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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (May 29, 1907)
New line of ladies'ties at Robin-
LOCAL N E W S .
Draue’s phone at new store is 353.
Fodder Corn and Vetch seed at
The right goods at the
price at W. T. Kerr’s.
Round Hill strawberries at Robin-
Leave orders early.
bod ’ s .
“ Dement’s Best flour is the kind
Mrs. D. F. Dean, of the H erald
is visiting friends in Bandon.
“ Dement’s • Best’ ’
Drane sells ib
is the flour
New lot of men’s tolescope hats at
An elegant lot of new silks just
in at “The White House.”
Sinclair’s hams and bacon at
Land & Lyons’, Second street.
Have you seen the little boys’
summer suits at Robinson’s? If you
haven’t it will pay you to call.
Oscar Lee of Long Creek, Grant
county, arrived in this county last
week and will spend some time here.
Be sure and see that fine Panama
dress goods at O. Wilson A Co’s,
Attention, Red Men: One of the
grand officers will be with us on
A lunch will be served.
A large attendance is expected.
Robinson’s store handles the
Chippewa Loggers shoe in all
Puffed rice at Drone’s.
Minnesota Burbank seed peta-
Buy the Gotzian shoe at O. Wil- toes st Drane’s,
son A Co a.
Timber coal and farm lands. The
A beautiful piano on sale at Bar- Home Realty Co.
ker s Jewelry store.
Fresh garden seed of all kinds at
Mrs. A. R. Clinton made our of- Knowlton’a Drugstore,
floe a short business visit yesterday, j
Mr. ftn<i Mrs. P. L. Phelan, of
G! A. Robinson has just received Myrtle Point, were passengers home
a complete new liue of men’s negli- from the bay by Monday’s train,
I Dried peaches, dried apples, dried
Rev. R. G. Sumerlin, of North prunes, at Land & Lyons.
Bend, was a passenger to this city
The posters are out advertising
by Monday’s train.
the annual meeting of the state
New waists for spring and sum Pioneers’ association which takes
mer at O. Wilson, & Co’s
place in Portland in June.
James Matheny came down from
For quick sales, list your proper
Myrtle Point Friday witn Mr. ty with the Pacific Real Estate Co.
For bargains in shoes, see Drane
Goebel, ttie socialist speaker, and
at his new store.
Mrs. Chas. Pinkerton and two
accompanied him to tho bay.
Fernand Roy, of Jack-
W. C. Guerin, tire Myrtle Point
Ladies! Call and see the new Bon, Montana, are in the city on a
real estate man, was ¡ d town Mon line of belts and lacea collass at
visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs.
J. C. Slagle.
The People’s Market always
W. L. Laird and daughter, Miss
Give Land & Lyons a call when
keeps fresh vegetables.
Maryj of Bandon, were up two or you are in town.
The schooner Oregon sailed for three days the last of the week vis they lead and others follow.
San Francisco with a a cargo of iting P. A Alford, and family.
L. C. Bargelt, of the Myrtle Point
lumber last Thursday.
Robinson has just received a Enterprise, returned Monday from
For first-class watch repairing to large assortment of Latest style Marshfield whither he had been to
to W. H. Schroeder's.
attend the electric road meeting.
There is some talk of the people He reported a very enthusiastic
Miss Jennie Curren, o f North
Bend, is visiting Mrs. Linegar and of that section cleaning out the meeting.
willows so as to make Beaver
other friends in this city.
P. E. Drane keeps puffed rice,
Large line of Ladie’s shirt wasts slough better navigating for small a delicious dish for breakfast and
just arrived at Robinson’s.
for sick folks-
E. O. Hall was a Coquille visitor
from the bay last Thursday.
If Mr. Tozier has not on hand
The steamer Elizabeth sailed for
San Francisco last Friday, and will the harness you want he will order
them for you.
be due on her return tomorrow.
