother, M. A. Tenui- ou July 20th, 1906, viz: William A. R eason able R ate to
S p eolal Atten tion O lse n
Custer, Homestead Application No. 13,-
day with her family, S. J. McClos- sou, three brothers, Thomas, Mack 570 for the SWL 4 of Section 21, Tp 28
t C om m ercial P ao 1 5
and Archie, two sisters, Pearl Good South, Range 13 W e 6 t, YV. M.
key and family.
He names the lollowing witnesses to
They prove his continuous residence upon,
The dance given in Arago Hall man and Ealie Tennison.
and cultivation ol, said land, viz: prank
Saturday night was well attended were all at his bed side when death N. Miller, Ithamer S. Robison and Ca
DR. W E T M O R E ’S
leb T. Robison, all of Arago, Oregon,
and a fine time in general was bad.
and H. N. Tyrell of Coquille, Oregon.
T kixie T rice .
B enjamin L. E ddy ,
for there is a home where all will
W a n te d : By Chicago wholesale meet, if faithful, to part no more.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR.
May the Lord bless aud comfort
and mail order house, assistant man
Notice is hereby given that the un
ager (man or woman) for this coun
dersigned was by the County Court of
ty and adjoining territory.
Salary them all to praise God in heaven. Coos County, Oregon, on the 15th day
/ am prepared to treat all
The funeral services were held in of May 1900, duly appointed the admin
$20 and expenses paid weekly; ex
istrator of the estate of John W . Wood,
Medical and Surgical Cases.
pense money advanced.
Work the M. E. church, South, conducted deceased, late of said county, and that
all persons having claims against said
pleasaut; position permanent. No
estate, are hereby required to present
investment or experience required remains were laid to rest in the them to me, duly verified, at the office
Sperry & Chase, in Coquille, Oregon,
S p c e ia l f? a t« a m a d « fo * A « « o u « h « *
Spare time valuable. Write at once Masonic cemetery, to await the final in Coos County, Oregon, within six
m «n t.
for particulars and enclose self-ad
Dated this 22nd day of May, 1906.
dressed envelope. Superintendent,
FR AM E
The E lection .
Tbe election is over and while we
have not yet gotten the complete
returns, we have figures at hand
which justify us in saying that the
following are elected:
Representative, W. C. Chase.
Joint Representative, Ad Rack-
Judge, J. T. Hall.
Clerk, James Watson.
Sheriff, very olose.
Treasurer, J. B. Dulley.
Coroner, E Mingus.
Coquille Justice Diet.
Justice of the Peace, E. Q. D.
Constable, J. E- Perrott.
From the best information ob
tainable, Sheriff, Commissioner and
Surveyor are so close that tbe
official count will be required to
settle the matter, while the indica
tions are that Equal Suffrage is
ahead, while prohibition is lost.
and BOX FACTORY
Jos. O. Coyan, state organizer
for the Woodman of the World, who
two years ago assisted F. B. Tiob-
enor conduct a Woodman cam
paign in Coos county, is heie again
in the interest of that order and we
hope to be able to report a grand
log rolling in the near future. He
went to Myrtle Point Monday.
C oq u ille-M yrtle
P oin t
S h oot
Lone Star Restaurant
Following is the result of the
shoot of the Coquille and Myrtle
Point gun clubs which took place
the Point on Saturday:
One of the biggest schemes for
advertising Oregon has been under
Bridges, J. T ................................ ...... 32
taken in Portland by Philip S. Bates
Johnson, John .............................. ...... 39
publisher of Oregon's great ag
ricultural monthly the Pacific Fisk, Wm ............................................
