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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (June 6, 1906)
LOCAL NEW S.
Full cream cheese at Robiuson's
The Elizabeth arrived
Purity crackers at the Mill store.
At the Maaonic Hall tomorrow
W. S. Mack was up from Parkers-
“ Hound Hill” peas at Skael'a.
We arc here with thr
burg on Monday.
Fine perfumery at Knowlton e
Children’s sailor huts nt Mrs
A. Pershbaker, of Prosper, was in nobby styles, at icasonat
Wilson Jewelry Co.
i town on Friday.
B. 11. J rns weal to Mauhthi i JOHN Y O A K A M ,
J. M. W A G N E R,
W . T . DEM ENT,
yesterday to see Mrs. I’ uins , ho U
Sec’ y and Man3.
Is, late yet at the General M pi al t tin t
prices. place, but who is doing- nicely.
B. T. VanDeoar, the Myrtle Point |
Fiue Stationery, all kind*, at
Timber coal and farm lands. The
Misses Beamis and Dudley, two jeweler, returned from Portland by j
Dave Drew, the machinist, wns up
Knowlton'a drug store.
i Home Realty Co.
from Parkersburg one day last week of our teachers, left last week for the last Alliance whither he had
Successors to Dean & Morgan.
gone to attend an opticians’ conveu.
Paul ‘ keels is visiting his sister,
Step in and see those new spring
Take your watch repairing to V. Forest Grove, this state, whero they
i suits at Robinson’s.
Mrs. Fred Nosier, at Bridge.
R. Wilson, t*'e Watchmaker. Why will spend their vacation. They
G. T. Robison was down from j
have been en 'aged by our board
The sohooner Alliauce arrived in not?
J. B. Davis arrived by the last
Fishtrap section the last of the !
Kilburn from Eureka, California.
C. I. Green, one of Lampa’s pro
and he informed us that in I
D. C. Krantz was down from the
gressive farmers, was in Coquille on
case the game warden does not look i
ceedingly well pleased.
North Fork a day or so last week. Leneve’s. None better.
ladv I ^ ier his slock a little more closely
W anted .— Gentleman
The choicest city locations. The ( Earthquake picture show at Ma
A fine line of watches, all makes,
by that some of them about his place |
Home Realty Co.
PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS, C0QUILL!
all sizes, all prices, at Wilson Jew
will be posted and offered for sale.
C. I. Kime, the engineer, was up elry Company’s.
Jewelry repairing, ring repairing,'
George Norris was iu from Fair-
clocks, repaired by V. R. Wilsou, from Bandon on Thursday.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
J .T . McBee, of Bridge, had busi
a day or so last week.
the watchmaker 20 years’ exper-
Purity crackers, fresh stock, at ness which called him to Prosper
J. W . W A G N E R
W. T. DEM ENT
weekly and expenses advanced. Norris is interested in alfalfa and JOHN YOAKAM
the Coquille Mill A Mercantile Co’s. last Wednesday.
Address, with stamp, Jos. A. Alex visited Mr. Lorenz’s field near town
Ladies’ summer dress skirts at j Carl Heller, the progressive (aim
Every body goes to V. R. Wilson ander. Coquille City, Ore.
and was much pleased with the
R o b i n s o n ’ s.
A BST R A C T S
AB TRA CTS
A BST R A C T S
er of Dorn, was in town on Satur to have tbeir watches repaired, of
looks of tbo crop.
He had some
If you want a good comb, hair t day.
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course. WHY NOT?
home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and samples of the second cutting which
brush, tooth brush, nail brush or
Mrs. Chaa. Haynes, of Eckley, is
A. J. Hartman, one of Bandon’s Mrs. Doc Woods, on Thursday, were over three feet in length.
bath brush go to Knowltoo’s drug visiting Mrs. Geo. Martin in this
progressive citizens, had business when Mr. Albert Fish and Miss
Mrs. Erla (Jarlock of the Sun
in Coquille on Thursday.
Della Wood were united in holy Jose conservatory wishes to an
For first-class watch repairing to
Mrs. A. P. Miller, of Arago,
Mrs. J. T. Jenkins, of near River wedlock by Rev. H. M. Branham. nounce that she is permanently lo
to W. H. Sobroeder’s.
turned from a visit to the Bay on
ton, visited her parents, Mr. and These popular young people have cated in this valley, and will receive
George Bowlster, of Empire City, Thursday.
