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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 7, 1907)
Puffed rice at Drane's.
Frank Barrows Accidentally
Ten Years in Bed.
Fruit jars at J. W. Leneve’a.
For lessons in the art of
Shot and Killed.
New line of ladies’ belts at Rob Kerr's.
At the home of the bride’s par my bed with disease of my kidneys,”
Children's saudals at Robinson's. inson’s.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Lorenz, last writes R. A. Gray, J . P. of Oakville,
Economy fruit jars at O. Wilson Mason jar caps and Rubbers at J. F. Burges was down to town The sad news reached here Fri Thursday
evening, August 1, 1907, Ind. “It was so severejthatl could
day of the accidental shooting of
Shoes that can’t be beaten at Wm. Rohm, of Riverton, was in J. J. Edwards was up from Ban Frank Barrows of Bandon which pressive ceremony which bound in sulted the very best medical skill
had occured the previous afternoon holy wedlock two of Coquille’s most available, but could get no relief
until Foley’s Kidney Cure was rec Lessons given every Tu. s b.y
Nice line of silks just arrived at John Golden, of Marshfield, hsd “Dement’s Best flour is the kind while he and Wm. Button were out popular
to me. It has been a
business in town on Mondsy.
me.” E. J. Slocum. evening in the Hersey Hall over
All summer goods at O. Wi’son ^ W anted , Board in a private Will Oddy is back from bis trip Dairyville. At the time of the ac- Mr. Hartson is the well-known
Land A Lyons store.
oident they bad killed a deer and young man who has ha l charge
A Co’s at cost.
family. Inquire at this office.
Stimulation without Irritation
Best Loggers' shoes on the mar Mr. aud Mrs. Joe Bledsoe have Ira Metcalf, the logger, was up Mr. Button was carrying it while of the Hilmer A Predhoff inter That is the watchword. That is FOH A G E N T S -A N O P P O H T U N IT T
Mr. Barrows was carrying their two
ket at Kerr’s.
from Riverton yesterday.
here, being the manager of what Orino Laxitive Fruit 8yr0p
guns aod in some way while walk ests
Miss Nettie Huntley, of Myrtle gone to California for a visit.
big creamery at this place for dues. Cleanses and stimulates the
Dr. Prentis, the dentist, is now
ing on a log the latter slipped aud the past
without irritation in any
Point, is in town
three years, while the bride bowels
fell with the guns, one of which was is the youngest
form. Sold by E. J. Slocum,
ijon't miss Drane’s Surprise Sale permanently located in Bandon.
Mrs. Jeff Wilson went to Myrtle Swell line of fine lawns in pat discharged, the ball entering his1 nud Mrs. N. Lorenz, for 20 years
last week for a visit with terns at Robinson's. No two alike. left side, causing death in almost an residents of this city, Mr. Lorenz Quick Relief to Asthma Sufferers
Henry Johnson was up from the Point
H. J. Crippen, of the Sentinel, hour. The parties were well back |
Foley’s Hhney nnd Tar affords
lower river on Saturday.
made a flying trip to the bay the in the hills and it required from being the proprietor of the oldest immediate
relief to asthma suffer
“White River” Flour is the best ' and summer goods at cost.
last of the week.
Thursday evening till Saturday
ers in the worst stages and if taken #W“Now ready for Solioitoi s^Be
Robinson has it.
in time will effect a cure. Sold 576 Imperial Octavo Pages: Over 200
Be sure and see that fine Panama morning to get the body to Ban
M.G. Pohl, the occulist is in town. Thomas Andersop and family dress goods at O. Wilson A Co’s, don, as many as 20 men working to Rev. William Horsfall, of Bandon. by E. J. Slocum.
