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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1906)
Funeral of David A. Collier.
W E D N E SD AY, A U G U S T 22 1906.
Hundred« Burned and Buried.
New York, 17.— Au earthquake
ho severe aw to largely wreck the
c-it» »a s experienced at Valparaiso,
Chile, some time last evening, ac
cording to messages giving the bar
est of details, which came though
last night from that point.
follow in g the shocks, which are
reported to have been more severe
than those in San Franoisco, tiros
from overturned stoves and fur
naces broke out in several parts of
the city, and a great conflagration,
similar to that which wiped out the
California city, is supposed to be
in progress. One message says por
tions of the great port wero burn
ing all night, and hundreds of lives
were lost, the victims having been
caught in co'lapsed and burning
J. A. Collier arrived at this place
on Thursday of last week with the
body of his son, David, who it is
believed, was foully delt with at
Moscow, Idaho on the last day of
July, receiving injuries from which
he died iu a short time, and the
funerul took place day following.
Rev. W . R. F. Browne, who was in
the mountains for an outing was
telephoned for and came to conduct
the services, which were held in
the family residence where the
young mau bad spent the greater
part of his life. The spacious par
lors, hall and dining room were
crowded with sympathizing friends
during the services. The interment
took place nt the Odd Fellows'ceme
tery where his body was placed
beside that of his mother, having
been followed by a large concourse
of friends to its last resting place
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Mrs. Alfred Johnson, of this city,
who has been ill for the past two
or three weeks, is improving.
Santiago De Chile, Aug. 16—
( Delayed.)— The worst earthquake
remembered occurred this
evening at about eight o’clock.
Houses fell in the streets, which
were filled with hysterical people.
The clerks at the Cabinet offices
say that the telegraph lines to the
con it are severed. The
lights are out, and as the corres
pondent is trying« to file this dis-
pitch the earthquake is again start
ing. He can hear the people wail
ing and praying in the streets while
the fire bells through-out the oity
are ringing out alarms.
boquet of jassimine.
The young couple were the re
cipients of many pretty and useful
presents. The groom is a prosper
ous young jeweler of M yrtle Point
and is known as an honest, ener
getic young man with a bright fu
The bride is a worthy and
accomplished young lady, held in
high esteem by a large circle of
Both young people are
very popular and have the best
wishes of many friends, the H erald
Mr. and Mrs. W -H - Ray are down
from the Point visiting friends.
Closing out sale at Strang’s store
beginning the 6th.
E. D. Myers was down from Lee
Gents’ hats of all stylet and kinds
at the C. M. A M. Co's store.
looking after business matters the
Lots of different styles of shoes last of the week.
in any size to choose from at Rob
Mr. and .drs. Alex Snyder, of
Myrtle Point, visited friends in Co
Gold .Seal Rubber Boots worth quille on Sunday.
twice as much as any other make at
A ll summer goods will be offered
at special gale prices every day iu
A sou was born to Mr. and Mrs.
the week at O. Wilson & C o’s
Clarence Russell on Sunday.— Myr- Don’t miss this chance.
tie Point Enterprise.
Ç r e s id e n ^
fo r M en
For sale at Robinson’s
Scrub yourself daily, you’re not
clean inside. Clean insides means
clean stomach, bowels, blood, liver;
clean, healthy tissue in every organ, j
Mountain Tea. 35 cents, Tea or
G eneral h o s p ita l
A private hospital for the care and treatment o f medical, surgical
and obstetrical cases.
Equipment new and modern
Sf$15 t o * $ 3 0 p e r w e e k
Miss S. G. Lakeman, Matron.
8 L A Q L E
F R E D
Wm. Richardson, o f Parkersburg,
spent two or there days in town the
last of the week and the first of
'T A I L O R
C O Q U IL L E ,
O R E G O N
The Electric L igh t Company re
ceived a new high pressure boiler
on the Alliance jesterday.
It is to
bo utilized with the one in present F irs t-C la s s
S eN vies.
ub 6.— Marshfield Hun.
Under New Management.
M e a l l s a t a l Houi*s
P n o m 6 a m to 9 p m.
at the Skooku m
Resta u ra n t,
Wo ff fa k e R a t e s t o
C ö m m e f e l a l Peöpie
Nels P„ Nelson.
ID E A
Best of Turnouts.
S p e c i a l A t t e n t i o n G iv e n to
f^sg ulat * B o a r d e r s .
W. H. Maiii v .j, Prop.
C A . H A R R I N G T O N , P ro p rie to r.
home in Coquille you cannot do IN T H E C IR C U IT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON, IN AND FOR
better than to call at the H erald of
TH E C O UNTY OF COOS.
fice or address
Thomas Taylor, William McBee,
!• Suit in equity
I for divorce.
E. E. Hampton, a late arrival
from Yamhill county, has leased the
farm of H . C. Dorris, near Arago,
and has settled down to be a real Co-
quiller. He haB traveled extensively
over the west of late, and says Coos is
the best spot he has seen.
M A R S H F IE L D
From 40 to 80 acres of willow
bottom to be slashed and burned.
For particulars call cn W. L. Kist-
ner Coquille, Or.
Including room, bmrd, general nursing and drugs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hammack,
of Fishtrap, have gone to Roseburg
with Mrs. H ’s brother, G. W. Watts,
who is on his way to his home in
A. E. Sherley, the Myrtle
jeweler, goes to the Bay today to
take a steamer for Portland, where
he goes to get a complete outfit of
supplies for his business.