Fred Nelson, proprietor of the
Full line of Diamond W canned
Coos Bay Iron Works, at Marsh
goods at O. Wilson and Co’s.
field, was over with Sunday’s ex
Dr. Bancroft, the occulist, who
cursion and remained over until
has been in town several days prac
Monday looking after business in
ticing his profession, goes to Salem
Step in and examine those new
Buy your groceries at Land & spring shirt waists and skirts at
Lyons’. Their stock is fresh and Robinson’s.
up to date.
J. G. Ranes and wife, of Tilla
The Pacific Real Estate Co. will
mook, were in town a few days
show you property without you
lately and closed a deal with the
wearing yourself out walking, Call
Home Realty Co. for the Neadeow
at their office.
place a short distance below town.
W. P, Fuller’s prepared paints, They are now in Portland.
oils and-varnishes at J. A. Lamb &
Straw and crash hats, canvas
shoes for women, men and children
Jeff Wilson, who has been ill so at J. W. Loneve’s.
long, is gradually improving.
Mrs. P. A. Graham and daughter,
wont to Myrtle Point Saturday for
Happy and son Bennie, accompan
a little diversion.
ied by Miss Grace McDuffee, start
Swell assortment of children’s, ed for their former home at York
boy’s.youths’ and men’s spring cloth Nebraska, last Saturday after a so
ing at Robinson’s.
journ of several months in this city,
Darius Gant was down from Myr visiting relatives and friends.
tle Point last Monday on buBines
Call and examine the stitch-down
connected with the settlement of> Loggers Shoe made at Chippewa
the estate of his brother, Levi Gant Falls, Wisconsin. Robinson’s store.
Dr. and Mrs. D. L. Steele, of
W anted . George T. Moulton, of Bandon, who have been in town
Coquille, will pay the highest cash several days for a change for the
price for chittim bark.
doctor who has been in declining
F. P. Mergill, offbearer at the health for some time went to the
mill in this city, had the misfortune bay Monday. Mrs. Steele went up
to get two of his
fingers badly to their homestead on Coos rivor
mashed by a large slab falling on the day following and the Dr. return
them last Monday at about 11 a. m. ed to this city.
It will be several days before he can
W anted .-— Man or boy to work
take his position again.
on farm. Girl or wonintj for house
Write Julius Kruse, Co-
P lanerman W anted . — A first- work.
class planermnn ¡ b wanted immedi quille-Marshfield route.
ately by Riverton Lumber Co.
The power schooner Casco bound
W. T. Kerr, the merchant, hav
ing purchased of W. H. Holverstott
the dwelling on the corner of Third
and Taylor, has had a new roof put
on the building and many other
changes made and will soon occupy
the place as a home for his family.
This will be a great deal more con
venient for Mr. Kerr, being so
much nearer his place of business.
Fred Coleman employed by the
Hmith Lumber Co. met with a pain
ful scalp wound with ax on the 27th.
Dr. Wetmore dressed the injury.
Leavejyour orders for strawberries
Full weight one
The excursion from Marshfield
and Coquille to Baridou. Sunday
was a grand success, requiring the
stcamersJDispatch and Liberty to
carry the crowd.
Your money back if ‘White River’
flour is not satisfactory, Geo. A.
L. L. Paulson, a prominent lum.
berman from Washington, and who
Mrs. J. E. Tanner, of Aberdeen, is interested in the Big Hill Coal
Washington, came in Saturday for Mining Co. which has some good
a visit with her mother, Mrs. Joe property at Riverton, arrived here
Hudson. This is her first visit for Monday with some machinery for
a year or two, and her friends are the mine there.
delighted to see her.
L. J. Roberts of the MyrtlePoint
O. Wilson & Co. have Oyster Enterprise, called on us this morn
shell and grit, just what your ing.
E. W. Stafford, a North Dakota
M arried .
At the home of her newspaper man, has been in Coos
son, Horace, in Tacoma, Washing county seveial days lately looking
ton, March 29,1907, Mrs. Rose Van the country over aud rusticating
Leuven to Capt. J. N. Nielson. They for a change. He is well pleased
will reside in Aberdeen, Wash., with the looks of our section.