Leap, K . A ....................................... .......... 33
The proposition is
Endicott, S ......................................... ........42
nothing less than the taking of 33
Lehmanowsky, B. C ........... .......38
young ladies, one each county of
Dixon, Tom............................ .......36
the state to the Jamestown Exposi
Kribs, H. S........................... ...... 35
tion which will open May 15th at
McCloskey, W. T ......................... .......... 40
Jamestown, Virginia. The Exposi
tion is to commemorate the first set-
tlement of the English in tbe United
States which took place in 1907
Sherwood, S. 8 ............................... .......... 39
This historical event in the history
Johnsouson, I ................................. .......... 43
of our oountry is one which gives
Mehl, Tom .............................. ........ ......... 36
opportunity for a wonderful ex
132 Lake S t Chicago, 111.
List your property with the Home
Lamb, J. A ......................................... .......... 24
ploitation of the great strides which
Rose, W. C ....................................... ........ 34
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Price, who
have taken place in the past 300
Mrs. Jas. Wall returned yesterday
Collier, B. F ........................................
have lived at Riverton for several
years and the Jamestown Exposi
Slagle, F. S ....................................... .......... 37 years past, conducting a mercantile from a visit in Portland with her
tion, from an educational stand
Sherwood, A. J ................................ ........ 38 business, passed through town Wed parents.—Coast Mail.
point, will no doubt prove an encep
u u m io u u , Akuoo.............................................. * \
The difference between “ You
nesday ou their way back to their
tional undertaking along these lines,
need a biscuit,” and “ Uneeda Bis
old home in Iowa.
One farmers’ daughthr from each
cuit” is but 5 cents, and you can
county in Oregon will bo taken by
R. B. Henry, represeuting S. B. split that difference at any of our
Mr. Bates. She will carry a large
Hicks & Sons Co., of Portland, stores.
amount of literature for general
whom we mentioned last week, is
Deep tearing or wrenching pains,
distribution along the lines of travel occasioned by getting wet through; now delivering heavy yarding dou
A dose of Ballard’s Horrhound
which it is elected our Boards of worse when at rest, or on first mov keys to George Herman, also one
Trade will furnish.
ing the limbs and in cold or damp each to Seeley <k Thomas, the Cody Syrup will relieye it. Have you a
The method of choosing our candi weather, is cured quickly by Bal Lumber Co., C. C. Carter aud the
Try it for whooping cough, for
date rests wholly with the farmers’
Coos Bay Coal <fc Lumber Co. asthma, for consumption, for bron
Oleson Gibson City, 111. writes,
These machines are of tne “ Tacoma” chitis. Mrs. Joe McGrath, 327 E.
daughters of our county. They are Feb. 16,1902:
all entitled to compete for the hon
A year ago I was troubled with type and are fine machines as nil Streee Hutchinson, Kans. writes;
or. It is a simple proposition de a pain in my back. It soon got so loggers of the coast can testify. “ I have used Ballard’s Horehound
One He is also taking large orders for Syrup in my family for 5 yeurs.
pending on the number of subscrip bad I could not bend aver.
bottle of Ballard’s Snow Liniment
tions- sent in by the candidates.
“ Yellow Stran Power Steel” line and find it the most palatable med
cured me.” Sold by R. S. Knowl-
icine I ever need. For sale by R.
The cost of the paper is 50 cents a
and English Plow Steel line, and g. Knowlton.
a complete line of loggers’ tools.
year and from our knowledge is
fully worth a dollar. All expenses
He has orders for three more en
Start Bridge ou P o n y Inlet.
N o tice .
will be paid and the estimated cost
gines which are to be delivered in
Walter Spade moved his pile
To the officers and members of 90 days.
of the trip is over $10,000. It will
driver to Pony inlet this morning
prove a wonderful advertisement the Rebekah lodge: We wish all
There is no need worrying along
members to be present at our next
and began work on the bridge that
for us and we trust his efforts to
meeting, which will be on the 13th in discomfort because ofa diordered
will cross from Virginia street west.
make Oregon better known through of this month, to hear what our
dyspepsia, i r and
it , . will The bridge with the approaches
out the United States will receive l representative
e p ie D u u n a ii
in u u
U U Lt;
° 1 noto" Y d'B.est» will be ft thousand feet long and a
the support of every one in our has to sav, also to elect officers for Icl" f° r * ou' tKodJ
the ensuing term.
what -v ? u ent nnd Klves that tired sixty foot span high enough to ad
stomach a needed rest, but is a
C o m m it t e e .