Superb Engravings from photo
went to Myrtle Point for a visit Wm. Gallier, of Bandou, visited prepare a trail and helping to carry in the parlor of the Lorenz home
He goes to Handon next week.
graphs taken by Mr. Bryan
which had been beautifully decora
Buy the Gotzian shoe at O. Wil- Quick makes ironing boards to friends in Coquille a couple of the bpdy out.
his trip arouDd the worl 1
ted for the occasion. The contract
Bon & Co’s.
days last week.
The deceased was well known ing parties stood under the wed F ob S ale C heap —A span of well- and bis visits to all nations. The
H. C.Dorris was up from Prosper
New line of ladies' ties at Robin throughout the entire Coquille ding bell whioh was suspended be broke horses, weighing about 1300 greatest book of travel ever v ritt* n.
people are waiting for it. The
visiting at Arago the first of the north of Sentinel office.
valley, he having followed steam- neath a beautiful arch spanning the pounds each. Will sell one or both. Tbe
agent’s harvest. Outfit FREE—
The People’s Market always
Send fifty cento to cover mailing
O. Wilson A Co. have Oyster boating on the river for the past 24 room nnd made up of Oregon grape, Coquille. Phone 8x Farmers,
keeps fresh vegetables.
“Dement's Best” is the flour
Judge Hall came over Monday chickens need.
Drane sells it,
For first-class watch repairing to j S The Thompson Publishing Co
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bender, of morning to look after matters con Attorney Treadgold, of Bandon, He leaves a wife and eight chil ty-
W. H. Schroeder s.
St. Louis, Mo.
Myrtle Point, were Coquille visitors
returned from a business trip to the dren to mourn his sad untimely
father’s arm, who presented her
The right goods at the right bay on Friday.
taking away, who will greatly miss her
groom, and was accompanied
A beautiful piano ou sale at Bar
Land A Lyons will guarantee the guidance and support of a lov. be the little
Misses Lorenz, Camilla
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Osmundson, every
ker’s Jewelry store.
sack of White Spray flour. ing husband and father, besides
former with a
Give us a trial.
J. H. Sacket who has been under
his mother, a sister, Mrs. L. C. Gib bouquet of blue the
¡the latter one
the weather for some time is able to
B orn . At the City Hospital in son, and three brothers, Sam, Bia
be out again.
Sinclair's hams and bacon at
and Mrs. Tillorthur Sturling, a son. The sorrowing widow aDd children
Watch Drane’s Surprise Sales Land & Lyons’, Second street.
Saturday for Bargains.
Anyone wishing to rent a barn F or S ale . A good double-end have the heart-felt sympathy of the Bengaline silk, trimmed in Irish
The Round Hill strawberry seas should call upon J. B. Sweet, near fish boat, cheap—practically new. entire
point lace. Mrs. J. A. Lamb was
on has closed after having a run north end of Henry street bridge. See T. A. Walker.
Orvil Eodge and a friend, Frank Drane’s phone at new store is 353. maid of honor aDd the bride’s broth,
from May 7th to August 3d
Drane’s Surprise Sales of Satur Putnam,
from the east, started Mon For bargains in shoes, see Drane er Ed was best man, and Mrs. Fred
Robinson has the ‘‘White HoilwC. days for bargains.
shoes for ladies and men.
at his new store.
Wm. Wiuficld, foreman in the
Showers were given them by Mrs.
F or S ale . One three and one- Petaluma incubator factory, at Pet ing.
Mrs. A1 Lillie, of Arago, was in Bert Folsom, Mrs. Fred Slagle and
The \V. H. Mullins Company of Salem, Ohio—widely known as the
half inch Studebnker wagon two aluma, Cal., is in Coos county for Mrs. Barklow of Myrtle Point, town
builders of small boats in the country—install Ferro Engines and
years old $50.00. Apply at this office. an outing.
Before placing their order for the year they made very ex
New waists for spring and sum S. W. P. signifies Sherwin Wil
of highest grade two-cycle engines made; the result w ,s nn
family, returned Monday.
mer at O. W ilson, A Co’s
liams Paints, the most popular on “WANTED. “Oregon Grape Harry Kronenberg visited in and of the most beautiful designs initial order for 500 Ferro Engines—the largest single order ever placed.