Nuitrito or Socialist Coffee,” a
where Mr. Nielson is a prominent
fine and refreshing morning drink
For Sale— A tine bull and 5
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Scheruert,
milch cows. Inquire of Geo. E. Peo
of Humboldt county, California, the
latter beiug formerly kuow here as
F. A. Daley, of Portland, presi
Miss Alice Goble, were here last
dent of the Portland Machinery
week and among other friends
Company, was in town the first of
visited the family of Mr and Mrs.
the week, being down on business.
J. C. Wilson.
His company is furcishiug C. A.
Robinson his just received six
Smith a large amount of the ma
different patterns of the Chippewa
chinery for his new mill.
Dermain will positively cure dan
M. O. Hooton who has been em
druff, make the hair grow and stop ployed several days placing the new
falling. At Slocum’s Drug Store.
boiler in our mill at this place, got
The H erald force has been en along as far as he could without the
joying a bountiful supply of Round firebrick for the furnace, and they
Hill honey. The farm of Mr. Todd not having arrived, he went to
is especially’ favorably located in Bridge last Saturday where he will
one of the best fruit and farming do some work while he waits.
sections in the county, where bis
F or S ale . 25 head of Angora
bees have a perfect and an abund Gorts, also 4 head of young Berk-
ant range. This honey is absolutely | s^‘ re brood sows. Inquire of H. L.
firstclass and must bo tried to be
Mrs. Dr. Culin and daughter,
I Irma and Alice, and Mrs. V. R.
We have a full line of mill feed | Wilson and Paul,
Paul, started Friday
rolled b rley, bran, shorts, mid
! for California for a visit with the
dlings, ground bone and wheat. Re
member our phone number 131 at ! Parents ° f Mesdames Culin and
Wilson who live at Diamond in that
a*e- They went by way of the
Coquille’s public schools
bay per steamer.
with last Friday, and our youn0 .
. n, __ __
, i started a day previous by way of
folks are now preparing to make
the best of their vacation. On Fri
If your want a good cup of coffee
day evening an entertainment was
try that Amber coffee at Land <fc
given at the Mosonic Hall for the Lyons’.
benefit of the school which was
D on ’t M iss This.
ment consisted of a program of rec
Mext Sunday evening at the
itation, declamations, songs, drills,
Methodist Episcopal church, the
etc which were highly appreciated | sul)je(.t ¡H ..The Mrtn Wh„ Washed
by all. On
Ou Sunday evening Rev. His Hands.”
Men are especially
H. L. Ford delivered tho baccalau - 1 w anted at this meeting. Songserv-
rente sermon at the M. E Church, ices at 8 o’clock.
11 a. m “ Digging.” Sunday school
South, nnd the house was packed
10 a. in.; Junior League 3 p. m.
with a highly appreciative audience. Everyone Iuvite to these services.
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On Monday evening the eighth
graduation exercises were given at
the Masonic Hnll, and standing Notice is hereby given that all Coos
room was well occupied.
The pu County Warrants drawn on general
road fund and endorsed prior to
pils in the redition of their pro.
April 1, 1907, will be paid ou pre
gram acquitted themselves in such sentation at my office in Coquille
a manoor as to reflect great credit City, Oregon.
No interest will bo allowed after
upon themselves as well as their in
J. B. D clley .
structor, Miss Smith, after which March 31, 1907.
Treasurer Coos County Oregon.
Attorney C. R Barrow made a
Dated March 25, 1907.
splendid talk. As we were closing
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our forms je9terday evening the
Residence tor Sale.
tenth grade exeeises were ir prog
Nice residence, Eight Rooms
ress, and State Superintendent Ack
erman is here to give an address, and bath large pantry. Hot and
cold water up stairs and down, mod
of which we will give a more ex
ern conveniences. Nice lawn and
tended report next week.
fruit trees. For price and terms call
on V. R. W ilson Coquille. Oregon.
Sony! Soap! Soap!
Call at Ijand
<t Lyons’ for soap. They can sup
TIM BER W A N T E D
ply your wants.
from San Francisco to Coos Bay
has a large locomotive for the Coos
Bay, Roseburg and Eastern Rail
road and shipment of 6 flat cars.