¡corrective of the greatest efficiency. mit the passege of log rafts and gas
R. R. Robinson, who is a large
! Kodol relieves indigestion, dyspep oline boats at high tide. — A d v e r
Cures Old Sores
¡ sia, palpitatimi of the heart, flatu tiser.
cheese dealer in Tillamook and Coos
Westmoreland, Kans. May
lence, and sour stomach.
counties, has been quietly collecting
1902: Ballard«, Snow Liniment Co will make your stomach young ami
Th<t Toed Feeling.
evidence relnting to some malicious Your Snow Liniment cured an old j healthy again.
You will worry-
rumors that have been set afloat by sore on the side of my chin that was ¡just in the proportion that your
If you arc languid, depressed, in
Worry capable for work, it. indicates that
interested parties concerning bis supposed to be a cancer. The sore | stomach worries you.
business standing for the purpose was stubborn and would not yield means the loss of ability to do your liver is out of order. Herbine
will assist nature to throw of head
of injuring him and giving his pa to treatment, until I tried Snow ‘ your best. Worry is to be avoided aches rheumatism and ailments
Liniment, which did the work i n s t a l l times.. Kodol will take the
trons a false impression. Mr. Rob short order. My sister, Mrs. Sophia | worry out of vour stomach.
Sold "kin to nervousness and restore the
inson is well known in Tillamook J. Carson Allensville, Miffin Co. Pa. by R. S. Knowlton.
energies and vitality of sound and
J. .J, Hubbard
where the factory men are dealing has a sore and mistrusts that it is j
“ I have
with him in thousands of dollars
used Herbine lor tho pnbt two years.
bottle. For sale by R. S. Knowl- j
worth of cheeso evory week, and ton.
Steamer Elizabeth arrived May It has done me more good than all
where these rumorB cannot do him
the doctors. It is the best medicine
sailed May 28th. Outgoing ever made for chills and ffever.” 50c
any injury. But he is reaching out
Mrs. Nosler’s Locals.
passengers: Elbert Dver, H Hughes,
For sale by R. 8. Knowlton.
for more business where he is not as
- «$» «
Just received -a fine new line in-1 D s Hutching, A Hornhogen, Theo
well known, and the stories being eluding all the latest spring and , ..
circulated are intended to injure him summer dress goods for ladies. AU Bradley; cargo, 250 M lumber, 40
tons miscellaneous produce.
Notice is hereby given “ that all
in these localities, Mr. Robinson is see them,
Steamer Chico, to Aberdeen mill, Coos county warrants” drawn on the
is now in a position to make it ex-
arrived May 25th; sailed May 27th. General Road Funds prior to June
treamly interesting for one or two kinds.
Outgoing cargo, 225 M lumber,
1st 1906 will be paid on presenta
parties (they do not reside in Coos
and laces—the daintiest you ever
Both steamers are due back Mon- tion at my Office in Coquille Oregon.
county) and does not intend to do
day, June 4th.
No interest will be allowed on any
any bluffing, but will strike home to
See the pretty hosiery; the latest
Sobooner C. T. Hill arrived May of these warrants that have been
the right spot. In the meantime
_ _. 27th, for P. M. Co. Schooner Liz- endorsed after June 1st 1906.
the milk men will get their checks ‘ Just
zie Prien arrived May 28th for P.
J. B. D ulley ,
on time every mont. Following is linens, silks, and anything pretty
Treasurer of Coos County, Oregon.
a list of factory men, of Tillamook
Another swell line of infants’
Dated May 28, 1906.
county, who may be referred to
Sprained Ankle, Stiff Neck. Lame
hats, hoods nnd dresses.
personally: B O Snuffer, Tilla
Just What Everyone Should Do.
Beautiful underwear and ready-
mook; Valley ( ’ ream Co, Tillamook;
made shirt waists.
These arc three common ailments
J. T. Barber of Irwinville,
John Pennock, Hebo; A W Bunn,
■— ■ — — — ■ • • ----- ------- —
for which Chamberlain’g Pain | Ga., always keeps a liottle of Cham
found a Cure For Dyspepsia
Beaver, 2 factories; Jas Atkinson,
Balm is especially valuable.