Slashing to L e t
Marshall Way had business which
brought him down from Myrtle
Point the last of the week.
A woman worries until she gets
wrinkles, then worries because she
E. W. Ferris and E. O. Howe and has them. I f she takes Hollister’s
families are back from their outing Rocky Mountain Tea she would
at Bandon, and say they had an ex have neither. Bright, smiling face
follows its use. 35 cents, The or
Tablets, sold by R. S. Knowlton.
W ill Stauff and W ill Beattv came
over from the Bay yesterday and
Big Bargain in Nice House
went up the river to prepare for a
liuut and outing In the mountains.
For a splendid bargain in a neat
Mrs. Mary Nosier, the merchant,
started this morning for Roseburg
She will visit for a week with rel
atives and friends in the valley.
Miss Ellen P. Clinton, daughter Mrs. M. McDonald will be in charge
of her store.
of Mr. G. W. Clinton, o f Norway,
Sample piano, stindnrd make,
was married to Chester L. Bender,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ben parlor grand, quarter oak; none
better; retails at $42 i.OO.
der, of M yrtle Point, Sunday even be Bold, will take $196.00 spot cash
ing, August 19, 1906, at eight Second hand pianos cheaper and on
Pobl, Myrtle Point,
o'clock, Rev. Thos. Barklow per easy terms.
forming the ceremony.
The wed Oregon.
ding was very quiet, only the im
mediate relatives of the young
couple being present. The deoora-
tions and arch were of evergreens,
and a lunch was Berved before the
departure of the guests. The bride
was beautifully attired in a gown
of crepe do chine and net, with an
illusion veil, and carried a shower
hay, Gran* *:eed.
Opposite I. O. O. F. Hall.
THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE
t r k
ir s t
Successor to J. T. Little.
To Bessie McBee, the above-etitled de
In the name of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby notified that you are re
quired to appear and answer the com
plaint tiled against you in the above!
Buffalo Gasolene Engines
entitled suit in which William McBee
is plaintiff and you Bessie McBee are
The best, cheapest and most con defendant, within six weeks from the
date of the first publication of this sum
venient power on the market,
mons, to w it: within six weeks from
the 25th day of July, 1906; and if you
fail to appear and answer on or before
IN T H E C IR C U IT COURT O F' TH E the 5th day of September, 1906, the
STATE OF OREGON, FOR T H E same being the last day prescribed in
the order of publication, a judgment
COUNTY OF COOS.
will be taken against you for want j
Charles B. Holloway,
j thereof, and plaintiff will apply to the
court for the relief demanded in his
1 Suit for
Violet D. Holloway,
complaint, a succinct statement of which
is as follows: that tho marriage con
To Violet D. Holloway, the above-
tract now existing between you and
plaintiff be dissolved, and for his costs
la the name of the State of Oregon : and disbursements in this suit.
You are hereby required to appear and
Service of this summons is made by
answer the complaint filed against you publication in pursuance of an order i
iu the above-entitled suit on or before made by John F. Hall, County Judge
the 5th day ot September, 1906, which for Coos county, Oregon, dated the 24th
is six weeks after Wednesday, the 25th day of July, 1906, directing publication
day of July, the date of the first publi of the same in the Weekly Herald,
cation of this summons, and if you fail a newspaper published at the City of
to so appear and answer for want there CoquiUe, in Coos county, Oregon, once
of, the plaintiff will apply to the Court each w eek for a period of six weeks.
tor the relief prayed for in the complaint
A. J. SHERWOOD,
Attorney for plaintiff.
herein, to-wit: For a decree dissolving
the bonds of matrimony now existing
between the plaintiff and defendant,
Notice to Creditors.
and for such further and other relief as
is hereby given that the under
may be equitable.
This summons is
published pursuant to an order made signed has been duly appointed admin
therefor by Honorable John F. Hall, istrator of the estate of E. H. Beyers,
Judge of the County Court for Coos deceased, and that all persons having
County, State of Oregon, on the 24th claims against said estate are hereby
day of July, 1906, whereby it is ordered notified that they are required to p re -1
that publication hereof be made tor six sent the same duly verified to the un-1
dersigned at the office of A. J. Sherwood,
consecutive weeks. The first publication in Coquille, Coos county, Oregon, within
liereol is made on the 25th day of July, six months from the date hereof.
Dated ttiis 9th dav of July, 1908.
SPE R R Y & CHASE,
J. P. BEYERS, I
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Moves the Bowels
Best for Children
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Don’t Forget the Painting of Your
W e have Pattons Sun Proof Lead
100 lbs. carries 7 galons oil making 11
An absolute 5-year
guarantee to every user.
D on’t F orget T h a t H a rv e s t
T im e is N e a r.
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 & CO M PAN Y
The Shoppers Path will be strewn with Wrecked Prices
all through the store.
Every Dollar you spend here at this Sale will bring you a third to a half more in
value than usual or elsewhere.
FORMER PRICE $20.00
Great Cut in Ribbons, Laces and Underwear.
F R O N T STREET,
C O Q U IL L E , O R E G O N
FORMER PRICE $4.50
20 to 33 per cent off on all Dress Goods.
N. LO R E N Z.
F R O N T STREET,
C O Q U IL L E , O R E G O N