The latter is the first shipment of a
large order of that class of rolling
stock ordered some time ago by
W. 8. Chandler.
The order will
probably be filled ia n short time.
The new engine No. 5 is about the
Garden seeds garden seeds at type of the No. 4 now in use on the
Knowltons Drug store, a full sup road.— Times.
ply of garden seeds. Both in bulk
Those wishing fine carpet and
and in packages.
rug weaving done, will remember
Mrs. Carl Hughes, formerly of that Mrs. K. Holverson now resides
North Bend, who has been at Fresno in the H oberg home near the
California, for some months for her Academy.
health, arrived last Friday for a
The most destructive and what
visit with her parents, Capt. George might have been a seriously disas
and Mrs. Leneve. She is not quite trous wreck occurred last Wednes
as well as she has been since going day forenoon as No. 1, drawing the
to Fresno, but some stronger than regular passenger train was about
when she left here.
She was ac even with King’s landing.
companied by her brother, Hugh as this train was nearing the up
Leneve who has been with her on grade, about a dozen flat cars which
her sojourn in California.
had broken loose from a loging train
Anyone wishing bouse moving or at the summit came down at such a
other heavy work done can be ac rate of speed that Engineer Law-
commodated by calling on H. L. horn nnd Fireman Noble saw at
Varuey & E. O. Howe.
once that a collision was inevitable.
Prof. M. O. Hawkins returned The latter leaped at once, while Mr.
Thursday from Chillicotbe, Mis Lawhorn stayed with the verge and
souri, where he left Mrs. Hawkins till just before the crash came when
and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. he made a leap which took him inio
P Messer enjoying a visit with re the slough. Neither were hurt, and
latives and friends o f their vouD ger passengers only got a little shakiug
davs. Mr. Hawkins visited relatives up. Three of the flat cars were com
F or S ale . New 8 Room Home; |
at Rnlla, in the same state.
He pletely demolished and the locomo
central location; lot 100 x 108;
has had a very pleasant trip, with tive was thrown from the track and garded and barn; exellent condition. |
the exception of a little experience went squarely on its back in the address. P.O. Box 186
with a real thunder and hail storm marsh, badly jammed and broken. j
that did not look good to him. There were two or three of the train |
He saw a nice large barn shot to men on the runaway cars who also j
Cures Biliousness, Sick
pieces and then burned by lighten had narrow escapes saving them- I
Headache, Sour Stom
ing, while the roofs of the houses selves by jumping.
Torpid Liver and
were being beaten o i and all the
Peas at 2 cents per pound on I
n i c Constipation.
windows on the north and west board the boat at the landing of j
sides were broken by hail.
Pleasant to take
' W. M. Hamilton, at Fishtrap.
E. L. TOZIER
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notice is hereby given that the bea
ver Slough Drainage District will re
ceive sealed bids for the construction of
a drainage system in said district, in
CooeOounty, Oregon, which willinclude
One ditch 410 feet long, 36 feet wide on
the bottom, at the river bank, being the
outlet of said proposed drainage system. R epairing O f
One ditch 2640 feet long, 24 feet wide
and 3% feet deep.
HARNESS and EXTRAS
and^ff^dtp'66110""' ° fe6t Wid6 e
One ditch 5730 feet long, 20 feet wide
and 3 % feet deep.
One ditch 1968 feet long, 10 feet wide
and 3 % feet deep.
One ditch 7776 feet long, 24 feet wide
and 3 % feet deep.
One ditch 3696 feet long, 10 feet wide
and 3% feet deep.
One ditch 3102 feet long, 6 feet wide
and 3>s feet deep.
One ditch 3826 feet long, 6 feet wide
and 3Va feet deep.
The construction of one dyke on the
upper portion of Beaver Slough 4090
feet long, 4'i> feet high, 2 feet wide on
top and slope of sides 45°.