Marshfield and Coquille, Oreqon.
Mrs. J. B. Fox, of this city, a day j the congratulations and best wish- pupils in Piano and Organ at regu
carac over on Saturday and renew
W. O. Moss and K. L. Carter, of or so last week.
es of a host of friends, including lar rates. Mrs. Carlock is an exper
We have completed a thorough, up-to-date
ed acquaintance with some old Roseburg, were in town a day or so
the H erald .
ienced teacher and uses the most
Pref. J. P. Wells, principal of our
A b s t r a c t P lan t.
Thousands annually bear witness modern methods of instruction; that
school which closed last week, left
Besutiful black Sateen undor-
For furnished rooms for small
for Ashland where he is engaged to the efficiency of Early Risers. her ability is being recognized is
We are now ready to furnish correct ABSTRACTS at short
skirts at Mrs. Perrott’s.
family, apply to Mrs. M. F. Steele,
These pleasant, reliable little pills evidenced by her large and growing
for the coming school year.
and orders will receive careful and prompt attention.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson who Spurgeon Hill.
class. For particulars call at the
to none as a laxative and cathartic.
are here from Fresno, California,
Marshfield office adjoins Flanagan & Bennett Bank
They are as staple as bread in residence of W. E. Cleghorn, Co
went to Myrtle Point on Monday to merchant, had business which called Portland Flouring Mills Co. and millions of homes.
Pleasant but quille; Myrtle Point Hotel, Myrtle
Coquille Post Office.
the Hammond Packing Co., made effective. Will nromptly relieve Point, or address at Coquille,
him to the Bay on Monday.
MARSHFIELD PHONE, 143.
our city a call this week and has ta constipation without griping. Sold Oregon.
Wild West Shoes for Western
J. D. Wilson was down from Fair-
COQUILLE PHONE, 191.
ken large orders.
by R. S. Knowlton.
boys at J. W. Lenove’s store.
view Friday and made our office a
Phone at our expense wheu ordering ABSTRACTS.
The sworn statement o f the man
Mrs. Ed Carter, of Myrtle Point, pleasant and substantial oall.
TITLE GUARANTEE & ABSTRACT CO.,
The sincerest tribute that can be Some o f the Bargains we have
who had been visiting relatives and
paid to superiority is imitation.
R. H. Smith, Abstractor.
Henry Sengstacken, Manager.
Knowlton'a drug store carries a
friends in Bandon and this city, re large line of blank books, also a in Kennedy’s Laxative Honey and The many imitations of D eW itt’s Z ''
Tar— the cough syrup that drives Witch Hazel Salve that are now be
turned home Friday.
complete line of legal blanks.
the cold out of your system. Sold fore the public proves it the best.
Those fiue dress ginghams are
Ed Johnson, who has recently
Ask for DeWitt’s. Good for burns,
Good 5 room house, 2 lots First-Class
jVlealla a t at H oups
going fast at Robinsons.
moved to Bandon with his family,
Miss Bertha Wilkins, who was in scalds, chaffed skin, eczema, tetter,
F i»om 6 a m to 9 p m .
on the corner best location
Rev. Thurston, of Marshfield, re was up to this city on Monday.
the Bandon school during tbo last
in town, 2 blocks from school
Highly recommended and reliable.
turned home Friday after doing
Mrs A'fred Morras, of Bandon, term ns odo of the efficient corps of Sold by R. S. Knowlton.
A snap 2 acres, good double
some prohibition campaign work on returned home Monday after visit teachers, passed through town Mon
house, barn and out build A T T H E
this side during the week.
ings,orchard,within 3 blocks
day on her way to the VV. P Her
ing iu town since Decoration day.
of the business part of town
Miss Nettie Carey is down fr >m
C A H A R R IN G T O N , P roprietor.
A 42 acre ranch on the low
school shoes at Robinson's.
the upper river visiting Miss Ger school in a few days.
ENTERPRISE MEAT rA ,
Wholesale and Retail Det ^ in
Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard
Ham and Bacon.