Attorney E. C. Roberts was down earth and the best to put on your Root will pAy Sets per lb for same towu a day or so last week.
in silverware, cut glabs and others of If such large engine buyery as the Mullins Co. stake their whole y-ar’s
from Myrtle Point Monday looking bouse.
G oorge T. M odlton . T. H. Mehl A Co. carry Mason most exquisite beauty. These young business on tbe Ferro after looking so carefully into all the engines
after business at the county seat.
people launch out upon the sea of made, certainly you ought to feel that this goes very far to prove that
Robinson's store handles the B. C. Knight, of Myrtle Point, jar rubbers and lids.
Big varieties of patterns to choope Chippewa Loggers shoe in all who has been very ill at the City Caph T. D. White returned from life under the most favorable aus the Ferro Engine has in fact tho superiority we claim for it.
from in Robinsons clothing stock. styles.
Hospital with fever during the past San Francisco by the Elizabeth. pices, and have tbe best wishes and The Ferro Machine & Foundry Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
Walter Drane and Bert Seal came B orn . In Walla Walla, Wash week, is rapidly convalescing.
W . C. R O S E , Agent, Coquille, Oregon
Call on T. H. Mehl A Co. for the hearty congratulations of a large
circlo of friends including the H er
in from a trip to the Eden valle^ ington, July 27, 1907, to Mr. and W anted . George T. Moulton, of Everlasting fruit jars.
country after enjoying an outing Mrs. J. A. Yoakam, Jr., formerly of Coquille, will pay the highest cash Anyone having a light wagon to ald .
rice for chittim bark.
and hunt for several days.
sell or trade for cows or a heavy
this city, a daughter.
If your want a good cup of coffee Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lee, of Riy- Dr. Wetmore, Great Chief of the wagon, should call at the H erald Again tbe children of Toledo
have been the recipients of the gen
try that Amber coffee at Land & erton, started last Monday for their Forest will attend the banquet at office.
of Dr. Wetmore our for
you want something up-to-date erosity
old home in Kansas where Mr. Lee Marshfield tomorrow evening, to be in If a suit
of clothes, Men's Boys’ or
R obinson has a full line of Bus will visit his mother who is now 85 given by Koos Tribe, No. 33.
Robinson has there
The Doctor was sent from Co
ter brown shoes for boys and girla. years of age.
Swell assortment of children’s, youth’s,
Tribe of which he ¡ b Prophet
Miss Nellie Kerrigan is assistant
and men’s spring cloth
Fuller’s prepared paintR, boy’s.youths’
to tbe State Con
postmaster at present while Miss oils W. and P. varnishes
at J. A. Lamb A
at Salem—September 16 to 21, vention of the Improved Order of
Eva Schroeder is visiting her broth Co’s.
Services in the Church of Christ, tion
Red Men at Newport, and was hon
er, Albert and family, of Centralia, Peter Nichols who sold his place next Lord’s day, morning and even inclusive.
there by being appointed Out
on Spurgeon hill Iasi week has pur ing. Subject for 11 a. ra. The Spir oils and varnishes at J. A. Lamb A side Guard- of Grand Council for
For quick sales, list your proper, chased
the home and a plot of one
the ensuing year.
ty with the Pacific Real Estate Co.