The construction of one dyke 212 feet
long, across month of slough on upper
portion of J. A. Davenport’ s land, at
river bank, to be 2 feet higher than riv
er bank, 10 feet wide on top and slope
of sides 45°,
The construction of » dyke at the
mouth of China Camp Creek, 30 feet
long, 2 feet higher than river bank at
that place, 10 feet wide on top and slope
of sides 45°,
One tide gate at the mouth of main
The clearing of land and removal of all
stumps necessary for all ditches, dykes
and tide gates.
All ditches to be dug and all dykes
constructed along the lines and at the
places indicated by the plans, map and
survey of said drainage system now on
file in the office of the County Clerk for
Coos County, Oregon.
Bids will be considered for the com
plete system or any portion thereof.
Any and all successful bidders will,
before commencement of work, be re
quired to enter into a written contract
with good and sufficient sureties for the
faithful performance of their contracts.
All bids to be forwarded in sealed en
velopes to J. A. Davenport. Secretary
Beaver Slough Drainage District, Co
quille, Coos County, Oregon, by June
Rights reserved to reject any and all
Dated May 22oml, 1907.
B eaver S lough D rainaue D istrict ,
By J ohn Y oakam , President
J. A. D avenport , Secretary,
Board of Trustees.
L. G. BROWN,
J. C. Watson, of Cunningham,
has several tons of fine grasshay
EYE AND NERVE SPECIALIST
Before purchasing Har
ness elsewhere, get our prices,
When You W ant Good Coal Buy
PEART’ S COAL
at Kerr’s Store
Pittenger & W ard
NORTH BEND, ORB.
The only Compete line of
M ILL and LOGGING
In the County
Eerro Marine Engines
W. C. ROSE, Agent, Coquille, Oregon
Did You Ever Stop to
FOR VISUAL DEFECT
EYE DISEASES, NERVOUS OR
Next visit Coquille about July 15th
The Coquelle Vally Packing Co.
is paying 7J cents for first class beef,
8 cents for dressed pork nnd 12J
cents for chickens live weight.
Buy your Spectacles
Glasses of V.
eye glasses repaird correctly by one
wno knows how.
V. R. WILSON.
W. T. Kerr wants your wool.
Will take all you have from 1 to
20,000 pounds. Give him a call be
fore you contract.
That it pays to buy
the best at the lowest
W e buy the best
that money can buy
and sell on the lowest
Gents' Furnishings a
Come and examine
our Shoe Department
Successor to Z . C. Strang in W . O . W . Building.
Fat, Sleek Stock,
Manufacturers all hinds oj
WHICH P A Y S
Lumber, Mouldings, etc.
W A T K IN S ’ STOCK AND
You can get
chasers, from a pound to a ton,
rom tbeir general agent,
E ugene , O regon
HameSS and Shoes.
represent a distinct step in advance
in marine engina construction. N o
outside water pipes, not an ounce of
superfluous weight, all bearings ad
justable to take up wear.
The Ferro works out the two-cyole
problem in a way that develops a
hitherto unheard of power, efficiency
and reliability under all conditions.
Yet the Ferro engines cost no more
than other kinds.
Just what this Ferro construction
is, you must read our free catalog
Children's sandals at Robinson's.
Shoes that can’t be beaten at to appreciate; or better still, send ten cents for our complete Treatise
on Marine Engines.
1, 2 and 3 cylinders; 1 1-2 to 25 H. P. Write
mmediate D elivery .
A hearty welcome ut Land & L y
ons whether you come to see or buy. The Ferro Machine & Foundry Co.,
it in bulk, in quantities to suit pur.
rill pay cash for timber land
Laxative Fruit Syrup
H. B R E N W A L D , Coquille.
C l e a n s e s the system
thoroughly and clears
sallow complexions of
pimples and blotches.
It Is guaranteed
New line of Clothing, Shirt W aists.
Fine Assortment of Embroderies
and Laces. Dress Patterns of ten
yards each—Biggest Bargains yet.
John Ebert’s Ladies’ Fine Shoes
and Men’s W alkovers.
Coquille Mill and Mercantile Co