$500 ^ne*room i*0“8“an<* “ 'uta
$ 1 1 00
Magio Lantern show of the great trude Johnson and other friends in
earthquake and fire destruction of town.
San Francisco at Masonic Hall to
Mrs. John Morgnn of Empire,
passed through this city yesterday
Good second-hand sewing ma on her returu home after a week’s
visit with her sister, Mrs. Peterson,
chine for sale at this office.
F o b S ai . b .— About 1J acres of
Three choice 50 ft. lots, uenr the
land near the Academy, good house,
house, for Bale; price $400.
barn and out buildings.
Address J. A. Address Wot, Caudlin, owner, Co
Jacobson, North Bend, Oregon.
Constipation makes the cold
For lady’s or gent’s Rambler bicy-. drag along.
Get it out of you
ole good as new inquire at this office. Take Kennedy’s Laxative Honey
and Tar cough syrup.
Cyrus Bointon, a commission man no opiates.
For sale by R. 8.
of San Francisco, has been in Coos Knowlton.
county the past week or so looking
One pound o f choice atrawberries
after business. He met an old ac in every box, “ Round Hill” brand
quaintance here in the person of at Robinson’s.
W . L. Kistner.
Mrs. Fischer, Miss Margarita
Boa».—In Seattle, Washington Fischer, Mr. Pyle and wife, passed
May 25, 1906, to Mr. and Mrs Chas. through here yesterday on the Al
E. Nosier, a son,
liance en route from Silverton,
F. M. Stewnrt, the MarshSeld where they buried the late John
tombstone man, was over last Thurs Fischer, to Eureka.— Coast Mail.
day and erected monuments at the
Good pasture for stock, on Marsh
graves of the late Joseph Hudson field road one mil* from town. In
and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. quire if All »n McLeod.
G. W . Harry.
E. E. LaBrie, of Roaeburg, made
F ob S ale .—T wo good Rambler our office a pleasant call whil* in
Bicycles, gents’ aud lady’s. Enquire town on Thursday.
having disposed of his interests in
at this offije.
this county, we fear bis visits will
Messrs. Nelson and Pyatt, two
be less frequent in the future than
gentlemen from Chehalis, Wash,
in the past.
passed through town last week on
F ob S ale . — One fine yoke of work
their way down the river where
thev expect to become interested in oxen. Price $80 or will trade for
cows. Nelson Jones.
black sand mining.
er river about 30 acres bot
tom balance bench, 7 rc.oin
house, barn, out buildings,
7 bead of cows separator
and f innin.; io »is. Horne
market tor everything pro
duced on the ranch.
Muslin underwear for ladies and
children nt Mrs. Perrott’s.
Jack Bruce Rrrived from Port
land on Saturday and is now nt the
home of his wife’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs H. W. Dunham, where Mrs.
Bruce has lieeu since her arrival
from 8an • Francisco. She is some,
what stronger since our last issue,
but is yet seriously ill.
If you don’t see whit you '.out
here call at tlie oftice and oxm ae
our list which is to large tocm imir-
| ate here.
W anted .—Cook
keeper in small family.
the H erald office.
Grandma Grow was over from
Coaledo on Friday. She lias been
informed by the hotel keeper with
whom her son, Jack Grimes board
ed, that there was not an iumate of
the hotel escaped death at the time
of the great earthquake at San Fran-
cieco, except the proprietor himself.
This comes as sad news to the old
lady. This is the third son she has
lost by accident in the past few
Fresh supply crackers in one or
three pound cartoons, one eighth
wood boxes or bulk at Robinson’i.
Coquille V alley
The Earthquake % Fire
rs be 5 s* * - tta
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and Santa Rosa.
W. B. Griffith, a deputy U. S.
marshal, of Portland, made our offi
ce a very pleasant call while in town
on Saturday afternoon. He came
down to place under bonds those
lately indicted by the federal grand-
jury in the land oases recently men
ADMISSION 15, 25 and 35 CENTS.
tioned. He informs us that none
of the parties made any attempt to
evade him, and one or two travled
A big assortment of novelties in
ladies' neckwear and those large Marshfield livery stableman, came for their bonds and will be on hands
over the middle of last week and when required.
shell hair pins at Robinson’s.
purchased a horse of Rev. H. M.