H. L. F ord , Pastor. Co’s.
K. S. Taylor of Rosebuag and his near the Academy.
Robinson has just received six visiting his mother at the Tuttle Tbe Doctor after visiting the
grandson, Bert Taylor, of Winches
patterns of the Chippewa Hotel, returning to Oakland, Cal., cemetery aud putting flowers on bis
ter arrived here with Frank Fish's Eugene Robinson, the inveterate logging sUoe.
mother’s grave made calls on bis
stage Monday. They are highly fisherman, returned from the Co Mr. andMrs. S. M. Nosier, Mrs. J. by the last P'ant.
old friends. At 3 o’clock p. m. the
lumbia last week and after a visit in
Give Land A Lyons your order Sunday School children assembled
pleased with th e country.
have your goods delivered at Mrs. Avery’s and marched to the
J. W. Leneve carries the Bradley town with friends, went to the bay
Harlocker are back from a and
Logger shoes. Every pair guaran where he will operate the fishing Chas.
O. W. hall where ice cream was
Gents' Furnishings a
gear of Sheriff Gage this scasod . trip down to Port Orford. They Mrs. J. H. Nosier, of this city, W.
<o all uudtr the management
Roy Stevens, the hay baling man Oall on Land A Lyons for Hiro’s
of Mrs. J. F. Stewart. It is hoped
went to Marshfield last week and Root Beer; you can get it right off some game, fish, clams, etc.
visit, going first to Eugene, then to that the Doctor will come again «ml
got some castings made at the Nel
F or S ale : One bay mnre, 7 ) ears Pendleton, this state, and later to bring his good wife.--Toledo Re
son Iron Works, preparatory to John Tawse, the expert miner, old, well broke. Must go at once. Indiana, where she will visit her porter
putting his baler into operation by who has been doing some prospect Call or aderess this office.
aged mother. She went by way of
gasoliqe power instead of horse work near Lamps for Col. Coach, Mr. William Windle who has Myrtle Point and the Middle Fork
is in town. He is going to the bay been residing ou his son Joseph's stage line.
If you have kidney nnd bladder
O. Wilson A Co. have received and will take a part in the opening place near Beaver Slough the past Nnitrito or Socialist Coffee,” a trouble
and do not use Foley’s Kid
year, departed for England by the fine and refreshing morning drink ney Cure,
their full line of spring and summer up of the old Henryville mine.
you will only have only
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Messer and last Alliance via Portland. He was at Drane’s.
yourself to blame for results, as it
The ball game here Sunday was daughter, Mrs. M. O. Hawkins, are accompanied by his son M. H. Win Rev. H. M. Branham and wife positively cures all forms of kidney
from their extended visit in dle who may return in the spring have returned from their campiDg and bladder diseases. E. J. Slo
another victory for Coquille, the back
boys defeating North Bend by a New Mexico and Missouri.
For Sale, one work horse Bix trip much improved in health, and
Successor to Z. C. Strang in W . O. W . Building.
score of 8 to 2. Marshfield took
regular services will again begin at
Bandon in to the tune of 12 to 6. low Bandon, came up Sunday and Apply to Frank Nelson, Norway. the M. E. Church, South, next Sun
Coquille goes to Marshfield next returned Monday. While in town John Lamont, of near BandoD, day, preaching both morning and
Sunday and Bandon to North Bend. she called at the H erald office to returned last Monday from a trip evening. Prayer meeting Thurs
Ladies! Call and see tlie new take advantage of oar clubbing out through the valley and into day evenings. All are cordially in
TRAIN SCHEDULE NO. 2.
line of belts and lace collass at offer with the Semi-weekly Journal California where he went to visit a vited to attend these services.
and Pacific Monthly.
In Effect January 1, 1907.
brother he had not seen for a long F or S ale . Two nice garden lots
Rey. John Thomas, Baptist min F or R e n t . A nice large front time. He had intended to go back with crop—some fruit—at west end All previous schedule! are void.
in a desirable location. Would east to see a couple of sisters, but of T bridge. Call on J. Snow at Subject to change without notice.
ister, will preach in the Presbyterian room
C. J. Millis, manages; F. A. Laise,
church Sunday, August 11, morn office. two. Call at the H kbald concluded it was too much of an the place.
agent; general offices, Marshfield
ing and evening. A hearty welcome Miss Nellie Fairman of Johnson’s undertaking at this time.