If j bemlierlain’s Colic, Cholera and I
Sand Lake; W I) Oladwill, Beaver;
at . hand
Mrs 8. Lindsay, of Fort William, promptly applied it will save you j Diarrhoea
Mrs. Roenick, Woods; |,or:g Prarie Ontario, Canada who thas suffered time, money and suffering when ready
Brir-k Cheese factory anil occnaionl quite a number of years from dys trouble with any one of these ail tacks of colic, cholera morbus and
pepsia and great pains in the stom ments. For sale by R. 8. Knowl diarrhoea come on so suddenly
lots from several others
ach, was advised by her drurrist to ton.
that there is no time to hunt a doc
tor or go to the store for medicine.
Intending buyers of lumber, or take Chamberlain’s Stomach and
, Liver Tablets. She did so aud
Mr. Barber says:
‘T have tried
anything in the general merrhan- gays. “ I find that they have done
Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and
D E N TIST
disc line as for that matter, should me a great deal of good. I have
Diarrhoea Remedy which is one of
remember that the Coquille Mill "ever had any auffering since I be- crow n, Bridge and Gold the best medicines I ever saw.
keep a bottle of it in my room as I
and Mercantile Co. caa supply tbe I gan using them." If troubled with
Work a Specialty.
dyspepsia or indigesliou why not
have had several attacks of colic
same at lowest going prices.
and it has proved to be the best
take these Tablets, get well and
All Work Guaranteed
A good lot of cull lumber at the stay well?
For sale by
medicine I ever used.”
Co piille mill at $4.50 per thousand. Knowlon,
P hosv M us 1101. MARSHFIELD R. 8. Knowlton.
DR. BERT E. SCHOONMAKER
YV. J. LICH TY,
Administrator of the Estate of John YV.
YY’ ood, deceased.
Train Nurses in Attendance.
TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878.-
ÎÎOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U nited S tates L and O kficr ,
Rosebtirg, Oregon, May 3, 1906.
Notice is hereby given that in compli
ance with the provisions of the Act of
Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled “ An
Act for the Bale of timber lands in the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada,
and YY'asliington Territory,” as extend
ed to all the Public Land States by Act
of August 4, 1892,
SAM YY\ JOHNSON,
of Coouilte, County of Coos, State of
Oregon, has this day filed in this office
liia sworn statement No. 6696 for the
purchase of the S % of NE >4 , SE W of
NYV 1,, NE V, of SYV YJ, of Section No.
4, in Township No. 27 South, Range No.
11 YY’est, YV. M., and will offer proof to
show that the land sought is more val
uable for its timber or stone than for
agricultural purposes, and to establish
his claim to said land before the County
Clerk and the Clerk of County Court of
Coos County, at his office at Coquille,
Saturday, the 28th day of July, 1906.
He names as witnesses:
Lee Neely, Herbert Johnson, Glenn
Barker and Bert Teters, all of Fairview,
Any and all persons claiming adverse
ly the above-described lands are re
quested to file their claims in this office
on or before saql 28th day of July, 1906.
B enjamin L. E ddy ,
T H E N EW ID E A
For Further Particulars Address
Monuments and Headstones
Wt- guarantee better work
at tower prices than can be
had elsewhere. Do not order
Monumental work until you
haue called upon or written
us for prices.
D a v id F ulton , Local Agent, Coquills.
STEWART & WHITE, Props.
Pbone, M ain 2 3 8 .
3dJ& D Sts., M arshfield, Ore.
COOS CO, MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS
THE 0RI6INAL LAXATIVE M
C OU G H S Y R U P M
Moves the Bowels
J lE lH
Best for Children
Bed clover Bisssan m Every Bottle
Don’t Forget the Painting of Your
W e have Pattons Sun Proof Lead.
100 lbs. carries 7 gallons oil making 11
An absolute 5-year
guarantee to every user.
Don’t Forget That Harvset
Time is Near.
W e have a full line of Tools includ
ing Champion Mowers and Rakes.
you want the best at prices to suit, we
T. H. MEHL & COMPANY