You cannot induce a Idwer ani
Mrs. Fannie Dyer, of Bandon, vis
Branham and another from Ren
ited her sister, Mrs. R. E. Buck, of Hoberg. He went to Bandon ba mal to eat heartily when not feel
c o q u ille
ing well. A sick dog starves him-
this oity, several days last week and be returned home.
Belf, and gets well.
returned home Monday accompani
once overworked, must have rest OF
Call at J. W. Leneve's store for the same as your feet or eyes. You
ed by Mrs. Buck, and Mr. Buck
anything you need in dry goods, don’t have to starve to rest your
went a day later for a visit at Ban
shoes or groceries. The prices are stomach.
Kodol for Dyspepsia
w m m m vm
takes up the work for your stom
Try the new People’s Market, two
O. F. Rohrer, one of our up-to- ach, digests what you eat and gives
B a r g a in s in
it a rest.
Puts it back in condi
doors south of postofflce, for the
date farmers who lives near town,
You can’t feel good
freshest meats of all kinds at lowest
prices Dean A Hoberg, Prop’ra haR kept our markets supplied the with a disordered stomach.
past week with nice D e w potatoes, Kodol. Sold by R. S. Knowlton.
The Coquille Gun Club reports pje has about four acres from whiob
The leather in the Seattle L og
royal entertainment by the shooters he will receive good returns for the
ger's shoe is the best imported !-J§i
of Myrtle Poiat at the Club match first crop, and he is replanting the
$7,000. Finest Diirv Farm in Coquille Valler.
French Kip, guaranteed to give J
held at that place last Saturday. A ; ground with a late variety as the satisfaction. Call and examine them
$6,000. 282 acres Dairy and Pasture Land. Good new build
return match has been arranged and early crop is dug.
at Robinson’s store.
ings, abundance of water piped into house and Barn.
will probably come off at Coquille
C. J. Browne, of Portland, the
You are guaranteed both quality
about the 23rd inst
$1 ,050. Creamery plant well located.
and price and courteous treatment gentlemanly manager for the Uu-
We have clients who want to buy at the new People's Market, south derwood Typewriter Co
$450. Fine Residence property, well located.
Farm, Coal and Timber Lands. If of postoffioe. Freshest mests of ev- North west territory, came over from
,000. 120 acres, Dairy Ranch, a choice location in Coquille
you have any for sale list it with i ery description.
the Bay Monday in company with
Wood Bros., North Bend, Oregon.
Isaiah Hacker and daughter. Mrs. W. 0. Bradley, the local representa
We have some choice Timber Lands, Coal Lamia and other
Basket Social at Strang’s school L. H. Hazard, returned on Monday tive, and visited our city and some
house diet. No. 19. for the benefit from Los Angeles, California, whith of their cuatomers. Mr. Browne
numerous bargains. Can offer you good business propositions.
of the school Saturday eve., June 9, er they bad gone for Master Austin reports the Underwood as becom
Call on us at our office in Martin Building one door we.t
An interesting program Haxard, who had spent the paat year ing exceedingly popular throughout
of Knowlton’s Drugstore.
will be rendered after which a or so in that section for bis health. his territory. These are a grand
Come ont ladies and The lad is looking very well and we success as a “ visible” machine,
bring your baskets and have an en- hope that it will not be necesaary which is a great advantage over
oyable time sod help s good cause. for him to go away in the future.
Less that our patrons should gel
the impression that ow in g to the fir
in our Dressed Lum ber Sheds we
could not fill orders prom ptly. W e
wish to announce that we are pre
pared to fill all orders on reasonable
time with first-class material and at
W e thank the P u blic for the L ib
eral patronage given us in the past
and bespeak a fair share o f the co m
ing season’s business.
Coquille Mill I Mercantile Co
G e n e ra l IMercTia-ndis© a n d L u m b e r
Thursday eve., June 7, 1906.
S p e c i a l A t t e n t i o n G i v e n tc-
Wo p i a k e R a t e s t o
>O O O O C <;
O. Wilson & C o .
COMPLETE LINE OF
T A IL O R
Home Realty Co.
Under New Management.
Feed and Sale
Opposite I. O. O. F. Hall
W. H. Man
Best of Tu nouts.
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F ir st -O í .
Hay, Grain , eed