Dr. L. N. Blackledge, who vis Oregon.
I will close out m y entire stock in
for all. Regular monthly business Mill, who has been attending the If you are going out ramping, isted this place from Indiana eight ~~K5Ti.-------
1 Trains “
meeting of Baptist church in same California state normal at San Jose, give Land A Lyons your order. years ago and who located in Cali
building at 2:30 Saturday, the 10th. Cal., arrived home yesterday after They have everything you want in fornia, at Orosi, caroe up by the Except Daily
Th irty Days, beginning July I st.
a. m. Marshfield
When you want, a cold drink, uy an absence of nine months. She the grocery line. *
last Elizabeth accompanied by bis I -cave 9:00
9:30 a. m. B. H. Junction
a bottle of Hiar’s Root bser at Lnnd had been somewhat homesick and 8. S. Norton who caroe up with son L. Brennan Blackledge, who is
9:45 a. m. Coquille
A Lyons’—we keep it on ice.
bia wife from Redding, California, just recovering from an operation Arrive 10:20 a. m. Myrtle Point
Messrs. G. Boak and Sam Jolin- was glad to see old friends again. for a visit with her parents, Mr. and for appendicitis, and they are out
Do your shopping at home. Call Mrs. N. Lorenz, other members of for a trip for bis benefit They sail Except
sou who went into the Salmon phone
Mountain country for an outing deliver your order any tim - during
10:45 a. m. Myrtle Point
on the Breakwater tomorrow for Leave 10:30
a. m. Coquille
to be present at the wedding of M. Portland.
two weeks ago, are back and report the day.
a good time, having gotten a good Oscar Schneider who joined bis J. Hartson and Miss Edna Lorenz
12:30 p, m. Marshfield
Coquelle Vally Packing Co. Arrive
Dumber of deer and greatly enjoyed family who were visiting Mrs. started on his return Saturday. is The
trains will run on daily special
paying 7\ cents for first class beef,
their outing. Mr. Johnson baa a Schneiders parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr Norton is in the clothing busi 8 cents for dressed pork and 12} orders. Trains to and from Beaver Hill
M rs. J. E. Perrott.
beautiful gold nugget which be H. A. Wethey at this place a few ness in Redding, in company with cents for chickens live weight
picked up from the creek bed while days previously, started a week ago C. A. Craddock, a former resident
What a New Jersey Editor Says.
on the trip.
C lean ses the system
for his home, accompanied by his of this city.
T Lynch, Editor of the Phil- j Cures Biliousness, Sick
F or S ale . One matched span of wife and daughters. He has inter
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is lipaburg,
thoroughly and clear«
N. J., Dally Post, writes:
Headache, Sour Stom
mares—roadsters—fast, gentle and ests there which claimed his im m e sold under a positive guarantee to “I have used
many kinds of medl-j ach, Torpid Liver and
sallow complexions of
kind. Also span of work horses, diate attention.
cines for coughs and colds in my ,
weight 1400 lbs. each, true and W anted : A housekeeper for four , digestion. If it fails, the manu family but never anything so good:
Laxative Fruit Syrup PT '" guaranteed
sound. Address Lock Box 192 children going to school in Ra tdt facturers refund your money. What as Foley’s Honey and Tar. I can- (
say too much in praise it. E .*
FOR SALE AT 8LO CUM’S DRUG STO BE,
Box 26, Bandon, Cl I mare can anyone do. E. J. Slocum J. not Slocum.
LOCAL N E W S.
Prof. C. P. Smith
“The Old World
and its W ays
Wil iam Jennings Bryan
The flullins Boat
Did You Ever Stop to
That it pays to buy
the best at the lowest
We buy the best
that money can buy
and sell on the lowest
Come and examine
our Shoe Department
W . T. KERR
CB.R.&E. R- R &
Closing Out Sale
at off and all other goods 6 per
cent discount below cost price.